What does No mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
לֹא־ not 117
לֹֽא־ not 89
οὐ no 82
οὐδεὶς no one 79
לֹ֣א not 73
וְאֵ֥ין nothing 69
וְלֹא־ not 63
לֹ֥א not 60
וְלֹֽא־ not 60
אֵ֥ין nothing 58
וְאֵ֣ין nothing 46
οὐκέτι no longer 44
אֵֽין־ nothing 43
אַל־ not 40
אֵ֣ין nothing 36
אֵין־ nothing 35
וְלֹ֥א not 25
μηκέτι no longer 22
וְלֹ֣א not 19
οὐκ no 18
μηδενὶ nobody 16
וְאֵין־ nothing 14
οὐδένα no one 13
μηδεὶς nobody 13
μὴ no 11
אֵ֤ין nothing 11
לֹ֤א not 10
οὔ no 9
אֵ֖ין nothing 8
וְאֵ֖ין nothing 8
οὐδείς no one 8
אִם־ if. 8
οὐχί not 7
וְאֵ֤ין nothing 7
μηδένα nobody 6
וְאֵֽין־ nothing 5
וְֽלֹא־ not 5
לָא־ no 5
מֵאֵ֥ין nothing 5
לֹ֕א not 5
μή no 5
וְלֹ֨א not 5
לֹ֨א not 5
οὐδὲν no one 5
וְאֵינֶֽנּוּ nothing 4
οὐδενὸς no one 4
בְּאֵ֣ין nothing 4
לֹ֚א not 4
וְאַל־ not 4
לֹ֖א not 4
οὐδεμίαν no one 4
לְבִלְתִּ֥י not 4
οὐδενὶ no one 4
אֵ֨ין nothing 3
וְלֹ֖א not 3
לָֽא־ no 3
אֵינֶ֔נּוּ nothing 3
μηδεμίαν nobody 3
לֹֽא not 3
μηδὲν nobody 3
מִבְּלִי־ wearing out adv of negation. / without 3
וְאֵ֨ין nothing 3
וְלֹ֤א not 3
אַ֖יִן nothing 3
וְאֵינֶֽנִּי nothing 3
אָ֑יִן nothing 2
אַֽל־ not 2
הֲלֹ֥א not 2
לָ֣א no 2
לֽוֹא־ not 2
לֹּ֔א not 2
אָֽיִן nothing 2
אֵ֝֗ין nothing 2
לֹ֧א not 2
אֵין֙ nothing 2
אֵינֶ֑נּוּ nothing 2
בְּלֹ֣א not 2
οὒ no 2
בִּלְתִּ֥י not 2
וְֽאֵין־ nothing 2
μηδείς nobody 2
וְאֵינְךָ֖ nothing 2
μηδαμῶς by no means. 2
οὐδενός no one 2
לְאֵ֥ין nothing 2
בְּלִ֥י wearing out adv of negation. / without 2
מִבְּלִ֣י wearing out adv of negation. / without 2
מֵאֵ֣ין nothing 2
לָ֥א no 2
אֵינֶֽנּוּ nothing 2
בַּל־ not 2
הֶחֱרִ֥שׁ to cut in 1
וְהֶחֱרִ֣ישׁ to cut in 1
וְהֶחֱרִ֣שׁ to cut in 1
יַחֲרִ֨ישׁ to cut in 1
אֶחְפֹּץ֙ to delight in 1
וְלֹ֗א not 1
נוֹאָ֑שׁ to despair. 1
! נוֹאָ֔שׁ to despair. 1
מִלֵּדָ֥ה to bear 1
כִּי־ that 1
כִּ֚י that 1
כִּ֣י that 1
כִּֽי־ that 1
כָּל־ all 1
בְּלֹ֤א not 1
ἀλλ’ but. 1
לֹֽ֣א not 1
מֵעִ֔יר excitement 1
מֵעַבְדֵ֣י slave 1
לְהַעֲבִ֨יר to pass over or by or through 1
מֵעֲבֹ֥ר to pass over or by or through 1
מֵֽעֹבֵ֖ר to pass over or by or through 1
עַ֖ד as far as 1
ע֖וֹד a going round 1
עָתָ֖ק forward 1
מִנֹּ֣א the ancient capital of Egypt; also ‘Thebes’. 1
פָנִ֖ים face. 1
קָטֹ֖ן young 1
וַתִּקְצַ֥ר to be short 1
רַב־ much 1
מֵרְחֹבֽוֹת broad or open place or plaza. 1
וָרִ֖יק emptiness 1
הֵ֝נִ֗יא to hinder 1
מִנֹּ֔א the ancient capital of Egypt; also ‘Thebes’. 1
לֹֽ֣א־ not 1
(וְלֹ֥א) not 1
ל֕וֹא not 1
ל֣וֹא not 1
וְלֹ֧א not 1
לֹ֘א not 1
לְלֹ֣א not 1
לֹ֗א not 1
לָ֤א no 1
וְנֹ֖א the ancient capital of Egypt; also ‘Thebes’. 1
חָלִילָה֮ far be it (from me) 1
וְלָ֤א no 1
מֵהַמְטִ֥יר to rain. 1
מִן־ from 1
בְּנֹֽא the ancient capital of Egypt; also ‘Thebes’. 1
נֹֽא the ancient capital of Egypt; also ‘Thebes’. 1
חִנָּ֑ם freely 1
אֶ֥פֶס ceasing 1
מִח֔וּץ outside 1
וְאֵינָ֔ם nothing 1
וְאֵינֵ֑ךְ nothing 1
וְאֵינֵ֖ךְ nothing 1
אֵינֶ֨נּוּ nothing 1
אֵינֶ֙נּוּ֙ nothing 1
וּלְאֵ֥ין nothing 1
וּכְאֵ֥ין nothing 1
הַאֵ֥ין nothing 1
אָ֔יִן nothing 1
אֵין֩ nothing 1
וְאֵ֧ין nothing 1
וְֽאֵינֶ֗נּוּ nothing 1
הַאֵין֩ nothing 1
(וְאֵינָ֔ם) nothing 1
וְאֵינָ֑ם nothing 1
וּבְאֵ֥ין nothing 1
אֵינֶ֥נּוּ nothing 1
אֵינְכֶ֥ם nothing 1
בְּאֵ֥ין nothing 1
οὐδέν no one 1
κατήργηται to render idle 1
μενοῦν nay surely 1
μηδενὸς nobody 1
οὐχ no 1
οὐδαμῶς by no means 1
οὐδ’ but not 1
οὐθενός no one 1
〈οὐκέτι〉 no longer 1
הַאֵ֨ין nothing 1
οὐχὶ not 1
וְאָבַ֥ד perish 1
אֲבָ֕ל truly 1
אֵ֛ין nothing 1
לְאֵ֣ין nothing 1
אֵ֞ין nothing 1
וְאֵין֙ nothing 1
בְּאֵין־ nothing 1
אֵינָ֗ם nothing 1
וּמֵהֵרָיֽוֹן physical conception 1
לְבִלְתִּ֖י not 1
בְּלִ֖י wearing out adv of negation. / without 1
מִבְּלִ֖י wearing out adv of negation. / without 1
מִבְּלִ֥י wearing out adv of negation. / without 1
מִבְּלִי֙ wearing out adv of negation. / without 1
בְּֽלִי־ wearing out adv of negation. / without 1
בְּלִי־ wearing out adv of negation. / without 1
לְבִלְתִּ֗י not 1
לְבִלְתִּ֣י ׀ not 1
מִבַּ֙יִת֙ house. / place. / receptacle. / home 1
לְבִ֨לְתִּי־ not 1
לְבִלְתִּ֧י not 1
לְבִלְתִּ֤י not 1
בִּלְתִּ֣י not 1
גַּם־ also 1
מִֽהְיֹ֛ת to be 1
מִֽהְי֥וֹת to be 1
(בַֽל־) wearing out adv of negation. / without 1
וּמִבֶּ֖טֶן belly 1
שֶׁ֤אֵֽין nothing 1
אִֽם־ if. 1
אֵ֪ין nothing 1
אַ֖ל not 1
אַ֗ל not 1
אֶל־ not 1
וְאַֽל־ not 1
וְֽאַל־ not 1
אַ֣ל not 1
אֱסָ֥ר interdict 1
מִבּ֔וֹא to go in 1
אַף־ also 1
וְאֶ֖פֶס ceasing 1
ἀμελήσαντες to be careless of 1
אֶ֣פֶס ceasing 1
בְּאֶ֥פֶס ceasing 1
בְּאֶ֣פֶס ceasing 1
הָאָ֑רֶץ land 1
רָעָ֗ה bad 1

Definitions Related to No

G3762


   1 No one, nothing.
   

G3765


   1 No longer, No more, No further.
   

G3756


   1 No, not; in direct questions expecting an affirmative answer.
   Additional Information: Wigram’s frequency count is 1535 not 1453.
   

G3371


   1 No longer, No more, not hereafter.
   

G3367


   1 nobody, No one, nothing.
   

G3361


   1 No, not lest.
   

H3809


   1 No, not, nothing.
   

G3780


   1 not, by No means, not at all.
   

H408


   1 not, No, nor, neither, nothing (as wish or preference).
      1a do not, let not (with a verb).
      1b let there not be (with a verb understood).
      1c not, No (with substantive).
      1d nothing (as substantive).
      

H2790


   1 to cut in, plough, engrave, devise.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to cut in, engrave.
         1a2 to plough.
         1a3 to devise.
      1b (Niphal) to be ploughed.
      1c (Hiphil) to plot evil.
   2 to be silent, be dumb, be speechless, be deaf.
      2a (Qal).
         2a1 to be silent.
         2a2 to be deaf.
      2b (Hiphil).
         2b1 to be silent, keep quiet.
         2b2 to make silent.
         2b3 to be deaf, show deafness.
      2c (Hithpael) to remain silent.
      

H5892


   1 excitement, anguish.
      1a of terror.
   2 city, town (a place of waking, guarded).
      2a city, town.
      

G3365


   1 by No means.
   

H518


   1 if.
      1a conditional clauses.
         1a1 of possible situations.
         1a2 of impossible situations.
      1b oath contexts.
         1b1 No, not.
      1c if … if, whether … or, whether … or … or.
      1d when, whenever.
      1e since.
      1f interrogative particle.
      1g but rather.
      

H776


   1 land, earth.
      1a earth.
         1a1 whole earth (as opposed to a part).
         1a2 earth (as opposed to heaven).
         1a3 earth (inhabitants).
      1b land.
         1b1 country, territory.
         1b2 district, region.
         1b3 tribal territory.
         1b4 piece of ground.
         1b5 land of Canaan, Israel.
         1b6 inhabitants of land.
         1b7 Sheol, land without return, (under) world.
         1b8 city (-state).
      1c ground, surface of the earth.
         1c1 ground.
         1c2 soil.
      1d (in phrases).
         1d1 people of the land.
         1d2 space or distance of country (in measurements of distance).
         1d3 level or plain country.
         1d4 land of the living.
         1d5 end(s) of the earth.
      1e (almost wholly late in usage). 1e1 lands, countries.
            1e1a often in contrast to Canaan.
            

H1571


   1 also, even, indeed, moreover, yea.
      1a also, moreover (giving emphasis).
      1b neither, neither … nor (with negative).
      1c even (for stress).
      1d indeed, yea (introducing climax).
      1e also (of correspondence or retribution).
      1f but, yet, though (adversative).
      1g even, yea, yea though (with ‘when’ in hypothetical case).
   2 (TWOT) again, alike.
   

H3808


   1 not, No.
      1a not (with verb—absolute prohibition).
      1b not (with modifier—negation).
      1c nothing (subst).
      1d without (with particle).
      1e before (of time).
      

H369


   1 nothing, not, nought n.
      1a nothing, nought neg.
      1b not.
      1c to have not (of possession) adv.
      1d without w/prep.
      1e for lack of.
      

H7114


   1 to be short, be impatient, be vexed, be grieved.
      1a (Qal) to be short.
      1b (Piel) to shorten.
      1c (Hiphil) to shorten.
   2 to reap, harvest.
      2a (Qal) to reap, harvest.
      2b (Hiphil) to reap, harvest.
      

G2673


   1 to render idle, unemployed, inactivate, inoperative.
      1a to cause a person or thing to have No further efficiency.
      1b to deprive of force, influence, power.
   2 to cause to cease, put an end to, do away with, annul, abolish.
      2a to cease, to pass away, be done away.
      2b to be severed from, separated from, discharged from, loosed from any one.
      2c to terminate all intercourse with one.
      

H4996


   1 the ancient capital of Egypt; also ‘Thebes’.
   Additional Information: No = “disrupting”.
   

H1115


   1 not, except adv.
   2 not.
   3 except (after preceding negation) conj.
   4 except (after an implied or expressed negation) with prep.
   5 so as not, in order not.
   6 an account of not, because … not.
   7 until not.
   

H657


   1 ceasing, end, finality.
   

H1097


   1 wearing out adv of negation.
   2 without, No, not.
   

H5106


   1 to hinder, hold back, forbid, disallow, restrain, frustrate.
      1a (Qal) to hinder, hold back.
      1b (Hiphil).
         1b1 to restrain, forbid, frustrate.
         1b2 to restrain, make averse, discourage.
         

H5674


   1 to pass over or by or through, alienate, bring, carry, do away, take, take away, transgress.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to pass over, cross, cross over, pass over, march over, overflow, go over.
         1a2 to pass beyond.
         1a3 to pass through, traverse.
            1a3a passers-through (participle).
            1a3b to pass through (the parts of victim in covenant).
         1a4 to pass along, pass by, overtake and pass, sweep by.
            1a4a passer-by (participle).
            1a4b to be past, be over.
         1a5 to pass on, go on, pass on before, go in advance of, pass along, travel, advance.
         1a6 to pass away.
            1a6a to emigrate, leave (one’s territory).
            1a6b to vanish.
            1a6c to perish, cease to exist.
            1a6d to become invalid, become obsolete (of law, decree).
            1a6e to be alienated, pass into other hands.
      1b (Niphal) to be crossed.
      1c (Piel) to impregnate, cause to cross.
      1d (Hiphil).
         1d1 to cause to pass over, cause to bring over, cause to cross over, make over to, dedicate, devote.
         1d2 to cause to pass through.
         1d3 to cause to pass by or beyond or under, let pass by.
         1d4 to cause to pass away, cause to take away.
      1e (Hithpael) to pass over.
      

G3761


   1 but not, neither, nor, not even.
   

G272


   1 to be careless of, to neglect.
   

G3760


   1 by No means, in No wise.
   

G235


   1 but.
      1a nevertheless, notwithstanding.
      1b an objection.
      1c an exception.
      1d a restriction.
      1e nay, rather, yea, moreover.
      1f forms a transition to the cardinal matter.
      

G3304


   1 nay surely, nay rather.
   

H61


   1 truly, verily, surely.
   2 but, however, howbeit.
   3 contrariwise, nay rather (neg.
   ).
   

H7451


   1 bad, evil.
      1a bad, disagreeable, malignant.
      1b bad, unpleasant, evil (giving pain, unhappiness, misery).
      1c evil, displeasing.
      1d bad (of its kind—land, water, etc).
      1e bad (of value).
      1f worse than, worst (comparison).
      1g sad, unhappy.
      1h evil (hurtful).
      1i bad, unkind (vicious in disposition).
      1j bad, evil, wicked (ethically).
         1j1 in general, of persons, of thoughts.
         1j2 deeds, actions.
   2 evil, distress, misery, injury, calamity.
      2a evil, distress, adversity.
      2b evil, injury, wrong.
      2c evil (ethical).
   3 evil, misery, distress, injury.
      3a evil, misery, distress.
      3b evil, injury, wrong.
      3c evil (ethical).
      

H7227


   1 much, many, great.
      1a much.
      1b many.
      1c abounding in.
      1d more numerous than.
      1e abundant, enough.
      1f great.
      1g strong.
      1h greater than adv.
      1i much, exceedingly.
   2 captain, chief.
   

H2654


   1 to delight in, take pleasure in, desire, be pleased with.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 of men.
            1a1a to take pleasure in, delight in.
            1a1b to delight, desire, be pleased to do.
         1a2 of God.
            1a2a to delight in, have pleasure in.
            1a2b to be pleased to do.
   2 to move, bend down.
      2a (Qal) to bend down.
      

H990


   1 belly, womb, body.
      1a belly, abdomen.
         1a1 as seat of hunger, as seat of mental faculties, of depth of Sheol (fig.
         ).
      1b womb.
      

H633


   1 interdict, decree, decree of restriction.
   

H5650


   1 slave, servant.
      1a slave, servant, man-servant.
      1b subjects.
      1c servants, worshippers (of God).
      1d servant (in special sense as prophets, Levites etc).
      1e servant (of Israel).
      1f servant (as form of address between equals).
      

H6440


   1 face.
      1a face, faces.
      1b presence, person.
      1c face (of seraphim or cherubim).
      1d face (of animals).
      1e face, surface (of ground).
      1f as adv of loc/temp.
         1f1 before and behind, toward, in front of, forward, formerly, from beforetime, before.
      1g with prep.
         1g1 in front of, before, to the front of, in the presence of, in the face of, at the face or front of, from the presence of, from before, from before the face of.
         

H2486


   1 far be it (from me), God forbid that, let it not be.
   

H6277


   1 forward, bold, arrogant.
      1a of speech.
      

H6996


   1 young, small, insignificant, unimportant.
      1a small.
      1b insignificant.
      1c young.
      1d unimportant.
      

H3205


   1 to bear, bring forth, beget, gender, travail.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to bear, bring forth.
            1a1a of child birth.
            1a1b of distress (simile).
            1a1c of wicked (behaviour).
         1a2 to beget.
      1b (Niphal) to be born.
      1c (Piel).
         1c1 to cause or help to bring forth.
         1c2 to assist or tend as a midwife.
         1c3 midwife (participle).
      1d (Pual) to be born.
      1e (Hiphil). 1e1 to beget (a child). 1e2 to bear (fig.
         —of wicked bringing forth iniquity).
      1f (Hophal) day of birth, birthday (infinitive).
      1g (Hithpael) to declare one’s birth (pedigree).
      

H2032


   1 physical conception, pregnancy, conception.
   

H2600


   1 freely, for nothing, without cause.
      1a gratis, gratuitously, for nothing.
      1b for No purpose, in vain.
      1c gratuitously, without cause, undeservedly.
      

H7339


   1 broad or open place or plaza.
   

H2351


   1 outside, outward, street, the outside.
   

H6


   1 perish, vanish, go astray, be destroyed.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 perish, die, be exterminated.
         1a2 perish, vanish (fig.
         ).
         1a3 be lost, strayed.
      1b (Piel).
         1b1 to destroy, kill, cause to perish, to give up (as lost), exterminate.
         1b2 to blot out, do away with, cause to vanish, (fig.
         ).
         1b3 cause to stray, lose.
      1c (Hiphil).
         1c1 to destroy, put to death.
            1c1a of divine judgment.
         1c2 object name of kings (fig.
         ).
         

H2976


   1 to despair.
      1a (Niphal) to be despaired, be desperate.
      1b (Piel) to cause to despair interj.
   2 it is hopeless!.
   

H4305


   1 to rain.
      1a (Niphal) to be rained on or upon.
      1b (Hiphil).
         1b1 to rain, send rain.
         1b2 to rain hail, send hail.
         

H1077


   1 not, hardly, else.
   

H7385


   1 emptiness, vanity, empty, idle, vain.
   

H935


   1 to go in, enter, come, go, come in.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to enter, come in.
         1a2 to come.
            1a2a to come with.
            1a2b to come upon, fall or light upon, attack (enemy).
            1a2c to come to pass.
         1a3 to attain to.
         1a4 to be enumerated.
         1a5 to go.
      1b (Hiphil).
         1b1 to lead in.
         1b2 to carry in.
         1b3 to bring in, cause to come in, gather, cause to come, bring near, bring against, bring upon.
         1b4 to bring to pass.
      1c (Hophal).
         1c1 to be brought, brought in.
         1c2 to be introduced, be put.
         

H1004


   1 house.
      1a house, dwelling habitation.
      1b shelter or abode of animals.
      1c human bodies (fig.
      ).
      1d of Sheol.
      1e of abode of light and darkness.
      1f of land of Ephraim.
   2 place.
   3 receptacle.
   4 home, house as containing a family.
   5 household, family.
      5a those belonging to the same household.
      5b family of descendants, descendants as organized body.
   6 household affairs.
   7 inwards (metaph.
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   8 (TWOT) temple adv.
   9 on the inside prep.
      10 within.
      

Frequency of No (original languages)

Frequency of No (English)

Dictionary

American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - Ammon, or No-Ammon, or No
A city of Egypt. The name of the city is properly No-Ammon, that is, the seat or dwelling of the god Ammon, Nahum 3:8 , in the Hebrew. Similar is its Greek name Diospolis, the city of Jupiter-Ammon. In Ezekiel 30:14-16 , it is called simply No; and in Nahum 3:8 Jeremiah 46:25 , the English version has also only No. In the latter passage, "the multitude of No" would be better "Ammon of No." The name designates, beyond all reasonable doubt, the city of Thebes, the ancient and renowned capital of Upper Egypt. Homer describes her as "The world's great empress on the Egyptian plains, That spreads her conquests o'er a thousand states, And pours her heroes through a hundred gates." The vast ruins of the temples of Luxor and Carnac still proclaim the grandeur and magnificence with which the worship of Jupiter-Ammon was conducted. The ruins of the ancient city of Thebes are the wonder and delight of modern travellers, for their extent, their vastness, and their sad and solitary grandeur. They are covered with ancient hieroglyphics and historical sculptures, among which one interesting scene is thought to record the exploits of Shishak against Jerusalem in the fifth year of Rehoboam, 1 Kings 14:25 . See Wilkinson, Robinson, and Olin. Also Missionary Herald, 1823, and Shishak.
Easton's Bible Dictionary - No
Or No-A'mon, the home of Amon, the name of Thebes, the ancient capital of what is called the Middle Empire, in Upper or Southern Egypt. "The multitude of No" (Jeremiah 46:25 ) is more correctly rendered, as in the Revised Version, "Amon of No", i.e., No, where Jupiter Amon had his temple. In Ezekiel 30:14,16 it is simply called "No;" but in ver. 15 the name has the Hebrew Hamon prefixed to it, "Hamon No." This prefix is probably the name simply of the god usually styled Amon or Ammon. In Nahum 3:8 the "populous No" of the Authorized Version is in the Revised Version correctly rendered "No-Amon." It was the Diospolis or Thebes of the Greeks, celebrated for its hundred gates and its vast population. It stood on both sides of the Nile, and is by some supposed to have included Karnak and Luxor. In grandeur and extent it can only be compared to Nineveh. It is mentioned only in the prophecies referred to, which point to its total destruction. It was first taken by the Assyrians in the time of Sargon ( Isaiah 20 ). It was afterwards "delivered into the hand" of Nebuchadnezzar and Assurbani-pal (Jeremiah 46:25,26 ). Cambyses, king of the Persians (B.C. 525), further laid it waste by fire. Its ruin was completed (B.C. 81) by Ptolemy Lathyrus. The ruins of this city are still among the most notable in the valley of the Nile. They have formed a great storehouse of interesting historic remains for more than two thousand years. "As I wandered day after day with ever-growing amazement amongst these relics of ancient magnificence, I felt that if all the ruins in Europe, classical, Celtic, and medieval, were brought together into one centre, they would fall far short both in extent and grandeur of those of this single Egyptian city." Manning, The Land of the Pharaohs.
Charles Spurgeon's Illustration Collection - Age: No Care For Sin
According to AEsop, an old woman found an empty jar which had lately been full of prime old wine, and which still retained the fragrant smell of its former contents. She greedily placed it several times to her nose, and drawing it backwards and forwards said, 'Oh, most delicious! How nice must the wine itself have been, when it leaves behind in the very vessel which contained it so sweet a perfume!'
Men often hug their vices when their power to enjoy them is gone. The memories of reveling and wantonness appear to be sweet to the ungodly in their old age. They sniff the empty bottles of their follies, and only wish they could again be drunken with them. Age cures not the evil heart, but exhibits in a ridiculous but deeply painful light the indelible perversity of human nature.
Charles Spurgeon's Illustration Collection - Hypocrisy: of No Service
Coals of fire cannot be concealed beneath the most sumptuous apparel, they-will betray themselves with smoke and flame; nor can darling sins be long hidden beneath the most ostentatious profession, they will sooner or later discover themselves, and burn sad holes in the man's reputation. Sin needs quenching in the Saviour's blood, not concealing under the garb of religion.
Charles Spurgeon's Illustration Collection - Godliness: No Burden to True Saints
The Princess Elizabeth carried the crown for her sister in the procession at Mary's coronation, and• complained to Noailles of its great weight. 'Be patient,' was the adroit answer, 'it will seem lighter when on your own head.' The outward forms of godliness are as burdensome to an unregenerate man as was the crown to the princess; but let him be born again and so made a possessor of the good things of divine grace, and they will sit easily enough upon his head, as his glory and delight.
People's Dictionary of the Bible - No-Amon
No-amon (nô-â'mon), portion, or, temple of Amon? A large and most important city of Egypt. Nahum 3:8-10. This city was as mighty as Nineveh; yet judgment and ultimate desolation were threatened against it. There can be no doubt that the city intended was that called Thebes, in upper Egypt, seated on both banks of the Nile, renowned for its hundred gates and vast population, and as being the principal seat of the worship of the god Amon. Some of the mightiest Egyptian dynasties reigned at Thebes, and embellished it with crowds of unrivalled palaces and temples. But the voice of prophecy proclaimed that it should be "rent asunder." This doom began to be fulfilled first by the Assyrians. See Isaiah 20:1-6. It is evident from the words of Nahum that Thebes fell earlier than Nineveh. Nahum 1:1. According to Sir H. Rawlinson, Esar-haddon and his son Assur-bani-pal both conquered Egypt, and the latter took Thebes twice. Cambyses, king of Persia, ruthlessly destroyed it and burnt and mutilated its remaining monuments; and its ruin was completed by Ptolemy Lathyrus, about 81 b.c. The remains of this vast city, which appears to have been quadrangular, four miles by two, still astonish those who visit them. They lie 260 miles south of Cairo, including Karnak and Luxor. Fragments of colossal obelisks, pillars, and statues are scattered over the wide space. The grand hall of the temple at Karnak is described as "170 feet by 329, supported by a central avenue of twelve massive columns, 66 feet high—without the pedestal and abacus—and 12 in diameter, besides 122 of smaller or rather less gigantic dimensions, 41 feet 9 inches in height, and 27 feet 6 inches in circumference, distributed in seven lines on either side of the former." Pictured records and hieroglyphic inscriptions abound in the temples and the tombs; and when these shall be fully deciphered we may hope for much additional information in regard to Egyptian history and customs, illustrating and corroborating the sacred books.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - No-Amon
NO-AMON. See No.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - No
NO. Jeremiah 46:25 , Ezekiel 30:14-16 , the name of Thebes (Diospolis Magna), Egyp. Nç : also No-amon , Nahum 3:8 , Amon (Ammon) being the god of the city. Nahum seems to imagine Thebes as resembling the cities of the less remote Delta surrounded by canals, which were their chief protection; in reality it lay on both banks of the Nile, with desert bounding it on either side, and water probably played little part in its defence. Thebes was of no importance until the Middle Kingdom (Dyns. 11, 12), during which the royal families were much connected with it. It was the capital of the local 17th Dyn., struggling against the Hyksos in the name of its god Ammon; and the great warriors of the succeeding 18th Dyn. enriched Thebes with the spoils of conquest, built temples there that surpassed all others in size and magnificence, and made it the greatest city of the Empire. Under the 19th and 20th Dynasties, Ammon was still the national god, and Thebes the capital of Egypt. Later, Memphis again took the first place, but Thebes was at least the religious centre of the wide-spread Ammon worship, and the temples retained much of their wealth until the sack of the city by king Ashurbanipal (about b.c. 666), referred to in Nahum. The temples of Thebes continued to be added to until insurrections under the Ptolemys led to its destruction and final abandonment as a city. In Jeremiah 46:25 (RV [1] ) ‘I will punish Amon of No and Pharaoh and Egypt with her gods and their kings,’ Amon is probably not taken as the representative god of Egypt, a position which he no longer held in the 6th cent. b.c.: the passage rather indicates the completeness of Egypt’s fall by the punishment of the remote Thebes, which could not be accomplished till Lower Egypt was prostrate. The Theban Ammon was often entitled ‘Amen-Rç, king of the gods,’ being identified with the sun-god Rç. His figure is that of a man, generally coloured green. The ram was his sacred animal. In Ethiopia he was adopted as the national god, and his worship was established in the Oases, especially in the Oasis of Ammon (Siwa), where his oracle was visited by Alexander.
F. Ll. Griffith.
1910 New Catholic Dictionary - No Popery Riots
So called from the head of the movement, Lord George Gordon, they are also sometimes known as the No Popery Riots. They occurred in London, England from June 2, to June 9, 1780. The "Protestant Association" had prevented the introduction of a Catholic Relief Bill in Scotland, and were encouraged to work for the repeal of the Catholic Relief Bill in England and Canada. Lord George Gordon, president of both the English and the Scotch associations, procured a petition for the repeal of the Relief Bill, signed by more than 30,000 names, and carried it to the House of Commons, June 2, 1780, accompanied by a huge procession wearing blue cockades and carrying flags with the device "No Popery." Attacks were made on the property of Catholics, and as the riot spread the prisons were fired and many Protestants suffered. The crowd was finally dispersed by a military force. Lord George Gordon was acquitted. Probably he did not foresee the result of his actions. Some compensation was paid to the Catholics for their losses.
Charles Spurgeon's Illustration Collection - Professors (Mere): Have No Changes
Artificial piety, like flowers in wax, droops not in the hour of drought, but the fair lily of true grace hangs its head if the rain of heaven be denied. True faith, like fire, has its attendant smoke of unbelief but presumption like a painted flame is all brightness. Like ships at sea, true Christians have their storms; but mere professors, like pictured galleys on the canvas, ride on an unruffled ocean. Life has its changes; 'tis death that abideth the same. Life has muscle, sinew, brain, spirit, and these vary in physical condition; but the petrified limbs of death lie still until the worm has devoured the carcase. Life weeps as well as smiles, but the ghastly grin of death relaxes not with anxiety or fear. Moab hath no changes; he is 'settled upon his lees: he has not been emptied from vessel to vessel.' 'They are not in trouble as other men, neither are they plagued like other men.' As no weather can give ague to marble, as no variation of temperature can bring fever to iron, so to some men the events of life, the temptations of prosperity, or the trials Of adversity, bring little change. Yet were it better to ebb and flow for ever like the sea, than rot in endless stagnation of false peace. Better to be hunted by the hounds of hell, and so driven to the shelter of the cross, than to dwell at ease and be fattening for the devil's shambles.
Charles Spurgeon's Illustration Collection - Understanding: No Time For
How is it, my dear,' inquired a schoolmistress of a little girl, 'that you do not understand this simple thing?' 'I do not know, indeed,' she answered, with a perplexed look; 'but I sometimes think I have so many things to learn that I have not the time to understand.'
Alas! there may be much hearing, much reading, much attendance at public services, and very small result, and all because the word was not the subject of thought, and was never embraced by the understanding. What is not understood is like meat undigested, more likely to be injurious than nourishing.
Fausset's Bible Dictionary - No
NO or No Amon (margin, Nahum 3:8), rather than "populous No." So Jeremiah 46:25, "the multitude," rather "Amon of No." So Ezekiel 30:14-16. Named from Amen, Thebes' chief god (from whence the Greeks call it "the city of Zeus" or "Diospolis".) Appearing in many kings' names, as Amenophis. Connected by some with Ham, Noah's son, or Aman "the nourisher," or Hamon "the sun god," or Amon "the artificer." Septuagint translated "the portion of Amon." Inscriptions call him Amon-re, "Amon the sun." A human figure with ram's head, seated on a chair (See AMEN.) Nahum describes Thebes as "situate among the rivers" (including the canals watering the city) on both sides of the Nile, which no other town of ancient Egypt is. Ezekiel's prophecy that it should be "rent asunder" is fulfilled to the letter, Amen's vast temple lying shattered as if by an earthquake (Ezekiel 30:16).
Famed in Homer's Iliad (ix. 381) for its "hundred gates," but as no wall appears traceable either the reference is to the propylaea or portals of its numerous temples (Diod. Sicul., but warriors would not march through them), or else the surrounding mountains (100 of them pierced with catacombs and therefore called Beeban el Meluke, "the gates of the kings") which being mutually detached form so many avenues between them into the city. But the general usage of walling towns favors the view that the walls have disappeared. Her "rampart was the sea, and her wall from (or, as Maurer, consisted of) the sea," namely, the Nile (Isaiah 19:5). Homer says it possessed 20,000 war chariots, which Diodorus Siculus confirms by saying there were 100 stables along the river capable of accommodating 200 horses each. Sargon after destroying Samaria attacked Hoshea's ally, So or Sabacho II, and destroyed in part No-Amon or Thebes (Isaiah 20).
"The monuments represent Sargon warring with Egypt and imposing tribute on the Pharaoh of the time, also Egypt as in that close connection with Ethiopia which Isaiah and Nahum imply" (G. Rawlinson). No is written Ni'a in the Assyrian inscriptions. Asshur-bani-pal twice took Thebes. "No," if Semitic, is related to naah , "abode," "pasture," answering to Thebes' low situation on a plain. The sacred name was Ηa-Αmen , "the abode of Amen"; the common name was Ap or Ape, "capital." The feminine article prefixed made it Tape, Thape, Coptic Thabu, Greek Thebes. No hieroglyphics are found in it earlier than the sixth dynasty, three centuries later than Menes, a native of This in the Thebaid, the founder of Memphis. Diodorus states the circuit was 140 furlongs. Strabo (xvii. 47) describes the two colossal figures, "each a single stone, the one entire, the upper part of the other from the chair fallen, the result of an earthquake (Ezekiel 30:16). Once a day a noise as of a slight blow issues from that part of the statue which remains still in the seat and on its base": the vocal Memnon.
The Nile's deposit has accumulated to the depth of seven feet around them. It is two miles broad, four long; the four landmarks being Karnak and Luxor on the right bank, Quurnah and Medinet Haboo on the left. Temples and palaces extended along the left bank for two miles. First the Maneptheion palace or temple of Seti Oimenepthah of the 19th dynasty, a mile from the river. A mile S. is the so named Memnonium of Amenophis III, called Miamun or "Memnon," really the Ramesseium of Rameses the Great, with his statue of a single block of syenite marble, 75 ft. high, 887 tons weight, the king seated on his throne. The vocal Memnon and its fellow are a quarter of a mile further S. Somewhat S. of this is the S. Ramesseium, the magnificent palace temple of Rameses III, one of the ruins of Medinet Haboo. The columns are seven feet diameter at the base and 23 ft. round. Within the second and grand court stood a Christian church afterward. The right bank has the facade of Luxor facing the river.
The chief entrance looks N. toward Karnak, with which once it was joined by an avenue more than a mile long, of sphinxes with rams' heads and lions' bodies (one is in the British Museum). Colossal statues of Rameses the Great are one on each side of the gateway. In front stood a pair of red granite obelisks, one of which now adorns the Place de la Concorde, Paris. The courts of the Karnak temple occupy 1,800 square feet, and its buildings represent every dynasty from Ptolemy Physcon, 117 B.C., 2000 years backward. It is two miles in circumference. The grand hall has twelve central pillars, 66 ft. high, 12 ft. diameter. On either side are seven rows, each column 42 ft. high, nine feet diameter. There are in all 134 pillars in an area 170 ft. by 329. The outer wall is 40 ft. thick at the base and 100 high. On it is represented Shishak's expedition against Jerusalem and "the land of the king of Judah "under Rehoboam (1 Kings 14:25; 2 Chronicles 12:2-9). It records also Tirhakah the Ethiopian's exploits. In the 12th and 13th dynasties of Manetho, first, Theban kings appear.
When the nomads from the N.E., the Hyksos or shepherd kings, invaded Egypt and fixed their capital at Memphis, a native dynasty was maintained in Thebes. Ultimately, the Hyksos were expelled and Thebes became the capital of all Egypt under the 18th dynasty, the city's golden era. Thebes then swayed Libya and Ethiopia, and carried its victorious arms into Syria, Media, and Persia. It retained its supremacy for 500 years, to the close of the 19th dynasty, then under the 20th dynasty it began to decline. Sargon's blow upon Thebes was inflicted early in Hezekiah's reign. Nahum (Nahum 3:8; Nahum 3:10) in the latter part of that reign speaks of her being already "carried away into captivity, her young children dashed in pieces at the top of all the streets, lots cast for her honourable men, and all her great men bound in chains," notwithstanding her having Ethiopia, Egypt, Put, and Lubim as "her strength and it was infinite," and makes her a warning to Nineveh.
A still heavier blow was dealt by Nebuchadnezzar, as Jeremiah (Jeremiah 46:25-26) foretells: "Behold I will punish Anjou No and Pharaoh and Egypt, with their gods and their kings. Afterward it shall be inhabited." This last prophecy was fulfilled 40 years after Nebuchadnezzar's conquest of Egypt, when under Cyrus it threw off the Babylonian yoke. So Ezekiel 29:10-15, "I will make ... Egypt ... waste ... from the tower of Syene (N.) even unto Ethiopia (the extreme S.) ... Yet at the end of 40 (the number expressing affliction and judgment, so the 40 days of the flood rains) years will I ... bring again the captivity of Egypt." The Persian Cambyses gave the finishing blow to No-Amon's greatness, leveling Rameses' statue and setting fire to the temples and palaces. In vain the Ptolemies tried subsequently to restore its greatness. It now consists of Arab huts amidst stately ruins and drifting sands.
Holman Bible Dictionary - No, No-Amon
(noh, noh-ay' mahn) Ancient name for Egyptian city of Thebes (modern Luxor). Inherent in its name is its reputation. No is a word for the best of cities and Amon the name of the Egyptian god, Amun-Re. Jeremiah ( Jeremiah 46:25 ), Ezekiel (Jeremiah 30:14-15 ,Jeremiah 30:14-15,30:16 ), and Nahum (Jeremiah 3:8 ) were well aware of its prominence. To attack this capital city was to strike at the heart and spirit of Egypt.
Although Thebes existed before the Middle Kingdom (about 2040-1750 B.C.), it was not particularly noteworthy. In the New Kingdom (about 1550-1070 B.C.) Thebes became the worship and cultural center of Egypt. Pharaoh after pharaoh added to the magnificent temples of Karnak and its “queen” just to the south, Luxor. These two edifices dominated the east side of the Nile while the funerary temples, and the valleys of the kings (Biban el-Moluk) and queens occupied the west side. Deir el-Bahri (Hatshepsut), the Memnon Colossi (Amenhotep III), the Ramasseum (Rameses II), and Medinet Habu (Rameses III) are just a few sites still witnessing to the past glory of Thebes. As Nahum indicated, Thebes was not invincible. In 661 B.C. Ashurbanipal (of Assyria) sacked the sacred site. Mortally wounded, the city never fully recovered. See Egypt .
Gary C. Huckabay
Charles Spurgeon's Illustration Collection - Money-Making: No Time For
A gentlemen of Boston (U. S.), an intimate friend of Professor Agassiz, once expressed his wonder that a man of such abilities as he (Agassiz) possessed should remain contented with such a moderate income. 'I have enough,' was Agassiz's reply. 'I have not time to make money. Life is not sufficiently long to enable a man to get rich, and do his duty to his fellow men at the same time.' Christian, have you time to serve your God and yet to give your whole soul to gaining wealth? The question is left for conscience to answer.
Charles Spurgeon's Illustration Collection - Position: No Barrier to Grace
Grace makes itself equally at home in the palace and the cottage. No condition necessitates its absence, no position precludes its flourishing. One may compare it in its power to live and blossom in all places to the beautiful blue-bell of Scotland, of which the poetess sings::
'No rock is too high, no vale too low, For its fragile and tremulous form to grow: It crowns the mountain With azure bells, And decks the fountain In forest dells. It wreathes the ruin with clusters grey, Bowing and smiling the livelong day.'
Webster's Dictionary - Seek-No-Further
(n.) A kind of choice winter apple, having a subacid taste; - formerly called go-no-further.
Hitchcock's Bible Names - No
Stirring up; forbidding
Morrish Bible Dictionary - No
This is the scripture name of THEBES,a noted city in Egypt, built on both sides of the river Nile, having a hundred gates, situate about 25 46' N. Its position is alluded to in Nahum 3:8-10 , where the Nile is called 'the sea,' and 'the rivers' refer to the canals. Instead of 'populous No,' 'No of Amon' should be read, referring to the Egyptian god Amon; and in Jeremiah 46:25 for 'the multitude of No,' 'Amon of No' should be read.
The passage in Nahum refers to some past desolation. Assyria had been able to distress Egypt before this prophecy, and the reference there is probably to an attack on Egypt by Sargon (B.C. 722-705): cf. Isaiah 20:1-5 . The account in Jeremiah 46 speaks of the city being delivered into the hands of Nebuchadnezzar, though afterwards it should be inhabited as in days of old. God's judgements on the city are also foretold in Ezekiel 30:14-16 . Nebuchadnezzar overran Egypt in B.C. 581, and in 526 Cambyses conquered it.
The perishable nature of human greatness is evidenced in a striking manner in Egypt by miserable huts being in close proximity to ruins of colossal buildings which could have been reared only at the cost of immense labour and the exercise of much skill.
Vine's Expository Dictionary of OT Words - No
Ayin (אַיִן, Strong's #369), “no; not; nothing; or else, nor.” Cognates of this word appear in Akkadian, Ugaritic, and Phoenician (Punic). The word appears 789 times in biblical Hebrew and in all periods.
'Ayin may be used absolutely, with no suffixes and not in a construct chain. When so used the word signifies nonexistence. This is its use and significance in Gen. 2:5 (the first occurrence): “… And there was not a man to till the ground.” Preceded by the particle ‘im, the word may mean “not”: “Is the Lord among us, or not?” (Exod. 17:7). In Gen. 30:1 this construction means “or else.” In other contexts the word means “nothing”: “… Mine age is as nothing before thee …” (Ps. 39:5).
In the construct state 'ayin has the same basic meaning. In one special nuance the word is virtually a predicate meaning “there is not” or “we do not have” (Num. 14:42; cf. Gen. 31:50). In several contexts the word might be translated “without”: “Without counsel purposes are disappointed …” (Prov. 15:22). Preceded by the preposition min, ‘ayin can mean “because” (Jer. 7:32). Elsewhere the word expresses simple negation: “They have ears, but they hear not; neither is there any breath in their mouths” (Ps. 135:17).
With a suffixed pronoun 'ayin negates the existence of the one or thing so represented; with the suffixed pronoun “he,” the word means “he was no longer”: “And Enoch walked with God: and he was [1]; for God took him” (Gen. 5:24).
This word should be distinguished from another 'ayin meaning “whence,” or “from where.”
Watson's Biblical & Theological Dictionary - No
or NO-AMMON, a city of Egypt, supposed to be Thebes.
The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary - No
We read in the prophet Nahum of populous No. (Nahum 3:8) And Jeremiah and Ezekiel both speak of this city. (Jeremiah 46:25; Ezekiel 30:14, etc.) But we know very little about it.
Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - No
* For NO see +, p. 9.
Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - No Man, No One, Neither Any Man
* Note: Oudeis and medeis, "no one, no man," are related to one another in much the same way as indicated above under ouketi and meketi. Instances of oudeis are Matthew 6:24 ; 9:16 ; 24:36 (RV, "no one"); John 1:18 ; 3:2,13,32 ; 14:6 ; 16:22 (RV, "no one"); 2 Corinthians 7:2 (thrice); Hebrews 12:14 ; 1 John 4:12 ; Revelation 2:17 , RV, "no one;" so Revelation 5:3,4 ; 19:12 ; in Revelation 3:7,8 ; 15:8 (RV, "none"); in Revelation 7:9 ; 14:3 , "no man." In all these cases "man" stands for "person." The spelling outheis occurs occasionally in the mss.; Westcott and Hort adopt it in 2 Corinthians 11:8 , in the genitive case outhenos.
Instances of medeis are Matthew 8:4 (almost all those in the Synoptists are cases of prohibition or admonition); Acts 9:7 ; Romans 12:17 ; 1 Corinthians 3:18,21 ; Galatians 6:17 ; Ephesians 5:6 ; Colossians 2:18 ; 1 Thessalonians 3:3 ; 1 Timothy 4:12 ; Revelation 3:11 , RV, "no one."
Notes: (1) In some mss. the negative me and the indefinite pronoun tis, "some one, anyone," appear as one word, metis (always separated in the best mss.), e.g., Matthew 8:28 , "no man;" so in 1 Corinthians 16:11 ; 2 Corinthians 11:16 ; 2 Thessalonians 2:3 . The words are separated also in Matthew 24:4 ; 2 Corinthians 8:20 (RV, "any man," after "avoiding"); Revelation 13:17 . These instances represent either impossibility or prohibition (see under NO LONGER , No. 2); contrast ouch (i.e., ou) ... tis in Hebrews 5:4 , "no man (taketh)," where a direct negative statement is made. (2) In 2 Corinthians 11:10 the negative ou, "not," is translated "no man" (AV marg. "not"); in 1 Corinthians 4:6 , e.g., the negative me is translated "no one;" in Romans 14:13 , the negative me, used in an admonition, is translated "no man."
Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - No Wise, Anywise
1: οὐ μή (Strong's #3364 — particle — ou me — oo may ) a double negative, strongly expressing a negation, is translated "in no wise" in Matthew 5:18,20 , RV (AV, "in no case"); Matthew 10:42 ; Luke 18:17 ; John 6:37 ; Acts 13:41 ; Revelation 21:27 ; in Matthew 13:14 (twice, RV; AV, "not"); so in Mark 9:1 ; Luke 9:27 ; John 4:48 ; Acts 28:26 (twice); 1 Thessalonians 4:15 ; in Luke 10:19 , RV "(nothing) ... in any wise" (AV, "by any means").
Note: In 2 Thessalonians 2:3 , RV, "(no man) ... in any wise" (AV, "by any means"), the double negative is me ... medena.
2: οὐδαμῶς (Strong's #3760 — Adverb — oudamos — oo-dam-oce' ) akin to the adjective oudamos, "not even one" (not in the NT), denotes "by no means, in no wise," Matthew 2:6 .
3: οὐχ (Strong's #3756 3843 — particle — ou pantos — oo ) lit., "not altogether," i.e., "wholly not" (from pas, "all"), is rendered "in no wise" in Romans 3:9 .
Note: In Luke 13:11 the phrase eis to panteles, lit., "unto the complete end" (pas, "all," telos, "an end"), i.e., "completely, utterly," preceded by the negative me, is translated "in no wise" ("who was utterly unable to lift herself up"). Cp. Hebrews 7:25 , where the same phrase is used without a negative, signifying "to the uttermost."
* For ON THIS WISE see THUS (b)
Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - No Longer, No More
1: οὐκέτι (Strong's #3765 — Adverb — ouketi — ook-et'-ee ) a negative adverb of time, signifies "no longer, no more" (ou, "not," k, euphonic, eti "longer"), denying absolutely and directly, e.g., Matthew 19:6 ; John 4:42 , "now ... not;" John 6:66 ; Acts 20:25,38 ; 2 Corinthians 1:23 , AV, "not as yet;" Ephesians 2:19 ; with another negative, to strengthen the negation, e.g., Matthew 22:46 ; Mark 14:25 ; 15:5 , RV, "no more (anything)," AV, "yet ... no (thing);" Acts 8:39 ; Revelation 18:11,14 .
2: μηκέτι (Strong's #3371 — Adverb — meketi — may-ket'-ee ) with the same meaning as No. 1, but generally expressing a prohibition, e.g., Matthew 21:19 ; John 5:14 ; Romans 14:13 ; Ephesians 4:28 ; 1 Timothy 5:23 ; 1 Peter 4:2 ; indicating some condition expressed or implied, e.g., 1 Thessalonians 3:5 ; or non-existence, when the existence might have been possible under certain conditions, e.g., Mark 1:45 ; 2:2 , RV, "no longer" (AV, "no"). See HENCEFORTH.
Notes: (1) The double negative ou me, "by no means, in no wise," followed by eti, "longer, still, yet," is rendered "no more" in Hebrews 8:12 ; 10:17 ; Revelation 3:12 . (2) In John 15:4 , AV, houtos, "so," followed by oude, "neither," is translated "no more" (RV, "so neither").
American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - No or No-Ammon
See AMMON, or No-Ammon, or No.
Smith's Bible Dictionary - No-a'Mon
(temple of Amon ) ( Nahum 3:8 ) No, (Jeremiah 46:25 ; Ezekiel 30:14,16 ) a city of Egypt, better known under the name of Thebes or Diospolis Magna, the ancient and splendid metropolis of upper Egypt The second part of the first form as the name of Amen , the chief divinity of Thebes, mentioned or alluded to in connection with this place in Jeremiah. There is a difficulty as to the meaning of No. It seems most reasonable to suppose that No is a Shemitic name and that Amen is added in Nahum (l.c.) to distinguish Thebes from some other place bearing the same name or on account of the connection of Amen with that city. The description of No-amon as "situated among the rivers, the waters round about it" (Nah. l.c.), remarkably characterizes Thebes. (It lay on both sides of the Nile, and was celebrated for its hundred gates, for its temples, obelisks, statues. etc. It was emphatically the city of temples, in the ruins of which many monuments of ancient Egypt are preserved, The plan of the city was a parallelogram, two miles from north to south and four from east to west, but none suppose that in its glory if really extended 33 miles along both aides of the Nile. Thebes was destroyed by Ptolemy, B.C. 81, and since then its population has dwelt in villages only. --ED.)
Smith's Bible Dictionary - No-Adi'ah
(whom Jehovah meets ).
A Levite, son of Binnui who with Meremoth, Eleazar and Jozabad weighed the vessels of gold and silver belonging to the temple which were brought back from Babylon. (Ezra 8:33 ) (B.C. 459.)
The prophetess Noadiah joined Sanballet and Tobiah in their attempt to intimidate Nehemiah. (Nehemiah 6:14 ) (B.C. 445.)
Smith's Bible Dictionary - No
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Smith's Bible Dictionary - am'Mon-No
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2: γίνομαι (Strong's #1096 — Verb — ginomai — ghin'-om-ahee ) "to become," is translated "waxed" in Luke 13:19 , AV (RV, "became"); in Hebrews 11:34 , AV and RV, "waxed:" see COME , No. ...
Note: This verb forms part of the translation of certain tenses of other verbs; see, e. , BOLD, A, No. 2, COLD, C, CONFIDENT, B, No. 1, CORRUPT, A, No. 2, STRONG, B, No. 2, WANTON, B, Nos. 1 and 2, WEARY, No. 2, WROTH, No
Unprofitable - Bringing No profit producing No gain beyond the labor, expenses and interest of capital as unprofitable land unprofitable stock unprofitable employment. Producing No improvement or advantage useless serving No purpose as an unprofitable life unprofitable study. Not useful to others. Misimproving talents bringing No glory to God as an unprofitable servant
no-Amon - No-AMON. See No
Na - ) No, Not. See No
Infinite - en mispar , 'no number:' only applied to the understanding of the Lord. en qets , 'no end. ' Eliphaz, quite unintelligent as to Job's case, said there was 'no end' of his iniquities. There was 'no end' to the strength of Ethiopia and Egypt in supporting the city No; yet it was carried away: so would God's judgements fall upon Nineveh
Thebes - See AMMON, or No-Ammon, or No
no or no-Ammon - See AMMON, or No-Ammon, or No
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A — 2: οὐκέτι (Strong's #3765 — Adverb — ouketi — ook-et'-ee ) "no more, No longer" (ou, "not," k, euphonic, and No. 1), is rendered "no longer" in the RV of Mark 7:12 (AV, "no more"); John 15:15 , RV (AV, "henceforth Not"); Romans 14:15 , RV (AV, "now . Not"); Galatians 2:20 , RV (AV, "yet Not"); Galatians 3:25 ; 4:7 (AV, "no more"); Philemon 1:16 (AV, "not Now"). See HENCEFORTH , MORE , NoW , YET. ...
A — 3: μηκέτι (Strong's #3371 — Adverb — meketi — may-ket'-ee ) also means "no more, No longer," but generally suggests what is a matter of thought or supposition, whereas No. It is rendered "any longer" in Acts 25:24 ; "no longer," in Mark 2:2 , RV, "no longer (room)," AV, "no (room);" 2 Corinthians 5:15 , RV (AV, "not hence-forth"); Ephesians 4:14 , RV (AV, "no more"); Ephesians 4:17 , RV (AV, "henceforth . Not"); 1 Thessalonians 3:1,5 ; 1 Timothy 5:23 ; 1 Peter 4:2 . See (negatively) HENCEFORTH , HENCEFORWARD , HEREAFTER , No MORE. A, No. 4), is used with chronos, "time," in Acts 18:20 , "a longer time," RV (AV, "longer")
Useless - ) Having, or being of, No use; unserviceable; producing No good end; answering No valuable purpose; Not advancing the end proposed; unprofitable; ineffectual; as, a useless garment; useless pity
no Longer, no More - 1: οὐκέτι (Strong's #3765 — Adverb — ouketi — ook-et'-ee ) a negative adverb of time, signifies "no longer, No more" (ou, "not," k, euphonic, eti "longer"), denying absolutely and directly, e. , Matthew 19:6 ; John 4:42 , "now . Not;" John 6:66 ; Acts 20:25,38 ; 2 Corinthians 1:23 , AV, "not as yet;" Ephesians 2:19 ; with another negative, to strengthen the negation, e. , Matthew 22:46 ; Mark 14:25 ; 15:5 , RV, "no more (anything)," AV, "yet . No (thing);" Acts 8:39 ; Revelation 18:11,14 . ...
2: μηκέτι (Strong's #3371 — Adverb — meketi — may-ket'-ee ) with the same meaning as No. , 1 Thessalonians 3:5 ; or Non-existence, when the existence might have been possible under certain conditions, e. , Mark 1:45 ; 2:2 , RV, "no longer" (AV, "no"). ...
Notes: (1) The double negative ou me, "by No means, in No wise," followed by eti, "longer, still, yet," is rendered "no more" in Hebrews 8:12 ; 10:17 ; Revelation 3:12 . (2) In John 15:4 , AV, houtos, "so," followed by oude, "neither," is translated "no more" (RV, "so neither")
Valueless - ) Being of No value; having No worth
Unparented - ) Having No parent, or No acknowledged parent
Doing - * For DOING see DEED , No. 3, DO, No
Leafless - ) Having No leaves or foliage; bearing No foliage
Presently - * For PRESENTLY see FORTHWITH , No. 1, and IMMEDIATELY, No
Record - * For RECORD (AV) see TESTIFY , No. 3, TESTIMONY, No
Soon - * For SOON see IMMEDIATELY , No. 1 and QUICKLY, No
Superfluity - * For SUPERFLUITY see ABUNDANCE , A, No. 2, B, No
Sinewless - ) Having No sinews; hence, having No strength or vigor
Printless - ) Making No imprint. ) Making No imprint
Unmarried - Not married having No husband or No wife
Audience - * For AUDIENCE see HEARING , A, No. 1, B, No
Ransom - The work of CHRIST does Not avail after death. ...
Psalm 49:7 (b) The redeeming of the soul is by the precious Blood of JESUS, and there is No substitute for it. No person, Nor priest, can buy salvation for another. No woman, No man, No church, No religion, No good works, No money, No prayers can avail for this purpose
Shun - * For SHUN see AVOID , No. 4, and DRAW, (B), No
Upright - * For UPRIGHT see STRAIGHT , No. 2; UPRIGHTLY see WALK , No
Willingly - * Notes: (1) For hekon see WILL , B, No. (3) For Philemon 1:14 see WILLING , A, No. (4) For 2 Peter 3:5 see WILL , C, No
Anxiety And Anxious - * For ANXIETY and ANXIOUS see CARE , A, No. 1, B, No
Valiant - * For VALIANT see MIGHTY , B, No. 2, STRONG, No
Unknown - * For UNKNOWN see IGNORANCE , B, No. 1, and KNOW, B, No
Short - * For SHORT (Adjective and Adverb) see LITTLE , A, No. 2 and B, No. ...
Note: In 1 Thessalonians 2:17 , "a short season," is lit. , "a season of an hour" (hora); see HOUR , SEASON , No
Trackless - ) Having No track; marked by No footsteps; untrodden; as, a trackless desert
Sleepless - ) Having No rest; perpetually agitated. ) Having No sleep; wakeful
Afraid - * For AFRAID see AFFRIGHTED , A, FEAR , A, No. 2, B, No, D, SORE ...
Quarrel - * For QUARREL See COMPLAINT , No. 2, and SET, No
Topless - ) Having No top, or No visble fop; hence, fig
Aside - * For ASIDE see LAY , No. 8, TAKE, No. 3, TURN, Nos. 3,17, Note (1) ...
Uncorruptible - * For UNCORRUPTIBLE see CORRUPT , C, No. For UNCORRUPTNESS, see CORRUPT , B, No
Swaddle (And Forms) - ...
Ezekiel 16:4 (b) Before GOD took Abram to begin a new nation, he and his family were just rough heathen, with No GOD, No hope, and No divine law. They were like a little baby that has No care, No protection, and No provision
Eternity - Attribute of God expressing that He had No beginning and will have No end, i. The very essence of God demands His existence, and that there never was a possibility of His Not being. There is No succession of anything, succession belongs to time. God alone is eternal, there is in Him No past, No future, everything is the never beginning and never ending present
no Man, no One, Neither Any Man - * Note: Oudeis and medeis, "no one, No man," are related to one another in much the same way as indicated above under ouketi and meketi. Instances of oudeis are Matthew 6:24 ; 9:16 ; 24:36 (RV, "no one"); John 1:18 ; 3:2,13,32 ; 14:6 ; 16:22 (RV, "no one"); 2 Corinthians 7:2 (thrice); Hebrews 12:14 ; 1 John 4:12 ; Revelation 2:17 , RV, "no one;" so Revelation 5:3,4 ; 19:12 ; in Revelation 3:7,8 ; 15:8 (RV, "none"); in Revelation 7:9 ; 14:3 , "no man. ; Westcott and Hort adopt it in 2 Corinthians 11:8 , in the genitive case outhenos. ...
Instances of medeis are Matthew 8:4 (almost all those in the Synoptists are cases of prohibition or admonition); Acts 9:7 ; Romans 12:17 ; 1 Corinthians 3:18,21 ; Galatians 6:17 ; Ephesians 5:6 ; Colossians 2:18 ; 1 Thessalonians 3:3 ; 1 Timothy 4:12 ; Revelation 3:11 , RV, "no one. " ...
Notes: (1) In some mss. the negative me and the indefinite pronoun tis, "some one, anyone," appear as one word, metis (always separated in the best mss. , Matthew 8:28 , "no man;" so in 1 Corinthians 16:11 ; 2 Corinthians 11:16 ; 2 Thessalonians 2:3 . These instances represent either impossibility or prohibition (see under No LONGER , No. tis in Hebrews 5:4 , "no man (taketh)," where a direct negative statement is made. (2) In 2 Corinthians 11:10 the negative ou, "not," is translated "no man" (AV marg. "not"); in 1 Corinthians 4:6 , e. , the negative me is translated "no one;" in Romans 14:13 , the negative me, used in an admonition, is translated "no man
Unharbored - ) Affording No harbor or shelter. ) Having No harbor or shelter; unprotected
Living - * For LIVING see BEHAVIOR , B, No. 1, LIFE, Nos. 2,6, and LIVE, No. 3, Note ...
Presence - A — 1: πρόσωπον (Strong's #4383 — Noun Neuter — prosopon — pros'-o-pon ) see FACE , No. 1 (also APPEARANCE, No. ...
A — 2: παρουσία (Strong's #3952 — Noun Feminine — parousia — par-oo-see'-ah ) see COMING (Noun), No. ...
B — 1: ἔμπροσθεν (Strong's #1715 — Adverb — emprosthen — em'-pros-then ) see BEFORE , A, No. ...
B — 2: ἐνώπιον (Strong's #1799 — Preposition — enopion — en-o'-pee-on ) is translated "in the presence of" in Luke 1:19 ; 13:26 ; 14:10 ; 15:10 ; John 20:30 ; Revelation 14:10 (twice); in 1 Corinthians 1:29 AV, "in His presence" (RV, "before God"): see BEFORE , A, No. ...
B — 3: κατενώπιον (Strong's #2714 — Adverb — katenopion — kat-en-o'-pee-on ) kata, "down," and No. See BEFORE , A, No. See BEFORE , A, No
Acritical - ) Having No crisis; giving No indications of a crisis; as, acritical symptoms, an acritical abscess
Unallied - ) Not allied; having No ally; having No connection or relation; as, unallied species or genera
Similitude - * Note: For homoioma, rendered "similitude" in Romans 5:14 , AV, see LIKENESS , No. For homoiotes, "similitude" in Hebrews 7:15 AV, see LIKE , C, Note (1), and LIKENESS, No. For homoiosis, "similitude" in James 3:9 , AV, see LIKENESS , No
Wear, Wearing - A — 1: φορέω (Strong's #5409 — Verb — phoreo — for-eh'-o ) a frequentative form of phero, "to bear," and denoting "repeated or habitual action," is chiefly used of clothing, weapons, etc. See BEAR , No. ; some have No. 3); in Luke 8:27 (Middle Voice), in some texts; the best have No. For Luke 16:19 , see CLOTHE , No. ...
A — 3: ἐνδύω (Strong's #1746 — Verb — enduo — en-doo'-o ) is rendered "to wear" in Luke 8:27 (Middle Voice; see No. See CLOTHE , No. 2, PUT, No. ...
A — 4: κλίνω (Strong's #2827 — Verb — klino — klee'-no ) "to bend, decline," is used of a day, "wearing" away, Luke 9:12 (in Luke 24:29 , "is far spent"). See BOW , No. 4, FLIGHT, B, LAY, No. For this and the somewhat different application in 1 Corinthians 9:27 , see BUFFET , No. ...
B — 1: περίθεσις (Strong's #4025 — Noun Feminine — perithesis — per-ith'-es-is ) "a putting around or on" (peri, "around," tithemi, "to put"), is used in 1 Peter 3:3 of "wearing" jewels of gold (RV)
Wise - 1: οὐ μή (Strong's #3364 — particle — ou me — oo may ) a double negative, expressing an emphatic negation, "by No means," is rendered "in No wise" in Matthew 10:42 ; Luke 18:17 ; John 6:37 ; Acts 13:41 ; Revelation 21:27 . ...
2: πάντως (Strong's #3843 — Adverb — pantos — pan'-toce ) "altogether, by all means," is used with the negative ou ("not") in Romans 3:9 , stating a complete denial, rendered "No, in No wise. ...
3: παντελής (Strong's #3838 — Adjective — panteles — pan-tel-ace' ) the neuter of panteles, is used with the negative me, and with eis to, "unto the," in Luke 13:11 , and translated "in No wise," lit. , "not to the uttermost:" see UTTERMOST , No
Resistless - ) Having No power to resist; making No opposition
Play - Exodus 32:6 (c) We may consider that this act represents the carelessness and the heedlessness of the unsaved, who while living in their sins, and enjoying evil pleasures, have No fear of GOD, No regard for His Word, and No care about their destiny
Roofless - ) Having No house or home; shelterless; homeless. ) Having No roof; as, a roofless house
Unmoral - ) Having No moral perception, quality, or relation; involving No idea of morality; - distinguished from both moral and immoral
Unmovable - * For UNMOVABLE, Acts 27:41 , see MOVE , B, No. 1; in 1 Corinthians 15:58 , MOVE, B, No
Futile - ) Of No importance; answering No useful end; useless; vain; worthless
Void - 1: κενόω (Strong's #2758 — Verb — kenoo — ken-o'-o ) "to empty, make of No effect," is rendered "to make void," in Romans 4:14 ; 1 Corinthians 1:17 , RV; 9:15; 2 Corinthians 9:3 , RV. See EFFECT (of None), No. 3, EMPTY, VAIN, B, No. ...
2: ἀθετέω (Strong's #114 — Verb — atheteo — ath-et-eh'-o ) for which see DISANNUL , No. ...
3: ἀκυρόω (Strong's #208 — Verb — akuroo — ak-oo-ro'-o ) for which see DISANNUL , No. ...
Notes: (1) In Romans 3:31 , AV, katargeo is translated "to make void. " See ABOLISH , EFFECT (of None), No
Mastless - ) Having No mast; as, a mastless vessel. ) Bearing No mast; as, a mastless oak or beech
Acotyledonous - ) Having No seed lobes, as the dodder; also applied to plants which have No true seeds, as ferns, mosses, etc
Nothing - NoTH'ING, n. No and thing. Not any thing Not any being or existence a word that denies the existence of any thing Non-entity opposed to something. The world was created from Nothing. Non-existnce a state of annihilation. Not any thing Not any particular thing, deed or event. Nothing was done to redeem our character. He thought Nothing done, while any thing remained to be done. A determination to choose Nothing is a determination Not to choose the truth. No other thing. Nothing but this will entitle you to God's acceptance. No part, portion, quantity or degree. The troops manifested Nothing of irresolution in the attack. Yet had his aspect Nothing of severe. No importance No value No use. Behold, ye are of Nothing, and your work of naught. No possession of estate a low condition. A man that from very Nothing is grown to an unspeakable estate. A thing of No proportion to something, or of trifling value or advantage. The charge of making the ground, and otherwise, is great, but Nothing to the profit. A trifle a thing of No consideration or importance. Tis Nothing, says the fool but says the friend, this Nothing, sir, will bring you to your end. ...
To make Nothing of, to make No difficulty or to consider as trifling, light or unimportant. ...
We are industrious to presere our bodies from slavery, but we make Nothing of suffering our souls to be slaves to our lusts. ...
NoTH'ING, adv. In No degree Not at all. ...
Adam, with such counsel Nothing sway'd-- ...
In the phrase, Nothing worth, the words are transposed the natural order being, worth Nothing
Power - It is important to see the difference between them, for their signification is Not at all the same. No. ' No. ' The latter always supposes power to exercise the right; but in the former there is No thought of right or authority. No. which will help further to show the character of the word, contrasted with No. No. 2 is often translated 'power' where some other word would convey the sense better; but there is No single word in the English language that exactly answers to the Greek, and which would suit in all places. "There is No 'authority' but of God," No. Along with 'principality' occurs No. ...
The principal thing to remember is that No. 2 signifies a delegated right or title, with the presumed power or strength to enforce the right; whereas in No
None - NoNE, a. Not one used of persons or things. There is None that doeth good No, Not one. Not any Not a part Not the least portion. Six days shall ye gather it, but on the seventh day, which is the sabbath, in it there shall be None. It was formerly used before Nouns as, thou shalt have None assurance of thy life. This use is obsolete we Now use No thou shalt have No assurance. This is None other but the house of God we Now say, No other. It is used as a substitute, the Noun being omitted. He walketh through dry places, seeking rest and finding None that is, No rest. In the following phrase, it is used for Nothing, or No concern. Israel would None of me, that is, Israel would Not listen to me at all they would have No concern with me they utterly rejected my counsels. As a substitute, None has a plural signification. Terms of peace were None vouchsafed
Idle - Matthew 12:36 (a) The words mentioned here are spoken words which do No good work for GOD or man. Idle men are men who are Not working. Idle words are words that are Not working. They are words which when spoken have No value whatever to either GOD or man. ...
Matthew 20:3 (b) This is a picture of Christians who have Not taken up any definite work for GOD but who are spectators in the game of life so far as the church and the Gospel are concerned. ...
Luke 24:11 (b) These tales are stories that have No usable point, give No information, and have No value for their hearers
Apode - ) One of certain animals that have No feet or footlike organs; esp. one of certain fabulous birds which were said to have No feet
Unarmed - ) Having No hard and sharp projections, as spines, prickles, spurs, claws, etc. ) Not armed or armored; having No arms or weapons
Position: no Barrier to Grace - No condition necessitates its absence, No position precludes its flourishing. One may compare it in its power to live and blossom in all places to the beautiful blue-bell of Scotland, of which the poetess sings:: ...
'No rock is too high, No vale too low, For its fragile and tremulous form to grow: It crowns the mountain With azure bells, And decks the fountain In forest dells
Dumah - " Since there is No sound from Heaven, No voice from GOD, No expressions from eternity except what we find in the Bible, the prophet was troubled about it. His trouble made him ask the question, "What of the night?" Few ever ask, "What of the light?", or "What of Heaven?" Many ask, is there a hell? but No one asks, is there a Heaven? This silence is Not broken by audible sounds, but is certainly broken by the Word of GOD
Shimea - See Shammua, No. See Shammah, No
Time - ...
Revelation 10:6 (a) This passage does Not mean that there will be an end to the clocks and that time will be No more. There can be No procrastination, No putting off until later, No indecision, every matter must be immediately attended to, without delay. If the train leaves at 9:00 o'clock, then there is No more time to get on board
Kindle - have No. " See No. ...
Note: Hapto is used of "lighting a lamp," in Luke 8:16 ; 11:33 ; 15:8 . ...
2: περί (Strong's #4012 681 — Preposition — periapto — per-ee' ) properly, "to tie about, attach" (peri, "around," and No. have No. ...
3: ἀνάπτω (Strong's #381 — Verb — anapto — an-ap'-to ) "to light up" (ana, "up," and No. For Acts 28:2 , see No
Shed - 1: ἐκχέω (Strong's #1632 — Verb — ekcheo — ek-kheh'-o, ek-khoo'-no ) "to pour out," is translated "to shed" or "to shed forth" in Acts 2:33 ; Titus 3:6 , AV; of "shedding" blood in murder, Romans 3:15 . See POUR , No. ...
2: ἐκχέω (Strong's #1632 — Verb — ekchuno | ekchunno — ek-kheh'-o, ek-khoo'-no ) a later form of No. 1, is used of the voluntary giving up of His life by Christ through the "shedding" of His blood in crucifixion as an atoning sacrifice, Matthew 26:28 ; Mark 14:24 ; Luke 22:20 , AV, "is shed," RV, "is poured out;" these passages do Not refer to the effect of the piercing of His side (which took place after His death); of the murder of servants of God, Matthew 23:35 ; Luke 11:50 ; Acts 22:20 (in the best texts; others have No. For the "pouring out" of the Holy Spirit, Acts 10:45 , see POUR , No. (The form in the last two passages might equally well come from No
Stretch - 1: ἐκτείνω (Strong's #1614 — Verb — ekteino — ek-ti'-no ) "to stretch out or forth," is so rendered in Matthew 12:13 (twice),49; 14:31; 26:51; Mark 3:5 (twice); Luke 6:10 ; in Matthew 8:3 ; Mark 1:41 ; Luke 5:13 , RV (AV, "put forth"); Luke 22:53 ; John 21:18 ; Acts 4:30 ; 26:1 . For Acts 27:30 see LAY , No. ...
2: ἐπεκτείνω (Strong's #1901 — Verb — epekteino — ep-ek-ti'-nom-ahee ) an intensive form of No. " ...
3: ὑπερεκτείνω (Strong's #5239 — Verb — huperekteino — hoop-er-ek-ti'-no ) "to stretch out beyond" (huper, "over," and No. 1), occurs in 2 Corinthians 10:14 , RV, "we stretch (not) . ...
Note: For ekpetannumi, Romans 10:21 , see SPREAD , No. For epiballo, Acts 12:1 , see PUT , No
Back - 1: νῶτος (Strong's #3577 — Noun Masculine — Notos — No'-tos ) "the back," is derived from a root No--, signifying "to bend, curve
Chin'Nereth - (circuit ), accurately Cinnareth, a fortified city in the tribe of Naphtali, ( Joshua 19:35 ) only, of which No trace is found in later writers, and No remains by travellers
Demisuit - ) A suit of light armor covering less than the whole body, as having No protection for the legs below the thighs, No vizor to the helmet, and the like
Commonwealth - 1: πολιτεία (Strong's #4174 — Noun Feminine — politeia — pol-ee-ti'-ah ) see CITIZENSHIP , No. ...
2: πολίτευμα (Strong's #4175 — Noun Neuter — politeuma — pol-it'-yoo-mah ) see CITIZENSHIP , No
Disposed - It expresses more strongly than thelo (No. See DESIRE , B, No. ...
2: θέλω (Strong's #2309 — Verb — thelo — ) means "to will;" it signifies more especially the natural impulse or volition, and indicates a less formal or deliberate purpose than No. See DESIRE , B, No
Superfluous - See ABUNDANT , C, No. 1, ADVANTAGE, MORE, B, No
Amorphous - ) Of No particular kind or character; anomalous. ) Having No determinate form; of irregular; shapeless
Ungracious - ) Not well received; offensive; unpleasing; unacceptable; Not favored. ) Not gracious; showing No grace or kindness; being without good will; unfeeling. ) Having No grace; graceless; wicked
Keeper - 1: φύλαξ (Strong's #5441 — Noun Masculine — phulax — foo'-lax ) akin to A, No. ...
Note: For tereo, in Matthew 28:4 , see A, No
Obstinate - Stubborn pertinaciously adhering to an opinion or purpose fixed firmly in resolution Not yielding to reason, arguments or other means. I have known great cures done by obstinate resolutions of drinking No wine. ...
No ass so meek, No ass os obstinate. Not yielding or Not easily subdued or removed as an obstinate fever obstinate obstructions an obstinate cough
Effete - ) No longer capable of producing young, as an animal, or fruit, as the earth; hence, worn out with age; exhausted of energy; incapable of efficient action; No longer productive; barren; sterile
Repay - See DELIVER , A, No. 3, RECOMPENSE, B, No. 2, RENDER, No. See RECOMPENSE , B, No. 1, RENDER, No. ...
3: ἀποτίνω (Strong's #661 — Verb — apotino | apotio — ap-ot-ee'-no ) signifying "to pay off" (apo, "off," tino, "to pay a fine"), is used in Philemon 1:19 , of Paul's promise to "repay" whatever Onesimus owed Philemon, or to whatever extent the runaway slave had wronged his master. Moulton and Milligan, who draw this and other illustrations in the way of "repayment," point out that "this verb is stronger than apodidomi (No
Precious, Preciousness - , in James 5:7 ; 1 Peter 1:19 ; 2 Peter 1:4 ; in 1 Corinthians 3:12 , AV (RV, "costly"): see COSTLY , B, No. 1 DEAR, No. ...
2: ἔντιμος (Strong's #1784 — Adjective — entimos — en'-tee-mos ) "precious," 1 Peter 2:4,6 : see DEAR , No. ...
3: πολυτελής (Strong's #4185 — Adjective — poluteles — pol-oo-tel-ace' ) "very expensive," translated "very precious" in Mark 14:3 , AV (RV, "very costly"): see COSTLY , B, No. ...
4: πολύτιμος (Strong's #4186 — Adjective — polutimos — pol-oot'-ee-mos ) "of great value;" comparative degree in 1 Peter 1:7 ; see COSTLY , B, No. 3, DEAR, No. ...
6: ἰσότιμος (Strong's #2472 — Adjective — isotimos — ee-sot'-ee-mos ) "of equal value, held in equal honor" (isos, "equal," and time), is used in 2 Peter 1:1 , "a like precious (faith)," RV (marg. ...
Note: In 1 Peter 2:7 , AV, the Noun time, is translated "precious" (RV, "preciousness"). See HONOR , No
Henceforth, Henceforward - * Notes: (1) Positively, "henceforth" stands for the following: (a) ap' arti (i. , "from Now," e. , "from the Now," e. Not" (or "no more") translates one or other of the negative adverbs ouketi and meketi, "no longer," e. , Acts 4:17 , AV, and RV, "henceforth (to No man);" in the following the RV has "no longer" for the AV, "henceforth" (with a negative), John 15:15 ; Romans 6:6 ; 2 Corinthians 5:15 ; Ephesians 4:17 ; in 2 Corinthians 5:16 (last part), RV, "no more;" in Matthew 21:19 ; Mark 11:14 , "no (fruit
Support - * Notes: (1) In Acts 20:35 , AV, antilambanomai, "to help" (RV), is translated "support. " See HELP , B, No. (2) In 1 Thessalonians 5:14 , antechomai signifies "to support:" see HOLD , No
Unleavened - 1 Corinthians 5:7 (a) Since the word is used to describe the bread in which there is No fermenting yeast, so Now it is used to describe the church in which there are No ungodly sinners, None of the Devil's children, but only those who have been washed in the Blood of the Lamb, made pure and beautiful in CHRIST. No evil doctrines would be permitted in such a church
Tares - In the little pods at the top of the wheat stalk, or that which looks like wheat, there are No grains. So the hypocrite has No value - No eternal life
Health - 1: ὑγιαίνω (Strong's #5198 — Verb — hugianio — hoog-ee-ah'ee-no ) denotes "to be healthy, sound, in good health" (Eng. See SAFE , D, No. 2, SOUND, WHOLE, B, No. ...
Note: In Acts 27:34 , soteria, "salvation, safety," is translated "health" in the AV; the RV, gives the right meaning, "safety
Robe - 1: στολή (Strong's #4749 — Noun Feminine — stole — stol-ay' ) for which see CLOTHING , No. ...
2: χλαμύς (Strong's #5511 — Noun Feminine — chlamus — khlam-ooce' ) "a cloak," is translated "robe" in Matthew 27:28,31 . See CLOTHING , Note (4). ...
3: ἱμάτιον (Strong's #2440 — Noun Neuter — himation — him-at'-ee-on ) is translated "robe" in the AV of John 19:2,5 (RV, "garment"). See APPAREL , No. 2, CLOTHING, No. ...
4: ἐσθής (Strong's #2066 — Noun Feminine — esthes — es-thace' ) "apparel," is translated "robe" in Luke 23:11 (RV, "apparel"). See APPAREL , No
Amon (1) - No-Amon, i. Thebes, or No, the city of Amon, an Egyptian god (Jeremiah 46:25), "the multitude of No," else "Amon of No" ("the Nourisher", Hebrew)
Omniscience - 'No, No,' said his sister, pulling him back; 'no, No; you must Not touch. ' 'Mother won't know it; she did Not count them,' he cried, shaking her off, and stretching out his hand
Vatican Manuscript - One of the principal Greek manuscripts Now extant. The age of this manuscript is supposed to be No higher than the fifth century. ...
See No
Unseemliness, Unseemly - 1: ἀσχημοσύνη (Strong's #808 — Noun Feminine — aschemosune — as-kay-mos-oo'-nay ) from aschemon, "unseemly," is rendered "unseemliness," in Romans 1:27 , RV: see SHAME , No. ...
Note: For "behave . unseemly" see BEHAVE , No
Lipogram - ) A writing composed of words Not having a certain letter or letters; - as in the Odyssey of Tryphiodorus there was No A in the first book, No B in the second, and so on
Quiet, Quietness - ...
A — 2: ἡσύχιος (Strong's #2272 — Adjective — hesuchios — hay-soo'-khee-os ) has much the same meaning as No. 1, but indicates "tranquillity arising from within," causing No distrubance to others. ...
B — 1: ἡσυχάζω (Strong's #2270 — Verb — hesuchazo — hay-soo-khad'-zo ) akin to A, No, 2, "to be still, to live quietly:" see CEASE , A, No. ...
B — 2: καταστέλλω (Strong's #2687 — Verb — katastello — kat-as-tel'-lo ) denotes "to quiet:" see APPEASE. ...
B — 3: ἡσυχάζω (Strong's #2270 — Verb — hesuchazo — hay-soo-khad'-zo ) akin to A, No, 2, "to be still, to live quietly:" see CEASE , A, No. ...
C — 1: εἰρήνη (Strong's #1515 — Noun Feminine — eirene — i-rah'-nay ) "peace," is translated "quietness" in Acts 24:2 , AV (RV, "peace"). ...
C — 2: ἡσυχία (Strong's #2271 — Noun Feminine — hesuchia — hay-soo-khee'-ah ) akin to A, No. No. 1, denotes "quietness," 2 Thessalonians 3:12 ; it is so translated in the RV of 1 Timothy 2:11,12 (AV, "silence"); in Acts 22:2 , RV, "(they were the more) quiet," AV, "(they kept the more) silence," lit
Ride - 1: ἐπιβαίνω (Strong's #1910 — Verb — epibaino — ep-ee-bah'ee-no ) "to go upon" (epi, "upon," baino, "to go"), is used of Christ's "riding" into Jerusalem, Matthew 21:5 , RV, "riding" (AV, "sitting"). See COME , No
Unfruitful - 1 Corinthians 14:14 (a) It represents a mind that is educated, but Not along lines that will produce good results. It indicates a zeal that is Not supported by knowledge. ...
Ephesians 5:11 (a) By this we understand works which produce No good results for GOD. These are activities which do Not result in spiritual blessings. Usually it is religious works which have No spiritual significance, and produce No value in the soul
no Wise, Anywise - 1: οὐ μή (Strong's #3364 — particle — ou me — oo may ) a double negative, strongly expressing a negation, is translated "in No wise" in Matthew 5:18,20 , RV (AV, "in No case"); Matthew 10:42 ; Luke 18:17 ; John 6:37 ; Acts 13:41 ; Revelation 21:27 ; in Matthew 13:14 (twice, RV; AV, "not"); so in Mark 9:1 ; Luke 9:27 ; John 4:48 ; Acts 28:26 (twice); 1 Thessalonians 4:15 ; in Luke 10:19 , RV "(nothing) . ...
Note: In 2 Thessalonians 2:3 , RV, "(no man) . ...
2: οὐδαμῶς (Strong's #3760 — Adverb — oudamos — oo-dam-oce' ) akin to the adjective oudamos, "not even one" (not in the NT), denotes "by No means, in No wise," Matthew 2:6 . , "not altogether," i. , "wholly Not" (from pas, "all"), is rendered "in No wise" in Romans 3:9 . ...
Note: In Luke 13:11 the phrase eis to panteles, lit. , "completely, utterly," preceded by the negative me, is translated "in No wise" ("who was utterly unable to lift herself up")
Kein ayin hara - "An evil eye should Not be cast upon him. " ...
Kein Ayin Hara ("no evil eye"): (Yiddish) �No evil eye!" Customarily added after praising another; expressing the wish that the evil eye should Not affect the individual discussed
Flour - Exodus 29:2 (c) This is No doubt a type of the beautiful white, smooth life of CHRIST in which there was No sin, Nor evil
Sin: Its Wide Consequences - Sages of old contended that No sin was ever committed whose consequences rested on the head of the sinner alone; that No man could do ill and his fellows Not suffer. No man perishes alone in his iniquity; No man can guess the full consequences of his transgressions
Crib - Proverbs 14:4 (b) Where No work is undertaken for the Lord, there is No trouble and No blessing. ...
Isaiah 1:3 (b) The Lord is teaching us that the ox, which represents the Christian, knows and esteems the one who owns him, as the Christian knows and loves his Lord. The crib is used to represent earthly blessings which earthly people receive and return No gratitude to the GOD who gives them
Weary - ...
2: κάμνω (Strong's #2577 — Verb — kamno — kam'-no ) "to be weary," is rendered "to wax weary" in Hebrews 12:3 , RV. See FAINT , No. ...
3: ἐκκακέω (Strong's #1573 — Verb — ekkakeo | enkakeo — ek-kak-eh'-o ) for which see FAINT , No. ...
Note: For hupopiazo, rendered "to weary" in Luke 18:5 , AV, see WEAR , A, No
Thebes - (See No
Thebes - See No
No - [1]
Bud - 1: βλαστάνω (Strong's #985 — Verb — blastano — blas-tan'-o ) "to bud," is said of Aaron's rod, Hebrews 9:14 ; "spring up," Matthew 13:26 ; Mark 4:27 ; elsewhere, in James 5:18 . See BRING , No. 26, SPRING, No
he Himself - 1: αὐτός (Strong's #846 — pronoun — autos — ow-tos' ) see No. ...
2: ἑαυτοῦ (Strong's #1438 — Pronoun — heauton — heh-ow-too' ) "oneself, himself," a reflexive of No
Strength, Strengthen - A — 1: δύναμις (Strong's #1411 — Noun Feminine — dunamis — doo'-nam-is ) is rendered "strength" in the RV and AV of Revelation 1:16 ; elsewhere the RV gives the word its more appropriate meaning "power," for AV, "strength," 1 Corinthians 15:56 ; 2 Corinthians 1:8 ; 12:9 ; Hebrews 11:11 ; Revelation 3:8 ; 12:10 . See ABILITY , No. 1, POWER, No. ...
A — 2: ἰσχύς (Strong's #2479 — Noun Feminine — ischus — is-khoos' ) ability, strength," is rendered "strength" in Mark 12:30,33 ; Luke 10:27 ; in Revelation 5:12 , AV (RV, "might"). See ABILITY , No. ...
A — 3: κράτος (Strong's #2904 — Noun Neuter — kratos — krat'-os ) "force, might," is rendered "strength" in Luke 1:51 , RV and AV; RV, "strength" (AV, "power") in Ephesians 1:19 ; 6:10 . See DOMINION , No. 1, POWER, No. ...
Note: In Revelation 17:13 , AV, exousia, "freedom of action," is rendered "strength" (RV, "authority"). ...
B — 3: ἰσχύω (Strong's #2480 — Verb — ischuo — is-khoo'-o ) akin to A, No. 2, "to have strength," is so rendered in Mark 5:4 , RV (AV, "could"); in Luke 16:3 , RV, "I have Not strength to" (AV, "I cannot"). ...
B — 4: ἐνισχύω (Strong's #1765 — Verb — enischuo — en-is-khoo'-o ) akin to A, No. 2, a strengthened form of No. ...
B — 6: σθενόω (Strong's #4599 — Verb — sthenoo — sthen-o'-o ) from sthenos, "strength," occurs in 1 Peter 5:10 , in a series of future tenses, according to the best texts, thus constituting Divine promises. ...
Notes: (1) For ischuo, Hebrews 9:17 , see AVAIL. (2) For sterizo, Luke 22:32 , see ESTABLISH , No. (3) For stereoo, Acts 3:7 , see ESTABLISH , No. " See CONFIRM , A, No. 2, ESTABLISH, No
Owl - As the owl had No trees in which to make its nest, and rest there, so the Saviour had No place to lay His head, and No resting place for His heart in this life
Country - ...
Hebrews 11:14 (b) Probably this refers to the eternal state where we shall live together in happy fellowship with No debts, No death, No despair, but only the peace of GOD and His presence
Spot - Numbers 19:2 (c) By this type we understand the spotless character of our Lord JESUS CHRIST on whom there was No sin Nor fault, and in Him No evil of any kind. ...
Deuteronomy 32:5 (b) The Lord brands His people as the Shepherd brands the sheep. In this case those mentioned do Not bear the mark of GOD's ownership. ...
Song of Solomon 4:7 (c) This may be taken as a statement by the Lord concerning His church, or His bride, for He sees No fault Nor sin in His people who are washed in the Blood of the Lamb. ...
1 Timothy 6:14 (c) Probably the type in this case represents a perfect obedience, in which there is No hypocrisy, and No compulsion. ...
Hebrews 9:14 (a) By this figure we understand that the Lord JESUS offered Himself to GOD, with No sin connected with His offering, No pride, No selfishness, No ulterior motives, No evil of any kind. ...
2 Peter 3:14 (a) It is the will of GOD that the Christian should live a clean, true, pure upright life, with No blemishes that would disfigure his life and cause the people to point to him with scorn
Sentence - A — 1: κρίμα (Strong's #2917 — Noun Neuter — krima — kree'-mah ) "a judgment," a decision passed on the faults of others, is used especially of God's judgment upon men, and translated "sentence" in 2 Peter 2:3 , RV (AV, "judgment"). See JUDGMENT , No. ...
A — 3: ἀπόκριμα (Strong's #610 — Noun Neuter — apokrima — ap-ok'-ree-mah ) is translated "sentence" in 2 Corinthians 1:9 , AV (RV, "answer"). See ANSWER , No. ...
B — 1: κρίνω (Strong's #2919 — Verb — krino — kree'-no ) "to judge, to adjudge," is translated "(my) sentence is" in Acts 15:19 , AV, RV, "(my) judgment is," lit. See JUDGE , B, No. ...
B — 2: ἐπικρίνω (Strong's #1948 — Verb — epikrino — ep-ee-kree'-no ) "to give sentence," is used in Luke 23:24
Travel - See COME , No. ...
Note: For apodemeo, rendered "travelling" in Matthew 25:14 , AV, see GO , No
Thebes - See No
Misbefitting - ) No befitting
Namo - ) No more
ba'Alah - am'Mon-no - See No-AMON
Communicate, Communication - A — 1: κοινωνέω (Strong's #2841 — Verb — koinoneo — koy-no-neh'-o ) is used in two senses, (a) "to have a share in," Romans 15:27 ; 1 Timothy 5:22 ; Hebrews 2:14 ; 1 Peter 4:13 ; 2 John 1:11 ; (b) "to give a share to, go shares with," Romans 12:13 , RV, "communicating," for AV, "distributing;" Galatians 6:6 , "communicate;" Philippians 4:15 , AV, "did communicate," RV, "had fellowship with. ...
A — 2: συγκοινωνέω (Strong's #4790 — Verb — sunkoinoneo — soong-koy-no-neh'-o ) "to share together with" (sun "and" No. See FELLOWSHIP , B, No. 2, PARTAKE, B, No. ...
Note: Anatithemi, "to set forth," is rendered "laid before" in Galatians 2:2 , RV, for AV, "communicated unto;" in Acts 25:14 , RV, "laid before," for AV, "declared. " ...
B — 1: κοινωνία (Strong's #2842 — Noun Feminine — koinonia — koy-nohn-ee'-ah ) akin to A (which see), is translated in Hebrews 13:16 "to communicate," lit. , "be Not forgetful of good deed and of fellowship;" "fellowship" (AV, "communication") in Philemon 1:6 , RV. ...
B — 2: λόγος (Strong's #3056 — Noun Masculine — logos — log'-os ) "a word, that which is spoken" (lego, "to speak"), is used in the plural with reference to a conversation; "communication," Luke 24:17 . ...
Note: In Colossians 3:8 , where the AV translates aischrologia by "filthy communication," the RV renders it "shameful speaking" (aischros, "base," lego, "to speak"). ...
C — 1: κοινωνικός (Strong's #2843 — Adjective — koinonikos — koy-no-nee-kos' ) akin to A, No. 1 and B, No. ...
Note: Homilia, "a company, association, or intercourse with" (see COMMUNE , No. See COMPANY , No
Ordain - 1: τίθημι (Strong's #5087 — Verb — tithemi — tith'-ay-mee ) to put: see APPOINT , No. See APPOINT , No. No. No. See DETERMINE , No. ...
6: κρίνω (Strong's #2919 — Verb — krino — kree'-no ) "to divide, separate, decide, judge," is translated "ordained" in Acts 16:4 , of the decrees by the Apostles and elders in Jerusalem. ...
Notes: (1) In 1 Corinthians 2:7 , AV, proorizo, "to foreordain" (see RV) is translated "ordained. " See DETERMINE , No. " See APPOINT , No. (7) In Acts 1:22 , AV, ginomai, "to become," is translated "be ordained" (RV, "become"). (8) In Romans 7:10 , AV, "ordained" represents No word in the original (see RV)
Perplex, Perplexity - in Luke 24:4 ; see DOUBT , A, No. ...
A — 2: διαπορέω (Strong's #1280 — Verb — diaporeo — dee-ap-or-eh'-o ) "was much perplexed" in Luke 9:7 ; see DOUBT , A, No. ...
B — 1: ἀπορία (Strong's #640 — Noun Feminine — aporia — ap-or-ee'-a ) akin to A, No. , "at a loss for a way," a, negative, poros, "a way, resource"), of the distress of nations, finding No solution to their embarrassments; papyri illustrations are in the sense of being at one's wit's end, at a loss how to proceed, without resources
Strike - * Notes: (1) In Revelation 7:16 , pipto, "to fall," is rendered "strike" in the RV, AV, "light (on). (3) For paio, "to smite," Revelation 9:5 , AV, "striketh," see SMITE , No. (4) For patasso, "to smite," Matthew 26:51 , AV, "struck," see SMITE , No. (5) For chalao, "to let go," Acts 27:17 , AV, "strake," see LET DOWN , No. " (7) For rhapizo, Matthew 26:67 , and rhapisma, Mark 14:65 , see BLOW , SMITE , No. 6 and Note (2)
Bowels - 1: σπλάγχνον (Strong's #4698 — Noun Neuter — splanchnon — splangkh'-non ) always in the plural, properly denotes "the physical organs of the intestines," and is once used in this respect, Acts 1:18 (for the use by Greeks and Hebrews, see AFFECTION , No. " See AFFECTION , No. 2, COMPASSION, A, No. 2 and B, No
Returnless - ) Admitting No return
Anangular - ) Containing No angle
Claimless - ) Having No claim
Coffinless - ) Having No coffin
Cubless - ) Having No cubs
Toothless - ) Having No teeth
Complutensian Bible - See BIBLE, No
Beaconless - ) Having No beacon
Cultureless - ) Having No culture
Beneficeless - ) Having No benefice
Hatless - ) Having No hat
Shell-Less - ) Having No shell
Dewless - ) Having No dew
Footless - ) Having No feet
Floorless - ) Having No floor
Flowerless - ) Having No flowers
Foamless - ) Having No foam
Foldless - ) Having No fold
Foundationless - ) Having No foundation
Pastorless - ) Having No pastor
Planless - ) Having No plan
Pledgeless - ) Having No pledge
Portionless - ) Having No portion
Ribless - ) Having No ribs
Shrubless - ) having No shrubs
Exstipulate - ) Having No stipules
Twigless - ) Having No twigs
Hodevah - See HODAVIAH, No
Shelomoth - See SHELOMITH No
Shimi - See SHIMEI No
Shimrith - See SHOMER No
Badgeless - ) Having No badge
Compassless - ) Having No compass
Dinnerless - ) Having No dinner
Fashionless - ) Having No fashion
Forkless - ) Having No fork
Ateless - ) Having No gate
Enderless - ) Having No gender
Hedgeless - ) Having No hedge
Hoodless - ) Having No hood
Seatless - ) Having No seat
Sexless - ) Having No sex
Effortless - ) Making No effort
Vashni - See JOEL No
Thaddaeus - See JUDAS No 2
Syriamaachah - See MAACHAH, No
Urias - See URIAH No
Responseless - ) Giving No response
Acapsular - ) Having No capsule
Acarpellous - ) Having No carpels
Frictionless - ) Having No friction
Fringeless - ) Having No fringe
Oodless - ) Having No goods
Prospectless - ) Having No prospect
Ruffleless - ) Having No ruffle
Scentless - ) Having No scent
Shadowless - ) Having No shadow
Tailless - ) Having No tail
Tideless - ) Having No tide
Townless - ) Having No town
Veilless - ) Having No veil
Wartless - ) Having No wart
Weaponless - ) Having No weapon
Decreaseless - ) Suffering No decrease
Kishion, Kishon - See KEDESH No 2
Kedeshnaphtali - See KEDESH, No
Abijam - See ABIJAH No
Abi - See ABIJAH,No
Michah - See MICAH, No
Maneless - ) Having No mane
Mateless - ) Having No mate
Throneless - ) Having No throne
Ramathmizpeh - See MIZPAH No
Ramathaimzophim - See RAMAH No
Lebeless - ) Having No glebe
Jointureless - ) Having No jointure
Kingless - ) Having No king
Lipless - ) Having No lips
Unportuous - ) Having No ports
Bal'Amo - ba'Ale of Judah - Stedfast, Stedfastly, Stedfastness - A — 1: βέβαιος (Strong's #949 — Adjective — bebaios — beb'-ah-yos ) "firm, secure" (akin to baino, "to go"), is translated "steadfast" in 2 Corinthians 1:7 ; Hebrews 2:2 ; 3:14 , AV (RV, "firm"); 6:19. ...
A — 2: ἑδραῖος (Strong's #1476 — Adjective — hedraios — hed-rah'-yos ) primarily denotes "seated" (hedra, "a seat"); hence, "steadfast," metaphorical of moral fixity, 1 Corinthians 7:37 ; 15:58 ; Colossians 1:23 , RV (AV, "settled"). See FIRM , No. ...
B — 1: στερέωμα (Strong's #4733 — Noun Neuter — stereoma — ster-eh'-o-mah ) primarily "a support, foundation," denotes "strength, steadfastness," Colossians 2:5 . , in Genesis 1:6 ; Ezekiel 1:22 , it is used of the firmanent, which was believed to be a solid canopy. " ...
B — 2: στηριγμός (Strong's #4740 — Noun Masculine — sterigmos — stay-rig-mos' ) "a setting firmly, supporting," then "fixedness, steadfastness" (akin to sterizo, "to establish"), is used in 2 Peter 3:17 . ...
Note: For STEADFASTLY see BEHOLD , No. 10, CONTINUE, No. 9, FASTEN, No. 1, LOOK, No. 15, SET, No
Harmless - Trench compares it and synonymous words as follows: "as the akakos (see No. 2, below) has No harmfulness in him, and the adolos No guile, so the akeraios No foreign mixture, and the haplous No folds" (Syn. ...
2: ἄκακος (Strong's #172 — Adjective — akakos — ak'-ak-os ) the negative of kakos (see HARM , A, No. 1), "void of evil," is rendered "harmless" in Hebrews 7:26 (RV, "guileless"), of the character of Christ as a High Priest; in Romans 16:18 , RV, "innocent," AV, "simple
Unbelievers - Those who verbally assent to it, yet know Not to what they assent, or why they believe. They who, whatever knowledge they may have of certain speculative points of divinity, yet obey Not the truth, but live in sin. ) "He is a man without morals, probity, faith, or character; who owns No rule but his passions, No law but his iniquitous thoughts, No master but his desires, No check but the dread of authority, No God but himself; an unnatural child; since he believes that chance alone hath given him fathers; a faithless friend, seeing he looks upon men merely as the wretched fruits of a wild and fortuitous concurrence to whom he is connected only by transitory ties: a cruel master, seeing he is convinced that the strongest and the most fortunate have always reason on their side. ...
Who could henceforth place any dependence on such? They No longer fear a God; they No longer respect men; they look forward to Nothing after this life: virtue and vice are merely prejudices of education in their eyes, and the consequences of popular credulity. Adulteries, revenge, blasphemies, the blackest treacheries, abominations which we dare Not even name, are No longer in their opinion but human prohibitions established through the policy of legislators
Commonwealth - Gentiles are declared to be strangers, outside the community of Israel; having No promises and No hope, and being without God in the world: fit objects for the grace of God
Doubt, Doubtless - ...
Notes: (1) In 2 Corinthians 12:1 the best texts have No word representing "doubtless. " (2) In Luke 11:20 , the particle ara, AV, "no doubt," means "then" (RV). (3) In 1 Corinthians 9:10 the conjunction gar, AV, "no doubt," here means "assuredly," or "yea" (RV). (5) In 1 Corinthians 9:2 , the RV, "at least," gives the right sense (not "doubtless")
Ramathite - See Ramah, No
Sapphira - See Ananias, No
Shemed - See Shemer, No
Shimeam - See Shimeah, No
Zillah - See Adah, No
Molech - No text for this entry
Symeon (2) - —See Simeon, No
Hodevah - See Hodaviah, No
Mattattah - See Mattathias, No
Extremeless - ) Having No extremes; infinite
Iob - See Jashub, No
Disputeless - ) Admitting No dispute; incontrovertible
Dedolent - ) Feeling No compunction; apathetic
Passless - ) Having No pass; impassable
Pulseless - ) Having No pulsation; lifeless
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Wife - No text for this entry
Ammihur - See Ammihud, No
Objectless - ) Having No object; purposeless
Protectorless - ) Having No protector; unprotected
Toneless - ) Having No tone; unmusical
Unoperative - ) Producing No effect; inoperative
Abissei - See Abishua, No
Abisue - See Abishua, No
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Incense - No text for this entry
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Antipas (2) - —See Herod, No
Jehovah Nissi - No text for this entry
Nasshon - No text for this entry
No - * For No see +, p
None - * For NoNE see No MAN ...
Vehement - * see DESIRE , A, No
Offering - No text for this entry
Science - The word ‘science’ occurs in AV [1] only twice ( Daniel 1:4 , 1 Timothy 6:20 ), and in both places it simply means ‘knowledge’; as in Barlowe’s Dialoge , p. 109, ‘There is No truthe, No mercye, Nor scyence of god in the yerth
Shamefully - * Note: This forms part of the rendering of (a) atimazo, Mark 12:4 , Luke 20:11 , see DISHONOR , C, No. 1, ENTREAT, Note, HANDLE, No
Shape - 1: εἶδος (Strong's #1491 — Noun Neuter — eidos — i'-dos ) rendered "shape" in the AV of Luke 3:22 ; John 5:37 : see FORM , No. ...
2: ὁμοίωμα (Strong's #3667 — Noun Neuter — homoioma — hom-oy'-o-mah ) rendered "shapes" in Revelation 9:7 : see LIKENESS , No
Pronounce - 1: λέγω (Strong's #3004 — Verb — lego — leg'-o ) "to say, declare," is rendered "pronounceth (blessing)" in Romans 4:6 , RV, which necessarily repeats the verb in ver. See ASK , A, No. 6, DESCRIBE, No
Hallucination - ) The perception of objects which have No reality, or of sensations which have No corresponding external cause, arising from disorder or the nervous system, as in delirium tremens; delusion
Proclaim - See PREACH , No. " See also PREACH , Note (2), and DECLARE, A, No. known"). See ASSURE , B, No. 2, BELIEVE, C, Note (4), FULFILL, No. 6, KNOW, Note (2), PERSUADE, No. 2, Note, PROOF
Region - 1: χώρα (Strong's #5561 — Noun Feminine — chora — kho'-rah ) "a space lying between two limits, a country, land," is translated "region" in Matthew 4:16 ; Luke 3:1 ; Acts 8:1 ; 13:49 ; 16:6 ; 18:23 , RV. regio; as also No. See COUNTRY , No. Mark 6:55 ); Luke 3:3 , RV; 4:14; 4:37, RV; 7:17; Acts 14:6 (see No. See COUNTRY , No. ...
3: κλίμα (Strong's #2824 — Noun Neuter — klima — klee'-mah ) "an inclination, slope," is translated "regions" in Romans 15:23 RV; 2 Corinthians 11:10 ; Galatians 1:21 . See PART , A, No. ...
Note: For "regions beyond," 2 Corinthians 10:16 , AV, see PART , A, Note (9)
Blossom - Isaiah 5:24 (b) GOD is thus informing Israel that there would be No blessing waiting for them in future days. The fact that there were No flowers indicated that there would be No fruit. In this case since there were No flowers it would indicate clearly that there would be No future fruit, but rather famine and sorrow
Conversation - * This word is Not used in the RV, as it does Not Now express the meaning of the words so translated in the AV. These are as follows: ...
A — 1: ἀναστροφή (Strong's #391 — Noun Feminine — anastrophe — an-as-trof-ay' ) see BEHAVIOR , B, No. ...
A — 2: τρόπος (Strong's #5158 — Noun Masculine — tropos — trop'-os ) "a turning, a manner," is translated simply "be ye," RV in Hebrews 13:5 , instead of "let your conversation be. ...
A — 3: πολίτευμα (Strong's #4175 — Noun Neuter — politeuma — pol-it'-yoo-mah ) see CITIZENSHIP , No. ...
B — 1: ἀναστρέφω (Strong's #390 — Verb — anastrepho — an-as-tref'-o ) see BEHAVE , A, No. ...
B — 2: πολιτεύομαι (Strong's #4176 — Verb — politeuo — pol-it-yoo'-om-ahee ) see CITIZENSHIP , No. 4, Note
Exangulous - ) Having No corners; without angles
Ramath-Lehi - See Ramah, No
Ramath-Mizpeh - See Mizpah, No
Rimmonah, Rimmono - RIMMONAH, RIMMONO . See Rimmon, No
Shillem, Shillemites - See Shallum, No
Parcel - * For PARCEL see GROUND , No
Perdition - * For PERDITION see DESTRUCTION , No
Pigeon - * For PIGEON see DOVE , No
Proverb - * For PROVERB see PARABLE , No
Refuge - * For REFUGE see FLEE , No
Senseless - * For SENSELESS see FOOLISH , No
Separations - * For SEPARATIONS see No
Shod - * For SHOD see BIND , No
Sooner - * For SOONER see QUICKLY , No
Bridgeless - ) Having No bridge; Not bridged
Curbless - ) Having No curb or restraint
Magdala, Magdalene - See Mary, No
String - * For STRING see BOND , No
Living Creatures - See Beast, No
Migdal-Eder - See Eder, No
Placeless - ) Having No place or office
Couchless - ) Having No couch or bed
Unideaed - ) Having No ideas; senseless; frivolous
Unpeered - ) Having No peer; unequaled; unparalleled
Tradeless - ) Having No trade or traffic
Wantless - ) Having No want; abundant; fruitful
Rewardless - ) Having, or affording, No reward
Unthank - ) No thanks; ill will; misfortune
Limitless - ) Having No limits; unbounded; boundless
Nailless - ) Without nails; having No nails
Ascend - * For ASCEND see ARISE , No
Assay - * For ASSAY see TRY , No
Inordinate - * For INORDINATE see AFFECTION , No
Line - * For LINE see PROVINCE , No
Tents - * For TENTS see TABERNACLE , No
Untimely - * For UNTIMELY see FIG , No
Venomous - * For VENOMOUS see BEAST , No
Lower - * see LET DOWN , No
Meatless - ) Having No meat; without food
Mistrustless - ) Having No mistrust or suspicion
Landless - ) Having No property in land
Ruthless - ) Having No ruth; cruel; pitiless
Wigless - ) Having or wearing No wig
Vanished - Having No perceptible existence
Aground - * For AGROUND see RUN , No
Altered - * For ALTERED see OTHER , No
Assent - * For ASSENT see AGREE , No
Castle - * For CASTLE see ARMY (No
Contemptible - * For CONTEMPTIBLE see ACCOUNT No
Morsel - * For MORSEL see MEAT , No
Unleavened - * For UNLEAVENED see BREAD , No
Descend - 1: καταβαίνω (Strong's #2597 — Verb — katabaino — kat-ab-ah'ee-no ) "to go down" (kata, "down," baino, "to go"), used for various kinds of motion on the ground (e. See COME , No. " See COME , No
Follow - verb means Now No more than to come after, but in older Eng. Now it states No more than the relative place of two persons, formerly it expressed purpose or determination. Tindale translates Leviticus 26:17 ‘ye shal flee when No man foloweth you,’ and Deuteronomy 28:22 ‘they [1] shall folowe the, intyll thou perishe. ’ In AV [2] to follow is sometimes to imitate, as 2 Thessalonians 3:7 ‘For yourselves know how ye ought to follow us
Desert - ...
Jeremiah 17:6 (c) A type of the surroundings in which one gets No blessing for his soul, No food for his heart, No light for his mind - a religious desert
Transparent - The gold of Heaven hides No hypocrisy, No sham, No evil
Throng - See AFFLICT , No. ...
2: συνθλίβω (Strong's #4918 — Verb — suntlibo — soon-thlee'-bo ) "to press to together," on all sides (sun, "together," and No. See CHOKE , No. ...
Note: For sunecho, "to hold together, press together," Luke 8:45 (AV, "throng"), see PRESS
Worshiper - 1: προσκυνητής (Strong's #4353 — Noun Masculine — proskunetes — pros-koo-nay-tace' ) akin to proskuneo (see WORSHIP , A, No. ...
2: νεωκόρος (Strong's #3511 — Noun Masculine — neokoros — neh-o-kor'-os ) is translated "worshiper" in Acts 19:35 AV: see TEMPLE KEEPER. ...
3: θεοσεβής (Strong's #2318 — Adjective — theosebes — theh-os-eb-ace' ) denotes "reverencing God" (theos, "God," sebomai, see WORSHIP , A, No. ...
Note: For Hebrews 10:2 , see WORSHIP , A, No
Well-Nigh - * Note: This forms part of the translation of sumpleroo, "to fulfill," in Luke 9:51 , "were well-nigh" come (see COME , No. , "a time (of forty years) was fulfilled (to him)" (see FULFILL , A, No
Wayless - ) Having No road or path; pathless
Deposit - * For DEPOSIT see COMMIT , B, No
Pollute - * For POLLUTE see DEFILE , A, No
Practices - * For PRACTICES see COVETOUS , B, No
Receipt - * For RECEIPT see CUSTOM (Toll), No
Sensual - * For SENSUAL see NATURAL , A, No
Shipmaster - * For SHIPMASTER see MASTER , A, No
Slain Beasts - * For SLAIN BEASTS see BEAST , No
Slanderously - * For SLANDEROUSLY see REPORT , C, No
Softly - * For SOFTLY see BLOW (Verb), No
Succor - * For SUCCOR see HELP , B, No
Sue - * For SUE see LAW , B, No
Brimless - ) Having No brim; as, brimless caps
Chapless - ) Having No lower jaw; hence, fleshless
Stature - * For STATURE see AGE , A, No
Aplacentata - ) Mammals which have No placenta
ir-Shemesh - See Beth-Shemesh, No
Kareah - Father of Johanan, No
Fimble Hemp - Light summer hemp, that bears No seed
Selfless - ) Having No regard to self; unselfish
Respectless - ) Having No respect; without regard; regardless
Dateless - ) Without date; having No fixed time
Atroth-Beth-Joab - See Ataroth, No
Featureless - ) Having No distinct or distinctive features
Shredless - ) Having No shreds; without a shred
Josabdus - JOSABDUS ( 1Es 8:63 ) = Jozabad , No
Purposeless - ) Having No purpose or result; objectless
Weightless - ) Having No weight; imponderable; hence, light
Wemless - ) Having No wem, or blemish; spotless
Woodless - ) Having No wood; destitute of wood
Accursed - * For ACCURSED see CURSE , A, No
Afoot - * For AFOOT see FOOT , B, No
Array - * For ARRAY see CLOTHE , No
Brokenhearted - * For BROKENHEARTED see BREAK , A, No
Tender-Hearted - * For TENDER-HEARTED see PITIFUL , No
Unrebukeable - * For UNREBUKEABLE see BLAME , B, No
Unripe, Untimely - * For UNRIPE, UNTIMELY, see FIG , No
Upbraid - * For UPBRAID see REPROACH , B, No
Upside Down - * For UPSIDE DOWN see TURN , No
Usurp - * For USURP see AUTHORITY , B, No
Smell-Less - ) Destitute of smell; having No odor
Liddery - ) Giving No sure footing; smooth; slippery
Undistinctive - ) Making No distinctions; Not discriminating; impartial
Unshod - Not shod having No shoes
Allure - * For ALLURE see BEGUILE , No
Aloud - * For ALOUD see CRY , B, No
Heretofore - * For HERETOFORE see SIN , C, No
Herewith - * For HEREWITH see TRADE , A, No
Implead - * For IMPLEAD see ACCUSE , B, No
Thick - * For THICK see GATHER , A, No
Tithes - * For TITHES (Noun) see TENTH , No
Undone - * For UNDONE (leave) see LEAVE , No
Unfruitful - * For UNFRUITFUL see FRUIT , B, No
Win - * For WIN see POSSESS , A, No
Sight of - 1: ἐνώπιον (Strong's #1799 — Preposition — enopion — en-o'-pee-on ) for which see BEFORE , No. ...
2: κατενώπιον (Strong's #2714 — Adverb — katenopion — kat-en-o'-pee-on ) see BEFORE , No. ...
3: ἔμπροσθεν (Strong's #1715 — Adverb — emprosthen — em'-pros-then ) see BEFORE , No. ...
4: ἐναντίον (Strong's #1726 — Preposition — enantion — en-an-tee'-on ) see BEFORE , No. ...
5: ἔναντι (Strong's #1725 — Adverb — enanti — en'-an-tee ) see BEFORE , No. ...
6: κατέναντι (Strong's #2713 — Adverb — katenanti — kat-en'-an-tee ) see BEFORE , No
Persecute, Persecution - A — 1: διώκω (Strong's #1377 — verb — dioko — dee-o'-ko ) has the meanings (a) "to put to flight, drive away," (b) "to pursue," whence the meaning "to persecute," Matthew 5:10-12,44 ; 10:23 ; 23:34 ; Luke 11:49 (No. ...
A — 2: ἐκδιώκω (Strong's #1559 — Verb — ekdioko — ek-dee-o'-ko ) ek, "out" and No. See also No. See DRIVE , No. ...
B — 1: διωγμός (Strong's #1375 — Noun Masculine — diogmos — dee-ogue-mos' ) akin to A, No. 12, see A, No. ...
Note: In Acts 11:19 , AV, thlipsis, "tribulation" (RV), is translated "persecution
Precept - 1: ἐντολή (Strong's #1785 — Noun Feminine — entole — en-tol-ay' ) "a commandment," is translated "precept" in Mark 10:5 (RV, "commandment"); so Hebrews 9:19 . See COMMANDMENT , No. ...
2: ἔνταλμα (Strong's #1778 — Noun Neuter — entalma — en'-tal-mah ) is always translated "precepts" in the RV; see COMMANDMENT , No
Unto - a compound of un, on, and to of No use in the language, as it expresses No more than to. I do Not find it in our mother tongue, Nor is it ever used in popular discourse
Ware of - 1: φυλάσσω (Strong's #5442 — Verb — phulasso — foo-las'-so ) denotes "to guard, watch;" in 2 Timothy 4:15 , "of (whom) be thou ware" (Middle Voice): see BEWARE , No. ...
Note: For sunoida, translated "were ware" in Acts 14:6 , AV (RV, "became aware of it"), see KNOW , A, No
Fellowship - A — 1: κοινωνία (Strong's #2842 — Noun Feminine — koinonia — koy-nohn-ee'-ah ) (a) "communion, fellowship, sharing in common" (from koinos, "common"), is translated "communion" in 1 Corinthians 10:16 ; Philemon 1:6 , RV, "fellowship," for AV, "communication;" it is most frequently translated "fellowship;" (b) "that which is the outcome of fellowship, a contribution," e. ...
Note: In Ephesians 3:9 , some mss. have koinonia, instead of oikonomia, "dispensation," RV. ...
A — 2: μετοχή (Strong's #3352 — Noun Feminine — metoche — met-okh-ay' ) "partnership" (akin to No. " The word seems to have a more restricted sense than koinonia. ...
A — 3: κοινωνός (Strong's #2844 — Noun Masculine — koinonos — koy-no-nos' ) denotes "a partaker" or "partner" (akin to No. 1); in 1 Corinthians 10:20 it is used with ginomai, "to become," "that ye should have communion with," RV (AV, "fellowship with"). ...
B — 1: κοινωνέω (Strong's #2841 — Verb — koinoneo — koy-no-neh'-o ) "to have fellowship," is so translated in Philippians 4:15 , RV, for AV, "did communicate. ...
B — 2: συγκοινωνέω (Strong's #4790 — Verb — sunkoinoneo — soong-koy-no-neh'-o ) "to have fellowship with or in" (sun, "with," and No. 1), is used in Ephesians 5:11 ; Philippians 4:14 , RV, "ye had fellowship," for AV, "ye did communicate;" Revelation 18:4 , RV, "have (no) fellowship with," for AV, "be (not) partakers of
Stranger - A — 1: ξένος (Strong's #3581 — Adjective — xenos — xen'-os ) "strange" (see No. 1 above), denotes "a stranger, foreigner," Matthew 25:35,38,43,44 ; 27:7 ; Acts 17:21 ; Ephesians 2:12,19 ; Hebrews 11:13 ; 3 John 1:5 . ...
A — 2: ἀλλότριος (Strong's #245 — Adjective — allotrios — al-lot'-ree-os ) "strangers," Matthew 17:25,26 ; John 10:5 (twice): see No. ...
A — 3: ἀλλογενής (Strong's #241 — Adjective — allogenes — al-log-en-ace' ) (allos, "another," genos, "a race") occurs in Luke 17:18 , of a Samaritan. Moulton and Milligan illustrate the use of the word by the inscription on the Temple barrier, "let No foreigner enter within the screen and enclosure surrounding the sanctuary;" according to Mommsen this inscription was cut by the Romans: cp. ...
Notes: (1) For paroikos, in AV, see SOJOURN , B, No. (2) The pronoun heteros, "other," is translated "strangers" in 1 Corinthians 14:21 (2nd part), RV (AV, "other"); cp. STRANGE, A, Note. ...
B — 1: ξενοδοχέω (Strong's #3580 — Verb — xenodocheo — xen-od-okh-eh'-o ) "to receive strangers" (xenos, No. " ...
Note: For epidemeo, in AV, see SOJOURNER , A, No. For paroikeo, in AV, see SOJOURN , A, No. ...
C — 1: φιλοξενία (Strong's #5381 — Noun Feminine — philoxenia — fil-on-ex-ee'-ah ) "love of strangers," occurs in Romans 12:13 , "hospitality," and Hebrews 13:2 , RV, "to show love unto strangers," AV, "to entertain strangers. " See ENTERTAIN , Note. ...
Note: For parokia in Acts 13:17 , see SOJOURN , C
Unsearchable - ...
2: ἀνεξιχνίαστος (Strong's #421 — Adjective — anexichniastos — an-ex-ikh-nee'-as-tos ) with the same prefixes as in No. 1, and an adjectival form akin to ichneuo, "to trace out" (ichnos, "a footprint, a track"), is translated "unsearchable" in Ephesians 3:8 , of the riches of Christ; in Romans 11:33 , "past tracing out," of the ways of the Lord (cp. No. Of the two questions in Romans 11:34 , the first seems to have reference to No. 1, the second to No. See FIND , Note (3), TRACE
Anarthropodous - ) Having No jointed legs; pertaining to Anarthropoda
Riderless - ) Having No rider; as, a riderless horse
Chezib - See Achzib, No
Purse - * For PURSE see BAG , No. 2 and Note ...
Rid - * For RID see CARE , A, No. 1, Note ...
Self-Condemned - * For SELF-CONDEMNED see CONDEMN , C, No
Simple - * For SIMPLE see GUILELESS No
Suspense - * For SUSPENSE (hold in) see DOUBT , No
Chainless - ) Having No chain; Not restrained or fettered
Obal - See Ebal, No
Strawed - * For STRAWED see FURNISH and SCATTER, No
Bar-Jonah - See Bar, and John (No
Cozeba - COZEBA , 1 Chronicles 4:22 = Achzib , No
Isaiah, Ascension of - See Apocalyptic Literature, No
Lidebir - See Debir, No
Magdalene - , and Mary, No
Acephalist - ) One who acknowledges No head or superior
Heberites - Descendants of Heber No
Hepherites - Descendants of Hepher, No
Gunites - Descendants of Guni No
Hanochites - Descendants of Hanoch, No
Dowerless - ) Destitute of dower; having No marriage portion
Fanciless - ) Having No fancy; without ideas or imagination
Aija - See Ai, No
Archelaus - See Herod, No
Timnite - Inhabitant of Timnath No
Unparagoned - ) Having No paragon or equal; matchless; peerless
Unparalleled - ) Having No parallel, or equal; unequaled; unmatched
Unrivaled - ) Having No rival; without a competitor; peerless
Silverless - ) Having No silcver; hence, without money; impecunious
Veinless - ) Having No veins; as, a veinless leaf
Tearless - ) Shedding No tears; free from tears; unfeeling
Inhabitants, Inhabiters - * For INHABITANTS, INHABITERS, see DWELL , A, No
Utmost Part - * For UTMOST PART see END , A, No
Undiocesed - ) Unprovided with a diocese; having No diocese
Baale-Judah - BAALE-JUDAH = Baalah, No
ba'Lah - (Joshua 19:3 ) Alive - * For ALIVE see LIFE , C, LIVE , No
Alloted - * For ALLOTTED see CHARGE , A (b), No
Celestial - * For CELESTIAL see HEAVEN , HEAVENLY , B, No
Tutor - * For TUTOR see GUARDIAN and INSTRUCTOR, No
Meet, Meet With, Met - have this verb for No. , "to meet together with" (sun, "with," and antao, see No. ...
A — 3: ὑπαντάω (Strong's #5221 — Verb — hupantao — hoop-an-tah'-o ) "to go to meet, to meet," has the same meaning as No 1, and is used in Matthew 8:28 ; Luke 8:27 ; John 11:20,30 , and, in the most authentic mss. , in Matthew 28:29 ; Mark 5:2 ; Luke 14:31 (of meeting in battle); John 4:51 ; 12:18 and Acts 16:16 (see No. ...
A — 4: παρατυγχάνω (Strong's #3909 — Verb — paratunchano — par-at-oong-khan'-o ) "to happen to be near or present, to chance to be by" (para, "beside, near," tunchano, "to happen"), occurs in Acts 17:17 , "met with (him). See CONFER , No. ...
B — 1: ὑπάντησις (Strong's #5222 — Noun Feminine — hupantesis — hoop-an'-tay-sis ) "a going to meet" (akin to A, No. , in Matthew 8:34 (see No. 3); 25:1 (see No. ...
B — 2: ἀπάντησις (Strong's #529 — Noun Feminine — apantesis — ap-an'-tay-sis ) "a meeting" (akin to A, No. ...
B — 3: συνάντησις (Strong's #4877 — Noun Feminine — sunantesis — soon-an'-tay-sis ) "a coming to meet with" (akin to A, No. in Matthew 8:34 , of the coming out of all the people of a city to meet the Lord (see No
No - Or No-A'mon, the home of Amon, the name of Thebes, the ancient capital of what is called the Middle Empire, in Upper or Southern Egypt. "The multitude of No" (Jeremiah 46:25 ) is more correctly rendered, as in the Revised Version, "Amon of No", i. , No, where Jupiter Amon had his temple. In Ezekiel 30:14,16 it is simply called "No;" but in ver. 15 the name has the Hebrew Hamon prefixed to it, "Hamon No. In Nahum 3:8 the "populous No" of the Authorized Version is in the Revised Version correctly rendered "No-Amon. The ruins of this city are still among the most Notable in the valley of the Nile
Provocation, Provoke - A — 1: παραπικρασμός (Strong's #3894 — Noun Masculine — parapikrasmos — par-ap-ik-ras-mos' ) from para, "amiss" or "from," used intensively, and pikraino, "to make bitter" (pikros, "sharp, bitter"), "provocation," occurs in Hebrews 3:8,15 . ...
A — 2: παροξυσμός (Strong's #3948 — Noun Masculine — paroxusmos — par-ox-oos-mos' ) denotes "a stimulation" (Eng. B, No. " See CONTENTION , No. ...
B — 1: παραπικραίνω (Strong's #3893 — Verb — parapikraino — par-ap-ik-rah'ee-no ) "to embitter, provoke" (akin to A, No. ...
B — 2: παροξύνω (Strong's #3947 — Verb — paroxuno — par-ox-oo'-no ) primarily, "to sharpen" (akin to A, No. 2), is used metaphorically, signifying "to rouse to anger, to provoke," in the Passive Voice, in Acts 17:16 , RV, "was provoked" (AV, "was stirred"); in 1 Corinthians 13:5 , RV, "is Not provoked" (the word "easily" in AV, represents No word in the original). ...
B — 4: παροργίζω (Strong's #3949 — Verb — parorgizo — par-org-id'-zo ) "to provoke to wrath:" see ANGER , B, No. " ...
B — 7: προκαλέω (Strong's #4292 — Verb — prokaleo — prok-al-eh'-om-ahee ) "to call forth," as to a contest, hence "to stir up what is evil in another," occurs in the Middle Voice in Galatians 5:26
Speed, Speedily - * Notes: (1) In Acts 17:15 "with all speed" is the rendering of the phrase hos, "as," tachista, "most speedily" (the superlative of tachu, "speedily"), i. " (2) For "speedily," en tachei, in Luke 18:8 , see QUICKLY , No. (3) For "God speed" see GREETING , A, No
Stricken - 1: προβαίνω (Strong's #4260 — Verb — probaino — prob-ah'ee-no ) "to go forward," is used metaphorically of age, in Luke 1:7,18 , with the phrases "in their (her) days," translated "well stricken in years" (see marg. See GO , No
Lawgiver - 1: νομοθέτης (Strong's #3550 — Noun Masculine — Nomothetes — Nom-oth-et'-ace ) "a lawgiver" (see LAW , A, No. No
Step - A — 1: ἴχνος (Strong's #2487 — Noun Neuter — ichnos — ikh'-nos ) "a footstep, a track," is used metaphorically of the "steps" (a) of Christ's conduct, 1 Peter 2:21 ; (b) of Abraham's faith, Romans 4:12 ; (c) of identical conduct in carrying on the work of the Gospel, 2 Corinthians 12:18 . ...
B — 1: καταβαίνω (Strong's #2597 — Verb — katabaino — kat-ab-ah'ee-no ) "to go, or come, down," is translated "steppeth down" in John 5:7 See COME , No. ...
Note: Many ancient authorities have the passage in the AV in John 5:4 , which contains embaino, rendered "stepped in. " See COME , No
Atheism - Atheism teaches that there is No God of any kind, anywhere, anytime. Some atheists claim to "exercise No belief in a god" the same way they would exercise No belief in pink unicorns. ...
The Bible teaches that all men know there is a God (Romans 2:14-15). Instead, atheists willingly suppress the knowledge of God by their unrighteousness (Romans 1:18-19)
Fish - The Hebrews had No particular names, or very few, for the distinguishing of the several species of fish. It is more probable, that as the law prohibited all that had No fins and scales, they were Not very anxious to search the rivers in pursuit of them. (See Leviticus 11:9-12) Our adorable Redeemer, when coming to deliver his people from a yoke that neither we Nor our fathers were able to bear, both by his precept and example, taught, that what he had cleansed became No longer unclean
Enter, Entering, Entrance - See COME , No. 2, GO (Notes). ; see No. ...
A — 3: παρεισέρχομαι (Strong's #3922 — Verb — pareiserchomai — par-ice-er'-khom-ahee ) (a) "to come in beside" (para, "beside," and No. See COME , No. pareisduo (or, duno), Jude 4 , "crept in privily. " ...
A — 4: εἰσπορεύομαι (Strong's #1531 — Verb — eisporeuomai — ice-por-yoo'-om-ahee ) "to go into," found only in the Synoptists and Acts, is translated "to enter," in the RV of Mark 1:21 ; 6:56 ; 11:2 ; Luke 8:16 ; 11:33 (AV, "come in"); 19:30 (AV, "at your entering"); 22:10; in the following the RV has the verb "to go," for the AV, "to enter," Matthew 15:17 ; Mark 5:40 ; 7:15,18,19 ; in Acts 28:30 , "went," AV, "came;" in Acts 9:28 , RV, "going," AV, "coming;" in the following both AV and RV have the verb "to enter," Mark 4:19 ; Luke 18:24 (in the best mss. See GO , No. ...
A — 5: ἀναβαίνω (Strong's #305 — Verb — anabaino — an-ab-ah'ee-no ) "to go up" (ana, "up," baino, "to go"), is translated "entered" in 1 Corinthians 2:9 , metaphorically, of "coming" into the mind. have No. See ARISE , No. ...
A — 6: ἐμβαίνω (Strong's #1684 — Verb — embaino — em-ba'hee-no ) "to go in" (en, "in"), is used only in the Gospels, of "entering" a boat, Matthew 8:23 ; 9:1 ; 13:2 ; 14:22,32 ; 15:39 ; Mark 4:1 ; 5:18 ; 6:45 ; 8:10,13 ; Luke 5:3 ; 8:22,37 ; John 6:17 , (in some mss. have No. See COME , No. 21, GET, No. 5, GO, Note (2), m, STEP, TAKE, Note (3). ...
A — 7: ἐπιβαίνω (Strong's #1910 — Verb — epibaino — ep-ee-bah'ee-no ) "to go upon" (epi, "upon"), is used of "going" on board ship, Acts 21:2 ; 27:2 , AV, "entering into," RV, "embarking in. " See ABOARD , COME , No. 16, SIT, Note. " See GO , No. ...
Notes: (1) Erchomai, "to come," is never translated "to enter," in the RV; in the AV, Mark 1:29 ; Acts 18:7 . have the verb exerchomai, "gone forth," RV, for AV (No. " ...
B — 1: εἴσοδος (Strong's #1529 — Noun Feminine — eisodos — ice'-od-os ) lit
Baseless - ) Without a base; having No foundation or support
Ramah (Ramoth) of the South - See Ramah, No
Peculiar - * For PECULIAR see POSSESSION , B, No
Quick - * For QUICK, see DISCERN , C, LIVE , No. 3, Note ...
Sacrilege - * For SACRILEGE see ROBBER , No
Shrank And Shrink - * For SHRANK and SHRINK see DRAW (B), No
Herodias - See Herod, No
Azonic - ) Confined to No zone or region; Not local
Answerless - ) Having No answer, or impossible to be answered
Imnites - Patronymic from Imnah (No
Kerioth-Hezron - See Hazor, No
Money-Changers - and Bank, No
Parlor Match - A friction match that contains little or No sulphur
Driftless - ) Having No drift or direction; without aim; purposeless
Fibreless - ) Having No fibers; destitute of fibers or fiber
Egranulose - ) Having No granules, as chlorophyll in certain conditions
Dimensionless - ) Without dimensions; having No appreciable or Noteworthy extent
Uncaused - ) Having No antecedent cause; uncreated; self-existent; eternal
Tenantless - ) Having No tenants; unoccupied; as, a tenantless mansion
Unleavened - ) Not leavened; containing No leaven; as, unleavened bread
Unsensed - ) Wanting a distinct meaning; having No certain signification
Ymnolaemata - ) An order of Bryozoa, having No epistome
Increase - * For the Noun INCREASE, see GROW , No. 1, Note ...
Unskillful - * For UNSKILLFUL, Hebrews 5:13 , see EXPERIENCE , No
Upper - * For UPPER see CHAMBER , COUNTRY , B, No
Listless - ) Having No desire or inclination; indifferent; heedless; spiritless
Joahaz - Father of Joah, No
Whit - * For WHIT see EVERY WHIT and NoTHING, No
Withdraw - 1: ὑποστέλλω (Strong's #5288 — Verb — hupostello — hoop-os-tel'-lo ) is translated "withdraw" in Galatians 2:12 : see DRAW , B, No. ...
2: ἀποσπάω (Strong's #645 — Verb — apospao — ap-os-pah'-o ) in the Passive Voice, is translated "was withdrawn" in Luke 22:41 , AV: see PART (Verb), No. See DEPART , No. See GO , No. No. ...
Note: In 1 Timothy 6:5 , some texts have aphistemi, rendered "withdraw thyself," AV
Shame - A — 1: ἀτιμία (Strong's #819 — Noun Feminine — atimia — at-ee-mee'-ah ) signifies (a) "shame, disgrace," Romans 1:26 , "vile (passions)," RV, lit. , "(passions) of shame;" 1 Corinthians 11:14 ; (b) "dishonor," e. 2 Timothy 2:20 , where the idea of disgrace of "shame" does Not attach to the use of the word; the meaning is that while in a great house some vessels are designed for purposes of honor, others have No particular honor (time) attached to their use (the prefix a simply negatives the idea of honor). See DISHONOR. ...
A — 2: αἰσχύνη (Strong's #152 — Noun Feminine — aischune — ahee-skhoo'-nay ) See ASHAMED , B, No. See ASHAMED , B, No. ...
A — 4: ἀσχημοσύνη (Strong's #808 — Noun Feminine — aschemosune — as-kay-mos-oo'-nay ) denotes (a) "unseemliness," Romans 1:27 , RV (AV, "that which is unseemly"); (b) "shame, nakedness," Revelation 16:15 , a euphemism for No. ...
B — 1: αἰσχρός (Strong's #150 — Adjective — aischros — ahee-skhros' ) "base, shameful" (akin to aischos, "shame"), of that which is opposed to modesty or purity, is translated as a Noun in 1 Corinthians 11:6 ; 14:35 , AV (RV, "shameful"); Ephesians 5:12 ; in Titus 1:11 , "filthy (lucre)," lit. ...
C — 1: ἀτιμάζω (Strong's #818 — Verb — atimazo — at-im-ad'-zo ) "to dishonor, put to shame" (akin to A, No. 1): see DISHONOR , C, No. , "to turn in upon, to put to shame" (akin to A, No. See ASHAMED , A, No. ...
C — 3: καταισχύνω (Strong's #2617 — Verb — kataischuno — kat-ahee-skhoo'-no ) "to put to shame" (kata, perhaps signifying "utterly"), is translated "ye . " See ASHAMED , A, No. ...
C — 4: παραδειγματίζω (Strong's #3856 — Verb — paradeigmatizo — par-ad-igue-mat-id'-zo ) signifies "to set forth as an example" (para, "beside," deiknumi, "to show"), and is used in Hebrews 6:6 of those Jews, who, though attracted to, and closely associated with, the Christian faith, without having experienced more than a tasting of the heavenly gift and partaking of the Holy Ghost (not actually receiving Him), were tempted to apostatize to Judaism, and, thereby crucifying the Son of God a second time, would "put Him to an open shame
Conversation: Edifying - The Spaniards in Chili believed that No water was so wholesome or of so delicate a flavour as that which flowed through veins of gold; certainly No conversation is so edifying to the hearers as that which pours forth from a heart stored with sacred knowledge, sanctified experience, devout contemplations, and such like precious treasures
Unconscious - ) Not conscious; having No consciousness or power of mental perception; without cerebral appreciation; hence, Not knowing or regarding; ignorant; as, an unconscious man. ) Not known or apprehended by consciousness; as, an unconscious cerebration. ) Having No knowledge by experience; - followed by of; as, a mule unconscious of the yoke
Purge - 1: καθαίρω (Strong's #2508 — Verb — kathairo — kath-ah'ee-ro ) akin to katharos (see PURE , A, No. have No. See CLEAN , B, No. See CLEAN , B, No. the synonymous verb. No. ...
Notes: (1) For Hebrews 1:3 . (2) For the AV rendering of the Noun katharismos, "cleansing," "that he was purged," see CLEAN , C, No
Sudden, Suddenly - ...
B — 1: ἄφνω (Strong's #869 — Adverb — aphno — af'-no ) "suddenly," occurs in Acts 2:2 ; 16:26 ; 28:6 . ...
B — 2: ἐξαίφνης (Strong's #1810 — Adverb — exaiphnes — ex-ah'eef-nace ) a strengthened form, akin to No. ...
B — 3: ἐξάπινα (Strong's #1819 — Adverb — exapina — ex-ap'-ee-nah ) a later form of No. ...
Note: For tacheos in 1 Timothy 5:22 , AV, "suddenly," RV, "hastily," see QUICKLY , No
Passion - A — 1: πάθημα (Strong's #3804 — Noun Neuter — pathema — path'-ay-mah ) "a suffering" or "a passive emotion," is translated "passions" in Romans 7:5 , RV, "(sinful) passions," AV, "motions," and Galatians 5:24 , RV; see AFFECTION , A, No. 3, AFFLICT, B, No. ...
A — 2: πάθος (Strong's #3806 — Noun Neuter — pathos — path'-os ) see AFFECTION , A, No. ...
B — 1: πάσχω (Strong's #3958 — Verb — pascho — pas'-kho, path'-o, pen'-tho ) "to suffer," is used as a Noun, in the aorist infinitive with the article, and translated "passion" in Acts 1:3 , of the suffering of Christ at Calvary. ...
C — 1: ὁμοιοπαθής (Strong's #3663 — Adjective — homoiopathes — hom-oy-op-ath-ace' ) "of like feelings or affections" (homoios, "like," and A, No
Void - ) Containing Nothing; empty; vacant; Not occupied; Not filled. ) Having No incumbent; unoccupied; - said of offices and the like. ) Not producing any effect; ineffectual; vain. ) Containing No immaterial quality; destitute of mind or soul. ) Of No legal force or effect, incapable of confirmation or ratification; null. ) To render void; to make to be of No validity or effect; to vacate; to annul; to nullify
Tear, Torn - 1: σπαράσσω (Strong's #4682 — Verb — sparasso — spar-as'-so ) denotes "to tear, rend, convulse," Mark 1:26 ; 9:20 (in some mss. ...
2: συσπαράσσω (Strong's #4952 — Verb — susparasso — soos-par-as'-so ) "to tear violently" (sun, "with," intensive), "convulse completely," a strengthened form of No. 1, is used in Mark 9:20 , in the best texts (some have No. See REND , No. ...
4: ῥήσσω (Strong's #4486 — Verb — rhegnumi — hrayg'-noo-mee, hrace'-so ) "to break," is rendered "teareth" in Mark 9:18 , AV (RV, "dasheth . See HINDER , No
Minded - 1: φρονέω (Strong's #5426 — Verb — phroneo — fron-eh'-o ) see MIND , B, No. ...
2: βούλομαι (Strong's #1014 — Verb — boulomai — boo'-lom-ahee ) "to wish, will, desire, purpose" (akin to boule, "counsel, purpose"), is translated "was minded" in Matthew 1:19 ; Acts 15:37 , RV (AV, "determined"); Acts 18:27 , RV (AV, "was disposed"); Acts 19:30 , RV (AV, "would have"); Acts 5:33 , RV, "were minded" (AV, "took counsel"); Acts 18:15 , RV, "I am (not) minded (to be); AV, "I will (be No);" Hebrews 6:17 , "being minded," RV (AV, "willing"), said of God. See COUNSEL , B, No. ...
Note: For the Noun phronema in Romans 8:6 , see MIND , A, No
Gamael - 1Es 8:29 = Daniel , No
Titus Justus - See Justus, No
Bethshemite - Native of Beth-shemesh, No
Executioner - * For EXECUTIONER, Mark 6:27 , see GUARD , A, No
Expelled - * For EXPELLED, Acts 13:50 , AV, see CAST , No
Express - * For EXPRESS, Hebrews 1:3 , AV, see IMAGE , No
Farther Side - * For FARTHER SIDE, Mark 10:1 , see BEYOND , No
Fullgrown - * For FULLGROWN see AGE , B, No. 2, FINISH, Note (2) ...
Schoolmaster - * For SCHOOLMASTER, Galatians 3:24,25 , see INSTRUCTOR , B, No
Sharers - * For SHARERS (Hebrews 2:14 ) see PARTAKE , B, No
Shivers - * For SHIVERS (Revelation 2:27 ) see BREAK , A, No
Signification - * For SIGNIFICATION, 1 Corinthians 14:10 , see DUMB , No
Silly - * For SILLY, 2 Timothy 3:6 , See WOMAN No
Stuff - * For STUFF, Luke 17:31 , AV, see GOODS , No
Briefless - ) Having No brief; without clients; as, a briefless barrister
Anythingarian - ) One who holds to No particular creed or dogma
Extradotal - ) Forming No part of the dowry; as, extradotal property
Preindesignate - ) Having No sign expressive of quantity; indefinite
Achlamydeous - ) Naked; having No floral envelope, neither calyx Nor corolla
Excuseless - ) Having No excuse; Not admitting of excuse or apology
Ecostate - ) Having No ribs or nerves; - said of a leaf
Temptationless - ) Having No temptation or motive; as, a temptationless sin
Wingless - ) Having No wings; Not able to ascend or fly
Ashore - * For ASHORE (Acts 27:29 ) see CAST , A, No
Onward - * For ONWARD, 2 John 9 , RV, see GO , No
Terrible - * For TERRIBLE, Hebrews 12:21 , see FEARFUL , B, No
Unsettle - * For UNSETTLE, Galatians 5:12 , RV, see STIR , No
Vote - * For VOTE, Acts 26:10 , RV, see STONE , No
Crow - * For the verb CROW (CREW) see CALL , A, No
Wet - * For WET, Luke 7:38,44 , RV, see WASH , No
Cry, Crying - A — 1: κραυγή (Strong's #2906 — Noun Feminine — krauge — krow-gay' ) an onomatopoeic word, is used in Matthew 25:6 ; Luke 1:42 (some mss. ...
A — 2: βοή (Strong's #995 — Noun Feminine — boe — bo-ay' ) especially "a cry for help," an onomatopoeic word (cp. , "boo"), connected with boao (see B, No. ...
B — 1: βοάω (Strong's #994 — Verb — boao — bo-ah'-o ) akin to A, No. have anaboao here: see No. have epiboao, No. For Acts 21:34 , see No. ...
B — 2: ἀναβοάω (Strong's #310 — Verb — anaboao — an-ab-o-ah'-o ) ana, "up," intensive, and No. in Luke 9:38 , of the "crying" out of a man in a company (see No. ...
B — 3: ἐπιβοάω (Strong's #1916 — Verb — epiboao — ep-ee-bo-ah'-o ) epi, "upon," intensive, and No. in Acts 25:24 (see No. ) ...
B — 4: κράζω (Strong's #2896 — Verb — krazo — krad'-zo ) akin to A, No. 1, "to cry out," an onomatopoeic word, used especially of the "cry" of the raven; then, of any inarticulate cries, from fear, pain etc; of the "cry" of a Canaanitish woman, Matthew 15:22 (so the best mss. , instead of kraugazo); of the shouts of the children in the Temple, Matthew 21:15 ; of the people who shouted for Christ to be crucified, Matthew 27:23 ; Mark 15:13,14 ; of the "cry" of Christ on the Cross at the close of His sufferings, Matthew 27:50 ; Mark 15:39 (see No. In the Acts it is Not used of "cries" of distress, but chiefly of the shouts of opponents; in the Apocalypse, chiefly of the utterances of heavenly beings concerning earthly matters; in Romans 8:15 ; Galatians 4:6 , of the appeal of believers to God the Father; in Romans 9:27 , of a prophecy concerning Israel; in James 5:4 , metaphorically, of hire kept back by fraud. ...
Note: A recent translator renders this verb in Matthew 27:50 "uttered a scream," an utterly deplorable mistranslation and a misrepresentation of the nature of the Lord's "cry. " ...
B — 5: ἀνακράζω (Strong's #349 — Verb — anakrazo — an-ak-rad'-zo ) ana, "up," intensive, and No. ...
B — 6: κραυγάζω (Strong's #2905 — Verb — kraugazo — krow-gad'-zo ) a stronger form of No. 4, "to make a clamor or outcry" (A, No. See CALL , A, No. ...
B — 8: ἐπιφωνέω (Strong's #2019 — Verb — epiphoneo — ep-ee-fo-neh'-o ) No. , No. ...
Note: For aphiemi, Mark 15:37 , See UTTER. Comparing the various verbs, kaleo, denotes "to call out for any purpose," boao, "to cry out as an expression of feeling," krazo, "to cry out loudly
Cosmopolite - ) One who has No fixed residence, or who is at home in every place; a citizen of the world. ) Having No fixed residence; at home in any place; free from local attachments or prejudices; Not provincial; liberal
Doctrines: False (2) - There are No greater foes to sheep than wild dogs. In dome regions, sheep were No longer to be found, because these fierce creatures utterly devoured the flocks
List - See DESIRE , B, No. See DESIRE , B, No
Saturate - To impregnate or unite with, till No more can be received. Thus an acid saturates an alkali, and an alkali saturates an acid, when the solvent can contain No more of the dissolving body
More - The more part knew Not why they had come together. It is used to modify an adjective and form the comparative degree, having the same force and effect as the termination er, in monosyllables as more wise more illustrious more contemptible more durable. A second or another time again. The dove returned Not to him again any more. Genesis 8 ...
No more, Not continuing existing No longer gone deceased or destroyed. Cassius is No more. Troy is No more. ...
No more is used in commands, in an elliptical form of address. No more! that is, say No more let me hear No more. In this use however, more, when the sentence is complete, is a Noun or substitute for a Noun. ...
MORE, a Noun or substitute for a Noun. Here we rest we can do No more
Unsceptred - ) Having No scepter
Liturgy of Saint Mark - A development of the Alexandrine Rite, in Greek; No longer used
Mark, Liturgy of Saint - A development of the Alexandrine Rite, in Greek; No longer used
Probation - * For PROBATION, RV in Romans 5:4 , see EXPERIENCE , No
Rear up - * For REAR UP, John 2:20 , see RAISE , No
Reflecting - * For REFLECTING, 2 Corinthians 3:18 , RV, see BEHOLD , No
Regular - * For REGULAR, Acts 19:39 , RV, see LAW , C, No
Resemble - * For RESEMBLE, Luke 13:18 , AV, see LIKEN , B, No
Privy - 1: σύν (Strong's #4862 — Preposition — sunoida — soon ) see KNOW , No
Apetalous - ) Having No petals, or flower leaves. Straightway - * For STRAIGHTWAY see FORTHWITH , Nos. 1,2, 3, and IMMEDIATELY, No
Apolar - ) Having No radiating processes; - applied particularly to certain nerve cells
Savorless - ) Having No savor; destitute of smell or of taste; insipid
Bodiless - ) Having No body
Exalbuminous - ) Having No albumen about the embryo; - said of certain seeds
Fountainless - ) Having No fountain; destitute of springs or sources of water
Helem - See HELDAI,No
Torpent - ) Having No motion or activity; incapable of motion; benumbed; torpid
Sceptreless - ) Having No scepter; without authority; powerless; as, a scepterless king
Scatterling - ) One who has No fixed habitation or residence; a vagabond
No - or No-AMMON, a city of Egypt, supposed to be Thebes
Lad - * For LAD, in John 6:9 , see CHILD , A, No
Laud - * For LAUD (Romans 15:11 , AV) see PRAISE , B, No
Newborn - * For NEWBORN, 1 Peter 2:2 , see BEGET , C, No
Omitted - * For OMITTED (Matthew 23:23 , AV) see LEAVE (undone), No
Undesigning - ) Having No artful, ulterior, or fraudulent purpose; sincere; artless; simple
Agamous - ) Having No visible sexual organs; asexual
Aware - * For AWARE see KNOW , A, No
Mankind - * For MANKIND see MAN , No. 1, Note (3), MAN'S (c), ABUSERS ...
Moderation - * For MODERATION, Philippians 4:5 , AV, see FORBEARANCE , C, No
Train - * For TRAIN, Titus 2:4 , RV, see SOBER , B, No
Tranquil - * For TRANQUIL, 1 Timothy 2:2 , RV, see QUIET , No
Transparent - * For TRANSPARENT, Revelation 21:21 , see DAWN , A, No. 2, Note ...
Weariness - * For WEARINESS, 2 Corinthians 11:27 , RV see LABOR , No
Wheel - * For WHEEL, James 3:6 , RV, see COURSE , A, No
World Rulers - * For WORLD RULERS, Ephesians 6:12 , RV, see RULER , No
Shortly - ...
2: ταχέως (Strong's #5030 — Adverb — tacheos — takh-eh'-oce ) see QUICKLY , No. ...
3: τάχιον (Strong's #5032 — Adverb — tacheion — takh'-ee-on ) see QUICKLY , No. ...
4: ἐν (Strong's #1722 5034 — Preposition — en tachei — en ) see QUICKLY , No. ...
Note: In 2 Peter 1:14 , AV, tachinos, an adjective denoting "swift" (akin to the above), is translated "shortly" (RV, "swiftly"), lit
Bible: Judged by Its Fruits - Priest,' she replied, 'a little while ago my brother was an idler, a gambler, a drunkard, and made such a Noise in the house that No one could stay in it. Since he began to read the Bible, he works with industry, goes No longer to the tavern, No longer touches cards, brings home money to his poor old mother, and our life at home is quiet and delightful
Vesture - 1: ἱμάτιον (Strong's #2440 — Noun Neuter — himation — him-at'-ee-on ) "an outer garment," is rendered "vesture" in Revelation 19:13,16 , AV (RV, "garment"). See APPAREL , No. ...
2: ἱματισμός (Strong's #2441 — Noun Masculine — himatismos — him-at-is-mos' ) used of "clothing in general," is translated "vesture" in Matthew 27:35 , AV, in a quotation from Psalm 22:18 (RV, following the better texts, omits the quotation); in John 19:24 , AV and RV; see CLOTHING , No. ...
3: περιβόλαιον (Strong's #4018 — Noun Neuter — peribolation — per-ib-ol'-ah-yon ) is translated "vesture" in Hebrews 1:12 , AV (RV, "mantle"). See COVER , B, No
Helper, Fellow-Helper - 1: βοηθός (Strong's #998 — Adjective — boethos — bo-ay-thos' ) an adjective, akin to A, No. 2, and B, No. 4, under HELP, signifying "helping," is used as a Noun in Hebrews 13:6 , of God as the helper of His saints. ...
2: συνεργός (Strong's #4904 — Adjective — sunergos — soon-er-gos' ) an adjective, akin to B, No
Hardly - 1: δυσκόλως (Strong's #1423 — Adverb — duskolos — doos-kol'-oce ) the adverbial form of HARD, A, No. in Luke 9:39 , instead of No. ...
3: μόλις (Strong's #3433 — Adverb — molis — mol'-is ) "with difficulty, scarcely, hardly" (akin to molos, "toil"), is used as an alternative for No
Speak - 1: λέγω (Strong's #3004 — Verb — lego — leg'-o ) "to say, speak:" see SAY , No. ...
2: λαλέω (Strong's #2980 — Verb — laleo — lal-eh'-o ) for which see SAY , No. ...
3: προσλαλέω (Strong's #4354 — Verb — proslaleo — pros-lal-eh'-o ) "to speak to or with" (pros, "to," and No. ...
5: ἀποφθέγγομαι (Strong's #669 — Verb — apophthengomai — ap-of-theng'-om-ahee ) "to speak forth" (apo, "forth," and No. 4), is so rendered in Acts 2:14 , RV (AV, "said"), and Acts 26:25 ; in Acts 2:2 it denotes to give utterance. ...
7: καταλαλέω (Strong's #2635 — Verb — katalaleo — kat-al-al-eh'-o ) synonymous with No. 6 (kata, "against," and No. See BACKBITER , Note. ...
8: κακολογέω (Strong's #2551 — Verb — kakologeo — kak-ol-og-eh'-o ) "to speak evil:" see CURSE , B, No. ...
9: συλλαλέω (Strong's #4814 — Verb — sullaleo — sool-lal-eh'-o ) "to speak together" (sun, "with," and No. See COMMUNE , No. 3, CONFER, No. ...
11: προφθάνω (Strong's #4399 — Verb — prophthano — prof-than'-o ) "to anticipate" (an extension, by pro, "before," of phthano, which has the same meaning), is rendered "spake first" in Matthew 17:25 , RV (AV, "prevented"). ...
13: λέγω (Strong's #3004 — Verb — eiro — leg'-o ) for which see SAY , No. ...
Notes: (1) In Hebrews 12:5 , AV, dialegomai, "to discuss, to reason," is translated "speaketh" (RV, "reasoneth"). (4) In Hebrews 12:19 , prostithemi, "to put to, add," used with logos, "a word," is rendered "(that No word) more should be spoken," RV [1]. " See ANSWER , B, No. " (7) For "is spoken of" in Romans 1:8 , AV, see PROCLAIM , No. (8) For "spake out" in Luke 1:42 , AV, see VOICE , Note. (9) In Galatians 4:15 , there is No verb in the original for the AV, "ye spake of" (see RV). (12) In Acts 21:3 , AV, ginosko is translated "speak," RV, "know
Partake, Partaker - A — 1: κοινωνός (Strong's #2844 — Noun Masculine — koinonos — koy-no-nos' ) an adjective, signifying "having in common" (koinos, "common"), is used as a Noun, denoting "a companion, partner, partaker," translated "partakers" in Matthew 23:30 ; 1 Corinthians 10:18 , AV (see COMMUNION , B); 2 Corinthians 1:7 ; Hebrews 10:33 , RV (see COMPANION , No. ...
A — 2: συγκοινωνός (Strong's #4791 — Noun Masculine — sunkoinonos — soong-koy-no-nos' ) denotes "partaking jointly with" (sun, and No. , with the Gospel, as cooperating in its activity; the AV misplaces the "with" by attaching it to the superfluous italicized pronoun "you;" Philippians 1:7 , "partakers with (me of grace)," RV, and AV marg. ; Not as AV text, "partakers (of my grace);" Revelation 1:9 , "partaker with (you in the tribulation, etc. ...
A — 3: μέτοχος (Strong's #3353 — Adjective — metochos — met'-okh-os ) see FELLOW , No. ...
A — 4: συμμέτοχος (Strong's #4830 — Adjective — summetochos — soom-met'-okh-os ) "partaking together with" (sun, "with," and No. 3), is used as a Noun, a joint partaker, Ephesians 3:6 , RV, "fellow partakers" (AV, "partakers"); in Ephesians 5:7 , RV and AV, "partakers. " ...
Notes: (1) For antilambano, "to partake of," rendered "partakers" in 1 Timothy 6:2 , AV, see B, No. (2) For the phrase "to be partakers," Colossians 1:12 , see PART , A, No. ...
B — 1: κοινωνέω (Strong's #2841 — Verb — koinoneo — koy-no-neh'-o ) "to have a share of, to share with, take part in" (akin to A, No. 1), is translated "to be partaker of" in 1 Timothy 5:22 ; Hebrews 2:14 (1st part), AV, "are partakers of," RV, "are sharers in" (for the 2nd part see No. ...
B — 2: συγκοινωνέω (Strong's #4790 — Verb — sunkoinoneo — soong-koy-no-neh'-o ) see FELLOWSHIP , B, No. ...
B — 3: μετέχω (Strong's #3348 — Verb — metecho — met-ekh'-o ) "to partake of, share in" (meta, "with," echo, "to have"), akin to A, No. No. ) another tribe than that of Levi (AV, "pertaineth to"). See PARTNER , Note. ...
B — 4: ἀντιλαμβάνω (Strong's #482 — Verb — antilambano — an-tee-lam-ban'-om-ahee ) "to take hold of, to lay hold of" something before one, has the meaning "to partake of" in 1 Timothy 6:2 , RV, "partake of," marg. partakers of" (anti, "in return for," lambano, "to take or receive"); the benefit mentioned as "partaken" of by the masters would seem to be the improved quality of the service rendered; the benefit of redemption is Not in view here. ...
B — 5: μεταλαμβάνω (Strong's #3335 — Verb — metalambano — met-al-am-ban'-o ) "to have, or get, a share of," is translated "to be partaker (or partakers) of" in 2 Timothy 2:6 ; Hebrews 12:10
Chaff - Job 21:18 (a) As chaff has No value to the farmer, so the wicked have No value to GOD. Because they are worthless and are Not stable, Nor useful in GOD's program of life, they must be sent to the fire. ...
Psalm 1:4 (b) Here we have a type of certain kinds of people who have No value to GOD because of their wickedness. As chaff contains No chemicals that can be used by the farmer in any way, so the wicked are lacking in any value to GOD, and so are shut out from GOD's presence because of their worthlessness (See Matthew 3:12)
Needle - ...
2: βέλος (Strong's #956 — Noun Neuter — belone — bel'-os ) akin to belos, "a dart," denotes a sharp point, hence, "a needle," Luke 18:25 (some mss. have No. ...
Note: The idea of applying "the needle's eye" to small gates seems to be a modern one; there is No ancient trace of it. The Lord's object in the statement is to express human impossibility and there is No need to endeavor to soften the difficulty by taking the needle to mean anything more than the ordinary instrument. This mars the figure without materially altering the meaning, and receives No justification from the language and traditions of Palestine
African Rite - A development of the original Roman Rite; it is No longer used
Recommend - * For RECOMMEND, Acts 14:26 ; 15:40 , AV, see COMMEND , No
Aptote - ) A Noun which has No distinction of cases; an indeclinable Noun
Quiesce - ) To be silent, as a letter; to have No sound
Pathless - ) Having No beaten path or way; untrodden; impenetrable; as, pathless woods
Disannul - ) To annul completely; to render void or of No effect
Disproperty - ) To cause to be No longer property; to dispossess of
Exinanite - ) To make empty; to render of No effect; to humble
Depthless - ) Having No depth; shallow
Tappuah, Land of - District apparently in the locality of TAPPUAH, No
Unbounded - ) Having No bound or limit; as, unbounded space; an, unbounded ambition
Unexampled - ) Having No example or similar case; being without precedent; unprecedented; unparalleled
Odless - ) Having, or acknowledging, No God; without reverence for God; impious; wicked
Ymnosomata - They have No shell
Windstorm - ) A storm characterized by high wind with little or No rain
Unvessel - ) To cause to be No longer a vessel; to empty
Unbottomed - ) Having No bottom; bottomless
Like - * For (DID NoT) LIKE, Romans 1:28 , AV, see REFUSE; No
Addicted - * For ADDICTED (AV, of 1 Corinthians 16:15 ) see SET , No
Aright - * For ARIGHT (RV of 2 Timothy 2:15 ) see HANDLE , No
Object - * For the verb OBJECT, Acts 24:19 , see ACCUSATION , B, No
Mistrial - ) A false or erroneous trial; a trial which has No result
Undeserver - ) One of No merit; one who is Nor deserving or worthy
Rite, African - A development of the original Roman Rite; it is No longer used
Unprofitableness - The state of producing No profit or good uselessness inutility
Holy Ghost - * For HOLY GHOST see under SPIRIT and HOLY, B, No
Spirit of God: the Fire From Heaven - Suppose we saw an army sitting down before a granite fort, and they told us that they intended to batter it down, we might ask them, 'How!' They point to a cannon ball. Well, but there is No power in that; it is heavy, but Not more than half-a-hundred or perhaps a hundredweight; if all the men in the army hurled it against the fort they would make No impression. They say, 'No, but look at the cannon!' Well, but there is No power in that. It is a machine, and Nothing more. ' Well, there is No power in that; a child may spill it; a sparrow may peck it. Yet this powerless powder and powerless ball are put in the powerless cannon: one spark of fire enters it, and then, in the twinkling of an eye, that powder is a Rash of lightning, and that cannon ball is a thunderbolt which smites as if it had been sent from heaven
Plowman - The Lord is telling us that No farmer just plows his field constantly, day after day, and week after week. We must be sure to plant the seed, the wheat, the Gospel, or else there will be No crop. has Not been free to work because of bad teaching, or No teaching. There are No conversions, No restorations, No good results. The plowing, the harrowing, the planting and the reaping may and should take place at the opening of a series of meetings, and Not just at the close
Uncertainly - It flies in an erratic way, here and there, and Not "as the crow flies. They are headed Nowhere, and make No progress in life. When they finish their message, you do Not know what point they were making. They give No clear explanation of the Gospel, Nor do they reveal GOD's truth about CHRIST. No wonder the people who listen to such preaching have No peace in their hearts, and No knowledge of GOD in their souls. ...
1 Timothy 6:17 (a) It has been proved many times that riches do Not bring the peace and the blessing that was expected of them. One wealthy man who lost a great deal of money was asked, "Do you Not worry about the money you have lost?" He answered, "No, it was my money that got me into trouble
Commandment - 1: διάταγμα (Strong's #1297 — Noun Neuter — diatagma — dee-at'-ag-mah ) signifies "that which is imposed by decree or law," Hebrews 11:23 . It stresses the concrete character of the "commandment" more than epitage (No. COMMAND, No. For the verb in Hebrews 11:22 see No. ...
2: ἐντολή (Strong's #1785 — Noun Feminine — entole — en-tol-ay' ) akin to No. 3, above, denotes, in general, "an injunction, charge, precept, commandment. ...
3: ἔνταλμα (Strong's #1778 — Noun Neuter — entalma — en'-tal-mah ) akin to No. ...
4: ἐπιταγή (Strong's #2003 — Noun Feminine — epitage — ep-ee-tag-ay' ) akin to No. ...
Notes: (1) For parangelia (cp
Slay, Slain, Slew - 1: ἀποκτείνω (Strong's #615 — Verb — apokteino — ap-ok-ti'-no ) the usual word for "to kill," is so translated in the RV wherever possible (e. , for AV, "to slay," in Luke 11:49 ; Acts 7:52 ; Revelation 2:13 ; 9:15 ; 11:13 ; 19:21 ); in the following the verb "to kill" would Not be appropriate, Romans 7:11 , "slew," metaphorically of sin, as using the commandment; Ephesians 2:16 , "having slain," said metaphorically of the enmity between Jew and Gentile. See KILL , No. ...
Note: Some mss. ); hence the RV, "shall slay," of the destruction of the man of sin See KILL , No. See KILL , No. ...
4: κατασφάζω (Strong's #2695 — Verb — katasphazo — kat-as-fat'-to ) "to kill off" (kata, used intensively, and No. See KILL , No. See KILL , No. Note: For thuo, Acts 11:7 , AV, "slay" (RV, "kill"), see KILL , No
Drive, Driven, Drave, Drove - 1: ἐκβάλλω (Strong's #1544 — Verb — ekballo — ek-bal'-lo ) denotes, lit. See CAST , No. ...
3: ἐλαύνω (Strong's #1643 — Verb — elauno — el-ow'-no ) signifies "to drive, impel, urge on. " See also CARRY , Note (2), ROW. ...
4: ἀπελαύνω (Strong's #556 — Verb — apelauno — ap-el-ow'-no ) apo, "from," and No. No. , "to bear through" (dia, "through," and No. See BETTER (be), No. ...
Note: For "let . drive," Acts 27:15 , see GIVE , No
Galilee, Mountain in - No record or hint indicates to us what mountain is meant. There is No foundation for the theory that it is the Mt. of Olives, whose North point is said to have borne the name ‘Galilee
Aboard - 1: ἐπιβαίνω (Strong's #1910 — Verb — epibaino — ep-ee-bah'ee-no ) "to go upon" (epi, "upon," baino, "to go"), is once translated "we went aboard," Acts 21:2 , the single verb being short for "going aboard ship. " See COME , No
Writing - 1: γράμμα (Strong's #1121 — Noun Neuter — gramma — gram'-mah ) from grapho, "to write," is rendered "writings" in John 5:47 . See LETTER , No. ...
Notes: (1) For biblion, "writing," AV in Matthew 19:7 , see BILL , No
Waver, Wavering - A — 1: ἀκλινής (Strong's #186 — Adjective — aklines — ak-lee-nace' ) "without bending" (a, negative, klino, "to bend"), occurs in Hebrews 10:23 , AV, "without wavering," RV, "that it waver Not. " ...
B — 1: διακρίνω (Strong's #1252 — Verb — diakrino — dee-ak-ree'-no ) is rendered "to waver" in Romans 4:20 , RV (AV, "staggered"); in James 1:6 (twice). See DOUBT , No
Potentate - 1 Timothy 6:15 , see AUTHORITY , No
Atypical - ) That has No type; devoid of typical character; irregular; unlike the type
Aprocta - ) A group of Turbellaria in which there is No anal aperture
Anodon - ) A genus of fresh-water bivalves, having No teeth at the hinge
Attle - ) Rubbish or refuse consisting of broken rock containing little or No ore
Strake - * For STRAKE, Acts 27:17 , AV (RV, "lowered"), see LET DOWN , No
Strict - * For STRICT, RV, see MANNER , A, No
Awless - ) Inspiring No awe
Aich's Metal - A kind of gun metal, containing copper, zinc, and iron, but No tin
Uncompromising - ) Not admitting of compromise; making No truce or concessions; obstinate; unyielding; inflexible
Unborn - ) Not born; No yet brought into life; being still to appear; future
Yes - ) Ay; yea; - a word which expresses affirmation or consent; - opposed to No
Toxoid - ) An altered form of a toxin, possessing little or No toxic power
Wood-Sere - ) The time when there No sap in the trees; the winter season
Unpastor - ) To cause to be No longer pastor; to deprive of pastorship
Unowned - ) Not owned; having No owner. ) Not acknowledged; Not avowed
Windless - ) Having No wind; calm
Matchless - ) Having No equal; unequaled
Thrall-Less - ) Not enslaved; Not subject to bonds. ) Having No thralls
Punites - See Puah, No
Attentive - * For ATTENTIVE, in the AV of Luke 19:48 , see HANG , No
Corpse - 1: πτῶμα (Strong's #4430 — Noun Neuter — ptoma — pto'-mah ) see BODY , No
Set - See ABIDE , No. , "to set down" (kata, "down," and No. in Hebrews 2:7 , and translated "set over" (AV), See APPOINT , No. ...
A — 3: τίθημι (Strong's #5087 — Verb — tithemi — tith'-ay-mee ) "to put, to place," is translated "to set" in Acts 1:7 , of times and seasons (AV, "put"); Acts 13:47 ; Revelation 10:2 ; "setteth on" (of wine) in John 2:10 , RV (AV, "doth set forth"); in the AV of Mark 4:21 (2nd part) and in Luke 8:16 it is rendered "set" (RV, "put"), of a lamp (some texts have No. See APPOINT , No. ...
A — 4: παρατίθημι (Strong's #3908 — Verb — paratithemi — par-at-ith'-ay-mee ) "to place beside" (para, "beside," and No. See ALLEGE , No. 1, PUT, No. ...
A — 5: περιτίθημι (Strong's #4060 — Verb — peritithemi — per-ee-tith'-ay-mee ) "to place or put around" (peri, "around," and No. See BESTOW , No. No. ...
A — 7: προτίθημι (Strong's #4388 — Verb — protithemi — prot-ith'-em-ahee ) "to set before" (pro, "before," and No. See PURPOSE , B, No. ...
Note: In Hebrews 8:1 , kathizo is used intransitively, RV, "sat down" (AV, "is set"); so in Hebrews 12:2 , RV, "hath sat down" (AV, "is set down"); Revelation 3:21 , RV, "I . So epikathizo in Matthew 21:7 (last part), RV, "He sat" [1]" See SIT , No. " See APPOINT , No. ...
A — 11: ἀνατάσσομαι (Strong's #392 — Verb — anatassomai — an-at-as'-som-ahee ) "to arrange in order, draw up in order" (ana, "up," and the Middle Voice of No. " See DRAW , No. ...
A — 12: δύνω (Strong's #1416 — Verb — duno — doo'-no, doo'-mee ) "to sink into," is used of the "setting" of the sun, Mark 1:32 , "did set;" Luke 4:40 , "was setting. have sunelauno, "to drive together, force together. See DECLARE , No. See ENTANGLE , No. See ACCOMPANY , No. ...
A — 17: ἀποδείκνυμι (Strong's #584 — Verb — apodeiknumi — ap-od-ike'-noo-mee ) "to show forth, declare," is translated "set forth" in 1 Corinthians 4:9 , here, a technical term, used for exhibiting gladiators in an arena, "last of all" referring to the grand finale, to make the most thrilling sport for the spectators (cp. See ESTABLISH , No. ...
A — 20: ἀνορθόω (Strong's #461 — Verb — anorthoo — an-orth-o'-o ) "to set straight, set up" (ana, "up," orthos, "straight"), is used in Acts 15:16 in God's promise to "set" up the fallen tabernacle (skene, "tent") of David. See LIFT , No. ...
A — 21: κεῖμαι (Strong's #2749 — Verb — keimai — ki'-mahee ) "to lie, to be laid" (used as the Passive Voice of tithemi, No. " See LEAN , LIE , Note (1) SIT, No. ...
A — 23: πρόκειμαι (Strong's #4295 — Verb — prokeimai — prok'-i-mahee ) signifies (a) "to be set before" (pro, "before," and No. It is used elsewhere in 2 Corinthians 8:12 , for which see FIRST , D, Note (2). For the meaning of this verb in Galatians 3:1 , RV, "openly set forth," see OPENLY , No. 2, Note. ...
B — 1: τακτός (Strong's #5002 — Adjective — taktos — tak-tos' ) an adjective (from tasso, A, No. ...
Notes: (1) For "to set at liberty" (apoluo and apostello), see LIBERTY. " See SIT , No. (4) For Acts 7:5 , "to set his foot on," see FOOT , A, No. 1, Note. See FASTEN , No. See SIT , No. (8) In Matthew 27:66 there is No word in the Greek representing the AV "setting;" the RV has "the guard being with them," lit. , AFFECTION, FIRE, MIND, NoUGHT, ORDER, SEAL, UPROAR, VARIANCE
Unseven - ) To render other than seven; to make to be No longer seven
Racal i - a mistake for ‘Carmel’ (No
Redound - * For REDOUND, 2 Corinthians 4:15 (RV, "abound"), see ABUNDANCE , B, No
Atrocha - ) A kind of chaetopod larva in which No circles of cilia are developed
Chartless - ) Without a chart; having No guide. ) Not mapped; uncharted; vague
Exarillate - ) Having No aril; - said of certain seeds, or of the plants producing them
Physoclisti - ) An order of teleost in which the air bladder has No opening
Acotyledon - ) A plant which has No cotyledons, as the dodder and all flowerless plants
Bethuel, Bethul - See BETHEL, No
Ararite - ARARITE ( 2 Samuel 23:33 b RV Libertine - One who acts without restraint, and pays No regard to the precepts of religion
Unconcernment - ) The state of being unconcerned, or of having No share or concern; unconcernedness
Unaware - ) Not aware; Not Noticing; giving No heed; thoughtless; inattentive
Abiezrite - One of the family of Abiezer, No
Tend - * For TEND, John 21:16 ; 1 Peter 5:2 , RV, see FEED , No
Condescend - 1: συναπάγω (Strong's #4879 — Verb — sunapago — soon-ap-ag'-o ) see CARRY , No
Transfer - * For TRANSFER (in a figure) see FASHION , C, No. 1, and FIGURE, Note (2)
Large - See GREAT , No. ...
2: ἱκανός (Strong's #2425 — Adjective — hikanos — hik-an-os' ) of persons, denotes "sufficient, competent, fit;" of things, "sufficient, enough, much, many (so of time);" it is translated "large" in Matthew 28:12 , of money. See ABLE , C, No. ...
3: πηλίκος (Strong's #4080 — pronoun — pelikos — pay-lee'-kos ) "how large," is used of letters of the alphabet, characters in writing, Galatians 6:11 , "with how large (letters);" it is said of personal greatness in Hebrews 7:4 . See GREAT , No
Vex - ...
Notes: (1) In Luke 6:18 , the best texts have enochleo, RV, "troubled. " See TROUBLE , B, No. " See DISTRESS B, No. " See AFFLICT , No. (4) For Matthew 17:15 , AV, "vexed," see GRIEVOUSLY , B, Note (2)
Hired Servant, Hireling - 1: μισθωτός (Strong's #3411 — Adjective — misthotos — mis-tho-tos' ) an adjective denoting "hired," is used as a Noun, signifying "one who is hired," "hired servants," Mark 1:20 ; "hireling," John 10:12,13 ; here, it expresses, Not only one who has No real interest in his duty (that may or may Not be present in its use in Mark 1:20 , and in misthios, No. " ...
2: μίσθιος (Strong's #3407 — Adjective — misthios — mis'-thee-os ) an adjective, akin to No
Doer - 1: ποιητής (Strong's #4163 — Noun Masculine — poietes — poy-ay-tace' ) akin to poieo, see DO , No. ...
Notes: (1) For prasso, rendered "doer" in Romans 2:25 , see DO , No
Leaven - They were cautious that No leaven should be found in their houses. (See Exodus 12:15-19) No doubt this had a gospel signification, and was intended to teach, that Nothing would be permitted to leaven or mingle with the blood and righteousness of the Lord Jesus Christ, for acceptance before God
Frustrate - ) Vain; ineffectual; useless; unprofitable; null; voil; nugatory; of No effect. ) To bring to Nothing; to prevent from attaining a purpose; to disappoint; to defeat; to baffle; as, to frustrate a plan, design, or attempt; to frustrate the will or purpose. ) To make null; to nullifly; to render invalid or of No effect; as, to frustrate a conveyance or deed
Ingratitude - The vice of being insensible to favours received, without any endeavour to acknowledge and repay them. Ingratitude, it is said, is No passion: for the God of nature has appointed No motion of the spirits whereby it might be excited; it is, therefore, a mere vice, arising from pride, stupidity, or narrowness of soul
Wot - * Note: This form, the 1st person singular and the plural of the present tense of an Anglo-Saxon verb witan, "to see" or "to know" (for the past tense cp. WIST), is a rendering of (1) oida, "to know," in Acts 3:17 ; 7:40 ; Romans 11:2 (see KNOW , No. 2); (2) gnorizo, "to come to know," in Philippians 1:22 (see KNOW , No
Perish - For the meaning of the word see DESTROY , No. ...
2: συναπόλλυμι (Strong's #4881 — Verb — sunapollumi — soon-ap-ol'-loo-mee ) in the Middle Voice, denotes "to perish together" (sun, "with," and No. ...
3: ἀποθνῄσκω (Strong's #599 — Verb — apothnesko — ap-oth-nace'-ko ) "to die;" in Matthew 8:32 "perished," See DIE , No. ...
4: ἀφανίζω (Strong's #853 — Verb — aphanizo — af-an-id'-zo ) "to make unseen" (a, negative, phaino, "to cause to appear"), in the Passive Voice, is translated "perish" in Acts 13:41 (RV, marg. See CORRUPT , No. ...
Notes: (1) In Acts 8:20 , "(thy money) perish" is a translation of a phrase, lit, "be unto destruction," apoleia; see DESTRUCTION , B, (II), No. , "unto corruption;" see CORRUPT , B, No. (3) For "shall utterly perish," in 2 Peter 2:12 , AV, see CORRUPT , B, No
Never - 1: οὐδέποτε (Strong's #3763 — Adverb — oudepote — oo-dep'-ot-eh ) from oude, "not even," and pote, "at any time," is used in definite negative statements, e. ...
2: μηδέποτε (Strong's #3368 — Adverb — medepote — may-dep'-ot-eh ) virtually the same as No. ...
3: οὐδέπω (Strong's #3764 — Adverb — oudepo — oo-dep'-o ) "not yet," is translated "never (man) yet" in John 19:41 ("man" representing the idiomatically used negative pronoun oudeis, "no one"); some mss. have it in Luke 23:53 , instead of oupo, "not yet. " ...
Notes: (1) In Mark 14:21 , AV the negative particle ouk, "not," is translated "never" (RV, "not"); the negative particle me, "not" (which suggests Non-existence when the existence was after all possible, or even probable, in contrast to ou, which implies Non-existence absolutely) is translated "never" in John 7:15 , AV and RV (2) The phrase eis ton aiona, "for ever" (not to be rendered literally, "unto the age," see ETERNAL), preceded by the double negative ou me, denotes "never," John 4:14 ; 8:51,52 ; 10:28 ; 11:26 ; 13:8 ; so preceded by ouk, "not," in Mark 3:29 (3) In 2 Peter 1:10 , "never" is the translation of ou me pote, i. , "by No means ever;" so with the double negative followed by the extended word popote, i. , "by No means Not even at any time," John 6:35 (2nd part). (4) Popote follows oudeis, "no one," in the dative case ("to No man"); so in Luke 19:30 , where oudeis is in the Nominative case, RV, "no man ever yet" (AV, "yet never man")
Irshemesh - Probably the same as BETH-SHEMESH, No
Pretense - 1: πρόφασις (Strong's #4392 — Noun Feminine — prophasis — prof'-as-is ) see CLOKE (Pretense), No
Air-Built - ) Erected in the air; having No solid foundation; chimerical; as, an air-built castle
Pistillate - ) Having a pistil or pistils; - usually said of flowers having pistils but No stamens
Shoreless - ) Having No shore or coast; of indefinite or unlimited extent; as, a shoreless ocean
Acrita - ) The lowest groups of animals, in which No nervous system has been observed
Bilgai - Perhaps the same as Bilgah, No
Asexual - ) Having No distinct sex; without sexual action; as, asexual reproduction
Pointless - ) Having No point; blunt; wanting keenness; obtuse; as, a pointless sword; a pointless remark
Zain - ) A horse of a dark color, neither gray Nor white, and having No spots
Scouse - Bread scouse contains No meat; lobscouse contains meat, etc
Virginity - Maidenhood the state of having had No carnal knowledge of man
Prevail - See ABLE , B, No. ...
2: κατισχύω (Strong's #2729 — Verb — katischuo — kat-is-khoo'-o ) "to be strong against" (kata, "against," and No. The meaning of the verb with the negative is better expressed by the phrase "he would do No good;" so in John 12:19 , "ye prevail (nothing)," lit. , "ye are doing No good. mightest prevail [1] (when Thou comest into judgment);" that the righteousness of the judge's verdict compels an acknowledgement on the part of the accused, is inevitable where God is the judge. God's promises to Israel provided No guarantee that an unrepentant Jew would escape doom. See CONQUER , No
Cost, Costliness, Costly - A — 1: δαπάνη (Strong's #1160 — Noun Feminine — dapane — dap-an'-ay ) "expense, cost" (from dapto, "to tear;" from a root dap, meaning "to divide"), is found in Luke 14:28 , in the Lord's illustration of counting the "cost" of becoming His disciple. ...
A — 2: τιμιότης (Strong's #5094 — Noun Feminine — timiotes — tim-ee-ot'-ace ) "costliness" (from timios, "valued at great price, precious;" see No. 3, below), is connected with time, "honor, price," and used in Revelation 18:19 , in reference to Babylon. ...
B — 1: τίμιος (Strong's #5093 — Adjective — timios — tim'-ee-os ) akin to A, No. See DEAR , HONORABLE , PRECIOUS , REPUTATION. No. 1 and A, No. , "of great value" (see A, No. 2 and B, No
Ammon, or no-Ammon, or no - The name of the city is properly No-Ammon, that is, the seat or dwelling of the god Ammon, Nahum 3:8 , in the Hebrew. In Ezekiel 30:14-16 , it is called simply No; and in Nahum 3:8 Jeremiah 46:25 , the English version has also only No. In the latter passage, "the multitude of No" would be better "Ammon of No. " The name designates, beyond all reasonable doubt, the city of Thebes, the ancient and renowned capital of Upper Egypt
Thought - 1: ἐπίνοια (Strong's #1963 — Noun Feminine — epinoia — ep-in'-oy-ah ) "a thought by way of a design" (akin to epinoeo, "to contrive," epi, intensive, Noeo, "to consider"), is used in Acts 8:22 . ...
2: νόημα (Strong's #3540 — Noun Neuter — Noema — No'-ay-mah ) "a purpose, device of the mind" (akin to Noeo, see No. 1), is rendered "thought" in 2 Corinthians 10:5 , "thoughts" in Philippians 4:7 , RV: see DEVICE , No. ...
3: διανόημα (Strong's #1270 — Noun Neuter — dianoema — dee-an-o'-ay-mah ) "a thought," occurs in Luke 11:17 , where the sense is that of "machinations. " ...
4: ἐνθύμησις (Strong's #1761 — Noun Feminine — enthumesis — en-thoo'-may-sis ) is translated "thoughts" in Matthew 9:4 ; 12:25 ; Hebrews 4:12 : see DEVICE , No. ...
5: λογισμός (Strong's #3053 — Noun Masculine — logismos — log-is-mos' ) is translated "thoughts" in Romans 2:15 : see IMAGINATION , No. ...
6: διαλογισμός (Strong's #1261 — Noun Masculine — dialogismos — dee-al-og-is-mos' ) "reasoning," is translated "thoughts" in Matthew 15:19 ; Mark 7:21 ; Luke 2:35 ; 6:8 ; in Luke 5:22 , AV, RV, "reasonings;" in Luke 9:47 , AV, RV, "reasoning," and Luke 24:38 , AV, RV, "reasonings;" so 1 Corinthians 3:20 ; in Luke 9:46 , AV and RV, "reasoning;" "thoughts" in James 2:4 , AV and RV
Exceed, Exceeding, Exceedingly - huperbole, under EXCEL, B, No. See ABUNDANCE , B, No. 10, see No. ...
B — 3: σφοδρῶς (Strong's #4971 — Adverb — sphodros — sfod-roce' ) "exceedingly" (see No. have this word (RV, "exceedingly") for No. ...
B — 5: περισσοτέρως (Strong's #4056 — Adverb — perissoteros — per-is-sot-er'-oce ) the comparative degree of No. 4, "abundantly, exceedingly" (akin to A, No. 2), Galatians 1:14 , "more exceedingly;" 1 Thessalonians 2:17 , RV, "the more exceedingly," for AV, "the more abundantly;" see ABUNDANCE , D, No. ...
B — 6: χόρτος (Strong's #5528 1537 4053 — Noun Masculine — huperekperissou — khor'-tos ) denotes "superabundantly" (huper, "over," ek, "from," perissos, "abundant"); in 1 Thessalonians 3:10 , "exceedingly;" Ephesians 3:20 , "exceeding abundantly. " Another form, huperekperissos (huper, and ek and No. See ABUNDANT , D, No. ...
Notes: (1) In Acts 7:20 , the phrase "exceeding fair" (asteios) is, lit
Refuse - 1: ἀρνέομαι (Strong's #720 — Verb — arneomai — ar-neh'-om-ahee ) "to deny, renounce, reject," in late Greek came to signify "to refuse to acknowledge, to disown," and is translated "to refuse" in Acts 7:35 ; Hebrews 11:24 . See DENY , No. ...
2: παραιτέομαι (Strong's #3868 — Verb — paraiteomai — par-ahee-teh'-om-ahee ) for the various meanings of which see AVOID , No. 3, denotes "to refuse" in Acts 25:11 ; 1 Timothy 4:7 ; 5:11 ; 2 Timothy 2:23 , RV (AV, "avoid"); Titus 3:10 , RV (marg. ...
3: δοκιμάζω (Strong's #1381 — Verb — dokimazo — dok-im-ad'-zo ) "to prove, to approve," used with a negative in Romans 1:28 , is translated "they refused," RV (AV, "they did Not like"); RV marg. , "did Not approve. " See APPROVE , No. ...
Notes: (1) For parakouo, "to refuse to hear," RV in Matthew 18:17 (twice), see HEAR , A, No
Request - A — 1: αἴτημα (Strong's #155 — Noun Neuter — aitema — ah'ee-tay-mah ) denotes "that which has been asked for" (akin to aiteo, "to ask"); in Luke 23:24 , RV, "what they asked for" (AV, "as they required"), lit. , "their request (should be done, ginomai);" in Philippians 4:6 , "requests;" in 1 John 5:15 , "petitions. ...
A — 2: δέησις (Strong's #1162 — Noun Feminine — deesis — deh'-ay-sis ) "an asking, entreaty, supplication," is translated "request" in Philippians 1:4 , AV (RV, "supplication"). ...
B — 1: δέομαι (Strong's #1189 — Verb — deomai — deh'-om-ahee ) akin to A, No. See BESEECH , No. See ASK , No. See ASK , No. 2 and remarks on the difference between Nos
Strife - 1: ἔρις (Strong's #2054 — Noun Feminine — eris — er'-is ) "strife, contention," is the expression of "enmity," Romans 1:29 , RV, "strife" (AV, "debate"); Romans 13:13 ; 1 Corinthians 1:11 , "contentions" (RV and AV); 1 Corinthians 3:3 ; 2 Corinthians 12:20 , RV, "strife" (AV, "debates"); Galatians 5:20 , RV, "strife" (AV, "variance"); Philippians 1:15 ; 1 Timothy 6:4 ; Titus 3:9 , RV, "strifes" (AV, "contentions"). See CONTENTION , A, No. ...
2: ἐριθεία (Strong's #2052 — Noun Feminine — erithia — er-ith-i'-ah ) see FACTION. ...
3: ἀντιλογία (Strong's #485 — Noun Feminine — antilogia — an-tee-log-ee'-ah ) "strifes," Hebrews 6:16 , AV: see DISPUTE , A, No. ...
4: μάχη (Strong's #3163 — Noun Feminine — mache — makh'-ay ) "strifes," 2 Timothy 2:23 : see FIGHTING , A. ...
5: φιλονεικία (Strong's #5379 — Noun Feminine — philoneikia — fil-on-i-kee'-ah ) "strife," Luke 22:24 , AV: see CONTENTION , A, No. ...
6: λογομαχία (Strong's #3055 — Noun Feminine — logomachia — log-om-akh-ee'-ah ) "strife of words," 1 Timothy 6:4 : see DISPUTE , A, No
Affirm - 1: διαβεβαιόομαι (Strong's #1226 — Verb — diabebaioomai — dee-ab-eb-ahee-o'-om-ahee ) dia, intensive, and bebaioo, to confirm, make sure, denotes to assert strongly, "affirm confidently," 1 Timothy 1:7 ; Titus 3:8 (AV, "affirm constantly"). ...
2: διϊσχυρίζομαι (Strong's #1340 — Verb — diischurizomai — dee-is-khoo-rid'-zom-ahee ) as in No. 1, and ischurizosai, "to corroborate" (ischuros "strong;" see ABILITY , A, No. 2 and C, No. 2 Note), primarily signifies "to lean upon," hence, "to affirm stoutly, assert vehemently," Luke 22:59 ; Acts 12:15 . ...
3: φάσκω (Strong's #5335 — Verb — phasko — fas'-ko ) a frequentative form of the verb phemi (No. 4), denotes "to allege, to affirm by way of alleging or professing," Acts 24:9 (RV, "affirming," AV, "saying"); 25:19; Romans 1:22 , "professing
Want - A — 1: ὑστέρησις (Strong's #5304 — Noun Feminine — husteresis — hoos-ter'-ay-sis ) akin to B, No. ...
A — 2: ὕστερον (Strong's #5305 — Noun Neuter — husterema — hoos'-ter-on ) denotes (more concretely than No. ...
A — 3: χρεία (Strong's #5532 — Noun Feminine — chreia — khri'-ah ) is rendered "want" in Philippians 2:25 , AV (RV, "need"). See BEHIND , B, No. See LACK , C, No
Acaulescent - ) Having No stem or caulis, or only a very short one concealed in the ground
Chaseba - There is No corresponding name in the lists of Ezra and Nehemiah
Demeanor - 1: κατάστημα (Strong's #2688 — Noun Neuter — katastema — kat-as'-tay-mah ) see BEHAVIOR , B, No
Aneroid - ) Containing No liquid; - said of a kind of barometer
Bystander - ) One who stands near; a spectator; one who has No concern with the business transacting
Seek-no-Further - ) A kind of choice winter apple, having a subacid taste; - formerly called go-no-further
Favorless - ) Unfavored; Not regarded with favor; having No countenance or support
Remorseless - ) Being without remorse; having No pity; hence, destitute of sensibility; cruel; insensible to distress; merciless
Tabes - ) Progressive emaciation of the body, accompained with hectic fever, with No well-marked logical symptoms
Unclinch - ) To cause to be No longer clinched; to open; as, to unclinch the fist
Unfalcated - ) Having No deductions; Not curtailed, or shortened; undiminished. ) Not falcated, or hooked
Tongueless - ) Having No tongue. ) Unnamed; Not spoken of
Dimonah - City in the south of Judah, Joshua 15:22 : perhaps the same as DIBON, No
Lidless - ) Having No lid, or Not covered with the lids, as the eyes; hence, sleepless; watchful
Beth-ha'Ran - (Numbers 32:36 ) It is No doubt the same place as BETH-ARAM
See, Seeing - " For the various uses see BEHOLD , No. 2; see Note below. ...
A — 2: ὁράω (Strong's #3708 — Verb — horao — hor-ah'-o ) with the form eidon, serving for its aorist tense, and opsomai, for its future tense (Middle Voice), denotes "to see," of bodily vision, e. " See BEHOLD , No. ...
Note: "Horao and blepo both denote the physical act: horao, in general, blepo, the single look; horao gives prominence to the discerning mind, blepo to the particular mood or point. When the physical side recedes, horao denotes perception in general (as resulting principally from vision) . Blepo, on the other hand, when its physical side recedes, gets a purely outward sense, look (open, incline) towards [1]" (Schmidt, Grimm-Thayer). ...
A — 3: ἀφοράω (Strong's #872 — Verb — aphorao — af-or-ah'-o ) with apeidon serving as the aorist tense, "to look away from one thing so as to see another" (apo, "from," and No. , "to look down" (kata, and No. 2), denotes "to discern clearly," Romans 1:20 , "are clearly seen. ...
A — 5: διαβλέπω (Strong's #1227 — Verb — diablepo — dee-ab-lep'-o ) "to see clearly" (dia, "through," and No. 1), is used in Matthew 7:5 ; Luke 6:42 ; in Mark 8:25 , RV, "he looked steadfastly" (No. 6 is used in the next clause; No. 24, and No. ...
A — 6: ἐμβλέπω (Strong's #1689 — Verb — emblepo — em-blep'-o ) "to look at" (en, "in," and No. 1), used of earnestly looking, is translated "saw" in Mark 8:25 (last part); "could (not) see" in Acts 22:11 . See BEHOLD , No. ...
A — 8: θεάομαι (Strong's #2300 — Verb — theaomai — theh-ah'-om-ahee ) "to view attentively, to see with admiration, desire, or regard," stresses more especially the action of the person beholding, as with No. 1, in contrast to No. 2; it is used in Matthew 11:7 (RV, "to behold"), while idein, the infinitive of eidon (see under No. ); 21:27; Romans 15:24 ; elsewhere, for the AV, "to see," the RV uses the verb "to behold" bringing out its force more suitably, See BEHOLD , No. ...
A — 9: θεωρέω (Strong's #2334 — Verb — theoreo — theh-o-reh'-o ) denotes "to be a spectator of," indicating the careful perusal of details in the object; it points especially, as in No. The difference between this verb and Nos. 5 blepo is used of John's sight of the linen cloths in the tomb, without his entering in; he "saw" at a glance the Lord was Not there; in ver. 8 the grasping by John of the significance of the undisturbed cloths is denoted by eidon (see No. , in the words "mutter," "mute"), occurs in 2 Peter 1:9 , RV, "seeing only what is near" (AV, "and cannot see afar off"); this does Not contradict the preceding word "blind," it qualifies it; he of whom it is true is blind in that he cannot discern spiritual things, he is near-sighted in that he is occupied in regarding worldly affairs. ...
A — 11: φαίνω (Strong's #5316 — Verb — phaino — fah'ee-no ) "to cause to appear," and in the Passive Voice, "to appear, be manifest," is rendered "(that) they may be seen" in Matthew 6:5 ; "it was (never so) seen," Matthew 9:33 . ...
Notes: (1) For ide and idou, regularly rendered "behold" in the RV, see BEHOLD , No. (2) For optano, in Acts 1:3 , AV, "being seen," see APPEAR , A, No. ...
B — 1: βλέμμα (Strong's #990 — Noun Neuter — blemma — blem'-mah ) primarily, "a look, a glance" (akin to A, No. 1), denotes "sight," 2 Peter 2:8 , rendered "seeing;" some interpret it as meaning "look;" Moulton and Milligan illustrate it thus from the papyri; it seems difficult, however to take the next word "hearing" (in the similar construction) in this way
Tell - See SAY , No. ...
2: λαλέω (Strong's #2980 — Verb — laleo — lal-eh'-o ) for which see SAY , No. ...
4: λέγω (Strong's #3004 — Verb — eiro — leg'-o ) for which see SAY , No. ...
5: ἀπαγγέλλω (Strong's #518 — Verb — apangello — ap-ang-el'-lo ) "to announce, declare, report" (usually as a messenger), is frequently rendered "to tell," e. See BRING , No. ...
6: ἀναγγέλλω (Strong's #312 — Verb — anangello — an-ang-el'-lo ) "to bring back word, announce," is sometimes rendered "to tell," e. See DECLARE , No. ...
7: διηγέομαι (Strong's #1334 — Verb — diegeomai — dee-ayg-eh'-om-ahee ) for which see DECLARE , No. ...
8: ἐξηγέομαι (Strong's #1834 — Verb — exegeomai — ex-ayg-eh'-om-ahee ) for which see DECLARE , No. ...
10: μηνύω (Strong's #3377 — Verb — menuo — may-noo'-o ) is rendered "told" in Acts 23:30 , AV: see show, No. ...
Note: In the following, oida, "to know," is translated "tell" in the AV (RV, "know"), Matthew 21:27 ; Mark 11:33 ; Luke 20:7 ; John 3:8 ; 8:14 ; 16:18 ; 2 Corinthians 12:2
Cushan-Rishathaim - We have No other information about him. Some have tried to see Aram as an unintentional copying error for an original Edom, but No evidence exists for this conjecture
Extinct - Being at an end having No survivor as, a family or race is extinct. Being at an end, by abolition or disuse having No force as, the law is extinct
Discover - ...
1: ἀναφαίνω (Strong's #398 — Verb — anaphaino — an-af-ah'ee-no ) see APPEAR , A, No. ...
2: κατανοέω (Strong's #2657 — Verb — katanoeo — kat-an-o-eh'-o ) "to perceive distinctly, discern clearly, descry," is translated "discovered" in Acts 27:39 , AV, of finding a bay with a creek (RV, "perceived")
Priest - Luke 10:31 (c) This clergyman represents the fact that religion has No remedy for the man who has fallen among thieves in his life, and has been robbed of his peace, his joy and his soul's welfare. The Levite represents Christian workers, so-called, who have plenty of religion to give, but No CHRIST
Cage - ...
Revelation 18:2 (a) It reveals that there are religious systems which house Satanic forces and hold them in such a grip that No Gospel and No emancipating power from Heaven is permitted to enter and deliver
Silent - ) Having No effect; Not operating; inefficient. ) Free from sound or Noise; absolutely still; perfectly quiet. ) Not speaking; indisposed to talk; speechless; mute; taciturn; Not loquacious; Not talkative. ) Not pronounced; having No sound; quiescent; as, e is silent in "fable
Frustrate - Literally, to break or interrupt hence, to defeat to disappoint to balk to bring to Nothing as, to frustrate a plan, design or attempt to frustrate the will or purpose. To make null to nullify to render of No effect as, to frustrate a conveyance or deed. Vain ineffectual useless unprofitable null void of No effect
Night - Death, a time "when No man can work. There will be No night of moralor spiritual darkness in the heavenly Jerusalem
Thirsty - ...
I was thirsty, and ye gave me No drink. Very dry having No moisture parched
Cock - The domestic cock and hen were early known to the ancient Greeks and Romans, and as No mention is made in the Old Testament of these birds, and No figures of them occur on the Egyptian monuments, they probably came into Judea with the Romans, who, as is well known, prized these birds both as articles of food and for cock-fighting
Conversion: a Complete Surrender - He refused to entertain any compromises, and vowed that 'he would have No tantums' as he called them. Thus when a sinner parleys with his Savior he would fain have a little of the honor of his salvation, he would save alive some favorite sin, he would fain amend the humbling terms of grace–but there is No help for it, Jesus will be all in all, and the sinner must be Nothing at all. The surrender must be complete, there must be No tantums, but the heart must, without reserve submit to the sovereignty of the Redeemer
Judge - A — 1: κριτής (Strong's #2923 — Noun Masculine — krites — kree-tace' ) "a judge" (from krino, see B, No. have No. ...
A — 2: δικαστής (Strong's #1348 — Noun Masculine — dikastes — dik-as-tace' ) denotes "a judge" (from dike, "right, a judicial hearing, justice;" akin to dikazo, "to judge"), Acts 7:27,35 ; some mss. have it in Luke 12:14 (see No. " ...
B — 1: κρίνω (Strong's #2919 — Verb — krino — kree'-no ) primarily denotes "to separate, select, choose;" hence, "to determine," and so "to judge, pronounce judgment. Judges 3:10 ; (h) to form an opinion, Luke 7:43 ; John 7:24 ; Acts 4:19 ; Romans 14:5 ; (i) to make a resolve, Acts 3:13 ; 20:16 ; 1 Corinthians 2:2 " * [1] See CALL , No. ...
Note: In Acts 21:25 , the RV has "giving judgment" (AV, "concluded"); see JUDGMENT , Note (5). ...
B — 2: ἀνακρίνω (Strong's #350 — Verb — anakrino — an-ak-ree'-no ) "to examine, investigate, question" (ana, "up," and No. , "examineth"), said of the exercise of a discerning "judgment" of all things as to their true value, by one who is spiritual; in the same verse, "is judged (of No man)," RV marg. , the merely natural mind cannot estimate the motives of the spiritual; in 1 Corinthians 4:3 , "I should be judged," i. , as to examining and passing sentence on the fulfillment or Nonfulfillment of the Apostle's stewardship; so in the same verse, "I judge (not mine own self)," and in 1 Corinthians 4:4 "(he that) judgeth (me is the Lord);" in 1 Corinthians 14:24 , "he is judged (of all)," i. See ASK , No. 7, DISCERN, A, No. ...
B — 3: διακρίνω (Strong's #1252 — Verb — diakrino — dee-ak-ree'-no ) denotes "to separate throughout" (dia, and No. 1), "discriminate, discern," and hence, "to decide, to judge" (also "to contend, to hesitate, to doubt"); it is rendered "to judge" in 1 Corinthians 6:5 , in the sense of arbitrating; in 1 Corinthians 11:31 (1st part), the RV has "(if we) discerned (ourselves)," AV "(if we would) judge" (krino, No. No. ...
Notes: (1) In 1 Corinthians 6:2 (last clause) "to judge" represents the Noun kriterion, which denotes "a tribunal, a law court," and the meaning thus is "are ye unworthy of sitting upon tribunals of least importance?" (see RV marg. Some would render it "cases," but there is No clear instance elsewhere of this meaning. See COUNT , No
Shomer - See Shemer, No
Prevent - * For PREVENT, 1 Thessalonians 4:15 , AV, see PRECEDE: Matthew 17:25 , AV, see SPEAK No
Elpelet - ELPELET ( 1 Chronicles 14:5 , AV Misael - 1Es 9:44 = Mishael , Nehemiah 8:4 ; Nehemiah 8:2 , Three 66 = Mishael, No
Ziphims, Ziphites - The inhabitants of Ziph, No
Undeceive - ) To cause to be No longer deceived; to free from deception, fraud, fallacy, or mistake
Unjointed - ) Having No joint or articulation; as, an unjointed stem
Termless - ) Having No term or end; unlimited; boundless; unending; as, termless time
Licence - * For LICENCE (in Acts 21:40 ; 25:16 , AV) see LEAVE (b) and OPPORTUNITY, A, No
Sleeveless - ) Having No sleeves
Coast, - border, with No more reference to lands bordering on the sea than to any other bordering lands
Persuade - , in Matthew 27:20 ; 28:14 ; Acts 13:43 ; 19:8 ; in the Passive Voice, "to be persuaded, believe" (see BELIEVE , No. See ASSURANCE , B, No. ...
Note: For Acts 26:28 , AV, "thou persuadest," see FAIN , Note. , in Matthew 27:20 ; 28:14 ; Acts 13:43 ; 19:8 ; in the Passive Voice, "to be persuaded, believe" (see BELIEVE , No. See ASSURANCE , B, No. ...
Note: For Acts 26:28 , AV, "thou persuadest," see FAIN , Note. ...
2: ἀναπείθω (Strong's #374 — Verb — anapeitho — an-ap-i'-tho ) "to persuade, induce," in an evil sense (ana, "back," and No. ...
Note: For plerophoreo, rendered "being fully persuaded," in Romans 4:21 ; 14:5 , AV, see ASSURANCE , B, No
Pour - See CAST , No. No. ...
3: ἐκχέω (Strong's #1632 — Verb — ekcheo — ek-kheh'-o, ek-khoo'-no ) "to pour out" (ek, "out"), is used (a) of Christ's act as to the changers' money, John 2:15 ; (b) of the Holy Spirit, Acts 2:17,18,33 , RV, "He hath poured forth" (AV, ". ...
4: ἐκχέω (Strong's #1632 — Verb — ekchuno — ek-kheh'-o, ek-khoo'-no ) or ekchunno, a Hellenistic form of No. ...
Note: For the AV, "poured out" in Revelation 14:10 (RV, "prepared"), see MINGLE , No
Remission, Remit - A — 1: ἄφεσις (Strong's #859 — Noun Feminine — aphesis — af'-es-is ) "a dismissal, release" (from aphiemi, B), is used of the forgiveness of sins and translated "remission" in Matthew 26:28 ; Mark 1:4 ; Luke 1:77 ; 3:3 ; 24:47 ; Acts 2:38 ; 5:31 (AV, "forgiveness"); 10:43; 13:38, RV (AV, "forgiveness"); 26:18 (ditto); Hebrews 9:22 ; 10:18 . See FORGIVE , B, and A, No. ...
A — 2: πάρεσις (Strong's #3929 — Noun Feminine — paresis — par'-es-is ) "a passing by of debt or sin," Romans 3:25 , AV, "remission" (RV and AV marg. ...
Note: No. 2 is a matter of forbearance, No. ...
B — 1: ἀφίημι (Strong's #863 — Verb — aphiemi — af-ee'-ay-mee ) "to send away" (akin to A, No. Scripture makes clear that the Lord's words could Not have been intended to bestow the exercise of absolution, which Scripture declares is the prerogative of God alone. There is No instance in the NT of this act on the part of the Apostles. They could Not, Nor could anyone subsequently, forgive sins, any more than that Joseph actually restored the butler to his office and hanged the baker ( Genesis 41:13 ), or any more than that the prophets actually accomplished things when they declared that they were about to be done (Jeremiah 1:10 ; Ezekiel 43:3 ). See FORGIVE , No
Secret, Secretly - See HIDE , B, No. in Matthew 6:18 (twice; some have No. ...
B — 1: κρυφῇ (Strong's #2931 — Adverb — kruphe — kroo-fay' ) akin to A, No. ...
B — 2: λάθρᾳ (Strong's #2977 — Adverb — lathra — lath'-rah ) akin to lanthano, "to escape Notice, be hidden," is translated "secretly" in John 11:28 . ...
C — 1: κρύπτω (Strong's #2928 — Verb — krupto — kroop'-to ) "to hide," is translated "secretly" in John 19:38
Notes: (1) For tameion, translated "secret chambers" in Matthew 24:26 , see CHAMBER , No. (2) For the AV rendering of sigao, in Romans 16:25 , "kept secret," see PEACE (hold one's), No. (3) For "I have learned the secret," see LEARN , No
Look, Looking - See ACCEPT , A, No. 3, ALLOW, No. ...
A — 3: ἐκδέχομαι (Strong's #1551 — Verb — ekdechomai — ek-dekh'-om-ahee ) primarily "to receive from another," hence, "to expect, to await," is translated "he looked for" in Hebrews 11:10 ; in 1 Corinthians 16:11 , AV, "I look for" (RV, "I expect"). See EXPECT , No. ...
Notes: (1) In Philippians 3:20 ; Hebrews 9:28 , AV, apekdechomai (the verb in the preceding No. ...
B — 1: προσδοκία (Strong's #4329 — Noun Feminine — prosdokia — pros-dok-ee'-ah ) akin to A, No. ...
B — 2: ἐκδοχή (Strong's #1561 — Noun Feminine — ekdoche — ek-dokh-ay' ) akin to A, No
Unclean - A — 1: ἀκάθαρτος (Strong's #169 — Adjective — akathartos — ak-ath'-ar-tos ) "unclean, impure" (a, negative, kathairo, "to purify"), is used (a) of "unclean" spirits, frequently in the Synoptists, Not in John's gospel; in Acts 5:16 ; 8:7 ; Revelation 16:13 ; 18:2 (in the 2nd clause the birds are apparently figurative of destructive satanic agencies); (b) ceremonially, Acts 10:14,28 ; 11:8 ; 1 Corinthians 7:14 ; (c) morally, 2 Corinthians 6:17 , including (b), RV; "no unclean thing;" Ephesians 5:5 ; Revelation 17:4 , RV, "the unclean things" (AV follows the text which have the Noun akathartes, "the filthiness"). ...
A — 2: κοινός (Strong's #2839 — Adjective — koinos — koy-nos' ) "common," is translated "unclean" in Romans 14:14 (thrice); in Revelation 21:27 , RV (AV, "that defileth," follows the inferior texts which have the verb koinoo: see B). See COMMON , DEFILE , C, UNHOLY , No. ...
B — 1: κοινόω (Strong's #2840 — Verb — koinoo — koy-no'-o ) to make koinos, "to defile," is translated "unclean" in Hebrews 9:13 , AV, where the perfect participle, Passive, is used with the article, hence the RV, "them that have been defiled. " See DEFILE , A, No. ...
C — 1: ἀκαθαρσία (Strong's #167 — Noun Feminine — akatharsia — ak-ath-ar-see'-ah ) akin to A, No. 1, denotes "uncleanness," (a) physical, Matthew 23:27 (instances in the papyri speak of tenants keeping houses in good condition); (b) moral, Romans 1:24 ; 6:19 ; 2 Corinthians 12:21 ; Galatians 5:19 ; Ephesians 4:19 ; 5:3 ; Colossians 3:5 ; 1 Thessalonians 2:3 (suggestive of the fact that sensuality and evil doctrine are frequently associated); 4:7. ...
Note: In 2 Peter 2:10 , AV, miasmos, "a defilement," is rendered "uncleanness;" see DEFILEMENT , B, No
Mattanah - No satisfactory identification has been made
Azygous - ) Odd; having No fellow; Not one of a pair; single; as, the azygous muscle of the uvula
Paripinnate - ) Pinnate with an equal number of leaflets on each side; having No odd leaflet at the end
Regardless - ) Having No regard; heedless; careless; as, regardless of life, consequences, dignity. ) Not regarded; slighted
Unerring - ) Committing No mistake; incapable or error or failure certain; sure; unfailing; as, the unerring wisdom of God
Trisacramentarian - ) One who recognizes three sacraments, and No more; - namely, baptism, the Lord's Supper, and penance
Utterly - * For UTTERLY, 1 Corinthians 6:7 , see ACTUALLY; 2 Peter 2:12 , see CORRUPT , A, No
Travel, And Travel With - * For TRAVEL (companions in), Acts 19:29 , and TRAVEL WITH, 2 Corinthians 8:19 , see COMPANION , No
Kibroth-Hattaavah - Then a disgust fell on the multitude at having Nothing to eat but the manna day after day, No change, No flesh, No fish, No high-flavoured vegetables, No luscious fruits. God sent "a prodigious flight of quails, on which the people satiated their gluttonous appetite for a full month. The dead were buried without the camp; and in memory of man's sin and of the divine wrath this name, Kibroth-hattaavah, the Graves of Lust, was given to the place of their sepulchre" (Numbers 11:34,35 ; 33:16,17 ; Deuteronomy 9:22 ; Compare Psalm 78:30,31 ). From this encampment they journeyed in a North-eastern direction to Hazeroth
Sincere, Sincerely, Sincerity - See GUILELESS , No. ...
A — 2: γνήσιος (Strong's #1103 — Adjective — gnesios — gnay'-see-os ) "true, genuine, sincere," is used in the neuter, as a Noun, with the article, signifying "sincerity," 2 Corinthians 8:8 (of love). ...
A — 3: εἰλικρινής (Strong's #1506 — Adjective — eilikrines — i-lik-ree-nace' ) see PURE , A, No. ...
B — 1: ἁγνῶς (Strong's #55 — Adverb — hagnos — hag-noce' ) denotes "with pure motives," akin to words under PURE, A, No. 1, and B, Nos. ...
C — 1: εἰλικρινεία (Strong's #1505 — Noun Feminine — eilikrinia — i-lik-ree'-ni-ah ) akin to A, No. 3 denotes "sincerity, purity;" it is described metaphorically in 1 Corinthians 5:8 as "unleavened (bread);" in 2 Corinthians 1:12 , "sincerity (of God)," RV, AV, "(godly) sincerity," it describes a quality possessed by God, as that which is to characterize the conduct of believers; in 2 Corinthians 2:17 it is used of the rightful ministry of the Scriptures. ...
Notes: (1) For 2 Corinthians 8:8 , see A, No
Advent: Looking For the - He was No calculator, or he need Not have looked so long; he was No student of prophecy, or he need Not have looked at all; he was ready, or he would Not have been in so much haste; he was willing, or he would rather have looked another way; he loved, or it would Not have been the first thought of the morning. His Master did Not come, but a messenger did, to fetch the ready one home. Often when, in the morning, the child of God awakes, weary and encumbered with the flesh, perhaps from troubled dreams, perhaps with troubled thoughts, his Father's secret comes presently across him, he looks up, if Not out, to feel, if Not to see, the glories of that last morning when the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall arise indestructible; No weary limbs to bear the spirit down; No feverish dreams to haunt the vision; No dark forecasting of the day's events, or returning memory of the griefs of yesterday
Thief - Luke 10:30 (c) No doubt these wicked men represent the ungodly world which continually seeks to take away everything we have and return to us Nothing but trouble. ...
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the world welcomes the prize fighter who is winning, but has No use for him when he is losing. ...
the world loves the company of the rich while he can give, but has No use for him when his riches are gone and he has become poor. They have No use for her when the beauty has faded, and her skill has ceased. ...
the world has Nothing permanent to give, but is always active in taking what we have. It is Not a reference to His character, for He is holy and pure. It refers only to the fact that He will come at a time when He is Not expected, and in a way that No one understands
Otherwise - , "another thing," with the meaning "otherwise. " See OTHER , No. ...
2: ἄλλως (Strong's #247 — Adverb — allos — al'-loce ) the adverb corresponding to No. 1, is translated "otherwise" in 1 Timothy 5:25 ; the contrast is Not with works that are Not good (No. 3 would signify that), but with good works which are Not evident. " Contrast No. 2, and for the corresponding difference between the adjectives allos and heteros, see ANOTHER. ); Romans 11:22 ; in Hebrews 9:17 , AV, "otherwise (it is of No strength at all)," RV, "for (doth it ever avail?). ...
Note: The phrase ei, "if," de, "but," mege, "not indeed," i. , "but if Not indeed," is translated "otherwise" in the AV of Matthew 6:1 ; Luke 5:36 (RV, "else," in each place); in 2 Corinthians 11:16 , AV, "if otherwise" (RV, "but if ye do")
Torment - A — 1: βασανισμός (Strong's #929 — Noun Masculine — basanismos — bas-an-is-mos' ) akin to basanizo (see TOIL , No. ...
A — 2: βάσανος (Strong's #931 — Noun Masculine — basanos — bas'-an-os ) primarily "a touchstone," employed in testing metals, hence, "torment," is used (a) of physical diseases, Matthew 4:24 : (b) of a condition of retribution in Hades Luke 16:23,28 . ...
Note: In 1 John 4:18 , AV, kolasis, "punishment" (RV), is rendered "torment. " See PUNISHMENT , No. ...
B — 1: βασανίζω (Strong's #928 — Verb — basanizo — bas-an-id'-zo ) for which see TOIL , No. See SUFFER , No. ...
B — 3: ὀδυνάω (Strong's #3600 — Verb — odunao — od-oo-nah'-o ) for which see ANGUISH , B, No
Nullius, Abbey - (Latin: of No [1]) ...
A territory belonging to No diocese, i. The abbies of Saint Peter, Muenster, Saskatchewan, the Belmont Abbey, North Carolina, New Norcia, Australia, and Lindi, Senegal were abbies nullius, but their jurisdiction has been suppessed and made part of a diocese
Reaper - No one could do this but an angel. No one else can discern the true condition of the heart
Abbey Nullius - (Latin: of No [1]) ...
A territory belonging to No diocese, i. The abbies of Saint Peter, Muenster, Saskatchewan, the Belmont Abbey, North Carolina, New Norcia, Australia, and Lindi, Senegal were abbies nullius, but their jurisdiction has been suppessed and made part of a diocese
Apollinarianism - 376,teaching that Christ had a human sensitive soul, but had No human rational mind, the place of which was taken by Divine Logos. It was condemned by Roman Councils, 377,381, and the Council of Constantinople, 381. The sect perished about 416, some members returning to the Church, while the rest became Monophysites, believing that Christ had only a divine, but No human, will
Born Again - It means that the person is No longer dead in sins (Ephesians 2:1), No longer spiritually blind (1 Corinthians 2:14), and is Now a new creation in Christ Jesus (2 Corinthians 5:17)
Vain - ) Destitute of forge or efficacy; effecting No purpose; fruitless; ineffectual; as, vain toil; a vain attempt. ) Vanity; emptiness; - Now used only in the phrase in vain. ) Having No real substance, value, or importance; empty; void; worthless; unsatisfying
Abranchiata - ) A group of annelids, so called because the species composing it have No special organs of respiration
Anallantoidea - ) The division of Vertebrata in which No allantois is developed
Boomslange - Although considered venomous by natives, it has No poison fangs
Ambs-Ace - Hence: Bad luck; anything of No account or value
Sempiternal - ) Of neverending duration; everlasting; endless; having beginning, but No end
Jehieli - Apparently the patronymic of JEHIEL, No
Ferae Naturae - , in which No one can claim property
Holophotal - ) Causing No loss of light; - applied to reflectors which throw back the rays of light without perceptible loss
Hogchoker - achirus), related to the European sole, but of No market value
Flat-Footed - ) Having a flat foot, with little or No arch of the instep
Pelf - It has No plural
Unwayed - ) Having No ways or roads; pathless. ) Not used to travel; as, colts that are unwayed
Unfounded - ) Not founded; Not built or established. ) Having No foundation; baseless; vain; idle; as, unfounded expectations
Priceless - ) Of No value; worthless
Sick, Sickly, Sickness - , "to be weak, feeble" (a, negative, sthenos, "strength"), is translated "to be sick," e. 39 in the best texts (some have B, No. See DISEASED , B, No. ...
A — 2: κάμνω (Strong's #2577 — Verb — kamno — kam'-no ) primarily, "to work," hence, from the effect of constant work, "to be weary," Hebrews 12:3 , is rendered "(him) that is sick," in James 5:15 , RV, AV "(the) sick. " The choice of this verb instead of the repetition of No. 14, see above), is suggestive of the common accompaniment of "sickness," "weariness of mind" (which is the meaning of this verb), which Not infrequently hinders physical recovery; hence this special cause is here intimated in the general idea of "sickness. See CONSTRAIN , No. ...
Notes: (1) Noseo, "to be sick," is used metaphorically of mental ailment, in 1 Timothy 6:4 , "doting" (marg. 39, see A, No. ...
C — 1: ἀσθένεια (Strong's #769 — Noun Feminine — astheneia — as-then'-i-ah ) "weakness, sickness" (akin to A, No. 1 and B, No. See DISEASE , No. ...
C — 2: νόσος (Strong's #3554 — Noun Feminine — Nosos — Nos'-os ) see DISEASE , No
Hypocrisy: Present Age Suitable to - There was an age of chivalry, when No craven courted knighthood, for it involved the hard blows, the dangerous wounds, the rough unhorsings, and the ungentle perils of the tournament; nay, these were but child's play: there were distant eastern fields, where Paynim warriors must be slain by valiant hands, and blood must flow in rivers from the Red-cross knights. Many are crowding to the seats of the heroes, since prowess and patience are No more required. When Rome commenced her long career of victory, it was No pleasant thing to be a soldier in the Roman legions. No toil too stern for the scarred veteran, No odds too heavy, No onslaught too ferocious, No arms too terrible. It is Not otherwise to-day
Perish - This word does Not mean annihilation Nor obliteration. ...
Deuteronomy 26:5 (c) This refers to a nation that was under condemnation from GOD because of their idolatry, and therefore was subject to the curse and punishment of GOD. ...
Psalm 1:6 (b) The manner of life of the unsaved man brings No blessing to GOD, and has No value in GOD's sight. ...
Matthew 5:29 (b) The member that is cut off is of No further use. It has Not been annihilated, Nor obliterated, but only incapacitated. If the bottle was burst, the skin broken, then it could hold No wine, and therefore was of No use. The bottle had Not disappeared, Nor been annihilated, Nor been obliterated, but only incapacitated. ...
John 3:16 (a) We should Note that the passage does Not say that the soul will Not perish. It says that the person will Not perish. Otherwise, the life has No value to GOD. Their lives are of No value to GOD. We do Not understand what happens to them, Nor where they go. We do know that they will disappear by the Word of GOD, and the new Heaven and the new earth will take their place. We read in another place "they shall be moved out of their places
Least - " ...
2: ἐλαχιστότερος (Strong's #1647 — Adjective — elachistoteros — el-akh-is-tot'-er-os ) a comparative degree formed from No. See LITTLE , A, No. ...
4: μικρός (Strong's #3398 — Adjective — mikroteros — mik-ros', mik-rot'-er-os ) the comparative of No. 3, is used of (a) size, Matthew 13:32 , AV, "the least," RV, "less;" Mark 4:31
Notes: (1) In 1 Corinthians 6:4 , AV, exoutheneo, in the Passive Voice, "to be of No account," is translated "is least esteemed" (RV, "are of No account"); see ACCOUNT. " (4) In Acts 5:15 , the phrase k'an (for kai ean, "even if") denotes "at the least
Theory, Branch - This theory is wholly modern and quite untenable, these churches being distinct bodies with No common authority, No one profession of faith, No common religious rites and sacraments
Lead, Led - In Luke 24:21 ago is used of the passing (or spending) of a day, and translated "it is (now the third day);" here the verb is probably to be taken impersonally, according to idiomatic usage, in the sense "there is passing the third day. " See BRING , No. 10, KEEP, Note (2). " See BRING , No. have No. " See BRING , No. 12, DEATH, C, No. ...
4: περιάγω (Strong's #4013 — Verb — periago — per-ee-ag'-o ) used transitively, denotes "to lead about," 1 Corinthians 9:5 . For the intransitive use, see GO , No. See BRING , No. ...
6: ὁδηγέω (Strong's #3594 — Verb — hodegeo — hod-ayg-eh'-o ) "to lead the way;" see GUIDE , B, No. See BRING , A, No. See BRING , No. See BRING , No. ...
11: εἰσφέρω (Strong's #1533 — Verb — eisphero — ice-fer'-o ) "to bring in, or into," is translated "lead (us Not) into," in Matthew 6:13 ; Luke 11:4 (RV, "bring . See BRING , No. ...
13: ἀποπλανάω (Strong's #635 — Verb — apoplanao — ap-op-lan-ah'-o ) "to cause to go astray" (apo, "away from," and No. ...
Notes: (1) In Revelation 13:10 , some mss. (2) For the verb diago, "to lead a life," 1 Timothy 2:2 , see LIVE , No
Purification, Purity, Purifying - A — 1: καθαρισμός (Strong's #2512 — Noun Masculine — katharismos — kath-ar-is-mos' ) is rendered "a cleansing" (akin to No. " ...
A — 2: καθαρότης (Strong's #2514 — Noun Feminine — katharotes — kath-ar-ot'-ace ) "cleansing," Hebrews 9:13 . See CLEAN , C, No. ...
A — 3: ἁγνισμός (Strong's #49 — Noun Masculine — hagnismos — hag-nis-mos' ) denotes "a ceremonial purification," Acts 21:26 , for the circumstances of which with reference to the vow of a Nazirite (RV), see Numbers 6:9-13 . ...
B — 1: ἁγνίζω (Strong's #48 — Verb — hagnizo — hag-nid'-zo ) akin to hagnos, "pure" (see CHASTE), "to purify, cleanse from defilement," is used of "purifying" (a) ceremonially, John 11:55 ; Acts 21:24,26 (cp. No. See CLEAN , B, No
Spot - A — 1: σπίλος (Strong's #4696 — Noun Masculine — spilos — spee'-los ) "a spot or stain," is used metaphorically (a) of moral blemish, Ephesians 5:27 ; (b) of lascivious and riotous persons, 2 Peter 2:13 . ...
A — 2: σπίλος (Strong's #4696 — Noun Masculine — spilas — spee'-los ) is rendered "spots" in Jude 1:12 , AV: see ROCK , No. ...
B — 1: σπιλόω (Strong's #4695 — Verb — spiloo — spee-lo'-o ) akin to A, No. 1, is used in Jude 1:23 , in the clause "hating even the garment spotted by the flesh," the garment representing that which, being brought into contact with the polluting element of the flesh, becomes defiled: see CLOTHING , No. See DEFILE , No. ...
Note: For amomos, in Hebrews 9:14 , AV, see BLEMISH , B
Bible: to be Read With Delight - Hone, who wrote the 'Every-day Book,' and was of sceptical views, was travelling through Wales, he stopped at a cottage to ask for a drink of water, and a little girl answered him, 'Oh, yes! sir, I have No doubt mother will give you some milk. Hone said, 'Well, my little girl, you are getting your task?' 'No, sir, I am Not,' she replied,' I am reading the Bible. ' 'Yes,' said he, 'you are getting your task out of the Bible?' 'Oh, No,' she replied, 'it is No task to read the Bible; I love the Bible. ' Her own love to the precious volume had made her innocently believe that everybody else was equally delighted to read God's Word
Verily - See INDEED , No. word = "truth," is usually translated "verily" in the four Gospels; in John's Gospel the Lord introduces a solemn pronouncement by the repeated word "verily, verily" twenty-five times. See INDEED , No. ...
Notes: (1) In Acts 16:37 , gar, "for," is translated "verily. " (2) In Hebrews 2:16 , depou (in some texts de pou), a particle meaning "of course, we know," is rendered "verily. " (4) The particle men (see INDEED , No. , in 1 Corinthians 5:3 ; 14:17 ; Hebrews 12:10 ; in the AV, Hebrews 3:5 ; 7:5,18 ; 1 Peter 1:20 ; in Acts 26:9 it is combined with oun ("therefore"): see YEA , No
Vain - Empty worthless having No substance, value or importance. False deceitful Not genuine spurious. Not effectual having No efficacy Bring No more vain oblations. ...
In vain, to No purpose without effect ineffectual
Heir - Daughters had No share in the patrimony, (Genesis 21:14 ) but received a marriage portion. The Mosaic law regulated the succession to real property thus: it has to be divided among the sons, the eldest receiving a double portion, (21:17) the others equal shares; if there were No sons, it went to the daughters, (Numbers 27:8 ) on the condition that they did Not marry out of their own tribe, (Numbers 36:6 ) ff. If there were No daughters it went to the brother of the deceased; if No brother, to the paternal uncle; and, failing these to the next of kin
Shimeah - See Shammah, No
Aphthong - ) A letter, or a combination of letters, employed in spelling a word, but in the pronunciation having No sound
Alecithal - ) Applied to those ova which segment uniformly, and which have little or No food yelk embedded in their protoplasm
Ahitob - See Ahitub, No
Foreknowledge - FOREKNOWL'EDGE, n. Knowledge of a thing before it happens prescience. ...
If I foreknew, foreknowledge had No influence on their fault
Unlike - ) Not likely; improbable; unlikely. ) Not like; dissimilar; diverse; having No resemblance; as, the cases are unlike
ir'pe-el - ( Joshua 18:27 ) No trace has yet been discovered of its situation
Maktesh - Zephaniah 1:11 , apparently in or near Jerusalem, and occupied by merchants; but we have No clue to its location
Kei'Lah the Garmite, - (1 Chronicles 4:19 ) There is No apparent connection with the town Keilah
Regard - See BEHOLD , No. ...
3: φρονέω (Strong's #5426 — Verb — phroneo — fron-eh'-o ) "to think, set the mind on," implying moral interest and reflection, is translated "to regard" in Romans 14:6 (twice); the second part in the AV represents an interpolation and is Not part of the original. The Scripture does Not speak of Not "regarding" a day. See CARE , B, No. ...
4: ἐπιβλέπω (Strong's #1914 — Verb — epiblepo — ep-ee-blep'-o ) "to look upon" (epi, "upon," and No. See LOOK , No. ...
5: ὀλιγωρέω (Strong's #3643 — Verb — oligoreo — ol-ig-o-reh'-o ) denotes "to think little of" (oligos, "little," ora, "care"), "to regard lightly," Hebrews 12:5 , RV (AV, "despise"). See DESPISE , Note (3). See ATTEND , No. ...
7: ἀμελέω (Strong's #272 — Verb — ameleo — am-el-eh'-o ) "not to care," is translated "I regared . Not" in Hebrews 8:9 . ...
Notes: (1) In Galatians 6:4 , RV, eis, "into," is translated "in regard of (himself)," AV, "in;" so in 2 Corinthians 10:16 ; Ephesians 5:32 . (2) In Romans 6:20 , the dative case of dikaiosune, "righteousness," signifies, Not "from righteousness," AV, but "in regard of righteousness," RV, lit. , righteousness laid No sort of bond upon them, they had No relation to it in any way. (3) In 2 Corinthians 8:4 the accusative case of charis and koinonia is, in the best texts, used absolutely, i. , Not as the objects of an expressed verb; hence the RV, "in regard to" (AV, "that we would receive," where the verb is the result of a supplementary gloss). (4) For "not regarding" in Philippians 2:30 , AV (RV, "hazarding"), see HAZARD , No
Scourging - In No case were the stripes to exceed forty (Deuteronomy 25:3 ; Compare 2 Corinthians 11:24 ). In the time of the apostles, in consequence of the passing of what was called the Porcian law, No Roman citizen could be scourged in any case (Acts 16:22-37 )
Royal - Luke 7:25 , for which see COURT , No. , Exodus 19:6 ; 23:22 ; Deuteronomy 3:10 . See KING B, No. 2 NoBLEMAN
Scourging - 1: μάστιξ (Strong's #3148 — Noun Feminine — mastix — mas'-tix ) "a whip, scourge," is used (a) with the meaning "scourging," in Acts 22:24 , of the Roman method (see above, B, No. 1, Note); (b) in Hebrews 11:36 , of the "sufferings" of saints in the OT times. Among the Hebrews the usual mode, legal and domestic, was that of beating with a rod (see 2 Corinthians 11:25 ); (c) metaphorically, of "disease" or "suffering:" see PLAGUE , No
Refrain - 1: παύω (Strong's #3973 — Verb — pauo — pow'-o ) "to stop," is used in the Active Voice in the sense of "making to cease, restraining" in 1 Peter 3:10 , of causing the tongue to refrain from evil; elsewhere in the Middle Voice, see CEASE , No. See DEPART , No
Afflictions: Tokens of Divine Regard - Out in the meadows there is No such repeated cutting, they are mown but once or twice in the year, Even thus the nearer we are to God, and the more regard he has for us, the more frequent will be our adversities. To be very dear to God, involves No small degree of chastise...
Bible: Cause of Interest in it - tasteful bend and beautiful decoration, but these are Not the qualities for which I prize it; it was my salvation from the howling sea! So the interest which a regenerate soul takes in the Bible, is founded on a personal application to the heart of the saving truth which it contains. If there is No taste for this truth, there can be No relish for the Scriptures
Naught - Nothing. In No degree ...
To wealth or sovereign power he naught applied. Bad worthless of No value or account
Pelican - The pelican obtained its food from the sea, Not in the wilderness. In the wilderness it could find No food and No companionship. So CHRIST was away from Heaven, His element, and was among strangers where there was Nothing upon which His soul could feed
Unclean - Not clean foul dirty filthy. In the Jewish law, ceremonially impure Not cleansed by ritual practices. That holy place where No unclean thing shall enter. Not in covenant with God. Adultery of the heart, consisting of inordinate and unclean affections. ...
No unclean person - hath any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God
Male - ); "male" in Matthew 19:4 ; Mark 10:6 ; Luke 2:23 ; Galatians 3:28 , "(there can be No) male (and female)," RV, i. , sex distinction does Not obtain in Christ; sex is No barrier either to salvation or the development of Christian graces
Anarthropoda - ) One of the divisions of Articulata in which there are No jointed legs, as the annelids; - opposed to Arthropoda
Scribbler - ) One who scribbles; a petty author; a writer of No reputation; a literary hack
Dissident - ) No agreeing; dissenting; discordant; different
Jehieli - A patronymic from Jehiel No
Unwritten - ) Containing No writing; blank; as, unwritten paper. ) Not written; Not reduced to writing; oral; as, unwritten agreements
Obsoleteness - ) The state of being obsolete, or No longer used; a state of desuetude
Mehol'Athite, the, - a word occurring once only-- (1 Samuel 18:19 ) It No doubt denotes that Adriel belonged to a place celled Meholah
Filthiness, Filthy - A — 1: αἰσχρότης (Strong's #151 — Noun Feminine — aischrotes — ahee-skhrot'-ace ) "baseness" (from aischos, "shame, disgrace"), is used in Ephesians 5:4 , of obscenity, all that is contrary to purity. ...
A — 2: ῥυπαρία (Strong's #4507 — Noun Feminine — rhuparia — hroo-par-ee'-ah ) denotes "dirt, filth" (cp. No. ...
A — 3: μολυσμός (Strong's #3436 — Noun Masculine — molusmos — mol-oos-mos' ) "a soiling, defilement," is used in 2 Corinthians 7:1 . ...
A — 4: ἀσέλγεια (Strong's #766 — Noun Feminine — aselgeia — as-elg'-i-a ) "wantonness, licentiousness, lasciviousness," is translated "filthy (conversation)," in 2 Peter 2:7 , AV; RV, "lascivious (life). ...
Notes: (1) Broadly speaking, aischrotes signifies "whatever is disgraceful;" rhuparia, "that which is characterized by moral impurity;" molusmos, "that which is defiling by soiling the clean;" aselgeia, "that which is an insolent disregard of decency. " (2) In Colossians 3:8 aischrologia, which denotes any kind of "base utterance," the utterance of an uncontrolled tongue, is rendered "filthy communication" in the AV; but this is only part of what is included in the more comprehensive RV rendering, "shameful speaking. ...
B — 1: αἰσχρός (Strong's #150 — Adjective — aischros — ahee-skhros' ) "base, shameful" (akin to A, No. ...
B — 2: αἰσχροκερδής (Strong's #146 — Adjective — aischrokerdes — ahee-skhrok-er-dace' ) "greedy of base gain" (No. ...
B — 3: ῥυπαρός (Strong's #4508 — Adjective — rhuparos — rhoo-par-os' ) akin to A, No. 2 (see also FILTH , No. ...
Note: For akathartos see UNCLEAN , No. ...
C — 1: αἰσχροκερδῶς (Strong's #147 — Adverb — aischrokerdos — ahee-skhrok-er-doce' ) "eagerness for base gain" (akin to B, No. " ...
D — 1: ῥυπόω (Strong's #4510 — Verb — rhupaino — rhoo-po'-o ) "to make filthy, defile" (from A, No. B, No
Hide, Hid, Hidden - have No. have No. ...
A — 2: ἀποκρύπτω (Strong's #613 — Verb — apokrupto — ap-ok-roop'-to ) "to conceal from, to keep secret" (apo, "from," and No. ...
A — 3: ἐγκρύπτω (Strong's #1470 — Verb — enkrupto — eng-kroop'-to ) "to hide in anything" (en, "in," and No. ...
A — 4: περικρύπτω (Strong's #4032 — Verb — perikrupto — per-ee-kroop'-to ) signifies "to hide by placing something around, to conceal entirely, to keep hidden" (peri, "around," used intensively, and No. ...
A — 5: καλύπτω (Strong's #2572 — Verb — kalupto — kal-oop'-to ) signifies "to cover, conceal," so that No trace of it can be seen (hence somewhat distinct from No. 1): it is Not translated "to hide" in the RV; in 2 Corinthians 4:3 it is rendered "veiled," suitably continuing the subject of 3:13-18; in James 5:20 , "shall hide," AV (RV, "shall cover"). ...
A — 7: λανθάνω (Strong's #2990 — Verb — lanthano — lan-than'-o ) "to escape Notice, to be hidden from," is rendered "(could Not) be hid" in Mark 7:24 , of Christ; "was (not) hid," Luke 8:47 , of the woman with the issue of blood; "is hidden," Acts 26:26 , of the facts concerning Christ; the sentence might be rendered "none of these things has escaped the king's Notice. ...
B — 1: κρυπτός (Strong's #2927 — Adjective — kruptos — kroop-tos' ) akin to A, No. ...
B — 2: ἀπόκρυφος (Strong's #614 — Adjective — apokruphos — ap-ok'-roo-fos ) "hidden away from" (corresponding to A, No
Teach - ...
A — 2: κατηχέω (Strong's #2727 — Verb — katecheo — kat-ay-kheh'-o ) for which see INFORM , No. 2, INSTRUCT, No. ...
A — 3: ἑτεροδιδασκαλέω (Strong's #2085 — Verb — heterodidaskaleo — het-er-od-id-as-kal-eh'-o ) "to teach a different doctrine" (heteros, "different," to be distinguished from allos, "another of the same kind:" see ANOTHER), is used in 1 Timothy 1:3 ; 6:3 , RV , AV, "teach (no) other doctrine" and "teach otherwise," of what is contrary to the faith. ...
Notes: (1) For matheteuo, "to teach," in the AV of Matthew 28:19 ; Acts 14:21 , see DISCIPLE , B. (3) For "teacheth" in 1 Corinthians 2:13 , see TAUGHT , No. ...
B — 1: διδακτικός (Strong's #1317 — Adjective — didaktikos — did-ak-tik-os' ) "skilled in teaching" (akin to No
Thrust - THROW, No. See CAST , No. See CAST , No. See CAST , No. ...
Notes: (1) In Matthew 11:23 ; Luke 10:15 the best texts have katabaino, "to go down" (RV), instead of katabibazo, in the Passive Voice, "to be thrust down or brought down" (AV). (2) In Acts 27:39 , AV, exotheo, "to drive out," is rendered "to thrust in," RV, "drive (the ship) upon (it Chimerical - ) Merely imaginary; fanciful; fantastic; wildly or vainly conceived; having, or capable of having, No existence except in thought; as, chimerical projects
Feast of the Prayer of Christ - It is No longer on the calendar
Study - * Notes: For philotimeomai, "study," 1 Thessalonians 4:11 , see AIM. For spoudazo, 2 Timothy 2:15 , AV, see DILIGENCE , B, No
Purloin - 1: νοσφίζω (Strong's #3557 — Verb — Nosphizo — Nos-fid'-som-ahee ) is translated "purloining" in Titus 2:10 . See KEEP , A, No
Celtium - Symbol, Ct (no period)
Maoch - He is probably to be identified with Maacah No
Autocarpian - ) Consisting of the ripened pericarp with No other parts adnate to it, as a peach, a poppy capsule, or a grape
Pandowdy - ) A deep pie or pudding made of baked apples, or of sliced bread and apples baked together, with No bottom crust
Pitiless - ) Exciting No pity; as, a pitiless condition
Azael - Father of one of the commission appointed to investigate the foreign marriages ( 1E Esther 9:14 ); same as Asahel No
Quartus - A brother, Paul calls him (Romans 16:23) No doubt, he meant a brother beloved in Christ
Agur - No information about him is known
Voiceless - ) Having No voice, utterance, or vote; silent; mute; dumb. ) Not sounded with voice; as, a voiceless consonant; surd
Unemployed - ) Not employed in manual or other labor; having No regular work. ) Not invested or used; as, unemployed capital
Untented - ) Not tended; Not dressed. ) Having No tent or tents, as a soldier or a field
Untitled - ) Not titled; having No title, or appellation of dignity or distinction. ) Being without title or right; Not entitled
Kirioth - City in Moab denounced for judgement. See KIRJATHAIM, No
Adversity - * For ADVERSITY, in Hebrews 13:3 , where the verb kakoucheomai is translated in the AV, "suffer adversity," see SUFFER , (b), No
Unprecedented - ) Having No precedent or example; Not preceded by a like case; Not having the authority of prior example; Novel; new; unexampled
Sinful - 1: ἁμαρτωλός (Strong's #268 — Adjective — hamartolos — ham-ar-to-los' ) an adjective, akin to hamartano, "to sin," is used as an adjective, "sinful" in Mark 8:38 ; Luke 5:8 ; 19:7 (lit. , "a man sinful"); Romans 7:13 , for which see SIN , A, No. Elsewhere it is used as a Noun: see SINNER. The Noun is frequently found in a common phrase in sepulchral epitaphs in the S. of Asia Minor, with the threat against any desecrator of the tomb, "let him be as a sinner before the subterranean gods" (Moulton and Milligan). ...
Notes: (1) In Romans 8:3 , "sinful flesh" is, lit. ): see SIN , No. (2) For the RV of Romans 7:5 , "sinful passions," see PASSION , No
Leap - , "out," ek, and No. No. ...
4: ἐφάλλομαι (Strong's #2177 — Verb — ephallomai — ef-al'-lom-ahee ) "to leap upon" (epi, "upon," and No
Throw - See CAST , No. See CAST , No. ...
3: κατακρημνίζω (Strong's #2630 — Verb — katakremnizo — kat-ak-rame-nid'-zo ) "to throw over a precipice" (kremnos), "cast down headlong," is rendered "throw . See DESTROY , No
Multiply - 1: πληθύνω (Strong's #4129 — Verb — plethuno — play-thoo'-no ) used (a) transitively, denotes "to cause to increase, to multiply," 2 Corinthians 9:10 ; Hebrews 6:14 (twice); in the Passive Voice, "to be multiplied," Matthew 24:12 , RV, "(iniquity) shall be multiplied" (AV, "shall abound"); Acts 6:7 ; 7:17 ; 9:31 ; 12:24 ; 1 Peter 1:2 ; 2 Peter 1:2 ; Jude 1:2 ; (b) intransitively it denotes "to be multiplying," Acts 6:1 , RV, "was multiplying" (AV, "was multiplied"). See ABUNDANCE , B, No. " See ABUNDANCE , B, No
Defile, Defilement - A — 1: κοινόω (Strong's #2840 — Verb — koinoo — koy-no'-o ) denotes (a) "to make common;" hence, in a ceremonial sense, "to render unholy, unclean, to defile," Matthew 15:11,18,20 ; Mark 7:15,18,20,23 ; Acts 21:28 (RV, "defiled;" AV, "polluted"); Hebrews 9:13 (RV, "them that have been defiled," AV, "the unclean"); (b) "to count unclean," Acts 10:15 ; 11:9 . have this verb, "defileth;" the most authentic have the adjective, koinos, "unclean. ...
A — 2: μιαίνω (Strong's #3392 — Verb — miano — me-ah'ee-no ) primarily, "to stain, to tinge or dye with another color," as in the staining of a glass, hence, "to pollute, contaminate, soil, defile," is used (a) of "ceremonial defilement," John 18:28 ; so in the Sept. See B, Nos. ...
A — 3: μολύνω (Strong's #3435 — Verb — moluno — mol-oo'-no ) properly denotes "to besmear," as with mud or filth, "to befoul. " It is used in the figurative sense, of a conscience "defiled" by sin, 1 Corinthians 8:7 ; of believers who have kept themselves (their "garments") from "defilement," Revelation 3:4 , and those who have Not "soiled" themselves by adultery or fornication, Revelation 14:4 . ...
Note: The difference between miaino and moluno is that the latter is Not used in a ritual or ceremonial sense, as miaino is (Trench, Syn. ...
Note: (1) Cp. ...
A — 5: φθείρω (Strong's #5351 — Verb — phtheiro — fthi'-ro ) see CORRUPT , A, No. ...
B — 1: μίασμα (Strong's #3393 — Noun Neuter — miasma — mee'-as-mah ) whence the Eng. word, denotes "defilement" (akin to A, No. ...
B — 2: μιασμός (Strong's #3394 — Noun Masculine — miasmos — mee-as-mos' ) also akin to A, No. 2, primarily denotes "the act of defiling," the process, in contrast to the "defiling" thing (No. ") ...
B — 3: μολυσμός (Strong's #3436 — Noun Masculine — molusmos — mol-oos-mos' ) akin to A, No. 3, denotes "defilement," in the sense of an action by which anything is "defiled," 2 Corinthians 7:1 . the synonymous word spilos, A, No. 4, Note. ...
C — 1: κοινός (Strong's #2839 — Adjective — koinos — koy-nos' ) akin to A, No
Profit, Profitable, Profiting - A — 1: ὠφέλεια (Strong's #5622 — Noun Feminine — opheleia — o-fel'-i-ah ) primarily denotes "assistance;" then, "advantage, benefit,;" "profit," in Romans 3:1 . See ADVANTAGE , No. ...
A — 2: ὄφελος (Strong's #3786 — Noun Neuter — ophelos — of'-el-os ) "profit" in James 2:14,16 : see ADVANTAGE , No. ...
A — 3: συμφέρω (Strong's #4851 — Verb — sumpheron — soom-fer'-o ) the neuter form of the present participle of sumphero (see B, No. 1), is used as a Noun with the article in Hebrews 12:10 , "(for our) profit;" in some mss. in 1 Corinthians 7:35 ; 10:33 (see No. " ...
A — 4: συμφέρω (Strong's #4851 — Verb — sumphoros — soom-fer'-o ) akin to No. 3, an adjective, signifying "profitable, useful, expedient," is used as a Noun, and found in the best texts, with the article, in 1 Corinthians 7:35 (see No. ...
B — 2: ὠφελέω (Strong's #5623 — Verb — opheleo — o-fel-eh'-o ) akin to A, No. ...
C — 1: χρήσιμος (Strong's #5539 — Adjective — chresimos — khray'-see-mos ) "useful" (akin to chraomai, "to use"), is translated as a Noun in 2 Timothy 2:14 , "to (no) profit," lit. , "to (nothing) profitable. " ...
C — 2: εὔχρηστος (Strong's #2173 — Adjective — euchrestos — yoo'-khrays-tos ) "useful, serviceable" (eu, "well," chrestos, "serviceable," akin to chroamai, see No. Perhaps the prefix eu should have been brought out by some rendering like "very profitable," "very serviceable," the suggestion being that whereas the runaway slave had done great disservice to Philemon, Now after his conversion, in devotedly serving the Apostle in his confinement, he had thereby already become particularly serviceable to Philemon himself, considering that the latter would have most willingly rendered service to Paul, had it been possible. Onesimus, who had belied his name, was Now true to it on behalf of his erstwhile master, who also owed his conversion to the Apostle. No
Dead - The undertaker may be dead to GOD, having No Saviour, No eternal life, and has never been born again. So he, the undertaker, pays No attention to GOD. GOD speaks to the sinner, but there is No response. He calls him, but there is No reply. He commands him, but there is No obedience. He loves him, but receives No affection in return. ...
Hebrews 6:1 (a) These works are those which have No value in GOD's sight, and do Not produce GOD's life in the experience of others. They have No spiritual value whatever. "...
The first death is the physical death when the soul is separated from the body, and can No longer go to church services, Nor hear songs, Nor see the flowers, Nor mingle among Christians
Open, Opening - A — 1: ἀνοίγω (Strong's #455 — Verb — anoigo — an-oy'-go ) is used (1) transitively, (a) literally, of "a door or gate," e. have No. , Revelation 5:9 ; 6:1 ; the eyes, Acts 9:40 ; the mouth of a fish, Matthew 17:27 ; "the pit of the abyss," Revelation 9:2 , RV; heaven and the heavens, Matthew 3:16 ; Luke 3:21 ; Acts 10:11 (for Acts 7:56 , see No. ; some have No. ...
A — 2: διανοίγω (Strong's #1272 — Verb — dianoigo — dee-an-oy'-go ) "to open up completely" (dia, "through," intensive, and No. ...
A — 3: ἄγω (Strong's #71 — Verb — ago — ag'-o ) "to lead," or "to keep or spend a day," is so used in Acts 19:38 : see KEEP , Note (2). in Luke 4:17 (of the roll of Isaiah), and translated "He had opened" (AV); see No. ...
Notes: (1) For Hebrews 4:13 , "laid open," RV (AV, "opened") see LAY , No. 5:24, AV, "open beforehand," see EVIDENT , A, No. (6) For "open (your hearts)," 2 Corinthians 7:2 , RV, see RECEIVE , No. ...
B — 1: ἄνοιξις (Strong's #457 — Noun Feminine — anoixis — an'-oix-is ) "an opening" (akin to A, No. 1), is used in Ephesians 6:19 , metaphorically of the "opening" of the mouth as in A, No. ...
B — 2: ὀπή (Strong's #3692 — Noun Feminine — ope — op-ay' ) "an opening, a hole," is used in James 3:11 , of the orifice of a fountain: see CAVE , HOLE , PLACE
Accept, Accepted, Acceptable - No. ...
A — 2: ἀποδέχομαι (Strong's #588 — Verb — apodechomai — ap-od-ekh'-om-ahee ) consisting of apo, "from," intensive, and No. ...
A — 3: προσδέχομαι (Strong's #4327 — Verb — prosdechomai — pros-dekh'-om-ahee ) pros, "to," and No. 1, "to accept favorably, or receive to oneself," is used of things future, in the sense of expecting; with the meaning of "accepting," it is used negatively in Hebrews 11:35 , "not accepting their deliverance;" of receiving, e. ...
A — 4: λαμβάνω (Strong's #2983 — Verb — lambano — lam-ban'-o ) almost synonymous with dechomai, is distinct from it, in that it sometimes means "to receive as merely a self-prompted action," without necessarily signifying a favorable reception, Galatians 2:6 . ...
Note: The verb charitoo, "to make acceptable," is translated "made accepted," in Ephesians 1:6 , AV; RV, "freely bestowed. ...
B — 1: δεκτός (Strong's #1184 — Adjective — dektos — dek-tos' ) akin to No. 1, denotes "a person or thing who has been regarded favorably," Luke 4:19,24 ; Acts 10:35 ; 2 Corinthians 6:2 (in this verse No. ...
B — 2: ἀπόδεκτος (Strong's #587 — Adjective — apodektos — ap-od'-ek-tos ) a strengthened form of No. ...
B — 3: εὐπρόσδεκτος (Strong's #2144 — Adjective — euprosdektos — yoo-pros'-dek-tos ) a still stronger form of No. 1, signifies a "very favorable acceptance" (eu, "well," pros, "towards," No. ...
C — 1: εὐαρέστως (Strong's #2102 — Adverb — euarestos — yoo-ar-es'-toce ) corresponding to B, No. ...
D — 1: ἀποδοχή (Strong's #594 — Noun Feminine — apodoche — ap-od-okh-ay' ) akin to B, No. ...
D — 2: χάρις (Strong's #5485 — Noun Feminine — charis — khar'-ece ) "grace," indicating favor on the part of the giver, "thanks" on the part of the receiver, is rendered "acceptable" in 1 Peter 2:19,20
Understand, Understood - , Matthew 13:13-15,19,23,51 ; 15:10 ; 16:12 ; 17:13 , and similar passages in Mark and Luke; Acts 7:25 (twice); 28:26,27; in Romans 3:11 , the present participle, with the article, is used as a Noun, lit. , "there is Not the understanding (one)," in a moral and spiritual sense; Romans 15:21 ; 2 Corinthians 10:12 , RV, "are (without) understanding," AV, "are (not) wise;" Ephesians 5:17 , RV, "understand. " See CONSIDER , Note (2). ...
A — 2: νοέω (Strong's #3539 — Verb — Noeo — Noy-eh'-o ) "to perceive with the mind," as distinct from perception by feeling, is so used in Matthew 15:17 , AV, "understand," RV, "perceive;" Matthew 16:9,11 ; 24:15 (here rather perhaps in the sense of considering) and parallels in Mark (not in Luke); John 12:40 ; Romans 1:20 ; 1 Timothy 1:7 ; Hebrews 11:3 ; in Ephesians 3:4 , AV, "may understand" (RV, "can perceive"); Ephesians 3:20 , "think;" 2 Timothy 2:7 , "consider," See CONSIDER , No. ...
A — 3: γινώσκω (Strong's #1097 — Verb — ginosko — ghin-oce'-ko ) "to know, to come to know," is translated "to understand" in the AV in Matthew 26:10 ; John 8:27 (RV, "to perceive;") AV and RV in John 8:43 ; 10:6 ; in John 10:38 , RV (in some texts pisteuo, AV, "believe"); AV and RV in John 12:16 ; 13:7 RV, AV, "know" (see Note under KNOW, No. 2); Acts 8:30 ; in Philippians 1:12 , AV, RV, "know" (in some texts, Acts 24:11 , AV). See KNOW , No. ...
A — 4: ἐπίσταμαι (Strong's #1987 — Verb — epistamai — ep-is'-tam-ahee ) "to know well," is rendered "to understand" in Mark 14:68 ; Jude 1:10 , RV, 2nd clause (AV, "know"). See KNOW , No. ...
A — 5: πυνθάνομαι (Strong's #4441 — Verb — punthanomai — poon-than'-om-ahee ) "to inquire," is rendered "to understand" in Acts 23:34 . ...
A — 6: γνωρίζω (Strong's #1107 — Verb — gnorizo — gno-rid'-zo ) "to make known," is rendered "I give . See KNOW , No. ...
A — 7: ἀγνοέω (Strong's #50 — Verb — agnoeo — ag-no-eh'-o ) "to be ignorant," is rendered "they understood Not" in Mark 9:32 ; Luke 9:45 ; in 2 Peter 2:12 , AV, RV, "they are ignorant of. " See IGNORANT , B, No. ...
Notes: (1) In 1 Corinthians 13:2 , AV, oida, "to know, to perceive," is rendered "understand" (RV, "know"); so in 1 Corinthians 14:16 . (2) For manthano, rendered "understand" in Acts 23:27 , AV, see LEARN , No. ...
B — 1: εὔσημος (Strong's #2154 — Adjective — eusemos — yoo'-say-mos ) primarily denotes "conspicuous" or "glorious" (as in Psalm 81:3 , Sept. ...
B — 2: δυσνόητος (Strong's #1425 — Adjective — dusnoetos — doos-no'-ay-tos ) "hard to be understood" (dus, a prefix like Eng. , "mis-," or "un-," and A, No
Laver - No size is given for the laver, Nor do we know how it was carried. We do Not know the depth, the scope, Nor the value of the Word of GOD. There is No rule about how GOD's Word is to be carried here and there from heart to heart
Men - * Notes: (1) For this plural see the Nouns under MAN. (2) For anthropinos, e. Romans 6:19 , "after the manner of men," see MAN'S , No. (3) For the phrase kat' anthropon, "after the manner of men," see MAN , No
Unawares - * Notes: (1) In Hebrews 13:2 , lanthano, "to escape Notice," is used with the aorist participle of xenizo, "to entertain," signifying "entertained . " See PRIVILY , Note: cp. BRING, No. (4) In Jude 1:4 , AV, pareisduno, "to slip in secretly," is rendered "crept in unawares. " See CREEP , A, No
Dactylozooid - ) A kind of zooid of Siphonophora which has an elongated or even vermiform body, with one tentacle, but No mouth. See Siphonophora
Pine Away - 1: ξηραίνω (Strong's #3583 — Verb — xeraino — xay-rah'ee-no ) "to dry up, wither," is rendered "pineth away" in Mark 9:18
Mahalath - See Basemath, No
Enoch - ENOCH. —There is No mention of the patriarch Enoch in the Gospels except as a link in our Lord’s genealogy, Luke 3:37
Pelta - ) A flat apothecium having No rim
Amphigamous - ) Having a structure entirely cellular, and No distinct sexual organs; - a term applied by De Candolle to the lowest order of plants
Fer-de-Lance - ) A large, venomous serpent (Trigonocephalus lanceolatus) of Brazil and the West Indies. It is allied to the rattlesnake, but has No rattle
Immensity - Unbounded or incomprehensible greatness; and unlimited extension, which No finite and determinate space, repeated ever so often, can equal
Truism - ) An undoubted or self-evident truth; a statement which is pliantly true; a proposition needing No proof or argument; - opposed to falsism
Unmeaning - ) Not indicating intelligence or sense; senseless; expressionless; as, an unmeaning face. ) Having No meaning or signification; as, unmeaning words
Ith'Nan - ( Joshua 15:23 ) No trace of its existence has yet been discovered
Rundlet - ) A small barrel of No certain dimensions
Meddler - ) One who meddles; one who interferes or busies himself with things in which he has No concern; an officious person; a busybody
Causeless - Having No cause, or producing agent
be'Ther - ( Song of Solomon 2:17 ) There is No clue to guide us as to what mountains are intended here
Enoch - ENOCH. —There is No mention of the patriarch Enoch in the Gospels except as a link in our Lord’s genealogy, Luke 3:37
Sore, Sorer - A — 1: ἕλκος (Strong's #1668 — Noun Neuter — helkos — hel'-kos ) "a sore" or "ulcer" (primarily a wound), occurs in Luke 16:21 ; Revelation 16:2,11 . ...
C — 1: ἱκανός (Strong's #2425 — Adjective — hikanos — hik-an-os' ) used of things, occasionally denotes "much," translated "sore" in Acts 20:37 , lit. " See ABLE , C, No. See EXCEED , B, No. See GREATLY , Note (1). ...
Notes: (1) For the AV, "sore vexed" in Matthew 17:15 , see GRIEVOUSLY , B, No. 2, Note (2). " (5) For the RV, "sore troubled," Matthew 26:37 ; Mark 14:33 (AV, "very heavy"), see TROUBLE , B, No. (6) For AV, "were sore amazed" in Mark 14:33 , see AMAZE , B, No. " See BREAK , A, No
Clothe - 1: ἀμφιέννυμι (Strong's #294 — Verb — amphiennumi — am-fee-en'-noo-mee ) "to put clothes round" (amphi, "around," hennumi, "to clothe"), "to invest," signifies, in the Middle Voice, to put clothing on oneself, e. ...
3: ἐνδιδύσκω (Strong's #1737 — Verb — endidusko — en-did-oos'-ko ) has the same meaning as No. have it in Luke 8:27 , for No. In Mark 15:17 the best texts have this verb (some have No. ...
4: ἐπενδύομαι (Strong's #1902 — Verb — ependuo — ep-en-doo'-om-ahee ) a strengthened form of No. See CAST , No. 10, PUT, No. ...
Note: The verb enkomboomai, "to grid oneself with a thing," in 1 Peter 5:5 , is rendered in the AV, "be clothed with
Spring - A — 1: γίνομαι (Strong's #1096 — Verb — ginomai — ghin'-om-ahee ) "to become," is used in the best texts in Hebrews 11:12 , "sprang" (some have gennao, in the Passive Voice, rendered in the same way). See ARISE , No. ...
A — 3: ἐξανατέλλω (Strong's #1816 — Verb — exanatello — ex-an-at-el'-lo ) ek or ex, "out," and No. 2, is used of the "springing" up of seeds, Matthew 13:5 ; Mark 4:5 (No. ...
A — 4: φύω (Strong's #5453 — Verb — phuo — foo'-o ) used transitively, "to bring forth, produce," denotes, in the Passive Voice, "to spring up, grow," of seed, Luke 8:6,8 , AV, "was sprung up" and "sprang up" (RV, "grew"); in the Active Voice, intransitively, in Hebrews 12:15 , of a root of bitterness. ...
A — 5: συμφύω (Strong's #4855 — Verb — sumphuo — soom-foo'-o ) "to cause to grow together" (sun, "with," and No. " ...
A — 6: βλαστάνω (Strong's #985 — Verb — blastano — blas-tan'-o ) "to sprout," is rendered "to spring up" in Matthew 13:26 , of tare blades, and Mark 4:27 , of seed. See BRING , A, No. ...
A — 7: ἀναβαίνω (Strong's #305 — Verb — anabaino — an-ab-ah'ee-no ) "to go up," is rendered "sprang up" in Matthew 13:7 , AV, of thorns, and Mark 4:8 , of seed (RV, "grew up"). See GROW , No. ...
A — 10: ἐκπετάννυμι (Strong's #1600 — Verb — ekpedao — ek-pet-an'-noo-mee ) "to spring forth," occurs in Acts 14:14 , in the best texts. See RUN , Note (4). ...
B — 1: πηγή (Strong's #4077 — Noun Feminine — pege — pay-gay' ) is rendered "springs" in 2 Peter 2:17 , RV: see FOUNTAIN. ...
Note: For epiginomai, Acts 28:13 , see BLOW (verb)
Render - See DELIVER , A, No. 3, RECOMPENSE, B, No. See GIVE , No. See GIVE , No
Search - No. ...
2: ἐξεραυνάω (Strong's #1830 — Verb — exeraunao — ex-er-yoo-nah'-o ) a strengthened form of No. No. ...
3: ἐξετάζω (Strong's #1833 — Verb — exetazo — ex-et-ad'-zo ) "to examine closely, inquire carefully" (from etazo, "to examine"), occurs in Matthew 2:8 , RV, "search out;" so Matthew 10:11 , RV: see INQUIRE , No. ...
Note: For anakrino, rendered "searched" in Acts 17:11 , AV, see EXAMINE
Perform, Performance - 1: τελέω (Strong's #5055 — Verb — teleo — tel-eh'-o ) "to finish," is translated "performed" in Luke 2:39 , AV: see ACCOMPLISH , No. have No. See FINISH , Note 2. ...
: (Strong's # — — — ) Romans 15:28 , AV, "performed" (RV, "accomplished"); 2 Corinthians 8:11 , AV, "perform" (RV, "complete"); Philippians 1:6 , AV, "perform" (RV, "perfect"): see ACCOMPLISH , No. No. ...
Notes: (1) In Romans 7:18 , AV, katergazomai, "to work," is translated "to perform" (RV, "to do;" marg. (2) In Luke 1:20 , AV, ginomai, "to come to pass" (RV), is translated "shall be performed
Dumb - Isaiah 35:6 (a) Israel has No song while they are scattered over the world, and are subject to the rule of other nations. Individuals have No song while they are oppressed with sin, and are servants of Satan. ...
Isaiah 53:7 (a) The Lord JESUS standing before His accusers would Not reply to their accusations, for He was taking our place, He was our substitute. We were so very guilty that our substitute made No answer to His accusers. They had No message for GOD's people; they were false prophets; they were wicked leaders; and they failed either to warn Israel, or to encourage, or to help them back to GOD. The silence of the prophet was due to the commandment of GOD, the Spirit, and Not to any failure of his own
Cavo-Rilievo - ) Hollow relief; sculpture in relief within a sinking made for the purpose, so No part of it projects beyond the plain surface around
Nibhaz - text is corrupt, and No identification of this deity is possible
Prayer: Helpful to Study - : Was quite dull and lifeless in prayer, and in consequence had No success in study
Aclinic - ) Without inclination or dipping; - said the magnetic needle balances itself horizontally, having No dip
Derotremata - ) The tribe of aquatic Amphibia which includes Amphiuma, Menopoma, etc. They have permanent gill openings, but No external gills; - called also Cryptobranchiata
Acrania - ) The lowest group of Vertebrata, including the amphioxus, in which No skull exists
Diskless - ) Having No disk; appearing as a point and Not expanded into a disk, as the image of a faint star in a telescope
Aphaerema - See Eprhaim, No
Entappuah - See TAPPUAH, No
Term Insurance - Insurance for a specified term providing for No payment to the insured except upon losses during the term, and becoming void upon its expiration
Tuberculin Test - The hypodermic injection of tuberculin, which has little or No effect with healthy cattle, but causes a marked rise in temperature in tuberculous animals
Eutychianus, Pope Saint - No trustworthy account of his pontificate has yet been discovered
Lissencephala - ) A general name for all those placental mammals that have a brain with few or No cerebral convolutions, as Rodentia, Insectivora, etc
Rhe'sa - ( Luke 3:27 ) It is conjectured that Rhesa is No person, but merely a title
More - ...
A — 2: ἔτι (Strong's #2089 — Adverb — eti — et'-ee ) "yet, as yet, still," used of degree is translated "more" in Matthew 18:16 , "(one or two) more;" Hebrews 8:12 ; 10:17 , "(will I remember No) more;" Hebrews 10:2 , "(no) more (conscience);" Hebrews 11:32 , "(what shall I) more (say)?" Revelation 3:12 , "(he shall go out thence No) more;" Revelation 7:16 , "(no) more" and "any more;" Revelation 9:12 , AV "more" (RV, "hereafter"); Revelation 18:21-23 , "(no) more" "any more" (5 times); Revelation 20:3 , "(no) more;" Revelation 21:1,4 (twice); Revelation 22:3 . See ALSO , No. ...
A — 3: οὐκέτι (Strong's #3765 — Adverb — ouketi — ook-et'-ee ) ouk, "not," and No. 2, combined in one word, is translated "no more," e. See HENCEFORTH , HEREAFTER , LONGER , NoW , Note (2). See ABUNDANTLY , C, No. ...
Note: For the corresponding adverbs perissos and perissoteros, see ABUNDANTLY , EXCEEDINGLY. " ...
A — 7: ὅσος (Strong's #3745 — pronoun — hoson — hos'-os ) neuter of hosos, "how much," is used adverbially in Mark 7:36 (1st part), "the more. , John 15:2 ; Acts 24:11 , RV, "(not) more (than)" (AV, "yet but"); Hebrews 3:3 ; (b) as a Noun, or with a Noun understood, e. See ABOVE , No. 3, Note, GREATER. ...
B — 2: περισσός (Strong's #4053 — Adjective — perissos — per-is-sos' ) "more than sufficient, over and above, abundant" (a popular substitute for No. ...
B — 3: περισσότερος (Strong's #4055 — comparative — perissoteros — per-is-sot'-er-os ) the comparative degree of No. ...
Notes: (1) In Matthew 25:20 (2nd part), AV, allos, "other" (so the RV), is translated "more. " (2) In James 4:6 , AV, the adjective meizon, "greater" (see A, No. In Mark 14:5 , AV, epano, "above," is translated "more than" (RV, "above"). , "if Not," signifying "except," is translated "more than (one loaf)
Catch - ...
2: λαμβάνω (Strong's #2983 — Verb — lambano — lam-ban'-o ) "to receive," is once used of "catching" by fraud, circumventing, 2 Corinthians 12:16 . " See ACCEPT , No. ...
4: θηρεύω (Strong's #2340 — Verb — thereuo — thay-ryoo'-o ) "to hunt or catch wild beasts" (therion, "a wild beast"), is used by Luke of the same event as in No. ...
5: Ἀλεξανδρεύς (Strong's #221 — Noun Masculine — zogreo — al-ex-and-reuce' ) "to take alive:" see CAPTIVE , B, No. ...
6: πιάζω (Strong's #4084 — Verb — piazo — pee-ad'-zo ) "to capture:" see APPREHEND , No. ...
7: συναρπάζω (Strong's #4884 — Verb — sunarpazo — soon-ar-pad'-zo ) sun, used intensively, and No. ...
8: συλλαμβάνω (Strong's #4815 — Verb — sullambano — sool-lam-ban'-o ) sun, and No. 2, "to seize," is used, similarly to No. ...
9: ἐπιλαμβάνομαι (Strong's #1949 — Verb — epilambano — ep-ee-lam-ban'-om-ahee ) "to lay hold" (epi, intensive, and No
Tappuah - of Wâdy es-Sunt , but the site has Not been recovered. It was perhaps the same place as No. 2 above; but this is by No means certain
Damnation, Eternal - Damnation, because it is the result of a sentence pronounced on the guilty subject. Eternal, because the sentence of God is irrevocable, for it is specifically pronounced to be eternal in its consequences (Matthew 25), and the condemned are No longer in a state of probation, which with man comes to an end at death, but are in a fixed state which admits of No change (Luke 16)
Race - 1: ἀγών (Strong's #73 — Noun Masculine — agon — ag-one' ) is translated "race" in Hebrews 12:1 , one of the modes of athletic contest, this being the secondary meaning of the word. ...
2: στάδιον (Strong's #4712 — Noun Neuter — stadion — stad'-ee-on ) "a stadium," denotes a "racecourse," 1 Corinthians 9:24 . ...
Note: No. 1 signifies the "race" itself; No
Reasoning - 1: διαλογισμός (Strong's #1261 — Noun Masculine — dialogismos — dee-al-og-is-mos' ) "a thought, reasoning, inward questioning"
Note: In those mss
Quicken - ...
2: ζῳογονέω (Strong's #2225 — Verb — zoogoneo — dzo-og-on-eh'-o ) "to endue with life, produce alive, preserve alive:" see LIVE , No. ...
3: συζωοποιέω (Strong's #4806 — Verb — suzoopoieo | sunzoopoieo — sood-zo-op-oy-eh'-o ) "to quicken together with, make alive with" (sun, "with" and No
Purchase - 1: κτάομαι (Strong's #2932 — Verb — ktaomai — ktah'-om-ahee ) see OBTAIN , A, No. See BUY , No. ...
Note: For peripoiesis, "purchased possession," Ephesians 1:14 , see POSSESSION
Satisfy - See FILL , No. See FILL , No
Stubble - Job 13:25 (b) Job uses this figure to describe himself as one who has been cut down, cast out and is No longer useful. ...
1 Corinthians 3:12 (a) Many of the works which Christians do in the Name of the Lord have No value. They produce Nothing for the glory of GOD, and will be destroyed at the judgment seat of CHRIST
Gallows - The word is ets, frequently translated 'tree' and 'wood,' and gives No idea of the form of the gallows. Haman No doubt intended by the great height of the gallows (about 23 yards) that the hanging of his victim should have been well seen in the city
Intrepidity - Courageis impatient to attack, undertakes boldly, and is Not lessened by difficulty. Valour acts with vigour, gives No way to resistance, but pursues an enterprise in spite of opposition. Bravery knows No fear; it runs Nobly into danger, and prefers honour to life itself
Eternal Damnation - Damnation, because it is the result of a sentence pronounced on the guilty subject. Eternal, because the sentence of God is irrevocable, for it is specifically pronounced to be eternal in its consequences (Matthew 25), and the condemned are No longer in a state of probation, which with man comes to an end at death, but are in a fixed state which admits of No change (Luke 16)
Abia, Abiah - See ABIJAH,No. See ABIJAH, No
Lead - It is the softest next to gold, but has No great tenacity, and is Not in the least sonorous. It is mentioned with five other species of metal, Numbers 31:22 ; and there is No doubt but that this is the meaning of the word; so the Septuagint render it throughout, μολιβδος or μολιβος
Partition - And good from bad find No partition. No sight could pass ...
Betwixt the nice partitions of the grass
Womb - 1: κοιλία (Strong's #2836 — Noun Feminine — koilia — koy-lee'-ah ) denotes "the womb," Matthew 19:12 ; Luke 1:15,41,42,44 ; 2:21 ; 11:27 ; 23:29 ; John 3:4 ; Acts 3:2 ; 14:8 ; Galatians 1:15 . See BELLY , No. ...
2: γαστήρ (Strong's #1064 — Noun Feminine — gaster — gas-tare' ) is rendered "womb" in Luke 1:31 . See BELLY , No. ...
3: μήτρα (Strong's #3388 — Noun Feminine — metra — may'-trah ) the matrix (akin to meter, "a mother"), occurs in Luke 2:23 ; Romans 4:19
Younger - 1: νέος (Strong's #3501 — Adjective — neoteros — neh'-os, neh-o'-ter-os ) for which see No. For Titus 2:6 see YOUNG , No
Impotent - A — 1: ἀδύνατος (Strong's #102 — Adjective — adunatos — ad-oo'-nat-os ) see IMPOSSIBLE , A, No. ...
A — 2: ἀσθενής (Strong's #772 — Adjective — asthenes — as-then-ace' ) "without strength" (a, negative, sthenos, strength), is translated "impotent" in Acts 4:9 . ...
B — 1: ἀσθενέω (Strong's #770 — Verb — astheneo — as-then-eh'-o ) "to be without strength" (akin to A, No
Unblameable, Unblameably - " See BLAME , B, No. ...
B — 1: ἀμέμπτως (Strong's #274 — Adverb — amemptos — am-emp'-toce ) is used in 1 Thessalonians 2:10 , "unblameably," signifying that No charge could be maintained, whatever charges might be made
Wilfully, Willfully - A — 1: ἑκουσίως (Strong's #1596 — Adverb — hekousios — hek-oo-see'-oce ) denotes "voluntarily, willingly," Hebrews 10:26 , (of sinning) "willfully;" in 1 Peter 5:2 , "willingly" (of exercising oversight over the flock of God). ...
B — 1: θέλω (Strong's #2309 — Verb — thelo — ) "to will," used in the present participle in 2 Peter 3:5 , is rendered "willfully (forget)" in the RV, AV, "willingly (are ignorant of)," lit. , their Notice) willing (i. " See WILL , C, No. 1, WILLING, B, No
Strait, Straitened - See CONSTRAIN , A, No. ...
2: στενοχωρέω (Strong's #4729 — Verb — stenochoreo — sten-okh-o-reh'-o ) "to be pressed for room" (stenos, "narrow," choros, "a space"), is rendered "to be straitened" in 2 Corinthians 4:8 , RV (AV, "distressed"); 2 Corinthians 6:12 (twice). See ANGUISH , B, No. ...
3: θλίβω (Strong's #2346 — Verb — thlibo — thlee'-bo ) for which see AFFLICT , No
Lot - Is a mutual agreement to determine an uncertain event, No other ways determinable, by an appeal to the providence of God, on casting or throwing something. The matter, therefore, to be determined, in order to avoid guilt, should be important, and No other possible way left to determine it; and the manner of making the appeal solemn and grave, if we would escape the guilt of taking the name of God in vain. And if thus the decisory lot, when wantonly and unneccessarity employed, be criminal, equally, if Not more so, must the divinatory lot be, which is employed for discovering the will of God: this being No mean of God's appointment, must be superstitious, and the height of presumption
Necessary - ...
2: ἀνάγκη (Strong's #318 — Noun Feminine — ananke — an-ang-kay' ) "a necessity" (see No. " See DISTRESS , A, No. " ...
Note: For the AV of Acts 28:10 see NEED , A, No
Boat - 1: πλοιάριον (Strong's #4142 — Noun Neuter — ploiarion — ploy-ar'-ee-on ) "a skiff or small boat," is a diminutive of ploion (No. 2), Mark 3:9 ; 4:36 ; John 6:22 (but No. 2 in the 2nd part of the verse), John 6:23 (here some texts have No. ...
2: πλοῖον (Strong's #4143 — Noun Neuter — ploion — ploy'-on ) AV, "ship," is preferably translated "boat" (RV) in the Gospels, where it is of frequent use; it is found 18 times in Acts, where, as in James 3:4 ; Revelation 8:9 ; 18:19 , it signifies a ship. ...
3: σκάφη (Strong's #4627 — Noun Feminine — skaphe — skaf'-ay ) is, lit
Value - A — 1: διαφέρω (Strong's #1308 — — diaphero — dee-af-er'-o ) used intransitively, means "to differ, to excel," hence "to be of more value," Matthew 6:26 , RV, "are (not) ye of (much) more value," (AV, "better"); Matthew 12:12 ; Luke 12:24 , ditto; Matthew 10:31 ; Luke 12:7 . See BETTER , (be), CARRY , No. 4, DIFFER, DRIVE, No. 7, EXCELLENT, MATTER, Note (1), PUBLISH, No. ...
Note: For timao, rendered "to value" in Matthew 27:9 (twice), AV, see PRICE. ...
B — 1: τιμή (Strong's #5092 — Noun Feminine — time — tee-may' ) denotes "a valuing, a price, honor;" in Colossians 2:23 , RV, "(not of any) value (against the indulgence of the flesh)" Ordinance - A — 1: δικαίωμα (Strong's #1345 — Noun Neuter — dikaioma — dik-ah'-yo-mah ) see JUSTIFICATION , No. ...
A — 2: διαταγή (Strong's #1296 — Noun Feminine — diatage — dee-at-ag-ay' ) is translated "ordinances," in Romans 13:2 . ...
A — 3: δόγμα (Strong's #1378 — Noun Neuter — dogma — dog'-mah ) is translated "ordinances" in Ephesians 2:15 ; Colossians 2:14 . ...
A — 4: κτίσις (Strong's #2937 — Noun Feminine — ktisis — ktis'-is ) "a creation, creature," is translated "ordinance" in 1 Peter 2:13 . See CREATE , B, No. ...
Note: In 1 Corinthians 11:2 , AV, paradosis, "a tradition" (marg. ...
B — 1: δογματίζω (Strong's #1379 — Verb — dogmatizo — dog-mat-id'-zo ) akin to A, No
Doubloon - ) A Spanish gold coin, No longer issued, varying in value at different times from over fifteen dollars to about five
Cryptocrystalline - ) Indistinctly crystalline; - applied to rocks and minerals, whose state of aggregation is so fine that No distinct particles are visible, even under the microscope
Saprophyte - ) Any plant growing on decayed animal or vegetable matter, as most fungi and some flowering plants with No green color, as the Indian pipe
Chelubai - Another form of Caleb . 1 Chronicles 2:18 ; 1 Chronicles 2:42 , and see Caleb, and Carmi, No
Rude - 1: ἰδιώτης (Strong's #2399 — Noun Masculine — idiotes — id-ee-o'-tace ) for which see IGNORANT , No
Possessor - 1: κτήτωρ (Strong's #2935 — Noun Masculine — ktetor — ktay'-tore ) "a possessor, an owner" (akin to ktaomai, see POSSESS , No
Kiseus - See Kish, No
Futility - ) The quality of producing No valuable effect, or of coming to Nothing; uselessness
Unattached - ) Not attached; Not adhering; having No engagement; free. ) Not taken or arrested. ) Not assigned to any company or regiment
Anamim - No further information is known about these people
Wincopipe - ) A little red flower, No doubt the pimpernel, which, when it opens in the morning, is supposed to bode a fair day
Dan'Nah, - No trace of its name has been discovered
Scatter - See DISPERSE , No. See DISPERSE , No. See DISPERSE , No. See CAST , No. ...
5: λικμάω (Strong's #3039 — Verb — likmao — lik-mah'-o ) "to winnow" (likmos, "a winnowing fan"), is rendered "will scatter . See GRIND , Note. ...
6: διαλύω (Strong's #1262 — Verb — dialuo — dee-al-oo'-o ) "to dissolve," is translated "scattered" in Acts 5:36 , AV; see DISPERSE , No. ...
7: διασπορά (Strong's #1290 — Noun Feminine — diaspora — dee-as-por-ah' ) "a dispersion," is rendered "scattered abroad" in James 1:1 , AV; "scattered" in 1 Peter 1:1 , AV; see DISPERSION , B
Example - A — 1: δεῖγμα (Strong's #1164 — Noun Neuter — deigma — digh'-mah ) primarily "a thing shown, a specimen" (akin to deiknumi, "to show"), denotes an "example" given as a warning, Jude 1:7 . Note: The corresponding word in 2 Peter 2:6 is No. ...
A — 2: ὑπόδειγμα (Strong's #5262 — Noun Neuter — hupodeigma — hoop-od'-igue-mah ) see ENSAMPLE , No. ...
A — 3: τύπος (Strong's #5179 — Noun Masculine — tupos — too'-pos ) see ENSAMPLE , No. ...
A — 4: ὑπογραμμός (Strong's #5261 — Noun Masculine — hupogrammos — hoop-og-ram-mos' ) lit. , "an under-writing" (from hupographo, "to write under, to trace letters" for copying by scholars); hence, "a writing-copy, an example," 1 Peter 2:21 , said of what Christ left for believers, by His sufferings (not expiatory, but exemplary), that they might "follow His steps. " ...
B — 1: δειγματίζω (Strong's #1165 — Verb — deigmatizo — digh-mat-id'-zo ) "to make a show of, to expose" (akin to A, No. " ...
B — 2: ὑποδείκνυμι (Strong's #5263 — Verb — hupodeiknumi — hoop-od-ike'-noo-mee ) primarily, "to show secretly" (hupo, "under," deiknumi, "to show"), "to show by tracing out" (akin to A, No
Sorrow, Sorrowful - A — 1: λύπη (Strong's #3077 — Noun Feminine — lupe — loo'-pay ) "grief, sorrow," is translated "sorrow" in Luke 22:45 ; John 16:6,20-22 ; Romans 9:2 , RV (AV, "heaviness"); 2 Corinthians 2:1 , RV; 2:3,7; 7:10 (twice); Philippians 2:27 (twice). ...
A — 2: ὀδύνη (Strong's #3601 — Noun Feminine — odune — od-oo'-nay ) "pain, consuming grief, distress," whether of body or mind, is used of the latter, Romans 9:2 , RV, "pain;" 1 Timothy 6:10 . ...
A — 3: ὠδίν (Strong's #5604 — Noun Feminine — odin — o-deen' ) "a birth-pang, travail, pain," "sorrows," Matthew 24:8 ; Mark 13:8 ; see PAIN , A, No. ...
A — 4: πένθος (Strong's #3997 — Noun Neuter — penthos — pen'-thos ) "mourning," "sorrow," Revelation 18:7 (twice); 21:4; see MOURN. ...
B — 1: λυπέω (Strong's #3076 — Verb — lupeo — loo-peh'-o ) akin to A, No. 1: see GRIEF , B, No. ...
B — 2: ὀδυνάω (Strong's #3600 — Verb — odunao — od-oo-nah'-o ) "to cause pain" (akin to A, No. 2), is used in the Middle Voice in Luke 2:48 ; Acts 20:38 : see ANGUISH , B, No. ...
C — 2: ἄλυπος (Strong's #253 — Adjective — alupos — al-oo-pot'-er-os ) denotes "free from grief" (a, negative, lupe, "grief"), comparative degree in Philippians 2:28 , "less sorrowful," their joy would mean the removal of a burden from his heart
Whole, Wholly, Wholesome - A — 1: ὅλος (Strong's #3650 — Adjective — holos — hol'-os ) for which see ALL , A, No. 3, and ALTOGETHER, signifies "whole," (a) with a Noun, e. , Matthew 5:29,30 ; Mark 8:36 ; 15:1,16,33 ; Luke 11:36 (1st part), though holon may here be used adverbially with photeinon, "wholly light" [1]; John 11:50 ; 1 Corinthians 12:17 (1st part); 1 John 2:2 ; 5:19 ; (b) absolutely, as a Noun, e. ...
A — 2: πᾶς (Strong's #3956 — Adjective — pas — pas ) for which see ALL , A, No. ...
A — 3: ἅπας (Strong's #537 — Adjective — hapas — hap'-as ) for which see ALL , A, No. ...
A — 4: ὁλόκληρος (Strong's #3648 — Adjective — holokleros — hol-ok'-lay-ros ) from No. , "whole-complete" (A, No. The word is similar in meaning to No. ...
Note: In 1 Timothy 4:15 , the sentence freely rendered "give thyself wholly to them" is, lit. " ...
B — 1: ὑγιαίνω (Strong's #5198 — Verb — hugiaino — hoog-ee-ah'ee-no ) "to be in good health," akin to A, No. See ABLE , B, No
Fear, Fearful, Fearfulness - A — 1: φόβος (Strong's #5401 — Noun Masculine — phobos — fob'-os ) first had the meaning of "flight," that which is caused by being scared; then, "that which may cause flight," (a) "fear, dread, terror," always with this significance in the four Gospels; also e. of Isaiah 8:12 , "fear Not their fear;" hence some take it to mean, as there, "what they fear," but in view of Matthew 10:28 , e. , it seems best to understand it as that which is caused by the intimidation of adversaries; (b) "reverential fear," (1) of God, as a controlling motive of the life, in matters spiritual and moral, Not a mere "fear" of His power and righteous retribution, but a wholesome dread of displeasing Him, a "fear" which banishes the terror that shrinks from His presence, Romans 8:15 , and which influences the disposition and attitude of one whose circumstances are guided by trust in God, through the indwelling Spirit of God, Acts 9:31 ; Romans 3:18 ; 2 Corinthians 7:1 ; Ephesians 5:21 (RV, "the fear of Christ"); Philippians 2:12 ; 1 Peter 1:17 (a comprehensive phrase: the reverential "fear" of God will inspire a constant carefulness in dealing with others in His "fear"); 3:2,15; the association of "fear and trembling," as e. , Genesis 9:2 ; Exodus 15:16 ; Deuteronomy 2:25 ; 11:25 ; Psalm 55:5 ; Isaiah 19:16 ; (2) of superiors, e. ...
A — 2: δειλία (Strong's #1167 — Noun Feminine — deilia — di-lee'-ah ) "fearfulness" (from deos, "fright"), is rightly rendered "fearfulness" in 2 Timothy 1:7 , RV (for AV, "fear"). That spirit is Not given us of God. The word denotes "cowardice and timidity" and is never used in a good sense, as No. deilos, B, No. ...
A — 3: εὐλάβεια (Strong's #2124 — Noun Feminine — eulabeia — yoo-lab'-i-ah ) signifies, firstly, "caution;" then, "reverence, godly fear," Hebrews 5:7 ; 12:28 , in best mss. on the love, though there was love in the fear of God's saints then, as there must be fear in their love Now" (Trench, Syn, xlviii). ...
Note: In Luke 21:11 , phobetron (akin to No. 1) denotes a terror, RV, "terrors," for AV, "fearful sights," i. ...
B — 1: φοβερός (Strong's #5398 — Adjective — phoberos — fob-er-os' ) "fearful" (akin to A, No. " ...
B — 2: δειλός (Strong's #1169 — Adjective — deilos — di-los' ) "cowardly" (see A, No. ...
B — 3: ἔκφοβος (Strong's #1630 — Adjective — ekphobos — ek'-fob-os ) signifies "frightened outright" (ek, "out," intensive, and A, No. 1), Hebrews 12:21 (with eimi, "I am"), "I exceedingly fear" (see No. ), is used with ginomai, "to become," in Acts 7:32 , "trembled;" Acts 16:29 , RV, "trembling for fear;" with eimi, "to be," in Hebrews 12:21 , "quake" (some mss. The distinction between No. 3 and No. " ...
C — 1: ἄφωνος (Strong's #880 — Adjective — aphobos — af'-o-nos ) denotes "without fear" (a, negative, and A, No. ...
D — 1: φοβέω (Strong's #5399 — Verb — phobeo — fob-eh'-o ) in earlier Greek, "to put to flight" (see A, No. (see No. 2); or (b) "to show reverential fear"
D — 2: εὐλαβέομαι (Strong's #2125 — Verb — eulabeomai — yoo-lab-eh'-om-ahee ) "to be cautious, to beware" (see A, No. " ...
Notes: (1) In
Acts 23:10 some mss. have this verb with the meaning (a) under No. ...
(2) In Luke 3:14 , diaseio, "to shake violently, to intimidate, to extort by violence, blackmail," is rendered "put No man in fear" in AV marg
Oxyacid - ) An acid containing oxygen, as chloric acid or sulphuric acid; - contrasted with the hydracids, which contain No oxygen, as hydrochloric acid
Pilidium - It has No resemblance to its parent, and the young worm develops in its interior
Scattered - ) Irregular in position; having No regular order; as, scattered leaves
Continuing - Here we have No continuing city
Impeccabiles - A name given to those heretics who boasted that they were impecable, and that there was No need of repentance; such were the Gnostics, Priscillianists, &c
Xiphius - ) A genus of cetaceans having a long, pointed, bony beak, usually two tusklike teeth in the lower jaw, but No teeth in the upper jaw
Ungod - ) To cause to recognize No god; to deprive of a god; to make atheistical
Climb up - 1: ἀναβαίνω (Strong's #305 — Verb — anabaino — an-ab-ah'ee-no ) "to ascend," is used of climbing up, in Luke 19:4 ; John 10:1
Jewels - 1: χρυσίον (Strong's #5553 — Noun Neuter — chrusion — khroo-see'-on ) "gold," is used of ornaments in 1 Peter 3:3 , RV, "jewels. " See GOLD , No
ge'Ther - (Genesis 10:23 ) No satisfactory trace of the people sprung from this stock has been found
Alien - ...
Those who were strangers generally, and who owned No landed property. ...
...
Strangers dwelling in another country without being naturalized (Leviticus 22:10 ; Psalm 39:12 ). Both of these classes were to enjoy, under certain conditions, the same rights as other citizens (Leviticus 19:33,34 ; Deuteronomy 10:19 ). They might be naturalized and permitted to enter into the congregation of the Lord by submitting to circumcision and abandoning idolatry (Deuteronomy 23:3-8 ). ...
This term is used (Ephesians 2:12 ) to denote persons who have No interest in Christ
Ligamen - (Latin: ligare, to bind) ...
Signifies an existing marriage bond, and is a diriment impediment to another marriage. It is often known as the impediment of previous marriage. But in the case of a valid marriage dissolved by the Church under the Pauline Privilege or of a Non-consummated Christian marriage dissolved by the pope, the previous marriage, although it was valid, No longer exists, and consequently is No longer an impediment
Jehoshaphat, Valley of - No evidence exists that any valley actually bore this name in Joel's time. the Kidron Valley has been known as the Valley of Jehoshaphat; but there is No reason for believing Joel was referring to the Kidron Valley
Sorry - A — 1: λυπέω (Strong's #3076 — Verb — lupeo — loo-peh'-o ) is rendered "to be sorry" (Passive Voice) in Matthew 14:9 , AV (RV, "grieved"); 17:23; 18:31; 2 Corinthians 2:2 [1]; 2:4, RV, "made sorry;" 2 Corinthians 9:9,11 , RV, "ye were made sorry. " See GRIEVE , B, No. ...
B — 1: περίλυπος (Strong's #4036 — Adjective — perilupos — per-il'-oo-pos ) is translated "exceeding sorry" in Mark 6:26 : see SORROWFUL , C, No
Christ: to be Followed Above All - In a letter of Abelard to Eloisa, the following paragraph occurs:–'I will be No philosopher, if so be I must needs fight against St. Paul; I will be No Aristotle, if so be I be separated from Christ. ' If all students were thus resolved to hold with the great Teacher at all hazards, we should Not see such frequent victims of 'philosophy, falsely so called. ' Unlettered ignorance is a great evil, but learned ignorance is worse, and such is all learning which decoys the heart from Jesus
Nay - No a word that expresses negation. He that will Not when he may, When he would he shall have nay. ...
In these senses it is Now rarely used No being substituted. Not only so Not this alone intimating that something is to be added y way of amplification. Not in use ...
Marriage Without a Priest - Under the present matrimonial laws the blessing of the union by a priest is Not, in certain circumstances, essential to the contract and the sacrament. If a Catholic couple wish to marry in a place where for a month there will be No priest qualified to join them in matrimony, they may simply express their mutual consent before two witnesses, and thereby they are validly and lawfully married. In danger of death, this may also be done even when there is No such expected delay in the coming of the priest
Nicolas - Probably having No connection with the Nicolaitans, though Epiphanius (adv. " No church honours Nicolas, but neither do they honor four others of the seven men
Hoshama - In Jehoiachin's capture by Nebuchadnezzar his mother and wives are mentioned, but Not his sons (2 Kings 24:12; 2 Kings 24:15), and he is doomed to be "childless" in Jeremiah 22:30. Either there is confusion of the genealogies in 1 Chronicles 3, or, as Matthew 1:12 says "Jeconias begat Salathiel," by "childless" Jeremiah means he should have No lineal heir to the throne, as Jeremiah adds, "no man of his seed shall prosper
Complete - ) Filled up; with No part or element lacking; free from deficiency; entire; perfect; consummate. ) To bring to a state in which there is No deficiency; to perfect; to consummate; to accomplish; to fulfill; to finish; as, to complete a task, or a poem; to complete a course of education
Skepticism - ) The doctrine that No fact or principle can be certainly known; the tenet that all knowledge is uncertain; Pyrrohonism; universal doubt; the position that No fact or truth, however worthy of confidence, can be established on philosophical grounds; critical investigation or inquiry, as opposed to the positive assumption or assertion of certain principles
Grave - Where there is No Catholic cemetery, the Church requires that a separate space be granted for the burial of Catholics, and, if this is refused, the single graves must be blessed. No ownership can be claimed by individuals
Instant - Quick making No delay. A point in duration a moment a part of duration in which we perceive No succession, or a part that occupies the time of a single thought
Baali - God will No longer be called 'my Master,' as the word Baali signifies, but 'Husband,' and He will take away the names of their idolatrous masters, Baalim, and they shall No more be remembered
Laugh, Laugh to Scorn - ...
2: καταγελάω (Strong's #2606 — Verb — katagelao — kat-ag-el-ah'-o ) denotes "to laugh scornfully at," more emphatic than No. 1 (kata, "down," used intensively, and No. " ...
Note: The laughter of incredulity, as in Genesis 17:17 ; 18:12 , is Not mentioned in the NT
Outside - 1: ἔξωθεν (Strong's #1855 — Adverb — exothen — ex'-o-then ) an adverb formed from exo, "without," properly signifies "from without," Mark 7:18 (in Mark 7:15 it is used as a preposition); with the article it is equivalent to a Noun, "the outside," Matthew 23:25 (for ver. 27, see OUTWARD , No. See EXCEPT , No
Censer - 1: θυμιατήριον (Strong's #2369 — Noun Neuter — thumiaterion — thoo-mee-as-tay'-ree-on ) "a vessel for burning incense" (2 Chronicles 26:19 ; Ezekiel 8:11 ), is found in Hebrews 9:4 . ...
2: λιβανωτός (Strong's #3031 — Noun Masculine — libanotos — lib-an-o-tos' ) denotes "frankincense," the gum of the libanos, "the frankincense tree;" in a secondary sense, "a vessel in which to burn incense," Revelation 8:3,5 . ...
Note: No. 1 derives its significance from the act of burning (thumiao); No
Opportunity - ...
Neglect No opportunity of doing good. I had an opportunity of sending the letter, or No opportunity to send it
Lest - That Not for fear that. ...
Ye shall Not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die. Ye shall Not touch it that separated or dismissed, ye die. That here refers to the preceding command or sentence that being removed or Not observed, the fact being Not so, ye will die. ...
Sin No more, lest a worse thing come to thee. ...
Sin No more that fact Not taking place, a worse thing will happen to thee
Philetus - It was a spiritual resurrection from sin to holiness, and there was No future resurrection of the body, No life to come
Tomb - 1: μνημεῖον (Strong's #3419 — Noun Neuter — mnemeion — mnay-mi'-on ) is almost invariably rendered "tomb" or "tombs" in the RV, never "grave," sometimes "sepulchre;" in the AV, "tomb" in Matthew 8:28 ; 27:60 ; Mark 5:2 ; 6:29 . See GRAVE No. ...
2: μνῆμα (Strong's #3418 — Noun Neuter — mnema — mnay'-mah ) rendered "tombs" in Mark 5:3,5 ; Luke 8:27 : see GRAVE , No. ...
3: τάφος (Strong's #5028 — Noun Masculine — taphos — taf'-os ) akin to thapto, "to bury," is translated "tombs" in Matthew 23:29 ; elsewhere "sepulchre
Wither - 1: ξηραίνω (Strong's #3583 — Verb — xeraino — xay-rah'ee-no ) "to dry up, parch, wither," is translated "to wither," (a) of plants, Matthew 13:6 ; 21:19,20 ; Mark 4:6 ; 11:20 , RV (AV, "dried up"),21; Luke 8:6 ; John 15:6 ; James 1:11 ; 1 Peter 1:24 ; (b) of members of the body, Mark 3:1 , and, in some texts, 3. ...
Notes: (1) For the adjective xeros, "dry, withered," see DRY , A, No
Well Pleased - A — 1: εὐδοκία (Strong's #2107 — Noun Feminine — eudokia — yoo-dok-ee'-ah ) "good pleasure," occurs in the genitive case in Luke 2:14 , lit. ), RV, "(men) in whom He is well pleased" (the genitive is objective); the AV, "good will (toward men)," follows the inferior texts which have the Nominative. ...
B — 1: εὐδοκέω (Strong's #2106 — Verb — eudokeo — yoo-dok-eh'-o ) "to be well pleased:" see PLEASE , A, No. 3, WILLING, B, No
Will: the Seat of Inability - Nelson could Not see the signal for suspending battle because he placed the glass to his blind eye, and man cannot see the truth as it is in Jesus because he has No mind to do so. Ungodly men are, as the country people say, 'like the hogs in a harvest field,' who come Not out for all your shouting; they cannot hear because they have No will to hear
Row - 1: ἐλαύνω (Strong's #1643 — Verb — elauno — el-ow'-no ) "to drive," is used of "rowing" or sailing a boat, Mark 6:48 ; John 6:19
Perserverance - 1: προσκαρτέρησις (Strong's #4343 — Noun Feminine — proskarteresis — pros-kar-ter'-ay-sis ) occurs in Ephesians 6:18 . the verb (and the formation) under ATTEND, No
Cultus - ) Bad, worth less; No good
Telaim - Septuagint and Josephus read Gilgal; but No Hebrew manuscript sanctions this
Ketab - There is No corresponding name in the lists of Ezr
Primus - ) One of the bishops of the Episcopal Church of Scotland, who presides at the meetings of the bishops, and has certain privileges but No metropolitan authority
Naturalism - It asserts that biological evolution is true and that there are No supernatural realities
Relativism - The view that truth is relative and Not absolute. Truth varies from people to people, time to time and there are No absolutes
Uncharge - ) To free from an accusation; to make No charge against; to acquit
Laughter - 1: γέλως (Strong's #1071 — Noun Masculine — gelos — ghel'-oce ) denotes "laughter," James 4:9 . This corresponds to the kind of "laughter" mentioned above (see LAUGH , No
Lissette - ) The locus described by any point attached to a curve that slips continuously on another fixed curve, the movable curve having No rotation at any instant
Longer - This evil can be endured No longer
Went - We Now arrange went in grammar as the preterit of go, but in origin it has No connection with it
Service, Serving - 1: διακονία (Strong's #1248 — Noun Feminine — diakonia — dee-ak-on-ee'-ah ) is rendered "service" in Romans 15:31 , AV; "serving" in Luke 10:40 . See MINISTRY , A, No. ...
2: λειτουργία (Strong's #3009 — Noun Feminine — leitourgia — li-toorg-ee'-ah ) is rendered "service" in 2 Corinthians 9:12 ; Philippians 2:17,30 . See MINISTRY , A, No. ...
3: λατρεία (Strong's #2999 — Noun Feminine — latreia — lat-ri'-ah ) akin to latreuo (see No. ...
Note: For "soldier on service," 2 Timothy 2:3 , RV, see SOLDIER , B
Signify - 1: σημαίνω (Strong's #4591 — Verb — semaino — say-mah'ee-no ) "to give a sign, indicate" (sema, "a sign:" cp. SIGN, No. ...
3: ἐμφανίζω (Strong's #1718 — Verb — emphanizo — em-fan-id'-zo ) "to manifest, make known," is translated "signify" in Acts 23:15 ; Acts 23:22 , RV (AV, "hath showed"). See APPEAR , No. ...
Note: In Acts 21:26 , AV, diangello, "to announce," is rendered "to signify" (RV, "declaring")
Preserve - See KEEP , No. ...
2: συντηρέω (Strong's #4933 — Verb — suntereo — soon-tay-reh'-o ) see KEEP , No. ...
3: ζῳογονέω (Strong's #2225 — Verb — zoogoneo — dzo-og-on-eh'-o ) "to preserve alive:" see LIVE , No. ...
Note: In 2 Timothy 4:18 , AV, sozo, "to save," is translated "will preserve" (RV, "will save")
Portion - A — 1: μέρος (Strong's #3313 — Noun Neuter — meros — mer'-os ) "a part," is translated "portion" in Matthew 24:51 ; Luke 12:46 ; 15:12 . ...
A — 2: κλῆρος (Strong's #2819 — Noun Masculine — kleros — klay'-ros ) "a lot," is translated "portion" in Acts 1:17 , RV. ...
A — 3: μερίς (Strong's #3310 — Noun Feminine — meris — mer-ece' ) "a part," is translated "portion" in 2 Corinthians 6:15 , RV. ...
Note: For "portion of food," Luke 12:42 , RV, see FOOD , No. ...
B — 1: συμμερίζω (Strong's #4829 — Verb — summerizo — soom-mer-id'-zom-ahee ) "to have a part with" (akin to A, No. ...
C — 1: πολυμερῶς (Strong's #4181 — Adverb — polumeros — pol-oo-mer'-oce ) signifies "in many parts" or "portions" (polus, "many," and A, No
Straight - ...
A — 2: ὀρθός (Strong's #3717 — Adjective — orthos — or-thos' ) used of height, denotes "upright," Acts 14:10 ; of line of direction, figuratively, said of paths of righteousness, Hebrews 12:13 . ...
B — 1: εὐθύνω (Strong's #2116 — Adverb — euthuno — yoo-thoo'-no ) akin to A, No. 1, is used of the directing of a ship by the steersman, James 3:4 (see GOVERNOR , B, Note); metaphorically, of making "straight" the way of the Lord, John 1:23 . ...
B — 2: ἀνορθόω (Strong's #461 — Verb — anorthoo — an-orth-o'-o ) "to set up, make straight:" see LIFT , No
Opportunity - A — 1: καιρός (Strong's #2540 — Noun Masculine — kairos — kahee-ros' ) primarily, "a due measure," is used of "a fixed and definite period, a time, season," and is translated "opportunity" in Galatians 6:10 ; Hebrews 11:15 . ...
A — 2: εὐκαιρία (Strong's #2120 — Noun Feminine — eukairia — yoo-kahee-ree'-ah ) "a fitting time, opportunity" (eu, "well," and No. ...
A — 3: τόπος (Strong's #5117 — Noun Masculine — topos — top'-os ) "to place," is translated "opportunity" in Acts 25:16 , RV (AV, "licence"). ...
B — 1: εὐκαιρέω (Strong's #2119 — Verb — eukaireo — yoo-kahee-reh'-o ) "to have time or leisure" (akin to A, No. ...
B — 2: ἀκαιρέομαι (Strong's #170 — Verb — akaireomai — ak-ahee-reh'-om-ahee ) "to have No opportunity" (a, negative, and kairos, "season"), occurs in Philippians 4:10
Coral - This, though No gem, is ranked by the author of the book of Job 28:18 , with the onyx and sapphire. Good observes, "It is by No means certain what the words here rendered ‘corals and pearls,' and those immediately, afterward rendered ‘rubies and topaz,' really signified. Our common version is, in the main, concurrent with most of the oriental renderings: and I see No reason to deviate from it
Amon - Amon (â'mon), an Egyptian divinity, whose name occurs in mat of No-amon, Nahum 3:8 R. "populous No," or Thebes, also called No. A governor of Samaria
Weigh, Weight, Weighty, Weightier - A — 1: βαρέω (Strong's #916 — Verb — bareo — bar-eh'-o ) "to weigh down," is so rendered in 2 Corinthians 1:8 , RV; see BURDEN , B, No. See BURDEN , A, No. ...
B — 2: ὄγκος (Strong's #3591 — Noun Masculine — onkos — ong'-kos ) denotes "a bulk or mass;" hence, metaphorically, "an encumbrance, weight," Hebrews 12:1 . ...
C — 1: βαρύς (Strong's #926 — Adjective — barus — bar-ooce' ) "heavy" (akin to A and B, No
Rail, Railer, Railing - loidoreo, "to revile" (see REVILE), and B, No. 2 and C, No. ...
B — 1: βλασφημία (Strong's #988 — Noun Feminine — blasphemia — blas-fay-me'-ah ) is translated "railings" in Matthew 15:19 , RV; 1 Timothy 6:4 , AV and RV; "railing" in Mark 7:22 , RV; Colossians 3:8 , RV; Jude 1:9 , AV and RV, lit. ...
B — 2: λοιδορία (Strong's #3059 — Noun Feminine — loidoria — loy-dor-ee'-ah ) "abuse, railing, reviling," is rendered "reviling" in the RV, 1 Peter 3:9 (twice); in 1 Timothy 5:14 , AV marg. ...
C — 1: βλάσφημος (Strong's #989 — Adjective — blasphemos — blas'-fay-mos ) akin to A, and B, No. ...
C — 2: λοίδορος (Strong's #3060 — Noun Masculine — loidoros — loy'-dor-os ) an adjective denoting "reviling, railing" (akin to B, No. 2), is used as a Noun, "a railer," 1 Corinthians 5:11
Heaven: None Admitted But Those Like Jesus - At heaven's gate there stands an angel with charge to admit None but those who in their countenances bear the same features as the Lord of the place. The angel pays him No respect, but reminds him that the diadems of earth have No value in heaven. A company of eminent men advance dressed in robes of state, and others adorned with the gowns of learning, but to these No deference is rendered, for their faces are very unlike the Crucified. A maiden comes forward, fair and comely, but the celestial watcher sees Not in that sparkling eye and ruddy cheek the beauty for which he is looking. A man of renown cometh up heralded by fame, and preceded by the admiring clamour of mankind; but the angel saith, 'Such applause may please the sons of men, but thou hast No right to enter here
no - This is the scripture name of THEBES,a Noted city in Egypt, built on both sides of the river Nile, having a hundred gates, situate about 25 46' N. Instead of 'populous No,' 'No of Amon' should be read, referring to the Egyptian god Amon; and in Jeremiah 46:25 for 'the multitude of No,' 'Amon of No' should be read
Base, Baser - 1: ἀγενής (Strong's #36 — Adjective — agenes — ag-en-ace' ) "of low birth" (a, negative, genos, "family, race"), hence denoted "that which is of No reputation, of No account," 1 Corinthians 1:28 , "the base things of the world," i. , those which are of No account or fame in the world's esteem. ...
2: ταπεινός (Strong's #5011 — Adjective — tapeinos — tap-i-nos' ) primarily "that which is low, and does Not rise far from the ground," as in the Sept. of Ezekiel 17:24 , hence, metaphorically, signifies "lowly, of No degree. tapeinophrosune, "lowliness of mind," and tapeinoo, "to humble. " See CAST , Note (7), HUMBLE , LOW , LOWLY
no-a'Mon - (temple of Amon ) ( Nahum 3:8 ) No, (Jeremiah 46:25 ; Ezekiel 30:14,16 ) a city of Egypt, better known under the name of Thebes or Diospolis Magna, the ancient and splendid metropolis of upper Egypt The second part of the first form as the name of Amen , the chief divinity of Thebes, mentioned or alluded to in connection with this place in Jeremiah. There is a difficulty as to the meaning of No. It seems most reasonable to suppose that No is a Shemitic name and that Amen is added in Nahum (l. The description of No-amon as "situated among the rivers, the waters round about it" (Nah. It was emphatically the city of temples, in the ruins of which many monuments of ancient Egypt are preserved, The plan of the city was a parallelogram, two miles from North to south and four from east to west, but None suppose that in its glory if really extended 33 miles along both aides of the Nile
Rouse - 1: ἔξυπνος (Strong's #1853 — Adjective — exupnos — ex'-oop-nos ) "roused out of sleep" (ek, "out of," hupnos, "sleep"), occurs in Acts 16:27 . exupnizo, AWAKE, No
Hazo - It is No doubt identical with Hazû , which along with Bazû is mentioned in an inscription of Esarhaddon
Harrow - " In modern Palestine No such instrument as our harrow exists, and it is unlikely it did in ancient times
Fuselage - Many aeroplanes have No fuselage, properly so called
Undated - ) Not dated; having No date; of unknown age; as, an undated letter
Unprepared - 1: ἀπαρασκεύαστος (Strong's #532 — Adjective — aparaskeuastos — ap-ar-ask-yoo'-as-tos ) from a, negative, and paraskeuazo (see PREPARE , B, No
Chastening - ...
No chastening for the present seemeth to be joyous but grievous
Society For Italian Immigrants - It is affiliated with No religious denomination
Trample - See TREAD , No
Ethics - God is the surety for morality, and without free will man could perform No ethical acts either good or bad; there would be No responsibility, No imputability, No virtues or vices, merit Nor guilt, No eternal reward for a life of self-sacrifice and virtue. Ethics is preeminently a practical and directive science, setting before man Not only the absolute obligation of doing good and avoiding evil, but indicating as well how he is to act if he wishes to be morally good and attain the end of his being. The establishment of the right rules of human conduct and their embodiment in everyday life then forms the primary purpose of ethics, which is generally classified as general or theoretical ethics, dealing with the nature of morality, the end of conduct, its Norm, laws, etc. Every phase of free human activity, personal, social, economic, political, and international, comes within the scope of ethics, and is regulated by the moral law and made to harmonize with right rational nature or the moral order as Divinely constituted
Morning - A — 1: πρωΐα (Strong's #4405 — Adjective — proios — pro-ee'-ah ) "early, at early morn" (from pro, "before"), is used as a Noun in the feminine form proia, "morning" in Matthew 27:1 ; John 21:4 (in some mss. in Matthew 21:18 ; John 18:28 , for B, No. Its adjectival force is retained by regarding it as qualifying the Noun hora, "an hour," i. " ...
A — 2: πρωϊνός (Strong's #4407 — Adjective — proinos — pro-ee-nos' ) a later form of No. have No. ...
A — 3: ὄρθριος (Strong's #3721 — Adjective — orthrinos | orthrios — or'-three-os ) "pertaining to dawn or morning," in some mss. in Revelation 22:16 (see No. 2); see DAWN , B, Note. ...
B — 1: πρωΐ (Strong's #4404 — Adverb — proi — pro-ee' ) "early," is translated "in the morning" in Matthew 16:3 ; 20:1 (with hama, "early"); 21:18; Mark 1:35 ; 11:20 ; 13:35 ; 15:1 "early" in Mark 16:2 (with lian, "very;" AV, "early in the morning"); 16:9; Matthew 21:18 and John 18:28 (in the best texts for A, No. ...
C — 1: ὄρθρος (Strong's #3722 — Noun Masculine — orthros — or'-thros ) denotes "daybreak, dawn," Luke 24:1 ; John 8:2 ; Acts 5:21 ; see DAWN , B
Pluck - " For the meaning, see CATCH , No. Note (2) below. See DELIVER , No. The metaphor affords No real ground for the supposition of a reference to some weakness of his sight, and certainly Not to the result of his temporary blindness at his conversion, the recovery from which must have been as complete as the infliction. There would be some reason for such an inference had the pronoun "ye" been stressed; but the stress is on the word "eyes;" their devotion prompted a readiness to part with their most treasured possession on his behalf. For Mark 2:4 see BREAK , No. 14, DIG, No. 1, Note (2). ...
Notes: (1) In Mark 5:4 , AV, diaspao, "to rend asunder" (RV), is translated "plucked asunder," said of chains. No
Question, Questioning - A — 1: ζήτησις (Strong's #2214 — Noun Feminine — zetesis — dzay'-tay-sis ) primarily "a seeking, search" (zeteo, "to seek"), for which see DISPUTATION , is used in John 3:25 ; Acts 25:20 , RV , "(being perplexed) how to inquire (concerning these things)," AV "(because I doubted of such manner) of questions," lit. ...
A — 2: ζήτημα (Strong's #2213 — Noun Neuter — zetema — dzay'-tay-mah ) synonymous with No. ...
A — 3: λόγος (Strong's #3056 — Noun Masculine — logos — log'-os ) "a word," is translated "question" in Matthew 21:24 (AV, "thing"); in Mark 11:29 (RV, marg. , "word") and Luke 20:3 , AV, "one thing:" there is No word in the original for "one," hence the RV, "a question. No. ...
Notes: (1) In Matthew 22:41 , there is No word in the original for "question. Note, above), "to discuss, dispute," is translated "to question" (or "question with or together") in Mark 1:27 ; 8:11 ; 9:10,14,16 ; 12:28 , RV (AV, "reasoning together"); Luke 22:23 , RV (AV, "inquire"); 24:15, RV (AV, "reasoned"). See DISPUTE , B, No. See ASK , A, No
Leper - He cannot enter Heaven because of his defilement which is hopeless. ...
Leviticus 13:13 (b) In this peculiar passage the leper is pronounced clean if he is entirely covered with leprosy from head to foot. No pope, Nor bishop, Nor ecclesiastical authority of any kind can decide the spiritual status of any person. Only He can know the human heart. There is No other way. CHRIST JESUS must pronounce him clean. No Catholic priest can do it, No bishop can do it, No protestant preacher can do it, No Jewish rabbi can do it
Vain, in Vain, Vainly - A — 1: κενός (Strong's #2756 — Adjective — kenos — ken-os' ) "empty," with special reference to quality, is translated "vain" (as an adjective) in Acts 4:25 ; 1 Corinthians 15:10,14 (twice); Ephesians 5:6 ; Colossians 2:8 ; James 2:20 ; in the following the neuter, kenon, follows the preposition eis, "in," and denotes "in vain," 2 Corinthians 6:1 ; Galatians 2:2 ; Philippians 2:16 (twice); 1 Thessalonians 3:5 . ...
A — 2: μάταιος (Strong's #3152 — Adjective — mataios — mat'-ah-yos ) "void of result," is used of (a) idolatrous practices, Acts 14:15 , RV, "vain things" (AV, "vanities"); (b) the thoughts of the wise, 1 Corinthians 3:20 ; (c) faith, if Christ is Not risen, 1 Corinthians 15:17 ; (d) questionings, strifes, etc. For the contrast between No. 1 and No. ...
Note: For mataiologoi, Titus 1:10 , see TALKERS (vain). ...
B — 1: ματαιόω (Strong's #3154 — Verb — mataioo — mat-ah-yo'-o ) "to make vain, or foolish," corresponding in meaning to A, No. " ...
B — 2: κενόω (Strong's #2758 — Verb — kenoo — ken-o'-o ) "to empty," corresponding to A, No. ...
C — 1: μάτην (Strong's #3155 — Adverb — maten — mat'-ane ) properly the accusative case of mate, "a fault, a folly," signifies "in vain, to No purpose," Matthew 15:9 ; Mark 7:7 . ...
C — 2: δωρεάν (Strong's #1432 — Adjective — dorean — do-reh-an' ) the accusative of dorea, "a gift," is used adverbially, denoting (a) "freely" (see FREE , D); (b) "uselessly," "in vain," Galatians 2:21 , AV (RV, "for Nought"). " ...
C — 3: εἰκῇ (Strong's #1500 — Adverb — eike — i-kay' ) denotes (a) "without cause," "vainly," Colossians 2:18 ; (b) "to No purpose," "in vain," Romans 13:4 ; Galatians 3:4 (twice); 4:11. See CAUSE , A, Note (1), under "without a cause
Hard, Harden, Hardening, Hardness - ...
B — 1: σκληρότης (Strong's #4643 — Noun Feminine — skelerotes — sklay-rot'-ace ) akin to A, No. ...
B — 2: πώρωσις (Strong's #4457 — Noun Feminine — porosis — po'-ro-sis ) denotes "a hardening," a covering with a poros, a kind of stone, indicating "a process" (from poroo, C, No. ...
Note: See also under HARDSHIP and HEART (hardness of). ...
C — 1: πωρόω (Strong's #4456 — Verb — poroo — po-ro'-o ) "to make hard, callous, to petrify" (akin to B, No. ...
C — 2: σκληρύνω (Strong's #4645 — Verb — skleruno — sklay-roo'-no ) "to make dry or hard" (akin to A, No. 1 and B, No
Renew, Renewing - A — 1: ἀνακαινόω (Strong's #341 — Verb — anakainoo — an-ak-ahee-no'-o ) "to make new" (ana, "back" or "again," kainos, "new," Not recent but different), "to renew," is used in the Passive Voice in 2 Corinthians 4:16 , of the daily renewal of "the inward man" (in contrast to the physical frame), i. , of the "renewal" of spiritual power; in Colossians 3:10 , of "the new man" (in contrast to the old unregenerate nature), which "is being renewed unto knowledge," RV (cp. No. , the true knowledge in Christ, as opposed to heretical teachings. ...
Note: This word has Not been found elsewhere in Greek writings as yet, though No. ...
A — 2: ἀνακαινίζω (Strong's #340 — Verb — anakainizo — an-ak-ahee-nid'-zo ) is a variant form of No. 1, used in Hebrews 6:6 , of the imposibility of "renewing" to repentance those Jews who professedly adhered to the Christian faith, if, after their experiences of it (not actual possession of its regenerating effects), they apostatized into their former Judaism. ...
A — 3: ἀνανεόω (Strong's #365 — Verb — ananeoo — an-an-neh-o'-o ) "to renew, make young" (ana, as in No. 1, and neos, "recent," Not different), is used in Ephesians 4:23 , "be renewed (in the spirit of your mind). " The "renewal" here mentioned is Not that of the mind itself in its natural powers of memory, judgment and perception, but "the spirit of the mind," which, under the controlling power of the indwelling Holy Spirit, directs its bent and energies Godward in the enjoyment of "fellowship with the Father and with His Son, Jesus Christ," and of the fulfillment of the will of God. ...
B — 1: ἀνακαίνωσις (Strong's #342 — Noun Feminine — anakainosis — an-ak-ah'ee-no-sis ) akin to A, No. , the adjustment of the moral and spiritual vision and thinking to the mind of God, which is designed to have a transforming effect upon the life; in Titus 3:5 , where "the renewing of the Holy Spirit" is Not a fresh bestowment of the Spirit, but a revival of His power, developing the Christian life; this passage stresses the continual operation of the indwelling Spirit of God; the Romans passage stresses the willing response on the part of the believer
Tarry - 1: μένω (Strong's #3306 — Verb — meno — men'-o ) "to abide," is translated by the verb "to abide," in the RV, for AV, "to tarry," in Matthew 26:38 ; Mark 14:34 ; Luke 24:29 ; John 4:40 ; Acts 9:43 ; 18:20 ; the RV retains the verb "to tarry" in John 21:22,23 ; in Acts 20:5 , AV, "tarried" (RV, "were waiting"). ...
2: ἐπιμένω (Strong's #1961 — Verb — epimeno — ep-ee-men'-o ) to abide, continue, a strengthened form of No. See ABIDE , No. ...
3: ὑπομένω (Strong's #5278 — Verb — hupomeno — hoop-om-en'-o ) "to endure," is rendered "tarried behind" in Luke 2:43 . See ENDURE , No. ...
4: προσμένω (Strong's #4357 — Verb — prosmeno — pros-men'-o ) "to abide still, continue," is translated "tarried" in Acts 18:18 , suggesting patience and steadfastness in remaining after the circumstances which preceded; in 1 Timothy 1:3 , RV, "to tarry" (AV, "to abide still"). See ABIDE , No. ...
5: διατρίβω (Strong's #1304 — Verb — diatribo — dee-at-ree'-bo ) for which see ABIDE , No. See DELAY , No. ...
7: βραδύνω (Strong's #1019 — Verb — braduno — brad-oo'-no ) "to be slow" (bradus, "slow"), is rendered "I tarry long," 1 Timothy 3:15 ; "is . ...
Notes: (1) In Acts 27:33 , AV, prosdokao, "to wait, look for," is translated "have tarried" (RV, "wait"). (2) In Acts 15:33 , poieo, "to make or do," is used with chronos, "time," AV, "they had tarried a space," RV, "they had spent sometime
Nothing - 1: ουδεν (Strong's #3762 — pronoun — ouden — oo-dice' ) the neuter of oudeis, "no one," occurs, e. , in Matthew 27:24 ; 2 Corinthians 12:11 (1st part), "in Nothing;" 1 Timothy 4:4 ; in the dative case, after en, "in," Philippians 1:20 . ...
2: μηδείς (Strong's #3367 — Adjective — meden — may-dice', may -dem-ee'-ah, may-den' ) the neuter of medeis, "no one," is related to No. 1, in the same way as the masculine genders are; so with the negatives ou and me, "not," in all their usage and connections (see under No MAN). Thus it is found, Not in direct negative statements, as with No. , 2 Corinthians 11:5 , "not a whit. ...
3: οὐχ (Strong's #3756 — particle — ou — oo ) "not," is translated "nothing" in Luke 8:17 ; 11:6 ; 1 Corinthians 9:16 ; 2 Corinthians 8:15 (in each case, an absolute and direct negative). ...
4: μή (Strong's #3361 — particle — me — may ) "not," is translated "nothing" in John 6:39 in a clause expressing purpose; in the AV of Luke 7:42 (RV, "not"), in a temporal clause. ti — oo ) followed by the subjunctive mood, "(have) Nothing (to eat)," lit. , "(they have) Not what (they should eat)," in Matthew 15:32 (in some mss. in Mark 6:36 ); Mark 8:2 ; the phrase conveys more stress than the simple negative (No. ti — may ) followed by the subjunctive mood, "(they had) Nothing (to eat)," RV, "(having) Nothing (to eat)," AV, lit. , "not (having) what (they should eat)," in Mark 8:1 ; the negative is me here because it is attached to a participle, "having;" whereas in No. , "not anything," Not used in simple, direct negations (see under No MAN), occurs in John 6:12 in a clause of purpose; in 1 Corinthians 4:5 , in a prohibition. ...
8: οὐδέ (Strong's #3761 5100 — Conjunction — oude ti — oo-deh' ) "not even anything," is found in 1 Timothy 6:7 (2nd part); it is a more forceful expression than the simple ouden in the 1st part of the verse, as if to say, "it is a fact that we brought Nothing into the world, and most certainly we can carry out Not even the slightest thing, whatever we may have possessed. ...
Notes: (1) For "nothing" in Luke 1:37 , AV see WORD , No. (2) In John 11:49 the double negative ouk ("not") . ouden ("nothing") is translated "nothing at all. " (3) In Acts 11:8 pan, "everything," with oudepote, "not even ever," is rendered "nothing . ever," RV, AV, "nothing . " (4) In 1 Corinthians 1:19 , AV, atheteo, "to set aside, make void, reject," is translated "I will bring to Nothing" (RV, "will I reject")
Deceit, Deceitful, Deceitfully, Deceitfulness, Deceive, Deceivableness - A — 1: ἀπάτη (Strong's #539 — Noun Feminine — apate — ap-at'-ay ) "deceit or deceitfulness" (akin to apatao, "to cheat, deceive, beguile"), that which gives a false impression, whether by appearance, statement or influence, is said of riches, Matthew 13:22 ; Mark 4:19 ; of sin, Hebrews 3:13 . The phrase in Ephesians 4:22 , "deceitful lusts," AV, "lusts of deceit," RV, signifies lusts excited by "deceit," of which "deceit" is the source of strength, Not lusts "deceitful" in themselves. ...
Note: In 2 Peter 2:13 , the most authentic texts have "revelling in their love-feasts," RV (agapais), for AV, "deceivings" (apatais). ...
A — 2: δόλος (Strong's #1388 — Noun Masculine — dolos — dol'-os ) primarily "a bait, snare;" hence, "craft, deceit, guile," is translated "deceit" in Mark 7:22 ; Romans 1:29 . ...
Notes: (1) Plane, rendered "deceit" in 1 Thessalonians 2:3 , AV, signifies wandering (cp. ...
(2) For dolioo, "to use deceit," see C, No. A, No. 2 and Note (2). ...
C — 1: ἀπατάω (Strong's #538 — Verb — apatao — ap-at-ah'-o ) "to beguile, deceive" (see A, No. 1), is used (a) of those who "deceive" "with empty words," belittling the true character of the sins mentioned, Ephesians 5:6 ; (b) of the fact that Adam was "not beguiled," 1 Timothy 2:14 , RV (cp. what is said of Eve; see No. 2 below); (c) of the "self-deceit" of him who thinks himself religious, but bridles Not his tongue, James 1:26 . ...
C — 2: ἐξαπατάω (Strong's #1818 — Verb — exapatao — ex-ap-at-ah'-o ) ek (ex), intensive, and No. , "to deceive in one's mind" (phren, "the mind," and No. ...
Note: Cp. phrenapates, No. ...
C — 4: δολιόω (Strong's #1387 — Verb — dolioo — dol-ee-o'-o ) "to lure," as by a bait (see A, No. ...
C — 5: δολόω (Strong's #1389 — Verb — doloo — dol-o'-o ) a short form of No. 4, primarily signifies "to ensnare;" hence, "to corrupt," especially by mingling the truths of the Word of God with false doctrines or Notions, and so handling it "deceitfully," 2 Corinthians 4:2 . For the difference between the words see CORRUPT , A No. ...
C — 6: πλανάω (Strong's #4105 — Verb — planao — plan-ah'-o ) akin to plane, A, Note (1) (Eng. , 1 Corinthians 6:9 ; 15:33 ; Galatians 6:7 ; James 1:16 , "be Not deceived," RV, "do Not err," AV. ...
C — 7: παραλογίζομαι (Strong's #3884 — Verb — paralogizomai — par-al-og-id'-zom-ahee ) see BEGUILE , No
Heaven - The Greek ouranos and the Hebrew shamaim , are similarly derived. It is used of the surrounding air wherein "the fowls of heaven" fly (Genesis 1:26, compare Genesis 1:20); from whence the rain and hail fall (Deuteronomy 11:11). your sky hard and yielding No rain (Luke 2:13-155). as a molten looking glass," Not solid as "firmament" would imply, whereas the "expanse" is the true meaning (Genesis 1:6; Isaiah 44:24), but phenomenally like one of the ancient mirrors made of firm molten polished metal. "The heaven of heavens" (Deuteronomy 10:14) is a Hebraism for the highest heavens. " The Bible is distinguished from the sacred books of false religions in Not having minute details of heavenly bliss such as men's curiosity would crave. ...
It is No longer merely a garden as Eden, but a heavenly "city" and garden combined, nature and art No longer mutually destructive, but enhancing each the charm of the other, individuality and society realized perfectly (Revelation 2-3, 7, 21-22). No separate temple, but the whole forming one vast "temple," finding its center in the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb, who are the temple to each and all the king-priests reigning and serving there. (Revelation 8:3), the "temple" in heaven (Revelation 11:19; Revelation 14:17; Revelation 15:5; Revelation 15:8), are preliminary to the final state when there shall be "no temple therein" (Revelation 21:22), for the whole shall be perfectly consecrated to God. ...
Negatives of present provisional conditions and evils form a large part of the subordinate description of heaven's bliss: No marriage (Luke 20:34-36), No meats for the belly (1 Corinthians 6:13), No death, No sorrow, crying, pain; No defilement, No curse, No night, No candle, No light of the sun, for the Lord God giveth them light (Revelation 21:4; Revelation 21:27; Revelation 22:3; Revelation 22:5). Heaven is Not merely a state but a place. For it is the place where Christ's glorifed body Now is; "the heaven must receive Him until the times of restitution of all things" (Acts 3:21)
Pass, Come to Pass - 1: παρέρχομαι (Strong's #3928 — Verb — parerchomai — par-er'-khom-ahee ) from para, "by," erchomai, "to come" or "go," denotes (I), literally, "to pass, pass by," (a) of persons, Matthew 8:28 ; Mark 6:48 ; Luke 18:37 ; Acts 16:8 ; (b) of things, Matthew 26:39,42 ; of time, Matthew 14:15 ; Mark 14:35 ; Acts 27:9 , AV, "past" (RV, "gone by"); 1 Peter 4:3 ; (II), metaphorically, (a) "to pass away, to perish," Matthew 5:18 ; 24:34,35 ; Mark 13:30,31 ; Luke 16:17 ; 21:32,33 ; 2 Corinthians 5:17 ; James 1:10 ; 2 Peter 3:10 ; (b) "to pass by, disregard, neglect, pass over," Luke 11:42 ; 15:29 , "transgressed. See COME , No. ...
2: διέρχομαι (Strong's #1330 — Verb — dierchomai — dee-er'-khom-ahee ) denotes "to pass through or over," (a) of persons, e. See COME , No. See DEPART , No. ...
5: ἀντιπαρέρχομαι (Strong's #492 — Verb — antiparerchomai — an-tee-par-er'-khom-ahee ) denotes "to pass by opposite to" (anti, "over against," and No. ...
6: διαβαίνω (Strong's #1224 — Verb — diabaino — dee-ab-ah'ee-no ) "to step across, cross over," is translated "to pass" in Luke 16:26 (of "passing" across the fixed gulf: for the AV in the 2nd part of the ver. , see No. " See COME , No. ...
7: μεταβαίνω (Strong's #3327 — Verb — metabaino — met-ab-ah'ee-no ) "to pass over from one place to another" (meta, implying change), is translated "we have passed out of" (AV, "from") in 1 John 3:14 , RV, as to the change from death to life. See REMOVE , No. See ABIDE , No. See DEPART , No. ...
10: παραπορεύομαι (Strong's #3899 — Verb — paraporeuomai — par-ap-or-yoo'-om-ahee ) primarily, "to go beside, accompany" (para, "beside," poreuomai, "to proceed"), denotes "to go past, pass by," Matthew 27:39 ; Mark 9:30 , "passed through" (some mss. ...
12: ὑπερβάλλω (Strong's #5235 — Verb — huperballo — hoop-er-bal'-lo ) in Ephesians 3:19 , "passeth:" see EXCEED , A, No. ...
13: ὑπερέχω (Strong's #5242 — Verb — huperecho — hoop-er-ekh'-o ) "passeth" in Philippians 4:7 : see BETTER (be), No. ...
14: διαπεράω (Strong's #1276 — Verb — diaperao — dee-ap-er-ah'-o ) "to pass over, cross over" (used in Luke 16:26,2 nd part: see No. " See COME , No. " ...
Notes: (1) Ginomai, "to become, take place," is often translated "to come to pass;" frequently in the Synoptic Gospels and Acts (note the RV of Luke 24:21 ); elsewhere in John 13:19 ; 14:22 , RV, "(what) is come to pass
Think - , Matthew 3:9 ; 6:7 ; see ACCOUNT , No. 1, SUPPOSE, No. ...
2: ἡγέομαι (Strong's #2233 — Verb — hegeomai — hayg-eh'-om-ahee ) for which see ACCOUNT , No. ...
3: νοέω (Strong's #3539 — Verb — Noeo — Noy-eh'-o ) "to perceive, understand, apprehend," is rendered "think" in Ephesians 3:20 . ...
4: ὑπονοέω (Strong's #5282 — Verb — huponeo — hoop-on-o-eh'-o ) "to suppose, surmise" (hupo, "under," and No. ...
5: λογίζομαι (Strong's #3049 — Verb — logizomai — log-id'-zom-ahee ) "to reckon," is rendered "to think," in Romans 2:3 , AV (RV, "reckonest"); 1 Corinthians 13:5 , AV, RV, "taketh (not) account of," i. , love does Not reckon up or calculatingly consider the evil done to it (something more than refraining from imputing motives); 1 Corinthians 13:11 , "I thought;" in the following, for the AV, "to think," in 2 Corinthians 3:5 , RV, "to account;" 1 Corinthians 10:2 (twice), "count;" 1 Corinthians 10:7 , "consider;" 1 Corinthians 10:11 , "reckon;" 1 Corinthians 12:6 , "account. See ACCOUNT , A, No. ...
6: νομίζω (Strong's #3543 — Verb — Nomizo — Nom-id'-zo ) to suppose, is sometimes rendered to think, e. See SUPPOSE , No. ...
7: φρονέω (Strong's #5426 — Verb — phroneo — fron-eh'-o ) "to be minded in a certain way" (phren, "the mind"), is rendered "to think," in Romans 12:3 (2nd and 3rd occurrences), RV, "not to think of himself more highly (huperphroneo, see No. 13) than he ought to think (phroneo); but so think (phroneo) as to think soberly [1];" the play on words may be expressed by a literal rendering somewhat as follows: "not to over-think beyond what it behoves him to think, but to think unto sober-thinking;" in 1 Corinthians 4:6 , some inferior texts have this verb, hence the RV, puts "go" in italics; lit. , the rule) Not beyond what things have been written. ), it is quite possible that the Apostle's meaning is "not to go beyond the terms of a teacher's commission, thinking more of himself than the character of his commission allows;" this accords with the context and the whole passage, 1 Corinthians 3:1-4:5 . See AFFECTION , B, Note (1) and list there. ...
8: οἶμαι (Strong's #3633 — Verb — oiomai | oimai — oy'-om-ahee, oy'-mahee ) "to imagine," is rendered "I suppose" in John 21:25 ; "thinking" in Philippians 1:17 , RV (Philippians 1:16 , AV, "supposing"); "let (not that man) think," James 1:7 . ...
9: φαίνω (Strong's #5316 — Verb — phaino — fah'ee-no ) in the Passive Voice, "to appear," is rendered "(what) think (ye)" in Mark 14:64 , lit. , "what does it appear to you?" See APPEAR , No. ...
11: ἀξιόω (Strong's #515 — Verb — axioo — ax-ee-o'-o ) "to regard as worthy" (axios), "to deem it suitable," is rendered "thought (not) good" in Acts 15:38 . ...
12: ἐνθυμέομαι (Strong's #1760 — Verb — enthumeomai — en-thoo-meh'-om-ahee ) "to reflect on, ponder," is used in Matthew 1:20 ; 9:4 : see No. " See No. ...
14: διά (Strong's #1223 1760 — Preposition — dienthumeomai — dee-ah' ) "to consider deeply" (dia, "through," and No. 12), is used of Peter in Acts 10:19 , in the best texts (some have No. Another suggestion is to understand it as with dianoian, mind, i. " ...
Notes: (1) In Acts 26:8 , AV, krino, "to judge, reckon," is translated "should it be thought" (RV, "is it judged"). , "unto sober thinking," the infinitive mood of the verb being used as a Noun (AV marg. No. See SOBER , B, No
Privatdocent - ) In the universities of Germany and some other European countries, a licensed teacher or lecturer having No share in the university government and dependent upon fees for remuneration
Categorical - ) Not hypothetical or relative; admitting No conditions or exceptions; declarative; absolute; positive; express; as, a categorical proposition, or answer
lo-Debar - No pasture, (2 Samuel 17:27 ), a town in Gilead Not far from Mahanaim, North of the Jabbok (9:4,5)
Mahlah - Eldest of Zelophehad's five daughters who had a possession assigned them because their father had No sons
Broche - ) Stitched; - said of a book with No cover or only a paper one
Gibeath - Another form of GIBEAH. Others judge it to be the same as Gibeah No
Uniaxial - ) Having but one optic axis, or line of No double refraction
Niger - He is there called a prophet, but we have No account of his ministry, or any of his writings
Tedious - See HINDER , No
Karaite - ) A sect of Jews who adhere closely to the letter of the Scriptures, rejecting the oral law, and allowing the Talmud No binding authority; - opposed to the Rabbinists
Apteral - ) Without lateral columns; - applied to buildings which have No series of columns along their sides, but are either prostyle or amphiprostyle, and opposed to peripteral
Anonym - ) One who is anonymous; also sometimes used for "pseudonym. ) A Notion which has No name, or which can Not be expressed by a single English word
Nullius - (Latin: of No; diocese understood) ...
Term occurring in such phrases as abbey nullius, prelature nullius to indicate that the abbey or prelature is Not attached to a particular diocese administration
Admiration - This word in AV [1] means No more than wonder , as Revelation 17:6 ‘I wondered with great admiration’ (RV Harmon - Amos 4:3 (RV [1] ; AV Walk-Over - ) In racing, the going over a course by a horse which has No competitor for the prize; hence, colloquially, a one-sided contest; an uncontested, or an easy, victory
Amminadib - In the margin "my willing people" is read, which translation is preferred by others, and it is probable that No proper name is alluded to
Mesech - The Hebrew is the same as MESHECH:see No
Castaway - Rejected useless of No value
Mess - 1: βρῶσις (Strong's #1035 — Noun Feminine — brosis — bro'-sis ) "eating, food," is translated "mess of meat" in Hebrews 12:16 , RV (AV, "morsel of meat"). See FOOD , MEAT , No
Unquestioned - ) Not interrogated; having No questions asked; Not examined or examined into. ) Indisputable; Not to be opposed or impugned. ) Not called in question; Not doubted
Mutual - * Note: This is the AV rendering of the phrase en allelois in Romans 1:12 , translated in the RV, "each of us by the other's (faith). " See OTHER , No
Dead Sea - Although 6,500,000 tons of fresh water pour into it every day, there is No outlet, the excess water being taken off by evaporation, and the water is so salt that No organic life can exist in it. In the Old Testament it is called "sea of the wilderness" (Joshua 1:3); "east sea" (Joel 2; Zachariah 14); "salt sea" (Genesis 14); and "sea of the desert" (Deuteronomy 3)
Joan, Popess - 1250,but there is No vacant space in the line of popes in which she could be placed, and there are No grounds to support the claim that she existed. The "Liber Pontificalis" does Not mention her, and her picture is Not included among the papal portraits
Raiment - * Notes: (1) For himation, rendered "raiment" in Matthew 17:2 , AV (RV, "garments"), so Matthew 27:31 ; Mark 9:3 ; Luke 23:34 ; John 19:24 ; Acts 22:20 ; Revelation 3:5,18 ; 4:4 ; AV and RV, Acts 18:6 , see CLOTHING , No. (2) For skepasma, "a covering," rendered "raiment" in 1 Timothy 6:8 , AV, see COVER , B, No
Partner - 1: κοινωνός (Strong's #2844 — Noun Masculine — koinonos — koy-no-nos' ) an adjective, signifying "having in common" (koinos), is used as a Noun, "partners" in Luke 5:10 , "partner" in 2 Corinthians 8:23 ; Philemon 1:17 (in spiritual life and business). See COMMUNION , B, COMPANION , No. ...
2: μέτοχος (Strong's #3353 — Adjective — metochos — met'-okh-os ) an adjective, signifying "having with, sharing," is used as a Noun, "partners" in Luke 5:7 . ...
Note: Koinonos stresses the fact of having something in common, metochos, "the fact of sharing;" the latter is less thorough in effect than the former
Catholic - Denotes any thing that is universal or general. The Romish church Now distinguished itself by Catholic in opposition to all who have separated from her communion, and whom she considers as heretics and schismatics, and herself only as the true and Christian church. In the strict sense of the word, there is No Catholic church in being; that is, No universal Christian communion
Three Taverns, - (Acts 28:15 ) The distances, reckoning southward from Rome are given as follows in the Antonine Itinerary: "to Aricia, 16 miles; to Three Taverns, 17 miles; to Appii Forum, 10 miles;" and, comparing this with what is still observed along the line of road, we have No difficulty in coming to the conclusion that "Three Taverns" was near the modern Cisterna . There is No doubt that "Three Taverns" was a frequent meeting-place of travellers
Temptation - So it is often with us when we are Not specially tempted to overt sin, we are the more in danger through slothful ease. I think it was Ralph Erskine who said, 'There is No devil so bad as No devil
Elymais - In 1Ma 6:1 , according to the common reading, which is adopted by the AV Widow - Because of this she denies that she is like a widow, who has No support, No one to love her, Nor care for her
Moon - It has No light of its own, but reflects beautifully the light of the sun. We have No light of our own, but reflect the light of the Son of GOD
Gileadites - Not used strictly for the descendants of one man. Numbers 26:29 refers to the descendants of Manasseh (No. 1, above) and Judges 11:1,40 ; Judges 12:7 to No
Ungodly - He has No faith in GOD, and may be rebellious toward GOD. He may be quite religious in his outward actions, and yet have No knowledge personally of JESUS CHRIST
Sink - Psalm 69:2 (b) This is a Messianic Psalm about the Saviour, but No doubt it also expresses David's feelings about himself when he was in deep trouble. There was None to help in the time of need, and there seemed to be No bottom to the depths of sorrow
Bewitch - 1: βασκαίνω (Strong's #940 — Verb — baskaino — bas-kah'ee-no ) primarily, "to slander, to prate about anyone;" then "to bring evil on a person by feigned praise, or mislead by an evil eye, and so to charm, bewitch" (Eng. ...
2: ἐξίστημι (Strong's #1839 — Verb — existemi — ex-is'-tay-mee ) is rendered "bewitch" in Acts 8:9,11 , AV, concerning Simon the sorcerer; it does Not mean "to bewitch," as in the case of the preceding verb, but "to confuse, amaze" (RV). No
Inner - 1: ἔσω (Strong's #2080 — Adverb — eso — es'-o ) an adverb connected with eis, "into," is translated "inner" in the AV of Ephesians 3:16 (RV, "inward"); after verbs of motion, it denotes "into," Mark 15:16 ; after verbs of rest, "within. ...
2: ἐσώτερος (Strong's #2082 — Adjective — esoteros — es-o'-ter-os ) the comparative degree of No. 1, denotes "inner," Acts 16:24 (of a prison); Hebrews 6:19 , with the article, and practically as a Noun, "that which is within (the veil)," lit. ...
Note: For "inner chamber(s)" see CHAMBER , No
Low, Low - A — 1: ταπεινόω (Strong's #5013 — Verb — tapeinoo — tap-i-no'-o ) "to bring low, to humble," is translated "shall be brought low" in Luke 3:5 . ...
B — 1: ταπεινός (Strong's #5011 — Adjective — tapeinos — tap-i-nos' ) denotes "of low degree or estate," Romans 12:16 , "things that are lowly," RV (AV, "men of low estate"). ...
C — 1: ταπείνωσις (Strong's #5014 — Noun Feminine — tapeinosis — tap-i'-no-sis ) "abasement, humiliation, low estate," is translated "low estate" in Luke 1:48 ; in James 1:10 , "that he is made low," lit
Nic'Olas - There is No reason except the simplicity of name for identifying Nicolas with the sect of Nicolaitans which our Lord denounces, for the traditions on the subject are of No value
Ward - 1: φυλακή (Strong's #5438 — Noun Feminine — phulake — foo-lak-ay' ) "a guard," is used of the place where persons are kept under guard (akin to phulax, "a keeper"), and translated "ward" in Acts 12:10 . See CAGE , HOLD (Noun), IMPRISONMENT, PRISON , WATCH. ...
2: τήρησις (Strong's #5084 — Noun Feminine — teresis — tay'-ray-sis ) primarily denotes "a watching" (tereo, "to watch"); hence "imprisonment, ward," Acts 4:3 (AV, "hold"); 5:18, RV, "(public) ward" [1]. See HOLD (Noun), KEEPING , B, PRISON. ...
Note: For "were kept in ward," Galatians 3:23 , see GUARD , B, No. 3, KEEP, No
Wander - A — 1: πλανάω (Strong's #4105 — Verb — planao — plan-ah'-o ) for which see DECEIT , C, No. " ...
Note: In the AV of 1 Timothy 5:13 ; Hebrews 11:37 , perierchomai, "to go about or around," is translated "to wander about. " See GO , No. ...
B — 1: πλανήτης (Strong's #4107 — Noun Masculine — planetes — plan-ay'-tace ) "a wanderer" (Eng
Anarchy - ) Absence of government; the state of society where there is No law or supreme power; a state of lawlessness; political confusion
Rabble - * For RABBLE see COURT , No
Ascians - ) Persons who, at certain times of the year, have No shadow at Noon; - applied to the inhabitants of the torrid zone, who have, twice a year, a vertical sun
Archaism - ) An ancient, antiquated, or old-fashioned, word, expression, or idiom; a word or form of speech No longer in common use
Headless - ) Having No head; beheaded; as, a headless body, neck, or carcass
Disinterested - ) Not influenced by regard to personal interest or advantage; free from selfish motive; having No relation of interest or feeling; Not biased or prejudiced; as, a disinterested decision or judge
Voidable - ) Capable of being avoided, or of being adjudged void, invalid, and of No force; capable of being either avoided or confirmed
Timeless - ) Having No end; interminable; unending
i'Ram - No identification of him has been found
Inflicted - * Note: This is inserted in 2 Corinthians 2:6 to complete the sentence; there is No corresponding word in the original, which lit
Interposed - See CONFIRM , No
Clement - Otherwise, No more information about him is available
Substance - 1: οὐσία (Strong's #3776 — Noun Feminine — ouisia — oo-see'-ah ) derived from a present participial form of eimi, "to be," denotes "substance, property," Luke 15:12,13 , RV, "substance," AV, "goods" and "substance. " ...
2: ὑπάρχοντα (Strong's #5224 — Verb — huparchonta — hoop-ar'-khon-tah ) the neuter plural of the present participle of huparcho, "to be in existence," is used as a Noun with the article, signifying one's "goods," and translated "substance" in Luke 8:3 . See GOODS , POSSESS , A, No. ...
3: ὕπαρξις (Strong's #5223 — Noun Feminine — huparxis — hoop'-arx-is ) existence (akin to No. 2), possession: see POSSESS , B, No. ...
4: ὑπόστασις (Strong's #5287 — Noun Feminine — hupostasis — hoop-os'-tas-is ) for which see CONFIDENCE , A No. The AV, "person" is an anachronism; the word was Not so rendered till the 4th cent. , "the giving substance to," AV, "substance," something that could Not equally be expressed by elpis, "hope
Revile, Reviling, Reviler - A — 1: λοιδορέω (Strong's #3058 — Verb — loidoreo — loy-dor-eh'-o ) denotes "to abuse, revile," John 9:28 ; Acts 23:4 ; 1 Corinthians 4:12 ; 1 Peter 2:23 (1st clause). ...
A — 3: βλασφημέω (Strong's #987 — Verb — blasphemeo — blas-fay-meh'-o ) "to speak profanely, rail at," is translated "reviled" in Matthew 27:39 , AV (RV, "railed on"); Luke 22:65 , RV, "reviling" (AV, "blasphemously") ...
A — 4: ἀντιλοιδορέω (Strong's #486 — Verb — antiloidoreo — an-tee-loy-dor-eh'-o ) "to revile back or again" (anti, and No. ...
Note: For epereazo, 1 Peter 3:16 , RV, "revile," see ACCUSE , B, No. ...
B — 1: λοίδορος (Strong's #3060 — Noun Masculine — loidoros — loy'-dor-os ) akin to A, No. 1, "abusive, railing, reviling," is used as a Noun, 1 Corinthians 5:11 , RV, "a reviler" (AV "a railer"); 1 Corinthians 6:10 , "revilers. ...
C — 1: λοιδορία (Strong's #3059 — Noun Feminine — loidoria — loy-dor-ee'-ah ) akin to A, No
Experience: Boasting of Its Depth - The well-sinkers dug through mud, and clay, and stone, but found No water; here was the deep experience of the corruptionist, all earth and No living spring, the filth revealed but Not removed, the leper discovered but Not healed. Another hundred feet of hard digging deep in the dark, but No water: still deeper experience. Then a third hundred feet, and still dirt, but No crystal: the very finest grade of your deeply experimental professor, who ridicules the joys of faith, as being of the flesh and presumptuous
Praise - An acknowledgment made of the excellency or perfection of any person or action, with a commendation of the same. To be entirely destitute of this passion betokens an ignoble mind, on which No moral impression is easily made; for where there is No desire of praise, there will also be No sense of reproach; but while it is admitted to be a natural and in many respects an useful principle of action, we are to observe that it is entitled to No more than our secondary regard. It has its boundary set, by transgressing which, it is at once transformed from an innocent into a most dangerous passion
Talk - A — 1: λόγος (Strong's #3056 — Noun Masculine — logos — log'-os ) "a word," is translated "talk" in Matthew 22:15 ; Mark 12:13 . ...
A — 2: λῆρος (Strong's #3026 — Noun Masculine — leros — lay'-ros ) denotes "foolish talk, Nonsense," Luke 24:11 , RV, "idle talk" (AV, "idle tales"). See COMMUNE , Note, SAY , No. 1, Note, and No. See CONFER , No. See COMMUNE , No. ...
B — 4: συνομιλέω (Strong's #4926 — Verb — sunomileo — soon-om-il-eh'-o ) "to converse, talk with," occurs in Acts 10:27
Atroth - Shophall is appended to the name, and No comma should separate it from Atroth, to distinguish it from the neighboring Ataroth
Particular And Particularly - * For PARTICULAR and PARTICULARLY see EVERY , No. 3, SEVERALLY ...
Note: In Acts 21:19 , for the AV "particularly" the RV has "one by one," translating the phrase
Several - ...
Note: For Revelation 21:21 , "the several gates," RV, see EVERY , No
Refined - See BURN , No
Congo Group - A group of artificial dyes with an affinity for vegetable fibers, so that No mordant is required
Tow - No one can harden himself against GOD and prosper
Ungeld - ) A person so far out of the protection of the law, that if he were murdered, No geld, or fine, should be paid, or composition made by him that killed him
Officious - ) Importunately interposing services; intermeddling in affairs in which one has No concern; meddlesome
Unlimited - ) Undefined; indefinite; Not bounded by proper exceptions; as, unlimited terms. ) Not limited; having No bounds; boundless; as, an unlimited expanse of ocean. ) Unconfined; Not restrained; unrestricted
Adamites - sects reputed to have professed the attainment of a perfect innocence, so that they wore No clothes in their assemblies
Bite - 1: δάκνω (Strong's #1143 — Verb — dakno — dak'-no ) "to bite," in Galatians 5:15 , "if ye bite and devour one another," is used metaphorically of wounding the soul, or rendering with reproaches
Wrongfully - ...
Note: For "exact wrongfully," Luke 3:14 , RV, see ACCUSE , B, No
Perceive - 1: γινώσκω (Strong's #1097 — Verb — ginosko — ghin-oce'-ko ) "to know by experience and observation," is translated "to perceive" in Matthew 12:15 , RV (AV, "knew"); Matthew 16:8 ; 21:45 ; 22:18 ; 26:10 , RV, (AV, "understood"); Mark 8:17 ; 12:12 ; 15:10 , RV (AV, "knew"); so Luke 9:11 ; 18:34 ; in Luke 7:39 , RV (AV, "known"); Luke 20:19 (cp. No. 23); John 6:15 ; 8:27 , RV (AV, "understood"); John 16:19 , RV (AV, "knew"); Acts 23:6 ; Galatians 2:9 ; in 1 John 3:16 , AV, "perceive" (RV, "know," perfect tense, lit. , "we have perceived," and therefore "know"). See KNOW. ...
2: ἐπιγινώσκω (Strong's #1921 — Verb — epiginosko — ep-ig-in-oce'-ko ) a strengthened form of No. 1, "to gain a full knowledge of, to become fully acquainted with," is translated "to perceive" in Mark 5:30 , RV (AV, "Knowing"); Luke 1:22 ; 5:22 ; Acts 19:34 , RV (AV, "knew"). See ACKNOWLEDGE , KNOW. ...
3: ὁράω (Strong's #3708 — Verb — eidon — hor-ah'-o ) (akin to oida, "to know"), an aorist form used to supply that tense of horao, "to see," is translated "to perceive" in Matthew 13:14 ; Mark 4:12 ; Acts 28:26 ; in