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Index of English to Greek Words


1.     Abide / Endure   -1 John 4:15                 

(μνω = ‘meno’) (πομνω = ‘iepomeno’)

To remain, abide, dwell, tarry, not to depart, to continue to be present, to continue to be, not to perish, to last, to endure.


2.     Ability    - 1 Peter 4:11              

(σχύος = ‘ischoos’)

Ability, force, strength, might, inherent personal capability.


3.     Acceptable                -Luke 4:18-19

         (δεκτς = ‘dektos’)

Accepted, acceptable, favour, regarded favourably, expressed approval.


4.     Accord / With one accord    -Acts 2:1

(μοθυμαδν = ‘homothoomadon’)

With one mind, in one accord, with one passion.


5.     Abound / Super-abound    -Ephesians 1:7-8        

(περίσσευσεν = ‘aiperisevsen’)

Abound, overflow, to be abundantly furnished with, to have in abundance,to exceed a fixed number of measure, to be left over and above a certain number

or measure, to turn out abundantly for, to furnish one richly so that he has abundance, to make excellent.


6.     Adoption       -Romans 8:14-15                   

οθεσίας = ‘yiotheseeahs’)

Adoption, adoption as sons, the nature and condition of the true disciples in Christ, who by receiving the Spirit of God into their souls become sons of God.


7.     Agree / Agreement -Matthew 18:19

(συμφωνω = ‘symphoneo’)

To agree together, to come into agreement, to sound together, to be in accord (primarily of musical instruments), to be in harmony, to make an agreement. 


8.     All / Always          -Luke 21:1-4

(πάντα = ‘buntah’)

All, always, at all times, at all seasons, all the days, every time.


9.     Ask                          -Matthew 7:11

(ατω = ‘ehteho’)

To ask, request, petition, demand, beg, call for, crave, desire, require. 


10.  Assembly / Church   -1 Corinthians 1:2  

(κκλησί = ‘ekkliseeah’)

An assembly, a gathering of citizens called out from their homes into some public place, any gathering or throng of men assembled by chance, an assembly of Christians gathered for worship in a religious meeting.


11.  Authority             -Luke 10:19

(ξουσα = ‘exouseeah’)

Authority, the power of authority (influence) and of right (privilege), the power of rule, to govern, the right to exercise power.


12.  Baptize                           -Acts 1:5

(βαπτζω = ‘baptizo’)

To dip repeatedly, to immerse, to submerge (of vessels sunk), to cleanse by dipping or submerging, to wash, to make clean with water, to wash one's self, bathe, to overwhelm.


13.  Blessed                    -Matthew 5:3              

(μακριος = ‘makahrios’)

Blessed, exceedingly blessed and fortunate, favoured by God, privileged, envied, happy, elated.


14.  Child / Children -Matthew 18:3

(παιδιά = ‘pehthia’)

A young child, a little boy or little girl, infants, children, little ones.


15.  Confess / Declare  -Matthew 10:32

       (μολογω = ‘homoloyeho’)

To confess, to declare openly, admit, to say the same thing as another, to agree with, to profess, to admit or declare one's guilt, to speak out freely, to assent.


16.  Confidence / Boldness    -Hebrews 10:35

(παρρησίαν = ‘parrisian’)

Confidence, boldness, cheerful courage, unreserved utterance, assertiveness, self-assurance, fearlessness, audacity, daring.


17.  Content                      -Philippians 4:11

τάρκης  = ‘avtarkis’)

To be content, self-sufficient, sufficient in oneself, adequate, needing no assistance, having sufficient strength.


18.  Disciple                 -Matthew 5:1

(μαθητα = ‘mathite’)

A learner, pupil, student, disciple.


19.  Drink / Made to Drink  -1 Corinthians 12:13

(ποτζω = ‘potizo')

To drink, give to drink, to furnish drink, to water, irrigate (plants, fields etc.), to saturate.


20.  Dwell / Tabernacle       -John 1:1, 14

(σκήνωσεν = ‘eskinnosen’)

To dwell, tabernacle, to fix one's tabernacle, have one's tabernacle, abide (or live) in a tabernacle.


21.  Epistle / Letter       -2 Corinthians 3:2

(πιστολ = ‘epistolli’)

A letter, written message, epistle, dispatch, correspondence.


22.  Filled       -Ephesians 5:18-19                

(πληροσθε = ‘pliroosthe’)

To be filled, to make full, to fill up, to fill to the full, to cause to abound, to furnish or supply liberally, to make complete, to render perfect.


23.  Finished                  -John 19:30    

(τετελέσται = ‘teteleste’)

To bring to a close, to finish, to end, to perform, execute, complete, fulfil, accomplish, to do as commanded.


24.  Glory                         -2 Corinthians 3:18

(δξα = ‘thoxa’)

Glory, honour, praise, splendor, brightness, preeminence, majesty, absolute perfection, magnificence, excellence, dignity, grace.


25.  Good / Honest   -Matthew 19:16 / Luke 8:15 

(γαθός = ‘agathos’)

Of good constitution or nature, beneficial, useful, intrinsically good, pleasant, agreeable, excellent, distinguished, upright, honourable.

(καλ = ‘kahli’)

Good, excellent in its nature and characteristics, and therefore well adapted to its ends, eminent, choice, surpassing, precious, useful, suitable, commendable, beautiful by reason of purity of heart and life, morally good, noble.


26.  Guard / Keep       -Philippians 4:7                     

(φρουρήσει = ‘froorehsi’)

To guard, protect by a military guard, either to prevent hostile invasion or to keep the inhabitants of a besieged city from flight, to keep by watching and guarding, to preserve one for the attainment of something.


27.  Hidden / To Hide  -Matthew 11:25

(κρπτω = ‘kripto’)

Hidden, to hide, to be hid, to escape notice, to conceal (that it may not become known). 


28.  Know                   -Philippians 3:10       

(γνναι = ‘gnoneh’) (γινσκω = ‘ghinosko’)

To know, completely understand, perceive, feel, have knowledge of, to learn to know, to come to know, get knowledge of, to become personally acquainted with.


29.  Leave / Forsake   -Revelation 2:4

(φκες = ‘ufikes’)

To leave alone, forsake, abandon, to let go or give up, to disregard, neglect.


30.  Love                      -Ephesians 5:25

(ἀγαπάω = ‘agapaho’)

To love, to love dearly, to be well pleased with, to be contented with, to love deeply, unconditionally and constantly.


31.  Mercy                    -Matthew 5:7

(λεήμονες = ‘ellehimones’)

To show mercy, be merciful, tenderhearted, forgiving, benevolent, lenient.


32.  Mighty         -2 Corinthians 12:12            

(δυνάμεως = ‘dynameos’) (δναμις = ‘dynamis’)

Strength, power, ability, inherent power, power residing in a thing by virtue of its nature, or which a person or thing exerts and puts forth, power for performing miracles, moral power and excellence of soul, the power and influence which belong to riches and wealth, power consisting in or resting upon armies.


33.  New                    -Mark 2:22                 

(νος = ‘neos’)

New, recent, recently born or developed, current, young, youthful, latest.

(καινς = ‘kainos’)

New, recently made, fresh, recent, unused, unworn, of a new kind, never existed before, novel, uncommon, unheard of, unique.


34.  Patience / Endurance -Hebrews 10:36          

(πομονς = ‘hipomonis’)

Patience, perseverance, steadfastness, constancy, endurance, a patient enduring, sustaining.


35.  Perfect / Complete -2 Corinthians 12:9

(τελω = ‘teleho’)

Perfect, to bring to a close, to finish, to end, to perform, execute, complete, fulfill, to bring to a successful conclusion, put the finishing touches to.


36.  Persecution          -Matthew 5:10-11

(δεδιωγμένοι = ‘theethiogmeni’)

Persecute, to make to run or flee, put to flight, drive away, to run after, to press on, to pursue (in a hostile manner), to harass, trouble, molest, to be mistreated, suffer persecution on account of something, to seek after eagerly, earnestly endeavour to acquire.


37.  Quicken / Give life to -Romans 8:11             

(ζωοποιήσει = ‘zohopeesi’)

To quicken, accelerate, hasten, stimulate, give life to, excite, arouse, rouse, stir up, activate, galvanize, inspire, kindle, invigorate, revive, revitalize.


38.  Raise / To raise up   -Acts 13:30                 

(γειρεν = ‘eigeiren’)

To raise up, to arouse, to cause to rise, to arouse from sleep, to awake, to recall the dead to life, to cause to appear, to cause to be born, to erect a new structure.

(ναστήσας = ‘anastisas’)

To cause to rise up, raise up, to raise up from laying down, to raise up from the dead, to cause to be born, to cause to appear, to bring forth, to rise up against any one.


39.  Receive / Accept            -Hebrews 11:17

(ναδεξάμενος= ‘anathexamenos’)

To receive, to accept, to take up, take upon one's self, undertake, assume, to entertain anyone hospitably.


40.  Righteousness              -Matthew 5:6

(δικαιοσύνην = ‘thikaiyosooni’)

Righteous, integrity, virtue, purity of life, rightness, correctness of thinking feeling and acting, state of him who is as he ought to be, the condition acceptable to God, the way in which man attains a state approved of God, justice or virtue which gives each his due.


41.  Stand fast / Stand firm-Philippians 4:1         

(στήκετε = ‘steekaite’)

To stand fast, to stand firm, to persevere, to persist, to keep one's standing.


42.  Sound mind / Wise discretion - 2 Timothy 1:7  

(σωφρονισμο = ‘sohfronnismou’)

A well behaved mind, an admonishing or calling to soundness of mind, to moderation and self-control, self-control, moderation.


43.  Sufficient / Sufficiency  -2 Corinthians 3:5-6 

(κανότης = ‘hikanotis’)

To be or make sufficient, render fit, to make able, to be more than adequate, to equip one with adequate power to perform.


44.  Teach / Being taught  -Matthew 5:2  

(δίδασκo = ‘thithasko’)

To teach, to impart instruction, to hold discourse with others in order to instruct them, to be a teacher, to conduct one's self as a teacher, to instil doctrine into one, to explain or expound on something.


45.  Unchangeable / Permanent -Hebrews 7:24-25                 

(παράβατον = ‘haparathaton’)

Unchangeable, permanent, immutable, invariable, changeless, immoveable, fixed, irreversible, not to be violated, inviolable, unalterable, not liable to pass to a successor.


46.  Understand                -Matthew 13:19          

(συνιέντος = ‘sinhintos’)

To understand, to comprehend or assimilate, to have insight, to grasp, to set or bring together the thing perceived, to set or join together in the mind.


47.  Walk               -2 Corinthians 5:7                

(περιπατομεν = ‘peripatoumen’)

To walk, to make one's way, to progress, to make due use of opportunities, to regulate oneself, to conduct in a certain way.


48.  Wisdom     -1 Corinthians 1:20                                             

(σοφία = ‘sophia’)

Wisdom, supreme intelligence such as belongs to God, broad and full of intelligence (used of the knowledge of very diverse matter), the varied knowledge of things human and divine, acquired by acuteness and experience, the act of interpreting dreams and always giving sound advice, skill in the management of human affairs, skill and discretion in imparting Christian truth, the knowledge and practice of the requisites for godly and upright living.          

(φρόνησις = ‘fronnisis’)

Wisdom, understanding, the practical and sensible use of insight, the right use of the mind, the correct application of God’s wisdom, knowledge and holy love of the will of God.


49.  Workers Together     -2 Corinthians 6:1    

(συνεργω = ‘sinergeho’)

To work together, help in work, to be a partner in labour, to put forth power together and thereby to assist.


50.  Worry / Anxiety      -Matthew 6:25            

(μεριμντε = ‘merimnahte’)

To worry, be anxious, be troubled with cares, be distracted by worry, be nervous or tense, to carry a burden for the future, to have stressful concerns, to torment oneself.

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