Greek Dictionary (Lexicon-Concordance)

#G3950 - #G3999

G3950


  #3950 παροργισμός parorgismos {par-org-is-mos'}

 from G3949; TDNT - 5:382,716; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) indignation, wrath, exasperation

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3949; rage:—wrath.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - wrath 1; 1
wrath
Ephesians 4:26.

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G3951


  #3951 παροτρύνω parotruno {par-ot-roo'-no}

 from G3844 and otruno (to spur); TDNT - n/a; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to incite, stir up

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3844 and ὀτρύνω [[otruno]] (to spur); to urge along, that is, stimulate (to hostility):—stir up.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - stir up 1; 1
up
Acts 13:50.

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G3952


  #3952 παρουσία parousia {par-oo-see'-ah}

 from the present participle of G3918; TDNT - 5:858,791; n f

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) presence
 2) the coming, arrival, advent
    2a) the future visible return from heaven of Jesus, to raise
        the dead, hold the last judgment, and set up formally and
        gloriously the kingdom of God

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From the present participle of G3918; a being near, that is, advent (often, return; specifically of Christ to punish Jerusalem, or finally the wicked); (by implication) physical aspect:—coming, presence.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - coming 22, presence 2; 24
coming
Matthew 24:3, 27, 37, 39. 1 Corinthians 15:23; 16:17. 2 Corinthians 7:6, 7. Philippians 1:26. 1 Thessalonians 2:19; 3:13; 4:15; 5:23. 2 Thessalonians 2:1, 8, 9. James 5:7, 8. 2 Peter 1:16; 3:4, 12. 1 John 2:28.
presence
2 Corinthians 10:10. Philippians 2:12.

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G3953


  #3953 παροψίς paropsis {par-op-sis'}

 from G3844 and the base of G3795; TDNT - n/a; n f

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a side dish, a dish of dainties or choice food suited not so
    much to satisfy as to gratify the appetite
    1a) a side accompaniment of the more solid food
 2) the dish itself in which the delicacies are served up

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3844 and the base of G3795; a side dish (the receptacle):—platter.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - platter 2; 2
platter
Matthew 23:25, 26.

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G3954


  #3954 παρρησία parrhesia {par-rhay-see'-ah}

 from G3956 and a derivative of G4483; TDNT - 5:871,794; n f

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) freedom in speaking, unreservedness in speech
    1a) openly, frankly, i.e. without concealment
    1b) without ambiguity or circumlocution
    1c) without the use of figures and comparisons
 2) free and fearless confidence, cheerful courage, boldness, assurance
 3) the deportment by which one becomes conspicuous or secures publicity

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3956 and a derivative of G4483; all out spokenness, that is, frankness, bluntness, publicity; by implication assurance:—bold (X -ly, -ness, -ness of speech), confidence, X freely, X openly, X plainly (-ness).

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - boldness 8, confidence 6, openly 4, plainly 4, openly + G1722 2,
      boldly + G1722 1, misc 6; 31
bold
Philemon 1:8.
boldly
John 7:26.
boldness
Acts 4:13, 29, 31. Ephesians 3:12. Philippians 1:20. 1 Timothy 3:13. Hebrews 10:19. 1 John 4:17.
confidence
Acts 28:31. Hebrews 3:6; 10:35. 1 John 2:28; 3:21; 5:14.
openly
Mark 8:32. John 7:13; 11:54; 18:20.
plainly
John 10:24; 11:14; 16:25, 29.
speech
2 Corinthians 3:12; 7:4.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
boldly
Ephesians 6:19. Hebrews 4:16.
freely
Acts 2:29.
openly
John 7:4. Colossians 2:15.

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G3955


  #3955 παρρησιάζομαι parrhesiazomai {par-hray-see-ad'-zom-ahee}

 middle voice from G3954; TDNT - 5:871,794; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to use freedom in speaking, be free spoken
    1a) to speak freely
 2) to grow confident, have boldness, show assurance, assume a bold
    bearing

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Middle voice from G3954; to be frank in utterance, or confident in spirit and demeanor:—be (wax) bold, (preach, speak) boldly.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - speak boldly 4, preach boldly 1, be bold 1, wax bold 1, boldly 1,
      freely 1; 9
bold
Acts 13:46. 1 Thessalonians 2:2.
boldly
Acts 9:27, 29; 14:3; 18:26; 19:8. Ephesians 6:20.
freely
Acts 26:26.

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G3956


  #3956 πᾶς pas {pas}

 including all the forms of declension; TDNT - 5:886,795; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) individually
    1a) each, every, any, all, the whole, everyone, all things,
       everything
 2) collectively
    2a) some of all types

 ++++
 ... "the whole world has gone after him" Did all the world go after
 Christ? "then went all Judea, and were baptized of him in Jordan."
 Was all Judea, or all Jerusalem, baptized in Jordan? "Ye are of God,
 little children", and the whole world lieth in the wicked one". Does
 the whole world there mean everybody? The words "world" and "all" are
 used in some seven or eight senses in Scripture, and it is very
 rarely the "all" means all persons, taken individually. The words are
 generally used to signify that Christ has redeemed some of all sorts
 -- some Jews, some Gentiles, some rich, some poor, and has not
 restricted His redemption to either Jew or Gentile ...
         C.H. Spurgeon from a sermon on Particular Redemption

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Including all the forms of declension; apparently a primary word; all, any, every, the whole:—all (manner of, means) alway (-s), any (one), X daily, + ever, every (one, way), as many as, + no (-thing), X throughly, whatsoever, whole, whosoever.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - all 748, all things 170, every 117, all men 41, whosoever 31,
      everyone 28, whole 12, all manner of 11, every man 11,
      no + G3756 9, every thing 7, any 7, whatsoever 6,
      whosoever + G3739 + G0302 3, always + G1223 3, daily + G2250 2,
      any thing 2, no + G3361 2, not tr. 7, misc 26; 1243
all
Matthew 1:17; 2:3, 4, 16, 16; 3:5, 5, 15; 4:8, 9, 23, 23, 24; 5:15, 18; 6:29, 32, 33; 8:16; 9:35; 10:22, 30; 11:13, 28; 12:15, 23; 13:32, 34, 44, 46, 51, 56, 56; 14:20, 35; 15:37; 18:25, 26, 29, 31, 32, 34; 19:11, 20, 27; 21:10, 26; 22:10, 27, 28; 23:3, 5, 8, 27, 35, 36; 24:2, 6, 9, 14, 30, 33, 34, 47; 25:5, 7, 31, 32; 26:1, 27, 31, 33, 35, 56, 70; 27:1, 22, 25, 45; 28:18, 19. Mark 1:5, 5, 27, 32, 37; 2:12, 12, 13; 3:28; 4:13, 31, 32; 5:12, 20, 26, 33; 6:33, 39, 41, 42, 50; 7:3, 14, 19, 23; 9:15, 35, 35; 10:20, 28, 44; 11:17, 18; 12:22, 28, 29, 33, 43, 44, 44; 13:4, 10, 13, 30, 37; 14:23, 29, 31, 50, 53, 64. Luke 1:6, 48, 63, 65, 65, 66, 71, 75; 2:1, 3, 10, 18, 19, 31, 38, 47, 51; 3:3, 6, 19, 20; 4:5, 7, 13, 15, 22, 25, 40; 5:9; 6:10, 17, 19, 26; 7:1, 17, 18, 29, 35; 8:40, 45, 47, 52, 54; 9:1, 7, 13, 17, 23, 43, 48; 10:19; 11:50; 12:7, 18, 27, 30, 31, 41, 44; 13:2, 3, 4, 5, 17, 17, 17, 27, 28; 14:18, 29, 33; 15:1, 14, 31; 16:14, 26; 17:10; 18:12, 21, 22, 28, 43; 19:37; 20:6, 32, 38, 45; 21:3, 15, 17, 24, 29, 32, 35, 36, 38; 22:70; 23:48, 49; 24:9, 9, 14, 19, 21, 25, 27, 27, 47. John 1:7, 16; 2:15, 24; 3:26, 31, 31; 4:39; 5:22, 23, 28; 6:37, 39, 45; 7:21; 8:2; 10:8, 29; 11:48; 12:32; 13:10, 11, 18, 35; 15:21; 16:13; 17:2, 10, 21; 18:40. Acts 1:1, 8, 14, 18, 19, 21, 24; 2:7, 7, 12, 17, 32, 36, 39, 44, 45; 3:9, 11, 16, 18, 21, 24, 25; 4:10, 10, 21, 24, 29, 33; 5:5, 20, 21, 23, 34, 36, 37; 7:10, 14, 22, 50; 8:1, 10, 27, 40; 9:14, 21, 26, 32, 35, 39, 40; 10:2, 33, 36, 38, 41, 43, 44; 11:14, 23; 12:11; 13:10, 10, 10, 22, 24, 39; 14:16; 15:3, 12, 17, 17, 18; 16:26, 32, 33; 17:7, 11, 21, 25, 26, 26, 30, 31; 18:2, 17, 23; 19:7, 10, 17, 17, 19, 26; 20:18, 19, 25, 26, 27, 28, 32, 36, 37; 21:5, 18, 20, 21, 24, 27, 28; 22:3, 5, 12, 15; 23:1; 24:3, 5, 8; 25:24, 24; 26:3, 4, 14, 20, 29; 27:20, 24, 35, 36, 37, 44; 28:30, 31. Romans 1:5, 7, 8, 18, 29; 3:9, 12, 19, 22, 22, 23; 4:11, 16, 16; 5:12, 12, 18, 18; 8:32, 37; 9:5, 7, 17; 10:12, 12, 16, 18; 11:26, 32, 32; 12:4, 17, 18; 13:7; 14:10; 15:11, 13, 14, 33; 16:4, 15, 19, 24, 26. 1 Corinthians 1:2, 5, 5, 10; 3:22; 7:7, 17; 8:1; 9:19, 19, 22; 10:1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 11, 17, 31, 33, 33; 12:6, 6, 11, 12, 13, 13, 19, 26, 26, 30, 30, 30; 13:2, 2, 2, 3; 14:5, 18, 23, 24, 24, 24, 31, 31, 31, 33; 15:7, 8, 10, 19, 22, 22, 24, 24, 25, 28, 28, 39, 51; 16:14, 20, 24. 2 Corinthians 1:1, 3, 4; 2:3, 3, 5; 3:2, 18; 5:10, 14, 14, 15; 6:4; 7:1, 4, 11, 13, 15, 16; 8:7, 18; 9:8, 8, 8, 11, 13; 10:6; 11:9, 28; 12:12; 13:2, 13, 14. Galatians 1:2; 2:14; 3:8, 22, 26, 28; 4:1, 26; 5:14; 6:6, 10. Ephesians 1:3, 8, 15, 21, 22, 22, 23, 23; 2:3, 21; 3:8, 9, 18, 19, 20, 21; 4:2, 6, 6, 6, 6, 10, 13, 19, 31, 31; 5:3, 9; 6:16, 16, 18, 18, 18, 24. Philippians 1:1, 4, 7, 7, 8, 9, 13, 20, 25; 2:17, 21, 26, 29; 4:5, 7, 18, 19, 22, 23. Colossians 1:4, 6, 9, 10, 11, 11, 18, 19, 28; 2:2, 3, 9, 10, 13, 19, 22; 3:11, 11, 14, 16, 17; 4:7, 12. 1 Thessalonians 1:2, 7; 2:15; 3:7, 9, 12, 13; 4:6, 10; 5:5, 14, 15, 22, 26, 27. 2 Thessalonians 1:3, 4, 10, 11; 2:4, 9, 10, 12; 3:2, 16, 16, 18. 1 Timothy 1:15, 16; 2:1, 1, 2, 2, 4, 6, 11; 3:4; 4:9, 10, 15; 5:2, 20; 6:1, 10. 2 Timothy 1:15; 2:24; 3:9, 11, 12, 16, 17; 4:2, 16, 17, 21. Titus 2:9, 10, 11, 14, 15; 3:2, 2, 15, 15. Philemon 1:5. Hebrews 1:6, 11, 14; 2:8, 11, 15; 3:16; 4:4; 5:9; 6:16; 7:2, 7; 8:11; 9:19, 19, 21; 11:13, 39; 12:8, 14, 23; 13:4, 24, 24, 25. James 1:2, 5, 8, 21; 2:10; 4:16. 1 Peter 1:15, 24, 24; 2:1, 1, 1, 17, 18; 3:8; 5:5, 7, 10, 14. 2 Peter 1:5; 3:9, 11, 16. 1 John 1:7, 9; 2:16, 19; 5:17. 2 John 1:1. 3 John 1:12. Jude 1:3, 15, 15, 15, 15. Revelation 1:7; 2:23; 5:6, 13; 7:4, 9, 11, 17; 8:3, 7; 11:6; 12:5; 13:7, 8, 12, 16; 14:8; 15:4; 18:3, 12, 17, 19, 23, 24; 19:17, 18, 21; 21:4, 8; 22:21.
any
Matthew 13:19; 18:19. 2 Corinthians 1:4. Hebrews 4:12. Revelation 7:1, 16; 9:4, 4.
as
Acts 5:11.
every
Matthew 3:10; 4:4; 7:17, 19; 9:35, 35; 12:25, 25, 36; 13:47, 52; 15:13; 18:16; 19:3, 29. Mark 9:49; 16:15. Luke 2:23; 3:5, 5, 9; 4:4, 37; 5:17; 10:1; 11:17. John 2:10; 15:2, 2. Acts 2:5, 43; 3:23; 10:35; 13:27; 15:36; 18:4; 26:11. Romans 2:9; 3:4, 19; 13:1; 14:5, 11, 11. 1 Corinthians 1:2; 4:17; 6:18; 11:3, 4, 5; 15:30. 2 Corinthians 2:14; 4:2; 8:7; 9:8; 10:5, 5; 13:1. Galatians 5:3. Ephesians 1:21; 4:14, 16. Philippians 1:3, 4, 18; 2:9, 10, 11; 4:21. Colossians 1:10, 15, 23, 28, 28, 28. 1 Thessalonians 1:8. 2 Thessalonians 2:17; 3:6, 17. 1 Timothy 4:4; 5:10. 2 Timothy 2:21; 4:18. Titus 1:16; 3:1. Philemon 1:6. Hebrews 2:2; 3:4; 5:1; 8:3; 9:19; 10:11; 12:1, 6; 13:21. James 1:17, 17, 19; 3:7, 16. 1 Peter 2:13. 1 John 4:1, 2, 3. Revelation 1:7; 5:9, 13; 6:14, 15, 15; 14:6; 16:3, 20; 18:2, 2, 17.
man
Luke 6:30; 16:16. John 6:45. Romans 2:10; 12:3. 1 Corinthians 8:7; 9:25. Hebrews 2:9. 1 Peter 3:15. 1 John 3:3. Revelation 22:18.
manner
Matthew 5:11; 10:1, 1. Luke 11:42. Acts 10:12. Revelation 18:12, 12.
men
Luke 3:15.
no
Matthew 24:22.
nothing
Acts 11:8.
of
Matthew 12:31. Romans 7:8. Revelation 21:19.
one
Matthew 7:8, 21, 26; 25:29. Mark 7:14; 9:49. Luke 6:40; 9:43; 11:4, 10; 18:14; 19:26. John 3:8, 20; 6:40; 18:37. Acts 28:2. Romans 1:16; 10:4. 1 Corinthians 16:16. Galatians 3:10, 13. 2 Timothy 2:19. Hebrews 5:13. 1 John 2:29; 4:7; 5:1.
one's
Acts 16:26.
points
Hebrews 4:15.
side
2 Corinthians 4:8; 7:5.
them
Matthew 21:12. Luke 4:20. Acts 4:16. 2 Timothy 4:8.
these
Colossians 3:8.
they
Matthew 26:52. Luke 4:28. Acts 5:17.
thing
Matthew 8:33. Mark 7:18. Acts 10:14. 1 Corinthians 1:5. 2 Corinthians 9:11. Ephesians 5:24. Philippians 4:6. 1 Thessalonians 5:18. Revelation 21:27.
things
Matthew 7:12; 11:27; 13:41, 51; 17:11; 19:26; 21:22; 22:4; 23:20; 28:20. Mark 4:11, 34; 6:30; 7:37; 9:12, 23; 10:27; 11:11, 24; 13:23; 14:36. Luke 1:3; 2:20; 9:43; 10:22; 11:41; 14:17; 18:31; 21:22; 24:44. John 1:3; 3:35; 4:25, 29, 45; 5:20; 10:41; 13:3; 14:26, 26; 15:15; 16:15, 30; 17:7; 18:4; 19:28; 21:17. Acts 3:21, 22; 10:33, 39; 13:39; 14:15; 17:22, 24, 25; 20:35; 22:10; 24:14; 26:2. Romans 8:28, 32; 11:36; 14:2, 20. 1 Corinthians 2:10, 15; 3:21; 4:13; 6:12, 12, 12; 8:6, 6; 9:12, 22; 10:23, 23, 23, 23; 11:2, 12; 13:7, 7, 7, 7; 14:26, 40; 15:27, 27, 27, 28, 28; 16:14. 2 Corinthians 2:9; 4:15; 5:17, 18; 6:10; 7:14; 11:6; 12:19. Galatians 3:10. Ephesians 1:10, 11; 3:9; 4:10, 15; 5:13, 20; 6:21. Philippians 2:14; 3:8, 8, 21; 4:12, 13. Colossians 1:16, 16, 17, 17, 20; 3:20, 22; 4:9. 1 Thessalonians 5:21. 1 Timothy 3:11; 4:8; 6:13, 17. 2 Timothy 2:7, 10; 4:5. Titus 1:15; 2:7, 10. Hebrews 1:2, 3; 2:8, 8, 10, 10, 17; 3:4; 4:13; 8:5; 9:22; 13:18. James 5:12. 1 Peter 4:7, 8, 11. 2 Peter 1:3; 3:4. 1 John 2:20, 27; 3:20. 3 John 1:2. Revelation 4:11; 18:14; 21:5, 7.
whatsoever
Matthew 15:17. 1 Corinthians 10:25, 27. Ephesians 5:13. 1 John 5:4. Revelation 18:22.
whole
Matthew 8:32, 34; 13:2. Mark 4:1. Luke 1:10; 6:19; 21:35. Acts 6:5; 13:44. Romans 8:22. Ephesians 3:15; 4:16.
whosoever
Matthew 5:22, 28. Luke 6:47; 14:11, 33; 16:18, 18; 20:18. John 3:15, 16; 4:13; 8:34; 11:26; 12:46; 16:2; 19:12. Acts 10:43. Romans 2:1; 9:33; 10:11. 1 John 2:23; 3:4, 6, 6, 9, 10, 15; 5:1, 18. 2 John 1:9. Revelation 22:15.
ye
Mark 14:27. Romans 15:11. Revelation 19:5.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
all
Matthew 24:8. Luke 4:36. Acts 19:34. Romans 9:6. 1 Corinthians 9:24; 12:29, 29, 29, 29; 15:51.
alway
Matthew 28:20.
always
Matthew 18:10. Luke 21:36. Acts 2:25. Ephesians 6:18. 2 Thessalonians 3:16.
as
John 17:2.
daily
Acts 5:42; 17:17.
ever
Jude 1:25.
every
Acts 15:21. Romans 3:2. 1 Timothy 2:8.
for
Romans 10:13.
man
John 1:9.
more
Revelation 22:3.
no
Mark 13:20. Romans 3:20. 1 Corinthians 1:29. Galatians 2:16. Ephesians 4:29; 5:5. Hebrews 12:11. 2 Peter 1:20. 1 John 2:21; 3:15. Revelation 18:22.
nothing
Luke 1:37.
things
1 Corinthians 9:25.
throughly
2 Corinthians 11:6.
whatsoever
Romans 14:23. Colossians 3:17, 23.
where
Philippians 4:12.
whomsoever
Luke 12:48.
whosoever
Matthew 7:24; 10:32. Luke 12:8, 10. Acts 2:21.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3957


  #3957 πάσχα pascha {pas'-khah}

 of Aramaic origin, cf H6453; TDNT - 5:896,797; n n

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) the paschal sacrifice (which was accustomed to be offered for
    the people's deliverance of old from Egypt)
 2) the paschal lamb, i.e. the lamb the Israelites were accustomed to
    slay and eat on the fourteenth day of the month of Nisan (the
    first month of their year) in memory of the day on which their
    fathers, preparing to depart from Egypt, were bidden by God to
    slay and eat a lamb, and to sprinkle their door posts with its
    blood, that the destroying angel, seeing the blood, might pass
    over their dwellings; Christ crucified is likened to the slain
    paschal lamb
 3) the paschal supper
 4) the paschal feast, the feast of the Passover, extending from the
    14th to the 20th day of the month Nisan

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Chaldee origin (compare [H6453]); the Passover (the meal, the day, the festival or the special sacrifices connected with it):—Easter, Passover.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Passover 28, Easter 1; 29
Easter
Acts 12:4.
passover
Matthew 26:2, 17, 18, 19. Mark 14:1, 12, 12, 14, 16. Luke 2:41; 22:1, 7, 8, 11, 13, 15. John 2:13, 23; 6:4; 11:55, 55; 12:1; 13:1; 18:28, 39; 19:14. 1 Corinthians 5:7. Hebrews 11:28.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3958


  #3958 πάσχω pascho {pas'-kho}
     including the forms (πάθω patho {path'-o}
     and πένθω pentho {pen'-tho}), used only in certain tenses for it

 apparently a root word; TDNT - 5:904,798; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to be affected or have been affected, to feel, have a
    sensible experience, to undergo
    1a) in a good sense, to be well off, in good case
    1b) in a bad sense, to suffer sadly, be in a bad plight
        1b1) of a sick person

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Apparently a primary verb (the third form used only in certain tenses for it); to experience a sensation or impression (usually painful):—feel, passion, suffer, vex.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - suffer 39, be vexed 1, passion + G3588 1, feel 1; 42
felt
Acts 28:5.
he
Hebrews 2:18.
I
2 Timothy 1:12.
let
1 Peter 4:15.
passion
Acts 1:3.
suffer
Matthew 16:21; 17:12. Mark 8:31; 9:12. Luke 9:22; 17:25; 22:15; 24:46. Acts 3:18; 9:16. 1 Corinthians 12:26. 2 Corinthians 1:6. Philippians 1:29. 2 Thessalonians 1:5. 2 Timothy 1:12. 1 Peter 2:20; 3:14, 17; 4:15, 19. Revelation 2:10.
suffered
Matthew 27:19. Mark 5:26. Luke 13:2; 24:26. Acts 17:3. Galatians 3:4. 1 Thessalonians 2:14. Hebrews 2:18; 5:8; 9:26; 13:12. 1 Peter 2:21, 23; 3:18; 4:1, 1; 5:10.
suffering
1 Peter 2:19.
vexed
Matthew 17:15.
ye
2 Thessalonians 1:5.

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G3959


  #3959 Πάταρα Patara {pat'-ar-ah}

 probably of foreign origin; TDNT - n/a; n pr loc

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Patara = "scattering, cursing"
 1) a maritime city of Lycia, celebrated for its oracle of Apollo

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Probably of foreign origin; Patara, a place in Asia Minor:—Patara.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Patara 1; 1
Patara
Acts 21:1.

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G3960


  #3960 πατάσσω patasso {pat-as'-so}

 probably prolongation from G3817; TDNT - 5:939,804; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to strike gently: as a part or a member of the body
 2) to stroke, smite: with the sword, to afflict, to visit with
    evils, etc. as with a deadly disease
 3) to smite down, cut down, to kill, slay

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Probably a prolongation from G3817; to knock (gently or with a weapon or fatally):—smite, strike. Compare G5180.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - smite 9, strike 1; 10
smite
Matthew 26:31. Mark 14:27. Luke 22:49. Revelation 11:6; 19:15.
smote
Luke 22:50. Acts 7:24; 12:7, 23.
struck
Matthew 26:51.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3961


  #3961 πατέω pateo {pat-eh'-o}

 from a derivative probably of G3817 (meaning a "path"); TDNT - 5:940,804; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to tread
    1a) to trample, crush with the feet
    1b) to advance by setting foot upon, tread upon: to encounter
        successfully the greatest perils from the machinations and
        persecutions with which Satan would fain thwart the
        preaching of the gospel
    1c) to tread under foot, trample on, i.e. to treat with insult
        and contempt: to desecrate the holy city by devastation and
        outrage

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From a derivative probably of G3817 (meaning a "path"); to trample (literally or figuratively):—tread (down, under foot).

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - tread 3, tread down 1, tread under feet 1; 5
down
Luke 21:24.
foot
Revelation 11:2.
tread
Luke 10:19.
treadeth
Revelation 19:15.
trodden
Revelation 14:20.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3962


  #3962 πατήρ pater {pat-ayr'}

 apparently a root word; TDNT - 5:945,805; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) generator or male ancestor
    1a) either the nearest ancestor: father of the corporeal
        nature, natural fathers, both parents
    1b) a more remote ancestor, the founder of a race or tribe,
        progenitor of a people, forefather: so Abraham is called,
        Jacob and David
        1b1) fathers i.e. ancestors, forefathers, founders of a race
    1c) one advanced in years, a senior
 2) metaph.
    2a) the originator and transmitter of anything
        2a1) the authors of a family or society of persons animated by
             the same spirit as himself
        2a2) one who has infused his own spirit into others, who
             actuates and governs their minds
    2b) one who stands in a father's place and looks after another
        in a paternal way
    2c) a title of honour
        2c1) teachers, as those to whom pupils trace back the knowledge
             and training they have received
        2c2) the members of the Sanhedrin, whose prerogative it was by
             virtue of the wisdom and experience in which they excelled,
             to take charge of the interests of others
 3) God is called the Father
    3a) of the stars, the heavenly luminaries, because he is their
        creator, upholder, ruler
    3b) of all rational and intelligent beings, whether angels or
        men, because he is their creator, preserver, guardian and
        protector
        3b1) of spiritual beings and of all men
    3c) of Christians, as those who through Christ have been
        exalted to a specially close and intimate relationship with
        God, and who no longer dread him as a stern judge of
        sinners, but revere him as their reconciled and loving Father
     3d) the Father of Jesus Christ, as one whom God has united to
         himself in the closest bond of love and intimacy, made
         acquainted with his purposes, appointed to explain and carry
         out among men the plan of salvation, and made to share also
         in his own divine nature
         3d1) by Jesus Christ himself
         3d2) by the apostles

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Apparently a primary word; a "father" (literally or figuratively, near or more remote):—father, parent.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Father 268, father 150; 419
business
Luke 2:49.
father
Matthew 2:22; 3:9; 4:21, 22; 5:16, 45, 48; 6:1, 4, 6, 6, 8, 9, 14, 15, 18, 18, 26, 32; 7:11, 21; 8:21; 10:20, 21, 29, 32, 33, 35, 37; 11:25, 26, 27, 27, 27; 12:50; 13:43; 15:4, 4, 5, 6, 13; 16:17, 27; 18:10, 14, 19, 35; 19:5, 19, 29; 20:23; 21:31; 23:9, 9; 24:36; 25:34; 26:39, 42, 53; 28:19. Mark 1:20; 5:40; 7:10, 10, 11, 12; 8:38; 9:21, 24; 10:7, 19, 29; 11:10, 25, 26; 13:12, 32; 14:36; 15:21. Luke 1:32, 59, 62, 67, 73; 2:48; 3:8; 6:36; 8:51; 9:42, 59; 10:21, 21, 22, 22, 22; 11:2; 12:30, 53, 53; 14:26; 15:12, 12, 18, 18, 20, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29; 16:24, 27, 30; 18:20; 22:29, 42; 23:34, 46; 24:49. John 1:14, 18; 3:35; 4:12, 21, 23, 23, 53; 5:17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 23, 26, 30, 36, 36, 37, 45; 6:27, 32, 37, 42, 44, 45, 46, 46, 57, 57, 65; 8:16, 18, 19, 19, 19, 27, 28, 29, 38, 38, 39, 41, 41, 42, 44, 44, 44, 49, 53, 54, 56; 10:15, 15, 17, 18, 29, 30, 32, 36, 37, 38; 11:41; 12:26, 27, 28, 49, 50; 13:1, 3; 14:6, 7, 8, 9, 9, 10, 10, 10, 11, 11, 12, 13, 16, 20, 21, 23, 26, 28, 28, 31, 31; 15:1, 8, 9, 15, 16, 23, 24, 26, 26; 16:3, 10, 15, 16, 17, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 28, 32; 17:1, 5, 11, 21, 24, 25; 18:11; 20:17, 17, 17, 21. Acts 1:4, 7; 2:33; 7:2, 4, 14; 16:1, 3; 28:8. Romans 1:7; 4:1, 11, 12, 12, 16, 17, 18; 6:4; 8:15; 9:10; 15:6. 1 Corinthians 1:3; 8:6; 15:24. 2 Corinthians 1:2, 3, 3; 6:18; 11:31. Galatians 1:1, 3, 4; 4:2, 6. Ephesians 1:2, 3, 17; 2:18; 3:14; 4:6; 5:20, 31; 6:2, 23. Philippians 1:2; 2:11, 22; 4:20. Colossians 1:2, 3, 12; 2:2; 3:17. 1 Thessalonians 1:1, 1, 3; 2:11; 3:11, 13. 2 Thessalonians 1:1, 2; 2:16. 1 Timothy 1:2; 5:1. 2 Timothy 1:2. Titus 1:4. Philemon 1:3. Hebrews 1:5; 7:10; 12:7, 9. James 1:17, 27; 2:21; 3:9. 1 Peter 1:2, 3, 17. 2 Peter 1:17. 1 John 1:2, 3; 2:1, 13, 15, 16, 22, 23, 23, 24; 3:1; 4:14; 5:7. 2 John 1:3, 3, 4, 9. Jude 1:1. Revelation 1:6; 2:27; 3:5, 21.
fathers
Matthew 23:30, 32. Luke 1:17, 55, 72; 6:23, 26; 11:47, 48. John 4:20; 6:31, 49, 58; 7:22. Acts 3:13, 25; 5:30; 7:2, 11, 12, 15, 19, 32, 38, 39, 44, 45, 45, 51, 52; 13:17, 32, 36; 15:10; 22:1, 14; 26:6; 28:25. Romans 9:5; 15:8. 1 Corinthians 4:15; 10:1. Ephesians 6:4. Colossians 3:21. Hebrews 1:1; 3:9; 8:9; 12:9. 2 Peter 3:4. 1 John 2:13, 14.
father's
Matthew 26:29. Luke 9:26; 12:32; 15:17; 16:27. John 2:16; 5:43; 6:39; 10:25, 29; 14:2, 24; 15:10. Acts 7:20. 1 Corinthians 5:1. Revelation 14:1.
fathers'
Romans 11:28.
parents
Hebrews 11:23.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
father
Luke 11:11, 13.
fathers
Acts 3:22.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3963


  #3963 Πάτμος Patmos {pat'-mos}

 of uncertain derivation; TDNT - n/a; n pr loc

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Patmos = "my killing"
 1) a rugged and bare island in the Aegean Sea

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of uncertain derivation; Patmus, an islet in the Mediterranean:—Patmos.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Patmos 1; 1
Patmos
Revelation 1:9.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3964


  #3964 πατραλῴας patraloas {pat-ral-o'-as}

 from G3962 and the same as the latter part of G3389; TDNT - n/a; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a patricide

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3962 and the same as the latter part of G3389; a parricide:—murderer of fathers.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - murder of a father 1; 1
fathers
1 Timothy 1:9.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3965


  #3965 πατριά patria {pat-ree-ah'}

 a derivative of G3962; TDNT - 5:1015,805; n f

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) lineage running back to some progenitor, ancestry
 2) a race or tribe
    2a) a group of families, all those who in a given people lay claim
        to a common origin
    2b) the Israelites which distributed into twelve tribes, descended
        from the twelve sons of Jacob, these were divided into families
        which were divided into houses
 3) family, in a wider sense, nation, people

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

As if feminine of a derivative of G3962; paternal descent, that is, (concretely) a group of families or a whole race (nation):—family, kindred, lineage.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - lineage 1, kindred 1, family 1; 3
family
Ephesians 3:15.
kindreds
Acts 3:25.
lineage
Luke 2:4.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3966


  #3966 πατριάρχης patriarches {pat-ree-arkh'-ace}

 from G3965 and G0757; TDNT - n/a; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) patriarch, founder of a tribe, progenitor
    1a) of the twelve sons of Jacob, founders of the tribes of Israel
    1b) of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3965 and G0757; a progenitor ("patriarch"):—patriarch.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - patriarch 4; 4
patriarch
Acts 2:29. Hebrews 7:4.
patriarchs
Acts 7:8, 9.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3967


  #3967 πατρικός patrikos {pat-ree-kos'}

 from G3962; TDNT - 5:1021,805; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) paternal, ancestral, handed down by or received from one's fathers

 For Synonyms see entry G5869

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3962; paternal, that is, ancestral:—of fathers.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - of (one's) fathers 1; 1
fathers
Galatians 1:14.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3968


  #3968 πατρίς patris {pat-rece'}

 from G3902; TDNT - n/a; n f

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) one's native country
    1a) one's fatherland, one's own country, a fixed abode or home
    1b) one's own native place i.e. a city

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3962; a father land, that is, native town; (figuratively) heavenly home:—(own) country.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - (one's) own country 5, country 3; 8
country
Matthew 13:54, 57. Mark 6:1, 4. Luke 4:23, 24. John 4:44. Hebrews 11:14.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3969


  #3969 Πατροβᾶς Patrobas {pat-rob'-as}

 perhaps countr. for Patrobios (a compound of G3962 and G0979); TDNT - n/a; n pr m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Patrobas = "paternal"
 1) a certain Christian in Rome

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Perhaps a contraction for "patrobios" (a compound of G3962 and G0979); father's life; Patrobas, a Christian:—Patrobas.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Patrobas 1; 1
Patrobas
Romans 16:14.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3970


  #3970 πατροπαράδοτος patroparadotos {pat-rop-ar-ad'-ot-os}

 from G3962 and a derivative of G3860 (in the sense of handing over
    or down); TDNT - n/a; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) handed down from one's father's or ancestors

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3962 and a derivative of G3860 (in the sense of handing over or down); traditionary:—received by tradition from fathers.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - received by tradition from (one's) fathers 1; 1
fathers
1 Peter 1:18.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3971


  #3971 πατρῷος patroos {pat-ro'-os}

 from G3962; TDNT - 5:1014,*; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) descending from father to son or from ancestors to their posterity
    as it were by right of inheritance
 2) received from the fathers

 For Synonyms see entry G5869

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3962; paternal, that is, hereditary:—of fathers.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - of (one's) fathers 2, of the fathers 1; 3
fathers
Acts 22:3; 24:14; 28:17.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3972


  #3972 Παῦλος Paulos {pow'-los}

 of Latin origin; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Paul or Paulus = "small or little"
 1) Paul was the most famous of the apostles and wrote a good part
    of the NT, the 14 Pauline epistles
 2) Paulus was a deputy or pro-consul of Cyprus and is said to be
    a prudent man, in the management of affairs, as a governor

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of Latin origin; (little; but remotely from a derivative of G3973, meaning the same); Paulus, the name of a Roman and of an apostle:—Paul, Paulus.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Paul 163, Paulus (the deputy) 1; 164
Paul
Acts 13:9, 13, 16, 43, 45, 46, 50; 14:9, 11, 12, 14, 19; 15:2, 2, 12, 22, 25, 35, 36, 38, 40; 16:3, 9, 14, 17, 18, 19, 25, 28, 29, 37; 17:2, 4, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 22, 33; 18:1, 5, 9, 12, 14, 18; 19:1, 4, 6, 11, 13, 15, 21, 26, 30; 20:1, 7, 9, 10, 13, 16; 21:4, 13, 18, 26, 29, 30, 32, 37, 39, 40; 22:25, 28, 30; 23:1, 3, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 17, 18, 20, 24, 31, 33; 24:1, 10, 23, 24, 26, 27; 25:2, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 19, 21, 23; 26:1, 1, 24, 28, 29; 27:1, 3, 9, 11, 21, 24, 31, 33, 43; 28:3, 8, 15, 16, 17, 25, 30. Romans 1:1. 1 Corinthians 1:1, 12, 13, 13; 3:4, 5, 22; 16:21. 2 Corinthians 1:1; 10:1. Galatians 1:1; 5:2. Ephesians 1:1; 3:1. Philippians 1:1. Colossians 1:1, 23; 4:18. 1 Thessalonians 1:1; 2:18. 2 Thessalonians 1:1; 3:17. 1 Timothy 1:1. 2 Timothy 1:1; 4:22. Titus 1:1. Philemon 1:1, 9, 19. 2 Peter 3:15.
Paul's
Acts 19:29; 20:37; 21:8, 11; 23:16; 25:14.
Paulus
Acts 13:7.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
Paul
Acts 16:36.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3973


  #3973 παύω pauo {pow'-o}

 a root verb ("pause"); TDNT - n/a; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to make to cease or desist
 2) to restrain a thing or person from something
 3) to cease, to leave off
 4) have got release from sin
    4a) no longer stirred by its incitements and seductions

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

A primn. verb ("pause"); to stop (transitive or intransitive), that is, restrain, quit, desist, come to an end:—cease, leave, refrain.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - cease 12, leave 2, refrain 1; 15
cease
Acts 13:10. 1 Corinthians 13:8. Ephesians 1:16. Colossians 1:9.
ceased
Luke 8:24; 11:1. Acts 5:42; 20:1, 31. Hebrews 10:2. 1 Peter 4:1.
ceaseth
Acts 6:13.
do
Colossians 1:9.
left
Luke 5:4. Acts 21:32.
refrain
1 Peter 3:10.
thou
Acts 13:10.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3974


  #3974 Πάφος Paphos {paf'-os}

 of uncertain derivation; TDNT - n/a; n pr loc

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 Paphos = "boiling or hot"
 1) a maritime city on the west end of Cyprus, with a harbour. It was
    the residence of a Roman proconsul. "Old Paphos" was noted for the
    worship and shrine of Venus (Aphrodite) and lay some 7 miles (10 km)
    to the south-east of it.

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of uncertain derivative; Paphus, a place in Cyprus:—Paphos.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - Paphos 2; 2
Paphos
Acts 13:6, 13.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3975


  #3975 παχύνω pachuno {pakh-oo'-no}

 from a derivative of G4078 (meaning thick); TDNT - 5:1022,816; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to make thick, to make fat, fatten
 2) metaph. to make stupid (to render the soul dull or callous)

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From a derivative of G4078 (meaning thick); to thicken, that is, (by implication) to fatten (figuratively stupefy or render callous):—wax gross.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - wax gross 2; 2
gross
Matthew 13:15. Acts 28:27.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3976


  #3976 πέδη pede {ped'-ay}

 ultimately from G4228; TDNT - n/a; n f

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a fetter, shackle for the feet

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Ultimately from G4228; a shackle for the feet:—fetter.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - fetter 3; 3
fetters
Mark 5:4, 4. Luke 8:29.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3977


  #3977 πεδινός pedinos {ped-ee-nos'}

 from a derivative of G4228 (meaning the ground); TDNT - n/a; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) level, plain

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From a derivative of G4228 (meaning the ground); level (as easy for the feet):—plain.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - plain + G5117 1; 1
The following translates multiple Greek words:
plain
Luke 6:17.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3978


  #3978 πεζεύω pezeuo {ped-zyoo'-o}

 from the same as G3979; TDNT - n/a; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to travel on foot (not on horseback or in carriage), or (if
    opp. to going by sea) by land

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From the same as G3979; to foot a journey, that is, travel by land:—go afoot.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - go afoot 1; 1
afoot
Acts 20:13.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3979


  #3979 πεζῇ peze {ped-zay'}

 dative case feminine of a derivative of G4228 (as adv); TDNT - n/a; adv

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) on foot (as opposed to riding)
 2) by land (as opposed to going by sea)

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Dative feminine of a derivative of G4228 (as adverb); foot wise, that is, by walking:—a- (on) foot.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - on foot 1, afoot 1; 2
afoot
Mark 6:33.
foot
Matthew 14:13.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3980


  #3980 πειθαρχέω peitharcheo {pi-tharkh-eh'-o}

 from a compound of G3982 and G0757; TDNT - 6:9,818; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to obey (a ruler or a superior)

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From a compound of G3982 and G0757; to be persuaded by a ruler, that is, (generally) to submit to authority; by analogy to conform to advice:—hearken, obey (magistrates).

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - obey 2, hearken unto 1, obey a magistrate 1; 4
hearkened
Acts 27:21.
magistrates
Titus 3:1.
obey
Acts 5:29, 32.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3981


  #3981 πειθός peithos {pi-thos'}
     or πειθώ peitho {pi-tho'}

 from G3982; TDNT - 6:8,818; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) persuasive

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3982; persuasive:—enticing.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - enticing 1; 1
enticing
1 Corinthians 2:4.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3982


  #3982 πείθω peitho {pi'-tho}

 a primary verb; TDNT - 6:1,818; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) persuade
    1a) to persuade, i.e. to induce one by words to believe
    1b) to make friends of, to win one's favour, gain one's good
        will, or to seek to win one, strive to please one
    1c) to tranquillise
    1d) to persuade unto i.e. move or induce one to persuasion to
        do something
 2) be persuaded
    2a) to be persuaded, to suffer one's self to be persuaded; to
        be induced to believe: to have faith: in a thing
        2a1) to believe
        2a2) to be persuaded of a thing concerning a person
    2b) to listen to, obey, yield to, comply with
 3) to trust, have confidence, be confident

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

A primary verb; to convince (by argument, true or false); by analogy to pacify or conciliate (by other fair means); reflexively or passively to assent (to evidence or authority), to rely (by inward certainty):—agree, assure, believe, have confidence, be (wax) content, make friend, obey, persuade, trust, yield.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - persuade 22, trust 8, obey 7, have confidence 6, believe 3,
      be confident 2, misc 7; 55
agreed
Acts 5:40.
assure
1 John 3:19.
believed
Acts 17:4; 27:11; 28:24.
confidence
2 Corinthians 2:3. Galatians 5:10. Philippians 1:25; 3:3. 2 Thessalonians 3:4. Philemon 1:21.
confident
Romans 2:19. Philippians 1:6, 14.
do
Acts 23:21.
friend
Acts 12:20.
have
Philippians 3:3.
I
Galatians 1:10.
made
Acts 12:20.
obey
Romans 2:8. Galatians 3:1; 5:7. Hebrews 13:17. James 3:3.
obeyed
Acts 5:36, 37.
of
Hebrews 11:13.
persuade
Matthew 28:14. 2 Corinthians 5:11. Galatians 1:10.
persuaded
Matthew 27:20. Luke 16:31; 20:6. Acts 13:43; 14:19; 18:4; 19:26; 21:14; 26:26. Romans 8:38; 14:14; 15:14. 2 Timothy 1:5, 12. Hebrews 6:9.
persuadest
Acts 26:28.
persuading
Acts 19:8; 28:23.
should
Galatians 3:1; 5:7.
trust
Mark 10:24. 2 Corinthians 1:9; 10:7. Philippians 2:24; 3:4. Hebrews 2:13; 13:18.
trusted
Matthew 27:43. Luke 11:22; 18:9.
would
Acts 21:14.
yield
Acts 23:21.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
should
2 Corinthians 1:9.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3983


  #3983 πεινάω peinao {pi-nah'-o}

 from the same as G3993 (through the idea of pinching toil; "pine");
    TDNT - 6:12,820; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to hunger, be hungry
    1a) to suffer want
    1b) to be needy
 2) metaph. to crave ardently, to seek with eager desire

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From the same as G3993 (through the idea of pinching toil; "pine"); to famish (absolutely or comparatively); figuratively to crave:—be an hungered.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - hunger 10, be an hungred 9, be hungry 3, hungry 1; 23
hunger
Matthew 5:6. Luke 6:21, 25. John 6:35. Romans 12:20. 1 Corinthians 4:11; 11:34. Revelation 7:16.
hungered
Matthew 21:18. Luke 4:2.
hungred
Matthew 4:2; 12:1, 3; 25:35, 37, 42, 44. Mark 2:25. Luke 6:3.
hungry
Mark 11:12. Luke 1:53. 1 Corinthians 11:21. Philippians 4:12.
we
1 Corinthians 4:11.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3984


  #3984 πεῖρα peira {pi'-rah}

 from the base of G4008 (through the idea of piercing); TDNT - 6:23,822; n f

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) a trial, experience, attempt
 2) to attempt a thing, to make trial of a thing or of a person
 3) to have a trial of a thing
 4) to experience, learn to know by experience

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From the base of G4008 (through the idea of piercing); a test, that is, attempt, experience:—assaying, trial.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - assay + G2983 1, trial 1; 2
assaying
Hebrews 11:29.
trial
Hebrews 11:36.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3985


  #3985 πειράζω peirazo {pi-rad'-zo}

 from G3984; TDNT - 6:23,822; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to try whether a thing can be done
    1a) to attempt, endeavour
 2) to try, make trial of, test: for the purpose of ascertaining
    his quantity, or what he thinks, or how he will behave himself
    2a) in a good sense
    2b) in a bad sense, to test one maliciously, craftily to put
        to the proof his feelings or judgments
    2c) to try or test one's faith, virtue, character, by
        enticement to sin
        2c1) to solicit to sin, to tempt
             1c1a) of the temptations of the devil
    2d) after the OT usage
        2d1) of God: to inflict evils upon one in order to prove his
             character and the steadfastness of his faith
        2d2) men are said to tempt God by exhibitions of distrust,
             as though they wished to try whether he is not justly
             distrusted
        2d3) by impious or wicked conduct to test God's justice and
             patience, and to challenge him, as it were to give proof
             of his perfections.

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3984; to test (objectively), that is, endeavor, scrutinize, entice, discipline:—assay, examine, go about, prove, tempt (-er), try.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - tempt 29, try 4, tempter 2, prove 1, assay 1, examine 1,
      go about 1; 39
about
Acts 24:6.
assayed
Acts 16:7.
being
Luke 4:2.
examine
2 Corinthians 13:5.
prove
John 6:6.
tempt
Acts 5:9. 1 Corinthians 7:5.
tempted
Matthew 4:1. Mark 1:13. Luke 4:2. 1 Corinthians 10:9, 13. Galatians 6:1. 1 Thessalonians 3:5. Hebrews 2:18, 18; 3:9; 11:37. James 1:13, 14.
tempter
Matthew 4:3. 1 Thessalonians 3:5.
tempteth
James 1:13.
tempting
Matthew 16:1; 19:3; 22:35. Mark 8:11; 10:2. Luke 11:16. John 8:6.
tried
Hebrews 11:17. Revelation 2:2, 10.
try
Revelation 3:10.
was
Hebrews 4:15.
ye
Matthew 22:18. Mark 12:15. Luke 20:23. Acts 15:10.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
he
James 1:13.
tempted
Hebrews 4:15. James 1:13.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3986


  #3986 πειρασμός peirasmos {pi-ras-mos'}

 from G3985; TDNT - 6:23,822; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) an experiment, attempt, trial, proving
    1a) trial, proving: the trial made of you by my bodily
        condition, since condition served as to test the love of the
        Galatians toward Paul (Gal. 4:14)
    1b) the trial of man's fidelity, integrity, virtue, constancy
        1b1) an enticement to sin, temptation, whether arising from
             the desires or from the outward circumstances
        1b2) an internal temptation to sin
             1b2a) of the temptation by which the devil sought to divert
                   Jesus the Messiah from his divine errand
        1b3) of the condition of things, or a mental state, by which we
             are enticed to sin, or to a lapse from the faith and
             holiness
        1b4) adversity, affliction, trouble: sent by God and serving to
             test or prove one's character, faith, holiness
     1c) temptation (i.e. trial) of God by men
         1c1) rebellion against God, by which his power and justice
              are, as it were, put to the proof and challenged to show
              themselves

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3985; a putting to proof (by experiment [of good], experience [of evil], solicitation, discipline or provocation); by implication adversity:—temptation, X try.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - temptation 19, temptations 1, try 1; 21
temptation
Matthew 6:13; 26:41. Mark 14:38. Luke 4:13; 8:13; 11:4; 22:40, 46. 1 Corinthians 10:13, 13. Galatians 4:14. 1 Timothy 6:9. Hebrews 3:8. James 1:12. Revelation 3:10.
temptations
Luke 22:28. Acts 20:19. James 1:2. 1 Peter 1:6. 2 Peter 2:9.
try
1 Peter 4:12.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3987


  #3987 πειράω peirao {pi-rah'-o}

 from G3984; TDNT - 6:23,822; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to make a trial of, to attempt
    1a) taught by trial, experienced
 2) to test, to make trial of one, put him to proof
    2a) his mind, sentiments, temper
    2b) in particular, to attempt to induce one to commit some
        (esp. carnal) crime
    2c) tempted to sin

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3984; to test (subjectively), that is, (reflexively) to attempt:—assay.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - assay 1, go about 1, vr tempted 1; 3
about
Acts 26:21.
assayed
Acts 9:26.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
tempted
Hebrews 4:15.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3988


  #3988 πεισμονή peismone {pice-mon-ay'}

 from a presumed derivative of G3982; TDNT - 6:9,818; n f

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) persuasion
 2) treacherous or deceptive persuasion

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From a presumed derivative of G3982; persuadableness, that is, credulity:—persuasion.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - persuasion 1; 1
persuasion
Galatians 5:8.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3989


  #3989 πέλαγος pelagos {pel'-ag-os}

 of uncertain affinity; TDNT - n/a; n n

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) the sea
 2) the high sea, the deep (where ships sail)

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of uncertain affinity; deep or open sea, that is, the main:—depth, sea.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - depth 1, sea 1; 2
depth
Matthew 18:6.
sea
Acts 27:5.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3990


  #3990 πελεκίζω pelekizo {pel-ek-id'-zo}

 from a derivative of G4141 (meaning an axe); TDNT - n/a; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to cut off with an axe, to behead

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From a derivative of G4141 (meaning an axe); to chop off (the head), that is, truncate:—behead.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - behead 1; 1
beheaded
Revelation 20:4.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3991


  #3991 πέμπτος pemptos {pemp'-tos}

 from G4002; TDNT - n/a; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) fifth

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G4002; fifth:—fifth.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - fifth 4; 4
fifth
Revelation 6:9; 9:1; 16:10; 21:20.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3992


  #3992 πέμπω pempo {pem'-po}

 apparently a root word; TDNT - 1:398,67; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to send
    1a) to bid a thing to be carried to one
    1b) to send (thrust or insert) a thing into another

 For Synonyms see entry G5813

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Apparently a primary verb; to dispatch (from the subjective view or point of departure, whereas ἵημι [[hiemi]] [as a stronger form of εἶμι [[eimi]] ] refers rather to the objective point or terminus ad quem, and G4724 denotes properly the orderly motion involved), especially on a temporary errand; also to transmit, bestow, or wield:—send, thrust in.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - send 77, thrust in 2, again send 2; 81
forth
Matthew 22:7.
in
Revelation 14:15, 18.
send
Mark 5:12. Luke 16:24, 27; 20:13. John 13:20; 14:26; 15:26; 16:7; 20:21. Acts 10:5, 32; 11:29; 15:22, 25; 25:21, 25, 27. 1 Corinthians 16:3. Philippians 2:19, 23, 25. 2 Thessalonians 2:11. Titus 3:12. Revelation 1:11; 11:10.
sending
Romans 8:3.
sent
Matthew 2:8; 11:2; 14:10. Luke 4:26; 7:6, 10, 19; 15:15; 20:11, 12. John 1:22, 33; 4:34; 5:23, 24, 30, 37; 6:38, 39, 40, 44; 7:16, 18, 28, 33; 8:16, 18, 26, 29; 9:4; 12:44, 45, 49; 13:16, 20; 14:24; 15:21; 16:5. Acts 10:33; 19:31; 20:17; 23:30. 1 Corinthians 4:17. 2 Corinthians 9:3. Ephesians 6:22. Philippians 2:28; 4:16. Colossians 4:8. 1 Thessalonians 3:2, 5. 1 Peter 2:14. Revelation 22:16.
was
Luke 4:26.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3993


  #3993 πένης penes {pen'-ace}

 from a primary peno (to toil for daily subsistence); TDNT - 6:37,824; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) poor

 For Synonyms see entry G5870

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From a primary "peno" (to toil for daily subsistence); starving, that is, indigent:—poor. Compare G4434.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - poor 1; 1
poor
2 Corinthians 9:9.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3994


  #3994 πενθερά penthera {pen-ther-ah'}

 from G3995; TDNT - n/a; n f

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) mother-in-law, a wife's mother

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Feminine of G3995; a wife's mother:—mother in law, wife's mother.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - mother in law 3, wife's mother 3; 6
law
Matthew 10:35. Luke 12:53, 53.
mother
Matthew 8:14. Mark 1:30. Luke 4:38.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3995


  #3995 πενθερός pentheros {pen-ther-os'}

 of uncertain affinity; TDNT - n/a; n m

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) father-in-law, a wife's father

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Of uncertain affinity; a wife's father:—father in law.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - father in law 1; 1
law
John 18:13.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3996


  #3996 πενθέω pentheo {pen-theh'-o}

 from G3997; TDNT - 6:40,825; v

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) to mourn
 2) to mourn for, lament one

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

From G3997; to grieve (the feeling or the act):—mourn, (be-) wail.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - mourn 7, wail 2, bewail 1; 10
bewail
2 Corinthians 12:21.
have
1 Corinthians 5:2.
mourn
Matthew 5:4; 9:15. Luke 6:25. James 4:9. Revelation 18:11.
mourned
Mark 16:10. 1 Corinthians 5:2.
wailing
Revelation 18:15, 19.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3997


  #3997 πένθος penthos {pen'-thos}

 strengthened from the alternate of G3958; TDNT - 6:40,825; n n

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) mourning

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Strengthened from the alternate of G3958; grief:—mourning, sorrow.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - sorrow 3, mourning 2; 5
mourning
James 4:9. Revelation 18:8.
sorrow
Revelation 18:7, 7; 21:4.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3998


  #3998 πενιχρός penichros {pen-ikh-ros'}

 prolongation from the base of G3993; TDNT - 6:40,824; adj

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) needy, poor

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Prolonged from the base of G3993; necessitous:—poor.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - poor 1; 1
poor
Luke 21:2.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G3999


  #3999 πεντάκις pentakis {pen-tak-ece'}

 multiplicative adverb from G4002; TDNT - n/a; adv

—Greek Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)


 1) five times

—Thayer's (New Testament Greek-English Lexicon)

Multiplicative adverb from G4002; five times:—five times.

—Strong's (Greek Dictionary of the New Testament)

 AV - five times 1; 1
times
2 Corinthians 11:24.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


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