.

S,

VI57

CLAVIS SYEIACA.

:

CTambtiljge

PRINTED BY

C. J.

CLAY, M.A. & SON,

AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS.

CLAVIS SYRIACA:
A KEY TO THE

ANCIENT SYRIAC VERSION,

CALLED "PESHITO;
OF THE FOUR HOLY GOSPELS.

REV.

HENRY

F.^WHISH,

M.A.,

CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGK, CAMBRIDGE.

LONDON: GEORGE BELL AND
CAMBRIDGE
:

SONS.
CO.

DEIGHTON, BELL AND
1883

THE EIGHT EEVEREND FATHER

IN

GOD

RICHARD
LORD BISHOP OF CHICHESTER

THIS VOLUME
DESIGNED TO ELUCIDATE THE VENERABLE AND ANCIENT SYRIAC
(PESHITO) VERSION OF

THE FOUR HOLY GOSPELS
IS

WITH HIS LORDSHIP'S PERMISSION
MOST RESPECTFULLY AND DUTIFULLY
INSCRIBED

BY THE AUTHOR.

PEEFACE.
Little need be said in the way of introduction
following
to

the

Work, which
its

in
:

answering to

its

title

sufficiently

explains

own

object

viz. to

furnish a complete analysis of
it exists

the text of the Four Gospels, as

in that ancient

and

venerable Syriac Version of the
called Peshito
loses

New
fact,

Testament, commonly
:

i.

e.

the simple, or

literal

—a

Version Avhich

nothing of
it

its

value from the

that whereas for a long

time

was regarded as the most ancient, the researches of
have brought to light a MS. of the Gospels in

later years

Syriac, supposed to- be at least as ancient as the

Old Latin,

and which

is

now

in the British
I
:

Museum.

The plan which
following pages
1.

have endeavoured to carry out in the

is this

—To give

The Syriac word, as it stands in the text. 2. The English rendering, according to the Authorized Version, with a more literal translation where it seems necessary. 3. The corresponding Greek word, or words, preceded,

where not
4.

strictly literal,

by the abbreviation Gr.

The parsing

of the word, with all its various forms, as

occurring in the Gospels, or in other parts of the

New Testament,

with references.

As a
or

rule, I

have not thought

it

necessary to give the affixed

forms, except where the simple form does not otherwise occur,

where the
5.

affix

seems to present any
traced
cases
to

peculiarity.

The derived forms
this

their

respective Roots.

Under

head are

in

some

added derivatives from verbs
in the Gospels, often

and nouns, which, although not occurring

serve to illustrate the meaninsr of the orifjinal Root.

11

PREFACE.
6.

The analogous,
(a)

or cognate, form,

where such

exists,

In Hebrew, with reference (except in a few very

common
(6)

words) to one or more familiar passages in

the Old Testament.

In Chaldee, with similar, but

fuller,

references to the

Books of Daniel and Ezra.
7.

A

literal translation of

such passages as deviate in any

remarkable degree from the Original, whether in grammatical
construction, or in the actual reading of the text.
Syi'iac Version, thus deviating

Where the

from the Keceived Text, agrees

with one or more of the most ancient Greek MSS., such agree-

ment

is

noted: the

MSS.

referred

to

being principally the

Sinaitic, the Vatican,

and the Alexandrine.
to the

I have

appended a complete Index

whole Work,

b}*

reference to which the Student will readily find every word

including every conjugation of the Verb

— where

it first

occurs,

and where
placed

it is

fully explained.
this Clavis, the

In the arrangement of
first

Gospel of

S.

John

is

in

order;

since,
is
:

as

in

Greek, so in Syriac,

its

language and construction
difficulties to

the simplest, and presents fewer

the beginner

and by

this plan, the Gospel of S.

Luke, which

is

the most
I

difficult,

stands last
is

The Text which
Bagster,

have followed

that published by

Mr
of

and bound up with Gutbir's Lexicon. Although designed, in the first instance,

for

the use

beginners, this

Work
;

does not profess to be, in the strictest

sense, elementary

it

being taken for granted that the student
is

has mastered at least the Elements of Syriac Grammar, and

acquainted with the forms of Nouns and Adjectives, Paradigms
of Verbs, &c.

are those of

The Grammars to which I have occasionally referred Dr Phillips, President of Queens' College, Cambridge
There
is

(Deighton, Bell and Co.), and B. Harris Cowper, Esq. (Williams

and Norgate).

also a very useful little

fixed to the "Syriac

Reading Lessons," published

Grammar preby Mr Bagster,

PREFACE.
1

iii

take this opportunity of expressing

my

great obligation to

the Rev. J. Sandford Bailey, for his kind counsel and invaluable
assistance while this

work was preparing

for the press

:

—to

the

Very Rev. the Dean of Canterbury,
allowing

for his great

kindness in

me

to

submit the MS. to his inspection; and to

my

revered Diocesan, the Lord Bishop of Chichester, for the high

honour he has done
to him.
It is

me in

permitting

me

to dedicate these pages

my

earnest hope that

my

work may prove not
I shall feel that

altogether unworthy of such patronage.
object has been fully attained,

my

and the labour of many years
of encouraging
:

well spent,
to those

if it

should be the means of affording some assistance

who have begun, and perhaps
itself to all,

many

to

begin, the study of the Syriac

Language

— a Language
own
intrinsic

which
beauty

must commend
and sweetness
Hebrew,

not only for

its

(the very Italian of the Semitic family),

and the

ease with which, especially with a previous acquaintance with
it

may

be acquired

;

— but

chiefly as being, in all pro-

God Manifest in the Flesh,—the Language in which His "Gracious Words" were uttered. His Sermon on the Mount, His Parables, His Words of
bability, the native

Tongue

of the

Son

of

love, reproof,

and warning

;

—the Language which gave expression

to

His

last

Cry on the

Cross,

HENRY
BiaOHTON,

F.

WHISH.

June 22, 1B83.

ERRATA.
Page
3, line

14, for ^j read
16, for

,_».

21, 88,


^oALd

^

read

^oASd

^.

4 from the bottom, for ''quadrilateral," read "quadriliteral."

90,

4,

for

]-^ read ]i^.
TZdoj read fAsoj.
"jlo^, lioi, read
read ^Aj").

101 (Chap.

V. 2), for

103, lines 21, 22, for

^ot^,

\io].

134, line 13, for 145,

^Aj]


„ „ „

y

13, for
5,

05yjv»AkA read o5^jv>AV)\.

149, 163, 175,
183, 199, 240, 262, 310, 322,

for ^].-»^AJ5 read ^1_k»Z!j>.

4 from the bottom, for A .]\
12, for (JL1,55 read 0TA5j.
5,
1,

rnn read A

.]">

mn

for for

oU

read 0^|.
read


UQ-4-r4^T

U^'^l7

14, for

"Editors" read "Editions".

23, for »d5Q-k» read »d5q_»«j.
x
y
__

-x


3 from the bottom, for
6,

^.010^0;^

read

-

.rnnniin'-^

for

];m S^k.

read Ivms,-K».

386, 387, top of page, for
.

"Matthew" read "Mark".
read

391, line 15, for
480,

4,

]ni^.

]A ^^
.

,

for "IjJOlb

read ")j>a£D.

CLAVIS.

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO
S.
AajjOj,
1;.d1o
^^sLLDJ

JOHN.
^_l_K.a_.5

"jlOj^

"IZolOj^

l*_.pO

^ \ ^o]
I

The Holy Gospel,

the Preaching of John the Preacher, which he spoke and preached in Greek at Ephesus.

CHAPTER
(^pjlsLO, a chapter
Ver.

I.

1.

A

.

m v.^

ill

the

— bejinning —

fi'om the Gr. Kct^aXaiovA

iu

dpxv-

— —

*0 inseparable
A-l_*.j3
I

preposition.
fern,

noun
m
X

denom.

from ,_«^5,
X
a-rr

/lead.

—A
cli.

beginning.

^-iD

A

>

^if^

from
S.

the beginning^
x. 6
Jirst,

apxy's,

viii.

44

:

S.

Matt.

xix. 4,
iii.

8;

Mark
The
1

Def. ]h

i

J,
X

the beginning,
First-fruits, S.

Hebr.

14;
18.

vii. 3.

Acts xxvi.
^

23.

James

i.

PI.

def.

A

.

»

A
i.

Hebr.
1.

vii.

4 (Gr. Ik nZv aKpoOivtwv).

Heb. n^t^SI

<^en.


W.

loan

^OIoAjI ivas—^v

— A^l

,

is

;

properly a primitive and in-

declinable
C.

noun signifying "existence, being".

With

pi. suilixes,

1

;

2
Ver.

s.

JOHN

1.

1,

±
verb, as .-»01oA_»], he
is,

K

it

forms the

pres. tense of the subst.
:

^OT_iA_»|, they are, &c.

the imperf. tense being expressed by the

addition of (COl, OOCn,
affix is often

itc.

lu the 3rd

pers. of

both numbers the

omitted; as (001 A^j he was, OOOl Aj(, they were.

A_»

(

followed by the dative expresses the verb " to liave"
j,

as

.

t.\ Zl»(, / have, Lat. Est mihi; *^X A_»

thou hast, ch.

iv. 11.

Similarly

is

used t

>

\
7

-

A_.l

^0

(J

,

is not.

fA\k3

the

Word— 6

Ao'yos— Def

of

U^

(S.

Matt.

iv. 4,

etc.)

noun

A

fem. (hei'e masc. in sense, and therefore joined with a masc. verb), word, speech, or thing, cause, reason (as Heb. ^H*!)^^
T T
>

\So,

def.

fllib,

ch.

iii.

34.— Constr. (5^

-

»

^^,

ihe icords

of truth. Acts xxvi.

25.

Root

^Ld

Pa. ^'5^1^, spoke.
(as "li"!),
ii.

Heb. n7;!3, Ps.
Chald.
T

xix. 5.

Thing

Job
Def.

xxxii.

11.—
,

n^/p

(for

^12)

word, Dan.
ii.

9^

'

nn'?/p

^^nd

}^rixtt> ver. 5, 15.
; '

Thhig,

5, 8,

etc.


0010

pei's.

pron.

3. sing.

and.

It expresses here the force of the Gi\ art.

masc. prefixed with the copidative conj. O, Pi. masc. o.

Ux^
(S.

with

TT/jo's

— Preposition.
tfec.

With

affixes,
to,

w_»ZQ_ik, vnth me,

^Q_^, with
Matt.
vi.

us,

Also signifying

towards, at the hands of

1).— loX

^,from; OlZo^
of cn..^,

^, from
viii.

Him,

ch.

vii.

29, below.

IcTl^

GOD

— Tw

0£oV

— Def.
;

Rev.

2;

xxii.

9,

according to

De Dieu
N.T

Others read the def. form, as here and
j2.cn__^, the Goddess,

elsewhere in the

Fem. def

Acts

xix.

27

:

with

aff.

ver.

37.— PI.
P«1.

masc. def |^.l^, ch.

x. 34, 35,
ii.

below.
Def.

Heb.
T T
•••;'

niSwS*,
20.

22.— Chald. hSx, Dan. ^"
ver.

18.

iSn\s*, vor.
2.

PI. I^n'-'N*
I

11.

.

T v;'

pon

tJiis,

the
,

same

ovro<;

— Demonstr.

pron.

masc.

sing.

PI.

masc.

_j--^C7I

these, those.

:

;

S.

JOHN

I.

3.

3
entirety,
loe all,

Ver,

3.

^\l3 all, all things

— ravra— Properly a noun masc. denoting
With
affixes,

universality, but used adjectively.

,-^,
7

alio/ us; noun, the

^n\n
affix

all of ynu, etc. When referring to a following agrees with that noun, and is pleonastic ; as
,

(klL

01^,

all {of it) thei^eople.

Heb. and Chald. 73, -73, of frequent

use.

on,_if^

hy His hand,

i.e.

hy

Him— Gr.
first
7

BC

avTov—Bet
is

(with prefixed

preposition, to

which the
,_,,

vowel
fern.
vii.

remitted,

— and

affixed

pron.

3.

smg. masc.) of
Def.

noun
(S.

The hand, seldom occur32) the hand, also power,
S.

ring as a noun.

Y^]

Mar.

dominion.— Tl

(of masc. form)
S.

^r-.]
X

,

Mar.

ix.

43

;

Col.

ii.

11.— Def. t^l,
fj

John

vii.

30,

U.
f*-^, hy, hy

with pref s^,
J^ *7\
T

\^
^^
-

is

used as a preposition,

means of. Heb.

\^,

at,

near, hy the side, shore, of.
def.

Chald.

^'^\ Dan.
T

v. 5, 24.

(ocn

was, was made, came into existence
verb, pret.
3.

— eyeVcro— The
Matt. xxvi. 35

Substantive

sing.
ii.

— Fut.
13;
pi,

loTU,
OOOl,
S.

S.

Imperat.

wiOOl,
Inf.

S.

Matt.

v.

48
iii.

:

S.

Luke
27
;

xii. 36,

40

with pref

^, loTlV?\,

John

9

;

ix.

S.

Matt. xix.
xii.

21
xiii.

Part, "iooi, S.

Mark

iv.

28.

Fern. UoCTl, S. Matt.

45;

22; S.

Mark
Luke

iv. 19,

32.— PI.

masc. ^ocfl, S. Matt. xiv. 21
S.

XV. 38 ; S. XX. 34, 35.

ix.

14.

—Fern. ^CCTl, ^

Mar.

xii.

25

;

S.

Luke

For the complete paradigm of this verb, see Phillips's Gram. §33. Added to the participle or preterite of verbs, it forms their imperfect and pluperfect tense respectively, and the two words
coalesce, 01 taking the linea occidtans.

Thus

:

Imperf ]ocn
Pluperf
"looi
it

^^iD

(Kotelvo) he was killing.
killed.

^^^jD (K'talvo) he had
its

Similarly,

forms

own

tenses

;

as,

Imi)erf. jocn JOCH (hovcvo) he was.

4
Ver.

S.

JOHN

I.

3, 4.

3.

Pluperf. loCTl "jooi (h'vovo) he

had

been.

some cases we find the phiperf, and vice A^ersa. Heb. n\n. chaid. nn.
in
TT
T-;

Yet

iraperf.

with the force of a

.^OIO,

S\n

without

Him —x'^P'-'^

avTov

— .v \*^ (Rom.

vii.

8

;

Philem.

ver. 14) prep. Without, besides. Followed S. Lnke xxii. 6.^ Takes affixes as a pi.

by _1d, S. Matt. x. 29; noun, as here 3. masc.
Hebr.
xii.

So (TLj,S\0, without
14;

it (sc.

jZ.Q_«_«,-0, fern, holiness),

-

>,.,S\n, without us, Hebr. xi. 40.
aff.

Heb. nj;S^, with

HJ^Ss, "^nj^S!!, Gen.
*7J^

xli.

16, 44.

Comp.

of

73^

not,

and

^J^

until.

Compare

^*1J^75

always with

pref.

— — — —

(laj"
|r-K»

7iot,

not even

— ov8e — Comp. of
of
,_k»

p^

Hy'/!!^,

Ps.' xviii. 32.

x^i]"

,

also,

and

jj not.

one-

— €v— Fem.

(ver. 40)

where see

note.

One, a certain

one

{TL<i).

Zooi
i>0,LD

ivas

eyeVcTo

— Pret.

3.

sing. fem.

of joon.

See note above.

The point over L marks the feminine gender.
something, anything

— Indeclinable.
]J
|J

Followed, as here, by

5

that which, whatsoever.

It forms phi'ases: as I>OrlD i>0,lD various,

Acts
S.

xxi. 34;
V.

Matt.

— iO,lD and 13 — iO^sD ^uD,
:

'>0^,

nothing, S.

John

xvi.

23;

all,

lohatsoever, S.

John

xvi. 23:
iii.

iOjlD

Vt'S.O,

in every way, Gr. Kara Travra rpoTrov,

Rom.

2.
'


4.

|Oai> that which was, existed o yiyovev before a vowelless consonant.

5,

relative pronoun, with

CJIO in

Him

H-»^

li/e

— auVw — Preposition with — — Def. of _a_»_k», noun masc.
iu
^wT]
pi.

affix 3. sing.
li/e,

masc.
health.

The two

dots (Ribui)

mark the

plural.

Agrees, as an abstract noun, with

the verb

JOCTI in
pi.

the singular.

But in the next clause

it is

joined

with the

form ^OCTLjAj].
Gren.
ii.

Heb. D^^n
Dan.
vii. 12.

7.

— Chald.
vi.

|^*n

as an

abstract noun,

Constr. ^»n
to
(^a>s

Ezr.

10.

pOlQJ

the light

— Noun masc.

dcf.

—Root JOTJ,

shone.

;


;

S.

JOHN

I.

4—6.

5

.•_1_»_1_05 of men
7
«

lit.

of the sons of men
.
c P

—rwvav^pwVwv —Plur. of
Noun
masc. com-

7

I;*") (ch. ii.

25)

clef.

(

a

1;

n,

ver. 6, below.
(-a-Jl,

pounded of ;^,
.

son,

and

.-a-JJ, def.

man, by

apliseresis of

The
12
:

sing. def. in

a separate form,
-

f

«

i(

;^, occurs,
vi. 5,

S.

Matt.

xii.

also the pi. |jLj]
the darkness
(ch.

-

^

'^,

S.

Matt.

&c.

5.

Jidq_«_kk£D
.n
m,
..

iJi

Iv

ry

o-kotlo.

— Def. (with
^niSyPl

pref. prej).

*0) of

>

XX. 1)

noun masc.
i.

Da^'k, darkyiess

—R.
ii.
y

-

*

-^^

was

dark.

Heb.

'!TW'n

Gen.

2.— Cliald.

Dan.

22.

y

Y

50T.J-Ld

shining, shineth


9

(^atvei.

—Aphel

part, of 3aTJ, shone.

Aph.
3.

5cnj|

(Acts xvi. 29),
S.

lightened,

ilhtminated
v.

Pret.
Infin.

fern.

ZjOTj],

Luke
S.

ii.

Fut.

JOUU, Eph.

14

with
xv.

X,

oSoULkiX,
PI. masc.

Luke
7

i.

79
S.

Part. fem. "jJCTLliD, S.

Luke

8.

—jJCTLLSd,
S.

Matt.
xii.

v.

15

Part. pass. pi. masc. (of

— —

(J

the same form), not ov.

Luke

35.

OTD55J
aff.

comprehended
3. sing,

it


ix.

avTo-.-KaTeXa/Sev.
7

—Aphel

pret. 3. sing, (with

"

masc.) of j^5j or ^jj, trod ivith the feet, proceeded.

Aph.

v^Jjl

(Rom.

31)

trod out corn:

attained

to,

reached,
Pret.

seized, overtook, perceived, experienced,
1.

followed
Phil.

to perfection.

sing, t^h-i^.

Acts
Fut.

x.

34; xxv. 25

;

iii.

13.— 3.
1

pi. aiJ??]'

Rom.
1.

ix.

30

yTir^,

with

aff.

^QJSTDJjJ,
1 1

Thess.
vi.

v.

4.

sing. ^h{{, Phil.
1

iii.

12

;— 3.

pi.

Ad?^,
j^Jjj,
1

Tim. Tim.
;

19:— 1.
12

pi.

j^jjJ,

Thess.
,

iv.
iii.

15

Imperat.

vi.

Inf.

nn;, 0^\ Eph.
S.

18

Part, j^?,^,

Cor. ix. 9

Fem. ]i)5^,
5, 9
;

Mark

ix.

18.

Heb. Hiph. 'n^'nn
cxix. 35
;

caused
ace.

to xoalk, Ps.

xxv.

cvii.

7

overtook,

with

Judg. xx, 43.
def.

Derivatives, "|Z^5),
V. 18.

noun fem.

a treading out corn,

1

Tim.

"JAdSoj, noun fem. def. a footstep, Acts
6.

vii.

5.

5)A^^) who was

sent

Clr.

aTrecrTaX/AcVos

— P^thpaal

pret. 3. sing, (with

6
Ver.
pref.
relat. >, to
;

S.

JOHN

I.

(5,

7.

G.

which the

first

vowel

is

remitted) of
S.

3^

{not

used in Peal)

Pael

5^,
Pret.

sent

Ethpa. 5jA^|,

Luke

iv.

2G

(where however the Vienna and some other Edits, read 5)^.^|,
Ethpeel) was
2. sing.

sent.
S.

3. sing,
iii.

fem. 'ZjjAjj, Acts
1. sing.

xiii.

26

:

LhL»],
Luke
;

John

2

:

l.hL»],
24,

S.

Matt. xv.
S.

24;
vii.

S.

iv.

43 :— 3.
v.

pi.

OJj^f,

ver.

below;

Luke
;

10

xix.

32; Acts
pi.

22 (Vienna and some others OJjA^I)

X.
pi.

17;

xi.

11.— 3.

fem.
1 S.

^jjA^t, Rev.
Pet.
ii.

v.

6

Part.

5?A\V),

masc.

^hLmlD,
7 Dan.

14.

Chald. Ithpa. part.
followed by

niHJ^^

exerted himself,

endeavoured,

vi. 15.

— —

— Lo

/ro7n

OlVl 9

his

—Preposition. — name aurw —
Trapd
ovofxa.

i>CL*

(Eph.

i.

21)

noun masc,

A

nanie.
16, 17.

Wit

haff.

pron. of the 3rd pers.

— Def.
S.

\jDl», S.

Mark

iii.

— Constr.
affixes, S.

:>Qj,

S.

John

v.
S.

43;
Matt.

Matt,

xxviii.
-

19.
,

With

w»Lq

J

,

Thy name,
&c.

vi. 9, ttc.

>

My name,
—ioiin^
aff.

John

xiv. 13, 26,

For an explanation of

this latter form,

see Phillips's Gr. § 29 (4); Cowper's Gr. § 154 (3).— PI.
(irreg.)

Phil.

ii.

9,— Def
John
X. 3
;

"jcnkl*, S. Matt.

x.

2.— With
x. 20.

^(TLJCJl^n •

,

S.

^1 »(TlV)»
from

,

S.

Luke
see

Heb.
iv.

Q£J^ (of
v. 1.

very freqiient occiirrence)

— Chald.
Dan.

Q2J^
ii.

Dan.
20;
iv.

5; Ezr.

Takes

affixes as
v. 4, 10.

QJJ'

5,

&c.— PI.

rnf^l^ , Ezr.

7.

\L\

came

yjXOiv

— Verb
signifies

pret. 3.

sing.

Caine, arrived.

Joined with
:

^, OA,

it

made

p'ogress, as in 1 Cor. xi. 17

—with

hLt:^, followed, as in ver. 27, 38, below,
ch.
4.

Pret.

3. sing.

fem. 'LL\,
ver. 31,

ii.


pi.

2. sing.

AjZ],

ch, vi. 25, ic.

1.

sing.

AjZ],
S.

below.— 3.

pi. o2.f, ver. 39,

below.— 2.
2

pi.

^AjZf,

Matt. xxv.

36.— 1.

^Zf,

S.

Matt.

ii.

Fut. ]Z]j, ch.

iv. 4,

&c.— Fem.

S.

JOHN
sing.

I.

7.

7
iv.

Ver.

7.

]L]L,
S.

S.

Luke
xiv.

i.

43.-2.
pi.

]L]L, 2 Tim.
S.

21.— 1.

sing. ]l],

John
Matt,

3.-3.
36,

^L\3,
i>\.

Matt.

viii.

11

:— Fern. _jZ]j,
below.— 1.
pi.

S.

xxiii.

etc.— 2.

^L]l,

cli.

v,

40,

]L\j, Hebr.
S.

vi.

1.

Imperat. ]i, ver. 43, 4G, below. —Fern.
ver. 39,

»_jZ.,

John
6

iv.

16.— PI. ol,
Inf.

below
S.

;

Fem.

^~L."j2.,

S.

Matt.
Part.
ver.

xxviii.

(witli

i^)

UjkiX,
oh.

John

vii.

34,

36

]L], ver. 9,
38,

below;

— Fem. \^L],
Pet.
ii.

iv. 1.5.

— PL masc. _iZ"j,
,

below:

— combined
1 S.

with _J_k»,

^

^

/

(

ch. xiv.

23; xxi. 3:
vi.

—Fem. ^Di,
pi.

19.— Part.

Peil

^L]\

S.

John

17;—

^jjZ"),
I

ch. xi. 19.

X

Heb. nnj^ (used

in poetry only)
ch.

Dent, xxxiii.
iii.

2.

— Chald.
pi'e-

nnX,

Dau.\-ii.

22.— Inf. XH-t^S,

2.

-

JZ.0JJ1£Q.A for a witness
position
.f,
-x

e.h

[xapivpiav

_1, to,

for

— Inseparable

—used
p

also to

mark the
-X

accusative case.

f

JZ.05C7LCD, def. of 05CTT£D (Acts xiv. 16)

noun fem. Testimony,
i.e.

witness.

— Constr. form,
S.

..K

-X

. -X

P

(^a.*

Z.OJTLCD, vntness of untruth,
def.

false witness, S.
aff.

Matt. xv.

19.— PI. ^jOlCD,
xiv. 56.

"jZoJOlio, with
47,

^OlZ-OjCTLCD,
this

Mark

Compare Gen. xxxi.
Eoot

where
nessed.

word

is

used by Laban the Syrian.

JCTLCD, wit-

The Heb. word IHb^ ..

with
J

aft".

*"rnb^ •

^'^y
'

witness, record, is

t;

found once, Job xvi. 19.

)01£QJ9

to

hear witness, that he might bear witness
fut.
3. sing,

Iva {lapTvpija-rj


2.

Aphel

(pref

5

here a causal conjunction) of JOITD,
32, below), bore toitness:

witnessed.

—Aph.

jOUd]

(vei*.

— Pret.
.7

5Cri£DJ,

Acts

xxiii. 11:

3.

[)1.

Ojai£D|, Acts X.

7.-7
V
t

— 43: —
xxii.

1. snig. /.>(TLCD|, ver. 34,
1.
_

below;

pi.

^5ai£D|,

1

Cor. xv. 15
-K

Fut.

1.

sing, joirol, 8.

John
Rev.

xviii.

37

Imperat. 5CnrD(, ver. 23.
T>

lufin.

nv-nm^n\
7;
viii.

•X

f

7

16

Part. JCJLCQId, S.

John

iii.

32;

vii.

13,

14:— Fem.

"jjoimk), Rom.

ii.

15.— PI.

— —
:

8
Ver.
masc.
,_J_Ki,

S.

JOHN
Matt,

I.

7.

7.

—jJOUCQId,

S.

xxiii.

31,

itc.

Combinod with

^1 i^OimV),

S.

John

iii.

11.

— —

^uA concerning
fc-aJL-ikUj


,

Trepi

— Preposition.
man,
all

that every
•-•-31

men
(

— Gr.
,

Iva 7ra;/T«s

— Compounded
(with

of

^\d +

by

aphaeresis of

but often used as separate words.

Pref. >, causal conjunction.

^l^laOU

viight believe

— Gr.
def.

Trtorevo-wo-t

— Aphel

fut. 3. sing,

),

j>refixed to the foregoing

word, having the force of the subjunc-

tive) of

—Ld(,

pe7'seve7'ed,
,

was

constant, faithful; used only in
j ,

part. Peil

—j-SsD

(

|jL».Sd

faithful, constant, Phil.

i.

3

:

Fern, (same form) 1 Tim. v. 5:
PI.

def.

j

A

i

.

V)
X

j

Acts
1

xii.

5.

^

>

1

>

^f. Acts

i.

14, &c.

:— def.

"ii-»-^l'

Tim.

v.

23.—
pi.

Ethpeel

^V
•^

|,

remained firm, constant, once in Imperat.

aiioUf,
~
9

Col. iv. 2.
7

Aph.

V> -m
,*]

(S.

John

iii.

18) believed.

In
is

this

form the

characteristic
1st radical

of

t^^©

Heb, Hiph.

T^Xn

retained,

and the
;

changed to Yud.

Usually followed by J^ or »0
S.
7

but
1

sometimes immediately by the noun, as in
7

Mark
S.

xvi.
i.

1

S.

Luke

xxiv. 11.

Pret.

3. sing.

fem. 'AiVn

.m

Luke

45

2. sing.

AJ-LQ-iOI, S.

John xx.
S.

29,

&c.— 1.
ii.

sing. AiSQ_.(Jl,

Acts

xvi. 15.
S.


•«

3. pi.

niO->.m

John

11, &c.
S.


K

2.

pi.
vi.
7

^Z\lV).01,
69
Fut.
2.

John

V.

46, «fec.— 1. pi.
7
,

-Ji^^CT,
23.

John

sing.

^Vo.rn/^
pi.

g.

Mark

ix.

1.

sing.

^^V>i(n(, S.

John

ix.

36.-3.
S.

^ilQjCJU,
48;
v. 47,

S.

John
pi.

xi.

42, <fec.— 2. pi. ^OJJLDjCTiZ,

John

iv.

ttc— 1.
Mark
iv.
v.

^^V)

.OU,
-^

S.
.

John
>

vi. 30, .tc
afF.

Imperat.
.

_l£LiCn, S.

.

1

.

iVn.m

^7

36

:— Fem.
O 1 V)

iV^iOl, with
38,

S.

John

21:

7

PI.

lOI, ch. x.

&c

Inf.

Q_llQ_.OTlall, ch. v. 44
7

Part.

^V)
ch.

iOTId, ver. 50, below,

and frequently.
form) ch.
xi.

Def.

]

i

Vi .mV^ ^L 1 ^n

xx.
,

27:

— Fem.
xvi.
1.

(same

26,

27:

— Def.

.(JllO

Acts

PI.


,

S.

JOHN
ver.

I.

7—9.

9

Ver.

7.

masc.

i

vV)^cnlO,

12,

below;

— combined

witli

i

-

f

^1

.

iVo.m^n
.

ch. iv.
7 7

42

:— Def. ]iV>. m*sn^ Acts

viii.

2,

etc.

Part. pass.

V) tOliO,

o?ie lo/to is faithful,

in tvhom trust
.

is

reposed, S. Matt. xxv.
S.

Def. ] i V> mVn 23; S. Luke xvi. 10. Matt. xxiv. 45; xxv. 21, 23; S. Luke xii. 42. Used also in def, state as a substantive, an Eunuch, Acts viii. 27, tfec, Fern.

(same form)
masc. def.
S.
(

1
)

Tim.

i.

15

:— Def
Luke

"jZoiljaik), Acts
xvi. 11,
12.
1

xiii.

34.

PI.

V) >aiSD,

S.

As
Tim.

a substantive,
iii.

Matt. xix.

12.— PI.

fem. ,_llCL.cniD,
5.

11;— Def
Dan.

|Aa1q_iOT1d, Rev. xxi.

Heb. Hiph.
T»i.

(as above)
cli. ii.

Gen. xv.

6.

— Chald. Aph.
But
its

|/b\*l

24.

Part. pass.

45

;

vi. 5.

8.

PI

,

hut

—aWd— Conjunction, commonly regarded as identical
it
(J

witli tlie

Gr. word which

here represents. evident from
^( its

etymology as comin ch. x. 10, except,

pounded of J +
icnless

is

meaning
iii.

— Gr.
is

ct /xi].

]j]

,

idv

firj,

ch.

27.

9.

r-*-\\i

fof,

the Gr. yap

;

and, like

it,

never begins a sentence.

Pr-*?>
5

Noun

Gr. (to ^w?) to n.\r)$ivov the true Light masc. def. frmness, sinceritif, inteyritij, verili/. With pref. of the genitive, which takes ' before a vowellcss con.sonant.

of

the truth, i.e.

Pref »^,
7

(\-

»

*^,

in truth, of a truth, veHIy, Acts

x. 34.

— Root

?;_»

i^, was firm.

-

»

^

\'^\ 5ot_l1D5, which licjhteth every man o t^wTc'^et TrdvTa dvOpmTTov. marks the object. Here 5 is the rel. pronoun
;

A

— —

1

— 1?,

that cometh

— Gr.
first

ip)^6fj.€vov.

Participle of jZ], caine (see note,
>.

ver. 7).

The

vowel remitted to

(inXlJi^, into the ivorld
of

eis

tov koV/xov.

Def. (with pref. prep.

A)

V^\v
7

(ch.

iii.

15),

noun masc. primarily signifying a long
eternity
(aloiv,

w

indefinite

space

of time—

Lat. cevum)
S.

;

tlien the
13.

world,

Lat.

mundus.
xvi. 25.
3.

PI.

^Vv>Vv,

Matt.

vi.

Def.

(V>\^j Rom.
(;\1.

(k^IlS? jiiXk?, Gr. 6

/Jao-iXfu? tCjv

ayiW

lOvdv),

Rev. XV.

w.

c.

2


10
Ver.
10.
9.

S.

JOHN

I.

9—11.
;je77)e«wi7y,

Ileb. tD))^, Ps- xxv.

C— Chald.

Q^J/^
3.

Dan.
aff.

iii.

33.

CT-1,_», kiiew

Him — avrov
vx,_i

. .

.tyvw

— Pret.
S.

sing,

(with

3.

sing.

masc.) of

(cli.

iv.

1)

knew, itnderstood.

For the rule of the

vowels, see Phillips's Gr. § 48;
Pret. 3. sing. fem.
2. sing.

Cowper

§

102.

'tL^,

Mark
xiv. 9:
xvii.

v.

33;

S.

Luke

vii.

37.—
Luke
3. pi.
aff.
7
•»

LLr^, with
*

aff. S.

John

I

— Fem.

,^L^^,
I

S.

xix. 44.

1.

sing. Al^r-*, S.

John

7; S.
I
iv.

Luke

xvi. 4.

Qa'^,
*

S.

John vil
viii.

26,
1.

itc— 2.
7

pi.

tOAi.'^, Gal.

X

^

iv.

9:

with

S.

John

55.

pi.

^r-»)

S.

John

42, etc
3,

Fut. VX^,
2. sing. VijZ,

S.

John John
pi.

vii.

51, &c.

:

— Fem.
Luke
i.

._»_LjZ, S. Matt, vi,

S.
3.

^

xiii.

7; S.

i.

4.— 1.

sing. VJjj, S.
S.
pi.

Luke
3
;

i.

18.

J, Rom.

28

:— with
ii.

aff.

John

xvii.

S.

Luke
28,

ix.

45:— Fem. ^1'^,
&c.— 1.
Hebr.
pi.

Rev.
1

23.-2.
ii.

vQ-^jZ" S.

John
20

viii.

32,
VXj,

y^^,

Cor.

12;
S.

1

S.

John

v.

Imperat.
Inf. Avith

viii.

11:— PL Oij,
John
xiv. 5
.

Matt. xxiv. 33, 43
i.

X, ^.V)\,
ch. iv.

S.

Part. \S^, ch.
.7
7 o

31:— Fem.
Lnke
7 7

]1^^,

10; coalescing with .-»Ajj,
t>

.-»A^,_», S.
_

xix. 42.
»

Pi. masc.

'

^1

',

ver. 26,

below: coalescing with ^-3-kj, _l.»_l»pj,
2 Cor.
iii.

ch.

iii.

2;
vii.

— with
1

vpAj],

^Lt^^,

3.

— Constr. JLLjI,
ii.

Rom.

For the

part. Peil, see note, S. Matt, xxvii. 16.
8, drc.

Heb. yi^ (very frequent)— Chald. j;i\ Dan.
11.

OiXj,^,

to his

own
of

— eU

to. tSia

— Prep.
it serA^es

_l, prefixed to

compounded

5

(or ._»5, Chald.

'>'^)

and ii

^jJ, a particle of the dative. With
Cowper
§ 67, 68.

affixes (here 3.

masc. sing.)

for personal pronouns of all
§

j)ersons

and genders.

See Phillips, Gr.

28:

Compare Heb. ^S-^^'{<,

*W.
.

fc_,cnQ_XCLD, received Jlim
aff.
*
> 1

''V

'

.

.

\ — avrov
t

.

.irapiXaPov

— Pael pret.
..
7.
<>

3. pi.

(with
aff.

3.

.7 Acts \'~lO,
sing,

masc.) of

^QI^, demanded

of a person^ with

xxv. 24.

Exclaimed, part. \\*'^n,

Rom.

xi. 2.


S.

JOHN

I.

11, 12.

11

Ver. 11.

iii.

Opposed himself, 33; S. Luke
1

fut.
ix.

VCICXQJ, Rom.

viii.

33.

11), took, received, accepted.

— Pa. v^*^o — Pret. fem.
(ch.
3.

•AlL^LD,
1.

Tim.

V. S.

10.— 2.
John
x.

sing.

A\no,
3.

S.

Luke

xvi.

25.—

sing.

AJjQID,

18.

pi.

n\'^r^

ch. xvii. 8.

2. pi.

^^\nn,
xi.

S.

Luke

vi.

24.-1.

pi.

^\nn,

Acts
.

xxviii. 21.
.

Fut. ^^CiQJ, S. Matt, xviii. 5; xix. 29,

&c.— Fem. 19;— Fem.
2 Cor.
vi.

\'^k ?

Hebr.
S.

11.— 2.
i.

sing.

WnnZ,
40;

1

Tim.

v.

_iAr^Z,
17.— 3.
aff.

Luke

31.— 1.
S.
pi.

sing.
xii.

^Aof with
S.

aff.

pi.

^\nni,
vi.

Mark

Luke

xx. 47; with

S.

John

21.— 2.

Imperat.
S.

Matt,

^\nnZ, ch. v. 43.— 1. pi. \Lrn, Gal. iv. 5 WnO, S. Luke xvi. 7. —Pi. oi^^^LO, S. John xx. 22; xi. 14 Inf. A\AAv>\ S. John vii. 39; with
aff.
7

(pleonastic) ch. xiv. 17.__Part.

^^IHQiD,
.

ch.

iii.

32, &c.
S.

Fem.
iii.

]InnV>, Hebr.
&c.

vi.

7.— PI.
^-J->->,

masc.
<
>

VonV»

John

11,

— Coalescing with
I

\«-^r)Vn

Acts xxiv. 3:

—with

^Aj1, yO^

NnoV),
S.
,

Col.

iii.

24

Part. pass.

WnoV),

used as

a noun; see note,

Luke

iv. 19.

Heb. Piel
vi.

h^p

Prov. xix.

20.— Chald.

Pa.

hjp, Dan.

ii.

6

;

1; vii. 18.
theij,

12.

'

\

'1^

as inani/ (as)
j.
8e,

oo-ot

— Demonstr.

pron.

pi.,

usually

followed (as here) by

— —

r~*?' *^^®
7

same

as the Gr.

used in the same

way and

signification.

*OTI_»,

" Phillips's

eSwKev For the peculiarities of this vei*b, see verb deGr. § 40 (9); Cowper's Gr. § 113 (6).— fective in the Fut. tense and Inf. Mood, which are supplied by

He

gave

A

the verb

^Aj, found
7

in these

two

foi-ms only.

See note, ver. 22,
sing.

below.
S.

Pret. 3. fem. -Ai^CTU, S.
xvii. 2, &c.
pi.

Mark

vi.

28.-2.
xiii.

A^CTlI,
8,

John"

1.

sing.

AtdoT-i, ch.

15; xvii.
S.

14,

22.-3.

Q^cru,

S.

Matt. xv.
7

3G.— 2.

pi.

^Aooil,

Matt.
7

XXV. 35, 42.

1.

1)1.

-XDTLj, Acts

xxi. 7, 19

Imperat. »li01,

,

12

S.

JOHN
Fem.
-

I.

12.

Ver. 12.

S. S.

Joliii iv,

15,

&,c.

»

«^^;
S.

ch. iv.

7,

10.— PI.
8
Part.

Q^iCJl,

Matt.

X. 8:

S.

John

iv.

10,

S.

Matt. xxi. 41, &c.
20, etc.— PI. fem.

— Fem. ^.'Incn, Matt. xxv. xv, — Fem. — — Coalescing with
ifec.

*OTl1,
rDOl^
2 Cor.

l^iCTLi,

cli.

2.

PI, masc.
V
1
t

^. *
p

7

^-1-»j,

'^OT-t

,

i.

^CTL.,

1

Cor. xiv. 7

Part. Peil, ȣlj(TL,,
39.

S.

John
fcn

vi.

65:

— Fem.
ii.

(CtjCTLi,

Acts xix.

— Ph

masc.

,.

i(TLt,

Acts

47.
iii

Heb. in^j o^ly

imperat.

Prov. xxx. 15

;

Gen. xxix. 21,
37, &c.

and a few other places only.

— Chald.

^H^ Dan.
>

ii.


^(TL-i,

to

them
pi.

— auTois— A

of the dative with affixed

pronoun

3.

masc.

5\o • (S. Matt, xxviii. P^_^Q_», the 2^ower I^ovo-lclv Def of noun masc. rule, dominion, one who has power (Ai'ab. Sultan). 18)
.

PI. def.

ti4l^Q_», Rom.
T>

viii.

38.

Gr. ap^o^i
,

R-

4^,
7

had

2)ower.

,

Chald. ]\:h^, Dan.
I

iii.

33, &c.

T

:

— \)a^l^, — —
^poOTJ ....
3.

T

PI. def. ^<*:3D7L^^, ch. vii. 27. T- T T
;

ruler, ch.

iii.

2.

5,

that they

might become
K


7

to
5,

become

— Gr.
'

yevia-Qai

— Fut.

pi.

of loon, was, became.
.

The

with

before a vowelless

7

consonant, prefixed to [-ilJ.O.
.
?

JJi-l-O,

the sons

—reKva— Pi.

def. of

-^

(ver. 45, below),

noun masc.
vii.

a

son.

Def. "j;^, ch.

iii.

35.

PI. (irreg.)

.tin,
20;
2,

Acts

29;
17;

Gal. iv.
S.

22.— Constr.
i.

^JLJLTi, S. Matt. xx.

S.

Mark
pi.

iii.

Luke
'
;

IG
as

^
7

with
ini/

aff.

1.

sing,

and
ii.

3

takes the
17,

vowel

t-i^,
S.

son,
ix.

S.

Matt.

15;

iii.

&c.

y^^l*^, your son,
7 7

John

19.

^,
.
( r

»_jLl_0, enter into certain idiomatic expressions; as
(

U*^] r^ or
r 1
.. >

» \^^, son of nuin,
.see

i.e.

man,

pi.

fJLJf

«

i

1 .*?)

or

? 1

O,

ver. i, above.

S.

JOHN

I.

12.

13

Ver. 12.
X
'

SiTiV

•in]

.

.

^

«^, ^^eop^e
7

of Jerusalem^

S.

Mark
viii.

i.

5.

....
«
.

7

1

« Vn
.

V

.

^j

fifty years old, S.

John

57.
42.

j^mv/^/
7
.<•

7

7^
1
..

• ;^, twelve years
tJiOse

old, S.

Luke

ii.

7

(AjuO «_»-L0,
ix. 61.
», » X
..

family, father
7

of the household, and mother, S. Matt.

viz. all x. 25,

but the heads of the 36; xxiv. 45; S. Luke

("5^K»

.-»JLO,

S071S

of

the free,

i.e.

the free,

S.

John

viii.

33,

36;

S.

Matt.

xvii. 26.
i.e.

PiDOIQ-^ w-iJLO, sons of relationshi]},
jAjQJii
X
.

kindred, S.
44.

Luke

i.

58.

»-l^, acquaintance,
..

S.

Luke

ii.

1%

X

7

|Zl1_»,1d «__»_L^, so^is

of

t/oe

city, citizens, S.

Luke

vii.

12; xv. 15;

xix. 14.

l^v
.
P .

«__iJJD, S07ZS ofthepeoide
7

—nation,
i.e.

S.

John

xviii. 35.

(^

\ S.

» ;.0,

^/te

«o?i

of i^eace,

i.

e.

owe worthy of your favour or regard,

Luke "7 mAv »

X, 6.
^/ie

j^j

son of his time,

z« that very hour, immediately,

"S. John V. 9; xiii. 30; S. Matt. xiii. 5, 20; xxi. 20. Similar phrases occur in other parts of the N. T, ; as,
Ov

• 'X

"

-X.

7

^aiZ.QAiDO|

'fOi,

and

m

. 'X

o
i

-X*
\

••7
.

/

o Von

,_uJlO, a sou q/ their craft, or
o\x.m(.yyo<i, o/ao-

y,

occupation, felloxo-cruftsman ; felloio-craftsmen, Gr. T€^ot. Acts xviii. 3, and xix. 24, 25, 38.
«

..7 J |>Z.j

..

7

^

«_».XO, sons of the place,
xxi. 12.
..

i.e. </iey

of that flace, Gr. Tim.

ol evroTrtoi,

Acts
.
o

7

7

|_k_L^
1>

._*.J.i::,
.. . .

(jrandcldldren, Gr. cKyova,
sojis

1

v. 4.
xi. 14.
7
. ..

7
1

.

.jPTi'^
7

*-~i^

of my flesh,

i.e. 7?i?/

own people, Rom.
. p
^

7

7
T

...^•O] ;JD

so?i

of my yoke, yokefellow, Phil.

iv.

3; and L.Ol

t

O,

2 Cor. vi. 14.
• r.
-x

..

7

|Z.oZ.t.j
•J.

w_k_LO, joint-heirs,
..
.

Eom.

viii.

17; Eph.
12.

iii.

6.

.

nr-^
.

W)
-n

7
1

.

o

/i/s
7

councillors.
so?i

Acts xxv.

.mn
7

7
^

»
.

7

«-iyVn

^^

of the educators {of Ilerod),
(aff.

i.e.

one who was

brought up with liim
-».
••

pleon.),

Acts

xiii. 1.
ii.

7

j^Aa

w«J>0, sous of

idols, idolaters.

Rev.

14, 20.


14

7

,

S.

JOHN
my

I.

12,

13.

Ver. 12.
>

-

>

^

-

»

^

*^;

sons of

years,

my

eqitals

in age, Gr.

(tvvtjXl-

KiouVa?, Gal.
7
••

i.

14.

7

^QaA^;_» ._i_LO,
1 Tliess.
ii.

children of your oion

tribe,

your own countrymen,
12; Prov. xxxi.
constr. »J3,
2.

14.

Heb. |5, very frequently;
Chald. *13, Dan.
ii.

*l5> Ps.

ii.

iii.

25; Ezr. v.

1.— PI. p^3,
not

Dan.

25; Ezr.

vi. 9.

13.

QA,
7

not

—compounded
froi7i the

of

001
~

(J, is

—Interrogatively,
aff.

ch. vii. 25,

below.

(Id J

—V),
tlie

Mood, of blood

xvii. 26.)

noun masc. Blood
its abs.

—Takes with
Luke
xiii.
1.

— Gr. c^ alfxaTwv—Def. of ioj (Acts
1.

sing,

and
;

2, 3. pi.

vowel of
tkc.
;

state, as «_iJaD5, ch. vi. 54, seqq.
S.

S.

Matt.

xxvi. 28,

^OllDj,

Heb. 01, Ps.
T

xciv. 21.

j_i-Of ^-^) of the loill Will, good 2>leasiire.
Gr. iKova-a,
will

€K 6f.\-qjxaTo<i
pi'ef.

— Def.
^

of

,

'

*~^\,

noun

ma.sc.

With
20.

klii,

adv. willingly, sud sponte,
7
r

Rom,

viii.

of their

sold, willingly,

—Constr. ^m « 2 —
Cor.
viii. 3.

cm

i

_j_0^^,
afi'.

by the

PI.

with

«_k_l_i_0*

my

desires, will,

Acts

xiii.

(

;mo i^

of the flesh

o-apKos

— R. f^», — Def. (with
22.

icilled.
j

of the gen.) of ;<'y>*^
JiXCICi,
S.

(ch. xvii. 2)

noun masc.
vi.
ii.

Flesh.

— PI.

def.

Heb. lb^3. Gen.
5.

13; Ps. Ixv.

3.— Chald.

"IC^^,

Jude ver. 7. Dan. vii.

Def. J^nCJ'S, ch.
T
; .

11;

iv. 9.
.

.07
(l*^ ..>,

of
X
7

man

— avSpos— Def.
,
/

'

(with
i.

5

of the gen.) of

;

'^

,.

,

noun

masc.

A

man, and man,

7
i.

e.

the male sex in general,

PI.

—A'iCi^, def. I'r^t, Acts

16, kc.

Hob,
Dan.
ii.

'^'2^ (chiefly

in

poetry)
def.

Ps,

xxxiv,
ch.

9.— Chald.
iii.

"n^jl,

25;' v.

11.— PI.

J^^^,

Xn^5,

8, 12.

Root

Heb.

"llSil,

was

strong, 2n-evailed

— Syr, Ethpe. or (Ethpa.)
7

},ndiZ.j,

..»
,

showed himself strong, Iniperat,
1

pi,

Oi.£Il^iZ.|

quit you, like men,

Cor. xvi. 13,

Oj,^Z|, were born

tycivr/'O'rjCTuv

— Ethpeel

pret.

3.

pi.

of

r^;

.y^i-'C


S.

JOHN

I.

13, 14.

15

Ver. 13, birth

to.

— Ethpe.
34:— 1.
1 S.

jJ^Z.]

(ix.

19), loas horn.

Followed by ^ji
2. sing.

«_A_i5)
ch.
ix.

was born again,
sing.

see

cli.

iii.

3,

7

Pret.

Zj-IjZ.]

,

Z^Zf,
i.

Acts

xxii. 8

:— 2.

pi.

^.M^h
4

^
Part.
sing,

•oZ^ZT
^Ak:,
14.

Pet.

23

Fut.

,^^Aj,

S.

John

iii.

ver. 3,

5.— Inf. oS^L^n\,

ver. 7.

^-iilO}

<^'>^d

dioelt,

tabernacled

kcli

ia-Kijuwcrev

—Apli.
^-J-if)

pret.

3.

(pref.

O, to which the vowel
__i.]
,

is

remitted) of

used only in

Aph.

overshadowed,
;

jjrotected, fell or rested 7ipon.

Followed
'ZLl-.t |,

hj %^,
Acts
X.

as here

or, as elsewhere,

by
(or

^\i».

Pret. 3. fern.
S.

44:

xi.

15.— Fut.
ii.

^_^

^-^)

Luke
^^i-^,

i.

35.

Gr.

eVto-Ktao-et

—Acts
n;i,

26; 2 Cor.

xii. 9.

3, fern,

Acts

v. 15.

Heb.

with ^'^, 2 Kings xx. 6.— Hiph.

n%

with ^'^,

Isa. xxxi. 5.

— —

7 *->
,

in us

iv ijfxiv

_jV>-»Oj

"^(^ wje beheld

—Prepos. —

%^ with

aff.

1. pi. 1. pi.

kol iOeaaaixeda

—Pret.

(pref.

O with

'

before a vowelless consonant) of
3. fern.

jp^

(ver. 18)

saw, beheld.

— Pret.
xxii.

'Lu^,

ch. xx. 1,

12, 14, 18,«kc.— 2.

sing.

A^Uj, Acts
7

15: with

aff. S.
7

John

ix.

37; xx. 29.

1.

sing. Aj1-k», ch. viii. 38.
••7

3. pi.

Ol-Kj, ver. 39,
pi.

below, &c.; Fern. ^V^., S.

Mark
ch.

xv. 47,
iii.

&c.— 2.
2. sing.

^AjW,
S.

S.

John

V. 37,

&c

Fut.

]u^,

3.—
51
:

1i*oZ, ver. 46, 50,

below.— 1.
vii.

sing. IVk.^, S.
pi.

Mark
ver.

x.

3.

pi.

^1-K>J,
1.

John

3:— 2.

^0V>-»2-,

39,
vii.

51,
52,

below;

pi.

JI-kO, ch.

vi.

30

Iniperat. a^V*^, ch.

&c.;—
Inf.

pi.

OVk», ch. iv. 29:
S.

— Fern.
fern.

^_.^1_kj, S. Matt, xxviii. 6
xi. 7, 8, 9,

]u^,
ch.

Matt.

xiii.

14; pref. 1^, S. Matt.
|Ii-kj,

Acmasc.
ix.

Part. ]\Jj, ver. 33, below;

ch. iv.
^_1_k»,

19.

— PI.
S.

_jpsi,

vi.

2,

(kc.

:

— coalescing
Pliil.

with

^JLjV«^, ch.

41 -—with ^Aj],
xiii.

^iJlL,

iii.

17.— Pi.

fern.

^\1»,

Matt,

16.


IG
Ver. 14.
Hoi).
S.

JOHN

I.

14.

HTH,

chiefly in poetry, Ps.

xlvi.

9,

&c.

Clialcl.

fc^TH,

Dan.

ii.

31, .34, &g.

OT-KK^Q_», his glory

ttjv
(

Soiav avrov
*~^n

— Def.
to

(with

aflf.

3. sing, niasc.)

of *>^.OQ-», def.

V

^

m

(in
7

the next
7

clause)
?

noun masc.

Praise, glory, Majesty.

— —

*j»-»l)

(

f,

>

»->-

— », Pa. — Conjunction— answering the Heb. «s — Only-begotten — — Def of
E,. %^^'~~\
.t-*-*"^

»^ glorified.

'^s

3
ofthegon.,

»;,

the

fjiovoyevovi

(pref. 5

to

which

tlie first

vowel

is

remitted) of w^r-^.K>^,
.,
.

noun masc, an
viii.

only one, only child.

Fern. def. (A
xxii. 2.

..^

.

S.

Luke

42.

Heb. TTt^j Gen.

T

— R.

IH*, was —
T

united.

-

l^j

^7
»i::i
,

J

ivhich (is)

from

the

Father

— Gr.
,

Trapa Ilarpos

— Def.
,

of

I

noun masc.
which

This noun (like fjo

(

brother,

and (Icuj father1.
ii.

in-law) takes in the sing.
sing, in
''

O

befoi-e all affixes,
" ,

excepting that of
,

is

changed to

thus

:

-

«

f^ my father,

ch.

— j^Q-^l, thy below; — Olddj, her father, 12; — ^ai:arDI, your Matt. —The father,
16;
father, ch.
iv.

viii.

19; u_iC71Q.o|, his father, ver. 18,

ch. viii.
ch.

44;

— vP^I;
38;

our father,
^CTiaiD],

c\\.

father,
pi.

viii.

their

S.

iv.

21.

has two forms; masc. __»crLO|,
i.

Hebr.
fern,

xii. 9.

def ((TLd|,

S.

Luke

17, patres naturcdes;

— and

def

|Z.cfli:ij, S.

John

vii.

22, patres spiriiuales.

According

to

Amira,

this distinction extends to the singidar, the first being

distinguished by

Ruchoch
ciii.

(lo|),

and the second by Kuschoi
Ixviii.

Heb.
afif.

i^

Ps.

13;

Constr.

6.— Chakl. ^X, with
Dan.
ii.

\1!l^X,'Dan.
V. 12.
(is)

v.

2.— PI.

jHl^X, with

afF.

23; Ezr.

iv.

15;

iliDj,

which

full

(sc.

(A\Vo but masc.
with
'

see note above, ver. 1)

irXrjprj^

—Part. Peil
IG; S.

(pref. rel. 5

before a vowelless consoT., in

nant) of 1'^^ filed.

Here, as throughout the N.

immediate
ch. xxi. 11;

construction with the following word.

Fem. ]_»_aLd,
Z\ t.,.^V?,

Acts

xvii.

James

iii.

17.

— Constr.

S.

Luke

i.

'2S;

,

S.

JOHN

I.

14,

1.-).

17
Matt, xiv. 20,
<kc.

Ver. 14.

Eph.
"
-

iii.

10.

PI.

masc. ^_jASd,
ii.

S.

— Coustr.
22.

>

V^,

2

S. Pet.

13.— PI.

fern.

^vVV'
»

.

1 S.

Pet.

i.

For the verb

itself,

see note, S.

John

il 7.

j/n«-^

.

^

grace

— Gr.

^'^piros

—Def.

of "'^
,

£ (Rom.
»

iv.

4)

noun

fern.

Favour,

beneficence.

R. *li|^

Pa.

-'^

^

,

did good.
O) of
Z.0,

|A^C1.D0, and truth

noun masc.

— Gr. Truth. —

kcu

aXij^etas

— Def.

(pref.

D

PI.

__»AjQ_0, not occurring in the N. T.
Ix.

Heb. btJ^p, bSJ'p, Ps.
Dan.
15.
iv. 34,

6; Prov. xxii.

21.— Chald.
ii.

toi^^p,

tOi2i'p"|D) of

'^

truth, tridy, ch.
pret.

47.
witness, testivii.

5CJLQD, 6are tvitiiess—fiaprvpu
fied.

— Verb Peal
ch.
iii.
ii.

Was a

Pret.

2.

sing.

ZjOTCD,

26.

3. pi.

OjOlflD, Acts

58.

—Put.
&c

JCTLCDJ, S.

John

25;

2. sing. jcTLCdZ., S.

Matt. xix.

18,

Part. JOIDD, S.

John
Acts

v. 37, &c.
i.

a noun,
X.

A

witness, martyr,

—Def. V?^7^^» 22, &c. — Fem.
iii.

^sed as

IJOT-CD,

Hebr.
with

15.

PI. masc.

__.5(TLCD,
1 S.

S.
2.

John

28;

coalescing

^_L>j,
59, &c.

_L»5aiCD,

John

i.

PI. def. IjOXCD, S. Matt. xxvi.


.

>mr)\v
~
_

of {concerning)

Him—TctpX

avroii

^Ji», prepos.

with

aff. 3.

7

sing. masc.

(^^30,

and

cried

/cai

Ke/cpayc

—Verb Peal

1.

pret. (pref

O with

'

before
3.

a vowelless consonant) cried out, exclaimed, proclaimed.
fern.

— Pret.
xii.

'Al.^, S.

Luke
John

i.

42.

sing.

Aj_i.^, Acts xxiv. 21.
19;

3. pi.

OLID,
fem.

S.

xviii. 40.

&c
xix.

Fut. ]sni', S. Matt.


X.

3. pi.

^ rCni

S.

Luke

40

Inf.

]snV)\,

S.
S.

Mark
Matt.

47

Part. "|lo, S.

John

vii.

37,

&c.— Fem.
xii.

U-^,
Sam.

XV. 22,

23.— PI.

masc.

^

-

^^,

S.

John

13, &c.
1

Compare Heb. nVil*

cried,

lowed [of cows),

vi. 12.

t^lo, and said— Gr.
to
S.
AV. c.

Xe'ywv

— Verb Peal

pret. (the first

vowel remitted
S.

O

prefixed).
ii.

Said, spoke.

Pret. 3. fem.
LjliD],

"Z^l"
John

Mark
34,

v.

33;

Luke

48.

2.

sing. masc.

S.

xviii.

<tc.

3

18

S.

JOHN

I.

15.

Ver. 15.

Fem. u^Z^kj],
50.

cb. iv.

18.— 1.

sing. Zfio], in this ver.

and

ver, 30,

3. pi.

masc. O^Sb], ver. 22, below, &c.; Fem. wi^Ld"), S.

Luke
S.

xxiv. 10, 24;

and

^i^f,
S.

S.

Matt, xxv. 8; S.
,

Mark
1. pi.

xvi. 8;

Luke

xxiv.

9.

2. pi.

^Z^iol
Matt.

S.
xii.

Luke

xii. 3.

xxi. 14
S.

Fut. jI^Ij,
X

32:— Fem.

^k^lZ

XX
^tlJo],

Acts

(for

^ji^lZ)
sing.

Mark

xiv.

G9.— 2.
vii.

sing.

il£i]L, S.

Matt. xxvi.

63.— 1.

i)"j, S.

Luke

40,
S.

&c.— 3.

pi.

masc. ^jiotj, S. Matt.
pi.

vii.

22,

&c.— Fem. .I^Ij,
iii.

Matt, xxviii. 8.-2. Matt. xxi. 25

.0}1d"JZ, S. Matt.

9.

1, pi.

jlop,
X

S.

Imperat. ^1d(, Acts xxii.
S.

27;— Fem. ^^Sof,
fem. ^"^So], eh.
S.
3.

S.

John

xx.

xxviii.

7;

17.— PI. O-^Z S. Mark xvi. 7

Matt.
Inf.

x.

7;—

;^]v>\,
,

John

viii.

26

Part. ;iD

j

,

ver. 23, below.

PI.

masc.

__>;1d|, ver. 38,

below;
S.

— Fem. —coalescing
Matt. xxv.
ii.

j^Lo]

ch.

ii.

with
11

W^,
Part.

,_L^T,
Peil

ch. viii.
S.

48.— PL
iii.

fem.

^f,

9,

^j^f,

Matt.

3:— fem.

lt_»-^T. Acts

16.
n/t25^>

Heb. *n^X>
ii.

of very frequent occurrence

— Chald.

Dan.

25, &c.
this is


— —

QJOl

,

— Gr.
I

ovTo<i rjv

— For

001 poi

,

the latter word represent-

ing the Copula.

001, He, Demonstr. pronoun.
Z^isDIj, that
iHiD] (see

PI.

said

—of whom
oTrtcrw

—Fem. I spake — —
.QJOl.
oV cIttov to
j/vib, prep.
7

._»ai, pi. __»_301.

Pret.
is

1.

sing,

of

above), with pref

)

which the vowel
(ch.
ii.

remitted.

._»?Zv£i5, after
7

me

fxov

12) after;

with

aff.

The particle 5 is employed to introduce a speech or This word, besides its simple and affixed forms, occurs in the following compound forms
1.

sing.

quotation.

;

1.

jAo jAo,
^)AiL,
—.i^jAlU
S.

one thing after another, in order, Acts

xi. 4.

2.

John

xi.

7,

11.

^'yl^
Afterwards.

^,

S.

Luke

xiL

4.

_^,

Hcbr.

iv. 8.

3.

JAi~) ^Sci, after, followed l)y a

noun,

ch. v. 4; S.

Matt.

i.

12.

S.

JOHN

I.

15,

16.

19

Ver. 15.

5

yAc^ _Sd, after

that,

poslquam, followed by a verb,

S.

Matt.

xxvi. 32; S.
4.

Luke

xxii. 20;

Acts

i.

3, 13.

As a noun in the def. state, with pref. back again, 2 S. Pet. ii. 21.
That after
vie

^,

]5Azii^,

to the back,

Transl.
is

He

cometh,

and was

before me.

<Jl_^, to

Him
prep.

here pleonastic.
before

See Cowper's Gr,
cfXTrpocrOiv
(jlov

§ 198.
(S.

.

1

V>r^,

me

I>0r.O

Matt.

v.

16),

Before; taking
S.

pi. affixes;

here with

aff. 1. pi.

—^,_D

,-iO, before,

John

xvii.

24.

.

.

V>,
S.
5.

n

^JiD, before me, ch. v. 7.
xiv. 30.

before that,
S.

priusquam,
19; xvii.

Mark
ii.

j

I>OrD,

5

^r^

r-^' ^^^ same,

John

xiii.

Chald.

Dip, Dip) Dan. t|t: t):

9,

and veiy frequently,

5

^^•^j

because on ^.^kD, prep. 0)i account of, Gr. Sia, eh. iii. For the sake of, Gr. cveKcj/, 29; S. Mark iv. 7; Rom. iv. 25. S. Matt. V. 10. Followed, as here, by >, Because, since; in order
that,

— — —

Gr.

Iva, S.

John

vii.

23;

S.

Mark

iii.

10.— Followed by

]jCTl,

or jjOl, to which

it is

Because of
xxiii. 34.

this,

therefore, ver.

sometimes joined as one word, it means 31, below; S. Matt. xii. 27, 31;

— Followed
it

by, or joined with, p.Lo, Wherefore, why'i

With
vii.

pron. affixes

takes the form AxAJ^n
;

;

as,

-

>A\KV>^ for
S.

iny sake, S. Matt.
25.
*•

v. 1 1

01 AX^lD (sAe heard) of Him,

Mark
^v

"
. I

"
.

iV) 001

.

Vi,

n He

''

.

is before,

anterior

to,

me

— Gr.

Trpwro's i^ov

— OOl

here represents the logical copula, and the two words are

~

pronounced as one,

Kadmoyu


A

p
»

7

^i
»

(^

,

noun masc.
ch.
v.
4,

The
Fern.

first,

preceding, ancient, elder.
jA-kiiDrlD, ch.
ii.

— Def.
»

(

SOr^,

def.
first,
,

11.

— Constr.
xi.

V),

o, used

as

an adverb,

for

the first time.

Acts

26;

xiii.

46.

PI. masc. def.
<fec.

JjISd^O

tliose

of old time,

the ancients,
v. 12.
pi.

S.

Matt.

v. 21,

PI. fern,

def

TAiiD,-0, Hebr.
Chald.

"•;^1p,
ver. 4

def
def

X^^lp, Dan.

vii.

24.— Fern.

def.

i^n-^lp,
t:t:I16.

;— PI.

XD^blD, ttt:|-

ver. 8.

rn/n

.

\Vn

V>

of His fulness
Fulness

— Ik
»

tov TrXr/pw/taros aurov

i

\V>,

noun fem.

—Def. ]Zo

\SP.

Occurs in the N. T. only

20

S.

JOHN

I.

16, 17.

Ver. 16. once elsewhere, with

aff. fern,

m/n

.

\V>^

its filling

up,

i.e.
-

thM
X

which
filled.

is

put in

to fill it

up, S. Matt.

ix.

16. R. (JiD, Pa.

>

^^j

.

N*^

—.J-K>,

we, all of us; all

we

7;/x,cts

Traj/res

——
S.

L.K*,

pron.

1. pi.

For

,--^o^ see note, ver.

3.

—ilCQJ, we have received
30),
took,

iXajSofiev

— Pret.
cut

1. pi.

of

dCQJ

(ch.

xiii.

obtained,
1,

bore

away;

off,

Luke

xxii.

|ZAj( «*im
\2i\ (pref.

duxit uxor em, married, S. Matt. xxii. 25.
pleonastic)

—"With

50.

»i:i

la^O »^£DJ, assumed an

^-R

appearance,
^
,

« 7
-

played
S.

the hypocrite;
vi. 2,

whence
Pret.

part. pi. \2i \^

..7 « *^<y>

hypocrites,

Matt.

&c

3. fern.

'AiimJ,

S.

Luke

vii.

37;
S.

xiii.

21.

2.

sing,

^nnni,

1 Cor. iv. 7.

1.

sing.
7

A^uCQJ,
S.

Matt.
7,

xxvii. 9; S.

Luke

xiv. 20.

3. pi.

masc. Q.CICDJ,

Matt. xvi.
ch. x.
vi.

&c.

Fern. ,jl.Cl£DJ, ch. xxv.

1, 3.
2.

2. pi.

^ZlClQU,
S.

8
18.
2. pi.

Fut. klilCOJ, S.
1. sing,

John

vi. 7.

sing. •*~^rr,}
S.

Mark

.^n^f, Phil.
S.

iii.

14.— PI. ^QTiiaj,
pi.

Matt. xvi.

5.

^nroZ,
Inf.

John

xvi.

24.— 1.

»ClCCU, S.

Mark
ch.

vii.

27

Im-

perat. >n<Y), S. Matt. xvii. 27,

&c.— PI.
&c
ii.

onm,

xxv. 28, &c.
S.

>'^mVn\
Fern.

S.

John
S.

iii.

27,

Part.
21.

ȣimj,
masc.
7

John
-

iv.

36,
S.

&c.

]iimj,

Mark

PI.

«-.rni
c

Matt. xvii. 24, &c.
iii.

— Coalescing
.

7

with -J-*j, _l_»_Ciau,

1 S.

John

22.

.<=^

\

..,
J

for, answerable
22.

in the above-mentioned phrase. — Constr. —avri— Preposition, in room Matt.
.

*-^rr\ i^

to

the
»

of, S.

ii.

—Takes
S.

^
<=^

7

.

1-

affixes of
thee,
S.

nouns masc.
xvii.

pi.

as

.

i

<=^N.kj, »^jl-2-^j>j,

for Me... for
S.

Matt.

27.

— v^OTO
S.

\ kj
40

,

for him,
j

Lukeii. 27.

^aiu_2iAja, for you,
xix.

Mark

ix.


kj,

>gl\»j,
changed,

because,

Luke

44.__R. v2lX>^, Pa. t'^N

exchanged.

Heb. ft/Hj noun, used as a prep. Numb,
17.

xviii. 21, 31.

lioainj,
masc.

the

Law — 6

v6^jlo<;

—Def.

of »CDQiDJ (1 Cor. ix. 21)
3.

noun

Law,

PI.

def IidqIqj, Acts xxxi.

S.

JOHN
lit.

1.

17,

18.

21

Ver. 17.

i-*-0,

hy, through,

at the

hand

of-

—Sta —See note,
S.

ver. 3.

%Oi(J\~iL\,

was given
3.

iSodrj

— Ethpeel

pret. 3. sing, of %^(TLt, gave.

Pret.
viii.

fern.

'Lci(J\lLX, ch. viL 39

;

Mark

vi.

2.— In Hebr.
.

6 the Yien. and some other Editions i-ead 'Ao01jZ|
QJ2)CTT-»Z"|,

3. pi.

masc.

Hebr.

ii.

4:

X

Fern. wi.rsOT-.Z'j, 1 Cor.
X

ii.

12 Matt,
12;

Fut. »r2)aT_»Aj, S. Matt.
xii.

vii. 7,

&c.

Fem. »_4.^(n_.ZZ,
xxi. 43;
S.

S.

39;

without
xi.

final

^,
19

S.

Matt.
Inf.

Mark
S.

viii.

S.

Luke
Part.

29; Eph.

iv.

OiDtJuAkll,

Mark

xiv. 5.

— —

]

s^<Jl^i^,

S.

Matt.

x.

19.— Fem.
John
v. 16.

l£)CJL.Ak}, ch. xvi.

4.

PI. masc. ^_*.r:2C7l_iASD, 1 S.

«-

>

*^,
siah.

the Anointed, Christ

Of form

part. Peil

a false

Christ, Antichrist, 1 S.

—noun masc. of o^ •^> anointed.— — John

Xpto-ros
ii.

def.

The Mes]

jJ-iij

j^

i

V),
i

18, &c.

PI. def. (-k»

>V)

13.

Heb. n^^;;:, Dan. ix.:— with aff. Ps. ii. 2, &c. — T «>.'"'?> tn "ill (ij no man ever, at any time V) * ^\ ovSeis vwirore iOoAS^

^

4.J, S.

Matt. xxiv. 24.

\

/

iaOoAk),

^oALD

^,

SnnAVnVn^

ever, sometimes.
:

Preceded or

followed by
1.

]j, never, in

various forms; as
i.

2. 3.
4.

^oASd y, S. ^oAk3 Xi, ]]" ^oAk) ^,

Luke
S.
S.

XV. 29; 2 S. Pet.
S.

10.
v.

^

Matt. xxi. 42;

John

37; Gal.

v.

16.

Luke

XV. 29; xix. 30; S.
S.

John

viii.

33.
xxi.

^oASnLD
34;
S.

]]",

S.

Matt. xxi. 16;
46; Eph.
v.

Mark
S.

ii.
i.

12, 25; S.

Luke

John

vii.

29; 2
23;
ix.

Pet.

21.

5.

P'vnn Avr>V)
xiv. 7.

S.

Matt.

vii.

33;

xxvi. 33;

Acts

x.

14;

— —

|ai_i\

(

.

>

'^-

'^

the Only-begotten

l^jCLlXIi, in the

bosom

ets toi/

— Gr. koXttov — Def
God
PI. def.

d /Aoi/oycn/s vid?.

(with pref. prep. %^) of
aff.

kOCLL, noun masc.
S.

Bosom,.

toCLL, with

^^

t

noS,

Luke

vi. 38.

22 vA
m^

S.

JOHN

I.

18, 19.

Ver. 18.

.

.

He

hath declared

eirjyijaaTo

— Ethpael
-

pret. 3. sing, of

jv •; smeared over, smoothed
self,

— Ethpe.
S.

'

^^

"j,

delighted himTrat^ctv, 1

was

delighted.

Inf.

r> .

vA «Vn\

to

play, Gr.

Cor.

X.

7.

Etlipa.

delighted {others) hy discourse, narrated,
3.

brought
Fut.

back

news.— Fret.
1

pi.

OjlILm'^,
sing.

Mark

v.

16,

&c

(v A »

Acts
S.

viii.

33.— 1.
V.

p.Aj|,

ch. xxviii.
S.

20
xi.
4.

Imperat.

\LL»X,
]^ a',.V>

Mark

19.— PI. aLLm]]
41.—PL

Matt.

_

Part.

Acts

xiii.

,_..IZ\'«V^, ch. xv.
of the eyes,

3, 12.

Heb.
Isai.

ny^
3.

^"^ smeared over;

was

closed,

dim,

xxxii

19.

t»»C7l

IJOIO, awe?

if/w's

is

—koI

avTf] la-riv
ii.

jjOl (always thus pointed
fern.

when
verb,

alone, as below, ch.
X

12),

Demonstr. pron.

._»ai, person, pron. fern,

here supplying the place of the subst.

and therefore losing its own vowel and taking the linea Pronounced with the preceding word as one, Hodoi. occultans.

— — —

See note, ver. 7. OlZ.05(TLCD, the record, lit. his record y} fxaprvpia The affixed jironoun is pleonastic, referring to the following noun.
r^, lohen
05,_»,

—ore— Conjunction. — aTreWetXav— Pael they
sent
(iii.

pret. 3. pi. of 5j_»

(Peal not used)
Ir-atJ, S.

Pa. 5r-*
xiii.

17.)

Sent^ sentforth^ sent
7 7

away

— Fut.
aff.

Matt.
7.

41.

^

1.

sing. 5,-»j, S.

Luke xx. 13; with

S.

John xvl

3. pi.

^\
n;

« V

S.

Matt. xxi. 34
S.

Imperat. 5,_», S.

Mark

v. 12.

Infin.

'I^\
7

Luke

iv.

18

Part. h'JtlD, ch.
7

xiii.

20,

I

y

7X7
^~3--»>i

below.— PI. ^Jr-MlD,
XXV. 27.

coalescing with ,-1-*j,

V>

,

Acts

^JOID, jyriests masc. A

icpets

PI. def. of

^O,

def ]jJll)

(S.

Lukei.

5)

noun

2viest.

Heb.

||i5, Ps. ex. 4,
Ezi-. vii.

and very frequently.
PI. def.
T

—Chald.
vi. 18,

jH^, def
&c.
ipwTTJaoicnv

Xin5, T-;-

12, 21.

X*in!), ch.
:t

-

-

m

.

ir)\] 1

1

^

that they might ask
fut.
3.

him
3.

to

ask him


.

ti'a

avTov

—Pael
>)

pi.

with

aff.

sing, (used as

a subjunctive

with pref
(ch. iv.

of^]-», asked, sought for,

intransitive.
»1>

— Pa.

\i]!!»

52) questioned, demanded.

—Pret.

7

3. pl,

a-i»^»,

ch. ix. 19,

S.

JOHN
afF.

I.

19, 20.

2r>

Ver. 19,

Fut.

^t^,

with

ch. xiii.

24;

xvi.

30.— 1.

sing.

^]L»f,

with

aff. S.

Matt. xxi. 24, &c
ch. ix. 21,

Imperat.
Inf.

\i(j», S.

John

xviii. 21.

—PI. oXti,
xxii.
S.

23
S.

a\t^kl2l, with
xvi. 5,

aff S. Matt.

46.

Part.
xii. 10.

^]I^,

John

&c.— PL ^.V]l<^^

Matt.

Heb.

Pi.

^X^,

legged, Ps. cix. 10.

Aj| _LD Ajj, who art thou?

— av

rts et;

Aj(, pers. pronoun; standing, in the second instance, for the subst.
verb.

_1d, pron. inteiTog. of the person.
y

Of the

thing, S.
iiL 2.

Luke

viii.

30.

Followed by
Chald.
20.
fc_»>0|0,

5

it

becomes a
Dan.

relative, S.

John

p,

-];b,

iii.

15; Ezr.

v. 3, 4, 9.

and he confessed— koX

w/AoXoyrjo-e

—Aphel
S.

pret. 3. sing, of

(,_»

(not used in Peal).

Pref. O, to

which the

first

vowel

is

remitted.

Aph. wi)0|,
iii.

confessed, professed,

with »^ of the

object, S.

Matt,
3.

6; x. 32.

Gave thanks

to,

with A,

John

xi. 41.'

—'Pret.
S.
vii.

fern. -ZiljoT, S.
xii.

Luke

ii.

38

Fut. "jjOJ,
x. 9.
i.

S.

Matt.

x.

32;

Luke
23; 41;

8.^2.

sing.

IjoZ, Rom.


1

1.

sing. ]'>o], S.

Matt.

X.

32
Matt.

Inf.

Q_.5akA, Eph.
etc.
7

16

Part. Ijok), S.
S.
i.

John
42,

xi.

S.

xi. 25,

PI.
7

masc.
-K

^jqId,
S.

John
9.

xii.

&c.—

7

Coalescing with ^_1_k», _J_»5Q1d,

John

Heb. Hiph.

nilH)
Part.

corfessed,

Ps.

xxxii.

5.

Chald. Aph.
ii.

Xlin,
N.B.

praised.

XIIH-^,

contr. ^^1)^,

Dan.

23;

vi. 11.

For verbs doubly imperfect,
denied

see Cowper's Gr. § 129.
pret.
ii.

7

r^^,

-qpvqa-aTo

—Verb Peal
Z;A^,
Rev.
iii.

Denied ;
iii.

refused, Hebr. xi.
pl. 0;.21I5,

24.
vii.

Pret. 2. sing.
pl.

13;

8.-3.

Acts

35.-2.
33, &c.

^1;Ad,
sing.

ch.

13,
S.

14

Fut. 5Q.21I1J, S. Matt.
xiii.

X.

2.

JO^loZ^,

John

38,

&c.— 1.
iv.

sing.

ja2ijOp\, S. Matt. X. 33, (fee— 1. pl.
;

jo^x^il, Acts

16

Part.

g^^
7

,

S.
p

Luke

xii. 9.

Pl. masc.

^ -:^^.

ch. viii. 45.

— Constr.

W.V.2LD, refusers of (thanks), unthankfxd, Gr. axapicrToi, 2 Tim.
iii.

2.

;

24
Ver. 20.

S.

JOHN
not

I.

20, 21.

(J

(

p]

Q^J

,

that

I am

— on ovk

elfil

tyw

—p

j ,

personal pron.

in the second instance supplying the place of the subst. verb,

and

forming the pres. tense of
21.

]ocJI.

See Phillips' Gr.

§ 33.

vjaiQ_^|_»0, a7id they asked him
see below) pret.
(S.
3.

koL rjpwTrjaav avrov
aff.

—Peal

(or Pael,

pi.

(pi-ef.

O and

3.

sing, masc.) of
3.

^p»
S.

Matt, xxvii. 58) asked, requested.
i.

Pret.

fern.

"ASJj*,
S.
1 S.

Luke
ix.

40.— 2.
pi.

sing.

J^]l, Hebr.
S.

x.

6.-3.

pi. pi.

q\\2,

Mark
John

15.— 2.
15

^AXU,

John
i.

xvi.

24.— 1.
.

^U,
S.

V.

Fut. ^].«_3, S.
sing.

James

6:— fern.

i

\Xȣ,

Matt. xiv.

7.-2.
xviii.
S.

19.— 2.
X.

^UZ" S. John xi. 22.-3. pi. pi. ^Ur^, S. John xiv. 13,
Imperat.
.

^V]«
&c.— 1.
iii.

y
pi.

S.

Matt,

^^J,
John
ix.
vii.

Mark

35

^]^
Mark

(in phrase) Tit.
vi.

15; 3 S.

ver. 15.

Fern.

i\l»,
«

S.

22.— PI.

al.]-», S.
S.

John

21, 23 (Vienna,
7,

— others
V>V
,

read (1^^», Pa.) xvi. 24;
S.

Matt.
ch. iv.
iii.

&c

Inf. ^'(

John

xv. 7

Part,

^ti,
Eph.
S.

9,

&c.

— Coalescing
S.

-with

p], pj^]l»,

I ask,

desire,

13.

Fem. P'U,
&c.

Matt. xx.

20.— PI.

masc.

^>V]«;
iii.

Matt.

vii.

11,

Coalescing with ^JLk», _J_»_\|^, Eph.
S.

20:

—with

^Aj(

^ZliAU,
xvi. 19.

Matt.

V.

47.— PI.

fem.

^U, Rom.
v>]j (or

xvi. 16; 1 Cor.

The phrase
S.

freqviently occurs
i.

1^ \ »
Luke
i.

after the peace of,

e.

saluted, in A^arious

|^ \ » *~^) eiiguired forms and persons ; see
.

Matt.

V.

47;

x.

12; S.

40.
(ch. xviii. 19),

N.B.

The

affixed pret.

forms aT\|ji
xxviii.

.mn\]«,

(as

above),
Peal.

.

»

io

\| » (Acts
is

18) are

commonly regarded

as

But v>^»

intransitive, or transitive only as regards the

thing asked,

e.g. ^'i

«

-j

cn^^-g) \i^», he asked


.

i.e.

asked for

body of Jesus. So in the Future forms with affixes, the meaning is, asked a person for a thing, i. e. asked a thing of a
the
:

person, the object being the thing asked for
petet ah eo, S. Matt.
vii.

e. g.

>rnn
12:

.

\| ^

i

9,

10;

S.

Luke

xi.

11,

— so

also

S.

JOHN
Mark

I.

21, 22.

25

Ver. 21.

>

.

1

.\ ]17,
»

S.

vi.

23
.

:

— ^CHO
1

.

\]^t

ver.

24;

>^C7l

1o\]^Z,

S.

Matt.

vi.

8j—

I

1o\]^Z,

S. Jolin xiv.

4.—

forms therefore, as, with affixes, have the same vowels in Pael as in Peal, and signify questioned, or demanded of- the direct object being the 2^erso7i asked or questioned, should be regarded as Pael. Compare S. John iv. 52; ix. 19, where this is the meaning, and the verb clearly Pael.

Such

pret.

Heb. ^^"i^, Ps. T

ii.

8.— Chakl.

^^^ •
;

,

Dan.

ii.

10, 11, &c.

— —

*doL, again
(l

(this is

not in the Gr.) Adverb: again, besides;

yet,

ch. xvi. 12.

V), what?

— — Interrog.
Tt;

pron. usually of things.
S.

Its

simplest

form

is

V^^ which occurs once,

Luke

i.

29, in the foi'm of

nyKn- nm

Kn

Such

is
7

the reading of the Vienna and
*,

many

.

p

»

Editions: others read Q_liD

= oai

(jJiD.

It

is

joined both with
i.

masculines and feminines, as

may be

seen, S.

Mark

27.
p

— "When
S.

IP jJ^HO, ivith

what,
xii. 5.

how?

S.

Matt.

y.

13.

— ]lV)\, for

what,

why?

John

— —

v^

>

nm

tJierefore,

]

>

m,
>
I

the

'^

<

— — Conjunction, — For Prophet, Prophet — or ._i_dJ, noun masc. A prophet. —
then
oZv
that
o Trpoe^ifrr;?
xiii.
vi.

Jl^SIiJ,

def.

of

PI. def.

]

i

m

,

ch. viii.

52,^^53.

Heb. ^>'2^, Deut.
def.
»V
«>

2.— Chald.
14.

fc^^^^,

def.

HX*^^, ph

X*S*1X —
1•

-Ezr- v.

1;

;

7

22.

Ajj CLliDO, and who art thou?

—Gr.

rt's et;

7

,_l0, interrog. pron. of

the person, coalescing Avith OCR, which i*epresents the subst. verb,
in pres.
3. sing.

Lit.

Who

is it (that)

thou
1. pi.

(art) ?

v>Ajj, that toe
of

may give — iva

Sw/acv

—Fut.
,

(as gubjunct.

with

j)

xiAj, gave.

A

verb used only in the Future and Infinitive,
see note, ver. 12.
iv.

the rest being supplied by *^ai_i
ch.
iii.

—Fut. ^AJ,
final wj,

16, &c.

— Fem.

^

V7/

,

Eph.
S.

29; and without
v. 26,

S.

John

XV.

4.-2.

sing.

^ZZ,

Matt.

<tc.— 1. sing.

\l^,

w.

c.

4

20

S.

JOHN
pi.

I.

22, 23.

Ver. 22.

S.

John

iv.

14,

&c.—3.
i.

^a^Aj,
v.

S.

Matt.
pi.

xii.

3G, &c.
S.

Fern.
vii.

^Aj,
6

S.

Luke

48;
S.
i-

1

Tim.

14.— 2.
<fec.

^LL]

Matt.

Inf.

^Z^LnX,
A^s-

Matt.
3;

vii.

11,

Heb. jn^j

and very frequently.
ii.

Chalcl.

THJ. like
13;
vii.

the Syr. only in

fut.

jriJS Dan.
Ezr.
vii.

16;

iv.

14; Ezr.

iv.

20:— and

inf.

mJJ^S,

20.

piQ^.ZiS,

an answer

aTroKpio-tv
rejily.

word, matter, cause,

— Def. — Constr.
aff.

of

I>Q_.tA2,

noun masc.
S.

A
iv.

JOT—^J isQ-tAs),
S.

Luke
47.

4.— PI.
In
T T
:

def. JlQj/.Ai),

with

^CTlOkllAs),
i.

Luke

ii.

later

Heb.
iii.

Q^inS)
16.

Esth.

20.

— Chald.
soul

the same, def.

i<)bilD3,

Dan.
of,

Edict, ch.
thyself,

iv. 14.

Letter, Ezr. v. 7.

yjL^l^
«

^ui»,

concerning,
i.

lit.

tJiy

Trepl

a-cavrov

^J
Matt.

(Acts
vi.

14)

noun fem.

The

said,

life.

— Def.

(.a-SlJ,

S.

25,

S.

Luke

ix.

56;

&c.— PI. ^1 ^\ Acts ii. 41.— Def. ]ZL^u2J, xxi. 26. With affixes, as above, often used as a

reflexive pronoun, ipse, ipsa.

,

Heb. ^Q^, Gen.
23.
\l-0, the voice jjlDl

i.

20,

30; and very frequently.
Voice, sound.

(jiwvrj

— Def. of ^\.0, noun masc.
of music,
S.

Constr.
(
I

^jD,

the voice

Luke

xv. 25.

PI. def.
xii.

p
1

,

in

phrase (Irb AJlo,
vi. 20.

lit.

daughters of

voices,

Acts
iii.

22;

Tim.

Heb. ^ip,
A\s, said.

Ps. xxix.

3.— Chald. 7p, Dan.

5.— Root Arab.

Ir^?, of one crying
(ch.
ii.

— ySowvTos— Part, (with
exclaimed; read
S.

afF. 5

of the genitive) of

1^^

9) called,
i.

(ch. xix. 20).

— Pret.
S.

3.

fem. 'L;^,
ii.

S.

Matt.
aflf.

25;

John
xv.

xi.

28.— 1.
pi.

sing.

A_.^,
John

Matt.

15;

with

S.

John
Matt.

15.— 3.
5

0-jD, S.

ix. 18,

<i:c.— 2. pi.

^A^i-D,
aff.

S.

xii. 3,

Fut. IJloj, S.
1

John

xiii.

38; with

ver. 48,
S.

below:
i.

—fem.
S.
i.

J}JDZ,
i.

Cor. xiv. 8; xv. 52.
vi.

2. sing.

Xi^C
—3.

Matt.

21;

Luke

13; S. Matt.
sing,

2 (Gr. o-a\7riags):

—fem. ^Inll,
pi.

S.

Luke
Matt.

31.-1.
23,

l^f,
pi.

S.

Matt.
S.

ix. 13,

&c.

yO-rT:!, S.

i.

(tc— 2.

^^r^Z*

Matt,

xxiii.


,

S.

JOHN

I.

23.

27
S.

Ver. 23.

9
S.

Imperat.
Matt.
S.

^lo,
9 xv.

S.

Matt. xx. 8;

Luke

xiv.

13.—PI.
Part.
xiii.

O^,
fern.

xxii.

Inf.
9.

];nV>\,
PI.
1

S.

Luke
S.

iv.

16

jj;-D,

Luke


.

masc.

^j~0,
viii.

John

13, &c.

coalescing with ^J_k»,

>;

O, Rom.

15
Cor.
S.

Part. Peil |;-0,
i.

Rev. xix.

13.

— Def.
xiv.

f-«;~D,

Rom.
21.

i.

1;

1

1.— PI.

masc.

r^lo,
xxii. 14.

S.

Luke
tIt

17,

Def. \llo,

Matt.

xx.

16;

Heb.

5<"lp,

Ps. xiv. 4;
iii.

and very frequently.
Bead,
ch. v. 8, &c.

Chald. X'^p,
t|:

proclaimed, Dan.
Ezr.
iv. 18.

4,

&c.

Part. Peil **lp,

I;

*^i^*^j in the wilderness iv T-rj iprjixu} Noun masc. def. (pref prep. '*0) a desert place, i.e. uninhabited, but adai)ted for pasturing
7

flocks,

driven thither for that purpose.
7

R.
7
'
_

^iI3 5,

drove; the noun
,

.7
j ,

7

7.7

being formed from Aph. ;^j *
_

part. ;^,1d.
), to
.7

evOvvare Quotation introduced by pref. 0Q_»J5, 7nake straight which the first vowel is remitted.
«

^

^

Aphel imperat.

pi.

of

|q_»

,

was equal

to,

worths/

o/!—Aph.

._»Q_»

|

made equal
7

or straight, agreed together, judged rightly.
able,

With
iii.

afi".

.7
(

__iQ_»
Pret.

,

hath made us

Gr.

,

/

c

tKavcocrei/

ly/xas,

2 Cor.

6.

2. sing.
.
T>

A_.Q_»f, S. Matt. xx.
7

12.— 2.

pi. I

^A^cL.]' Acts
.7
7

v.

.7

9

Fut.

(o

1,
.
-I.

1

Cor. vi. 5
7

Imperat. t-iQ™*!,
v.

pi.

0Q_»|, as

above

Part. |q_»1d, S.

John

18.

Heb. Hiph. niEJ^Hj

likened, compared, Isa. xlvi. 5;

Lam.

ii.

13.

0T-K»>0|, the

lowing
journey.

— His way, word — Gr. t^v
way
lit.

affix pleonastic, referring to
7

the

fol-

x.

o8oV.

s>j90|,
&c.

noun fem. a way,
PI. def. 1Xj1»5o"J, S.
pi.

xmth,

Def. Uj5o], ch.
Ps.

iv. 6,

Matt,
aff.

xxii. 9, &c.

Heb. rn^<,
Dan.
iv.

xix.

e.- ChaUl. n^X,

|nnX, with

34;

v.

23.

jjjiDj, of the

nin^ —
T
;

ix. 38).

(S. Matt. Lord Kn/atou Def. (pref. 5 of the gen.) of The def. form sing, is used exclusively for The LORD, and is by the Syriai\s styled the Tetragrammaton; in

\^


5,

which (they say) the Ld represents
"jZoiliJ,

jZ.OjlD,

Dominion;

— the

Majesty;

—and the

w-i, 1,

"jZoA-ij, Essence or Substance.


28
Ver. 23.
S.


23—26.


,

JOHN
vi.

I.

PI. def. X^^JD,

Eph.

9.— There
1

is also

a

pi.

of fern, form,
1

^•^,
viii.

S.

Matt.

vi.

24; S. Luke xvi.

13.— Def.
21;

TZo'-Sd,

Cor.

5 (with adject, masc);

Tim.
47;

vi. 15.
iv. 16,

Chald.

iir\f2,

lord,

Dan.

ii.

v. 2.3.

5

pj2_i(, as
xvi.
TTOJs;

— Ka^w's— Adverb,
JIow? — Gv.
TTws.

in its simplest

form

••>

-\

(S.

Matt,

11).
S.

(±11^1, either inteiTogative,

How?

John

iii.

9;

or,

Phil.
5
]
1

As, Gr. KaOu)<;, i. 8 (the pref.
,

Acts ii. 8; Kom. vi. 2; 1 S. John iii. 17; Hebr. iv. 3; How, Gr. ttws, Rev. iii. 3; w5,

) is

here pleonastic).
xx. 21; w?, S. Matt. i. 24; vi. 12; That, wcrre, S. John iiL 16; That, how,

'^ -1

as,

Ka$w<s,

S.

John
40;

iZa-n-ep, S.

Matt.

xiii.

oTTws, S.

Mark
these.

iii.

6.

24.

^QJOT,

thei/,

PI. of 001, demonstr. pron. masc.

(-a^t'^ r-^>
def.

'^ ffom among, the Pharisees

Ik twi/ ^apicraioiv
def.

PI.

of

yk^i^
15.

(Acts
y

xxiii. 6)

;

noun masc.

a Pharisee; of
_

form Part. Peil of t_»;^, separated.
Phil.
iii.

—Another form

»
f

p •

p

X

is

* ",^


25.

OCOl,

were —

^a-av

— Pret.

3.

pi.

of JOOI, with the linea occidtaiis, as

representing the logical copula.

Aj(

(iilLSD,

baptizest

thou

ySaTrrt^cis

—Aphel
«7

part,

(representing,

with Aj

j

,

the pi'esent tense
baptized.

2.

sing.) of JLciL,
-"

washed himself;
immersed, bapPut. yln:^,
r^3l.f, ver. 31,

was immersed,

— Aph.
1

,lQii|(Acts
Cor.
iii.
i.

i.

5),

tized.— Tret, l.sing. Z^OL"!',

14, 15, 16
sing.

with
33,
Inf.

aff.,

S.

Mark

i.

8

;

S.

Luke
pi.

16;— 1.

below

Tmperat.
1

,

Viv ]^
i.

n, V)v ')^

S.

Matt, xxviii. 19

0,^nsV)\,

Cor.

17.

— —
26.

t|,

if

— — Conjunction.
el
I

^.jA^

|j

,

thou be not

I 2. sing.

—av ovk —
el
1.

A-*]
X

with

affix, for

verb subst. pres.

See note, ver.

pJL, amwered^-dTreKpcOr]
to s])eak.

—Yerb
>

Peal pret.

3. sing.

Peplied, began
S.

Followed by *0, was anxious, careftd about,
1.

Luke
S.

x.

40
xxi.

Pret.

sing.

A

i

v
S.

Acts

xxii.

8.-3.

pi.

o(s,
3.

Matt.

27

Put. ]<

v\

Matt. xxv. 45,

i-c.

pi.

^QJ-^,

S.

JOHN

I.

26.

29

Ver. 26.

S.

Matt. xxv. 44
>
"^

Part.
,

]1L, fem.
iv.

]

.

1

\, S.

Luke
ii.

x.

40.— Part.

Peil

^ ]1l, pi. ^ Heb. n^j;, Gen.
ii.

1

Thess.

11; 2 Tim.
iii.

16.

xxiii.

14; Ps.

5.— Cliald.

HJj;. or J^JJ^,

Dan.

7, &c.

&c.
aff.

— — —

^OHlX,
]

to

>V'*'^

;

also

.pn Aii

.

masc. —Prepos. with rSart— Noun masc. used in the with water— 17; — and frequently. Heb. Q^/b, Ps. — Preposition among you — Gr.

them

avrois

3. pi.

Iv

pi.

only.

So

xviii.

«-i

j

jneVos
(S.
-

tJ/xwi/

.

i

)

i

O

(S.

Matt. xix. 10) and
plural affixes;
i.e.
ire

LL^JD

John
i
.

iv.
*->

31) Between.

Both take
them, xvin.

as ^CJlllO

.mn

between

Him and
thee, ch.

secret, S.
.

Matt. xx. 17.

—^

i

1

»

n, between

15. — ^mAi

«-^

among

them, ver.

2, 20.

^l-O, standing
ii.

i.e.

«/iere

standeth

€(TTr]K€v

—Part,
iv.

of

JsOOD

1>C10 (ch.

22) arose, stood up.

With
xi. 29,

^\£iiDqJ^, was opposed
S.

to, resisted,

S.

Matt.

V.

39; Acts xxvii. 15;
S.

James
sing.

7;

v, 6.

—Pret.
,

3.

fem. 'L'^L,

John
S.

&c.— 1.

ALod, Acts
Fem.
.

xxiv. 20.

—3.

pi.

Qlni),
pi.

Matt, xxvii. 52, &c.
1 Cor.

i'V)n
S.

Acts

ix.

39._2.
21, &c.
.

^Akii),

XV.

1

Put.

iOOQJ,

Matt. xvi.
xviii. v.

Fern, (without final

.Kr,nr^ ?

Acts xxvii.
S.

^) ^OjdZ, S. 15.— 2. pi. ^V>0 oL,
Imperat.
v.

Matt,
S.

16;

Matt.
S.

39.—
ii.

3. pi.

^akJOaJ,
Fem.
Inf.

Matt. X. 21
S. S.

^Q-D,

Matt.
S.

13,

20, &c.
xvii. 7

^"^nr^
^sOQLclL,

Mark
Matt.

41.— PI. aSDOiD,
&c

Matt.
(pron.

vi. 5,

Part.

Kho-yem) as above;
.

Fem. IIOj-D,
xi.

S.

Matt. xxiv.
7

^IjO 15.— PI.
V

masc.
i

Vn

>

o

p

^

S.

Matt.

5;

coalescing with

^-J-»-»,

^1

i

V)

n

,

Acts xix. 40.— PI. fem. ^jALd, S. Heb. Q!)p, Ps. iii. 8; and very frequently.

Luke

v. 2.

Chald. Q^lp,

Dan.

ii.

39, &c. &c.

— —

01^
^Aj"!

?,

whom
t ,

^

I

^.

— Comp. Heb. —Part. ye know—
otSare
2. pi.,

iflX--^£;J'{<.
pi.

of

Vi,-*

,

forming with
it

^Aj

j

the present tense,

and pronounced with

as one word,


30
Ver. 26.
yoditun. Gr. § 38:
S.

JOHN

I.

26, 27. .
I
.

•>

The words are Cowper § 91.

often joined, as .nA

^

v^

,

See Phillips'

27.

pj ]q_»

(pron. Shoveno),

I am

loorthy

ei/xi

a^tos

— Part,
to^

(with pron.

expressing the Pres.
for, sufficient for.
7

1. sing.)

of ]q_», vxis equal
S.

worthy, fitted
vii.

0Q_»,

ch. XX. 35.

— —The object
Pret.
1.

sing. A_»Q_»,
(if

Luke

7.-3.

pi.

any) when a noun,

is

preceded
x. 7);
ii.

by _^

(except, in the Gospels, S. Matt. x. 10; S.

Luke

when
3. pi.

a verb, by

j,

as in this place
V.

Put. |q_«_3, 2 Cor.

16.

^00

\, 1

Tim.

17.— 2.

pi.

vOQ_»r, S. Luke xxi. 36

Part. fem. ]-*aj», S.
iii.

Luke

xxiii. 22.
1

PI. masc.

^Q-»,

S. S.

Matt.

8,

&c

Part. Peil ]q_»,

Cor. xv.

39:— Fera. Uq-»,

Mark

xiv. 59.

j;.Qj[^ AjQ_», equal in honoicr, 2 S. Pet. i. 1. .07.. y —PL masc. ^Q_», def. (-»Q-», Rev. xxi. 16. PI. fem. _jQ_», From this verb are derived S. Mark xiv. 56.
•Ji

— Constr.

..


:

..

\Lo^O-», noun fem.
viii.

def.

Parity, equality, justice,

Rom.

xv. 5; 2 Cor.

13,

U;

Col. iv. 1.

Aj|-»Q-», adv.

Equally, Acts

xi.

17;

1

Cor.
iii.

xii. 25,
viii.

Heb.
V.

rW,

followed by 3, Prov.

15;

11.

Also Esth.

13;

vii. 4.

By

7, Esth.

j;_»|5, that
3,

I should

unloose, to
is

— Chald. — Fut. unloose —
iii.

8.

see note, S.

John

xi. 2.

Iva Xvo-o)

1. sing. (pref.

to

which the vowel

remitted) of ];_»

(S.

Matt, xiv, 23),

loosened, dissolved, broke a law, dispersed, destroyed; sent

away,

absolved ; freed from bonds or burdens; whence, took up abode, From the original idea of loosing, are deand, generally, dwelt. rived other secondazy meanings; as, Pa. opened an undertaking, Ethpa. was loosed from hunger, i.e. dined; whence i.e. began.
jZ.O}_»,

a meal, feast.
3.

Pret.

fem. 'Li^», dwelt, 2 Tim.
ii.

i.

5.


*

1.

sing.
iv.

Zl»;_»,

I

sent

(them) away, 2 Cor.
7

13.

7

3.

pi.

0;_»,
.7>

Acts
S.

21,

(fcc.

1. pi.

__.^, we
aff., S.

abode, Acts xxi. 7
xix. 12;

Fut.

|;_«_J,

Matt.

v.

19; with

John

—Fem.

\i-mL (without final wj), S.

Mark

x.

12.

2. sing.

ltl»Z, S. Matt. xvi.

19.— 3.
^;_»Z,

pi.

A

« y

(that) they

may lodge,
8.

S.

Luke
S.

ix. 12.

2. pi.

S.

Matt,
S.

xviii.

18; xix.

1. pi. 1;

« \

Mark

x. 4

Imperat, ^i-»,

Matt, xiv, 15,

S.

JOHN
&c

I.

27, 28.

31

Ver. 27.

&c.— PL
Part.

0}-», ch. xxi. 2,

Infin. ][

>0^V,

S.

Mark

xv. G

");_», S.

Jolin

v.

18; xix. 12, &c.

PI. masc. _»;_», S.

Mark

xi. 4, 5,

&c
7

Part. Peil ]l^, S. Matt. xvi. 19; xviii. 18:

—Fern.
with verb

|_t^, remaining,
.7
7

abiding,

1

S.

John

ii.

14:

coalescing with
T

•_iZ!l3],

vjAj;_»,
S.
n
-;

S.

Luke
ii.

xiii. 12.

—PL masc.

—t;.^,
8:

S.

Matt. ix.

36;
7

lodging,
7
1

Luke

7;

abiding, ver.

—coalescing
From
this
1

_1_K»,

»^
:

we

abide, are at home, 2 Cor. v. 6.

are derived
.-j;-*,

noun masc.

A
def.

loosening.
i.

Def.
20.

(->;_•,

Divorce,

Cor.

vii.

27.

—I
.0

nterjjrelation, 2 S. Pet.
_

IP

jAj;_»,

nounfem.
iv. 12.

A joint. PL _j"^,
of Peal part. act.
loose,
set

_

_

Eph.

iv. 16.

—Def.

»0

p

P

JAjV-»>

Heb.

Form

Heb.

n*l£J^> ^^^ T T
oi'

at liberty, once,
ii.

Job xxxvii.

3.

Chald. X'n^'
set free;

i^'l^ (Dan.

22) loosed knots, hard questions;
iii.

remained, dwelt, Dan.

25;

v. 16.
. P

— —

.

1,

7

|Dp»,

^Ae latchets
fern.

—Gr.

toi/ t/Aaira

— PL

7

def. (of

masc. form) of PO;^,

noun

A

cincture, girdle, fastening.

Def. |A^;-L, S.

Mark

i.

6; Acts xxi. 11.
«_»01QJ_CD1D),

—Also,
shoes

in

pi.

Thongs, Acts xxiL 25.
V7ro87;/u,aTOS

of His
5

— avTov...Tov
''

—-PL

(with

aff.

pron. and pref.

of the gen. with

before a vowelless letter) of

<y>^ or /laikJ, noun masc.

A sandal.

— Def.

(l fY^V)

or pjlOlD.

PL
"7
28.
fc_»001,

def.

]

^r^^

(or Ij^CISd), S. Matt. x. 10,

&c.— R.
3.

^, put on
^
P

were done, took place
>

— Gr. iyevero — Pret.
demonstr. pron.
pi.

pL fem. of (OCH,
gender.

agreeing with

^'"",
(4).

com.

See

Cowper's Gr.

§

179

5

];.OXC), on the other side

of,

beyond

ivepav

;*'^S,

def (;OS, noun

masc.

The

act of passing over;

the region beyotid.

— (;*~iSO,
(;^H,
over,

on
S. S.

the other side, S.

Luke
5, &,c.

viii.

26.

j;Jll!Ok, to the other side,

Matt. xiv. 22; xvi.

Also, as a preposition,
in this place;

Mark vl

53.

j

"Itnsn, beyond, as
iv.

j Ir^::^!

,_iO,

from

beyoiid, S.

Matt.

25,

&,c.

?

|;.ns\,

to the otlier

side of.


*^2

— —

S.

JOHN

I.

28, 29.

Ver. 28.

S.

John

vi.

1;

x.

40; xviii.

1,

&c
S.

PI.

clef.

Vj^,
iv.

with

aff.

w»CJI0'^r:i2i,

CTUiVmL, both pleonastic,
1.

Matt.
Ezr.

iv. 15; xii. 42.

Heb. nnj;, Gen.

10.— Chald. ^l^y,
of
place,

10, &c.

?

\^], where
The

oirov

— Adverb

compounded of

p+

«_»").

particle of interrogation %^] /=

Heb. ^X,
(

*J^\ enters into the

composition of several words; as M->h

^^
viii.

'
| j

pjlu|, &c.

So

also \D (Heb. |^3) thus, also here, Gen. xxxi. 37)

with preposiAence,

tions
S.

becomes j£i^,
ii.

hither,

S.

Matt.

29;

John
^L»]

— ]^V^^
iii.

16; xviii. 36.

(without

where?

ch. xi. 34.

—"With
it

5)

where, S.
pref.

John xx.

2.

— Interrogatively,
8.

^,

t£l-»|J,

whither, ch.
ch.

Followed by 001,

.0.7
1*^ -(

becomes QUjI, where is?

vii.

11.

i>

^,

where, from whence, S. Matt. xxv. 26.
Sol.
i.

Heb. n^^X, Song of
T

7.—^b^^^,

2 Kings

vi.

13.


29.

JOOI (JklLiD, was baptizing

^i'..,/3a7rTt^(Dv

— See note,

ver. 25, above.

Part, and subst. verb, forming the imperf. tense. Gr. §38; Cowper § 82.

See Phillips's

Ol5A^5 day

PiDQ~»._iO,

and on

— Gr.

tt}

iTravpiov

sonant; and prep.

performed; as Lat.

day which (was) after it, i.e. the next O with ^ before a vowelless conmarking the time at which an action is _l, ad diem insequentem.
the

Pref.

|Sdq_», def. of i»OQ_»,

noun masc.
,

A

day, occurring in the
iv.

expressions I>OQ_i
ii.

.

V) iOQ_i day by day, 2 Cor.
.^kl),
.,

16; 2 S. Pet.

8.

55, &c.

—^Q_» ^kD or iOQ_»— —The has a masc.
pi.

every day, daily, S. Matt,
7
.

xxvi

foi'm

V V>r>

S.

John
S.

ii.

19, 20,

&c.— Def. jkJoI,
&c.
;

Gal.

iv.

10.— Constr. JllDol,
(S.

Matt.
is

ii.

1,

—and

a fem. def. ]ALdcLi
S.

John

ii.

12),

which
iii.

joined

with masc. verbs, &c. see

John

vii.

14; S. Matt.

1.

Heb. and Chald. QV> frequently.

— —

|01, behold!

— — Interjection.
tSe

OljiDJ, the

Lamb

(affix pleon.)

6

'A/ifo's

^SdI (Rev. xvii. 14)
viii.

noun
I'^l,

masc. A Iamb, sheeiy. S. Matt. vii. 15, &c.

Def. ItiiOl, Acts

32.

PI. def.

;

:

S.

JOHN

I.

29—31.

33
17;
vii.

Ver. 29.

Chald. nte^^,

pl-

pi^J^, Ezr.
(lit.

vi. 9,

17.

\\ci »; OCn,
v^(^

who, which

He

who) taketh away

o olptav

—Part, of
xcife,

(ch. V. 9).
(S.

Carried, hore up, took, removed; took to
v. 32),

married

Matt.

corresponding with the Heb. Xb^Ji also
T T
1.

departed, S. Matt. xix.

Pret. 3. fern.
12,

Axo
7

«^ S, Matt. xiii.
ch. xvi.
aff. S.

33.-3.
Put.

pl.

o\n>, ch. xiv.
1,

&c.— 2.
sing.

pl.

^A\A .
8

8

^nn •

S.

Matt.

V.

40.— 1.
S.

^0 n »')^ with
vi.

John

XX. 15.
S.
xi.

3.

pl.

^Vr^
with
aff.

«'i
S.

Mark
xix.

Imperat. ^Q.Q_»,

Matt.

ix. 6;

John
«

15.— Pl.

oV on
(

«
-

S.
»

Matt.
\<^ «,

29

Part. pl. masc.
i.

nc"!

;

those hearing the fasces,
xvi.
S.

e.

the lictors
-

— Constr. — Gr. tovs
Mark
ii.

/}'^

»

pajB^ov-^ov%,
3,

Acts

35, 38.
xix.
_^
.

Part. Peil VV
17, &c.

^

«

,

S.

and

actively,
15.

John

—Fem.
S.
"

constr.
vi.

AAj_Q_», Rev.
55,
ifec.
:

xii.


«_

Pl.

masc.
1

\ o
. I

•^

Mark
iv. 10.

— coalescing

with
>

-_J_*j,
.

I

\ O
.

», 2 Cor.

—Constr.
.

IItdqId
*

.

V o
7

I

hearing hurdens,

i.e.

heavy laden,

S.

Matt.

xi. 28.

Heb. 7p^, suspended, weighed out money, Gen.

xxiii. 16.
*»»_^_kj,

mA

.

JK

^^

the
»>

sin

(affix

pleonastic)

rrjv

afxapTiav

def.

jA

.

^

(ch.

viii.

34, 46),

noun fem.

A

sin,

crime.

— R.

|-6^»>j,

sinned.

Chald. ^DM, with
T—

aff.

Dan.

iv.

24.

31.

OT--i.

A-»001

^Xr-»

(J?

I knew him

not

— ovk

rjSeiv
1.

avrov

—Part,

and

subst. verb

forming the imperf. tense,
should be
.

sing.

7
*

1*

^&,_>AJ9,
I

that

He

hwwn, made
.
.

manifest


.

tva

cf>av€p(x)Oy

— —

'

Ethpeel

fut. 3. sing. (pref. 5,

giving force of subj. mood) of
vi.

VJ,_».

Knew.

— Ethpe.
pl.

VSpjZj (S.

Mark
i.

14)

Tl'as

known, made known.
sing. AlflZ"!"
3. sing.

Pret. 3. fem.
xiii.

'LLZI]] ^cts

19,
iv.

&c.— 1.
9
pl.

1

Cor.

12.— 2.

^Al^^^Zl' Gal.
ii.

Fut.

fem. (without

final w.)

^l^Ll, Acts

14,

&c.— 3.

^Ol^plAj, S.

John

iii.

21

w.

c.

-

5


34
S.

JOHN

I.

31, 32.

Ver. 31.

Fern.
S.

I^r^Aj,
vi.

Phil. iv. 6

Part. v{^A£d, S. Matt.
tense,
iv.

xii.

33;

Luke

44: forming
iii.

pres.
S.

S.
2.

John

x.

14.

— Fem.
15,

iLylASD, 2 Tim.

9j

1

John

poi nS^V),
above.

because of

this,

therefore

8ta tovto

—See

note, ver.


32.

,VlS(

(JLiOOj, that

I might

baptize with water

— Gr.

iv t<3

uSan

(SaTTTi^wv

—See

note, ver. 25, above.

;io|0 JtJLCDJ, bare record arid said
tense followed

—Gr.

ifiaprvprjo-cv, Xe'ywv

— A past
by

by a

part, in Gr. is usually rendered in Syr.

two

preterites connected

by O.

pKjO^^, the Spirit
cusative.
X

to Ilvevfjia

Px'ef.

_^ marking the object or ac-

K>^Oy, (S. Matt. V. 3)
Spirit,
S.

noun com. but generally used
Def.

as a feminine,

wind, breath.
xi.

pa09. —
iv.

PI.

(masc. form) _j_k»0),

Luke
Heb.

26;
def.

1

S.

John

1.— Def.
xii. 9,

]Lo'i, S. Matt, vii 25,

&c.— PI.
Dan.
ii.

fem.
h^l^lj

]2lLo5, Hebr.
i.

23.—
wind, Diviiie Spirit,
A-ii.

Gen.

2.

— Chald. TVD,
5

spirit,

35;

v. 12,

20, &c.

PI. constr. *ni*l, ch.

2.

|A.kkJ5,

descending— Kara^aZvov—Pref

marking the

pai'ticiple

used

as such; see Cowper's
Part. fem. of
S.

Gram.
(ch.
ii.

§ 211. (5).

AI>J

12)

Went down. Pret.
sing.

3.

fem.

2Aj^,
vi. 38,

Mark

i.

10; S.

Luke
ver.

iii

22.— 1.
S.

2XkJ,

S.

John

&c.— 3.

pi.

oAjIj,

16;

Mark

iii.

22.-2.

pi.

^LlL^,
kc
Inf.

1 Cor. xi. 17.

1. pi.

^AjIj, Acts xx. 13; xxvii. 2
Q_K», S.

Fut. Zq_kkJ,
49,

John

iv.

LL^\ Rev.
Heb.
Dan.
"

xiii. 13.

nm,
10,

Ps. xxxviii.

3.— Chald. nn:,

part.

nHJ

{=m\

iv.

20.—

r-^» from Heaven

ei ovpavov

—A

pi.

noun

def,

with or with-

out Ribui: in the former case always constructed as a plural: in the latter sometimes with a
pi.

(as ver. 51, below),
iii.

—sometimes

with a sing, verb, as in

S.
i.

Matt.

16.
PI.

Heb. D^pt^, Gen.
18,

1.— Chald.

def ^>'^^, Dan. u.

I'c—

S.

JOHN

I.

32—35.

35
PI. def. (of masc.

Ver, 32.

(JO-*,

a dove
ii.

Treptarepav
16, &c.

—Noun
PI.

fern.

form)

Xial,

ch.

U,

Heb. niV, Gen.

viii. 8.

'A_»Q_DO, aiid
«

it

abode, remained

Q^^V, Song of

Sol.

i.

15.

koI e/xuveu
X
7

—Pael
i.

pret. 3. sing. fem.

of (CLO (Peal not used) Pa. »_»Q_Q (S.
severed, expected, waited.

Luke

22) Eemained, peri.

OjCLD,
Put.

S.

Matt. XV. 32.
S.

— —
S.

Pret.

1.

sing.

AjQ_D, Gal.

18.

3. pi.

1. pi.

^Q-O, Acts xx.

15; xxviii. 12
ix.

loQJ,

John

iii.

36, &c.;

Fem. ]cloL, Eom.

11.

2. sing.
i.

IodZ, Rom.
3.

xi. 22.

1. sing,

loo]"

1

Cor. x\d. Q; Phil,

24.
pi.

pi.

^CLQJ,

John

xv.
pi.

16; Fem.
1,

^CLQJ,
vi. 1

ver.

7.

2.

^OQJDL, same verse.
iii.

1.

(on
S.
]

E.om.

Imperat.

]cLOy 2 Tim.

14.— PI. OQ-D,
56, &c.
_ _

John
.n oVrt
_

xv. 4, 9,

&c
7
i
T>

Part.

InnV),

S.
><

John vL
7

—Fem.
in,

ver. 33, below.
7


7

PI.

masc. _.Q.q1d, Acts xxiii. 21; coalescing with ^-J->a,

.noVn

Rom.

viii.

25; Gal.

v. 5.

Heb. i^)p, waited for, hoped
xxxvii. 9; Ixix.
7 7 7

only in part. H^p, Ps. xxv. 3;

7.

33.

t-i^h^^

r^'

^"^

^^**^ *^**^ ^^^

—Piel H^p* —
'I'

trusted in, Ps. xxv. 5, &c,
TTc/A'/'as
ju-c

^

—Interrog. pron. with
Cowper
§ 74.

5,

used as a relative; see Phillips's Gr.

§

26,

Verb Pael

pret.

with

aff.

1.

sing.

.->CT1o\s ....
~
7

5

]i_»|5, that he,

on

— See note, whom — Gr.

ver. 19, above.

c^' ov

P-j], fem.
j

j_i|,

mterrog. pronoun, used like the preceding, with
Pref. j, introducing the speech,

as a
first

relative.

and taking the

vowel.

JQJDJ 1-KjOt.O, with the Spirit of holiness
Iv IIvtu/xaTt
ayt<i)

i.e.

with the Holy Ghost
5

— p^09 with
»
P
-x f\

pref. prep.
-x

see last verse.
i.

of the

gen. prefixed to ^»>Q_D, def. of

»_»OrD (Rom.

4)

noun fem.
3.

5Q_0, the
7

Holy

of Holies, Hebr. ix.

R.

t.^r-'^,

Pa. «_»r-D> sanctified.
ii.

Heb.
35.

2J'"lp> Ps.

6

and frequently.

P;~K»

j

(IdQ

i

N

,

the next

day

ttj

liravpiov

— Equivalent

to y^r, \

\

CTIjAr:?, ver. 29.

36

S.

JOHN

I.

35, 36.

Ver. 35.

Def. of

^i^]

(ch. v. 7, 42, 43,

&c.).

Aywther—

....

^]-»J\
\\
«

—^i.^0,

one...

and

aiiother, ch.

iv.

37.

—Also

yet; as

\

<">

__i;_K»(, yet

a

little

while, ch. xii. 35;

xiii.

33; xiv. 18.

Fern. def.

|Z;_»^|, ch. vi. 22,

<fec.

PI. masc. ^_i_3';jo], ch. xix. 18, &c.
fern.

— Def.
&c.—

Ij^I,

ch. iv. 38,

&c.—PI.
John
iv.

^.i-J-^l, S. Matt.
&c.
ii.

xii.

45,

Def. I'aIj-^], S.

vi. 23,

Heb. nnX, Gen.
the
fern,

25.— Chald. pn&^, Dan.
n^^Pti^V
-TIT
;

11, &c.;

and

form '^y^^

/for
V

ver. 39,

ifcc.

— —

^

__»5Z.O,

and two

•t:t

koX ^vo

—Cardinal numb. masc.
See note, ch.
vi. 7.

Pref.

O with

'

before

a vowelless consonant.
.

.mn^

Vox/ _Ld, of his disciples Ik twv fxaOrp-wv avTov PI. (with V^N/ noun masc. A disciple, one who learns affixed pron.) of
>
«
.

^

7
(,
i

from
def,

another.

Def.
in

V>\Z,

ch.

xviii. 15.

PI.

.,

.

Vn\7^
*7)b7>

1,

.^\/

J

the same

verse.

Root

,1q2i,

Heb.

taught.

Heb. n^p^M,
36.

1

Chron. xxv.

8.

^jjO,

and he looked
;--».

—Gr.

koI e/A/JXci/^as

—Verb
Mark
13.

pret.

3. sing. (pref.

o)

3Q.KJ

Gazed earnestly upon,

expected, waited for,
xiv. 67; S.
3.

with %^ of

Z7 f.>a, S.
56.

Luke

xxii.

1.

sing. Z;_K»,
S.

Acts
ix.

xi.

6;

xxii.


S.

pi.

0;_>^, S.

John
Fut.

xiii.

22:

Mark
vii.

8:— Fern.
3.

^V-»-»,

Mark
John

xvi. 4
xix. 37.

jQ-kkJ,

Acts

32.

pi.
1.

^jQ-kO,
pi.

S.

2. pi.

^5a.KjZ., S.

James

ii.

3.
iii.

5Q_k»J, Hebr. x. 24;
29.

xii.

2
vi.

Imperat. 5aao, Acts

4;

iv.

PI. OjOj-j, S.
v.

Matt.

1,

26
i;
>

Part. 5J>j (pron. Khoyar), S.
''^

Mark

32, <kc.

PI. masc.
viii.
p

with

_i^

of the object, Gr. 7rpoo-8oK<Sj/Tes, S.
7 7
.

Luke

40:
o


S.

r
i;
t

»
_

coalescing with -JL*j,

1

kj,

2 Cor. iv. 18.

— Fem.

^;.*-k»,

Luke

iv. 20.

w»_ikOlLD j^, walking, as

He

loalked

— Gr.

irepnraTovvTL

— Participles,


S.

JOHN

I.

36, 37.

37

Ver. 36,

used as such

(i.e.

not forming a tense) have commonly before
<"
''

them

^

7

or

5. *

See above, ver. 32, note.
Pa. j^_iai (ch.
xvi. 6
;

Pael Part, of yb^G^ (not used in Peal).
Walked, journeyed.
Pret. 3.
Col.
iii.

v. 9).

pi.

OliAOl, Acts

Hebr.

xiii. 9.

—2.
ii.

pi.

^AoSoi,

7; ^L^O<Ti
xii.

^A^OI
iii.

(pluperf), Eph.

2.— 1.
John

pi. .-l^ScTl,

2 Cor.

18; 2 Thess.

7

Put. y,^<JU,
pi.

S.

xi.

10.— 1.

sing. ^ScJll", 2 Cor. vi.
pi.

16.— 3.

^OliXcTU,
pi.

S.

Mark

xii.

38.-2.

^nSoiZ,
Inf.

Eph.

iv. 1,

&c.— 1.

*^CJU,

Rom.

vi. 4,

&c

Imperat. j^AOl, S. John

v. 8, 11, 12, &c.
vii.

Pi.

nn^ m
XX.

ch.

xi. 15,

&c

OIiXctiIdI^, ch.
S.

1;

S.

Luke
masc.

46

Part.
S.

fem.

"jliXcniD,
vi.

Mark

v.

42.

—Pi.
^
1

—v^cniD,
Rom.
viii. 4,

John

66,

&c.;— with ,A^,

nNoilD

&c.
i.

Heb.

"rrSn, Ps.

1,

and very frequently.— Pi.

^Tj^'/'l,

1

Kings
Chald.

xxi. 27; elsewhere

always in poetry, as Ps. xxxviii.

7,

&c
25;

Pa. *r,^n, Dan.
37.

iv.

26.— Aph.

*^7^^J, part. ch.

iii.

iv. 34.

OiiQjO, and

they heard

koI rjKovaav
7

— Pret.
(ch. S.
aff.

3. pi.
iii.

(pref.

O with

'

before a vowelless consonant) of
2.

W^O 9

32).

Heard.

Pret.
sing.

sing.

A vCn «

^

Rev.

iii.

3

:—with
34:

John

xi.

41.-1.

AvV>l
—1. —1.
25,
.

ch. viii. 26,

40; xv. 15.-2.

pi.

^Ail£L»,

ch. v. 37, &c.
i.

pi.

^v^«
S.

,

ch. iv.

42;

xii.

^l\V)>,
.

2 S. Pet.

18
iii.

Put. ^iklaJ,
sing.

Matt,
S.

xviii. 17,

&c.— Fem.
4.-3.
S.

1

SV)>Z, Acts
1,

23.
v.

Mlk»l^ 3
^Imperat.

John
pi.

ver.

pi.

^\V)«
xiii.

S.

John

28
in

Mki^,

Q_Lkij,
Inf.

Matt.

18:— with
Matt.
iii.

aff.

.

v<^ n .

^

S.

Mark
John

vii.

14

MV)»V>\,
Mkl^
1
,

S.

xiii.

17,

&c.

:— with

aff. S.

vi.

60

Part.

S.
,

John

8,

«&c.—

Fem. "iikL*,

ch. x.

3.— PL
1

masc.

^

S^O •
i.

ch. v. 25, &c.:


,

coalescing with ^pAj], yOA
S.

SV) •

,

Phil.

30.— PL

fem.

^SV)«
2.

Matt.

xiii.

16

Part. Peil

Wi

Vt,

Acts xv. 24; xix.

Heb.
Dan.

'^}2'^, Ps. vL

9 (and very frequently).— Chald. "^1^^,

v. 14, 1^6.


38
Ver. 37.
S.

JOHN

I.

37, 38.

^0T_.5Z., the two, those two
ver. 35) with pi. affix.

ot

8vo

— The
§ 31.
/cai

numeral

(see

note,

See Phillips' Gr.

Q_^l|o,

and

they went, (with.

hL^) followed
first

yjKo\ov6y](Tav
is

—Pret.
^1
j

3. pi.

(with pref. O, to which the

vowel

remitted) of

(ch. iv. 47).

Went, went away.

— For the peculiarity of
111
sing.

this verb,
(1).

see Phillips' Gr. § 40 (9); Cowper's Gr. § 108 (6); Pret.
ix. 11.
3. sing. fern.
•Zlii.lf,

ch. iv. 28,

&c.— 1.

Al^Jf, eh.
oh. xxviii.
ix.

3. pi. fern.

-

"^l],

S,

Matt. xxv. 10;

^ V \\X,
S.

8,

11.— 1.

pi.

^iT
John
^il,
S.

Acts
vii.

xxviii. 14;

^i\lX

Luke
S.

13
ix.

Put. ^i]j, S.
&c.

35,

&c.— 2.
xvi. 7,
S.

sing.

%i\C,
pi.

Mark
S.

43,

1.

sing,

John

&c.— 3.

^olJlj,

Matt.

viii.

18,

&c.— 2.
xiv. 31,

pi.

v9-^lU>

John
x>i,
,

xv. IG,

&c.— 1.
iv.

pi.

^l]j,

S.
.

John
>

&c

Tmperat.

S.

John
ii.

50, &c.

— Fern.
of these

\j vpr 16,&c.— Pi. masc. a\l
xxv.
9,

S.

Matt.
vi.

8,&c.— Fern. ^-iSf,
Most

ch.

&c

Inf.

^i]kA,

S.

John

67, &c.

forms are of very frequent occurrence.

Heb.
23; V.

StJ^, Pi'ov. XX.

14.— Chald.

^T^<,

Dan.

vi.

19; Ezr.

iv.

8, 15.

.001^,

pers. pron. dat. pleonastic, after
(6).

verb of motion.

See Cowper's

Gr. § 198


38.

V^O-A^) OlJAo, after

Him

that (is) Jesus,

i.e.

after Jesus.

For the

pleonastic use of pronouns, see Phillips, Gr. § 55: Cowper, § 198.

fcjJLaZIo, and

He

turned Himself

— Gr. o-rpae^ets Se — Ethpeel pret.
vowel
is

3.

sing, (pref O, to

which the

first

remitted) of \lj2i. Turned,

returned.

Ethpe.

Was

turned, turned himself.

Pret.

3. sing. fern.
i.

•LLi^I^,

ch. XX. 14,

16.-1.
xi.

sing,

t
pi.

.

1

<^lX, Rev.

12.-3.

pi.

a_,_L23Zt, Acts ix. 35;
1 S.

21.— 2.

^Aj_L2)Zf,
xvii.

1

Thess. i 9;

Pet.

ii.

25
40,

Fut. "il^Aj, S.

Luke

4.-3.
iii.

pi.

^QJLqAj,

S.
1

John
pi.

xii.

&c.—

2.

pi.

^OJ^ZZ., Acts
.

26;

xiv.

14;—

\L2iLl, ch. XV. 36

Impcrat.

i

1

^Z.( (the vowel of the
ix.

second rad. thrown back ou the

first), S.

Luke

38

;

xxii. 32.


S.

JOHN

I.

38.

89

Ver. 38.

PI. Q_l^Z"j, Gr. ImfTTpiij/aTe,

Acts

iii.

19

Pai^t.

"[l^Ak),

pi.

masc.
cli.

.

1

g^AVn Acts xv. 1 9

;

—combined with
masc.

^-i-*Jj

—J_i.J_2)AlD
its

xiii.

46.
3. pi.

v9^|> them

— avTous—Pers. pron.
\

This pronoun, with

fem.

l]

,

is

used as an accusative after a transitive verb.

The

other pers. pronouns are nominatives.


<n5A£2 _jZ(5, folloioing

Him —^Gr.

a.Ko\ovQovv7a.%

— See

note, ver. 7.

Bor the prefixed

j, see notes, ver. 32, 36.
?

^ Aj

I

^^

>..Sn
pi.

,

(pron. ho-e-tuit) seek ye

—Are

ye seeking
pi.)

?


7

^r]T€LT€

;

Part.

(with pronoun, forming pres. 2.

of "iLd (xix. 38).
7

Sought, begged, demanded, desired.
xviu. 32.
vii.

,1

Pret. 2. sing.
ix. 40.

A

.

vo

S.
S.

Matt.

1.

sing. A»,

S^,

S.
aff.

Luke
.

3. pi.

Q-L^,
ii.

John
1. pi.

30;

xix. 31, &c.

—with
1

.rnn]W)
ii.

S,

Luke

44.

^.iJ:^, Acts xxiv. 6;

Thess.

6

Fut. p^^ilJ, S.
S.
S.

Luke

xix.
sing,

10

;— Fem.

(without final

^)

]L^1I,

Luke
John

xi.

24.-2.
16; xvi.

t^^"
3. pi.
aff.

1 Cor. vii. S.

27.— 1.
Luke

sing.

\^X,
pi.

xiv.

26.—

^'-ni,
John

xiii.

24.-2.

pi.

^OLr^Z"

ch. xii.

29; with
viii.

S.

vii.

34, 36,

&c.— 1.

^v^y
S.

2 Cor.

6
Inf.

Imperat. .^l^i, Acts

viii.

22.— PI. oi^:,

Matt.
S.

vi.

33
11

)snV), Philem.
with
aff.

ver.

9.— pref. X, ]snV>!l,
ii.

Mark

viii.

;—
:

pleon. S. Matt.

13

Part.

|I^,

S.

John
xii. 1

iv.

27, (fee-

Coalescing with p], ]jLLO,

/

beseech,

Rom.

;

xvi. 17
7

10
I

o

~
S.

So,
1
I

John XX. 15
iv.

PI. masc. coalescing

with

,-J-k»,

,_J_i_Lo,
PI. fem.
^^

Cor.

13;— with
xxi.
12.

^oAj],
5.

^A vA
.

2 Cor.

xiii.

3.—

Sn,

S.

Matt, xxviii.

Heb. nyH.
Dan.
ii.

Isa.

— Chald.
18.

XJ?3, sought, with
ii.

ace.

13

;

vi. 5,

requested of a j^erson, ?)^, ch.

16; — Clp,
Petition, ch.

ch. vi.

12;— Qlp

\p,

ch.

ii.

Whence

^j;3 u.

f.

vi. 8, 14.

Syr. |ZcLli:2,

noun
vi.

fem. def. a prayer, petition, 2 Cor.
1

viii.

4.— PI. ^olo, Eph.

18;— Def. ]Zcl1o,

Tim.

v. 5.

— —

i;lo|, they say or said

— Gr.

cittoi/

— Part,
(3).

for present tense or pre-

terite.— See Cowper's Gr.

§

211


40
7
7

S.

JOHN

I.

38—40.

Ver. 38.

.

'^y Master,
xi.

lit.

otir

Master

— Gr.
1 S.

y

'Pa^ySi. ..SiSoto-KaXc

i^5

(S.

Matt.

11) adj. Much, great, principal; often as a subst. a great
Hei-e with affixed pronoun.

one; lord, prince, Master.
S.

Def. yiDy,
ver. 4.

Matt. XX. 26,

&c.—Fern. ]hl,

John

v. 9

;

3 S.

John
,

—Def. TA^5,

ch. iu, 29,

below.— Constr.
PI.

xvi. 2, 3, 4; 1 Cor. ix.

17

^•^'i,

def.

]2oAa^ LLI S. Luke ]^5.— Constr. ^j>0>,

ch. vii. 32, below.

Heb. i*l, Ps. ii.

xviii.

15; and frequently.

— Chakl.

i*l,
-

Dan.

10, &c.


39.

Aj")

looi, art

Thou

?

i.e.

dwellest

Thou

1

— Gr.

\i.iv(.i%;

—Part, of

(

001

with pronoun, forming present tense

2. sing.

oZ,

come —
above.

epX'^aOe

—Imperat.

pi.

of |Z], Came.

See note, ver,

7,

— —

^]-K»Zo, aTid
o) of

see, lit. aoid

ye shall see

— Gr.
.

koX tSere-

—Put.

2. pi. (pref.

ll-Kj,

Saw.

See note, ver. 14, above.
pi.

iQJOl,

theij.

Personal pron.

Fern.

»

JOI.
it

M-»l> about
;

— ws— Conjunction,
J

As, about, as
ten hours

were.
SeKarrj

Lat. circiter,fere.

— mV

I

V

i^

</ie ^en^/i

/iOMr,

lit.

— wpa

— pJa

,

pi. def.

of

]v •
time.

(S.

Matt. XX. 12) noun fem.

yl« hour ; also «

moment of
i!/ie

Def. l2^.L^, S.

John i v.
S.

21,

Ac—l^^San CTLD, m
13,
ver. 12, above.

self-

same hour, immediately/, same, S. John v. 9, &c.
form)

Matt.

viii. 3,

— See note,
iv.

&c.— OlZlL^ j^, the

PI. (of masc.

..IP I S •

,

ch. iv. 6, 52, &c.

Chald.

n^i^,

Dan.

16.— Def.
iii.

^^HJ^p^,

in

the phrase

Xny£J^"n3j immediately,
40.
_Kj,

ch.

6,

15, &c.

one

— ccs—Numeral
above.
every one, ch,

masc,

Ooie,

one only, a certain one.

— Fern.

]r-»j, ver. 3,
--K» j_K»,

Used
vi. 7,

in a variety of phrases; as,
|j-k»

&c.

|r-K>,

ch. xxi. 25.

j_K»

,_Kj^D, eacA one of them,

1 Cor. xii. 18, &c.

,_K»^^ or j_kkXd, every man,
7

S.
cts

John

vii, 53.

7

,>,K^
7

,_Kj, ojie
7

on another, Gr.

aAAT^Xous, S.

John

xiii.

22.

_K»>

-.K», ojie

of another, one another's, ver. 14.

S.

JOHN
.and

I.

40, 41.

41

Ver. 40.

,_k»0

.

.

.

r>J, the one..

t/te

other, S.

Matt. xx. 21

;

xxiv. 40.

Fern. ver. 41.
{.>«K-^ j.>j, the

one

to the other, S.

John

xi.

56

;

xii.

19

;

or the one the

other, one another, S.

Matt. xxiv. 10, kc.
S.

fka Z.0 -^
j_>j

r-»^,

one

to,

towards, another,

John

xiii. 35.

_!iD

r-K»,

one

of,

or from, another, S.

John
27.

v. 44, »tc.

,_K» ^'oik f.y^,
7 'y 7

one toioard another,

Rom.

i.

j.K» ^>CIL

fj^, one loith the other,
;

among

yourselves, themselves, S.

John

vi.

43

S.

Mark
30

i.

27,

(fee.

jjliQIiD

r>j,

one in an hundred, an hundredfold,
x.
;

S.

Matt. xix. 29;

S.

Mark
r>^,
f

S.

Luke
S.

viii. 8.

]Lqd
7

how much more,

Matt.

x. 25.

r>j ,-^, loith one consent, Gr. aTro

/^tas, S.

Luke

xiv. 18.

_^1
jj.>j

|r-»j,

«^ one time, once, S.

Jude

ver. 3, 5.

r~^' li-»^^> immediately, S. John xiii. 32. Heb, '^^^^) Gen. i. 5. Chald. "^n> Dan.

ii.

31,

(fee.

used in

a similar
Transl.

way with
the brother

the Syr. word.

But one of
«7

those

who heard John, and followed

Jesus, teas
..0

Andrew,

of Simon.
pleon.)

«v

»_.cnQ_K>|,
(S.

the

brother
x.

(afF.

— Gr.

.7
^
^
^

.7

6 aSeX^o's

,-k)|,

def.

^k»|

Matt.

21)

noun masc.
(see

A

brotJier.

Takes
e.g.

affixes after the

manner
S.

of
xi.

\^\

ver.

14,

above),
S.

w_i_kj|,
v. 23,

my

brother,

John

21; yCuS^, thy brother,
T
-X

Matt.

24; u-uDQ-k.")

.7

(fem.) S.
PI.

John

xi.

23; _jaiQ.jo|,

their (fern.) brother, ver. 19.

^llSi,

def. \1S{, ch. xxi. 23.
iv.

Heb. n5<, Gen.
Ezr.
41.
vii. 18.

2 (very

frequent).— Chald. HX, with

aff.

^^1

no V^

first

— Gr.

TrpcSros

—Adverb,
7

formed by prefixing _^ to the

constr. state of PsDjQ-D, the front part (opp. to
x

-n

pAcQ^,

the back

part) and

transposing O.
VX,_i

^,JDO.\ r-^'
,ji,

fo^'^^^'">'^!h

sometime,
viii.

Eph.
^

V.

8.

^jr)a\

He

foreknew, Rom.

29.—

^n>n

n\

Vp^ first, Gr. Trpwrov, Acts xxvi. 20.

w.

c.

C

42

S.

JOHN

I.

41, 42.

Ver. 41.

.

.m

.

1

^^n

»(j ioe have found

(aff.

pleon.

and followed by
j

A of

the object)

evpyjKafxev

—Pret.
(

1. pi.

of wkk^L»

(ver. 43,
2. sing.

45) equiAj.>.0 >|,

valent to -•'''>» with

prosthetic,

Found.
i.

Pret.

Rev.
S.

ii.

2

Matt.

:— Fern. ujAj.»A*f, S. Luke 30.— 1. sing. LLslm^, viii. 10.— 3. pi. O-kkL*]^ S. Matt. xvii. 16; xxvi. 60,

^c.

2.

pi.

^Zu>A*],

ch.

xxvi. 40

— with
V
S.
S.

afF.

eh.
viii.

ii.

8.

1.

pi.

,_.kkL»1" ch. xvii. 19
xi.

Put. •'>'^«

Matt.

28;

S.

Mark
pi.

13:— Fem.
S.

(without final

^) o^kL.!,
Part.
xii.
.v».'->

Mark

iv.

32.-3.
below:

^j^HaJ,
Fem.
.

Luke
,

ix.

12

» Vi^

ver. 46,

]f!'rn

«^
S.

S.

Matt.
ix.
7

43,
xi.
-n

44; xix. 29;
S. S.

26.— PI.
John
xiv.
viii.

masc.

. V

n > <n

Matt.
7

15;

22;

I

coalescing

with —I-kj, _3_»_k>j:1a1d,
.

John
fem.

5; with
V>,
S.

^AjI,
John
N.B.

^A >.^«^n
9.

Eph.

iii.

4.

PI.

^-»an«

iii.

These forms are by some regarded as an irregular Aphel

conjugation.

The

part. Peil is regularly
S. Pet.
•n
_

o^^IL*,
wk».1l»
,
(

pi.

fem. _k»»Xk1L», are

found, present, 2
7

i.

8.
_

in the above tenses, Avith

its

pai't.

.K.

n « V)^

also signifies could,

was able; and

is

then

followed, either
1.

2.

3.
4.

By By By By

the Inf. with pref.

\

(S.

the Fut. with pref.
the Fut. alone (S.

5 (S.

John John

iii.

2); or

iii.

3)

;

or

the Participle (S.

John i. 46) ; or John v. 19).
far the

The
The

first

two constructions are by
fem.
|J
|

most common.

part.

>v^ « Vi

is

sometimes used as an adjective,
26; xxiv. 24, &c.
12; Ezr. viL 16.
pret. 3. sing,
first

Possift^e,

and with

,

impossible, S. Matt. xix.

Chald. Aph.
42.

HS^H,

found, Dan.

ii.

25;

vi. 6,

OIjAjIO, and he brought him
(with
afllixed

— kol r/yayev avTov— Aphel
pref. O,

pronoun, and
"jZ],

to

which the
(ch.

vowel

is

remitted) of
come,
led,

Ca^ne.

— Aph.
3.

»_»A_»]

xix. 39),
aff.

Caused

to

brought.

— Pret.

fem. 'AjAj], with

CJlA-.Aj(,

— —
43

S.

JOHN

I.

42, 43.

Ver. 42.

S.

Matt. xiv.

11.— 1.

sing. A-.A-.1' S.
X

Mark

ix.

17.— 3.
pi.

pi.

O^A^f,
X

S,

John

iL

8.— Fern.
37; with

J1LJ(,
aff.

S.

Luke
vii.

xxiv.

1.— 2,

^A^A^]'
ix. 2,

Acts

xix.

S.

John
21,

45

Fut. iZLiJ, Acts
pi.

ifec- 3.
Imperat.
.

pi.

^LjJ,
S.

ch.

V.

«tc.— 2.

^L^L,
V

ver.

28
Inf.

Xilj(,
S.

John
x.

xx.

n A.v^\
S.

John

16;

27.— PI. oA^f, S. Mark vi." 55
ch. xii.

ch.

ii.

8

Part.

lA^,
iv.

John

XV.

5.— Fern. "^A.*^,
iii.

24;

S.

Mark

"28.—

PI. masc.

—jA^Id, Acts

2.

Chald. Aph. >n\"l, Dan. v.

3,

23

;

vi. 17, 25.

\'^Ll

ZlJ|,

thou shall he called

crv Kk-qOria-ri

—Ethpeel

fut. 2. sing, of

1^,

Called.
fcj^-oZ")
i.

Ethpe.

(ch.

ii.

2),
iv.

Was

called, read.
sing.

Pret.

3.

fern.

•AJ^r)Zf, Acts

19; Col.

16.-2.
pi.

21.-3.

pi.

Q-^lnlX, Acts
S.

xi.

26.-2.

A^^Z]" 1 Cor. vii. ^A^^Zf, 1 Cor. 9
i.

Fut. I^joAj,
1.

Matt, il 23,
1

&c.— Fern. ]lnll,
pi.

Col. iv.

16.—

sing. ]lr^lX,

Cor. xv. 9.-3.

^pr-OAj, S. Matt.
Part. I^XdALd, S.
&c.

v.

9.—
xi.

2. pi.

vpi-oZZ,

S.

Matt,

xxiii. 8,

10
2,

John

54,

&c.

—Fem. —a
ii.

"(If_DASD,

ch.

v,

PI.

masc.

^^-OAk?,

S. Matt, xxiii. 7, &c.


43.

[^

p
X
>

,

Ceiihas

stone
6,

Kr](}id^

—Noun,

here used as a proper name.

See note, ch.

below.

M^t

willed,

would —

rjOiXrja-ev

—Yerb Peal
2. sing.

pi'et. 3. sing.

Willed, dex. 5, 8.

sired,
I.

was

well pleased.
,

— Pret.
,

Zl»..0»
3. pi.

,

Hebr.
,

sing.

Aj_0»

S.

Matt,

xxiii. 37, &c.

QjO»
pi.

S.
i

John

vi.

II, 21, xvi.
1.

10

;

&c.— 2. pi. ^Aj^. ^1 A. 1 Thess. ii.
>

ch. V. 35,

&c.— 1.

18
3.

Fut.
pi.

]^^,

S.

^ Luke

^x^, Acts
x.

22.—
2. pi. is

sing.

]^t], Pom.
S.

vii.

18.

\Q-^^J. Rev.

xi. 6.

^Q£i»Z,

John

XV. 7; Acts xxiii. 15, Gr. Siaytvojo-Kctv, such

the reading of the Vienna and some

other editions

;

while otiiers

read yOfJoL, from 1^^, enquired, investigated. ..^loi.

]^«V)\,

—— —
;

44
Ver, 43.

S.

JOHN
ii.

I.

43, 44.

2 Cor.

viii.

10,

11; Phil.
,

13

Part,

]Ll,
.

S.
t
,

John

v.

6,

21,

&c.

Fern. (.».^»

ch.
i

iii.

8, etc.

— Ph masc.
ch.
xii.

«

*^

ch. v. 40, &c.

Coalescing with

'^ _l_»_d»,

21, &c.
1

—with
^

^Aj|,

^/Lk-Cil,

S.

Matt.

vii. 12.


PI. fern,

^-liby
'

Cor. xiv. 35.

Chald. xinV' ^^"-

^^' ^^' ^^'

^^

^- ^^' ^^•
^

.n g^V>\
43),

to

go forth —
out,

i^eXOelv

Infin. (with pref. .^) of -c^

(ch. iv.

Went

proceeded forth.
;

With
S.

f>^07,
xii.

defended himself
1 1

pleaded his cause, Acts xix. 33
editions,

Luke

(where some

including
Pret.
3.

the Vienna,
fern.

read
S.

.dO^Z, — others Aph.
xxi. 23, &c.

^onaZ.)
y

"A£12U,
sing.

John

AnSLJ,

ch. xvi.

30.— 1.

Ao^m
xi. 7,

ch. viii.

42,

— &c. —
2.

sing.

3.

pi.

onAj,
xvi. 8.

ch. iv. 30, &c.; Fern. Ji_CL£L3, S.
2. pi.

Matt. xxv. 1;

S.

Mark

^ArL2U,
Matt.
I

S.

Matt.
S.
2.

<5ic.


S.
K

1. pi.

,_qAj, Acts
ii.

xvi. 13,

&c
S.
1\

Fut. tQQ_2lJ,
xii. 43.

John
sing.

x.

9;

Matt.

6

:— Fern.
Luke

_»_Da^Z,
xii.

*Da£)Z,

ch, v. 26; S.
-x

59; Fern. —mJD^L, Acts

xvi. 18.

«^

1. sing.

»oas|,

S.

Luke

xiv. 18.
xiii.


«v

3.

pi.

^OCiaJ,
v.

S.

Matt.
pi.

viii.

12 (Gr.
S.
»>

iK^X-riOricrovTai)

49;

S.
T.

John

29.-2.
13

^on^Z,
TV

Matt. xxiv.
S.

2G.—
25, &c.

1. pl.

*DQ_2U, Heb.

xiii.

Tmperat. JDOS),
S.

Mark

i.

Fern. .«»_Da^, ch. ix.

25.— PI. OOO^,
xv. 26,

Matt. xxv.

6,

&c

Part. »n..2U, S.

John

&c.— with
24

J>jO), Acts xxiv. 10
S.

(here "U.©)); xxv. 8; xxvi.
5,
A:c.

1, 2,

:— Fern. ]n^T,
viii.

Matt.

iii.


ii.

PI.

masc. _»j2l£L3, S. Matt.
fem.

28, kc.

—with
vii,

Uj05,

2 Cor.

xii.

19.— PI.

^Aj,
7

S.

Matt. xv. 19, Ac; with ]l.o5,

Rom.

15

Part. Peil *C1j_£1J, gone out, S.

Mark

30.

.

Chald.
44.

pSJ, Dan.
y"'"^"''

ii.

14, &c.

OiAjLj^^ r-^'
\y

{''y)

^^*^

<^'^y

(*^-

pleon.)

ck

ttj^

Tro'Aeojs

.,V> (S. Matt. xii. 25),

noun fem.

A

city, state.

Def. lAjL*jiD,

S.

John

ii.

1.— Constr.

AIj^,
S.

S,

Matt,

iv,

5.— PI.
&c,—

^^,

S.

Luke

viii.

4.— Def.

li^J_.AD,

Matt.

iv. 25,

S.

JOHN

I.

44—46.

45

Ver. 44.

In phrase, iL.,^ li-iy^nnj, *" every

city,

Tit,

i.

5.

— Root

Heb. n^n/t^j ax>rovince, Dan.
45.
.

Estli.

i.

1.

— Chald. n^HD, the same, — Gr.
pi.

ii.

48^ 49J &c.
0C7I, lie

.m o\v ^^b^-i

""7

of iohom...did write
5

oV typaxpf.

—Yerb
xxi.
sing.

7

Peal pret. (the

pref.

taking

^

before a vowelless consonant),
xix.

Wrote.— ?vet.
XV. 23.-2.
pi.

1. sing.

A^jA^,

cli.

22.-3.

pi.

OTdZo, Acts
Acts

^b^t^,
2.

1 Cor. vii.

1.— 1.
S.

^^A^,
xix. 21.

25

Fut. .IlioA^U,
S.

sing.

*^oLoL,
pi.

John


7

1.

%S0AdV,

Luke
4

i.

3.-2.

^AdZ,
S.
•»

2 Cor.

iii.

1.— 1.

pi.

S. Mark X. .^An VnV 1
^

Imperat.
iv.

>^oLd,
&c

Luke

xvi.

G,

Inf.
8.

Thess.

9,

Part. *^L\0, S.

John

viii.

7

PI. masc.
1

_j.£dAd, coalescing with _JL>j, ^JLjuTDZIo, 2 Cor.
i.

i.

13;

S.

John
S.

4

Part. Peil
XV. 25,

*OjAd,

S.

John

ii.

17,

&c.— Fern.
iv.

]A>An,

John

ike— PI.
xii.

masc.

^i

n
S.

.Ap, Phil.

3.—

PI. fern. ^lEiiiAs, S.

John

16; xx. 30;

Luke

xviii. 31.
v.

Heb.
vii. 1.

in5,
^

Exod. xxi v.

4.— Chald. ^n5, Dan.

5;

vi.

26;

Transl.

He of whom Moses
son of Joseph, who

did write in the Law, and in the Prophets,
X

—we have found Ilim
the

that
is

He

is

(OUl, used for the Copula) Jesus,

from Nazareth.
.

46.

lOJTJ .... vKKli-«-SD, can t\ere
note, vei\ 41, above.

... be

?

— Gr.

Svvarai .... etvai

;

See

«^-fo?,

of good, that

(is)

good

— aya^w
John

*^^,

adj. Good.

Used adii.

verbially, very, exceedingly, often
16,
(kc.

with

pref. 5, as S.

Matt.

10,

— As
25

a comparative, with _Ld,
Def. \ciX, S.
23,
ii.

— —ks
i.

%^^, more
def.

than,
S.

Rom.
Matt.
S.

i.

10.— Fem.

1^^,
ft

xiii. 8,

ike— PI.

masc.

'\^'i, Col.
X

10

:— Def.

t^i^,

Matt.

iii.

10,

&c.— PI.
John
v.
ii.

fem.

^pX,

Tit.

iii.

8; Philem. ver.

6.—

Def. I2iii^, S.

29,
12,

&c.— R. *OQ-4 »^, was
and frequently.

good.

Heb. ^ij3, Gen.


4G
S.


JOHN
47, 48.

I.

Ver. 47.

A-.|^;-*, truly, indeed
^

aX-qO^'i

S. Matt. xiv.

33;
,

1

Cor.

vii.

37.

—Adverb, — Formed from

Rightlij, steadfastly,
X 7 ;-i;-*, true,

firm.

—R.

PI.

7

5;_» ;_•

loasfirm.
raasc. Deceit, fraud, suhtilty.

\1Z12, guile

—SoXos — Def. of ^"^J, noun —1 Am, Acts — R. \\'^\
xiii.

10.

loas perfidious.

Heb,

73^3, only in pi.
is

with

aff.

Numb.

xxv. 18.
of Ajj


48.

A.kJ^, there
'ch.
i.

not

— ovk

lort

— Compounded

+

]j

;

see note,

1.—

(nV>

>j

_Sd, whence?

iroOcv

—Adverb, compounded of
;

._»|

and tuLo,
See

hence.
S.

Interrogative or otherwise, and with or without _Ld.
xiii.

Matt.

54
irpo

;

xxi.

25

S.

Luke

xi. 24.
(J
p

— —

(J
p

A,

before that

— — Conjunction compounded of —Gr.
tov
(Te...cfiU)vy}(rai

+ ^.
*

Tlie

words

are sometimes written separately.
yt^'rOJ, called thee
sing.) of |f»D,

Called, (see note, ver. 23).

— Fut. (with —The Future used as a
3.

sing,

aff.

2.

subjunctive with the preceding conjunction.

ZLk..>aZ,

under
»>Z.,

— —Preposition—This Avord
viro

takes three forms,
first

viz.

1

1

"A^jZ, and ZdooZ, of which the

two only occur in

theKT.—
Aj_>jZ
'AjjZ
r

is

a preposition, followed by nouns, and taking no

affixes.

is

used with pref.
viii.

Ji»,

and has then the force of an adverb,

Doivn, S. John
ii.

6; S. Matt. iv. 6, Under, Gr. KarcoTcpw, S. Matt.

16.

— So also when preceded by
*A>jAA5 ^-^, from
7

V>,

'A>jA\

^;

infrd,

Exod.

XX.

4.

those

who

are beneath, ix twv Karo)

answering to ^iJlj r-^'
S.

f>'0^^ those

who

are above, Ik rHiv avw,

John

viii.

23.

— But

when followed by
_Ld AjoA2i, under

V>

it

becomes a preii.

position, Under, as p^j]

the earth, Phil.

10.
as,

Ldj^L
7

is

a preposition. Under, and takes

affixes of the plui'al

;

._»Zq-k>Z, under me.

Heb.
Dan.
iv.

T\T\T\,
9,

under,

Ps.

x.

7,

&c.— Chald.

T\T\T\,

T\T[T\,

11.

S.

JOHN

I.

48—51.

47
the fuller form of which

Ver. 48.

\LL, the Jig-tree
is

rrjv avKrjf

— Noun
Matt.

fern,

XLi\l,

A Jig-tree.
nJXM T •
;

PI. def. (masc. form) ]j"|Z, S.
S.
vii.

Mark

xi.

13;

S.

Luke
Heb.

vi.

44; or p|Z,
,

16.

Fijs,

i.e.

the fruit.

Gen.

lii.

7.

49.

"T^NV'^

the

King

(aff.

pleon.)

d /JacrtXeus
(S.

w»_^SiD

(Hebr.

vii. 1, 2)
>

noun masc. A King. Def.
def.
'

|ll\SiD

Johniv.

46).

PI.

nV^^
def.

J£iXLd,

S.

Matt.
Ps.
4,

ii.

6, kc.

Heb. 'TO^,
Dan.
ii.
;

X.

16,

—P. o_^Sd, —and very frequently. — Chald.
cozmselled.

XsSd, — T
50.
5

&c.

^\^, because
I

ort.

Aj

_Lcl»C7t1d, believest thou?

ing present tense

2. sing.

—ilijOJj, greater things
assertion).

pi. fern. (pref. ), introducing an /xet'^w The comparative degree expressed by the following §

— — See —Adj.
i.

Trto-Teu'ets

;

Pai't,

with pronoun, form-

note, ver. 7, above.

^.

See Phillips, Gr.
def.
ii.

22; Cowper
1.

§ 188.

*O505, Great,
2 S. Pet.

\^yO),

1

Cor.

— Chiefly used
John

in the

pi.

_».^)05,
fern",

11.

Def

l^j'ol,

S.

xxi. 11,

&c.— PI.

def.

lA^iJ'OJ, S. Matt. xxiv. 24, &c.

Hence the
«ilo5 (Heb.

adv. A-ijiiJOJ, greatly, Acts

viii.

2, &c.

The root

'2'y^i became great or many, increased) occui'S only
-J

7

in the reduplicated Pael (Palpel)

form »o5o5, in which the

first

y^
51.

is

changed into O; and
3.

its pass.

Ethpalpal k05o5Z.j, was magPhil.
;

niJied.—Fut.
,

sing,

and

1. pi.

^jOjAj,

i.

20; 2 Cor.

x. 15.

'

Vn(t verily
7
.-n

ajxrjv

—A

particle of assevei-ation

properly part. Peil

of ^-^1,

was

co7istant.

See note, ver.

7, above.

I^GI ^Lo?, from
an
of
assertion.

henceforth, hereafter
\jb(JI
(ch. xi. 8)

ai?

apri

Pref.

5

introducing

adv. of time,
is

JS^oiv.

Compounded

^L» +

|01 ((01, Chald.

Xn T

a demonstr. particle, entering

into the composition of the pronouns 001, w-iOl, <QJ01,

IIP
10, ic.

.tkH

and _jp»01, Z.aO01,

<kc.

»po..p7
(.»01--ik

—jJOl,
John
ii.

(V),S, until now, S.

48

S.

JOHN
sc.
^
(

I.

51.

Ver. 51.

__».>.kjAsj, opened,
Pref.
J

«

^ * — Gr.
(S.
pi.

(tov ovpaviv) avcwyora

(which takes

before a vowelless consonant) marking a

participle used as such.

Part. Peil
3. fern.
1. pi.

pi.

masc. of K>Jt^
xii.

Matt.

v. 2),

Opened.— Vvet.
ii.

-ALA^), Acts

U.— 3.
pi.

CLkj2vS, S. Matt.

11.—

^-j^A^, Actsv. 23
S.

Fut. ov»^.2U, Actsxviii. 14.

1. sing.

oo'A^f,
Imperat.
2,

Matt.

xiii.

35.-3.

^O.s^L^,
Inf.
S.

S.

Luke

xii.

36
v.

o^A^,

S.

Matt. xvii. 27, &c
S.

ojAsiLdIi, Rev.
ii.

&c

Part.

wK»^,
vi.

John

x. 3;

Luke

23

Part. Peil
PI. masc. def.

oo^A^,

2 Cor.

11.
13.

Def. ]>.kjA^, Ptev.

iii.

8.

Vk>^A^, Rom.
Heb.
Dan.
vi.

iii.

PI. fern.

^_LjA£), Acts

ix. 8.

nnS,
11;
vii.

Rs. xxxix.
10.

10.— Chakl nHfi,

part. Peil

n^Hfi,

wjCnaDJlSjCO, and the angels
def.

(affix pleon.)

koX tovs ayye'Aovs
Anyel.-

— j^Uio,
ch.

pjlib

(ch. V. 4)

noun masc.

An

PI. def.

pjlV),

XX. 12, &c.

—The root (mU)
Rs.
;

exists only in Ethiopic.
8,

Heb. Dan.
iii.

Tjx'pJ!:,

xxxiv.

&c.— Chald.

"nxS-tD,

with

aff.

28

vi. 23.

.^..Q-^gP yD, ascending
pi.

—avu/3atVovras—Part,
(ch.
ii.

(marked as such by
all its v>,

yI2)

masc. of
K

.r>

\m

13),

Went up. This verb in
7

forms,
as fut.

except Peal pret. and part, active, and Ethpaal, drops
7

»n-CDJ, as

if

from the verb «£1CDJ.
all

Or, as some Gi-ammarians

regard

it,

a verb defective of

forms but the above mentioned,
7

and borrowing the
Pret. XX. XV.
vi.

rest (including
i.

Aph.
26.

conj.)
1.

from »QXDJ.

3. fern.
pi.
pi.

-AnVn^ Acts

sing.

AoVm
»n.£i,

S.

John

17.— 3.

cloStd,

ch. vi. 22, kc.

Fem. JLoXcD,
Part.

S.
S.

Mark
John

41.— 1.
62,

,_qSid, Acts

xxi. 2,6,15

A'c— Fem. lAXxc,
xxiv. 38

S.

Mark
7

iv.

32.— PI.

fem. ,_CLSrD,

S.

Luke
i.

Ethpaal .n \Arr>]
T

He

loas raised, taken vp,

Acts

2, &c.

Chald.

pSp, Dan.

ii.

29;

vii.

3, 8,

£0; Ezr.

iv.

12.

O

S.

JOHN

II.

1—3.

49

CHAPTER
Ver.
1.

II.

(A^Zj,

the third,

lit.

tvhich

{is)

three

Trj rpiTj;

masc. (see ver.
xiii.

G,

below) used for the ordinal.

— Cardinal number — Fern. ASZ,
eh.

38, &c.
fern.
t^iSsJ^',

Heb. :^^S^,
Ezr.
vi.

D^^SJ'.— Chald.

^thp^, masc.

\5.^

'

— —

\LqL • V), a banquet— \\i. a drinking
yd/xo^

;

specially,

A

wedding-feast

—Noun
the

fern. def.

R. |A-», drank.
i.

Compare
CJi1d]o,

J^p\l^J2, Estli.

3,

&c.
koI
PI.

and

mother
def.

(affix pleon.)

-q

jx-qr-qp

— ISo]

(S.

Matt.

x.

37)

noun fem.

A

mother.

(irreg.) "jZoTlb"j, S.

Mark

X. 30.

Heb. Q{^, Ps.

xxvii. 10.

r^Z,

there
S.

e/cet

—Adverb. — In
ii.

composition,

VnA\^

thither, ch. xi.

15;

Matt.
lo,

22.—^ll^,from
Mark
xiii.

thence, ch. iv. 21; v.
S.

2G.—

^Lh<J\,

there! S.

21;
v.

Luke
vi.

xvii. 21, 23.
G, 12.

Heb. Dt*^.— Chald.
T
2.

n^H, T —

Ezr.

17;

1,

fcSJO,

and also— hi
prefixed O.

Kai

— k£^, conj.

Also

— The
^"j

vowel remitted to the
kS") (or

It forms

compounds;

as

—^]),

although,
vi.

ch. viii. 14, &c.
S.
i.

hut, even, at least, ch. xiv. 11; S.

Mark

56;

Luke
3,

xix. 42.

At

least, yet, 2
,

Cor. xi. IG.

above.

—_Lja^(
iv.
•X

ice also, 2 S.
iv.

Pet.

i.

18.

— jlsj, not ——Xs],
art. o.

even, ch.

to 9(s also;

res also,

Rom.

24; 2 Cor.

14.

N.B.

The next word, 001, may be regarded
(

either as pleonastic, or

reciprocal

= ipse),

or as representing the Gr.
_:^

CTl^, to

it, so.

the feast.

with

aff.

3.

f

-ng. fem.

and here

pleonastic,

referring to the following noun.

001

'fS^-yjO ,

and

t]i£re

was wanting

— Gr.

koX vartpyjaavTo^ (otVon)

with
vv. c.

''

before a vowellcss consonant.

— Yerb

Peal pret.

3.

sing.

7

50

S.

JOHN

II.

3—5.

Ver.

3.

(with JOOI forming the imperf. or plnperf. tense),
lost,

Was

deficient,

suffered loss.

—Pret.

1.

sing. Z.^£Q_>j, Phil.
final

iii.

8

Put. ;XQ-»,>J,
S.

S.

Matt. xvi. 26, &c. Pem. (without

^)

^HLkjZ,

Luke Luke

xxii. 32.

2. pi.

^;.£CLk»Z, 2 Cor,

vii.

9

Part.

:^-\

S.

XV. 14.
7 7

Pael ^IO-K», ivronged, occasioned

loss,

with

afF.

Philem. ver. 18.

Heb. ^IDH) ^«s lacking, suffered want,

Ps, xxiiL 1; xxxiv. 11.

—Pi. "IDH,
-

Ps.

viii.

6.—
def.

|;1£Lk», loine

— Gr.

olvov

— Noun masc.
xxxii.
c^ef.

Heb. ^^H) Deut.
mewiec?.— Clialcl. ^j^^H,

14;

Isa.

xxvii.
vi.

2.

— R.
vii.

^l/^H. ^er-

J^lpH, Ezr.

9;

22; Dan. v.

1,2,4,23.


4.

.... 1;iiD(o, Transl.

and His mother

saith to Jesus,

lit.

to

Him,
i.

to Jestis.

\^iD\, part. fern, for present tense;
pleonastic.
«

see note, ch.

38.

— CTLA,
to

'~)\ n

.

.

\

|Sd, ivhat have
i/JLol

I

to

do

toith thee?

lit.

ivhat to

Me and

thee1—Ti

Kol o-ot;

— pi?, interrog.
fem.
def.
vi.

pronoun, used of the thing.

jZ^Jf,

woman
S.

ywat

— Noun
S.

A

icoman,

xoife.

Constr.

lbS{,

Matt. xiv. 3;
xi. 11, &c.

Mark
Gen.

17, 18.

PL

(anomalous) "UJ,

S.'Matt.

Heb.

n£5^'X for

n^*K,

ii.

22,

23.— (N.B.
Heb.
is

In Syr.

Z takes

the place of

^; and Nun, which

in

compensated for by
PI. D^t^J.

Dagesh,

is

retained with the linea occidtans.)
T


;

— Chald.
PI;

(not occurring in the Bible) {^^i^, def.

XfinX T

or

XnDJJ^.
T
:

v\

»

^,

V

|J,

not yet

— outtw —^\j^,.L,
V^
»

yet, en.

Acts

ix.

1.

— Compound
—with
def.
7

of

,!», until,

and

'^^

inseparable particle.


T).

*.^tl^j»,
1.

my
Vn\
7

hour

-q

wpa

/aou

— (^ «,

see note, ch.

i.

39:

aff.

sing.
to

(1

«^r) «

the

servants
T

rots

SiaKovoi<;

PI.

def.

(with

pref.
^4

^0

r

prepos.) of

p m^n m^^n

(S.

Matt. xx. 26), noun masc.
.c
r
..

servant, minister;

Beacon.

Fem.

def.

form

jA

i

» Vn « V)

a

S.

JOHN
I.

II.

5, 6.

51

Ver.

5.

deaconess,
part, of

Rom.

xvi.

—Root
it is

Pa.

-

«V>^

ministered, from the

which ( » Vi « Vi)
Troiiyo-are

formed. masc. of ,J:il (ver. 11, 15),
Z)i(/,

OjTlL,

c/o

— Imj^erat.

pi.

performed, worked, committed, made war, brought forth
hrated a feast
:

fruit, ce?e-

— a word
S.

of very frequent occurrence in these and

kindred meanings.
2.

Pret. 3. fem.

Z,nL,
iv.

S.

Matt. xxvi. 10, &c.
sing.

sing.

Ij:^,
39,
cfec

Luke
3.

ii.

48;

23.— 1.
v.

Z^Til,
pi.
vii.

S.

John

iv.

29,

pi.

OjiLl,

ch.
pi.

29,

&c.— 2.
S.

^2,Av_
22,

S.

Matt. XXV. 40, 45,

&c.— 1.
17, &c.

^^r^,

Matt.
S.

&c
iii.

Put. r^i:^, S.

John
S.

vii.

Pern.

^,£liZ,

James

12.

—2.
34,

sing,

r^l,
pi.

Mark

x. 35,

&c.— 1.
21, &c.;

sing, ^riiiuf, S.

John

iv.

(kc— 3.

^yCilJ,
xiii.

ch. XV.

with

aff.

ch. vi.

15.—

2. pi.

^j.Cii»Z, ch.

15, etc.;

with

aff.

pleon. ver. 16, below.

1.

pi.

t^^,
aff.'vS.

ch. vi.

28,

&c

Imperat.

.n^,
S.

ch. xiii. 27, tkc.

:—

with

Luke

xv. 19

Infin.

,A\V^\,
S.

John

iii.

2,

(fee

Part. y£iL, ver. 18, below.

Fem. ],nS,

Matt.

vi. 3,

Ac— Pi.
1

masc. ^j.i::LL,
,Jl>j,
V.

S.

John

viii.

38, 39, 41, &c.

Coalescing with
Thess.

,_Ly^lL,

ch. xiv.

23;—with ^tS\,
S.

^A-.,'nS,
fem.

11.

— Constr.
7

wj^nl,
Part.

Matt.
,.»

v.

9,

&c.— PI.
S.
,

.^iil,

1

Cor. xiv.

Peil

ni>,

made,

Mark

xiv.

58;

Afflicted with disease, S. Matt. xvii. 15.
v.

Fem.

X

.

'"^v ^ S.

Mark
iv.

23.— PI.

masc.

^^£^,

S.

John
3G.

iii.

21; afflicted^ S. Matt.

24, &c.

—Used

actively.

Acts xv.

N.B.

This verb, with a few others, follows the rule of intransitives,
" or
"

which take
vowel
*.

in the fut.

and imperat. instead of the regular

Heb. ^^T^, laboured,
— T

served,

Geu.

xiv.
1,

4; tilled the ground,

Gen.
Ezr.
6.

ii.

5.— Chald.
8:

^^j;, made, Dan.
vii.

iii.

15:— did,

ch. iv.

32;

vi.

loaged wai-, Dan.

21.
3. pi.

w_iOC71

Aj], there were

— riaav— Impcrf.

fem. of ]o(Jl.

See uole,

ch.

i'l

52

S.

JOHN

II.

6.

Ver.

G.

H-ii|j loaterpots
fern.

vhpiai

PI. def. (of masc.

form) of PUil, noun

A

hoivl, basin, i^ot.

Occurs in the N. T. here and in the

next verse, only.

Heb. ]|X,

pi.

rm^,
XiOivai

Isa. xxii. 2

1.

IsjI;^?,

of stone

— Gr.
59,

— Def.
(of
pi.

of

^^jo

(S.

Matt. xxiv.

2),

noun

fern.
S.

A

stone, rock.
viii.
tfec.

^Pl.

masc. form)

—L^p,
6.

def

|^p,

John
Heb.

&2l,

used only in

Jer. iv. 29;

Job xxx.

— —

Aji, six

V)

I

— — Card. numb. fem. —Masc. fO?, which (were) —Gr.
e^
set, jilciced

|Aji, S. Matt. xvii.
Kei/xevai

1.

— Part. Peil
15.— 1.
3. pi.

pi.

fem. of

iOdOD iOXD

(ch.

xix.

19), Fut,

2^l(i'Ced,

imposed; ordained, con-

stituted; destined;

gave a name; laid a foundation.
;

— Pret.
sing.

2. sing.

AklflS, S.
S.

Luke xix. 21 with
with
aff.

aff. S.

John

xx.

A Vim,
S.

Luke

xix. 22;

S.

John

xv. 16.


S.

q1q£D,

John

xix. 2, 29, (tc
13,
S.
2.
iL'c.

Fut. V>
sing.

'

ffM (as from a verb

.-»-l), S.
1.

John xv.
^j-ro],

2.

Ul-^JuL, Eom. xiv. 13.


&c

sing,

Matt.
pi.

xii.

18,

&c.— s!
S.

pi.

.A^.mi
vi.

Mark

xvi. 18,
>

&c!—
John

^Vi£oZ,
&c.— PI.
11
;

Matt.

19

Imperat. ^n
vi.

m
iv.

S.

xviii. 11,
1

Ql£L».rD, S. Matt.
xii.

20,

Inf.

y>mV)\,
40, «tc.—

Cor.
,^
I

iii.

2 Cor.
S.

14

Part.

^loD,

S.

Luke

PI.

Vli m,

John

xviii. 18, etc
.

Part. Peil i>Qj.rD, S.
vi.

John
masc.

xix. 29, &c.
>

Fern.
S.

]^

m

S.

Luke Luke
3.

48; xvi.
12:

26.— PI.

V)

.

m
1

John

xx. 5; S.
1

xxiv.

— Coalescing
D^^n.
iii.

with

^J-j>j, ,^1

V>n m,

Thess.

iii.

Heb. tliy Hud D^b^, Gen.
vi. 15,

ii.

8.— Chald. Ut^,
manner of)

10, 29;

&c.

]AjJD5A_:i>,

for (according
KaOapio-fj-ov

to,

after the

the jntri/ication
)

Kara tov
ing,

2^^<''>'iJi<^<^iion.

—Noun fem. (with pref prepos A —P. pj or »-l^>, was Whence
def.
2^ure.
4.

cleans-

also

|Z.Q_».c:>,

noun fem. def Furitg,

sincerity, 1 Cor. v. 8; vii. 7, «kc.

|iiQ_».^j

P, filthiness, Rev. xvii.

— (u.20),

noun masc. def

S.

JOHN

II.

6.

53
AjJj_25, adv. Purely,

Ver.

6.

Purgation,

picriJicatio7i,
i.

Hebr.

i.

3,

ifec.

sincerely, Phil.

17; 2 Thess.

ii.

10.
pi.

^,-K»|5,

containing

x^po^o""''

—Part.
aff.

fern.
first

(pref.

j,

wliich
,_»o
|

marks
Matt,

the participle as such, and takes the
xiv. 3),

vowel) of

(S.

Laid

liold of, seized, caught, possessed, held,

comprehended;
Pret.
3. fern.

shut, S. Matt. vi. 6;
Z.,_»o(, eh.
viii,
9.

—with

S.

John

viii.

20.

xxi. 6; S.
pi.

Luke

vii.

16;

viii. 37.

1.

sing.

Lr^\, Hebr.
afF.

3.

Or>j|, S.

Matt. xxi. 35, 39, &c.; with
S.

pleon.

S.

Johaxviii. 12: Fern.
afF.

Jl^\,

Matt, xxviii.
pi.
.

9.

— —

2. pi.

^Zyj^]"
5

with

S.

Matt. xxvi.

55.— 1.

yLf,

S.
1

Luke
Cor.

v.

Put.

5Q.>j]j, S.
ii.

Luke

xiii.

25: Fern. uj5Q_k."JZ,

vii.

2; 2 Tim.

17.

1.

sing. 5Q»K»|,

with
S.

afF,

Philem. ver. 13.
vii.

3. pi.

^,.>jP,

1

Tim.

iii.

9; with

aff.

John

32,

&c.— 2,

pi.

vOj-^U.
j,

S. S.

John XX. 23; with

aff.

*_i_J_30r-»^Z.,

dropping the
Matt.
vi. 6.

first rad.

Luke

xxii.

52

Imperat. jaj-jj,

S.

PI.

Oja^^j,

eh. xxvi.
aff.

48 30

Inf. f^^j'-nN, Gr. /Jaora^etv, S. Jolin xvi. 12;

with

ch.

vii.

Part, ^kj]", S. Matt. xii.
xi, 7; often
4'^pf^v iravTa,

11,
S.

&c

Part.

PeU

r.»-K>(,

S.

Luke
Gr^-

used actively,

Mark

xvi. 8, &c.

\iD r->~»^L

Hebr.

i.

3; f.j->^(

^2,

Almighty,
viii.

TravTOKparoip, 2 Cor. vi. 18:

—Fern.
16.

j,_k.joj, (act.) S.

Matt.

14.

PI. masc. ^j,.-»-*-»!, S.
:

John

xx. 19, 23, 26:

actively, S. Matt,
iiL
9, &c.

xiv. 5, &c.
PI. fern.
.

coalescing with ^-J-k», _l_ir-i_K»(,

Rom.

,_».j^|, S.

Luke xxi v.
xlviii. 7.

Heb. TMX, Ps.

^''^

r~*

'

^^^ apiece

—Gi\
it.

dva 8uo

—Distributive, expressed by

re-

petition of the numeral.

of, or

—^— Conjunction, distinguished
When
Luke
0(
7

from the interjection o], Oh!

by the point above

N.B.

follows

an adjective,
x.

it

marks the comparative
S.

degree; as
S. X.

S.

Matt.

15; xix. 24;
ii.

Mark

vi.

11;

x.
y,

25;
it is

12, 14; xv. 7; 2 S. Pet.

21.— As

the Gr.

54
Ver.
G.

S.

JOHN

II.

6—8.

xii.

used also as an advei-b of interrogation, 29; xx. 15.

Nam?

;

see S. Matt.

vii.

9;

Heb. iX, 2 Kings

ii.

IG. PI.

_j_Lr:i5, firJcins

ixerprjTds
tlie

of p^o5,

noun masc.

def.

A
is

liquid

measure probably
reckoned
7.
»=

same as the Jewish n3> which
See 2 Chron.
of
iv.

usually
there.

about 7| gallons.
pi.

5 and

LXX.

O^LO,
'

fill

—ye/xto-aTC—Imperat.
S.

U^D
S.

(S.

Mark
ii.

xv. 3G), Filled,

was ftdl; was completed, of time,
A\<vn
Matt.
^

Luke

21.

—Pret.
xvi.

3. fern.

xiii. 48.

3. pi.

a\iD,
Put.

in this verse, next clause:
,

—Fern.

V\V> Acts
final w.)
iv.

vii.

30

U^
i.e.

S.

Luke

21:—

Fem. (without
water,
S.

JILdZ

(to)

draio

to^^^ her vessel with,
atf.

John
S.

7.— 2."sing.
xi.

jJioZ.,

with

Acts

ii.

28.-3.

pi.

^V^i
S.
1

^

John

19

(where see note)
xiv.

lufin.

]1SdV)\,
^^
i

Luke
Thess.

XV. 16
ii.

Part,

jl^, Acts

IG.— Pi.

masc.

\V>,

11

(but probably to be referred to
Part. Peil (JlD, see note, ch.
i.

\LSD, or the
14, above.

reading

is

faulty

Heb. nSjD or

^12,

Gen. i.'"22.— Chald.
Transl.
lit.

^^,

Dan.

ii.

35.

^-i-j"!, accusat. pleonastic.

Fill them, the waterpots {with)

water.

— ^ ]^A,

8.

'^^P

io

— —]i^A compounded of
€0)5
i.

]s!d

+

A —followed by
',

j,

until, S.

Matt.

25.
the

v^^^^

to

the top,

to

brim


T.

Icos

ai/w

—^i^,
pi.

prop, a

noun masc.

Only thus used
01.0^1, draw out

as

an adverb with

pref. _\.
Mli>l,

\\

.

— Imperat. of Occurs here only in the N. — Cogn. nVn now — —Adverb, compounded of ^j^ +
avrkyjaraTe

Brew

water.

|j5, ch. iv. 15.

vvv

^~>0-

See note,

ver. 4, above,

•^^ty*

-

«

':

\^ to the head,

—governor, — of
S.

the feast

tuJ

apyirptK\iv(a

_«_i5

(pref. prepos.)

noun masc.

Head, beginning, chief; highest

point, extremity (S. Matt, xxiv. 31).

— _«_t5)
John
iii.

-iD,
3,
7.

From

the he(-a-->5,

ginning,
S.

first,

again, or newly,

— Def

Matt.

ix. 34, <tc.
:

— Constr.

-,m

>\ as here, used in a

vai'iety of

exj)ressions

as,

S.

JOHN

II.

8.

55

Ver.

8,

IZcT^l
vii. 4.

-

• >v head of

the fathers, Patriarch,

Acts

ii.

29; Hebr.

IAj^^
IAjOI
j;_^a>j
jA

* 'V
X

the

beginning of the creation,

S.

Mark
ii.

xiii.

19.

» 'V
-

i/ie /teac?

of tJie corner,

1 S. Pet.

6.

« >\
X
.

i/ie to/? o/*</ie staff,

Hebr.

xi. 21.

«n

m
-

m

.^^ rii^e?* o/^/ie

synagogue, S.

Luke

viii.

41.

I^ZdlD

» 'V

i/ie

chief seats, S. Matt, xxiii. 6; S.

Mark

xii.

39;

S. Liike xi.
('^ |IVr>
.

43; xx. 46.
i/te

»
.

.^

Archangel,
.

1

Thess.

iv.

6; S.
-^?'s«!

Jude

ver. 9.

"JCTL-^J

.mnVVn

»

.>^ i/te

beginning

princi2)les

— of

the ivords

(oracles)

of God, Hebr.
^Ae
ii/j

v. 12.

p,^.
P;_D
-

-

» >\ » -\
X

of the finger,

S.

Luke

xvi. 24.

<Ae Aeac^ o/f/^e corner,

Acts

iv.

11

;

Epb.

ii.

20.

jAjOlJ

Hr^

«-*-»', (tbe same), S.

Luke

xx. 17.
aii',

P..^>\q_»
PI.

« -\ ^Ae Prince of the power of the

Eph.
48,

ii.

2.

^
-

'

«
X

-> I

Def.

]ji-*9,
I

S.

Jolin

vii.

«tc.

— Constr.
7noons,

\»S'f^

'

»

'^, <Ae

beginnings of the months,

i.e.

^Ae

?zei/;

Col.

ii.

16.
iii.

Heb. ^X'n, Gen.
the head,

15,

and very frequently.
ch. vii.
1.

Cbald.

^Xl,

Dan.

iL 38.

The sum, amount,

PI. p^J^*!,

ver. 6; Ezr. v. 10.

pilOCD, the feast.
Gr.
KXicrta,

Noun
S.

raasc. def.
ix.

Luke

14:

A reclining ; compani/ of recliners, Room or place for reclining, ch.
o-rr^/jty/ios,

xiv. 8.
PI.
.

Stability, stedfastness, Gr.

2

S.

Pet.

iii.

17.

'^Vim

repeated with a distributive force, by companies,

in ranks, S.
S.

Mark

vi.

39,

40.— Def.
xx.
46.

]^iklCD, S. Matt, xxiii. 6;
7

Luke

Ix.

14; xiv.

7;

— R.

j^lOCD, reclined, 2>ropped

up.

5G

S.

JOHN

II.

9,

10.

Ver.

9.

I>ClL^, he tasted

— Gr.

cycuoraTo

— Verb Peal
4,

pret. 3. slug. Tasted.

Pret. 3. pi.
ii.

nVnv/

Hebr.

vi.

5.-2.

pi.

^Akll^,
)>C^L,
pi.

1

S. Pet.
ii.

3

Put. :>q14j, S. Joliu
pi.

viii.

52.-2.

sing.

Col.

21.

—3.
xxiii.

^^v^ V

S.

Matt. xvi. 28, &c.

1.

IxiL^, Acts

14

Part. Peil i>Q.»JL-^, Acts xxvii. 33,
,

Ethpeel i<l.L^Z]
of the stock.— Pret.

was grafted
2.

q. d.

was made
xi.

to taste the sap
17,

sing.

ALOL^Zf, Rom.
pi.

24


iv.

Put.

i<lL^Aj,

1.

sing.

:>aL4ZT, ver. 19.-3.

^Olni^Aj,
ver.

ver. 23,

24.I_Aphel IxiL^f, grafted.— F\x.t. ))<ll^,
Heb. Dj^toTPs. xxxiv.
V.

23.—
Dan.
22;

9.— ChakL D^D,

Pa-

21.—

— — —

OCn, Demonstrative
.QJOIJ,
.Qj]
,

who

themselves

Pronoun

accus. pi.

—here representing the Gr. of OCn, — masc. — Pleonastic, referring
PI. (pref. relat. j)

article.

he, himself.

to the following

|jAj1k\,

to the

bridegroom

— Gr.

rov wixcfiLov

— pAjo,

noun masc.

def.

(pref. prepos.)

A

bridegroom.

Heb. IflHj one
Ps. xix.
6.

who

takes

any

one's daughter

in marriage,

— R.

\T\T\, 5'«ve

a daughter in marriage

— Part.

|n'n>

father-in-law, Exod. xviii.
10.
5

1.

]1d, lohcn, after that

—orav—

5

taking the vowel of the following

word, to which

it is

prefixed.

Q_i05]j, they have well, sufficiently,
pi.

drunk

—jxiOvaOwcn— Aphel
3. pi.

pret. 3.

of ]05,

Drank

his

fill,

was intoxicated

—Aph. wj05J, with the
ch.
'

same

signification.

A MS.

reads Q_.o55, Peal pret.

Heb. Hiph. ni'^n> watered

copiously, Isa. iv. 10.

—jrjOl, then
x
7

— —Adverb of
TOT€
is

time.

See note,
^

i.

.51.
.

;_i^5, which

worse

— rov
«

IXdxrcriii

— -f*^ — Def.
Form

(pref. j) adj.

Small;

less

in size or value.

\V

Vf^ r-*^^>
ii.

Ctr. oiTro fxipovi,

(he hath grieved)
the least, S.

in part
V.

(all

of you), 2 Cor.
|r-»^^, ch.

5.

|^j^^,
of part.

Matt.

19; Fern.

ii.

6.

Peil from

5^,

S.

JOHN

II.

10,

11.

57

Ver. 10.

Decreased.
1

Whence
3; xi. 17.

also |Z.O^j^iD,

noun fem,

def.

A

small thing,

Cor.

iv.


^

vjOTjZ;-^, thou hast kept

(pron.

pleon.)—reTT/prj/cas

— Pret.

2. sing,

of
3.
iii.

\J^

(2

S. Pet.

ii.

5),

Kept^ guarded, watched, reserved.
aff.

—Pret.
Pvev.
pi.

sing. fem.
8,

Z;-^, with

S.

John

xii. 7.

2. sing,

h-^^,

10.— 1.

sing. II'J^, S.

John

xv. 10; xvii. 12,
aff. xii.

&c.— 3.
vii.

O^^J,
Fut.

ch. XV. 20; xvii.

6.-2.

pi.

^Z^^J, with
aff.

Acts
25:

53

•J^,
final

S.

Luke

xi.

21: with
ii.

S.

John

—Fem. (without
v.

^) 4Z, Rom.
S.
pi.

26.-2.

sing.

CiU

1

Tim.

21.— 3.

pi.

^^^,
3.

John

XV. 20,

&c.— 2.
v,

pi.

^^^Z,
Jude

ver. 10; S. Matt, xxiii.
ver. 21

1.

;_yJ, 1 S.

John

3; S.

Imperat. \^,
xxiii. 3

S.

John

xvii. 11, &c.

PI.

O^^,
Part.

ch. xiv.

15;

S.

Matt,

Inf ^^kl2l, Eph.
\J^^,
S.

iv.

3

'^,

S.

John

vii.

19, <fec.— Fem.

Luke
John

ii.

19, 51:

— Constr.

p^jZ Z;_^,
»;

the keeper

of

the

door, S. 54, &c.

xviii. 16, 17.

—PL masc.
Pet. 5; S.
.

^

<^

S.

Matt, xxvii. 36,
ii.

— Coalescing with —with ^Aj], ^Aj^^J, — masc. ^ y
8.

^J1~k», _JL_»^.^, 1 S.

John

3;

iii.

22;
iii.

Gal. iv. 10
i.

Part. Peil -r-^J^,

Rom.

PI.

>;

-

^)

1 S.

Jude

ver,

1.

Heb,
vii.

*1t3Jj —
-J.

Ps.

ciii,

9.

— Chald.
ii.

"^tSJ ^^V^ in —

the heart, Dan.

28.

Compare

S.

Luke

19.


11.

j^OrX
ch.

piD,-L, xhntil
i.

now

ecos

a'prt

— Compound —Noun fem,
Jl^, ph

adverb.

See notes,

51;

ii.

7.

(Z|, sign, miracle
'

— Gr.
vi.

tcUj/

(n^jactW

def.

A

sign, portent.

—PI.

def.

iZoZT,

ver. 23, below.
i.

Heb. nix, Gen.
Dan.
iii.

U.— Chald.

[TO,
def

t^ef.

^^»m,

32, 33
first

;

28.
Trjv

lAjJiD,^, the
i.'l5.

— Gr,

ap;(7)i/— Ordinal fem.

— See

note, ch.

Trans,

This
Galilee.

is

(wiOl

IjCJl) the first

miracle that Jesus did in

Cana

of

^>o|o, and made known, manifested forth
3.

koX icftavepwa-e
7

I

sing,

(pref O, which takes the vowel) of VJ^,

—Aphel Knew. — Aph.
pret,

W,

('.

8

,

oS

S.

JOHN

II.

11—14.

Ver. 11.

Indicated, declartd, signified.

Pret.
3.

1.

sing. Ai.jOI, ch, xvii. 6,

26;
S.

with

aff.
ii.

ch.

xv.

15.
7


7

pi.

Q-L?©!",
ix.

S.^Matt.
aff.

xviii.

31;
xvi.

Luke

17

Fut. VijQJ,
aff.

Eom.

22; with

S.

John

13.
aff.

1.

sing.

^50 1, with

Acts xx. 27.

3. pi.

,QA5QJ, with

Col. iv. 9

Part, vxjok), S.

John

xvii. 26; xviii. 32, Ac.

Heb. Hiph. yniH,
ii.

Ps- cxlv.

12.— Chald. Aph. yTH, Dan.

15, &c.

12.

(jcn, this

—TovTo — Demonstr.
19.

pron. fern. sing.
IjOl,

—Followed

by

«_iCTl

it

assumes the foi'm ^jOI
ch.
i.

as in the preceding vei^se,

and


13.

v^

'

N^; a

few, not 'many

— Gr.
Of

ov ttoXXcis

— Adj. used adverbially, as
vii.

Lat. paulum.

Lit. light,

little.

See note, ch.
koL iyyv<; ^v

33, below.
adj.

JOOI fc^lj^O, and...ioas at

hand

— kHj^-O,
is

Near,

nigh

at

hand, nearest.

foi-ni part.

Peil of •^^-O,
near,
29,

vms

near.


__

("17 Def. t^lj^, used
S.
»

as a substantive,
affixes,
«fec.

One who
as ver.

a neighbour,
&c.

Luke
I
»;

X.

36; and with

27,


g.

Fern.
ii.

7

(•^

(^ ^
:

S.

John

_

xix.

20,
7

I 7

PI,
7

masc. __i_Cl»;_D, Acts

17
fern.

^

10, &c.
X.
i.

coalescing with ^JLki, _l.j.£i-.^, Gr. TrapoVrcs, 2 Cor.
ii.

11.— Def. ]iL.^, Eph.
38, &c.

13,

17.— PI.

^A .•;A^

Mark

Heb. lilp, Ps. xxxiv. 19;

xxxviii. 12.


14.

^K»^,

the

Passover

— to

Tracrp^a

—-Noun masc.

def
passed
over, ver. 13, &c.
p\.

Heb. riD3> Exod.
'

xii. 11.

—R.

nD3>

^

*^1?; ihose that
*

bought— Gr.
(S.

tovs TrwXoviTaq

^
rel.

7

j)

of

Rev.
S.
S.

V, 9.

^1
1.

Mark

xv. 46), Bought.
S.

sing.

Axoi,

Liike xiv. 18, 19.
S.

— Part. — —
29;
S.
pi.

masc.

(pref.
7

Pret. 2. sing. LlS^},
3.

pi. pi.

Q_L£2l,

Matt, xxvii. 7:

— Fem.
Fut.
S.
.

JL±^\,
S.

Mai'k xvi.
xiii.
1.

1.— 1.

^-lOl,

Luke
3. pi.

ix.

13


10

^U,
John
T
•»

John

Luke
7

xxii. 36.
vi.

^Q-LOp,

^

iv.

8, &c.

..1.
fem.
*
p
i

Imperat.

pi.

*^1

,

S.

Matt. xxv. 9

_£:)p, ch.
^

5

.

Inf.

—r^llQJi, ver.
7
..

Part.

^^1, Rev.

xviii.

11

Part. Peil
3.

pi. con.str. kj.J.ju£Dl

redeemed from the earth. Rev. xiv.

-

— —

S.

JOHN

II.

14.

59

Ver. 14.

Chald.

pT,
'•

bought, yahved for oneself

.

Part.

pi.

masc. jO^T,

Dan.

ii.

8.

N.B.
1.

The Editions vary

in their reading of this passage; thus,
is

_.jj>dl> ^QJOlli wkkD^Io, and found those that bought,
reading of the Vienna Edition, Tremellius, and Hutter:

the

2.

_»uJ_Ol5

^3li^
.

j]*-)

,fn«-^ ^>a.IL»]o,

and found in
4to: —

the temple

those that bought,
3.

— De
\m\
is

la Boderie, Paris

_jJLCi]lD5

jln

.

mo
(S.

.^...n

«|n^

and found in

the

temjyle those that sold,

— Ed. Regia, Plantin, Trostius, and Guthir.
adopted by Schaaf and Leusden.

This latter reading

\ioL, oxen

^o'as

PI. def. of

poZ.

Luke

xv. 23.

— Gr.
;

toi' fxoa-)(ov),

noun masc. def A bull, ox. Heb. lity, Exod. xxi. 28;
^in,
vii.
pi-

collectively,

Gen. xxxii.
21
Ezr.

6.

—Chald.
9,

rni^, D^m.

Iv.

22, 29,

3O;

v.

vi.

17;

17. —-So

Gei-m.

Z^m:

—-Welsh
A

in

other languages, as Gr. ravpos:
tarw.

Lat. taurus:

— —

]£)p»0, and sheep —Kdl Trpofiara

^Pl. def.

of

|0;^

(S.

Matt.
xviii.

xii. 11, 12),

noun masc.
XV,
4.

def.

sheep.

PI. —.i.^'^JL, S.

Matt,

12; S.

Luke

p_2'^2:»!iCL_i.O ,

a7id the changers

of m07ieg


''

koL toi)s KepfxaTiards

PI.

def. of ^l£);.JLLd,

and

A

of the accusative,

noun masc. def, A money-changer. With pref. O, which takes before the vowelless conArab, turned, changed moneg.

sonant.

— R.

7

»^j-i», in

_jl-OAj5, sitting

(Part, as such,

marked by

pref.

j)

KaOrjiiivovi

Part. pi. masc, of »:dA_» (ch. iv. 6), Sat, inhabited,
3. sing. fern.

dwelt. —

^Pret.

ArbAj,

S.

Luke
John

x.

39.— 1.
17,

sing.

AriiAj, Acts xxv.

17.— 3.

pi.

O^Aj,
Gr.

S.

vi.

&c.— 2.

pi.

^L^L,, Satin
_oZl», Acts
xvi.

mourning
13
Put.

iirevOijcraTe,

1 Cor, v. 2.

1. pi.

^Aj,
pi."

S.

Matt,

xiii,

2,

&c.— 3.
&c

pi.

^OoAj,

S.

Matt.

XX. 21,-2.
xxii. 44,

^OTdZI", ch. xix. 28,
ch.

Imperat. *l^l, S, Matt,

&c.— PI. a^L]
Rev.
iii.

xxvi. 36; S.

Mark
vi.

xiv."
3,

32

Inf.

^/Vn\
7

21

Part.

^AJ,
-^

S.

John

.tc.:— Fem.

IoAJ,

ch. xi. 20.

— PI.

fem.

^Ai,

S.

Matt, xxvii. 61.

(iO

S.

JOHN

II.

14,

If).

Ver.

1-1.

Aphel *£dZo|, caused
Acts
xxvii.
pi.

to sit,

placed; with
1.

afF.

Eph.

i.

20;
ii.

ii.

6;

6

Fut.
1

.^ZoJ,
Cor.

sing.

»r::iZol,

Acts

30

Imperat.

Q^Zo|,
i.

vi. 4.

Heb. '2^\ Ps.
15.

1.— Chald.

^HV

Dan.

vii. 9,

10, 26.
jL..;.2).

|Li;.S, a scourge

— <^payeXXtov— Some
S.
'?/'

editions read

Noun

masc. def.— PI. def. U-Ti'^,

Matt, xxvii. 26.

U£l>^ r-^' ^f

^^'""^^j

small cords

— Gr.

Ik o-^oivkdv

A

rope, cord.
aff.

The

singidar iised collectively.
32.

—Noun masc. — _.»_\Cl>j,
def, PI.

with

pleon.

Acts xxvii.

Heb. 7^11) Ps.

xvi. 6; xviii. 5.

—R. 7]3n> hound,
pret. 3. sing, of
:

twisted.

«^^|,

i^e drove

out —

i^e/SaXev
to

— Aphel
v.

*Q.£U, went
spent.

out.

—Aph.
i.

Caused

go out, led
S.

out, drove forth

— Pret.
aff.

3. sing. S.

fern.

AA^jf,

Mark
•7.-7

26; S.

Luke

viii.

43: with
sing.

Mark

12.— 2.
9.

sing.

Lo^],

Acts
xiii.

xxi.

38.— 1.

Aosj],
TV

Hebr.
34, 35,

viii.

3.

pi.

Q.£i£i\,
S.

Acts
Matt.

50: with
^Fut.
2. sing.

aff. S.

John
S.
S.

ix.

&c.— 1.
:

pi.

^r,^f
-

vii.

22

^oAl,
*Q^Z,
42:
<fec.

Matt.

ix. 38, &c.

Fern.

oc^7^ Hebr.

vi. 8.

Luke
aff. aff.

X. 35.

1. sing.

%n.k)], S. Matt. vii. 4; S.

Luke

vi.
1,

S.
S.

John

vi.

47.

3.

pi.
2.

Aci£U,

S.

Matt. x.

—with —with
ije
i.

John

ix.

22; xvi.

2.

pi.

An^L
7

with Uj05,

shall

answer, defend yourselves, S.
above.
vii.

Luke
vi.

xii.

11,

see note, ch.
S.

43,

1.

pi.

*CU2L3,
vi.

1

Tim.

7

Imperat. *CL2i\,
S.

Matt.
xv.

5; S.

Luke
aff.

42.— Pi. OQ^f,
John

Matt.

x.

8;"s.

Luke

22;— with
5,

S.

Matt. xxii. 13._Llnf.
x.
3,
7

nrs^Kr\

S. Matt. vii.

&c

Part. *Cl.£lk5, S.
xii.
xiii.

etc.
7

PI.

masc. ,_-*_CL2liD,
7

S.

Matt.

27
28.

Part. pass. .O c^V), plur. masc. __»_Q^i1d,

S.

Luke

Chald.
Ezr. V.

Aph.
vi.
5.

p311, p2^ri,
the temple

brought

out,

Dan.

v.

2,

3;

14;

(In

.m _Sd, from,
noun masc. A
Heb.

out

of,

Ik tou

Upov

— Def.

of ^\^1j01,

temple, king's palace.
Ps- V.

^yn,

8.— Chald. ^yn,

def.

X^3\n,

(^te

kings

— —

S.

JOHN

11.

15.

61

Ver.

1-5.

palace^

Dan.

iv. 1,

26: the temi^le of Jerusalem, or at Babylon,
iv.

Dan.

V. 2, 3,

5; Ezr.
out —
Pret.

14.—
l^^x^e.
pi.

r-»lo> f*'^^

poured

koX
3.
ii.

—Yerb

Peal pret.
xvi.
pi.

3.

sing.

Shed,

])oured forth.
1.

Oy^j, Rev.
18
15.

6

Fut.

5aj»p,
xvi.

sing. 50.^^,

Acts

17,
iii.

Imperat.

Oja^l, Rev.

Inf. y^]ki\, Rom. 1 The verb does not occur in Heb., but

its deriv.
1-5:

7^^^,
the

the stream,
fern,

outpouring of the brooks,
^^S^'^{,
pi.

Numb.

xxi.
xll.
iii.

— and

form
the

nnSi'i^* Josh. x. 40 ;

a— Constr.
17;
iv.

nntJ^X,

springs, or ravines of Pisgah, Deut.

49; Josh.

xii. 3.

— —

^TIJL£)5qJL, their money
Avith
aff.

— Gr.

to Kep/xa
"piece

—_^5ai»,
see

noun masc. (here
p_2)5al>, Gr.
verse.
(pref.

3.

pi.),

Money, a
xii. 41.

of money.

Def

yaXKov, S.

Mark

^01-»)oA^O, and
with
table
affix, of

their tables

— R. «^r^, note, preceding — Plur. — Gr. ras
koX
rpaTre'^as
xii. 4,

O)

l5oAs
(S.
S.

(S.

Matt. xxv. 27), noun masc. def.

A

table,

of shew-bread

Matt.

&c.); money-cJmngeri table.

PI.

def liioAi),

Matt. xv. 27, &c.
dviarpeif/e

j^OI, He overthrew
converted,


i.

—Yerb
55.— 1.
S.

Peal pret.

3.

sing.
3.

Turned,
fern.

changed,

subverted,

returned.
sing.
ii.

Pret.

sing.

Aliaoi,
Gal.
i.

S.

Luke
3.

56;

viii.

Aii^cn, Acts
etc.

xxii. 17;
.

17.


S.

pi.

n^c^ m^
9.

Luke
pi.

20,

:— Fem.
Gal.
.51

i

"i^OI,
Fut,
xii.

ch. xxiii. T\ X

56;

xxiv.

2.

^Ari^OI,
-X

iv.

9

^O^OIJ,
44;
S.

Luke
xi.

X. 6; xix. 12.-

1.

sing.

^^aSOlj,
S.

S.
ii.

Matt.
12,

Luke

24.-3.
S.

pi.
viii.

jn^TlJ,
39

Matt.

&c
x.

Imperat. *^a^C7l,

Luke
vii.

Part. ^^^Ol, S.

Luke

35:

— Fem.
{ .

pg^ rn^ 2 Cor.
noiin fem.

10.

From

this verb are derived
ii.

'•^

ng^

m
def.

An
def. S.

overthrow, 2

S. Pet.

6.

jliSOOl, noun masc.
PI.
viii.

Conversation, manners, 2

S.

Pet.

ii.

7.

paooi,

James

iii.

13.

—Constr.
Ixxviii.

wjt:ll£DO(JI

,

Rom.

13.

]tsi£}(Tl,

noun fem. def
"nfin,

Opp>osition.

PI. def.

lAoSiCn,

1

Tim.

vi.

20.

Heb.

Gen. xix. 21, 25; Ps.

9.— Deriv. HDfin,

overthroio, Gen. xix. 29.


JOHN

.

02
y

S.

II.

16.

7

Ver, IG.

_.^J_C)liD5, that sold
(pref. relat.
5

— Gr.

tois ttwXouo-iv

—Pael
7

part. pi. masc.

—TV
^1
21,
(S.
7

before vowelless consonant) of _-Ol,
xiii.

£ ought. — Pa.
v. 8.
11

Matt.

44, 46), .S'oM.— Pret.

2. pi.
.

^^Ll^l, Acts
*^1,

Fut. ^--^P, S.
7

Luke
T

xxii, 36.__Irapei*at.

S.

Matt. xix.

&c.— PI. QJL^l,
Acts

S.
_

Luke
14

xii.

33

Part?
7 7

^llD; — Fern.
»
vii.

constr. AjLli|lD,

xvi,

Part. pass.

_0)Ld, Rom.

14.



hUSo, hence
cb.
i.


]J,

ivrevOti'

—Advei'b
(pron.
(J

compounded of pD + ^-^.

See note,

28.

OlJO,

'~)

\L

make not
did,

aff.

pleon.)

fx-rj

TrotetTe

— Put.

2. pi.

of

..ClL,
'

Made,

witb

used as an imperative, as always in pro§

7

bibitions.

Cowper's Gr.
_ik

213

(3).

cnAj-CiX,

the house (pref.

of the object,

and

aff.

pron. pleon.)

Tov oXkov
tion.

|A

.

o

(cb. viii. 35),
7

noun masc.
_

def.

A

house, habitaA A

By

ajiocope, wj-ii, S. Matt. xii. 25.

— Constr.
(

"
>

<^^

which

occurs in this verse, and in the proper
cb.
]';_i.rD'|
i.

name

l. 1

S.

ZLl.^, Bethany,

28.

—Also in the following expressions,
2)rison, cb.
iii.

Ljl^, house of the hound,
»

24;

S.

Matt.

v. 25,

«fec.

jVnm*-^ A
71

*^^ the
1\

place of spices, censer
to


v.

OvfxLaTyjpiov

— Hebr.
iii.

ix. 4.

"jAib

Aj.^, fro7n house

house,

1

Tim.

13; 2 Tim.
S.

6.

I^i

A^^,

house of the treasure, treasury,
j^lcic^

John

viii.

20,

ttc.

p.j5 A_i.^,

ofjudgment, Acts

xvii. 19, &c.

fJLjj Aj-HD, house

of the judges, council, of olives,
S.

S.

Matt.

x. 1

/

\t\J\

Aj_0,

j)lace

Luke

xix. 29, 37; xxi. 37.

|l
p

«

» n J5001-» A^jud),
X
1
1>

the comjKinions

of Judas and
vii.

Silas,

Actsxv.

32.

"jA »r)

n Aj.^,

tlLC

synagogue,

S.

Luke

5; xxii.

(S^.

^oAlD

A^^,
iv.

a case for containing books, Gr.
13.
f/cat/,

<j>aiX6i'r)v

or

<^£/\oi'j;v

2 Tim.
(ZwfciiD

Aj«C), /(OM*r q/^Ac

sepulchre, H. Matt. xiv.

2.

S.

JOHN

II.

IG,

17.

63

Ver.

1 6.

|ici£iLD A-»_S , house

ofpublicans, receipt of custom, S. Matt. ix.
S.

9,

&c.

]_i;_*iiD
S.

A

.

o^

pilace

of entertainment, guest-chamber,

Mark

xiv. 14;

Luke

xxii. 11,

jZJQ.,^
^
I

L^a, place
^j?«ce

of custody, prison, Rev.
eyes,

ii.

10; xx.

7.

»

^ A-*.^,

of the

forehead, Rev.
S.

vii. 3, etc.

(JQ-OiD L.i.^,2)lace of burial, grave,
form,

John

xi, 17, 38, &c.

and

pi.

liiono

Ajl.^, the same, S. Matt.

viii.

28, &c.

|m

ey^

n

Aj_^, Iwuse of
"

stores, barn, S.

Luke

xii.

24; and with

aff.

ver. 18.

PJD3Q_D
xxi. 4.

L.»^^,2Jlace of oblation, treasury, S. Matt, xxvii. 6; S.

Luke

PI. def. lAib, S. Matt. xix. 29,

&c.— R. ZoTi Ao,
Ps. v. 8; xxiii.
constr.

pcm^et^

^/je

mght.


constr. Jl^3, pi.

Heb. n^Sj —
Dan.

D*^S)
. .,.

6,

and of
XD'^Sj

frequent occurrence.
ii.

— Chald.
i/xTropiov

^1^3,

Jl^S,

def.

5; iv. 27; Ezr. v. 2, 3, 9,

11.—
fern. def.

jZ5GLitjZ, merchandize

— Gr.

—Noun

Business, traffic;
xii.

Gain, profit. Acts xvi. 16; Diligence, S.

Luke

58; Wages,

Rom.

vi. 23.
7.'»
,

R. ^i]
17.

conducted business.
tliey

Oi^5Z.(o,

and

remembered
first

ifj-vrjcrOrjcrav

Se

—Ethpeel
tfcc.)
-1.

pret. 3. pi.
T.),

(pref. O,

taking the

vowel) of ^Dj (Peal not found in N.
(S.

Jiemembered.—'EthTpe. ^^jZ]
Pret.
XI.
3.

Matt. xxvi. 75,
xvi. 19.

the same.

sing. fern. 'L-f^^L],
3.

Rev.

sing.
8.

Z^^jZ], Acts
1.

16.

pi.

fem. —.VOjZI, S.

Luke

xxiv.

pi.

^jZ(,
S.

S.

Matt, xxvii. 63
1. sing.

Put. ^i)5Aj,
viii.

2. sing.

-rD^LL, S. Matt. v. 23.

•rOyL],

Hebr.

12;

x.

17
~

Tmperat. ^^DjZf,
S.

Luke
32

XVI. 25;

with

aff. xxiii. 42.

7-i>
Part. •f^'iD^,

Plur. OiSi'iL],

Rom.

i.

9,
1

&c.

17-r.

Luke

xvii.

PI. masc.
i.

—ffO'iL^, coalescing

with

^jo, ,_L^jAk5,

ThesR.

2.

:

-

G4
Ver. 17.

S.

JOHN

II.

17.

Heb.
that

^l^T, ~ T
it

Gen.

viii.

1; Ps. xxv. 7, &c. &c.

— —

»djA^J,
?
-^

was written

—on
i.
^

yeypa/A/AeVov eortV

— Part.

Peil of

%^Ld, Wrote
c

—see note,
7

ch.

45.

Pref. > before vowelless letter.
afF.

7

OT-U-fej,
{

</<e sert?

(pref. 5

of assertion, and

pron. pleon.)

d ^17X05
aff.

1 .1

(^

(Rom.

X. 2),

noun masc.

def. Zeal,

emulation; with

3.

pi.

Rom.

xi. 11.

—Root
7

^-1-4 ^-fej
vii.

Envied, emulated, was zealous.
7
Tt

7

Pret. 3. pi, Q-L^,
iii.

Acts
1

9

Put. ,_4J
1,

Imperat.

^,
iv.

Rev.

19.—PI. Q_l^,
i.

Cor. xiv.
1

39.— Part.
xii.
7

^,
S.
xi.

2 Cor. xi. 2;

Gal.

14.

PI. masc. __»_1_^,
X to zeal.
1

Cor.

31;

James

2
aff.

.7

Apb. _4l, aroused
ch. X.

Put.

19?_Inf. QJ^k),

coalescing Avith _J_k»,

777
1.1

_^,

Rom.
-K

14; with
pi.

Cor. x. 22.JlPart.

(\V>^ 1 Cor. x. 22.

-^, —

—uJ-^iO,
1

.

.

1

\n]
J

Jiaih eaten
1.

Me tq:)
^^j

KaTecf)aye fic

— Peal

pret. 3. sing, (with

aff.

pron.

sing.) of

(S.

Matt.

xii. 4),

Ate, devoured,

consumed;
viii,

and followed by

(t^-D, accused, calumniated, see note, ch.
sing. fem.
iv.

44,

below,—Pret.
xiii.

3.

Al^f, Rev.
Luke
viii.

xx. 9
1.

:—with

aff.

S. Matt.
x.

4; S.
pi.

Mark

4; S.

5.

sing.

A\nj^ Acts

14.-3,
ver,
vi,

o\D t
pi.

S.

John
S.

vi. 13,

23, 31, 49,
xiii.

&c,— 2rpl. ^Al^f,
John
sing,
vi.
xii.

26.— 1.
50, 51,

^li)V,

Luke

26

Put. ^a£:]j, S,
xiv.

&c.— 2,

^Q^t,
5,
(fee.
:

ver, 14; S.

^QJdU, S, John iv. 32, &c.— 3.
sing.

Mark
pi.

12.-1,
S.
S.
vi,

^al^]j,

John
Matt.
53,

..77
with wjOIO*

^,

_

that they might accuse
pi.
<

Him,
John

_

10;

S.

Luke

vi.

7;

xii.

54.-2.
vi.

o\n ]Z,

S.

&c,—
x.

1, pi,

^Q^Ij,

S.

Matt.

31,

&c
xii.

Imperat. ^oo"}. Acts

13;

xi. 7:— Pern. ^j.1q.d1' S.

Luke
S.

19.— PI. aXo^f,
iv.

S.

Matt.

xxvi. 26, etc
S.

Inf.

V\n]v>\
.

John

33,
:

&c

Part,

^"j'

John
29.

vi,

58, (tc
>

Fem. U^]°, Rev.
^"^j, S.
S.

xi.

5

Def. TAXd]', Hebr.

xii.

PI. masc.

Y

"

John
xv.

xii. 28,

kc.

,.77 —with «_*cno»;-D,
xxiii.
2,

S.

Matt, xxvii. 12;

INIark

3;
1

S.

Luke
viii.
.

10:—
^Aj(,

coalescing with

^-»^, _L-»-_i^|,
v.

Cor.

8;
1

—with
,

.oAj_\d(, Gal.

15.

—Constr.

masc.

|»V.D

\.0 j

accusers,

S.

JOHN
fem.

II.

17—19.

65

Ver. 17.

2 Tim.
11.

iii.

3,

PI.

|»V^ ^-^^h
2.

slanderers,

1

Tim.

iii.

Heb.
»7
.
TV

7^Ji5, Ps. xxvii.

&c. &c.-^Chald.

7^X

in

phrase,

like the Syr. as above,
7

Dan.

iii.

8

;

vi.

25.

18.

Aj

I

(Q_kkSd , shewest

Thou
of

the pres.

2. sing.)
1.)

JQ_»«j,

20; xxi.

Shewed,

— Paelpart. (with pronoun forming not used in — Pa. wjCIjo xx. AjQ.>j, manifested, proved. — Pret.

Set/cvueis

Peal.

(ch.

1.

sing.
S.

Gal. u. 18; with

aff. S.

John

x.

32.-3.

pi.

a^ClL,

Matt.

viii.

33; xiv.
Fut.

12.— 2.
S.

pi.

^A^aL,
xii.

2 Cor. vii. if; Hebr. vi. 10
aff.

ja»,J,

John

33; xxi. 19; with
aff.

ch. xvi. 15.

1. sing. 3. pi.

|Q.jsi|,

Rom.

ix.

17; with
13.

S.

Luke

vi.

47;
vi.

xii. 5.

^Q_K»J, Acts xxiv.


:

1. pi.

]q_k>J, 2 Cor.
aff.
ii.

4

Im-

perat. |Q-kj, S,
S.

John

vii, 4,

&c.

with

ch. xiv. 8, 9.

PI. 0C1.k»,

Luke
John
7

xvii. 14;

with
S.

aff. S.

Matt.

8, &lc

Inf. O-iOj-^JSiQli,
7

S.

xiv.

22;
PI.
7

Matt. xvi. 21
•K

Part, fem, |Iqlj1Sd, Hebr.

ix. 16,

&c.

7

masc. __»Q_K»iiD, S. Matt. xxiv. 1;
iv

— coalescing
7 ii.

7

with

^j^, ^jOjoiiD,
Pi.

2 Cor. iv.

2.

P ..

PI. fem.

^a>.Kk), Acts

ix. 39.

Heb.
V.
,

n^n,

Ps. xix.
ch.
ii,

3,— Chald.

Pa. X^jH, Dan.

11, 24;

7.—Aph. Xinn,

6, 9, 10, 16, 27. .7
pi.

X

19.

OJOACD, destroy
sing.
xii.

Xvcrare
ii.
P

— Lnperat.
18

of 5Z.\£D, Destroyed.
1 sing.

— Pret.
S.

1.

ZjAto, Gal.
7

Put. SoAtdJ,

5oAid],

Luke

18

Part. jAlD, S. Matt, xxvii. 40.

PI.

^htSQ,

coalescing

with

,_J_K.,

,_Lj5Ajm, 2 Cor.

x. 5.

Heb. ^nD>
Niph),
def.

hid, concealed,

once in Kal, Prov.

xxii,

3 (^*lp
pi.

— Chald, Pa.
ii.

*lJ^Dj covered, concealed.

Part. pass.

fem.
Ezr.

Dan.

22.

Destroy ed,

i.

e.

removed out of

sight,

V. 12.

t

Vnn

.

]A-^A_^, in three days


.

Iv rpia-lv
:

-^itipai<:

—The

prep. _^ reS.

ferring to point or measure of time

— Sta

rpicoi/ rjfjiepwv,

Matt,

xxvi. 61,
S,

Compare jAVnn
ii.

\^ after (some) days

— Gr,

8l Tjjxipwv,

Mark

1.

W.

C.

9


JOHN

66

S.

II.

19—21.

Ver. 19.

]j\

:>Qj-QSd X^T, I "^^U

'raise

up

— eyepw —Apliel
aff.

part, (forming
arose.

pres. tense,

but pointing to future time) of iOQX) J>CLD,
(ch.
xii.

Aph. JsOj-d]
sustained.

1, 9), Erected, confirmed, established,

— Pret.
S.
>

1. sing.

Akl.»_D|, with

Eom.
5

ix. 17.

3. pi.

oV>. o]
S.

Matt. xxvi. 15; S.

Luke

xxii.

Fut. i>Q_i_QJ,

Matt. xxii. 24; xxv. 33.

2.

sing. "^Cl^JdL,
aff. S.

Acts

vii.

60.

1. sing.

V>

o

")'

ch. XV. 16:
X.

with

John

vi.

39, 40, 44,
S.

54.—

3. pi.

^okLi-QJ, Rom.
i«Q-»-aJ,
iii.

3.-2.
3
pi.

pi.

^qIDj-dZ,

Mark

vii.

9.—
9;

1.

pi.

Acts

vi.

Inf.

akinio^,
-.i,V:> X

S.

Matt.

iii.

S.

Luke
'i

8
.

Part.
<^Vo^

masc.
iii.

^

i

OSCi, coalescing with
X

—Lw,
i.

.

V^

Rom.

31.— PI.

fern.

V)VnV),

2 S. Pet.

8.

Heb. Hiph. D\'pn,
D^'Pj'I,

Ps.
1,

xli.

11.— Chald. Aph. D^p^{, and

Dan.

ii.

21;

iii.

&c.

:

Ezr. vi. 18.
Tco-o-apaKovra

20.

>

v^.;|l

In ov during forty
its first

—Gr.

^-jl-L^j], numeral:

—remitting

"
^

vowel to ^, which marks duration of time.

«, years

Gr.

Ireo-tv

PI. of ]jL» (S.
xi.

Luke

ii.

41),

noun fem.
S.

A

year.— Dei. I'Ajj,
iii.

S.

John

49, 51,

&c.— Constr. Ai_»,
Luke
xii.

Luke
"{La,

1.—PI.
Heb.

def. (masc.

form)

]'. \

», S.

19.— R.

moved, changed.

n}^, pL W^^, T T T
-

Gen.

i.

14; xvu. 21, &c.

&c.— Chald.

niS5',pl.

W, Dan.
huilt, loas

vi.

L
building

-

'

^

*^M>

^^'f^

it]/

iiKoSofit^Or]

— Ethpeel
2. pi.

pret. 3.
.

sing, of

]i^,
20

Built.

— Ethpe.
7.

Was built.
iii.

Pret.

^A
^
.

i

«^7]^

Eph.

ii.

Part. |ir:Ak3, Hebr.
ii.

4.— PI.
21;

masc.

i

«-^aO-.^

Eph,

ii.

22; Col.

Chald. Ithpeel iiiSJli^, Ezr.
OCT! rSDl,

iv. 13,

v. 8,

16;

vi. 3.

He

spake

toas speaking

— lAcyc— Part,

forming imperf.

tense.

01 ^^«.. '=^3

,

of His Body

— rov awfiaro^ avrov —Noun with

pi'on. aff.

and

— —

S.

JOHN

11.

21—23.

67

7

Ver. 21.

pref. > of the genitive,

r-i^-^ (S- Matt. xix. 6),

noun masc, A

body, not necessarily a dead body, as in
S.

Hebrew
xix. 31.

—Def.

jj_.*_2,

John
Heb.

vi.

63.—PI.
a

def. Iv-v*-^, S.

John

*^y^,

carcase,

Gen. xv.

IL
Ik vcKpwv
9),

22.

(AjIId

Aj-O

^j from
Pi. def. of

tlie

dead

—(See
X

note,

ver.

16,

above).

A-lId (Acts xx.

Dead; a

participial adj.

of form part. Peil of ZllID, died.— Def.
X

XLJ^,
Tim.
v.

S.

John

xi. 39.

Fern.

XL»1o, Acts v. 10 ;— Def. ]1Ll1d,
ii.

1

6.—PI. —.A.*^,
vi.

Eph.

1,
ii.

5;

coalescing with

^-J->«»,

^J_»A.klD, 2 Cor.

9:

1 S. Pet.

24
J^J^D*

Compare Heb.

dead, the dead, Gen. xx.

3;

xxiii.

4;

Ps. Ixxxviii. 11; cvi. 28.


JOOI }^\,

He

liad said

—Gr.

iXeyev

Pret. followed by (ocn, forming

the pluperf. tense.

jriASji, the Scriptures
of %^L2i (2 Tim.

— Gr.
iii.

rrj

ypa^fi

PI. def. (pref.

1:^

of the object)

16),

noun masc.

A

book, writing.
is also

— Def,
a fem.

IcjAd,

S.

John

vii.

42, &c.
i.

form, Io'Ad, 2 S. Pet.
2 Thess.
iii.

«->Ao PI. ^ There 20.— Constr. A^Ao, 1
.

Cor. xvi. 21;

18.

—R

%:Oil!^, wrote. x.

Heb. iil^j Dan.
T
:

21.

— Chald. ^T)2,
T
;

-^

writing, Dan. v. 8,
ch. vii. 22.

&c.
23.

A

mandate, Ezr,
tlie

vi.

18;

prescribing

how much,
def.

liSiS*"^, in

feast —

Iv rrj eoprfj

—Noun masc.
def. r,f\.

with prefixed pre8.

position.

The form IjP*^
TroXXot
PI.

occurs, S. Matt. xxvi. 5; 1 Cor. v.
.i

]]

>
''

!

— — masc. ^^X7 abu/ndant. — Def. Matt.
fY),

inany

^

<^

^

adj.

Much,
..
(f
-

great,

((,.

..

rr>^

S,

vi. 7,

&c.

—Fem.
x.

I7
ii

<^,

Hebr.

iii.

3;
S.

v.

11.— Def.
i.

^7]

.

^m,

S.

Luke

40:— Constr.

Z|j_^Lm,
xxii. 14.

Luke

18.— PI.
I
7

masc. ^]"% J^O), S. Matt. xx. 16;
.
.".

—Constr. i^U..y^CD. —

..»7

X

7

PI. fem.

J.>.

u

rf),

Acts xxiv.

17.

68

S.

JOHN
S.

II.

23—25.

III. 1, 2.

Ver. 23.

— Def.
jA
.

p]

"

.^ fy>,

John

xiv.

30:—in

cb. xi. 47, it is written

.

m — R.
Dan.
ii.

L.

CD, .-k^i CO, increased,

was

great.

Heb.
grrm^,

X^ilb^, great,

Job xxxvi. 26; xxxvii.
ii.

23.

Chald. X^-lK',
adv.

31; Many, much,
12;
v. 9.

48;

iv. 9.

As an

Very,

greatly, ch.

ii.


25.

OV^j),

who saw, when
7

they

saw

— Gr.

^ewpoOi/Tes

— Pret.

3.

pi.

with

pref. 5, relative.

]ocn sO-iJiSQ,

X

He
7

needed

—-^pdav
^

€t)(cv

— Part. Peil (forming imperf.
signification,

tense) of *Q_LCD,
ticiple,

Was

in need.
of pass,
of.
7

Occurs in Peal only in this par-

which though

form has an active
masc.
7
.

Wanting, having need
&c,
:

PL
.

^
i

i

D
X

>

1

CO, S. Matt. ix. 12,
1;

X

coalescing with ^-1-k»,
1

1

i

O

1

CO,
1.

2 Cor.

iii.

— with
xii.

^Aj], ^Z^
..Pm -X

n
X
i

I

1

m,

1

Thess.

iv.

9; V.

Deriv. |/r)n

.

m

noun

fern. def.
(lit.

Poverty, necessity,

Rom.

13. iva

OT_ik

jOliDJ

t-M-Jlj, that

any

7nan) should testify to

Hvm-— Gr.

Tts fiapTvp-^cry

Put.

3. sing,

preceded by
i.

5

and having the force

of a subjunctive.

See note, ch.

15.

-

»

\-*^

^\d

^i,

of mail

lit.

concerning all {any) man.

Gr.

ir^pX

tou

avdpiOTTOV.

CHAPTER
1.

III.

pCLDJl, a rider
«•»
». ..

apx^^v
S.

—Noun masc.
xxiii. 13,

def.

derived from the Gr. word.
Officers of the

.7

PI.

pa^Jl,

Luke

35:

Temple, Gr.

o (TTpaTr)yo<i rov Upov,
2.
]

Acts

iv.

1.

^^'^
I

,

by night

— Gr.

vvkto's

—Def.
S.

of

-

»

^

\j
X
.xii.

noun masc. Night.
40.

PI. (fern,

form) ^^V.'V,
Isa.

Matt.

iv.

2;

Heb. ^^^,
Dan.
ii.

xvi.

3;

nS*S, Gen.

i.

5.— Chald.

^hh,

19, &c.

S.

JOHN

III.

2—4.

69

Ver.

2.

1

i

\|. J

,

toe

know

OLoafiev

Part.

pi.

.

i

\^,

coalescing -with
§ 91.
2),
i

_J_K>, and forming the present tense.

.,

p 1

S

,

7

(

g^N^n
masc.
S,

a

teac/ber

StSao-KaXos
teacher,
<g^

— Def. of
to

g^XVn
teach.

0.7

See Cowijer's Gr.
(1

Tim.

iii.

noun

A

doctor,
ii.

one apt

PI. def.

j

<yi\Vn

Luke

46.

— R.
(J
,

n\ taught
7

—Pa.
i.

part.

.g^Vv^
T>

Transl.
teacher.

We know

that

from God Thou
41.

wert sent (Gr.

lkrj\vda<;)

a

— —

3.

t'^vV') \
7

o^ n ,« V?
Unless
_

see note, ch.

5

r-^'
1>

'^^ 'I'Oho.

Interrog. pronoun forming witli
(or, except)
fxer
lit.

5
is.

a relative.

Transl.
7

he with

whom God

OlV}S,

loith

him

_

avTov

—Preposition with
that which
(is) the

affixed pronoun.

«..«_t3> ^JiD,

again
ch.

from

head, or beginning

See note,

ii.

8,

above.

— —

J

%>^1

V>

(J,

he cannot

— ov SuVarat— See
pleon.)
T-qv

note, ch.

i.

41, above.
(g.
^

OlZ.nnW>,
xii.

the

kingdom

(aff.

(iaa-ikdav

— nnXVn
]/

Matt.
5

25,

&c.)

noun

fern.

A
S.

kingdom.
Matt.

— Def.

nn\^o
def.

ver.

below.— Constr. ZonNV),
S.

xi. 11,

&c.— PI.

Matt.

iv.

8; S.

Luke

iv. 5.

—R. »^\Ld,

p n-^V^.o

counselled.

Heb.

ni^Sp
reign,

(in later

Heb.

for 'the earlier

form H^SiS)^),
1)^7/^, def. "
'

Kingdom,

Dan.
ii.

i,

1: Ps. cxlv. 11, 13.

— Chald.

i^mS^,
4.

Dan.

37, 39, &c.

(.ClCO, old

yipuiv

— Def.

of

»r::iLD,

adj.

Old, aged.

Fern. def.

"jA^m,
5

pi. def.

(pi.

IA^lCD 1 Tim. iv. 7, R. s^\^, greiv old. Heb. ^t (part, of yt), Job xv. 10.— Chald. :i^, Ezr. constr.)— PI. def X^^K^, ver. 9.
T - T
fxij
;

v.

— ^N
i

?

,

Gr.

A

particle

which varies in
Iva

its

meaning according to
?

the context.

Here

it is

In

ch. V. 14. lest

— Gr.

equivalent to Jieri potest ut
fjiij.

—num

?

\£Qih^, into

the

womb—d<;
1),

tt^jv

KoiXlav

— Def.

(with pref. prep.) of

.CD^D (ch. ix.

noun

fern.

The toomb,

helly.

PI,

^'p,

def.

TA£D-p,

S.

Luke

xxiii. 29.

Heb. b^15, once,

Jer.

Ii.

34.

70
Ver. 4.

S.

JOHN

III. 4.

_.kJ_01 __iZ)Z?, the second time
it«o.
7

—Zivr^pov—__iZ>Z,
is

fern, of __«5Z,

See note, ch.
7

vi. 7,

below.

_.k_LOl,
(sc.

pi.

of

_ai

(ch, V. 14),

noun maso. when
it

it signifies

Time

tempus); but fem.
jj-K>, ?tn(i

when

equivalent to Lat.
&c.
&c.

vice,

—as
22.

_Ol

wee, once,
P-C>1,

Rom.
S.

vi. 10,

The same

applies to

the plural.
if
'

— Def.

John

v. 6,

PI. as a fem. vices,
S.

.1

__kJLOl,

vicibus

multis,

oft-times,

Mark

ix.

-_i_L£^j,
"
^

when
-^

joined to a cardinal, forms a numeral adverb; as
tmice, Gr.
Si's

'^i

^Z>Z,
7

S.

X

Mark xiv. 30. ..17

,^

t

inj A\Z,
X

thrice,

Gr.

rpis, S.

John

xiii.

38, &c.
..

——k-UDl
X
7 7

*

7

.

•*^>^,five times,
sevew times, Gr.
7
i 1
.

Gr,

TTCvTa/cts

—2

Cor. xi. 24.
xviii.

cTTTUKts

—_jJL^] ^
Luke

^1!2l»,

S.

Matt,

21

;

S.

x\iii. 4.

seventy times, Gr.
is

il38ofir]KovTaj<L<s, S.

Matt,

xviii. 22.

—^ ..7 ^ Sn ni —But when
.

i

»,
j

I

X

prefixed to these cardinals,

it

expresses secundd, tertid

vice,
t

&c,

as in the text: see also ch. ix, 24; xxi. 16.

..I
»

7

.

7^

^

*^1

L-xL}, the

third time, Gr.

c/c

rpiTov, S.

Matt. xxvi. 44

:

to rpirov, S.

John

xxi.

17:

S.

Mark

xiv. 41; Tpirov, S.

Luke

xxiii. 22.

PI. def. \1J2>\
"iiiDl),

(according to some editions
xxi.

—the Vienna
7

reads
ix.

S.

Luke

24.— PI.

fem. ^JloI,

def.

lAiiJ, Hebr.
7

25, 26.
7

_S]
a

is

also used in adverbial expressions; as ^_0].^, formerly,

in time past, Philem. ver. 11.
certain season, S.

—_Ol _:OVO, from time
i.e.

7

7

7

to time, at

John

v. 4.

-iDV—ikHQ, evermore, at

all times, always, S. John- vi. 34, &c.

P-Ol

(J

50

(ioVO,

lit.

in time and of no time,
iv. 2,

in season

and out of season,

2 Tim.

—-k-LC^i
terrog.
xiii.

|klD,

oft-times,

Gr, TroXAccKiSy S, Matt. xvii. 15.

— InLuke

How
As

often? Gr.

7roo-axt<;;

ch. xviii, 21

.

xxiii.

37

;

S.

34.

often as (j), Gr. ocraVis,
Eccles,
iii,

Pev.

xi. 6.

Heb.
ritoT,

[JbT,
ii,

1.— Chald, pT
8;
vii,

or

pT,

def,

J^JDT, pL
itwies,

Dan,

16;

iii,

7,

25,

HJl/^l jO^T, ^^wee

ch, vi. 11.

S.

JOHN

III.

4—7.

71

Ver.

4.

V\vV.V

^

to

enier— eicreXecTv— Infin. (with

pref. 1.) of ^5L:^ S.

^
38;

(ch. xviii. 1.)

Entered.— PreVS.

sing. fern.

"AXL,
7

Mark

vi. 22,

25,
vii.

&c.— 2.
44.-3.

sing.
pi.

A\L,

S.

Matt. xxii.
iv. 8,

12.— 1.
&c.
pi.
:

sing,
.

ASI,

S.
S.

Luke
Matt.

qXL,

S.

John
xvi.

Fern.

'i\s,
S.

XXV. 10:
S.

^

'."^

V

S.

Mark

5.-2.

^oAXI,
&c.^Fut.
&c.
:

John

iv.

Luke xi.

52.— 1.

below.

2. sing.

pi. ^\s, ^OlI, S. Matt.

Acts

xi. 12,

^OU,
.

ver. 5,

viii. 8,

Fern.

i

1

i\sZ,
1. sing.

Vienna

edition

—others read ^i \s2..
20.— 3.
Matt.
pi.

S.

Mark

ix. 25.

^Q-^t, Rev.
2. pi.

iii.

^\S1,

S.

Mark

x.

23, 24,
S.

&c.—
v. 12.

^oIaZ*

S.

V. 20,

&c.— 1. pL ^OLJ,

Mark

Imperat. ^(1l, S. Matt.
Part, ^"[l, S.

vi. 6,

&c.— PI. cAoL,
]]]!, ch. xix.

ch. vii.

13
masc.
45:

John

x. 1,

2.— Fern.
&c.— PI.
xi.

42.— PI.
Matt.

^.^] v^
S.
'

S.
iv.

Matt,
19: S.

X. 11,

fem.

^t,

S.

xii.

Mark
'

Luke

26

Part. Peil
viii.

VNi'NS,

pi.

masc.

^ ^S,

in act. sense, S.

Luke

30.

Chakl. ^^"j^, ^"^^ Dan.
^TD-O,
is flesh

ii.

16, 24, &c,

crdp^ Icttl

—001 represents the
''.

subst. verb,
last

and the

two words are pronounced as one; in which case the
the noun (|;<^^) becomes
lowing.
7.

vowel of
fol-

So

also OCT! (-kjOJ,

immediately

Pron. besrau, ruchau.

;lb)ZZ

|j

,

marvel not
7

fji-rj

Oavfidcrrj^

— Ethpaal

fut. 2. sing,
7 7 ..1.

(with

]j

,

for
10,

imperat.) of ^loj, used only in Ethpa. ^S05Z.| (S. Matt.
&c.).

viii.

Wondered, was astonished.
3.

xiiL

2. sing.

L'^^L],
S.

ch. xvii. 7.
viii.

— Pret. —
27, &c.

3. sing.
1.

fem. 'Z^iDjZ.], Rev.

sing. LiliD'yL], ver. 6.
S.

3. pi.

OiljyyL]^,
pi.

Matt.
S.

^Fut. i^]Ll,
S.

Mark
pi.

XV.

5.-3.

^jIdjAj,

Matt. xv. 31:

Mark
S.

ii.

12.— 2.
ix.

^^kJjZZ'
Part.

S.

John
S.

V. 20,

28

Inf o^J^JjAIq!^,

John

30

^ijAk),

Mark

vi. 6, &c.

Pi. masc.

^^jAk),

S.

John

iv. 27.

yO'^N hO?> ihat
(>

it is

needfxd for you

that ye

must

—Gr.

Set u/Aas

introducing the assertion),

Verb

(]jO) used only in the part.

;

i'i

S.

JOHN

III.

7—11.
Lat. Opor-

Ver.

7.

pres.
tet.

and impersonally.
|Jo,
it

It is necessary, fitting, just.

— JOOI
5

was
and

necessary, ver. 30, below.
1:^

Followed by
:

dat. of the person

with inf.— as here and in ver. 30
iv. 24.

—or
21

by

with the future, as ch.

Fern. »^(n |1_^0, Acts

i.

1 Cor. vii. 36.

—Def.

jA

.

Xn^ used

as a

noun with

pref.

*0, with
PI. masc.

propriety, reasonably, Gr. Kara A.oyov,
1

Acts
def.

xviii. 14.

\o.

Fein.

>_10. —

PI.
1 8.

fern.

JAJl^O, as a

noun.

Decency, propriety,
8.

Rom.

ii.

5

5Zj, where

ottov

—Noun

masc. used with
"place,

5

as

an adverb of

place.

Lit. the place that.

For >/.(,«
Trvei

see note, ch. xi. 54.

I*^

^

,

blowing

fcCUfcJ,

— bloweth— Blew. —Pret.
pi.

— Part.
S.

fern,

(used for present tense) of
i

3. sing. fern. 'A*-^
1,

«

ch. vi. 18:

Acts
Fut.

xxviii.

13.— 3.
Eev.

fem.

-

V^I

Matt.

vii.

25,

27

-^> y
Acts

vii. 1.
\*~^

Deriv.

*^,

nonn masc.

def.

A

wind, bloioing.

XX vii.

14.

Heb.

"2!^^, Isa. xl. 7.
— T

("^ >|

in
7

and whither
_

koX ttov

which takes

its first

— p where, with vowel, — and O. — See note,
i(,
7

pref. »^ of the dat.

ch.

i.

28.


9.

(jLDOl, SO
7


1

OVTW9.

Adverb, So,
ii.

thus, likewise.
iv. 11.

Its simpler

form

is

^ai,

Thess.
TTtos;

14: IS.

John
.

p

""^
»
|
J

howl

— Adverb
speak

of interrogation.

See note, ch.

i.

23,

above.
11.
^
«

\\Vn<vn
,

rye

—XaXovfiev— Pael

part. plur. (coalescing

with

1

>

>

^

and forming the pres. tense) of

\JiLD, not used in Peal,

unless

^\^i,
-R

ch. ix. 19,

be the only instance.

(See note,

ii.

7,

above).— Pa. ^^LLd
2 S. Pet.
S.
ii.

(ch. xii. 29), >S;50^-e.— Pret. 3. sing.

fem. 'A2ASd,
7

IG.— 2.

sing.

AXSSd, Acts

iv.

25.— 1.
Luke
ii.
ii.

sing.

aKVO^ WvAi
pi.

John
pi.

xii.

48, 49, etc.— 3. pi.

ol^Si,
14;
1

S.

15;xxiv. 25.
T^nf.

—1.
S.

,AS1d,
xii.

2 Cor.

vii.

Thess.

2

Matt.

22, <fec.— L sing, ^^^d]" S.

John

xii.
1

49,

&c.— 3.

^Wni

S.

Matt.

xii.

47, &c.

Fem. ^NNSni,

Cor. xiv. 34, 35,

S.

JOHN
S.

III.

11—14.

73

Ver. 11.

&c.— 2.
VVVv>V
I

pi.

^oHLdZ,
ii.

Matt.

x. 19; S.

Mark

xiii.

11.— 1.

pi.

Thess.
S.

16,
xiii.

&c
11

Imperat. ^5SkJ, Acts
Inf.

xviii,

9.— PI.
xii.

a\Sk5,
&c
x.
.

Mark

nWO^VnV^

S.

Matt.

34,

Part. VVVv^<^
20,

)

S.

John
.

iv.

26, &c.
S.

Fern. jll^kiLD, S. Matt.

&c.— PI.

masc. ^

'^\vA<^
fern.

Matt.

x. 20, S.

&c.— Constr.
vi.

"

^KVO^Vn Acts XX. 30.— PI.

^"nNVjV^,
form

Luke

45.—
def.

Derived from
|l

this verb is the adj. of

part. Peil masc.

PI

.

\^^

rational, reasonable.

Fern, def

]A\ a NV),
^

Gr. XoyiKT^v,

Rom.

xii. I. vi.

Heb. S^2:, Prov. ~
T

13; Pi. Ps. cvi.

2.—Chald.

Pa. ^^f2,

~

Dan.

vi.

22;

vii. 8, 11,

20, 25.

vOAjj
ing,

»

\onVr>

ye receive

— Xafipdvere—Pael

part. pi. masc. form-

with the pronoun, the present tense.

The pronoun though

written separately, coalesces with the participle in pronunciation,

forming one word, m'kablltun.
12.

Pi5|o), that which

[is)

on

the earth, earthly things
first

— Gr.
PI.

ra emyua

Def

(with pref prep, which takes the

vowel, and

rel. pi-on.)

of Vj5j.

— Noun
Y^yii,

fern.

Land,

earth,

region.

def.

|Ai»)(,

ch. iv. 35.

Heb.

Gen.

i.

1.— Chald.

j;']NI,
ii.

def.

t^y^lj^— (the

^

in
is

Aramaic softened
traceable in the
14.
i>Q_i5j,

into y, ^,) Dan.
(S'vbc,

35, &c.

—The same form

Germ.

and the Eng. Earth.
pret. 3. sing, of I>Oo5

lifted

up

vt/'wcre

— Aphel
6.-2.
17
1 S.

io5 (not used

\n

Peal).

Ethpeel

I>Q_»jZZ|,
1

Exalted

himself,

boasted

himself.
xi.

— Put.
pi.

iCUjZAj,

Tim.
1

iii.

sing.

Ui2lt, Pom.

20.— 3.

^oScuIZAj,
PI. masc.

Tim.

vi.

Part. ^sCulZAkJ, 2 Cor. x. 5, «fec.—

.V).5ZAk3,
uj),

Pet. v. 5.

Aph. Lifted
ii.

raised up, exalted ; took off a roof (S.

Mark
.If,

4).

Pret.

3. sing.

fem. ASo^jI' S.

Luke

xi.

27.-3.

pi.

nVi

S.

Matt. XX. 31;

S.

Mark

ii.

4

Fut. :>Q-.jJ, S. Matt, xxiii. 12,
^QJZilLtbL, (that)
it, i.e.

<tc.:

Fem.

.

.^ .>/

with

aff.

the hand

W.

C.

10

.

74
Ver.
14.

S.

JOHN

III.

14.

of God,
S.

may
viii.

exalt you, 1 S. Pet. v. 6.
i»7

2, pi. 1.7

^qIQjjZ., with

aff.

John

28
pi.

Imperat.
masc.
-

JsO-*?], pi. QiQ_.3j, S. Jolin iv.

35.__
8.

Part. i>Q_itlD,

V>

.;V^^ 1 Cor. iv. 19; 1

Tim.

ii.

Heb. D^Tj ^ose up, was
D^nri) lifted
part. Peil
lip,

exalted, triumiilied, Ps. xiii. 3.
iii.

Hiph.

exalted, Ps.
v.

4,

&c. &c.

Chald.
.

QI)*!,

only in
v. 19.

tH, Dan.

20.— Aph.

D^'li^, part. —
.

QHlb, Dan.
T
def.

|^C1.KJ,

the

serpent
S.

— tov

ocftiv

—Noun

masc.

PI.

of fem. form

]loaZ,

Matt.

X. 16, &c.
7

r-»^> must

— —Adj.
Sci

of form part. Peil of jAi,

was ready, not

occurring otherwise in Peal.

Prejmred, ordained, future, S. Matt.

XXV. 34.

/u-eXXo), /neXXtov,

—Also expressing —
with
5,

necessity, readiness, or intention, as Gr.

either, as hei'e, followed

by the

infin.

with

^,
ii.

or
13.

by the

fut,

as in ch. xviii. 32; see also S. Matt.

Fem.
vi. 15,

jyjAJLk, S.

Matt. xxv. 34, &c.


.

PI. masc. __.j_.Aii, S.
...-.Ali,

John

ike: coalescing with ^-J-k»,

1

Rom.

xiv. 10, &c.

PI. fem. 13.

y^b^,

S.

Luke

xxi. 9,

36.— Def.

l^^'A:^, S.

John

xvi.

— From
3.

this is

formed Aj(,_»Ai», adv. Promptly, without delay,

Actsii. 41; X. 29.

Pael jAik, Prepared, purposed, disposed, Eph.

iii.

11
pi.

Fut.
CjAi.,

jAiJ,

pi.

^OjAiJ, 2 Cor.
Part.
7

ix.

5

Imperat. jAI,

Acts
pl.

xxiii.

23
I

jAi^,
K
vi. 13.

2 Cor. v.

5.— Part.

pass.

jAlkJ,
T

masc. ^ .>AvVn Eph.

Heb.

Pi.

nnVj

itiade

ready, Prov. xxi v.
to he,

27.

and Hithpa.

*lpynri} ^^** ready, destined,

followed by 7, Job xv. 28.
inf.

n^Ti'tf

h\r\^

to be lifted

up

vil/w6fjvaL

— Ethtaphal
ii.

(with pref.

^)

of J>Oo5 i>o5 (see note above, in this verse).

Ethtaph. i>Qj5ZZ'j,

Was

exalted, pass,

of Aphel, Acts
xi.

33.

— Pret.
xii.

3.

sing. fem.

w.Akl^52i.f, S. Matt.
S.

23; S.

Luke

x.

15.-1.

sing.

AkJuiZZ]"

John

xii.

32

Fut. i<l^5ZAj, S.
xi.,7.

John

34,

&c.— 2.

pl.

^oLq^jZZ, 2Cor.
N.B.
In verbs

Oi,

the

Etiipeel

and Ethtaphal conjugations

a;"e

»

S.

JOHN

III.

14—16.

75

Ver. 14.

similar in form,

and

differ

only in signification;

—Ethpe. having

a reciprocal, and Ethtaph. a passive force.
15.

,^P,

should perish
>)

aTroXT^rai

— Fut.

3.

sing,

(for subjunctive, pre-

ceded by

of ..oj (ch. xvii. 12), Perished,
xi.

was

lost.

Pret. 3. sing,
x.
S.

fem. 2_^t, Hebr.

31.— 3.
Fut.

pi.

oit,
pi.

S. Matt.

6: Fern.

__>V^|, Rev.

xviii.

14
S.

3. sing.

fem. wj^^jZ.,

Luke

xxi.

18.— 3.
3,

pi.

vPr^lj.

John

X.

28.-2.

^Or^U,

S.

Luke
vi.

xiiL

5

Part.

^]\
25,

S.

Luke
ii.

xv.

17:— Fem.

]l^X, S. John
^-3->>J)

27.—

PL
S.

masc. —j^iuj, 2 Cor.

15:

—coalescing with
Def.
ii.

—Ijr^l,
Part.
xv. 24,

Matt.

viii.

&c.— PI.

fem. yji^i, S. Matt.

ix. 17,
S.

&c

Peil, r-i-rsf, S. Matt, xviii. 11, &c.

Yr-^,

Luke

32.— PI.

masc. def. Ijlsf,

2 Thess.

10.
fut.

Heb. nnX, Ps. xxxvii. 20.— Chald. ^^X,
X. 11.

^i^<^ Jerem.


16.

OT-_i.

^OOU
Gr. exy
»7

,

(that) there
5

should be to him,

i.

e.

(that) he

should have


7

—Supply

from the preceding
f

clause.

The verb

in the

plural, agreeing
•n

with

«

'^

*IXkj|,

loved —

riyixTrri(T€v

Cherished, kindled,

-R7

»*^n
1
.

hj.

Loved, cherished.
ii.

— Aphel burned — — Part.
.

»

_

pret.

3.

sing,

of -«^«^
xii.

«>

«^l>j,

(see note, S.
-K

Luke

'^«^ w.V>
7

7

!"''»
7
.

49).

— Pael
1

fem.

|nn»>>i^,
»»,

Thess.
7
1
I

7.

PI. masc.

nn kkLd,
^

7

^-i*^ ^

^^Vn

coalescing with

ver. 8.

Aph. Loved
2. sing.

—Pret.
S.

.

7

»7

3.

sing. fem.
xvii.

A^>-»j,
aff.

S.

Luke

vii.

47.
sing.

ZlCiLf,

John

23; with
9,

ver. 24,

26.-1.

LL^]\
below.
iv.

with
1. pi.

aff.

ch. xiii.

34; xv.

12.-3.
10

pi. ornJl.')^ ver. 19, 1 S.

^-Cijol, 1 S.

John

iv.

Fut. »iX»jJ,

John

20,
V.

21.-2.
28.-2.
1 S.

sing. vI^LZ", S.
pi.

Matt. xix.

19.— 3.

pi.

,a^i>^\
17.-1.
pi.

Eph.

^OIH^Z'
iii.

S.

John

xiii 34; xv. 12,

*lll»J,

John
Olaph
V.

18,

23, &c.

In 2

S.

John

ver.

5,

the
pi.

characteristic

is

retained, as

tOj^p
7.

Imperat. *d>j|,
1 S.

OTZlLI,
>
P

S.
.

Matt.

44.— Inf.
xiii.

ar:L»lkili,
7

John

iv.

11: and

^ 7

on»pii^>, Rom.

8

Part. >Q>.»V), ver. 35, below, &c.

76

S.

JOHN

III.

16, 17.

Ver. 16.

»c:i>j"|k3,
.

2
S.
1

S.

John John

ver.
viii.
iii.

1:

3 S. John ver.
&c.

1.

PI.

masc.
^-l-»^,

*-^

..^Vn

42,

— Coalescing

Tlie

with

1

.

A ..Vn

S.

John

U.


17.

5

_ib ^D,

every one who, whosoever

iras o

words are sometimes

joined, as >

Vi\n
He
might condemn

«_»CTQ_kJO,J>, that
KpCvrj

to

condemn
j)
7

(aff.
.

pleon.)
j ^

Zva
xii.

— Fut.
S.

3. sing, (for

subjunctive, with

of tOj

(Acts
2.
pi.

19),

Judged, condemned, contended with

(J>Cul).
ii.

Pret.

sing.

Aj>,
S.

Luke
xiv.

vii.

43.

1. sing.

Ajj,
S.

1

Cor.
v.

2, &c.

3.

Qjj,
for
pi,

Mark

64
il

Fut.
27.

^.J,
1.

Matt.

40:— Fern. ^jZ,
John
xii.

wk-JOjZ,

Rom.

^OyJ,

Acts xix.
pi,

38.

— —

sing.
i^l.

yo{\, S.

47.


S.

3.

2.

^OjZ,
vii,

S.

Matt, viL
Inf.
.

1,

&c

Imperat. ^j,
viii,

QJOJ,
S,

S,

John

24

^

,Sn\,
7

John

26

Part.
'
r>

Jj,
^

John

v. 22,

&c.— Fern. iL,?,
15, &c.
:

ch. xii. 48.


7

PI,

masc.
7

'J;
1

ch, vii. 24; viii.
vi. 3.

—coalescing
ver. 18,

with

_J_Ki, _J_».J_»>,
xvi. 11.

Cor.

—Part.

X

Peil

^J,

below;

Heb.

pi
live,

or

prj,

Gen.

vi,

3.— Chald. [H, [H,

part,

pi.

Ezr. vii. 25.

P«»J, might

Imve

life,

he saved

a-oiOy

—Fut.
ii.

3.

sing,

(for sub-

junct.) of Pju^j (ch. iv. 51), Lived,

was
§

preserved, saved.

—For the
A
.
.

anomalies in this verb, see Phillips
Pret.
3.

42; and Cowper
36.

§ 121.
...

sing, fem, Ajl_k», S.
5.

Luke


.

1,
..

sing.
7
i

Acts xxvi.
iii.

7

^
^j,
7
>
i

3. pi.
t.

rt .
y

...

E,ev. xx. 4:

Fem.

i

1 S.

Pet.

20.

2.

pi.

^A.».jL>j,
3. sing.

Kom.

vi.

13.

1.

pi.

viii.

24
X.

Fut.

fem. ]2jL, S. Matt, ix,
x.
S.
9.

^ ]8.— 2,

»o,

Rom.

sing. \lil,
xvi. 30;

S.

Luke
ii.

28; ^a]Z, Rom.


1

1. sing.

\JJ\,
S.

Acts

Gal.

19.— 3. pl.",Q^,
1

John

v.

25;

Luke
4.

viii.

12, &c.

.cLk»]j,
S.
pl.

Thess.

ii.

16: .Q_kk_0,

Tim.

il


x.

2.

pi.

John

V.

34; xiv. 19.
ii.

1.

pi.

|.kj<J,

Acts xv. 11
S.

^CLyjL,

Imperat.
S.

qJLki, Acts

40

Inf.

]jlklli,

Mark

26;

Luke

S.

JOHN
S.

III.

17—19.

77
&c.

Ver. 17.

xviii.

26

Part.

]1L,
50.

Matt.

iv. 4,

:— Fem. \LL,
S.

S.

Mark
Luke
also

V.

28; S.

Luke

viii.

PI. masc.
ii.

*|-ikj,

Luke
>

xiii.

23: also

—^(.ja, S. Matt. XV.

27; Acts

47, &c.

and

-ft, S,
xiv.

XX.

38.

Coalescing with
2

^-J--»^,

_JL*|jj,

Rom.

8:

,_J_»V»^,

Cor,

vL 9;

xiii.

4:

— and

with ^Aj"),

^A..*_.}jkj,

Col.

ii.

20.
v. 3,

Heb. n^n, Gen.
TT
ii.

&c.

&c.— Chald. H^h and T~:

J^^H, Dan.
T-;

4,

&c.
is

18,

_»>ZAk3, condemned,
tense) of yOy .j,

condemned

— KpiviraL— Ethpeel part, (for pres.
—jjZZ],
pret. 3. pi. QJ_. jZZ],
2. sing.
pi.

Judged
Put.
Cor.
S.

—Ethpe.
3.-3.
vii.

Rev. XX, 12, 13
1,


1

^]LL2,
iv.

^]LlI, Acts xxv. 20,—
1

sing,
pi.

^jZZl,

,0

i?ZAj,

Rom.

ii.

12, &c.

—2,
10
S.

^Oi^jZZ"

Matt.

2

Inf,

OJjZAklX, Acts xxv.
masc. _»J_.5ZAk)
1

Part. fem. "iLiiZAk), 1 Cor. x.

29.— PL

Luke

vi,

37:

—coalescing with
rjBr]

^-l>-»j

--Ij-LjjZALd,

Cor,

xi, 32,

OjD ^-^) already

— — Adverb,
O^D
iii.

sometimes written as one word
without
V>^ in the sense of

Of^ll}iD, alreadi/, noio.

occui's

now, 2 S. Pet.
19,

1.

P~i>, the judgment, condemnation
Judgmeiit, cause, contention,
cause, i.e.

— Def of dispute. — ^\li-0,
?;

KptVts

__*>,

noun masc,
lord of thy
v^v*^^
xiii.

v*J-t>

thine adversary, S, Matt, v, 25:

«_t_L-i)

my
9,

adversary, S,

Luke

xviii.

3.

PI.

def.

(Jl^), S,

Mark

R.

^j
Heb,
22.

.

),

judged.
Ixxvi,
9,

V>^, Ps,

— Chald,

V>*r\,

justice,

Dan.

iv.

34;

vii.

Judgment, tribunal,
rj

ch, vii. 10.

— _Ld rather than—fiaWov — Abounding, see note, 20 — here used adverbially. — ^OIJ, \ of ,*^S with deeds — epya avrwv noun masc. A work, —Def |,r^S, John
t-»Aj,
i-^i^, adj.
ch. v.
:

excellent

*~)

,

their

to.

PI.

aff.

(2 Cor.
vi.

ix. 8),

act, deed.

S.

29.


78
Ver. 19.

S.

JOHN
vii.

III.

19, 20.

— Constr. jAl, Acts
Def.

41; xvii.
&c.

24.— PI. ^ ^^^,

Col.

i.

10.—

1r^,

S.

John

v. 20,

R. ^iiL, performed.
ix. 1.

Heb. *Jiy, work, deed, once, Eccles.

»"

I

.ID ,

evil

irovt^pd

— PL
an

def. of

-

»

-

*^ (ch. v. 14), adj. often
j

used

as a subst. Evil,

evil,

harm.

Def.

»
]

>

«^^ ch, xvii. 15, &c.
.

Fem.

]
Vn,

1

n,
S.

S.

Matt.

v. 11,

&c.— Def

A «

^
>

g.
S.
xi.

John
John

xviii.
vii. 7.

23; with

aflf.

Matt.
V

vi.

34.— PI. masc. ^" »
Matt.
29,
xii.

^,

—PI.
TZ\«

fem.

^^

n.

S.
V.

45;

S.

"Luke
S.

26.— Def.
xvi.

S.

John
evil.

(fee.:— with

aff.

Luke

25.

R. •-•j.Q, was

Comp. Heb. Q^^'j^^ bad
poisonous weed, Job xxxi. 40.
def.

grapes, Isa. v. 2, 4:

and HSJ^tOj »
wicked;

— Chald.

2J^I)JO, bad,

—fem.

Xn^'!|X3, Ezr.
T
;

iv. 12.

20.

jAJLlID, hateful things,
of
[1

evil

(ftavXa

PI. fem. def. of P-QO, part. Peil

TD, hated, for

which see the note following.

M-£D, hating,

hateth —

fiicrei


S.

Pai-t. act.

of pj3D (ch. xv. 18; xvii. 14),
i.

Bated.
ix,

Pret. 2. sing. Aj_JL£0, Hebr.
pi.

9.

1. sing.
aff.

A

>

i

rr>

Rom.
^Fut,

13.— 3.

QJ_CD,

John

xv. 24; with
xvi.

ver.

25
S.

licciJ, S. Matt. vi. 24: S.
xxiv. 10

Luke
S.
>

13.-3,

pi,

,QJLmj,
Inf.

Matt.

Imperat. »_kJ.£D,

Matt.
1

v. 43.

]imV>, with
vii.

pron.

aff.

and pref
§

_i»,

,0-^
2),

mVi\^

S.

John

7.

(See

Cowper's Gr.
S.

127

(1,

and Paradigm.)
^'JiiflD, S.

Part. pi. ,_xifl),

Luke
.

vi.

22, 27; with

affix,

Luke
iii.

i.

71.— Constr,
^The part.

(Arii^

1

I

1£0, haters of good things, 2 Tim.

3

Peil has two forms; one of the form of verbs
hateful, used of things, S.
iv.

(J,

P-TD, odious,
(

Luke

xxiii.

41.

Fem.

>

^

<"»,

Eph,

29.

Pi.

def ]A

.

Vm

of the regular verb, [.»JLCD, fem. ]_i_LCD, def ]Z]j_1£D, hateful,
X

used oi persons, or that which represents persons, Rev.
PI. masc.

XX
as above.

The other

follows the form

xviii. 2.
i.

^UjL£D,

S.

Matt.

x. 22, &c.

Def

Illj-TD, Tit.

16,

S.

JOHN
v. G,

III.

20—24.

79

Ver. 20.

Heb. ^±^, Ps.
with
aff.

&c.

Chald. ^5Jb', part, i^^t an enemy,

Dan.

iv. 16.

— ^mmn Ai
(with
S.

,

they should he reproved

— Gr. iXeyxOy — Ethpeel
Part.
.

f ut. 3. pi.

) for
-

subjunctive) of

-

mmn ^mi:

(not used in Peal).

Ethpe.

mmn 71^
19.

Was

accused, reproved.

mmn AlO,
(for pres.
afflicted,

Luke

iii.

21.

>i

'

'^^^ are wrought

Icttlv
ii.

clpyacrfji^va

—Part.
.

Peil
*

pi.

tense).
S.

See note ch.
iv. 24.

5.

^

i,

>

nS>

O, badly

Matt.

22.

"JOOI

j^^cnAk),

He

tarried

— Sicrpt/Se— Ethpaal
by
^-Sd,

part,

(forming imperf.

tense) of j^^CTI, Turned. Ethpa. yt£i(JiL] , Abode, continued,

had his
1. pi.

conversation; followed

toas
ii.

removed from.

Pret.
1

^nt^ mA<n 2
iii.

Cor.
pi.

i.

12; Eph.
.

3

Inf

Q^OlAklX,
22.
is

Tim.

15
J

Part.
'""^'^

masc.

23.

.«^i

g

— eyyws—

^ ng^mAV)^ S. Matt. xvii. Compound preposition. «n .t
1

properly

the constr. state of ]*^^
ch.

it;

by contraction

i^i-ii,

A

side: see note,

XX.

27.

— With
7

aff.

OlCLl-it

^^,

by him, near him, Acts

xxiii. 2.

.,Vnvr>,
*

and were
;

baptized

koX i^aTrri^ovro

— Part.
S.

pi.
y

masc. (for

imperf.
iii.

supply OOOl from the preceding

vei'b) of ,.Sn.L (S.

Matt,
sing,
pi.

16) Washed, immersed himself, loas

hajytized.

— Pret.
vii.

3.

fem.

'V^^, Acts
1

xvi.

15.— 3.
pi.

pi.

0,V)S,

Luke

29.-2.

^ZyklL,
S.

Cor.

i.

13.— 1.
sing.
pi.

Matt.

iii.

13.— 1.
48.-2.

v^y^, Pvom. vi. 3 ,^v f, S. Luke xii. 50.— 3.
S.

Fut. ^klLJ,
pi.

^.iOLJ,

Acts
perat.
S.

X. 47,

^U^l,
iii.

Matt. xx. 22, 23, &c
ch.
ii.

.^v, ActsxxiL 16.— PI.
iii.

n^v

38

Tm-

Inf.

,V)SV^\,

Matt.

7; S.

Luke
stood,

7,

12

Part. yLoi, S. Matt. xx. 22, &c.
30,

Heb.
.
p

*T/bT^,

stood firm, endured. Gen. xxiv.

31:

Ps. xxxiii. 11.
..
7

24.

|001

^.2U, had

fallen,

had been

cast

rjv ftel3Xr]fj.4vo<i

with |001 forming the pluperf. tense.
tive are often u.sed in a passive sense.

—Pret. —Verbs neuter or

3. sing.

intransi-

:

80

S.

JOHN

III.

24—26.

Ver. 24.

\i^U,

Fell, fell

down, also pressed upon,

S.

Mark

iii.

10: beat
^

against, of waves, ch. iv. 37.
xi.

— Pret.
Acts

3.

sing. fem. A\<y>

i

S.

John

32, &c.:
ii.

S.

Matt.

xiii.
i

47, Gr. /3Xr]d€L(rr}.—2.\mg.
xxii. 7.
xii.

A\iu,
John
Gal.

Rev.

5,

1. sing.

A\c^

3. pi.

q1^.2l3, S.

xviii. 6, &c.
V. 4.

Fem. JL\^iJ, Acts

7.-2.

pi.

^AXsu,

1. pi.

^XaJ, Actsxxvi.

14

Fut.

^^\
.

S.

Matt. xxi. 44,

&c.

:

oh. v. 29, 30, Gr. /3Xr]9rj:—Fem.

^Z"(for
9:— ch.

»

\<^Z!), S. Matt.

xxi.

44.-2.

sing.

^Z",
Mark

S.

Matt.

iv.

v. 25,

Gr.
pi.

jSXrjdTja-r],


S.

ch. xviii. 8, 9; S.

ix. 45, 47,
pi.

Gr. jB\-q6rjvaL.—^.
S. Pet.

^oXsiJ,
pi.

Matt. xxiv. 29,
1

&c.— 2.

^^\2ill, 2

iii.

17.— 1.

VVg^ V Hebr. il
S.

Imperat. ^^2), Gr.
PI.

fiXyjdrjTL, S.

Matt. xxi. 21
Inf.

Mark

xi.

23

oXs),
Hebr.
x.

S.

Luke

xxiii.

30
S.

^^<n
xii.

Rom.
«fec.
:

ix. 6;

^^AloX
iii.

31

Part.

^^AJ,

Matt.

11,

and often

in a passive sense, as S.

John

xii. 6,
1,

Gr. ra ftaWoS.

^^va,

S.

Matt.

10, Gr. /JdAXcTat.— Fem. jif^

John

xii.

24; S. Matt. x.

29.— PI.

masc. ^

^'\^\

S.

Matt. xv. 14, &c.

Heb. S^J,

Ps. V. 11, &c.— Chald. ^ftj^
lit.

Dan.

ii.

46, &c.


25.

\l

"

<^ I AjuO, into prison;

house o/ the bound

— Gr,

cts 'tqv <f>vXaia]v
.

—The
'\0C^,

prep. ^CD is understood, or coalesces with A
•;j.CDJ, see note, ch. xi. 44,

»-^

See note,

below.

Zocn ZoOl,

there

had

been

—Gr,

iyevero,

E.V, there arose

— Pluperf, of
gender,
dispute.

formed by the

pret.

added

to its

own

pret.

— Fem.

agreeing with the following noun.

"j

A^o

^

a question

^t^tijctis— Def.

nf

Avo

noun fem. Debate,
§ 162, 163
(8).

See Phillips, Gr. § 20.
sought, ashed.

Ex. 9: Cowper,

R. "ils,

Other nouns of

this form, derived
'|Z]..k»,

from verbs

|J

,

and occurring and are
occa-

in the Gospels, are

IAjlD, IAjlId,

]Ai^

;

sionally found pointed

|Ai-0, \L\S^, &c.

The pointing

in the

text
26.

is

however

to be preferred.
Travrcs.

m_.fcJCD,

many

— Gr.

S.

JOHN

III.

27-29.

81

Ver. 27.

(TLm..£L2
. -X

Z.Q^*

—Lo,
0,

of himself,

— (not
v.

expressed iu

tlie

Gr.)—

Z.0.O*

,

constr. of Q.£D»

Gr.

irpdy/Jia,

see note, S. Matt, xviii. 19.

— The
a^

same phrase

occurs, S.

John

19;

vii.

17;

xi.

51:

— Gr.
\ »^

iavTOv, air

ifxavTOv.


28.

t

I

(J|, except, lit.
(_»o_»._:i j»

hut if
sent

— idy

fj-t].

pj

,

I am

a7reo-TaA|u.€Vos

el/jLi

— Part. Peil
1.

clef,

of

-'^ >

Sent; forming with the pronoun, passive pres.
verb, see note, ch. v. 36, below.

sing.

For the


29.

7

V

.-iCnolDriDj, be/ore
rel. 5 is

Him — eixirpoo-Oev

Ikuvov

— See note,
Him.

ch.

i.

15.

—The

pleonastic

lit.

One

that is hpfore
fern.

(AA2,

the bride

Trjv vvfi(l>r]v

—Noun
Luke

A

bride, also

a daughter-

in-law, S. Matt. X. 35; S.

xii.

53.

Heb. n?3)

bride,

Song

of Sol. iv. 8, &c.

Daughter-in-law,

Ruth

i.

6.

R.

773 ~ T
(aff.

,

completed, crowned ivith a chaplet.

cnlQj^j, the friend

pleon.)

o <^iXos

— Part, of

J>Q_kj5,

Loved dearly

(see note, ch. v. 20, below).

Def. |kLKj5 (S. Matt. xi. 19, &c.),

used in this form as a noun,
xvi. 9; xxiii.

A

friend.

PI. -def. ]iQjsj5, S.
aff.

Luke
xv. 9.

12.— PI.

fem. def *)2\kLK.), with
heaveth

S.

Luke
of


^Ir.<^>

^'J-f^

hearing — and
to.

/cat

d/coucov

— Part,
ii.

Zo* Z»,
Part.
})1.

Listened, attended
^_»ZL*»
-p.
-x
,

Imperat,

pi.

oZo»

,

Acts

14

Acts

viii. 6.

y

lZ.Cj-»^,

^ -* ^oij

— Gr.

xapa

— Def.

-r.

7

of (Oj.>j

(PJiil.
aff.

ii.

29;

S. S.

James

i.

2),

noun

•X.77

fem. Gladness, delight.

With
:

•X.77

t^Zo^jo,
S.

John
1 1
;

xv. 11;
xvi. 22,

^aiZ.Oj-Kj, S.
24.

Luke

xxiv. 41

^Q^ZOrJa,

John

xv.

aiZOyjs., S. Matt.

xiii. 44.

|r-»-»,

rejoicing, rejoiceth

56),
1.

Was joyful,

glad.
Phil.

— Gr. — Pret.
i.

x°-'-P^'-

— R. — Part, of
pi.

"j^^, rejoiced.
],_k»

or «.jr>^ (ch.

viii.

3.

sing. fem. /1j,_k», S.

Luke

i.

47.
&.c.

sing.
pi.

Aj^,

IS,
vii.

&c.— 3.
13
pi.
I

Q_.^^,

S.

John
John
x.

xx. 20,
xvi.

—1.
3.

^,^,
_

2 Cor.
iv.

Fut. 1J>»kJ, S.

20.—
1.

ch. «1>'> vPr»^, Irj^J, Rev. xix. 7
pi.

36.-2.

'^r^/L,

Imperat. u^r^^, as _i,_»^0 ^Ji.

Luke 17. PI20.— form
S.
pi.

.-.r>-»,

a

W.

C.

11

X

82

S.

JOHN
John

III. 29, 30.

Ver. 29.

of salutation, 2 S.
Xaipeiv,

ver. 10,

and

^^

alone, ver. 11,
ifcc.
:

Gr.

Godspeed you.
XV, 9
Inf.
i.
"j,

PI. 0_r>j, S.
v

Matt.

v. 12,

Fern. ^_»^j»ki,

S.

Luke

^^n

^

S.

Luke

xv. 32

Part. pi. masc.

—^r-K»,
2 Cor.

S.

Luke

58;

S.

John
(r^^,

xiv. 28, ed. Regia,

^the

Vienna

and others have ^AjOOI
vi.

— Coalescing with
ix. 7.

^-J->-»,

—J_»j-»j,

10.

Derlv, ^Ar>^, adj. Cheerful, 2 Cor.
fidlij, loilUngly,

ZUU>r-»^, adv. Cheer-

Acts

xvii. 11, kc.
xviii. 9.

Heb. n^in, Exod.


W 5^.
(

because

of-

— 8ta—Prep.
iv,

For
iv,

the sake

of

cve/cer, S.
i,

Matt,

v,

10:

Sia, S,
.

Mark

17;

Rom.

25,

See note, eh.

15.
part, pass.

\V)Vn

"jcji,

behold,

(it is)

fidfilled
.


i
>

Gr, TrcTrAr/pwrai

— Pael
S.

fern, of

ULd, Was full— Vsi.

Sk>

(Acts
1

iii.

18), Filled up, fidxi. 9.

filed, supplied.

—Pret,
Matt.
1

3. pi. 3,

n

W>,

Cor. xvi. 17; 2 Cor,

_Fut.
1. pi.

]ikl3, Gal. V.
S.

(fee— 1. sing. USof,
15 Imperat.
pi,
y

Matt,
S.

v,

17,—
xxiii.

ULqJ,

iii.

o\V>,

Matt,
^^
.

32

Part.-UkllD,

Cor. xir. 16, &c.

PI. masc.
vi.
2.

^NVtV),
pass.

coalescing with
.

^9^1)

<pA

>

\V)V), Gal.

Part.

»

NV^V).
Heb.
Pi. iihf2, Ps. XX. 5, 6.

30.

001 OJIA, for him
(«'^;V>

— Gr,

iK^lvov

— 001,

pleonastic,

\ lOOl

(Jo, it

was necessary

to increase

— Gr.

Set

av^dviiv

— See

note, ver, 7, above,
Inf,

(with pref.

^)
3.

of j^DJ (S.

Mark

iv. 8),

Grew, multiplied,
xiii,

became great.
xiii,

Pret.

sing, fern, A£D5, S,

Matt,

32;
Col.

S.Luke
i.

19

Put. "toj, S.

Mark
80;
S.
ii,

iv.

27.-2.

pi.

^jZ",

10
vi, 7,

Part, }£ii, S,

Luke

i.

40,

52:— Fem,

"iI_ol,

Acts

&c,— PI,
vi. 28.

masc. ^--»-^?,

Matt.

xiii.

30:— PI.

fem. ,^iii3, ch.

Heb.
Dan.

nni19^

Clen.

i.

22;

Ps.

cxxxix,

18.— Chald. Hl^l.

iv. 8,

S.

JOHN

III.

30—33.

83

Ver, 30.

5^-iIilQX, to decrease

— kXaTTovaOai—
Pa.

Inf. (pref.
inferior,

_ik)

of

5^, Dimiinferior,

nished^ became
deficient in.

less.

3^^, Made

was

was

Pret.

1. sing.

Z.5^,
ii.

2 Cor. xi. 5;

xh. 11.

2. pi.

^ZjIrL,

1

Cor. xvi. 17; Phil.

30

Fut. 'ItLj, Rev. xxii. 19.
viii. 15.

Ethpa. 3^Z"|, Lacked, was behind, inferior, 2 Cor.
Pret. 2.
pi.

^ZjIiiZf,
- T

1

Cor.

i.

7; 2 Cor.

xii.

13.

Heb. ^^^3, cut
31.

of, awaij, Ps. Ixxvi. 13.

\\vV J^,from aboDe

— avwOev— See
is is

note, eh.

ii.

7.

'"^i^, preceded by _!sD

an adverb, and admits no following noun.
a preposition, and requires to be followed

v^vV followed by -lo
by a noun or
a^ove all
xxiii.
its

equivalent, as in this verse,

^i: _lD
20;

WsN,
S.

i-rrdvui

Travrcov
4.

— See

S.

Matt.

ii.

9;

xxiii. 18,

Luke

38; xxiv.

33.

I>oA.K», he hath sealed,

set to his seal

iacftpayicrev
S.

—Verb
l.pl.

pret. 3. sing.

Sealed, confirmed.

Pret.

3. pi.

oLdAj^,

Matt, xxvii. 66

Fut.
,

JsOoA^^kJ,
vii.

2. sing.

iOoAjjZ'", Rev. xxii. 10.
x.

^OoAj^kJ Rev.

3

Imperat. J>OoZLk», Rev.
^.

4

Part. Peil IsQjZuj, pi.

masc. de£ )V> .A

Rev.

vii. 4, 5.

Ethpeel
vii.

^^^L'f, Was
pi.

signed.

Pret.
iv.

3. pi.

Oiolj^Zf, Rev.

4.-2.

^ALdAjoZT, Eph.
1. sing.

30.
28.

Pael

^A>^,
is

Signed,

sealed

— Pret.

/^dAjo, Rom. xv.
def.

— Whence
Rom.
9.
<^

derived
:

pi)A-K» or PjdAjo
ix. 2,

,

noun masc.

A

sign, seal,

iv. 1 1

1

Cor.

&c.— Pi. def ]<bLL

or ]k?Al*, Rev. v. 5,
xxi.
8.

Heb.
xxii.

Dnn? - T

sealed, 1

Kings

Dniri)
T

signet,

Jerem.
vi. 18.

24 and

n^nhj

Gen. xxxviii. 25.

OCn
~

\'rJ'r^, is trice X 7

dXr}6rj<: ecTTtv

—See

note, ver. 6,

— Chald. DHH, Dan. above. —
Of form
i.

\'r->i-*j

<^^tjr.

of

;_,;_» (ch. viii. 26), adj.
7

True, firm, sound.

part. Peil

of 5;_» ;_»,
ver.

Became

strong.

— Fem. ]^^, 2
S.

.

P

I 7

S. Pet.
viii.

1

9; 3 S. John,

12.
7 7

Def IZ^j^j,

John

iv.

IS;

40.

PI.

masc.

X I

^—tV-*r-* 0001, be ye firm in our Lord, Or.
firta
in

eppwcr^e,
iv.

Acts xv. 29:
|V->r-*)

our love, Gr. uXriOtvovTis,

Eph.

15.

— Def

;

84.

S.

JOHN
fern.

III. 33-3(;.

Ver. 33.

S.

John

iv.

23.— PI.
is

^]-»,

Phil. iv.

8.— Def. Uv^U,

Kev.

XV. 3.
Col.

—Whence
5.

derived

(Z.0;_.;_»,

noun

fern, def, Sted/asluess,

ii.

Heb,

n^'ltJ^j strong, T

firm, only in

pi. def. ^1'''^2J^,

Job

xl. IG.

"

n^TIK^j hardness
34.

of heart, Ps. Ixxxi. 13.
pyij-ara
§

001 IJlOj
nastic.

ihe tvords

—ra

— See
(1).

note, eh.

i.

1.

—Pronoun

pleo-

See Cowper, Gr.

198

]1

'

'^'~^
,

by measure

— Gr.

Ik {xirpov

—Noun masc.
especially

def. (pref. prepos.)

A

measure.
S.

Fern. def. form "j^;!.!^, S. Matt.
vi. 38.

vii.

2; S.

Mark iv.
greater,

24;

Luke
fern,

—The

masc.

is

spoken of a

and

the

of a lesser; but not always, as in the last jilace cited.
Syr. Ethpe. and

Eoot, Heb. 7^5) measured.
vii. 2.

Aph.

S.

Matt,

Transl.
35.

For

it is

not by measiire that
all

God hath

given, &c.

^,1d

^\d, every thing,
ch. iv. 25.

things

vravra

—Written
— Gr.

as one

word,

^,V>\:d,
36.

»DQj-.£L^ALd
.on
.

]j,

believing not,

believeth

not

direiOiZv

— Part,
S.

of

<yi
^^

7] (Acts xviii. 20; xxi. 14), a verb used only in Ethpeel
.CD
»

(and probably identical with

^ZZ|,

see

note,

Matt,

xxvii. 20), Obeyed, believed, assented

to.

Pret.

3. pi. Q.£D_»_2i_Z,l|,
iii.

Acts

V.

39,

&c.— Fern.
Rom.
,

.

i

mlA^Zt,
21
pi.

1 S.

Pet.

20.— 2.
3.

pi. pi.

^oA-mj_2l^2.T, Acts xxvii.
^Qinj..2L^Aj,
Imperat.
pi.

Fut.

>m
i

»

^

..^A-J,

XV.

21.— 2.
Hebr.

^fD
17

<^

jlL, Gal.

v. 7

nm

e^
pi.

1?^^

xiii.

Tnf.
S.

OCflg^ j^ZvLq^,
i.

Acts
viii.

v.

29

Part.

masc. _j.£Q-»_2l^ALd,

Luke

17; Acts

6, etc.

Deriv. ]Zq-L£Q_l-21^A1d,
bedience, unbelief,

noun fem.
xi. 32,
rj

def. Obedience;

with ^, Diso-

Rom,

&c.

OlUtOJ, the torath
]a^.5,

(aff.

})leon.)

opyrj

iViiO' (^- Matt,

iii,

7), def.

of

noun masc. Anger, indignation, fury.
Habak.
iii.

R.

V-it'j
iii.

^l'«*'

(^^WV-

Hel). ]T\,

2.— Chald.

fj"),

Dan.

13.

S.

JOHN

IV. 1—4.

85

CHAPTER
•^

IV.
that the Pharisees

7 1

Ver.

1

__»> VX^j, Transl.
(or,

But Jesus knew

heard

had

lieard) that

He made many

disciples,

ami

baptized

more

than John.
2.

fD, Yet, although
Transl.

Katroiye.
it

Though

loas not Jesus

Himself
7

{that) baptized, &c.

3.

OT-QO^, He

left it (i.e.

^nm \
.

Judcea; the affixed pron. pleonastic)
left


.

dcfyrJKe

-

Pret.

3.

sing,

of *QjCl», Left, reserved;

behind,
left

deserted; repudiated or jyut aioay a wife; dismissed, sent forth;
out, omitted; permitted;
7
1>

pardoned, remitted.
ver. 52, below.

Pret.
Z)>

3. sing. fern.

LdSl^,
ii.

ver. 28;

with
S.

aff.

2. sing.

O

7 *")

,

Rev.
sing.

4,

20; with
S.

aff.

Matt, xxvii. 46;

S.

Mark. xv. 34.— 1.
S.

Lo^il,
etc.

Matt,

xviii.

32.-3.

pi.

nnA«
Mark
S.

Matt.

iv. 20,

22,

2. pi.

^Anr:i.»,

eh. xxiii. 23; S.

vii. 8.

1. pi.

^On 9,
Fem.
xviii. 21.

S.
-

Matt. xix. 27, &c
r^n'-^mf^
pi.
1

Put. tDOTijtJ,
vii.

Matt.
»")
,

vi. 14,

&c.

.

Cor.

13.

1.

sing.

^O n

S.

Matt,

—3.

^onjQjtJ,

S.

Luke

xix. 44.

2. pi.

^nn >Z,
iii.

S.

John
vi. 2;

XX. 23, &c.; with

aff.

ch.

xvi.

32.-1.
S.

pi.

^OOn
>, S.

%\, Acts
15,
etc.:

Hebr.
•X

vi.

1

Imperat.
S.

lOOiiU,
27.

Matt.
-x

Fem.
&c.

.

.

n o*-^
Inf.

»

^

Mark

vii.

PI.

CLQOn
<fec

John

xi. 44,

.r>
itc.
7

A «0^\

S.

Matt.
. p

ix. 6,

Part.

.On»,
14;

S.

John

x.

12,

— PI.
7
.

niasc.
I

n*^
S.

•^ S. Matt, xxiii.
xi.

coalescing

with —JLj^, —ij-Qri^,
fem. def
xvi. 18.

John

48

Part. Peil
v.

.n
S.

.


Luke

I

]An

«^


.

ct

divorced wife, S. Matt.
.

32;


'

PI. masc.

n o
Dan.

m ftrrjlnm.
^

sins, S.

Matt.

ix. 2, 5, Arc.

Chald.
4.

p^p,

Left,

iv. f2, 20, 23.

OtA Zooi
K

j.'-^v^^

He must

needs
7

—fiebat
_

ei

(Scliaaf )
7,

~

eSci

avrov

Aphel part.
Pret.
ii.

pass. fem. of ..ClL, Did.

—A

.7

ph. ,*^ v|; ]Vo7-ked, icrougJit. Part.

^

3.

sing. fem.
7
7*

Zji:ii.T, 2 Cor. vii. 11
7
'
_

^nSV),

1 Cor.

6.

— Part.
.
£>

,*^^An

Lit. z7 ia<6- t/o/te ^0 //<«i.

—Tremellius (who

P

reads

(

*^

vV>) and others translate Opus erat

ei.


8G
Deriv. (\'^vV>

:

S.

JOHN

IV.

4, 5.

Ver.

4.

noun masc.

def.
i.

A

worker, of wrath,

Rom,

iv. 15.

The same
Eph.

as jjQjlil, S,

James

25.
def.

I^OJi-ClLLd or \L0 1,nSV),
i.

noun fem.

A

loorhing, operation,

19;

iii.

7, itc.

Heb. Hiph. T*^yn> Caused

to loork,

Exod.

i.

13;

vi. 5.

;*^'--

^

I^P?>

^^*"^

-^6 should

(JO

through;

lit.

should go,

2^ciss

through

Gr. SupxecrOai.
7

— jZjj,
7

see note, ch.

i.

7.

r

_

;'^v \

fut. 3. sing, of ;.dl. (ch. viii. 59), Crossed,

passed over, 2)assed
xii.

&y, transgressed.
ii.

—Pret.
Z^.OS,
'i*^*^
5.

3. sing.

fem.
xv.

/.^JlilL,

Acts
pi.

10;
S.

1

Tim.

14.— 1.
53;

sing.

S.

Luke
.

29.-3.

O.-nS,
4.

Mark
1.
jjl.

vi.
«

— Fem.
Acts
S.

(with
Fut.

paragogic), Rev, xxi.
3.

;*^ v^

xxvii.

sing.

fem.

.

t;'^v/

^

S.

Matt,
30;

xxiv, 34;
xiv. 35; S.
1.

Luke
ii.

xxi, 32;

without

final •_!, S.
7

Mark
Rom.
v.

xiii.
ii.

Luke

35; xvi. 17.
i.

-^

2.

sing.

;

"^

v/

,

25.

sing,

^ri^f, 2 Cor.

16.— 3.
(fcc.

pi.

^i^^^,
1. pi.

S.

Matt.
S.

18, &c.
iv,

—Fem.
S,
1

^"ilii.J, ch. xxiv. 35,


S.

;nM,
xvii. 7
1,

Mark
Inf.

35;

Luke viii. 22
Thess.
iv,

Imperat.
Part,

:^^^
S.

Luke
ix.

^'-^^0n\
IjJ^lL,

6

{.I^ii,,

John
S.
9.

&c.;

— Fem.
2,

Hebr.
7
1

vii.

24.— PI.
Tim.
i.

masc.
S.

^^nS,
ii.

Matt. xv.

&c.— Constr.
Rom.

\\'~^*^i 1

10;

James,

Deriv. r^l^,
V. 14.

uoun masc. Transgression,
*|lj;, Ps. viii. 9, &c. &c.

Gr. 7rapdj3a(n<;,

iv.

15;

Heb.


5.

|_»'^Lq* A-»_0

^ii,

0)1

the dwelling-2ilace, terHtori/

(lit.

ho7ise)

Samaritans

jAj^^,

tibe

field,

— Gr. 8ia t^s 2a/Aapctas— Compare note, parcel of ground— Gr. tou ^piov — Fem.
A
city,

of the
16.

ch.

ii,

def.

form of

];_D,
def.

noun masc.
|Aj"^,
S.

town, village, also afield, district.

PI,

Luke

xiv. 21.
jA-iV^i).

(So some Editions: the Vienna and
Strictly, part. Peil of "j^^,

most Editions read
t^*lp)
tIt H(-l).
i-<l-

Heb.

n^Di t|t
,

"ie^ occurred.

Whence,

l^'*'-]:;)

A

town,
iv.

city, Ps. xlviii,

3,— Chald.

H^'lp or

X^p,

def,

Xnnn,'

Ezr.

10, ic.

S.

JOHN
Tnyyi;

IV.

G.

87
(or com.) def.
j

Ver.

G.

1 1

I

SV),

the

well

— Noun
i

fern,

A

well,

fountain.
ii 17.

Derived from

V,

an

eye.

PI. def.

i

V

vVi 2
^

S. Pet.

Heb. pyD>

A

fountain, Gen.
7.

vii.

11;

viii. 2.

Metaph.

Jb?/,

delight, Ps. Ixxxvii.

Trans!

.

And

there loas there the fount

of the waters of Jacob.

JOOI

||J,

was wearied

—Gr.
xvi. 6,

KeKOTria/cws

— Part.
(J

Peil (forming imperf.

tense) of ]]J or

•_»]],

Laboured,

toiled,

was fatigued.
,

fem.

AjU, Rom.
1

12.— 2.
iv.

sing. Zli
pi.

—Pret. Rev, —
ii.

3. sing.

3.

1.

sing.

LJ^,
X

Cor. XV. 10; Gal.
Phil. iv. 3:
»

11.— 3.
(with
.

Q_.]J, ver. 38,
I

below;—
xvi. 12.

Fem,
2. pi.

•-fc|j

5

>(i

paragogic),

Rom.
v.

^A^]J,
X

ver.

38,

below.— 1.

pi.

^]J, ^ X

S.

Luke

5

Put.

IUj, Epli.
XVI.

iv.

28
ii,

Inf. IJIIdI.,
6.

Acts xx. 35

Part. ]]\, 1 Cor.

16; 2 Tim.
1 Cor, iv.

PI.

masc.

^M?

coalescing with ,—1-k»,
vi.

^]J°,
xii.

12.— PI,
pi,

fem, ^-ff, S. Matt.

28; S.
12;
1

Luke
Tim.

27

Part, Peil
S.

masc.
xi.

V.

17.— Def, yy'^
|Zo]J,

Matt.
def.

^tf, 1 Thess. ii. 9; v. 28.—From this verb is

derived
5; xi, 23,

noun fem.
iii,

Labour, hardship, 2 Cor,

vi,

27

;

2 Thess,

8,

Heb,

nX7> T T

Laboured, was wearied, Gen, xix. 11,
of, the

jjKjJOIj
tP]<;

f

l^v

r~^' from, by reason

fatigue of the loay
masc.
l^oil,

— Gr.

Ik

oSotTTopta?

|IS^^, def. of

^LUL, noun

labour.

PI. def. ]]<h\,

Rev. xiv. 13.— R.

VVnv

Laboured.
16; xc. 10.

Heb. 7/^W, Labour, weariness, Ps.
T ^T

Ixxiii.


Gl^
T>

— Gr. iKuOiteTo — Pret. with jOOl, forming usually the pluperfect — here the imperfect. — OX^,
jOOl fc^AjO,
~
-n

and He

sat, ivas sitting

pleonastic; see Cowper's Gr. § 198 (6).

^

I

\.»
ch.

A^,
i.

six hours,

i.e.

the sixth

hour

— Gr.

wpa

Iktti

— See

note,

39.

88

S.

JOHN

IV. 7—9.

Ver.

7.

|1SdZ), that
i.

site

might draw

to

draw

— avrXijaai— See

note, ch.
in-

14.

— Fut.
12.

3. sing. fern,

with

pref. >

having the force of the

finitive,

or Lat. ut with the subjunctive.

«

I

*^(n, give
ch.
i.

— — Imperat.
Sos

sing. fern, of iIDOlj, Gave.

— See note,

Transl.

Give

Me

water

(that)
to

I may

drink.
ineiv

|A^|,

{that)

I onay

drink —
j)

drink —

— Fut.

1. sing,

(for inf. or

subj.

but without

of |Aj», Drank.(

—This verb in Peal pret. and
from the following

imperat. always has

prosthetic, as will appear
:

forms, occurring in the N.T.
Pret.
3. sing.

masc. «_kA^|, ver. 12, below; Acts
7 (this
is

ix. 9:

—Fem.

ZliA^], Hebr.
Poljglotts; the

vi.

the reading of the Par, and Lond.
A_.A-»(,

Vienna and many other Editions read
A_,A*|, with
ii.

Aph.).— 1.
S.
S.

sing.

aff. S.

Matt. xxvi. 42.-3.

pi. pi.

O-.Lm^,

Mark
Luke

xiv.
xiii.

23; Acts

13;

1

Cor. x. 4,

&c.— 1.
x.

--.A^],
;

2G; __.Ajj, as

if

from (Zl»(, Acts

41

1

Cor.

xii.

13 (where the Par. and Lond. Polyglotts read _jA-»j)
ver. 13, 14, below; vii. 37,

Fut.

]E^,
xvii.
3. pi.

ttc— 2.

sing. "JA^Z", S.
vei".

Luke

8; 1 Tim. v. 23.

1.

sing.

^A^|, here, and
pi.

10, &c.
yi.

^L^,
pi.

S.

Mark

xvi.

18.— 2.

^Lȣ,

S.

John

53,

&c.— 1.

"|ZL«J, S. Matt. vi. 31, etc
S.

Imperat. fem.

^ZL»|

(some read ^L»{),
Inf. I'A

Luke

xii.

19.— PI.

oZl»T, S. Matt. xxvi. 27.

« O^V

ver. 9,
S.

below

Part. "jA^, S.

John

vi. 54, 56,

&c.— PI. ^AI»,
T T

Matt. xxiv. 38, &c.
ix.

Heb. nnSJ', Gen.
Dan.
8.
.

21; xxvii.

25.— Chald. r\T\^ and T
;

^T\\^,
T
:

V. 1, 2, 23.

— Pret.

witli {< prosthetic, ver. 3, 4.

(

/

o m
.

^

f^f^d,

meat

— Gr.

rpo^as— Noun
(Paiel)

fem. def. derived from
y

^£0

7
>

.

in its quadrilateral Pael
irreserved.
9.

form

;n

CO,

bore,

sustained,

|2.Ajj wiGI, that

woman,

the

woman

>/

yvvrj.

— w^Ol,

demonstr. pron.

fem.— PI.

^JljCTl.

S.

JOHN

iV.

9-11.

89
art a Jew,

Vei'.

9

PlUj], Transl. IIoio
of
vie to

{is it tJuU)

Thou

and

askest

dHnk, who am,
traffic,

&,c.

_.j_kk.«_k»A1d,
pi.

have dealings

— Gr.
3),
1.

crvy^pwi'Tai

— Ethpaal part.

masc. of oo»«_K»,

Was

useful, Jit for, profitable.

Ethpa. wKK-*.>jZ.j (Actsxxvii.
courteous
to,

Conversed,

was familiar witfi,

made

use of

Pret.

sing, Aj^»-«_kjZ], 1 Cor. ix. 15.

—3.
ix.
1

pi. fern.

JL^^^l^I^, Rom.
ii.

I

26.— 1.

771.

pi.

^>
1.

• LZf,

1

Cor.
1%

12;

1
ix.

Thess.

5

Etit.

.....

m ^.Ai
1

77..

smg. oj_«.>jZ.|,

Cor.

18

Part.

^>.^,U^b^,
]j

Cor. x. 30.
S.

10.

Q_^,

if— — Conjunction.
et

Cl_^, except, unless,

Matt. xxiv.

22, &c.

Compai'e Heb. !l?X, Eccles.

vi.

6: Estli.

vii. 4.

jAlDCTIQib,
svpphj.

tlie

gift

T-qv

Swpcav

— Def. of
S.

^OCJIQId, noun

fern.

A

gift,

Constr. A«-^mnVn^ by enallage for the

abs. or def. form,

Acts XXV. 11.— PL def lAi^cnoSD,
Gave.

Matt.

vii. 11,

kc.

R.

^OlI,

(

I

.^

'

J

living

— Gr,

^<3v

PI.

masc. def (agreeing with (JLlo) of

w.a.>^
(fee.

U7
Fern,
i.

>j,

ell.

vi.

51, 51, 69,
xii.

y-t-t^,

Acts

ix. 39,

&c.

Def. JA-»_k»,
_

Rom.
T/l
"

1; 1 S. Pet.
7

—PI, masc. 7X7
23.

.,17
»

«

>>,

Rev.

xix. 20:

coalescing with --L>j,
^

__

^_J_A..k_K»,
1 S.

Acts
ii.

xvii. 28, etc.

PI. fern, def

(ZvJl.>^,

Acts

\T[i.

38;

Pet.

5.
xliii.

Heb. ^n, Gen.
pi.

7; Ps.
ii.

Iviii.

10, (fee.— Chald.

^Pt,

del J<»n,

p»pl, def X-V^n,

Dan.
Sir

30, &c.

11.

i-ij^,
(S,

my

lord

— E.V.

— Kvpu— Noun
and

with

affix.

^Sd, def. jjiD

Matt,

xi. 25),

noun masc. Lord, master

— Employed
l^^io

as a title

of respect to a master or stranger,
Disciples, in

to Christ Himself,

by His

His character
i,

as

Man.

PI.

_-."^, def \"^, constr.
or |lj5]lb,

_-;Sd, 2 Cor,
the Lord's

24.— From
i.

this is derived

Day, Rev.
ii.

10,

JIO^Sd, noun
ver.

fern,

def Government,

2

S. Pet.
i.

10;

S.

Jude

8.— PL

def T-O"^, Eph. L 21;

CoL
w.
c.

16.

12

,

90
Ver. 11.

S.

JOHN
draw

IV. 11—14.

(JOJ, sometliing to
vessel

toith

avrXrjfia

— Noun

tnasc.

def.

A

for drawing water.
up, or out.

Occui's here only in the N. T.

—R.
A

|J j

Drew

|r^5 the

loell

— TO ^piap — Noun
A
well,

fern. def.

(|3^0, Rev.

ix. 1, 2),
Iv.

well.

Heb. ^X5,

Gen. xxi. 19, &c.
1.

A pit,
(n

Ps.

24; Ixix. 16.
adj.

(n V>k — .0X7
>

deep

—/3a^u— Fem. of .O »^nS,
"^l
Ixiv.

7

.0X7
def.
i

V)S,

Deep.

PI. fem. def. "J'aA

Rev.

ii.

24.

— R.
pi.

.nVr>v

Pa.

,nV^S,

Made
Dan.
12.

deep.

Heb. pbjj, Ps.
ii.

7.— Chald.

p^j^^J^, '

fem. def. ^<np^Dy,
^ ^
'

22.
iirj;

'

(^

\^

Gi'.

ne forte?

—Interrogative —Also, An, as in
[jli^ti^,

particle,

answering to the Lat.
iirjTL

Num,
and

vei\ 29, Gr.

owtos lariv o Xptcrrds;
this the Ch7'ist?;
S.

which Prof. Scholefield would translate Is
ver. 33, Gr.

hath any

man?
Luke

See also

Mark

ii.

19.

— Also
a

Lat. Ne, as in

S.

Matt.

viii. 4.

Used

also in the direct qiiestion,

Why, for

lohat purpose? S.

xiii. 9.

QUA,

his cattle


is

to.

^pe/x/xara avTov

— Noun
x. 16),

pi.

with

affix.

— PJL,

collective

noun of com. gender, Sheep,
singular (as in eh.

cattle,

a

jloek, S.

John

x. 1,

and frequently throughout the
Ribui, but
fication.

chaptei'.

It

is

always marked with

as well as pi. in signi-

Heb. [X^, Gen.
13.

iv. 2,

&c.
3. sing,

|Cn^,

sludl thirst— Sn}/y]o-€L

—Fut.

of |(n»

,

Was

thirsty.

— Pret.
S.John

1. sing.

AjOI.

,

S.

Matt. xxv. 35, 42

Fut.

1, sing.

](J\f], ver.

15, below.


S.

3. pi.

^Ol^J, Rev.

vii.

16

Part. Peil ]ai.,
S. INIatt.

xix. 28;

Matt. xxv.
,

37.— Def. ]LgiI,

xxv.

44.— PI.
,

masc. —jOI*
iv. 11.

S.

Matt.

v.

6; coalescing with ^_L>j,

_Lj01»

1

Cor.

X

r.

^
I

7
i

U7, noun ^
01
,

masc. def. Thirst, 2 Cor.
_

xi. 27.
^

14.

_*_lJ2iJj
pl.
tl)f>

Ld? of water, springing up
7

^

— Gr.

^

rSaros aXXofievov

— Part.

masc. of MlOJ, Buhhled forth.

Occurs in Peal here only in

N. T.

Heb.

J^^^

Ti-ov. xviii. 4.

S.

JOHN
draw
(Jj,

IV. 15—20.

91

Ver.l5.

]-».1^5,

drawing,

to

— Gr.
S.

avrXiiv

up, drew out.
in the N. T.

—Part.

Luke

xiv. 5.

— Part. fem. of Dreio — Occurs not elsewhere
jjj,

Heb. rh^, Exod.
T T

ii.

16, 19.

P5C7I ^Sd, /ro7n hence
hither.

— Compound
xii. 6,

adverb.

— So

pJOT-ik

(ver.

16),

p5oi
Comp. of

(S.

Matt.
5(71.

42, &c.), adv. Here, in this veri/place


^
,

p+

5(71

is

a particle of emphasis (by some rebehold);

garded as the same with
there, S.

]c7l,

added

to

p,

/iere,

and

^

Mark

xiii. 21.

Transl.
to

Give

me o/ these
hence.

waters, that

I

thirst not again, neither

come

draw from

16.

.

1

.

I

— Imperat. fem. of Went. See note, n >SnN, thy husband — t6v avSpa aov —Noun with
\l, go

vTraye

\>l"),

eh.

i.

37.

aflf.

2.

sing. fem.

and pref li of the

object.

\iJLO, def. ji^riD (ver. 17, below),

noun masc. Lord,

7nasfer,

husband.

The

abs.

form occurs only in
f*^*^.

conjunction (often united)

with other words, as

Vv*"^^
v.

enemy,

S.

Matt.

v. S.

43;

|i

.,\v«^
12.

adversary,

S.

Matt.

25;

j2.0*^*^,\s,O,
respectively.

Luke
«

xxiii.

See notes in these places

PI.

^^*^,

ver. 18, below.

Heb. 7^3) Lord,
X
7
_

Isa. xvi. 8;

Husband, Exod.

xxi. 3.

17.

i_a_2-», rightly, loell

— KaXoIs—Adj. Right, handsome, goodly, here used
l;"'

adverbially.

Def.
S.

^

«, S. Matt. xxvi. 10; S.
vii. I 7

Mark
.

xiv.
,

6.—
Luke

Pem. l[i
viii. 8.

Wm,
^,'
-

Mark
X
y

27;


7

ix. .^

50: Def.
X
7

P
X
7

.-

S.

PI. masc.
1.

.."^.Sij, def.
^

(;' .

c^ «^ S.
.p.

John

x. 32, 33,

kc

— fem. — R. rSut,
PI.

«=^

«

Hebr.

vi.

9.

—Def.

y",^^^,

S.

Luke

xxi. 5.

Was

elegant.

Chald.
18.

y^V^,
TreVrc

Fair, beautiful, Dan.

iv. 9, 18.

\jl}JX»^ , five

— Cardinal numb. masc. —Fem.
xxi. 37.

-

»

^

- '^

cli. vi.

9.

Heb. nt^/Dn? masc. Exod.
T

-;

20.

pQ-4i 'iiounlain

— Gr.

to3

o/iet

— Def.

of JO.^

(^-

^li^tt..

xxvi. 30;

J)2

S.

JOHN

IV. 20—23.

Ver. 20.

S.
S.

Mark
Heb.

xiv. 26),

noun masc. A mountain,

rocJc.

PI. def.

IjQ^,

Mark

v. 5, &c.
15)5^,

Bock, Ps.
T

xviii.

3.

— Chald.

"l^jtO,

Mountain, Dan.

ii.

35.— Def.

X^ilD, ver. 45.

Oj_.t_CD, VJorshipjyed

TrpocrcKvvrjcrav

Pret. 3. pi. of
it

,

.

«

"">

(ch. ix. 38),

Adored, worship])ed.
&c.
1

Pret.

3.

sing. fern. 7,

<^, S. Matt, xv. 25,

3. pi.

fern.

Ji,».,u-CD,

S.

Matt, xxviii. 9
S.

Put. 3Q-.1 CTll,
10, &c.

Cor. xiv.

25.-2.
S.

sing.
ii.

j(L.^"Z,

Matt.

iv. 9,

1.

sing.

jO^^f,
2. pi.

Matt.
^

8.

3. pi.

^. \\"^\
Imperat.

ver. 23, 24, below.
jQ-^^LjaD,

^,

..

m/

ver. 21,

below
xix.

Rev.

xxii. 9.

PI.

05Q_^i^_CD, ch. xiv. 7;
xii.

10

Inf.

,

..

fY^VnX
masc.

in this
>,

verse; ch.

20;

S.

Matt.

ii.

2

Part. pti^-CD,
-,

pi.

.i

"">,

ver. 22, 24,

below;

— coalescing with
S
of the object,

I.kj,

_i_»j_HL_CD, ver.

22,

below.

Heb.

*T-!lD)

Worshipjjed idols, Isa. xliv. 15, 17, 19; xlvi.

6.

Chald. *^yO^ with
ch.
•X

Dan.

ii.

46.— Put. 1ilp\

iii. »7

5, 6, &c.

22

^^1>
5

Transl.

Ye worship what (something) ye know not; hut
which
toe Jcnoio.

V)e loorship that


23.

R^5
7

that which,

what

——
o

J

]ii>,

relative,

with

pref.

X

of the

object.
.T,

5

.^ASd|, lohen
is

interrogative

tions are
5

— — Adverb of time. When not followed by — Other combina— ch. When? Gr. Matt. — vO ^.Ak)]] pDA> how long?,
oVe
5, it
tto'tc;

vi.

25.

S.

xvii. 17, &c.

wjAsb]

,

as often as, S.

Mark

v. 4,


]^0

,

.

m
..

the loorshippers


A

ol

irpocTKvvrjTat

— PL

def.

of 5Q_i(l_CD, def.
this verse only in

1^0
the
....
[^Ij'l

nn^

noun masc.
,.^1^2),

worshipper.

— Occurs in

K T.— R.

Worshipped.
the

fcSJ, Tran«l.
these.

For indeed

Father seeketh worshippers such

as

OOT, pleonastic; Cowpcr's Gr.

§

198

(1).

S.

JOHN
He

IV. 25—31.

93

Ver. 25.

^<^\*^n

teaching:

will teach,
''^^

tell
-

— ai/ayyeXet— For
in

>e^\( Vp

^

Pael part, of v£i_^, for which
ch. vi. 45, below),

\

is

common

use (see note,

Learned.

Pa. k^L-^j Taught, S.

Luke
S.

xi. 1

:

— with
xiii.
vii.

affix, S.

John
sing

viii.

28.


S.
V.

Pret.

2.

sing.

L^ll^,

Luke

26.

—L

Lsi.^,
S.

John

xviii.

20

Fut. c21a]j, ch.

35; or ^£iSj,

Matt.
20.

19; with

afF. S.

John
iv.

xiv. 26.

I.

sing. fc£l_^,

Acts xx.
28

3. pi.

^n'^\^, Acts
1

18.— 2.

pi.

^^\L,
Luke
g.

ch. v.
xi.

Imperat.
CL21.1^,
Part.
9,

^Jl^,
S.

Tim.

iv. 11,

etc.:— with
Inf.

aff. S.

1.— PI.
xi. 1,

Matt, xxviii. 20

n

c^\^\
masc.
7
.

Matt.

&c

fern.

"jAliL, Uev.

ii.

20.— PI.
V

&c.:
,"i

— coalescing
S.

1.7

liiXk),
Col.
i.

S.

Matt. xv.

with
V.

^-J~kj,

1

i

<=^

W),
xiv.

28.
ii.

— Constr.
3
Part.

'^\V>,
7

Luke
fern.

17.— PI.
S,

fern.

,_AXSd,

Tit.

pass.

-g^V^^

]<^\V),

Matt.

8,— PI.

masc. def.

]g^

\V)

ch. vi. 45, below.

Heb. &7i^, Learned, once, Pro v.

xxii. 25.

Pi.

&

pj^, Taught,

Job XV.
28.

5, &c.

mAxn o
with
5

her waterpot
aff. 3. sing.

rrjv

vSpiav avTrj%

— (A\o n
thai— Gr.

^

noun

fem. def.

fem.

Occui-s here only.
Traira ocra

29.

IsOrSO ^oO, all

things that, everything

— See

note, ch.

i.

3

(^^).


31.

Q_»001, he

is


.

this is,

is this ?

ovto's Io-tlv

— For 001 001, the second

Ol changed for
'

._.

moveable.

^m
iv

A

1

»-^

in the midst of these things,

—in

the

meanwhile

— Gr.
Ate.
sing.

Tw

fxera^v

—See

note, ch.

i.

26,

-nrivx

eat

<^ay€

—Tmperat.
S.

of -fy^ \ or

-mv\
S.

(S.

Luke

iv. 2),

Fut.

-rnvV\
s.

Matt. XV. 20;
sing.

Luke

vii.

36.-2.

.pnv\7']
1. pi.

Matt. xxvi. 17.-1.

.mS^,
pi.

S.

Luke
S.

xvii. 8.
x.

*QQi»_^J, ch. xxii. 8
S.

Tmperat.
xxi. 5,
»tc.

QHliili,

Luke

8

Inf.

.pnyV VtV

John


94

S.

JOHN

IV. 31—34.

Ver. 31.
10.

A ph. .m\-^,

Gnawed,
is

part. pi. raasc.
.

.

m v\V)
aff.

Rev. xvi.

Another reading

m v \V)
|Io]Sd,

Pa. part.

32.

^AXaDfib, food, meat
34.

/Jpwcrtv

—Noun

fern.

—With
xiv.
1

1. sing.,

ver.

—Another
ix.

fern,

form
clef.

is

Rom.

17;

Col.
iv.

ii.

16;

Hebr.

10.—

PI.

"jAlr)]k?, Meats,

Tim.

3.

— R.
iem..

^1",
food

Ate.
ii.

Compare Heb. 7^^5^, masc. Food, Gen.
for
fire,

9:

—ri7bX0>
Tw''2'!2, 1

Isa. ix. 4, 18:

and by contraction

Kings

V. 25.


34.

5

1^1, such
'

as, that

—yv—Relat. pron. fem.
^^j
(see note, ch.
i.

\

»;

The

possessive pron.

11),

with

its affixes,

gives peculiar energy to the
cially

'

noun

to

which

it

refers:

more

espe-

when, as here, the
->
.

affix is likewise

added to the noun.
47.

So

^

>

\Vn\
and

to

My

ivords,

ch.

v.

— See

also S.

Mark

ii.

18.

..j01Q_jl1Q-1-»J0,

that

I should finish, and
)

to

finish (affix pleon.)

Kol TeXuwcruy

tva

— Supply in the Greek. —The
Pael
fut. 1. sing, of
vii.

from

,,£lL|5 in the preceding clause, as

first

vowel remitted to O.

I>Q_L» or I>qX^, Comjjleted.

(S.

Matt.

28), Finished, coynjjleted, lyerfeded,

—Pa. ^>Q_i^ — hid
farewell.
3. pi.

Pret.
S.
S.

1. sing.
ii.

AVn\
Fut.

«

with

afi".

S.

John

xvii. 4.

oloX*,
J^ClL.!,
1,

Luke
Matt.
xi.

39

V>^

« \

S.

Matt.
S.

xvii.

11.— 2.

sing.
pi.

V.

33.— 1.
pi.

sing.

:>CL^l"
S.

Lukeix. 61.— 3.
x.

yO^pN

Rev.

7.-2.
iv.

^akil^Z,

Matt.

23
11

Imperat. 'X^\9,
Inf.
xiii.

2 Tim.
S.
>

5.—Pi. ololLL,
30
iii.

2 Cor.

viii.

^<^Vlvr>\
25.— PI.
masc.

Luke

xiv. 29,

Part. J>qS.1id, Acts
3;

V>\ « V)
John

Gal.

Hebr.
ii.

ix.

6

Part. pass. JsoX-LLd,

S.

xix. 30; 1 S.

John

5.

From
2 Tim.
iii.

this conjugation is derived 17.

_^Cl\j».1d, adj.

Perfect,

Heb.
viii.

Pi. D?SJ^,

Fhmhed,

1

Kings

ix.

25: Mchde secure,

S oh

6:

Restored, 2}cud bach, Ps. xxxvii. 21.
Ixii.

Requited, recom-

pensed, Vs.

13.


S.

JOHN

IV. 35, 36.

95

Ver. 35.

p.^5],/o?(r
,,

— tnonths —
i.

Cai-cl.

numb. masc.
y

— Fem. M^?|,
S.

S.

Luke

ii.

37.
p

I

»

y

PI.

of «~kj;^,

noun masc. A month.
\Lil,

Def.

|-Ki;_t,

S.

Luke

26, 3l.

RPl.
ii.

def.

Luke

i.

24.

Heb. rr\\ Exod.
Ezr. vi. 15.
'jp^^^,
ix.

2.— Chald.

m,

pl-

\'ny_, can.

iv.

26;

the harvest

d depia-fxo^
x, 2.

—Noun masc.

def.

—With

afF.

S.

Matt.

38;

S.

Luke

— R. >^, Heaped.
months cometh
the harvest?

Transl.
V

Saij ye not, that after four
tltat

7

o5aj^5,
,

they have become white, are tohite

otl Xi-vKai

dai

Pret.

3. pl.
y

(pref.

conjunct,

j

with

''

before a vowelless consonant) of

>Q.>j,

Was
y

or became
y

tvhite.

Pael 5Q-k»,
Part.
pass.

Made

white.

5'

7

Pret.

3. pl.

o5Q-k», Pev.

vii.

14

hO-t^^lD,

fem.

def.

]Z.5Q_K»isD,

whited wall, Acts

xxiii. 3,

Heb. ^in, once, —
T
y

Isa. xxix. 22.

Qj-^Ido, and have
l-^iD,

arrived, reached

— Pael

pret.

3.

pl.

(pref,

o) of

Came, found.

Pa.

«

(\

^
y

(S.
pl.

Luke

xix. 29, &c.) the

same

as Peal in
pl.

mean-

ing.— Pret."2.
xxi. 3,
]
^

^pL».^,
1-

Hebr.
sing.

xii.

4.— 1.

,_»-^, Acts
iii-

&c

Put. iJiDJ.
ix. 3;
.

W^t
^^
»

Pl^il-

H

1'*'"*-

^VnV) Acts
Ethpaal
.

xxii. 6.

— Pl.

masc.
Part.

5V>^0,

ch. xxvii. 13.

5

^^"), Reached.

pl.

^^u^^Ak),

coalescing

with ^Lk.,
Transl.
36.

^I^^IdALd,

2 Cor. X. 14.
at han'vest already.

That they are white, and have arrived

5^5,

that reajyeth

— Gr. OepL^w— Part,
05<_KJ, S.
Inf.

(pref

rel. j)

of

J^,

Reaped.
ix.

Pret.
vi.

3. pl. 8.

James

v.

4

Put. jO^j^kJ, 2 Cor.
38,

6;

Gal.

?1k>V^\,
vi.

ver.

below

Part.

pl.

masc.

^5^,

S.

Matt.

26;

S.

Luke

xii. 24.

Ethpeel 3LK»ZV(or Ethpa.
fem. Z.J^jjZ.(, Rev. xiv. 16.
l^-i"), ?m<7^.s-

j^Z]), Was

renjyed.

— Pret.

3.

sing.

ixia-Ooi

— Noun

masc.

W<([f^.<i,

n-ward.

H.

'f.^, Trafficlced.


JOHN
,

DG

S.

IV. 3G, 37.

Ver. 36.

•-•-L^O, and gathering gathereth
7

koI avvdyeL

— Part, (with
xiii.

pref.

o) of

-

«

^

^

(S.

Luke

V. 1), Congregated, collected together, resorted,
3. sing. fern.

heaped

together.
S.

Pret.
vii.

tfOiLA^
'»'

,

Acts Acts

44.

3. pi.

n

m.

y^
1

Mark
«

1

:

— Fem.
»
»
^

.

m,

ix.

39

Put.
xiii.

«n

'-M

Part. fem. [.a-lD, S. Matt, xxiii. 37; S.
«

Luke

34,

Part. Peil

i

^

(actively), S.
-

Luke
'"^,

xiv, 2

:

— Fem.
xviii.

].«_*-LI3,

S. Mark

i.

33.— PI.
7

masc. ^
7
i
.

S.

Matt,

20,

&c.—
fem.

coalescing

with

—J-kj,
xvi.
13.

^

^,

Acts xv.

25.

— PL

.

^

n Acts
^

— From

this is derived

^»_»Q_LD, noun

masc. def.
(of fem.

An
1

assembly, gathering together.

Acts xix. 39, &c.
is

PI.

form) _j_«Q_LD, Acts xxii. 19.

!-)

—There

also a pi. masc.

def,

1'.'

n not

occuriing in the N. T.

Heb. DJ3,
Dan.
iii.

Ps- xxxiii.

7.— Chald.

tJ^J^, i^f-

^^^^2^, to assemble,

2.

]^]£, fruits, fruit— Gi\ Kap-rrov—Fl
S.

def, of ]b]£i (S.

Mark

iv.

28, 29;

Luke

i.

42),

noun masc.
1

def.

Produce, fruit, of the earth or

trees.
fertile,

Pi.

^J^Si,

Cor. xiv. 14.

— R. \^, Aph.
i.

s^\2^,

Made

produced fruit.

Heb,

nS,
• ;

Gen.

i.

11,

12.— R ,113, Gen. T
T
xiii. 15,

22; Ps. cxxviii.

3.

— Cogn. 5^13, Hiph. Hos.
T T

p.o5l, the sower, he that soweth
sower.

— Gr.

d cnrtLpwv

— Noun

masc. def.

A

— P. ^5l, Soived. — Gr.
d Oepi^wv

7

— —
37.

1)0 ^-K», the reaper, he that reapeth
reaper.
E,,

— Noun masc. def A
James
v, 4,

PI, def. j^O^^Kt, S. Matt, xiii, 30, 39; S,

?^-»Jj Reaped.

"|,_kko], together


d/xov

— Adverb compounded of
and

|,-k»

+

y^,

lit.

as one.

Transl.
I
- 7

And
I

he that soweth

he that reapeth shall rejoice together.

_j^.K»|0...—j;-K»], one... and another
ch.
i,

ttA./\os...Kat

aX\o%

— See

note,

35,

Transl,

One

is the sutver,

and another

{in) the

reaper.

S.

JOHN

IV. 37—40.

07
\
vj,5^

7

Ver, 37.

^^)l,

sowing, soioeth

— Gr. o cnrupm-— Part, of
disjjersed.

(S.

Matt.

r

'•'

xiii. 4),

Sowed, scattered
xiii.

seed,
S.

Pret.

2.

sing.

ZiLjI, S. Matt,
S.

27; xxv. 24;
S.

Luke

xix.

21.— 1.

sing.
ix.
pi.

A^Jl,
11
^^
i

Matt. xxv.

26;

Luke

xix.

22.— 1.

pi.

^Jl,
&c
Peil
1

1 Cor.

Put. \ioJlJ
\h\, S. Matt.


vi.

luf. VX5|in^, S.

Matt.

xiii. 3,

Part.

26;
xiii.

S.

Luke

xii.

24

Part.

"^M,
Pet.
i.

fern.

U^ll,

S.

Matt.

19.— PL
i.

masc.

^> v^M.

S.

1.— PI.

fern.

^'i\,

S.

James

1.

Heb. '^^, Gen.
42.

xlvii. 23.

mi

.

V

..

Vo

tJie

Saviour


i
.

(aff.

pleon.),

—d

loirrjp

-

i

t^JiD,

def.

P^j-jv-kLd (Acts V. 31),
life.

noun masc. A Saviour,
^..Vo

Giver, Preserver of

Fem.
XV. 45

def.

jA

.

the life-giving, quickening. Spirit,

1 Cor.

Formed from the Aph.
to live, part. Ij^kIsD.

part, of |^.Kt

,

Lived, Aph.

•_k.>^|,

Caused
7

44.

;iIljAlD, honoured, is honou7'ed, hath honour
part, of
I

— Gr.

tlixtjv i.\u

— Ethpaal —
PI.

^

1
-J

7

7

•.^^

Was

heavy.

Ethpa. ^£uZ.|,

Was

held in honour.

4.").

\iD (ZoZl, all the signs, ivondars

46.

,d^, a
I

servant
7

—Noun
»7. ..

masc.

— Gr. — Def. j.*^^,
*

iravra, all the things.
eh.
7

viii.

34, &c.

7

_j,i2Ll, def. (,«^^j ch. XV. 15, &c.

R.

;^^ii»,

Did, performed.
iii.

Heb.

^^J^,
'
'

Gen.

ix.

25.— Chald.

*73j;,

Dan.

26;

vi.

21;

Ezr. V. 11.

[li^lb

,nS, A

King''s minister, courtier, nohlerna7i

— Gr.
7

ySacriXtKos

Compare *;T7^""T^V, Ebedmelech the Ethiopian
Zedekiah, Jer. xxxviii.
Ti'ansl.
7.

in the court of

And
d;c.

there

was in Cai^ernaiun a

certain (,j^, oivp) noble-

man,

lOOl OT_»^D, was sick
infirm.
PI.

rjcrOiveL

OT-i^-D,

adj.

Sick,
1

diseased,

weak,
<.

— Def.
part.

joij^,
S.

ch. v.
iv.

7.

— Fem.
x.

|ai-i^O,

Cor.
S.

viii.

^^J^,

Luke

40;
,

9.— Def. loi^V^,

John

v. 3.

Of form

Peil of CTI^
iv.

Was

sick (Peal not used).

Ethpoel
Pret.
xi.
3.

<JI^DZ]''(Rom.

19; Phil.

ii.

26, 27), Tl'a^ sick, infirm.

sing. fem. Zcjl;i:Zf,

Acts

ix.

37

Part.

OI^Ak^,

2 Cor.

29.

W.

('.

'

13

98

S.

JOHN

lY. 46, 47.

Vor. 4G.

Whence

also is derived
fern. def. Sickness,
iv.

(ZocjLi;^, noun
«fec.

weakness, hifirmity,
13.

Rom.

vi.

19,

— Constr. ZoCTLi;^, Gal.
Transl.

47

pen.
to

TJds (man) heard that Jesus was come. ..and loent

Him, and
that

besovght

Him,

<£r..

Iropo, and
3. sing,

He

tvould heal,

and

heal
tlie

koI Ida-qraL

—Pael
Fut.
1.

fut.

of

\SIi\,

Cured, used only in
S.

form of a participial noun,

]1sd(, see note,
Pa.

Matt.

ix.

12.

>

<^] (S.
xiii.

Matt.

iv. 24, &c.).
pi.

Healed, cured.

sing.

"1^1, S. Matt,

15.— 3.

^aiD]j, S.

Mark

iii.

15

Imperat.
x. 9
iv. 23,

Imf,
Inf.

S.

Luke

iv.

23.— PL
Matt.

OTo]', S. Matt. x. 8; S,

Luke

Qj^lki^l,
PI. masc.

S.

x. 1,

&c

Part. Iiclk),
vi.

S.

Matt.

&c.

,_k^)k),

S.

Mark

13;

S,

Luke

ix. 6.
.

Z\V)V)\,
7

to die

a.Tro$ui](TK€Lv

Inf. (witk pref.

A)

of A

V)

(cli.

viii.

52, 53), Hied,

was dead.

This verb preserves v^ in the preterite,

and in

its

other forms follows the paradigm of verbs Q_L.

See

Phillips §
S.

42; Cowper

§

120

(4).

Pret.

3.

sing.
vii.

fem.

tb^,
ii.

Matt.
pi.

ix. 18, 24,

&c.— 1.
John

sing.
vi.

^LJ^, Rom.
vi.

10; Gal.

19.

—3.
vii.

oL^,
&c.— 1.
vi.

S.

49, 58, <fec.— 2. pi.
2, 8; vii.

^LlSd,
6
1

Rom.

4,

pi.

yL^,
1.

Rom.

Fut. ZoV)1,
Cor. ix. 15.
S.

S.

John

50, &c.
S.

sing.

Zok)], Acts xxi. 13;
pi.

3. pi.

^ZoiOJ,
pi.

Matt. xxvi. 52.-2.
ch. xi.

^oZqIdZ,
S.

John

viii.

21,
1

24.— 1.
ix,

ZqIdJ,
Part.

16

Inf AIqLD,
»fec.
:

Matt. xv. 4;
is

Cor.
i I

15

D^,

ver, 49, below,

— another form
24;
S.

L

V), witli the signification of part. Peil, or a verbal adjective,
xi.

Dead, Hebr.
44, 46,

4.— Fem. "|Li^,
masc.
>A
.

S.

John

xii.

Mark

ix,

48.— PI.

V>
36,

1

Cor. xv. 22:

— coalescing with
.

-JL»a, __l_»A-klD,
ticipial

Rom,

viii.

&c

Part, Peil (used as a par-

noun) A-lId, Acts xx.
;

9, &c.

— Def

]A

Vn

S.

John

xi.

39,

44

see note, ch.

ii.

22, above.
|J,

Doriv. jZo>.Q_LiD, noun fem. dcf. Jlortaliti/, with

Tmmor-

:

S.

JOHN

IV. 47—51.

99
The dying,

Ver. 47.

tality, 1 Cor.

xv. 53, 54.
aff.

")2.oA-tlD,
v.

noun

fern. def.

mortality, with

2 Qov.
ii.

4;

aff.

pleon. ch. iv. 10.

Heb.
48.

ni;^:,

Gen.

17.
PI. def. of ]}iD5Z,
S.

jZ'^jZ,

loonders — ripara —

noun
S.

fern,

A

ivonder,

prodigy.— Def. ^ZjoSdjZ^
PI.

Matt. xxi. 42;

Mark

xii.

11.—

yf^yl. — P. -^y

(in

Ethpael only), Wondered.
See note,

49.

Za.Kj,
ch.

comedown
i.

KaTd/3r]6t

—Im-perat. oi Lji^, Descended.
(ch. xxi. 18),

32.

|j.X^,

the child

—TO

TraiStov

— Def. of |l^
With
aff.

noun masc.
Matt,
]
»

An
1

infant, child,
.-».-».^.4>

young man.
S.
.

rn

»

,\ ^

,

S.

viii,

3

^^^- 6> 8:

Luke

vii. 7.

Fern, form
ix. 24, 25,

V

|^

,

A

girl,

maid, damsel, Def. ^A

\^

S.

Matt.

&c.—PI.

masc.

^'S(^,
fern.

1

Cor. xiv. 20,
1

^;\^,

Tim.

v.

&c.— Def. Yi^j, S. John xxi. 5.— PI. 2, 11, 14; Tit. ii. 4.— Of form part. Peil

of|J_^,

Was fresh,

recent.

Heb. n7tD)
Also
51. ^StD, the

:

A young
same;
PI.

animal, lamb,

1

Sam.

vii.

9; Isa. Ixv. 25.

D^xSl2
T
;

for

wh"^, -T
:

Isa. xl. 11.

wiOIQAjI, they met him
VJjj,

d.TrrjVTr)(Tav

avnZ

—Pret.
13

3. pi.
aff.

(with

aff.)

of

Met, happened,
3. fern.
2. pi.

hefel.

Pret.

3. sing,
aff.

with

Acts

viii.

27;

X.

25.— Pret.

Aljf, with

otA:^>V> S.
Inf.

John

xi.

30

Put. VXojU,
xiv. 31

^5lZ", Eph.
Acts xx.
22.

vi.

Vi^linX, S.

Luke

Part.

Vi3]',

v-»010;*^CY)0,

and they
7 7

told

him

— Gr.
3.

koX aTTT^yyeiXav

—-Pad pret.

3. pi.

(with

aff.)

of ^^ICD, Thought, supposed, hoped.
x. 36, ifec).

Pa. i^^rn (Acts
hoped, S.
S.
iv.

Announced, brought news ;
sing.

trusted,

John
xvi.
pi.

v.

45.

— Pret.
S.

fem. /.j^lCD, ch. xx. 18;
aff.

Mark

10.— 1.

sing.

Z;AcD, with
John
i.

1

Cor. xv.

1,

2; Gal.
i.

13.— 2.

^7 .Ar^
aff.
J,

v.
8.

45.— 1.
1.

pi.

^-nm,

Eph.

12.

Put. ;-ClCQJ, with
tkc.

Gal.

siug.

^Aco], Pom.

i.

15,
[A.

7

3.

pi.

^;,ami,
S. Pel.
ii.

S.
9.

Matt.
1.
111.

xii.

21;

Horn. xv. 12.

2.

^i^ZiCoZ,

1

.-nrnJ, Acts x\i. 10

luipcrat.

100
r

S.

JOHN
60.
iv.

IV. 51, 52.

r

Ver. 51.

-r^SD, S.

Luke
S.
7

ix.


18

PI.

0'^£D,

1

S.

Pet.

i.

13
ii.

Inf.

OfAmkA,
.0

Luke Rom.
ix. 6:

Part. .-nrnV), S.
19.

Luke
7

10:—
John
Acts
7

Fern.
V,

(;'-^m^n^
S.

viii.

— PL
Rom.

T
7
7

masc. __.j.mrDiD,
I
7

S.

39;

Luke

—coalescing with
7 7

^-3->^) —l-i^JCiCDiD,
x. 15.

xiii.

32,

«tc.

constr.
1

.••«^mV>^
iii.

e

PI. fern.

^;nmV),
civ.

Acts xxvi. 7;

S. Pet.

5.

Heb.
cxix. 166.
52.
(^

Pi.

^^^,

Waited for,

hoiyed,

Ruth

i.

13; Ps.

27;

M*^?

>

*^ what (hour, or time)

?

—Interrog. pron. masc. with prefixed
#

preposition,

and

5

introducing the question.
T-qv

hA)

iini^t

hour

— Gr.

of

p

time, opportunity.
1,
P t

wpav — Def. of — ^,^ ^^0:0,

,A,

noun masc. Time, point

at every time, always, S.
S.

Luke

xviii.
7

5. *

The words

are joined,

John

vii.

6.

— Constr.
year.
PI.

\\JSUt

r^, in the time of the morning, early in the morning, Gr.
V. 21.

vVo Tov opdpov, Acts
Chald.

PI. def. ]j,-L, 1 Thess. v.
s])ecially

1.

VT^,

def.

{<i1J^, Time, and

a

Vy^V.^ ^^^- "• ^'

^^- ^^'>

^^-

^"^'

^^-

^^n\

.../

]

J

he was

made

whole, became well
pret. 3. sing, of

—Gr.

Kofjuporepov to-^c,

began

to

amend.

— Ethpeel
5

i<l\>j.

Was

strong, robust;
17.

aX^o

Dreamed.— Fvii. isOoX^KJ,
Heb. 07(1 —
T

3. pi.

,nV)\K»J, Acts
4.

ii.

Was

strong, sound,

Job xxxix.

Dreamed, Gen.

xxxvii.

5, ikc.

Ethpe.

Was made
xiii.

whole,

convalescent.

— Pret.
fern.

3.
.

sing.

fern.

'aC^\JJ]" Rev.
S.

12
sing.

Put.

U))\^Lj,
S.

iV)Sk>2X',

Mark

V.

23.-2.
S.

Uil^LI^,
Part.

John

v.

6.-3.
v.

pi.

^oLq^^Aj,
PI. masc.

Mark

xvi. 18
S.

UlSi.j^^,

S.

John

4.—

^.C^V^AVn

Matt. xv. 31; Acts

v. 16.

..

1

NV)/

j

,

yesterday

;^^£s

— Adverb of time.
4;

^1d2.|

,

Hebr.
1

xiii. 8.

Compare Heb.

^i/!:^^^, Ps. xc.

Sto^^,
v. 8,

Sam.

x.
viii.

11;
9.

Sl^nX,
~
-

Isa.
7
*~),

XXX.

33,— Also h)^J^, Exod.

14;

Job

7

V^n a

at seven hoars, at the seventh

hour

— wpav

£/38o/i»;i'

S.

JOHN

IV. 52—54.

V.

2.

101

V

Ver. 52.

^*^ *; card. numb.
34.

fern, (for
i.

Ordinal).

Masc.

.07 (V''^

_>^ S.

Matt. xv.

See note,

ch.

39,
v.

Heb.
&c.

y!l2J^,

Gen.

7,

&c.,

H'j^^p, niasc.
iii.

Numb,

xxiii.

1,

|A-»|» the

— Chald. fever —

ny!3SJ^> masc.
o Trupcro's

Dan,

19, &c.

—Noun

fern. def.

— so always pointed, though

the more regular form would seem to be |A^].

Compare Heb, ^^,Jlre.
7

I

53.

...^,jO, Transl.

And

his father

knew

that this took place in that

hoar

in lohich &c.
54r.

—jZjZj

\L\, the miracle that (is) two,

the second miracle

— Bivrepov

crrj/xeLov

— See note,

ch.

iii.

4;

and

vi. 7,

below.

CHAPTER
7

V.

[The connnon

prefixes, as
,

*^,

?,

O, O, &c. will not hereafter be noticed,

unless necessary.]

2.

"jZ^Oj, a place

— Def. of poj
them in
def.

(ch. x. 1,
S.

xx.

7, «tc.),

noun fem. A
;

place.

— POJ
S.

[OOpd, in divers places,
xxi. 11,

Matt. xxiv. 7
Phil.
ii.

S.

Mark

xiii.

8;

Luke

— Constr,
"lAlioj,
•X

AoOj,

16.

(Transl.

That ye

may

he to

the place

of salvation,
S.

to

my glory
S.

in the day of
xiv. 7.

Christ.)— Yl.

John

xx. 25;

Luke

Masc. abs. form yO},

S.

Luke

ix. 6.

^AjjOlQiiDj, of washing.
washing,
S.
7

— Gr.

KoXv/x/BrjOpa

— Noun
PI.
def.
'^

fem. def.
»
P
-X

A
7

..

baptism, place for washing.
vii. 8.

(Aj?oV)SV>,
7

Mark

R.

r^^ll,

Immersed, Aph.
it

part.

,V>\V>,
Ixpvcra,

dl£D ]o01 Aj]o,

and

there loere {was) in

— Gr.
25.

having

]c(n Aj] used impersonally, referring to a noun in the

plural.

Compare the French
For ]f£a>j Aj.^,

it

y

a,

and Genu,

c^ gicbt.

see note, S.

Luke

i.

— —

,

102

S.

JOHN

V.

2,

3.

Ver.

2.

^a^SCi], 2)orches—(TTod<:—Fl
noun masc. A porch.

of

Iq-^I

(^h- x.

23; Acts

iii.

11),

Derived from the Greek word in the text.

7

3.

0001

'

^\

-BO

were lying, lay

— Gr.
The

KariKuro
(liciL,

—Part.

pi.

masc. (forming

iraperf. tense)

—agreeing with
v. 15,

a noun of multitude^

—of |Ld5,
.

Cast, laid, threw down.

part. act. (if the

word be coiTectly
0001
i

pointed)

is

used in the sense of the passive

(part. Peil)

V)3,

compare Acts

Or

the passage

may

be translated,

And

in

these (^porches) they laid

down, or used

to lay

down, Lat.

dejicle-

hant.

The use of this verb
,

in Peal is confined to its participles.

Part. act. |Ld5

S.

John

xx. 25, &c.
iii.

—PL masc. coalescing with
John

»

^jo,
xiii.
2.

_J-jJiD5,

S.
-

James

3

Part. Peil P^D), S.
viii.

v.

6:

— Fem.
.

(

Vi>^ S. Matt.

14,

tkc.

PI.

masc.

V>3

Acts

V, 15.
.

Ethpeel

V)t/
\

(Kev.
3.

viii.

8;

xii.

9),

Was

cast,
ii.

cast

out;
1.

yielded himself

to.

— Pret.
i.

pi.

Q_Lio5Z(, Gal.

13.

pi.

,_jib5Zt,
3. pi.

ver. 5
1

Put. ILdjAj, fem. "ilDJZZ, Rev. xviii.

21.—

^oLdjAj,
-

Tim.

4; Tit.

i.

14.
. r
.

Pael

'

^\

17

p
»

7

Imposed upon, deceived; whence

i
f

^:^, noun
xii. 9,

masc. def. The deceiver, the Devil, Gr. d AiajSokos, Rev.
XX.
2.

12;

Heb. nD*l) Cast, threw, Exod. xv. 1,21.
T T


T

Pi.

H^*!) Deceived,
T

beguiled. Gen. xxix. 25.
21, 24; vi. 17;
e/ceiTo,

— Chald.
Imposed
iii.

/l/^'H) oi"

t^JS"!) Cast,
;

Dan.

iii.

20,

T

;

Set,

placed thrones, ch.
tribute,

vii.

9

(Compare ^poVos
vii.

Rev.

iv.

2)

:

Ezr.

24

Ithpe.

5^;53'in5^>

^«s
_

cast,
^

Dan.

6, 15.
7

.

P

7
)

I^V

a midtitude

—ttX^^os— Def.

of
»

A

people, midtitude.

PI.
«fec.

VnV>v

..7

^;»C1L

(Rom.
«

x.
..

19),
7

noun masc.
the

def

(LoSllL,

nations,

Gentiles, S.

John

xii.

20,

Heb.

DJ^, Peojde, Ps. xviii.
iii.

44.— Chald.
vi.

Dj;,

pi.

V'l2p^_, def.

X*Dpy, Dan.

4, 7,

31;

v.

19;

26;

vii.

14.— R. Heb.

DJ^J^,

Uathered, collected together.
plural the linea occallaas.

In Syr. the second radical has in the

^

:

S.

JOHN

Y.

3,

4.

103

.kiQIDO, and the blind
19, 20), adj. Blind.

—Gr.
&c.

tv</>\o}i/— PI.

clef,

of ILOTD (ch.

ix. 2,

Form
1, 6,

of part. Peil of lloCD, M\is blind.

Def. )lLQflD, ch. ix.

("^

tl

*''j

^^*^ ^^^^'

"Cf^r.

;>(a)Xa3i'

PI. def. of

"^

'

ti

"^

'

(S.

Matt,
S.

xviii.

8),

adj.

Lame.

Form

of part. Peil.

— Def.

]rD. j... iL.>s> ,

INIavk

ix. 45.

The same
.Cu,
^/te

as

;

»

.i

•f^ S.

Matt.

xi. 5.

withered

— Gr.
-

ir)piZv

— PL

def.

of ^.^-i-Cl., adj. Brt/.
(

Form
xxiii.

of part. Peil of

^

*~^

- ,

TT'«s dri/.

— Def.

>

*~i

i

,

S.

Luke
i

31.— Fera. ]«
xi. 29.

"^
>

'^

S.

Matf.

xii. 10,

ike— Def.

]^6

m

n'.,

Hebr.

Heb.

^2^ • T
7

ZJry,

Job

xiii,

25.— ^y, only
T i.

in fem. HK^S*, T
T

^'^''^

dri/ land, as

opposed to

sea,

Gen.

9; Exod.

xiv. 16.
iK^exofievfav

7

-5

7

OOOn -_i.^ICQLD0, and they
part. pi.
TC

loere

vxdting for

— Gr.

—Pael
Mark

7

«_juIlED,

(forming imperf. teuse) of J^ro (Peal not used), Pa. I 7 ^^ Waited, awaited, expected, hoped for.- Pret. 3. pi. Q_».£lCD,
:

Acts xxviii. 6 Hebr. xi.35
XV. 43, &c.
:

Fut. "i^£CU

Part. |£imV), S.

— Fem.
.

(

.

'~>m<<o
S.

Eom.

viii. 19.

Pi. masc. coalescing
vii.

with ^J_K», ^1 with ^Aj1,
1

omV>
i.

Matt.

xi.

3; S.

Luke

19, 20,

«fec.

Thess.

10.
def.

P»0]-^, the moving


,

T-qv KLvrjcnv

a
7,

troubling, quaking,
(fee.

— Noun masc. of the — def
earth.
PI.

Motion, commotion,
p^Ol, S. Matt. xxiv.

R.

VJOl

V^l

,

^Yas agitated^ trembled.
Isa. xx\dii. 19.

Heb. nyiT? Terror, vexation,
7
7

7

4.

_Ol

_0].£;i,

from

time to time, at a certain season
iii.

— Gr.

/cara Kaipov

See note, ch.

4.

|001 Vi-i^iO, troubled

iTapacrcre

—Aphel
^](

part, (forming imperf. tense)
(ch. xi.

of VSOl, ^1, Trembled. shook, stirred
2.

Aph.

33), Afoved, troubled,

np;

— beckoned with
48.

the hand.

Acts

xxi. 40.
5

— Pret.
and
all".

sing.

Al^]]\ Acts xxi. 38

Fut.

M^p, with pref
xvii.
1
."

pron. S.

Luke

vi.

Inf.

ai^^kl^, Acts

— —

104

S.

JOHN

V.

4—7.

Ver.

4.

5 Aid

_So, after

/xctu

l^P, disease — Gr.

voarjfjiaTL

— Compound preposition. See note, —Def. »^p Matt. 23;
of
(S.
iv.

cli.

i.

15.

x. 1),

noun

masc. Sickness, disease, j)ain; affections, motions to

sin.

f >.

SV? ^^P,
7

disorder of the bowels, bloody flux, Gr. Suo-evTcpia, Acts xxviii.
PI.

8.

-l£]^,
iii.

S.
E..

Matt.

ix.

35.— Def.

\i^]^,

Rom.
also

i.

26;

vii.

5;

Col.

5.

kIDp, Was in pain.
2.

Whence

P-Op,

adj.

Painful, Rev. xvi.

Heb.

]3ti^3,

PaiH,

5'He/',

Job

ii.

13; xvi. 6; Isa. Ixv. 14.

Transl. Every disease he
5.

had

loas healed.

_jAXZ,

thirty

—Numeral,

of com. gender.
v.

Heb.

W^b\^,

Ge«-

16.— ChalJ. ^nSn, Dan.
Gr. TpiaKovraoKrw)

vi. 8, 13.

— —

P-LdZ, eight {Thirty and
"

eight,

— Card,

numeral

fern.— Masc. \Li1jdL, ch. xx. 26.

Heb. r\'^pp, fem. Judg.

iii.

8.

pcnJCino,
iv.

i/i

the infirmity

Iv

T-fj

aaoeveLo.

— Def. of

^JOD

(S.

Matt.

23;

X. 1),

noun masc.

A

disease, affecting the

whole body, as

*^|,D a part or

member
Matt.

only.

PI. _..kJ01>Q.O, S. Matt, ix. 35.

Def.

POIJOD,

S.

iv. 24,

&c.

— R. cn^,

Was sick.

See note,

ch. iv. 46.

6

|J3T-l.

Transl.

This (man) Jesus saw lying

(or, tluit
(lit.

he ivas laid),

and knew

that he

had long time
rjSrj

been thus

that he

had long

.017
time,
7.

Gr.

on
.

-Kokvv

^povov ex*')
. >

^*^^^

said

to

him, &c.
.pron.

(OT-jj^ 001,

iJie

impotent

man — o

aaBevQv

—The demonstr.
etc.

here

represents the Gr. Article^

— —

^~i

(

,

truly, yea, indeed.

Particle of asseveration.

Tiansl.

Yea,

my

Lord, but I have no man,
(sc.
(

nV

>

^'-Z|2,

when

they

«

V>) have been troubled
VJ},

— Gr. orav Tapa)(9y
agitated.

(to vZoip)

— Ethpeel
2. sing.

pret. 3. pi. of VJOl

Was

Peal pret.

fem. »-jAi»l (^jAi^l, Par. and Lond. Polygl.),
1.

Acts
Acts

xii.
ii.

15

Fut. VXOp,
Part. Peil

sing. \JOl"f,
pi.

Acts

ii.

25

Inf. vj]1d,
ii.

25

^1,

mnsc. ^j.1-.1, 2 S. Pet.

10.

S.

JOHN
Matt.

V.

7.

105

Ver.

7.

Ethpe. \LilZZf
shaken, troubled.
xxvii. 51

(S.

ii.

3;

Acts

iv.

31),

Was moved,

Pret. 3. sing. fern. Ai.jlZ.Z.|, S. Matt. xxi. 10;
fern.

Fut. MjIZAj,
S.

^^l^A^H, Hebr.
pi.

vi.

19.— 3.

pi.

^i^iZAj,
2 Thess.
ii.

Matt. xxiv. 29,

&c.— 2.

^OL^lZZ", Acts xx. 10;
xi.

2

Part. ^i^lZAk^, S. Matt.
][j,

7; S.

Luke

vii.

24:—
xii.

Fem. P^jIZAId
28.

which cannot he moved, Gr. daaXivrov, Heb.
iIZALo, S.

PI. masc.
^^ 1
I

^^..^.S

Luke

xxiv. 38:

— coalescing with

,_Lk.,
Col.
i.

\J[LL\£}, Actsxvii.
feni.

28;— witli ^Aj], ^A.»J^lZZ\lL,
1

23.— PL

^{ZAk?,
and

S.

Pet.

iii.

6.

Pa. redupl. ViV^l, Disturbed,

tervijied,

whence Ethpa.
I pi.

VXp^jll,
7
-Ji

Was
Eph.

disturbed, tossed to
iv. 14.
y!)!, pret.

fro.

Pax't.

masc. _.»JiV^5].LD,

Heb.

J^T,

Esth.

v.

9.— Fut. y^,
ii.

pi. Eccles. xii.

3.—

Pi. redupl. yT^T, part. ^T^T)^,

Habak
vi. 27.

7.— Chald.

j;?)!,

part. pi.

[^yXT (Keri pj;^) Dan.

v.

19;

-R

7
1

.

.

1

.

V>;

^

that he

may put me
aff.)

to j)ut

me —lva...f3(xK\ri

fX€

Aphel

fut. 3. sing,
X ,.7

(with

of p^DJ, Cast.

Aph.
3.

._fclD)| (ch. viL 30, 44, &c.). Cast, threw, placed.

Pi'et.

sing. fem. AILdj]', S.

Matt. xxvi. 12,
S.

(tc— 1.

sing.

A^J^jf,
ikc._

Acts xxvi.
Fut. "isL^i,
1.

10.
S.

3.

pi.

Q_».S2)3],

John

xix. 24; xxi. G,
S.

Mark

iv.

26.-2.
34;
S.

sing.

llLjZ,
xii.

Matt. xxv.
pi.

27.—

sing, ^k))'!', S.

Matt.

x.

Luke
S.

49,

51.— 3.

^oLd^J,

S.
S.

Matt.

xiii.

42,

&c.— 2.
John
7

pi.

^oiDjZ'
S.

Matt.

vii.

G.— 1.
27;
S.

pi.

ji^J,
iv.

Mark

vii.

27
S.

Imperat. "i^jf,
xxi.

Matt.

xvii.

Luke

9.—PI.

aSD5f,

6._Inf.

Q.^;ln\,
Rev.

S. Matt. xv. 2G.
9,

Ethtaphal ,_i.^5ZZ'|,
t;

Was

cast forth,

xii.

kc.

— Pret.

,

.

« «»i

3. pi. Q„AiiD3Z.Z.|,

same

verse.
so long as, S. Matt. xxvi.
jires.

7

yi,

While
36.

^

_

— Gr.

5"

Iv

Until, 1

— Conjunction, Whilst, Tim. 13 — followed by a
w
iv.
:

tense or participle.
xxiv.
1,

Preposition, During, as S.
darkness, while yet dark,

John xx.

1; S.

Luke

DuriiKj

fullowetl by a noun.

w.

c.

14

106
Ver.

S.

JOHN

V. 7—10.

7.

Heb.
xlvi.

*7^, conjunct. While, 1

Sam.

xiv. 19.

Prcpos. UntOfFs.
'•'n,

10.

— Chald.
—tov
Mark

IJ^, conjunct, followed
iv. 5,

by

Dan.
7

iv.

30;

vi 25;
p

vii.

22.—Prepos. Dan.

14;

vi. 8, 1.3;

Ezr. v. IG.

7

8.

yt£D'f^,

tht/

bed

KpafS/Sarov aov

—Noun
S.

with

affix.

ȣD^, noun
etc.— PI.
def.

fern.

A

bed,
S.

couch.— Def.
vi.

]lX)^l,
vii.

Matt.
v. 15.

ix.

2,

12^-;^,

55;

4:

Acts

Heb. b^J^,
9.

^

bed, Ps. vi. 7.

cnZil^ -^j
evOews
7
7
0^

lit.

S071

of his hour:
i.

—in
the

that very hour, immediateli/—

— See

note, ch.
the

12.

•^

PsDdj 001 OOn,

same day, or on

same day

— Gr.

Ikuvti

rfj i^fiifja


Similarly, in tbe plur.

^01
,

(ALOO >.0 ^OOTiD, in
iii.

those days,

Gr. iv

Tot's T^fxipai's eKeiVat?, S. -P .. P 7

Matt.

1.

Note, that Z.001
l^iTl^, the

refei's to

(An m
The
S.

as in the Gr.

Sabbath— o-d/3j3aTov— Bel
The week.

of

]L1

(S.

.John xx.

1, 19, .tc.)

noun

fern.

def. state is

used to express the Sabbath

day, everywhere except

Luke

xviii. 12,

where

it

means a week:

— whereas the
Acts XX. 7;
Sabbath.
i.

abs.

form means a
2.

tveek

everywhere in the Gospels,
xiii.

1

Cor. xvi.

—In

Acts

27;

xviii.

4

it is

the

21; S.

^ Luke iv.^31; Acts
riSt^',

PI.

" '^ -^ Sabbaths,

Acts xv.

21.
ii.

— Def. ]n
16.

», S.

Mark

xvii. 2; Col.

Heb.
Gen.
10.
.

The Sabbath, Exod. xx.

8.

R

Jl^tJ^, Jiested, see

ii.

2, S.

»

rDJZj?
7

OOlA,
_

to him, that vjas

p
-•31
,
(

cured
^ "7

—tw

reOepaTriVfJievo)

— Ethpaal
cured.

pret. 3. sing, of [td

Pa.

-

«

rn
j

,

Healed.
ix. 22,

Ethpa.
etc.— 3.

Was
pi.


pi.

Pret.
S.

3. sing.

fem.

AlrojZf,

S.

Matt.

Q_um]Zf,

Matt. xiv.
1

36;— Fern. Jj^UT,
S.

S.

Luke
S.

viii.

2.-2.
viii.

^Aj^Ut,
S.

Pet.

ii.

24

Fut. "i^l/^J,
S.

Matt.
pi.

8;

Luke

vii.

7:— Fem. "i^UZ
18.
S.

Luke

viii.

43.-3.

^oTdIAj,
16
Inf.

S.

Luke

vi.

2.

pi.

,a£DUT,
15
Part.

S.

James

v.

Q.j^]2\kA,
S.

Luke

V.

"IldIZvId,

fem. "|1£d12^,
vi.

Matt.
14.

ix.

21.— PI.

masc. ,-*.Qd1^, S.

Mark

56;

S.

Luke

xiii.

S.

JOHN

V. 10—14.

107
One who
power, a
Gr.

Ver. 10.

-5

^ *;

lavxfvl

— Gr. li^ari—Noun masc.
(

lias

lord, 2)rince.
i^ovcriav c^w,

So ]j
cli.

^jl-1^ / am
,

poxoerful,

I have power,

x. 18.

Also, Permitted, lawful.

— Def.

j-^-k.!^:^*,

a

potentate, Gr. Swao-ri^s,

Acts

viii.

27.

—Fern.

j^i.\a,

1

Cor.

vii.

4.— PI.

masc.

_j.4^i,
A

S.

Matt. xx.

25.— R.

4^^,

Was

p)owerful.

Heb. ^^^Si^,
Powerful, Dan.
followed by
11.

ruler, governor,

Gen.
eh.

xlii.
ii.

6.

Chald. t0^7^*>

ii.

10,

&lc.

A prince,

15, &c,

Empowered,

7

with an

infin. Ezr. vii. 24.

jlQ-»_i>j, sound, whole
icell,

vyir]

—Def.
,

nf

So

.

\

^

>

(ver. 14), adj. Safe,

sound.

—J>Q_i.^jj <^0<J\
I

farewell, Gr.

(.ppaycro.

Acts

xxiii. 30.
ii.

—Fern. ]0^>\. >/s Mark
PI. masc.
ix. 1

v.

34.— Def. ^AkijA^,
X

Tit.

7.—

,-.V)i\>^,

Tit.

i.

13;

ii.

2.— Def.

1v>'.'\k>, S. Matt.

12;

S.
vi.

Mark

if.

17; S.
i.

Luke

v.

31.— PI.

fern. def.

]Akll\>^,

Tim.

3; 2 Tim.

13.— Form
«

of part. Peil of :>q\>^.
fern. def.

Was

strong ; wlience also (/nVn
iii.

\

"-'^

noun

Soundness, Acts

16.
'

13.

1

001

'

^

/]; had

concealed
e^eVevo-ev-

Himself conveyed Himself aioay, or

simply departed

— Etlipeel

pret. 3. sing, (foi'ming plu-

perf. tense) of P-ii, Reclined, sat at table; also, Retired,

hid

oneself.

— Ethpe.

Was

concealed or concecded himself.

—The word occurs
from a

here only in the N. T.
(-i_]Q_<i,

— From
vi. 8.

it is

derived

noun masc.

def. Slander, evil report, as arising

concealed source, 2 Cor.

|jB_jLllo, in the croiod

gation, multitude.

— 1.«_1^, —

noun masc.
(-a-J-O,

def.
vi.

A
2,

concourse, congre&c.

PI. def.

ch.

— R.

.

1

n,

Assembled.
Transl.

In

the great multitude that

was in

thai place.

— Gr.

u)(\ov

0^'TOS £V TO) TOTTW.
y
9

14.

—^iil
i.

5Ai2, after a time, afterwards
15;
iii.

— Gr.

/xera raura.

See notes, ch.

4.

108

S.

JOHN

V. 14—16.

Vcr. 14.

(-4-»^^

U *^0L,

sin not again, sin
i.

no more

ixrjKeTi

d/xaprave


1.

*^0L,

see note, ch.

21.
2, 3),

Fut.

2. sing, (foi'

imperat. in proliibi-

tion) of ]-^uK»
sing.

(cli. ix.

Sinned, erred, v)ent astray.
S.

Pret.

A

.

^
pi.

^.^ S.

Matt, xxvii. 4;

Luke
pi.

xv. 18, 21; Acts xxv.

10.— 3.
1 S.

Q-ftwKJ,
i.

Rom.

ii.

12,

&c.— 1.
S.

^> V>, Rom.
3.-3.
pi.
pi.

iii.

25;

John
vi.

10

Fut. 1|ukJ,
pi.

Luke

xvii.

^O-^ukO,

Hebr.

6.-2.
15

^O^JZ,

1

Cor. xv. 34,
1

&c.— 1.
9

]i^,

Rom.
1

vi.

Inf.

]'|N..V»\,

S.

John

iii.

Part.

]^,

Cor.

vi. 18,

(fcc— Fem.
1

]^-^,
v.

ch. vii.

28.— PI.

masc.

^^-4^,

1

Tim.

V.

20;

S.

John

16.

Heb. 5^bn, Missed

the

mark, sinned. Gen. xx.

6, 9,

&c.


15.

.... iO,lD, Transl. Something loorse than before

— Gr.
and

x^'pov ti
.

— Com-

parative degree expressed
(JllJa_iL>o 1 5
,

by the

adjective followed by

V^

ivhich

had made him

ivhole


,

o TroiT^cras avTov vyay
aff.

—Aphel
sing.) of

pret. 3. sing,

(with pref. relat. pronoun,

3.

^>Q-^>^,

Was sound.
sing.
S.

—Apli. ^_^>^|
ch.
vii.
v.

Made sound,
23
Part.

restored to health.

Pret.

1.

AVn\.>]^

^\ K>i^,

fem.

(IqAj^Ld,

James

15.
to recover, Isa. xxxviii. 16.
pi.

Heb. Hiph. D^ /Hrij Made
IG.

0001
~

'

'^ y'

,

they persecuted
^.

— IVl^kqv— Part.
1

masc. (forming im-

perf. tense) of s£i'ih ,Folloioed after, i^ersecuted, impelled. sing.

— Pret.
S.

1.

Asjj, Acts
Fut.

xxii. 4;

Coi\ xv.

9.

3.

pi.

XV. 20

.^Ojp,
S.

3. pi.

^O^JrJ)
34

ch. XV.

20;

Q^Jj, S. Luke

John

xi. 49.


11

2. pi.

^OSjrl,

Matt,

xxiii.

Lif.

c2)j^kA, Acts xxvi.

Part. k£)55, Acts
*.2)0)5,

viii. 3,

&c.

—^From this verb are derived
1

noun masc. A

2}e'>'secuior,

Tim.

i.

13.

Def. [^0)9,

Phil.

iii.

6.— PI. ^_i^Oj),
noun fem.
11.

with

aff.

Rom.

xii. 14.

"|2.Q.a_»55,
i.

def. Persecution.

With

affixes,

2 Thess.

4; 2 Tim.

iii.

Heb. &Tl, Pursued,

Ps. xxiii. 6; xxxv.
dTTOKTui-at

3.

Cl^
"

5'"'^
J

^'^

^^"!l

dlim—avTov

— (luf

with
3.

aff.

pron.) of

'^J^

(S.

Luke

XV. 27), Killed, destroyed.—'Pret.

sing.

A^^ID,

S.

JOHN

V. 16—18.

100

Ver. 16.

Acts
S.

vii.

28.-3.

pi.

aL.|^,
pi.

ver. 52;

1

Thess.

ii.

15:— with
35

aff.

Matt. xxi. 35,
S.

&c.— 2.
X.

^Al^^,
^Cl^jdI.,
pi.

S.

Matt,

xxiii.

Fut.

^O^i^,
aff.

John
xvi.

10: S. Matt. v. 21; Acts xvi.
sing.
S.

27;—with
21, (fee— 1.

S.

John

2.-2.
ii.

Matt.

v.

sing.
affix,

^cL^rsT, Rev.
S.

23.-3.
xii.

^oX^nJ,

ch. ix. 5,

15;—with
with
S.
aff.

John

xi.

53;

10,

etc.

1.

pi.

^o^nj,
alia^O,
&c

S.

Matt. xxi. 38, &c

XV. 23

Imperat.
S.

^O^r),
vii.

pi.

Luke
x.

Inf.

^nV>\,
John
S,

John
20;

25; xviii. 31; S. Matt.
37, 40,
5.

28:— with
S.

affixes, S.

vii.

viii.

Part,

^^^n,
constr.

John

viii.

22,

44;

Luke

xii.

— Fern.
S.

]l4^,
Matt,

\lsu L\.^,
S.

thou that

killest the

Prophets,
S.

xxiii.

37;

Luke

xiii.

34.—PI.

masc.

^.N|N^,
S.

Matt.

x. 28,
4.

(fee

Part.

Peil ^\-»^£), pi. masc.

jA^^^,
Peil

Matt. xxii.

Heb.
':'Dj^,

'^^pp, KilUcl, Ps. cxxxix.
V.

19.— Chald. 7t3p,
^h. v.

part. act.

Dan.
the

19.— Part.

h^'W^

30;

vii.

\\.

18.

Zu IfjAj,

more

—fxaXXov—Adverb, More, more
^
7

especially, the rather,

chiefl.y.

Formed from ^jAj, Abundant. R.
onli/

5A_.,
1

Abounded,
by

loas over.

jOjoAr:),

iJ.6vov

—Adverb,
viii.
7

Onli/, alone, separately,

itself (S.

Luke

xxiv. 12).

positions

s^

— Compounded and \ It
as in ch.

of JOjo, unity,

aud the two prewithout
it

occurs,
9,
-x

though
below.

less frequently,

the

first prefix,

,7

In either case

takes

affixes of the plural, as
vi. 15, (fee:
7
'X

^Cn05Q_KK_lO,

alone, by Himself, S.

John

(TUja-KKX, Cn._.5Q_KKXo, by

.7

herself, ch. viii. 9; xii.

24:

j^j5Q_k>A£:), Thov, only, ch. xvii. 3; S.
S.

Luke

xxiv. 18.

w.5aj^\.£D, / alone,
by themselves, apart,
7
-x

John
Matt.

viii.

16; xvi. 32, .00T_i5Q_kkXo,

.7

S.

xvii. 1: S.

Mark
iii.

iv.

10;

ix. 28.

^?Q-K».\n,

alone by ourselves, 1 Thess.

L


]o(J\

]-f.M

,

He

ivas breaking,

had broken
i.

— iXvc— Part, (forming imperf.

tense) of ]^^, see note, ch.

27.

....

s£i\

(Jj

,

Transl.

But

also beeav^e concerning (or, in respect of)

God,

He had

said that

He was His

FatJier.

110

S.

JOHN

V. 18-20.

Ver. 18,

JOOI
iroLwv

|ri

»V)n

and made {Himself) equal

— Gr.
,

lo-ov

(eavrov)

—Aphel

part,

(forming imperf. tense) of |Q-«

Was

xcorthy.

See note, ch.
19.
i-Ciii
-

i.

23.

....

n » V) Pj cannot do

— ov Swarat

Troteti'

— See
,

note, ch.

i.

46.

CnZciIJl, likewise
*"
.

— o/xoiws
pi.

^0JD\, a particle always used with
*^

affixes.
. .

It

is

of the form

constr. of a

noun

fern,

in

O

.

,

signifying

quality or likeness.
the law, lawfully,
xiii, 5:

—Used as a
1

subst.

(.CDQLqJj OlZ-ClOJ,
like

form of

Tim.

i.

8.

— ^(JlZ.a2(,
S.

them, S. Lvike

^ai:Z.a2|, like
iv. 15.

unto you,

John

viii.

55;

— ^ODJ,

like

us,

Hebr.

20.

i>Qj^5, loving, loveth
sing.

— ^tXci —Part, of AV)...i Hebr. — John — oIQjo?,
i.

^>Clu^y ,

Loved dearly.

Pret.

2.

9.

1. sing.
2.

AlQ.»o5,

Rom.

ix.

13.— 3.
ch.

pi.

S.

xii.

43.

pi.

^Z\Lclk»?, with

aff.

xvi.

27

Put. Ull>i2, S. Matt.
sing.

vi.

24,

&c.:— with

aff.

S.

John

xiv.

23.-2.
Rev.
iii.
iii.

UlL'^L,

S.

Matt. xxii. 37, 39,

&c.— 1.
pi.

sing.

UlLh'(,

19;— with

aff. S.

John
ii.

xiv.

21.— 3.

^ V>
John

k^-J, 1

Tim.

8:

— Fern.
iii.

_LJDjo;J, Tit.
29.
.

4

Part. def. used as a noun, see
_.

note, ch.
&c.

—Part,
Vn

pi.

masc.
iii.

>,V)>o3, S.

xiv. 15, 28,

— Constr.

.

>fS^ 2

Tim.

2, 4.

Heb. DPl^) Loved, ~
T

Ps. xviii. 2.
tJiese

1

\rn

Vo ^;_,Aj50, and (works) which are greater than
(epya)

— Gr.
iii.

Koi fiu^ova TovTwv

PI.

masc. of

;_»A_i

(cli.

X.

10), adj.
ch.

Excellent
19. 16,

— Used as

an adv. Much, abundantly, see note,

— Comparative
7,

expressed by -.V).
S.

—Def.

|^->ll»,

S.

Matt.

ix.

&c.— Fem. I^AI,
etc.—PI.
7

Matt.

vi.

25,
vii.

&c.— Def."l2j>.Al,
31.— Def. TI-^AJ,

2 Cor.

ii.

fern.

,(,uAI, S.

John

2 Cor.

xi. 28.

— R. 5Aj, Abounded.
I
ii.

Chald. -l^nV Excellent, Dan.
adverbially, ch.
iii.

31, kc.

Fem. ni^fl\ "scd

22;

vii. 7, 19. is

N. B.

This clause, cn.A .... —j^jAjJO,
is

wanting in the Vienna

Ed. but

restored to the text by Tremellius from another

MS.

S.

JOHN

V. 21—24.

Ill

Ver. 21.

p~k1o, quidcening, quickeneth
Lived.
Pret.

^woTrotct

— Aphel
ix.

part, of
life to,

|.i..Kt,

Aph.

k_».jo|, (S.

Matt, xxvii. 42, &c.) Gave
aff. S.

saved.
x. 52,
aff.

3. sing. fern.

'tL^'\, with
S.

Matt.
:

22;

S.

Mark

&c

Fut.
ii.

\Z1,
14.
.

Matt. xvi. 25, &c.
|>jZ,
7

Fern.

^\Z]1, with
.

S.

James
IG;

2. sing.

1

Tim.

iv.
1.

IG; and (>^|Z, 1 Cor.
« .7
-x

vii.

K

. .7

fem.

>, 1

i

i^\L,
.7

same

verse.

7

sing.

\.t^\,

S.
P «

John
7
.

xii.

«

47.— Imperat.
vii.

\^\,
Q,>

S.

Lnke
S.

xxiii,

47

Inf.

n

.

..>jVn\ Part.

Hebr.
fem.

25; and

L}<)\,
vi.

Matt, xxvii.

42,

&c
</*«<

jskLd, S.
all,

John

G3.

— Constr.
11.
vi. 19,

^2

lU_kk1d,

quickeneth

Gr,

tJ

cTuiTrjpios, Tit.

ii.

Heb. Hiph. H^nn, Gen. Dan.
7
7

20.— Chald.

Aph.

part. J^ri/!2,

V. 19.

23.

j_Qj_3, mai/

honour

—-Gr.
7 7

rt/xcScri

(Trarres)

—Pael
to.

7

fut.

3. sing,
7

of ;J2.j,

Was
aff.

heavy.

—Pa. ;0
S.
_
.

>;

G^ave

honour

Pret. 3.
aff.

Acts
7

xxviii. 10

Fut.

3. sing,

with

S.

O^^j, with John xii. 2G
pi.
ii.

7^
17

Imperat. jJHj,
7
i

Matt. xv.

4, &c.

PI. O^Tlj, 1 S. Pet.
rnasc.
.;

Part.

;

O

V)

,

in this verse.
;

—PL
S.

17 Kn n
.

Rom.

xii,

10
S.

Part. pass.

n

7

7
.

V)^ honoured, honourable, used as a noun,
•X -X

Luke

xiv. 8;

— coalescing with
.''.7
\L\
7
»

7

7

OCTI,

O^jJiD,
xv.

is

honourable,

Hebr. Rev.
1

xiii.

4.— Def. l^li^,
19; — Def.

Mark

43.— Fem. I^TlIld,

xxi.
xii.

O

V), ver.

11.^

17

PI.

masc.
4,

>;0
&c.
''">''

y

^,

Cor.

24.— PL
7

fem. def

fZvniiO, Rev. xviL
dull

.7

Aph. ^^OJ,
xxviiL 27.
24.

J/oc/e heavy,

Pret.

3.

pi.

Oj-OOJ, Acts

otA

111.*, has passed,

is passed—wiJi^Tafiip-qKev

—Pael
_

pret. 3. sing, of

]-l_».

Was

changed, changed in mind, deranged.

Pa. Changed his

place, departed.
1 S.

7

Pret.

3. pi.

C1jJ_», Acts
S.

xiv. G.
xiii.


1,

7

7

1. pi. etc.

_JL»_L.»,

John
1

iii.

14

Fut.

P-«_3,

John

1.

sing.

iLi]'
S.

Cor. xiiL 2.-3.

pi.

^^
S.

« y Acts xvi. 39.-2.

pi.

^1

»Z,

Lukex. 7

Imperat. p_»,
S.

John

vii.

3; S. Matt. xvii.

20

Part. JJjlId,

Luke

v.

16

Ethpaal ._fcjAj], Was carried
7

over, carried about, translated,
pi.

Acts

vii.

IG; Hebr.

xi. 5.

— Part,

,-jSLm^D, Eph.

iv.

11.

112

S.

JOHN

V, 24—29.

Ver. 24.

Ilcb.

Pi.

Hi^, Changed,
iv. 13.
ii.

Ps. Ixxxix.

35.— Chald.
Diverse,

Pa. ^^2^,
cli, vii, 7.

Dan.

iii.

28;

Part, pass, feiu.

t{''it^,'l3,


Z.qSd,

Itlipa.
f/ea</i

Dan.

9, Arc.

— Gr.
i.

(Ik)

tov
xi.

Oavdrov

—-Noun

masc.

clef.

PI.

def.

IZdlD, 2 Cor.
Ileb.
26.

10;

23.— P. A^Lo,
ix.

Died.
vii,

ni^,Ps.
ivi

vii.

14;

14, &c.
eV

-Chald. ii\^, Ezr.
i;i

26.

011dqj_Q£d,
I>0QJLO,
2^erson.

Himself

— Gr.

eavTw^Lit.

His Person.

def.

poaJLO (Hebr.
where
this

x. 1),

noun masc. Substance,

being,

—Equivalent
i.

to the Gr. rTTocrracrt?, although in the only

passage (Hebr.

3),

word

is

used of the Divine Person,

the Syr, Translator has rendered
Being.

it

by OlZoA-»j, His Essence,
with
affixes,

It represents, in the

N.

T.,

the reflexive

pronoun

{ipse, ipsa, c&c), as here,

and

ch. vi. 53, &c.,
xi. 17.

and

refers

to things as well as persons, see S.
27.

Luke

Ol^^^IO, and hath given
Apliel pret.
3.

Him

authority

kol i^ovcrMv cSw/cev avTto

sing, (with aff.) of .^Ji^^

(not occurring in Peal in

the N. T.), Bided, had poioer.
to ride.

—Aph.

..^Jl^jj,
aff.

Gave power, caused
ii.

— Pret.
38, 48.

2. sing.

A.^J^.»|, with
Ps. cxix.

Hebr.

7.

Heb. Hiph. b'S^n,
Dan.
.•"
ii.

133.— Chald. Aph.

dScJ^'H,

7

7

_

28.

(v^O*~)?, that are in the graves
prep,

ol Iv tois
7

fii'7][xeL0L<;

— Noun with
7

pi'ef.

. P

and

rel.

pronoun.
7

PI. def. of

;.OD,

def.

(;'nO

(ch. xi. 31),

A
"jA^

grave.

R. ;-O.D, Buried.
xxiii. 9, 20.

Heb. *lip. Gen.
V V
I

29.

>

n\
7
>

to the

resurrection

eis

avdaracnv

— Def. (with
A

pref. prep.)

of (*^

c^

(S.

Luke

ii.

34; xiv. 14), noun fem.

rising up.

R.

^QlD

:>ao. Rose.
-4**

Heb. nD''pj

arising, Lara.

iii.

G3.

]

A » 'Jo .... jArii4, good... evil

— Gr.

ra dyaOd

..to.

<f)avXa
tlie

—In such
is

abstract expressions, the Syr. having no neuter,

fem.

used.

So

(jcn, Gr. TovTo, ver. 28, above.

,

S.

JOHN

V. 30—36.

113

Ver. 30.

^1^,
the

just

StKata

—Adj.

Just, right

—Def.
ii.

]jp

(ch.

vii.

24),
S.

^ being dropped.— PI.
V. 45, &c.

_j_3]£,

Rom.

13.— Def.

\^,
_

Matt.
XV.
3.

PI. fem.

^]5,

Phil. iv.

8.— Def. TAj]5, Rev.

Heb. |5>
35.

Gfen. xlii. 11, &c.

ktr-*?

^^*6

light

d Xv)(yo<i

— Noun
afF.

masc. def.
S.

A

lamp, light

PI. def.

L.'^, Rev. xxi. 23; with

Luke

xii.

35.

— —

«O.A9>, that
flamed.

hums

—burning — Gr.
.

o Kaid/tevos

—Part, of *Q.X5, Burned,
vii. 9.

Put. *0.1i,J

Occurs here only in the N. T.

Heb. Thl, Ps'

vii.

14.— Chald. All, Dan.

^JOloA^Zj,
paal
fut.

that ye should rejoice
2. pi.

to rejoice

—ayaXXiacr^^vai— EthU]},

of

3(71.*^

», Pa. quadriliteral, Lightened

com-

mended,

extolled.

The

triliteral root (to
pi.

which ^^

is

added) exists

in Arabic only.

— Part.
, I

masc.

>^mo

^^

2 Cor. x. 12.
1.

Ethpa.
2 Cor.
vii.

50TOA^
14;
1

Rejoiced, boasted.

— Pret.
1. pi.

sing.
ix.

Z.5oi^Aj»
3,

j

ix.
i.

2.

1.

pi.

^(Tl^A^f,
sing.

ch.

4

Fut.
xi. 18.

5CJl^2\^,

Cor.

29, 31,

&c.— 2.

JCTl^^Z", Rom.

1.

sing.

JOioA^I,

2 Cor. x. 8, &c.

jotjoA.*-^ Rom.
xii.

v.

11; 2 Cor. x. 16
Part.

Inf.

OJCTlIID^kA,
il 17, 23, &c.

2 Cor. xi. 30;

1

JOloAjuiO, Rom.
V. 12,

Pi. masc.

—j,y(n^L»lD,

2 Cor.

&c.

:

—coalescing with —

J-k»,

_JL»5axC2A.aiD, Rom.

V. 2, 3, &c.

Deriv. pOTJDQ_»,
iv. 2,

noun masc.

def. Glory, pride, boasting,

Rom.

iii.

27;

&c.

|j5(TLCl», adj. Proud.

Pi. def.

y'jm
(

«-^

»

^

Rom.

i.

30;

—or
of

]j)(7LCl», 2 Tim.

iii.

2.


36.

(Ai>^j, for a season
. I

— Gr.
Me
x.

Trpds

wpav

1

K>.X^, hath sent
»>»».X.»

/x.c

aTrifnaXKf.

— Or, for —Pret.
3.

the hour, at that time.
3. sing,

(with

aff.)

(Acts

xxiii. 10), Sent, sent

away, took off; stripped of his
fem. A.k>.A.>, S. Matt. xxviL
15:

raiment, S.
19.

Luke
o

30

Pret.

3.

pi.

»- \ *^
7

Acts

xiii.

—with

aff.

S.

Luke

x.

^

w.

c.

15

114
Ver. 36.

S.

JOHN

V. 36—44.

(some regard this as Pael).
pi.

Fufc.
iii.

.

^ .o


Inf.

i

Imperat, .>oCL^^,

ffO

\•

with

aff.

Col.

9

>.>.

\ » V>\
S.

with
iii.

aff.

2 Cor. V. 4

Part. Peil

o^jAj,
xiii.

def.

IL^\^,

John
.

28.

— (Used as a nonn, see
S.

note, eh.

xiii.

16, below.)

PI.

..^

.

Matt,
-''^

xxiii.

37 ;

S.

Luke

34.

— From

this verb are derived
ii.

V »j
Kw
'

nonn masc.
\ •;
X

A

putting off
def.

Constr. Col.

11, &c.

|/o
25, &c.

noun

fern.

A

mission, Aj)ostlesliip, Acts

i.

37.

(n0V»j, His appearance, sJiape


pi.

ctSos

avrov

—Noun with
ii.

aff.


a
E..

10]-»^,

noun masc.

def. (S.
is

Matt, xiv, 26, &c.). Something
def.

seen,

vision.
1v>-»>

Another form

^JO^k*,

poVjs*, Acts

17.

Saw)
Chald.
"ITH,

def.

mVi, Dan.

ii.

19,

&c.:—and Heb. pth,

Ps. Ixxxix. 20.
39.

O^,

search

— cpeware—Imperat.
with
aff.

pi.

of

\^,
i.

Investigated, explored.
thee,

Pret.

3. sing,

y»f^, hath distinguished

Gr. SiaKptvei,
2.

1 Cor. iv.

7.-3.

pi.

oL^,
15

1 S. Pet.

11

Put. "jlriJ,
S,
ii.

pi.

^^j^L, Acts

xxiii.
ii.

Imperat.

•-»^^,
1

John
10.

vii.

52.^

Part, jlii, Rev.

23.— Fern.
,

U^^,

Cor.

Ethpeel w* ^2.")
X^Tai, 1 Cor. xiv. 24.

Was searched

out.

Part.

|^ASd,

Gr.

cXc'y-

v*^t>J|

.-'-MTiVn (pron. m'sabritun), ye think

— SoKciTe—See note,
X

eh.

iv. 51.

i^rct in Pa. more xisually means Announced, or Tr.usted,

as ver. 45, below.

—The Par. and Lond. Polyglotts
is for ever, eternal life

7

i-ead

__.^£iCQiD,

Aphel
40,

part.

V>n\v\^
7

(ju>j, life

which

—Gr.

^wt^'v.

42,

0\OQ_K»,

the love (aff. pleon.)

rqv ayainiv

|.OQ_Ki (ch. xiii. 35, &c.)
V

noun masc. Love,
7
•"

affection, charity.

R. sC^LXt^, Loved.
Trapa aWrjkutv.

7

44,

pj _1d
«

^jo, Lit. one from one,
7
•»

••7

|0T_^

f^j

—one of another— Gr. tov TT^' from one God— Gr.
Trapa

fuovov ©cov.

'

S.

JOHN
(Vn\
pi.
^

V. 45.

VI. 1—5.

115

Ver. 45.

%oLi]
ch. iv. 12.

•;«^rr>

do ye think?

— Gr.

/at}

Sokcitc

— See
«

note,
25),

Part.

(forming pres. tense) of ;jnCD (Acts
also

vii.

Thought,
Pret.
3.

stipposecl,

was of o^nnion ;
.,7
1.

Hoped,

trusted, expected.
7

sing. fern.

/;*^"'>,
pi.

S.

John
S.

xx. 15.
xi.

2.

sing.

Z.;,nfn,

Acts
.•^fri

viii.

20.— 3.
7

O^Aro,
-n

John

13,

31,

&c

Put.

V
29
7

2. pi.

^:«^'y>/

S. Matt. X.

34.—Inf. ;nmV)\, Acta

xvii.

Part. ^ilCD, S.
7

John

xxi. 25, &c.

—PL masc. coalescing
.

I

P

with

—J-K»,

_J_*;XiID,
T

1 Cor. xii. 23.

Heb. inji^, Viewed, ~
Hoped, Dan.
vii.

observed,

Neh.

ii.

13,

15.— Chald.

*]iD,

"I

25.

PI ^.f-^uQlD, /

accuse, will accuse

KaTrjyopija-o}

—Part, (forming
^

pres.

or fut. tense) of ^t^-^-O, Pael quadrilit. verb derived from the

Greek by metathesis of y and
Acts
S.
7

p.
,.;

Fut.

-

u

:

L)

'^

^-

^^S- ni'-o*'^

'

xxviii.
iii,

19.

3.

pi.

^
pi.

^o i^
^

with
'

aflf.

S.

John

viii.

6;

Mark
7
1

2 17

Part.

masc.
8.

u: b Vb

^,

coalescing with

-JLk>,

I

..;-fe^QlD,

Acts xxiv.

CHAPTER
;.*ns\,
to the other side of,

VI.

over

irepav t^s
^

— See note,
is

ch.

(i.

28.
PI. def.

"i

(^

"

^

>j

the sea

r

^aXacrcrrys
iv.

—Def.
S.

i'

of

I>Q_»,

noun masc. The

seal

|iQla_»,
7

Acts

24; xiv. 14.

— There

also a fern. def.

form

1^ AV>

.

(S.

John vL 19;
inland
sea.

Luke

v. 2, &c.)

used more especially of

a

lake, or

Heb.
..

D\
_

Ps. Ixxxix.

10.— Chald. D^

def.

^<D^ Dan.
aff.

vii. 2, 3.

7

7

5.

wjCTiaj_jL-L, //is eyes

— Gr.
V.

tov% o^^aX/xovs
(fee),

PI.

with

of

>

^j def.

p
'

'

^

(S.

Matt.

38,

noun fem.

An

eye; fountain.


'

PI.

when
^

it signifies eyes, of masc. form,

though fem. in construction,

"

V

S.

Matt,

xviii.

9.

Def. ]11LL, S.

John

Lx.

32,

&c
-

But

of fem. form

when
i.

signifying fountains, _J_a_L, def.

(^^

^

(Ephr. Syr. on Gen.

9).

— \

116

S.

JOHN
«

VI. 5—7.

Ver.

5,

Compounds formed by
Openly.

^ are

«

^

\^

Before, and

|

'

.i

*^ _j_L,

See notes,

S.

John

xv. 24; xvi. 25.

Heb.

[^y, Exod. xxi. 24,
5.

&c.— Chald.

]»y,

Dan.

iv.

31;

vii. 8,

20; Ezr. v.

(1q>,»^, bread

— Gr. aprovs— Def. of i>Cl*lA, noun masc. Bread, food. — VovConstr. \ki\ shew-bread, Hebr. —
IsQjkKiik, the

ix. 2.

PI.

.

I

7

ver. 13, below.

Heb. Urh, Ps.
6.

xli. 10,

&c.— Chald. Ulb, ^

feast,

Dan.

v. 1.

(m Vn ^^
1

2^'>'oving, to

prove

ireipdt,o)v

Pa.
ii.

fc_»jCQJ,

Temjyted,

made
1

trial

—Pael of —
iv.

part, of (TDJ (not used).
2.

Pret.

sing.

A

.

m

i

Rev.

2.


7

3. pi.

n

.

fYM

Cor. x. 9
S.

Put. ]mj_J, with
7; S.

aflF.

S.

Luke
pi.

X.

25.-2.
1 n

sing,

'{mil,
9

Matt.
.

Luke
v.
7
.

iv.

12.— 1.

]lIUJ,
.

Cor. X.
S.

Inf n
1,
7

n-M

Vn\
7

Acts

9
7

Part. pi.
iv.

miVn
Heb.

Matt. xvi.
i.

&c

Part. pass.

fYMVi^ Hebr.
i.

15; S. James

13.

For ^S, as here used,
tried,

see note, ch.

36.

Pi. (ID J J

Tempted,
about

Gen.

xxii. 1.


7.

t*^^-V>\

r-»Ai»,
iii.

He was
14.

to do,

would do

e/ieXXe

iroulv

—See

note, ch.
__»Z]ll5,

two hundred

— StaKoo-tW.
unum
,

Hoc nomen

est

ex quatuor quce

apud Hebrceos in dualem
finiunticr.
cb

uerminationem Q^
sunt

et

apitd Syros in
(S.

_j

Keliqua tria

j^'y^, Egyptus
(S.

Matt.

ii.

13, &c.)

D^*lX/53;—^'Z,

duo

"john

i.

35),

d,

D^J2J^";

^^'^,

duce (S.

John

iii.

4)"

d,

D^riS^'.

(Schaaf.)
xi.'

Heb. D^nt^D, Gen. .

23.
»

X


P

X

^•;i_.5, denarii

— Gr. STjrapiW—

X

PI. of ;j.jj (S.

Matt. xx.

9,
its

10)

noun

masc.

A Roman

silver coin, value

10 asses

—whence
S.

name.

Def
.«->

VfJ-*?, S. Matt. xx.

2.— PI. def

lp_.?,

Matt,

xviii. 28.

g^rr> |]j not sufficing, is not siifficient

Gr. ovk dpKovcnv

— Part,

of

»Q,.arD, Sufficed;
pi.

was
-

content with, capable of receiving, Pret. 3.
>^<7^rr.)

fem.

-^^rf\

(for

.

3 S. John ver. 10

Put.

iH'^mi,

S.

JOHN

VI. 7—10.

117
o<^fy> 7']

Ver.

7.

S.
1.

Matt. xix. 12; xxv.

9:— Fern.

.

.

i

Tim.
g.

v.

16.
iii.

14
,^

smg, ,n<=^ro(, Acts
Part. fern.

xi. 17.


5.

3. pi. fern,

^og^mi
Tim.
38;
vi.

Luke

IAelO), 2 Cor.
viii.

xii.

9;

1

8.— PI.

masc.

t

O'^rr), S.

John

37;

S.

Luke

xxii.

—coalescing
33.

with

^JLj^,

^1

»

Qg^nn, 2 Cor.
^i^^^e

iii.

— ^ —
9.

I

\n
j-K*,

^j.^.Q, a
each

^P^-X^ tl

— See
i.

note, ch.

vii.

r-»>J

EKao-Tos

— See

note, ch.

40.

The

repetition of the

words denoting distribution.
rr^^i
«

— — —

— —Adverb of aV^.K*, — — Card.
^*e*'e

<SSe

place.

Jive

TTeVre

numb.

fern.

— Masc.

]

»^-

>

ch. iv. 18,

above.

Heb.
(7

mtl, " T

fern.

Gen.

v. 6.

(J

1

^^;_y^, loaves
bread.
I'^^xDOj,

—aprovs—

X

PI. of ^^;-<.,
S.

noun fem.
14.

A

cake, loaf,

baked

— Def. ]Z^i_,i, of barley— Gr.

Mark

viii.

KpiOtvov?

PI. def. (of masc. form) of Jp^ro,

noun fem. Barley,

def.

jZ.^£D.
i.

Heb. m^^iy, fem. Barley, Joel

11.— PI. W'ij^t, Ruth

i.

22.— Root 1^^,

Bristled.

^jJQJ,

fishes

—Gr.
S.

6\f/dpLa,

a word which, originally meaning Anyis

thing eaten with bread,

applied in the N. T. exclusively to fish
10,

— Compare
(S.

John

xxi.

with

11.

PI.

of

^J,

def.

]jQJ

John

xxi. 9),

noun masc.

A

fish,

and

fish,

collectively.

PI.

def.

POJ,

ver. 11, below.

Root Heb.

1)} (Ps. Ixxii. 17),

Increased,

grew.

Compare Heb.
nJl*!) Increased, T T

jl^l,

Jon.

ii.

1

;

J^Xl

f-

Exod.

vii.

18, 21.

—from

Gen.

xlviii. 16.

10.

^nV>A£OJ?,
fut.
xiii.

that they of

may

sit

down, recline

— Gr.
pi.

aVaTrecrct;'

— Ethpeel
(ch.

3.

pi.

j^LoCD, Leaned,

reclined.

— Ethpe.
S.

»^LdA£D(

12,

(fee),

Seated himself.
2.

Pret.

3.

Ql^iLdAcd] , in this

verse

Fut.

j^LdAtdj,

sing.

y^tsSiL,

Luke

xiv.

8


118

S.

JOHN
S.

VI. 10, 11.

Ver. 10.

Imperat. j^SpAlcf,
S.

Luke

xiv.

10,

&c

Inf.

o^V>^mVi\,

Matt. xiv.

19.—
men may
recline.

Transl. Cause that all the


(iluCCLl,

grass

x°P'^°'^

— ^^^- ^^
i.

-'^'•"'^^

noun masc. Green

herb.

Heb.

n^'jj*,

Gen.

11,

12.— Chald.

^iSJ^y, def. i^^STj;,

Dan.

iv. 22, 29, 30.

p_i_liaiD, in number

—Gr. tov

dpL6[x.6v

— Def.

r»f

^

.

i

V> (Hebr.

xi. 12),

noun masc. Numher.
Ohald.
It
; •

R. pJiD, Numbered.

p^;::, Ezr. vi. 17.
v. 11.

__i_2l.l^,
8.

thousand.— V\. of ,£l!^, Rev.
thousand.— Bel \kl^, Eev.

or

*2I^

2 S. Pet.
def.

iii.

A

xi.

3,

&c.— PI.
&c.

]^^,
Heb.

S.

Matt. xiv. 21. and li.A2^, Eev.

vi. 15,

Heb. &Sx,

Ps.

1.

10.— Chald. &Sx, ^i<, pL

(after the

form) U''ShH, Keri
11.

T^Sk, Dan.
koI

v. 1; vii., 10.

^^iiO, and

He

blessed

— Gr.
with

cv^oipto-Tifo-as

—Pael

pret. of
blessed.
pi.

yi^t
Fut.

Bowed the knee,
yi
S.
*~> 1
^

in worship.

Pa. Blessed, pronounced
aff.

1.

sing, yt-,^],
V.
7

Hebr.

vi.

14

Imperat.

QS;^,
14

Matt.
•^

U;

S.

Luke
7

vi.

28

Inf.

aolLl^D, Hebr.
7

vi.

Part. ..;*'^V>^ S.

Luke

xxiv. 51.
7
^
«

coalescing with ^J-»^,
9

n.oV)
Luke
S. Pet.
S.
1.

17

PI. masc.

—,a^',s:^, ver. 53:
^

1 Cor. iv.
i.

12;

S.

James

iii.

Part.

pass.

.

.;

oVn^

S.

42,

68;

— coalescing
S.

with

OCT, An!«-^Vr.
xiv.

blessed be, 1
def.

i.

3.— Def. ]Li^:^,
i.

Mark

61.— Fern.

fAs^nV),
Gen. xxiv.

Luke

42.

Heb.
Dan.
ii.

Pi. ITI5,

— Chald.
pret.

Pa. "h^S (for

'Jl'l!!)

19, 20; iv. 31.

-

.1

\g^^

— 8UBwk€—Pael Divided. — Pa. the same. — Pret.
iTe

distributed

of

w.i

\<^ or ^«
.
7>

\<=^,

3. pi. Q-.t S<=^, ch. xix. 24,

&c.
S.

. 1>

7

Vb
S.
1

Imperat.

pi.

CL^^£i,
,^

Luke

xxii.

17

7

Part.

w.t

\<^V),

Luke

xi.

22.— PI. m.

T.

\c^V), Acts

ii.

45.

Heb.

Pi. y^Si, Divided, Ps. Iv. 10.

S.

JOHN

VI. 11,

12.

119
o* Sc /xa•

Ver. 11. N.B.
6r]TaL,

The words that follow

in the Gr. tois

fj.a6r]TaL<;,

are omitted in the Syr. as in

many

other versions

also

in the Alex. Vat. Sin. and other

MSS. down

1

n

I

V)rf)? ,QJC7L_i>, to

them that

ivere set

rots dvaKeLfiivoL<;


S.

Part.

Peil pi. of j^LOTD declined,
viii.

leaned
Part. Peil

Fut.
.^. .

yOSocoJ,
g,

Matt.

20;

S.

Luke

ix.

58

V>m

John

xiil 23, &c.
PI. rem,
•-> >

PI. masc. def. ]n'i'V)rr), S. Matt. xiv. 6, 9,

&c.—

Vnfr> \}^ not firm, unstable, 2 S. Pet.

ii.

14.

Heb. Tj^D, Rested upon,

Ps. Ixxxviii.

8.

— —

fcS
5

j

P^OIO and so
,

|V)0,

—and — as much as — —Also, As long
also

likevnse

o/totcos Kai.

ocrov

as, ch. ix. 5.
as.

Inasmuch

as,

as often as, S. Matt. xxv. 40, 45.

The same

Rev. xxi. 16.

According
i.

as,

Hebr.

x. 25.

How, in what

respect or way, 2

Tim.

18.

7

12.

OSnfT), they were
V\n(T),
2. pi.

full, were filled

IveTrXrjaOrjcrav
.

Pret.

3.

pi.

of

Was

satiated.

—Pret.
7

3. pi.

fem.

v«-^m Rev. xix.
3.

21.

^Asnro,
V.

ver. 26,
S.
pi.

below
vii.

Fut.

MrLmj,
pi.
ii.

pi.

^Av^mi
S.
7

S.

Matt.

6;

Mark

27.-2.
S.

^Oi^CimZ.,
T,

Luke
^

vi.
,

21

Imperat.
vii.

Q^^£D,

James

16

Inf.

\^'->mVn\j

Acts
Deriv.

11.
12.

]snm, Satiety, Phil. iv. Heb. y^^, Ps. xvii. 15, " T

&c.
7

•Ji

7

O

«[

1

n, gather up

— o-wayayare— Pael
*
7

imperat.

pi.

of ^.m-IS), Congre-

gated.

— Pa.

«

in

(S.

Matt.

ii.

4, &c.),

Gathered together; received

hospitably, S. Matt. xxv. 35.
xiii.

Pret. 3. sing. fem. A
v.

»

m

^

S.

Matt,

47.-2.

pi.

yOLm^O,

S.

James
aff.

3; with

aff. S.

Matt. xxv.
S.

35,
xi.

43.— 1.
52.

pi.

?n, with

ver.

38
xxiii.

Fut.

-

-.

lAy
pi.

John


7

1.

sing.

vj»_l^"), S,
*

ch.
.

xxiv. 31
1

Inf.

o

«»

i

^Vn\

7.

Matt,

37.-3.

^O-m-ISH,
Part.
pi.

Rev. xvi. 14; xx. 8
Part. pass. ,_«_L12iD,

«
.

Av^
1

S.

Matt. xxv. 24, 26
x. 24.

masc.

^

>

n^n Acts
Pi.

Heb.

D35,

Ps. cxlvii.

2.

120

S.

JOHN

VI. 12—15.

ver. 12.

mV^,

the fragments

—ra KXaafiara—PI. def. of |-»^ (Actsii. 42),

noun masc.

A

breaking, piece broken.

—R.
gain.

|^^, Broke

off.

o5Zl»3, that have remained over, that remain
7

— Gr.

Trcptcrcrevo-avTa

X

Pret.

3.

pi.

of

5Aj
7

(S.

Matt. xxv. 16), Excelled, was over and

above; also, Profited, gained,
S.

made

— Pret.
36;
sing.

2.

sing. Z5A_»,

Matt,

xviii.

15

Put. jZ^J, S.
S.

Mark
v.

viii.

S.

Luke
S.
7

ix. 25.

Fern.
vii.

5ZU
7

(for

^5Z]Z),
7

Matt.

20.— 2.
&c

yL]l,
1

Mark
1

1

X

11.— 1.
3.

sing. jL], 1 Cor. ix. 19, 20,
7 1

Part. 5A1,
7

Cor.

xiii.

— PL
'in^j —T

—jjAj,
"

coalescing with ^JLjo, ,_JLj3A..», S.

James

iv. 13.

Heb.
13.
;

o^ly ^^ part.
ScoScKa

Kal ^HVj

^^'^^

remainder,

1

Sam. xv.

15.

mV

i/

^

twelve

— Card.
7

numb. masc.

It has a def.
aff.

form
67,

p.rnv;/
below.

ch.

xx. 24; S. Matt. xxvi.

47;—with

ver.


,

Fern.

1-;mv7;7
7

ch. xi. 9, &c.
fern.

Heb. 12yn Q^J^, masc. HICJ'V D^^^,

Exod. xxiv.

4.

•X

__»J_k.2)Q-0 baskets

^

— ko^ivous—

«

P

-x

PI. of

p.j_25a^, noun masc.
X

A

wicker
geni-

X

X

basket.
tive.

Derived from the Gr.

—The
of
the

following 3

marks the

Transl.
those

And filled
who

twelve baskets

fragments which remained
loaves.

to

ate (Jiad eaten)

of the five barley

15.

tOZ]j> —^r^L^}, that they were ready
Xova-Lv €pxeo-9aL

to come,

would come
with
>.

—on

[xiX-

Infin. expressed

bj the

fut.

.

-

m

.

in g^

/\

v^

1^

(and) take Him by force —
7

koI apTrdt,€Lv avrov

— Fut.

3. pi.

(with

aff.)

of ^£1^.*^, Snatched aioay.

Pret. 3. sing. fem.

'tki^lt. Acts
S.
S.

viii.

39.-3.
S.

pi.

nc^k..
iii.

ch. vi.

12._Fut. ^ao^-*^,
pi.

John
Jude

x.

28,

29;

Mark
^SL^L,

27

Imperat.
x. 12; S.

a^Q_^,
xiii.

ver.

22

Part.
•-"^1
>

S.

John

Matt.

19.

Ethpeel .<^5
Fut. ^2i4>jAj,

^"*

seized,

caught away, 2 Cor.

xii. 2,

4._

1. pi. 1

Thess. iv. 17.

Heb. ft^n, Ps.

x. 9.

S.

JOHN

Vr. 15-19.

121

Ver.
1 6.

1.3,

0T-_^ «.jj_»,
,

He departed— a.vextJjp'rjo-e
oi/'ta

—See
,

note, ch. v. 24.

|_a.Ld5
-Tl

evening — Gr.

—Def. of
cis

-

»V)^ noun masc.

Even-tide.

I

17.

Q-OA_iO,

and

they sat

—Gr.
Joiii-

koX £/A/3aVT€s,

and

entered into, embarked.


IZj-j-^irarii, in the ship
fern. Lit.

— Gr.
5.

to ttXoZov
def.

— Def.

of
S.

(1

»

<^CD,
iv.

noun

A
T

decked

vessel.

PL

p_i_2L£D,

Mark

36, &c.

Heb. ni^SD)
• :

0T_^ Zooi

An »

«.»^

{f

toas cZar^

—R. jSD> Covered beams or cycyovci— — Gr.
loith
I

boards.

- T

a-Koria

Pret. 3. sing.

fem. of ^.A.>^

(S.

Luke
S.

xxiii. 45),

Was

dark, obscured.

Used here

impersonally (see also
fem.
S.
is

Matt. xiv. 23), in which construction the

most commonly used.

For an instance
pi.

of the masc. see
viii.

Matt. xxvi.
--

8.— Pret.
xxiv.
xi.

3.

(^^»

^>,

Rev.
xiii.

12
3.

Put.
pi.

V
x^<
y

S.

Matt.

29;
Inf. ..

S.

Mark

24.

fem.

nm

Rom.

10

» ^..^nX^

S.
i.

Luke
21.

xxiv. 29.

Ethpaal ^j».>jZ.|, Was darkened, Rom.

Heb. 'Tp'n, Exod.

x. 15; Ps. Ixix. 24.


18.

|001 vjZ(, was come, had come
plup. tense.

l\r}\vd€L

^Part.

Peil,

foi-ming the

JOOI «^05]j,
~
_

had

been raised,

had

arisen, arose

BLrjyeipeTo
_

— Ethpeel

3.

7

pret. 3. sing, (forming pluperf. tense) of «^.D1, Li/ted

2/p.

Ethpe.

Was
S.

lifted up, teas cnicijied, ch. xix.

20,

etc.

pi.

O^UDjll"
Transl.

Matt, xxvii. 38

Put. ^SLOjjJ, ch. xxvi.

2,

&c.

£ut

the sea
bloion.

had been raised against

them, because a great

loind
7
7

had

19.

0}^50, and they rowed
xviii. 3),

— Gr.
set

cXTyXaKoVes olv

— Pret.
3.

7

3. pi.

of ;.0) (ch.

Arranged,

in order, whence the usual meanings, Took,
..7

received, led, drove, impelled
S.

a ship.

Pret.
ii.

fem.

Z^
3.

1>

?

,

with

afl".

Luke

iv.
1.

1.— 1.

sing.

Zj^j, Gal
with
aff.

1

Put. ^0_rJ, S. Matt.
xiv. 3.

XV. 14.


7

sing. ;J2i5J,

S.

John

pi.

^jTDjJ,
»tc.

with

aff.

S.

Luke

v.

3

Imperat. ^TDJ, S. Matt.

ii.

13, 20,

PI. O^nsj, S.

John

xix. 6; S.

Luke

v.

4;

— with
V^^j,

aff. S.

John
xii.

xviii.

31

Part, jijj, S.

Luke
.

xvii. 7

:— Fem.

S.

Matt.

45.—

w.

c.

16

122
Ver. 19.

S.

JOHN
Matt.
pi.

VI. 19.

PI. masc.

^^J,

S.

v.

44;

S.

Luke

vi.

28, Gr. t^v

lirr}-

p€at,6vTwv

Part. Peil

niAsc.

(used actively)
iii.

_

,-»;.

>

*-)?,

Acts

xxi. 16.

PI. fern. ^1^-^?; S-

James

4.

Heb.

'^'y^,

Spoke (from the primary idea of arrangement) only
7.

in part. "1^*^, Ps. v.

More

frequent in Peil.

|Z.Oj_^>£D|, stadia,

furlongs

crraStovs
to

PI',

def. of ^Q_.j.4jC0| (1 Cor. ix.

24),

A

distance, nearly equal
PI.

a furlong;

also, the

Stadium, race-

course.

^;_^iDl

,

Acts

i.

1 2.


— —

'I*^^; twenty

—Card. Number.
vi. 2.

Heb. Dnb'J^, Cen. xxxi. 38.— Chald. p^K^J^, Dan.
(AliQj,
*^\.£i.
tlie

lake, sea; see note, vei'. 1, above.

He drew near
OO^jO,

— Gr.

eyyi;s...ytvoftevoi/
•a

—Verb Peal
" S.

pret.
iii.

Was near,
2,

'

a2)2yroached, touched.
pi.
S.

3. sing. fern.

L^-^O,

Matt.

kc.

3.

John

xii.

21, &c.

:

— Fem.
n

.,'.'.o^O, S.

Matt, xxviii.

9
ii.

Put. .^OjJiliJ, S.

Mark

viii.

22, etc.— 2. sing.

^-^H,
pi.

Col.

21.-3.
X.
S.

pi.

^QjO;_QJ, S. Matt. xiv. 36,

&c.— 1.
James

^O^nJ,
8
Part.

Hebr.

22

Imperat.
xii.

pi.

n «^n|

^

S.

iv.

*^ih,
V.

Luke

33:—Pern.
S.

]^;.ID, S. Matt. ix. 21; S.
vi.

Mark

28.— PI. ,^^^'r^,
Heb. :anp, :3lp,
"
""

Mark
xci.

56;

S.

Luke

xxiii. 36.
iii.

P^^-

lO.— Clmld.

n*lp, Dan.

56;

vi.

13.
tltey ivere

QAjjJ,
8),

afraid

i(}>oPrj6r]crav

— Pret.
1.

3.

pi.

of ^\>a5 (ch. xix.
S.

Feared, showed reverence.
S.

Pret.

sing.
S.

AXjo),
xiv.

Matt. xxv.
sing.

25;

Luke
S.

xix. 21
i.

Put.
etc.

^LjJ,

John

27.-2.

^LjZ",
1.

Matt.

20,

:— Fem.
6.-3.

,_j.S>^jZ" S.

Luke
Tim.

i.

30.— 20.—

sing.
pi.

^Ljl" Hebr.

xiii.

pi.

^\kj,J,
:

1

v.

2.

^_x*j52., next ver. below,
10; S.
S.

ttc.

— Fem.
5

.

\.kj?Z, S. Matt.

xxviii. 5,
PI.
ix.

Mark
X.

xvi. 6

Imperat. ^ujoj,

Rom.

xi. 20.

dXLj,

Matt.

28:

S.

Luke
xvi.

xii.

Part.

^^J,

S.

John
S.

31, itc.:— Fem.

Ujo>,

Ads

14.— PI.

niasc.

^j.2l^j,

S.

JOHN

VI. 19—27.
y

123
V
.

Ver. 19.

John

ix.

22, &c.:

xxi. 26.

Part. Peil, iised
>

— coalescing with ,_J..iA>j5, as a noun —see note, Mark
f

^_l.>j,

S.

Matt.

S.

v. 33.
vii.

Cogn. Heb. 7)11

Cre2)t,

was afraid, Deut.
v. 19.

xxxii. 34; Mic.

17;

Job
22.
JOCTI

xxxii. 6
|j,

Chald. htXly Dan.

^i.

had not gone, went not
is

— Gr.

ov o-ui/eto-7A.^£— Pluperf.

tense.

^rmVnv.

pleonastic, followed

by the same preposition

with

its case.

N.B.
..7

The

clause, aX\a...a7n7X^ov,

is

omitted by the Syr. translator.

... .-A

23.

wjOCTI
3.

t-iZ-l,

they

(sc.

other boats)

had come

— Gr.

^X.6e

—Phiperf.
(S.

pi.

fem.



25.
27.
. .

]g^,!£, boats— TrXoidpLa—'Pl def. of ^2l2§K, def.
21, 22, &c.)
» 7
. .

]Al^

Matt.

iv.

noun fem.

A

small

vessel, boat.

7

yt'r^

r^

,

Transl.

When Jesus

blessed or

had

blessed,

given thanJcs

Gr.

€V)(apL(rTy]cravTO<; rov Kvpt'ov.

*_.A^j, ivhen?
,Q-K>.A2iZ
(J,

—Adv. interrogative. See labour not for— —Put.
tto'tc;

note, ch. iv. 23.
2. pi.

ipyd^ecrOe

fit]

for imperat.

(with

fj)

of oa,A2), Served, laboured, acquired by labour; served

%n war; served, or worshipped.

-Pret. 3. pi. Q-k».\<=^, 1 Cor. x. 7.

—2.

pi.

^LkS^,
>>oo\g^Z.,
3. pi.

Gal. iv, 8

Put.

oooX^,

Eph.

iv.

28.—

2. sing.

S.

Matt.

iv. 10, &c.
vii. 7.

XV. 16.


S.

^ ...VgM
i.

Acts

— —

1. sing.
1. pi.

oooNg^l, Rom.
ver. 28,

^^ooX^U,

below;

Luke

74
12

Imperat.
Inf. .k

ooO^S),
Xct^Vti V^

S. S.

Matt. xxi. 28.

PI.

ajs.Q.^^, Phil.
Part.

ii.

John

ix.

4,

&c

^x^2i,

S.

Luke

xv.

29.— Def
Luke

XL^h,
xxiii.

Rom.

xvi.

21:—

and used
S.

as a noun, see note, S.
ii.

11.

— Fem.
:

^kkXs,

Luke

37.

PI. masc.

.

%.^\<^^ Acts
1

vii.
<fec.

42, (fee:

co-

alescing with _Ljv», _Lj_>^_^£),

Cor.

iii.

9,

— with
vii.

^Aj|,
23, &c.

^Aj_^\2),
Ethpeel

Col.

iii.

24.— Constr. JliAi),
.

S.

Matt.

Part. Peil. fem.

] >v

\g^^

S.

John

viii.

33,

where see note.
Part.
vi.

^^^S^sZ],
(referred

Was

cultivated,
to
Etlipa.),

dressed.

fem.

l-KK^^Ak?

by some

Hcbr.

7.

.

124

S.

JOHN

VI. 27—35.

Ver. 27.

Aphel s>v»A2j], Waged war.

—Part. o^\<^V>,
1

1

Cor. ix.

i.

From

this verb ai-e derived,
fern. def.

|/o K^\<yi noun
i.

War/are, army,
19.

Cor.

ix. 7; 1

Tim.

18.— PI.

def.

pA rX<^
Cleft,

Rev. xix. 14,
tvorshij),

]j_»l\a2), noun
ii.

masc. def. Occupation, work,

Acts

xix. 25; Col.

18, &c.

Heb. Tt?^,

farrowed the ground,
iii.

Ps.

cxli, 7.

— Chald.

rh^}

Laboured, zvorshijjped, Dan.
Transl.

12, &c.; vii. 14, 27.


30.

....

pjlX,
7
;

For

Him
.

hath the Father sealed (even) God.
pres. tense) of
.

Li] ;-LcD, dost Thou loork?
~ vfT) (S.

Luke
Cor.

i.

68;

vii.

— ipydty;—Part, (forming ... examined;
16), Visited, inspected,

.

did,

effected, 1

v.

2; Hebr. ix. 11.

The leading

idea seems to be

the turning the attention to anything, either

by ocular or mental
Hebr.
ii.

inspection.

—Pret.
3.

2.

sing.

Z;Sfn, with

aff.

6.

2.

pi.
vii.

^L-rLSH, with

aff. S.

Matt. xxv. 36, 43
1

Fut. jQ-LTDJ, Acts
sing. jOSfn]", S.
1.

23.-2.
xiii.

sing.

jOLCdZ",
pi.

Tim.

v.

21.— 1.

Luke

33.

^^ATQJ, Eom.
pi.

ix. 11.
iv.
ii.


9
:

pi. 1

3riSmi, Acts xv.
Pet.
i.

36

Imperat.
S.

OJOLCD,

Phil.

S.

v.

2

Inf.

.vrn<^\
fern.

Luke
1

xxii. 23; Phil.
xii.

13;
iv.

S.

James
I
l>

27

Part.

X\^f^,
i.

Cor.
:

11; Hebr.
7

12.

—PL
Peil
r

masc.
1 S.

_.;Sa>.
John
S.
>

Rom.

32, &c.

7

coalescing with ^-J->^,
1

—J—»;-lsXD,
i

iii.

22.— Constr. _Vl^,
xxiii.

Cor.

xii.

29

Pai-t.

Sm,

Luke
SCO,

15; Acts xxv. 25; actively,
26.
1

Rom.

xv. 18.

PI. fern. ^'

Acts xxvi.
Deriv.
ii.

301.20, noun masc. def.

A

visitor, BisJtop, 1

S. Pet.

25.
,

31

(

'

^

^

7)ianna

— to
all
4.

fidvva.

Heb.
34.

p,

Exod.
time

xvi. 15, 31.
alioays, evermore

_OV—^HO,
eh.
7
1>

t?i

— Gr.

iravTOK..

See notes,

i.

3;

iii.

..

35.

<?^^1

P, shall not [never) hunger
(S.

— ov

fxr]

Tretvacrr;

—Fut.
1.

3.

sing, of

^-2X2

Matt.

iv.

2,

(tc),

Was hungry.— Vvci.

sing.

Aj-as,

S.

JOHN

YI.

35— 43.
CLlAo,
S.

125
Matt.
xii. 1

Ver. 35.

S.
pi.

Matt. xxv. 35, 42.-3.

pi.

Fut.
vi.

3.

Al_£iaJ, Kev.

vii.

16.

2. pi.

^QJ_£1d2., S.

Luke

25

For the

part. _j21D is used the participial
6.

noun __aD

,

hungri/,

see note, S. Matt. v. 37.
;'^ \^ out—t^isi

'f^,

The
iii.

outside, used as
4.

an adverb with

pref.

A.

See note,
.!>

S.
''

Matt.

\

39.

.

I

n]>

•..kJl3j-*)

1>7<l TIP'* ^ ^-^? CTlJ_»_0» _jj QJCn.

This clause

is

absent in
Editions

the Vienna Edition, but restored by Tremellius.

Some

omit ._».^J5.

r^ol, I should

lose

ttTToXccrto

— Aphel
S.

fut. 1. sing,

of rO|, Perished.
to i^^fish, destroyed,
9.

Aph. rCjOl
lost.

(S.

Matt. xxii.

7, tkc).

Caused
xviii.


»

Pret.

1.

sing.

Zp^OJ,

John
x.
*

3.

pi.

OrOOf,
(for

1

Cor. X. 9
.7

Fut. y£)QJ, S. *

John

10, &c.
7^

:— Fern. ^of.
xiv. 15.
x.

^j^oZ.),

S.
S.

Luke

XV.

8.

^2.

sing. j^DOZ.,
pi.

Rom.

3. pi.

^_^QJ,
Heb.
Dan.
ii.

Matt, xxvii.
S.

20.— 2.
4,

^^oZ'!, Hebr.

35
ix. 24.

Inf.

Of^0V)\,

Mark

iii.

&c

Part.
vii.

j^oSd,

S.

Luke

Hipli.

I^^XH, Deut.

10.— Chald.

Aph. ^lin,

12, 18, 24.

|j;.>s>|,

the last

Tfi ia-xoLTr]

— Def

of wi}_k»], adj. The
S.

last.

—Fem.
2, &c.

def.

IZL^^^l, S. Matt, xxvii. 64;

Luke

xiv.
S.

9.— Constr. A^^l,
iv.

used as an adv. Afterwards, at length,
masc. def ]-I>j1, S. Matt. xix. 30,

Matt.

PI.

&c.—PI.

fem. def ")AI>j1»

Rev. XV. 1; xxi.
40.
.

9.

I.*:)]?,

of My Father

— Gr.

rov

Trc/xi/ravTos /ac

—The
pi.

Sin. Vat.

and some

other
7

MSS.
e

read rov

iraTp6<i /xov.

^

41.

OOCn ^_j_L^3, murmured
Miirmured.
2. pi.

— iyoyyv^ov— Part.
QJ-^J, Acts
1

(imperf. tense) of --.^5,
1; 1 Cor. x. 10

Pret.

3. pi.

vi.

Fut.

vQJ-^'^" ver. 43, below;
as Peal.
X
' ^

Cor. x. 10
pi.
'

Part.
^

^5.
S.

Aphel —65], same
16.
7 7

— Part.
7

L\^i

Jude

ver.

Some
7
_

Editions read

c:^,

Ya.e\ part.
,

43.

^>j

^:>QJL j»Kj,

Lit.

one with one — among yourselves— Gr.

/xct'

aWqXwv

.

,

in ver. 52. Trpos dX\r;\ous.

12G
K
7

S.

JOHN

VI. 44—52.

Ver. 44.

air-iik.J,
7

has drawn
(Gal.
ii.

Mm —Gr.
12),

l\Kva-r)

avroV

— Pret.

3. sing,

(with
3. pi.

afF.)

of

,_HL_3

Drew,

attracted, toithdreio.

— Pret.

0,_.(L_J,

Acts

xvi. 19

Fut.

r-i|hJj !• sing.

^J,

ch. xii. 32, below.

Inf. witli aff. fern, pleon.

f^i.

ti

^^^j

ch. xxi. 6

Part. pi. masc.

>j-.i^, ch. xxi. 8.

Ethpeel pHtjAI, Was drawn.

— Part. j-hlJ/^,
with

S.

James

i.

14.



45.
.
I

PI. masc. 2 S. Pet.
Ir...^,

i.

21.
def.

From

this verb is derived
afF.

noun masc.

A

blow, stripe,

Acts

xvi. 33.

PI. def. |r-i*-J, ch. xxii. 24.

Compare, for this meaning, note

ch. xix. 1,
*~^ 1
.

*^j in the

Prophet,

sc. Isa. liv.

13.

— Gr.

Iv xois

7rpo<j}r]Tat.<;.



-

.

«

7
j

(gS

A^O

the taught

— taught —

SiSaKTot

—Pael

part. pass. pi. def.

— see
15,

note, ch. iv. 25.
.<=^\
>
,

learning

—hath
7

learned

—[xaOwv—Part,
iii.

of

•'^^

\

»

(ch.
.

vii.

&c.),

same

as «^l_^, Learned.

Pret. 1. sing.

Ac^\

Acts

xxiii.

27.-2.
17, &c. 31.

sing.

A^'v!
g^V
7

2 Tim.
>;

14.— 2.

pi.

^A^^I,

Eom.

xvi.

1. pi.

Acts

xxviii. 1

Fut. ^'^^NIj, 1 Cor. xiv.
1. sing.

2.

sing.

»g^V|^, Acts
1

xxiv.


ix.

3. pi.

^g^VJv
^Q-sAlZ,
&c
1

Acts
1

xxiii.
iv.

— 20: — Fern.
8.

,^.1L, Phil.
7

ii.

19.

1

^^<^\'ij, 1 Cor. xiv. 35.
pi.

—2.

pi.

Cor.

6

Imperat.
aff.

Q-2lSI,

S.

Matt.

13,

Inf ..SiSlkA, with
Tim.
ii.

Eev. xiv. 3
ch. v.

Part. fern.

"iiiXl,
.<^
.

11.— Pi.

fern.

^^\!i,

13

Part. Peil

V

>j

Rom.

ii.

18.
ewpa/cti'.

46.
51.

\\-»^,

seeing, seeth

— Gr.

-

Vg^l

vlL, for the sake

of,

for

— Gr.

virep

Lit.

/or

the

face

of.

— See

note, ch. xi. 44, below.
7
""

»

52.

OOOl r—»^J>

strove

eixd^ovTo

— Part.
Part.
is

pi.

(forming imperf. tense) of

]^,

Contended, disputed.

]^.

—From

this verb ai-e derived
1

fc_»

^, noun masc. One who

contentious,

a braivler,

Tim.

iii.

3.

.

S.

JOHN

VI.

52— G3.

127

Ver. 52.
iv.

12.0^Ld, noun
1.

fern. clef.

A

quarrel

PI. def.

]Zo^Sd,

S.

James

Heb. Niph. H^J, Strove, Exod.
T

ii.

1

3.— Hl^!:, -

Strife, Isa. xli. 1 2.

55.

(

.A » V)j drink

Trocrts

— Def.
(

of

.

.A

» Vi

noun masc. Something

to

drink, beverage.

Derived from AjDh.

part. pass, of

(A^

(.-iAj»|),

Drank.
59.

Aph. .^A^
the

(AjQJL^ID, in

synagogue

Iv

awayuiyfj

—Noun
ix.

fem. def.
S.

A

con-

gregatiou, 2)lace of assembling.
«kc.

PI.

def JA^Q-ID,

Matt.

vi. 2,

60.

[a.jB_D,

— R. ,_«_LD, Assembled. —Fem.
/tarf^^

7

a-KXrjpos

of

^*-£D

(Acts
|

4),

adj.

Severe,

difficult,

vehement (of winds).
def.
4.
(

Def.
7.

>

«»

f^^

S.

Matt. xxv. 24,
def.

&c.

PI.

'

«

(^j

Acts xxv.

PI. fera.

|A

.

»
^

r\ ^ S.

James

iii.

Of form

part. Peil of

Heb. Was hard.
Hebr.
. .

17

fj_D

(not used in Peal).
7
,

Pa. »_»_«_Q, Hardened
iv.

Fut.

2.

pi.

^a-«_oZ.,
Etlipa.

iii.

8,

15;

7

Part. "i.i_QLD,

Rom.

ix.
iii.

18.

» n/
-K

j^ 7

Tras hardened
->«

— Fut,

JjuDAj, Hebr.

13

Part.

pi.

—^j^jOL^, Acts
Heb.

xix. 9.

r\m, V It

fem.

n*^p, Exod.
t
I

i.

14.

t

Gl.

]l

"^V)^
\\

offending
"^
,


,

offendeth

crKavhakit,a

— Apbel
ii

part.

fem.

of

Struck against.
\\

Aph.
G,

»

'^]

Caused to stumble

Fut. \\

&c.—
27

1. sing.

V\ «

^ y,

1

Cor.

viii.

13.— 1.

pi.

m, S. Matt, xviii, ^ani, S. Matt.
16.

xvii.

Part. V\ m nLo.
Ixiv. 9;

Heb. Hiph. S^J^'pH, Ps.
62,

Pro v.
ovv,

iv.

\\
5

> 7.

n rn
-.7
,

.

.

.

— —
63.

3Z,p
I,

to thej)lace

y^

n

^-lo,

— and if]— lav rather, what then if? See note, 54, below. where — wliere — Gr. — —in formerly, before — Gr. to
^
j
,

if then

lohat

ottov.

oh. xi.

irporepov,

ver, 64, c^ o-RXV"*-

Compound
pcnk?,

adverb.

2)rofting, lyrofiteth

oje^eXet

—Aphel

part, of

poi, Was

'pro-

fitable,

took

jyleasure
ii.

in.

Aph.

wj-JCJIj,

Profited.

Part.

fem.

U-JCnlo, Rom.

25.

;

128

S.

JOHN

VI. U4-71I.

Ver. C4.

y^N

Sr>?,

who

betrayed, should betray

o TrapaSwo-wv

— Apliel

part, of isolL* or J>q2L», Finished.

Aph.
mitted
3.

^\ »j

(cli.

xix. 30,
1.
i.

ifcc),

Gave up, delivered up, comS.

to,

betrayed.

— Pret.
Luke

sing.

Al£l\*],
pi.

Matt, xxvii.

4.

pi.

nV)^.>f,

S.

2.-2.

^

AVn'C
aff.

Jf

S.

Mark

vii.

13
ttc.

Fut. !>ClL«_j, S. Matt, x.

21:—with
3.

ver.

71, below,
i

1.

sing. i>Q\j*(, 1 Cor. xiii.

3. pi.

^Vn\
x.
1 S.

«

S.
pi.

Matt.
masc,

xxiv. 10.
^^ »

2. pi.

^V}\»Z,
Jolm
iv.

with
30;

afF. 1

Cor. v. 5

Part.

Vj\« V),
S.

S.

xviii.

S.

Matt.

17

Part. pass.

:>oS«V),

Luke

G;— Fern. IkAjLk?,

Pet. v. 2.

Heb. Hiph.
Chald. Aph.
66.
. .
.

Qv^Hj
On

Completed, executed, Isa. xliv. 26, 28
vii.

Q7^K»

Finished, restored, Dan. v. 26; Ezr.

19.

v^^V), Transl.

account of this word, or saying

— Gr.

Ik tovtov,

E.V. /v'om that time;

—rather, because of
oTTtcrco

this,

on

this account.

^OCn?Z!\frm\, hack
Behind,
«

after.

— Ta htSU^ (Rev. — Def. j5AflD^ r-^' ontheback,
els

xiii. 3),

adv. Gr.

oTrtcrw,

o-rrtcrOtv,

Rev.
10.

v. 1.

>

N

i>

JJACD-O

^^,

behind me,

ottio-w jxov,

Rev.

i.

—After
V>
^

the form of a

noun

sing,

with
S.

affixes, either in its
vii.

simple form, as
S.

CJl)Aca£3, behind

Him,
v.

Luke

3;

—or preceded by
,1;^,

Matt.
S.

ix.

20;

S.

Mark

27;

— or by

pref.

as in this verse,

and

Luke

xvii. 31.

67. 70.

(J\LiTC\\htS^, to
^Q.£)A
t

His twelve— Qy.

to?? SwSe/ca.

n

..

,

have I chosen yoH?—v/ia.^ iiekeidfirjv
of |£l,. (S.

—Pret.
.

1.

sing,

(with

aff.)

Mark
x.

iii.

14. &c.) Elected, selected.
1,

—Pret.
xiii.
aff.

3. fern.

A£i-j,, S.
pi.

Luke
Acts
1.

42,
5,
'-^


..
,

sing,

A

.

A

g.

John
.
.

18.— 3.
S.
1.

qA^,

vi.

&c.— 2.

pi.

,^A

-

•^
,

with

John
sing,

XV. 16.


3

pi.
i.

^

.

Acts xv. 25
-

Fut.
1

]^

..

i

l^yii' Phil.

22

Imperat.

.

^

,

.

Cor.

vii.

21.— PI.

qA^
XV. 14

Acts

vi.

Inf.
1

]n ^V>,
Tim.
v. 9.
viii.

2 Cor.

viii.

19;— pref. ^, Acts
>

Part.

U^i>

PI.

masc.
Pet.
ii.

«^

..

,

1

Cor. xvi.

3

Part. Peil |A.., 2 Cor.

19;

1 S.

4; used actively,

S.

JOHN

VI. 70, 71.

VII. 2—4.

129

Ver. 70.

Acts
xxiii.
]

i.

14.

—Def.

('*"'.«,
"J'A .

Acts

ix. 15,

&c. with
ii.

aff.

pleon. S.

Luke

35.— Fern.
,

def.

A
tkc.

1 S. Pet.

9,

&c.— PI.

masc. def.

V

'-^
.
,

S.

Matt. XX. 16,
-

Ethpeel
Pet.
i.

'

*^

ti

^

T

^"^^ chosen.

— Pret.

3. pi.

i^

'

'^

u

1

1

^

S*

2.— 1.

pi. ^_j.£-..Z.l"

Acts

X.

41; Eph.

i.

11

From

this

verb are derived,
]

A

.

o
.

.

noun
.

fern. def. Election,

Rom,

xi. 5, 7, 28.
aff.

]/n
]A
>

^
1.

noun fem.
fem. def.
pi.

def. Election

'^
is

001 P_^.CD,
&c.)

Satan

is

a devil

noun masc.
Heb. jtD^j

def.

An

adversary/, accuser,

—with Gatherings— — — —
Sta/8oXos ia-riv

Rom.

ix. 11,

&c.

1 Cor. xvi. 2.
(.1

^CD,

(ch. xiii. 27,

the

Enemy, Satan.

An

adversary,
jtSK',
f.

Numb.

xxii.

22:

—with
6.

def.

art.

Satan, Job

i.

6.

—R.
; •

Opposed himself, Ps. xxxviii. 21, &c.
accusation, Ezr. iv.

"Whence
71.
I

also HitDSJ^j n.
T

An

OCT ^SdJ, He had spoken.

He

S2mke

— Gr.

cXcyc.

CHAPTER
2.
|1
ft

VII.

\5^?> of Tabernacles
""

— Gr.

•^

(TK-qvo-n-qyia

masc. def.

A

shady place, arbour,

booth.

— —PI. ^
Pa.

PJ. def. of ]l\fe),';0, ~
p
«

noun
Matt.

^^ j^^j
X ~

S.

xvii. 4, &c.
3. 4.

Form

of Pael part, of

\^,

\^,

Overshadowed.

^.^ P-»> depart
(


T

/Acra^T/^t

"

»i^

^*^, in secret

iv Kpv-n-TiZ

— See note, — [JL^Q^,
should be
(

ch. v. 24.
n.
f.

A

secret, secrecy.

Used

only (in the N. T.) with pref. »^, adverbially.
1-ft

R.

Xm^, Lay hid.

• u
>
I

-

m \
.1

OCJU

*^J, that he

in public —

to be

(known) openly
def.

Gr.

iv irapprjcria tlvai

festation,
(

— ^ revelation — Form
»

.t

,

a particijual noun masc.
(i-t,

Mant-

of part. Peil of
hid.

Revealed;

— as

'

<^n

secrecy,

from v£Q2,

w.

c.

17

130

S.

JOHN

VII. 5-8.

Ver. 5

jj

c2)], Trausl.

For not even His brethren

believed in Jesus.


to

CTLD pleonastic.
6.

P4^,

is

come

—irapeaTtv —Yerb

Peal pret. Came, approached, came

pass, arrived, fell to
S.

ojie's lot, S.

Luke

i.

9

Pret. 3. fern. Ai^iD,
1 Cor. x. 11

John

xiii. 1
I'^^i'^-

:— and Al^k)

(from

_»4^)

Put.
lit.

l4^^^
it

U^»
1

^is-cl

in the phrase CTl^k) w.,Jlc)
i.e.

]i^,

co?nes into the

hands of his Lord,

Ms Lord

hath power,

Rom.

xiv. 4.
14^)

Similarly

Cor. xvi. 2, with

which compare Gen. xxxii.
i.e.

i*l^i

^s^^"|D> o/ what came into his hand,
].>.,(),!iO,

lohat

lie

could.

Part. fem.

S.

Luke

xv. 12:
^^^
*'*'

—used

in phrase s^imilar to
i.

the above, .^(nOjj|r:) U-fe^j

«^^^j 2

Tim.

12.

Similarly,
simi-

Hebr.

xi.

19; Acts v. 39; xxv.

.5

Part. Peil fem.
ix. 8;

jl^,

larly used,

Acts xxiv. 13; 2 Cor.
T
:

2 Tim.

ii.

2.

Chald. J^t3D or HDJD, Dan.
T
;

iv. 8;

vi.

25, kc.
.

.

,

sN'^O,
S.
7

at every time,
xviii. 1, 5.

always

— TravTore — The words occur separately,
p

Luke


7.

7

«iij..^iD, ready

eToifxo<;

— Pael

part. pass, of *J^Q-l -'^ ^,
2,

Was

good.

Pa.

'*">

>

^, see

note ch. xiv.

below.

^Cmi-QQlilJi, to hate you

fji.ta-e.lv

v[xd<;-

—Inf.
")

(following xx^SLmId) of

p.£D, see note, ch.

iii.

20.

— The

final

elided before the affix.

All

the Eds. read as above, except Schaaf,
8.

who

reads ^'•^

.

i

fr>Vn\-

orifl), go ye

up

dva/SrjTe

— Imperat.
Matt.

pi.

of ȣLCDJ,

Jsce?if/eo?.

Defective
i.

in the pret. 51.
xiv.
7

which

is

supplied by the verb
xiii.

.ri

Nrn

see note, ch.
S.
1

Put. .nCDI,

S.

2,

*kc.— 3.
•^

pi.

^OOmJ,
Rev.
iv.

Matt,
Inf.

22;
«
.

S.

Mark

vi.

45

Tmperat.
P

»nm,

.r^mVnX Rev.
Heb. pDJ,

xvii. 8

Part. *£linJ, Rev. xiv. 11.

fut. 1. sing.

pD^J, Ps. cxxxix.

8.

JsQ-^j,

is

fxdjilled—full come

TrcTrXrypwrat

—Yerb

Peal pret. Com-

pleted,

came

to

an

end, filled

up ; agreed or
iv.
.

consented, S.

Luke
John

xxiii. 51.
xiii.

Walked

sincerely,

Rom.
(for

12

Fut. I>q]Su«_3, S.
ch. xviii. 9,

18, (kc.:— Fem.

y^\>Z

.^n\^Z),

32.—

S.

JOHN
S.

VII. 8—12.

131
S.

Ver.

8.

3.

pi.

^V)\ >

1,

Mark

xiv.
iii.

49;

Luke

xxi.

24.— 1.
Luke

pi.

^ClLbJ,

Gal. V. 25; Phil.
S.

16

Part. :>ClL», S.

xxiii.

51:— Fem. ]V)\>,
>

Matt.

xiii.

14; S.

Luke

v.

36.— PI. masc.
15*

V^\«, Acts

xxviii, 25, &c.

—PL

fem.

^V>V'»^ Acts xv.

Prom

this verb are derived,
adj.

yi-^.»,

Perfect,

whole

— PL

def.

]SnAJi, whole burnt-

offerings, oAoKauTco/Aara

— Hebr.

x. 6, 8.

(ZnV)\
vL 15;
xiii.

»,
11.

noun fem.

def. Perfection: concord,

peace

— 2 Cor.
part.

Heb.

ih^,

Finished,

1

Kings viL 51.— Chald.

UJ^,
•o

Peil, Ezr. v. 16.
9.

Ol-ik

«

^, He abode
still,

e/Acivcv

—Verb Peal
oiCl23,

pret.

3.

sing.

-

<^ •-•-23,

Was

remained.

Pronoun
Imperat.
1

pleonastic, after a neuter verb.
S.


»

Put.

,^a.£U
1
I

Luke

xxiv.

29

Inf.

<^V^^,

Thess. iiL
<7),

Part. .^\k>, Phil. L 25; Hebr. iv. 1.
24.
Galilee.
ii.

—Fem. ]
10.
-i

S.

John xiL
said,

Transl. These things

He

and remained in
that, S.

^^\, as

it

were— oh
Luke

— In order

Matt.

13, 23.

That, Gr.

oTTws, S.

vii. 3.

11. 12.

CLIi_i|,

where is?
^*

irov eVrtv;

P-fe'j

murmuring

yoyyvo-/Aos

—Adverb compounded of 001 + |^ — Xoun masc. R. ^.^5,
def.

-\

2fur-

mured.

— —

OlA-l.^iD, concerning Him—Trepl avTov

— See note,
7r/\am

ch.

i.

15.

P^lD,

deceiving

— He

deceiveth
._».i..^|


.

Gx'.

— Aphol
Caused
aff.

part,
to

of "p.^,

Wandered.
into error.

—Aph. —Pret.
iii.

(2 Cor. xi. 3),

wander, led
11 Put.
pi.

3.

fem. A

K (^
aff.

with
S.

Rom.

\i\.

li^J,
^Q-i^^J,
S.

1

Cor.
S.

13:— with

Matt. xxiv.

4,

•tc— 3.

Matt. xxiv. 5 (see note there), 11,
i.

i-c- 2. pL
8

^^i ^\
fem.

James

22
ii.

Inf.

O^L^{a^,
1

Rev.

xx.

Part.
xvi. 18,

U-i^4k3, Rev.
coalescmg with

20.— PI.

masc. .-..I^Sd,
S.

Rom.
i.

&c.:—

^>j,

^JLaJL^i^D,

John

8.

132

S.

JOHN

VII. 12—15.

Ver. 12.

Efchtaiihal
...

.

i

S ^ZZf, Was deceived.
"^

Pret. 3. pi. Q_»JL^ZZt,
^
y

y

Rev.

xviii. 23.

Heb. Hiph. HJ^t^n* ^^(i
13.

astray, Ezek. xiii. 10.
]L.i, Bevealed.

A
.

I

.

\

..J

openly

— Gr.

Trapprjala

—Adverb. — R.
of |Lk») (S.

|AXjj>, fear

—t6v

<f>6fiov

— Def.

Luke

i.

74),

noun

fern.

Fear, terror, also Religion, reverence.
31,

— Constr.

A^-kj>, Acts

ix.

&c.—PI.

def.

VA^?>

S.

Luke

xxi.

11.— R.

^\j!*>, Feared,

reverenced.
14.
<*>

11

^'^
J

divided, were in the midst.

Transl.

But lohen
77817

the

days of the Feast divided,

i.e. loere

half over

Gr.

Se

T^s

kopTrj<i fx-ea-ova-r]^

Pret.

3. pi.

of

-.1

.-\^ (Rom.

xii.

3), Divided, distributed, cut in tioo parts; set at variance
.

Fut.
1.

..n\g^

1

with
S.

aff.

S.

Matt. xxiv. 51
35
>

;

S.

Luke
S.

xii. 46.

sing.

u^^H"
see
-

Matt.
PI.

X.

Part.
.1

\a^°^.
1

Luke
ix.

xii.

13 (where
Peil

note).
'

masc.
xiv. 4:

^'^,

Cor.
8.

13._»_Part.
. •

.1

^^,

Acts
xii.

S.

James
(

i.

PI.

masc.

u

*

^^,
S.

S.

Luke
. »

52,

Constr.

^^

1

.

1,

.it -i^, Gr.

St^j/vxoi,

James
Deriv.
-

iv. 8.

.

11

\ng^ noun masc. Division, disputing;
ii.

.....
xi.

hesitation, diversity,
def.

Phil.

14.— Def. ].A^a£), Acts

12.— PI.

].LSa^,

1 Cor. xii. 4, &c.

Heb. (Kal not used) Niph.
Chald. Jl^B, Part. Peil Dan.
1*
*
.

Jl/fi^,
41.*

Was

divided. Gen. x. 25.

ii.

^^LCD, literature,

letters

ypa'/A/i,aTa

— Def.

^

of

;

c^ro

noun masc. A
the Scriptures,

hook, writing, literature, learning.

PI. def.

]v^m,

2 Tim.

iii.

15; Hebr.
xl.

ix. 19.

Heb. ^3D, Ps.
ix.

8; Ixix. 29,
pl-

QnSpH,
iv.

the Scriptures,
vii.

Dan.

2.— Chaid. ^3p,
2.

V^pO,

Ezr.

15; Dan.

10.— R.

*l3D> Scratched, scraped, graved on stone

—whence,

Wrote

— Part.
xviii.

"iSb. Ps. xlv.
18:
1

— Syr. Pa. Shaved, Ethpa. Was shaven, Acts

Cor.

xi. 6.

S.

JOHN

VII. 16—18.

133
]i

Ver. 16.

.

.

1

c^\n

> ^

1/y doctrine

-rj

ifxrj

StSaK?^

—Noun with

aff.

cmVo

,

(S.

Matt. xvi. 12, &c.) noun masc. def. Teaching, instruction.


of

PI. def. ]i
17.

g^VA

"

S.

Matt. xv.
shall

9.

R. ,^lSI, Learned.

^^Z\fnV), knowing

— he —

know

yi/tuo-crat

—Ethpaal
^

part,
to

^sro, Was

foolish (Peal not used).

—Pael
7

vvnm Made
i.

un-

dersfand, instructed.

Part. pi. (with _J.>j), Col.

28.

—Ethpa.

\dLsdX
&c.— 1.

(S.

Luke

XX. 23),

Understood, considered.

Pret. 3. pi.

O^KsdY,
pi.

S.

Matt. xvi. 12,

&c.— 2.
xvi.

pi.

^L'^^^Ksn]]

ch. xiii. 51,

^hisD^,
Mark
S.

Acts
14.

10

Put. ^Z^IcQJ, S. Matt.
,

xxiv. 15; S.
3. pi.

xiii.

1.

sing. '^i^uCo'j

Acts

viii.

31.

^VnA'mi
Mark

John

xii.

40,

itc— 2.
ii.

pi.

^n\n Am7"

S.

Matt.

xiii.

14
S.

Imperat.

^i:^f,
14

2 Tim.

7.— PI. oXoZ^]^ S.
S.
i.

Matt.

XV. 10;

vii.

Inf.

CL^ZiLs^!^,
acrui'eros,
itc.

Luke
21.

xxiv. 45.
PI.

Part, with
,^

P, foolish,
S.

Gr.
13,

Rom.

masc.

»\nAmV),
From

Matt.

xiii.

with ^i-Kj, Hebr.

xi. 3.

this verb is derived the

noun masc.
*.

^\d<!iCD, Prudence,
i.

UK OiQSD, Rom.
Heb. (Kal not used)
Isa. xliv. 25.

20,

ifec.

Pi.

730, Made

foolish, 2

Sam. xv. 31;

18.

OT-l-i..L>

Z.C10*

^-!iO,

of his own mind
>

— of himself— Gr.

dcfi

eavrov,

rendered Ol.n
S.

^

1

S3 _Sd, ch. xvi. 13.

For ZOTS*

,

see note,

Matt,
I

xviii. 19.
iv. 32),

S3 (Acts

noun masc. Mind,
Def.

sense, opinion,
S.

under33, &c.

standing.

Constr. as above.

p

»

^V
|.l5,

Mark

xii.

PI. def.

P_Ll),

1

Cor. xv. 33.

— R.

in the signification

Desired.

H6b. |VJ^1,
Dan.
ii.

i)mVe— Eccles.ii.22.— Chald.
<fcc.

the

same— TViow^'/i^

29, 30; iv. 16,

]jQ-i^,

unrighteousness

dSixia

—noun

masc. def.

PI. def. ]Jcii, ini-

quities,

Rev.

xviii. 5.

Root, Arab. Turned aside from right.

Compare Heb.

Pi.

7!|J^,

Did wrong.


JOHN

134

S.

VII. 18-23.

Ver. 18.

OlIiJiiD, in Ins heart, Le. in
xii.

Jam

— Gr.

cV avrw

]*^S

(S.

Matt,
aff,

34,

(fee.)

noun masc. The James
iii.

heart. 14.

PI. of masc. form,

with
def.

lOn'i

n\,
S.

once, S.

— More usually of fcm.
ch. xvi. 6, below.
vii.

form

|i.d^.^,

Luke

ii.

35; with
Ps.
xii.

aff.

Heb.
ch.
ii.

:iS,

nnS,

3.— Chald. 1^, Dan.
masc. def.

28:_:inS,

30;

iv. 13,

»fec.

Q_i>,

a

devil

8at;itovtoi/

— noun

PI. def.

jCljj, S.

Matt.

ix. 34,

(fee.

22.

(Z.50^i,

circumcision

— Tqv

irepLTOfj.ijv

—Noun

fem.

def.

— R.

3Ui,

Cut of.


w.ai OT-llD (pron. mene-i), from him
pleonastic.

it is, sc.

from Moses

—OliiiD
— Part.
aff.

is

\OAjj —jJL., (pron. yoz^ritun) ye circumcise

Tre/Dtreyai/erc

pi.

(forming present tense

2. pi.)

of

5]_ii,

Cut, cut off; always in the

N.
vii.

T. in the sense of circumcised.

Pret. 3. sing, with

Acts
Inf.

8;

xvi.

3

Put.

3o^^,

1

Cor.

vii.

18; Gal.

ii.

3

jV-i^kiA, Acts XV. 5;
5l_,i.

— with

aff.

pleon. S.

Luke
vi.

i.

59

Part.
Peil

PI. masc. (passively)

Acts xv. 1; Gal.
Phil.
iii.

13

Pai"t.

r-^\-\t,

1

Cor.

vii. 18.

Acts

vii.

51

;

xv. 24.

— Def. — Def.
def.

lr-»l-ii)

5.

— PI.

masc. _J;_»^.,
this verb is

]v-»Ut, ch. x. 45.

—From

derived
|Z.)].-ii)

Houn fem.

An

island, as being cut off

from the

mainland. Acts

xiii. 6, ttc.

PI. def. 12.5^.,

Rev.

vi.

14.

Heb.

"^T^j

Cut, divided, Ps. cxxxvi. 13: also, Decided, decreed,

Job

xxii.

28.

— Chald.
ii.

*^]^,
etc.

part. pi.

p*lT^, ths deciders o/Jate,

astrologers,

Dan.

27,

23.

5]-.iLLd, being circumcised
TrepLToixTjv

he circumcised

—receive circumcision—Gr.

Xa/x/Sdvei

5LiZ|, Was circumcised.
Put.

— Ethpeel — Pret.
ii.

part,
2.

from the foregoing.
pi.

— Ethpe.
ii.

^Zji-iZ.], Coh

11. __

sLAj,

S.

Luke

21.— 2.

pi.

^Jl^Z.Z, Gal.

v. 2, tkc.

S.

JOHN

VII. 23—33.

135

Ver. 23.

Chald. Ithpe. ^Tiini^,

Was

cut of, Dan.

ii.

45;— and

in the

Heb. form,
N.B.

ver. 34.

Some

editions read

)LtAk),

Etlipaal.
fut. 3. sing, of |j_», Loosed.

|5Aj»_3, should be broken

Xv9-^

— Etlipeel
vii.

Ethpe.

fc_»3A-»(, (S.

Mark

35),

Was loosened,

dismissed, broken
xiii.

to jneces, settled.
pi.

— Pret.

3.

sing. fern.

Aj3Aj9|, Acts
fem.
pi.

43.
S.

3.

a^'^La]]

ch. iv. 23,

&c

Fut.

3. sing.

]}A^C

Luke

xiii.
iii.

16^.— 1. sing. ]iL^'(, 2 Tim.
pi.

iv.

6.-3.
vi.

^5Zl«J,
Part.

2 S. Pet.

10, 12.-2.

^jL»r,

S.

Luke

37

1^A«0^ Acts

xix.

39.— Pi.
iii.

masc.
11.
Lit.

^IAj^Ld,

ch. v.

38.— PL

fem.

^WA»<n

^

2 S. Pet.
24.

\^[^ <nfY^V?n,
ality

With
E.

acceiJtation

of

the person,

i.e.

icith parti-

— Gr. KdT
7
7

oij/iv,

V. according

to the

appearance
28;
S.

— The phrase
xii.

answers to the Gr.
7rf}oaw7roXr]ij/i.a,

viroKpiai^, S.
ii.

Matt,

xxiii.

Luke
7

1;—

Rom.

11.

«ilCQlD,

noun masc. of form Aph.
7

part. pass, of

»0£QJ, Took;

ID *^ffiV>, A
|aj. The faces, persons.
pref.

receiving, Phil. iv. 15.
xi.

See note, ch.

44, below.

The

CD

is

pleonastic.

For a similar phrase in Heb.,
X,.
26,

see Ps. Ixxxii. 2
PI. of

;

2 Chron. xix.

17
• O,
the riders

^\ m

\

ot

apxovTa

X7

'

«

t^, def.

.»I7 («'*'">
1

7.

(S.
111.

Luke
2,

XV. 25.)

An

elder, ruler, Bishojy, Gr. cVio-kotto?,
V.
1.

Tira.

7rp£o-/3ure/)09,

ch.

— Fem.

note, S.

Luke

ii.

36.— PI.

def. ]

form ^ " ^ r^,

constr.
S.

A «

.

» o^ see
2,

Matt. xv.

&c.—

7

H.
29.

<

g

O

<

a n,

TT^as o^t^.

CTlZ.Q^ r-^> yVoni
-ft

Him — Trap'

avTov

— Compound

preposition, with

affixed pronoun.
^
i>

32.

vQ-'^j they,

i.e.

the Pharisees


33.

pi_K»), the officers
\^

>,\d, a
whence,

little

— Gr. —vnr]piTa% —noun masc. {while) — (xpovov) — Adj.
ol ^OLpicraioL. pi. def.

fiLspov

Short,

small, light,
ch.
ii.

siv'ft.

Often used as an adverb, see note

12.


;

136

S.

JOHN

VII. 33—38.

Ver. 33.

^^j_Xd ^j-Xd,

distributively,

a

little

for every one,
:

ch.

vL

7.

Also in the following adverbial expressions
isO,lD \\
\\
. .

\n«-^ almost

— Gr.

iv oXtycj),

Acts xxvi.

28.
little

Vn
Gr.

(ILqo, almost, within a
ovTiti<;,

little, lit.

in the fulness of a
ii.

really,

quite,

E. Y. clean, 2 S. Pet.

18.

Buttle

Alex. Vat. and some otlicr
v^
>

MSS. read
from a

oAtyco?.

\-n jZ] ^-^, in

jjart,

lit.

little -place,

Gr. a7ro

\iipov<i,

Rom.
\\
>

xi. 25.

\f> ;-t^^, in
.

j)art,

Gr. a7ro

ix-kpovi,

2 Cor.

ii.

5.

»

m

Vo

V.

«

Voj

somewhat, in
{xipovs,
xi.

2)a7't,

Gr,
9,

ciTro

fiipov?,

Rom,
]1

xv.

2i; 2 Cor.

i.

U ^—U
S.

1 Cor. xiii,

12.
i

Fem,

i^O,

light burden,

Matt,

30.

PI. fem.

,^\

\n,

swift feet,

Rom,

iii.

15.

R. ^5Lr: ^"^^, Was
,

light, swift,

—occurring in the
o\o]
(followed
Part,
pi.

K. T. only in Aph,
by
.

'^^"j Lightened;
ship,

pret, 3, pi,

V^ ) they lightened the

Acts xxvii. 38

\n^

making

light of, insulting, Gr. TrpoKaXovfievoL, Gal. v, 26.

Heb. 7p, Light,

swift, Isa, xix, 1.

—As an adverb,
(J^, a_^,

ch. v. 26.


35,

%^0L,
. .

yet

—Gr.

en.

n

^

a particle used in interrogations or exclamations, but always
1

following another word, as (iOA, O
Lat.

V?,

— Gr.

firj

numne? num

forte?

— Compare

also the 7iam in

quisnam;

and the Germ,
]v!r)Vnv ^ "jZoj'ZjJ,
Ttoi/

benit, irc^t.

to

the places

of the nations

—Gr,

eis rrjv

Biatnropav

'EXXtJvwv.

|^i_l_*o, the

—For jZ], a — heathen,
Gentiles
(S.

region, see note, ch. xi. 54.

tous 'EXXr^vas

— PL

def, of

iSiLj^, def.

]<7M

..>

Matt,
S.

xviii, 17.)

One who
26.

is polluted,

profane.

— Fem.

def VZl21JL^,

Mark
viii.

vii.

Heb. &jn, Job
38.

13,

&c.— R. WH, Was def led,
def. of

Ps. cvi. 38.

VZojCJU, rivers
6, &c.)

iroTafioi

—PI.

5C7U, def. "JJOU

(S.

Matt,

iii,

noun masc. A

river, stream.

PI. abs, of masc,

form in the

S.

JOHN
7
1,

VII. 38, 39.

137
Mesopotamia,
as above.
vii. 10.

Ver. 38.

expression __»5aTJ ZL»>0, hetioeen the rivers,

i.e.

Acts

ii.

9

;

vii. 2,

But
ii.

it

takes the

feiii.

form in

pi. def.

Heb. ^nJ, Gen.
T T

10.

— CLald. ^IH^, A stream, Dan.
~
:

Def. 5<*inj, ^'^^JJ
17, 20.
"

t^*-^

river,

i.e.

the Euphrates, Ezr.

iv. 10, IG,

\9?rJ> slmll flow

peva-ovcTLv

—Put.

3. pi.

of

jj3

(Acts

xviii.

18, 22),
(S. INIark

Went Jm'ward, progressed, advanced ; journeyed hy land
X.

17), or

hy sea

(S.

Matt. xiv. 34).

— From
iii.

the notion of pro-

gression, it

comes to

signify, intransitively. Exercised, gave one's

attention, labour to

anything j

—whence, transitively. Caused
(S.
pi.

otJiers

to be exercised ; instructed,

taught (Col.

16), as Gr. TratSevetv

whence, again, Admonished, chastised
Pret.
3.

Luke

xxiii.

16,

22).
6, 13,

pi.

053, S. Matt. xiv.
9.

34.— 1.

^jj. Acts
with

xx.
S.
pi.

&c
xxiii.
1

Fut. Ij^J, Acts xxvii.
16,
V.

1.

sing. Ij?],
ii.

aff.

Luke
053,

22.^-1.

pi.

(j^,

S.

Luke

15

Impei'at.

Thess.
31.

14

Part. 153, S. Matt. ix. 20,
-_i53, S.

&c.— Fem.
:

]!?'; Acts

ix.
7

Pi. masc.
-^

Mark

vi.

48, &c.
.
1'

— coalescing with
James
iii.

_L.>j,

—L-i53,
^53

7

P

1 S.

John

i.

6

Part
iii.

^

Peil (53, S.

13.

PI. masc.

(actively), Col.

16: so Vienna Ed. and others,

while some read

Ethpeel
vii.

^?'._.53Z.j, Was
1.

informed, learned; loas chastised, Acts
ch. xxii.

22.— Pret.

sing.

L,pL'\,

3.— Part. ]pL^, Hebr.
1

xii. 8.

PI.

with

—J.>j,

and

inf.

Q_.33ALd,

Cor. xi. 32.
ii.

Deriv. |j053, noun masc.
05;iD, noun
2 Tim.
ii.

def.

An

instructor,

Rom.

20.

fern. Instruction,
1

learning;
x.

05^1:0 |J?> Unlearned,

23.— Def. llojjiD,
xii. 7, 8,

Cor.

11; Eph. yC ii—Chastise-

mSnt, Hebr.

11.
J^ct'id

Cogn. Heb.

HTl) T T

low,

had dominion
cvii.

over, Ps. xlix. lo,
ix. 21.

and
7 7

"1*1^, —T
.71

Descended, flowed down, Ps.

23; Deut.

39.

*>.».joA.»|, loas glorifl.ed
7

— iSo^daOr] —Ethpaal
7
,

pret. 3. sing, of ^xjJ::l»

(not used) Pa. wkk^I.*

Praised.

Ethpa. Was praised, honoured.
2 Cor.
iii.

—Pret.
W.
0.

3. sing. fern.

'LL^L»X,

10

Fut.

o^Zl*J,
18

138

a.

JOHN

VII. 39—47.

Ver. 39.

S.

John

xi.

4,

&c.— 3.
viii.

pi.

^Q_k>^ZL«J,

S.

Matt.
S.
iii.

vi.

2.— 1.

pi.

wkkT^A-bJ, Rom.
S.

17

Part. wK>,iDA.«,V?,

John
1.

xv. 8;

Luke

iv.

15:
1

— Fern.
Cor.
iv.

(kw«-.A

»^^
26.

2 Thess.

PI. masc.

,^_LoA^ji,
40.
.

10;

xii.

>mo\Vo^
V>;

//is

words
his

42.

aTi.5l

from
]Lh\

— Gr. tov seed— seed—
the

Xoyov.
(aff.

pleon.)

Ik tov aTripfjLaTo<;

VX5l, clef.
.T>
7

(S.

Matt.
S.

xiii.

18, &c.),
xii. 1.

p»)l, seeds,

sovm fields,
Gen.
i.

Matt.

..J —

noun masc. *SW/— PI.
Pv. VS5l,
ii.

clef.

Sowed.
43.

Heb.

y'lT,

11.— Chald. pT, Dan.
from


43.

.... -iio, Transl.

And

(that)

Bethlehem, the town of

David him-

self comes the Messiah.
I

u

.

^ division

tion, paj-t,

— u^iafxa—Dei. of Q_.t_X25, noun portion. — PL r " u ^'^, Rom. xvL
def.

fern.

Separa&c.

17,

R. ^,L^S, Divided.

Compare Heb.
5:

Hi!

/Dj

^

divisio7i, of the priests, 2
vi. 18.

Chron. xxxv,

—and Chald. the same, Ezr.
to fake

44

0001 Ajjo, Transl. And
vdshed

there

were

men

(i.e.

some) of them tvho

Him.
Transl.

46

^oALqId
^Aj_2i4

\j,

Never thus sjmke
Sin.

man

(son of

man) as

speaks this man.
47.
{^^^'

— The

MS.

reads ...ws outos XaXet o avOpwiros.
deceived?

%P^\ ^-»-^)»
2. pi.)

'^^^

y'S

TreTrXdvrjcrOe

;

—Part,
Ax^,
Matt.

(forming pres.

of {^ ^ (S. Matt, xviii. 12), Erred, strayed,
3. sing.

was
1

deceived; lay hid, escaped notice.—t^v^t.
ii.

fem.
S.

Tim.

14:— with
&c

aff. S.

Luke

viii.

47.-3.

pi.

oi^,

XV. 24; xvi. 5,

Put. "[1^, S. Matt, xviii.
iii.

12;— Fern. tl^Z"
xxi. 8

with

aff.

2 S. Pet.
iii.

8.-2.

pi.

^OL^Z",

S.

Luke

Part.

]I^,

Phil.

13;— Fem. ]t

v^

(for inf.), let her fall off, Gr. Ik-

Treo-civ,

Acts

xxvii. 32.


1

PI, masc.
iv. 1

-^t.

S.

Matt. xxii. 29,

«&c.

PI. fem. def. '\^'i\\,
S.

Tim.

Part. Peil
def.

U^,

fem. X*-^i^
xi.

Luke
'i.

xii.
^>.4
,

6.— PI.

masc.

^I^,

U-^.^, Hebr.

38.— PI.

ftMii.

Acts xxaI. 26.

.

S.

JOHN
S(^i.'(,

VII. 47—53.

VIII.

139

Ver. 47.

Ethpeel

.

i

Was enticed— 'Psivt. ]l^Ak?,
Ignorance, error,

S.

James

i.

25.

—From
]/o
>

this

verb

is

derived
fern.
ii.

V

^j

noun

def.

deceit,

Acts

xvii.

30, Gr. ayvoLa; Col.

8, &c.
xiii.

Heb. nytD (same as HVPl), once in Hiph. Ezek.
49.

10.

^

fjj, unless, excejJt

\Q-3|

^->-^. >i.N, ao'e

— Gr, dXXd. cursed— linKaTapaToi
*^J!^,
>

eto-i

Part. Peil

pi.

(forming

pres. tense) of

-^nx
^(

Cursed— See

note, S. Matt. v. 44.

N. B.

^Qj(

and

are nominatives

when they

represent the

subst. verb.

Transl. Unless this ino'ple, which hioiv not the law, are cursed:
Excejyt
tliis

peojile

which know not the law; accursed are they!

— Or, —
iii.

or accursed he they!
51.

»n

I

K>JSiO,

condemning, judging

—-judgeth— Gr.
Was
guilty.
3.

/cptVei

—Pael
^*~^
T>

part, (for
(Tit.

present tense) of «i:iajo »£1jo,
11),

— Pa.
Matt.
7
i

^

>.<.

Judged
pi.

guilty,

condemned.
S.

—Pret.
v.
aff.

7

j^l.

OT^j^kj, Acts xxvi.
Put. ^"^ T ^.
xii.
i

10.^2.
. .

^Aliri.*-*^,
S.

James
:

6
S.

fem.
3.

«-^ .

..>/^
7

Luke
aff.
7

xi.

31

— with

-2.

42.

pi.

*

^0

O
I

»

*vkJ
•X

,

with
I

ver. 41,

tfec-

pi.

^n
ii.

-x

.

k>Z., S.

Luke
pi.

vi, 37.

Inf.

on

,7
aff.

^>V>\, with
S.

Col.

18

Part.

masc.

^

n

t

K»i^,

Matt.

xii.

7

Part. pass.
S.

<n

i,.k»J^, S.

Matt.

V. 21,

22.— Pl.
Pi.
"

fern.

^nV .^,
man

Jude
'

ver. 7.

7.x
53.
,-».>.

Heb.

^"Hj ^iade

liable to penalty,

Dan.

i.

10.

\o,

every one, every

— Gr.

^^

eKao-ros

—The words are

separate,

p>j ^\d.

Acts

xvii. 27.

CHAPTER VIIL
be sufficiout here to remind the student tliat the first eleven verses of and the last verse of ch. vii. arc not found in tlie Vienna, nor in any Edition prior to that of Elias Hutter (Norberg, IGOO) who himself
It will

this chapter,

;

translated this and other missing portions of the N.T. into Syriac.

The

passage,

as

it

now

MS.

in

was supplied by Bp. Walton the library of Abp. Usshcr.
stands,

in the

Lond. Polyglott, from a

140
Ver.

S.

JOHN

VIII. 1—5.

1.

]Ll]y, of

Olives—rw
clef.

'E\ai(Si/— PI.

clef,

of VAjJ

(Kom.

xi.

17),

noun masc.
Heb.
2.

An

olive, olive-tree.

ri^T, Ps.

lii.

10.

jj^^jD, in the morning

—Gr.

6p6pov

—Def.

of

;^», noun masc. The

morning.
3.

[^£1^,
(S.

the Scribes

ol

rpa/xjuaTeis— PI. def. of

;

<=^m

def.

jjjaTD

Matt.

xiii.

52, &c.),

noun masc. One

skilled in written

Law.

Form

of part. act. of

i^SQ, Heb. *lSDj Graved, ~
T

inscribed:

— —

whence
Heb. ^SDj
8,

^

writer, scribe, Ps. xlv. 2.

Chald. "iSDj Ezr.

iv.

&c.;

vii. 12,

21.

Z.,joZ.Z.(5,

who was taken
of

— Gr.
7te?d

KaTetXrjfifievrjv

—Ethpeel
(S.

pret. 3. sing.

fern,

jlX, Seized,

— Ethpe.
pi.

.-LZZf

Matt. xxv. 10),

Was
Gr.

seized, detained;
§

vms
3.

shut, closed: for ,jo|Z(, see Cowper's

111 (2).— Pret.
ii.

oJ^U.^,

S.

Luke

iv.

25

Put.

jLLLj, Acts

24.-3.

pi.

^j_k.1Aj, Rev. xxi. 26.

|3q_>il_0,

i)i

adulter^/


,

iv fioi)(eia

— pO-i, noun masc.

def.

P.

5Q-«i

r-\t,

(Av. — »i>77^in
V)*-^

Committed adultery.
the midst

iv

fxeata

— Def
vi.

Ve•^
of

p»^l^, noun

fern.
is

The

middle.

— Constr. LLJiD,

S.

Mark

47, &c.

—Whence
iii.

derived,

^k-L^Lo, noun masc. def.
4.
1

A

mediator, Gal.

19, 20.

1-

vnmo
masc.
S.

0\C3, in the very

act —

i-TravTocj^wpw

— Def.

of ^Sorf),

noun

An
i.

act,
1.

deed; visitation, S.
7

Luke

xix. 44.

—PL

clef. ]jji5.Q.CD,

Luke

—R. ;ArD, Verformed,
— iviruXaro—Pael
iv. iv.

visited,

cared for.

Transl. This
5.

woman was

taken openly in the very act of adidtery.
pret. 3. sing, of

r^^, commanded
creed.

,C\^,

Visited, de-

Pa. Gave commandment.
pi.

— Pret.
18.— 1.
Luke
'^vith

1.

sing. Z,

O^,

Acts

xxiii.

30._3.
Put.
1

O^^ria, ch.
S.

15,
6-

pi.

yr^,
10.— 2.
Cor.
1 1

ch. xv.
sing.

24

,niu,
i.

Matt.
sing.
.'')

S.

iv.

jTiktL,
\A.

Tim.

3.— 1.

r^X^

aff.

xi.

34.-2.
11

n^oc^/^ Acts XV.

Tmpevat.

,-QS,

Tim.

iv.

Inf.

S.

JOHN
xi. 1

VIII.

5,

6.

141

Ver.

5.

OyA^ikA,
PI. masc.

S.

Matt.

Part. ^A^iiD, S.
iii.

John

xv.

U, 17.—

^pOASD,
20.— 3.
pi.

2 Tliess.

10:

— with ^J_k»,
31

ver. 4, 12.

Ethpaal ,.Q^Z.j, Was commanded. Pret.

3. sing. fern. 2. pi.

LrO^L\,

Hebr.

ix.

OrA^Zf, Acts

xxiii.

^ZjA^Z]",

Col. iv. 10.

Heb.

Pi.

^p£3> Mustered,

Isa. xiii. 4.


_jt.A01 ^^(r-^p, that such as these— Gr. ras Totauras
), that, Ju of

— compound
pi.

of

the object, the relative

5,

and

v*j|, So.
1.

^Q->tp,

loe

shoidd stone
3.

— Gr.

XidojSoXelcrOai

— Put.

of ^>Cl-t),

/Stoned— Pret.

pi.

nV),^.3,

with

aff.

S.

Matt. xxi. 35, &c
ch. xiv. 5:

Put. ^Q-i.p, Acts
ver. 59,

V. 26.

3. pi.

^V>..^1,
aff. S.

—with
xi.

aff.

below

Inf.

^^^ui^^;
xx.
6.

"^i^h

John

x.

31;

8

Part.

J>Q.<i5, S.

Luke

37

(as

A-L^jD, same

verse).

— Fern, — PL masc.

constr. Z\Sd-.5, S. Matt, xxiii."

_

>

V:)

.

5

,

S.

John

x.

32;

with

^•J-Kt) ver. 33.

Ethpeel :>a..5Z1,
xi.

Was

stoned.

— Pret.

3.

pi.

QiQ...jZ"j,

Hebr.
1.

37
.t/(

Fut.

3.

sing. fern. wj.k2^.5ZZ, ch. xii. 20.

Pret.

sing,

AV)

2 Cor. xi. 25,
DJI^,
— T

may

be referred to Ethpe. or Ethpa.

Heb.

Numb.

xiv. 10; Josh. vii. 25.
toe

Transl. JVow in the

Law

of Moses he commanded that

should stone

such as
6

these.

P-^-»

I

,

so that there
(.^(a<TL.

might

be to

them

i.

e.

that they might have

Gr. iva

— — —

A-KjA-^i,
1 >

down

%^^-\^f-

— See note, 48. —^Ethpeel He stooped— Gr.
KttTw

ch.

i.

Kvi/^as

part, of ^OT- • , Bent, stooped.

The Ethpe.

conj. has here a reflexive force, bent himself.
,

Fut.

1.

sing. ^OL. .Z"!
1

S.

Mark

i.

7.

001

%^l\::::Ld,

lie

was

writing, kept toriting
7

part, (forming imperf. tense) of

s^Ld,

—Pael Wrote. — Pa. %^Ld. —The
lorote
£ypa<^ei/
1.

7

Par. and Lond. Polyglotts read .'^AnVn
lleb. Pi.

Apli. part,
Isa. x, 1.

^Jn2> Wrote down, decreed,

1-12

S.

JOHN

VIII. 7—9.

Ver.

7.

o5Z^,
Pa.
S.
5

they continued

eTrifxcvov

—Pael

pret. 3. pi. of

5Z^
pi. pi.

(not used)

As

(ch. xi. 6),

Renmiued,
Fut.

lingered.

Pret.

2.

^Z.>Ad,

Luke

xxii.

28

5^,
ii.

Hebr.

xiii.

1.— 2.

^jLLL,

ver. 31,

below
iii.

Inf.

OjZiiLQ^L, Rev. xvii. 10

Part. jAijSd,

2 S. Pet.
.

4

;

1

S.

Jolm

10.— PI.

masc.

^5A^,

Acts

xxvii.

31.— PI.
Pi,

fern.

^Ank),

1 Cor. xiii. 13.

Heb.
xxxvi.
2,

1J^3,

/Surrounded,

Ps.

xxii.

13.

— Waited,

Job

L^-i_£)Z]

,

He

lifted

up Himself

Gi',

avaKv\\ia.%

of J^jm-Zi, Extended.
fern.

Ethpe. with reflexive sense.
dvoipdoidr],

—Ettpeel —
xiii.

pret. 3. sing.
Pi-et. 3. sing,
3.

bj^.MJ2^L\, Gr.

S.

Luke

13.^Fut.

sing,

fern, ._i_4-«-^2.2., vei\ 11.

OT-^>j

vlj,

Lit.

of
Sin.

oio

sin

—without
(ai.4-»^5 ^-

sin

—Gr.
John

dvafxaprrp-o?

Ol-^vjsj,

noun masc.
S.

—Def
li.

James
S.

iv. 17,

&c,
34,

PI. —jOT-^w^a,

Matt.

xii.

31.— Def. 1ji^,

jx.

&c.— R. ]^>^,

Sinned.

Heb. Xton, Ps.

7.— Chald.

^fOH,

Dan.

iv.

24.

Ir-A-}}

h^ shall cast,
.

let

him cast—^akiTw

— Fut.
pi.

3. sing, (for
.

imperat.)
.

1" ,_» (ch. xxi. 7),

Threw, cast away, down,

into.

— Pret.

3.

smg.

fern. Z°r^,
1.

with

aff. S.

Mark
19

i.

26.-3.
3.

O^,
1,

Acts xxvii. 38.
with
aff. S.

pi.

^r»,

ver. 18,

Fut.

pi.

^,

Luke
John

iv.
iv.
1 1 .

29
18:

Imperat. t-t,^, S. Matt.

iv.

6
PI.

Part.

(j_»,

1

S.

— Fem.
>

|-»j-»,
-1

Rev.

vi.

13.

masc.

^j-*-

Constr.

Vn

"^

-

'

•; they that throw with the right hand, spearmen,
xxiii. 23.
i.e.

Gr. 8e|toXa;8ous, Acts
9.

Q^|-» r^,
pret.

lohe^i they
3.

had begun,
..U

beginning

17
Loosed.

— Gr.
(S.
S.

ap^a/tevoi
iv.

—Pael

pi.

of

!;_»,

Pa.

^.i^^

.77

Matt.

17, &c.),
xiv. 69.

Loosened, began.
1. sing.

Pret. 3. sing. fem. Aj;-*, S.

Mark

tSr^,

ver. 25,
S.

below

Fut. Xr-»-^,

Matt. xxiv. 49

Imperat. "|^,
•7>

Matt. xx. 8
7
iii.

Part. 11.*iD, Acts xiv. 11.
7 7

PI.

7

^fjklD, with

,-J-KJ, 2 Cor.

1

Part. pass,

v-i;

aV),

S.

Matt.

V

S.

JOHN

VIII. 9—20.

143

Ver.

9.

viii.

6.— Def.
S.

tl;

«V),
iv.

cli. ix.

2, 6; S.

Luke

v.

24.— PI.

masc. def.
xii. 12.

UvjLk),
Heb.
Dissolved

Matt.

24.— PL
Loosed,

fern. def.

IaIv-^,
11.

Hebr.

Pi.

n^tJ^",

Jer.
;

xv.

— Chald.
v. 2.

Pa.

^'^^,

difficulties,

Dan.

v, 1 2

Begun, Ezr.

/jOnAj

,

I

she

was ?e/?.^Ethpeel
(S.

pret. 3. sing. fern, of .r>'~^

» Left.
^

Ethpe. *Q.oA_»j

Luke

vii.

43),
S.

Was

left,
ii.

was forgiven, of

sin.

—Pret.
S.
S.

3.

pi.

nO'^A.jf,
31,
2,

1
:

John

12

Put. ^ClC^LmJi,
(for
.

Matt.

xii.

32,

&c.

Fern.

.nA A>7"
S.

.

n«^A«;]
etc.
'

Matt. xxiv.
Part.

&c.— 3.
S.
S.

pi.

^OQ^LaJ,
xxiii. 38, &c.
xiii.

John

xx. 23,

.on^a^O,
23; S.

Matt,

:— Fern. ]no 'A«C->
masc.
.

S.

Matt. xxiv. 41;
vii.

Mark
v. 15:

2.


^,

PI.
7

ooA «
9.

i^

Hebr.

James

—with _S_kj,
takes
are
left,

2 Cor. iv.

— Those

forms of Ethpeel, in which
Ethpaal.
Chald. Ithpe.

L

by some referred to

p^W^,

Was

Dan.

ii.

44.

C7l_i5Q_KK^, she alone.
Transl. ver.
9,

— See note,
But
they,

ch. v. 18,

10.

when

they heard, went out one hy one,
the

beginning
(C7I_»Aj
(

from

the elders;

and

woman was
lifted

left

alone, being

fZi)

in the midst.

But when Jesus

up Himself, He

said unto the woman, Where are they?
thee ?

Hath no man condemned

11
14.

«

I

\i, Transl. Go, and from

this time sin

no more.
also Only, at least,
iv.

.^\, though

— — Comp. of
kuv
»fec.

.(

+ s^\

—Altho^tgh —

ch. xiv. 11,

—The words are written separately, 2 Cor. — Gr. Kara
rrjv crapKa

16;

Gal.
15.

i.

8.

Aj]jt_.,L^, after the flesh

—Adverb derived from
|j_3;_,»_i),

]j;^^,
pi.

Carnal.

PI. def. 1 Cor.

iii.

1, etc.

the same,

def Hebr.
•?>

vii. 16.

.U
20,

7

]Li Aj_C3, iu

the treasury

eV

tw ya^ocfivXaKLw
|l-t,

— Lit. house of treasure
aff.

— the prep. «^ understood.
Acts
viii.

Treasure; with

fern.

CJl].^,

27.

;

:

144
Ver. 20.
iv.

S.

JOHN

VIII. 20—29.

Compare Heb. *!T7^n
7:

^T^il,

the king's treasuries, Esth.

iii.

9;

—and

Chald.

J<*TJil, the treasures,

Ezr. vi. 1
y

T-:-

:— {<*Tiil H^S, T-:

treasure house, ch. v. 17.
23.

R.
lit.

TJJl,

Syi\ P~ii7 Stored
those

uj).

AjoAXj
KctTO)

-Jk3,

yrom

beneath;
cli.
i.

from

{who are) beneath
tliis is

Ik

rdv

— See note,
V),

48.

— Opposed
— Gr.

to


24.

^^^5
ii.

,

from

(those that are) above

e/c

twi/

avw

— See
is

note, ch.

7.

^aiiX

^r^

I

>

-^

s^^(^

unto you

cTttov

ovv vjxlv

ovv

wanting in

the Sin.
25.

MS.

N^lDJj L^i-»,
of began,
1. is

I

have begun

to sjjeak.

The verb

(-tj-*,

in the sense

found

in the following constructions

With

5

prefixed to a verb in the future; as in this passage;
as
i^
.i

2.

With
began

.A prefixed to the Infinitive;
to

«^ \

»-»r*>

-^^

wash, ch.

xiii.

5
>

3.

With
pluck,

a participle; as
S.

.i

\^

Q_»;.j, they

began 'plucking,

to

Matt.

xii. 1.

Transl. The

Jews say, Who
to

art thou ? Jesus saith unto

tlcevi.

Although

I have begun
you
26
to

speak with you, (26)
to

/ have

{yet)

much

co^icerning

say and

judge.
things

PIO> Transl.

And lohat

I have heard from Him,

those speak

I

in the world
(1).

— Gr.

ets

tov Koafxov.

0C7I pleonastic

— See Cowper's
19.

Gr. § 198
28.

Zqdoi,

thus, similarly
is

— Adverb — same
Him — Gr.
beautiful,
.-7
i>

as LOjd\, ch. v.

— 001

following
29.

pleonastic.

Ol^

i.^i_»5,

that pleaseth
3),

ra apeo-Ta aurw

— Part,
Fut.
;

of ;_£i_»

(Rom. XV.
pleased.
1

Was

graceful,

elegant;
6,

was pleasing,
7
•^ ;

Pret.

3. fern. Li.2i.», S.

Matt. xiv.
ver. 34.
«fec.

&c
sing.
:'=^

g^

« y

Cor.
10.

vii.

32, 33;
pi.

—Fem. wj;_£L»Z,
Col.
i.

1.

<^

»X. ^al.

i.

2.

^i^i^r,
7
T.

10,
viii.

1.

pi.

-y

Rom.

.

1,

&c

Inf

g^

» Vn\^ Rom.

10

xv.

8

Part.

))1.

masc. _j;.2L»,

2 Cor.

v. 9, etc.

S.

JOHN
|
,

VIII. 29—36.

145

Ver. 29.
Tit.

Ethpaal
ii.

-^L^

Made
verb

himself phasing
is

—Fut.
S.

3. pi.

^-g^ A m

y

9.

— From

this

derived,

I;.SQ_»,

noun masc.

def.

Beauty^ grace,

James

i.

11.

Heb. nSJ^ (with
Dan.
32.
iv.

^j;) Ps. xvi.
iii.

C— Chald.

^3^,

with ^j;,

24:— D^Jp, tIt:
of >;>»j

ch.

32;

vi. 2.

^d5j..k>J, (with

i'/ia^^

ma/je you free
;jv»,

iXcvOepwaei. v[xa?

—^Pael
A

fut.

3. sing.
/S'ei

afF.)

Was

free, (Peal not used), Pa. 5^jo,
viii.

/ree. Pret. 3. sing,

with

aff.

Rom.

2; Gal. v. 1

Fut. 3;-kkJ

Part, pass. 5^j^»JLd, def.

(3;.-k»,Ld,

used as a noun,

free-man, 1

Cor.

vii.

22.— Fern.

ver.

39.— PL masc.

def. "Jj^jILd,
vi.

Rom.

vi.

20.

Ethpaal
vii.

3;_KjZ.j,

Was freed, Rom.
ch. vi.

7:

—Fem.
Fut.
Cor.

Z.5;.joZ.j, ch.
3.

3.-2.

pi.

^LjILL]]
23

18,

22
1

sing.

fem.

^5t-KjZ.Z., ch. viii.

Inf o5,_kjA1q^,

vii.

21.

From

this verb ai'e derived the
jZoJfjvj, fem.
^ -J
»<•• -x
-x

nouns
iii.

def Liberty, 2 Cor.
7

17, &c:
viii.
_

—and
_

|50'^,
7
_

pi.

masc. def
-X

—the same, Rom.
doer,
i.

21.
7

33.

jZ.Or^^, service
Performed.
1"
-x

—Def. of 0^.L, nouu fem.
Whence
def.

Service, servitude.

R. ,*^^,

also

»

jiClL, noun masc.
Hebr.
13; S.
xi.

A

maker,
iv.

S.

James

i.

25

:

—with
Rom.

aff.
ii.

10; S.
i.

James
22.

23;

11.— PI. def

fjdiiii,

James

Heb.
Transl.
lit.

nn^^,

Ezr. ix. 8,

9.

Service has not been rendered (loorked) by us to

any man

Gr. ovStvt SeSovXevKa/^ev.

j)(_Kj

.

V

]

*^, S071S

of the free,

i.e.

free

— Gr.
^j^.
1

l\e.v6e.poi

PI. def. of ]5]-kj,

adj. Free, noble.

—Fem.

def

"IZjJjkj,

Gal.

iv.

22, &c.

PI.

masc.

—^j'fjo, Acts xvii. 11.

R.

5;_K»

Was free.
xxi. 8, 11.

Heb.

(pi.

only) Q^'-lh ^^obles,

Kings

Once DHiPl,
.§ecr.

34. 36.

?

0(J\ y^,

Lat. — Compare Gr. V)\n every one who — — See — — Conjunction, followed by if
Eccles. X. 17.
i^pws,

herus,
iii.

Germ.
16.

Tras o

note, ch.
>.

lav

The words are written

as one,

OOTJ

(

,

S.

Matt.

v. 1 3.

w.

c.

19

.

— A
S.

, ,

14G

JOHN

VIII. 37—44.

Ver. 37.

...

^^Sd,

Transl, Because in
ov X'^P^^ ivv/xLv.
vi. 7.

My
•X

loord ye acquiesce not, Gr.
.
P

on

6 Aoyos o

£/i.os

— ^Ajj —j-C^XD, pron.

sdj)hkitun.

See note, ch.
41.

]Zq_i_31

V>

j

of fornication

Ik Tropveta?

jZq_»_31,

Eom.

i.

29 (Vienna,

—Noun Reg. — but other
xiv. 33.
i.

fern.

def.

PI. def.

Editions read

]Zq_uJ1).

— R.

Pl, Committed fornication.

Heb.
43.
]i

H-l^Tj figuratively,

Numb.

V>

'^^^^.Sd,

w%.?


7

Siart;

— See note, —

ch.

15.

\0Aj1

.

v^nA

»^^

(pron. as one word, meshtauditun,
yivwa-Kerc
7

and

so written,

2 Cor.

xiii. 5.)

ye understand
1

—Eshtaphal

pres. 2. pi.) of VJ^,

Knew.
i,

Shaphel VJ5Q_», Manifested, announced,
7

7^
.-K

part, (forming

r

Gr.

iatjixavev.

Rev.

1

Eshtaph. ^ijoA^j (Acts

xii.

11.) Recog\

nized, understood, took knowledge of.

—Pret.
i.

3. sing.

fem. Ai^joA.*

Acts
2. pi.

xii.

14.— 3.

pi.

QJi.jc2L»T, S.
i.

Mark vi.
6

33;

S.

Luke

ii.

50.—
sing.
pi.

^Al^jo'Ajf, 2 Cor.
iii.

14; Col.

Put.

VijoL^,
ii.

1.

vj)oL»t, Phil.

10.— 3.
i.

pi.

^jo^l^J,

2 S. Pet.

21.— 2.

AljoA^Z^
44.
]
«

2 Cor.

13

Part,

^)0AaV), Acts
the

xix. 15.
tot) 8ta/3oXoi;

nVn
«
j
ff

l

^

^/^e

calumniator, accuser—

Devil

— Gr.


7
.!•

name
7

of Satan,
,

compounded

of

v^j,

part, of

^13 j. Devoured, and
.
(

xjr^

noun masc. 4 rending,
2.

onorsel

—The words occur separately,
•»
.

7

.. .
.

S.

Luke iv.

They
iii.

are also separately inflected, as
t\

7

^

;".D

i

\'-)
(

accusers,

2 Tim.
also
7 7
^

"We
as

find

and fem. ]»r-^ ^N"^], 1 Tim. the verb inflected and the noun with
3;

iii.

11.

affixes,

wjOIO*"^
i.e.

nXn

«. •

«
j

11

.7

_

i^

^jj,
S.

so

that

they

rm^ht devour His

morsels,

accuse

Him,

Matt.

xii.

10.

Also passively,
to

vjOIO*"^ cnX
i.e.

Q.\2)|Z(, his morsels
to

had been devoured
xvi, 1.

him,

he

had been accused

him,

S.

Luke

Similarly in Chald. Dan.

iii.

8;

vi. 25.

OlA^iJ, the lust

noun
R.

— (pron. pleon.) —Gr. ras fem. Desire, concupiscence. — Def.
•-hi'
,

iinOvfXLas

j-iJ

(Rom.
i.

vii. 8),

|A-i3,

Rom.

27, &c.

«-i(KHt'

Desired, lusted after.


S.

JOHN

VIII. 44—49.

147
the beginning is

Ver.

44.".

.

.

.

,-^> OCn, Transl. He

that (=

who) from

a

slayer of'men.

\LQ.^fD, a

lie

— to

i/^evSos

— Def.
22.

of dlD,^,

noun

fern.

Falsehood.
S.

(Z.a£:i;^)

(-».OJ, profhets
S.

of falsehood, false prophets,

Matt,

xxiv. 24

;

Mark

xiii.

Compare Heb. ^^5, masc.
T T

Ps. iv. 3; v.
liar

7.

001

U-ii?> {dagolau) he is false

—a

i]/ev(jTrj<;

cort

— Def.
S.

of ^-it>
S.

(Acts xxi. 24.)
X.

adj. Deceitful, fallacious.
i.

Fern. ]A^.^»5
jl:/.),

Mark
vii.

19.— PI.

masc. ^'.'S.^?, Tit.
fern.

12.— Def.
Tliess.
ii.

Matt.

15,

&c.— PI.

def.

TML/;?, 2

9.— R.

^o,

Was

melted, dissolved.

—Pa.

^i^*?, Deceived, lied.


46.

OldOf
n
7

K£i\, also (or, eve7i) the father

of it,

sc.

(

/

o

«^,

n

— Gr. kol 6
part, nf

Trar-tjp

avTov.

»m'OSo, Convincing
•DQD
Pret.
S.

— convinceth—Qr.
-n

eXcyxct

—Aphel
xvi. 8
Inf.

.mmn
K.7

.7
7>7

(not used).
1. sing.

Aph. »CQD], Explained, convinced, reproved.
.

Amnj

•".7

with
aff.

aff.

Gal.

ii.

11

Put. »CQaJ (or

.map)

Jude

ver. 15:
iv.

—with

pleon. S.

John

Imi^erat. .QQIj],

2 Tim.
9.
»

2; with

aff. S.

Matt,

xviii. 15.

AmnC^V
.0

Tit.

i.

—From
10
1
_

this conjugation is derived
7

mnVn
ii.

10
.

noun masc.
16.

def. .4 reprover.

Fem.

def. (A

^

mnV)
part,
3.

7

2 S. Pet.
I
7

49.

ij

S» V>, dishonouring
pl.
pi.

of f^»

,

—ye do dishonour— Gr. Despised. — Pa. i^t Treated
>

art/Act^cTe

—Pael
S.

loith contempt.

Pret.

0^1.
:

,

S.

Matt. xxii. 6
aff.

Fut. r^vJ,
xviii.
1

3. pl.

vO;A^, Acts xiv.

5, &c.

with

S.
pl.

Luke

17

33
Cor.

Part.
xii. 23.

^i» JiD,

^

Luke

xi.

45

Part. pass.
7 7

_i;_L^iiD,

.IV

Ethpaal.

;

^

(^r\.
ii.

Was
2

opjirobrioitslg

treated.

Px'et. v.

1.

pl.

^^i^.]"
Part.
pl.

1
-;

Thess.

Fut.

3.

pl.

^^I^^^^ ^cts
Pacl part,
is

41

V

tl^i

1 Cor. iv. 10.

From the

derived,
See.

^S«V>, noun masc. An
Pl. def.-]jp.IlD,

evil-speaker, railer, 1 Cor. v. 11.

Rom.

i.

30.

148

S.

JOHN
Transl.

VIII. 53—59.

"Ver.

53

|.Ln.1

—!aDO,

And

(greater)

than the Prophets, who

are dead.
54.

PI

.

K-«-^

*^, I honour— So^a^w — Pael
»

part, (forming pres. 1. sing.)

of ^^^kSl^ Pa.
glorified;

»-'.*^

«

(S.
S.

Matt. xv. 36, &c.) Praised, thanked,

sung a hymn,
Aj1.Cl»,
.

Matt. xxvi. 30;
xii.

S.

Mark

xiv. 26.
S.

Pret.
ix.

1. sing.

'77
^..'^

S.

Jolin
1^

28.

3. pi.

Qjo^riu*,
1.

Matt.
7 7
•»>

8,

&c

Fut.

«

S.

John

xxi. 19.
pi.

sing. ,_*a.r:x*|,
1,

with

aff.

Hebr.

ii.

12; 1 Cor.
7 7
..^ '-^

xi.

22.-3.

A>^ n
in the
' :

S.

Matt.

V. 16,

kc

Imperat.

^

77
PI.

Gr. 80s Sofav, S. Jolin
fern,

ix. 24, «tc.

Q_K»-0^, Rom. XV. 11
masc.
12;
7
.

Pai't. pi.

^.-«^

17*^.
;

— and
S.

with
ii. 7 7

aff.

same ver
?

Luke

13, 20, &c.

—with _L>j,
xvii. 10:
def. as

2 Cor.
«

V.
5

ix.

13

Part. pass. _kk£1.a1d, S.
iii.

John

Fern,

(^vo «^,

2 Cor.

10: Eph.
1 S,

v. 27.

adjective; as, fern. (z1lkkI:i.«.Ld,

Pet.

i.

—Used in 14; —
8;
iv.
ii.

an

PI. masc.

]jl£^«^0,
Heb.

S.

Luke

vii.

25.

Pi. n!l2^', Ps. Ixiii.

4.— Chald.

Pa. Dan.

23;

iv.

31, 34.


55.

ocn ^0T__^), that
».A.^
.
£>

He

is

our God
be

— Gr.
p

6tl

0€os u/awv
-

cctti.

PI
_

I0C7I,

/ should

— Gr.
of
'

Icrojxai
7


'

«

\ pleonastic.

p 7

l-^r^) «

—Def. *^rD, Lying, only in the N.T. — R. ^^p. Pa. ^^r^, Lied. Part.
lift,'"'

^ivcTTrjq

adj.

false.

Occurs here

i^DrliLD, 2 Cor.

'xi.

31; Gal.

i.

20.

Cogn. Heb. ^13, part. ^Ip, Ps. cxvi. 11. —Chald. l*!^, adj. Lying, fem. n!!"!^? Dan.
T

:

ii.

9.

» p

7

7

56.

JOOI i-KjQffiV), earnestly desired ~
_
_

— Gr.
7

riyaXXidcraro,
7
-

E.V. rejoiced

Pael part, (forming imperf. tense) of
7

«.>orn^ Desired,

longed for,
pi.

was
^^
»

loell

pleased.

Pael t-y^OSD,
Ki,

the

same. — Part.
ii.

masc.

67.

.

..1x77 —
>
1

KiOmV), with ^1
.

2 Cor. v. 8; 1 Thess.

8.

>

I

• V)Kt t^, son of fifty years,
TrevTrjKovra.

fifty years old

17 —_»_«l1Qjo,
\m-^,

Fifty

— Gr.

Heb. W^J2n,
59.
»

2

Kings

i.

9.

>

1^l\,

hid Himself

— iKpvjSi]— Etlipaal pret.

3.

sing, of

Lay

S.

JOHN

VIII. 59.

IX. 3—6.

l49
Also below,

Ver. 59. hidden. Ethpa. Became hidden,
cli. 7

lost to sight, invisible.

xii. 36.
7

— .... 'fd^O,

Transl.

And He
S.

passed through the midst of them, and

departed.

Compare

Luke

iv.

30. (Syr. Vers.)

CHAPTER
3.

IX.

^V^jAjj,

that they (sc. tlie
iVa
<^avi.p(X)6fi

works of God)" should
fut.
3.

he

made manifest

— Gr.

— Etiipeel
Was
pi.

pi.

of

\\^^, Sato.

— Ethpe.
1.

•_iI.>jZ]

(ver.

11, 15),

seen,

appeared; received

sight, sight

ivas restored.

Pret. 3. sing. fern. A_»]_k»Z|, Hebr.
X.

viii. 5.

sing.

La^L\, Rom.
Iv^Aj,
2.

20.— 3.
Luke
ii.

Q_.iaoZf,

S.

Matt.

xiii.

26,

cfec.

:—

Fern. .^jVi^Z], S.
S.

13 (without Ribui); xxiv. 11

Fut.

Matt. xxiv. 30, &c.

:— Fern.

lijoZl",

Rom.

vii.

13.—
Luke

sing.

lilK.Zr, S. Matt. vi.

IS.— 3.
Matt.
S.

pi.

fem.

^\Ltl,
pi.

S.

xxi.

11.

2.

pi.

^\^LL,
Part.

S.

vi.

1

Imperat.
xvii.

oiojZf,

Phil.

ii.

15
S.

lu^Ak),
41,

Matt.
masc.
i.

25,

&c.
S.

Fem.
Matt.

VIIjLZ^,
xxiii. 27,
4.

Luke
day—

vi.

42.— PI.

^fo^Ak),
20, &c.

28.—PI.

fem.

^\Ll^,
lariv
i.e.

Rom.

OCn ] V)V?

I

(

,

it is

rjixepa

—^So,ji],

clef

(V)Vn

.]

noun masc.

Day,

as opposed to night,

that part of the day (i>OQ_i) of
|lnLQ_.|£D, adverbially, in the

24 hours illuminated by the sun.

day-time, Lat. interdiu, oh. xi. 9, &c.
iv.

PI.

.

VnV)

.

(^

S.

Matt.

2;

xii.

40.
ix. 21.

Heb. Q^Vj ^y day, Numb.
6.

*d5,

He

spat
3.

— hnva-^ — Pret.
pi.

3.

sing, of

*n_D> »d5. Spat, spat out
Fut.

Pret.
3.

Qjoh,
S.

S.

Matt. xxvi. 67; xxvii. 30
x.

*O0p,

pi,

v9^iJ>
S.

Mark

34; S.

Luke

xviii.

32

Part. *d"J5,

pi.

^.»-D5,

Mark

xiv. 65.
xvi. 8.

Heb. Dpi, Lev.

— Cogn. p*lV Numb.

xii.

14.

150
..7
7

S.

JOHN
^
^

IX. 6—8.

Ver.

6.

W*^

..Oj

and made

xat

iTrotrjcre

—Verb Peal
with
13.
afF.
ii.

pret. 3. sing.

Formed,
Ethpeel
is

fasliioned.
v^*^

—Pret. 2
«^
.

sing. A_i.£;i4i,
1

Rom.

ix. 20.

ah
.

Was formed,

Tim.

—From

the part. Peil

formed

]A\

noun fem.

def.

A
,

mass, lump,

Rom.

ix. 20, 21,

&c.

^
f

'

^

,

clai/

irrjXov

—Def.

of ^-t-i

noun masc.
ii.

Chald. ptO, del 5^J^D, Dan.

41, 43.



7,
-

01-005

^j frnm. His
def. |JD05.

Spittle

—Gr.

Ik tov 7m;or/x,aT05

—Noun with

affix.

*Oo5,

R. *Q-0> *D3, above.
1.

Heb. ph,
fc_«_^0, a?ifZ

Isa.

6.

smeared the clay
-

o?^,

^\l.

Kat eTrexpto-c.eTrt

—Yerb Peal

pret. 3. sing. «>*Q_^

»

^^

Smeared upon

—here and
3,

ver. 11, only.

«

'


I

;

wash —
'

-

,1

«

I

{in

1

Tim.
Mi
'

V. 10.

X.7

o

«(^
I

^

- .1

'

»/

ver. 9.

ch. xiii. 5
S.

—Aphel imperat. of ^td.* ^^j^, Ruhhed. Aph. Washed. — fem. A •j^ A — below; — ^ _ » Fut. John Rev. 14 — 14 —Inf n — aV^N, ^ * ^, * Part, u — masc.
vLif/ai

this ver.),
1.

Pi-et.

sing.

,.

>

sing.

.

.

.

m.\

ver. 15,
I
>

xiii. 14.

3. pi.

vii.

-

.i

^

,

S,

xiii. 10.
-X

2.
D

sing.
.

-X

X

,

7

2.

pi.

.i

i

•/., ver.

ii

'

c^^- ^iii- 6, 8.

PI.

»

.i

>

^^,

Matt. XV.

2,

&c

Part. pass.
basin, S.

-

.i

«^,
5.

fem. def

I

U
!

*^j

used as a noun,
S.
8.

A
S.

John

xiii.

PI. fem.

»^,

Matt. XV. 20;

Mark

vii. 2, 5.

»_i(nQ.Cid.», /«s neighbours

—Gr.

oi yctrovc?
i(j/iO

PI. (with

aflf.)

of '*^*^ *,

def [£1C1*, noun masc. Owe
]£i£ijj.

is

near.

PL

_i_CLCi.», def.

—Fem.

def.

"JAiUCLD,

pi.

def

]aAA«
he

with

aff. S.

Luke

XV.

9.
.


»

. 7
'

....

'

\

lo, Transl.

And those
to beg,

by

whom

had been

seen.

jocn 3r>j), that he used
^v.

or that he was a beggar
all
rjv,

— Gr. on tu^Xos

The
S.

Sin. Vat.

and Alex. MSS.,
ort Trpoo-atTv;?

the principal Versions,

and

Chrysostom, read

and

this reading is pre-

ferred

by Grotius and

Mill.

S.

JOHN

IX. 9—16.

151
Surrounded; whence
solicit

Ver.

9,

Part,

(forming impeif. tense) of
sc.

5,_»j,

the idea of begging,
alms.
its

going about hither and thither to

(See note, ch,

x,

24 below, when

this

word

first

occurs in

primitive meaning.)
Infin.

jpK^V^N,

to beg, S.
iii.

Luke

xvi. 3.

Deriv. |50r.Kj,

noun

masc, def.

A

beggar, Acts

10.

— —

OOCn

i;V)|? A_»(, there were

some that said

pjDj jibrldD, he is like,

lit.

in similitude

—some said— aXXot he — Gr. —
is like
o/Aotos

eXeyov.
Inf.

absolute

(i. e.

without pref

X) and

part,

of

|LD5
iii.

,

Resembled.

Compare a
l!^,J,
xi.
1

similar construction in
^QiDjZ", S. Matt.
vi.

Hebrew, Gen.
Part. fem.

4, &c.

—Fut.
Matt.
fem.

2. pi.

8

ULdj,

S.

16,

&c.— PI.

masc.
vii.

^^

i

V)?,
13.

S.

Matt, xxiii. 27,
(

&c.— PI.

,^

V>?, S.
ii.

Mark

8,

Deriv.

»

^";,

masc. def Form,

Rom.

20; Rev.
T T

ix. 7;
cii.

Gr.

fx6p(fi(ii(n^, o/xo6w/xa.

Heb. nf2l, Ps.
Transl.
like

7.— Chald.

;^J2l, Dan.
T
:

iii.

25;

vii. 5.

And
him.

there were

some that said,

[others said),

No, but he

is

—So the
were
Opened.
S.

Sin.

and Vat. MSS.
pret.
3.
pi.

10.

u_»_*jZ\^Z.|,

opened— avetoxOrjaav— Ethpaal

fem. of
3.

K>^L2i,

— Ethpa.
wash in

*>jA2)Z.|,
etc

Was
Fut.

opened.

Pret.
3.
pi.

pi.

a>j2vi)Zf,

Matt. XX. 34,

^tkiL^,

fem.

^jIA^Aj,
11
14.
v>l,

S. Matt. XX. 33.

Transl. Go,

the waters

of Slloam.

k>oA2),

He

opened

— avew^ev — Pael
Fut. ooA.2U,
S.

pret. 3. sing, of
2. sing.

ooAS), Opened

Pa. the same
Inf.

kj^Ls^L, Acts xxvi. 18

O^^AiiSn!!,

John

x. 21.

Heb.
.

Pi. ri)^3, Opiened, loosed, Ps.

xxx. 12; cxvi. 16.
7

7

_

16.

(_»_4.»-»,

a sinner

a/xaprwAo's

—Def
38;

P

of
S.

-

'[)'';

noun masc.
37,

— Fem. def
masc.

\LJ^,

S.

Mark
[

viii.

Luke

vii.

39.— PI.

^_a-»_4>j, def
T

»

5

^>; ver.

31, below,
xiii.

etc.

Heb. XtSn, ix. 8.

A

sinner. Gen.

13.

— R. — Fem.

J-^uk*,

Sinned.

,1X22)1,
T T -

Amos

152
Ver. 17
21.

S.

JOHN

IX. 17—32.

'^]

,

Traiisl.

He

saith unto them,

I say

that

He
i.e.

is

a Prophet.
is

«_»aiQJ-*-^ <TLA ^\^, he has entered upon his years,

he

of age

— Gr.
7

-^XiKLav ex^L
7

22.

OOCn
~

Q.Q.CC12), they

had decreed
^

—cn^ pleonastic. — Gi\ o-wcrc^etvTo — Pret.
...

3. pi.

(foi*m-

ing pluperf. tense) of -i^mg^
termined.

(cli.

xviii. 26), S.

Cut
7

off]

decided, de-


•X

Pret. 1. sing.
.

AnUlS),
xiii.

Mark
1.

vi.

16; S.

Luke

ix. 9.
iii.

2.

pi.
i.

^Amn^,
9
1. sing.

7

Acts

46.

pi.

^nmc^ Rom.
with
aff. S.

9;

2 Cor.
xiii. 9.

Put. JDOJCD-SU,

2. sing.

^QSn^H,

Luke
Gal.
^

V.

12.

— —

*OQj:n^l, 2 Cor.
S.

xi. 12.
vi.


35

3. pi.

^nroc^^

2.

pi.

,nom^7
nmg^^
g.

Luke

Imperat. .n ome^

S.
pi.

Matt.
masc.

V.

30
.

Inf. abs. JD_CQj2lk), Gal. v. 12

Part. ȣiai25,

Matt. xxi.

8,

&c

Part. Peil

.o

.

mg^^

Acts XX.
*
j

16.

Deriv. »0-CD^,
£>

noun masc.
(>

Gr. KaTaTOjxrj, The concision, Phil. def The section, place of Scripture
.

iii.

2.

-X

pnmc^i noun masc.
^

— Gr.
*^,

77

Trepioxji] Ti?? 'ypa<f>f/<s,

Acts
fern,

viii. 32.

1

A

n

V

m

<?•>
^

noun

pi,

def. as

an adverb with

pref.

Concisely, briefly.

Acts xxiv.

4.
if.

Transl.

For

the

Jews had

decreed, that

..they tooidd

put him out

of
27
28.
•x

the synagogue.

P-^>
•_i(nQ.jL_K*f

Translate,
7
,

What do ye
_

loish to

hear

1
, ,

they reviled
of
|,>j»

him

,

with
3.
1)1.

aff.

(not used).

— — Pa.

l\o\^6py\(jav

avrov
,

— Pael
S.

pret.

3.

pi.

vu-kj*

Beviled, cursed,

—Pret.
Pet.

Ojujof, Acts xix. 37
vii.

Part.

pj^JiD,

Matt. xv. 4;
ttc.

S.

Mark

10.

Ethpaal .-jujI^*]^ Was
ii.

— PL masc. —h-jo^Sd, Acts —Part.
reviled.

xix. 9,

\L^.^,
Tim.

1

S.

23.
,

Deriv. |Aj_K»Of

noun

fern. def. Reviling, reproach, 1

v. 14, &c.

—PI.
32.

def.
^

VaII.0.
it

,

Eph.

V. 4.

A vVn A •]

was

heard —

i]Kovcr6rj

— Ethpeel
(ch.
xii.

pret.

3.

sing.

fem. of

^ikl*, Heard.

Ethpe. ^iloAj")
3. pi.

28, &c.),

Was heard;

obeyed.— Vret

Ol.'^L*]] Hebr.

xi.

31.— 2.

pi.

^A^A*]*

S.

JOHN
&c
i.

IX. 3:2—41.

X.

1.

153

Ver. 32.

Eom.

vi.

17,

Fut.
5,

Mk)A^J,
pi.

S.

Luke

xiL

3.-3.
12, 16

pi.

^SV>L«J, Rom.
iQiperat. pi.

&c.— 2.
,

^OIIdAjZ' Rom.
1,

vi.

O SV)Aj'|
Part.

Eph.

vi.

5,

&c
6

Inf.

n

vVri A

» Vn \

2 Cor. xi. 19
1 Cor. V.

u^A«Vn
.

S.

Luke xvii.

:— Fern. ]v^n'A«C>
fern.

1.— Pi. masc. ^ VV)^«V), S. Matt. vi. 7, &c.— Pi. From this conjug. are derived 27. —LLoAjtkJ, S. Mark
i.

]i
iii.

vV>A«Vn

adj.

Obedient— Fern.
]iCC^X,.V.

]

.

i

vV>A«0^.
i.

S.

James

17.— Pi.
j/o
1

masc. def.

1 S.

Pet.

14.
vii. 1.5
;

vViA « V>^ noun fem.
]j,

def. Obedience,
v. 19.

2 Cor.

Hebr.

v.

8.— with

Disobedience,

Rom.

Chald. Ithpaal ^^Jl^i^,

Ofteyec?,

Dan.
this.

vii. 27.

33 36

f...

n » ^n

|Jj

Transl.

^e cowW

woi do

H-^j Transl. Ife that was healed answered and said,
\\<^ in

d:c.

38
39

Transl.

And

he fell {and) worshipped Him.
the

cnJ_ir_ik, Transl.

For

judgment of this world

am I come.
yiviavTai

^V>m

1

might become
of PDTO,

be

made

3. pi.

Was

blind,

—blind — Gr. ru^Xot became —Pael
blind.

—Fut.

vjlIsQCD, Blinded,

1 S.

Johnii. 11.
is

.007
41.

wjOI (Lq.»_D, (pron, Kai/omoi.)
~
7

permanent, remaineth

/aci/ci

.007

of I>Q.»_D

1

Tim.

V.

12, &c.) adj.

Firm,
all

sure, stable, safe.

— (Fem. — Def.
Rose.

PiQ.*j3, 1 Cor. iv. 11, ]!iaI_D.

where however
r> 1

the pointed editions read
6.

PI. masc.

^ >^'

Cor. xv.

R. isOQ-O,

Uin,

Chald. D>D, Dan.

iv. 23.

CHAPTER
1.

X.
VijZ,

\^^L
'

,_l2),

by the door
def.

8ta tj/s 6vpa<i
cli.

— Def. of
etc.

noun masc. A

gate,

door—V\.
ojyen.

}i)Z'

xx. 19, 26,

R. VJjZ, Opened, clave

Hel).

^y^,

Ps. Ixix.

13.— Chald. pri,

I^'^i- "• ^"^^

»"• 26.

w.

V.

20


154

S.

JOHN

X. 1—5.

Ver.

1.

(;

t

/)\, into the fold

cis

rrjv

avX-qv-

];

«

^;

noun masc.

def.

occurring here and ver. 16, only.

Heb.

— —

»007
\'~\\

,

rrn^lOj fsm. T •

An

enclosure, fortress, Ps. Ixix. 26.

.

a

thief

,

kXc'tttt^s

—Noun

masc,

def.

....0

7

PI. def.

('^^ «)

ver.

8,

below,

— E.

-'^^ ., Stole.

Heb.
~,

^3?!,
T ~

Exod.
Ajycrriys

xxii. 1, 6, 7.

p >

7

(CY)

.1,

a robber

— Noun masc.
,

def.

»..

07
-

PI. def.
a.

\<^

..j

ver.

8,

below.

—P.

»CDC1...

-

<y>
r

t

J

Investigated, searched

house for 2)lunder.
7 7 ..-«

7 ..1>

Occurs in Ethpaal »CDQ-tZ.|, Fled for refuge,

pret. 3. pl. arDa-iZ.|,

Acts
2,

xiv. 6.

1. pl.

^a-.Zf,

Hebr.
ia-Ti

vi. 18,

OCT

tj-l»3, is the

shepherd

iroifji-qv

— Def.
j-Ll,?,

of
ver.

\l^j,

part,
&,c.

of p^J,

Fed

(see note, cb. xxi. 15)

— Def.

11,

used as a

noun,

A

shepherd.

Pl. (of fern. def. form)

JZ.CLL), S.

Luke

ii.

8,

Z.Cli>.

Compare

jZ.d£D(,

from ]ni]]

def. li-Cof.

Heb, nyh)
.
^

part, used as
,

a noun, Ps.

xxiii. 1.

.7

7

o

3.

Pi.5Z.

p^,
cb.
ii.

the ijorter,

lit.

Ae

^/irti

X;ee^;s

<Ae door

^

o dvpmpos

^

— See

note,

10.
to

Transl.
5.

And

him

the 2'>orter ojoens the door.
(1 S. Pet. iv. 12),

(j^JDQJ, the stranger

—Gr. aWoTplta — Def. of ^.j^^QJ
alien, foreigner.
6.

noun masc.
land.

An
vii.

Fern, def

JLUf^QJ, a strange
ii.

Acts

Pl. masc. _j_jVIDQJ,

Eph.

12, &c.

—Def.

"lIv^OJ, S. Matt. xvii. 25,

26.— Pl.

fern,

def

'(H^'iC^Q^, strange

words, Acts xvii. 20.

Heb.

nil T

Deut.

xvii. 15. H^^IlD!!
T

;

;

T

THX, Exod. V
I

ii.

22.

V

yo-^, feeing
is

thei/ will fee, so. {.'UL,

wbicb though mai-ked with Ribui
iv.

sing, in construction

— sec
ii.

note, eh.

12.

c{i€v$ovTai

— Part,
Matt.

fern,

of »DjJL (S. Matt.
xii. 6,

14),

Fled.— Pret.
Matt,
ii.

3. sing.

fem. AjD;A,

Rev.

Ac— 3. pl. CLD--L, S.
sing.

viii.

33,

&c

Put.

»D0;^,
S.

Eev,

ix.

6.-2.

sOO-^H, Kom.

3.-3.

pl.

v9^J-^,

,

S.

JOHN

X. 5—12.

155
Impcrat. sOO'rL,

Ver.

5.

xxiv. 16, &c.
S, 7,

2.

pi.

^CLD^l^Z, ch. xxiii. 33
ch. x.

Matt.

ii.

13.— PI. CLOO}^,
*CiiJ^,
ii.

23

Inf.

.o 'vO^V

^

ch.

iii.

&c

Part.
i.

ver.

12,

13,

below.

PI.

masc. _»_D;i.,

2 S. Pet.

4;

18.
3.

Heb. pIV, once, Job xxx.
Transl.

But

the stranger the sheej) will not follow, hut...for they

know

not the voice of the stranger.
G.

|Z(l£), parable
PI.
clef.

r-qv napoi/xLav

— Noun

fern. clef.

A

proverb, similitude.

IZU^,

ch, xvi. 25, &c.

E, jla, Exjjlored, searched.

8

^JT_iDO,
Trpo e/xoS

Transl.

And

all ivho

came are

thieves, &c.

The words

are wanting in the Sin.

MS. ;

as also in the Vulg. and

other Versions.
9.

Jj-L5, pasture

vo[j.iqv

—Noun
Kings

fern.

—R.

Pi5, Fed.

Heb.
10.
»::2Q_1_ML_3>,

^j;"), 1

v. 3.

that he

may
Pret.

steal
1.

to steal

Iva.

KXiif/rj

—Put.
2 Cor.

3.

sing, of

*liJ_^, Stole.
3.
pi.

sing.
S.

A^O-T., with
Matt, xxviii.
pi.

aff.

xii.

16.—
sing.

nm

^, with

aff.

13
,.

Put.

2.

»r:iQ_l_^Z", S.

Matt. xix. 18,
ii.

&c.— 3.

^^i

y Rom. ^
»

ii.

21.
^


S.

Part. ^^^i^Hi, I^om.

21; Eph.
»

iv. 28.
'

PI. masc.
i.

"^

,

Matt.

vi.

19,

20.— Constr.
def.

A

i

1

Tim.

10.— Derivative,
ix. 21.

I^lJO-.,

noun masc.
::iil,

Theft.— 'PI

def.

l^JO^i, Rev.

Heb.

Gen. xxxi. 19, 30, 32.

-T


12.

r-»A-i5

^,Sd, something of abundance

that

which

is

abundant

— Gr.

irepia-a-ov
!;_»_.. j,
tJie

—See

note, ch. v. 20.

hireling

—6

/xtcr^wTo's

— Def.

of

r-»-iil>

part.

Peil of ;-.(,

Bargained
noun,
S.

(see note, S. Matt. xx. 1).

Used

in the def. state as a
S.

A

mercenary, one hired.
XV. 17.

PI. def.

j'^-i-ii|,

Mark

i.

20;

Luke

yO)]}, the

wolf

— Tov
A

XvKov

— Def.

(once I^JJ, Rev.

xiii.

2),

of *^]^,

noun masc.

wolf.

PI. def. I^)"!?, S. Matt. vii. 15, &c.

Heb. )3XT, Gen.

xlix. 27.

j

in Syr. taking tlie place of

t.

156

S.

JOHN

X. 12—20.

Ver. 12.

\*^^
sing.

^

scattering

— scattereth—
Luke
i.

a-Kopiril,u

—Pael
23

part, of

^^
26

(not
2.

used), Pa. b^Ci (S.

51), Dissipated, dispersed.
24.
S.

Pret.

Zjj^,
,

S.

Matt. xxv.
xii. xi.

1.

sing.
xi.

Zjy^,

ver.

Inf.
pi.

n; °«-^<vn

S.
S.

Matt.

30;
52.

Luke

Part.

pass.

^IjT^lSd,

John

Heb. ^T3, Scattered, Dan.
Cogn. ITS, Ps. Ixxxix. 11;
—T

xi. 24.

Pi.

1)2,— Ps.
Pa.

Ix^dii.

31.—
iv. 11.

liii.

6.— Chald.

^13, Dan.
Peil of

13.

OlX

V\

>

h *~^

|J,

he careth not

ov /neAct aurw

—Part.
S.

^^.^^

(Hebr.

xi. 12),

Whs wanting,

ceased, rested from, teas lazy

—Put.
Part.

^^^^

Part.

^\|^,

1

Cor. xv.

24; 2

Pet.

ii.

3

:— Fern.

114^, Acts xix. 27.— PI. masc.
Peil, at leisure,

,_iA4£, Acts

v.

38

and therefore

able to give one's 7nind to

a

thing,

thus, caring for.
rei, to be intent

Compare
on a
thing.

Lat. vacare, to he at leisure,

and vacare
object,
>

With

dat. case,
xii. 6.
iv.

and ^JL of the
dat. case,

when

a noun, as here and in ch.

With

and

of

the object,
X. 40.

when

a verb, as S.

Mark

38, or clause, as S.

Luke

Heb. Sb3, Eccles.
16

xii.

3.— Chald.

^LD3, Ezr.

iv. 24.

loaiZo, Transl.
Shepherd.

And

the flock shall be all

of

it

one,

and one

17.

m

.

ofTi'l

..,.>, that
aff.)

I may
7

take

it

Iva Xa/3a) avnyV
i.

— Put.

1.

sing.

(with fem.
18.

of .mCQJ,

see note, ch.
it

16.
it

m

.

Vn

.

rnj^

that
fut.

I may
1.

lay

doion

to

lay

doion

—Gr.

Oelvai armji^

— Aphel
Aph.

sing, (with fem. aff) of

^OCD
1.
.

Ul£D, Placed—

Jxa-iJc], Deposited.

Put. ^aO
Iviokqv

i

m

1,

sing. i^lj-Eo].

I

^.O Qg^

)

commandment

Trjv

— Def.
S.

of

,jDC12

(Tit.

ii.

15),

noun masc. Authority,
S.

decree, edict,

command.
Matt.
v.

PI.

^

>

...

1,

.

O Cia,
Jl£i,

Matt. xxii.

40.— Def ]j^^a^,

19,

d'c— R.
and
in

Commanded.
20.

p.^

h *^, He
3.

is utterly

mad— Gr.

/xaiVcrai

Infin.

abs.

pret.

sing, (sec note, ch. ix. 9) of ]jL»,

Was changed, changed

mind

'

S.

JOHN

X.

20— -24.
2. sing,
1

157
A
i

Ver. 20.

for the woi'se, deranged.
1. sing. 2. sing.

A

.

1

« ver. 25.

—Pret. — Q-l_»,
3. pi.

>

»

Acts xxvi.
Fut.

24.

Cor. xiv. 23

p_«J,

]j_»Z" Acts xxvi. 24
tales,

Part. "il_»,
S.

pi. fern. def.

"|AIJL»,
.1>

used as a noun, idle
X
7

Gr. X-^po^,

Luke

xxiv. 11.
X7
• >

Pa. «-!-», see note, ch. v. 24, above.

Ethpa.
pi.
.

i

A »]
»
^

jy^g

changed, Acts
iv. 14.

vii.

16; Hebr.

xi.

5.

— Part.
18.

•^7
i

A • V*

Eph.

Heb. n32J^> Was, became, changed, Mai.
Chald. 5<J2^, Dan.
T
;

iii.

G.

Lam.

iv. 1.

iii.

27; v.

6,

9, vi.

Was

different

from,

\t2} ch. vii. 3,

&c.

21.

pQ_t)), of

Mm

that hath
PI. def.

a

devil

Saifiovi^o/jievov
iv.

— Noun masc.
cyxatVia
Col.
ii.

def.

A

demoniac.
22.

IjoJ?,

S.

Matt.

24, &c.

jZjQjvjj
j)p»,

Ijj^, the Feast of the Dedication
def.

to.

noun masc.
fii.

A

festival.

PI.

def.

"Ijji,

16.

— R.

5Q-L
|Z.jQ.aj,

Was

accustomed.
def.

noun masc.
,_»v»,

Z.'R
7..1>'
Z'7 r-»^L\,

A
7

dedication, renewing.

Pom.
Is

xii.

2; Tit.

Pa. Z.,>a (Hebr. x. 20), Renewed, restored, revived.
..?

y

Was renewed
vi.

Fut. Z.j_»oAj, Eph.

i.

10.

3.

pi.

^Zj-joAj, Hebr.

6.-2.

pi.

^I.J^L£, Eph.

iv.

23

Part.

Z^^Ak),

2 Cor. iv. 16; Col.

iii.

10.

Compare Heb. ^*in> ^he new moon,
V

Ps, Ixxxi. 4.

E. ^'iM, T

Wa^

neio.

Pi. t^'^T},

Renewed, Ps.
def.

li.

12.

|oAcD, tvinfer

x^'-H-^^

— Noun masc.
S.

Bad weather,

S.

Matt. xvi.

3.

—PI.

def.

loAm,
T
;

Luke
Sol.

xxi. 11.
ii.

Heb. inO, Song of
24.

11.

*-t0105rJo,
~
.*

came round about
.

Him — iKVKXwa-av
20.— PL

airov

— Pret.
Matt.

3.

pi.

(with

aff.)

of

Jf^yj,

Surrounded, see note,
xxi.

ch. ix. 8, above. S.

— Part.
viii.

Peil ;_*^, S.
(actively).

Luke

^^^,
doubt?
ttjv

18

7

7
'^^ 1

.7

•^

Aj| kliflOJ, dost Thou make us
in suspense

to
?

Lit. dost Tlioxi take
alpii<;
;

our sold — hold our soid

i/'u;(t/i/ iqjt.Qv

158

S.

JOHN

X. 33-42.

Vci*.

33.

AjI

-J^,

11

^. Thou

hlasphemest

—Gr.
3.

Trept

pXaa^-qfiia^

— Pael

part, (forming pres. tense) of

^£)p^(not

iised),
pi.

Pa. .^,.^(8. Matt,

xxvi. 65),
11, 21

Mocked

at,

reviled.— Vret.
S.

Flit.

^^Lj,
iii.

Mark
Inf.

iii.

29;

S.

Q^r\V -^^^- ^'^^^ ^' Luke xii. 10.— 3. pi.
xiii.

A^ipyLj,
pi.

S.

Mark

28

gg^^^V^N, Rev.

G

Part.

masc. ,_j_2)y_,iJiD, S. Matt, xxvii. 39.
Etlipaal
fcS)p..Z.|,

Was

reviled.
final,

Fut.

3. sing. fern. ,_».£)j>^Z.Z.,

2

S.

Pet.
24.
<^_

ii.

2:— without

^

Rom.

xiv. 16

Part. ^;_^jASd,

ch.

ii.

Deriv.

,.

V>^

noun masc.
iii.

A

blasjjheyner, 1

Tim.

i.

13.

PI. def.

|i^yJ^,
Heb.
36.

2 Tim.

2.

Pi. Vn>^, 2

Kings

xix. 6, 22: Ps. xliv. 17.

aT_»r^ "1^1?

J

Whom
3. sing,

the

Father hath sanctified
afF.)

— tv
•^

i IXaTTyp T^ytacrc

Pael pret.
ii.

(with

of

w»pD

(not used), Pa. ._»j_D (Hebr.
xiii.

11), Consecrated, hallowed.
n
7

Fut. »-»ynJ, Hebr.
7.

12
iv.

Imperat. ._»r-0,
1 S.

S.

John
Part.
pass.

xvii.

'

7

PI. Q-»r-D, S,
S.

James
19;
:

8;

Pet.

iii.

15

wj'^Ld,
7
7

John

xvii.

S.

Matt.

xxiii. 17, 19.
>

—Part.
John

.»»ynSD, Rom. xv. 16, &c.

PI. masc.

• .'"^^j
]/^

S.

xvii. 19.
def. Holiness, sanctification,

Deriv.

n m

.

,

n^ noun fem.

Acts xxiv.

25, &c.
1

f

nV^ noun

masc. def. The sanctuary,

Rom.

ii.

22; Hebr.

ix. 12, ttc.

Heb.
39.

Pi. tJ^-in,
q/*,

Exod. xx.

8.

A

.

*->

Vi

^

oz<<

lit.

//'ohi

among

— — Aj_0, prep. Among, through,
Ik

— _!.... Aa..O,
42
j]

between... and, S.

Luke

xvii. 11.

V

..

mn^

Transl. ^?ic^
tKei,

many

believed

on Him.
is

—The Syr. as well
all

as the Vulg. oniits

which however

found in

the best

Cr. MS8., and

is

rendered in the Philoxeuian Version.


JOHN XL

S.

1,

2.

159

CHAPTER XL
Ver.
1

^j5

|CCJI A-.|,

Transl.

Now

there

was one

that (ivas) sick;

Lazarus of the
2.

village Bethany, the brother

of Mar ij and of Martlm.

LLt^

V)j .^cn, she who anointed
?

— Gr.

-q

dXeiipaa-a

— Pret.
2.

3, sin"',

fem.

of o^kjlId (Rev. xxi, 17),

Measured;

(this

meaning, in the N.T.,
"jA ^.

occurs in the

Book of Revelation only
xxiii.

measure,
S.

S,
vii.
»»

Matt,

Luke

46

—O
S.

32),

— whence Anointed. — Pret.
aff.

o « V>

^

the

sing.

Aj-kj^Id,

Fut. w»jO
aff.

V>1, with
ch. xi. 2.

pleon. Rev, xxi. 15.
-X
-!>

2. sing.

ooQjlSdZ., with
v.

3. pi.
aff.

^a>o..«j£L3 , with
S.

aff.

S.

James

14:

—Fern.
S.

^_k»

aV)!, with
vi.

Mark
.'

xvi.

1

Imperat. o^n.a.V),
fem.

Matt.
vii.

17; Rev.

xi, 1
>

Part. o>j,jlLd,
.

(jl-alD,

Luke

38.— PI.

masc. ^

> V>

^

S.

Mark

vi. 13.

Heb.

n^^)

Dreio the hand over, s]3read over, (whence the

notion of measuring)Lsa. xxi. 5.

— Besmeared, as a shield with
xlv. 8, kc.
/xvpw

oil,

to polish

it,

—Whence, Anointed, Ps. — j^nmnn, with ointment — — Def, of isQilLO, noun masc. ]VlCnO, Gr. —
sweet spices,
apw/xara, ch. xix. 40.
i.

PI. def.

^v/^ia^a, S.

Luke

9, 10, 11.

Heb. Db^S, Exod, xxx. 23; and

h^i^'^, 1

Kings

x.

10,

v_»C7IQ_A^t5

,

the feet

— (pron. pleonastic) —
5),

rows

Tro'Sas

PI. of ^-ii', def.

(I.y^>

(Acts

vii.

noun fem.

(usually),
S.

The

foot.


14.

PI.

»

V

,

.

?

^

S.

Matt,

xviii. 8,

&c.— Def |IJ,

John

xiii. 5,

Heb. ^T\, Numb. xx. 25.— Chald. SjI.
vii. 4, 7.

Df^"-

ii-

33,

41;

tUQ^O,

'A

'

^

a)id iviped

— Gr.

/cat

cK/xa^acra

—-Pael
Mark

pret.

3.

sing.

fem. of

|Q_»,

Was

equal, toorthy.

Pa. «_»Q_», Wiped away, cleansed, also
xi. 8.

Strewed, spread, S. Matt. xxi. 8; S.

These, and other

meanings of

this verb in its several conjugations, proceed

from the


100

y.

JOHN

XI. 2—7.

Ver,

2.

oi'iginal idea o£

worthmess,

Jittiess.

See notes, oh.
JQ_»iiD, S.

i.

23, 27; v. 18.
xiii.

Impei'at.

(Q-»,
S.

Acts

ix.

34
38.

Part.

John

5:

Fern. 1^0

m^O,

Luke

vii.

PI.

masc.

^Qjtk?,

S.

Matt.
ready,

Q_»iD, prepared,
S.

made

Mark. Heb.

xiv. 15; S.
Pi. nijSJ',

Luke xxil

12.
Isa. xxviii.
v.

Madej^lain; composed, calmed,
Pa,
'>)l^
,

25;

Ps. cxxxi.

2.— Cbald.
made
.

Made
iii.

like,

Dan.

21.— Ithpa.

N^nEJ'J^) ^<^s

like,

became, ch.

29.

m. vm«-^

"

^

.

with her hair

— Gr,
S.

rats 6piO-v avrrjs
oj"

— Def.

^

of i-L£D,

noun

masc. The hair, collectively, head
tinguished from

hair, Lat. ccesaries; as dis-

(Alio, a single hair;

j;ACDj ]r>j jAiVn

S.
3.

Matt.

x. 36.

See also

Luke

xii.

7.— PI.

with

aff. 1 S.

Pet.

iii.

Heb. nj;^ or *^'^p,
vii. 9.

Isa. vii.

20.— Chald.

'^'l^'^,

Dan.

iii.

27;

Transl.

Now

this

Mari/ was she who anointed with ointment the feet
willed (them) with her hair;
sick.

of Jesus,
^7
3.
7

and

her brother

it

was,
r T

Lazarus, who was __»)p»0, and they sent

— Gr.
»

aTrecTTciXav ovv

— Pret.

3. pi.

fem. of 5j_»,

with

.

,

paragogic.


^OIjZjZ,
r
7

they two

with

aff.

OiZq-k»(, his sisters
x.

——jZjZ, pron. — See note, — Gr.
7

fem. of
ch. vi. 7.

^'Z,

Two.

— Constr.

,^LhL,
7

7

at a8e\<^at

PI. def.

with

aff.

of (Ajm (S.

Luke

39) for

XlL]\ a sister.—With
S.

affixes, ver. 28, 39,

below.— PI.

def.

TZoJ^f,

Matt. xix. 29, &c.
xii. 13.

Heb. ninX, Gen.
T 4.

(A>^0*^ •Z

>.'^\ Kt,

for the glory

— vnlp

Trj<i

8o^?

— Def.

of (jo-^^jZ,

noun fem. Praise, majesty, pomp.

Assumes

in the def. state sing.

O

before the last radical.

PI.

.-vo •/^
v.

^;?-rtises,

Rom.

i.

25, &c.

Def. ]A>.».n •L, hymns, Eph.

19, &c.

R. ..j-k^Ij, »>^Ki2L»,

Praised.
7.

^^5AO0, and
note, ch.

afterwards
i.

— (hen after that — Gr.

cTrcira fxerd

toOto

— See

15.

S.

JOHN

XI. 7—12.

161

Ver.
9.

7.

v>i|J

oZ, come,
^

let

us go

—Gr.
— ov
S.
3.

ayw^tev.
fern.

j|pn

v/ i/

twelve
(J, /te

— SwScKa— Card. numb.
See note,
Pret.

^^I^ZALD

stumbleth not

Trpoa-KoirTci

Struch against.

Matt.

iv. 6.

—Ethpeel ^^Z, — Ethpe. ^\r)ZZ], Was
part, of
j^

offended, stumbled.

j^l.

n

\o/ 7

Rom.

ix.

32;

xi.

11

Part.
10.

pi.

^-.xZLoZ'AkJ, Gal.

ii.

11, &c.
;_.CTIJ (S.

"j^jOU, the light

—to

<^(Gs

—Def. of
of
.1\

Matt.

vi.

22;

S.

Luke

xi.

34, 36), adj. Bright, full

light.

In the def masc. used as a
S.

substantive. Light.
xvii. 5.

—Fem.
iii.

def (Z.^OTJ, a bright cloud,

Matt.

17
S.

7

PI. masc.

def IV-jOU,

Matt.

x. 27.

R. 50U, Shone.
T
:

Heb.
ii.

rr\'n^, TT
:

Job

4.— Chald.

^I"^^'^J • • ;

(Keri n^li/lJ) Dan.

22.
7tas

11.

«*~^0 »,

fallen asleep, sleepeth
to rest.
-TV

KeKOL/xrjTai

— Verb
»

pret.
iii.

3.

sing.

Laid him down
7
-n

3.

pi.

(ICIOlm, 2 S. Pet. ..7
-

4

Fut.
vi.

»no •
1

1

Part, ^n*^*,
i.

pi.

masc. constr.

on»

1

Cor,
S.

9;

Tim.

10.

Part.

Pell

.^>^«,

pi.

^jjOjA*,

Matt.

xxvii. 52.

Heb.

^^^,

Ps.

iii.

6.

fc^OlO
1.

i;

>

S]?, iAa<

/ may awake him
aflf.


3.

tva i^mvLcrw avrov

sing, (with
X
^5"

pron.) of JQ-L ^i.

—Aphel Watched, was awake. —Apb.
X .7
r>.
.

fut.

;_»_LJ,
viii.

Awakened, roused.
Fut. ;_iij,
1 2.

— Pret.
sing.

pi.

v]

-witii aff.
i.

S.

Luke
pi.

24

O^j-L],
iii.

Cor. XV. 34

m-^Z,
; >

2 Tim.

6

Imperat.

Part.

SV), Acts xxiv. 5; 2 S. Pet.

1.

Heb. Hipli. n^V/l Aroused, watched, Zech.
j

iv. 1

:

Ps. xxxv. 23.

7

c

12.

tr^j Lord,

lit.

our Lord
sleep

Kv'pie

^^?

^> if he


7

et

KeKOLfxrpraL

— See —

note, ch. iv. 11, above.

Participial noun,
Slept.

used for the
S.

regular part.

v»5iD5,

from
v.

s»ll3j,

See note,
S,

Matt.

viii.

24.— Def. ]d^], Eph.
X

14.— Fem. ]2^l,

Matt.
:

ix. 24,
7

&c.—
ch.

PI. masc. -. j.r:^SP? , S.
xxviii.

Matt. xxvi. 40, 43, &c.
1

— with

^—!-»-»,

13.— Def

]£lk)?,

Cor. xv. 20.
-21

w.

c.

162

S.

JOHN

XI. 13—18.

Ver. 13.

jnVi^Vn ^\jL, concerning the
fiija-eois

rest,

taking the rest

Trept Tq<i kol-

A place for —Noun masc. Repose — R. Rom. — ]Aj_»), of —Tov —Def. of p_», noun
def.

; also,

repose,

a couch,

xiii.

13.

wiliDj, Slept.

sleep

vttvov

fern. Sleep.
{^J^J^',

Heb.
T

n^K^',
vi.

Ps19.

xc.

5.

R.

)^\

;S7e2;«.— Chald.

def.

Xni2J^, Dan.
;

14.

A .jo

.

^

'^

,

openly

Trapprja-ia

—Adv.
R.
ri

Easily, clearly.

Formed from
Pa. Unfolded,

the adj.

o

.

*

<=^^

Easy.

«

<y>

}f-^s easy.

explained.
15.

o'-^xm ^0 ye
_1dA_^,
7 .7.
-^


16.

thither

^Ld]ASd, loas

— Gr. ayw/xcv — Imperat. — Compare Mark aurov — See note, — Gr. called—Xeyo/Acvos —Ethpeel part, of ^Sd|, A^aid — Ethpe.
pi.

S.

i.

38.

vrpos

ch.

ii.

1.

7

^

'S^}!^

(S.

Matt.

i.

22, &c.) TTas saic?, spoken.

Pret.

3.

pi. fern.

^V^Ul'
•Sd\11,
•^

Acts

xvi.

38

Put. jlilAj,

fern,

(without final

^)

ch. xiiL

46
_

Part. fern.

"J^IALd,
7
_

S.

John
7

xix. 13, 17.
.(>

»

7
.

7

,mny«-^

v>^ /tis

companions, felloivs
j4/i associate,

7

PI.

with

aff.

of 'r^X*^, def (;.0>j,
(Z.;*~i Kt,

noun masc.
S.

friend.

Fem.

def.

with

aff.

Matt.

xii. 13,

&c.—PI.

masc. ^V^IiL, def fi^iL.

Heb.
^iri,
Transl.
17.
pi.

*n^ll, Ps. cxix. 63.

—R.

^'211,

Bound

together.

Chald.

with

aff.

Dan.

ii.

13, 17, 18.^

To

the disci2)les, his felloios

— Gr.

rots (Tvix[j.aOr]TaU.

')5a£i.D Aj-Ci£:i,
fxvrjfjLUif

lit.

in the hotise of burial

—in

the grave

—Gr.

iv

tw

—Noun masc.
Aj^.
7

def Burial,
pi.

ch. xii.

7; Sepidchre, ch. xix.
S.

42, without &c. Transl.

def

]jonn

A^,
S.

Matt.

viii.

28,

— R. 'r^XO, Buried.
And
(lit.

See also note,

Mark

xiv. 8.

Jesus came

to

Bethany ; and found that he had been four

days
p

that four days to

him
7

that he loas) in the house

of burial.

X

7

7

18.

\<^

^\^

^,
17
>;

removed, distant
part, Peil of

— ^D
7

marking the

participle.

Fem. of

r>

g>,

»D^^, Separated

—See

note, S. Matt. ix.

.

.

S.

JOHN

XI. 18-31.

163

Ver. 18.

24.— Def.
Acts XV.

]hJiJSi (without

') 1 S.

Pet.

ii.

9.— PI.
an

masc. ,_»_CL.ti),

20, &c.
fifteen
7
.

Used

in

some

cases as

adjective.

;m vA
is

« V>>
7
;

.

SeKaTreVre
.-K

— Card.
'^

numb. masc.
S.

Another form
1.

m V > V)
Now
.

7

7

7

Fem.

(^friv

«^n.>

Luke

iii.

Transl.

Bethany was 7iigh Jerusalem, distant from

it

about fifteen

stadia.
7

..7

19.

OOCn

__»(jZ.j,

had come, were come

lKr]\v6i.i.a-av

formiug pluperf. tense.
>

This part, retains

|

— Part. Peil in the — Compare
pi.
pi.
i.e.

]

.

1

m

from P-CD, hated.
tluit

>rn«-^\«~^

^ W)^^
iVa

they might speak to their heart,

comfort

them

— Gr.

Trapa/xvOija-ijiiVTac

avrds

— This

is

either the only
it is fut.

instance in which the verb vLiD occurs in Peal,
pi.

of (ILd,

filled,

used in the sense of

—or \LlD, — or the reading
ii.

3.
is

faulty,
20.

and should be ^OA-^iLoJ.
she went forth
,

See notes, ch.

7;

iii.

11.

CTLLJofj

AQ-SJ,

to
7
-x

His meeting,
1,

i.e.

went and met
meeting.

Him — Gr.
S.

^

vTrrjvTrja-^v

arro)

— ^50
and

noun masc. A

Ad-

verbially with pref _^,

Vi3o|j, to meet, Lat. in
ch.
iv. xii.

occursum, obviam,
7 ^ X «•

Matt. XXV.
ch.

1.

— Here,
34;
1

13 with affixed pronoun,
is

which in

viii.

Thess.

17

pleonastic.

_l5o(J,

to

meet us, Acts xxviii. 15.
24.

(ibjoQJLO, in

the resurrection

— Gr.

Iv ttj avao-Tacret

— Noun masc. def.
life.

Consolation,

raisi7ig tip

of

one^s hopes,

s^nrits; raising to

n

7

R.

^>CL>v>J

(not used) in Arab. /Sighed, panted.

Syr. Pa. ^>Q_k*J,

Recalled

to life.

Heb.

Pi.

on J, lit.

Gave breath

to;

whence, comforted, including
xxiii.

the idea of hdping, raising up.
Ixxxvi. 17.
28.
29.

See Ps.

4;

Ixxi.

21;

— XdOpa—Adverb. R. Concealed. ^^|L_L, quickly —Ta^v — Adv. Swiftly, immediately. R. ^^^L, Arab.
A
.]
.

rnn

secretly

|XClI3,

Hastened.
31.

Also with

pref.

^O,

\^

.i

^-'"^^

ch. xiii. 27, below.

OOCTl _j|_i>CilD, comforted

irapafivdovfjievoL

— Pael

part. pi. (forming

IG4

S.

JOHN XL

31—35.

Ver. 31.

imperf. tense) of (j.^ (Acts xx.
Peal.
22,

1, 2),

Consoled.

Not found
Eph.

in
vi.

—Pret.
*)

3.

pi.

O^l^, Acts

xvi.

40

Fut.
ii.

V*-^,
pi.

&c.— 2.

pi.

^'U.Ll, with
i.

aff.

2 Cor.
pi.

7,-1.
*^
^

llli^,

with

added, 2 Cor.

4
i.

Imperat.
9

q

|

1

1

Thess. v. 11.
i.

Inf.
Ij
.

oVinV)^,
ch. vii. 6.

Tit.

Part. ll^iiD, 2 Cor.

4;

and
]

«-^^

—For the

conjugation of verbs whose final
§ 99,

is

a guttural, see Cowper's Gram.
to wee})

and Pai'adigm.
_i.,

jHCilQA,
75,

Iva KXavcrr)
2.

Inf.

with
.

of |li^ (S. Matt. xxvi.
S.

&c.)
S.

We2)t.— Pret.

pi.

^A A^
2.
3.

Luke

vii.

32
5:

Fut.

]'^'^\

Mark

xiv.
vii.

72.

^.j-lloZ, S.
2. pi.

Luke
S.

13.

— —
7

sing.
pi.

]n^L, Eev.
Rev.

v.

— Fern.15.

,nn«->i
:

xviii.

9,

^^nZ,
28

John
pi.

xvi. 20, &c.

—Fern.
xii.

^^ll^L,
James
S.

S.
v.

Luke
1:

xxiii.

Imperat.
S.
S.

QUO, Rom.
xxiii.

15: S.

Fern.

^V »^^,
(-i-HO,

Luke

28

Part.

]££,

Mark

ix. 24.
> '~^*~^,

Fem.

John xx.

11, 13, 15, &c.
»

PI. masc.

ver. 33, below, &c.
]A£i£:5,


A

PI. fem.
tveejmiff,

^*~^i

Acts
37.

ix. 39.

— Deriv.
ch.
iii.

noun fem.

def.

Acts xx.

See note,

35,

above.

Heb. nDS, Gen.
T T

xlv. 14.
(So'^avres, Sin.

Transl.

For

the//

thought

and Vat. MSS.),

Site goeth

%into the

grave

to wee}) there.

33.

11AZ.|,

He was troubled, groaned
7

h/e/^pLfj-rjaaTo
TT'^as

—Ethpaal

pret. 3. sing.

of 1]A XL.,

Was

strong.
7 7
71

Ethpa.

strengthened, also,

Was

greatly

excited.— VsiYt.

W^ti^,

ver. 38, below.

Hob. )|y, Made
.
<

strong, became strong, Ps. ix. 20; Ixxxix. 14.
ch.

.7

34.
35.

p_i|, tchere?
..7
7.

ttov;

— See note,

i.

28.
7

._iCnQ-lSD5, the tears (pron. pleon.)

PI. of MlDj,

noun fem. A

tear.

PL

def. (of

masc. form) piDj, Acts xx. 19, 31, kc.
vii.

—A

sing. def.

form "JAlLdj occurs. Rev.

17; xxi.

4.

Heb. yO"!, m.
grapes or
olives,

A

tear,

used metaphorically for the juice of

Exod.

xxii. 28.

Also nV/iD'^j
xiii.
17.'

f-

-^

tear, or tears,

Ps. vi. 7, &c.

R. "^JT^, Wept, Jer.

S.

JOHN
of

XI. 35—44.

165

Ver. 35.

Transl.

And
''

the tears

Jesiis

came

—Gr.

cSaKpvcrcv o

'Irytrovs.

Compare
•i>

TTHJJIb'l
^
»
.

t^UH
.

ivh], Ezek. xxiv. 16.

38.

OT-AO t-^OlO

y

'~),

in Himself26.

— iv

cavrw

Lit. inter se et seipsimi.

See note, ch.

i.

]/

;

vVo

a cave

aTtrjXaiov
xi. 38.

— Noun

fern. def.

PI. def. (of masc. form)

lJllO, Hebr.

Heb.
deeiiened.

niy^)

Josh. x.

16,

&c.

— R.

*)J|T^

in Arab.

Dug

out,

Transl.

And

this sepulchre

was a

cave,

and a

stone toas placed at its

door.
39.

(39)
^^^

And
^^<^'^

Jesus said, Tahe

away
o^ei

this stone.

OT-^ •-»r^j

become corru2)t

— —Verb
^1
(S.

Peal

pret.

— Occurs
Luke
41.

only here and
43.

S.

James

v. 2.

1^5,

loud,

lit.

high— Gr.

/^cyaXTj— Def. of

Matt.

iv.

8; S.

xvi.

15), adj.

High, exalted.
iii.

—Fem.
1.

JSd5, Acts xxvii.
iv. 6.

—PL
Was

masc. def. \^'y, 2 Tim.
high.

2; Sr

James

—R. iOOJ

is05,

Heb.
44.
^1
t

Q*n, part, of W]'^, Isa. vi.
T

ro(

j^,

bound,

sc.

«_.cnQ_\-i50
of
.

«-iG10r->|

— Gr.

8e8e/x,ei/os,

sc.

o

TeOvr/Km

— PL
I

fern,

,-

(^

"j

(ch. xviii.

24).

Part. Peil of

^"j^

Bound;
noun,
S.

see note, ch. xviii.

12.

Def.
]:
»

(;_»_CD|,
g.
'

often used as a

Matt. xxviL
I .7

15.— Fem.
xii.
iii.

rcs]\

Matt. xxi.
I .7

2.— PL
xvi.

masc. _j";j.rD|,
xxvii.
1.

8.

Luke

35.

— Def. —PL

.i>

(y

"^\,

Acts

27;

See also note, ch.
with grave-clothes
Ijat. /ascice.

24.
def.

(A

.

r>m

<yi«-i

KeipiaLs

of (A

.

ofr>«y>

noun

fem. def.
.

.mnc^l
~
.

^

his face

77

oi/^ts

aOTou— «.2)|
..
>

(for «.2ij|)
1
.
'^

noun fem. used only

x .7
<=^|^

in pi. (masc. form)
•i

The face,

Cor. xiiL 12, &c.
»

— Def.
_

T.'J

.

7

..

7

'

p
_

(^1, Ptom.

iii.

18; and in the phrases V2)(.0 ._«_ClCClJ, accipientes

vidtus, i.e. hypocrites, S. Matt. vi. 2, &c.:

— ^2^0 t'HCnV), acceptio

vultuum,
Constr.

ch. vii. 24, above, Gr. Trpoo-wTroXT^TTTat, irpoa-wTroXruj/ia.
'

<=^(

,

Acts

xvii.

26; and in the phrase p»5Z.

w_i..2f.

166
Ver. 44.

S.

JOHN

XI. 44—50.

fades

portce, the veil of the temple, Gr. KaTairiracrixa, S.

Matt,
for,

xxvii. 51,

&c. —

-

>

<=^|',

about, S. Matt. xx.

6.

— t-t^l
7,

>0l1i,,

7

for

the sake of, ch. vi. 51, above.

Heb. &X, dual

D^i3Ji{,

The

nostrils,

Gen.

ii.

and by meton.
aff.

The face,
Dan.
Ps.
ii.

ch.

iii.

19
19.

Chald. ftJi^, only in

pi.

TSJi^, with
fig.

ii.

46;

iii.

— R.

Heb.

&J5<{,

Breathed,

was angry,

12, &c.

jjOTD-Ci, with

a napkin

crovSapuo

—Noun masc.

def.

PI. def. p')Q£D,

Acts

xix. 12.

Lat. Sudarium.


vj010(;_», ^oose /wwi

Xvorare avrov

—Imperat.
27.
fut.

pi.

(retaining

()

with

•f.*,

see note, ch.
to

i.

v>i(

Q-DQ.C1*, suffer (him)
viii.

go

— a^ere
or,

wayetv

—Compare

S.

Matt,

22.

The verb

is

followed by the

with

pref. 5, S.

Mark

xi. 16.

47.

Q-jlUDL], they gathered themselves,
(Tvvriyayov (rvveSptov

toere gatJhered together
7
».

— Ethpaal
40
2.

pret. 3. pi. of

1

^,

Collected.
1.

— Gr. —
pi.

Ethpa.

-

»

^ •"I/
(

(Acts xvi. 22),
xix.

Was
-

congregated.
3,

— Pret.

S.
i

^-•JiiZf, Acts

Fut.
pi.

« ^^Ai
1

pi.

nAj,

S.

Matt. xxiv. 28, &c.
pi.

^Q.*_ir:ZZ,
Part.
S.
pi.
.

Cor. v. 4

Imperat.

Q-a-LoZl^ Rev.

xix.
i

17

inAk?,
xviii.
iii.

Mark
&,c.

ix.

25,

&c.—PI.

masc. ^. I

^aC^

John
Dan.

20,

Chald. Ithpa. (or Ithpe.) part.
50.

3, 27.

%oLj\

»

*~^

*

>

.AVn

ye

consider
of
-'^


•^

SiaXoyt^ecr^e
»,

(forming pres.
Kechoned,
•*^

tense)

«

— Ethpaal Deliberated. — Pael
Rev.
xiii.

part.

pi.

%^^jm-K»,

counted.
(S.

— Fut.
vii.
..-K

7

<n >

kkJ,

18.^ Ethpa.

*

>

./
j

Luke
7 7

39),

Considered, considted, disputed.

Pret.

3. pi.

nn

.*^L\, ver. 53, below.

7

7

..i>

1.

pi.

_d.«»».jZ.|,

Acts

XV. 25
ch.
i.

Part,

.n

Lt^,

S.

Luke

xii.

17:— Fern. ]A

« r.AVr.

29.

o^kO^,

(i^ is)

expedient
(

(rv/A^epei

—Adj. followed by .^ of the dative.
i.

A fem.

form

».^

rx^

occurs, Phil.

23; Hebr.

xiii.

17.

S.

JOHN XL

51—55.

167

Ver. 51.

-

'

*^^^

|>

'ie

prophesied
pi.

irpo^^-qTiva-ev
S.

—Ethpaal
13.— 1.
Acts
ii.

pret.
pi.

3.

sing.

Foretold.— Z.
ch. vii.

QjjCijZf,

Matt.

xi.

,_.^Zf,
18.— 2.
pi.

22
1

Fut.

|^Aj,

3. pi.

^niAj,

17,
S.

^aiu22,
68,
1
.

Cor. xiv.

1, 5,

31
1

Imperat. ]£uZ.),
Cor. xiv.

Matt. xxvi.

&c

Inf.
4,

OiniAkA,
&c.

39

Part.

I^jjZ^,

Cor. xi.

PI.

masc. __i_dJZ)iD, Acts xix. 6;

— Fern.
xi.

«-mAV)

ch. xxi. 9.

— No other conjugation
iii.

of this verb occurs

in Syr. or Chald.

—Root,

in Arab. Shewed, declared.

Heb. Niph. ^^^, Amos.

8; Hithp. J^^jni,
1.

Numb.

25.— Chald.
54.
|5Z(J, unto

Ithpa. ^^JriH, Ezr. v.
ets Trjv

a country

x^^pav
place,

—Def.
region,

of 5Z(

(S.

Luke
(fern,

x.

1:

xxi.

24),

noun masc.
ch. vii.

A

PI.

def.

form)

jZ.O>Z.j,

35, above.
ii,

Chald. nni<, Dan.

35

;

Ezr. v. 15;

vi. 5, 7.

— —
55.

J^5q_k>^,
def.

(near) to the wilderness

(eyyvs) tov

ep-jfjiov

—Noun
A

masc.

A

desert place, solitude ; also, Desolation, S.
7

Matt. xxiv. 15,

&c.

E., «£D;_Kj,

Laid

xoaste.

P^HA,
7

to

a

city

cis ttoXii'

town, fortress, Gr.
yt'fD,

x^-P"^^-

—Noun —
P^-

masc.
I

def.
S.

properly

fortified

7

'^V'^,

Luke

xix. 17, 19.

—R.
ck

Boiled

U]),

surrounded, fortified.
or out

pjCLO ^-^, from,
t:7S x<^P<*5

of the country, country villages

— Gr.

— Noun fem. — Constr, once, iOj A_»5Q-0, field of
This word
is

blood,

Acts

i.

19.

of sing, form, but having a plural or

collective signification, is

marked with Rihui.

«k

7

7

^QDp]), that they might purify
pi.

to

purify

Iva.

dyvt^waLv

Pael

fut. 3.

pure, which occurs only (in the N.T.) in part. 17 Peil, as a noun, see note, ch. xiii. 10. Pa. (-a-O) (Acts x. 15 ;
of

pj. Was


ii.

xi.
vii.

9),
1

Cleansed

Fut.
pi.

]£^,
7 7

2 Tim.

21,

etc.— 1.

pi.

2 Cor.
7

*
S.

Imperat.
X.

ODj,
aff.

Matt.
Matt.

x.

8,

&c
2,

Inf Q_i_OylDA,
Szc

^

Heb.

4:— with

S.

viii.

Part,

js^,

168
Ver. 55.

S.

JOHN

XT. 55—57.

S.

John

xv.

2,

&c.:— Fern,

"il^)^^,

S.

Mark

vii.

19.— PL

masc.

— ,fc.D,iD,
7

Matt, xxiii. 25, &c

Part. pass. «_i-D,iD, Acts

xxiv. 18.
»!', 'K

Deriv.

jZ.Q_»^5,

noun

fern.

def.

Purify/, sincerity,
4.

1

Cor. v. 8,

<fcc.

\LCi I.O?

P

,

JiUhiness^ Rev. xvii.

(.k.007,

noun masc.

def. Cleansing,
li.

Hebr.
T

i.

3,

&c.

Heb. n^Tj Was pure, Ps.
T T

6.

Pi. T\'2], Cleansed, Ps. Ixxiii.

7.7
56. 57.
p>.»-A
7

13: cxix.
,_K»,
7

9.

one

to the other

—among themselves—Gr.
— Gr.
t.

jx^t

aXXifXwv.

OOCJl 0,jC12), they
p].

had commanded

SeScoKcicrav IvToXrjv

—Pret.

3,

(forming pluperf. tense) of f£l2i

(ch. xiii. 29.) Visited, ordered,
1 S.
IS

decreed.

— Pret.

.,7

3.

sing. fem.

Z-^CS,
,•^

Pet.

iii.

20.

2 sing.

.7
Z-j^H^, S.
pi.
•X

Luke
ch. V.

xiv. 22.

1.

sing.

Zj.n^, Acts xxv.
S.
-X

17, 21.


T.

1.

yr^i^,
«T>

28
ver.

Put.
8.
7

5arL2U,
-K

Luke

viii.

31.

1.

sing:
:

5CLQ^(, Philem.
xxvii. 64
S.

— Imperat.
g.
S.

5Q_Q^,
xiii.

S.

Matt. xiv. 28

Inf. abs.
i.

,nc^Vn

John

29,

&c

Part. ,£12),

Mark

27,
,

Arc.

—Fem. X,<^^,
S.
.

Luke

iv.

36 (see note there).
masc.

Part. Peil

i

n^^,

Luke

ii.

27, &c.


_

PI.

_»%_a23,

Rom.

xiii. 1.

PI. fem.

,j_Q£5,

S.

Luke

xvii. 10.

Heb. npiSj

Visited, searched out, Ps. xvii. 3.

-».

7

»r),m, he should shew
* 7

fjirjvua-rj

— Pael.

7

fut. 3. sing,

of

%0^,

lit.

Split

open; investigated, explored, also Repaired, 2 Kings

xii. 7.

—Pa.
1.

vOrO
sing. sing.

(S.
71

Luke
7

XX. 37),
xxiii.

Made
22.

clear, declared, revealed.
•»

Pret. 2.

LOr^, Acts
»0,^|,
S.

7

3. pi.

CLD,^,

ch. vii.

52

Fut.

John

xvi. 25.
ix.

Ethpaal %0,^L\, Was made known. Acts

24;

xxiii. 30.
-^

In Heb. the verb does not occur, but
or fissure in a building, 2 Kings
xii. 6.

its deriv.

p*73>

breach

,^

S.

JOHN

XII.

1,

2.

1G9

CHAPTER
Ver.
1.

XII.

|.>^^)

_j^Q_. |A^ ^r^,

six days before the Passover


i.

Trpo

c^ Tjixfpwv Tov Trdarxa
literally, follows

—The
—-For
iif^o

Syr. translator, in rendering the Gr.

the Gr. idiom.

So

also the Philoxenian Syr.

and the Arab. Ver.
t^X^^n ^JS/
Trpo 8vo erwi/

the Semitic idiom, see

Amos

1.

DTliti^'j

years be/ore the earthquake;
Syr. fJLOl
.

LXX.
__»!.)/..

tov
|

(rctcr/xoJ;.

^^^
init.

—IJD

.

t

1

Compare
calamity,

also

in

.

m

i

isO,_D

i

S*^ •, seventy

l^years) before the

Bar Heb.

Schol. in Job.
is

ad

— In

the recent Heb.
D^lb^
«

Vers, of the N.T. the text

rendered
(or

MpSn O^S
_.Sd

^^^
,

and similarly the Syr. would be

iO^) iOj^

^n

j^^j»

....|£u(, Transl. Where Lazarus ivas
raised from
tlie

;

he lohovi Jesus Himself
Sin.

had

dead.

The Vat. and

MSS. omit

o TcBvrjKm,

and both these as well
clause.
2.

as the Alex,

add

o 'It^ctovs in the

next

(A

.

Vn»
S.

p^

a supper
xxiii.

Scittvov

—Noim

Matt,

6;

S.

Luke

Zocn

(jtLQ-«_LD,

was

serving,
-

— |A> V).«.^, — E. ^a. Supped. (form— Pael served —
fern. def.

PI. def.
k>.

7

xx. 4G.

Siiy/coVet

part. fern,
-^

ing imperf. tense) of
xiii.
i.

»^ •

7

(Peal not used) Pa.

*

V) • (Acts
K
7

36), Ministered to, worshipped.
pi.


S.

Pret. 3. pi. CmJLCL*, Horn.
pi.

25.-2

^oAjfc.kl*, Hebr.
Put.
-

vi.
i

10.— 1.

^aV)*,
27,

with

aff.

S.

Matt. XXV. 44

"CnL
3.

Matt. xx. 28,
1,

&c.— 1.
«fcc.

sing.
1.

w-aiil*")*

Pom.
Acts

XV. 25.
vi. 2,
^

pi.

.0

a^na
-

ver,


S.

pi.

» Vi »
xvii.
X.

1^

»fec

Imperat.
vi.

m^n m with

afF.

Luke
Luko
'-O

8.— Pi. n mCn^
Part.
iv.

Eph.
^

7

Inf.

O «^nii^n\,
niasc.
vi.

S.

40

«V>>V>
11,

ver. 26,

below.— PI.
Hebr.

^ j-a.ln
10.

S.

Matt.

&c.

:— with ^Aj],
vii.

Pi.

fein.

«V>« V)

S.

Matt, xxvii, 55, &c.
10.

Chald. Pa. l^fp^, Dan.

w.

V.

22


-

170
Ver.

S.

JOHN
And

XII. 2—5.

2.

Transl. (last clause)

Lazarus was one of

the guests, (recliners)

who
3.

loere
^

with Him.
alabaster box
;

|Ag^

.

!\

m

an

— Gr.

Xirpav,
xiv. 3
;

a pound weight
S.

dXd/Saa-Tpov,

S.

Matt. xxvi. 7

S.

Mark

Luke

vii.

37.— Root, Heb.

tlD£J^*>

Gushed forth, Ps.

Ixxviii. 30.

— —

X

7

—jj^j, of Spikenard
here and
S.

—vdpSov—Noun masc.
xiv. 3, only.

pi.

occurring in the N.T.

Mark

Heb.
.
I

"^m

Song

of Sol.

iv.

13, 14;

with

aff.

ch.

i.

12.

»

.^j

excellent

—-referring
def.
S.

to

pnQD.^

— Gr.

Tn<TTLKrj?,

referring to
5.

vdpSov

—Adj. masc.
<^,

The

best, sjyecial; strictest,

Acts xxvi.

Fern. def.

VA-«~^5,

Luke

xv.

22.— Derived from ^^y, The

head, chief

"«"

j

V^ ^

-

«

11

of great

2)rice

def. (sing,

wanting) Price.
46.

— Gr. — (.J^^?

iroXyrLfiov
Lj.


t

[JLliD?,

noun masc.
of great

pi.

yCi

(a pearl)
like,

2)rice,

S.

Matt.

xiii.

—E, |SD5, Equalled, was

since the price of

an

article equals or rejyresents its value.

.-i-SSdZ],

was filed

iirXrjpt^Or]

— Ethpeel

pret. 3. sing, of jllD, Filled,

wasfidl.
3.
pi.

— Ethpe.
4

pret. 3. sing. fern.

Aj_^LbZ|,

S.
1.

Luke
sing.

i.

41.

ajS^L]]
i.

ch. iv. 28,
pi.

&c._Fut. ULdAj,
v. 18.

U^Zf,

2 Tim.

Imperat.

oSLoZt, Eph.
Dan.
iii.

Chald. Ithpe.

hp^n,
odour

19.
iK t^s

C7T.K»wi5

r-^) with

the

(aff.

pleon.)
ii.

ocrjj.rjs

«>.k^5,

noun

masc. Smell.

Def. |js>-i3, 2 Cor.

14, &c.
iii.

Heb.

n^"l,

Gen.

xxvii.

27.— Chald.^ Hn, Dan.

27.—

Compare
4

also

Germ.

©cvuc^.

f).

wanting in the should betray Ilim. — Interrog. adv. —See note ]a1qX, ivhyl — — ^lijll, was sold— — Ethpaal
%Lix(jivo<; is

r^lOj

Transl.

Then said Judas

Iscariot, one of

His

disciples,

who

Sin.
i.

and Vat. MSS.
y

Start;

ch.

21.

7 7 .

K

iirpdOrj

pret.

3.

sing,

of ^-^1. Bought.
v.

Pa.

^S'y^c;.

— Ethpa.
Matt,

pret. 3. sing. fem.
2.');

ZojDjlV, Acts

4

Fut.

^ijP,

S.

xviii.

xxvi.

9:— Fem. ^jlZ'(f(>r ^J_ijlZ),

S.

JOHN

XII.

5,

6.

171

Ver.

5.

Acts
Acts

v. iv.

4

Inf.

aJjDJ^ki^,
fern,

S.

Mark
S.

xiv. 5
x.

Part.

^j^lD,
xii. 6.

34.— PI.

^^in?!!^,

Matt.

29; S.

Luke

\j^. m V)
S,

,

the ointment
3,

Matt. XXV.

—to —Noun masc. &c. — R. wk»-«.Ld, Anointed.
fivpov
7

def.

Ointment,

also, Oil,

Heb. nn^Jb,
vii.

fern.

Exod. xxv.

6.— Chald.

Wp,

Ezr.

vi,

9;

22.

IP^,

«?i

hundred

||Sd 1}\l, three
S.

word ]|LdAXZ,
f.KaTov, ch. vi. 40.

Mark

hundred — —
")]iD

TptaKoo-twv

—As

one

xiv.

5.

]JSd, by hundreds, dva
iKarovTaTrXaa-Lova,

— IP^IO

pKj,

an hundred-fold,

S.

Matt. xix. 29, &c.

Heb. nX/b, Gen.
vi.

xvii.

17.— Cliald.

nXJ!p,

Dan.

vi.

2: Ezr.*

17

j

vii. 22.

[1

OCnV>\,
20, 22),
S.

<o ^Ae 2^oor

Trrcuxots

PI. def. of

p nmVn

(S.

Luke

xvi.

noun masc. One who
xii.

is 2)oor, needy.

Fern, def |Aj.£lCD1d,

Mark

42, 43;

S.

Luke

xxi. 2,

3,— R. ^p£D, Arab. ]Vas

needy.

Heb. \2pf2, Eccles.

iv.

13.

^nnmn \

..,

^/^e

Jcr^

to yXoiaaoKOfxov
xiii.

—Noun derived from the Gr. —

occurs here and ch.
Transl. A^id the bag

29, only.

was with him.
which /ell, was
^iut
Gx".

— —

jOCTI

^oaJj

^r^j

that

ra ySaXXo/xeva.

(OOI _.-i.JL4, he bare
of ,—1^.^
aff.
,

tySaoTacrev

— Part.

Peil (forming imperf. tense)
3. sing. fern.
ii.

Was laden
xi.

with, carried.
sing.

Pret.

Aj-L^ with
,

S.

Luke

27.-2.

Lll^,, Rev.

3.-3.
viii.

pi.

a±L^,
Luke

with
xxiii.

aff.

Acts

xxi. 35
pi.

Put. ^\[}J, S. Matt.

17; S.

26

Imperat.

QJ-L^,

Gal.

vi.

2

Inf.

^S/^kl^, Acts
xvii.

XV. 10.
7.

—The — Deriv.
iio^in
3.

part. Peil is here

used actively; see also Rev.

P_L4'

masc. def.

A

burden,

1

Thess.

v.

14:

Judgment,

ride.

Acts xxiv.

Heb.

mp,

once, Gen. xiv. 17.

172
Ver. 10.

.

s.

JOHN

XII. 10—14.

a^.L5Z], they consulted
\^y, Fed, nourished.

— c^ouXevo-avro — Ethpaal
•-k-L5,

pret. 3. pi. of

— Pa.
ver.

Broiujht together, reconciled,
ii.

2 Cor. V. 19 (with
Col.
i.

aff.

18); Eph.

IG

Inf.

q_J.[Lq^,

20.

Whence
fern. clef.

deriv.

(—CLLJZ,

noun

Reconciliation, atonement,

Rom.

v. 11, (kc

Ethpa. wjJLJZ]
2)lanned,

(S.
;
1.

Matt.

i.

19,

20),

Was minded,
v.

considered,
1.

decreed
2 Cor.
Cor.

was
17

reconciled, Horn.

10.

— Pret.
xii.
iii.

sing.

LjJhlX,
\^hlL,
^OIjZZ",
5
1

Put. "(IjAj, 2 Cor. x. 11;

6;— Fern.
pi.
iii.

vii.

11.— 3.
16;

pi.

4^?Aj,

Phil.
pi.

15.— 2.

Rom.

xii. 3,

1 Cor. iv.

6.— 1.

"il'^J, 2 Cor.

Imperat.
Inf.

&c

n

.

H'^T) S. Matt. v. 24.— PI. al?Zf, S?Aka\, Phil. i. 7 Part. "iijALo,
&c.^Pl. ^.juIIASd,
S.

2 Cor. v. 20,
S.

Matt. xvi.
7,

23; S.

Luke

xiv. 31,

Matt. xvi.

&c.;

coalescing with ^J->j,
13.

Rom.

iii.

28; with ^oAj|, Gal.
(of

v. 10.

pciCD, branches
fem.

ret

/8atu

—PL

clef,

masc. form) of

A

branch.

Once with a verb
r\'y0
fern.

in the masc. S.
ix. 48, 49.

poCD, noun Mark xiii. 28.

Heb.

Tjib^ masc.

Judg.

U-^??! of the paln^trees

—twv

^oivikwv

—PL

def.

of (loj,

noun masc.

def. Palm-trees, branches,

Rev.

vii. 9.

— —

\\

\ •0|, Ilosanna! Heb.
^

'Qo-avvct.

i^5

T^T^'Xl, Save, we pray! Ps.
-K

cxviii. 25.
7

^^..t'fCli,

blessed

f.vXoyiqixivo<i

— Part. Peil of y'r^ or y'r^, Bent
S.

the knee,

S.

Matt. xviL 14, where see note.

Part. Peil def. "[iL.^, Tit.

iL 13:
i.

— Fem.

P-i;^,

Mark

xi. 10:

— Constr. LL^-^,
26.

S.

Luke

28.— PL
Heb.

masc. with
pass.

aff. S.

Matt. xxv. 34.
Ps.
cxviii.

part.
iii.

"TI^^lS)

— Chald.
An

part.

Peil

TTn3, Dan.
14.
|;i:D.K»j

28.

an

ass

— Gr.
~;

oidpiov

—Noun

def.

com. gender,

ass,

or she-

ass, S. IMatt. xxi. 2, &c.

Heb.

'i\!2'n,

ibn, Gen. ~:

xlix.

14.— R. ^JbH, Was T

red;

the

ass in the East, both wild

and domestic,

Ijcing of a reddish colour.

S.

JOHN

XII. 15—24.

173

Ver. 15.

^ajOT^ — r^j daughter of Zion
coiistr.
|-_Tn viii.

of

\L'r^
.

(S.

Luke

viii.

— Ovyarep ^mv — Z.^ (pron. Bath) 53.) A daughter. — 42;
xii.

v/t/
42.
aff.

^

• ^r^, twelve years
lit.

old, S.

Mark

v.

42;

S.

Luke

]±0 L;^,

daughter of the

voice, i.e.

Voice, sound,

with
with

Rom.

x.

16, 18, »fec.— PI. def. lAiii),

Acts xxi.

9:—
28.

aff.

pleon. S.
Voices,
pl.

Luke
Acts
T

i.

5.

— Constr.
Gen.

ZIlLO, ch. xxiii.

]io Axii,

xii. 22.

Heb. n^, ~

niiS, Ps.

xlv. 11;

vi. 2, 4.

— —

»^j.£D5, seated, sitting
S.

KaOrjfievos

— Part.
def.

Peil

of »^iD5,

see note,

Matt. xxi.
the
colt

7.

]j t

S,

—irwXov — Noun

masc.

T/ie yoicng

of

anything,
7!)^ or

specially of horse, ass, or camel.
7*!^, Suckled.

Lit. suckling.

— R. Heb.

So also the Arabic.
def.

pZj, a she-ass

— ovov— Noun fem.
is)

Heb. pnX, Gen.
Transl.
18.

xlix. 11.
colt,

And {He

seated on a

the foal

of an

ass.
sc.

cn\*^on\

on<=^

1,

they went forth to meet

Him,
^

| (

»

m

|

1

O

— Gr. — For
to

vTvrjvTqcrtv
its

auTw o o;(\os

— \\*^ r\r,\

prep. Against, ojyposite

form with

affixes, see note, S.

Matt.

v. 39.
pl.

19.

rptS\ _i5Zq1d, ye prevail
tense) of 5Aj,

— w^eAeiTe—Aphel part.
5Z.0J
(S. to increase. S.

(forming pres.
xix.
16),

Was abundant. Aph.

Luke

Gained, produced, profited, made

Pret. 3. sing. fem.

2?Zof, Hebr.
l?Zak),
1

iv.

2

Part.

jZaLD,

Matt, xxvii.

24:— Fem.

Tim.

iv. 8.

20

0001 Aj],
certain
(lit.

Transl.

And

there were also
uj) to

from among

the Gentiles

men)

that

came

worship at the feast.

(21) These

came and drew near,
24.

<kc.

[Ly^,

the grain, corn


pl.

o koVkos

— Noun fem.

def.
i.

Heb.
17.

rr^'lfi,
T \
:

nn*l3. Grains scattered or sown, Joel
\
;

— R. ^^3, Broke

off]

separatecL


174


,

S.

JOHN

XII. 24-38.

Ver. 24.

'JA^.Kij,

of wheat
S.

—tov airov—Noun
iii.

fern. def.

PI.

clef,

(of

masc.

form) l^ii,

Matt.
pl.

12,

&c.— R ^L*^, Put forth
cxlvii.

fruit.
pi.

Heb. ntSn,

D^tSn, Ps. IxxxL 17:
vii.

14.— Chald.

r^Jn,
27,
(

Ezr.\i. 9;
troubled
part.

22.
Tera'paKTai

»

>

11


8.)

,

— Gr.
-

— Fern,

of

*

a

i

.

i

»

(S.

James
note,

i.

Peil of

.t

•; Stirred up, perturbed

— see

S.

Luke

xxiii. 5.

Transl.

Now my

soid, behold, is trotibled.
/xc
aff.

-

>

\ ^, save Me— o-wcrov —Pael imperat. with
Pa.
aff.

of

(^ (not used).
j^^U, with

.^.^
Rom.

(2 S. Pet.
vii.

ii.

7),
1.

Set free, delivered
sing.

Put.

24, &c.

]f^], with

aff.

Acts xxvi. 17

Imperat. lls), S. Matt, xxvii. 40, &c
i.

Part,

l^^i^,

1

Thess.

10.

Ethpaal
2 Tim.
I^^Zlul,
iv.
1.

*_»

f^L] Was set free,
,

escaiyed.

Pret,
xi.

1. sing.

Aj ^Z]
25

17.— 3.
sing.

p],

O^IijZf, Hebr.
xv. 31.

34;

xii.

Put.

\^L\, Rom.

1, pl.

eh. v. 9.

Heb. nV3) Gaped, as wild
T T lips,

beasts, Ps. xxii. 14.

Opeiud the

to vow, Ps, Ixvi, 14:
it

Delivered, Ps. cxliv. 7, 10, 11.
ycyovcVat

29,

]oC7l

]^V \

was thunder
Rev.
iv. 5,

—Ppovnjv
&c.
19.

—Noun masc,

def.

Pl,

def. ]l2lL),

Heb. D^"!, Ps. Ixxvil
31.

jjA-a-SD, cast, is cast

iKl^XrjO^a-eTai
vii.

Ethpe.

wi>Z1l»"J

(Acts

21),

— R. b^*l. Raged, roared. Threw. — of —Ethpeel — Pret. Was
part,
(,_»,

cast

out.

1.

sing.

L^L»Z
13.— 1.
32. 35.

1

Cor. XV.

32.— Put. ]]Lm3,
Part. pl.
ch.

fem. IjA^Z",

S.

Matt.

v.

pl.

Acts xxvii. 26

^jAjtlL, Acts
vi 44.
i.

vii. 19.

^.

,

I

I

shall

--ti^Kt'l,
xiii.

— iXKvaw — See note, yet — — Used adverbially;
draw
crt

see note, ch.

35.

Compare

33; xiv. 18, below,

where the Gr. xpoVov and Syr. ji-Ol are

omitted.
38.

UIdZZ", 7night be falf lied— irXrjpuyefj


.

TLthpaixl fut.

3.

sing.
ii.

fem. of
17, &.C.),

UlD,

Filled,

was full.— Ethi)ii.

i

S^oZf (S.

Matt.

S.

JOHN

XII. 38—40.

175

Ver. 38.

Was filled,
23,

fulfilled, 'perfected.
S.

Pret.
xvii.
S.

3. pi.

o

.

n^ ^],

S.

Luke

i.

&c
ix.

Fut. JISdAj,

John

12,

&c.— 2.

sing.

Uk^ZZ*

Acts

17.— 3.''pl. ^oI^Aj,
Eph.
iii.

Matt. xxvi. 54, 56,
S.

&c.— 2. pL
40.— PL
20.

^iZZ",
masc.
-r—

19._Part. jl^AkJ,

Luke

ii.

^

.

^Vr>AVn

ch. ix.

51.— PI.

fern.

^v\0->aO>
(S,

cli. i.

SV) m \, our report
6)

ttJ a/corj t/jmcoi/

— ('^^ »
Heard.

Matt,

xiii.

14; xxiv.

noun masc.
and

def.

A

hearing, rumour.

Here with

pref.

X of the
i,

object,
,

aff. 1. pi.

— R.
A

vjlci».

Whence
pleon, S.

also

(vnV) « noun masc.

def.

hearer,

with
aff.

aff.

James

23.

PL

def.

llolo^,
,

ver.

22;— with
tidings,

pleon.

Rom.

il 13.

Heb. ^I2i^ Report,

Gen. xxix. 13,

01^55, the arm

(aff.

pleon.)

d /Spax^Lwv

—1^3
aff,

5

(Acts xiiL 17), noun
S.

com. def.— PI. ^_»J>?), def. \L^y, with

Mark
ii,

ix.

36, &c.

Heb.

j;i-lT, Isa.

liii.

1.— Chald.

"j^T],

Dan.

32.
sing, of
.

«

I

\

Phil.
S.

—Ethpeel ]Li, Revealed. Fem. Aj-X-.Z], Ptom. — &c. — pL ^.\..7f Cor. Matt. Luke — l£iZZ,
.

iZ

(

,

hath been revealed

direKaXwfiOr}

pret.
3, pi.

3.

iii.

21, &c.
xi.

o

^.I'^t

i.

13,

1.

2

6

Fut. UsiAj,

X.

26,

ifec:

Feni.

S.

xix.

11.-3.
iii.

pi.

^qZ^^.Aj, 2 Cor.

iv.

10,

11.— 2.
Part.
13.

pi.

voX^ZZ'', Col.
S.

4

Inf.

Q_jL.AkA,
Fern.

Gal.

iii.

23
iii.

jL.Ak?,

Mark

iv.

22, &c.
1

:—

]1V'aO^

2 Cor.

PI.

fem. ^i.X^^\k),

Cor,

xiv. 25.

40.

O JQ-L,

the'tp

have blinded
blind.

— Gr.
7 7

t€tv</>X<dk€i/^

— Pael

pret. 3. pi. of

JQA,

Arab. Was
5cllZ"J,
iii.

Pa.

5ai
Pret,

(2 Cor. iv. 4),
3.

Made

blind.
xi.

— Ethpa.

Was

blinded.

pi,

O^Q^Z], Rom.

7; 2 Cor,

14.

Heb.

Pi. ^!)j;,
*
*

Deut. xvi, 19.

•7>

..7

O*^

>j|, they have darkened
yi.a_K»,

— Gr.
Amos

Tren-wpwKev

— Aphcl

pret.

3.

pi.

of

Was

dark.

Aph.

m,a..kj(,

Made

dark, obscured.

Heb. Hiph. TtJ^hn,

v. 8;

Ps. cv. 28.

.

17G
N.B.

S.

JOHN

XII. 40-48.

XIII. 1-4.

Ver. 40.

The Syriac Version determines the

right interpretation of

the original.
47.

See Whitby's note on this passage.

^OlA 'r^

(Jo,

and

keepeth them not
/xv;

— Gr. kqX
(jivXaiy.

fxy)

maTivcry

— The

Sin.

Vat. and Alex. MSS. read koL
48.

J>Qji^5 ,-Sd, he that rejecteth
despised, rejected.


3.

o dOeriov
pl.
pl.

—Part,
S.

of I>Q_L^, Oppressed,

— Pret.
V.

aLQ_L^,

Luke
S.

vii.

30:
v.

—Fern.
Fat.

JllD^,
I>Oo\^,
a-T€f)r]ar]<;,

1

Tim.

12.— 2.

^L%nS^,

James

4

2. sing.

^O \Il
X.

(]j),

oppress, defirmd (not)
pl.

fiy diro-

S.

Mark

19

Part.

masc.

^^ C-

^-

Mark

vii. 9.

CHAPTER
1.

XIII.
def. fern.

]Z;_»^>^, unto the

end

ets re'Xos

—Noun
2; xx.
(

The end,

latter part.

With
last,

pref.

%^ and

A

it

becomes an adv. of time, Afterwards,

at

Gr. vcTTcpov, see ver. 36, below; S. Matt. xxii. 27; xxv. 11;
xii.

S.

Mark

6; S.

Luke

iv.

32.— R. •^, Heb. 'IMX, Was
and
lie loved

behind, tarried;

by

aphseresis of

Transl. Jesus

knew

that the

hour was come.

.

.

.;

His

own which were in
2

this world,

and

loved them unto the end.
\.e.

ZoOl

rCiO, Transl.

And when

supper was,

in progress; during

supper

Kttt

SeiVvou ycvo/xeVou

{yivofxivov. Sin.

and Vat. MSS.)

.... ^001 y^y, Transl. It was put by (_^) Satan into the heart kc.

See note, ch.
3
4.

v.

3.

^j
(S.

0O1, Transl. Jesus, then, because

He

kneio that the Father,
Pl.

etc.

,_,aioAj>>J,

His garments
ix. 16),

—Gr.
feet.

ra

i/iaria

with

aff.

of

]A>,»J

Matt.

noun masc.

def.

A

robe, properly the long outer

robe descending to the

Pl. def.

lAilj,

S.

Matt.

xi.

8.

R. Zu>J, Descended.
]jOr£D, a towel
S.

— XcVrtov

{crivBwv,

S.

Mark
def.

xiv.

51,

52:

crovSaptoi',

Lnke

xix. 20),

— Noun masc.

— Lat. Sindon.

S.

JOHN

XIII. 4—8.

177
linen,

Yer.

4.

Heb,
Isa.
iii,

j^*]Dj -^^^

under-garment offine

Judg. xiv. 12, 13;

23; Prov. xxxi. 24.

(_K*iiD,

girded

—Sie^waev—Verb Peal
Luke
of the
xxii.

pret. Smote, struck,
aff.

when followed

by the

accus. S.

50; with

S.

John
sc,

xviii. 10, 22, kc.

When

followed by *^,

Girded on

tightly,
is

struck or pressed

upon that part
Pi'et. 2.

body which
aff.

girded, ch. xxi. 7, below.
xviii. 23.

sing Aj_kkLd, with
xii.

S.

John

S.
ix.

Mark
5.

5

Fut. ]Jlla3, Rev. xix. 15:

1.

sing.

I^IId]

,

S.

Matt. xxvi. 31,

— —Fern. &c. —

3. pi.

Q_kkLd,
ch.

"[L^L,

3. pi.

^CLK^kU,
49
v.

with
Inf.

aff.

pleon. Acts xxiii.
S.

2.— 1.

pi.

^k>,Lqj, S.

Luke

xxii.
S.

jAvnO^V

Matt. xxiv. 49, &c
.

Part.
*fec

"iJ^,

Matt.

39, &c.
{loJiich

PI. masc.

..kV)

S.

John
loins,

xix. 3,
i,

Part. Peil ]js»iiD,

was) pressed upon His
-5.

e.

with which His loins wei'e

girded, ver.

below.
togetlier, Ps. xcviii. 8.

Heb. 5^nD) Smote the hands
T T
ii.

— Chald.
Ezr.
vi.

5<n^, Dan.
T
;

34,

35.— Ithpe.
/xaxop-ai.

SHJ^rii^,
"
: ;

Was fastened

to,

11.

Compare Gr.
on His

._ji(710^>v»O,

loins

— Gr.
i.

iavrov
xi.

PI.

with

aff.

of \f~*^,
vii.

noun

masc. def. The back,
PI. def.

Rom.

10; the loins,

Hebr.

5, 10.

]\L,

1 S.

Pet.

13.

Heb. dual D^^SpI, Gen. xxxv. 11.— Chald.
the Syr. being contracted from these forms.
5.

pn,

Dan.

v.

G;

jA.4|L_«iiQO, into the bason

— ek t6v
lie

vtTrr^pa

—-Aphel part.
Simon
Peter,

pass, used as

a noun substantive; see note, ch.
6

ix. 7.

_j5 f^,

Transl. Biot

when

came

to

Simon said

to

Him,
8.
(J

(kc.

^.^s\,

not for ever, never

— Gr. ov
def

ix-q

cts toi/

alwva.
PI.

jAjiiD, part
xix.

/xepo?

— Noun fem.
ch.
i.

A

j^irt, portion.

,CLLLd, ch.

23.
i.

^Q_L1d ^\£ri, in all 2>arfs or ways, Gr. TroXv/xfpws,
1.

Hebr.

—See note
Sam.
T T

iii.

25.

Heb.

r\^f2, 1

4, 5.

w.

c.

23

178

S.

JOHN

XIII. 9—14.

Ver.

9.

—Jr^,

therefore— A.<\\er\).

Traiisl.

Therefore, Lord, not only

my feet

shcdt

Thou

loash for me,

hut also
10.
j.K>jCDp

my

hands, also
is

my

head.

001, he that

washed
also.
ii.

o XeXov/xeVos

— Part.
1

Peil of

]jis>,£D, 3. sing.

Washed, was washed;
fern.

Swam, Acts
pi.

xxvii. 43.

Pret.

'LLsd, 2

S. Pet.

22.-2.

^LjJ^J^,

Cor. vi. 11

Put. ]--'""

V

3. pi.

^Oj^kHU, Acts
TFosAefZ,

(loc. cit.).

Aph. wi-kkTDI,
Hebr.
|q_k».CD,
]_k_K*,£D,
|Ajv!*-CD,

Acts

xvi. 33.

—Part.

pass.

.

i

«...

mVi^

x. 22.

— From

this verb are derived

a swimming,
A
toashing,

act

of swimming, Acts xxvii, 42,
v. 26.
5.

43.

Epb.

a

washing. Tit.

iii.

Heb.

nn^, Swam, T T
Def.

Isa.

xxv. 11. Hijih. Inundated, Ps.

vi. 9.

Pj,

clean

— KaOapos—Part.
ic.

Peil of
1

pj

(see note,
i.

cli.

xi.

55) used as
[.aJD>,

an

adjective.
4,

xiii.

—Def.
7

U^J, .PI

Tim.

5, &c.

—Fern.
PL

Hebr.
*

]Aj^5, Acts

xxiv. 16, &c.

masc.

_i^5,
verse.

S.
-

John

XV. 3, &c.

— Def.

[JLO'i, in this

and the following

PI. fern. —JLO"), Phil. iv. 8.

From
i.

this is derived the adv.

ZliJ-il^j, Sincerely, 2)urely, Phil.

17, &c.
all


12

.... <pAj| *^1, ye also.
inserted in the
error.
»
7

After these words ,^1QA£),

of you,

is

Vienna and some other Editions

—a
He

manifest

__i> ,0, Transl.

But tvhen He had tvashed

their feet,

took

His

garments,
14,

and

seated

Himself (reclined), and said
Kai

%

them, &c.

PiOi,

how much more

— Gr. —

—]Ld,

What, with

pref.

wD.

How
9.

great, S. Matt. vi. 23; xxvii. 13,

Hovj onany,

ch. xv,

34; xvi.

.X.t:p7 — %oL2\ ^_A_dj-K»,
noun masc.

How,

ch. vii, 11; xii, 12,

Whilst, Hebr, ix, 17,

ye ought

oc^ctAcTe

— PI.

of

«n

i

kj

7^
tense,

(ch. xix. 7, &c.)

A

debtor, guilty person.

Here

used, after the

manner

of a verb, forming with a

pronoun the present

and pro-

nounced with

it

as one word, Khaiorltim.

It also coalesces with

S.

JOHN
7

XIII. 14—25.
7

179
7
,

Ver. 14.

tlie

pron. as
.'

an
1

•V

i

k>,

Gal.
xi.

v. 3.

_J_i.^1j..kj

10

Acts
S.

xvii. 29, &,c.

Fem. ]n
xvi. 5.
«C,
-X

L,

Cor.

10.— PI. def.

]^lii,

Luke

vii.

41:

— From

this

form are derived
def.

7

jZ.Q-d-fc_Kj,
.0.
Ov

noun. fem.

Contemplation,
aff.

Rom.

viii. 1, »tc.

7

|Z.Q-C1j_kkLd, the

same; with
lit.

2 Cor.

vii. 3.


15.

7

7

r>jj

,_Ki, o?ie

another's,

o«e of one

— Gr.

aAAT^'Awv.
tvtto?,

(mc^o
1

^

rtjj

example
6.

viroSeiyfia

—Noun derived from the Gr.
ambassador

Cor. X.

16.

f.K»

t

N »,

he that is sent,

i.e.

the messenger,

— aTrocrToXos
Matt.
x. 2, &c.

Part. Peil def. of *>,kX^ (see note, ch. v. 36), used as a noun.
PI.

^j1j.1L», Acts ii. 14.— PI.
ha2y]yy

def.

"jjlll^,

S.

^O^,
def.

fiaKoipioL

PI.

def.
i.

of
25.

p.^Q_^ (Acts

xxvi. 2) adj.

Happy;

blessed, S.
£,
,

James

From |oa^,

Good, good-

ness.

P. «^Q_^ -^
it is

Was

good.

18

|0C7I ]J,
all

not of

you

all, sc.

nequaquam

— by no means of you
aff.

do I speak.
his heel

(J\*~\Ci\,

rr/v

Trripvav avTov
p)art

— Noun
aff.

fem. with

pron.

|ci.Q.L,

The hinder

of the foot,

or, heel,

including the ancle.
iii.

PL
(

def.
,

(masc. form) (iiilL, with
footsteps,

Acts

7.

— Fem.

def.

i^

nOS

Rom.
iii.

iv. 12.

Heb. ^py, Gen.
7

15; Ps.

Ivi.

7.— PI.

flbipj^, Footsteps,

Ps. Ixxvii. 20; Ixxxix. 52.
7

22.

r>->-^

r>-»)

one on another;
.

lit.

one on one, Gr.

cj?

oXXt/Xovs,

23

(001 Ajj, Trans] Noio there loas of His disciples one
reclining on

who

icas

His bosom; he lohom Jesus

loved.

(24)

To him

beckoned, &c.
24.

liOJ, beckoned

vev'ct

—Yerb

Peal pret.

3.

sing.
v.

Made
7

signs, nodded.


S.

Pret.

3.

pi.

Olk)5,

S.

Luke

i.

Q2;

Inf.

and

part.

JOOI IIDj IId^Id, he continued making

signs,

Gr.

yjv

Stavci^wi/,

Luke

i.

22.
(aff.

25.

C7l_»p.Kj,

the breast

pleon.)

— to

a-TTjOo'i

«-*,-»>»,

def.

(-ir-^t

(Rev.

180

S.

JOHN

XIII. 25—34.

Ver. 25.

xv. 6),
S.

noun masc. The
xxiii. 48.

breast.

PI.

^r>-»,

def.

\^,-*^,

with

aff.

Luke

Heb. ^]^, The

breast, of animals,
pi.

Exod. xxix. 26, 27.— Cliald.
aff.

nn
Transl.
26.

(in

thJTargums)

|nn, with
upon

Dan.

ii.

32.
(fee.

And
,

that dlsci2)le fell
/^ui/^as

the breast

of Jesus and said,
pies,

PI

M^f
this
S.

— Gr. verse — Gr.
I
dij)

eixlSdipaq

— Part, (forming tense) of in —Dipiyed, washed. Fut. VJiClO^,
^lCi«,
tinged,
robe,

Luke
Heb.

xvi. 24.

deriv.

VyH, A dyed

Judg.

v. 30,
it.

Transl. lie
27.

it is, to

whom I dip

the

bread

and give

\^Z],
7

entered

da-yjXOcv


29.

\\

.1

v*^,

quicMy

rd-^iov

— Ethpaal —Adv. same

pret. 3. sing, nf v\

v

\\

s Filtered.

as ^-i*-^

— see

note, eh. xi. 29,

above.
.-jOlOjIf
,

in the poiver, piossession
eT;(ev o

o/"

Judas

(aff.

pleon.)

i.

e.

Judas
,

had—~Gr,

'lovSas

— Preposition,
pronom.

of the various forms jj.

pj., r^ltj

r-»T.

—taking
He
Inf.

affixes after the

manner

of a

noun

pi.

— Some Editions here read ,^G^0,^*.

— — —

OlA fins
avTw 6

,.Cl£i1D5, that
'lr]crov^

and

pret.

^_C)].J5, that
{i>i:::ALo,

he shoidd buy, to

needful

— Gr.
Luke
PI. fem.

wv

XP^'^""
.

co7nma7ided him — Gr. on — See note, 57, above. buy — Gr. — Ethpeel of
strictly

Xiyu

oh. xi.

ayopacroi'.

exofxev
|^

part,

(V.,r'),

Desired, sought.

Ethpe.
X.

>

v«^/

Was

necessary
^^ >

Part. fern.
S.

llv^Ak),
xxi. 3, &c.

S.

42,
V

&c.— PI.

masc.

SipAk),
.

Matt,

voA^Dj
buy
that

ch. vi. 32, &c.

Transl.

Commanded him

to

which was needful for

the feast.

30

__»j oai, Transl.

And Judas

received the bread immediately,
out.

and

went out; and

it

was night when he went

In the Gr.

eu^t'ws

refers to eirjXOev. 32.
34.
jp>s>J:D,

—The Alex. MS. reads ^v
€v6v<i

8e vvi

on

iirjXdev.
J,_k»

\^r^,

immediately, straightway — — Adv. — neio — Def. of (Acts
Kati'tjv

comp. of
21), adj.

+ _Ld.
def.

Z.p>j

xvii.

— Fern.
Mark

]llt^,

S.

Matt.

ix.

16, .fee— PI. masc.

def. ]Lflj, S.

xvi.

S.

JOHN
def.

XIII. 34—38.

XIV.

1,

2.

181

Ver. 34.

17.— PI.
ft^,

fern.

TZZ'j^, S. Matt.
x. 20.

ix.

17,

&c.— R.

L^,
xliii.

Pa.

Renewed, Hebr.
fern.

Heb. SJ'in

HtJ'in, Ps- xxxiu. 3;
4."^

xl.

4; Isa.

19.—

Chald. Jinn/Ezr.
35.

vi.

ft^ Z.CLA

,„K», 07ze <o

another;

lit.

one fo owe

— Gr.
fxoi.

kv a.XXyjXoL<;.

36

|Z;..»^_ik,

Transl.

But in

the

end
all

(ccfferivards)

thou shalt come.

The
38.

Sin. Vat.
the

and Alex. MSS.

omit

jL.fcj5Z, cock — dXeKTwp — Noun masc. AXZ., thrice — — See note,
-t-l-Ol
rpt's
cli.

def.

iii.

4,

above.

CHAPTER
7 7

XIV.

».

1.

505 Aj

|J, let

not your heart be troubled

/at)

TapaaaeaOw

—Ethpaal
Fut.

fut.

3. sing,
»>

of 505, 55 (not used; probably
7
_

Was

disturbed, boiled up).
-7.7

Pael 505, Troubled, hindered, with

afF.

Gal.

v,

7

Fut. 50rJ,
2. pi.

with

aff.

Col.
S.

ii.

16

Ethpa. JOjZ]^ Was agitated.
6.

^jOjZZ"
Heb.
Syr.
2.
1

Matt. xxiv.

deriv. T)*],

A

pot, kettle, 1

Sam.

ii.

14; Ps. Ixxxi.
Jer.

7.

po|,

ing,

— Also, any 2 Kings xxiv. 7; mansions — — of po| 23) noun masc. A dwellabode — R. Arab. Entertained vnth welcomed.
505.
vessel, basket,
x.
2.

juovat

PI. def.

(ver.

jo|,

hospitality,

Compare
Transl.

note, S. Matt.

v.

25.

Many
7 .0

are the mansions in
told

My Father's house.
av

1

AjOOI

^Ld|,

/ woidd have

cTttov

— Part,

and

subst. verb, ex-

pressing the plup. subjunctive.


]j]

^ll?, for
read

I go—Gv.

iropcvoixai

—The —
is

Sin. Yat.

and Alex. MSS.

on

Tropf.vojxai.

-*^

'

Li?, ihat

I may prepare,
-•^
xii.
(^,

to

prepare

eToip-daai

of %C^Q-l
(S.

for

which *^|^

used,

—Pael — Pa. Was
good.

fut. 1. sing.

>n

i

(^

Luke

47), 2fade ready.

Pret.
ii.

3. sing. fern.
xii.

Ad_i_4) Rev.
pi.

xix.

7.-2.

sing.

Adl^,

S.

Luke

31;

20.— 3.

nn"> j.

182

S.

JOHN

XIV. 2—10.

Ver.

2.

S.

Matt. xxvi. 19, &e.:
pi.

— Fern.
vi.

.

i

n

i

|^,

S.

Luke

xxiil.
S.

56; xxiv.
i.

1.— 2.
—2.
1.

^AnL^,
S.

Rom.

19
2.

Fut.
pi.

.nV/p,
i

Luke
vi.

17.

sing.

sTIxL^L, ver. 76.

^n
&c
vi.

(^Z,

Rom.
»

13.

pi.

»£i-»_^,

Matt. xxvi. 17, &c

Imperat. -"^
Part,

/, S.

Luke
2 Cor.
7 7

xvii.

8.— Pi. Q^lli,

iv. 17.

PI. masc.

. «-^ .

17^Vi^

S.

Matt.

iii.

3,

^^l^lo,

Rom.

16

Part. pass. »CL»..^iiD,
4,

ch. vii. 6, above,

masc.

>

17 '^
«

&c.— Fern. ]n
^S.

/^-Sd, S. Matt. xxii.

&c.—PI.
xxiii. 15. S.

5^j

Matt. xxiv. 44;

—with ^
fern.

7

«^>^

Acts

Def. ]'^

"

5 ^,

Luke

xii.

40.—PI.
by

^A'.'R^^

Matt.

XXV, 10.
Chald.
3.

^Xp,

TVas glad, followed

^'^,

Dan.

vi. 24.

"jjZI

....

Jo, (See various readings
ai"e

at the

end of Bagster's Ed.)

These words but restored

not in the Vienna Ed. nor in that of Ti-emellius,

to the text
,

from a MS. by
.

Guy
aff.

de la Boderie.
^5'

7

8.

tO-KJ, sheio
ii.

us

Set^ov rjfuv

— Imperat. with

of *_.Q„»j, see note, ch.

18, above.


10.

Or^,

it svfficeth

—apx^t — Compare
xxii.

Heb. ^15

>

comp. of ^1, Sufficiency
2.

(Mai,
Iii,

iii.

10),

and 2, Lev. xxv. 26; Deut. xxv.
51; 2 Cor.
o yaeVwi'
ii.

—Followed by
ii,

see S.

Luke

6,
7

;^V

7

j

dwelling, dwelleth

Part, of jioL

(S.

Matt,
i.

23, &c.),

Inhabited, dwelt.— Vvet

3. sing.

fem. Z-ViS, 2 Tim.

14

Fut.
pi.

;0^VV Acts
1

vii.

2; 1 Cor,
pi.

vii.

13; fem. ^iV?sZ", ver.
1 S.

12.— 1.

Tim.
i.
e>

ii.

2

Lnperat.

O^klL,

Pet.

iii.

7

Inf.

;V)SV)\,
masc.

Col.
X
.

19
^

Part. fem. lilol,
S.
,

Rom.
:

vii.

17, 18, 20,
7

&c.—Pi.
_

•V>v

Luke
S.

xiii.

4,

&c.

— with
Luke

_J~k», Acts xxiv.
xi.

3.

Pi.

fem.

Any

Matt. xiL 45;
viii, 9.

S.

26

Part. Peil

;

i

V^\,

actively,

Acts

— From
A

this verb are derived
i.

jaklL, noun masc.
xiii.

An
def.

inhabitant, Acts

20,

PI. def.

p"oV)S,

ch,

27.

^i^DQ-li,
7

noun masc.

dwelling-place,
^

Acts

xvii, 26.
l"
^

7
^

VnvVn noun masc.
(in

A habitation. Form of Aphel part, — Def.
ii.

(;V)SV?

some Eds. f^lQlil)) Eph.

22.

S.

JOHN

XIV. 10—28.

183

Ver.

10.

^VivAV)^
\D
I

habitable.

Form

of

Ethpaal part.
iii.

— Fern.
Name, I

def.

1;V)SA1d, the habitable earth, Rev.
Transl.

10, &c.

14

Jo,
do

And

if ye shall have ashed

Me

in

My
ch.

will

(it).

15.
16.

17.

18.

—Imperat. of i_^; note, ^^.•"^^ Comforter— IlapaKXijTov Advocate, 001 ,Q^1C50, in you— Vat. MS. comfortless — — of ^Aj,
0^,
I

keej)


7

rrjprja-aT^

pi.

see

ii.

10.
ii.

{}

>

1 S.

John

1.

X

-X

a7id is

koL iv vixiv IdTiv.
def.

jlJoAj,

6p(^avov<;

PI.

def.

]ijDA_»,

noun

masc. One
desolate.

left solitary,

an

orplian.

R. i>oAj

,

Arab. Was bereaved,

Heb. t3in\ Deut.

x. 18.


21.

.

.

.

.

p

I

]Z

j ,

Transl.

For I

will

come

to

you a

little

after.

In the

Greek,

ert fx.iKp6v is

joined to the next clause.
dya-rrrjdijcriTaL

isQjsjjAj, shall be

loved—

—Ethpeel
Tt

fut. 3. sing,

of ^<1m7,

Loved.
7

— Ethpe.

I>CLk»5Z|,
is
it

Was

loved.

22.

Q_i1d,
•X

whyl how
-.0

that...?

— Gr.

yeyovev on;

— Comp.
^

of

oai+ pV).
•X

^

7
_

2G.

^CLOJOTJLJ, lie shall bring to your o'emembrance

vTrofivrjau v/xas

Aphel

fut.

3.

eh. XV. 20.

— Aph.
Eom.

sing, (with aff.) of JOTLL, ~
-h

Remembered

— See

note,
•>.

.7

JCTLLJ, ~

Made
Inf.

to
-X

reinember
7
.

— Fut.
1

.-n

1.

sing. JOT.!*!, ~

with

aff.

xv.
i.

15

OjOT-lLoA, Acts xx. 35
masc. ^-^>ai\V),

Part.

;OTSV>, 2 Tim.
27.

6,

&c.— PI.

Cor. xi. 26.
3,
etc.),
i.

(V)\ 9,
masc.

i^eace

dpi]vr]v

— Def.

of

i>Q_L»

(ch.

xix.

noun

Prosperity, health, safety; salutation, S.

Luke

40, 44.

mV) \

m

Aa|j,
T

she saluted her, ver. 40.
cxxii. 7,

Heb. t:)h^, Ps.
28.

&c.— Chald. th^, Dan. T
:

iii.

31, etc.

^AjOOI

|,»k»,

ye woidd rejoice

ixap-qre uv

— So the Vienna Edition,
—The
Sin. Vat.

Tremellius,

and Hutter.

Other Editions read ^r>->-

p]

v>l]>,

because

I go

— Gr.

on

utvov, Tropevofxat

and

Alex.

MSS. omit

cTttov.

184

S.

JOHN

XV. 1—6.

CHAPTER XV.
Ver.
1.

]Ae7>

.

tlie

Vine

17

a/x7reXos

— Noun fem.

def. for

"j

A

1

g^

.
^

Nun

being compensated for by
in

tlie

hard pronunciation of Z, indicated
PI. def.
] y

some books by tbe point Kushoi (Z).
Heb. ]S^, Ps. Ixxx.
9, 15.

g^O

...


2.

(

v..

\«=^

the

husbandman

o yecupyos

— Noun masc.
def.

def

A workman^
Pi.

labourer.

PI. def.

(

i'^\o^^ S. Matt. xxi. 33, &c.

»-kkX2),

Laboured.
|A

«

'•-^

branch

KXrjfia
5.

— Noun

fem.

PI.

def.

(masc.

form)

]A.«_d.», ver.

— R.

*^ »^ Chald.

Untwined, twisted
pi.

together.
v, 9.

Pa. Disturbed, perplexed.
5.

—Ithpa. Was

perplexed, part.

Dan.

p(
I

IJ55

\i"^,k3,

for toithout
loithered
6,

Me — on

x<^pis c/aou.

G.

m "^^y, that
(S.

(is)

— Gr.

koI l^rjpavOt]

— Part.
18

fem. of

«

n

»

Matt.
S.

xiii.

&c.),

Dried up, was dry.

Pi-et.

3. sing.

fem.

ZuL^,
Put.
pai-t.
-

Matt. xxi. 19, 20,
Part.
V

&c.— 3.
,

pi.

Q-a-Cu, Rev.
ix.

xvi.

12.—

«^]^
-TV

«

'^
i.

'

S.

Mark

A ph.

..aLTDo],

.„«l^q1d,
••

S.

James

11.

Heb. t^'nS Ps.
T

xxii. IG.

Transl.

He
,

is cast forth,

as a branch that

is toithered.
pi.

—.^.^ n \

gatliering

— they gather—avvayova-Lv — Part.
-5^^,
part. jiLo »4^ZL^>lD,

of -^^^ \)

Collected

— Pael

a

collector

of words,

babbler, Gr. (r7rep,aoXo'yos,

Acts

XAdi. 18.

Heb. bpS, Ruth
Transl.

ii.

3, 7, 15.
it

And

they gather {and) cast

into the fire, that
avrd..

it

may

be

—The Sinaitic MS. reads for — |5q_LO, into — to — Def of 5QJ (Hebr. noun fem. — |Z.03QJ. — Dcriv.
burned.
au'ro

iliefire

eis

Trvp

i.

7; Rev.

viii. 8),

PI. def.

adj. |>».J)QJ,

Fiery ;

pi.

def

tlijOJ, Rev.
Chald.

ix. 17.

^!)J,

Dan.

iii.

6, ikc.

;

S.

JOHN
he

XV. 6—19.
hurned
(Rev.

185

Ver,

6.

j-DjZj, that
fern,
pi.

it

inay

hum,

(for w»pi:^|Z.) of

,.Q_»

viii, 7, 8),

— Gr. koi KaUrai—Fut. Burned up. —
Cor.
iii.

3.

sing,

Pi-et. 3.

OyAI,
Matt.
29,

ver.

7

Fut.

,h]l,

1 1

15.— 3.
Part.
PI.

pi.

vPpD]j,

S.
xi.

xiii.
(fee.

30
Fern.

In£ yi:|ki\,
(,Q.t,

Cor.

vii.

9

^AI, 2 Cor.

Acts

vii.

30, &c.
vi.

masc.

^j-Qj,
,

S.
S.

Matt.

xiii.

40.— Def.

]l6.1,

Eph.

16

Part. Peil

i

n^,

Luke

xxiv.

32.__From
def.

this verb is derived
vi. 8.

(j^j, noun masc.

A

hurning, Hebr.

Heb. *^p\ Deut.
7
9.

xxxii.

22.— Chald. "IpV

part.

Dan.

iii.

6, &c.

yk)

^2,
.

Transl. All that ye desire to ask shall he {done) unto you.

«_i.^^9

..AVi '>;*^j in

my

love

—-ev

t^

dyaTrrj rfj Ifxy

— JALq>v»5, noun
i

fern. def.

Love, friendshi}^

witliaff. 1. sing.

(

V

<^'~'|; |Z\l£U^5,

love

of strangers, hosintality.
1

Constr.
10.
i.

(c^mn

ASJQjjJ, love of

money, (fnXapyvpla,

Tim.

vi.

|Z.Q_k»(

Z^V)Kt3, fove of fra-

ternity, hrotherly love, 2 S. Pet.
11.

7.

— R.

I>Qjsi5,

Loved.

^ano

foaiZ., «?i^/i< 6e

m you — €v

vixiv ^,

Vat. and Alex. MSS.
3.

]1V>AjZ, might
ULd, Was
Esbtaph.
.

he full


^

irXrjpoiOfj

Eslitaplial fut.

sing. fern,

of

full.
.

Shapli.
m!\

.

.

\ V> •

^

see note, cb. xvi. 24, below.

XVnA
V

Was perfected, consimimated.
i

Fut. jILdZlm-Jj

3. pi. fern.

^

V^'a «

Rev. xv. 8;

xvii.

17

Part. |hD'A.«ji,
witli

S.

Luke
ii.

xiii.

32.

PI. masc.

»-NV)A » V)^ coalescing
Rev. xx.
7.

^Aj],

Col.
13.

10.— PI.

fern.

^iASoA..^,
(is)

.... (.dOjo, Transl. Love that
not)
ii.

greater than this is not

(i.e.

exists

tliat

a

man

should lay doion, &c.

For I>Qj_CDJ,

see note, ch.

6,

above.
Transl.
it

18

Aq,

And

if the ivor'ld hate you^

know

(Gr. yivwo-Kere) that

hefore you,

hated Me.

19

]J

]31

,

Transl.

But ye are not of the world; J'or I have chosen you

out of the world; therefore the ivorld hateth you.

w.

c.

24


;

186

S.

JOHN

XV. 20—27.

Ver. 20. OJCTLL remember
,

fivrj/xoveveTe

— Imperat,
mindful
3. pi.

pi.

of JOLL (S.

Luke

i.

72

Hebr. XL 22), Remembered,
with
2. pi.
aff.

loas

of.

—Pret.
2

2. sing. Z-JCTLL,

Hebr.

ii.

6

Fut. 5<TLLJ,

^jOUiJ,
iii.

^jOLlZ.,

S,

John

xvi. 4; 2 S. Pet.

2 Tim.

ii.

26.—

Imperat. JCTLl,
xxiv. 6

3 S.

John

ver.

10
aff.

PI. fern.

—.JOLL,

S.

Luke

Inf.

^mvVnV
xvi.
21.

with

Eph.

i.

16
S.

Part. 5{jii», fern. IjOli., S.

John


xV

PI. masc.
1

__»5aLL,
i.

Matt. xvi.

9,

&c.:

— coalescing
ii.

with _Lkj,
Peil

Thess.

117 3; —with
clef.

^Aj],
1

2 Thess.

5

Part.

rJ^TT-ii'j pl-

^r-**^-^? Acts XX. 31;

Cor.

xi. 2.

Deriv. (j)<7ICLL,

noun masc.

Memory, remembrance, 2 Tim.

i,

5,

&c.

N.B.

When JL
I;

precedes Ol,
|,
-K

it

has a vowel, with the soft pronunciation
its

of

and, like
7

remits

vowel to a preceding vowelless conunder
1.

sonant as JCTLLO.
nunciation, and
22.
"j

The

line

merely indicates this prolinea occultans.

must not be confounded with the

AXX

jpr^/ifi.r;;,

clohe

Trpoe^acrtv

— Del of jik or
^,
Entered.

|I_1.L (S.

Matt. xix.

3),

noun fem. Cause,
PI. def.

occasion, excuse.

Constr. A.^^, Gal. v. 1 3.

]K\<

—T?. ^5Ll

Chald.
24.

nW' T
»

^^^-

^^- ^' ^-

^O TI_».J..L_i^
ch. vi.

,

among them

lit.

to their eyes

—Gr.

iv avrots

— See note,
affixes
7
i
-X

5.^

^

\; prep. Before, in the jJresence of.
pl.

With
..
.

as a

noun masc.

—-The
Swpectv

.

X

.

Yud

is

often dropped,

^n'->

v\^

before you, S.
P

Luke

xxiii. 14.

7

_

25.

..

V>; loithout a cause

—Adverb,

lit.

gratis, given:

—in vain,

Gal

ii.

21.
Pi. \^J2i Gave, delivered u^y,

Compare Heb.
27.

Gen. xiv. 20.
of vjJCL*,

[j5q„»

^^5 from
IP
•fjt,

the beginning

a7r'

a.p-}(yj<i

— Def.

noun

17
Pa. ^-^i-*, Began.

S.

JOHN

XVI. 1-3.

187

CHAPTER
1.

XVI.

^\ »

'">/ /

|j5, that

ye should not be offended
pi. of VV ^

Iva

fit)

(TKavBaXia6r]T€


Ethpeel

fut. 2.

^
v,

(not used) Heb.
"^L]
,

^^2,

Tottered, Ps.

xxvii. 2; cix. 24.

Ethpe.
S.

Struck against, stumbled.
Fut.

Pret. 3.
xi. 6,

pi.

Q^^Zf,
1.

Matt. xv. 12
xxvi. 33.
ch.
xiii.

W « ^A
>

i

g.

Matt.
ch.

kc. —

sing.

\\anZ'(, cL

3. pi.

^\»nAi

xxiv, 10.

&c

Part.

V\>nAV),

21; PI.

^ K - ^aO^

ver. 57, &c.

Deriv. ^_«lD, noun masc.
1 S. Pet.
2.
ii.

An

offence,

Def.

ji-a.^, Gr.

aKavhaXov,

7, &c.

J.OJCQJ, will thinh

—ho^—Aphel
,

fut. 3. sing, of

^.OID, Supposed, thought.
to

Aph.
28.

;

*"^

rr j

Expected, judged ; caused
Fut.
2, pi.
iii.

suppose, S.
S.

Luke
iii.

xxiv.
9; v. 2 S.

Gr.

Trpoae-n-OLelTO.

17

^^^^lTdZ,
15,

Matt.

Part.
9.

;nmV>,

S.

Luke

&c.— PI. ^Ij^iailL,

Pet.

iii.

P-05Q-D,

sei'vice

sacrifice, gift.

—Xarpetav — Def. of _05Q_0, noun masc. An pLojOID, Matt. —R. %^i-0,
PI. def.
S.
ii.

oblation,

11, &c.

Drew

near.

Heb.

XTp,

Lev.

ii.

1,

&c.— or n^p, Xeh.
-n-poacfiipetv

x. 35, &c.

.«^,'nVi^ bringing, brings near
r<

— Gr.

—Pael
3. pi.

part, of «^^.0,
offered.

7

Came near.
1. sing.

Pa.

«J13;jQ (S.
aff. S.

Matt. xxv. 20), Brought,

— Pret.
S.

Ao^jD, with

Matt, xvii, 16.
S.

a^;_D,
Fut.
3. pi.

John

xix. 29, &c.


9

2.

pi.

yOl^iJD,

Luke

xxiii.

14

^O-XU,

Hebr.
S.

v. 1,
iii.

&c,

1. sing.

*0^r3|, Acts xxiv. 17.


S.

.CLO;.IDJ,

Mark

Imperat. i^jLo, S. Matt.
viii.

v. 24,

&c

Part. fern.
x. 18, &c.

]A;oV)^
Heb.
3

1

Cor.

8.— Pi.

masc.

-j-^^ASd,
Pa.

Matt.
Ezr.

Pi.

nip,

Ps. Ixv.

5,— Chald.

y^p,

vii.

17.

_j__iaiO,

Ti'ansl.

And

these things will they do, because, &.c.
vpuv.

The

Vat. and Alex.

MSS. omit

188

S.

JOHN

XVI. 4—19.

Ver.

4.

__iOlJr^, their time
finite object.

— Gr.

yj

wpa

Aff. fern, referring to

an inde-

Transl. That lohen their time is come, ye
told you.
G.

may remember
-^

them, that

I

[Lo^i^,

soro'oxv

—The Yat. and Alex. MSS. read — — Def. of Q_«{^, novm
7/

wpa

ahriov.

Xvirr]

fern.

Sadness.

H. \iO,

Was
Transl.

sad.

For I have said
your

these things to you,

and

sorroto is come,

and

hath filled
8.

hearts.

|Z.QjQ^)l ^1>, of righteousness
.

17
12.
-

iv. 3),

noun
much,

fern. Justice.

»

11

"^

J

many

— —Def. of Q^'l (Rom. — R, *D5l, Was things— ttoWo. —Adj. Great, much, cojnous,
tte/ji

SiKatocrwr^s
7

just.

abounding.

Often used as an adverb, Much, very,

cli.

UX
II

xxi. 8,

7

<y>^

S.

Matt.

iv.

25,

Vienna Ed, and
1

many

others; the Polyglotts, followed

by Schaaf, read
^

<k77
13.
vP'~'i*^i
aff.)
^;

He

,

loill
7

guide you

t

t

t

oSij-yr/crcc vixa<;

—Pael
15.
vi.

fut. 3. sing,

..
1

a "^
(with

of ^iDj, Led.
axithority
V.
7

—Pa.
•X

7 7
;.£:)>

(1

Tim.
Col.
S.

iii.

12), Rided, governed; led,

7 7

as
1

by
Tim.

Fut.
l>

;^D_,J, 7 /7

iii.

..7
3.

pi.

fern.

^t^rJ>

14
1

Inf.

";*^,^^j
iii.

Luke

39, (see note there)

7

Part.

^Or^,

Tim.

4.


14.

jZr_»Ali, things to

.*~^m

1

JJe shall receive
,ClCi_»Q_KjJO,

come — —

to. ip)(6fxeva

Xifi/^erac

— See note, — Participle used
ch.

iii.

14.

for future.
is

—The

word

and

shall

shew

it

unto you,

wanting in the

Vienna Ed. and in that of Tremellius, but restored to the text by

Guy
17.

de la Bodcrie from a

MS.
saying

0001 OjiD|0, and they

said, or kept

cittov

—Pret. and

/act

subst.

verb with force of imperfect.
19.
|?r-»^

^
among
yourselves

I>Q2i,

One

toith

another,

aXX^Xcav

7

7*
j_kj,

5,_K»,

form of noun
7.

pi.

def

—a

con-

tracted form of ^j^
as l?,jj
sucli are

see note, ch. vi.

Used

either alone,
:

O AD

(

,

th<'y

devoured one another, or with prepositions

S.

JOHN
17,,
T>

XVI. 19—21.

189

.•»0>>7

Ver. 19.

«ID; as |9r-»^K^ Q_i;_.iZ.|, they

engaged {fought) one another.
otJier.

^^;

as

Ijfj^
|>r-K»

_1d —-t-ML^i^
j_»»

,

differing Jrom each

»_i.; as

^Q_«.A.dAJ5, that they should meet together,

lit.

beside one another.

The above examples
7
.

are from

Bar Hebrseus.

In the N.T. with these

prepositions only,
iQ2i, as here; also S.
liik,

Lute

iv.

36; xxiii. 12; IS.

John

i.

7.

as in

Acts

xxi. 6; xxviii, 2.5;
iv. 11.

Rom.

ii.

15; Rev.

vi. 4.

^\li, as in S.

James

20.

,0.\(Z, ye shall lament
Pret.
]]]2
1.


^
i.

Oprjv-^aerc

Fiit.

2.

pi.

of (Jj,
vii.

Mourned.
32
Fut.

pi.

^
pi.

.

^X,
fem.

S-

Matt.

xi.

17;

S.

Luke

Part.

v V]", S.
8.

Luke

xxiii. 27.
^cufcii.

Heb. ^/^^J Joel
T T

— Compare Germ,
lit.

Ir^^ v9-^^>

1/^

shall be sorrowful,

it

shall be sorroivful to

you

\virr]6i](Tecr6e

— Fut.
5; but

3. sing.

fem. of
i.e.

jjiD

or «-i^O, It was sad.

—In

Peal, only used impersonally,

in the 3rd pers. fem. followed

by the
S.

dative,
iii.

and ^JL of the cause of sorrow, when a noun,
j

Mark

when

a verb, ver. 21, below.

Pret. 3. fem.

ai2^ Aj^D,

S.

John

xxi. 17,

&c

Part. fem.

^on\
1.

\^iD, ver. 22,

below

Part. Peil fem. (TL^ |->^^, ver. 21, below.__Aph. ._»;^j,
grief,

Caused

made
Fut.
>

sorry,
3. pi.

2 Cor.

ii.

5.
ii.

— Pret.
3

sing.

Zuj^],
2.

ver. 2; vii. 8

xOynz, ch.
grieved,

Part. lii^iLD, ver.
vii. 15.

Chald. 5^15
T
;

Ithpe.

Was

Dan.
tlktyj

21.

|,_ikj5 pij,

when

she is in travail

—orav
Pret.

— Part.
fem.
pi.
3.

fem. of
Z.r-i«-»
,

,-iij,

Begat; brought forth children.
verse.
xxiii.

3. sing.

in.

this

l.^ing. Z.;-\j, Philem. ver. 10.
Fut.

O^-i^, S.
S.
pi.

Luke
i.

29 (see note)
sing.
V.
' ,

S^,
S.

fem.
i.

^r^jZ"

Matt.
fem.

21,

23.-2.
1

fem.

^,^12."

Luke
S.

31.— 3.
xviii.

,^'rl»"ij,

Tim.
>,
'

14

Part. Peil
ii.

r-*^,

John

37.— Pi.

masc.

\

Acts

8.

— Constr.
vii.

[jLJ

fc_.j.j.J^,

born of ivomen,

S.

Matt.

xi.

11; S.

Luke

28.

,

190

S.

JOHN

XVI. 21—32.

Ver. 21.

Deriv. |)a\j,
T

noun masc.

def.

One

that begets,

1 S.

John

v. 1.

Heb. iS*, Gen. ~

iv. 1, 22,

&c.

rn^xoVin
. p.
p

piOQ_ji,
7

tlte

day of her
def.

child-bearing
aff.)

— Gr.

t]

wpa

airfjs

l^xn^T)

noun masc.
14.

(here with
«_a_t5)

Generation, birth, S.
iii.

Luke

i.

—Followed by
r^o").

^^

regeneration, Tit.

5.

R ylL*, Aph.

OTJ^o|,
Eom.

her anguish

—Gr.

r^s ^Xii/^ews

— p^OJ

(S,

Matt.
PI.
.

xiii.
« ^

21),
|

noun masc.
V.
3.

def. Affliction, oppression, tribulation.

^O

—Def.

jj'^^oj, Acts xx. 23.

—R.

t-^, Constrained,

afflicted.

24.

X)r^
I

|Jo,

and

not anything, or, yea, nothing,
TmrX-qpwfXG'r}
. .

.

I

\V) •LQ,

ftdl

— Shaphel
(with
afF.

part.

pass.

fern,

of lilO,

Was full.

Shaph.

W> •
i.

fem. Acts

xiii.

33), Filled
i.

up, fulfilled, perfected.
Part.

Fut. ]ILq.«_3, 1. sing.

]1V)»], Col.
masc.

25

ULq.^,
xi.

Eph.

23; Col.
S.
'

iv.
ii.

17.— PI.
8
S.

^.Kvnlv>
-

coalescing with

^Aj|,
]

James

Part. pass.

>

^^ *^,
def.
iii.

Acts

24.

— Def.
s.

Vv^ 1 V»^

James

i.

4.— Fem.

'\\.'\^lKf>
vi.

Mark iv. 28.— PI.

masc.

^."vVnlvn Rev.

2;

11:

— coalescing with ^Aj], Rom.
,

xiv. 14.

— Def.
i.

(

»

\ V> » V>

Col. iv. 12.

Deriv.
25.

(

>

W)Q-» noun

masc. def. Fulness, Eph,

23, &c.
_:^

|J_y|H-^ r""*"^' i^^^<*^^y

Trapp-qa-ia

Lit. to the eye in p)ubUc,
vi.

being

understood as prefixed
1,

See note, ch.

5

|Lhl_0, part. Peil
(J

Revealed, with pref. »S.
iii.

Otherwise written ^^»-^

!

*^,

2 Cor.
29.
(,_»j

12; Hebr.

iv. 16.
ovBefJLiav.

(Jo, not even one
7 .!>

— Gr.

^
For
(or, that) the

31

r^\, Transl. Jesus
hour Cometh, &c.

saith to them. Believe; (32),

32.

^Oy f^LL, ye shall be scattered

y^a, Pa.

5^,

— Dispersed. — Ethpa.

a-KopTnaOrJTe

— Ethpaal
Was

fut. 2.

pi.

of

Jr^Z.|,

dispersed.

Pret.

S.

JOHN

XVI.

32, 33.

XVII,

7.

11.

191

Ver. 32.

3.

pi.

O^^j^L]] Acts v. 36, 37

Fut. s'^Aj,

3. pi.

^jf^Aj,
nf .*-^'~^\

S.

Matt. XX vi. 31, &c.

33.

amr:illZ], be of good cheer


1

^apcretTc

— Etlipaal imperat.
Matt.
ix.

pi.

(not used) Pael IZl.CiA, Gave heart or courage to; comforted.

Imperat.

pi.

amo^,
S.

Thess. v. 14
S.

Ethpa. ^ii^li^Z.],
2; S.
viii.

Was

cow^/brfed— Imperat. *d^i^Z"j,

Mark

x. 49.

Fem. ^jJlidSZ]",
Deriv. ^CXC3Q._^,
1

Matt.

ix.

22; S.

Luke

48.

noun masc.

def. Exhortation, consolation, readiiiess,

Cor. xiv.

3.

C7lA_i_21,

/

liave
V, 5),

overcome

(aff.

pleon.)

vevUrjKa

— Pret.

T>

1.

sing, of \D]
aff.

(Rev.
1 S.

Conquered.

—Pret.
1 S.

3. sing.

fem. Aoi, with
21.
3.
pi.

pleon.

John

V. 4. pi.

1. sing.

L.t^\, Rev.

iii.

ODl, Hebr.
vi.

xi.

33.-2.

^LxL\,
xi. 7.

John

iv.

4

Fut. "i^p, Rev.
iii.
-

2;—
pi.

Fem. plZ, Rev.
7

2. sing.

piZ, Rom.
.P

4

Imperat.
xiii.
ii.

QI3^, with

aff.

pleon.

Rom.

xii.

21

Inf.

p^VnX^ Rev.

7.^

Part.

"IdI, 1 S.
t-iui;))!

John
j ,

v. 4, 5

Part. Peil |£l, 2 S. Pet.

19

Ethpeel
ii.

Was

overcome.

Part. pi. masc. —o-DjliD, 2 S. Pet.

20.

This verb, in Job xv. 4; xxv. 4; Ps.

Ii.

6,

represents the

Heb. n^Tj Was pure,
TT

faultless.

Note however,
S.

that, in the last
iii 4),

of these passages the
viKjyoT;?.

LXX.

quoted by

Paul (Rom.

read

It also represents

Heb. npJ> Was

quit, cleared

of crime,

Exod. xxi. 19; and p15f, Job
7

xxxiii. 12, 32.

Pa. t-k^l. Purged.

,

CHAPTER

XVII.
Sin.
(S.

7.

ZiLyj
«
P

,

/ have known

— Gr.

eyvtaKav

—The

MS.

reads
i.

eyvcDV.

11.

(.a

I 7 >j f),

holij-^ayu

— Def.
^.

of
33,

17 » -^o

Luke

49), adj. IIoli/.

Fem. ILj^Io, Acts
15,
ifcc.

vii.

&c.— Def. "JAj^j^,
]

S. Matt. xxiv.

PI. masc.

i..M-ipO, def,

»

-, ("i,

S.

Matt. xvi. 27, &c.

192

S.

JOHN
Tit.

XVII. 11—23.

Ver. 11.

—PI.

fenl.

^^^rij,

ii.

5.— Def. ]'L^]L,
Dan.

S.

Luke

i.

72.—

R
• CO

•-•j-O, Pa. Sanctified.

Heb. t^np, Ps.
.7

xxii.

4.— Chakl.

tJ^'^p,

iv. 5, 6,

&c.

12.

(jj^lj, of inrdition
tt07i.

Tyi<i

dTrwXeias

— Noun
viii.

inasc. def.

Euin, destruc-

—K f^\,

PerisJied.

Heb. p^5< and p^5<, Estb.
13
I

6;

ix. 5.

(ocnZj, Transl. That
7
i

My joy may

he fulfilled in them.

7
t<;/io

20.

,^

1

1

V) CTliD?,

believe

tu>i/

Trio-reuoVTCJv,

Sin.

Vat.

and Alex.

MSS.
23

^

*

'

*^
S.

V\' P^'^"/^'^^

TercXeiw/AcVot

— Part. Peil
10;

pi.

masc. of ;V)
to a?i

..

(Hebr.

rii. 19),

Completed^ finished ;
xvi. 9.

and in trans. (7«we

end, failed^

Luke

—Pret.
with
aff.

3.

sing. fern. ^.^LoT.,
ii.

Rom.

vii. 8,

13

Put.

JaLo^,
ii.

Heb.

xiii.

21.— 2.
8.

sing.

5QiCL,.Z"

Rom.
cb. X.
iii.

25.

1.

sing.

5q1d^/|" Hebr.
cb.
i.

viii.

3. pi.
.

^;V>..
i

i^

1:

—Fem.
Inf.

^kL.,J,

12.— 1.

pi.

inV>
ix.

1

Tbess.

12
V,

^kL^kiX, Rom.
]:V>..
cb.

iv.

21; Hebr.
27.

9

Part, ^kl/.,

Rom,
x.

3:

— Fem.

ii.


>

PI. masc.

^ T^ii, Hebr.
"j»

2

Part. Peil r^i^-.., S. Matt.
21,

v.

48,
.,

&c.— Def.
S.

^

,.

ch.

xix.

&c.— PI.

masc. def. 1;
perfect,

^

Matt.

v.
3.

48
sing,

EthiDeel ^kl..Z.|,

Was made
James
i.

Hebr.

v.

9.

—Pret.
pi.

fem. Z^kl^Zf, S.
iii.

15;

ii.

22.-1.
23

sing. Z^LCL^Zl^

PhU.

12.-3.
xi.

pi.

o^liL.Zf, Hebr.
2.
pi.

xii.

Fut.
xiii.

3.

^^IoIAj,
pi.

Hebr.

40.

\";^ii^^; 2 Cor.
Part.

9

Imperat.
xii.

O^ia^Zf,

ver.

11
6.

^ln-.Ak3,

2

Cor.

9:— Fem.

l^lQ-.tASD, Gal. V.
12
-X

— Fi'om
The

this verb are derived

JOkly., noun masc.
>

def.

perfecter, finisher,

Heb.

xii. 2.

\L0 \
ZL.
t;

V)

..,

noun fem.

def. Perfection, 1 Cor. xiii. 10,

&c.

»

V>ti) adv. Perfectly,

Acts

xxii. 3, &c.

S.

JOHN

XVII.

23, 24.

XVIII. 1—3.

193

Ver. 23.
xii.

Heb.

"l/^il,

Finished, Ps.

Ivii.

3; Failed, ceased, Ps.
vii. 12.

vii.

10;

2; lxxvii\ 9.J!chald. ^J^^, Part. Pcil, Ezr.

24.

iOrI3

V>

j

6e/bre
^/to

irpo

— See

note,

cli.

i.

15.

— m A .Vi <7
.

foundatiojis

(afF.

pleon.)

— Gr.

KaTal3oXrj<i

PI. def.

of

.<o ^7

def.

IA-lIdjZ, noun
Matt.
xiii.

fern. ^1

foundation.

PI.

^

i

V)>'Z,

def. "JAliDiZ", S.

35.

— R. lk)5,

Cast,x>laced.

CHAPTER
1.

XVIII.

"jAl^tJ, the brook

— Gr.

toS x^'/^W^"

l^^f.

of

jL.J,

noun

fern.

A
Or,

torrent, sufficiently

shallow to be crossed on foot (Scliaaf).

according to Castel, q.d. the foot of a river,
\i^ foundation

from whence

it

has

or origin.

Occurs hero only in the N.T.

—R.

^-ii')

Heb.

/J*!,

Went on

foot, luent about skmulerinj, Ps. xv. 3.

But

this verb is regarded

by some as denom.
fern. def.

fr.

/Jll, afoot.

l^^^l'

^*

gC'Tden

K^TTos

—Noun
ii.

PI. def. (masc.
fern.

form) (JLt.
30.

Heb.

1^,

Gen.

8,

15; and H^-l

Isa.

i.

R.

JJil,

Surrounded,
2.

j)rotected,

(.iiQ_i..«.LD, the betrayer

— Gr.

6 TrapaStSoi)? avTov
iii.

— Noun masc.

def.

PI. def.

]vvn\

«V-)

2 Tim.

4.

Der. from ixZLL^iD, Aph. part.
uj).

ofi>Q_L», Completed.

Aph. Delivered
to resort


3.

(001 wjULD, resorted, used
tense.
;_i_£l£D|,

crvv7])(6r]

— Part, forming

imperf.

Sec note,

ch. iv. 3G.

a band <f men,

— cohort — Gr.

ti]v cnrelpav, i.e.

the cohort in
loc.)

duty to preserve order at

festivals, (See

Bp. Middleton in

prosthetic, |;_»_£LCD,

Acts

x.

1.

Transl.

Judas

therefore took the cohort;

and from,
(iin-yypeTas).
7

the

Chif
7

Priests

and Pharisees

he took inferior officers
cjjavoju

•i"^

.

7

Vr4^^)

lanterns
..'1

— Gr.
in

PI.

def.

of -f^^LS or or
ii;iptlia

;,

>

^'^^

1,

noun

masc.
\v.

lamp,

wliicli

petn)kunn

is

burned.

c.

25

.

194

S.

JOHN

XVIII. 3—11.

Ver.

3.

(5QJO

t-ftuSJ?

pLoo| ^cn:;5too, and

in their hands vessels of

naptha and fire, (Bar Hebraeus.)

1^

.

c^OiV
j^

torches
(see

— Gr.
Rev.

\a/X7raSwv
iv.

PI.

clef,

of "),_.>£LkA,
1,

1^]e^V>\

g^Vnx

5;

viii.

10; S. Matt. xxv.

&c.),

A

lamp,

torch.

Heb. *1>3S, Judg.

vii.

16.
def.

P_«l

,

weapons

— Gr. ottXwv—Noun masc.
like use of

used only in

tlie

singular,

Arms,

also Ornaments.

R. in Arab. Adorned.

Compare the
5^_3, the
J

Heb. ^1V, Exod.

xxxiii. 4, 5, 6.
def.

Nazarene
"

— of Nazareth —tqv NaCwpaiov— Adj.
5.

— PL

def.

""

(_i9^, Acts xxiv,

10.

j;HL£uCO, a sword
S.

—fxaxatpav — Noun

fern,

def.

PI.

def.

(•^•mg^m^

Matt. xxvi. 47, 55, &c.

— m

[\V)

m

^

he drew
j

it

tt/VKiJcrev

avT-qv

—Verb

pret. 3. sing,
S.

with

aff.

.|\V) »

Brew

out, p>lucked forth, S.

Matt. xxvi. 51;

Mark

xiv.

47.

— Occurs only in the N.T. in the places mentioned, but common
Put.

elsewhere.

^akl^_3.

Part. Peil fern.

|^ V> » 1^^», «
>

drawn sword, (Bar Hebrseus).
Transl.

Now

as for

Simon

Peter, there

vms upon him a sword; and

he drew

it,

and

smote, &c.
liraicrc

— — —
11.

.

>m

.

>..Vn^ he

smote (pron. pleon.)
av-rov to isiTiov

— See

note, ch.

xiii. 4.

OTJjj, his ear
xii.

— Noun fem. wuth

afF.

— pjf

(1 Cor.

ii.

9;

16),

The ear.~2\.
[Tjij,

def. (masc.

form) |jjf,

S.

Matt.

xi. 15, kc.

Heb.
(

Ps. xliv. 2.
ri^A<

1

»

V>

;,

which was

^//e

—Gr.

to Se^to'v

— Noun fem. The right
ch.
ii.

side.

Heb. Y<p\
V")
'

Ps. Ixxiii. 23; cxviii. 16.

rr>
j

pM< away, jmt up
iiito its

cnA\js!>JO,

A

scabbard.

—ftdXe — Imperative. See note, — jAXjo, noun fem. sheath — Gr. eh Hob. 77(1, prou. — R. With ami
6.

Trjv OyKrjv
aff.

dff.

])re])os.

\Jl*j,

Peiforated.

S.

JOHN
the
<rov.

XVIII. 11—15.

195

Ver. 11.

Transl.

Put

%ip

sword into

its

sheath,

—The

Sin. Vat.

and

Alex.

MSS. omit

(<•""> , the

cup

TO TTOTtjpiov

—Noun masc.

clef.

PI. def.

[shD,

S.

Mark

vii. 4, 8.

Heb. Di3) Ps.
12.

xxiii. 5; cxvi. 13.

py \ n
.

.

the

Caj^tains

— Gr.

d

x'-^'-^PX'^'^

-P^-

^^^-

°^

p;

.

\ n
.

(Acts xxi. 31, &c.), noun der. from the Gr.; projierly,
tribune,

A

military

commanding 1000 men.

Here the

prefect of
S.

a cohort

and

in a wider sense, Cap)tains,

commanders,

Mar, vL 21.
(with
aff.)

t-.C7IOjXD|,
(S, 1

hound

Him — thrjo-av
S.

avrov

— Pret.
Pret.

3. pi.

of ii23|
xvi.

Mark

V. 3G),

Bound, girded.

3. pi.

O^ic], S.

Mark

Fut. 5a£D]j,

John

xxi. 18, (fee— 2. sing. 5a£o"jZ", S. Matt.
aff.

xvi.
S.

19.— 3.

pi. vPi-CdIj,

with

Acts
S.

xxi. 11

&c.— 2.
xvii. 8.
siffi

pi.

^^XdU",
OjOTd],
v. 3.

Matt, Matt.

xviii.
xiii.

18

Imperat. JOCo],
Inf.

Lnke


S.

PI.

S.

30; xxii. 13

^Ikili, with
masc.
ifec.

Mark

Part. ^£0J, S.

John
x ^7
i

xxi.

18.—PI.

^jic],

S.

Matt,
ch.

xxiii.

4

Part. Peil,

;

rc(, ver. 24, below,

See notes,

iii.

24;

xi. 44.

Heb. ^DX, Ps—
T

cxviii. 27.

13.

w»OT0V}>j,
(Sf}.K>.

the father-in-laio

(^xon.
affixes,

pleon.)

Tra>6ep6<i
1.

I>CLk»,

def.

Assumes O before

except

sing. *_fciiQ.Kj.

Simi-

larly

t£f, ]-»lT.— PI.
T

def. IcTlkiJl.

Heb. on, Gen. xxxviii.
14.

13, 25.

»^_i^5, that gave counsel

—6

avfjiftovXeva-a^
i.

—Verb Peal
tfec

pret. 3. sing.

Counselled; j^romised.
Inf.

Pom.

2; iv, 21,

Fut.
viii.

^oXSdJ
Part. Peil

^\V>V>

abs.
vi.

with part.

^S^,

2 Cor.
vi.

10

}^j-1^!Ld,

E])h.

2, actively;

Hebr.

18:

— Fern.

]^

.

\V)^

Eph.

i.

13.

Heb. lhJ2> Reigned, was king,
15.

Ps. xlvii. 9.

Transl.

And Simon

Peter,

and

this disciple the

undone of the other disciples, followed High Priest knew.

Jesus,

100

S.

JOHN

XVIII. 15—18.

Ver. 15.

IZj^,

into the palace

cts rrjv

aiXijv

— Dcf.

of ]?5,

noun fcm.

Jlall, vestibule.

Transl.
7

And went

in with Jesus into the jyalace.

IG

^r-»?> Transl.

Whom

the

High

Priest knew.

— —

P^jZ

'/
;

^
ii.

^

>>
J

unto her that kept the door

— Gr.

t^ Ovpwpt^

— See note,
3.

ch.

10.
(afF.

CTLAi.|, brought in
XlLii

plcon.)

— eunqyayi — Aph.
Luke
xii. pi.

pret.

sing,

of

^^,

Entered.
3. sing. 1

Aph. ^\L] (Acts
fem. A1Ll"|' S.
vi.

x. 23, &c.)

Introduced, led
pi.

^5^._Pret.

16.— 3.
ver. 7
xi. 4,

nNsf

(^Ifvienna)
2. sing.

Tim.

10.— 1.
Matt.

^Nsf,

Fut. ^\Ii,

^\2iZ, with
pi.

afF. S.

vi. v.

13; S.

Luke

where see
S.

note.— 3.
xiv. 21

,n

\M,

S. Luke •X.P7

18
vii.
i.

Imj)erat.

\Li»|,
,

Luke

Inf. abs. Q_\>i.LD,
iii.

Acts

•>,.P745, O \ S V) \ Gr.

da-eXOetv,
S.

Ilebr.
ii.

19

Part. ^\lk?, Hebr.

6.— PI. ^_.jLiD,

Luke

27.

From

this conjugation are derived

]A\ vV1 noun
j

fem. def.

An

e7itrance,

Hebr.

iv. 1;

2 S. Pet.

i.

11.

.

,1

. p

7

fxjiilo, noun
Cm
-X

niasc. def. the
def.

same,

Rom.

v. 20,

&c.
4. vi.

- P

j/

o

1

\v V)^
ch.

7

noun fem.

the same, S. Jude ver.
inserted) Dan.
c^- V. 7,
vi.
ii.

Chald. Aph.

Sy^n

25;

19.— Imperat.
ch. iv.

'^yn,

ii.

24.— Inf. rhvil'
constr.

and nSv^H,

3.—
lit.

Deri v.

7^)13, pi.

Dan.

15, the setting of the sun,

euti'ance, 2)lace
17.

of entrance.

"jAVi

.

Vv,

the

damsel

rj

iraiZiaKT]

— Fern.

def.

— See

note, S.

Matt,

xix. 20.
\9.

|3qJ, afire
xxi. 9.

—Gr.

avOpaKiav, afire of coals, rendered

by

j'^LDQ^., ch.

.Q_1_*.>-»J>, that they

^

might
7

warm
James
S.

themselves

—Gr.

koX iOepjxaLvovro
7
•^

*

Fut.

3. pi.
pi.

of _»a_»,

Was warm, grew warm.
ii.

Fut. _kk.«_3
in this verse

Imperat.

n

i

».».

«^ S.

IG

Part,

—kk^,

and

ver. 25,

below; also

Mark
.

xiv. 54, G7, wlicre sec note.
_

X 7

,_jlj;-D, colli

ij/vxo'i

—Noun masc. occurring heie only
niasc. dcf.

in tlie

N. T.

Also ]_»?arD, noun

Acts xxviii.

2.

S.

JOHN

XVIII. 18— 3G.

197
for

Vcr. 18.

Transl.
cold.

And

they

had made a

fire to

warm

tJiemselves,

it

was

20.
22.

{V>v

1>C1L,

with the

peojyle

— Gr. tw

koct/xw.

0TI12), Jlis

cheek— \0^,

noun masc.

def.

(with

afF.)

The

cheek,

jaw.

PI. def. ]iii),

with

aff.

ch. xix. 3, &c.

Transl. Struck Jesus on Ilis cheek.
23.
26.

— KaKws— Adverb derived from —_ pleon.) kinsman aiJ_i~Kj|, with —Fern. noun masc. A
A
.]

1

.

o^

badhj, evil

(

i

*^, Uvil.

the

(aff.

crvyy€vrj<;

,

i

.yji],

def. |j.j.j^(,
aif.

relative

def.

JAj_ii_k»(,

S.

Luke
21
;

i.

36

PI. masc.

^

>

^

>

^

»]

def.

|ij_*o1, with

aff. S.

Mark iii.

S.

Lukexiv. 12;

xxi. 10.


28.

(001 *£1CD^, he had cut off
ix. 22.

a7r€Koi/^e

— Pluperf.

to

tense.

See note,

cli.

_ji5Q_^;.2),

the

Prcetorium, judgment hall

TrpaLTwpiov

—A

MS.

reads

pniDIS, ^5^50^^^.
••

•>,

7

-Ji

,Q_»Q.^Aj

fj5,

that they might not be
3.

defiled
j.
3.

— iva

fi-q

fiLav6oj(nv


pi.

Ethpaal

fut.

pi.

of «-»Q_4

-

*

Smeared, anointed.
pi.

Pael
4
3.

wjQ_4, Polluted, profaned.
7 7
. .-«

Pret.

Q_»Q_^, Rev.
himself.

iii.

Ethpa.

wjQ_4Z.(,

Was

polluted,

defiled

Pret.

Q_»a2Zf,
1

Ptev. xiv. 4

Fut. wjCL^Aj

Part. fern.

"Uo^ASd,

Cor.

viii. 7.


29.

.

.

.

.

,i»,

Transl. Until they should eat, or, uj) to the time of

titeir

eating

the Passover

— Gr,

tVa cjidyoxn to 7ra(r;(a.
lit.

|t^^

^^IjpiD,

accusation,
note, ch.
viii.

devouring of a morsel

KaT-qyopiav

Compare

44.

^^pio, noun,

or infin. abs. (verbal
as one,

noun) of ^i)|, Devoured.
2 Cor.
30. 36.
I

The words occur
1.

Rom.

i,

30;

xii.

20; IS.

Pet.

ii.

^
7

'>.

*7)

,'^S, a doer of wicked things, a malefactor
X
7
1>

00C71
1)1.

I

•AdALo,

they

would

fight

— av

.

.

.y]yoiVLt,ovTo

— Gr. — Eth2)aal

KaKorroios.

part.

(forming imperf. subjunctive) of ._»Ad, Beat, contended. Part.
1

,^ts^, Gr. 8€pw,

Cor.

ix.

20

Eth])a.

^jtt^L], Fought,

ntrovc.

198

S.

JOHN

XVIII. 3(3-40.

XIX.

1.

Ver. 30.

Pret.
vi.

1.

sing.

L^LoL'f, 2 Tim.
S.

iv. 7
xiii.

Imperat.

^LdL]]

1

Tim.
S.

12.— PI. Q_.ZoZf,
xiv. 31; 2

Luke

24

Inf.

Q_.A^AkA,
irvKrtvta, 1

Luke

Tim.

ii,

24

Part.

w^AoZldD, Gr.

Cor.

ix. 26.

— Deriv.
def.
ii.

{^OD^L, noun masc.
UoAiiZ', 2 Tim. Heb.

A

contest,
iii.

with
9.

afF.

Eph.

vi. 12.

PI.

def.

23; Tit.

^n2> ~ T

Pounded

in a mortar, Prov. xxvii. 22.
be delivered
Iva

i>Q_i>A-»j |J5, titat
fut. 1. sing,

— TrapaSo^w — Ethpeel of JsqX*, Loosed, finished. — Ethf)e. ^^ nA m\ Matt,
I shoidd not
fxy}

(S.

iv. 12, &c.),

Was finished, given
S.

up, betrayed.

Pret. 3. sing. fem.
xi.

l^^L»X,

Jude

ver.

3.-3.

pi.

nVn'v A

J{ Hebr.
S.

36.-2.

pi.

^n AVn^ A,]"

Eom. vi. 17
7

Fut. :>q2^AaJ,

Matt.

xvii. 22,
.

kc

Part. :>q1£A^Ld, S. Matt. xx. 18, ifec— PI. masc.

^ V^Va « vA^

coalescing with ,-J-*^, 2 Cor.
39.
Ir-*-^;
f*

iv.

11.
def.

c2(stom

(TwrjO^Kx
i.

—Noun masc.
def.

A manner;
vi.

also.

Religious
ji.,

rite, S.

Luke

9.— PI.

1,-^, Acts

14,

&c.— Pv. jOL

Arab.

Tl^as acctistorned.


40

.... ]jC7l_^, this

King of the Jews
this

— Gr.

toi/

paa-ikia k.t. \.
robber.

»_»cno^|, Transl. Xoio

Barabbas was a

CHAPTER
•r,

XIX.

7

Cjl,_.t_3,

scourged

(aff.

pleon.)^£/xao-Ttya)or6
(S.

—Pael

pret. 3. sing, of r-uh-^?
3. pi.

,7
aff. S.

Drew.— Fix. ^ll
Acts
X.
".
,

Matt, xxvii. 26), i?ea^— Pret.
3. pi.

Oj_li,
Matt.
Part.

V. 40,
«tc

&c

Fut. r-i-^'
Inf.
xii.

Acts

xvi. 22; Avith

17,

OplJlQ^l, with

aff.

Acts
Matt,

xxii.
xxiii.

29.

1^
,

,

Hebr.
^V),

6.— PL ^L^^Ld,
xv. 15.

S.

34

Part.

pass,

.1

S.

Mark

Transl.

Then Pilate scourged Jesus.


;

S.

JOHN

XIX.

2.

199

Ver.

2.

Vfeao-^'^-^^j

,

the soldiers

ot

orpaTiwrai

— PI.

def. of ]-4Q_»_^;_^Xd]

,

(Acts xxviii.

16),

noun masc. derived from the Greek.

PI.

ClAy-..

,

platted

— Gr.

TrXt^avres

—Pret.
1

3. pi.

of

\),_^.,

Twisted, wreathed.

Whence
IJo-.,
pi.

is

derived

def IJoJi, Flattings,
7*121, —T

Tim.

ii.

9; 1 S. Pet.
great,

iii.

3.

Heb.

intrans.

Grew up, became

Exod.

ii.

10, 11;

-as tilings

twisted or

hound

together acquire greater strength.
def.

{'

'

\^j a crown
xiv.
12.

a-riffiavov

— Noun masc.
Heb.

PI.

def jLL-ir), Acts
also

U. ^^Ld
<^

^D,

7^3,

Perfected,

Crowned; \^^,

whence HyS)
Crowned.

bride,

from her bridal chaplet.
ii.

Syr. Pa.

Ethpa. part. 2 Tim.

5.

— —

[^dO — Sd,

of thorns^-l^ aKavScov

PI.

def of [^0.0, noun masc.

def.

A

thorn, briar.

»»i01Q_»_CQD, thei/ put on

Him — TrepiijSaXov
Hid, clothed
pi,

avTov

— Pael
-

pret.

3.

pi.

with
X.
xi.

aff.

of jlIlD,

Hid; only
^

in part. Peil ]rcin, see note, S. Matt.

26
25;

Pa.
S.

.--.-(Tin

Pret. 2. sing. ^
.

^^,
S.

S.

Matt.

Luke
Put.

x.

21.— 2.
1

,n A
xi.

<r\^

with

aff.

Matt. xxv.
pi.
7
.

36, 43
.. .
t\

Imiu,
aff.

Cor.

7

Imperat. ]£ClD,

fem.
7

.

mn^
xvi.

7

with

S.

Luke
» "
(

xxiii.

30
S.

Part. pass.

.

mnV^^

Rom.

25, &c.

— Fem.
A

.

mn V)

7

Luke

ix.

45;

xviii. 34.

From
• P

this conjugation is derived

|A

.

mo/

I

.7

noun fem. def
aff.

covering, veil, 1 Cor.

xi. 15,

&c.

A

cloak,

garment with

Acts

xii. 8.

The verb

is

here followed by accus. of the pei-son and thing
^.. 7
.

-X

T
i

7

sometimes by *^ of the thing; as

1

1

(

.i

*~>

010

m*"), the/j en-

veloped her in a covering, (Bar Hebrpeus).

Heb.

Pi.

HDi, T

also variously constructed; e.g. with accus. of

the person and
accusatives,

^

of the covering.
xviii.
7,

Lev.

xvii.

13:

— with
y^

two

Ezek.

16;

—with

7j^ of person and

5

of

covering, Ps. xliv., 20; with accus. of covering and

of the

thing covered, Ezok, xxiv.

7.

200
Ver.

S.

JOHN

XIX. 2—7.

2.

(JQ_..>(>,

of purple
S.

— Or.
Mark

(t/xaTtoi/) 7rop</>vpoi;v—

Noun masc

def.

PI. def.

Ijo-oI^

xv. 17, 20; so tlie

Vienna Ed.— others

read pa.<o|, Gr.
Transl.
3.

irop<fivpav.

And

they p)ut ripon Ilim robes of purple.

fcjOIQ-^lQ ^\i. OT-i. 00C7I

.v-kkSdo

,

and

they struck Ilim on
S.

His cheeks

— Gr.
4.

Koi iSiSovv avT<S paTrtV/tara.

In

Mark

xiv. 65, paTrttTfiacnv

avTov e/3aX\ov.
OT.5Ac5, in

Him,

or against

Him — Iv aww,
??ie

rendered hj OT-O, ver.
xxviii. 18.

6,

below.
G.


,
,

So, »_»5A£D, Ml

Iv i/xoL,

Acts
avrov

.^Gl-t.^Q-^ »
>*^

Crucify

Him — o-raijpajo-ov

— Imperat,
•^'^

with

aff.

of

\t

Hung on
Gal.
iii.

a gallows, or Cross.
1.

Fut.
S.

n \.

i

Part. Peil

.n i\»,

PI.

^

i

n

i^»,

Luke
is

xxiii. 39.

N.B. The received Text omits
o-Tavpojo-ov, in

avrov,

which

read after the second

the Sin. and Alex.

MSS.

fcjOlQ-SLDOl
~
7
,

,

Crucify
_

Him — Gr.
iv.

crTavpwcraTe

—Imperat.
7

pi.

with

aff.

of

-^o] Raised

up, crucified; in the N. T. always in the latter sense,

except in 2 Tim.

15 (part.

Peil), lifted t(p against ox;r

words;
xv.
23,
aff.

and Ethpe.
27; with

ch. vi. 18, above.

— Pret.

3.

pi.

nc^ n]^

S.

Mark
ii.

aff.

ver.

18, 23,
1.

below.— 2.

pi.

^oA^i^l, Acts
15,

3G

Fut.

^2Q-Op,
3. pi.

sing. K£)Q.ri\\, ver.
vi.

below; with
ver.

ver. 10.

,Q_£LDp, Hebr.
aff.

6; with

aff.

16, below,

&c

Imperat. ^2)QJD], with

S.

Mark

xv. 13

Part. *.2m],
1

pi. ^_-*.JLDi, S.

Matt,
^^
.

xxiii.
I

34
S.

Part. Peil w2ij.iDl,
xv.

Cor.

i.

23,
ver.

ttc— PI.
Heb.
8.

masc.

g^

Ol

,

Mark

32.— Def. ]^lLc!],

31, below.
ftpT, Raised, comforted i\\e afflicted, Ps. cxlv. 14; cxlvi.
ftpT, Raised, hicng a criminal, pait. Peil Ezr. vi. 11.

— Chald.

7

_^, We

have a law

rjfxiL<;

vofxov
to

l)(pfxf.y,

where
is

I'ljxtZs

is

emphatic.

....»^-.|0, Transl.

And

accordbig

ivhat

in our laio

He

is

guilty

of dcidh.

S.

JOHN
Transl.

XIX. 11—19.

201

Ver. 11
thee,

pai \\^^;

Wherefore, he

who

delivered

Me

unto

greater is his sin than thine.

12

(joi

W^V^n^

Transl.

And

because of

this,

Pilate wished to release

Him.

Oai (1oq„ClCD,
10),

is

the

adversary
def.
7

— Gr.
,

avrtXcyet
is

—]l«-^nnpn^
.0
-X

(1

Tim.
to.

i.

noun masc.

-X

That ivhich
9.

contrary, opposed
..

PI.

..

masc.

clef.

(JLOQ-Qro, Acts xxvi.
4.

7

PI. fern.

_XC)Q.Q£D, contrary

winds, ch. xxvii.

Der. from

W

'^^

r>

m

^

Opposed; Pael quadrilit.

rtf\\'^r)^ Exclaimed, accused,

Ethpa. Vv*^
.

nAmj Was

adverse,
xvii. 17.

came in
13.
^^n
.
«-~i

the

way.
the

Part,

pi,

masc.

\«-^oApnVr)^ Acts
(Sijfj.aTo<i

^\li,

on

judgment-seat

hrX tov

—Noun from —

the

Greek.

I^Pj
(in

(A<y> ..\

the

Pavement of

stones

— Gr.
A

At^oorpwrov

jZi21_i.3

some

eds. jA.a_.»5)

noun fem.
i.

def.

tesselated pavement.
iii.

Heb. nS^'l, Esth.
14.

6.— R. &^n
7

Paved, Song of Sol.

10.

jA^O;-L, the preparation
eve

irapaa-Kf.vrj

—Noun
Peil,
i.

fem. def. The evening,

of the Passover.

R. *^^Lj

Set, of

the Sun.

17.

^.>

O

»

^,

bearing—

fSaard^u^v
ii.

Passively, S.

Mark

3.

—Part. — See

with active
29. led

signification.

note, ch.

Transl.

(ver.

16.)

And

they took Jesus,

and

Him
(ver.

away, (17)

bearing His Cross, into a place, &c.

01

g^

>,

O]

,

His Cross
7

— TOV

aravpov avToi?
part. Peil.

(g^

.

o]

31, below)

noun masc.

def. of

form

Lit. that

which

is

raised up.

R. »<P)Q1, Raised.


18.

^0.

7

7

|/\g^ C)'rO,
-"

a skull
7 7

— Gr. Kpavtou
7

tottov

— Noun fem.

def.

A

skuU, head.
xii.

..

.1>1>7.1>1>7
(lV>
j_K»0
[liliD

CTIZa

<=^

Of-Q,

^^> on
,_K»,

his head, eVt Trjv Ke(f)a\rjv avTov,

Rom.

20.

one on this side

and another on

that side

— on

either side one 19.

i*^Q_ik,

a

tablet
iii.

— Gr. ivTivOev — Gr. titXov —Noun fem. —

kol ivT€v$€v.
PI. def. (masc.

form) liiiCl^,

2 Cor.

3; Hebr. ix. 4.

Heb.

tlrO, Deut. ix. 9.

—R. Arab. Shone, was

bright, polished.

Compare
W.
C.

Gr. Xcvkos, and Lat. lucere.

26

202

S.

JOHN

XIX. 19—24.

Ver. 19
20.

%CiuL2i, Transl.

And it was
44.

written thus, This
def.

(is)

&c.
tablet.

^2)>, tablet

— Gr. tov
(aff.

ti'tXov

— Noun masc.
aviyvwcrav

A

board, written

PI. def. ^2)5,

Acts xxvii.
pleon.)


21

*_»cno(^jD, read

— See note,
He
is the

cli. i.

23.

.^oAijZ
that

|J

,

Transl. Write not, that

King of the Jews,

but

He

said, &c.
lit.

23.

r-K#-^, to each,

to

one

—Gr.

cKao-ro).

(TLl_»ZaD, His coat
fern. def.

—Gr.

o x'Tt^v

— p_»Zai3
Matt.

(S.

Jude

ver.

23),

noun
linen.
is

A

tunic, closely fitting

under garment, properly of

Compare (jAd,

ver. 40, below.
i

The etymology
x. 10, &c.

of the

two words

uncertain.— PI. ^
Acts
ix.

I'iZaS,

S.

— Def. VA^J-JZoO,
wanting in

39.— See Cowper's
S'liti

Gr. § 150 (8).

Heb. riJh)3
N.B.

n^nS
is

>

Gen. xxxvii. 3, 23, &c. ; Exod. xxviii. 39.
Syr., is also

Koi TOV xtTwva,

which

wanting in the

the Sin.

MS.


|.^uL_K»

(J

5,

without seam
it

appa</)os

— Noun masc.
def. of

def.

A

thread, seam.

Some

regard

as part. Peil fem. of .^Qjo v^L/a, Sewed.

Heb.
jZ^-A-Dl,

t3lPl,

Gen.

xiv. 23.

woven

v</)avTos

— Part. Peil fem.

^^1, Wove.

Occurs

here only in the N.T.
Transl.
24.

m

.

Now His tunic was without o^m jj^ let us not rend it —
1

seam from

the top,

woven

all

of it. with

jxr]

axccrwixev avrov

aff.

fem. of *Dr2D, Tore, cut asunder, divided.
pi-et. 3. pi.
-^

— Fut. — Pael
pi.

1. pi.

%£),£D,

same

meaning,

Q_D,rD, Acts xiv. 13; xvi. 22.
lots

7

^

v.

.cng^V) »QQ.2U,

let
7

us cast

Xaxoft-ev
lots.

— Put.

1.

and

inf. abs.

of

.mmc^
the N.T.

ȣQa,

Brew
is

or cast

Occurs in Peal only here in

N.B.

The above

the reading of the Pai'is and Lond. Polyglotts:

the Vienna and other* Eds. read *£Ci2Li, Aph. fut.
in

Aph. everywhere

else signifies

— But the verb gave permission, —and
-^

7

suffered:

the analogy of the phrase itself points to »CQ.aJ
readinff.

as

the right

S.

JOHN

XIX. 24—29.

203

Ver. 24

^O_L»0, Transl.

And the Scripture wasfulfilled, which said, &c.
i^aaricr/xoV

.

.

•no\^
Matt.
I

3Iy vesture
vi.

fxov


»

.

•n«^\^

def.

(

oo\
PI.

(S.
def.

25, 28, &c.),
S.

noun masc. Raiment, garment.
15,
ifec.

•no\^

Matt.

vii.

R.

-

^^

,

Put on

raiment.
iii.

Heb. ^!)lS,

Ps. xxii.

19.— Ohald. ^^inS, Dan.
def.

21;
i.

vii. 9.

.

]nng^

the lot

Kkrjpov

—Noun masc.
Cast
lots.

PI. def. ^OiS),

Acts

26.

R. .mnng^ »CQS

,

Transl. These things the soldiers did.
28.

J>Q^/l»|, was accomplished
I>Q_L», Completed.
Pret. 3. sing.
S.

TereAeo-rat

— Ethpaal
.

pret.

3.

sing,

of

Etlipa.

Was

filled up, perfected, finished.

fern.

AkA^f,

Rev. xv.

1.— 3.
.

pi.

oLQlA^t,
Acts
xix.

Luke

xxii. 37,

where see note:

—Fern.

V>\A

»]

21, where the Vienna, in common with some

others, reads

aLQS^f._Fut. "iC^Lml, S. Luke ix. 31; xxiv. 44.—Fem. ^2LL«Z" (for _l1q2LL»Z\ 2 Tim. iv. 16 Inf. nVn^/\«V>\ S. Mark xiii. 4 Part. V^^ ^«vA Rom. xiii. 9.
:>a^A^r, Gutbir,

—PL
29.

fem.

^.v^l^«V^,
ctkcuos

S.

Luke

xviii. 31.

p]Sd, a

vessel

— Def.

of ^|Sd, noun masc. Utensil, article of
ix. 21, &c.

furniture, or dress, S. Matt.
xiii.

PI.
4.

def ]j\k),

S.

Matt.

48,

&c.— Constr.

—i-jlSD, S.

Mark

yH.

Compare Heb.
N*JX?2, Dan.
TT

^Sjd, Gen. xxxi.

37.— Chald.

J^JtD, pl-

clef.

v.

23;— Constr.

-JJ^t), ver. 2, •• T

4.—
parallel

— —

(Lk», vinegar

— Noun masc. def, here and passages only. Q_£irc(, a sponge — — Noun fem. def from the Greek: occurs
6^ov<;

o-7royyov

only here and parallel passages.
jj2)01

^\ii,

upon hyssop
|

va-awirta

— Def

of s^Q\,

noun masc. by

aphteresis of

from
li.

Heb. niTX, Ps.
(Jlioas

9.

^QA,

to

His mouth

— avroC

tQ

crrofJiaTL

bOO^

(S.

Matt.

xviii. 16),

noun mcsc. The mouth, and metaphorically,

the edge of

204
the sword,
PI. def.

S.

JOHN
xxi.

XIX. 29-31.

Ver. 29.

S.

Luke

24— Def.

]k)a^,

S.

Matt.

xii.

34,

&c.—

lilJaii, Hebr.

xi. 33.

Heb. n3,
vii.

Ps. cxli. 7, &c.

&c.— Chald. U)^

or

QQ, Dan.

iv.

28;

5

:

Mouth

or entrance of the den, ch.

vi. 1 8.
3. sing,

30.

_Id5J0,

and He bowed
declined.

— Gr.

koI xXtVas

— Aphel pret.

of

^^5,

Inclined,

Aph. Bent down:

— occurring
— Fut.
3.

here only in

the
31.

KT.
(J,

.oZqjQJ
(S.

they shall not pass the night

pi.

of

Zo^D

Ao

Matt. xxi. 17), Spent the night, lodged, remained.
Part.

— Fut. L(l,d3.

L]h,

S.

Luke

xxi. 37.
vi. 19.

Chald. ni!l n!l, L>an.

1

^

^OT-ic-J,

shining

shines,

dawns.

—Part.

fern,

of

01-i(l_3,
vi.

Shone, was

bright.

— Pret,
T

3. sing, fern,
1.

Zoi^^,

S.

Luke

13,

&c

Part.

CTLiilJ, S.

Matt, xxviii,

Heb. njj, Job -

xviii. 5.

^;jdAj>,
Pa.

that they
7

might break.

—Pael
pi.

fut.
7
.7

3.

pi.

of

'fi:iL,

Broke.

.7

i^L, the same.

Pret. 3.

Qi^L,
v, 4.

ver.

32, 33,

below

Fut. ;^2\j

Part. -Jl^t^, S.

Mark

Heb.

Pi.

^3^,

Ps.

iii.

8.

•X

..

7

^ai.»_Q_»,
leg.

the legs (aff. pleon.)

ra

crKekr]

,

[.Q-*,

noun

fern. def.

The

PI. (masc.

form) _.»_Q_»,
Ps.
cxlvii.

def.

^Q,^.
pi.

Heb. p)^,
ii.

10.— Chald. p^,

with

aff.

Dan.

33.

^A.kkJ, they might
» .7

take

down.
_

Aph.

fut. 3. pi.

of A-kkJ, Descended.
let

Aph.
S.

A.»oj

(Acts xxii. 30), Brought doivn,
46;
S.

doion;
pi.

—with

aff.

Mark
30

XV.

Luke

xxiii.

53.

Pret.
2.

3.

oA>j], Acts

xxvii.

Fut. Ajs>J or Aji^p.


S,

sing.

Aj^jjZ, Acts xxiii.
xv. 36.

20

Part.

AjIld, S.*Matt.

v.

45;

Mark
iv. 11.

Heb. Hiph. ri^rUH,

inipei-at.

Joel

— Chald. Aph. Dnj^

and ^^^^, Deposited,

Ezr. v. 15;

vi. 1, 5.

;

S.

JOHN

XIX. 31-38.

205

Ver. 31.

Transl.

But

the Jeios, because it loas the preparation, said, These

bodies shall not
is

remain

all night tipon the Cross,

for

the

Sabbath

daioning

—-for

a high day was

the

day of that Sabbath; and
the
legs

they begged of Pilate that they might break
crucified,
7

of those

and might

take them down.
that

33

0\.Kt, Transl.

They saw

He was dead

already,

and

brake not

His
34.

legs.

So the Sin. MS.
side

rn

1

g^^o in His
side, of a

— Gr. avrov

tt/v

TrXeupav
PI. def.

— P-2)5,
lAi.^5.

noun

fern.

The

man, or of a building.

Occurs in N.T.

here and ch. xx. 25, only.


35

]A

.

nn\o^

with a spear

— Xoyxj?—Noun
TnaTcva-qre.

fern. def.

from the Gr. word:

occurs here only.
«^!?5 Transl.

That ye also might
vfxeL<;

believe

— The

Sin.

and Alex.

MSS. read
36.

iva koX

(Sd^i, a bone
S.

octtovv

—Def.
S.

of i>0^^i,

noun masc. Ph

def.

P^Vw

Matt,

xxiii.

27
(i.

;

Luke

xxiv. 39.

Heb. D*)5

q.

D^fy) only in poetry, Prov. xvii. 22; xxv.

15.— Chald.

b"lil (or Dl-l), pi.

with

aff.

Dan.

vi.

25.
fut. 3. sing.

;^ZAj
of

|J

,

shall not be broken

-ov o-vvTpL/SrjcreTaL

— Ethpeel

^Z,
A

Broke.

Ethpe. ;^ZZ"|,

Was

broken.

Transl.
37.

bone shall not be broken in Him.

0;_OJ, they liave pierced

lie.Kivriqa'av
xii. 7.

Pret.

3. pi.

of ;-05, Transfixed,

smote; with

aff.

Acts

Gr. Trara^as.
8.

Heb. npl, Numb. xxv.
38.

JOOI

j

1)^, was hiding, in secrecy
|_ii_^,
1.

KCKpvfxfx.ivo<i
-

— Pael
(S.

pai-t.

(forming

imperf tense) of

Lay

hidden. Pa.
X
7
(^
,

»

» ^

Matt. xxv. 18),

Concealed.— Tvet.

sing.

A
7

i

.a.

with

aff.

pleon. S. Matt, xxv,

25.-3.

pi.

n^ml,
Imperat.

Rev.

vi.
7

1^

Put. "U^^J, 2 sing.
1 "

"U^Z,
^
i

Actsv. 3
S.

pi. CLa-4,,
»

Rev.

vi.

IG
S.

Part. fern.

(

{)iO,

Luke

i.

24

Part. pass.
44.

« ^ ^^

Matt.

x. 26, &c.

Fern.

|J>.a..!^!iD, ch. xiii.

206
Ver. 38.

S.

JOHN

XIX. 38—40.

Transl. After these things, Joseph, he

who

teas

from Arimathcea,

begged of Pilate
secresy

— because he was a of Jesus, and was in Jews— he might take away body from fear of
disciple
the

that

the

of Jesus.

»CC12J, gave leave

incTpuj/ev

—Apliel
...

pret.

3.

sing,

of

-mnng^ .mg^^
viii
y

Cast

lots.

Aph. Permitted.
y -y »CC123|, S.

Fut. »CQ^J, S,
21,
ii.

Luke
«

32

Imperat.

Matt.
7 7

viii.

&c
29.

Part. »cq.£iLd, Acts xxi.
this conjugation is

37

Part. pass. »QQ.2iSd, Acts

—From
i

derived

j7n

1

rn g^V>

noun

fern. def.

A commission, permission.

Acts xxvi.

12.

The Vienna and some other Eds. read j/o
39.

m g^Vn
embalming

]A4JC1.kj (or "jA^Q-Kj), a mixture of aromatic herbs, for

a corpse

— Gr.

ixLyfia

—Noun
T

fern,

def occurring here only in the
1.

N.T.— R. 4l^, Heb.

tO^M, Embalmed, Gen. ~

2, 3, 26.


j5glSd>,

of myrrh

cr/tvpvT^s

—Noun masc.
xlv. 9.

def. E,. 5}iD, jlD,

Was

bitter.

Heb. ^y!2 or ^b, Ps.
>

n\V

j

aloes

— Gr.
T T

aXoTjs

— Noun occurring here only.
pi.

Heb. ^T]^, only in
Ps. xlv. 9.

D^ShX, Numb, xxi v. —
T
;

6; or

niSnX, T -;


40.

_a;»^j^, pounds
Greek.
•X

—Xtrpas—
.

PI. of

"jf-^X, noun borrowed from the

7

»_»01C12tD, they V)Ound
(S.

it

^

^

^

4'Sr/crav

avro

—Pret.

7
.

3. pi.

with

aff.

of yiS^
.

7

»

Luke

iv. 20),

Wound
ii.

up, rolled up.

Pret.

3. sing.

fem.

AUj^,

with
S.

aff. S.
ii.

Luke
12.

7

Fut.

^0;^U

Part. Peil j^j^ID, ch. xx. 7;

Luke

Deriv.
def.

'\^iD,

noun masc.

A

roll.

jLouibj U^^^,

the roll ofparchmeoits,

2 Tim. iv. 13.

— —

]jA£r2, in lineu'clothes
»kc.),

o^oviots

— PI.

def. of

pAo

(S.

Matt, xxvii. 59,

noun masc. Flax,
that they should

linen.

^t^HQJj,

bury
3.

to

bury

— eVra^ta^civ— Fut.
S.

3. pi.

of

;Ao, Buried— Vrat.

i)l.

O.-nO,

Matt. xiv.

12.

Fut.

:

S.

JOHN
sing.

XIX. 40—42.

XX.

1,

2.

207

Ver. 40.

nn«-.oi
Inf.

1.

jOiH^V,
afF. S.

S.

Matt.

viii.

21

;

S.

Luke

ix.
pi.

59
masc.

;«-^nVnV_ with
S.
?

Matt. xxvi. 12
S.

Part. jJluD,
7 7. ;«^o/^ Rom.

^]sxO,

Matt.
7

viii.

22;
u]).

Lnke

ix. 60.
xii. 20.
aff.

Pael r^HO, Heaped
Deriv. |5qlClD,
V. 9.

Fut.

2. sing.

noun masc.

def.

A

hurier.

PI.

with

Acts

Heb. ^^p, Gen.
41.

xxiii. 4, &c.

jocn iO_i_CDZ.Z.|,

had been

laid

— hiOr]— Ethpeel
,

pret. 3. sing, (forming

pluperf tense) of IsOClID
ordained,

J><1CD Placed.

Ethpe.
1

Was set,

apjjointed,
i.

Pret.

1. sing.

Aklj-CoZZ"),
iv.

Tim.

ii.

7; 2 Tim.

11
x.

Fut.

^

I

O^ZAj,

S.

Mark

21.— 3.
xi. 9

pi.

^qIQj^ZAj, Hebr.

13
X. 8.

Inf.

nVn f^7AV>\ Eev.

Part. ^sQ^HiZAkJ, S.

Luke

42.

Zooi HP*,

ivas entering,

drawing on

—Part. fem. nf v^v ^^j Entered.
its inflexions.

This part, preserves Olaph throughout
ch.
iii.

See note,

4,

Transl.
on,

And
and

there laid they Jesus, because the

Sabbath was drawing

because the sepulchre

was

near.

CHAPTER XX.
*~^

»

*">

,-K»«0,

on the first day in the week
9.

ttj /xia

rQv
n

arajS/^aTuyv

— See
Ean;
siug.

note, ch. v.
.

7

IV

2.

A^OIJ,

she

ran— Gr.

rpex^i

Pret. 3. sing. fem. of *^aij (ver. 4),

with jAo, Followed

after, piirsued,
ii.

Rom.

ix.

31.

—Pret.
vi.

1.

A^OI), Gal.
kc.

ii.

2; Phil.
>

16.— 3.
as

pi. O-^CJIJ, S.

Mark
Rom.

33, 55,

— Fem.
^JOl,
xiv.
iii.

(^rn\

(or,

some Eds.
Pet.
5
iii.

read, —^Olj")

S.

Matt.
19

xxviii. 8

Fut. ^cn^J,

1 S.

11.

1. pi.

xiv.

Imperat. (anomalous
cent)
1

— 01 and

transposed, 'and
ii.

the latter quies1

Tim.

vi.

11; 2 Tim.
»^(T15,
S.

22.— PI.
ix.

O^JCJI,

Cor.

ix.

24;
1

1,

&c

Part.
i.

Mark

25:

— Fem.

j^OlJ,

Tim.

3; Tit.

7

PI. masc. __i^(Jl5, ver. 4, below.

208
Ver.

S.

JOHN

XX. 2-5.

2.

Heb.

m, p, Gen.
|* is

xviii. 7; Ps. cxix. 32.

N.B.

In Aramaic,

softened into

^

(t^),

while the medial

)

is is

replaced by the harder consonant 01 (H)-

A

similar example

found in ZcTLO, TFas ashamed, Heb. ^13-


4.

•X.

7
,

.... «-»C71Q-XQ_»

Transl.

2^/ie?/

have taken

away our Lord from
Him.

that

sepulchre,

and I know not where

they have laid
i.e.

Ol!iD,_0 ^4015, he
S.

ran {and) preceded,
4,
i.

he out-ran

irpoiZpafxe

— So

Luke
(S.

xix.

the pronoun in both places being pleonastic.
35),

^^

Mark

Pael of ^.lo, Was first, preceded.
is

Though
Ili^

apparently alike in signification, Peal
object (see S. Matt, xxi. 31),

followed by
is

of the

whereas Pael

followed by the

Simple accusative

(S,

Matt. xvii. 25),
..7
'^

—Pret.
y

3. sing. fern.

AlOp^,

she has forestalled, is {come) beforehand, Gr. irpoiXafii, S.
xiv.
8.

Mark

..

7

3.

jil.

fern.

._j001 «_iu1d,-D, loere early, Gr.
'

yevo'/i-evat

X
.

opOpiai, S.

Luke
S.

xxiv. 22

Part.

pi.

OOCTI

Vn^

nVo came early,

7

Gr.

U)p6ptt,€,

Luke

xxi. 38

When

followed by another verb

in the

same number, person, and gender, JsO,0 (whether in Pe.
*
7

or Pa.), represents the Gr. irpo or Lat. prce in composition, as
in this verse.
S.

Other examples in the Gospels are i<10 ^j-D,
sing.

Mark
23;
S.

i.

35.— L
Put.

ZilD^AlLyO,

S.

Matt. xxiv. 25;

S.

Mark

xiii.

2. pi.

,023 ^IZ ,alDj_DZ
11
;

(J,

take no thought hefore-

hand,

Mark

xiii.

— with
]j"j
.

many

similar in the Acts

and

Epistles.
xiii. 2.^

Similarly, part.
.;

tioV]j1 J>oJ!aSD,

I foretell,

2 Cor.
xii.

— PI.

n W)
X
-

Vn^
£>

oVo
7 7

in honour preferring,

Rom.
1 S.

.

*

10
i.

Part. pass.

:'=^

JOOI iO,-QlD, was foreordained,

Pet.

20.

77..
Gal.
vi. 1;
1

T,
_

Ethpaal iO,-DZ.(, Was overtaken, pre-occtipied

— Fut. IsOr^Aj,
O V>,

r7T.

Tim.

v. 21.

Deriv.

jZolD^^lD, ncgin fem.
the fore-knoioledge.

def. Anticipation.

— Constr.
i.

|A2i,^ Z.qSo,

Acts

ii.

23; IS. Pet.

2.

Heb.
X.7
5.

Pi.

dp,

Ps. Ixviii. 26; with accusat. Ixxxix. 15.

*Q»j5J, he looked attentively

— Gr.

Trapa/cvi/^as (for

this

meaning

of the

S.

JOHN XX.
S.

5—15.

209

Ver.

5.

Gr. word, compai-e
3. sing,

James

i.

25;
to,

1 S. Pet.

i.

of *O0J *Oj, Attended

considered,
1 S.

— Aph. looked —Pael
12).

pret.

into.

»Q_i5, the same.

Fut,

3. pi. 3.

^OQjyJ,

Pet.

i.

12

A.ph,

same
Part.

as Pe. and Pa.

— Pret.
y^^
{(^8

sing. fern.

LCi

>?(, ver. 11,

below

pass. *0,1d, accurate, well versed in,

Acts

xviii. 24.
i.e.


7.

^ik

rJ

r-*?

^^^>

for) entering he entered not,
(.larrjXdcv

he hy no

means entered
~
^

— Gr.

ov /tevrot

jocn tOL^i^j, was or had been hound
7

— and — Gr. —Part. Peil
Infin. abs.
tjv

pret.

(forming

passive pluperf.) of »DV>>>, Bound, girded on.

Also, from the

idea of being girded and prepared,

Went away, departed on a

journey, S. Matt. xxi. 33; xxv. 14, 15; S.

Mark

xii.

1; xiii. 34.
pi.

Fut. *D01_kkJ,
vi.

1.

sing. *DOl_Kij,
i.

Acts xxv. 4
Deriv.
3; Col.
i.

Imperat.

Q_D01_K., Eph.
].0|-Kj,

14; IS. Pet.

13
iv.

noun masc.

def.

A

bond, Eph.

iii.

14. Pi. Strengthened,

Heb. pTH Was firm,

strong, Judg.

28.

bound on a

girdle, Isa. xxii. 21.


9.

^^m\,

7.7

%

separately, aside, hy itself
7

x<^P's

— Adverb, compounded of A —The
Matt,
def.
i.

and 'r^^, a

side.

See ver. 20, below.

\^Ld ^iDj/rom

the Scriptures

—Gr.
llw.

rrjv ypa^T^v.

11

^

7

7

»;V>, Transl.

But Mary

stood at the sepidchre,

and

wejjt.

Sin.
12.

and Alex. MSS. omit

(JO-KK^, in white garments
xxviii. 3), adj.

iv AevKots

PI. def. of jCLkj (S.
i.

White.— De{. ]icLZ, Rev.
V.

14,

&c.— Fem.

VZjOjI,

S.

Matt.

36;

S.

Mark

xvi.
vii.

5.— PI. ^'^oL,
9,

Rev.

14.— PI.
white.

fem. def.

]l^aL, Rev.

13.

— R. —

5q_k»,

Was

Chald. ^Tl, Dan.

vii.

9.

..7

r

.1.

•^

fcjOTOf£D| ^J^, at
lyTbl,

His pillows
def.

— Gr.

Trpo? rrj KCcfiaXy
holster.
(

PI. Avith aff. of

noun masc.
T »

A

pillow,
.-»

Occurs here only.
(Castel.)

R- *lD*j p)laced ,,7 »

X

15.

Zj'^rr)

—J 5

h-tCn,

— permutation of and hut she supposed— Gr.

Ikuvt], BoKovaa.

w.

c.

27

210
* r p T

S.

JOHN

XX. 15—22.

Ver. 15.

OCT! (1

\

.o, that lie was the gardener
def.

— Zn

6 Krj7rovp6? icru
|Aj_ii,

P_l_^.,

uouu masc.

derived from [±^*, def.

a garden.

Occurs here only.
IG
|;iD(o, Transl.
'E/Spa'ia-TL is

Aoid saith

tioito

Him

in Hebrew.

Tbe word

found after
I
7

avT<2 in the Sin.

and Vat. MSS.

«

I

Nop?
The
only.

,

viT/

rest

— Fa/^j^owt — So the Vienna Ed. and Tremellius. read ._i_3a^5. — po*~)3, noun masc. occurring here
Master
«»

«

p 'X

7

def.

17.

I '~)i

DLL

P, touch

oiot

jxyj

oltttov

—Ethpaal
Hebr.
pi.

fut.

2, sing.

fern, (for

imperat.) of *0^.0,
(S.

Drew

near,

was

near, touched.

Ethpa.

>'^;.nZ.j

Matt.
of

xvii.

7),

Was brought
Acts
viii.

near, drew (himself) near,
ix. 28.

was

offered',

an

oblation,
,

xxi. 26;

Pret. 3. sing.

fem. A.OiJdZ'J

S.

Luke

44.-3.

Q^-fnlX,
pi.

S.

Matt. xxvi.

50.— 2.
V.

pi.

^oAiD^Zt, Hebr.

xii. 18,

22.— 1.

^^Z^, Rom.
Hebr.
iii.

2

Fut. s^'-Jiitl, Acts V. 13,
xii.

&c.:— Fem.

J^'-^Ll!^,
S.

x.

26; _i.rDS-DZZ", ch.
2. pi.

20.— 3.
vi. 17.
viii.

pi.

^OH^j^dAj,

Mark

10.—
iv. 16.

,^OS:l^^LL, 2 Cor.

1. sing. »d;,rDAj,

Hebr.
S.

Imperat. ^O^T^Z], Acts
ii.

29

Inf.

Q^^joAklX,
1

Mark
Hebr.

4; S.
.

Luke
«^;

vi.

19
S.

Part.

^^dAsL,

Tim.

vi.

3,

&c.— Pi.

masc.
vii. 19.

nr\n^

Luke

xv. 1;

— coalescing with
the ev&ning

^-J->j,

19

_j5 JOOI yO, Transl. But when
of the week, and

it

was

of that first day

the doors were shut, &c.

20.

ai;_^-CD,

His

side

rrjv

TrXcvpdv avrov

'r^SD, def.

|r4^> noun masc.
;

The

side, extremity/,

end.
7

— Used
t<

adverbially, as
vi.

/)m \,

aside,

apart, ver. 7, above-

j_4CQ„0, back, ch.

06,

where see

note.

_Sd

i-^ID, besides, S.

Matt. xiv. 21; xv. 38.

—Also

^-^.£00, aiid

the like,

and

the rest, et coitera.

Tranyl. This said lie,
22.
.>->-<=^ i
j

and shewed
ei/c^uo-i/crc

them,

&lc.

He

breathed

—Verb Peal

pret. occurring only here

in the

N.T.

Ileb. n3:3, Is«- Hv. 16.

S.

JOHN XX.
,

23—26.

211

Ver. 23

ynn*~)^L
many they
(the sins)

(

Transl.

If ye

shall have remitted sins to {any)

shall he remitted to

him; and if ye

shall have retained

of {any) man, they shall he retained.
subst. verb is pleonastic, or
Lit.

24.

]ocn

]j,

The

merely strengthens the ex{the case that) he

pression.

{As for) Thomas... it was not

was

there with them.
25.

|AX205,

the places

— Occurs here only the N.T. — wj^VO* my fingers—Gr.
in
,

\i\h of the

nails

—Gr. rou — —
twi' 77X001/
toj/

tvttov

—See

note, eh, v. 2.
.
,

PI. def. of j»

noun masc.

def.

A

nail.

^(LktuXov [xov
xi. 20),

PI. (fern,

form) with

aff.

of

MS*

>

<^6f.

P^^t

(^'

Luke

noun fem. (though masc. in

form),

A
.

finger,

and

especially the forefingei', used in dijyping
def.

into anything.

(AJL^t

(masc. — PL — R. ^10 , Dipped,
j;3!^i<,
toes,

form)

j^^t

Fem. form

def.

tinged.

Heb.

Exod.

viii.

15; Ps.

viii.

i;

cxliv. 1.
pi. |j;3^J<,

With
Dan.

vSjII, h^s
V. 5.

2 Sam. xxi.
ii.

20.— Chald.

J^^^J^

Toes, ch.

41,

pi. def.

— and

constr.

with S^'^^'ni ver. 42.

Transl. A7id put

my fingers
thrust

into them.

Pi .y^jQlO, I extend,
subjunct.) of

jSaXo)

—Aph.
S.

part, (forming pres. tense
(S-

fc4-*.-»,

not used.
2, pi.

Aph. *4-»®!

Matt. xxvi. 51),

Stretched out.

Pret.

.oA4-»OJ,

Luke

xxii.

53

Imperat.

^-iof,

ver. 27,

below

Part, (as such) S. Matt.
iv. 11,

vii. 9, 10.

Heb. Hiph tD^^il, Esth.
26.
I
I

&c.

1

V)Z, eight
within

— oktw—Numeral masc.
ccroi

Q_4(tJ^,

— —Adverb, compounded of _^ and
The inner
*^,
part, midst,

Q_..,

noun masc.
xxiii. 2G.

daL

|Q-»t,

with
of,

aff.

S.

Matt,

With
with

pref.
aff.

d^ca,

in the midst

through, S.

Mark xi.

16:

S.

Luke

xix. 44; xxi. 21; xxiv. 32.
vii.

Q_ij^_^

_k?, adv.
Q_hlJ^,

within, inwardly, S. Matt.
prep, with
aff.

15; xxiii. 27, 28;
xi.

_Ld

within you,
^Jl3,

S.

Luke

39; xvii. 21.
of,

Compare Chald.

XijlS,

in the midst

or simply

//?,

212
Ver. 26.

S.

JOHN XX.
7;
vii.

26—31.

Dan.

iii.

25;

iv.

15.— X^JlS,
iii.

into, ch.

iii.

6,

11,

15.—

t^iil"!^, out

of the midst, ch.

26.

27.

«..»-^_nk_2, t«^o

My
sif/e

side

eis

tj)!/

TrXerpav /xov

-*"> .i

,

def.
(

V^^^-\\

(ch-

xxi. 6),
the fore

TAe
2Jcirt,

or part of a person or object.
(_»;-Kij


of

.

V>,

n

^d-t,

and

[^l^t.

^/te

hinder part, of a ship, Acts
»
7

xxvii. 41.

.•7(7

PI. def.

U^i-

— p«-»V^5

1""^

7 ^

«

f^\l

r^'

tlie

parti/, sect,

of the Pharisees, Acts

xxiii. 9.

I>77»PI>
29.
. .

iA

.] ...^

l-*^,

'ioiy that

thou hast seen
Sin. Vat.

9 Me — Gr. on

,

,

ewpaKas

/xe

©w/za

is

wanting in the

and Alex. MSS.

'

\

-(l

^TL^^Cl^,
ot

blessed are tJiey
PI.

lit.

their blessings to those
(S-

Gr. fiaKapioL,

with

aff.

of %:^Q~^ def. Udq_4
blessedness.
pi.

Luke i.
>

48),

Good, goodness;
-

ha2J2>iness,

PI.

__i_OQ-4

constr.

*~^'^

i, def. [ii)Q_4'

—Used in the
is he, S.
xi.

with

affixes, in signification

as above, and followed (except in the 2nd pers.)

bj
."^O

»1.
(j,

Ex.

wiCncidQ-^, blessed
is she, S.

Matt.
1

xi.

6,

&c.

(Tl

i

blessed
is

Luke
T>

i.

45;
7

27; and

Cor.

vii.

40,

where _^

not

needed.

xiv. 14.

— —

*^j..OQ_4, blessed art thou, S. Matt. xvi. 17; S.

Luke

,m
.

.

on
^

«>

^^ blessed are tliey (fern.) S. Matt. xiii. 16,

&c.

—^ n
— and

«-^o

^

blessed are ye, S. Matt. v. 11, &c.
7, &c.

Cogn. Heb. ^^JO, Goodness, Ps. xxv.
10:

Welfare, Prov.

xi.

n^itO; f^m. Ps. xvi.
T
i.

2.

— Compare also the use of Heb.

^*1^t<, Ps.
xxxii. 20.

1;

Dent

xxxiii. 29; Prov. xiv. 21; xxix. 18; Isa.

31

I

\C7I «^|, Transl.
believe that

But
is

these also that are loritten {are) tJiat ye

may
for

Jesus

the Christ, the

Son of God; and

(that)

'when ye have believed, ye
ever.

may

have in His

Name

the life that is

The

Sin.

MS. and Codex

Bezte read

t,iiirjv

aiwviov.

J

S.

JOHN

XXI. 3—7.

213

CHAPTER XXI.
3.

P'QJ 50f

I,

that

,

I may catch

(to catch) fish

— Gr.
3.
jjI.

aXteueti'

— Fut.
v.
9.

1.

sing.

of jOt
against.

Hunted, snared game, fish; caught by
3.

guile, j^^otted

Pret.
ver.

pi.

OJ.

,

in this verse; S.

Luke

2.

pi.

^Z/.

,

10, below
S.

Fut. 50 ^J,
xii.

^JO^-J, with
S.

aff.

S.

Matt. xxii. 15;

Mark

13

Part.

jK,

Luke

v.

10
3. pi.

Ethpeel

I . ..^ ,_».Z.Z.j,

Was
ii.

' ^^ snared, taken, Rev. xix. 20.

Pret.

Oj_.^ZZ.1^ 2 Tiin.

26.
cxl.

Heb.

*l!l^,

Gen. xxxvii. 3; Ps.

12.
the ship.


4.
,_»

7

7

qj3;.£U0, Transl.

And

they went forth
eu'^i;'?.

and embarked on

The

Sin.

and Vat. MSS. omit
of-

^1», by the side {hand)

— on— Gr.

et?.

Compare Heb.T'-7^, Exod.
5.
6.

ii.

5.

-fyiv

N^ \ •X.I ^r^j
verse)

anything

to eat

^OoZ-j-niaO, your net

— Gr.
A

noun
i.

fern.

net.

— Gr. to ^Utvov— |,_n^, —
.D

t6 Trpocr^dyiov.
I
.r,

I

def. S.

jZ.y_ni^ (in this

PI. def.

jZ.,_»^iiD,

Matt.

iv.

18; S.

Mark

16.

— R. jOt

,

Caught.
26.

Heb.

y\'il2 Eccles.
Eccles. ix. 12;

vii.

^^^12, Job xix.
13.
the side

6;

and

fern.

mi^/D, T
;

Ml^V/b, Ezek.'xii.
T
;

1

»

V>

i5

(-J^i

T-^'
eis

^"^ ^^*^
S^^lo.

right side,
fJ-^pt}.

\\t.

from

which

{is) the

right.

Gi\

ra

ILiClCD

^^) from
And

{for) the midtitude

cxTro

tov TrXrjBov;
-

— Noun masc.
for the

def. Greatness,

abundance.

R.

(-ifr-CD

or

»

«

""i.

Increased.
the net,

Transl.

they cast,

and were
it

not able to

draw

multitude of tlve fishes which
7.
I

contained.
-

»

Nci^S, naked


yv/xvos

— Def.
def.

of

-

^ c: ^
ii.

(^-

^'^^^- xxv.
1

38), adj.

Naked, bare.
PI. masc.
1

— Fem.
"

(Aj«_iu4^, bare grain,

Cor. xv. 37.

^C:^>
Deri v.

^-

James

15;

— coalescing
viii.

with

^-3->^)

Cor.

iv.

11.

|Z.Q-a._^4p^) Jioun fcm. def. Xakedness,

Rom.

35; 2 Cor.

xi. 27.

214
Vcr.

S.

JOHN

XXI. 7—12.

7.

Transl. A7id the disciple, he
is

whom

Jesus loved, said unto Peter, This
he heard that
it

our Lord.

But Simon, when
and girded

was our Lord,

took his tunic,

his loins,

{for he was naked)
to Jesus.

and

cast

himself into the
is

sea, that he inight

come

The

last clause

not in the original, but seems to have been supplied by the

Syr. Translator from S. Matt. xiv. 29.
8.

_-i_Q„»_»o3,

far

— Gr. fiaKpdv—

PI.

r»f

.n

.

...i

(S.

Matt. xv.

8, &c.), adj.

Distant, remote, used of place
XV.
7

and time.
..
i

Def. (^_L_Kt9, S.
24.

Luke

13.
hj,

— Fern.

(.Q.k_K»5j S.

Matt. xiv.
.
Ti

— PL
17.

coalescing with

^1

2 Cor. X. 11.

— Def

(o

I 7 k>3, Ejih.

ii.

—Form
vi.

of part.

Peil from «n>o3,

Heb. pni>

TV^cis

distant.
6.

Heb. pini, Gen. xxxvii. 18.— Chald. p^pll, Ezr.


I

7

«_A.w|L_£D, veoy.

— Adj.
irrjxii^v

Much, abundant, here used

as

an adverb.

See

note, ch. xvi. 12.
'

^|j
S.

cubits


vi.

PI. of

]^\, noun
xii.

fern.

A

cubit.

Def. |A!:D(,

Matt.

27;
T

S.

Luke
vi.

25.— PL

of masc. form.

Heb. nSfc^, Gen. ~
pl-

15:— PL HlDi^, —
vL
3.

Ezek.

xlii.

2.— Chald.

p^5<, Dan.
X

iii.

1; Ezr.

.... -_i,-^iL_3o, Transl.
jLOQ-it, coals

And

were dragging that net offishes.

Gr. dvOpaKidv
live coal.

—PL

def. (masc. form.) of j^iDO-i, def.
(in IST.T.)

IZSolD-t,

A

Occurs

only here and

Pom.

xii.

20.


11.

POJ,

fish

— Gr.

6\l/dpLov,

as also in the next verse
def.

I^-DOj,
xiL

1.

Z'u»;-4t

I

]j, ions

weight — Noun masc. — R. «s not broken— ovk
7

A

— See note, — PL burden.

ch. vi. 9.

__»yiDa_»,

Hebr.

1

t-Q-jj

11

Jieavy.
IcrxtfrBr]

— Ethpaal
51.

pret. 3. sing. £em.
|,

of J5», Cut, tore, rent asunder.
3.

Ethpa. w^;.^.

Was

torn.

Pret.

pi.

fern.
V.

wj-^^V,

S.

Matt. xxviL

Part.
ix.

fem.
1

U;^^,
v.

S.
1 2.

Luke
\
,

C— PL
Loosed.

fem.

03 L\j»

dine, — more properly, breakfast —

^v^^,

S.

Matt.

17:

Tim.

11.

dptaTi'jcraTe
(S.

—Ethpaal imperat.
Was loosed,
Gr. apLarov,
,

pi.

of

j^,

— Ethpa. .».5Ajj

Mark
(

viL 35),
|Z.0^-»

was freed from hunger, partook of a meal

S.

JOHN
a fast.)

XXI. 12—17.

215

Ver. 12.

that tohich breaks

—Pret.

3. pi.

Q_»5A^j, ver. 15, below. __

Fut. llZuifcJ, S.

Luke
" T

xi. 37.
Tl'as loosed.

Cliald. Ithpa. i<'nn£J'5^>
;

Part.

pi.

masc. Dan.

v. 6.

N.B.

Although

this verb, as also \LOi-»

and Gr.

apia-Tov,

primarily

refer to

an early meal, yet they are

also used of meals taken at a

later hour, or banquets to
S.

which guests are invited.
38; xiv. 12.

Compare

Matt. xxii. 4;

S.

Luke

xi. 37,

(OOI o>j;V)V), dared, durst
~
y

eroA/xa

tense) of ^*j;iD,
&c.).

Was

hold.

—Aphel — Aph.
S.

part, (forming imperf.
^^

^

»>j^k3|

(S.

Matt, xxii, 46,

Used boldness; took courage,

Mark

xv. 43.

— Pret.

3, pi.

Q_K»jiDJ, S.
1

Luke

.XX.

40
pi.

Inf. a,K>tlQSQ_ik, to
,^
.

Tim.

ii.

12

Part.

masc.

...;^V>^ coalescing with ^-1-k»,

17

usurp

autJiority,
r

2 Cor. X. 12.
•.

Deriv.
.-h[)7
def.

V c

7

P^jId, noun masc.
2 S. Pet.
ii.

A

bold,

presumptuous person.
adv. Boldly,

PL

def. (-k»V^>

10:—and A^^^),
He was our

Rom.

xv. 15.
teas,

Transl.

But none of
knew
that

the disciples durst ask

Him who He

for

they

Lord.

13

*^i-0, Transl. Btit Jesus came near,

and

took bread,

and fish, and

gave
15.
t
t

to

them.

\

*..»-L5,

feed for

Me — Gr.

(Soo-kc (so also ver.

17; but in ver. 16,

TToifiaLve.)

Imperat. of p.? Fed or tended cattle, sheep, &c. whence
to,

Was kind
aff.

cared for, nded.
Matt.
S.
ii.

Fut. P»;J, Rev.
pi.

ii.

27, &c.

;

with

pleon.

S.

6

Imperat.

ClLj, 1 S. Pet. v. 2

Inf.

Hr^,
30,

Luke

xv. 15

Part. t£j, S.
ch. x. 2.

Luke
(

xvii.
>

7.— Def.
S.

Jjl2^3,
viii.

used as a noun, see note,

— Fern.

V\

Matt,
14.

&c.— PL
T T

masc. ^j-L),
2.

S.

Matt.

viii.

33; S.

Mark

v.

Heb. ny*1, Gen. xxxvii.
17.

Aj) i>Qii>j bS\, Thou kno west ~
7

~

cru

oTSas

— Part, (forming
aff. S.
i.

pres. tense)
i.

of 'XlD-.t^,

Knew, was

loise, skilled

in: with
S.

Matt.

25.

Fut.

Ur^^
toise.

Part. Peil

V^.n >.

Luke
aff.

34

Pael )>CinL,
iii.

Made

Fut.

3. pi.

^Qina>^, with

2 Tim.

15.

216
Ver. 17.

S.

JOHN

XXI.

17, 18.

Heb. QDH, —
T
1

Pi'ov. vi.

6.— Pi.

Ps. cxix. 98.

.

./on
'
'

J/y

slieep
-PI-

to.

irpo^aTa fiov (in the foregoing verse rendered
aff.

*^'.'^)

with

of

(

I

n

1

(Acts

viii.

32),
-E,

noun

fern.

A

sheep,

especially for sacrifice.
>

— PL

def.

\LQjOJi. —

^QJ, Slew.

—Pa.

(^

V Offered a

libation,

sacrificed.

Ethpaal vj_OJZ.|, part,
ii.

p] jnjAlib,
18
.^.

/aw

offered, o-rrcVSojaat, Phil.

17; 2 Tim.

iv. 6.

^

<7^ 1

\

Aj|, Transl, Thou for thyself girdedst thy
old— otov
yr]pda~r}<i

loins.

AciflDj ]Sd, when thou art
(for ZioIojIj) of »^|a),
old.

—Aphel
Aph.

pret.

2.

sing.

Was

old,

grew
viii.

old.

,£:3]m"|,

Became

s^]^]o

or o::)lnDO, Hebr.

13.

—The
2.

Par. and Lond.

Polygl. read Peal in both places, viz.

AojIDj and CDJrbo.

Heb. y>ty,

1

Sam.

xii. 2.

.^n • c^/^ thou shalt stretch forth
(S.

iKrevels

— Put.
Pret.
.(^n
X
<=^,

sing, of -^

* m

'^
o>,^

Matt.
x.

viii.

3),

Extended, expanded.
Imperat.
- P

1.

sing.
S.

A

t\

Eom.
13, *kc
ri^/tf,

21

Put. .^n » CM1
I
'

«

<7^^

Matt.

xii.

Part. Peil -5
sir)i2)le;

* ^,

c^ef.

^

i

stretched out to view,
i,

used as an
Matt.
vi.

adj.
S.

Col,

iii.

22; Hebr.
xi.

8.

— Fern.

]{\
I

>

«^
»
<^

,

S.
</ie

22;

Luke

34.— PI.

masc. def.

[\

.

^

simple,

Pom.

xvi. 18.

Heb.

tOEi'iB

intvans.

Spread out to attack, as troops, followed
i.

by

7j;, 75<, or 3, Job
1)

17:

1

Sam. xxvii. 8; 2 Chrou. xxv.

13.

' \*^n

s/ia?^
.,

carry

</iee

— Gr.

oicrEt

—Aphel
vii.

fut.

3.

sing,

with

afF.

of v^*^

Arab. Floiced copiously.

Pael ^^£i-», Led.

^\r^Z"j, Was conveyed, once, Acts
carried, conveyed

45

away, with
aff.

aff.

Rev.

xvii.

Acts

V.

10; with
3.

S.

Matt. xxvi. 57, &c
1

ix. 21.

xxiii.

AXciQJ, 17.— PI, nVAn]'
pi.

Cor. xvi, 3

— —

— Ethjiaal
a\r?)0(,

Aph. ^\ioj, Led,
pi.

3.-3.
Fut.

Imperat.
xiv.

^^QJ, ^^o],
44
13,
vii.

Acts
Acts
Part,

with

aff.

S.

Mark
S,

\^Q^,
PI. masc.

Rom.
.
.

XV,
7

31:— Fem, U^qId,
"

Matt.

14.—

\ooV)j
is

S,

Luke

xxiii.

26

From

this verb in its

simplest form

derived

S.

JOHN

XXI. 18—25.

217

Ver,

18.

|loQ_i, noua masc. def. That which flows from, posterity, order.

PL

def. tir:)Q_*, S.

James

iii.

6.

Heb. Hiph. S^niH,
15, 16.

Ps. Ix. 11,
-^

&c.— Hoph.

'^n^H, Ps. xlv.
8.

and

deriv.

/^V*
vi. 5.

stream, Jerem. xvii.

Chald.

Aph.

hyn,
24

Ezr. V.

U;

QJ01, Transl. This

is the disciple

which

testified

of all

these things,

and
25.

also wrote them.
thei/

..jOCn

—oAidA^,

should be written

ypdcftrjTat

— Ethpeel
written,
S.

part. pi.

fern,

(forming imperf. subjunct. as the same word masc. gender

below) of »IdAd, Wrote.
4.

—Ethpe. s^LdL], Was
23.-3.
pi.

Rom.
x.

xv.

Fern.
.
'.

AtLAoZ]^
*^An/ ]
(in

cb. iv.

Q^IdL]]

Luke

20:

Fern.
1

some Eds. and doubtless the right reading),

Cor. X. 11

Fut.
iii.

*aAoAj,
1.

S.

Luke

ii.

1,

3,

5.-3.

pi.

fem.

^ALAj,

2 Cor.

pj -nrp;

y-*], "^

I

suppose

— Gr.

o7/xat.

Transl. JVot even the world
the books

itself,

as

I

sjippose,

would

he sufficient

for

which should

be written.

^J-mQ-.J IZoiO;^ lj«-»r^

^ \ y^-Jo]
I

'>c\m

Finished

is tlie

Holy

Gospel, the Preaching of

John

the Evangelist,

which he spoke in Greek at
Ej)hesus.

w.

c.

28

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO
S.

MATTHEW.

The Hohj Gospel,
of Matthew

the

Preaching

the Apostle.

CHAPTER
Ver.
1.

I.

cnZ0r.»._L»5,
n,
>

of the

birth,

generation
fern.

(aff.

pleon.)

yevicrew^

-^
,

>

;

def.

(Z.Opa-_iij,
.

noun

Birth, genealogy, descent.

— —

R.

o^ \

',

Gave

birth

to.

Compare Heb. n^7iri ^SD?
2.

Glen. v.

1.

p-^OJ,

begat

— eyiwrjae —Aphel
Zr—iO], with

pret.

3.

sing,

of

,

\

-,

Brought forth.
i.

«_a^39 _Sd ir^ol, hath begotten us again,
1.

1 S.

Pet.

3

Pret.

sing.
(

afF. 1

Cor.

iv.

15

Part. j._LaSD,
ii.

pi. niasc.

XoVn^ engender, give

rise to, 2
v. 4.

Tim.

23.

Heb. Hipli. "l^Sin, Gen.
6.

|_i3o|5

OiZAj] ^~0, of (from)

the tvife

of Uriah

— Gr.
R.
i.e.

Ik tj/s tov OvpLov.

11.

(/

o

\

u-^;

*'*

'^*6

cajitivity

— Gr.

IttL

tt/s ix€TOLKicrLa<;

— Def.
|l-t,

of o\i«,
open,

noun fem.
bare:

A

carrying aioay captive,

exile.

Laid

made a land bare

of inhabitants,

emigrated, or ivas

led into exile, as

Heb. n^il» 2 Kings

xvii. 23, &c.


,

S.

MATTHEW

I.

11—18.
,

219

Ver. 11.

Heb.

rilS-l, 2 T

Kings xxv. 27.— Clialcl. Xn^Sil
T

^^IS,
••
;

T

cidldren of

the ccqytivity, exiles,

Dan.

ii.

25;

v,

13; Ezr,
clef,

vi. 16.

17.

|AiDy-», ^Ae generations

at yeveat

— PL
Def
_

of pD;_»,

noun

fern,

yl

X>rogeny, race, family, tribe.
P

jA«-^;
1.

»^ ch. xi. 16, &c.
Tl

PI.

7

^

*^V«; Acts xxvi.
T.

7; S.

James

i.

—R.

*^;-*, TFas c?Wec? up.
soil, huilt cities.

7
,

_

Pa. <^;-»

Dried up, drained, hence cultivated the
^
.
p

7

Hence
(O;
</ie

also *^-r» def.

\^'rJt,

noun masc. ^

c?eec?,

event, history.

\

0T_L50|, he related the event ;—\')Cr[ (Z-Q-kkIdj

OXO^,
of the

history of this calamity.

(Bar Hebrseus.) xxxv. 7:

Compare Heb. ni^>
TT
sun, ch. xlix. 10.
f.

-4 J?'y desert, Isa.

/ieaf

7

^.7

IT.

••mvo^j^ fourteen

^

Sc/caTeVcrapes
7 7

—Fern,
yivvr](n<;
;

of

•m^o^]^
27, 33.
.-Ri
t

?

7 ^.T

card,

number.

Another form
•".

18.

(Jlp^ui, the birth (pron. pleon.)
<5:c.)

7_
«.
7

».7

is

;mv.A«->i{

Acts xxvii.
^

-q


I

.».7
def.
j

\

,,

,\

.

(ch.

iii.

7,

noun masc.
«

Birth, progeny

fruit of the vine, ch. xxvi, 29.
i.e.

Olr^u* Zlu-O, place of his hirth,
XI;

birthday, ch. xiv.
.1.

6.

—PL
man,

7

Nil,

with

afF.

1

Tim.

ii.

15.

— R.

,

\

>^

Bore children.
8.

Heb.

"77^,

One born, a

child.
i^^

Gen. xxi.

A young

ch. iv. 23,

answering to

^^X

the preceding clause.
ixvy]cmv6i.i.(jr]<i

ZoCJI

I;

1

/SV), sAe loas espoused

— Gr.

—Part.
1.

Peil fera.

(forming imperf. tense) of ;^k3. Espoused.

Pret.

sing. / ;

n Vi

^

with

aff.

2 Cor. xi. 2

Part. Peil fern. def. TZ^-i-^lD, with
iL 5.

aff.

his espoused wife, S.

Luke

Heb. *1^Q,
- T
,

Sold, Ps. xliv.
.

13.

Betrothed a daughter. Gen.

xxxL

15.

,a£)ZoAjfcJ, they came together

— Gr.

o-wvcX^eti/

auVous

— Ethpaal

(or

Ethpaual— see Cowper's
.

Gr. § 97),

fut. 3.

pL of s2iL» (not used)
to.

7

Pael (or Panel) «^Z.Q„», Conwmnicated, consented, was a party
Part. s^LcijtlD,

ActsviL 61

(or viii. 1.)

Ethpaual
1.

^ZoA^l*

Was

associated

toith,

joined hintself to.

— Prot.

.sing.

A^_oA j

j

,

220

S.

MATTHEW
pi.

I.

18, 19.

Ver. 18.

Acts xxvi. 10.— 3.

as2.oL»"f, Rom. xv. 27; Hebr.

ii.

14:

Fern. ^l2iloL»'\, Phil. iv.
13,
V.

15.— 2.

pi.

^oL£iLoL»'{, 2 Cor.
sing.
pi.

ix.

&c

Fut.
sing.

^2oi^^,
^^loLmX>

Gal. vi.
P^iiliii-

6.-2.

^2.oL»Z*

1 1

Tim.
Cor.

22.— 1.

10.— 2.
xii.

,a^ZoL»Z"
Inf.

X. 21, 1

&c.— 1.
vi.

pi.

v2)2.o2L«J, Hebr.

10

a£ilot

V)\

Tim.

18

Part.

^loZL^,
42, &c.

2 S.

Jobn

ver.

11.—PI. masc.

_fc.sZ.oA.aJjD, Acts

ii.

AjLkIjZl*'), she loas

found

— evpWrj—Ethpeel
»_kk£)AjJ
(S.

pret.

3.

sing.

fem. of

vjaJ2.», Found.

— Ethpe.
sing.
X.

Luke

ix.

36, &c.),
17.
i.

Was
sing.
pi.

found.

— Pret.

2.

Aj^kdA.*!,
pi.

S.

Luke

xix.

1.

LLj:^L»\, Rom.
^-KKDA.»t, Gal.
(without final
1. sing.
ii.

20.— 3.
Fut.

a.>^A.»V, Acts

10.— 1.

17

.^koA.«J, Hebr.
2 S. Pet.
iii.

iv. 1,

&c.:— Fem.

^) ^-k^Lȣ,
xii.

10; Rev. xviii.

21.—

wj^Ajp"!" 2 Cor.

20; Phil.

iii.

9.-3.

pi.

.^..^LmJi,
pi.

2 Cor.

xi.

12.-2.

pi.

yO^^Lmf!,
v. 3
1

2 S.Pet.

iii.

14.— 1.
1

^>^A.^,
2,

Acts xxvii. 29; 2 Cor.
PI. masc.

Part.

K>^Lmln,
15.— PI.

Tim.

iii.

&c.—

,_jJLoL»^,

Cor. xv.

fem.

^^^^^Lmln,

Phil.

i.

19.

Chald. Ithpe.

r\^Wn,

Dan.

ii.

35, «tc.— Ezr.

vi. 2.

1

1

5*^j with child

— Gr.
.

iv yacrrpt €)(ovcra

— Fera.
below

of

(}*~^)

Pregnant,

a verbal noun used in place of the regular part, of
Conceived.

^n, Aj_4^,
f.

Fut.

>

\

\^L,

ver. 23,

Part.

jl.^^,

S.

James
Castel,

i.

15

Def. of the verbal noun,
1

jAj-^^O, or, according to
othei-s
S.

jAj_4^,

Thess. v.
S.

3.

The Vienna and some
xxi.

read

lAj^is.— PI. xxiv. 19; S. Mark
K
7
7

^^,
xiii.

Luke

23.— Def. l^^i^i,

Matt,

17,

19.

CJi_i_CD;_£U>, to {that he shoidd) disgrace her,

make her a
7

public ex-

ample

avTiJv TTopaSeiy/xaTwrat

per's Gr. § 97) fut. 3. sing,

—Pael quadrilit. (or Pali—see Cowwith of »CD^, Spread — Pali,
aff.

out.

S.

MATTHEW

I.

19—23.

221

Ver. 19.

_»_CDp2), {Col.ii. 15),

Laid bare, put

to

shame

Ethpali
xix, 27.
.}
.

«_i_CD;_2)Z.|,

Was

disgraced.
2)rivily

Part. fem.

(Lro^aA!^, Acts

A
.

I

.

« ^Vn^

—Xddpa — Adverb,
xvi. 37.

pointed also A
j,

» j^^, and

"

/L»ii.^.4^, Acts

E. ]L

Lay

hid.

Transl.

But

Jose2)h...was

a just man, and was not willing .. .and was

minded, &c.
20.

(^

\ ''*^, *^

ct

dream

— Kar

uvap

— Def.
ii.

of I>QA>j,

noun masc.
Dreamed.
def.

A

dream.

PI. def.

(ioXiJ, Acts
3,

17.

— R.

isQ-L^j,

Heb. DiSn, Gen. xx. Dan.
21.
.

&c.— Chald.

thvi,

X/bSn,

ii.

4, &c.

>mn
V

'

»>- 1^

He
S.

shall save

(aff.

pleon.)

crojcrci

—Aph.

fut. 3. sing.

See note,
22.
,

John
of,

v. 21.

'

^, by

the

hand

by

— Gr.

Bid.

Transl.

li^oio all this that loas

done (was) that that which

(j

iO,lD) was

spoken... viight be fulfilled.
23.

(A-^oAni, the Virgin
lit.

— Def. of jJoAo, noun fem. A virgin, one kept separate, apart from men. — (masc. form, as
-q

irapBivo^

PI. def.

referring to

men) Rev.

xiv.

4.

— PI. fem. —XoAii,

S.

Matt. xxv.

1.— Def. "jAXoA£),
T

ver. 7,

11.— R. ^AlD, Arab.
16.

Separated.

Heb. ri/'inSj Gen. xxiv.
N.B.

The

def. state hei'e accurately represents the Gr. Article; the

passage being correctly quoted from the
correctly rendered the

LXX., who have
14.

as

Heb.

n^^VHi

Isa. vii.

So

also the

Versions of Aquila, Theodotion, and Symmachus.


«

»

1

5*^^> shall
above.

be

with child

— Gr.

Iv yaa-rpl c^ct

— See

note, ver. 18,

i<Lyii 5 Z.Z\!iD, is

iiiterpreted

iMeOep/xrjvtvoixevov

—Ethpaal

part, of isOL-tiZ,

Ex2J0unded, declared, translated into a foreign tongue.
lateral,

Quadri-

and

like all others of this class, of
aff.

Pael form.
i.

— Deriv.

piXyiJcZ, Interpretation, with

pleon. Acts

19.

Heb. 05*1)^,

part. pass. Ezr. iv. 7.

222

S.

MATTHEW

I.

23, 25.

II.

1—8.

Ver. 23.
"i

.cn_:^
° ^

.

^r>v, loith

tcs (is)

our God
S.

— Gr.
ii.

fieO 77/xcuv o ©eo?.

25.

>

H^A)
,

^tntil

— cws ov — Sec note,
xii.

John

7.


I

•fOQ.a first-horn — rovirponoTOKov— Noun masc. Hebr. — R. Was 28;
xi.

def.

PI. def.

("^dS,

23.

\'^'~),

Ai-ab.

first, early, rose early.

Heb. *)i55, Gen.

xlix. 3.

L\^,

she called

cKuXccre.

CHAPTER
1.

IT.

(jrO

II

-V>> the

Maji, Wise

Men

/xayot

—Noun

pi. def.

applied only to
is

the Eastern Magi.
f_K»,

The word

/xayos,

used of a sorcerer,

rendered

Acts

xiii. 6, 8.

^K»JrLD

^^, from
7

the

East

a7ro

avaToX^v

— Def.

of ._K>.J,iiD

noun
<fcc.

masc. The Eastern quarter.

R. .-kkJJ, Rose, as the sun, stars

—Aph.
2

.7

w>,kJ5|.
ciii.

Heb. rni;^, Ps.

12.

nn
•^

.

j^
7

Transl.

Where

is the

King of the
da-ripa-

Jeios, loho is
7 7 »

horn
p

?

rrr^nnn^ His
^

star

— avrov toV
A

— s^Z:QS:,
of stars,

7

def.

(oOOrD

(ver. 7,

9, 10), noun -« ..7

masc.

star, cluster

constellation.

PI. def.

p^IiDars, ch. xxiv. 29, &c.

Heb. iii^, Ps.
6.

viii.

4; Gen. xxxvii. 9.
ei.

w_»Aj001

]J, loast

not

Gr. ovSa/Aws
lit.


7

._»cnQ_»_L;_3,

shall ride,

shall feed

TroLixavet

— See

note, S.

John

xxi. 15.

—^r-*^)

Transl.

Then Herod privily

called the Mac/i,

and

learned

from them
8.

in what time the star appeared to them.
pi.

amQ^,

search

— i^eTaaare — Pael imperat.
-^

of

»nGS,

Trod, followed

7

in the footsteps.
investigated.
3.
pi.

Pa.
1.

-•^'^''^

(ver.

IG, below) Enquired carefully,
aff. S.

Pret.
1

sing.
i.

A^lQi», with
10
Fut.

Luke
3.

xxiii. 14.

arnAI,

S. Pet.

>nnM,

pi.

<nnn\j.

S.

MATTHEW
Part.
pi.

II.

8—16.

223
Acts
27
Ethpa.
\},

Ver,

8.

S.

Luke

xxii.

23

^^nnsk),

xvii.

part.

.'^nv AVn
xi. 33.

[i,u7isearchable,'Ei)h.ni.8.

—Pl.fem. —IHCLLAId

Pi.

Rom.

—Derived noun,
1

pDJDCLL, Question, investigation,

Cor. x. 25, 27.
xxvii. 36.

Heb, ipV, Sujyplanted, Gen.

DpV

iZeW

6ac^,

Job xxxvii.

4.


9.

AjI^j-Q-k*, diliyently
used)

aKpijiOts

—Adverb
where

derived from ^^-SLk* (not

see note, S.

Mark

xv. 11.

Pl»1

Vn V\v\j over
iii.

{the 2}lace)

— eVavw —See
ov

note, S.

John

31.

10.
11.

*^^^h exceeding

cr</)o8pa

^cn AID-jl-CD
of |V)
.

,

their

—So treasures —tous
(AV)
»„rt)

ver. 16, Gr. Xtav.
drja-avpov;

See note, S. John

i.

46.
aflT.

avTwv

PI. def.
fern,

with

m
AVn

(def,

ch, xiii. 44, &c.),

noun

properly,

A

de2)osit;

(

or..
' ^

— form .71
of
.

part. Peil

from isOOTD IxiCO, Deposited.
i.

— Constr.
vlo6i.(jia,

*^

m

,

the p>osition,

e.

adoption of sons, Gr.

Rom.

viii.

15, 23,

&c.—PI.

def. "j^ASlil^, ch. vi. 19, 20,

below.

— —
12

.0

7

(^01 J, gold

—xP^^o"—Noun masc.
xix.
ver." 35, &c.

def,

Heb. inr, Ps.

'll.— Chald.

^m^, Dan.

ii.

32.

Def.

^^ln^, —
T
-;

\LlO.Cll\, frankincense

— Xt)Sai/ov— Def. of pCLCl-^, noun
Isa.
Ix.
6.

fern.

Heb.

niU?, T
:

From n^, White;
I

the

purest

T T

frankincense being white, or pale yellow.
«-i|..kjZ(o, Transl.

And

it

was

revealed to them in a dream, that...

and by another way
13

they dejKirted to their country.
to seek,

001 r-iA^, For Herod intends
K, T. X.

will seek

— Gr,
part.

/xe'AXet

yap,

—See
vii.

note, S.

John

iii.

14.

16.

Kyj\^L\, he was mocked
(not used). Pa.
1

iveiraLxOr]

77
Cor.

o^V^, Deluded, derided.
vi, 7.

— Ethpaal — Ethpa.
pret.
3.
7 7
1*

pret. 3. sing, of

77-»

«>oV^

o^I^ALd,

36; Gal.

Z\!:n>jZ|, he icas

wroth

Was

angry.

— Ethpa.
ch.
xi.

lOvfjuuQ-q ^

— Ethpaal
iv.
2.

sing, of Ak2j.j,
xiii.

part.

ALq^jAIsD, S.

Luke

14.

— PL

^AklLAsi,

53; Acts

— —
224.
S.

MATTHEW

II.

IG— 22.

Ver. 16.

^^4^'

«^'^"^

Murdered,
Flit.

— Pad viassacred. — Pret. —
avttXc
3.
pi.

pret, 3. sing, of
3. pi.

'^l^,
ch,

Slew.
6,

Pa.

OA-^uD,

xxii.

&c
pi.

^\4^2J,
S.

^oIl^rL], Acts xxvii. 42

Imperat.

a\|aD,

Luke

xix. 27.
ii.

Chald. Pa. ^t2p, Dan.

14;

iii.

22.

rn

.

Kn n

%.J.j

the coasts thereof-

— rots

opt'ots avTiys

PI.

with

aff. fern,

of

^a>jZ, noun

masc.

A

limit,

boundary.

Def. ]1Jdq_k»Z, ch.

iv. 13.

—PL
set

def.

tjDoJ^Z,
to.

ch. XV. 22.

R.

:>CLK.i, Pa. :>ali2., Limited,

bounds
j

18.

]

'

•^*~^

tveeping

KXav^/Ao's

—Noun masc.

def.

— R. ]ilO, Wept.

Heb. ^^3, Gen. N.B.
This passage
is

xlv. 2; Jerem. xxxi, 15.

quoted (with altered construction) from the

LXX., who

accurately render the Hebrew, Jei\ xxxi. 15.
et

—But

the Vulgate has only 2^^oratus
Sinaitic

uhdatus midtus ; and the

and Yat. MSS. omit

6p^vo<i KaC.

]

,

'x\

^

moiLrning

oSv/j/aos

—Noun

masc.

def.

occurring here only.

R. p], Lamented.

n]

.

oA^nV
Pa.
pi.
(

,

to be

comforted

TrapaKK-qOrjvai
[j.r:)Z.|,

—-Ethpaal

inf.

of

(

i

*^.
3.

>

Oj
.

Consoled.

— Ethpa.
7

Received comfort.

n

(

o /j^
1

Acts XV. 31; and O-ifj-oZ.!,
iii.

ch. xxvii. 36.
1

— Pret. —
1.

pi.
pi. pi.

Alilf,

Thess.
S.

Put.

"[1^^,

Cor. xiv.
2 Cor.

31.— 3.
i.

^V»-^Aj,

Matt.
i.

V.

4.-2.

pi.

^oU^ZZ",

6.-1.
11
7

lliAj, Rom.
Part. pi. masc.
ch.
i.

12
. .(

Imperat.
7
-Ji

pi.

oIj-IdZ]" 2 Cor.

xiii.

I
>

'-^AVn

2 Cor.

vii.

13; coalescing with ,_JLk»,

4, 6.
»

20.

.OCTlX n A

V)

,

they are dead
§

— rtBin^Kaai — ^Ot!^,

pleonastic:

— see

Cowper's^Gr.
22.

198

(6).

]''^V^n "looi, loas king

— Gr.
And

fiaa-iXevei.
it

.... ,^|IjZ]o, Transl.

was revealed

to

him

in a

dream

that he

shoxdd go

to the

region of Galilee.

Compare

ver. 1 2, above.

S.

MATTHEW

III.

1—4.

22;

CHAPTER

III.

.On?
Vcr.
1.

|i

,V)W)

^

the

Bajitist

—6

^aTrrto-TTfs

—-Noun

masc.

def.

foraied

from ,V)VV>^ Aph.

part, of

,^v^ Was

loashed, baptized.

1

001 ];'^V>n^ and he preached
imperf, tense) of
S.

— Gr.

Kr]pvacro)v

— Aphel.
1.

pai't.

(forming

]^,

Proclaimed.
iii.

Aph.

y,Zi\, in the Title to

John's Gospel; Acts

18, &c.

— Pret.
xvi.

sing. Zl;Jo"j,
pi.

Acts

XX. 25,

&c.— 3.
Fut.

pi.

0}lzi]\ S.

Mark

20.— 1.
1.

Oj^]', 2 Cor.

XL 4
38,

1^,
iv.

S.

Matt.
iii.

xii. 18,

&c.

sing. }-^o], S.
x.

Mark

i.

3. pi.

^Ol^nJ, ch.

14.

1. pi.

l^^U, Acts
7,

42
S.
pi.

Imperat.

}Id(, 2 Tim.

2.— PI.
S.

0]lo]\ S. Matt. x.

27:

Mark

xvi.

15.^Inf. Oli!nki\,
S.

Matt.

iv.

17,
7

&c

Part.

^^]i^,
Deri v.

Mark
7

vii.

36:

—coalescing with
def.

^-J-»o,

Rom.

x. 8, etc.

.PO
{

i^.nV)

noun masc.

A

I'^t'^ncher,

Rom.

x. 14.
v. 29.

Chald. Aph. pret.
2.

3. pi.

iinpH, Dan.
pi.

dOoZ,
&c

repent ye

/Aeravoetre

— Imperat.
pi.

of *C:>oL,

*^L, Returned,
ch. xi. 20, 21,
ii.

loas converted,

was

j^^nitent.

Pret. 3. pi.

d^L,
Mark

Fut. »1DoAj, Acts xvii.

30:— Fem. s^oLL, Rev.
^orijoZu, S.
vi.

21.
pi.

2. sing.

^oZZ,
S.

ver.

5.-3.
3,

12.-2.
viii.

^Q.^oZZ,

Luke

xiii.

5

Imperat. s^oL, Acts

22

Part. »r:i]X S.

Luke

xv. 7, 10, *fcc.— PI. ^ju^i^Z", ch. xvi. 30.

Heb. "y^^,
3.
-

Ps. xxii.

28.— Chald. ^IH, Dan.
(_ik

iv.

31. 33.

tmnX

.

«-^

«

\
of

JJis paths

of the object)
.

— ras
]'
>

Tpt/3ous avrov
iii.

— PI.
Gr.
iiL

with

aff.

VV.^«
Pa'.

,

def. ]1

'^

«

(Gal. vi. 16; Phil. PI. def.

IG.

Kavwv),

noun masc.

A

way,

rule.

'^ »j S.

Luke

4.— R. VV*^*,
Heb.
1.

VV*^* (Cogn.

^"\£ll), Conducted.

S^nt^', Ps. Ixxvii. 20.
T

4

^5
w.
c.

,

001,

Transl.

No70

he,

John

(the

satnr

John)

hit<

... raiment
29

vxis, «tc.

226

S.

MATTHEW

III. 4, 5.

Ver.

4.

)JV).i>, of camels
ch. xix. 24, &c.

— Gr.

KaixrjXov

PI. def. of ^^iQ-i,

clef,

jl^.i,

Heb.

7/!2il,

Gen. xxiv. 10, &c.

T T

I

^jo iSD

, I

a

girdle of the loins

— Gr.
Def.

t,o)vr]v

— jTD

,
(

noun masc.

A cincture,

anything that confines.
o Secr/Ao?, S.

|i.IC(,

the string of his tongue, Gr.

Mark

vii. 35.

E.. ;J2D

, |

Bound.

For

l^jvj, see note, S.

John

xiii. 4.

(ha^J, of skin,

leathern

—Gr.

SepfxaTcv-qv

—Noun

inasc. def.

The

skin,

as being stretched over the body.

PI. def. (n

V), Hebr.

xi. 37.

— R. " ^^, Heb. Extended. — l^klO, — —
locusts
(XKjOtSes

PI. def. of

JiQ.O, def.

LV)0, A

locust.

R. (according to some) Heb, T^Dp, Gathered in haudfuls,

collected.

But probably
^.•.O), honey

of Persian origin.

/xeXt

— Def. of

-

»

*"^^^

noun masc.

Heb.

2J^'n"l,

Ps. xix. 11.

.07 Ir^?) of the desert

— Gr.

aypiov

— Def.

7

of

i^, noun masc. The
xi. 39.

outside,
desert,

with

aff.

pleon. ch. xxiii. 25; S.

Luke

— Def Afield,
i.

uncidtivated ground.
\'i-\A

—Used
^,
as

also (1) as a preposition, Outside, as
e.

r^?, those (wJio dwelt) outside houses,

lunatics, S. Matt.

iv.

24.

(2)

with

pref.

an adverb,
vi.

j*^ \, Out, to the outside,

ch. xiii. 48; xxvi. 75; S.

John

37.

Out, on the outside, S.

Matt. xxvi. G9;

S.

Lvike

xi. 40.
v.

^
7 5

(3)

As

a compound preposition,
xxi.

^X,

Except, S. Matt.
7
.

32

:

OiU

of, ch.

17.— (4) As

a

f

compound adverb,
Heb.
*)3,

;*^ \

„Vd, Outwardly,
4.

ch. xxiii. 27, 28. the field.
ii.

once,

Job xxxix.

They grow up in
Dan.
"'

Auth. Vers,
18, 22, 29.
7

ivith corn.

— Chald.

^^i, def 5<13,

38;

iv.

5.

«_t9,_Kj9, that (is)

round about

— Gr.
S.

77

Trept^wpos

— ^^9,-^,

7 P

adv. of the
affixes,

form of a noun masc.
7
_

pi,

constr.

Around, near.
...

With

•_i(JI09pKt,

around Him,

Mark

iii.

32:

Ti"

CTLtii-Kj, fera.

around

S.

MATTHEW
Luke

III.

5—11.

227

Ver.

5.

it, sc.

the

fire, S.

xxii. 55:

—uir-^, around us,

S.

Mark vi.
Job

36;

S.

Luke

ix. 12.

—R,
:

y^Kt, Surrounded.
^^^^

Compare Hob. |Dn"^,1*in)
ix. 9.

chambers of

the South,
xlviii. 3.

Also

jiS^f T
I

Ti^y, •
;-

the sides

of the North, Ps.

>OTJ _J55Q.j.£i, in the river Jordan
Vat.
7.

kv T<p 'lopSdvrj Trorafxw, Sin.

and

MSS.
vi^jers

Pr^l?, of

— ^x'-h^^—
Tlie

^^- ^^f. of Ppl^l

(Acts xxviii.
it

3,

5)

noun

com. gender.

words in construction with

in the verses

cited are feminine.
8.

|Z.Q.^-iA_^,
fern.

for repentance

—Gr.

ttJs /Aeravoias

A

returning, penitence, conversion

— Def. — R.
fx-rj

of ClCuZ.,

noun

%iI^0L

*^L, Returned.
Future

9

|Jo, a')id think not

and

{nor) say

— Gr. koI
def.

Bo^rjre \iytiv.

used for imperative.

.00
10.

kifJ; the axe
iii.

77

dt'tvy]

—Noun masc.

occurring here and

S.

Luke

9,

only.

•,Ci\, the root

rrjv
ii.

pi^av
7.

— Noun masc.
iv.

def.

PI. __i"^£lL, def. 1v^-^,

with

aff.

Col.

— R. i^^. Booted up.
12, 20.

Chald. 'Ip);, Dan.

|1

\ t|?,

of

the trees

— nZv

SeVSpwv

PJ. def. of

]

^

\

-]

(in this verse)

noun masc.

PI. _juJl2L»"|, S.

Jude

ver. 12.
ch. xii. 6,

Heb. jipX) Gen. xxxv. 8: and fOi^,

An

oak.

«nm<^i\l0,
off.

is

hewn down

—iKKOTmrai — Ethpeel
(Acts xxvii. 20),
4.

part, of

.nmc^ Cut

— Ethpe.
3. pi.

»nm<^Z|

Was

cut off or down.

Pret.
11.

fem. ^J^om^iZ]'', Rev. xx.

I

CO

K>

(followed

by

,-Id),

poioerfid,
I..
^i T
»

m
i.

T7

violent.

— Def.
_

mightier X 7 .0


1

tcrxvpoTcpos
xii.

p

>

m
7

...

ch.

29, &c.

Kj,

coalescing with ^J-k»,

Cor. x. 22.

— Adj. — — Def.

Strong,

PI.

masc.

.«.. P-»_CD_k»,

T7

2 Cor.
of

10.— PI.
,

fem.

1

Vrnl.

ch. x.

10.— Of form

part. Peil

m

7

»>

Was

jjowerful.
9.

Heb. ppn, Ps. Ixxxix.

228

S.

MATTHEW
to

III.

11—14.

Ver. 11.

all.QjtLCLl,
carried.

hear
j


,

(Saa-TacraL

— Aphel
def.

inf.

of

\^n

m, Bore,

Apli.

^\n^
ttt!)ov

Bore axvay.
Occurring only here and

12.

(

» g^\
S.

the

fan —to
iii.

—Noun masc.
hand

Luke

17.

Transl.

He

(it is)

in Whose

(is) the fan.

»

7.

T

Pr^j He

will

2Jurge — SiaKaOapul— Pael
xi. 55.

part,

used for future.

See

note, S.

John

t^aiO))!, His floors
^55],
iii.

— Gr.
A

rrjv

aXwi/a avTov

PI.

with

aff.

of 55
S.

j,

def.

noun masc.

threshing-floor.

Occurs Only here and

Luke

17.

Chald. -nj^, Dan.

ii.

35.

«_»O10>

1

0|J
5

,

into
def.

His garners
|5»o|,

—Gr.

cts

rrjv

aTroOiJKrjv

PI.

with

aff.

of

of,

noun masc.

A

treasure-house, store-house,

)»o(, cb.

vi. 26.

Heb.

'^^^^5<,

Deut. xxviii. 12.
a)(ypov

K ^'^^, Stored
- T

tip.

T

P-OZ., the chaff
S.

—to
17.

—Noun masc.
25.

def.

Occurs only here and

Luke

iii.

Heb. V2T\, straw, Gen. xxiv.

j^Qlb, burning HI
of
fire.
iii.

—He
3.

tvill

hum

%ip

Ka.raKo.vaei

—Aphel

part, (for fut.)

f^ 'j

Burned.
pi.

Aph.

"1'' ,£30 (ch. xxii. 7), Caused to
(

hum,

set

on

Pret.

Oj-Do"j,

Acts xix. 19

Fut. yjOQJ, S.

Luke

17._Part.
(is)

fern.

j,_OQlD, S.

James

iii.

5. daftia-Tto

H^?

H?> that
of yiikj,

—unquenchable— n.nS5, Was extinguished. — Pret.
not quenched
3. pi.

— Part.

fern.

ch. xxv. 8.__Part.

Heb.
14.

^T^r], Prov. xiii. 9.

]ocJl |llD,

forbade

— StcKwXvcv— Part,
xvi.
G.

(forming

iraperf.

tense) of |1d
3. sing,

(Acts xxvi. 43), Hindered, detained, restrained.
fern.

—Pret.
17.

'dSo, Acts

3.

pi.

oSs, cL

xiv.

2.

pi.

:

S.

MATTHEW
xi.

III.

14—17.

229

Ver.

U.

^Aj^D,
ix.

S.

Luke
ix.

52.— 1.
Fut.

pi.

^»'^^, with
2. sing.

aff.

S.

Mark
vi. 2.

38; S.
aff.

Luke
S.

49
v.

UnJ,

U^Z,

S.
xi.

Luke
17.

29,
pi.

with

Matt.

42.

1. "sing.

U^f, Acts'
pi.


1

^oXidZ,
ii.

S.

Matt. xix. 14, ic
iv. 3.
.

Part.

masc.

_j.AD,

Thess.

16;

1

Tim.
-

Ethpeel

LjS\^ I^,
Deriv.

^"^Mj Rom. i. 13.

^"** restrained, prevented.

Pret,

1.

sing.

—jJlD, noun masc. An
]Ajl^O, noun fem.

obstacle,

Acts

xxviii. 31.
viii.

def.

the same, Acts

36.

Derived

from the Peal
T T

part.
xl. 10, 12.

Heb. sSjD, Ps.

,V>v/

(

....

5

,

that

I

should be
sing,

to be

— baptized— Gr.
baptized.
3.

ftaTrTicrdrjval

Ethpeel
(S.
vii.

fut.
i.

1.

of ,V?S,

Was
Pret.

— Ethpe.
is

.^v^")

Mark
30.

9),

same meaning.

pi.

0,klliZ(, S.

Luke

15.

j|j, it becometh

TrpeVov iaTLv

—Part,

of j|j,

vhich

used only in

this form,
PI. fem.

Was

seemly, proper.

Eollowed by

A

of the dative.

—lj(j,

beautifid, of the feet,
def.

Rom,

x. 15.
1

Deriv. |Zq_»]_»,

noun fem.
once
x.

Beauty, glory,

S. Pet.
3.

i.

24.
(in

Heb.
T ATT
I

nX*)

impersonally,
7.

pret.

fem.

pause)

nJlX^ T7, Jerem.


16.

jZojp,

righteousness

^iKatocrvv-qv

—Def.
>

of

Qjp

(Rom.

iv. 5, 9, itc),

noun fem.

Justice, rectitude, equity; justification,

Rom.

v.

16.

Derived from

—jP,

just.
]

ovjAsdZ], was opened (singular,
av€(oxOr](Tav

^•
12

being without Ribui)
of *>jA£3, Opened.

— Gr.

— Ethpeel
Luke
xi.

pret.

3.

sing,

—Ethpe.

pret.
vii.

3.

pi.

a>j^Z"|" Rev.
9:

xx.

Fut. o^XejAj, S. Matt.
i.

7; S.

—Fem.

ukjAsZZ, Rom.

10,__Imperat.
this to Ethpa.).

osjA^Z],

S.

Matt.

vii.

34 (Castel and others refer
vii.

Part. oo2\£5Ak3, S. Matt.
17. f*^
I

8;

S.

Luke

xi. 10.

*~)>^,

the

beloved

o

aymrr}r6<;

— Def

of vCi-».m.K», adj.

Loved,

230

S.

MATTHEW,
def.
xi.

III.

17.

IV.

1,

2.

Ver.

17.

beloved.
X

— Fern.
?

"jAjQ-iJlljo,

Rev.

xx.

9.

PI.
1.

masc.

J^^L,
form
]iart.

Pvom.

28.— Def. ]A"*^'>,
y

Phil.

iv.

— Of
of

Peil of «^iOja,

'*~^ »',

Loved dearly.

^

*

"^

(j

V

>

^ ""* ^^^^

pleased —

£i;8oKr;o-a

— Ethpeel
t ii.

pret.

1.

sing,
1

^0»
X.

,

Wished, desired.
3.

Ethpe.

-

»

*^ ^

L ^^^ weU pleased,

Cor.

5.— Pret.
and

pi.

a-i_Cl^.f, 2 Thess.

12.— The
is,

pret.

here

represents the Gr. aorist, the force of which
counsel
plished.
j^urpose,

In Whom

My

from

eternity

and for

all eternity, is

accom-

CHAPTER
1.

IV.

^n^jZ,], loas

led ttp

avrjxOr]

— Ethpeel — Fern.
Part,

pret.

3.

sing, of ;.^>, Led.


pi.

Ethpe,
10;
S.

Was

conducted, conducted A«nse{/!__Fut. {.^jAj, ch. xxiv.
xvii. 3-4, 36:
^^^jZ./., ver.
S.

Luke
1 S.

35.

— Imperat.

0'r^]L]]

Pet.

i.

17

jii?/^,

Luke

viii,

29.— Fern.

1^D5Ak5,

S.

Matt. xxiv. 41.

|nuAj5,
3.

that

He

might he

{to he)

tempted

irnpacrOrjvat

— Ethpaal
.

fut.

sing, of ]<y

V
ii.

Pa.

wa-TOJ, Tempted.
2.

Ethpa.

>

m iZ]
10

,

Was
Part.

tempted, Hebr.

18.— Fut.
13.

pi.

^CniZZ" Rev.

ii.

IlIljAk), S.
2.

Marki.

1>0»0,

and

lie fasted

— Gr.
pi.

koX vr/orewas

—Pret.
xiii.

3. sing,

of

iO0»

i*Of
3.

,

Fasted.

Pret.
S.

3.

Q^v
&c
PI.

Acts
Inf.

3

Fut. i>O0^,

pi.

^Vn n^jj
iO^f
*
,

Matt.

ix. 15,

laO.V^N, same verse
,

Part.

ch. vi. 17, 18, (tc.
7 ^

-^ 'T

ch. vi. 16, ic.

:

— coalescing

with

'^',

ch. ix. 14.

Heb.

D!l^f ,

Judg. xx. 26.
va-Tcpov

A_i;_Kj|,

afterward

— Constr.
ch.

of

«_j;..Kt(,

def.

|..t;..Ki|,

The

last;
4.

used as an adverb.
See note,
S.

So
39.

xxvL 60;

S.

Mark

iv.

28; xvi.

John

vi.

.

;

S.

MATTHEW

IV. 3—17.

231

Ver.

3.

(m
S.

i

Vi>

OCJI, he that tempts, the
vi. 6.

Tempter

6 Trcipa^wv

— See note,

John

Transl.
4.

And

the

Tempter ajrproached and said unto Him.
not
xix. 26.

(001 p, Lit.

5.

[SIID,

the

of >g^1

— Gr. ovk—So Acts Bp. Middleton, Gr. Art.) — Def. pinnacle — n, noun A wing; — the extremity of anything, hem of
it is

to TrrepvyLov (see

fern.

a garment, eh. xiv. 36;
or hay, Acts xxvii. 39.

S.

Mai'k

vi.

56; S.

Luke

viii.

44

:

Creek

Heb. &i5> Wing, Ps.
XV. 21
G.

xvii.
ix. 27.

8:

Skirt of a mantle,

1

Sam,

—Battleme)Lt,
dash

Dan

\^JdLl

jJj, lest Thoxij

/AT/Vore TrpocrK6il/rj<;

— Fut.

2. sing,

of

^^^Z,

Suspended weights,

loeighed.
xxiii.

Heb.

^^^,

Gen.

16.— Chald. hpP\, Dan.
this

v. 25, 27.

But throughout the N.T.
Ethpe.

verb signifies Struck against

Was

offended, stumbled.
letters)

Cogn. (by change and metathesis of
xxvii. 2.
7

Heb.

7^^,

Ps.

»

15.

•-.CTIOf^iili,

beyond (pron.
i.e.

jjleon.)

— Gr.
28.

-rrepav

Lit. the crossing over

of Jordan,
xii.

the region beyond, reached on crossing.

So

ch.

42.
,

— See

note, S.

John

i.

1 6.

(1X4^

in the shadows

— Gr.
S.

(jklo.

PI. def. of |1^-^

,

noun masc.
Pa.

def.

Shade.

With

aff.

Mark

iv.

32.

P.

^,

^,
8.

Over-

shadowed.

Heb. S?^, Song of

Sol.

ii.

17:— and

'^i^,

Ps. xvii.

7

»>~»J?, is

sprung up

sun, moon, light, light of the Gospel,

— aveVetAci/— Verb Peal Arose, of the — of Christ, Hebr. 14
pret. 3. sing.
vii.

Put.
i.

11.

6; 2 ^^, 2 Cor. — Fem. (used of a cloud)
iv. 4,

S. Pot.

i.

19

Part.
xii.

v>^j,
54.
1

S.

James

|>>>JJ, S.

Luke

Heb. rni, Gen. xxxii. 32:
into
17.
.

— the Syr. changing

into

>,

and

*)

^piOl

^'!iD,/rom then, from that time —a-jro Tore.

232

!•

S.

MATTHEW
aXtcis

IV. 18-24.
f V

r

Ver. 18.

y^*,

fishers

.coy
|j-»») iioun

PI.

def.

of yj», def.

masc.

A

hunter, fisherman.

— R.

50*

>

,

Ensnared.

Heb,
T
y 7

*T*^, T-

^

hunter, Jer. xvi. 16.

21.

1

1

oZ\Ld?, Diending
part.
,

— KaTaprt^ovras— Pref.
j)l.
.
.

5

marking the

part, as

such.— Pael
•»•

of ^-OL, Stood ' firm,

was made firm.
perfect.
S,

Pa.

y.

^JDZ., Ordained, appointed, repaired,

made

Pret.

2. sing.

Li-OL,

ch. xxi.
pi.

16

Imperat.
o
..

pi.

aiiDl,
ix.
y

Mark

xiv.

15
y y.
..>'«

y

Part. pass.

fern.

__1_dALd, Hebr.
Pret.
3. pi.

5

Ethpaal _oZ.Z,|,
3,

y. ..T>

Was framed,
• P.
•>.

set

in order.

QJLDZ.Z.J, Hebr, xi.

y,
1

Deriv.

(Z.0

OL, noun

fern. def. Rectitude,

Acts xxvi. 25,

Heb.
23.

Pi. \T^T\, Set in order, Eccles. vii. 13.
TrepLrjyev
irp,

JOOI j^^IDALd, ireM^ o&oui
~
y

— Ethpeel

part, (ft)rming imperf.
•71

..T>

tense) of

^rO, Rolled

wrapped.

Ethpe. y\.Z^L\, ^Yent round,
1.

surrounded. Acts xviiL 23, &c.

— Pret.
Ac

sing.

A2;^Z.(, ch. xx.

25.-3.

pi.

OdI'^IX,

ch. xiv. 23,

Fut. j^jID^J, Acts xix. 21.
Part. fern.

—.1, sing, j^j^Zl"
xii,

Rom.

xv. 19

]^ihL^,
S.

S.

Matt.
15
:

43;

S,

Luke
.y

xi,

24.—PI.
fern,

masc. ^.u-DjijAk),

Matt,

xxiii.

S.

Luke

ix, 6,
7>

&c.— PI.

^O'pAk),

1

Tim.

v, 13.

Aphel v»^|, Led about, round.

y . , Infin. O.Ci','^Sr\^, 1 Cor. ix. 5.


24.

(

-

;*^m^

the

Gospel— to

(.vayyiXiov

ment, preaching, message.

—Noun —R. ;.dCD,
y

fern, def.

Lit.

An announcePa, An-

Thought, hoped.

nounced.
CTLCi^, //is

fame

ruviottr, report.

— 26) noun masc, — — R, »ilO,^, Heb. ^^1? Spread a rumour, slander.
17

cIkot}

avroii

(Ci

(^

(ch.

ix.

yl

r

Whence,
Heb. ,151, Calumng, Ps. xxxi.
T

14.

Transl,

And His fame
-

loas heard, &c,
X
>

T X -ClL .J,-JU

»

'

X '^

-

»

*^^

rcry grievously afflicted
l)y

— Gr.

tovs

K-aKojs

«X'5i'ras

— Intensity
John
iii.

expressed
ii.

repetition

of

the noun.

See

notes, S.

19;

5.

S.

MATTHEW.

IV. 24.

233

Ver.

2-i.

|<yi\ ^v
def.

*^,

divers, various

TrotKt'Aais

— Shaphel
ver.
7
. .-n

part. pass. pi.

of

fcSi-^jsj

(not used).
i.

Pa. v2i_Lk», Changed.

Pret.

3.

pi.

(l^lS.L, Rom.

23, 25; fern.
iii.

JL^xSs^L,
,7

2G

Put.

v^jLj,
Put.
pi.

Acts

vi.

14; Phil.

21

Etlipaal c2lA>jZ.|,
pi.

Was

changed.
i.

vSiSLAj, Acts
,7
7
Ti

ii.

20.— 3.
52

^O^XLAj,
.
1%

Hebr.
7

12.— 1
'

^g^\.>Ai^
3.
pi.

1
.
•?>

Cor. XV. 51,
7

Sliapb. .g^NKK-», Changed.
.
TV

Pret.
_

7
..^

a.2lAj^»-»,
iv.

Acts xxviii. 6
20.

Put. .<^\

»
i.

ij

1.

siug.

^SlLk^^I^, Gal.

3.

pi.

AaX>a-«_3,

ch.

7

Part.

t'^NKK.tt.lO, Gal.

iii.

15

Part. pass. >g^\».t.

•^^

used as a

noun.
Deriv.
(

.P

...

PI. fern.
>

def. (Ag^

\

7

..^

» ^n Rom.

xii. 6.
vii. 17,

c^

\

.n

»

noun masc.

def.
1

A

change, Hebi".
x.
3.-

&c.

Hep. tl/Hj Passed on,
garments, Gen.
13, 20, 29.
xli.

Sam.

— Pi.

&>>n, Changed
iv.

14.__Chald. tl/Hj Passed, of time. Dan.


-T

'

^^

afflicted

— Gr.

o-uie;i(o/x£'i'ovs

— Part.

Peil. pi. of

^-^, Urged,

oppressed.

See note,

ch. xiv. 22, below.

fn

.

1

»Ao^
7

toi^/i

torments

^acraVois

PI. def. of
def.

(O

i

1

oZ. (ch.

xxv.

4G; S.

Luke

xvi. 28),

noun masc.

Torture, punishrneiit.

R.

vQ.JL_», Tormentfid.

(rtil

t-^?) those ichich were lunatic
ch.
iii.

— Gr.
'^i

creXT/na^o/Ati/ous

— See — R.

note,

4,

above.
"ir-il"^

IV-iif»

P^-

^^^- of

('^"

^^'^^^

^''

^-

Luke

V. 19),

noun masc.

xi

7*00/*,

dwelling.

\i^

;JD,

« lunatic,

S.

Matt. xvii. 15.

f-ijh-J,

Extended, as a ^/Zai
the East.

surfixce,

such being the construction of roofs in

(Bernstein.)

.07 7..
(

'J

»

^(^

,

those that
(;_».

had

the

palsg

TrapaXvTiKov<;

— Pael
S.

part. pass.
viii. 9.

[)1.

def of
Transl.

Pa. >^i-», Loosened.

See note,

John

Aoid they brought zmto Ilini all who were very grievouslg
with divers diseases, and those loho tcere afflicted with

afflicted

torments,

and

the demoniacs,

and

the lunatics,

and

the jmlsied

(or paralytics).

W.

C.

SO

234

S.

'MATTHEW

IV. 25.

V. 1-5.

Ver. 25.

\]

-

.t

^,

Tliis is the

reading of the Par. and Lond. Polyglotts:
others read
(

the Vienna and

many

V

.

.

m

^

pi. def.

of

.

t

t»~CP.

See note,

S.

John
^

xvi. 12.

(Ai .^Vn /
solute.

mV

the ten cities

— AeKaVoXts — Numeral
§ 23.

constr. for ab-

See Phillips, Gr.

CHAPTER
I

V.

\\.K»

fD, Transl. Jjut token Jesus
S.

saw

the multitudes, &c.

X
3.

..

7

-x

^aT_».^Q-4, see note,
|1.»_C)|,
thei/

John xx.
ol

29.

4.

that

mourn —
Used

Trev^owres

— Part.

Peil

pi.

def. of
S.

^^^1,

Mourned.
xvi. 10.

as a noun,

The mourners.

See note,

Mark

^-"..17
T).

p *.^V),
adj.

the

meek

ol

Trpaeh

Humble,
iii.

gentle.

— Def

—.PI7
1

PI. def. of
S.

y "^^
»

17

(ch. xi.
9.

29; xxi.

[Hj^Ld,

James

i.

— Fern.
.c,

5), .0X7

(Ti^-IiSD,

ch.

17.— Def ]/^ninV),
xii. 16,

Cor.

iv.

21, <fec.— PI. ^in'i'nV),

Rom.

&c.

From

this adj. is derived the

noun fem.
7

nn

«>

17
.

-x

17
.

^Vi^ def (/rin
. fX

nVn^
I
7

Hu7nility, meekness, gentleness, Acts xx. 1 9, &c. Constr. Z.0,1

1

lV),

Eph.

iv. 2,

&c.

—R.

»^li!sD k,*!^.

Was

depressed.

^Z5p,
i.

iheij 4),

shall inherit

Kk-qpovofxriaova-L

—Fut.

3. pi.

of

Z^j (Hebr.

Obtained by inheritance

Fut. L)\l,
xviii. S.

S.

Matt. xix. 29.
1 S.

1.
iii.

sing. Z>1, S.

Luke
pi.

x.

25;

18.— 2. pL ^Z3]Z,
Inf.
-J.

Pet.

9

Imperat.

oZ^,
Z-71 j«»,

Matt. xxv. 34
verse.
<fec.

Z5]kl\,
used as a
1

same

— Def

jZ}-*,

noun. The

lieir,

S.

Matt. xxi. 38,
V-»,

Pi. masc.

_iZ;^,

Cor.

the heirs,

Rom.

iv. 14, «&c.

PI. fem. ^V-*)

1 S.

Pet.

iii.

7.

Heb.
Gen. XV.

2J'"1*.

Took possession

of,

1

Kings

xxi.

IG.

Inlberited,

3, 4.

S.

MATTHEW

V.

6—11.

235

Ver.

6.

I

1

'^1, hungering

—do hunger—
See note,
*^k)5, S.
(1

ot Trecj/wj/Tes

PI. of

^2iD

(ch.

XXV. 37), participial noun used instead of the regular part. (—Sxzi)
of
ch.

-.^D, Was
i.

hungry/.

S.

John
xi.

vi. 35.

Compare

--^^:0,

18, above,

and
def.

John
S.

12
i.

Def. \l21D, S. Matt.

XXV. 44.
7

PI.

<^1,

Luke

53.

PI.

coalescing with

-.J-jo, 1 Cor. iv. 11.
.

»

7
_

7.

(1 V)k>',:1q,

the merciful


.

^

D

7

ot eA.€r/yu,ove?-^Pl. def.

of

V> ^>An

(S.

James

V, 11),
vi.

noun masc. One

that has piti/.—Def. |j.LQ-k»j1d, S.
iv.

Luke
Pael
Fut.

36,

&c.— PI.
•«

^

Un..!vn Eph.
-K

32.— Formed from
ii.

7

part,

of l>Qjo), Loved.

Pa. iiCUjJ, Pitied, Phil.
K
7

27
ver.

"7
1>Q>^;J,

Rom.

^

xi.

32

Tmperat.
ix. 15, 18.

pi.

qLQjj?,

S.

Jude

23.^
Com-

Part. i^Qjo^Lo,

Rom.

Heb.
passionate,

Pi.

Drn, —

Ps.

ciii.

13; cxvi.

5:— and

^Jj^rTI, ,—
.

^

Lam.

iv. 10.

(1q>j), mercies.

PI. def. of i>CUj5,

def PiQ>j5, noun masc. The inner
X
7

jKirts, specially the

Gr.

TO. a-7rXdy)(ya,

— j^^Lkj? (Hebr. Bowels — Viscera — as the seat of the emotions or
womb.
PI.
x. 28),

affections
ii.

— hence, the
xliii.

affections themselves. Love, pity ; favour,
xxii.

Acts

47.

Heb. C3m, Ps.
30; Ps.xxv.

11.— QHI, Gen.

xlix.
ii.

25.— Q^j^n^, Gen.
18.

6.— Chald. PiDPn, Dan.
shall he inercies.

Transl.
^
c

For upon them
..7

^

9.

p^_i.^ i^,*^S,
notes, S.

the

makers of peace, peace-makers
ii.

ot

uprjvoTroLOL

— See

John

5; xiv. 27.

10.

C12j5Z]>, ivhich are ptersecuted
*.£355,

ot ScStwy/xeVot

— Ethpeel

pret. 3. pi. of

Persecuted.
3. pi.

— Ethpe.
71

kSjjZ.!,
vi.

Was

j)ersecuted, driven. ^^Wut.

^}5Aj,
PI. masc.

^aS55Z\j, Gal.
7

12

Part.

^j5Ak3,

ch. v.
7

11.—
2 Cor.

1

_j_2)j5ASd, 2 Tim.

iii.

12; coalescing with

,-JL>v»,

11.

179.— —>,m
iv.

PI. fem.

^pAk),

driven, of clouds, 2 S. Pet.

ii.

17.
7

K>iiO, reviling, shall revile

oi/eiSt'o-wcrtv
•«

— Pael
7

part. pi. of jLCI^j,
'

Derided, also Pitied (Castel.)— Pa. ,m..>^
»

(S.
7

Mark

xvi. 14), hi,i.
.">

suited,

reproached, irphrntdc<l.

Part. ,-CQjsjiiD, S. .Jjiinos

23G

S.

MATTHEW

V. 11—13.

Vcr. 11.

Ethpaal ^rn .J]^ Was insulted.
iv.

Part.
1

pi. iv.

^,£tl^t^,
10.
PI.

1

S.

Pet.

14:

— coalescing with W^
^^^n^ noun niasc.

Tim.

Deriv.
XV.

(i, rr>
3.

An

uphraider.

with

aff.

Rom.

Ileb. Pi.

IDHj

^^'^^ io

shame, Pro v. xxv. 10.


12.

(/

n\ ..^Oj
fern.

in falsehood, falselij
lie.

— Gr.

i/'cdSc/acvoi

— Def. of O N
pi.
..7

.

o noim
,

A

— R.

^-ti?, Pa. ^-ii?> Deceived, lied.

Olo5, be exceeding

glad— ay aXXiacrOe
Pret,
1

— Imperat.
Pet. iv.
13.
ii.

of ^OJ (S.
7
ii.

Luke
26

X. 21), Rejoiced, exulted.

3. sing.

fem. L\0^, Acts

Put. loj,
xix.
ii.

2.

pi.

rO\OhC

S.

7

Part. lo5. Acts xvi. 34; Phil.
Pet.
i.

17.

— —
1.

pi.

loj, Rev.

Pi.

^lo5, Acts

4G; IS.

8.

Transl.

Then

rejoice ye

and
is

he exceeding glad.

t_i_i^-£D,
-

has increased,
rn^
rr>

great

— Gr.
i.

ttoXus

— Verb Peal pret.
great.
3. pi.

1-iv-CO or

'

..

Abounded, midtiplied, became

Pret.

3. sing.

fem.
vi.

A

.

..

Rom.

v.

20;

1

Tim.
i.

14.

n

»

.i

<"",

Acts

1,

&c

Put. "l-^mj, Phil.
iv.

9, *fec.:— Fem.

1-^1-^-" Eoi»- v. 20;
Part. \-\*-^, Acts
^^- ^^''

2 Cor.
vi.

15.— 3.
i.

pi.

^a^^£CU,

Phil. iv. 17

7; 2 Thess.

3.— Fem.
5.

U^-^jT^' ^^^^

^^^-

^0.— PL

fem. _ji_^(t_CD, Acts xvi.

Heb.
31;
13.
vi.

njb TT

(cogn. XJlb), Ps. xcii.
TT
iv.

13.— Chald.

J^Jlb', T;

Dan.

iii.

26; Ezr.

22.

(TLk>..^V>,

the salt (aff.

plcon.)
Salt.

to a'Aas

.-kkASd, def
Salted.

(

^^

\V)

(in

this verse)

noun fem.

— R. ».>.\Vn

Heb. plSa, Gen.
vii. 22.

xix.

26.— Chald. rhp,

Ezr.

iv.

14;

vi.

9;


OCTTj] (and ver. 23), if

— idv— Conjunction, followed by r

f
,

Sometimes
vii. 3.

written separately 0(71

S.

John

viii.

36

;

S.

Mark

wjCrmaZ., have
ai'aXoi'

lost

its

savour —

fnapavOrj,

so also S.
3.

Luke
7

xiv.

34,

yivrjTai,

S.

Mark

ix.

50._>_Fut.

fern,

of aiCi2,

Has

S.

MATTHEW

V. 13—15,

237
wanting in the parallel

Ver. 13.

insipid, became tasteless.

—The

final

^j

is

passages quoted. Deriv. (Z.0J1
»

1'^, noun

fern. def. Folly,

Gr.

a<j>po(Tvvr],

2 Cor.

xi.

17.

A ."jm

.

nc^^ adv. FoolisJdy, 2 Cor.

xi. 1.

— —

(1

V>o^

ivherewith?


it

Iv tlvl;

t^^-K^.

\V)ZZ.) shall

be

— See note, salted?—
Fern, without

S.

John

i.

21.
fut. 3. fern, of

aA.icr^?7o-erai;

—Ethpeel

o^\V),
S.

Seasoned.
iii.

Part. Peil pi.
,

def.

^K>«jLA!iD,

salt

waters,

James

12

Ethpe. oa.Ak)Z1

Was salted.

Fut.

o.>ALdAj,
S.

S.

Mark

ix.

49:

«_»

final, ver. 49,

50;

Luke
Acts

xiv. 34.

Deriv.

]-k»

NV), noun masc.

def.

A

sailor.

PI.

def.

(

:;

\V^

xxvii. 27, 30.

Heb. rhJD, Lev.

ii.

13.

—H/^,

A

sailor,

Jon.

i.

5.

Chald.

nSp,

Ezr. iv! 14.
it is

\}}\

P

!>0j1q_^,
i(T)(ye.L

good /or nothing,
S.

lit. it

goes for nothing

— Gr.

£15

ovhlv

—Compare
o i?ZZ)
it

Luke

xiv. 35.
{to be)

..a

i

'jLL (for

«

i

should be

trodden

— Kara-n-aTuaOaL—
Ethpe. ,-m^jLL],
Part. fem.

Ethpeel
S.

fut. 3.
viii.

fem. of »_»05 ._»5,

Trod down.

Luke

5.— Fem. "A^jIZf,
Luke
xxi. 24.

Rev. xiv. 20

U_.5ZAk5,
14.

S.

|jL^2.5, that

it

sliould be

hid—Gr.

Kpv^rjvai

— See note,

S.

John
S.

i.

41.

— Fut.
vii.
iv.

3. sing.

fem. of \m-^,
1

Lay hidden
v.

Fut. l-i-fej,

Mark

24.__Inf

] 5V)\,
Keifxevr]

Tim.

25

Part. Peil ]_L^, S.

Mark

22:— Fem.

][ » \, Hebr.

iv. 13.


15.

1

1

1

r) , built

— Gr.

— Part. Peil fem. of
1(Lqd,

P-O,

Built.

See note,

ch. vii. 24, below.
|Z.tCD, the

—toV — Def. of as of corn. — ^(td, 33;
bushel
/ao'S/ov

noun fem. A dry measure,

PI.

ch. xiii.
G.

S.

Luke

xiii.

21.

Gr.

o-ttra.

Heb. ^^^D, Gen.
T
;

xviii.

(Z;

1

V), the candlestick

771/

Xv^ytav

— Def.

of

]

;

^

V)

^

noun
i.

fem.

A

candlestick or candelabrum.

PI. def. ]Z',LI.Ld,

Eev.

12, &,c.

Heb. n^liJD, Exod. XXV.

31, &c.

, ,

238
Ver. 16.

S.

MATTHEW

V. 1(5-22.

JOT-LJ,
xvii. 2),
1

let

it

shine

— Gr.
•»

Xafxij/drw

—Fut.
43

3.

sing,

of JOIJ
,

(cli.

Was

resplendent, shone.
•X

Pret.
xiii.

3. fern.

Z-JOTJ

Rev.
7

xviii.

7

Fut.

3. pi.

.05C7U_3,

S.

Matt.
1.

Pael JOIJ, Brought
iii.

<o %/i<,

??iaJe c^e«r.

— Fut.

sing.
1. pi.

50TJ(, Eph.

9

Ethpaal

JJljZI,

Was

enlightened.
T

Fut.

JOljAj, 2 Cor.
G.

iv, 6.

Heb. *inj) Shone, metapli. Rejoiced, Ps. xxxiv. —
17
18.
?Q-»,

I

lr-»l? H) Trans.
^''*6

Not
ttura

to destroy

am

I come, hut to fulfil.

^e<<er I'^wc/

l^jTD,

^«W/e

of a letter.

— — Kcpata— Noun — R. .^;XD, Made
7

fern. def.
_

The apex, or distinguishing

point,

lines or

... incisions.
whence
tO^lCJ^j

Heb.
28,
19.

tDl^J'j -^l^a^e czi^s —T
,

in the body;

Lev. xix.

and T\\2r0
V VT

ch. xxi. 5,

A

cutting.
def. of 5Q-L1 (ch. xiv. 31, (fee),

l>Cli^l, the least

—twv
32;

cXaxto-Twi/

— PL

adj.
S.

Small, very small; short time, Heb. x. 37, &c.
xi.

Matt.
Matt.

11; Gr.
S.

/u,tKpoTcpos; S.

Mark

xiv. 40.

— Def. — Fem.
S.

pQ_ll,

]_.5ai.l
xii. 26.

S.

xiii.

Mark
S,

iv.

31.— Def. TZJOLl,
ix.

Luke


vi.

PI. masc.

^JQJLl,

Matt.

37, tfec— Constr. v^jiai^l, ch.
xvii.
4.

30,

(fee— PI. fem. ^JiOLl, Acts
xii.

— Def.

VaI)Q_L1,
xnferior,

S.

Luke

48

R. \^\,

Was

small, cogn. r^t'

^' '^'^

vile.

Heb.

^'•J^T,

Job xxxvi.

2;

Isa. xxviii.

10,

13.— Chald.

the

same, Dan.
20.

vii. 8.

^ V)

;_»Aj ....
I
TrepLcraevatj

'"il^L,
7
.

shall

abound more than

shall

exceed

— Gr.
as in

.

^^ irXelov

21.

IliD-oX,

to

them of old time

rots dpxaloL<;,

not by them

of, &,c.

the E.V.
avTots,

— So
is

ipptjOr] avT-fj, it

was said

to her,

Rom.

ix.

12; ippijOy
o

ver 26.

Compare
i.

also Gal.

iii.

16.

7

PI. def.

of

*

\

V),

O

see note, S.

John

15.
of,
vii.


22.

9,

7
»

7

0C7I .*^

^ ».V)^

or shall be in danger

guilty of
51.

ho-)(p<;

eorat

Pael part. pass.
VvifJ?)
'''^i^
'*'

See note,

S.

John

'^t'^O'll

^^''

^ dpyit,6p.f.vo%

— Fut.

3. sing,

of Lij or ]-p

——

S.

MATTHEW

V. 22—24.
*

239

Ver. 22.

(cli.

xviii. 34, (fee),
7 ^

Was angry.
iv.

Pret.

3. pi. Ol.^t5, ch.
7
T.

.

^

xx. 24
i.

Imperat.

pi.

0^t5, Epb.
I-^-hi',

26
xii.

Inf. ]-.i;,V}\, S.

James

19
anger.

Part. Peil (OCTI Pret.
3. pi.
aff.

Acts

20

Apliel Vii'l,
iii.

Moved to
1.

0\^]] with
x.

aff.

Hebr.

16

Fut.
vi.

sing.
iii.

C.jf,
21

with
Inf.

Eom.
7

19.— 2.
aff.

pi.

iuSl,
X^
iii.

Eph.

4; Col.

^

P

OUi^inl^, with

Hebr.

8,

15.

Heb. TJIj
"^

Isa.

xxviii. 21.

— Chald.

Aph.

Til"in,

Made

angry,

Ezr. V. 12.

[c*'

-\,

toithout

a cause
ii.

— — Adverb,
eiKrj

from the Gr. word.

Written

._i_Qjj, Phil.
.
7 7

16.

Gr.

eis Kevov.

^

^

^
_

^o5,

'PttKct

a vain, contem2Jtible perso7i

—a term of scorn or
3.

insult.

Compare Heb.
27
:

p^*^ or p*1. Vain, empty, ears of corn,
ix.

Gen.

xli.

worthless men, Judg.

4 ; xi.

l-^^j thou fool

—Gr.

yaojpe

—A tei^m of

derision.

Compare Gr.

XaAos,

A

talkative,

prating fellow.


23.

P'^^V ^^^^
»
D

yeei/vav

—A corruption
..

of Q])n

^Jl

or Dij/Tj^

^i),

the valley

of Hinnom
7

(-K>.*~),V>, the

An

altar.
7

—son of Hinnom, Josh, 16. LXX. yaUwa. altar — to 6vcna(nrjpiov — Def. of oa.^jiD, noun masc. — _a.j^KiDySD, ^kkTU^Id, with Rom.
xviii.
7 7

X

7

»•?>..

7

PI.

def.

aff.

xi. 3.

R. uKK^),

Sacrificed.
viii.

Heb. nSTp, Gen.
Ezr.
vii.

20.— Chald.

n!l"7p, def.

^{^!^,^,

17.

r*-*^

I >

Ji'Olds,

retains

—hath — Gr.
S.
rt

£;!(ct

— Part.
ii.

Peil of

,„jo

|

,

with active

signification.

See note,

John

6.

iiOylD JAd(,

any enmity
T.,

— Gr. — Noun
iii.

fern,

occurring here only in

the N.

but found in

Isa. xiv. 6.

—-Tremellius
y^;

would read

12^1' Heb. nH^K, Gen.
Heb. &X,
preferred.
24.

15.

R.

and Gutbir, l2^f,
in the text is to be

Ps. Ixxviii. 31.

But the reading

\^^L\, he reconciled
S.

— SiaXXdyrjOi — Ethpa. imperat. of p.?. — See note,

Jolin

xii.

10.


MATTHEW

240
Ver. 25.

S.

V. 25—27.

JOJALO A^OOl, he agreed, agree

luOi ivvodv

— Ethpaal part, with
Cowper
and Peil
Ethpa.

AjOCJI, representing the imperative (see Phillips, Gr. § 56;
§

208. 1) of |o|, unused in Peal except part. pres. ]o],

(oj, fern. J-»0|, Agreed, xoas friendly with
7
_

._iO|Z.|,
7

Was

united, agreed with (i<lL).
X.

A similar construction occurs, S. Luke
vi. 16,

37;

xiii.

14.
fern.

Deriv. |Z.Q_iO|, noun

Concord, agreement, 2 Cor.
Piel, Ps. cxxxii.

&c.

Compare Heb. HIX,
TX

13,

14;

— Hithpa.
tlie

Ps.

cvi. 14.

— —

y»2-^^

v^NO, thine adversary

— Gr.

tw avTihUta
S.

crov

— Lit.
xii.

master of

tliy

judgment

— The words are joined,
iv. 16.
t<3

Luke

58.

— See notes,
xi,

S.

Johniii. 19;
to the

p«»^A,

judge —

Kpir?]— Noun masc. def.
xii.

PI. def. P-jj, ch. x.

17 (where some Editors read ]i-»5);

27; S.

Luke

19.

R.

^5 o,
Heb.
vii.

Judged.
1

Vi'r[,

Sam. xxiv.

16. Advocate, Ps. Ixviii. 6.

— Chald.
of
^Clwt,

Ezr.

25.

J-i~Ci_4jt_i>,

to the officer

-tw vTrrjperr]

— Noun

masc.
'

def.

A

collector

taxes.

Occurs
I
7
11
)

also, S.

Luke

xii. 58.

Gr. tw TrpaKTopt.

— R.

Pa.
26.

.

»

*^

^

Collected.

poV) 9,

farthing

Ko8pcivT-i]v

(AcTrroi/,

S.

Luke

xii.

59, is I'eudered
S.

by the same word, although Svo
where
XeTrra is rendered

XcTrra = KoBpdvTr]<;,

Mark
def.

xii.

42,

by

__i_LLd).

Noun

masc.

used in a

general sense, to express the very smallest coin.
S.

PI. def.

(jqIdj,

Mark
M?>
ov

xii.

42;

S.

Luke

xxi. 2.

27.

^^-^if-

t^i'OU

shalt not

commit adultery
2. sing, (for

j

introducing the quotation
;_^.

\i.ov)(^v(Tf.i'i

—Fut.
pi.

imperat.) of 3ci-t

(with

aff.

ver. 28),

Committed adultery

Fut. 5q_.c_J, fern. ._j5ci-.Z., ver.
ii.

32,

below.— 3.

^50...^, Pvom.
Rev.

22
22.

Part. jU., ver. 32,

below, &c.

PI. masc. __i;_i_^i,

ii.

N.B.

In this verse,

rot? up^aiois is

wanting in the Sin. and Vat.

MSS.

S.

MATTHEW

V.

2S— 33.

24-1

Ver. 28.

01ju-i;Jj, that he should desire her, to lust after her
iiri9vfxr]a-aL
avT7J<;

Trpos

to

— Fut.

3. sing,

with

aff.

of ^*-i»' nl'' ^^sired,
3.

longed/or; in a bad sense, Lusted.
aff. S.

— Pret.
33.

sing. fern.

A^o, with

Luke

xxii. 15, the desire sing.
2.

has possessed Me,

Gi*. eTriOvfXLa eVe1

6v/xr](ra.


1

1.

A-o, Acts xx.


7;

3. pi. Q-ii',

Cor. x. 6

Fut. ^»^J,
V.

sing. -.iJZ,

Eom.

vii.

xiii.

9

Part, ^i|5, Gal.

17;

Tim.

iii.

1.

Fern. L.j, Gal. v. 17; S.
G,

James

iv. 5.

— PL

masc.
Phil.

_-»_.. 3,
i.

1

Cor. x.

<tc

Part. Peil

^^.j^-o, actively,

13.

Compare
vi.

Gr. dpcyo/xat, rendered by this word,
xi.

1

Tim.

iii.

1;

10; Hebr.

16.

29.

OT_jfc>j,

pluch

it

out

— e^eXe

auroi/— Impei'at. with

aff.

of |^>^,

Dug

out, tore out.
ix.

So in the similar passages,
pi.

ch. xviii. 9; S.

Mark

47

Part.

__t^>^. Gal.

iv.

1.5.

Compare Heb. H^Hj Separated, broke through,
xxxii. 8; Ps.
Iv.

divided, Gen.

24;^fsa. xxx. 28.

7

7

fc^lDjOl

r-»^,

one, thy

member, or thy one member

..707

— Gr.
07ie

eV

twv fxeXwu

a-ov,

K

7

rendered in ver. 30 by ^jl.1djC7I _LD ^^j,
D

of thy members
of

7

I>05ai (1 Coi\ xii. 14, 26; Eph. iv. 16),

noun masc. A member
PI. def. [IJDJCTI,

the body.

xii. 4. ikc.

—Def. —R. iOjOl, Pa.
Din, A T jnece,

(!iDjCn, 1 Cor. vi. 15,
•^

ifec.

Rom.

7

IsOjOl,

Cut

to pieces.
ii.

Chald.
31.

fragment, Dan.

5;

iii.

29.

(1_10J>
P

]lbZvD,

a writing of divorcement
an-oo-rao-t'ov,

— Gr.
S.

dirodTdawv
x.

— ComSyriac

pare

(itfiXiov

ch.

xix.

7;

Mark

4;

(JLC10Q_»5

I^Ad.
Was

— Noun

masc. def.

Occurring here only.

R. \Lj
32.

x>5,

small, mean, light,

above. — See note, — \\0 m, taking to wife, marrying— Gr, — See note, John

^^

tT"^ >>,

except,

saving


Trape/cros

ch.

iii.

4,

yafi-qa-rj

S.

i,

29,

03.

j^Z^SdqIqo ^-11?^ Mj thou shalt not
not forswear thyself
Gx*.

be false in thine oath, thou shall

ovk iinopKrja-cts
iii.

— Pael

fut.

2.

sing, of

^\-o. Was melted, Habak.
w.
0.

G.

— Pa.

^^i?>

Deceived, lied.

31

242

S.

MATTHEW
A\^.?, Acts

V.

33— 3G.
Fat.
iii.

Ver. 33.

Pret.
vii.

2.

sing.

v. 4

^ijj, Hebr.
Part.
iii.

vi.

18;

21.


1

2.

1)1.

^qX..?!,
7.

S.

James

14

^^,r^, Pom.
9; Pev.
iii.

ix. 1;

Tim.

ii.

PI. masc.

_

i.\,..,iD, Col.

9.

JALdoLd
is

(ch. xiv, 7, 9),

noun

fern. def.

An
17;
12.

oath.

The legular form
it

IALdoLd.

But, while sing, in signification,
vi. 16,
vii.

takes the

j)].

form (without Pibui, Hebr.
with an adject, sing.
part.
S.

20, 21),
jlD-*,

and

is

joined

James

v.

— P.
2.

Swore.

Aph.

ILdqId.

34.

^q1d(Z

|j,

swear not

— Gr.

ix-q

J/xotrat

— Fut.
1.

pi.

(for

imperat

)

of
11.

|lCL» (ch. xiv. 7, (fee).

Swore.
vi.

Pret.

sing.

A

.

Vi

-^

Hebx\

iii.

Fut. Ik)]], Hebr.
Inf.

13.— 2.

sing.

^01^,

ver. 3G,

below

]lD]ki\,
>

S.

Matt. xxvi. 74
> ,

Part.
S.

\^,
of

ch. xxiii. 16,

&c.—

PI. masc.

^

Hebr.

vi. 1 6

;

James

v. 1 2.

m£0,

at all

oA.w?

adverbially.
alu>viov,

2

—Noun masc. The sum a matter; here used — Def. pTD, Tim. pm Gr. an adverb, In Cor. —As sum up
end,
1
i.

4.

]]?,

endless,

iv.

17.

short, to

all,

Gr. oAws (E.V. com,monlij),

1

Cor. v.

1.

— R.

^Q.CD, Pa. ^.^SD,

Ended.

OCn (_i.£D5ao,

it is

the tJi/ronc

6pCvo<; lari

— Def. (coalescing with OOl)
state.

of wj.rD3aD,
ch.
xxiii.
2.

noun masc.
PI.

A

seat,

chair of

Def.

|

.

rrnn'-i

(of fem. form)

^amj'a::, ch. xix.

28.— Def.
20.— PI.
in place

"jZo-CDJicir:), ch.

xxi. 12, &c.

Heb. XD3,

Ps.

xi.

4.— Chald.

5<D"l5,
in

Dan.

v.

iimSj
Itt
:t

ch. vii. 9.

—The
A

letter

1,5, inserted

Aramaic

of the Heb. Dagesh.
35.
«_^ai
I

0(10,

it

is the footstool
stool.

vtotto^lov

Io-tl

—Noun

masc. def.

(coalescing with ,_jCn)

R.

»

'~^^ ,

Put

beneath, sid)Jected.

Transl.
36.

For

it is

the footstool that is

under His feet.

IAjlId, hair

Tpixa.

— Def.

of fJLlD,

noun fem. A

hair, single hair, as

distinguished from

|^£D, head of

hair, Lat. ccesaries.

See note,

S.

MATTHEW

V. 36—41.

243

Ver. 36.

S.

John

xi.

2.— PI.

def. (masc.

form) ]ili>, ch.

x.

30;

S.

Luke

xii. 7.

Transl.

For thou canst not make in
tohite.

it

one hair of the head of hair

black or

"jAlOlJol, black
5, 12),

/xiXaivav

— Fem.
the Evil

def. of JsQ^jo], def.
^^«c/i;.

jk^Dol (Rev.

v.

Black.

R.
is

^]]

^ «s

»
38.

'

*^

^^)

from

One

Ik tou Trovrjpov Icttiv.

P~», a
>

tooth
^

— oSoVra — Def.
Def. pi J, ch.
xxi.

of __©,
12,

noun fem.

PI.

(masc.

form)

»

viii.

tkc.

Heb. 1^, Exod.
39.

24.— Chald.

the same, Dan.

vii. 5,

19.

^^^^.DClA, against.
self.

Preposition, derived from.-^.d.D, Oj)posed him-

Witli

affixes,
it,

O and *0

are transposed; as

OlXoO-Q-i,
to

over against
S. S.

sc.

the sej^ulchre, ch. xxvii. 61:

meet
if,

Him,.,

John

xii.

18 (see note);

OTA£iQ-QA, contrary
over against us, S.
2.

to

the ship,
xi. 2.

Matt. xiv. 24;
aff.


1.

\«^n
sing,

n\
and

Mark

Except with
'

and

3.

pi.

of both genders; as
,^'^

^'"^

inn\^ against

Ale, S.

Matt.

xii.

30;

^'-'^^ \, over

against you, ch. xxi.
Transl.
fxrj

2.

But I say unto you, That ye
d.vTi(TTrjvaL) the evil.

rise 7iot against {resist not, Gr.

— —

|>-kLd, smiting

shall smite- -pair ia€i

—See
of
i.

note, S.
(i_2),

John

xiii. 4.

P^l,

turn

(TTpcij/ov

—Aphel
i

impei'at.

Turned

himself, re-

turned.

— Aph.

1

g^j

(Acts xvii. 31), Caused

to turn, restored,

converted
i.

Fut. [^~£12, S.

Luke

16, 17

Part.

pL2ilD, Acts

6:— Fem.

"ilj..2ii, 2 Cor.

vii. 10.

Heb. Hiph. H^Sn, Judg. xv. 4:
40.

1

Sam.

x. 9.

j^CL^^Ld, thy cloak
cloak, or
afF.
r
7

—Gr.

to

i/^artov

|^Q_^^Ld, noun masc. def

A

garment generally.
xxiii. 5.

PI. def. (^Q_4",1d,

Acts

ix.

39; with

S.

Matt,

41.

;^»

•^>
S.

compelling

— shall compel
7

(thee) to

go

— ayyapcvcr«— Pael
7

part.

7

7

of 'r^^.», Pa. ;-KK^, Compelled.

Pret.

3. pi.

O^-kk^, ch. xxvii. 32;

Mark

XV. 21.

244

S.

MATTHEW
/xlXiov

V. 41—44.

Ver. 41.

(I «

^

I

a mile

— Noun

masc.

clef,

derived, through the

Greek, from the Latin.

42

^(-»? rr^f Transl. lie that
1^1
(J), tliat

asJceth

of thee, give

to

him.

would borrow
,

— Gr. lov OiXovra

tavuaatrOaL

— Fut.

3. sing.

of i^Vj

Borroiced, sought a loan.
jj^

'

..mn
~

.

\n/
-r,

forbid him not

— Gr.

firj

<livocnpa^^<i

— Fut.

'2.

sing.

-r.

with

aft",

(for imperat.) of |1d. Prohibited.

See note, ch.

iii.

14,

above.
43.
i>Q.K>J, love

— Gr.
John

c!ya7r7;'o-£ts

— Imperat.

of J>Q>j5, Loved dearly.

— See

note, S.

v. 20.

^*^0, \S*~^A,
39,
etc.),

thine

enemy— rov
def.

l-)(0p6v crov

(

*^ '^.

\ ^ '^

(ch. xiii. 28,

noun masc.

compounded

of

^1>^, Master,
See note,
S.

lord,
iv.

and

(£liD5, Enmity.
def.

Lit. lord

of enmity.
v.

John

16.— PI.
below.

]or:j.Hrb, Rom.

10, &c.

With

aff.

ver. 44,

Transl. Love thy neighbour,
44.

and

hate thine enemy.

^1^5,

that cursetli

— Gr.
of.

rows Karapoifxivovs
Pret.
2;

— Part,
S.

of

»^Q._ik
xi.

«-^^,

Cursed, spoke evil
Fut.

sing.

A^S,
5
S.

Mark
2.

21

4^\l,
xii.

2.

sing.

^oXZ,
pi.
iii.
>

Acts
() •

xxiii.

pi.

^tf\Z,
iii.

Eom.

14.^Part.
S. S.

^.

Luke

vi.

28; coalescing
10.

with ^_Lk»,
PI.

James

9

Part. Peil w^o-X, Gal.

^> 5.^^

John

vii.

49.— Def.

"ii-*^.
pi,

S.

Matt. xxv. 41.

Cl-^*, pi'ay—TTpoo-evx^o-d^

— Pael imperat,
xxii. 17.

of ]J», Inclined, declined.

— Pa.
1.

'

>

^T

(ch.

XX vi.

42, 44, &c.). Supplicated, ^nayed.

— Pret.
Fut,
]] ^]',

sing. Aa.2i»

,

Acts

3. pi.

Qj^?
Cor. xi.

,

Acts

i.

24i
sing.

IJll, S, Matt, xix,
S,

13:— Fern.

IJlZ,

1

13.— 1.
xviii.
1

Matt, xxvi, 3G.
vi.

3,

pi.

^CLA^,

S.

Luke
S.

Imperat.

]]., S, Matt.

G

Inf.

Oj-HIlnS,

Matt.
,

vi.

5,

kc

Part.

13^,^.

Matt,

vi. o, 6, »tc:

— Fcm.

(

r

\ \'^ Rom,

viii.

27, ttc

S.

MATTHEW
Matt.

V. 44—46.

245
with __Lk»,

Ver. 44.

PI. masc. ^„»J1^.Ld, S.

vi.

7, itc:

—coalescing
18.
vi.

2 Cor.

xiii. 9,

(fcc—with ^Aj], Eph.

vi.

Chald. Pa.
if

xW,
vi.

part.
10.

N^^^p, Dan.
'

11.— PI.

\'^):^, as

from >^^, Ezr.
^'''ie/i

(;-«_4^^,

violence, forcihli/.

— Noun

masc. def. Force, violence,
S.

necessiti/.

With
1 S.

pref.

»0, adverbially, as also

Luke

vi.

28;

Acts

V.

26;

Pet. v.

2.— Of form

part. Peil of ^^£5,
iv.

Bound.

Ethpe.

i^l^, Was

boimd, part.

;_^DAi, Eph.

16.— Whence
^cts

also ^-4^, def. ]r4-^) ^^o^i^ masc.
viii. 23.

A

bond.

PI. def. "JV-4^)

Heb. IDp,

part.

pass.

pi.

fern.

Ezek. xlvi.
pi.

22.

— Compare
^^Dpj

also Chald. 'HGp, prop.

A

knot,

whence

p'^tSp, constr.

The joints of the
Transl.
7

loins,

Dan.

v. 6:

Hard

questions, ver. 12, 16.

That drive you by force; Gr. xwr

iTr-qpca^ovruiv vfid^,

7

45.

wk>J,.Ld,

making

to rise

— maketh
&lc.

to rise

— aVareXXet— Aphel
clef.

part, of

<>jJ9, Rose, as the sun,

—Aph. «>^J)(, Caused
.

to rise.


01 « V) «, His sun
43, &c.)

—Tov

rjXiov

mirm.— mKci m

(jlSDj

(ch. xiii. 6,

noun com. gend. The Sun.

Heb.

m^, Ps. xix. 5.— Chald.
V V

def.

i^^^ T
:

,

Dan.

vi. 15.

OT^Sd, His

rain,
def.

^^k),

def,

]l^ (ch.

vii. 25,

27, &c.)

noun masc.

Bain.— 'PI
Heb.
Ti'ansl. -4?ic/

]i^,

Showers.

R. j^Lo, Pa. {.^Lo, Bained.

1t022, Exod.ix. 33, 34.
T T

maketh His rain
PI.

to descend.

Gr. koL Ppl^u.
(S.
ii.

Udi., the unjust

L nrighteous, vdcked.
Heb.
7!)J^,

—aStKous— — Def.
Job
xviii.

def.

of

^OL

Luke
7, 8.

xvi.

10) adj.

JJcLL, 2 Thess.

21; xxvii. 7; xxix.
is right.

17.— R.

7"1^,

Arab.

Turned
4;
46.
JCJI

aside from

what

Pi,

^!)J^,

Acted unjustly, Ps.

Isa.

XX vi.
ovxi',

10.

]J,

Gr.

Lat. annon,

nonne?

— so
ii.

Rom.
4, 6.

ii.

26; Heb.
is

i.

14.

Oil, oi'x, S.

Matt. xxiv. 2; S. James

— (on

properly an

2-1-6

S.

MATTHEW

V.

46—48.

VI.

1, 2.

Ver. 46. interjection, Lo! hehold!
of emphasis, as S.

— but sometimes used merely
ix.

for the sake

Mark

21;

S.

Luke

viii.

29;

xiii. 16.

(miiSD,

tlie

2)ublicans—ol rcXoivat
def.

— PL

def. of (CO'-^V? (ch. x.

3, &c.)

noun masc.

A

tax-gatherer, collector

of tolls.

R. .CIO'^V) Arab,

Conj. II. Collected tribute.

Form

of part. pres. Peal,
4<.
of-


47,

|)01 »-»01, the saine, very
>

same

— to avro — ovrw, ver.
lit.

(Vr>\ »

'~^

nA

.

\[

»^ ye salute,
pi.
i.

enquire after the peace

— Gr,

dcnrda-rjaOe

— Part.
S.

of

x>(,j».

Asked; coalescing with ^Z*J|.

See notes,
48.

John

21

;

xiv. 27.
def. of ^j.LCL.t (in this verse) part. Peil

"I'^lCLi, perfect

reXetot

—PL

of ^ICLi, Completed, finislied

— See note,
VI.

S.

John

xvii. 23.

CHAPTER
1.

OJOjv*, tahe heed
5q_»j
;..kj,

to,

look into,

%C^
i.

— Gr.

Trpoatx^Ti

— Imperat.

pi.

of

see note, S.

John

36.
rrjv i\€r]fj.oa-vv7]v vfxojv (^SLKaLoa-vvqv,

.

Q.2A^5l your almsgiving, alms
,

Sin.

and Vat, MSS.)

(jDjI,

noun fem.

Justice,
3,

and by Synechdef. "JAi^jf,

doche,

Almsgiving.— T>ef.

]ko'){, ver, 2,

&c,— PL

Acts

ix. 36,

&c.— R.

»05l,

Was just.

Heb. np"l^, Ps. xxiv.
It t;

5.— Chald. Hpl^, Dan,
It

:

iv.

24.

Transl,

But

take heed in

your almsgiving, that ye do

it

not before

men

(the sons

of men) so that ye
otherwise

may
Se

be seen

of them.


2.

jj

|0,

and if not,

—d

)u,?;yc.

Xl'fTi \t^l. ]J,

no

do not sound

{call
i.

not out with) a trumpet
»r
7
7>

— Gr.
xvi.

fiy

craA.7rto-)7?

— See note,

S.

John

23.

P^,
made

def. of

y^,
1
:

noun fem.
1.

The

horn, of

an animal; a

vessel

of horn,

Sam.

A

musical instrument, made of or resembling a horn

the end or

extremity, as the
building, S.

hem

of a garment, S. Matt, ix, 20; Corner of a
iv. 11.

Luke

xx. 17; Acts

As

a Symbol of strength,
masc. form, (j'^,

A

liorn of salvation, S.

Luke

i.

69.

— PL

def.

— —

S.

MATTHEW

VI. 2—4.

247

Ver.

2.

Rev.

xiii.

11.— Fern, form ^i,LO, Acts

x.

11.— Def.

IAj'^ID,

Rev.

V. G, itc.

Hub. Dan.
vii.

pp,

Josh.

vi.

5;

'»'^^'>

pp,

Ps. xviii.-!.— Chald.

pD,

8: Def. X^'lp, ch.
1

iii.

5, &c.

|..2i(lD

.

»

«^m

^7(6

Jiypocr'des

ot vrroKpiTai

— See note,
x. 34.

S.

John

i.

IG.

j£)^

fcClDDJ, Gr. Trpoa-coTToXrjTTTrj's,
the streets

Acts

^DQ-a-O, in
tfec.)

iv rats pif/xats— PI. def. of
str'eet;

^QQ_«

(cli. xi.

16,
:

noun masc. def A

market place, dyopd, ch.
8to8os) S.

xi. IG, ikc.

2'horoug/i/are,

d/i.</)oSov

(-

pvp-rj,

Mark

xi. 4.

Heb.

p^l^', Prov.

vii. 8.


3.

O N*^ O,

thei/

have received
(Jiand)

— Gr.

a7r£;)(oucn.

yX^hrC), thy

left

rj

dptaTepd aov

— jlklCD,

(2 Cor.

vi. 7),

noun

fern. 27ie left

part, side, or hand.
xiii.

Heb. SkJ^^, Gen.
4.

9; xlviii. 14.

|j.IIino, in secret

iv to! kpvttto)

— Def of ]lll2
(

(ch. x. 26), part, Peil
]
»

of (firm, Hid, covered.
here) as a noun,
S.

Def

«

rn^^ but

(^""^

when used
\
,

(as

and opposed in

signification to

(

»

. ;

see note,

John

vii. 4.

yt^i-SUl, lie shall

reward

thee

aTroSwcrct crot

— Fut.
6.-3.

3.

sing,

with
>'

aff".

of

^i^. Loosed,

restored,

recompensed,

rendered,

j)(^^d

also,

Budded, sprung forth, as leaves of a
xiii.
xiii.

tree, ch. xxiv.
pi.

32;

S.
S.

Mark
Mark
14.—
pi.

28.— Pret.
28
Fut.
pi.

3. fern.

AI^^, Rev.
S.
1

xviii.

Q-lU>,

VSO;^,
^a:^;^J,

Matt. xvi.

27.— 1.
with
Pet.
S.

sing.

VXO^f, Hebr.
xiv.

X.
2.

30.— 3.
pi.

Tim.
17;

v. 4;
1

aff. S.
iii.

Luke

,^'^t, Rom.
xiii.

xii.

S.

9

Tmperat.
xviii. 25, etc S.

al.0^, Rom.

7

Inf \\-c^Cn\

Matt,

Part. Vili), S. Matt, xviii. 26, 29,

&c.— PI. ^j-L;^,

Matt,

xxiv. 32.

Deriv.
xi. C.

p»Of^, noun masc. def A rewarder, Heb.

Heb. y"l3> Loosed, remitted a penalty, Ezek. xxiv.
Cogn. |»13, Broke forth, hurst, scattered, Ps.
Ix. 3.

14.

248

S.

MATTHEW

VI. 5—12.

Vcr.

5.

jAjbl-IIi, in the corners


•T

Iv rats ywvtais

PI. def. of

|Aj01

(cli.

xxi.

42, &c.)

noun
(pi.

fern. def.

A

corner.
ix. 15.

Heb.
Transl.

only) flVIT, Ps. cxliv. 12: Zech.

Who

love to

stand in the synagogues and in the corners of the

streets to
G.

pray.

y20L, thy

closet

— to rafxuiov

A

chamber, secret room.

— poZ. xxiv. noun masc. Luke — PL poZ., 3;
crov

(ch.

26),

def.

def.

S.

xii.

ver. 24,

Store houses, Gr. Tafietov.
7.
1,

no "^^V)

^AjOCTI

(J,

be not using (use not)

vain repetitions

— Or.
avrwu

fit}

fiaTToXoyrjcrrjTe

— Pael.
i7i

part.

pi.

(forming iraperat.) of %ClQ^,
hei'e only,

Pa. .n nc^^

Was

garrulous.

Occurs

(|.i_^iL_£D

|J^VoV).0,
masc.
def.

much

speaking

— Gr.

iv tyj 7roXvXoyia

Noun

Discourse, eloquence, speech;

manner of speaking,
E.

ch. xxvi. 73; S.

Mark

xiv. 70, Gr. AaXta.
*

^^^,

Pa.

^^,

Spoke.
. o
7
P

9

p.DCTI, Transl.

Thus pray
be-

ye.
fut.
3.

«.^,X)Aj, hallowed
^
7


_

dyiacrO-qTO)

Pa. >-»r^. Sanctified.
secrated.

— Ethpaal — Ethpa. w^,_dZ.|
r
?

sing,
x. 29),
pi. pi.

of

«.j,_0
con-

..

(Hebr.
11.

Was

Pret. 3 pi. a.»,^Z"|, Hebr.
pi.

ii.

2.

^oA^j_dZ|,

ICor.

vi.

11.— 1.

^'j_oZf, Hebr.

x.

10

Part.

^

.

»pQALo,

Hebr.
7
P
-),

X. 14.
i^the

11.

1

n inm>

bread) of our need
Cor.
xii.

— Gr.

(tov uprov) tov lirLova-iov
def.

£UQ-CD

(1

22),

noun masc.

A

want, necessity.

— —

E. .niff), Needed.


12.

^lSdq_», this day

o-T/'/x-epov

— Adverbial
hodie.

noun, compounded of p^Q_.
parallel passage, S.

poi.
xi. 3.

Compare Lat.

In the

Luke

we have

1>0Q_»_\D, daily, day by day, Gr. to

Ka6'' rifiipav.

_t_dQ_K», our debts

to.

o^£iXr?/xaTa

rjft.^v
«
p

— PI. .^
7

Avith
p

afF.

of (HiQ-Kj,
debt, i.e.

noun masc.
creditor, S.

def.

An
form

error, debt

|.dQ-K>

(jio, lord

of

a

Luke
def.

vii.

41.
.P
7

A fern.
ver. 27.

jAoa^j

occurs, S. Matt, xviii. 32; with
guilty.

afl'.

— E.

»£iCL>j »nK>,

Was

S.

MATTHEW
us our

VI.

12— IG.
as

249

Ver. 12.

Transl.

And forgive
and

debts,

we

also have forgiven {a^rj-

Kaixev, Sin.

and Vat.) our
lead us not
of \L.L

debtors.

13.

\v/

|Jo,

kol

fxrj

cicrevey/crys

7;|uus— Apliel fut.
xviii. 16.
def.

2. sing. with. afF.

viii.


po

.

— probation, temptation. —
rn
1

\

into tcjnptation

€ts Treipacr/xov

— See note, John — Noun masc.
S.

Trial,

PI. def.
ii.

pO-uIDJ, Acts xx.
9.

19.

—Another
Tempted.
«

form
jj-k.^^, the

is

iLLroJ, Proof,

2 Cor.

E. ]rn

y

Pa.

__au,

power

-q

Svva/jLL'i

—Noun masc.
XHL,
S.

def. Strength, force, viiracu-

Ions p)Ower, miracle; military force,
1

S.Luke
Matt.

xxi. 20.
22,

— PL
&c.—

\

»

^'i

Cor. XV.
\\
'

24.— Def.

vii.

R

^Q^,
iii.

Pa.

^\

Covfi: nied, strengthened.
xviii. 33.

Heb. yTl) Ps.
4:
14.

— Chald. the same, Strength, Dan.
to.

Army,

ver. 20; iv. 32.
their trespasses

^cnZ.Q_mCD,
of
•X.


_

TTapaTTTtiijxaTa aviC^v

— PL
.0.

with
x.

aff.

o

\nm
7

(Acts XXV.
^

5),

noun fem.

Follg, crime, transgression.
_

,.

n N'^ro
minded.

(J),

without fa,ult, innocent. Acts xvi. 37.

— Def.

7

(Z.CLAI1CD,

Acts xxiv. 20

PL

def.

"jZoXiiCD.

— R^'^CD, Was
i.

foolish, vjeak-

Heb. T\h'2'D or HiSd^^, Eccles.
IG.
(•,•

17;

ii.

3.

I

Vin
\;
>

,

of a sad countenance
adj.


V

o-KvOpwTroi

—PL
.

def.
S.

of

i

»

^^^

def.

V)0,

Sad, sorrowful.

— PL

.y

Vtn

Luke

xxiv. 17.

— Of

foi'm part. Peil

from ^klD, Was sad.
i.e.

—.^ \*^

h^lD, disfiguring,

they disfigure

— Gr.

o.<^avit,ov(TL

— Pael
iv.

part.

pL of

\\

^

-

'

^

Travailed in child-birth.

Part. fem. U^I^j,
viii.

Rev. xiL 2
27.

Pa. \irijo, the same, in

Rom.

22; Gal.

19,
3.

Elsewhere in the N.T. Corrupted,
2.

spoilt, destroyed.
^.

fem. Z\\n.Kj, Rev. xix.

3.

pL nX'-i

ch.

xL

18.

— —L

Pret.

pL

^^\n>^, 2
xi.

Cor,

vii,

2

Fut.
S.

WokkJ
Luke

Inf. Qlir:i>l».
:

V>\,

llev.

18
iv.

Part.

Wn >lSo,
fem.

xiL 33, &c.
viii.

— Fem.
22;
1

]L:i.KKLD,

Gal.

27.— PL

^A£ullD, Rom.
1

Cor. xv. 33.
]J,


W.
C.

Part. pass.

WAJ.Vn
8.

Tim.

vi.

5

:— Fem. ]1n LlD

ia-

corrupt. Tit.

ii.

32

250
Ver.
Ethpa.

S.

MATTHEW
]
,

VI. 16—24.

1 6.

W*^

^./

Was

corrupted, S.

James
vii.

v. 2.

Heb. 7nn> ~
T

ri.

Travailed, Ps.

15;

Spoiled, destroyed,

Isa. xiii. 5.

These are however referable to separate roots; see
Chald. Pa.

the Lexicons of Gesenius and Fuerst.

73n> Dan.
ii.

iv.

20;

vi.

23; Ezr.

vi.

12.— Ithpa. SsHHi^, Dan.
aurwv

44;

vi.

27;

vii. 14.

,nm

.

g^n.;<7>j their faces

—ra

TTpocTwrra
def.

PI,

with

aff.

of

|^0»^^
(£30 1"^,

(eh. xvi. 3, &c.),

noun masc.

The person, countenance, figure,
Col.
ii.

appearance.
S.

Jude, ver. 16.

— Constr. %2^0t\^, — —Derived from the Gr. word.
23.

PI.

def.

17

_j> Aj|,

Transl.

But

thou, lohen thov- fastest, loash thy face,

and

anoint thine head.

18

oQrilO, Transl.
reward
Vat.
thee.

And

thy Father, which seeth in secret, lie shall
kv

—The words
cn^s

tw ^avepw are wanting in the Sin. and

MSS.

19.

(IHCD, the moth
fabrics; or,

— —Noun masc.
a
Isa.
Ii.

def.

A

grub, destructive to woollen

weevil, in granaries.
8.

Heb. DD,

(l^l,

ihe rust ^>\d(,

/Jpwcrts

—Noun

masc. def.

occuiTing here only.

—R.
of

Devoured.
breaking through, break through
,

X
.

P
,

«

» ^'^
.7
-

Stopucrcroucrt

—Part.

pl.

> \g^

Opened a way, dug through, penetrated.
,

Compare Heb. ^p*^ "
T

in Hithpa.

Pressed oneself into, rolled,

wallowed, Jer.

vi. 26.

21
22.
(

y^

I

Transl. There is also your heart.

A

.

«

g^

^

simple, single

— aTrXoCs —Part. Peil
S.

fern,

of

-(}

»

<=^

Used

as

an

adjective.
light,

See note,

John

xxi. 18.
def. state as


23
24.

r-»0^>

full of light

— ^wrctvov—Adj. used in
John
xi. 10.

a sub-

stantive.

—See
>.

note, S.

y^n
(with

»

Transl. IIow great will be thy darkness.

s^Clm-3, he will despise
afF.

KaraKJipovqa-eL

— Fut.

3.

sing,

of »4^^-* *^-*

S.

Luke

xxiii. 11), Set at

nought, despised.

— Pret.

2. pl.


VI. 24—26.

S.

MATTHEW
S.

251

Ver. 24.

.oA^,
10
2

with

aff.

James

ii.

G.

Part.

^V», Rom.

ii.

22; xiv.

Part. Peil »4-*-*, fern. ].4-»-*» ^^^^ ^^ ^ noun, Contemptible,
Cor.
X.

10

Ethpe,
xix. 27.

^^j^s^^l' ^^^ despised

Part.

fem.

l4j.^ZAk), Acts

Heb. ^'!0, only in

part. pi. Ezek. xvi.

57; xxviii. 24, 26.
«fec.

|jQlnLD,

Mammon —/Aa/n/xwra
The
full

The

fjood

things, riches,

of this

world.

form would seem to he poLolk),

as derived

from

pX,

Sustained, supported.
store,

Some regard

it

as a corruption
23.

from jijDDDj a hidden
ffid
25.

treasure, Gen.

xliii.

— E.

J^^,

v9^0-

^'

^"^'^

"^ thought—ix.rj

/[xept/xvare— Put. 2. pi. (for imperat.)

of .^<.-., TTas avixiows, carefid.

Put. «^r^P, ver. 27, below
2 S. Pet.
i.

Imperat.
Inf.

^11,

S.

Luke

x.

35.— Pi. CiaLI,
iv.

10,

&c
34,

^I]k2\, Acts

XX. 35; Phil.

10


2.

Part.
S.

^^, ver.
x. 41,
ii.

below:
masc.

— Fem.
^.
'

"is)^, coalescing with ».jAj|,
'J

Luke

—PL
5

g^t
pi.

ver. 28, below, &c.:
-

—fem.
Put.

^^^-»,

Tit.

Part. Peil

^

>t >,

coalescing with

^jj,
pi.

2 Cor.
of
2.
.

viii.

21.

^Q-aJuXZ., ye shall put oJi—ivSvarjaOe
xii.

m

n\
^0^ 1
v.

(Acts

21), Clothed himself, loas dressed.
iii.

Pret.

pi.

n\
9

,

Gal.
-

27.— L
1

pi.

^<i.n\,

1

Cor. xv. 49; 2 Cor.

3
vi.

Put.

1

A\i
27

Cor. XV. 53.-3.

pi.

^Q-iB.nlj,

S.
.

Mark
m

linperat. pi.
viii.

O-aAl^, Eph.
.

vi. 11,

&c

Part.

n\

.

S.

Luke

Part. Peil

m

i

n\,

S. Matt.xi.8,&c.— Pi.
7

^i m

n\

,

same

verse:

— coalescing with
Ps- civ.
T

^--l->-*i

Hebr.

xiii.

13.
v. 7, 16.

Heb. SJ^lS. ~
26.

1.— Chald. ^^^S, Dan. ~
:

V^r^>

^^''^

birds, foiols

— ra
»
.;

Trerctva

— Properly
"sed in
X

part. fem. def. of
xiii.

ojf.2),

Flew

Put.
iv. 7,

g^

\

fem. ^j^i^L, Rev.
Xit^i^i,

14

Part.

oo^^, Rev.

&c.

—Pem. —

def. state as a subst.
pi.

A

bird, or, collectively, the feathered tribe:

—with verb
Luke
xii.

as here,

or sing, as oh. xiii. 4, 32.

PI. masc. ^_»»*j^^, Rev. xix.
S.

17.— PI.

fem. def. as a subst. iS^L'^i), The binls,

24.

252

S.

MATTHEW

VI. 26—28.

Vcr.

2G.

_j-_iSD.K»,

gathering,

they gather
U])

— awayovcnv — Part.
1. sing.

pi.

of

^\klK», Collected, stored
S.

Fut.

^nV)»>J,

^akLK»"|,

Luke

xii. 7, 18.

[tdJASd, feeding, feedeth

— rpi^^i—Part,
^OTDJ^J, with
iv.

of

.

>

ro^Z. (Acts xiii,
2. pi.

18),

verb of Pael (Pali) form, Fed, notirished.
S.

Pret.
S.

^Aj-TDjZ.,

James

v.

5.


3.

1.

pi.

—-uTDjZ., with

afF.
aff.

Mutt. xxv. 37
xii. G.

Fut.

"i^52^J,
S.

pi.

Rev.
,

^a£D?ZZ,
fern.

James

3

2.

pi.

Ethpali ^-iJUJJZZ.]

Was

fed.

Part.

IIiDjZZ!^, Rev.
.

xii.

14.

Deriv.

(

m^n/^ noun

masc.

def.

Food, Acts xiv. 16; xxvii. 36.
Siai^epcre

__»5AjuLd,

much better than

{^~o)

— Gr. fidWov
1

PI. of 3i&
iii.

>

V)

(Acts xxvi. 13), adj. Excellent.— DqI "JjAIId, 2 Cor.
1 S.

10;

Pet.

ii.

9.— Fern.
,5-.

"JjAILd,

Cor.

xii.
1

31,

&c.— Def. TZjAILd,
iii.

Hebr.

xi.

35.— PL
X

masc. def. "jiAliD,
^7
,

S. Pet.
7
,

3

Of form

Pael part, from >A_i
0>

Abounded.

Pa. 3A_i
is

Increased.
{to

7

27

CLLLd, Transl.

And

which of you, tvho

anxious

do

so), &c.

n g>irr>nVn\
,^liiof
speak,
3. pl.
ii.

fo
(S.

add

— Trpoo-^avat— Aphel
iii,

inf.

nf

.g^m

.

not used, Aph.

Luke

20),

Added.

i^]^\
cittc,

y<=^rno].

He added

to

i.e. sjiaJce

again, Gr. Trpocr^ets
ii.
•X

S,

Luke

xix. 11.

—Pret.
*
.7

Q_21iiof, Gal.
iii.

6

Fut. .<^CT)QJ,
.7

3. pi.

^Q_2irDQJ, 2 Tim.

16;

13.

2. pl.

^Q_2uCD0Z,
<^
X

1 Tliess. iv. 1
i.

Imperat. s.2l£D0|,
5
Part. .^rr)OV>,

S.

Luke
ii.

xvii.

5.— Pl. O

rool' 2 S. Pet.
7
i.

Acts

47.— Pl. ^1

<^rr)OV>, Phil.
Ixxi.

17.

Heb, &D^j Hiph. Ps.
*)^'77 ]^T^ ftDh)
^^^^'^^ ^^6

14.

Compare
Gen.

also

the phrase

S2)ake yet again,

xviii. 29.

OiAIdQ-O ^u^, imto
iv.

his stature

Ittl ttjv

rjXiKLav avrov

13),

noun

fem. def. The stature, height of a

man;

— jAVio n (Eph. —
also, age.
vi. 15.

R. ioar) :>ao. Base.

Heb. ^ty\p>
T
I

1

Sam.

xvi. 7; Height, of the

Ark, Gen.
pl.

28.

Q-QjoZ], consider
/jlored,

Kara/xdOeTe

examined,

— Ethpaal proved. — Ethpa.

imperat.
1
»,

of

(n*^, Fx-

7

.

.K
\
,

i

O '~)L

Contemplated

— —

S.

MATTHEW
iv.

VI. 28-30.

253

Ver. 28.

Part.
"Witli

]niAk>, Rom.
%^
of the object.

19.— PI. ^i noAk),
of |Aj_»Q_»,

Phil.

iii.

17.—

P_»Q_»,

the lilies

to.

Kpiva

PI.

def.

noun

fern.

def.

A

lily.

PI. of masc. form.
ISJ'iliJ^,

Heb.

1

Kings

vii.

19; Ps.

Ix. 1

(musical instrument);



1r-^??,

l^'iSJ^',

Ps. xlv. 1 (musical instrument);
fern.

Song o^

Sol.

ii.

16:

r\-^^\^,

Song of

Sol.

ii.

1, 2.

of the field

— tov dypov — Noun
16; xv.
Isa. v.
4.

masc.

def.

A

field,

pasture,

whither flocks are driven; a wilderness, desert place, S.
31;
S.

Mark

vi.

Luke

v.

— Compare note,
ii.

S.

John

i.

23.

Heb. ^yr^,

17; Mic.

12.
pi. fern,


29.

—SvL,

sjnnning, they sjnn

— Gr.

vif^ei

—Part.
clothed.

of \>V^,

Spun.
27.

Occurs elsewhere only in the parallel passage,
i-»_CC1dZ"J, loas

S.

Luke

xii.

arrayed

izepi^jiaX^ro

Concealed.

— Ethpa.
S.

Was

— Ethpaal —Pret. hidden,
S.

pret. 3. sing, of jillD,
3. pi.

Rom.
fern.

iv.

7:— Fem. Jls^^lX,
Matt.
viii.

Luke
pi.

xix.

42

O

>

mn Z.(,

I

7

.-l>

Put.

]mLAj,
below

|mS)Zr,

24.-1.

"(m^Aj,

ver. 31,

Part. fem. ]t
30.
1
:

mnAV)^

1 Cor. xi. 6.

.<^v\
masc.

the

grass— rov xoprov

— (nV)S

or

|;

i

V>S

(Castel)

noun

def. Grass, hay.

Compare Heb. y^)^,
and

A

bundle, sheaf of corn,

Amos
15.

ii.

13:

^jj^, the same, Deut. xxiv. 19;
together.

Ruth

ii.

7,

R. *l^j;,

Bound

jiaLj, of the field— rov aypou— Def.
noun masc.

of ^^TLk. (Acts

i.

19), or ^^jEuj,

A

part, portioii of land.
ix.

Compare Heb. pSll, 2 Kings

10.
iv.

R. pSll, Divided by
12, 20; Ezr. iv. 16

^0^— Chald. pSn, Fart, portion, Dan.
But
this comparison,

approved by

many

scholars, is disallowed

by

Michaelis,
Michaelis.)

who

refers the

word

to the Arabic.

(Castel's Lex. ed.

\J^^}iO,

to-morrow

— avpiov—Adv. of time.
28.

Heb. in!:, Judg. XX.


,

254

S.

MATTHEW

VI. 30—34.

Ver. 30.

jJQjZ, the oven

KkijBavov
S.

—Noun
xii.

masc. def. occurring in the

N,

T. only here

and

Luke
17.

28,

A furnace^

oven.

Heb. y\^p\, Gen. xv.

.

m *^\V), clothing

f

He

clothes

— aixf^Uvwcnv—Apliel
Aph.
-

part, of
aff.
nn.
^

-

»

^^
Luke
afF.

Was
xxiii.

dressed,

put on

clothes

»

'^ ^^
sing.

(with

S.

11), Clothed a person.
X.

Pret.

2,

A «

A

with

Hebr.

5.-3.
pi.

pi.

n « n.!^, with
aff. S.

aff.

S.

Matt, xxvii. 28, 31, &c.

Imperat.

with

Luke

xv. 22.
16.

Heb. Hiph. ^^^/Hj Gen. xxvii.
IG

—Metaph.
— Gr.
_

Ps. cxxxii.

Chald. Aph. ^^S"!, Dan.

v. 29.

(/o ^V>

-m
7

,_,)CLL], little

of/with

—ye of
i.

little faith

oAiyoTrto-Tot

See note, oh.
p

v. 19, above.
fern. def.

n U«> yKn .m noun
Believed.

Truth, fidelity.
7.

— Derived from -lOjOl,
— OOl

«

7

See note,
|J
J

S.

John

31
32.

W

.

'^m

Transl. Therefore take no thought, or say.

OGl )VnV>v^

the Gentiles (see note, S.

John

v.

3)

to.

Wvq

is

pleonastic; compare S.

John

viii.

2G (note).


33.

.... ^OTiX «^I?) Transl. That also all these things are needful for you.

^_2lCDoZA1d, added, shall be added
part.
pi.

— Gr.

Trpoa-TeOtjcreTat

— Ethtaphal
Ethtaph.
<^

fern,

of

.^ITD...

Aph.

«.2irD0|,

Added.
3. pi.

.^imoIZf (Acts
Acts
ii.

xi. 24, &c.).

Was added.— Tret.
S.

O

rC)oLL]
xii.

41

Put.
as in

^^o2.Aj,
24.

Matt. xxv. 29; Hebr.
note ver.
27,

19

(adverbially,

Aphel, see
iv.

above)

Part.

^£iCDoZZ\k), S.
v.

Mark

PI.

masc. ^j_£irDoZAii, Acts

14.
II


34.

....

I

'

0C7I, Transl.

For

the

morrow

shall take thought

for

itself-

So the

Sin.

and Vat. MSS.

*CL2lCD, sufficient

— Gr. apKerov— For (ng^m, fem. Enallage of gender.

S.

MATTHEW

VII. 1—4.

255

CHAPTER
Ver.
2.

VII.
Iv

"jZvX^riO, with the measure

— Gr.

<S

fiirpta

—Noun
(S.

fern.
iii.

def.

A

measure, specially a lesser, as the masc.
(Castel, Scliaaf.)

form

John

34)

denotes a greater,

vP^I

'

^

'^^,

2/e

mete

ixtTpdre.

—Aphel
| ,

part. pi.

forming pres.

tense, of v>ai} (not used).

Aph. ^'\j^
Isa. xl.

Measured.

Heb. 7^2 Measured,
>

12.

—Hiph.

v^^Hj

1

Kings

vii.

26, 38.


3.

vv

.

n/ AV)
Sin.

it

shall he

measured

— Gr.

d.vTiixcTpr}6rja-eTai [fjnTp-qO-qcnTat,

and Vat.)

Ethpeel part, {for future) of the foregoing.

Ethpe. ^^j-oZZj,
jl 11

Was measured.

^,

the

mote

— to

Ka/3<^os

(i^t,

noun masc.

def.

A

small splinter of
\L...^\-.,

wood,

chaff, stubble, easily carried

away by the wind. R.

Rolled away.
wilt

Compare Job

xiii,

25, &'TnjT\ ^^"> ^J^'p'^t^l,

and

Thoupursue the dry stubble ?
7^1 7]!,

Syr. LS\ %^^j
Isa.

\

m

,

^

.

|L<fc_l^o.

Compare Heb.
wheel, Isa. v. 28;

Stubble,

xvii.

13.

Primarily,

A
A

Whirlwind, Ps. Ixxvii. 19.
SokoV

|^;JD,

the

beam

ttjv

—Def.
vi.

of «_>^, noiui fem. properly,
fitting together.

joist, rafter,

from their meeting and

— Occurs only
Pi.

in this chapter.

Heb. niip, 2 Kings
fitted beams, Ps. civ. 3.

2,

5.— R. Hip,

Met.

Laid or

AJ

I

;-k>j:d

,

considerest

— Karavoets —Part, (forming
Put. 5Q_K»,CiJ,
iii.

pres. tense) of ;_k>.^ ,
2. pi.

Perceived, tried or proved
xxviii.

^^-kk^^Z., Acts
def. "|2^a_^»jD,

2G
ii.

Part. Peil
6.

^j-Atd, Rev.

18.— Fem.

1 S. Pet.

Denv. P;«K»as, noun masc.
Heb. "inS) Proved, —
T
4.

def. Trial, 1 S. Pet.

i.

1

;

ii.

12.

Isa. xlviii. 10.

sCl2i\ <jDO*^ >, suffer (that)
€K/3aX(j)

I may pull

out;

let

me pull

out

a<^£S


MATTHEW
shall be

25G
«^A

S.

VII. 5—12.

Ver.

5.

^_^

.

f.K

}

it

made

clear to thee; thou ihalt see clearli/
7

— Gr.
Ethpe.
G.

SiafSXiil/ei^
;

—Ethpeel
Was
tried,

fut. 3. sing,

of ^-kk^, ver.
i.

3,

above.

''

^/

\

,

proved, S.

James

1 2.

|iiiX^l\,
Def.

to the

dogs

rots Kvat
ii.

PI. def. of

^d.^, noun

masc.

A

dog.

]iA£),

2 S. Pet.

22.

Hcb. iSs, Ps.

xxii. 17, 21; lix. 7, 15.

— —

tClO Aa_L^t '^Sd
1".

,

your
(ch.

^^ear^s
xiii.

tovs
46),

iJi.apyapLTa<;

u/xwi/

PI.

with

aflf.

of

^''
. 1

''

jA

.ij^

noun

fern.

def.

A

jjearl.

PI.

def.

)Al_3_/.-;k5, ch. xiii. 45.
|'^)-Kj, the

swine

— Gr. twv
boar.

x^Lp^ov

PI. def. of ;.j1.jj, def.
|Z.;_>]-kj,

f;_tV->^)
ii.

noun
22.

masc.

A pig,

Fern. def.
14.

the sow, 2 S. Pet.
thick.

Heb. yir\, Ps. Ixxx.

K

^|n Arab. Was
3. pi.

,Q_»0,J, they trample

KaTaTraTijauicnv

— Fut.
15

of »_»05 •-•J,
.-»(5,
pi.
>

Trod
» o^

dow)i
S.

Fut.

._»0,J,

Eev. xix.

Part.

Luke
Heb.

X. 19.

^^l'^.

Job xxxix. 15.— Chald. Dan.

vii.

23.


7.

^Cl^UQ_L|mj, they rend you,
7

prj^ioatv i^yita?— Pael fut. 3. pi.

with

aff.

of VJ]^, Clave asunder, split, tore.

— Pa.

7 7

Vi].ID,

the same

Part.

u]Avn
•X

S.

Luke

v. 37.
pi.

Q-»Q-D, knock
xii.

— Kpovere—Imperat.
-X

of .,«

m
7

(S.

Luke

xii.

3G
P

;

Acts
Fut.

13),
^
-n

Knocked at a door; struck a harp;
.11

2>itched a tent
"

•_»Q_QJ,
below.

1.

sing.

,_»Q-D|, Rev.

iii.

20


.

Part.

.

«
2.

n
1

1,

ver.

8,

PI.

_ib_*_QJ, S.
-

Luke

xiii.

25; Rev. xiv.

Ethpeel
Chald.
fear,
9.

« oi-^]^ Was

struck.

—Part.
lit.

m

D lAkD,

Cor. xiv. 7.

^pj,
v. 6.

Smote, as the knees one against the other for

Dan.

OT-ik ..^u»q1d, giving

him;
;

lolll

he give,

extend, hold out, to
25.

him?

Gr.
12.

cTTiSwcret

avTw

— See

note, S.

John xx.

The omission
those

of ovv in the

Syi*.

Vers, seems to justify the opinion of
is

who

observe that

it

here a mere expletive, or even

redundant, not necessarily connecting the precept in this verse

with the

forejroincr.

In the Sin. IMS. ovv

is

wanting.

S.

MATTHEW
a-rev^q

VII. 13—15.

257
^-^, used as

Ver, 13.

]t

'

^

J

strait

— Gr.

Part. Peil def. of

an"

adjective.

See note,

ch. xiv. 22.

lAs, wide

TrXttTcia

—Adj.

Broad, spacious.

— Fern. ]-iA^, Rev.
Dan.

xi. 8.

— Of form —
|.K»^o5, broad

part. Peil

from jA^, Was wide.
aff.

Chald. deriv. ^n3> -Breadth, with
Syr. YJtSi, Eph. iii.'lS.

iiL 1; Ezr. vi. 3.

£vpux<Jpos

Fern, of ^>«»^o3 (2 Cor.
part. Peil

vi. 11).

Adj. Wide,
,

spacious, enlarged.

Of form

from »>j03 (cogn. o^kj9 ojJ
to,

Breathed). Heb. n^*1> ^"^^ spacious, refreshment
1

impers. with 7,

Sam.

xvi.

23 ; Job xxxii. 20.^Syr. Pa. osi05
7

,

Enlarged.

Im-

perat. pi.
pret.
3.

QjaO), 2 Cor.
.

vi. 13 .7
1

Aph. ooOJj, Believed, refreshed,
Tim.
v.

sing.

fem.

A>jO?|,

10.

Also, Smelt, part.

•.K>^;i:D, 1 Cor. xii. 17.


14.

.

e

7

G1,-iuO, thereat, by
JSd,

it, lit.

by

its

hand

— Gr.
&c.

Si*

avr^s

how! used

as an interjection.
(is)

Transl.

How
^

strait

the gate,

— The

Sin.

and Vat. MSS.,

altered by a later hand, read

ti for ort.

7

—A-^uO,

strait

crTevt]
7

— Adj. occurring here only in the
j

N.

T

Form

part. Peil of

^-4^

^<^^ narrow.
worthless, Gen. xxxii. 11; 2
pi.

Heb. jbpj Was small,
15.

Sam.

vii.

19.

0301 Jl], beware
bright.

Trpoo-cp^ere

— Ethpeel imperat.
vi.

of 5oil, Shone,
,

was

In the N. T. only in

part. Peil pi. __t;_i011

Enlightened,

metaph.

Cautious, heedful. Gal.

1;

Hebr.

ii.

1; xii.

15.__
Pret.

Ethpe. JOljlj,

Made

sure, guarded,

was

diligent, cautious.
1

3. pi. OJCTljll' S.

Matt. xxviL 66
S.

Fut. 5cTljp,
pi.

Cor. x.
ver.
S.

12.—
11

3.

pi.

^Jcnjp,

Matt. xvi.

12.— 2.
35

^JOljlZ,

Imperat. JOIjlf,
xxvii. 64,

S.

Luke

xi.

Part.

pi.

^5oi5^,

Matt.

where

see note.

Heb. *^^T (not found in Kal).

Hiph. Taught, Exod.

xviii.

^0;— Warned,
iv. 22.

2 Ohron. xix.

10.— Chald. ^'\,

part. Peil pi. Ezr.

w.

('.

:}3

258

S.

MATTHEW

VII. 15—24.

Ver. 15.

Q-iH^ r-^» inwardly S. John XX. 26.

ecrw^cv

— Compound

adverb.

See note,


IC.

I^Q^-K*, ravening

apiray€<;

PI. def. of fc2)Q_^j.j (1 Cor. v. 11),
j)^'>'son,

noun
^
*-',

masc. Bapacious, a rapacious
Seized.

extortioner.

— R.

'<=^

(n

1

S, grajjes

—Gr.

(rTa(f>vX7]v

PI. def. (masc. form) of aClLI^, def.

jZidJ_L, noun fem. prop.

A

bunch of grapes.

Heb.

'2'y^,

Gen.

xl. 10, 11.

LXX.
PI.
def.

(na4>v\-q.



22.

\d^iCLO,
def.

thistles
thistle,

—Gr.
thorn.
PI.

rpifSoXwv

of j£i.^5Q_0,

noun masc.
vi. 8,

A

Lat. cardiLus.

Here and Hebr.
"(Aj"jZ,

only.

]j|2., figs
"

— avKa —
i.

def of |ZZ or

A

fig-tree.

See note,

S.

John

48.
Sai/xovia

J5^», devils

PI.

def of

\'>\j»

(ch.

xv. 22; xvii. 18),

noun

masc. def The Devil, a devil, evil
xvi. 9.

sinrit.

PI.

_j)(^,

S.

Mark

Heb. *^^ only in
17; Ps. cvi. 37.
23.

pi.

Q^ltJ^, Idols Le. demons, Deut. xxxii.

— R.

*l!)^,

Was powerful,

laid waste, Ps. xci. 6.

QmClk»3J, be far, depart
used).
X

—aTroxwpciTe —Apbel
Bom.
xvi.

impei'at. pi. of %^.j^y (not

Ethpe.
7 .
.-R

fcQ_K»5Z.|,

Withdrew himself, abstained.
17
Imperat.

Put.

2. pi.
7
..1,

^Q.n.^y LL, Acts XV. 29;
1

*Q_k»3Z.|,

Tim.

vi. 6.

(These forms are by some referred to Ethpa.)___ (Acts xix.
9),

Aph. xO-Kty

I

Removed, departed.
xxii. 12, 20.

Heb.
Gen.
24.

pJl"1>

Removed, was far from, Ps.
ciii.

Hiph.

xliv. 4; Ps.

12.

pDjZu, he

shall be

Weened

— Gr.

ofioiwcrw avTov.

(The Sin. and Vat.

MSS.

read o/xota)^77cr€Tat)__Ethpaal
^j.kJjZ')'",
.1

fut. 3. sing, of jSbj,
pi.

Was

like.

Ethpe.

Imitated.

Part.

.Vn^AV> Eph.

v. 1
of.

Ethpa.
Pret.

«

V>?Z.(,

If 'as

likened, transformed,

became an imitator
;

3.

sing.
1

fem. ZuLsojZf, S. Matt, xviii. 23

xxii.

2.-2.

pi.

^A^jZ")^
S.

Thess.
1.

i.

6;

ii.

14

Fut.
S.

3.

sing. ver.

fem.
11.

]^]lll,
1.

Matt. xxv.

2.

sing.

^^-iLL, 3

John
i.

sing.
pi.

]lD?Zf, Phil.

iii.

10.— 3.

1)1.

vOSdjAj,

Tit.

14 (Vienna).— 2.

;

S.

MATTHEW
xii. 2,

VII. 24-26.

259

Ver. 24.

^LojZZ'',
Phil.
iii.

Rom.

&c

Imperat.

pi.

QiDjZ"|
iii.

17

Inf.

Q_uk:?Aklli, 2 Thess.

7

,

1

Cor. xi. 1

Part. "jlijAk),

2 Cor.
2 Cor.

xi.
xi.

14.— PI.
15.

^_*-Lb?Ai,

S.

Luke

xx. 20;

Rom.

ix.

29;

_

\^£uJJit ^ wise— Gr. cj)povL/jM— Bel of
iii.

^
8,

t

^ Kt

(1 Cor. 1

iii.

18 ;
i.

S.

James

13), adj. Wise,

prudent— Fem. |V).nKt,
S.

Cor.

25.— PI.

masc.
X.

.An.

nl

>^

Luke

xvi.

&c.

Def. ]i2i.».^>j, S. Matt.

16,

&c.— PI.

fern.
7

^Sa'i^L,

ch.

xxv.

2.— Def. lAkil^^^,
(from
Pael),
pi.

ver. 4, 8, 9.

— R.

UlZi.j^,

Was

imse, knew.

Heb. D^n,
r/!2"'5n,
ii.

Ps-

cvii.
ii.

4.3.

— Chald.
pret. 3.

C3^'!5^l

^Vise,

Dan.

21.

Def. ^^'•^'•I!n, the magicians, ch.

12, &c.

]i.^, built

(OKoSo/Jirja-c

—^Yerb Peal

sing.— Put.
aff. S.

(1

m

,

S.

Luke

xiv. 28.

1.

sing. "jLof, ch. xii.
pi.

18:—with
49

Matt. xvi. 18;
S.

xxvi. 61.-2.
xiv.

^QJJoZ", Acts
S.

vii.

Inf.

linVlll,

Luke

30

Part. "|1^,

Matt, xxvil. 40, &c.
S.

:— Fem.
29,

Acts XX. 32.—PI. masc. ^-LlTD,
Peil ]i •^
,

Matt,

xxiii.

&c

l-^JLTi,

Part.

fem.
T T

'

]

i

A

S.

Matt.

v.

14; S.
T
:

Luke

iv. 29.

Heb. n^S, Gen.
Ezr. V.
3,

viii.

20.— Chald. ,1^3, Dan.

iv.

27.— ^^^3,
T
;

&c.

t^Q-», the rock

t-^v

irkvpav

—Noun
Acts

masc. def.

A

rock, stone, stony

ground
25.

PI. def. \^0-»,

xxvii. 29.
27.)

Q-j^Z"! heat
,

irpocriir^a-ov, {wpoa-eKoif/av, ver.

of

"|j_^

or

^l^,

Drove, agitated, troubled.

— Ethpaal — Part. fem.

pret. 3. pi.

U'rZ,

Hebr.

X. 2
its

Ethpa. wj^Z.V{S. Luke

vi. 48, 49),

Beat vehemently.

wjCnoilZui,
(S.

foundations
49;

PL with

aff.

of l^lZua, def

IAtdIA^
def.

Luke

vi.

xiv. 29),

noun fem.
vi.

A

foundation.— '?\.

(masc. form) "JiblAji, S.
Transl.

Luke

48.

For

its

foundations were laid (Gr. TeOefxeXiwTo yap) upon the

rock.

26.

]l^<-n

foolish— Gr. /AwpcS— Adj. masc.
Tit.
iii.

def.

SUly, senseless.— Yem.
iii.

def.

lA^llii,

9.— PI.

masc.

.

\^CY), Gal.

3.— Def.

U^,

200

S.

MATTHEW
xxiii.

VII. 26—29.

VIII.

1.

Ver. 26.

S.

Matt,

17,

19.— PI.
R.

fern.

,Jl£cD,

ch.

xxv.

2.— Def.

j^L^iim,

ver. 3, 8.
pi.

^Cim, Was foolish.

Heb. ^:i^,

Jer. v. 21.
afifiov


27.

U>-») ths

sand

— Gr. ryv

— Noun masc.
tttwo-i?

clef.

Heb. ^in, Exod.
wJdrled rotmd.
01A_1Q_2iLd, the fall of
ii.

ii

12; Ps. cxxxix.

18.— R. ^Tl,

Rolled,

it

r]

aun^s

— jAxng^V)
R. ^\.2iJ,

(S.

Luke

34),

noun
T

fern. def.

A falling

down, ruin.

Fell.

Heb.
28.

n7i3/!3j Isa. xxiii. 13; xxv. 2.
••

-

0001

— j'^OlZ.,
pi.

fAey

i«e?'e

astonished

— cteTAi^VcrovTo—Part.
Fut. ioiAj,
iii.

Peil pi.

masc. (forming imperf. tense) of 5criZ, Admired, was amazed.
Pret. 3.
ch. xiii.

OJOlZ,

ch. xxi. 20,

&c

3.

pi.

^5cjlAj,

54

Part. Peil ^-lOll, Acts

11.

29.

I

5^

*

^1

''

one having authority

— Gr.
.(X

c^ovcriav c^wi'

»4-^-» (not found in the N.T.),

Had poioer,
\

opjyressed.
(

— Pael of — Pa. -^ \
part. def.
.71

7

r.

Exercised authority.

Part.

»^^

fem.

32

Ethpa.
Part.

42lL»V,

the same
vi.

Fut.

^^ *^, J^L»1, 1

S.

Luke
vi.

iv.

Cor.

12.

J^L»^., Rom.
toSsj^, Eccles.
"
ii.

9

:— Fem. \\\^^m<n^
'

ver. 14.
ii.

Heb.
V. 7, 16.

19.— Chald. ^dS^, Dan.
and

39;

iii.

27;

.

.

.

.

|Jo, Transl.
Sin.

And

not as their Scribes,

the Pliarisees.

The

and Vat. MSS. read
ot ^apia-aloL

ol Fpa/x/xaTcts

aviwv.

— The

Cod. Ephr.

adds Kai

— a reading which

is

followed by the Vulgate.

CHAPTER
1.

VIII.

wjOIQ-SLOJ, they followed
aff.

Him
ix.
pi.

r/KoXou^T^crav avT<3
S.

— Pret.
4.

3.

pi.

with

of '<^rs
to.

1

(S.

Mark
3.

38;

Luke

xv. 15), Followed, joined
xvii.
S.

himself

— Pret.
Mark
*

Q_£lQJ, Acts
Fut.
vii.

1.

pi.

_2LQJ,
S.
ii.

with
X. 7:

aff.

S.

x.

28

^aOJ,
3.-2.

Matt. xix. 5;

Mark
21

— Fem.

*..^oZ.,

Rom.

sing.

^SLDl,

Col.

S.

MATTHEW
'

VIII. 1—5.

261
^

7

Ver.

1.

Imperat. k2iO, Acts

viii.

29.

7

PI.

Q_2LD, Rom.
vi.

xii.

16
PI.

Part.

^£l£U,

1

Cor.

vi.

17:

— Fein.
71

].2LQJ, Eev.

8.

masc.
13.

^

»

c^ni
masc.

Rev. xiv. 13
'

PI.

xir ^ ni
'

Part. Peil

c2U>QJ, Acts

viii.

Mark xv. 41
Acts
ix.

PI. Acts xi. 23, &c. 77.. Ethpaal ^2lQjZ.|, same as Peal.
X
7
-^

0..I7
fern.

•Xl>7T>.
9

,_2>i_aJ, S.

Inf. q_2lQJZ\1qA,

26

Part,

pi.

^
7

i

g^mAlD, Rom.

xii.

-^

^7

Aphel *£UD|,
i.

same
Pret.

as Peal (see
3.

Acts
.

xvii. 5), also,
.7

Began, Acts
^
.7

22,

«fec.

sing. fem.

Lsi^], Acts

x.

37 (wanting in Vienn. but

restored

by
cb.

Tremellius).
ii.


i.

1.

sing.

L£LO\,

ch.

xi.

15.

3.

pi.

Q.2LO]\

4.-2.

pi.

^L£i^],
Tl'^e^^

Phil. iv. 10.

Compare Heb. &pi,
Isa. xxix. 1.
« 7

round, in a course, as holy-days,

Hiph. Job

5.

Encompassed, Ps.
def.

xvii, 9, &c.

2.

(^r\t>
S.

*

?e/)er


i.

XeTrpos

—Noun
Luke
v.

masc.

Prop. Leprosy, see ver. 3;

Mark

42; S.

12, 13.

Whence,

A

leprous

man.

PI. def. "|£)-J., S. Matt. x. 8, &c.

Heb.
3.

i^il, Scab, scurvy, Deut. xxviii. 27.
TT

—LXX.
of ]bj.
Pret. 3.

ij/wpa

dypM.
clean.
X 7
• .1«

pjZ],

6e thou

clean— Ka6apL(r6r]TL
X 7
. .1>

Ethpa.
S.

fc_».DjZ.j (in

this ver.),

—Ethpaal imperat. Was —
cleansed.
3. pi.

Was
O
i

pi.

"^^L],

Luke

xvii.

14

Put. "[djAj,

^Q^jAj, Acts
^^
>

xxi. 23

Part. |£)5^.k), Hebr. ix.
S.

22.— PL

masc.

n?Al^,
ix. 23.
it,

S.

Matt.

xi.

5;

Luke

viL

22.— PI.

fem. ,_L55Ak), Hebr.


4.

(Av »

o

OXO, immediately

— Gr. ev^ews—
See note,
t<3 icpet

Lit. in
S.

in the hour,
i.

i.e.

in

that hour, at that

moment.

John
S.

39.
i.

PJtSX,

to the priests

— Gr.

— So also

Mai'k

44;

S.

Luke

v. 14, followed, as here,
i.

by ^OlZojOlDQA, for

their testimony,
or,

e.

the testimony of those

who were

healed
Gr.

;

the Priests'

testimony and warrant for their cure.
i.e.

cis

ixaprvptov avrots,
sc.

(as

commonly

interpreted) for a testimony unto thevi,

the

people.
5.

jJOi-^J-D, a centurion

€KaToVTap;i(os (Kcvrvptwv, S.

Mark

xv. 39, 44).

__Lat. centurio, whence the Syr. word.
xxiii. 23.

PI.

_j.JO'^J_D, Acts

— Def.

^JO'^^J-C))

^'^^'-

I''-

,

262
7 7

S.

MATTHEW

VIII. 6—14.

Ver.

6.

.r^

iA • V)

tormented

/3acravi^6fxevo<s

— Ethpaal

3. pi.

7

part, of

*QJL»,

Tortto'ed, afflicted.

—Pa. *Q_1_», the same.
(r>

Ethpa. .o iA ^j,

Was
ch.

tormented
ix.

Fnt. *OjA-«J, Eev. xiv. 10.
Part. fern.
S.

^OQJZLmJ,
2.

5;

XX. 10

iA

»^^

Rev.

xii.

PI. masc.

^> AiA^C-.^
8.
. .

Mark

vi.

48.

^5^.
ing.

^^2/ '''^^f

Aiou...T»)v (TTey-qv

jI^Lo, noun masc.
of

def.

A

dwell-

Occurs here only.

Form

A ph.

part, of \L,(^,

Aph. ^^j,

Overshadowed.

A fuller form occurs,
word;
lit.

ver.

20 below.


9.

(A\Vn«-^
•->r-»|

^j,

s'peak the

lit.

speak in the word

— Gr.

cittc \6-^ov.

Aj_k»Z, under me;
__iZ.|j,A, to

under

my

hands

— Gr.
i.e.

tJtt'

ifiavrov.

10.

fnV>v

them that loent with Him,

that followed.

Gr,

Tots aKoXovOovcTLv

—Part.

pi.

of jZj, with pref. relative 5, to
,^.

which

the
11.
(*-i;

first

vowel

is

remitted,

*^^^ the west
Set, as

— Gr.

8i»cr/xa)v

—and the prep. —Noun

of foi-m

Aph.

part, of

*^r^,
3,

the sun: a verb occurring in the N.T. only once, in fut.
7
1>

sing. »i:)f-U,

Eph.

iv, 26.
7

N.B.

This verb must not be confounded with *0;^, Mingled, sifted;

fut. .*^n;

M^

S.

Luke

xxii. 31,

where
7;
ciii.

see note.

Heb. I'nyD, m. Ps. Ixxv.
f.

12;

cvii.

3 ;— and M^'^WIlD

Isa. xlv. 6.
o?t^er
7

Uo},£i,
7
.

— Gr.

to

e^ojTepoi/

—Adj.

masc. def. Outward.
iv.

PI.

def.

«

(_t'^,

</iOse </iai

are without, S.
o /?puy/ios

Mark
.i>

11.

P

'X

»d5q_k», gnashing

— Noun

masc. of frequent occurrence
-K

7

-n

7

in this Gospel, and always with
(P'was/iec/.
f*

p

P.

*Of.>^,

Pa. *Dt-»a,

p

.7
/izs

14.

mAVni.^\j
def.

wife's

mother

Trjv Trei'Oepdv

avTov

— |AVok.
fcP
p

noun fem.

A

mother-in-law.
i.

Heb. niDn, Puth
T

14;

ii.

11,

lAj»j

C7L_ik

(,

-

'^>(;

the fever held her, i.e. sick

of a fever

— Gr.

irvpea-

(Tova-av

—Part.

Peil fem. used actively.
ii.

See Cowper's Gr. §91;

and

note, S.

John

6.

S.

MATTHEW

VIII. 16—25.

263
hy the Word.

Ver. 16

*Q^J0, Trans. And He
001 J, Trans. That
firmities.

cast out their devils

17

He

shall hear

our griefs and carry our in-

20.

|iLA^,

to the

foxes

(^01^

Aj], there are
def.

to

them),

i.e.

foxes have

Gr. 61 aAwTTCKcs cxovo-i

—PL

of (IlZ (S.

Luke

xiii. 32),

noun

masc. def.

Heb.
Ixiii.

^'^'!\'^,

A

fox, jackal, Neh.

iii.

35 (E.Y.

iv.

3);

Ps.

11.

P^-Q-J} holes

— Gr.

(f)Oi\eov<s

PI. def. of (A.QJ,
S.

noun masc.
58.

def.

A

den,

cave.

Occurs only here and
cleft,

Luke

ix.

—R. ^IQJ, Ethiop.
masc.
part,
def.

Was

gaped open.

Heb. metaph. Was alienated from, Ezek.

xxiii. 18, 22, 28.

I

\ \(\^^ a
.

nest, shelter

— Gr.
ix.

Karao-KT^vojcrets

—Noun
Aph.

PI.

\\^<J^

S.

Luke

33.— Form

of

from^,

Aph. ^^1, Overshadowed.
24.
(,1

N

^
".

^j

with the waves

v-tto

twv

Kvixdroiv

—Noun

pi.

def.

(sing,

wanting),

A
pi.

wave.

—R.

\^i ^\i> Heb.
xlii.

77]!, Boiled.

Heb.

C3^^^, Ps.

8; Ixxxix. 10; cvii. 25, 29.

jocn yt.x^i,
~

He was
y

asleep

— iKaOevSe—Part.
...

Peil (forming imperf.

tense) of
death,

^SO)

(S.

Luke
2.

viii.

23), Slept,

and metaph.

Slept in

was dead.

— Pret.
S.
.

sing. AllLOj (so
xiv.

Vienna and most
pi.

Eds.,

others read
xiii.

L:^^),

Mark
ch.

37.-3.

QjqSdj,

S.

Matt.
iv.

25:
1.

— Fem.
pi.
1

'^^ ^^
1

xxv. 5
1

Fut. *^^r-l, S. Thess.
xiv.
v.

Mark

27.

j^^fJ,

Cor. XV. 51;

6

Imperat.pl.
pi.

aiik)5, S. Matt. xxvi. 45; S.
—juliSDj,
participial

Mark

41

Part, ^k??,

Thess. iv. 13; v.

7.

—For the regular
came
reads
to

participle, the
xi. 12.

noun

j^lDj

is

often used; see note, S.
disciples

John

25

a^^-OO,

Transl.

And His
24.

awaken Him.

For

^(JIOj-l^Ljj, which
as in S.

is faulty,

a

MS.

^'^"l*^^y^{,

^OlO^j^l,

Luke

viii.

264.

S.

MATTHEW

VIII. 26—30.

Ver. 26.

^^A\q-k.5, fearful—SeiXoi— PI
adj.

of ^2l1q_»^5, def. ]jAX(Lk.5,

Timid, alarmed.

PI, def. p/LlQ_Ki),

Rev. xxi.

8.

—R.
»i:i

^\.k»>,

Feared.

|p, He rebuked

liriTifxria-i

—Verb
xviii.

pret, 3. sing, followed

by
3.

of the
o]i),

object, Rep'oved, restrained, forbade, charged.
ch.


S.

Pret.

pi.

xix.

13;
xvii.
viii.

S.

Luke
xix.

15
Inf.

Put.

]]£iJ.__Imperat.

wiP,
41.—

S.
S.

Luke

3;

39

]]nV^\,
iii.

Matt. xvi. 22;

Mark

32

Part. "|]^, S.

Mark

12; S.

Luke

iv.

Pi.

^JID,

S.

Matt. XX. 31,"&c.
Afflicted, saddened,

Heb. nX3> Kal not used; Hiph.
xiii.

Ezek.
!*>•
T

22.

—Niph.

T T

Was humbled,
1

Ps. cix. 16.

Compare

T^T^^i
T

Reproved, restrained,
i

Sam.

iiL 13.
-

\ •,

a

calm—

yaX-qvrj

— Def.
(

of

'

\ »,

noun masc.
S.

Tranquillity,

silence.

Adverbially,
see note.

»

n •

rr^> immediately,
,

Mark

ix.

8,

where

R. \Lm or .„t,\ >
iii.

Ceased,

was

still.

Heb. 'h^, 2 Sam.
7
29.
T
..
.

27:— ^Sk^",
24.

Ps. xxx.

7:— HlSt^*,

cxxiL

Chald. n^K^', Dan.

iv.

j^_Lo

_A

|Ld, what have

we

to

do with Thee?

ti ly/ttv koX trot;

— See
Pael

note, S.

John
JiSc

ii.

4.

— —

1^—^, hither

— —Adv. of
with
aff.

place.

See note,

S.

John

ii.

16.
rjixa.<;

_QJ_»Z.J,

tJbat

Thou mayest torment us
7

— Gr.

f3aaavi(rai
-R

7

fut. 2. sing,

of *£1J_», Tortured.
xi.

Pa. .£UL^, the same.
^

Pret.

3. pi.

CLCU_», Rev.
8.

10

Put. -"^^ «

Part.

»ClLLSd,

2 S. Pet.
Deriv.

ii.

(n

io »

noun masc.

def.

Torment, 2

S.

Pet.

ii.

4, &c.

Compare Heb. pjn> Niph. Hanged
Pi. Strangled,

himself, 2

Sam.

xvii. 23.

Nah.

ii.

13.

30,

,nm i^n

v>Gri_^,

a good way

offfrom tli^m—jxaKpav air avrwi/

v>C7T_u,
3.

adv. of place. There, Gr. Iku,

Hebr.

vii.

8;

S.

James

ii.

Followed by

_ Lo,

adv. of distance, Beyond, as

^*^*^
:

^_iD v>aT^,

beyond Babylon, eVcKctva Ba/SuXwi'o?, Acts vii. 43

— ^QJHiiD ^CJI^,

S.

MATTHEW
Gr.
tts

VIII. 30—33. 2
Cor.

265
x.

Vei'.

30.

beyond you,

ra virepiKeiva

vfx.(ov,

16:

\)TL^ _1do
Rev.
xxii. 2.

|id301

^^,

on

either side, Gr. ivTivOiv

/cat

ivTtvOei',

The

Syr.

\>CJI

(always witli pref. J^) answers to the Heb.

J^/H, properly a noun, Distance, remoteness; always with final

n_, nX /H) T T T
:

adv. of place,
xviii. 9.

Away, further, Gen.

xix. 9; or of time,

Forward,

1

Sam.
dyiX.r]

IrCl^, »

^i^'i'd


S.

—Noun

fern. def.

Properly

A

herd of oxen, but

used of other animals, which are then
form,
it

specified.

Though

of sing,
is

takes Ribui, as a

noun

of multitude.

Ribui, however,

wanting,

Mark

v. 11, 13.

Heb. "IpS,
|tt

for the
,

most
Split,

pai't collectively.

Oxen

for ploughing,

Job

i.

1 4.

— R. *lp3
I-T

furrowed the ground.

Compare

Lat.

armentum
32.

for

aramentnm, from arare,

L*hL, ran

straight

— Gr.

wp/xrjcr^

— Pret.
i.

3. sing. fern,

of

.

3Z.,

Directed,
xvi.

guided, ivent in a straight course.
11
iii.

Pret.

1.

pi.

y\>^, Acts
S.

Put, fOJLji,
4
Part. Peil

S.

Luke

79

Imperat. pi 0»o5Z.,

Luke

^3^,

used as a noun, Right, straight, Acts

viii.
ii.

21.— Def.
f>

ll-.'i-, ch. ix.
def.

11.— Fem.
xiii.

def. '{l^Jil, 2 S. Pet.

15.
. P

-PI. fem.
-x

l^-I^J^, Acts

10.

Deriv. j.JoZ.,

noun

raasc. def. Correction, reformation, 2

Tim.

iii.

16;

Hebr.

ix. 10.


^.^.^,

uj) to the top of
Kprjfivov.

the precipice, whence they leaped

down

— Gr.

Kara tov

|^a..Q.«.bL, to the rock

— Noun masc. def —
of part. Peil.

Lit. A.n

overhanging rock,

hollowed out by the beating of the waves beneath.

— R. s'^O •,
parallel

Beat against.
Transl.

Form

And

th<U v;hoh herd

ran

straight tip to the top of the rock

{cliff),

and

they fell

(sc.

1v-»{>j) into the sea.
S.

Compare the

passages, S.

Mark

v.

13;

Luke

viii.

33.

33

ajQ»K»0, Transl.

And

they told everything that

was

{done),

and

concerning those demoniacs.

w.

c.

34

200

S.

MATTHEW

IX. 1—13.

CHAPTER
V er.

IX.
ivdvfj.ijaeL'i

4.

—ras of ]A^>^lD, ]h'^» K^ fem. IViought, reasoning, doubt. — XV. &c. — E. »n Thought,
^OlAn
kkSd,
^/jfir

thouyhis

avrwp

PI.

with

aff.

def.

(S.

Luke

ix.

46, 47),
..

noun
Matt.

PI. def. ] A«-^

m

.Vi

g.

19,

Kj,

deliberated.

Heb. n^trrtto, Gen.
T T
«^«

vi.

5:— and

*;

-•

r\'2m'!2, Estli. —
'.'

viii. 3, 6.

n

I

^,

frtft"?/

— Gr.
I

cvKOTTwrepov
S.

— Adj.
9; S.

V

-;

lit,

Uxjilained, laid
v.

open,—
of part.

Fem. ]o

a^,
ft

Mark

ii.

Luke
-ri

23,

Form

Peil from >n
9.

^

(not used).

Pa.

«

g^
^

Explained.

(m^^o
7

Zl»>0, «i

</ie

receipt

of custom

— Gr.

cVi to reXouVtoi/
S.

Lit. ^Ae

house OT place of the publicans.

See note,

John

ii.

16.

10

r—"^' Tiansl.

And

as they were sitting at 7neat (kol diaK€t/xeVwi',

Sin. MS.), in the house, there

came many publicans and
disciples.

sinners,

and
12.

sat

doum with Jesus and with His

].*-CD(, the

physician

— Gr.

laTpov

—Def. of lli],
A
v.

part, of

pD], Healed.

The

part. def. is used as a

noun,

physician, one that heals.

PI.

(fem. form)
[.k~1.7,
7

V-^'i,

S.

Mark

26; S.

Luke
ii.

viii.

43.— So

also

a shepherd,

pi. def.

(Z.Q_L), S.
it

Luke
tl

8.

13.

QJ.LD, ichat that meaneth, ichat
xiv. 22.

is

Icmv

— See

note, S.

John

n

1

KJ,

mercy

— eXcof—Noun
y
,

masc.

def.

Grace, kindness, comiJassion.

R. ^J-j^ _ao

^Yas gracious,
vi. 8.

had pity.

Heb. [n, Gen.
Transl.

I

seek (^require) mercy.

(A»_05,

sacrifice

— Ovaiav—Noun

fera. def.

— R.
xii.

«-k>.^j, Sacrificed.

For the masc. form

]js>,ri5, see S.

Mark

33, note.
pref.

|.q1i)V-^, the righteous
T 7


ii.

SiKatovs

PI. def.

with

A
.
f>

of the object,
17

of sCL^'i\ (S.
X. 41,
S.

Luke

25), adj. Just, upright.
ii.

Def. {nj?], S. Matt.

&c.— Fem.
i.

def. ]2j:1j?1> 2 S. Pet. *
7

8.— PI.
jidj.

masc.
is

.

n
1^

X]
'
,

liuke

G.

— R.

*0}\.

Was just.

Fi-orn this

derived

S.

MAJTHEW
1

IX. 13—16.

267

Ver. 13.

A->^Q-.5l, adv. Justly,

Cor. xv. 34.

Heb.
Transl.

p^'^y:, Ps. xi. 7.
to call the righteous,

For I am not come
ets

hut sinners.

The

words

/Aeravoiav are

wanting in the

Sin.
ii.

and Vat. MSS. both
17.

here and in the parallel passage, S.
14.
1 .

Mark

Vn

>

.

(for

^i-KJ —JLkL*.)

ive

fast

vrjcrTeuo/^ei/

— Part,

forming

pres. tense.
15.

See note, ch.

iv. 2,

above.
vv/a^ojvos

paj-iij, of the bride-chamber

—rod

— Noun

masc. def.
S.

Oc19;

curring only here and in the parallel passages,
S.

Mark

ii.

Luke

V. 34.

Pi,,

^hii Heb. p^,

Covered over, protected.
fut. 3. sing, of ^^.Q_», S.
.

\lDL.Mu2, shall be taken aioay
Eaised, removed.
S.

airapOfj

— Ethpeel
S.

—Ethpe. ^o-OA^|, Was
Fut.
3. sing. fern.

removed,

Luke

xxiv. 31

\hl\j^l

(for

Mark ii. 20; .\nA«7),
Part.

S.

Matt. xxi. 43

Tmperat.

^o'Aj]'
iii.

Matt. xxi. 21
masc. -..i-N

\hL m V?, fern. |lD'A.«.ii, 2 Cor.
Acts
16.
viii.

16.— PL

O^

V>,

33.

jAi».o3oj, a jjiece of cloth
7

iiTLftXij/xa

on.

P.

K^h

,

Pressed together,

fitted.

— Noun — Occurs
is

fern. def.

Anything sewn

elsewhere only in
,

the parallel passages.— From the same root
def.

derived p^iDOJ

pi.

p.^0), Gr. aifiLKivOia, Acts xix. 12.

\

»

^*~>; old

— Gr. TraXatw — Part. masc.
jl^j, 1 S. Pet.
i.

def. of

|lo or uj.Xo, Was
S.

old',

grew old.— ^art.
xii.

23.— Pl.'masc. ,_^Sr:,
an
ii,

Luke

33.

Used

in the def state as
S.

adjective.

PI.
v.

fem. def.

|7\;-\A in the next verse;
pointing
(

Mark

22;

S.

Luke

37.— The
is faulty.

»

\*^ and |A
T T

.

\*^^ found in

some
cii.

Editions,

Heb. H/S) Grew
adj.

old, Ps. xxxii. 3;
ix. 4, 5.

27.

—H/S*
V T

f^"^-

H/Sj T T

Wor7i out. Josh.
.

kSoZZ

(for

.

c^n? ?j

may

tear aiuay

— Gr.

aipet

—Fut.
7

3. sing.

fem. of

«^Aj, Drew, dragged.

— Fut. ^SoAj.

Occurs here only in Peal.
()

—Ethpeel
guided,
S.

7

(or Ethpa.) part. pi. fem.

^.sAjAId, are turned

about,

James

iii.

4.

-

-

208

S.

MATTHEW

IX. lC-23.

Ver.

16.

\^\^,
Occurs

the

rent

o-xiV/Aa

— Noun

masc.

def.

— R.

Vi].0,

Tore.

liere only.
its

Transl. That

fidness,

i.e.

tlie

piece inserted,

may

not tear

away

from
17.
\Ji^\,

that garment,

and

the rent

become worse.

bottles

bladder, wine-shin.

j_»|ASd, be
Eth2:>e.
i.

— — R. j)Oured out — Gr.
da-Kov'i

— Gr.

PI. def. (masc.

form) of ^Ol, noun fem.
T^T)]

A

*Q.ID1,

Heb.

Poured, Job xxxvi. 27.
part, of ,„»|, Poured.
S.

lK-x<uTai

— Ethpeel
and


the

j.j(Z|,

Was

i:)0ured, ch. xxiii.

35;

Luke

xi.

50; Acts

18.

Transl. That the bottles be not broken,
bottles 2}erish.

the

wine

sjnlled,

and

^;_4jZ\1d,

j)''i'sserved,

are preserved

q-vvT-qpovvrai

—Ethpeel
^4^^'

part. pi. of

'^,
21,
viii.

A"e;9i!.— Ethpe.
pi.

-^iX, Was
2 S. Pet.

kept
ii.

Fut.
Part.

-^^ts xxv.
S.

25.-3.
29.

^^'Aj,

4

r^Ak),

Luke

18

]Z(, Transl. There

came a certain rider (and) approached (and)

worshipiyed

Him.

19

!i<LDO, Transl.

And

Jesus arose, and His

disciples,

and

they fol-

lowed him
20.

(loent after him).

OllsDj (OOl (jjj, whose blood

had flowed

— Gr. alixoppoovaa — Part, with
def.

(OCT, here with force of pluperf. tense.
23.
r,il5l,

the oninstrels

—rous

avXr]Td<;

— PI.
Ezr.

of (;lDl,

noun masc.

def.
7

A

singer,

musician.

Occurs here only in the N.T.

— R.

'^:^\,

Sung, played on an instrument.
Chald. n^T,
T
pl. def.

Xn^T, T
-T

vii. 2-k
«

I
'

7

1\

* W

*

^^'

^'^^^^

(were)
..

making a noise— Gv.
Disturbed
Ethjie.
-

6opvj3ovix€vov

— Ethpeel
i.

part. pl. nf

.

»

m

^

*

1

1 ''

*
I

(S.

Luke

12;

Acts

ii.

6),

Was

troubled, agitated, confounded.

— Pret.
Pet.
S.
iii.

3. sing.
cli.

fem.

Zu^/A^t, Acts

xix. 29; xxi.
2.

30.— 1.

pl.

^.jL^.A^f,
S.

xix. 40.

_Fut.

^^^A^,
1

pl.

^„M-^X»r,

1

14

Part.

r.A.«.ii,

Cor.

xiii.

4:— Fem. \^^»^}),

Matt. xiv. 24.

S.

MATTHEW
i.e.

IX. 24—27.

269

Ver. 24.

o np; <^

,

givi jjlace,
pleonastic)

withdraw, depart (followed by pers.
7

pron. dat.

— avax^petrc — Imperat.
off,

pi.

of sd^Si (ch.

xxvi. 39, jtc), Broke

spjmrated; whence, Set free, delivered,

redeemed; and reciprocally, Set himself free, departed.
sing.

—Pret.
xxii.

1.

LOi^,

Avitli afF.

Acts

xxiii. 27.
ii.

3. pi.

CLD^,
aff.

cli.

29;

xxvi. 31
43,
4, V.
tfec.

Fut. »D0;_£1J, 2 Tim.
1.

19; with

S.

Matt, xxvii.

(fee.

— —

sing. sO0-r2:>X,

Acts

vii.

34.-3.

pi.

^QJD;..2U,

Acts
S.

i.

2. pi.

^jQ^Eji., Hebr.
S.

iii.

12

Imperat.
Inf.

^0-^,

Luke
aff.

8; with

aff.

Matt. xiv. 30, &c
Part.

*o]^'-})\, with
i.

5.
S.

Matt, xxvii. 49

»D^,
masc.

2 Cor.

10:— Fern, loj^,
Part.

Luke

ii.

37;

ix. 39.
i.

PI.

^.x.

O^g), Acts xix. 12
S.

I 9

Peil *0_.^a. Acts
%0-r2i\,

12, (fee:

—see note,

John

xi.

18
xii.

Aph.
8

Removed,
X

caused to abstain.
V

Fut. *D;_2U, 2 Cor.

Part.

pi. ^_i.ID;..2ilD, 1

Tim.

iv. 3.
off,

Hob. p13, Broke, broke
vii.

liberated.

Gen. xxvii. 40; Ps.
iv. 2i.

3; cxxxvi. 24.
the

— Chakl.
Kopdaiov
to

p1i3, imperat. Dan.

— —

"JA

.

\/
iv.
.

maid — to

— Noun
scorn

fern. def.

— See

note, S.

John

OOOl
~

yip
49.

n

^.. ..

they laughed
7

KareyeA-cov
.

— Part.
^-

pi.

(fomning
11

imperf. tense) of ^ukk-., Laughed, derided.

Followed by

^^ of

7

the object
Part. ^>a-<..

Fut. j^^^i^J,

2.

pi.

^ O *^\-'

I^^^^e vi. 21

Cogn. Hebr. ppl^, Gen.
7

xviii. 12, 13.

2')

r^O) Transl.

And when He had put forth

(dismissed) the crowd.

27.

«_iCriQ_QiI25, folloioed

Him — rjKoXovOriaav
X. 11), Clave,

av'rw

— Pret.

3.

pi.

with

aff.

of

%CLi2)'i

(S.

Luke

adhered
I 7

to.

Pret. 3. pi.

Q-Q^j,
v,

Eev.
Acts

xviii. 5
xiii. 7.

Fut. *Q.rD,J
'

Part. Peil *Q.j.^j, S.
X

Mark

24;

— PI. masc. __A.O..k_Oj,
Ps.
cii.

S.

Mark

vi.

1.

Heb.
ii.

'p'yr\,

6; cxix. 31

Chald. p!l1, part.
»

pi.

Dan.

43.

7 7 ..K 'i)CL»^hL\,

have mercy
•«

iXerjo-ov

— Ethpaal

_

,

imperat. of i>CLK»), Loved.
ii.

7

Pael i>Q>j>, Pitted, had mercy on, Phil.

27;

1

Tim.

i.

16

;

270
Ver. 27.^

S.

MATTHEW
xi. 32.

IX. 27—35.

Fut. isQjo^J,
pi.

Rom.

1.

sing. i>CL*j3], ch. ix, 15

Tmperat.
ix.

QiQjll,

S. Jutle ver.

23

Part.

^ioL^, Rom.
Was moved
j

15, 18;

xii. 8.

i

Ethpa.

i>Q»K»5Z.( (ver. 36, below, &c.),

to

compassion
ix.

and, actively. Pitied.

— Pret.

1.

sing.

AVn...^/

Rom.

25
tlie

This verb, contrary to the general rule, retains the vowel of

2nd

rad. in Ethpa. imperative.
S.
viii.

But some Editions read
y ?
-r.

^sOj^jZ-j, ~

here and
S.

Lvike xvii. 13
2.

Part. ULkjjZxLd, S. Matt. xv. .32;

Mark
iy

7

28

Q.d;.ID, Transl.

They brought

to

Him

those blind men.

30
31.
~

Ii-kkIdo, Transl.

And

immediately

tlieir

eyes loere opened.
Sie^^f/xtcrav

fc-iOlon

1^1,

they sjiread abroad
]il.

His fame

.7.


>

avrov

]n'et. 3.

with

aff.

of k'~\'~)^

<^i. Knew,
.71?

-^7
%*~)'^

Q,

Made known, re2)orted, __^^.50 -

7i.7
.

teas assured of.
i

— Aphel — Pa. X7
S.

V?^;

\l> _»_i:iCu^.SD,

they will report of us that

we swore and were false, Bar Hebr. Chron.

Aph. *Cl^] (and »ID^]), Published a report:
i.

—with

aff,

Mark
of

45.

Occurs not elsewhere in the N.T.

Cogn. Heb. ii"^, Poel ^^li'^, ~
T

Made

talkative, once,

Song

Sol. vii. 10.
7

32

r^Oj Transl.

And when
whom

Jesus was gone out, they brought
(or,

to

Him

a dumb [man) in

on ivhom) teas a

devil.
xii.

yjB'fjk^,

a dumb

(man) — kw^ov— Def.
is

of «,^;-»o (ch.

22; S.

Luke

i.

22).

noun masc. One who

mute, deaf and dumb.^

—Fem.

def.

"lA^jJ^, S.

Mark

ix.

25.— PI.

masc. def. ]2-;lt,
ii.

S.

Matt.

xi. 5, (to

—PI.

fem. def. 12;^-;^, 2 S. Pet.
1-1.

12.— R.

^l^,

Was mute

Heb. ^"iPij Ps. xxxviii.
2; cix. 1,
33.
5

— Compare Ps. xxxix. 13; Ixxxiii. where the verb occurs; — with Ps. xxviii.
'IJ2,

1.

,-Id,

when;

lit.

^rom

(the time) that.

Transl.
35.

And

ivhen the devil

was gone

out.

The

-words, Iv

tw

Aau!,

which are not expressed in the Syr. Vers., are

wantins; in the Vat.

MS.

S.

MATTHEW

IX. 37.

X. 1—8.

271

Ver. 37.

Uil^,

the labourers

ol

IpydraL

— Part.

pi.

masc. def. of \\\'=^,

Acted, worked.

Part. \\^g^, def. ]ls<=0 (ch, x. 10; S.

Luke

x. 7),

used in this state as a noun, One that tvorks, a kd)ourer.

Heb. 7VS,

Ps. xi. 2:

— found only in the poetical Books.

CHAPTER
1.

X.
^21±^,
def.

\L21X^, unclean— Gr. a/ca^uprwr
(S.
S.

PI. fern. def. of

y21±-i
('=^
1

Luke

iv.

33), adj.

Impure, abominable,
viii.

base.

Fern.

(^,

Mark

V.

8; S.

Luke

29
1

:— Def.
Tim.
Part.

I'A^LL^^
8,

S.

Matt.

xii.

43,

&c._-.Pl. masc. def. ]'^V >,
soiled.

iii.

&c.— R. s2^, Was
S.

Pa, -^'^j

,

Folhited.

pi.

^^..^li^k),

Jude

ver.
1 S.

8
Pet.

Ethpa. ^Sli^Zf,
i.

Was

defiled.

^^Vq.vL fem. ]iuL^Z\!iD,

4.

N.B.

The verb

-^^^ ^ refers properly to bodily, as \\1L^ to spiritual
Castel.
Sol. v. 3.

or ceremonial uncleanness.

Heb. bJtO,
2.

Pi. once,

Song of

(''•»

\ # ....), 36;

ofi

the Apostles

— tmv aTroaro Awv — See

notes, S.

John

v.

xiii. IG.

Transl.

And 0/ them,
(fee.

the twelve Apostles, the

names are

these: the first

of them,
3.

t-j-JL^Zilj,

who was surnamed, whose surname was
pret.

o

€7nKXr]9eL<s
title.

Ethpaal
I
« 1 1

of

}XD (not used) Arab. Called by a
honourably.

Pa.
Part.

7

O, Addressed

Ethpa.

Was

entitled

]1dALd, Acts
Heb.
4.

xii. 1.

Pi. ni35)
T

Addressed kindly hy name,,
21, 22.
to the

Isa.

xliv. 5; xlv.

Flattered,

Job xxxii.

G

Q-^1, Transl,

But go ye rather

sheep that are

lost

from

the

house of Israeli
8.

akJj-IDJ

|Aj.Ld, raise the dead

— v€Kpov%

lyeip^Tc

— Those
CIr.

words are

wantiiiiT in the

Vienna Ed. and

also in

manv

MSS,

272

S.

MATTHEW
not

X,

9,

10.

Ver.

9.

yO^^L

]}, jn-ovide
i.

/xr}

K-njarjaOe

— Fut.

2. pi.

(for imperat.)

of ]j_D (Acts

18:

so Tremellius, Hutter,

and the Polyglotts,

followed by Schaaf;

— the
xxii.

Vienna and other Ed?, read (JLD,

part. Peil) Acquired, obtained, provided, possessed.

— Pret.
Jude
Thess.
1

1.

sing.

A-i_Ld, with

aff.

Acts

28.-3.
Inf.

pi.

oLo,

S.
1

ver. 4
iv.

Fut. ]?n"l, S. Matt. xvi. 2G
Part.

]1qLq\,
masc.

4
iii.

(J»0, S.

Luke

xviii.

12.

— PL

_uJ_0,
S.

Tim.

13
masc.

Part. Peil (see above):

— Fern. j^J-D,
Aphel

Lnke

xxi. 4.

— PI.
is

_^A.D, Acts

iv.

34.

In these passages the part. Peil
Part.
to

used actively
I

Ethpeel ,_»JLdZ.|, Was acquired.
viii.

fem.

*

1

oZ^,
(l

Acts
S.

20
i.

-

«

^

f^]

,

Caused

possess.

Part.

nV),
tIt

James

3:

— Fem.
def.

(jJLQk), Hebr.

x. 39.

Heb. njp,
vii.

G^en. iv.

1;

Ps. cxxxix.

13.— Chald.

5<Jp, Ezr.
tI;

17.

(SdIid, silver

— apyvpov— Noun masc.
— ;(aXKoV—Noun masc.
iv.
V
;

— R. Viorn

i^iro, Deposited,

laid

tip.

(.A-KjJ, hi-ass

def. Brass,

brazen coin.

R. Arab.

]]as hard.

Heb. nt^'nJ, Gen.

22.— Chald. l^n}, Dan.
T

ii.

32, &c.
PI.

— ^O m
»

i

n*^,

til

your

2i^''i'ses

— Gr.
36),

tis

ras 4wvas

vp-biv

with

aff.

of