Greek Dictionary (Lexicon-Concordance)

#G5850 - #G5877

G5850


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G2352
    See Definition for G2608
    See Definition for G4486

    4486 - "rend asunder", makes pointed reference to the separation
           of the parts
    2608 - "to break", denotes the destruction of a things unity or
           completeness
    2352 - "to shatter", is suggestive of many fragments and minute
           dispersion

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5851


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G2359
    See Definition for G2864

    2359 - the anatomical or physical term for hair
    2864 -  designates the hair as an ornament (notion of length being
            only secondary and suggested) and hence differs from the
            word 2359 referring to physical hair

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5852


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G2537
    See Definition for G3501

    2537 - denotes the new primarily in reference to quality,
           the fresh, unworn
    3501 - denotes the new primarily in reference to time, the young,
           recent

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5853


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G2540
    See Definition for G5550

    2540 - a definitely limited portion of time with the added notion
           of suitableness
    5550 - time in general

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5854


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G2730
    See Definition for G3939

    2730 - to dwell, settle, temporarily
    3939 - to dwell, permanently

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5855


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G2549
    See Definition for G4189

    2549 - denotes a vicious disposition
    4189 - denotes the active exercise of a vicious disposition

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5856


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G2812
    See Definition for G3027

    2812 - denotes one who steals by stealth
    3027 - denotes one who steals openly

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5857


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G2830
    See Definition for G2949

    2949 - a wave, suggesting uninterrupted successions
    2830 - a billow, surge, suggesting size and extension. So to in
           fig. application of the words.

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5858


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G2766
    See Definition for G3396

    2766 - denotes in a strict sense, mixing as combines the
           ingredients into a new compound, chemical mixture
    3396 - such a mixture as merely blending or intermingling of them
           promiscuously, as in a mechanical mixture

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5859


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G2851
    See Definition for G5098

    2851 differs from 5098  as that which is disciplinary and has
    reference to the him who suffers, while the latter is penal
    and has reference to the satisfaction of him who inflicts it

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5860


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G2873
    See Definition for G3449
    See Definition for G4192

    4192 - gives prominence to the effort (work as requiring force)
    2873 - refers to the fatigue
    3449 - refers to the hardship (chiefly poetic)

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5861


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G3115
    See Definition for G5281

    5281 is the temper which does not easily succumb under
    suffering, 3115 is the self restraint which does not hastily
    retaliate a wrong.  The one is opposed to cowardice or
    despondency, the other to wrath and revenge.

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5862


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G3338
    See Definition for G3340

    The distinction often given between these is; 3338 refers to
    an emotional change, 3340 to an change of choice, 3338 has
    reference to particulars, 3340 to the entire life, 3338
    signifies nothing but regret even amounting to remorse, 3340
    that reversal of moral purpose known as repentance; does not
    seem to be sustained by usage. But that 3340 is the fuller
    and nobler term, expressive of moral action and issues, is
    indicated not only by its derivation, but by the greater
    frequency of its use and by the fact it is often used in the
    imperative.

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5863


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G3339
    See Definition for G3345

    3339 - refers to the permanent state to which a change takes place
    3345 - refers to the transient condition from which a change happens

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5864


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G3392
    See Definition for G3435

    3392, "to stain", differs from 3435, "to smear", not only in
    its primary and outward sense, but in the circumstance that
    (like Eng.  "stain") it may be used in good part, while 3345
    has no worthy reference

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5865


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G3444
    See Definition for G4976

    3444 "form" differs from 4976 "figure, shape, fashion", as
    that which is intrinsic and essential, from that which is
    outward and accidental. Fritzsche in Php. 2:7 to relate to
    the complete form or nature of a servant; and 4976 to the
    external form, or human body in 2:8.

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5866


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G3507
    See Definition for G3509

    3509 is general, 3507 is specific; the former denotes a great,
    shapeless collection of vapour obscuring the heavens; the latter
    designates particular and definite masses of the same, suggesting
    limit and form.

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5867


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G3614
    See Definition for G3624

    3624 denotes one's household establishment, one's entire property
    3614 denotes the dwelling itself

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5868


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G3808
    See Definition for G3813
    See Definition for G3814
    See Definition for G3816
    See Definition for G5043
    See Definition for G5207

    3813 - refers exclusively to little children
    3808 - refers to a child up to his first school years
    3816 - refers to a child of any age
    3814 - refers to late childhood and early youth

    3816, 5043 denote a child alike as respects to descent and
    age, reference to the later being more prominent in the
    former word, to descent in 3813; but the period 3816 cover
    is not sharply defined; and, in classic usage as in modern,
    youthful designations cleave to the female sex longer than
    to the male

 Compare: 5043, 5207

    5043 - gives prominence to physical and outward aspects of
           parentage
    5207 - gives prominence to the inward, ethical, legal aspects of
           parentage

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5869


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G3967
    See Definition for G3971

    3971 - denotes descending from father to son
    3967 - denotes descending from persons in friendship or feud

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5870


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G3993
    See Definition for G4434

    3993 - one who is so poor he earns his bread by daily labour
    4434 - one who only obtains his living by begging

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5871


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G4160
    See Definition for G4238

    4160 - denotes "to do", 4138 - "to practise"; 4160 to
    designate performance, 4138 intended, earnest, habitual,
    performance; 4160 to denote merely productive action, 4138
    definitely directed action; 4160 to point to the action
    result, 4138 to the scope and character of the result.

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5872


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G4680
    See Definition for G4908
    See Definition for G5429

    4680 - denotes wise, skilled, an expert
    4908 - "intelligent", denotes one who can put things together, who
           has insight and comprehension
    5429 - "prudent", denotes primarily one who has quick and correct
           perceptions, hence, "discreet, circumspect"

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5873


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G4832
    See Definition for G4964

    4832 - describes what is the essence in character and thus complete
           or durable, not merely a form or outline
    4964 - to shape one thing like another and describes what is
           transitory, changeable, and unstable

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5874


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G5083
    See Definition for G5442

    5083 - "to watch or keep"
    5442 - "to guard"

    5083 expresses watchful care and is suggestive of present
    possession, 5442 indicates safe custody and often implies assault
    from without; 5083 may mark the result of which 5442 is the means.

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5875


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G5117
    See Definition for G5561
    See Definition for G5564

    5117 - "place", indefinite; a portion of space viewed in reference
           to its occupancy, or as appropriated to itself
    5561 - "region, country", extensive; space, yet unbounded
    5564 - "parcel of ground", circumscribed; a definite portion of
           space viewed as enclosed or complete in itself

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5876


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G5215
    See Definition for G5568
    See Definition for G5603

    5603 is the generic term; 5568 and 5215 are specific, the
    former designating a song which took its general character
    from the OT Psalms, although not restricted to them, the
    later a song of praise.  While the leading idea of 5568 is a
    musical accompaniment, and that of 5215 praise to God, 5603
    is the general word for a song, whether accompanied or not,
    whether of praise  or on any other subject. Thus it is quite
    possible for the same song to be at once described by all
    three of these words.

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


G5877


 Synonyms

    See Definition for G1209
    See Definition for G2983

    The words overlap and distinctions often disappear; yet the
    suggestion of a welcoming or appropriating reception
    generally cleaves to 1209.

—Greek Word Study (Grammatical Reference)


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