Greek Dictionary (Lexicon-Concordance)

#G5400 - #G5449

G5400


  #5400 φόβητρον phobetron {fob'-ay-tron}

 from a derivative of G5399; TDNT - n/a; n n

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


 1) that which strikes terror, a terror, (cause of) fright

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

Neuter of a derivative of G5399; a frightening thing, that is, terrific portent:—fearful sight.

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

 AV - fearful sight 1; 1
sights
Luke 21:11.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5401


  #5401 φόβος phobos {fob'-os}

 from a primary phebomai (to be put in fear); TDNT - 9:189,1272; n m

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


 1) fear, dread, terror
    1a) that which strikes terror
 2) reverence for one's husband

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

From a primary φέβομαι [[phebomai]] (to be put in fear); alarm or fright:—be afraid, + exceedingly, fear, terror.

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

 AV - fear 41, terror 3, misc 3; 47
fear
Matthew 14:26; 28:4, 8. Luke 1:12, 65; 5:26; 7:16; 8:37; 21:26. John 7:13; 19:38; 20:19. Acts 2:43; 5:5, 11; 9:31; 19:17. Romans 3:18; 8:15; 13:7, 7. 1 Corinthians 2:3. 2 Corinthians 7:1, 11, 15. Ephesians 5:21; 6:5. Philippians 2:12. 1 Timothy 5:20. Hebrews 2:15. 1 Peter 1:17; 2:18; 3:2, 15. 1 John 4:18, 18, 18. Jude 1:23. Revelation 11:11; 18:10, 15.
fears
2 Corinthians 7:5.
terror
Romans 13:3. 2 Corinthians 5:11. 1 Peter 3:14.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
afraid
Luke 2:9.
exceedingly
Mark 4:41.

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G5402


  #5402 Φοίβη Phoibe {foy'-bay}

 from phoibos (bright, probably akin to the base of G5457); TDNT - n/a; n pr f

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


 Phoebe = "radiant"
 1) a deaconess of the church at Cenchrea, near Corinth

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

Feminine of Φοῖβος [[phoibos]] (bright; probably akin to the base of G5457); Phaebe, a Christian woman:—Phebe.

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

 AV - Phebe 2; 2
Phebe
Romans 16:1, 27.

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G5403


  #5403 Φοινίκη Phoinike {foy-nee'-kay}

 from G5404; TDNT - n/a; n pr loc

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


 Phenicia = "land of palm trees"
 1) a territory of the province of Syria, situated on the coast of the
    Mediterranean between the river Eleutherus and the promontory of
    Carmel, some 30 miles (50 km) long and 3 (5 km) broad

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

From G5404; palm country; Phaenice (or Phaenicia), a region of Palestine:—Phenice, Phenicia.

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

 AV - Phenice 2, Phenicia 1; 3
Phenice
Acts 11:19; 15:3.
Phenicia
Acts 21:2.

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G5404


  #5404 φοῖνιξ phoinix {foy'-nix}

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

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


 1) a palm tree, date palm

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

Of uncertain derivation; a palm tree:—palm (tree).

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

 AV - palm tree 1, palm 1; 2
palms
Revelation 7:9.
trees
John 12:13.

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G5405


  #5405 Φοῖνιξ Phoinix {foy'-nix}

 probably the same as G5404; TDNT - n/a; n pr loc

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


 Phenice = "palm tree"
 1) the name of a haven in Crete on the south coast

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

Probably the same as G5404; Phaenix, a place in Crete:—Phenice.

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

 AV - Phenice 1; 1
Phenice
Acts 27:12.

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G5406


  #5406 φονεύς phoneus {fon-yooce'}

 from G5408; TDNT - n/a; n m

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


 1) a murderer, a homicide

 For Synonyms see entry G5811

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

From G5408; a murderer (always of criminal [or at least intentional] homicide; which G0443 does not necessarily imply; while G4607 is a special term for a public bandit):—murderer.

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

 AV - murderer 7; 7
murderer
Acts 28:4. 1 Peter 4:15.
murderers
Matthew 22:7. Acts 7:52. Revelation 21:8; 22:15.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
murderer
Acts 3:14.

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G5407


  #5407 φονεύω phoneuo {fon-yoo'-o}

 from G5406; TDNT - n/a; v

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


 1) to kill, slay, murder
 2) to commit murder

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

From G5406; to be a murderer (of):—kill, do murder, slay.

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

 AV - kill 10, do murder 1, slay 1; 12
do
Matthew 19:18. Mark 10:19. Luke 18:20. James 2:11.
kill
Matthew 5:21, 21. Mark 10:19. Luke 18:20. Romans 13:9. James 2:11, 11; 4:2.
killed
Matthew 23:31. James 5:6.
murder
Matthew 19:18.
shalt
Matthew 5:21. Romans 13:9.
slew
Matthew 23:35.

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G5408


  #5408 φόνος phonos {fon'-os}

 from an obsolete primary pheno (to murder); TDNT - n/a; n m

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


 1) murder, slaughter

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

From an obsolete primary φένω [[pheno]] (to slay); murder:—murder, + be slain with, slaughter.

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

 AV - murder 8, slaughter 1, be slain + G0599 1; 10
murder
Mark 15:7. Luke 23:19, 25. Romans 1:29.
murders
Matthew 15:19. Mark 7:21. Galatians 5:21. Revelation 9:21.
slaughter
Acts 9:1.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
sword
Hebrews 11:37.

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G5409


  #5409 φορέω phoreo {for-eh'-o}

 from G5411; TDNT - 9:83,1252; v

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


 1) to bear constantly, wear
    1a) of clothing, garments, armour

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

From G5411; to have a burden, that is, (by analogy) to wear as clothing or a constant accompaniment:—bear, wear.

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

 AV - bear 3, wear 3; 6
bear
1 Corinthians 15:49.
beareth
Romans 13:4.
borne
1 Corinthians 15:49.
shall
1 Corinthians 15:49.
wear
Matthew 11:8.
weareth
James 2:3.
wearing
John 19:5.

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G5410


  #5410 Φόρον Phoron {for'-on}

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

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


 1) Appius Forum, a town in Italy, 43 Roman miles (70 km) from Rome on
    the Appian Way

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

Of Latin origin; a forum or market place; only in compounds with G0675; a station on the Appian road:—forum.

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

 AV - Forum 1; 1
forum
Acts 28:15.

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G5411


  #5411 φόρος phoros {for'-os}

 from G5342; TDNT - 9:78,1252; n m

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


 1) tribute, esp. the annual tax levied upon houses, lands, and persons

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

From G5342; a load (as borne), that is, (figuratively) a tax (properly an individual assessment on persons or property; whereas G5056 is usually a general toll on goods or travel):—tribute.

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

 AV - tribute 5; 5
tribute
Luke 20:22; 23:2. Romans 13:6, 7, 7.

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G5412


  #5412 φορτίζω phortizo {for-tid'-zo}

 from G5414; TDNT - 9:86,1252; v

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


 1) to place a burden upon, to load
 2) metaph. to load one with a burden (of rites and unwarranted precepts)

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

From G5414; to load up (properly as a vessel or animal), that is, (figuratively) to overburden with ceremony (or spiritual anxiety):—lade, be heavy laden.

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

 AV - be heavy laden 1, lade 1; 2
lade
Luke 11:46.
laden
Matthew 11:28.

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G5413


  #5413 φορτίον phortion {for-tee'-on}

 diminutive of G5414; TDNT - 9:84,1252; n n

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


 1) a burden, load
    1a) of the freight or lading of a ship
 2) metaph.
    2a) of burdensome rites
    2b) of the obligations Christ lays upon his followers, and styles
        a "burden" by way of the contrast to the precepts of the
        Pharisees, the observance of which was most oppressive
    2c) faults of the conscience which oppress the soul

 For Synonyms see entry G5819

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

Diminutive of G5414; an invoice (as part of freight), that is, (figuratively) a task or service:—burden.

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

 AV - burden 5; 5
burden
Matthew 11:30. Galatians 6:5.
burdens
Matthew 23:4. Luke 11:46, 46.

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G5414


  #5414 φόρτος phortos {for'-tos}

 from G5342; TDNT - n/a; n m

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


 1) a load, burden
    1a) of a ship

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

From G5342; something carried, that is, the cargo of a ship:—lading.

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

 AV - lading 1; 1
lading
Acts 27:10.

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G5415


  #5415 Φορτουνᾶτος Phortounatos {for-too-nat'-os}

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

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


 Fortunatus = "well freighted"
 1) a Christian of Corinth

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

Of Latin origin; "fortunate"; Fortunatus, a Christian:—Fortunatus.

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

 AV - Fortunatus 2; 2
Fortunatus
1 Corinthians 16:17, 24.

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G5416


  #5416 φραγέλλιον phragellion {frag-el'-le-on}

 from a derivative from the base of G5417; TDNT - n/a; n n

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


 1) a scourge or whip

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

Neuter of a derivative from the base of G5417; a whip, that is, Roman lash as a public punishment:—scourge.

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

 AV - scourge 1; 1
scourge
John 2:15.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5417


  #5417 φραγελλόω phragelloo {frag-el-lo'-o}

 from a presumed equivalent of the Latin flagellum; TDNT - n/a; v

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


 1) to scourge

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

From a presumed equivalent of the Latin flagellum; to whip, that is, lash as a public punishment:—scourge.

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

 AV - scourge 2; 2
scourged
Matthew 27:26. Mark 15:15.

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G5418


  #5418 φραγμός phragmos {frag-mos'}

 from G5420; TDNT - n/a; n m

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


 1) a hedge, a fence
 2) that which separates, prevents two from coming together

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

From G5420; a fence, or inclosing barrier (literally or figuratively):—hedge (+ round about), partition.

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

 AV - hedge 2, hedge around about + G4060 1, partition 1; 4
about
Mark 12:1.
hedged
Matthew 21:33.
hedges
Luke 14:23.
partition
Ephesians 2:14.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5419


  #5419 φράζω phrazo {frad'-zo}

 probably akin to G5420 through the idea of defining; TDNT - n/a; v

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


 1) to indicate plainly, make known, declare, whether by gesture
    or by writing or speaking, or in some other ways
 2) to explain

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

Probably akin to G5420 through the idea of defining; to indicate (by word or act), that is, (specifically) to expound:—declare.

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

 AV - declare 2; 2
declare
Matthew 13:36; 15:15.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5420


  #5420 φράσσω phrasso {fras'-so}

 apparently a strengthening form of the base of G5424; TDNT - n/a; v

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


 1) to fence in, block up, stop up, close up
 2) to put to silence

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

Apparently a strengthened form of the base of G5424; to fence or inclose, that is, (specifically) to block up (figuratively to silence):—stop.

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

 AV - stop 3; 3
stopped
Romans 3:19. Hebrews 11:33.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
stop
2 Corinthians 11:10.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5421


  #5421 φρέαρ phrear {freh'-ar}

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

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


 1) a well
 2) the pit of the abyss (because the nether world is thought to increase
    in size the further it extends from the surface of the earth and so
    resemble a cistern, the orifice of which is narrow)

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

Of uncertain derivation; a hole in the ground (dug for obtaining or holding water or other purposes), that is, a cistern or well; figuratively an abyss (as a prison):—well, pit.

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

 AV - pit 5, well 2; 7
pit
Luke 14:5. Revelation 9:1, 2, 2, 2.
well
John 4:11, 12.

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G5422


  #5422 φρεναπατάω phrenapatao {fren-ap-at-ah'-o}

 from G5423; TDNT - n/a; v

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


 1) to deceive any one's mind

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

From G5423; to be a mind misleader, that is, delude:—deceive.

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

 AV - deceive 1; 1
deceiveth
Galatians 6:3.

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G5423


  #5423 φρεναπάτης phrenapates {fren-ap-at'-ace}

 from G5424 and G0539; TDNT - n/a; n m

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


 1) a mind deceiver, a seducer

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

From G5424 and G0539; a mind misleader, that is, seducer:—deceiver.

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

 AV - deceiver 1; 1
deceivers
Titus 1:10.

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G5424


  #5424 φρήν phren {frane}

 probably from an obsolete phrao (to rein in or curb, cf G5420);
    TDNT - 9:220,1277; n f

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


 1) the midriff or diaphragm, the parts of the heart
 2) the mind
    2a) the faculty of perceiving and judging

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

Probably from an obsolete φράω [[phrao]] (to rein in or curb; compare G5420); the midrif (as a partition of the body), that is, (figuratively and by implication of sympathy) the feelings (or sensitive nature; by extension [also in the plural] the mind or cognitive faculties):—understanding.

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

 AV - understanding 2; 2
understanding
1 Corinthians 14:20, 20.

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G5425


  #5425 φρίσσω phrisso {fris'-so}

 apparently a primary verb; TDNT - n/a; v

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


 1) to bristle, stiffen stand up
 2) to shudder, to be struck with extreme fear, to be horrified

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

Apparently a primary verb; to "bristle" or chill, that is, shudder (fear):—tremble.

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

 AV - tremble 1; 1
tremble
James 2:19.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5426


  #5426 φρονέω phroneo {fron-eh'-o}

 from G5424; TDNT - 9:220,1277; v

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


 1) to have understanding, be wise
 2) to feel, to think
    2a) to have an opinion of one's self, think of one's self, to be
        modest, not let one's opinion (though just) of himself exceed
        the bounds of modesty
    2b) to think or judge what one's opinion is
    2c) to be of the same mind i.e. agreed together, cherish the same
        views, be harmonious
 3) to direct one's mind to a thing, to seek, to strive for
    3a) to seek one's interest or advantage
    3b) to be of one's party, side with him (in public affairs)

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

From G5424; to exercise the mind, that is, entertain or have a sentiment or opinion; by implication to be (mentally) disposed (more or less earnestly in a certain direction); intensively to interest oneself in (with concern or obedience):—set the affection on, (be) care (-ful), (be like-, + be of one, + be of the same, + let this) mind (-ed, regard, savour, think.

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

 AV - think 5, regard 4, mind 3, be minded 3, savour 2,
      be of the same mind + G0846 2, be like minded + G0846 2, misc 8; 29
affection
Colossians 3:2.
be
Galatians 5:10. Philippians 2:5; 3:15, 15.
careful
Philippians 4:10.
doth
Romans 14:6.
let
Philippians 2:5; 3:15.
likeminded
Romans 15:5.
mind
Romans 8:5; 12:16, 16. 2 Corinthians 13:11. Philippians 2:2; 3:16, 19; 4:2.
minded
Galatians 5:10. Philippians 3:15, 15.
of
Philippians 4:2.
regard
Romans 14:6.
regardeth
Romans 14:6, 6, 6.
savourest
Matthew 16:23. Mark 8:33.
think
Romans 12:3, 3. 1 Corinthians 4:6. Philippians 1:7.
thinkest
Acts 28:22.
understood
1 Corinthians 13:11.
were
Philippians 4:10.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
care
Philippians 4:10.
likeminded
Philippians 2:2.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5427


  #5427 φρόνημα phronema {fron'-ay-mah}

 from G5426; TDNT - 9:220,1277; n n

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


 1) what one has in the mind, the thoughts and purposes

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

From G5426; (mental) inclination or purpose:—(be, + be carnally, + be spiritually) mind (-ed).

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

 AV - mind 2, carnally minded + G4561 1, spiritually minded + G4151 1; 4
be
Romans 8:6, 6.
mind
Romans 8:7, 27.
minded
Romans 8:6, 6.

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G5428


  #5428 φρόνησις phronesis {fron'-ay-sis}

 from G5426; TDNT - 9:220,1277; n f

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


 1) understanding
 2) knowledge and holy love of the will of God

 For Synonyms see entry G5826

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

From G5426; mental action or activity, that is, intellectual or moral insight:—prudence, wisdom.

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

 AV - wisdom 1, prudence 1; 2
prudence
Ephesians 1:8.
wisdom
Luke 1:17.

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G5429


  #5429 φρόνιμος phronimos {fron'-ee-mos}

 from G5424; TDNT - 9:220,1277; adj

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


 1) intelligent, wise
 2) prudent, i.e. mindful of one's interests

 For Synonyms see entry G5872

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

From G5424; thoughtful, that is, sagacious or discreet (implying a cautious character; while G4680 denotes practical skill or acumen; and G4908 indicates rather intelligence or mental acquirement); in a bad sense conceited (also in the comparative):—wise (-r).

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

 AV - wise 14; 14
men
1 Corinthians 10:15.
wise
Matthew 7:24; 10:16; 24:45; 25:2, 4, 8, 9. Luke 12:42. Romans 11:25; 12:16. 1 Corinthians 4:10. 2 Corinthians 11:19.
wiser
Luke 16:8.

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G5430


  #5430 φρονίμως phronimos {fron-im'-oce}

 from G5429; TDNT - n/a; adv

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


 1) prudently, wisely

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

Adverb from G5429; prudently:—wisely.

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

 AV - wisely 1; 1
wisely
Luke 16:8.

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G5431


  #5431 φροντίζω phrontizo {fron-tid'-zo}

 from a derivative of G5424; TDNT - n/a; v

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


 1) to think, to be careful
 2) to be thoughtful or anxious

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

From a derivative of G5424; to exercise thought, that is, be anxious:—be careful.

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

 AV - be careful 1; 1
careful
Titus 3:8.

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G5432


  #5432 φρουρέω phroureo {froo-reh'-o}

 from a compound of G4253 and G3708; TDNT - n/a; v

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


 1) to guard, protect by a military guard, either to prevent hostile
    invasion, or to keep the inhabitants of a besieged city from flight
 2) metaph.
    2a) under the control of the Mosaic law, that he might
        not escape from its power
    2b) to protect by guarding, to keep
    2c) by watching and guarding to preserve one for the attainment of
        something

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

From a compound of G4253 and G3708; to be a watcher in advance, that is, to mount guard as a sentinel (post spies at gates); figuratively to hem in, protect:—keep (with a garrison). Compare G5083.

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

 AV - keep 3, keep with a garrison 1; 4
garrison
2 Corinthians 11:32.
keep
Philippians 4:7.
kept
2 Corinthians 11:32. Galatians 3:23. 1 Peter 1:5.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5433


  #5433 φρυάσσω phruasso {froo-as'-so}

 akin to G1032, G1031; TDNT - n/a; v

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


 1) to neigh, stamp the ground, prance, snort
 2) to be high-spirited
    2a) of horses
    2b) of men
        2b1) to take on lofty airs
        2b2) behave arrogantly
    2c) to be tumultuous, to rage

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

Akin to G1032, G1031; to snort (as a spirited horse), that is, (figuratively) to make a tumult:—rage.

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

 AV - rage 1; 1
did
Acts 4:25.
rage
Acts 4:25.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5434


  #5434 φρύγανον phruganon {froo'-gan-on}

 from a presumed derivative of phrugo (to roast or parch, akin to the
    base of G5395); TDNT - n/a; n n

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


 1) a dry stick, a twig
 2) all dry sticks, bush wood, fire wood, or similar material used as fuel
    2a) of straw, stubble

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

Neuter of a presumed derivative of φρύγω [[phrugo]] (to roast or parch; akin to the base of G5395); something desiccated, that is, a dry twig:—stick.

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

 AV - stick 1; 1
sticks
Acts 28:3.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5435


  #5435 Φρυγία Phrugia {froog-ee'-ah}

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

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


 Phrygia = "dry, barren"
 1) a region in Asia Minor bounded by Bithynia, Galatia, Lycaonia,
    Pisidia, Lydia, Mysia and it contained the cities of Laodicea,
    Hierapolis, and Colosse

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

Probably of foreign origin; Phrygia, a region of Asia Minor:—Phrygia.

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

 AV - Phrygia 4; 4
Phrygia
Acts 2:10; 16:6; 18:23. 1 Timothy 6:21.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5436


  #5436 Φύγελ[λ]ος Phugellos {foog'-el-los}

 probably from G5343; TDNT - n/a; n pr m

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


 Phygellus = "a little fugitive"
 1) a Christian who was with Paul and deserted him

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

Probably from G5343; fugitive; Phygellus, an apostate Christian:—Phygellus.

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

 AV - Phygellus 1; 1
Phygellus
2 Timothy 1:15.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5437


  #5437 φυγή phuge {foog-ay'}

 from G5343; TDNT - n/a; n f

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


 1) flight

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

From G5343; a fleeing, that is, escape:—flight.

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

 AV - flight 2; 2
flight
Matthew 24:20. Mark 13:18.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5438


  #5438 φυλακή phulake {foo-lak-ay'}

 from G5442; TDNT - 9:241,1280; n f

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


 1) guard, watch
    1a) a watching, keeping watch
        1a1) to keep watch
    1b) persons keeping watch, a guard, sentinels
    1c) of the place where captives are kept, a prison
    1d) of the time (of night) during which guard was kept, a watch
        i.e. a period of time during which part of the guard was on
        duty, and at the end of which others relieved them. As the
        earlier Greeks divided the night commonly into three parts,
        so, previous to the exile, the Israelites also had three
        watches in a night; subsequently, however, after they became
        subject to the Romans, they adopted the Roman custom of
        dividing the night into four watches

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

From G5442; a guarding or (concretely guard), the act, the parson; figuratively the place, the condition, or (specifically) the time (as a division of day or night), literally or figuratively:—cage, hold, (im-) prison (-ment), ward, watch.

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

 AV - prison 36, watch 6, imprisonment 2, hold 1, cage 1, ward 1; 47
cage
Revelation 18:2.
hold
Revelation 18:2.
imprisonment
Hebrews 11:36.
imprisonments
2 Corinthians 6:5.
prison
Matthew 5:25; 14:3, 10; 18:30; 25:36, 39, 43, 44. Mark 6:17, 27. Luke 3:20; 12:58; 22:33; 23:19, 25. John 3:24. Acts 5:19, 22, 25; 8:3; 12:4, 5, 6, 17; 16:23, 24, 27, 37, 40; 26:10. 1 Peter 3:19. Revelation 2:10; 20:7.
prisons
Luke 21:12. Acts 22:4. 2 Corinthians 11:23.
ward
Acts 12:10.
watch
Matthew 14:25; 24:43. Mark 6:48. Luke 2:8; 12:38, 38.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5439


  #5439 φυλακίζω phulakizo {foo-lak-id'-zo}

 from G5441; TDNT - n/a; v

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


 1) to cast into prison, imprison

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

From G5441; to incarcerate:—imprison.

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

 AV - imprison 1; 1
The following translates multiple Greek words:
imprisoned
Acts 22:19.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5440


  #5440 φυλακτήριον phulakterion {foo-lak-tay'-ree-on}

 neuter of a derivative of G5442; TDNT - n/a; n n

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


 1) a fortified place provided with a garrison, a station for a
    guard or garrison
 2) a preservative or safeguard , an amulet. The Jews used this word
    to describe small strips of parchment on which were written the
    following passages of the law of Moses, Ex. 13:1-10, 11-16; Dt.
    6:4-9, 11:13-21, and which, enclosed in small cases, they were
    accustomed when engaged in prayer to wear fastened by a leather
    strap to the forehead and to the left arm over against the heart,
    in order that they might thus be solemnly reminded of the duty of
    keeping the commands of God in the head and in the heart,
    according to the directions given in Ex. 13:16, Dt. 6:8, 11:18;
    These scrolls were thought to have the power, like amulets, to
    avert various evils and to drive away demons. The Pharisees were
    accustomed to widen, make broad, their phylacteries, that they
    might render them more conspicuous and show themselves to be more
    eager than the majority to be reminded of the law of God.

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

Neuter of a derivative of G5442; a guard case, that is, "phylactery" for wearing slips of Scripture texts:—phylactery.

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

 AV - phylactery 1; 1
phylacteries
Matthew 23:5.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5441


  #5441 φύλαξ phulax {foo'-lax}

 from G5442; TDNT - n/a; n m

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


 1) a guard, keeper

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

From G5442; a watcher or sentry:—keeper.

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

 AV - keeper 3; 3
keepers
Acts 5:23; 12:6, 19.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5442


  #5442 φυλάσσω phulasso {foo-las'-so}

 probably from G5443 through the idea of isolation; TDNT - 9:236,1280; v

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


 1) to guard
    1a) to watch, keep watch
    1b) to guard or watch, have an eye upon: lest he escape
    1c) to guard a person (or thing) that he may remain safe
        1c1) lest he suffer violence, be despoiled, etc. to protect
        1c2) to protect one from a person or thing
        1c3) to keep from being snatched away, preserve safe
             and unimpaired
        1c4) to guard from being lost or perishing
        1c5) to guard one's self from a thing
    1d) to guard i.e. care for, take care not to violate
        1d1) to observe
 2) to observe for one's self something to escape
    2a) to avoid, shun flee from
    2b) to guard for one's self (i.e. for one's safety's sake) so
        as not to violate, i.e. to keep, observe (the precepts of
        the Mosaic law)

 For Synonyms see entry G5874

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

Probably from G5443 through the idea of isolation; to watch, that is, be on guard (literally or figuratively); by implication to preserve, obey, avoid:—beware, keep (self), observe, save. Compare G5083.

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

 AV - keep 23, observe 2, beware 2, keep (one's) self 1, save 1,
      be ... ware 1; 30
be
2 Timothy 4:15.
beware
Luke 12:15. 2 Peter 3:17.
have
Acts 7:53.
keep
Luke 11:28. John 12:25. Acts 12:4; 16:4; 21:25. Romans 2:26. Galatians 6:13. 2 Thessalonians 3:3. 1 Timothy 6:20. 2 Timothy 1:12, 14. 1 John 5:21. Jude 1:24.
keepest
Acts 21:24.
keepeth
Luke 11:21.
keeping
Luke 2:8.
kept
Matthew 19:20. Luke 8:29; 18:21. John 17:12. Acts 7:53; 22:20; 23:35; 28:16.
observe
1 Timothy 5:21.
observed
Mark 10:20.
saved
2 Peter 2:5.
ware
2 Timothy 4:15.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5443


  #5443 φυλή phule {foo-lay'}

 from G5453 (cf G5444); TDNT - 9:245,1280; n f

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


 1) a tribe
    1a) in the NT all the persons descending from one of the twelve
        sons of the patriarch, Jacob
 2) a race, nation, people

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

From G5453 (compare G5444); an offshoot, that is, race or clan:—kindred, tribe.

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

 AV - tribe 25, kindred 6; 31
kindred
Revelation 5:9; 14:6.
kindreds
Revelation 1:7; 7:9; 11:9; 13:7.
tribe
Luke 2:36. Acts 13:21. Romans 11:1. Philippians 3:5. Hebrews 7:13, 14. Revelation 5:5; 7:5, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 7, 7, 7, 8, 8, 8.
tribes
Matthew 19:28; 24:30. Luke 22:30. James 1:1. Revelation 7:4; 21:12.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5444


  #5444 φύλλον phullon {fool'-lon}

 from the same as G5443; TDNT - n/a; n n

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


 1) a leaf

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

From the same as G5443; a sprout, that is, leaf:—leaf.

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

 AV - leaf 6; 6
leaves
Matthew 21:19; 24:32. Mark 11:13, 13; 13:28. Revelation 22:2.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5445


  #5445 φύραμα phurama {foo'-ram-ah}

 from a prolonged form of phuro (to mix a liquid with a solid,
    perhaps akin to G5453 through the idea of swelling in bulk),
    mean to knead; TDNT - n/a; n n

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


 1) any substance mixed with water and kneaded
 2) a mass, a lump
    2a) of dough
    2b) of clay

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

From a prolonged form of φύρω [[phuro]] (to mix a liquid with a solid; perhaps akin to G5453 through the idea of swelling in bulk), mean to knead; a mass of dough:—lump.

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

 AV - lump 5; 5
lump
Romans 9:21; 11:16. 1 Corinthians 5:6, 7. Galatians 5:9.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5446


  #5446 φυσικός phusikos {foo-see-kos'}

 from G5449; TDNT - 9:251,1283; adj

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


 1) produced by nature, inborn
 2) agreeable to nature
 3) governed by (the instincts of) nature

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

From G5449; "physical", that is, (by implication) instinctive:—natural. Compare G5591.

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

 AV - natural 3; 3
natural
Romans 1:26, 27. 2 Peter 2:12.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5447


  #5447 φυσικῶς phusikos {foo-see-koce'}

  from G5446; TDNT - 9:251,1283; adv

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


 1) in a natural manner, by nature, under the guidance of nature: by
    the aid of the bodily senses

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

Adverb frm G5446; "physically", that is, (by implication) instinctively:—naturally.

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

 AV - naturally 1; 1
naturally
Jude 1:10.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5448


  #5448 φυσιόω phusioo {foo-see-o'-o}

 from G5449 in the primary sense of blowing; TDNT - n/a; v

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


 1) to make natural, to cause a thing to pass into nature
 2) to inflate, blow up, to cause to swell up
    2a) to puff up, make proud
    2b) to be puffed up, to bear one's self loftily, be proud

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

From G5449 in the primary sense of blowing; to inflate, that is, (figuratively) make proud (haughty):—puff up.

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

 AV - puff up 7; 7
is
1 Corinthians 13:4.
up
1 Corinthians 4:6, 18, 19; 5:2; 8:1; 13:4. Colossians 2:18.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


G5449


  #5449 φύσις phusis {foo'-sis}

 from G5453; TDNT - 9:251,1283; n f

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


 1) nature
    1a) the nature of things, the force, laws, order of nature
        1a) as opposed to what is monstrous, abnormal, perverse
        1b) as opposed what has been produced by the art of man: the
            natural branches, i.e. branches by the operation of nature
    1b) birth, physical origin
    1c) a mode of feeling and acting which by long habit has become nature
    1d) the sum of innate properties and powers by which one person
        differs from others, distinctive native peculiarities, natural
        characteristics: the natural strength, ferocity, and
        intractability of beasts

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

From G5453; growth (by germination or expansion), that is, (by implication) natural production (lineal descent); by extension a genus or sort; figuratively native disposition, constitution or usage:—([man-]) kind, nature ([-al]).

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

 AV - nature 10, natural + G2596 2, kind 1, mankind + G0442 1; 14
kind
James 3:7.
natural
Romans 11:21.
nature
Romans 1:26; 2:14, 27; 11:24, 24. 1 Corinthians 11:14. Galatians 2:15; 4:8. Ephesians 2:3. 2 Peter 1:4.
The following translates multiple Greek words:
mankind
James 3:7.
natural
Romans 11:24.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)


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