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STR_GREK

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G
REEK
D
ICTIONARY OFTHE
N
EW
T
ESTAMENT
by James Strong
 
2
A
A a
, —
 
al'-fah
; of Hebrew origin; the first letter of the alphabet;figurative only (from its use as a numeral) the
first 
: — Alpha.Often used (usually
ajn
 
an
, before a vowel) also in composition(as a contraction from
(
a]neu
,)) in the sense of 
privation
;so in many words beginning with this letter; occasionally in thesense of 
union
(as a contraction of 
(
a[ma
)).
∆Aarw>n
, —
 
ah-ar-ohn' 
; of Hebrew origin [
Hebrew{175}
('Aharown)];
Aaron
, the brother of Moses: — Aaron.
∆Abaddw>n
, —
 
ab-ad-dohn' 
; of Hebrew origin [
Hebrew{11}
('abaddown)]; a destroying
angel
: — Abaddon.
ajbarh>v,
ab-ar-ace' 
; from
(
a
) (as a negative particle) and
(
ba>rov
);
weightless
, i.e. (figurative)
not burdensome
: — frombeing burdensome.
∆Abba~
, —
 
ab-bah' 
; of Chaldee origin [
Hebrew{2}
 ('ab (Chaldee))];
father 
(as a vocative): — Abba.
&Abel
, —
 
ab'-el
; of Hebrew origin [
Hebrew{1893}
 (Hebel)];
Abel
,the son of Adam: — Abel.
∆Abia>
, —
 
ab-ee-ah' 
; of Hebrew origin [
Hebrew{29}
 ('Abiyah)];
Abijah
, the name of two Israelites: — Abia.
∆Abia>qar
, —
 
ab-ee-ath'-ar 
; of Hebrew origin [
Hebrew{54}
('Ebyathar)];
Abiathar 
, an Israelite: — Abiathar.
∆Abilhnh>
, —
 
ab-ee-lay-nay' 
; of foreign origin [compare
Hebrew{58}
('abel)];
Abilene
, a region of Syria: — Abilene.
∆Abiou>d
, —
 
ab-ee-ood' 
; of Hebrew origin [
Hebrew{31}
('Abiyhuwd)];
Abihud 
, an Israelite: — Abiud.
 
3
∆Abraa>m
, —
 
ab-rah-am' 
; of Hebrew origin [
Hebrew{85}
('Abraham)];
Abraham
, the Hebrew patriarch: — Abraham. [InActs 7:16 the text should probably read
Jacob
.]
a]bussov,
ab'-us-sos
; from
(
a
) (as a negative particle) and avariation of 
(
buqo>v
);
depthless
, i.e. (special) (infernal)
abyss
”: — deep, (bottomless) pit.
&Agabov,
ag’-ab-os
; of Hebrew origin [compare
Hebrew{2285}
(Chagab)];
Agabus
, an Israelite: — Agabus.
ajgaqoerge>w
, —
 
ag-ath-er-gheh’-o
; from
(
ajgaqo>v
) and
(
e]rgon
); to
work good 
: — do good.
ajgaqopoie>w
, —
 
ag-ath-op-oy-eh’-o
; from
(
ajgaqopoio>v
);to
be a well-doer 
(as a favor or a duty): — (when) do good(well).
ajgaqopoii`>a
, —
 
ag-ath-op-oy-ee’-ah
; from
(
ajgaqopoio>v
);
well-doing
, i.e.
virtue
: — well-doing.
ajgaqopoio>v,
ag-ath-op-oy-os’
; from
(
ajgaqo>v
) and
(
poie>w
); a
well-doer 
, i.e.
virtuous
: — them that do well.
ajgaqo>v,
ag-ath-os’
; a primary word; “
good 
” (in any sense, oftenas noun): — benefit, good (-s, things), well. Compare
(
kalo>v
).
ajgaqwsu>nh
, —
 
ag-ath-o-soo’-nay
; from
(
ajgaqo>v
);
goodness
, i.e.
virtue
or
beneficence
: — goodness.
ajgalli>asiv,
ag-al-lee’-as-is
; from
(
ajgallia>w
);
exultation
; specially
welcome
: — gladness, (exceeding) joy.
ajgallia>w
, —
 
ag-al-lee-ah’-o
; from
a]gan
(
much
) and
(
a[llomai
); properly to
jump for joy
, i.e.
exult 
: — be(exceeding) glad, with exceeding joy, rejoice (greatly).
a]gamov,
ag’-am-os
; from
(
a
) (as a negative particle) and
(
ga>mov
);
unmarried 
: — unmarried.

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