Greek Dictionary (Lexicon-Concordance)

#G4700 - #G4749

G4700


  #4700 σποδός spodos {spod-os'}

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

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


 1) ashes: placed on sackcloth as a token of grief

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

Of uncertain derivation; ashes:—ashes.

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

 AV - ashes 3; 3
ashes
Matthew 11:21. Luke 10:13. Hebrews 9:13.

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G4701


  #4701 σπορά spora {spor-ah'}

 from G4687; TDNT - 7:536,1065; n f

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


 1) seed

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

From G4687; a sowing, that is, (by implication) parentage:—seed.

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

 AV - seed 1; 1
seed
1 Peter 1:23.

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G4702


  #4702 σπόριμος sporimos {spor'-ee-mos}

 from G4703; TDNT - 7:536,1065; adj

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


 1) fit for sowing, sown
 2) sown fields, growing crops

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

From G4703; sown, that is, (neuter plural) a planted field:—corn (-field).

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

 AV - corn field 2, corn 1; 3
corn
Matthew 12:1.
fields
Mark 2:23. Luke 6:1.

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G4703


  #4703 σπόρος sporos {spor'-os}

 from G4687; TDNT - 7:536,1065; n m

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


 1) a sowing
 2) seed (used in sowing)

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

From G4687; a scattering (of seed), that is, (concretely) seed (as sown):—seed (X sown).

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

 AV - seed 4, seed sown 1; 5
seed
Mark 4:26, 27. Luke 8:5, 11.
sown
2 Corinthians 9:10.

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G4704


  #4704 σπουδάζω spoudazo {spoo-dad'-zo}

 from G4710; TDNT - 7:559,1069; v

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


 1) to hasten, make haste
 2) to exert one's self, endeavour, give diligence

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

From G4710; to use speed, that is, to make effort, be prompt or earnest:—do (give) diligence, be diligent (forward), endeavour, labour, study.

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

 AV - endeavour 3, do diligence 2, be diligent 2, give diligence 1,
      be forward 1, labour 1, study 1; 11
diligence
2 Timothy 4:9, 21. 2 Peter 1:10.
diligent
Titus 3:12. 2 Peter 3:14.
endeavour
2 Peter 1:15.
endeavoured
1 Thessalonians 2:17.
endeavouring
Ephesians 4:3.
forward
Galatians 2:10.
I
Galatians 2:10.
labour
Hebrews 4:11.
study
2 Timothy 2:15.

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G4705


  #4705 σπουδαῖος spoudaios {spoo-dah'-yos}

 from G4710; TDNT - 7:559,1069; adj

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


 1) active, diligent, zealous, earnest
 2) very diligent

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

From G4710; prompt, energetic, earnest:—diligent.

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

 AV - diligent 1; 1
diligent
2 Corinthians 8:22.

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G4706


  #4706 σπουδαιότερον spoudaioteron {spoo-dah-yot'-er-on}

 neuter of G4707 as adverb; TDNT - n/a; adj

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


 1) very diligently

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

Neuter of G4707 as adverb; more earnestly than others), that is, very promptly:—very diligently.

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

 AV - very diligently 1; 1
diligently
2 Timothy 1:17.

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G4707


  #4707 σπουδαιότερος spoudaioteros {spoo-dah-yot'-er-os}

 comparative of G4705; TDNT - n/a; adj

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


 1) active, diligent, zealous, earnest
 2) very diligent

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

Comparative of G4705; more prompt, more earnest:—more diligent (forward).

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

 AV - more forward 1, more diligent 1; 2
diligent
2 Corinthians 8:22.
forward
2 Corinthians 8:17.

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G4708


  #4708 σπουδαιοτέρως spoudaioteros {spoo-dah-yot-er'-oce}

 from G4707; TDNT - n/a; adv

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


 1) hastily, with haste
 2) diligently, earnestly

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

Adverb from G4707; more speedily, that is, sooner than otherwise:—more carefully.

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

 AV - the more carefully 1; 1
carefully
Philippians 2:28.

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G4709


  #4709 σπουδαίως spoudaios {spoo-dah'-yoce}

 from G4705; TDNT - n/a; adv

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


 1) hastily, with haste
 2) diligently
 3) earnestly

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

Adverb from G4705; earnestly, promptly:—diligently, instantly.

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

 AV - instantly 1, diligently 1; 2
diligently
Titus 3:13.
instantly
Luke 7:4.

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G4710


  #4710 σπουδή spoude {spoo-day'}

 from G4692; TDNT - 7:559,1069; n f

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


 1) haste, with haste
 2) earnestness, diligence
    2a) earnestness in accomplishing, promoting, or striving after anything
    2b) to give all diligence, interest one's self most earnestly

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

From G4692; "speed", that is, (by implication) despatch, eagerness, earnestness:—business, (earnest) care (-fulness), diligence forwardness, haste.

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

 AV - diligence 5, haste 2, business 1, care 1, forwardness 1,
      earnest care 1, carefulness 1; 12
business
Romans 12:11.
care
2 Corinthians 7:12; 8:16.
carefulness
2 Corinthians 7:11.
diligence
Romans 12:8. 2 Corinthians 8:7. Hebrews 6:11. 2 Peter 1:5. Jude 1:3.
forwardness
2 Corinthians 8:8.
haste
Mark 6:25. Luke 1:39.

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G4711


  #4711 σπυρίς spuris {spoo-rece'}

 from G4687 (as woven); TDNT - n/a; n f

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


 1) a reed basket, (a plaited basket, a lunch basket, hamper)

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

From G4687 (as woven); a hamper or lunch receptacle:—basket.

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

 AV - basket 5; 5
basket
Acts 9:25.
baskets
Matthew 15:37; 16:10. Mark 8:8, 20.

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G4712


  #4712 στάδιον stadion {stad'-ee-on}

 or masculine (in plural) stadios {stad'-ee-os}, from the base of G2476
    (as fixed); TDNT - n/a; n n

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


 1) a space or distance of about 600 feet (185 m)
 2) a race course
    2a) place in which contests in running were held, the one who
        outstripped the rest and reached the goal first, receiving
        the prize. Courses of this description were found in most of
        the larger Greek cities, and were like that at Olympia,
        600 Greek feet in length

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

From the base of G2476 (as fixed); a stade or certain measure of distance; by implication a stadium or race course:—furlong, race.

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

 AV - furlong 5, race 1; 6
furlongs
Luke 24:13. John 6:19; 11:18. Revelation 14:20; 21:16.
race
1 Corinthians 9:24.

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G4713


  #4713 στάμνος stamnos {stam'-nos}

 from the base of G2476 (as stationary); TDNT - n/a; n f

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


 1) among the Greeks an earthen jar, into which wine was drawn
    off for keeping but also used for other purposes
    1a) of the little jar in which the manna was kept, laid up in the
        ark of the covenant

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

From the base of G2476 (as stationary); a jar or earthen tank:—pot.

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

 AV - pot 1; 1
pot
Hebrews 9:4.

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G4714


  #4714 στάσις stasis {stas'-is}

 from the base of G2476; TDNT - 7:568,1070; n f

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


 1) a standing, station, state
 2) an insurrection
 3) strife, insurrection

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

From the base of G2476; a standing (properly the act), that is, (by analogy) position (existence); by implication a popular uprising; figuratively controversy:—dissension, insurrection, X standing, uproar.

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

 AV - sedition 3, dissension 3, insurrection 1, uproar 1, standing 1; 9
dissension
Acts 15:2; 23:7, 10.
insurrection
Mark 15:7.
sedition
Luke 23:19, 25. Acts 24:5.
standing
Hebrews 9:8.
uproar
Acts 19:40.

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G4715


  #4715 στατήρ stater {stat-air'}

 from the base of G2746; TDNT - n/a; n m

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


 1) a stater, a coin
    1a) in the NT a silver stater equal to four Attic or two
        Alexandrian drachmas, a Jewish shekel

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

From the base of G2746; a stander (standard of value), that is, (specifically) a stater or certain coin:—piece of money.

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

 AV - piece of money 1; 1
money
Matthew 17:27.

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G4716


  #4716 σταυρός stauros {stow-ros'}

 from the base of G2476; TDNT - 7:572,1071; n m

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


 1) an upright stake, esp. a pointed one
 2) a cross
    2a) a well known instrument of most cruel and ignominious
        punishment, borrowed by the Greeks and Romans from the
        Phoenicians; to it were affixed among the Romans, down to the
        time of Constantine the Great, the guiltiest criminals,
        particularly the basest slaves, robbers, the authors and
        abetters of insurrections, and occasionally in the provinces,
        at the arbitrary pleasure of the governors, upright and
        peaceable men also, and even Roman citizens themselves
    2b) the crucifixion which Christ underwent

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

From the base of G2476; a stake or post (as set upright), that is, (specifically) a pole or cross (as an instrument of capital punishment); figuratively exposure to death, that is, self denial; by implication the atonement of Christ:—cross.

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

 AV - cross 28; 28
cross
Matthew 10:38; 16:24; 27:32, 40, 42. Mark 8:34; 10:21; 15:21, 30, 32. Luke 9:23; 14:27; 23:26. John 19:17, 19, 25, 31. 1 Corinthians 1:17, 18. Galatians 5:11; 6:12, 14. Ephesians 2:16. Philippians 2:8; 3:18. Colossians 1:20; 2:14. Hebrews 12:2.

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G4717


  #4717 σταυρόω stauroo {stow-ro'-o}

 from G4716; TDNT - 7:581,1071; v

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


 1) to stake, drive down stakes
 2) to fortify with driven stakes, to palisade
 3) to crucify
    3a) to crucify one
    3b) metaph. to crucify the flesh, destroy its power utterly
        (the nature of the figure implying that the destruction is
        attended with intense pain)

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

From G4716; to impale on the cross; figuratively to extinguish (subdue) passion or selfishness:—crucify.

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

 AV - crucify 46; 46
crucified
Matthew 26:2; 27:22, 23, 26, 35, 38; 28:5. Mark 15:15, 24, 25; 16:6. Luke 23:23, 33; 24:7, 20. John 19:16, 18, 20, 23, 41. Acts 2:36; 4:10. 1 Corinthians 1:13, 23; 2:2, 8. 2 Corinthians 13:4. Galatians 3:1; 5:24; 6:14. Revelation 11:8.
crucify
Matthew 20:19; 23:34; 27:31. Mark 15:13, 14, 20, 27. Luke 23:21, 21. John 19:6, 6, 6, 10, 15, 15.
was
1 Corinthians 1:13.
would
1 Corinthians 2:8.

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G4718


  #4718 σταφυλή staphule {staf-oo-lay'}

 probably from the base of G4735; TDNT - n/a; n f

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


 1) grapes, bunch of grapes

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

Probably from the base of G4735; a cluster of grapes (as if intertwined):—grapes.

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

 AV - grapes 3; 3
grapes
Matthew 7:16. Luke 6:44. Revelation 14:18.

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G4719


  #4719 Στάχυς stachus {stakh'-oos}

 from the base of G2476; TDNT - n/a; n m

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


 1) an ear of corn or of growing grain

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

From the base of G2476; a head of grain (as standing out from the stalk):—ear (of corn).

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

 AV - ear of corn 3, ear 2; 5
corn
Matthew 12:1. Mark 2:23. Luke 6:1.
ear
Mark 4:28, 28.

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G4720


  #4720 Στάχυς Stachus {stakh'-oos}

 the same as G4719; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

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


 Stachys = "a head of grain"
 1) a man with a Greek name, he is said to be one of the seventy
    disciples, and bishop of Byzantium (Gill)

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

The same as G4719; Stachys, a Christian:—Stachys.

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

 AV - Stachys 1; 1
Stachys
Romans 16:9.

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G4721


  #4721 στέγη stege {steg'-ay}

 strengthened from a primary tegos (a "thatch" or "deck" of a
    building); TDNT - n/a; n f

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


 1) a roof: of a house

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

Strengthened from a primary word τέγος [[tegos]] (a "thatch" or "deck" of building); a roof:—roof.

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

 AV - roof 3; 3
roof
Matthew 8:8. Mark 2:4. Luke 7:6.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G4722


  #4722 στέγω stego {steg'-o}

 from G4721; TDNT - 7:585,1073; v

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


 1) deck, thatch, to cover
    1a) to protect or keep by covering, to preserve
 2) to cover over with silence
    2a) to keep secret
    2b) to hide, conceal
        2b1) of the errors and faults of others
 3) by covering to keep off something which threatens, to bear up
    against, hold out against, and so endure, bear, forbear

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

From G4721; to roof over, that is, (figuratively) to cover with silence (endure patiently):—(for-) bear, suffer.

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

 AV - can forbear 2, bear 1, suffer 1; 4
beareth
1 Corinthians 13:7.
could
1 Thessalonians 3:1, 5.
forbear
1 Thessalonians 3:1, 5.
suffer
1 Corinthians 9:12.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G4723


  #4723 στεῖρος steiros {sti'-ros}

 a contraction from G4731 (as stiff and unnatural); TDNT - n/a; adj

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


 1) hard, stiff
    1a) of men and animals
 2) barren
    2a) of woman who does not conceive

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

A contraction from G4731 (as stiff and unnatural); "sterile":—barren.

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

 AV - barren 4; 4
barren
Luke 1:7, 36; 23:29. Galatians 4:27.

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G4724


  #4724 στέλλω stello {stel'-lo}

 probably strengthened from the base of G2476; TDNT - 7:588,1074; v

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


 1) to set, place, set in order, arrange
    1a) to fit out, to prepare, equip
    1b) to prepare one's self, to fit out for one's self
    1c) to fit out for one's own use
    1d) to prepare one's self, to fit out for one's self
    1e) to fit out for one's own use
        1e1) arranging, providing for this, etc.
 2) to bring together, contract, shorten
    2a) to diminish, check, cause to cease
    2b) to cease to exist
    2c) to remove one's self, withdraw one's self, to depart
    2d) to abstain from familiar intercourse with one

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

Probably strengthened from the base of G2476; properly to set fast ("stall"), that is, (figuratively) to repress (reflexively abstain from associating with):—avoid, withdraw self.

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

 AV - avoid 1, withdraw (one's) self 1; 2
avoiding
2 Corinthians 8:20.
withdraw
2 Thessalonians 3:6.

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G4725


  #4725 στέμμα stemma {stem'-mah}

 from the base of G4735; TDNT - n/a; n n

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


 1) a fillet, a garland, put upon victims

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

From the base of G4735; a wreath for show:—garland.

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

 AV - garland 1; 1
garlands
Acts 14:13.

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G4726


  #4726 στεναγμός stenagmos {sten-ag-mos'}

 from G4727; TDNT - 7:600,1076; n m

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


 1) a groaning, a sigh

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

From G4727; a sigh:—groaning.

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

 AV - groaning 2; 2
groaning
Acts 7:34.
groanings
Romans 8:26.

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G4727


  #4727 στενάζω stenazo {sten-ad'-zo}

 from G4728; TDNT - 7:600,1076; v

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


 1) a sigh, to groan

 For Synonyms see entry G5804

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

From G4728; to make (intransitively be) in straits, that is, (by implication) to sigh, murmur, pray inaudibly:—with grief, groan, grudge, sigh.

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

 AV - groan 3, sigh 1, with grief 1, grudge 1; 6
grief
Hebrews 13:17.
groan
Romans 8:23. 2 Corinthians 5:2, 4.
grudge
James 5:9.
sighed
Mark 7:34.

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G4728


  #4728 στενός stenos {sten-os'}

 probably from the base of G2476; TDNT - 7:604,1077; adj

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


 1) narrow, strait

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

Probably from the base of G2476; narrow (from obstacles standing close about):—strait.

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

 AV - strait 3; 3
strait
Matthew 7:13, 14. Luke 13:24.

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G4729


  #4729 στενοχωρέω stenochoreo {sten-okh-o-reh'-o}

 from the same as G4730; TDNT - 7:604,1077; v

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


 1) to be in a narrow place
 2) to straiten, compress, cramp, reduce to straits
    2a) to be sorely straitened in spirit

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

From the same as G4730; to hem in closely, that is, (figuratively) cramp:—distress, straiten.

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

 AV - straiten 2, distress 1; 3
are
2 Corinthians 6:12.
distressed
2 Corinthians 4:8.
straitened
2 Corinthians 6:12, 12.

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G4730


  #4730 στενοχωρία stenochoria {sten-okh-o-ree'-ah}

 from a compound of G4728 and G5561; TDNT - 7:604,1077; n f

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


 1) narrowness of place, a narrow place
 2) metaph. dire calamity, extreme affliction

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

From a compound of G4728 and G5561; narrowness of room, that is, (figuratively) calamity:—anguish, distress.

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

 AV - distress 3, anguish 1; 4
anguish
Romans 2:9.
distress
Romans 8:35.
distresses
2 Corinthians 6:4; 12:10.

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G4731


  #4731 στερεός stereos {ster-eh-os'}

 from G2476; TDNT - 7:609,1077; adj

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


 1) strong, firm, immovable, solid, hard, rigid
    1a) in a bad sense, cruel, stiff, stubborn, hard
    1b) in a good sense, firm, steadfast

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

From G2476; stiff, that is, solid, stable (literally or figuratively):—stedfast, strong, sure.

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

 AV - strong 2, sure 1, stedfast 1; 4
stedfast
1 Peter 5:9.
strong
Hebrews 5:12, 14.
sure
2 Timothy 2:19.

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G4732


  #4732 στερεόω stereoo {ster-eh-o'-o}

 from G4731; TDNT - 7:609,1077; v

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


 1) to make solid, make firm, strengthen, make strong
    1a) of the body of anyone

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

From G4731; to solidify, that is, confirm (literally or figuratively):—establish, receive strength, make strong.

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

 AV - receive strength 1, make strong 1, establish 1; 3
established
Acts 16:5.
made
Acts 3:16.
strength
Acts 3:7.
strong
Acts 3:16.
were
Acts 16:5.

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G4733


  #4733 στερέωμα stereoma {ster-eh'-o-mah}

 from G4732; TDNT - 7:609,1077; n n

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


 1) that which has been made firm
    1a) the firmament, the arch of the sky, which in early times
        was thought to be solid
        1a1) a fortified place
    1b) that which furnishes a foundation
        1b1) on which a thing rests firmly, support
    1c) firmness, steadfastness
        1c1) metaph. in a military sense: solid front

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

From G4732; something established, that is, (abstractly) confirmation (stability):—stedfastness.

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

 AV - stedfastness 1; 1
stedfastness
Colossians 2:5.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G4734


  #4734 Στεφανᾶς Stephanas {stef-an-as'}

 probably contraction for stephanotos (crowned, from G4737); TDNT - n/a; n pr m

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


 Stephanas = "crowned"
 1) a Christian convert of Corinth

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

Probably contraction for στεφανωτός [[stephanotos]] (crowned; from G4737); Stephanas, a Christian:—Stephanas.

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

 AV - Stephanas 4; 4
Stephanas
1 Corinthians 1:16; 16:15, 17, 24.

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G4735


  #4735 Στέφανος stephanos {stef'-an-os}

 from an apparently primary stepho (to twine or wreathe);
    TDNT - 7:615,1078; n m

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


 1) a crown
   1a) a mark of royal or (in general) exalted rank
       1a1) the wreath or garland which was given as a prize to
             victors in public games
   1b) metaph. the eternal blessedness which will be given as a
       prize to the genuine servants of God and Christ: the crown
       (wreath) which is the reward of the righteous
   1c) that which is an ornament and honour to one

 For Synonyms see entry G5833

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

From an apparently primary "stepho" (to twine or wreathe); a chaplet (as a badge of royalty, a prize in the public games or a symbol of honor generally; but more conspicuous and elaborate than the simple fillet, G1238), literally or figuratively:—crown.

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

 AV - crown 18; 18
crown
Matthew 27:29. Mark 15:17. John 19:2, 5. 1 Corinthians 9:25. Philippians 4:1. 1 Thessalonians 2:19. 2 Timothy 4:8. James 1:12. 1 Peter 5:4. Revelation 2:10; 3:11; 6:2; 12:1; 14:14.
crowns
Revelation 4:4, 10; 9:7.

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G4736


  #4736 Στέφανος Stephanos {stef'-an-os}

 the same as G4735; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

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


 Stephen = "crowned"
 1) one of the seven deacons in Jerusalem and the first Christian martyr

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

The same as G4735; Stephanus, a Christian:—Stephen.

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

 AV - Stephen 7; 7
Stephen
Acts 6:5, 8, 9; 7:59; 8:2; 11:19; 22:20.

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G4737


  #4737 στεφανόω stephanoo {stef-an-o'-o}

 from G4735; TDNT - 7:615,1078; v

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


 1) to encircle with a crown, to crown: the victor in a contest
 2) to adorn, to honour

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

From G4735; to adorn with an honorary wreath (literally or figuratively):—crown.

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

 AV - crown 3; 3
crowned
2 Timothy 2:5. Hebrews 2:9.
crownedst
Hebrews 2:7.
he
2 Timothy 2:5.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G4738


  #4738 στῆθος stethos {stay'-thos}

 from G2476 (as standing prominently); TDNT - n/a; n n

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


 1) the breast

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

From G2476 (as standing prominently); the (entire external) bosom, that is, chest:—breast.

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

 AV - breast 5; 5
breast
Luke 18:13. John 13:25; 21:20.
breasts
Luke 23:48. Revelation 15:6.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G4739


  #4739 στήκω steko {stay'-ko}

 from the perfect tense of G2476; TDNT - 7:636,1082; v

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


 1) to stand firm
 2) to persevere, to persist
 3) to keep one's standing

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

From the perfect tense of G2476; to be stationary, that is, (figuratively) to persevere:—stand (fast).

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

 AV - stand fast 6, stand 2; 8
fast
1 Corinthians 16:13. Galatians 5:1. Philippians 1:27; 4:1. 1 Thessalonians 3:8. 2 Thessalonians 2:15.
stand
Mark 11:25.
standeth
Romans 14:4.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G4740


  #4740 στηριγμός sterigmos {stay-rig-mos'}

 from G4741; TDNT - 7:653,1085; n m

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


 1) firm condition, steadfastness: of mind

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

From G4741; stability (figuratively):—stedfastness.

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

 AV - stedfastness 1; 1
stedfastness
2 Peter 3:17.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G4741


  #4741 στηρίζω sterizo {stay-rid'-zo}

 from a presumed derivative of G2476 (like G4731); TDNT - 7:653,1085; v

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


 1) to make stable, place firmly, set fast, fix
 2) to strengthen, make firm
 3) to render constant, confirm, one's mind

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

From a presumed derivative of G2476 (like G4731); to set fast, that is, (literally) to turn resolutely in a certain direction, or (figuratively) to confirm:—fix, (e-) stablish, stedfastly set, strengthen.

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

 AV - stablish 6, establish 3, strengthen 2, fix 1, stedfastly set 1; 13
establish
1 Thessalonians 3:2.
established
Romans 1:11. 2 Peter 1:12.
fixed
Luke 16:26.
is
Luke 16:26.
set
Luke 9:51.
stablish
Romans 16:25. 1 Thessalonians 3:13. 2 Thessalonians 2:17; 3:3. James 5:8. 1 Peter 5:10.
strengthen
Luke 22:32. Revelation 3:2.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G4742


  #4742 στίγμα stigma {stig'-mah}

 from a primary stizo (to "stick", i.e. prick); TDNT - 7:657,1086; n n

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


 1) a mark pricked in or branded upon the body. To ancient oriental
    usage, slaves and soldiers bore the name or the stamp of their
    master or commander branded or pricked (cut) into their bodies to
    indicate what master or general they belonged to, and there were
    even some devotee's who stamped themselves in this way with the
    token of their gods

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

From a primary word στίζω [[stizo]] (to "stick", that is, prick); a mark incised or punched (for recognition of ownership), that is, (figuratively) scar of service:—mark.

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

 AV - mark 1; 1
marks
Galatians 6:17.

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G4743


  #4743 στιγμή stigme {stig-may'}

 from G4742; TDNT - n/a; n f

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


 1) an instant (i.e. a moment) of time

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

Feminine of G4742; a point of time, that is, an instant:—moment.

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

 AV - moment 1; 1
moment
Luke 4:5.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G4744


  #4744 στίλβω stilbo {stil'-bo}

 apparently a primary verb; TDNT - 7:665,1087; v

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


 1) to shine, glisten
    1a) of garments

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

Apparently a primary verb; to gleam, that is, flash intensely:—shining.

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

 AV - shining 1; 1
shining
Mark 9:3.

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G4745


  #4745 στοά stoa {sto-ah'}

 probably from G2476; TDNT - n/a; n f

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


 1) a portico, a covered colonnade where people can stand or walk
    protected from the weather and the heat of the sun
 2) the portico built by Solomon in the eastern part of the temple
    (which in the temple's destruction by the Babylonians was left
    uninjured, and remained down to the time of King Agrippa, to whom
    the care of the temple was entrusted by the emperor Claudius, and
    who on account of its antiquity dare not demolish it and build anew.

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

Probably from G2476; a colonnade or interior piazza:—porch.

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

 AV - porch 4; 4
porch
John 10:23. Acts 3:11; 5:12.
porches
John 5:2.

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G4746


  #4746 στοιβάς stoibas {stoy-bas'}

 from a primary steibo (to "step" or "stamp"); TDNT - n/a; n f

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


 1) branch, leafy limb

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

From a primary word στείβω [[steibo]] (to "step" or "stamp"); a spread (as if tramped flat) of loose materials for a couch, that is, (by implication) a bough of a tree so employed:—branch.

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

 AV - branch 1; 1
branches
Mark 11:8.

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G4747


  #4747 στοιχεῖον stoicheion {stoy-khi'-on}

 from a presumed derivative of the base of G4748; TDNT - 7:670,1087; n n

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


 1) any first thing, from which the others belonging to some series or
    composite whole take their rise, an element, first principal
    1a) the letters of the alphabet as the elements of speech, not
        however the written characters, but the spoken sounds
    1b) the elements from which all things have come, the material
        causes of the universe
    1c) the heavenly bodies, either as parts of the heavens or (as
        others think) because in them the elements of man, life and
        destiny were supposed to reside
    1d) the elements, rudiments, primary and fundamental principles
        of any art, science, or discipline
        1d1) i.e. of mathematics, Euclid's geometry

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

Neuter of a presumed derivative of the base of G4748; something orderly in arrangement, that is, (by implication) a serial (basal, fundamental, initial) constituent (literally), proposition (figuratively):—element, principle, rudiment.

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

 AV - element 4, rudiment 2, principle 1; 7
elements
Galatians 4:3, 9. 2 Peter 3:10, 12.
principles
Hebrews 5:12.
rudiments
Colossians 2:8, 20.

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G4748


  #4748 στοιχέω stoicheo {stoy-kheh'-o}

 from a derivative of steicho (to range in regular line);
    TDNT - 7:666,1087; v

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


 1) to proceed in a row as the march of a soldier, go in order
    1a) metaph. to go on prosperously, to turn out well
 2) to walk
    2a) to direct one's life, to live

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

From a derivative of στείχω [[steicho]] (to range in regular line); to march in (military) rank (keep step), that is, (figuratively) to conform to virtue and piety:—walk (orderly).

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

 AV - walk 4, walk orderly 1; 5
orderly
Acts 21:24.
us
Galatians 5:25.
walk
Romans 4:12. Galatians 5:25; 6:16. Philippians 3:16.

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G4749


  #4749 στολή stole {stol-ay'}

 from G4724; TDNT - 7:687,1088; n f

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


 1) an equipment
 2) an equipment in clothes, clothing
    2a) spec. a loose outer garment for men extending to the feet,
        worn by kings, priests, and persons of rank

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

From G4724; equipment, that is, (specifically) a "stole" or long fitting gown (as a mark of dignity):—long clothing (garment), (long) robe.

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

 AV - robe 5, long clothing 1, long garment 1, them + G0848 1, long robe 1; 9
clothing
Mark 12:38.
garment
Mark 16:5.
robe
Luke 15:22.
robes
Luke 20:46. Revelation 6:11; 7:9, 13, 14.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
them
Revelation 7:14.

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