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The Abbreviated<br />

<strong>Coptic</strong> - <strong>English</strong><br />

<strong>Dictionary</strong><br />

<strong>Adeeb</strong> B. <strong>Makar</strong>


THE ABBREVIATED<br />

C O P T I C - E J N Q U S H<br />

<strong>Adeeb</strong> B. <strong>Makar</strong><br />

Published by<br />

St. Antonius <strong>Coptic</strong> Orthodox Church<br />

San Francisco Bay Area, CA<br />

2001


THE ABBREVIATED<br />

COPTIC - ENGLISH DICTIONARY<br />

By'.<br />

Dr. <strong>Adeeb</strong> B. <strong>Makar</strong><br />

Published by:<br />

St. <strong>Mina</strong> Monastery - Egypt<br />

St. Antonius <strong>Coptic</strong> Orthodox Church<br />

San Francisco Bay Area, California<br />

2500 Hansen Road, Hayward, CA 94541<br />

Tel: (510) 889-7035<br />

Fax: (510) 889-0218<br />

e-mail: matthias@antonius.org<br />

http://www.antonius.org<br />

Printed in: St. <strong>Mina</strong> Monastery Press.<br />

First Edition, 2001<br />

Catalog No.: 14687 \ 2001<br />

ISBN No.: 977 - 5908 - 10 - X


FOREWORD<br />

Since I met Dr. <strong>Adeeb</strong> <strong>Makar</strong> in the United States many years<br />

ago, I have not ceased to ask him to issue a <strong>Coptic</strong>-<strong>English</strong> dictionary.<br />

With this publication, I can now say that my dream has been fulfilled.<br />

The <strong>Coptic</strong> language is the last phase of the evolution o f the<br />

language o f the ancient Egyptians. The words “<strong>Coptic</strong>” and “Egyptian”<br />

have the same meaning. The earlier phases o f the <strong>Coptic</strong> language,<br />

represented in the Hieroglyphic and Hieratic alphabets, became so<br />

difficult that the common person became unable to correlate their<br />

phonics with his own. Hence, rose the Demotic phase, a much less<br />

pictographic form than its two predecessors, but still inaccessible to the<br />

growing needs o f daily life. With the coming of the Greeks and the<br />

spread o f Christianity in Egypt, Demotic was found inadequate for the<br />

reproduction o f the Christian scriptures.1 Egyptian scholars and scribes<br />

transliterated purely Egyptian texts into the Greek alphabet. As that<br />

alphabet could not cope with all the native sounds, they adopted the last<br />

seven additional letters o f the <strong>Coptic</strong> alphabet from their own Demotic<br />

script. In the course o f the latter half of the second century AD, the<br />

<strong>Coptic</strong> language was used along with Demotic. By the end of the second<br />

and beginning o f the third century, most of the books of the Bible had<br />

been rendered in <strong>Coptic</strong>. The oldest Biblical codex in <strong>Coptic</strong> on papyrus<br />

contains big portions of the Letters of St. Paul, and is estimated to have<br />

been written around 200 AD.2<br />

As for this book, The Abbreviated <strong>Coptic</strong>-<strong>English</strong> <strong>Dictionary</strong>, it is<br />

my pleasure and honor to introduce it to scholars all over the world as a<br />

great achievement. This dictionary is amazing in that it combines both<br />

scholarship and simplicity. Scholars may highly benefit from it, and<br />

beginners may easily use it.<br />

1 H. I. Bell, Egypt from Alexander the Great to the Arab Conquest; A Study in the<br />

Diffusion and Decay of Hellenism, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1984, pp. 112-113; A. S.<br />

Atiya, History of Eastern Christianity, Notre Dame, Indiana, University of Notre Dame<br />

Press, 1967, pp. 17-19.<br />

2 J. Finegan, Light from the Ancient Past, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1959,<br />

pp. 352ff.


The author, Dr. <strong>Adeeb</strong> <strong>Makar</strong>, was raised in a family that is well<br />

known in Egypt for its interest in the <strong>Coptic</strong> language and the <strong>Coptic</strong><br />

culture. Various churches and individuals in the USA and Canada<br />

regularly consult him on matters that are related to the <strong>Coptic</strong> language.<br />

Dr. <strong>Makar</strong> served as a member of the Liturgy Translation Committee of<br />

the Diocese o f Los Angeles and the Diocese o f Southern USA. His<br />

responsibility on the committee was to ensure that the <strong>English</strong> translation<br />

would be consistent with the <strong>Coptic</strong> text of the Liturgy. He is frequently<br />

asked to teach <strong>Coptic</strong> to the youth at Church camps in the USA.<br />

I would like to extend my congratulations to the author for this<br />

tremendous achievement, along with my best wishes for the great success<br />

o f this well-edited <strong>Coptic</strong>-<strong>English</strong> <strong>Dictionary</strong>.<br />

Fr. Matthias Farid Wahba<br />

6/ 6/2001


INTRODUCTION<br />

The <strong>Coptic</strong> language was the spoken language o f Egypt until<br />

about the tenth Century AD when it was gradually replaced by Arabic. It<br />

is described by Professor Rodolphe Kasser of the University of Geneva,<br />

Switzerland as "one o f the most beautiful, most cleverly structured and<br />

most musical in the world".<br />

There are two major dialects in the <strong>Coptic</strong> language; namely the<br />

Sahidic dialect and the Bohairic dialect. The Sahidic dialect is the one<br />

studied in the major Coptology centers, and it is the language of most<br />

<strong>Coptic</strong> manuscripts available at the present time. The Bohairic dialect is<br />

the one used in the <strong>Coptic</strong> Church Liturgy, and it is also the dialect used<br />

by the few families who use <strong>Coptic</strong> as their daily conversational<br />

language.<br />

Few dictionaries exist for the <strong>Coptic</strong> language. An extensive<br />

standard <strong>Coptic</strong> <strong>English</strong> dictionary was compiled by the <strong>English</strong><br />

Professor Walter Crum in 1939. This dictionary includes Bohairic and<br />

Saiidic dialects. Other dictionaries include the <strong>Coptic</strong> - Arabic dictionary<br />

of Mr. Akladius Labib, published in 1895, and the <strong>Coptic</strong> - Arabic<br />

dictionary o f Moawwad D. Abdel-Noor published in 1999.<br />

The present dictionary represent a simple Bohairic <strong>Coptic</strong> -<br />

<strong>English</strong> dictionary along with the traditional pronunciation of the <strong>Coptic</strong><br />

words. This pronunciation is the one currently used in the <strong>Coptic</strong> Liturgy<br />

as well as by the few families who use <strong>Coptic</strong> as their daily<br />

conversational language.<br />

Minor variations exist in the pronunciation o f some words. In<br />

such cases, the major variations are listed following such words.<br />

Pronunciation o f words o f Greek, Hebrew, Latin or Aramaic origins<br />

follows "the <strong>Coptic</strong>" pronunciation and not "the original language"<br />

pronunciation.<br />

I would like to express my thanks and gratitude to those who<br />

helped in the collection and the review of this dictionary. Special thanks<br />

are due to H.G. Bishop Demetrius o f Mallawi, Egypt, Rev. Father Pigol<br />

iii


Other sounds and marks<br />

gh heavy g, as in arabicg.<br />

kh heavy kh, as in German Achtung, or Arabic £<br />

/ Stress mark placed immediately following the syllable stressed in a<br />

word. o<br />

3 Glottal sound.<br />

(as that before the "a" in react, the "o" in reopen or the second "e" in<br />

reenter).<br />

The sign (-) following an entry indicates that this entry is always prefixed<br />

to another word.<br />

The sign ('/) following the pronominal form indicates that this form is<br />

always suffixed with the appropriate suffix pronouns. The following are<br />

the most common suffix pronouns:<br />

First person sg. i<br />

First person pi. N<br />

Second person sg. m. K<br />

Second person sg. f. -<br />

Second person pi. T6N<br />

Third person sg. m. q<br />

Third person sg. f. c<br />

Third person pi. or


ABBREVIATIONS<br />

abb.<br />

abs.<br />

adj.<br />

adv.<br />

Aram.<br />

conj.<br />

const.<br />

Copt.<br />

demonst.<br />

Egypt.<br />

Eq.<br />

f.<br />

Gk.<br />

Heb.<br />

imper.<br />

interrog.<br />

interj.<br />

Lat.<br />

lit.<br />

m.<br />

mean.<br />

n.<br />

part.<br />

p.c.<br />

Per.<br />

Abbreviated<br />

Absolute form<br />

Adjective<br />

Adverb<br />

o f Aramaic origin<br />

Conjunction<br />

Construct form<br />

o f <strong>Coptic</strong> origin<br />

Demonstrative<br />

of Old Egyptian origin<br />

Equivalent<br />

Feminine<br />

o f Greek origin<br />

o f Hebrew origin<br />

Imperative<br />

Interrogative<br />

Interjection<br />

o f Latin origin<br />

Literally<br />

Masculine<br />

Meaning<br />

Noun<br />

Particle<br />

Participum Conjunctivum form (Proclitic participle)<br />

o f Persian origin<br />

pl-<br />

Plural<br />

poss. Possessive<br />

prep. Preposition<br />

pron. Pronominal form (is suffixed with the sign 4 ).<br />

prf. Prefix<br />

pron. Pronoun, pronominal.<br />

qual. Qualitative form<br />

Sem. o f Semitic origin.<br />

sg-<br />

Singular<br />

Syr. o f Syriac origin<br />

V. Verb<br />

vbl. Verbal


BIBLIOGRAPHY<br />

W.E. Crum, A <strong>Coptic</strong> <strong>Dictionary</strong>. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979.<br />

Thomas Lambdin, Introduction to Sahidic <strong>Coptic</strong>, Mercer University,<br />

1983.<br />

Richard Smith, A concise <strong>Coptic</strong>-<strong>English</strong> Lexicon, William B. Eerdmans<br />

publishing Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan 1983.<br />

ttiXc^icon n+&ctti n te NipeuNXHUi (<strong>Coptic</strong> - Arabic <strong>Dictionary</strong>),<br />

Akladius Y. Labib, Wataniya press, Cairo, Egypt. 1895.<br />

Tria.Nca.aci N't&CTTi NpeitNXHiu (<strong>Coptic</strong> -Arabic <strong>Dictionary</strong>),<br />

Moawwad D. Abdel-Noor, El-masriyeen press, Cairo, Egypt.<br />

1999.<br />

^ jL* 4.^.0.ft>- -XP-IjS ^3 j-JI<br />

Alexis Mallon, Grammaire Copte, Beyrouth imprimeries catholique<br />

1904.<br />

Nabil Mattar, A study in Bohairic <strong>Coptic</strong>; Hope publishing house,<br />

Pasadena, California, 1990<br />

Liddell and Scott, ed., The Greek-<strong>English</strong> Lexicon, 7th ed. 1994.<br />

Oxford University Press.<br />

J.T. Pring, ed., The Pocket Oxford Greek <strong>Dictionary</strong>, 1995<br />

Oxford University Press.<br />

Wesley J. Perschbacher, ed., The New Analytical Greek Lexicon, 1990,<br />

Hendrickson Publishers, Inc., Massachusetts, USA.<br />

Walter Bauer's, Greek-<strong>English</strong> Lexicon of the New Testament, 2nd ed. by<br />

W. F. Arndt and F. W. Gingrich, 1979, The University o f Chicago<br />

Press.


The NKJV Greek <strong>English</strong> Interlinear New Testament, Thomas Nelson<br />

Publishers, 1994 Nashville.<br />

F.L. Cross, The Oxford <strong>Dictionary</strong> of the Christian Church, 3rd ed.,<br />

Oxford University Press, 1997.<br />

W.E. Vine, Vine's Expository <strong>Dictionary</strong> o f Old and New Testament<br />

words, New Jersey, Fleming H. Revell Company, 1981.<br />

T.C. Butler, Holman Bible dictionary, Holman bible publishers,<br />

Nashville, 1991.<br />

J. Strong, New Strong's complete <strong>Dictionary</strong> of Bible words, Thomas<br />

Nelson's publishers, Nashville, 1996.<br />

M.G. Easton, Illustrated Bible <strong>Dictionary</strong>, Cresent Books, New York,<br />

2ed. ed., 1989.<br />

William Smith, A <strong>Dictionary</strong> of the Bible, Thomas Nelson Publishers,<br />

Nashville, 1986.<br />

A.S. Atiya, The <strong>Coptic</strong> Encyclopedia, MacMillan Publishing Company,<br />

NY 1991.


TABLE OF CONTENTS<br />

Foreword i £ Eksi 119<br />

Introduction iii 0 0 120<br />

Pronunciation Guide v n pi 133<br />

Abbreviations vii P Ro 139<br />

Bibliography viii C Seema 151<br />

3V Alpha 1 X Tav 172<br />

B Veeta 19 T Epsilon 184<br />

3" Gamma 26 Fey 185<br />

2s. Delta 28 x Key 194<br />

6 Eyy 30 Epsi 199<br />

F So-oo 48 10 Oo 200<br />

£ Zeeta 48 {8 Shai 204<br />

H Eeta 49 Fai 225<br />

0 Theeta 51 i> Khai 227<br />

1 Yota 60 t Hori 235<br />

K Kappa 65 2C Ganga 251<br />

2V. Lavla 77 O' Cheema 266<br />

U Mey 83 16 Ti 277<br />

W Ney 107<br />

X


O<br />

(Da l'fa )<br />

Alpha<br />

& abb. of the numeral One; m. o t«.i<br />

(3uw3y' or 3uway'); f. o n (3Q'wi).<br />

- ttioyw (pi 3tiw£y' or pi 3uway')<br />

Sunday. (The first day of the<br />

week).<br />

&. abb. of the numeral 1000; (one<br />

thousand). s»o (sho).<br />

k (1) (Di ) vbl. prf. for first perfect<br />

tense, before nominal subjects.<br />

&. (2) (3ci) vbl. prf. for imper. of some<br />

verbs, e.g.<br />

- krt&Y (35n5v') Look. See n& r.<br />

- korcDM (3£'3Qw6n') Open. See<br />

orafn ( 1).<br />

- kacoc (3S'gos) Say. See xo>.<br />

SVkpcim 35r8n') (Heb.) Aaron.<br />

(mean. The exalted one).<br />

(34vSn ) m. Color. See korx.tr.<br />

kft&acHtm (3S'vSj§'ni) m. f. Glass, an<br />

object made of glass.<br />

- c&Nkfi&scHiHi (sS'3en 3£'v§ je'ni)<br />

Glass blower or seller. See c&tf<br />

(3S 'vi) (Aram, or Syr.) Father; A<br />

title used for the Pope, Bishops<br />

and <strong>Saint</strong>s.<br />

&fift%.KOVU (35bb5kiim') The Book<br />

of Habakkuk.<br />

(3dbel') (Heb.) Abel. (mean.<br />

Breath, vapor).<br />

1 a -rre k o c<br />

kfiHT (1) (3eivet') m. Monastery. See<br />

also z.o yBh 't .<br />

kftHT (2) (3Svet') Months, [pi. of<br />

s.Bo 't ],<br />

&Bin (3ci'vin) m. Cargo, burden, load.<br />

kfiOKi (3S'voki) Crows, ravens, [pi. of<br />

iSof/c].<br />

&Bot (Di'vot) m. Month. See &£h t .<br />

- niKoraci n&Bot (pi ku'ji 3en<br />

3S'vot) The small month; the 13th<br />

month of the Egyptian year.<br />

k fip w u i (Sbr§ 3§m') (Heb.)<br />

Abraham, (mean. Father of a<br />

multitude).<br />

3Xfip&u (3&bram' or 3§vrlim') (Heb.)<br />

Abram, (mean. An exalted father).<br />

&.&C(dn (3Svson' or 3Sbs5n') m. Wild<br />

mint.<br />

kBto (1) (3avo’) f. Fishing net.<br />

- 2/ia.fio) (hi'3iv o ') v. To cast a net.<br />

See &/-.<br />

kfico (2) (3£vo') f. Deposit money,<br />

security money. See also koroo.<br />

kfi«)K (33vok') Crow, raven. See<br />

kSoKJ.<br />

kv&eoc (3§ghS'thos) (Gk.) Good,<br />

profitable, virtuous.<br />

kv&TTH (3agha'pe) (Gk.) f. Love,<br />

charity, generosity, a love feast.<br />

- epkra.TTa.N (3er 3a'ghapan') v. To<br />

love.<br />

kv&TTHTOc (3aghape'tos) (Gk.) adj.<br />

Beloved, worthy of love, dear. Eq.<br />

to ite/rprr.<br />

&rrefc.ia. (3§ngel'yS) (Gk.) f.<br />

Message, tidings. Eq. to<br />

ZljUeNHOVqi.<br />

iv v e X o c (3Snga'los) (Gk.) m. Angel,<br />

envoy, carrier of a message.


a v e k i 2 aeuov<br />

ave2v.i (3ciga'li) (Gk.) f. Herd, flock,<br />

a n a (33giy'£) (Gk.) f. Holy, saint.<br />

See & vw c.<br />

- t a n a (ti 3Sgiy'§) (Copt-Gk.) f.<br />

<strong>Saint</strong>. Eq. to eHeeor&B.<br />

a r ia z w (Dagiya'zin) (Gk.) v. To<br />

sanctify.<br />

- epa.via.zm (^er'^giyi'zin) v. To<br />

sanctify.<br />

aviacuoc (3&gy&z'mos or<br />

3§gy^s'mos)<br />

Sanctification,<br />

(Gk.) m.<br />

avioc (D3g'yos or 3igi'yos) (Gk.) m.<br />

<strong>Saint</strong>, righteous, holy. See ar/a.<br />

- TTiavioc (pi Diig'yos) (Copt-Gk.) m.<br />

<strong>Saint</strong>. Eq. to


&© ttOVNK a & K U H N<br />

a,euovHK (3Sth miink') adj.<br />

Unending, continuous, unceasing.<br />

See n o r h k (2)<br />

a.euojai (3ath mo'shi) adj. Untrodden,<br />

deserted (path). See juojgi.<br />

a.euo>ov (33th'mo 3ii') adj. Dry,<br />

desolate (land without water). See<br />

juw or ( 1).<br />

w n m (3ath na'y) adj. Merciless,<br />

Cruel, hard-hearted. See m il (1).<br />

- epa.erta.1 (3er 3£th na'y) v. To be<br />

cruel, merciless, hard-hearted.<br />

(3ath nah'ti) n. adj<br />

Unbelieving, doubting, infidel. See<br />

- (3er 3£th nah'ti). v. To<br />

be unbelieving, doubting.<br />

&eNofii (3ath no'vi) adj. Sinless, pure.<br />

See n oBi .<br />

a.eNov't (3§th nu'ti) adj. Godless. See<br />

N o r f .<br />

- epa.eNovI" (3er 3ath nu'ti) v. To be<br />

godless.<br />

a.eova>N& (3ath'3u 3onh') adj. Hidden,<br />

not apparent. See orourn,.<br />

&.epe (3§thra') m. Twin.<br />

&epev (1) (3athrav') pi. Twins,<br />

a.© p e r (2) (3Sthrav') pi. Testicles.<br />

&epH (3cithre') f. Twin.<br />

SVewp (3eith6r') Hathor or Hatur, the<br />

third month of the Egyptian<br />

(<strong>Coptic</strong>) year.<br />

m - (3&y) vbl. prf. for first perfect tense<br />

sg. 1st person.<br />

- (3£ynah'ti) I believed.<br />

(Day) to do. [pron. of '/p/J.<br />

&i&i (DSy' 3&y') v. To grow, increase,<br />

advance in age. See o/ (2).<br />

(33y'33y') m. Growth, aging,<br />

maturation.<br />

m v t h t o c (3agip'tos) (Gk.) Egypt;<br />

derived from old Egyptian Ha-Ka-<br />

Ptah or E-Ka-Ptah, meaning "the<br />

house of the spirit of Ptah".<br />

m k (D3yk) m. Dedication,<br />

consecration.<br />

- epa.iK (3er 3i'yk') v. To dedicate, to<br />

consecrate.<br />

- (S'I&.IK (chi 3£'yk') v. To dedicate, to<br />

consecrate.<br />

a.isa&.N- (3ay shan') When I If I ...<br />

(vbl. prf. for conditional tense sg.<br />

1st person).<br />

?uiaTeu- (Dciy esh'tem) When I don't<br />

.., if I don't... (vbl. prf. for negative<br />

conditional tense sg. 1st person).<br />

&.K- (Dak) vbl. prf. for first perfect<br />

tense sg. m. 2nd person.<br />

- a.Ki (3&k 3iy') You came.<br />

- a.Kcoo+ (3cik so'ti) You saved.<br />

- s.KT«)NK (3ak tonk') You rose<br />

(from the dead).<br />

auc&.oa.p’TON (3a'k£th£r'ton) (Gk.)<br />

adj. Impure, unclean.<br />

&K&KI& (3§'k§ki'ya) (Gk.) f.<br />

Innocence.<br />

kKepeoc (3a'kera'3os) (Gk.) Meek,<br />

humble..<br />

&.KHC (3§kes') m. Undergarment,<br />

underpants.<br />

- NijakKHC (nish'3Skes') m. Pants,<br />

wci (3&k 3iy') You came.<br />

j.k?vh (1) (3§kle') f. Weasel.<br />

(2) (3ikle-) f. Pot, vessel.<br />

&KUHN (3cikmen') (Gk.) adv. Just,<br />

yet, still.


&KP& .TON A z.'K& or<br />

a,Kp«.TON (3§krS'ton) adj. Pure,<br />

undiluted.<br />

&Kpifia>c (3&krivos) (Gk.) adv.<br />

Accurately, diligently.<br />

& KC(»f (33kso'ti) You saved.<br />

aK TiN (DSk'tin) (Gk.) n. Ray, beam.<br />

2UCo> (3ik o') f. Destruction, ruin,<br />

annihilation.<br />

&.kt(bhk (3Sk tonk') You rose (from<br />

the dead).<br />

&K.a>pi (3oik6'ri) m. Deadly black<br />

snake, viper.<br />

&Kjoa.N- (3Sk shSn') When you .., If<br />

you ...(vbl. prf. for conditional<br />

tense sg. m. 2nd person).<br />

a K ju Te u - (3ak 3esh'tem) When you<br />

don’t .., If you don’t ... (vbl. prf. for<br />

negative conditional tense sg. m.<br />

2nd person).<br />

(1) (33l) m. Small stone, pebble<br />

- it$e (^ P e m fa') m. Hail<br />

stone. See also aA trT&/]<br />

&2U&.1 (3S'lili) m. Field mouse.<br />

&2iiovi (3ali 3U'wi) Lift up, raise<br />

[imper. abs. of w&t]<br />

*r// (Dalit') Lift up, raise [imper.<br />

pron. of w & i]<br />

(3S'liji) m. Scum of metals,<br />

fuller's earth.<br />


a.2i?io$v?ioc 5. kuici<br />

&,&.2v.o$v?voc (Dal'lofi'los) (Gk.) n. Of<br />

another tribe, foreigner. See<br />

Qy&h.<br />

a.fc.fc.a)Ki (3allo'ki) m. Banana,<br />

k&oyoc Pcilo'qhos) (Gk.) Absurd,<br />

unreasonable, without speech,<br />

irrational.<br />

8Aoh (D3lo'we) f. Aloe.<br />

k^OK (3a'lok) m. Angle, corner,<br />

k k o k i (3S'loli) m. Grapes.<br />

- fioo Nk2voXi (vo'3en 3&'loli) f.<br />

Vine. See Ba>.<br />

i&2/kfto?u (yah'^'loli) m.<br />

Vineyard. See ia.&.<br />

- 2£odBi rtkfto2vi (go'vi 3en 3&'loli)<br />

Grape leaves. See xcvBi.<br />

- uooov Nk&o&i (mo 3u'3en Dci'loli)<br />

m. Grape juice. See uooov (3).<br />

aA ov (3alu') m. f. Child, boy, girl,<br />

maiden, servant. See k& w ovi.<br />

- ueTkfc.ov (met'3alu') f. Youth,<br />

boyhood, time of youthfulness.<br />

- 01 Nk2\.ov (3oy'3en 3ali)') Young or<br />

the one who tries to look young,<br />

kkovfia.?/ (3alu'vah) Bald-headed,<br />

k h o x (3S'log) m. Thigh,<br />

k h a m (3Slom') m. Cheese.<br />

kXaaoYi (3alo 3Q'wi) pi. Boys and<br />

girls, [pi. of kA or],<br />

&.ft.j»a>ov (33lsh6 3Q') m. Raisin. See<br />

also e&st>wor.<br />

(33lg3'y) pi. Whale(s).<br />

ku&iov (3im li'ya) pi. Seas. [pi. of<br />

ton],<br />

&,u- (3Sm) prf. indicating a craftsman.<br />

- &ujoe (3Sm'she) Carpenter; See<br />

also &&JUjt>e.<br />

ku&2iHx (33m3leg') v. To hug, to<br />

embrace.<br />

- x m e p k u a A H X (jin'^mSleg') f.<br />

The act of hugging.<br />

ku^?/j (3&m§'hi) v. Prevail, rule,<br />

detain.<br />

kus.e,i (3£m£'hi) m. Majesty,<br />

authority, power, might,<br />

kue (1) (^m a ') f. Hoe; a gardening<br />

tool.<br />

kue (2) (Dcima') m. Shepherd of<br />

cattle. See kuHov.<br />

kueovcoc (3a'methi'sos) m.<br />

Amethyst; a precious stone. See<br />

also kjueercToc.<br />

kueevcTOC (3a'methis'tos) m.<br />

Amethyst; a precious stone. See<br />

also kue&vcoc.<br />

kuehHC (3S'meles') (Gk.) n. Neglect,<br />

disregard.<br />

k u e N t (3cimen'ti) m. Hades. See also<br />

bueN T.<br />

k ueTpH TO c (^ametre'tos) (Gk.)<br />

Immense, beyond measure<br />

k «H (3&me') Come (sg. f.) [imper. of<br />

>7<br />

kuHipi (3§me'ri) f. Inundation, high<br />

water of a river.<br />

kjUHN (Heb) (^m en') Amen, most<br />

certainly, verily.<br />

kuHp (3Smgr') m. Embrace, lap,<br />

arms.<br />

kuHOV (3Sme'yQ) pi. Shepherds of<br />

cattle, [pi. ofkjue],<br />

kuHja (3§mesh') m. Anvil.<br />

s.ui&n'Toc (3§myan'tos) (Gk.)<br />

Unstained, pure, unsoiled.<br />

kuiN (3§'min) m. Pot or bowl of<br />

pottery, clay, porcelain,<br />

kuici (3S'misi) m. Mint, peppermint.


&UNOC 6 &N&B&0UOC<br />

&unoc (3£mnos') (Gk.) m. Lamb. Eq.<br />

to z, shB.<br />

&unh (3§mne') f. Broom, sweeper,<br />

kuoi (3im oy') interj. O I wish :<br />

S.110N! (1) (3i'moni) v To anchor, to<br />

come ashore, to land. See juon/<br />

(V,<br />

kuom (2) (3§'moni) v To graze, to<br />

feed, To sheperd, to lead, to show<br />

the way. See u o n i (2), us.noy^,<br />

JUeNNHT*, VtS.NI, JUX.NHOY,<br />

UX.N-, jU&jUjUOW.<br />

peqkuom (ref'3a'moni) n.<br />

Shepherd,<br />

kuom (3) (3§'moni) v. To hold,<br />

control, seize. Sometimes followed<br />

by e xe n (°ejan') or ztx e N<br />

(hijan').<br />

kuom (3) (3&'moni) m. Control,<br />

seizure, capture,<br />

kuom n t o t ^ (3§'moni 3entot') v.<br />

Endure, be patient, withstand.<br />

- ueTpeqkuoNi n t o t ^ f. (met ref<br />

3a'moni 3entot') Patience,<br />

endurance, self-control, long<br />

suffering.<br />

JDluoc (3&'mos) The Book of Amos,<br />

kuov (Dcimu') Come (sg.m.) [imper.<br />

of'/]<br />

- kuov u n &i (Damu'Demn£'y) Come<br />

here. (sg. m.)<br />

kuovN (33mun') m. Honor, glory.<br />

SiuovN (3cimun') m. An Egyptian<br />

God. (mean, the hidden)<br />

&upe (33mra') m. Baker.<br />

aupH (3iimre') f. Baker.<br />

&upnoY (3£mre'yQ) pi. Bakers,<br />

aupia (3£mri'y§) f. Parrot, parakeet.<br />

aupi&f (3amri'hi) m. Tar, pitch,<br />

asphalt.<br />

kuootNi (3cim6'yni) Come (pi.) [imper.<br />

o f '/]<br />

ausae (3amsha') n. Carpenter See<br />

also zzjujge. See y e (2).<br />

&.UJBHOV (3£mshe'yQ) Carpenters.<br />

See also z, s.u ^ h o y . [pi. of<br />

&ju$ye],<br />

&n - (1) (Dcin) vbl. prf. for firstperfect<br />

tense pi. 1st person.<br />

- a.NN&.ert epoK (3an nah'ti 3e'rok)<br />

We believed in You.<br />

&n (2) (DSn) Negative particle, ’not,<br />

no’.<br />

- i ’cooovN &n (ti so 3un' 3Sn') I don't<br />

know.<br />

- a.N2ee (3§nja") not yet.<br />

aN (3) (3cin) Interrogative word used<br />

at the beginning of questions.<br />

- aN cjae (3cin 3es’ she) Is it proper<br />

to .. See eye.<br />

aN (4) (3an) Collective numeral prf.<br />

- aNa&wp (3an 3Shor ) Treasury,<br />

storehouse. See k&


kNa.fia.THC I & N6CTH<br />

kNa.fia.THC (33n3v3tes') (Gk.) m.<br />

Horseman.<br />

kN&VKH (3in§n'ke) (Gk.) n.<br />

Necessity<br />

kNa.rNt (3in'§ru'hi) f. Evening.<br />

See also pov&t, &&N&poYZ,t,<br />

kNa-pxta. (DanSrki'ya) (Gk.) f.<br />

Anarchy, chaos, disorder.<br />

kNa.cTa.cic (3§n£is't£sis') (Gk.) f.<br />

Resurrection. Eq. to nxin'TWNq.<br />

kN&T02vH (3inatole') (Gk.) East. Eq,<br />

to JU&N^S./.<br />

s n s v (3in iv ') Look, [imper. ofns.rj.<br />

kNSvyj (3Snavsh') pi. Vows, oaths [pi.<br />

of k/ra.{&].<br />

kN&$opa. (3an£f6'r£) (Gk.) f. Liturgy.<br />

Eq. to (pw^ert<br />

kNa.3c«>piN (3inSkho'rin) (Gk.)<br />

Withdrawal, retirement.<br />

- epkNa.%(BpiN (3er 3Sni' kho'rin)<br />

v. Withdraw, retire.<br />

a.Na.5C«»piTHC (3£in3j (3inem'ro) f. Haven,<br />

harbor, port.<br />

kNecTH (3cines'te) (Gk.) Is risen<br />

(from the dead) Eq. to g.c/Totrfq.


k N e x e c e e £<br />

kNexecee (3a'nekes'te) v. To bear,<br />

to be patient.<br />

- epkNejcecee (3er 3§'nekes'te) v.<br />

To bear, to be patient.<br />

&nzh& (3oinzeb') f. School.<br />

kffefi& (3£n'3ethv3') Tens of<br />

thousands. See &B&.<br />

&Neeuic (33n'themis) f. Chamomile.<br />

8.NOHP (Anther') f. Hammer, sledge<br />

hammer.<br />

s.Neovc (3einthus') m. A small lizard.<br />

a.N&px (3§n gog') m. Chief, head.<br />

See x oox.<br />

(3aksi'ya) (Gk.) f. Worthy,<br />

deserving.<br />

a.?ioc (3aksi'yos) (Gk.) m. Worthy,<br />

deserving.


(3aksiy6'm£) (Gk.) Honor.<br />

(3aksiyo's) (Gk.) adv. Worthily,<br />

kov&n (3S'3QwSn#) m. Color<br />

%.ov&N um (D&'3u w in ' 3em fin') m.<br />

Gray, mouse-colored. See (pm.<br />

kovfiHT (3£'3Qvet') m. Monastery<br />

See also &Bht.<br />

kovi kov&N (3i ' 3Q'wi 33'3Qw3n')<br />

Multicolored,<br />

kovm (1) (3S'3Q'win) m. Jaundice,<br />

kovm (2) (3£'3Q'win) Yellow.<br />

koviN (3) (3S'3u'win) Cargo, burden,<br />

load. See kBm<br />

kova> (3ci 3u'3o) f. Deposit money,<br />

security money. See kBw (2).<br />

kovow (3§'30w6n'> Open, [imper. of<br />

OYW N (1)].<br />

kovooN- (3§'Duwon') To open, [const.<br />

Of OY(VN (1)].<br />

kira. (3£'p£) m. Apa Title Eq. to &BB&.<br />

krra.eHc (3ipathes ) (Gk.) adj. Not<br />

feeling pain.<br />

kTi&.N'TS.N (D£p3nt§n') (Gk.) v. To<br />

meet by a coincident.<br />

- epkn&.MT&.M (3er'3£pantcin') v. To<br />

meet by a coincident.<br />

kn«.NTHJU8w (D3pante'm£) (Gk.) f.<br />

Meeting by a coincident,<br />

krca.? (3&p£ks') (Gk.) adv. All at once.<br />

kn sp xH (^pir'she) (Gk.) f. First<br />

fruits.<br />

kir&c (3ipSs') adj. Old<br />

- epkn&c (3er'3ip5s') v. To become<br />

old.<br />

- sctNepkn&c (jin'3er 3§pSs') m. The<br />

process of getting old.<br />

knaiTH (3&p£te') (Gk.) f. Deceit,<br />

delusion, guile, lure.<br />

9 k n o K T H<br />

k n e ^n iziM (3ipel'pizin) (Gk.) v. To<br />

lose hope.<br />

- epkneJim ziN (3er' 3ipel'pizin) v.<br />

To loose hope.<br />

kTTep&NTON (3&'perein'ton) (Gk.)<br />

adj. Eternal, boundless, infinite.<br />

&moc (3ip'yos) (Gk.) Pear tree or<br />

pear fruit.<br />

k m p o c (3lipi'ros) (Gk.) adj. Illiterate,<br />

ignorant, uneducated. Eq. to<br />

s. T e m .<br />

k TTic To c (3apis'tos) (Gk.) adj.<br />

Unbeliever, traitor. Eq: to<br />

&&N&Z, f.<br />

jut&ovc (3§plus') (Gk.) adj. Sincere,<br />

simple in heart. See also<br />

2,S.JT&0 YC.<br />

2orXa>c (3Splos') (Gk.) adv.<br />

Generally, simply,<br />

kTTO&&.zccee (3§po'th£zes'te) (Gk.)<br />

v. To bid farewell.<br />

- epkTToft.a.zecee (3er 3Spo'thS<br />

zes'te) v. To bid farewell.<br />

kTroa.e^ic (3cipothek'sis) (Gk.) f.<br />

Manifestation, demonstration,<br />

proof.<br />

knoXHuoc (3Spothe'mos) (Gk.) adj.<br />

Absent in a foreign country.<br />

kiTOOHKH (3cipothe'ke) (Gk.)<br />

Storehouse, barn. Eq. to a.nkz,oop<br />

kTroK&2ivUnc (Gk.) f. (3i'p o k i<br />

limp'sis) Revelation, disclosure.<br />

- ^fkTTOKsAvtyic (Gk.) (ti<br />

3§'pok£limp'sis) Apocalypse, The<br />

Book of Revelation.<br />

k iTO K TH (3cipok'te) The remainder.<br />

The method to calculate the date<br />

of feasts according to the calendar.


knoft.& viN 10 kpifiOHftlN<br />

kno2i.«.vm (3ipo'lavin') (Gk.) f.<br />

Enjoyment, pleasure.<br />

knofc.&Ycic (D£po'l3vsis') (Gk.) f.<br />

Enjoyment, pleasure.<br />

knoXevoepoc (3Spolevthe'ros) m.<br />

Slave, bound, restricted.<br />

ajTohovia. (’cipologi'ya) (Gk.) f.<br />

Verbal defense.<br />

knocT&cia. (3apos'teisiy'3) (Gk.) f.<br />

Apostasy<br />

kTT0CTa.THC (^pos'tStes') (Gk.) n.<br />

Apostate, deserter.<br />

a.TrocToft.!KH (3§postolike') (Gk.) f.<br />

Apostolic<br />

&.ttocto^ikoc (3apos'toli'kos) (Gk.)<br />

m. Apostolic.<br />

kTTocTo&oc (3§posto'los) (Gk.) m.<br />

Apostle.<br />

knovc (1) (3§pus') m. Lame, without<br />

the use of one's feet.<br />

».ttoyc (2) (3cipus') m. Bald.<br />

kTTo$a.cic (3ipo'fcisis') (Gk.) f. A<br />

decision of the court, sentence,<br />

verdict.<br />

knvpoc (3api'ros) (Gk.) m. Without<br />

fire, cold, cheerless, naive.<br />

».p (3ir) m. Flatus, passing gas. See<br />

also x o k c i.<br />

- epa.p (3er Dir ') v. To pass gas.<br />

&P&.&I&. (3&rib'y3) Arabia.<br />

kp&fiHC (drives') n. Arabic.<br />

- peukp&ftHC (rem 'drives') n. adj.<br />

Arabic (person)<br />

&pBoT(33r'vot) m. Scepter, cane,<br />

staff.<br />

a.pfi(OT (3§rvot') m. Scepter, cane,<br />

staff.<br />

kpe- (3Sra') vbl. prf. for first perfect<br />

tense sg. f. 2nd person.<br />

kpeTCN- (Cretan') vbl. prf. for first<br />

perfect tense pi. 2nd person.<br />

kpeTeNj0a.M- (3i'reten shin')<br />

When you .., If you (vbl. prf. for<br />

conditional tense pi. 2nd person).<br />

kpeTeN joTeti- (3S'reten 3esh'tem)<br />

When you don't ...If you don't ...<br />

(vbl. prf. for negative conditional<br />

tense pi. 2nd person).<br />

k p e T H (3are'te) (Gk.) f. Virtue,<br />

goodness.<br />

kpesa&N (3ireshSn') When .., If ...<br />

(vbl. prf. for conditional tense<br />

before nominal subjects).<br />

kpes»a.N- (3§resh£n') When you .., If<br />

you ... (vbl. prf. for conditional<br />

tense sg. f. 2nd person).<br />

k p e ^ T e u - (3§ire 3esh'tern) When you<br />

don’t .., If you don't ...(vbl. prf. for<br />

negative conditional tense sg. f. 2 nd<br />

person).<br />

kpe& (3cirah') v. To guard, to keep, to<br />

study.<br />

- u&.N&pe& (mei'3en 3£rah') m.<br />

Guard post, watch tower.<br />

- peqkpe?/ (ref'3arah') n. Guard,<br />

watchman.<br />

- xm kpe& (jin'3£rah') m. Act of<br />

guarding.<br />

kpHfi (3§reb') m. Down payment,<br />

deposit of money, pledge.<br />

kpHov (3ire'yQ) adv. Perhaps, if, may<br />

be,<br />

k pi- (3a'ri or 3£'ri) Do, make [imper.<br />

const, of tpt]<br />

kpifioHoiN (3a'rivo'3ethin' or<br />

3&'rivo'3ethin') Help, [imper. of<br />

epBoke/N],


kpi'eai 11 & pXICYN & 5, a>5r0C<br />

kpi'eui (3ari a'mi or 3iri a'mi) Know,<br />

understand, [imper. of e w ]<br />

kpieuoc (3irith'mos) (Gk.) m.<br />

number. Eq. to h it/.<br />

- Ilikpieuoc (pi 3irith'mos) The<br />

Book of Numbers.<br />

k p jK a .'T^io N (3a'ri kitiksi'yon or<br />

3i'ri kitiksi'yon) Account.. worthy<br />

of. [imper. of Ka.'T&zton].<br />

kpiKi (3a'riki or 3i'riki) m. Crime,<br />

blame, fault, accusation.<br />

- sceukpiKi (jem 3i'riki) v. Blame,<br />

find fault with.<br />

3V.pioTra.voc (3ar'yo pi'ghos)<br />

Areopagus; Hill of Mars or hill of<br />

Ares in Athens,<br />

kpiori (3a'ri 3u'wi or 3i'ri 3u'wi) Do,<br />

make [imper. abs. of '/p/]<br />

a.pina.uevi (3a'ri p i mev'3i or 3i'ri p i<br />

mev'3i) Remember me. [imper. of<br />

epiT&jueri].<br />

kpm eN uevi (3a'ri pen mev'3i or 3a'ri<br />

pen mev'3i) Remember us. [imper.<br />

of epnerfjuev/].<br />

kpiTTpecfieviN (3a'ri 3epres'vevin' or<br />

3i'ri 3epres'vevin') Intercede.<br />

[imper. of epnpecBev/n].<br />

kpicoBT (3a'ri sovt' or 3a'ri sovt')<br />

Make a wall around, protect.<br />

[imper. of epcoBv]<br />

kpicTON (3iris'ton) (Gk.) m. Noon<br />

meal, breakfast, banquet. Eq. to<br />

l&OTTC.<br />

kpjcvN5co>pjM (3a'ri sinkho'rin or<br />

3i'ri sinkho'rin) Forgive, absolve.<br />

[imper. of epcr/rxutpw].<br />

k p iT ^ (3arit' or 3irit') Do, make.<br />

[imper. pron. of /pi]<br />

k p i$ u e vi (3a'ri-efmev'3i or 3i'ri-<br />

efmev'3i) Remember, [imper. of<br />

epfyuev/].<br />

kpijy$Hpi (3a'ri 3eshfe'ri or 3i'ri<br />

3eshfe'ri ) Marvel, [imper. of<br />

ep&tpHp]<br />

k p iiu o T (3a'ri 3eh'mot or 3i'ri<br />

3eh'mot) Grant that.., please.<br />

[imper. of e p i,m o t ],<br />

kpi2/YTT0JU0NiN (3a'ri hipomo'nin or<br />

3i'ri hipomo'nin). Be patient,<br />

endure. [imper. of<br />

ep&YTTOJUON/N].<br />

kpoja (3i'rosh) m. Cold, frigid, icy,<br />

chills.<br />

k p p o c (3i'ros) m. Rice.<br />

a .p x e o c (3irsha'3os) (Gk.) adj. Old,<br />

ancient. Eq. to kns.c.<br />

a.p5CH (3ir'she) (Gk.) f. Beginning,<br />

chief, origin, head. [& p x / - (D&r'shi)<br />

in combination form].<br />

a.pxH 5-oc (3arshe'ghos or<br />

3irshe'gos) (Gk.) m. chief, leader,<br />

prince.<br />

a.p5cia.vre?s.oc (3ir'shi 3inga'los)<br />

(Gk.) m. Archangel.<br />

&P5Ci2ua.K0N (3ir'shi thiya'kon) (Gk.)<br />

m. Archdeacon.<br />

a.pxrenicKOTroc (3ir'shi 3epis<br />

ko'pos) (Gk.) m. Archbishop.<br />

a.p5cfeperc (3ir'shi 3erevs') (Gk.) m.<br />

Archpriest, chief priest, high priest.<br />

&pscuua,NlpiTHC (3ir'shi min<br />

3eth'rites') (Gk.) m. Archimandrite,<br />

head of a monastery or a group of<br />

monks.<br />

&P5cicvNa.sr(*>roc (3ir'shi si'na<br />

go'gos) (Gk.) m. Ruler of a<br />

synagogue.


& p X IT e iC T < 0 N 12 a.cjaTeui-<br />

a,p5CiTeKT


&c$ami 13 & T 0 V T & 2 /<br />

&cjyumi (3§s sho'pi) It happened<br />

that. (Impersonal expression).<br />

(3at) prf. Eq. to "not, without, un-,<br />

in-, -less". Used with words<br />

starting with letters other than B, p,<br />

n , A, o or it. See also<br />

(3it 3cich'ni) adj. Pure, clean,<br />

unspoiled, spotless. See 9.6 ' m<br />

efioX (Dat' vol 3a'vol). adj.<br />

Unsolvable, complicated,<br />

indestructible, permanent. See<br />

Book. eBoX.<br />

s.Teui (3at 3a'mi) adj. Ignorant,<br />

unaware. See but.<br />

ATepxiN iop (3it '3er jin'yor) adj.<br />

Cannot be crossed. See xrniop.<br />

&.Tep&o2u (3§t'3er ho'li) adj.<br />

Indestructible, imperishable. See<br />

e,o&/<br />

a.Tep&a>fi (3St 3erhob') adj.<br />

Unemployed, idle, lazy. See &


aw Tovd) 14 a.T«>ss}eu<br />

?kTov (’it '’esvo') adj. Ignorant,<br />

uneducated, undisplined. See<br />

cBoo.<br />

a.Tcefii (’it sa'vi) adj.<br />

Uncircumcised. See ceBt (3).<br />

a.TceuNi (’it sem'ni) adj. Unsettled.<br />

See ceum .<br />

a.Tct (’it si') adj. Insatiable. See ct.<br />

5.TCINI (’it si'ni) adj. Impassable,<br />

imperishable. See ctm<br />

&TCHOV (at'seyu') adj. Timeless. See<br />

CHor.<br />

a .TC ^& t (’i f ’esli'ti) adj. Not<br />

stumbling. See cKs. f.<br />

8.TCUH (Dit 'Desme') adj. Voiceless.<br />

See c ju h<br />

6 .tc u o t (’it ’es'mot) adj. Without<br />

form. See c j u o v .<br />

&TCNoq (’it ’es'nof) adj. Bloodless.<br />

See CNoq.<br />

a.'Tcofi't (’it sov'ti) adj. not ready,<br />

unprepared. See coBf<br />

a.TcoMT-^ (’it sont') adj. Not<br />

created. See c w n t .<br />

s.'tco) (3it so') adj. Thirsty. See coo.<br />

a.TctwovN (’it'so 3un') adj. Ignorant.<br />

See cotovn.<br />

a.Tca>peu (’it so'ram) adj. Clear, not<br />

wandering astray. See coopeu.<br />

a.TCGDTeu (’it so'tam) adj.<br />

Disobedient. See cooveju<br />

&TC


a.Tssa.?^ 15 & T2C 0CeU<br />

a.Tjsa.?v. (3it shil') Toothless. See<br />

&&& (2).<br />

&Tjaa.Y (itshiv') adj. Useless,<br />

worthless, crude. See p a r (1)<br />

^Tjaefioisa (3it'shevoysh') adj.<br />

Reckless, heedless, wild.<br />

a.TsseuHp (3it'shemer') adj.<br />

Unleavened. See yeuH p.<br />

Seep/<br />

(3it shi') adj. Immeasurable.<br />

».TSBHpi (3it she'ri) adj. Without child,<br />

childless<br />

a.TSaeopTep (3it 3esh'tortar') adj.<br />

Calm, unperturbed<br />

a.TjaiB't (3it shiv'ti) adj.<br />

Unchangeable<br />

&.TjyiTTi (3it shi'pi) adj Unashamed.<br />

See jytTTt.<br />

&Tg)2^H2v (3it '3eshler) adj. Without<br />

prayer.<br />

a.TSHTa.e,oq (3it 3eshti'hof) adj.<br />

Incomprehensible. See tbl&o.<br />

a.Tjaawi (sho'ni) adj. Without<br />

sickness. See &(d n i.<br />

ZcTSSOoqT (3it shoft') adj.<br />

Unmistaken. See g w q T .<br />

a.TajSe’TSooTq (3at 3esh'khet khotf')<br />

adj. Unsearchable, cannot be<br />

examined. See £>eT3 w r ^ .<br />

an-jBSooNT (3it '3esh khont') adj.<br />

Unapproachable. See 3 w n t .<br />

&,Tj5a.e (3it khi 3a') adj. Without end.<br />

See £>&'e.<br />

^ T S e T ^ c B T q (3it khet khotf') adj.<br />

Unexamined, unsearched. See<br />

,5ew5«wT<<br />

a.'TSici (3it' khi'si) adj. Without labor,<br />

without toil. See Sict.<br />

& T;5it (3it khi'ti) adj. Intact, not torn,<br />

not ripped. See £ tf.<br />

&.t£poy (3it '3ekhro 3u') adj.<br />

Speechless, voiceless. See<br />

Spwov.<br />

(3it khont') adj. Not<br />

approached. See £f(3).<br />

(3it ho'ti) adj. Tax-free. See<br />

a.T3cou (3it' gom) adj. Weak, feeble,<br />

impotent. See x o u .<br />

- o v2/(»B N&.TXOM (3uhob'3en 3it<br />

gom') An impossible thing. See<br />

z,wB (1).<br />

a,TS£oceu (3it'gosam') adj. In peace,<br />

unperturbed. See scoceu.


a.Taca>K 16 kOT<br />

«.Tac5K. (3ivgol') To bury, to cover.<br />

a,vjs)a.N- (3iv shan') When they .., If<br />

they... (vbl. prf. for conditional<br />

tense pi. 3rd person).<br />

& vju Te u - (3iv 3esh'tem) When they<br />

don’t .., If they don’t ... (vbl. prf. for<br />

negative conditional tense pi. 3rd<br />

person).<br />

M>e (3ifa') f. Head. Also used as a<br />

title for the leader or chief. See<br />

kcpHOY/.<br />

- koojsj nM>e (k5sh'3en 3ifa') m.<br />

Headache. See kcv@<br />

k $ H T (3ifet') Cups. [pi. of kcpo’Tj.<br />

M m o vi (3i'fe 3(j'wi) pi. Heads, [pi. of<br />

k(pe],<br />

a.^oa.p'TOH (3ifthir'ton) adj.<br />

Imperishable, everlasting. See<br />

4>0&P,t o n .<br />

k 'p H 'T.<br />

(3i'fot) m. Cup, chalice. See


k$oi {3ci fofi) pi. Giants, [pi. of<br />

ifpOKp].<br />

SSi^piKia. (Dafrik'ya) Africa.<br />

k (>dfOf) m. Giant, mighty. See<br />

kpi (3§kho'ri) m. Asp.<br />

(^khom 'fit) m. Alphabet.<br />

(3ah£') Yes. See also ce (1).


kz/i (Di'hi) m. Life-span, age.<br />

- Nefik&t (nab 3£'hi) A person with a<br />

long life-span.<br />

- sa&.pk?/i (shir 3S'hi) A person with<br />

a short life-span.<br />

- Nose Nk&i (nog'3en 3i'hi) Long life.<br />

See nose.<br />

k&o (1) (3i'ho) m. Treasure, hidden<br />

treasure. See k&aop.<br />

k&o (2) (3i'ho) m. House, dwelling<br />

k&o (3) (3i'ho) m. Guest, stranger,<br />

foreigner.<br />

k&oju (3i'hom ) m. Moan and groan,<br />

sigh.<br />

- qik&oju (fi'3i'hom ) v. Moan and<br />

groan, sigh.<br />

k&p (3cih6r') pi. Treasures, [pi. of<br />

kz,o].<br />

- &Nk&a>p (3§n'3ahor') pi. Treasury,<br />

store house,<br />

k&ov (3cihQ') Behind, back.<br />

- e$&&ov (3efihCT) Towards the<br />

back.<br />

- ca.$&e/OV (sifcihu’) Behind.<br />

- 2/ia.2/OV (hifihO') Behind.<br />

18<br />

a.(T phn<br />

ksce- (3ija'J Say. [imper. const, of<br />

xa>].<br />

ksco^ (Dci'go) Say. [imper. pron. of<br />

X(Oj.<br />

kscoc (3ei'gos) Say. [imper. of sew],<br />

&.3ciT(:,agp) f. Hour, watch.<br />

8.5CTTI&, (3igpi'y§) f. Book of the hours.<br />

- (ti 3ig pi'yi) The Book of<br />

the Hours.<br />

kacoo (1) (3Sgo') f. Viper, snake.<br />

ksc


f i 19<br />

B h t* . (ve'ta)<br />

Veeta<br />

1 abb. of the numeral Two; m. cnay<br />

(3esnSv'); f. CNOvf (3esnu'ti).<br />

- tticn&v (pi' 3esn&v') Monday. (The<br />

second day of the week).<br />

Ba.a.2i (bill) (Heb) A Phoenician or<br />

Assyrian Diety. (mean. Lord,<br />

owner)<br />

B&.Bt2vo)n (bci'bilon') (Akkadian)<br />

Babylon, (mean, confusion?)<br />

Ba.euTTi (v i 3em'pi) m. f. Goat<br />

ua.NBa.euTT! (m§n'v3 3em'pi) n.<br />

Shepherd of goats.<br />

Ba.ouoc (vlith'mos) (Gk.) m. Step,<br />

rung of a ladder, rank.<br />

Ba.i (1) (vciy) m. Prize, reward<br />

Bat (2) (v£y) m. Owl, night raven.<br />

Ba.i (3) (v£y) f. Branch of a palm tree.<br />

Ba.i (4) (v£y) f. Writing stylus.<br />

B&ipt (vS'yri) f. Basket.<br />

Ba.Ki (vi'ki) f. City, town, country.<br />

- peuuB& Ki (rem'Demv£'ki) n. adj.<br />

Citizen, patriot.<br />

- u e Tp e u u fia .K i (met'rem 3em<br />

vli'ki) f. Citizenship, patriotism.<br />

Ba.Kua.eoYi (vSk'mcithii'wi) n. adj.<br />

Poisonous (snake, ..) See<br />

u&eovi.<br />

fia.KTHpia. (vakter'ya) (Gk.) f. Stick,<br />

| staff, cane.<br />

fia.KS»a.p (vikshlir') n. Tanner of<br />

leather. See j»a.p.<br />

fia,2v (v3l) m. Eye<br />

- &Tfia.k (33t'v£l) adj. Blind, ignorant<br />

- u e Ta.TfiaA (met'3dtvdl') f.<br />

Blindness, ignorance.<br />

- ovfiah 5a. ovBafc. (3uv§r kh£<br />

3uv§l') An eye for an eye. See £&<br />

(3).<br />

- piKi ufiaifc. (riki 3emv£l') m. A<br />

blink, a twinkling of an eye.<br />

- CHim uBa,k (sey'ni 3em vSI') n.<br />

Ophthalmologist. See c h i n i.<br />

- ZjI MorfiaX (hi 3en'3u'v£l') v. To<br />

cast a glance on someone or<br />

something.<br />

Ba2va.Noc (valci'nos) (Gk.) f. An<br />

acorn.<br />

BaAfiam (valvon') m. Evil eye.<br />

BaXKov (vSlktT) f. Jug, bottle.<br />

Ba.2s.uB(»K (vSPemvok') adj.<br />

Flatterer, sycophant, one who pays<br />

insincere flattery to superiors.<br />

fia&OT (vci'lot) m. wild donkey.<br />

B&kca.uoN (v§ls§'mon) m. Balsam<br />

tree.<br />

BaJig/HT (vil het') adj. Naive,<br />

simple-minded,. See z , h t ( 1).<br />

fiMTTicua. (vSptiz'mi) (Gk.)<br />

m.Baptism. Eq. to xmoojutc<br />

B m ttic th c (vSptistes') (Gk.) m.<br />

Baptizer, one who dips, baptist.<br />

Eq. to peqfwjuc<br />

fia,p (b£r) (Syr. or Aram.) Son<br />

B a p a M a c (bS'rSbSs') Barabbas.<br />

(mean. Son of the father)<br />

fia.pfia.poc (v§rv3'ros) (Gk.) m.<br />

Barbarian, uncivilized.<br />

fia.pHiT (vire'yit) m. Adult male goat.<br />

fia.pi (vS'ri) f. Small boat


B&PN&.&&.C 2 0 Be2v.eu>N<br />

Ba.pNa.fia.c (bSmS'bis) Barnabas.<br />

(mean. Son of consolation)<br />

B&poc (v&'ros) (Gk.) m. Weight,<br />

burden, heavy load. Eq. to eT<br />

fi&poz/ (vS'roh) m. The one who sells<br />

animal food such as grains.<br />

B&Poot (v&rot') m. Brass, bronze.<br />

fi&PSSiN (vir'shin) m. One who<br />

repairs and mends things.<br />

Ba.c^ (vcis) To saw. [pron. of Bier,<br />

OYtCt (1)].<br />

Ba.ca.NiziN (Gk.) (v&s£'nizin') v. To<br />

torture, to examine closely.<br />

- epBa.c&.m7;m (3er vSs3'nizin') v.<br />

To torture, to examine closely.<br />

fia.ca.N0c (vSsi'nos) (Gk.) m. Torture,<br />

Pain.<br />

Ba.ci2v.evc (vS'silevs') (Gk.) m. King.<br />

Ba.ci2v.i?w (vS'silivS') (Gk.) f. Kingdom.<br />

Bx.c i2v.i k h (vasilike') (Gk.) adj. Royal,<br />

kingly.<br />

Bs.c i2v.ik o c (vasili'kos) (Gk.) adj.<br />

Royal, kingly.<br />

Ba.ci2s.i0N (v^sii'yon) The Books of<br />

Kings<br />

- £ Ba.ci2v.i0N (vSsil'yon 3irwi).<br />

The Book of 1 Kings<br />

- B Ba.ci2s.i0N (v&sil'yon ^esnu'ti).<br />

The Book of 2 Kings<br />

Ba.ci2v.iCKoc (v£'silis'kos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Egyptian cobra<br />

Ba.ci2v.icca. (v3'siliss&') (Gk.) f.<br />

Queen.<br />

Ba.cic (vi'sis) (Gk.) f. Base, step,<br />

foot,<br />

Ba.CNHT (vlisnet') n. Metal worker.<br />

See also BecNHT.<br />

fia.covp (vSsur') m. Antimony.<br />

Ba.Toc (1) (vS'tos) (Gk.) m. Bush,<br />

small tree.<br />

B&toc (2) (va'tos) (Heb.) m. A liquid<br />

Hebrew measure, bath, of about 8<br />

or 9 gallons.<br />

Ba-ss- (vcish) To undress, to uncover.<br />

[const, of Bw&]<br />

Ba-ja^ (vcish) To undress, to uncover.<br />

[pron. of Boost)]<br />

fia.^i (vci'shi) m. Mummy, corpse.<br />

Ba.saop (vS'shor) f. Fox.<br />

Ba.saovp (vishiir') f. Saw, cutting tool.<br />

- po «fia.soovp (ro'3em vSshur') m.<br />

The cutting edge of a saw.<br />

Ba.js)ovsu (vishush') m. Rue; a strong<br />

scented herb.<br />

Ba.e,iu (vih'mi) f. Upper room. Story<br />

in a building, apartment. See also<br />

OY&&W.<br />

Ba.&tti (vih'mi) pi. layers, folds,<br />

covers.<br />

fia.&ci (vih'si) f. Heifer, a young cow,<br />

calf.<br />

Ba.+ (va'ti) pi. Ribs. [pi. of Bh t ].<br />

Befii (va'vi) v. To overflow, gush out,<br />

pour out, flood.<br />

- ueTpeqfiefii (met'ref va'vi) f.<br />

Outpouring, overflowing, flooding.<br />

Bee2v.7;eBov2v. (bal'zebiil') Beelzebul,<br />

a name applied to the prince of<br />

Devils or the ruler of the demons.<br />

Also written as BeK 7. eBov A.<br />

BeeH2v. (bath Del') (Heb.)<br />

Bethel (mean. The house of God)<br />

fie2i- (val) To dissolve, to disintegrate<br />

[const, of Ba>A/<br />

Be2v.zeBov2v. (bal'zebul') Beelzebul.<br />

See BeeA xeBovK .<br />

Be2v.«(i>N (1) (velthon') n. Lion.


fiekeam 21 fiejce<br />

fie2veam (2) (velthon') adj.<br />

Courageous, lion-hearted.<br />

fie&2ve (vel'le) m. A blind person.<br />

See BeAAn, B e A A e r.<br />

- ueTfie& A e (met vel'le) f.<br />

Blindness.<br />

- e p fie i^ e (3er vel'le) v. To become<br />

blind.<br />

fieftAev (vellav') Blind persons, [pi.<br />

of Be A Ae, Be A A h],<br />

Be2v.&H (velle') f. A blind person. See<br />

BeAAe, B e A A e r.<br />

the palm tree.<br />

(velhol') f. Date, the fruit of<br />

Behsc (velg) f. Pottery, clay.<br />

Bern (va'ni) f. palm tree, dates.<br />

- n Bc n i (l^v'^en va'ni) m. A<br />

branch of a cluster of dates on a<br />

palm tree.<br />

- cepfieNi (ser va'ni) f. Thorns of the<br />

palm leaves<br />

- xa.q n Bc n i (kSPen va'ni) m.<br />

Trunk of the palm tree.<br />

- joeNfiem (shen va'ni) m. Thread<br />

like fiber of the palm tree.<br />

BeNi&uiN (benyamin') (Heb.)<br />

Benjamin (mean. Son of the right<br />

hand)<br />

fiemm (veni'pi) m. Iron, utensils<br />

made of iron.<br />

- tfieNriTi (ti'veni'pi) v. To put a<br />

stamp on a document, to sign.<br />

fieNNH (venne') f. Door entrance,<br />

threshold of a door.<br />

ficNxi (ven'ji) f. Elephant's trunk,<br />

fiepfiep (1) (vervar') v. To boil, foam,<br />

froth.<br />

fiepfiep (1) (vervar') m. Boiling,<br />

abundance, profusion.<br />

fiepfiep (2) (vervar') To cast away,<br />

throw away, [const, of BopBep]<br />

fiepfiip (vervir') f. Thrown object,<br />

projectile.<br />

fiepfioop-^ (vervor') To cast away,<br />

throw away. [pron. of BopBepj.<br />

fiepe&i (vera'hi) f. Cart, wheel, car.<br />

See also hpez,t (2), ttBpez,/ (2).<br />

fiepetTooovTC (veret'sho 3iits') f.<br />

Car, chariot,<br />

fiepi (va'ri) adj. n. New, young.<br />

- tpouTTi jufiepi (ti rom'pi 3em<br />

va'ri). The new year. See potunt.<br />

- epfiepi (^er va'ri) v. To renew, to<br />

become renewed.<br />

peuitfiepi (rem'^em va'ri)<br />

n.Young, new.<br />

- ueTfiepi (met va'ri) f. Newness,<br />

youth.<br />

- iiBepi (’em va'ri) adv. Newly,<br />

recently, anew.<br />

fiepci (ver'si) m. A vegetable used<br />

to give flavor to foods or salads,<br />

fiepctu (versim') m. Clover. Egyptian<br />

'bersim'. See also -fp/ju.<br />

fiepT (vert) m. f. Rose, rose color.<br />

See also ovepT.<br />

fiepjsHov (vershi'yu) m. Coriander<br />

plant or its seeds,<br />

fiepsao (versho') m. Sinner,<br />

despicable, worthless.<br />

fiecN&.+ (vesn^'ti) pi. Metal workers.<br />

[pi. of BeCNHV],<br />

fiecNHT (vesnet') m. Metal worker.<br />

See Becns. f.<br />

fie-T fieT (vetvat') f. Peas.<br />

fieTC (vets) n. War. See Bctrrc<br />

fiexe (va'ke) m. wage, reward. See<br />

BexH or.


BexHor 2 2 Bit<br />

- x.TBexe (3at va'ke) adj. Without<br />

wage, without reward.<br />

- peuBexe (rem va'ke) n. Hired<br />

hand, hired person.<br />

- (fiB exe v. To receive a wage<br />

- tfiexe V. To give a wage or a<br />

reward.<br />

Bs x h o v (vaki'yii) pi. Wages,<br />

rewards, [pi. of Bexej.<br />

Bess (vash) pi. Unripe figs.<br />

fiesafioojB (veshvosh') v. To strike, to<br />

beat up, to smash.<br />

BeS/Bee, (vehvah') v. To bark, to<br />

howl.<br />

Be&Be& (vehvah') m. Barking,<br />

howling.<br />

Bez/i (va'hi) m. File, a carpenter's<br />

tool.<br />

BescBtosc^ (vegvog') To chew. [pron.<br />

of o r o x o r e x , o ro x B e x j.<br />

B cxh n (vejen') n. Bamboo like marsh<br />

plants.<br />

Besci (va'ji) pi. Falcons, [pi. of Bh x ].<br />

BhB (vev) m. Cave in a mountain,<br />

hole, den, tunnel.<br />

BHO&.NI&. (vethan'ya) (Heb.)<br />

Bethany, (mean. House of misery)<br />

B ite h e e u (veth'le 3am') (Heb.)<br />

Bethlehem (mean. House of<br />

bread)<br />

Bhoc&i&.& (veth'say'da) (Heb.)<br />

Bethsaida (mean. House of<br />

fishing)<br />

Bho&vh (veth'fa'ge) (Heb.)<br />

Bethphage (mean. House of unripe<br />

figs)<br />

Bh& (vel) Loose, untied, dissolved.<br />

[qual. of B2i kBo&j.<br />

BhXXs. (vel'la) m. letter, message.<br />

Bhms. (ve'ma) (Gk.) m. Judgment<br />

seat, tribunal.<br />

fiHpvkkoc (veril'los) m. f. Beryl; a<br />

precious stone.<br />

Bhni (ve'ni) m. Swallow, a small bird.<br />

B h t (1) (vet) m. A branch of a palm<br />

tree<br />

Bh t (2) (vet) f. rib, side.<br />

Bh t (3) (vet) defiled, dirty, sinner.<br />

[qual. of Bo f (2)].<br />

- e T fiH T ^ e t' vet) defiled, dirty,<br />

sinner. See B of(2).<br />

B h tch (vet'se) m. f. War monger,<br />

enemy in war. See Borrc<br />

Bhjb (vesh) Naked, undressed, [qual.<br />

of Bcvp]<br />

- peqfiHjo (raf vesh') n. A naked<br />

person.<br />

Bhx (veg) m. Falcon.See Bex/.<br />

BiB2v.oc (bib'los) Bible book.<br />

Biki (vi'ki) m. Horse's strap.<br />

Bins.sc (vinSg') m. Dish, saucer.<br />

Bini (vi'ni) f. Crucible to melt metals.<br />

Bioc (vi'yos) (Gk.) m. Life, Biography.<br />

Bip (vir) m. Basket made of palm<br />

leaves.<br />

Bici (vi'si) v. To saw. See o n c t (1),<br />

B & c ^ o y &c <<br />

Biac (1) (vig) m. Dice.<br />

Biac (2) (vig) m. The stone in a ring.<br />

B m (vi'ji) v. To submerge under<br />

water, To drown.<br />

Bi-t (vi'ti) v. To dry up and whither<br />

away.


Bit efiofc. 23 fiot<br />

B it efio2v. (vi'ti a'vol) v. To dry up<br />

and whither away.<br />

ftka. (eb'lei or ev'li) f. Drum, a<br />

musical instrument.<br />

62v.».Bh (evl&'ve) f. Disaster, tragedy,<br />

catastrophe.<br />

Bohoi*. (vo Dethi'ya) (Gk.) f. Help, aid,<br />

rescue.<br />

- epfioHem ^er'vo 3ethin') v. To<br />

help.<br />

fiOHOoc (vo'3ethos) (Gk.) m. Helper,<br />

assistant, rescuer.<br />

Boki (vo'ki) v. To conceive, to be<br />

pregnant, to be filled. Used as<br />

epBojci, juB o k /<br />

- epfioKi (^er'vo'ki) v. To become<br />

pregnant.<br />

- juBo k i (1) (3em'vo'ki) f. A pregnant<br />

woman<br />

itfioKi (2) (3em'vo'ki) m.<br />

Conception, pregnancy.<br />

- NHeTeitBoKi (ne 3eta' 3em' vo'ki)<br />

Those who are pregnant.<br />

aciNuBoKi (jin'3em vo'ki) m.<br />

Conception.<br />

Bo?v. (vol) Outside, away.<br />

- iifiok. (Dem'vol) To the outside.<br />

- ufio?v. (n§v 3em'vol) To see,<br />

after being blind.<br />

- eBofc. (3a'vol) To the outside.<br />

- k&BoTl (kS'vol) v. To vomit, to<br />

throw up.<br />

- ca.Bo!fc. (si'vol) The side on the<br />

outside.<br />

Bofc.^ (vol) To dissolve, to<br />

disintegrate [pron. of Booh] .<br />

fio&c (vols) Leaning, tilting, inclined.<br />

Bon (von) n. Someone, something<br />

some. See also o r o n (2).<br />

Bom NiBeN (von nivan') Every one.<br />

See also o r o n n /Bc n .<br />

Boni (vo'ni) m. Evil, envy, harm,<br />

injury. See Boon.<br />

- epfioNi (3er'vo'ni) v. To do evil, to<br />

envy, to harm, to injure.<br />

- peqepfioNi (rePer vo'ni) n. Evil<br />

doer, envious.<br />

- ueTpeqepBom (met'ref 3er vo'ni)<br />

f. Envy, evil, harm.<br />

- lepfioNi (yer'vo'ni) f. Evil eye.<br />

BoNt (von'ti) f. <strong>English</strong> cucumber.<br />

- (T?i.02£ jufioNt (Dech'log 3em<br />

von'ti) f. <strong>English</strong> cucumber.<br />

fiopfiep (vorvar') v. To throw, to cast<br />

away, to expel.<br />

Bopfiep (vorvar') m. casting away,<br />

expulsion. See BepBep-,<br />

BepBwp<<br />

Bopfiep efioft. (vorvar' 3a'vol) v. To<br />

throw out, eject, cast away.<br />

Bocep (vosar') m. Oar, paddle for a<br />

boat. See also o r ocep.<br />

B oct (vost) Dry, roasted.<br />

fioTfieT (votvat') adj. Grassy, green.<br />

fiovkevTH C (vu'levtes') (Gk.) m.<br />

Counselor, member of the<br />

Sanhedrin, senator.<br />

fiov2/i (vu'hi) m. Eyelid,<br />

fiojafieje (voshvash') v. To strike, to<br />

beat up, to smash. See also<br />

oro&oreyo.<br />

fioq (vof) m. Lung,<br />

fio&t (vo'hi) m. Ditch, trench, gutter,<br />

fiot (1) (vo'ti) m. Grains of barley,<br />

wheat, green vegetables. See<br />

Boo f, oroo f (2), oro f.


fiot 24 fiODjy eBo?v<br />

Bof (2) (vo'ti) v. To be defiled, to be<br />

corrupted, to be soiled, to defile.<br />

See B ht(3).<br />

Bot (2) (vo'ti) m. Corruption,<br />

abomination, contamination,<br />

anathema.<br />

- oi liB ot (’oy'^em vo'ti) To be<br />

defiled.<br />

- (fiB o t (chi'vo'ti) v. To become<br />

defiled.<br />

- k&fiot (13'vo'ti) adj. Sodomite,<br />

dirty, stained with sin.<br />

llp&i (3evr§y') m.Grains of barley,<br />

wheat, etc. See also jutBps.t,<br />

eupAi.<br />

fepe&i (1) (3evra'hi) m. Tar, pitch. See<br />

also juhpe&i (1), epnpez,!.<br />

fepe&i (2) (Devra'hi) f. Cart, wheel.<br />

See also uBpe&i (2), Bepe&t.<br />

ftpHOvi (3evre 3u'wi) pi. Baskets, [pi.<br />

of Btpj.<br />

fepHSC (3evreg') f. Lightning. See<br />

eBpHSc.<br />

Boo (vo) f. Tree<br />

- Bo> n&.?v.o2v.i (v6'3en Da'loli) f. Vine.<br />

See &A.o2l/<br />

Book (vok) m. Slave, servant.<br />

- epB(»K (3er'v6k) v. To serve as a<br />

slave.<br />

- jueTfitBK (met'vok) f. Servitude,<br />

. slavery.<br />

Booki (vo'ki) f. Maiden slave, servant<br />

girl.<br />

Baofc. (vol), Book eBo?v. (vol 3a'vol) v.<br />

To loosen, to untie, to melt, to<br />

dissolve, to become morally loose,<br />

to become weak, to disintegrate,<br />

See Bek-, Bh2v, Bo2kA<br />

Book (vol), Book efioft. (vol 3a'vol) m.<br />

Dissolution, melting, decay of<br />

morals, disintegration, nullification,<br />

collapse, interpretation.<br />

- peqB& efioft. (ref vol 3a'vol) n.<br />

The one who solves problems,<br />

interpreter,<br />

- &tB


fioa&eu (vo'ham) v. To sing a hymn,<br />

to chant.<br />

&(0&eu (vo'ham) m. Hymn, church<br />

chant.<br />

25<br />

peq&to&eii (ref vo'ham) n.<br />

Chanter in a church, cantor.<br />

a » + (vo'ti) m. Grains of barley,<br />

wheat, green vegetables. See<br />

B o f (1), o vo f, o r a r f (2).


Y 26 Srp & im a ,,T I K H<br />

(qham ma)<br />

Y abb. of the numeral three; m.<br />

jo o u t (shomt); f. saouf (shorn'ti).<br />

- ttisuout (pi shomt') Tuesday. (The<br />

third day of the week).<br />

- pegjouT (ra shomt') One third.<br />

"S’a.fipiHh (qhabriyeD (Heb.) Gabriel.<br />

(mean. Man of God).<br />

vaza. (gha'z£) (Per.) f. Treasure,<br />

Chest to keep money.<br />

s-&.7 .oc}nr2\.&,KiON (ghi'zo filSk' yon)<br />

(Per-Gk.) m. Treasury, Treasury of<br />

the Jerusalem temple,<br />

v a ^ a (ghi'lci) (Gk.) m. Milk. Eq. to<br />

epcvf<br />

"S’z A & th c (gh§l£t€s') The Epistle to<br />

the Galatians<br />

va^HNHC (gh&lenes') (Gk.) f. Gentle,<br />

Calm or nice (e.g. weather)<br />

(g


V p & $ H 27<br />

vpa.$H (3egr£'fe) (Gk.) f. Writing,<br />

drawing, the art of writing, book.<br />

- Ni7 p&$H eeov&S (nPegri'fe eth<br />

3u'wab) pi. The Holy Scriptures<br />

5 W (gog) Gog.<br />

- S'oi)v Meu U».v


(del ta)<br />

5. abb. of the numeral Four; m. q To v<br />

(3eftu'); f. qTO (3ef'to), or qToe<br />

(’efto^e).<br />

- TtiqTov (pi'3eftu') Wednesday.<br />

(The fourth day of the week).<br />

- peqTOV (ra'3eftu') One fourth.<br />

Aa.ua.ziN (thSmlizin') (Gk.) v. To<br />

subdue, to overcome, to defeat.<br />

- epAa.iua.zm (3er'th&mcizin') v. To<br />

subdue, to overcome, to defeat.<br />

2*.a.ua.cKoc (d&mSs'kos) Damascus.<br />

Aa.mcTHC (thSnistes') (Gk.) m.<br />

Money lender.<br />

Aa.NicTia. (th&nisti'ya) (Gk.) f. Money<br />

lender.<br />

^.&nih2i. (d&niyel') (Heb.) The Book<br />

of Daniel, (mean. God is my<br />

judge).<br />

Aa.na.NH (th3p&'ne) (Gk.) f. Expense,<br />

extravagant expenditure.<br />

X a .v iA (divid') (Heb.) David.<br />

(mean. Beloved).<br />

Ae (tha) (Gk.) conj. But, while,<br />

whereas, on the other hand.<br />

Aeuom (themon') (Gk.) m. Demon,<br />

devil.<br />

AeciTOTa. (thespotci') (Gk.) m. Lord,<br />

sovereign. Eq. to S'otc.<br />

AecxroTHC (thespotes') (Gk.) m.<br />

Lord, sovereign. Eq. to S'o/c.<br />

28<br />

A iA a .c K a A o c<br />

X e v T e (thev'te) (Gk.) Come, (an<br />

exclamation in the plural)<br />

X e v T e p 0N0« i 0N (thev'tero<br />

nomyon') The Book of<br />

Deutronomy.<br />

AHUiovproc (the'miyiir'ghos) (Gk.)<br />

m. Creator, maker of the universe.<br />

Eq. to peqcotNT.<br />

Ahjuoc (the'mos) (Gk.) Tax.<br />

Aia.fioA.oc (thiyS'volos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Devil, slanderer.<br />

AiaA.Hua. (thiyathe'ma) (Gk.) m.<br />

Diadem, band, fillet, the badge of a<br />

king.<br />

Aia.Aoxoc (thiyatho'kos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Successor, inheritor.<br />

Aia.©HKH (thiyathe'ke) (Gk.) f.<br />

Covenant, testament.<br />

- ^fAia.©HKH itfiepi (ti thiyathe'ke<br />

3emva'ri) f. The New Testament.<br />

- H Ai&ohkh Nkna.c (ti thiyathe'ke<br />

3en D£p£s') f. The Old Testament.<br />

Aia.Koma. (thiyakon'yS) (Gk.) f.<br />

Service, ministry.<br />

Aia.Kpicic (thiyakri'sis) (Gk.) f. the<br />

act of discerning ordistinguishing.<br />

Ai&kon (thiya'kon) (Gk.) m. Deacon.<br />

- a,pxiAia.KON (^r'shi thiya'kon) m.<br />

Archdeacon<br />

- V ttoA i&k o n (i'po thiya'kon) m.<br />

Subdeacon.<br />

A 1Aa.CKa.X1a. (1) (thi'thSskcd'yli)<br />

(Gk.) f. Teaching, the occupation<br />

of teaching, instruction.<br />

AiA&CKa.2ua. (2) (thi'th&skSl'yS)<br />

(Gk.) f. The matter taught, precept,<br />

doctrine.<br />

AtAa.CK&X0C (thi'thiskil'os) (Gk.)<br />

m. Teacher, master.


X i A v m o c 29 2S(l>pON<br />

2 s.iA.t m o c (thi'thimos) (Gk.) Didymus,<br />

a twin.<br />

2S.IK&.CTHPI0N (thi'kister'ypn) (Gk.)<br />

m. Court of justice. Eq. to<br />

2S.iKa.CTHc (thi'k&stes') (Gk.) m.<br />

Judge. Eq. to peqfz,s.n<br />

2 u k c o c (thika' 3os) (Gk.) Just,<br />

upright, righteous, equitable, fair.<br />

Eq. to bum.<br />

X iK e o c v N H (thika'3osi'ne) (Gk.) f.<br />

Justice, righteousness.<br />

2siKecoc (thike Dos') (Gk.) adv.<br />

Justly, deservedly.<br />

2uocKopoc (di'yosko'ros)<br />

Dioscorus.<br />

2 littn o n (thip'non) (Gk.) m. The<br />

principal meal of the day, banquet,<br />

dinner. Eq. to st/onc.<br />

2S.ITTTV5COC (dipti khos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Difnar, a <strong>Coptic</strong> book containing<br />

hymns for the saints of each day.<br />

(lit. double folded).<br />

2s.ic k o c (this'kos) (Gk.) m. Tray, disk,<br />

plate.<br />

X m v n o c (thiyo'gmos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Persecution, pursuit, harassment.<br />

2u o >k t h c (thiyoktes') (Gk.) m.<br />

persecutor.<br />

2sorua. (thog'mS) (Gk.) m. Dogma,<br />

. principle.<br />

2s o k iu h (thoki'me) (Gk.) f.<br />

Examination, trial, test, proof by<br />

trial.<br />

- e p & o ju u a .ziN (3erthoki'm £zin') v.<br />

To prove, to try, to examine, to<br />

scrutinize.<br />

A o fco c (tho'los) (Gk.) m. Fraud,<br />

deceit.<br />

2so?a. (thok'sli) (Gk.) f. Glory, honor,<br />

dignity. Eq. to (ifor.<br />

2so^oft.o5-ia. (thoksologi'yci) (Gk.) f.<br />

Doxology, glorification.<br />

2S0TTa.Ti0N (thopSt'yon) (Gk.) m.<br />

Topaz, a precious stone.<br />

2s.ovfc.oc (thu'los) (Gk.) m. Slave,<br />

enslaved.<br />

2sov? (thuks) (Gk.) m. Duke, prince.<br />

^pa.K(OM (3ethr§'kon) (Gk.) m.<br />

Dragon.<br />

A.pottoc (3ethro'mos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Course, race, running a race,<br />

course of life.<br />

^ p v u o c (3ethri'mos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Wilderness, forest.<br />

2s.VNa.uic (thinSmis') (Gk.) f. Power,<br />

strength, might, authority, majesty.<br />

2s.VNa.Toc (thini'tos) (Gk.) adj.<br />

Strong, powerful, mighty.<br />

2s.


e 30 ee-<br />

6 l ipey)<br />

6 e<br />

e abb. of the numeral Five; m. ■tiot<br />

(3etyu'); f. T ie (3etya') or te (ti<br />

3a').<br />

- ttitio v (pi'3etyu') Thursday. (The<br />

fifth day of the week).<br />

- pe’Tio v (ra'3etyu') One fifth.<br />

e (1) (3a) To, for, toward. Its pron. is<br />

epo^ (3a'ro). It follows a number<br />

of verbs indicating direct objects.<br />

e (2) (3a) comparative adj.<br />

- ca.Be e MeqcNHOv (sava'3a<br />

naf'3esne'yu) Wiser than his<br />

brothers<br />

eBAouac (3evthomas') (Gk.) f. Week.<br />

Eq. to &MS&&S9 q.<br />

efiHk. (3evel') except.<br />

efiiaiK (3a'vi 3ayk') pi. Servants, [pi.<br />

of B ook],<br />

efiiHM (3eviyen') n. Distressed, poor,<br />

miserable, dejected, wretched<br />

person.<br />

- ueTefiiHN (met'3eviyen') f. Misery.<br />

eBiN (3a'vol thon') From<br />

where?, where from?<br />

eBokSeN (3a'vol khan') From. See<br />

eB okN ^H T^.<br />

eB okN SH T^ (3a'vol 3en khet') From.<br />

[pron. ofeBohSeN]<br />

e B o ^ a (3a'vol hS') Away from. See<br />

e B oA zxpo^<br />

eBok& apo^ (3a'vol h£'ro) Away<br />

from. [pron. of eBoX&&]<br />

eBok&iTeN (3a'vol hitan') By,<br />

through. See eBob.& i'roT^<br />

eB02k.2,i'T0T/*' (3a'vol hitot') By,<br />

through, [pron. of eBoK^frenj.<br />

efioXxe (3a'vol ja') because, for.<br />

eBov&i (3evu'hi) adj. Scary,<br />

frightening, strange.<br />

eBpe&i (3evra'hi) m. Cart, cogwheel.<br />

eBpHSC (3evreg') Lightning, (usually<br />

as ceveBpHx). See also h pnx<br />

eBu>ov (3avo 3u') Dumb or mute<br />

persons, [pi. of eBo].<br />

eBjm (3ev'shi) Sleepliness,<br />

forgetfullness, negligence. See<br />

afBj&.<br />

- Sen oveBjai (khan 3u 3ev'shi)<br />

adv. Negligently, carelessly,<br />

clumsily.<br />

e e r (3e 3av') pi. Donkeys, [pi. of ewj.<br />

ee- (3eth) Who, which, that. Relative<br />

pron. sg. m., sg. f., pi. Used with


e e & v $ 31 e K a .T o n 'T & p x o c<br />

words starting with B, p, n, A, o or<br />

jut. See also g t -.<br />

- eeoT&.fi (3eth'3uwab') Holy.<br />

- eouez; (3eth mah') filled with.<br />

- 6©mhot (3eth neyii') coming,<br />

ee& vja (De th iv sh -) pi. Ethiopians, [pi.<br />

of eeot>{& or eoo&i]. Hiee&vja<br />

(ni 3eth3vsh') Ethiopia. Also<br />

6 &WTTIS.C.<br />

eefie (3ethva') Because, concerning.<br />

See e&BHT^.<br />

eeB eov (3eth va 3u') Why?, for what<br />

reason?. See o r (2).<br />

e e B e $ & i (3eth va f&y') conj. Because<br />

of this, wherefore,<br />

eefiesce (3eth va ja') conj. Because,<br />

for this reason.<br />

eefiH T ^ (3ethvet') Because,<br />

concerning, [pron. ofeeBe]<br />

SeioTTt&c (3ethi'yopi'ySs). Ethiopia.<br />

See Ntee&rjt>.<br />

eeu ee, (3eth mah') filled with.<br />

eeNecooc (3eth'nasos') adj. f.<br />

Beautiful (lady). See neca<br />

e©MHOT (3eth neyii') coming.<br />

- $HeeNHOT (fe 3eth neyii') The one<br />

who is coming.<br />

eeNiKOC (3ethni'kos) (Gk.) m. adj.<br />

Gentile, foreign, heathen, pagan,<br />

eerioc (3ethnos') (Gk.) m. Nation,<br />

people, tribe. Eq. to fa&oK.<br />

eeoT&fi (3ath'3uwab') Holy,<br />

eeojm (3etho'shi) f. An Ethiopian<br />

person. See eecvy, ee& vja.<br />

eepe (3ethra') vbl. prf. for inflected<br />

(causative) infinitive tense, before<br />

nominal subjects.<br />

e e p e - (3ethra') vbl. prf. for inflected<br />

(causative) infinitive tense sg. f. 2nd<br />

person.<br />

eepeK - (3ethrak') vbl. prf. for inflected<br />

(causative) infinitive tense sg. m.<br />

2 nd person.<br />

eepeN - (3ethran') vbl. prf. for inflected<br />

(causative) infinitive tense pi. 1st<br />

person.<br />

e ep e c- (3ethras') vbl. prf. for inflected<br />

(causative) infinitive tense sg. f. 3rd<br />

person.<br />

e e p e T C N - (3ethretan') vbl. prf. for<br />

inflected (causative) infinitive tense<br />

pi. 2nd person.<br />

e e p e v - (3ethrav') vbl. prf. for inflected<br />

(causative) infinitive tense pi. 3 d<br />

person.<br />

eepeq- (3ethraf') vbl. prf. for<br />

inflected (causative) infinitive tense<br />

sg. m. 3rd person.<br />

e e p i- (3ethri') vbl. prf. for inflected<br />

(causative) infinitive tense sg. 1st<br />

person.<br />

eew N (3e'thon) To where?<br />

eeoojB (3ethosh') m. An Ethiopian<br />

person. See eeojtt/, ee&Tjj).<br />

e i- (3ay) vbl. prf. for circumstantial<br />

tense sg. 1st person.<br />

e ie - (3ay a') vbl. prf. for emphatic<br />

future tense sg. 1st person.<br />

e ie fiT (3a'yevt') m. East.See/eBv.<br />

- cMTeiefiT (s£' payevt') Eastward.<br />

eioTfc. (3eyul') f. Deer, gazelle.<br />

e K - (3ak) vbl. prf. for circumstantial<br />

tense sg. m. 2nd person.<br />

eK& TO N T fcpjcoc (3a'kStont§r' khos)<br />

(Gk.) m. A centurion.


eice- 32 eueo<br />

eKe- (3ak a') vbl. prf. for emphatic<br />

future tense sg. m. 2nd person.<br />

eKKkHcia (3ekek'lesi'y£) (Gk.) f.<br />

Christian Church, assembly,<br />

gathering.<br />

G K kkH ciacTH C (3ekekles'y&s tes')<br />

The Book of Ecclesiastes.<br />

eick.o2u (3ek'loli) pi. Jars, vases, [pi.<br />

of fceAoA.]. See also /ceAoA./.<br />

ejcot (3eko'ti) pi. Builders, [pi. of<br />

eKOO'T].<br />

ckoot (3ekot') m. Builder. See k o o v<br />

e X - (Dal) To hold, to raise, [const, of<br />

fi (3elhob') m. Flame, vapor,<br />

smoke. Also the vapor seen<br />

coming from the nose and mouth<br />

during the cold of the winter,<br />

ekscoofi (3elgob') m. Stork, swan,<br />

eua (3a'm£) (Gk.) m. Blood. Eq. to<br />

CNoq.<br />

euajato (3errieisho') adv. Very,<br />

greatly. See also jua^oo,<br />

iHUAjgaf, t (v n a .<br />

eubpic (3em 3ev'ris) m. Red wine.<br />

See also ithpic.<br />

eulipa) (3em3evro') f. Harbor.<br />

eueN T (3ement') m. West.<br />

caneueH T (s£'pement')<br />

Westward.<br />

- a u e N t (3ci men'ti) ’West places’,<br />

Hades, hell,<br />

eunp (3emer') on the other side<br />

eu©o (3em'tho) adv. Before, in front<br />

of. See it eo.


euea> 33<br />

eueo> (3emtho') f. Depth of the sea.<br />

eui (3a'mi) v. To know, understand;<br />

m. Knowledge, understanding.<br />

- kpieui (3£ri 3a'mi or 3ari Da'mi)<br />

Know, understand, [imper.of eui/.<br />

- JwTeui (33t 3a'mi) adj. Ignorant,<br />

unaware.<br />

- ep& Teur (3er 3it 3a'mi) v. To be<br />

ignorant.<br />

- ju e T& Te u i (met 3cit 3a'mi) f.<br />

Ignorance, unawareness.<br />

- Na.s»Teui (n£sht 3a'mi) adj. hard to<br />

understand, enigmatic<br />

- or MaiTeMi (3oy'3en 3&t 3a'mi) To<br />

be ignorant.<br />

- peqeui (ref 3a'mi) n. Learned,<br />

knowledgeable, proficient.<br />

- x m e u i (jin 3a'mi) m. knowledge,<br />

wisdom, science.<br />

eui see (3a'mi ja) v. to know that., to<br />

feel that., to realize that...<br />

e u K - (3emk) To swallow, [const, of<br />

OfiiK]<br />

e «K ».2/ (3emk£h') m. Pain, suffering.<br />

See ii.K3.Zi<br />

€im & N 0VHfc. (3emma'nu 3el') (Heb.)<br />

Emmanuel, (mean. God is with us)<br />

euN&i (3emniy') adv. Here. See also<br />

JU NX./.<br />

e«NH (3emne') adv. There. See also<br />

iiNH.<br />

e u N o vT (3emnut') m. f. Gatekeeper,<br />

Doorkeeper. See ju n o yt.<br />

euov (3emu') m. weasel, ferret. See<br />

ejuofov/.<br />

eufrjBa. (3em 3ep'shS')To be worthy.<br />

See itnjt)&.<br />

eup&i (3emr3y') m. Grains of barley,<br />

wheat, etc. See also ilp*/,<br />

juilpa./.<br />

eupa> (e3mrd') f. Harbor, port,<br />

eupam ( 3emr6m') m. Pillow. See<br />

also upwu.<br />

e u c- (3ems) To immerse, dip. [const,<br />

of otjuc]<br />

euc&s, (3ems£h') m. f. Crocodile. See<br />

also juc&z,.<br />

euci (3em'si) m. Immersion, diving,<br />

eucofii (3emso'vi) f. Awl, large<br />

needle.<br />

c u t o n (3em'ton) v. To rest, to<br />

repose. See it ton, no to n .<br />

euooovi (3emo 3ii'wi) pi. weasels, [pi.<br />

Of biiOY],<br />

Cujgip (1) (3emshir') Meshir or<br />

Amshir; the sixth month of the<br />

Egyptian (<strong>Coptic</strong>) year. See also<br />

ite&/p, it&ip (1).<br />

eujoip (2) (3emshir') m. Box for<br />

incense. See JUjn/p (2).<br />

eiijsijs (3em'shish) m. Vengeance,<br />

revenge. See ituy/SP, &&/&■<br />

eu&&v (3emh§v') m. Grave, tomb.<br />

See u&a.v<br />

eu& tT (3emhit') m. North. See also<br />

JU&/T, neuz//t .<br />

c& neu& iT (sS'pemhit')<br />

Northward,<br />

euxortv. (3emg6l') m. Onion. See<br />

also itxw A .<br />

eN (3an) m. Monkey, baboon.<br />

eN- (1) (3an) vbl. prf. for circumstantial<br />

tense pi. 1st person.<br />

eN- (2) (3an) To bring, [const, of '/N/j<br />

eti* (3an) To bring, [pron. of in/]


eiia (3enS') Approximately, about,<br />

similar to, like. See also n x (3),<br />

MXY (3).<br />

(3a'n&3ii') adj. Great, exalted.<br />

eNaa/ e (3a'n£3£' 3a) Greater than.<br />

eNa.we^ (3a'neina') adj. Good, nice.<br />

See nans.<br />

eNajse (3a'n&sha') High (price),<br />

cue (3a'ne) if. [This is one of the<br />

words used at the beginning of<br />

conditional statements],<br />

etie- (3an a') vbl. prf. for emphatic<br />

future tense pi. 1st person,<br />

etteve (3enega') (Gk.) v. To argue,<br />

debate, dispute.<br />

eNepria (e3nergi'y£) (Gk.) f. Action,<br />

Activity, operation, performance.<br />

eNece (3ana'se) Beautiful.See also<br />

M6Ce, N 6C0D<<br />

eNecewc (3enesa'os) (Gk.) n. praise<br />

eH62; (3enah') m. Eternity, age<br />

(historical period of time) ,adj.<br />

Eternal; adv. Eternally.<br />

- icaceN TTCMez/ (yisjan'3ep 3enah').<br />

Since the beginning.<br />

- N6N6& (3en 3enah') adv. Eternally,<br />

forever.<br />

- juaeNee, (sh£' 3enah') m. The<br />

eternal one [God]; adv. Eternally,<br />

forever.<br />

e m ru a (3enig'mi) (Gk.) m. Enigma,<br />

riddle.<br />

eNKOT (3en'kot) v. To Sleep, to lie<br />

down, to pass away. See n k o 't .<br />

ew co T (3en'kot) m. Sleep. See<br />

MKOT<br />

enoscoc (3enokhos') (Gk.) To be<br />

subject to, to be guilty of.<br />

34 6TT-<br />

cNTHS£(3en'teg) m. Tares; a certain<br />

kind of weeds. See n t h x<br />

eNTOkH (3endole' or 3entole') (Gk.)<br />

f. Commandment, order.<br />

te N To k H (ti'3endole' or ti'<br />

3entole') v. To order, command<br />

eNxai (3enk&y') m. Thing, something,<br />

possessions. See n x x l<br />

eNjea^i (3ensh§'shi) m. Bitterness.<br />

Scn oveNjsajai (khan 3u<br />

3enshi'shi) adv. Bitterly.<br />

- oi Njaajm (3oy'3enshS'shi) To be<br />

bitter.<br />

SNjyoT (3en'shot) v. To be hard, stiff,<br />

rigid, rough, difficult. See /ffsfov,<br />

N X ^T, HXfWT-<br />

CN2/0T (3en'hot) Trustworthy, faithful.<br />

[qual. of rtx& i]<br />

eN&OYp (3enhiir') To be frightened, to<br />

be silent, to tremble. See ii&ovp<br />

e ^ a ^ m (3eksS'zin) (Gk.) m. Weight,<br />

measure.<br />

e ^a n m a (3eks§pi'n§) (Gk.)<br />

Suddenly.<br />

Scn ore?a.niNa. (khan 3u<br />

3ekscipi'n&) adv. Suddenly.<br />

e ? e cTi (3ekses'ti) (Gk.) Proper,<br />

befitting. Eq. to cjye.<br />

6 ^ 02l0c (3ekso'thos or 3ekso'dos)<br />

The Book of Exodus.<br />

e^opicTia. (3eksorjsti'yci) (Gk.) f.<br />

Exile, banishment,<br />

e^ovcia (3eksu'siy&) (Gk.) f. Power,<br />

authority.<br />

- H ie^orcia. (ni 3eksu 'siyci) The<br />

Powers [one of the orders of<br />

angels]<br />

6tt- (3ap) To count, [const, of w it]


ena.rveft.ia . 35 e p k e e T iN<br />

eTT&srYefc.i&. (3a'p3ngal'y§) (Gk.) f.<br />

Promise, pledge, covenant,<br />

command,<br />

en&pxia. (Da'p3rshi'y3) (Gk.) f.<br />

Parish, province.<br />

enecHT (3a'peset') Downward. See<br />

ecHV, rrecHT.<br />

- ca.necHT (sS'peset') Down, below,<br />

under.<br />

Stthtt (3epep') Epip or Abib, the<br />

eleventh month of the Egyptian<br />

(<strong>Coptic</strong>) year.<br />

eTnfiovfcH (3epivule') (Gk.) f. Plot,<br />

conspiracy, scheme.<br />

eiTivpa.^H (3epigr£fe') (Gk.) f. Title,<br />

address. Eq. to 'c£x.icx.Bo&.<br />

emJiH (3epithe') (Gk.) conj. Since,<br />

because, considering,<br />

enievuis. (3a'pithim'yS) (Gk.) f.<br />

Desire, lust, yearning.<br />

- epem evuiN (3er 3a'pithimin') v. To<br />

desire, to lust, to yearn.<br />

eiT!Ka.?ucee (3a'pik£lis'te) (Gk.) v.<br />

To appeal, to call in, to invite.<br />

eniKHc (3a'pikes') adj. Meek,<br />

humble.<br />

- ueTeTTiKHC (met 3a'pikes') f.<br />

Meekness, humility.<br />

eniCKonoc (3episko'pos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Bishop, overseer.<br />

- »,pxienicKOTToc (3§r'shi 3epis<br />

ko'pos). Archbishop.<br />

- xoopieniCKOiTOC (kho'ri 3epis<br />

ko'pos). Assistant Bishop to serve<br />

in the surrounding areas of a city.<br />

eTTicTHUH (3epis'teme') (Gk.) f. Skill,<br />

competence, talent, knowledge.<br />

enicTofcH (3epistole') (Gk.) f.<br />

Epistle, Message, letter.<br />

eTTiTiMa. (3epiti'ma) (Gk.) f.<br />

Rebuke,scolding, castigation,<br />

censure.<br />

- epeTTiTm&N (3er 3epi'tim§n') v. To<br />

rebuke<br />

eTTiTpoiToc (3epitro'pos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Guardian, trustee, administrator,<br />

' executor.<br />

eTU$&m& (3epifan'ya) (Gk.) m.<br />

Epiphany, ' appearance,<br />

manifestation, (the feast of<br />

Epiphany, the Lord's Baptism.)<br />

eTT0vpa.Ni0N (3a'pur§'niyon) (Gk.)<br />

adj. Heavenly.<br />

eTTTHpq (3a'3epterf) Wholly, entirely.<br />

See 't h p ^.<br />

eTTsaeuuo (3a'3epshem'mo) adv.<br />

Abroad, to foreign places. See<br />

yjeuiuo.<br />

efrssoH (3a'3epshoy') adv. Upward,<br />

skyward, towards heaven. See<br />

&o>t.<br />

etr3x,e (3a'3ep khi 3a') adv. At the<br />

end, lastly. See £&.e.<br />

errsciNJCH (3a'3ep jin je') adv. In<br />

vain,for nothing, for naught, free.<br />

See xiNSCH.<br />

ep- (3er) v. To do. [const, of ipij<br />

epkva.TTa.N (3er 3a'ghapan') v. To<br />

love. See kv&TTH<br />

ep k n& ziN (3er 3&giyei'zin) v. To<br />

sanctify. See kvi&ziM<br />

epkvaw Hzecee (3er 3§gho'ne<br />

zes'te or 3er 3§g6'ne zes'te) v. To<br />

fight, to struggle. See kvw N<br />

epkeeTiN (3er 3§'thetin) v. To<br />

disregard. See k& eTm


ep&eN&i 36 e p r A T H C<br />

epaeNai (3er 3§th n£y') v. To be<br />

cruel, merciless, hard-hearted. See<br />

ATS,/<br />

epaeNa&f (3er 3eith nSh'ti) v. To be<br />

unbelieving, doubting. See N A & f<br />

epa.©Novt (3er 3ath nu'ti) v. To be<br />

godless. See n o r f<br />

epauc (3er 3§yk') v. To dedicate,<br />

consecrate. See a /k .<br />

epa.Na.jy (3er 3cincish') v. To swear.<br />

See ana#.<br />

epaNexecoe (3er 3a'nekes'te) v. To<br />

bear, to be patient. See<br />

knexec&e.<br />

epaNouiN (3er 3§'nomin') v. To<br />

transgress, to violate the law. See<br />

knows..<br />

epawaNTaN (3er 33p£nt3n') v. To<br />

meet by a coincident. See<br />

k /ta n t a n<br />

epaTrac (Der ^pas') v. To become<br />

old. See a tta c.<br />

epaTTekiTixiN (3er 3apel'pizin') v. To<br />

loose hope. See kne& m ziN .<br />

epaiTo2i.a,zecee (3er 3&po'th§<br />

zes'te) v. To bid farewell to a<br />

traveler. See kno&Axec&e.<br />

epacna7.ec&e (3er 3is p i zes'te) v.<br />

To salute, to greet, to kiss. See<br />

ACJTACUOC.<br />

epa/retti (3er 3§t 3a'mi) v. to be<br />

ignorant. See 'em.<br />

e p a T K a t (3er 3§t kS'ti) v. To be<br />

ignorant. See/c&f.<br />

epaTCW TCM (3er'3§t so'tam) v. To<br />

become disobedient.See cooveju<br />

epaTjaav (3er'iit shiv') v. Fail, spoil,<br />

to be unsuccessful. See f&Av (1)<br />

epavNaN (3er 3civnSn') v. Inspect,<br />

inquire. See aynan.<br />

epfiaca.mz>N (3er visi'nizin') v. To<br />

torture, to examine closely. See<br />

B AC AN 17. IN<br />

epfiekke (3er vel'le) v. To become<br />

blind. See BeAA.e.<br />

epBepi (3er va'ri) v. To renew, to<br />

become renewed. See Bepi.<br />

epBi (3er'vi) f. Enclosure, camp,<br />

dwelling.<br />

epBiN (3er'vin) m. Papyrus plant.<br />

epfiiT (3er'vit) m. Camel's saddle.<br />

epfiOHeiN (3er vo 3ethin') v. To help.<br />

See Bo h&i a .<br />

epfioKi (3er vo'ki) v. To become<br />

pregnant. See Bo k i.<br />

- xiNepfioKi (jin 3er vo'ki) m.<br />

Conception.<br />

epfiom (3er vo'ni) v. To do evil, to<br />

envy, to harm, to injure. See Bon/.<br />

- peqepBom (ref 3er vo'ni) n. Evil<br />

doer, envious.<br />

- ueTpeqepfioNi (met ref 3er vo'ni)<br />

f. Envy, evil, harm.<br />

epfiODK (3ervok') v. To enslave or to<br />

serve as a slave. See B ook.<br />

epfiooTC (3er vots ) v. To make war.<br />

See Boovc<br />

epvacra. (3er ghasi'yS or 3er gisi'yi)<br />

(Gk.) f. Work, business, craft. Eq.<br />

to &00B.<br />

epvacTHpioN (3er ghister'yon or 3er<br />

gister'yon) (Gk.) m. Business<br />

place, workplace. Eq. to<br />

liANep&ooB.<br />

epvaTH C (3er gh£tes' or 3er gates')<br />

(Gk.) m. Worker. Eq. to<br />

peqep&ooB.


6P&.&U&Z1N 37 e p ia r T<br />

epft.&ju&?;iN (3er thS'mSzin') v. To<br />

subdue, to overcome, to<br />

defeat. See A ajus, ?///.<br />

epXoKm ^ziN (3er thoki'm£zin') v.<br />

To test, try, examine, scrutinize.<br />

See A o k ij u h .<br />

'epe (1) (3era') vbl. prf. for<br />

circumstantial tense, before<br />

nominal subjects.<br />

epe (2) (3era') vbl. prf. for emphatic<br />

future tense, before nominal<br />

subjects.<br />

e p e - (3era') vbl. prf. for circumstantial<br />

tense sg. f. 2nd person.<br />

epefio (3er 3a'vo) v. To become<br />

dumb. See eBo.<br />

e p e e - (3ere a') vbl. prf. for emphatic<br />

future tense sg. f. 2nd person.<br />

epe5Cua.fc(OTeviN (3er 3ekm&<br />

lo'tevin') v. To take into<br />

captivity.See exuzb-ooc/a..<br />

epeMoxfciN (3er 3a'noklin') (Gk.) v.<br />

To burden, to annoy.<br />

e p e n ie v M iN (3er 3epi'thimin') v. To<br />

desire, to lust, to yearn. See<br />

bn/evu/s,<br />

e p e n iTiu & .N (3er 3epi'timSn') v. To<br />

rebuke. See bn/T/jua.<br />

ep'ecie(3er 3a'si 3a') v. To get<br />

submerged, buried, drowned. See<br />

bc/b.<br />

e p e rre N - (Deretan') vbl. prf. for<br />

circumstantial tense pi. 2nd person.<br />

e p e T e rie - (Cretan' 3a') vbl. prf. for<br />

emphatic future tense pi. 2nd<br />

person.<br />

e p e T iN (3eretin') (Gk.) v. To ask,<br />

plead, beseech, entreat.<br />

epeTiKoc (3ereti'kos) (Gk.) Heretic.<br />

See zepeviKoc.<br />

eperc (3erevs') m. Priest. Eq. to<br />

o y h B.<br />

- a.pjc>'epevc (3Srshi' 3erevs') m.<br />

Chief priest, high priest.<br />

epe$2vHov (3er 3efle'yii) v. To act in<br />

vain. See etp&Hov.<br />

epe5Ctt*2va>TeviN (^er 3ekm£l6'<br />

tevin') v. To take into captivity. See<br />

e xitx^w cis..<br />

epejsooT (3er 3eshot') v. To trade, to<br />

deal with buying and selling. See<br />

essxvT.<br />

epHov (3ere'yu) Each other, with<br />

each other. Usually prefixed with a<br />

possessive pronoun indicating<br />

whether it is<br />

1st person plural NeNepHov<br />

(nan'3ere'yu),<br />

2 nd person plural NeTeNepHov<br />

(netan'3ere'yu),<br />

or 3rd person plural MorepHov<br />

(niPere'yti).<br />

epHpTT (3er 3erp') v. To become wine.<br />

See npn.<br />

ep H crx^Z iN (3er 3e'sikazin') v. To<br />

rest, to be quiet. See t/crx/&.<br />

epHT (3eret') v. To vow, to promise,<br />

to pledge; m. Vow, promise,<br />

pledge. See also p h t (2).<br />

epee&piN (3ertha'3orin') v. To behold<br />

the divine, see, watch. See<br />

eewpts.<br />

epiefissooT (3er yab shot') v. To work<br />

in buying and selling. See<br />

teB& w r.<br />

epitt>T (3er' yot) v. To become a<br />

father. See /o u t.


epK&OHKIN 38 e p «H<br />

epK&OHKiN (3erka'thekin') v. To<br />

Instruct, teach, preach.<br />

epK&c (3er k&s') v. To become bony<br />

(as a result of being sick). See<br />

K&C.<br />

epKAT&NT&N (3er kitintSn') (Gk.)<br />

v. To arrive, to come upon. See<br />

K&T&NT&N.<br />

epK&.THvopiN (3erkate'qhorin' or<br />

3erkate'gorin')) v. To accuse, to<br />

charge. See K&THS'op/s,<br />

epKaTH 5ciN(3er kitekin') v. To give a<br />

sermon, to instruct. See<br />

K&. THXHC/C.<br />

epK a T& H T (3er' kat het') v. To<br />

become wise. See k & t &h t .<br />

e p K ivu s, (3er k^v'mci) v. To burn.<br />

See k&yus.<br />

epKa&c (3er kihs') v. To become a<br />

habit. See K&.&C.<br />

epKekeviN (3er'kelevin') v. To<br />

order, to command. See<br />

Ke&ev/N.<br />

epKepui (3er ker'mi) v. To turn into<br />

ashes, dust. See K e p w .<br />

epKiN^VNCTiN (3er kinthi'nevin') v.<br />

To get into a perilous situation, to<br />

venture. See k in A woe.<br />

epkkHpoNouiM (3er 3ekle'rono min')<br />

v. To inherit. See kb.Hp0N0u/&.<br />

epjcok&ziN (3er ko'l£zin') v. To<br />

punish. See ko& az/n.<br />

epicocuiN (3er'kozmin') v. To<br />

decorate, to adorn. See kocju/n.<br />

epicorp (3er kiir') v. To become deaf.<br />

See K o rp (2).<br />

epKovaci (3erku'ji) v. To become<br />

smaller, to decrease in number.<br />

See k o y x l<br />

epKYN&pi'JUN (3erkin'3ethrizin') v. To<br />

graft, transplant.<br />

epKtof (3er ko'ti) v. To make a turn,<br />

to circumvent. See K w f<br />

epkatm m (3er lumpin') v. To<br />

illuminate. See h zju m ic<br />

e p k a x i ( 3er l&'ji) v. To urge<br />

persistently, ask aggressively,<br />

press. See &&x/ (1).<br />

ep2viT&Nevm (3er litci'nevin') v. To<br />

perform a litany. See A./t u n /s..<br />

epjua.KS.pi7.rn (3er'maka'rizin') v. To<br />

bless. See ju&Kxp/oc.<br />

epuaN (3ermin') m. Pomegranate.<br />

epuapTvpoc (3er'mSrti'ros) v. To be<br />

martyred. See ju&pTrpoc.<br />

epuacTivs-oc (3er'mastin'ghos or<br />

3er'mistin'gos) v. To whip, to lash.<br />

See u x c t /w o c .<br />

epuaToi (3er'mcitoy') v. To join the<br />

army, to become a soldier. See<br />

JUS. TO/.<br />

epuav (3er mliv') v. To become a<br />

mother. See jus.y (1).<br />

epueepe (3er'methra') v. To bear<br />

witness, testify. See ue&pe.<br />

epuekeTaN (3er'melet^n') v. To<br />

Ponder, study, contemplate. See<br />

jueAeTH.<br />

epiuekiN (3er'melin') v. To take care<br />

of someone. See ue&HU*.<br />

epueTaNOiN (3er'met3nen') v. To<br />

repent, feel remorse. See<br />

juernNO/x..<br />

ep«H (1) (3er me') v. To urinate. See<br />

uh (1).<br />

epuH (2) (3er me') f. Tear drop.<br />

- fepuH (ti'3erme') v. To weep, to<br />

shed tears.


epuHNerm 39 epovoT<br />

epuHNevm (3er'me'nevin') (Gk.) v.<br />

To translate, to interpret.<br />

epuHNevTHC (3erme'nevtes') m.<br />

Interpreter, translator.<br />

eptiHNi* (3ermen'ya) (Gk.) f.<br />

Interpretation, explanation,<br />

translation.<br />

epuHC (3ermes') Hermes, Mercury.<br />

epuTTsa* (3er'3em 3ep'sh§) v. To<br />

become worthy of. See jungx<br />

epjuTTjaija (3er' 3em3ep'shish) v. To<br />

take revenge. See jutrsyi&.<br />

Gpjuam (3ermon') (Heb.) Mount<br />

Hermon (on the border between<br />

Palestine and Lebanon).<br />

epuojov (3er'mo 3u') v. To melt. See<br />

ju o u o y(1).<br />

epjuaxm (3er'mo 3ii'wi) pi. Tears, [pi.<br />

of epjUH].<br />

- $tt)N epuooovi efiofc. (fon 3er'<br />

mo3u'wi 3a'vol) v. To shed tears, to<br />

cry.<br />

epNW (3er n&y') v. To have mercy.<br />

See /*&/.<br />

epN».saT (3er nSsht') v. To be cruel,<br />

to be heartless. See n & .@ t.<br />

epNa.sa'f (3er nash'ti) v. To help, to<br />

defend, to support. See<br />

epNHfi (3er neb') v. To reign, to<br />

govern, to be lord. See nhB.<br />

epNHCTeriN (3ernes'tevin') n. To<br />

fast. See n h c t i x .<br />

- &qepNHCTeYiN (3af 3er nes'te vin')<br />

He fasted.<br />

- u&.peNepNHCTevw (mSren 3er<br />

nes' tevin') Let us fast.<br />

epHijat (3er nish'ti) v. To become<br />

great, to become big. See m p f.<br />

epNOfii (3e r no'vi) v. To commit sin, to<br />

sin. See noBi.<br />

- M epN oBi (3Sy'3er no'vi) I sinned.<br />

- peqepNofii (ref'3er no'vi) n. Sinner.<br />

e p N O vt (3er nu'ti) v. To become god.<br />

S e e n o vf.<br />

epNoqpi (3er nof'ri) v. To be useful, to<br />

be fruitful.<br />

c e p N o q p i (3e s ,:,er nof'ri)<br />

Impersonal expression. It is better<br />

to.., it is profitable to<br />

epN toiK (3er noyk') v. To fornicate, to<br />

commit adultery. See nooik<br />

epo^ (3a'ro) To, for, toward, [pron. of<br />

e]<br />

epo (3a'ro) (To) you. (sg. f.). See<br />

epo<<br />

epoi (3a'roy) (To) me. See epo<<br />

epotKONouiN (3er 3e'konomin') v.<br />

Manage, regulate, administer. See<br />

OIKONOUIS..<br />

- peqepoiKONOUiN (ref 3er 3e'ko<br />

nomin') n. Manager, Administrator.<br />

epoK (3a'rok) (To) you. (sg. m.). See<br />

epo^.<br />

e p b ito X o v iN (3er'3omologin') v. To<br />

confess. See ojuo^or/x..<br />

ep o N (3a'ron) (To) us. See epo<<br />

e p o c (3a'roc) (To) her. See epo<<br />

epoYUHja (3er'3u mesh') v. To<br />

increase in number. See uhh)<br />

ep o v N & i (3er 3iin§y') v. To do mercy.<br />

See nx.1.<br />

e p o r o T (3er 3u'3ot) v. to be active,<br />

enthused, eager, glad.<br />

e p o v o T (3er 3u'3ot) m. enthusiasm,<br />

eagerness, excitement, happiness.<br />

See p m o r 'T p w o v r .


eporpo 40 eppojuni<br />

- Sew o v e p o v o T (3khan 3u'3er<br />

3u'3ot) adv. Enthusiastically,<br />

eagerly, gladly.<br />

- te p o ro T (ti'3er 3ii'3ot) v. To<br />

energize, encourage, arouse,<br />

inflame, invigorate.<br />

epovpo (3er 3ii'ro) v. To become<br />

ruler, to reign. See orpo.<br />

epovTa.2/ (3er 3u't&h) v. To be fruitful,<br />

to give fruit. See orvs.& .<br />

epovdo (3er 3u'3o) v. To reply, to<br />

answer; m. Reply, answer. See<br />

ovd) (2)<br />

epovoDfiia (3er'3ii 3obsh') v. To<br />

become white. See oreuB&.<br />

epovwi (3er' 3C1 3oy') v. to farm. See<br />

OVOfl.<br />

epoY(oiNi (3er'3ii 3oy'ni) v. To<br />

illuminate, to radiate. See<br />

o r cum/.<br />

epoq (3a'rof) (To) him. See epo<<br />

epiT».p&.BeMiM (3er p§r§'venin') v. To<br />

transgress, to overstep. See<br />

jrnps.Bs.ctc.<br />

epn&p&NOuiN (3er peirci'nomin') v.<br />

To violate the law. See<br />

TTSpSNOUOC<br />

epneeNANeq (3er path'n£naf') v. To<br />

do good. See n s n c .<br />

epneTt/iwov (3er pat'h53u') v. To do<br />

evil. See rreT& w or.<br />

epTreoojo (3er 3ep thosh') v. To put in<br />

order, to design, to prepare. See<br />

0OUS9 (2).<br />

epTTie&oov (3er'pi 3a'ho 3ii') v. To<br />

spend the day. See e&oor.<br />

epnie3c (3er pi 3agorh') v. To<br />

spend the night. See exwpz,.<br />

epmp&ziN (3erpi'razin') v. To tempt,<br />

to put to the test. See mpscjuoc.<br />

epir2va.ziN (3er 3ep'lcizin') v. To<br />

create, to form. See tt& s cju s.<br />

epnft.&.N(N (3er 3ep'ISnin') v. To<br />

wander from the path of virtue,to<br />

go astray. See ttK s n h .<br />

epTTopMevm (3er por'nevin') v. To<br />

commit adultery. See nop m s.<br />

epiipeTTi (3er 3epra'pi) v. To be<br />

proper, suitable, fitting. See<br />

frpem.<br />

eptrpecfievm (3er 3epres'va'vin') v.<br />

To intercede. See frpecB/s.<br />

epnpez/i (3er'3epra'hi) m. Tar, pitch.<br />

See also hpe&i (1), uftpee/i ( 1).<br />

epTrpoKOTTTiN (3er 3ep3rokop'tin) v.<br />

To advance, to prosper. See<br />

npOKOJTH.<br />

epfrpoceYxecee (=>er 3epros'<br />

3evkes'te) v. To pray. Eq. to<br />

vcuBz/. See npocevxH.<br />

epnpoc^epiN (3er 3epros'ferin') v.<br />

To offer. See npoctpops.<br />

eprrpo$HTeYiN (3er 3eprofe'tevin')<br />

v. To prophesy. See npotpmis..<br />

epTTWfijj) (3er 3ep 3obsh') v. To<br />

forget. See wBg).<br />

eppauutaJo (3er' r§m3 3o) v. To become<br />

rich. See pstts'o.<br />

eppeupa.vjs v. (3er'rem r£vsh') To<br />

become meek, to become gentle.<br />

See ps.rj&.<br />

eppeu&e (er remha') v. To become<br />

free. See peju&e.<br />

eppourn (3er rom'pi) v. To reach one<br />

year of age. See poum .<br />

- ep .. Mpouni (3e r '.. 3en rom'pi) v.<br />

To reach.. years of age.


eppooui 41 e p x ^ K i<br />

eppooui (3er ro'mi) v. To become a<br />

man, to take a human body. See<br />

pwjut ( 1).<br />

eppoooTjs ^er'ro 3ush') v. To be<br />

anxious, to worry.<br />

epcaA.ni^iN (3er-s§l'pizin') v. To<br />

sound the trumpet. See<br />

cs.2i.ni w o e .<br />

epcefiecee (^er seves'te) v. To<br />

worship, to pray. See ccBhc. See<br />

also epceBHcee.<br />

epcefiHcee (3er seves'te) v. To<br />

worship, to pray. See cbBhc. See<br />

also epceBecee.<br />

epcHov (3er' seyu') v. To pass time.<br />

See CHor.<br />

epcK&.N2v&2u 7 ecee ^er'^es k£n<br />

thi'lizes'te) v. To cause to<br />

stumble. See 'cks.nAsX.on<br />

epciceTr&.ziN (3er ^eska'pSzin') v. To<br />

cover, to protect. See 'cKenscjus.<br />

epcuH (^er^esme') v. To become<br />

famous. See cu h<br />

epcN&v (3er'3esneiv') v. To become<br />

two. See CNsr.<br />

epcofiT (’er sovt') v. To make a wall<br />

around, to protect. See c o B t.<br />

epcofif (3er sov'ti) v. To get ready, to<br />

prepare. See c o B f<br />

epcokcek (^er'solsal') v. To comfort.<br />

See coXceK (2).<br />

epcox (Der sog') v. To become<br />

stupid. See cox<br />

epcp&2» (3er 3esrih') v. To disgrace,<br />

to scandalize. See cpsa,.<br />

epcTa.vpooNiN (er'3estivro'nin) v.<br />

To crucify. See b T s rp o c .<br />

epcv N x o o p iN (^er'-sinkho'rin) v. To<br />

forgive, absolve.<br />

epc$pa.ri7.iN (Der 3esfr§'gizin') v. To<br />

certify, vouch, attest. See<br />

ccppsr/c.<br />

epcoo (^erso') f. A stable, barn or<br />

shelter for animals,<br />

epcooov (3erso 3ii') pi. Shelters for<br />

animals, [pi. of epcw],<br />

epTeN& (Dertenh') v. To grow wings.<br />

See T 6 N&.<br />

epTofi (^er'tob) Ephah; a measure for<br />

wheat [Egyptian erdabb]. See also<br />

eprouB.<br />

epTokua.N (3er'tolmin') v. To be<br />

bold. See t oAjus.<br />

epTVTioc (’er ti'pos) v. To bean<br />

example. See tytto c.<br />

epToo (^erto') f. A linear measure<br />

equal to the distance between the<br />

tip of the thumb and the tip of the<br />

little finger.<br />

epToofi (3ertob') Ephah; a measure<br />

for wheat [Egyptian erdabb]. See<br />

also epToB.<br />

epa.ssi (^er f&'shi) v. To divide into<br />

two halves. See


epxfcpizecee 42 e p S o T<br />

epsc&pizecee (3er khS'rizeste') v. To<br />

bestow, to grant. See x&ptc.<br />

epscepeTiziN (e3r shera'tizin') v. To<br />

greet. See xepe.<br />

epxpeuTC (3er'3ekremts') v. To<br />

become smoky, to become dark.<br />

See x p e u t c .<br />

epxpia. (3er 3ekri'ya) v. To need, to<br />

lack, to want. See xpi&<br />

epxpoq (^er 3ek'rof) v. To be<br />

deceitful. See xpoq.<br />

ep^fSfciN (3erepsS'lin) v. To sing<br />

psalms and praises. See &&&//*.<br />

epooiK (3er 3oyk') v. To become<br />

bread. See


epSa>T 43 ep(f eHNe<br />

ep3tt)T (3erkhot') pi. Wounds,<br />

plagues, stabs, [pi. of epSoT].<br />

- n iu h t rtepScoT (nimet' 3en<br />

3erkhot') m. The ten plagues.<br />

ep&a.i (Der hSy') v. To become a<br />

husband. See &*/.<br />

ep&aA (3erhcir) v. To deceive. See<br />

ep&a.n (^er hSp) v. To legislate, to<br />

render a judgement. See &&TT.<br />

ep&ekTTic (3er hel'pis) v. To have<br />

hope. See &eAir/c.<br />

ep&em (^er ha'mi) v. To steer, to<br />

manage. See &ejut.<br />

epz/Hfii (Der he'vi) v. To grieve, to<br />

mourn. See &hBj. See also<br />

ep£HBi.<br />

ep&HKi (3er he'ki) v. To become<br />

poor. See &h k i.<br />

ep2/HT cn&v (3er het'3esn§v') v.<br />

Equivocate, to be double-minded.<br />

See z>ht cn xv.<br />

epg/HTc (3er hets') v. To begin. See<br />

&H.<br />

epz>QH* (3er'3eh the') v. To regret.<br />

See & o h ^ (1).<br />

ep&iK (3er hik') v. To bewitch, to<br />

charm. See &ik.<br />

ep&i$&,2/0V (3er hi'fahu') v. To<br />

follow. See of(1).<br />

epsj/VTTOiAONiN (3er hi'pomonin') v.<br />

To endure, to become patient. See<br />

2/YTT0JU0NH.<br />

epz/wfi (3er hob') v. To work, labor.<br />

- peqep&a>fi (ref 3erhob') n. Worker.<br />

- jua.Nep&a>ll (m£'3en 3erhob') m.<br />

Workplace, factory.<br />

ep2/it>T (3er hot') v. To sail, to float.<br />

See &W T.<br />

ep2/«BTn (3er hotp') v. To join, to<br />

reconcile. See w t t t ( 1).<br />

epac (3erg) f. Chick, baby chicken,<br />

epx&te (3er gciy'3a) v. To become<br />

ugly, (m.) See x& te.<br />

epx&iH (3er g§y'3e) v. To become<br />

ugly, (f ) See x& ih.<br />

epxiNiop (3er jin'yor) v. To cross to<br />

the other side of the sea or river.<br />

See xiNiop.<br />

epxoki (3er go'li) v. To decay. See<br />

x o K i.<br />

epsctt) (3ergo') f. Chicken,<br />

epxwfi (er gob') v. To become weak,<br />

to become frail. See xooB.<br />

epacwpi (3er go'ri) v. To become<br />

strong. See x


e p (f 111 (w o t 44 e T e H ^ o T<br />

epC'mooov (3er chi'mo 3ti') v. To<br />

urinate. See uaoor (4).<br />

ep(fnop (Der chi'yor) v. To cross a<br />

river or a sea. See S'tiop.<br />

ep(T M&.Y (Der 3echniv') v. To become<br />

lazy. See S'ns.y<br />

ep(foic (Der choys') v. To become<br />

lord, master. See S'oic.<br />

ep+$>p.<br />

ec- (3as) vbl. prf. for circumstantial<br />

tense sg. f. 3rd person.<br />

ece- (Das-a') vbl. prf. for emphatic<br />

future tense sg. f. 3rd person.<br />

ecH T (3eset') m.. Lowest part,<br />

bottom, ground. See also n e c H T.<br />

e n e c H T (3a'peset') adv.<br />

Downward.<br />

- 'i eTTecHT (3iy 3a’peset') v. To<br />

come down, to go down. See /<br />

c ju t c c h t (sa'peset') adv.<br />

Downward.<br />

eceHii (Destem') m. Black powder<br />

used as a cosmetic for the eye.<br />

Egyptian "Kohl". See C0 hu<br />

ecie (1) (3a'si 3a') m. Drowning,<br />

submersion.<br />

- epecie(3er 3a'si 3a') v. To get<br />

submerged, buried, drowned.<br />

ecie (2) (3a'si 3a') adj. Proud,<br />

arrogant.<br />

6CK6N (3es'ken) Beside, alongside.<br />

SeectceN.<br />

ecKi (3es'ki) f. Delay. See cvck<br />

ec


'eTHJU* 45 6VC5CHU


ev^wuia. 46<br />

ev$HJUi& (3ev fem'yS) (Gk.) f. Good<br />

report, good repute.<br />

ev$p&.THC (3ev'fr&tes') (Aryan) The<br />

river Euphrates, (mean. The good<br />

and abounding river).<br />

evx& picTia. (3evkha'risti'y§) (Gk.) f.<br />

Eucharist, thanksgiving.<br />

evxH (3evke' or 3evshe') (Gk.) f.<br />

Prayer, vow.<br />

iipocevxH (3epros'3evke') f.<br />

Prayer<br />

e v x o f c o n o N (3ev'khoIog'yon) (Gk.)<br />

m. Liturgy book. Egyptian<br />

"Kholagy".<br />

erxpH CTia. (3ev'3ekresti'ya) (Gk.) f.<br />

usefulness.<br />

ea.2/0T (3ef&hQ') adv. Towards the<br />

back, backward. See k&or,<br />

&hoy.<br />

- ep e$ fc.H o v (3e r 3efle'yu) v. To act<br />

in vain.<br />

- jueTefc.Hov (met 3efle'yu) f.<br />

Futility, emptiness.<br />

- Sen o T u e Te ^ X H O T (khan 3ii met<br />

3efle'yu) adv. In vain.<br />

e$ua. (3a'3efm&') Instead of, in place<br />

of. See ju&.<br />

efcovw (3a'3ef 3Qwi'y or 3a'3ef<br />

3Qwa'y) Every one, every person.<br />

See ov&t.<br />

€ $ p e u (3efram') (Heb.) Ephraim.<br />

(mean. To be fruitful).<br />

e


'ejyT(4), @of.<br />

- cpejawT (3er'3eshot') v. To trade,<br />

to buy and sell.<br />

- u& hejaooT (3er'3eshot') m. Shop,<br />

trading place.<br />

eq- (1) (3ef) To press (olives, grapes),<br />

to gather, to mop up. [const, of<br />

wqt]<br />

eq- (2) (Daf) vbl. prf. for circumstantial<br />

tense sg. m. 3rd person.<br />

eqe- (3af-a') vbl. prf. for emphatic<br />

future tense sg. m. 3rd person.<br />

eqT- (’eft) v. To nail, secure, fix,<br />

attach, [const, of w q t ]<br />

eqaci (3ef'ji) m. Wrinkle.<br />

- oi neqsci (3oy'3en 3ef'ji) To be<br />

wrinkled.<br />

eSHT (3ekhet') adv. Northward. See<br />

£ h t .<br />

eSovM (3ekhun') adv. Inward. See<br />

jSOYH<br />

- t e£>ovN(ti'3ekhun') v. To resist, to<br />

oppose.<br />

e^pHi (3a'Dekhrey') adv. Downward.<br />

See £ p h i.<br />

e2,e (3a'he) m. f. Cow, ox.<br />

e&Na.* (3ehn£') v. To desire; m.<br />

Desire, will. See also bna.^.<br />

[pron. pf e&ne].<br />

Usually prefixed with n e v .<br />

- TTeTe&N&K (pa'tehnik') Your will.<br />

e^/Me (3eh'ne) m. Will, desire.<br />

e2,oov (3a'ho3u') m. Day<br />

- nee/oov juutici (3ep 3a'ho 3u' 3em<br />

mi'si) m. The day of birth, birthday.<br />

47 e tfo v<br />

- epine&oov (3er pi 3a'ho 3ti') v. To<br />

spend the day.<br />

- u$oov (3emfo 3u') Today.<br />

- Noqpi e^oov (nof'ri 3a'ho3u')<br />

Good day. See noqpi.<br />

62/00V uuojyi (3a'ho 3u' 3em mo'shi)<br />

m. One day's journey. See juojtu.<br />

62/OOv fip&N (3a'ho 3u'3enrin') m.<br />

Important day, famous day.<br />

ee,OTe (3ehota') prep. More than.<br />

See also e,o*re.<br />

eg/OTepo^ (3ehotaro') More than.<br />

[pron. of e&oTe]<br />

e ip s .^ (3a'3ehri') Facing, in front of.<br />

[pron. of e&pen]<br />

eipeN (3a'3ehran') Facing, in front of.<br />

eip H i (3a'3ehrey') Upward. See i.pm<br />

e&pm esc con (1) (3a'3ehrey' 3agon)<br />

Upon us.<br />

eipH i eacooN (2) (3a'3ehrey' 3agon')<br />

On our behalf,<br />

e^ooov (3aho'3u) pi. Cows, oxen. [pi.<br />

of e&e].<br />

eaceN (3ajan') Upon.<br />

eacHov (3ege'yu or 3eje'yu) pi. Ships.<br />

[pi. of xo / (1)].<br />

eacoo^ (3eg5') Upon, over. [pron. of<br />

esce/f]<br />

eacoope, (3a gorh') m. Night. See<br />

xoopz,<br />

- epnieacoop2, (3er' pi 3egorh') v. To<br />

spend the night<br />

- Nac(i>p2, (3engorh') adv. By night.<br />

- Noqpi eacoop2, (nof'ri 3a gorh')<br />

Good night. See Noqpi.<br />

e


Coov (so3u')<br />

So-oo<br />

P abb. of the numeral six; m. coot<br />

(so Du'); f. co (so), orcoe (so3a').<br />

- mua,t,cooT (pimSh'so 3u') The<br />

sixth.<br />

- iticoot (pi'so 3u') Friday. (The<br />

sixth day of the week).<br />

- pecooT (ra'so 3u') one sixth.<br />

48<br />

^HTa, (ze'ta)<br />

S ^ e e T a ,<br />

Z«>ON<br />

% abb. of the numeral Seven; m.<br />

jo&jyq (shishf); f. jaa.s»qi<br />

(sh^sh'fi).<br />

- (ein sh&shf') m. Week.<br />

- nijB&jBq (pi shSshf') Saturday. (The<br />

seventh day of the week).<br />

- pesa&syq (ra sh&shf') One seventh.<br />

^ iK x e o c (zakka' 3os) (Heb.)<br />

Zacchaeus. (mean. Pure).<br />

£a.X&pi&c (zakha'riyas') Book of<br />

Zechariah. (mean. Remembered<br />

by Jehovah).<br />

Z&xpi (zak'ri) m. Sugar.<br />

zeMzeN (zan'zan) m. A small lizard.<br />

Z6TC (zevs) (Gk.) n. Zeus.<br />

ZHfcoc (ze'los) (Gk.) adj. zeal,<br />

jealousy, fervor. Eq to xo& .<br />

Z h X w th c (ze'lotes') (Gk.) m.<br />

Zealot, enthusiast. Eq to peqxoz<br />

Z H Th cic (zete'sis) (Gk.) f.<br />

Controversy, dispute.<br />

Z


H T & (3e'ta)<br />

Eeta<br />

h abb. of the numeral Eight; m.<br />

jyuHN (3eshmen‘); f. jbuhni<br />

(3eshme'ni).<br />

- pejyuHN (ra 3eshmen') One<br />

eighth.<br />

kveuoNia. (3e'gemon'yii) (Gk.) f.<br />

Authority, sovereignty. See<br />

ZHVeUONIZ.<br />

H 7 e «(B « (3e'gemon') (Gk.) m.<br />

Governor, chief, sovereign. See<br />

Z,HVeti(VN.<br />

HVOVueMoc (3e'ghuma'nos) m.<br />

Archpriest, Hegomen, Director,<br />

supervisor. See ZHVonuetioc.<br />

H&e


k c o v m tg Cip& x (3esu' 3enta'<br />

sirikh') The Book of Sirach.<br />

Hcvxta (’esik'yi) (Gk.) f. Rest,<br />

silence, quietness.<br />

- e p k cvx a ziN (3er 3esi'kizin) v. To<br />

rest, to be quiet.<br />

50<br />

h to c (3e'tos) (Gk.) m. A silver coin.<br />

hjsi (3e'shi) m. Lice. See evHSDt.<br />

HXi (De'ji) m. Leek, a vegetable;<br />

Green color.


© 51 ©&;5^<br />

0 HT&. (the'ta)<br />

Theeta<br />

© abb. of the numeral Nine; m. iJfiT<br />

(3epsit'); f. i|fit (^epsi'ti).<br />

- pe^JriT (ra ^epsit') One ninth.<br />

© (Deth) The definite article for sg. f.<br />

See also f, t .<br />

©a (thi) That of, that which belongs<br />

to, that which pertains to [Proclitic<br />

pronoun for sg. f. nouns]. See


©a.5i 52 e e ^ T H f i<br />

©&3i (thi'khi) Drunk, [qual. of 0/3/].<br />

©a.&eu (th£ham') Invited, called.<br />

[qual. of 0


©eo- 53 ©eS-<br />

©eo- (tha'3o) (Gk.) m. God. Eq. to<br />

n o v f .<br />

OeoXcopoc (tha'3odo'ros) Theodore.<br />

(mean. The gift of God)See<br />

Awpo/f.<br />

©eokovia. (tha'3olog'ya) f. Theology,<br />

©eokoroc (tha'3olo'ghos) m.<br />

Theologian.<br />

©ebnpeTTOc (tha'3opra'pos) Fit for<br />

God, proper for God<br />

© eoc (tha'3os) (Gk.) m. God. Eq. to<br />

N o r f .<br />

©eocefiHC (tha' 3oseves') m. Pious,<br />

God-fearing person.<br />

- jueToeocefiHC (met tha'3ose ves')<br />

f. Godliness, reverence for God,<br />

piety.<br />

©ebTOKia. (tha'3otoki'ya) f. A praise<br />

for St Mary.<br />

0ebTOKoc (tha'3oto'kos). Mother of<br />

God. Eq. to U& CN O vf<br />

©eov (tha 3u') (Gk.) m. God. Eq. to<br />

n o v f .<br />

0eb$ik.oc (tha'3ofi'los) Theophilus.<br />

(mean. Loved by God, God-loving)<br />

eeb$opoc (tha'3ofo'ros) (Gk.) God-<br />

bearer.<br />

©ep&nia. (thari'pyi) (Gk) f. Healing.<br />

Eq. to


©ej5© (thekh thokh') Mixed,<br />

confused, [qual. of 0 o£ee3 ].<br />

eeSewS* (thekh thokh') To mix,<br />

befriend, fraternize, confuse, [pron.<br />

of eo£ee£],<br />

©ez, (thah) Mixed, combined, turbid.<br />

[qual. of eo>g].<br />

o h - (the) That, demonst. pron. sg. f.<br />

©hBi (the'vi) f. Casket, Coffin.<br />

Sarcophagus. See oeBt (2),<br />

vauS i, c2lh.<br />

©He©- (the'3eth) Who, which, that.<br />

Relative pron. sg. f. Used with<br />

words starting with B, p, n, A , o or<br />

ju. See also o h s 't -.<br />

© H e© N ec(oc ( th e ^ e th n a 's o s ) f. The<br />

o n e w ho is beautiful. See<br />

eenecwc.<br />

©HeT- (the'3et) Who, which, that.<br />

Relative pron. sg. f. Used with<br />

words starting with letters other<br />

than B, p, ti, A, o or ju. See also<br />

0 H 6 0 -.<br />

©HGTe jUm &v (thePeta^emmSv')<br />

That, demonst. pron. sg. f.<br />

© h u (them) To be closed, shut. [qual.<br />

of 0WJU]<br />

© hn (then) m. Sulfur, brimstone.<br />

©h ni (the'ni) v. To sprout, grow,<br />

succeed.<br />

©h n o v (thenu ) pron. suffix for pi. 2nd<br />

person.<br />

© h o v (the'yii) m. Wind, breath. See<br />

also 0 ov.<br />

- fc.a.©Hov (IS theyii') n. Storm,<br />

strong wind.<br />

- Nejan©HOV (neshp the'yii) f. Fan<br />

- c&p&eHOV (sSri the'yii) f. Storm,<br />

strong wind.<br />

- 5C».©hot (kd the'yii) m. Window<br />

- z,i nioHor (hi'pi the'yii) v. To die,<br />

to breath (his) last. See z>i.<br />

- z>i neq©HOV (hi' pef theyii') v. To<br />

breath his last, to die. See &/.<br />

©HptON (ther'yon) (Gk.) n. Wild<br />

animal.<br />

©Hc&vpoc (thesiv'ros) (Gk.) m.<br />

Treasure. Eq. to k&o (1). See<br />

also 0 vc*rpoc.<br />

©h t (thet) Calm, satisfied, mixed.<br />

[qual. of 0 (0 t],<br />

©hjb (thesh) Determined, settled.<br />

[qual. of ooojt/ (1), 0 Oj& (1)].<br />

©iBc (thibs) m. Heel.<br />

- €i©iBc (chi'thibs) v. To follow.<br />

©i k (thik) m. Spark, flash, bit of fire,<br />

©iqi (thi'fi) v. To swell, to grow a<br />

tumor.<br />

©iqi (thi'fi) m. Swelling, tumor.<br />

- M©oq©eq (Den' thof thaf') adj.<br />

Swollen, puffed up, bulging.<br />

© i5i (thi'khi) v. To get drunk; m.<br />

Drunkenness. See©a.5i.<br />

- peq©u5i (ref thi'khi) n. Drunkard<br />

- 2CiMjyTeu©i3i (jin 3esh'tem thi'khi)<br />

m. State of being sober.<br />

©2vh (3ethle') v. To drip, filter, seep,<br />

trickle. See also *A//A/,<br />

v e A t/A/.<br />

©2v.h (3ethle') m. A drop, a trickle.<br />

©2vh?u (’ethle'li). v. To drip, filter,<br />

seep, trickle. See also ©2lh,<br />

TefcTifci.<br />

©2utyic (3ethlip'sis) (Gk.) f. Distress,<br />

pressure, affliction, tribulation. Eq.<br />

to & ox& ex.


© kou 55 ©ONTeN<br />

ekou (3eth'iom) m. Furrow, shallow<br />

trench, path, lines made by the<br />

plough.<br />

ekam (3ethlom') pi. Furrows, [pi. of<br />

eXoju],<br />

©u&ie- (3ethmi'ye) To justify, [const.<br />

Of 0JUSJO].<br />

o u w h o y t (3ethm£yut') Justified,<br />

vindicated, exonerated, [qual. of<br />

0JUS./O].<br />

e «M o (3ethm&'yo) v. To justify, to<br />

vindicate, to exonerate. See jus./<br />

(2), jusio, ejuste- jus/o^<br />

bjusto^ o j u s ih o y t .<br />

©u&io (3ethmi'yo) m. Justification,<br />

vindication.<br />

©jua.10^ (3ethm£'y°) To justify, [pron.<br />

Of 0JUSIO],<br />

euecio (3ethmes'yo) v. To help<br />

deliver a baby. See w e t.<br />

- peqeuecio (ref 3ethmes'yo) f.<br />

Midwife. See w e t.<br />

ouh (3ethme') m. Reed, straw, mat<br />

made of reeds.<br />

euHi (3eth mey') n. A righteous<br />

person. See j u h i (2).<br />

buHTpa, (3ethmet'r&) f. The womb.<br />

See jum ps,.<br />

buic (3eth'mis) pi. Dust, ashes.<br />

©n &v (3ethniv') When ?. [interrog.<br />

word]<br />

©o (1) (tho) m. Multitude, variety,<br />

abundance.<br />

- ©o NpHt (tho 3en re'ti) Many<br />

kinds.<br />

eo (2) (tho) m. World, universe,<br />

eoi (thoy). m. Spot on the skin, birth<br />

mark.<br />

eoteoi (thoythoy) Spotted with<br />

colored spots.<br />

©ok (1) (thok). m. Knife, razor.<br />

scalpel. See also b w k .<br />

©ok (2) (thok) m. Mast of a boat.<br />

eoKeu (thokam') Pulled out, or<br />

drawn, [qual. ofewjceju],<br />

ookc^ (thoks) To pierce, stab. [pron.<br />

of e o r z (1)].<br />

©okc (thoks) Pierced, stabbed, [qual.<br />

o fe o rz (1)].<br />

©0K T 6K (thoktak') v. prickle, to print<br />

a tattoo. See also xoKxetc.<br />

©oXB^ (tholb) To defile, [pron. of<br />

eovXeB]<br />

eokefi (thoiab-) Defiled, [qual. of<br />

eeo&eB]<br />

©okc (thols) Immersed, dipped,<br />

submerged, [qual. of eot&c].<br />

eou (1) (thorn) m. Mat made of straw,<br />

eou (2) (thorn) m. Circle, hoop.<br />

©ou^ (thorn) To shut, close, [pron. of<br />

eouju]<br />

©owe (thorns) v. To bury. See eoojuc,<br />

0 6 juc-, eojuc^ eojuc,<br />

eouc-^ (thorns) To bury. [pron. of<br />

ewjuc],<br />

©o«c (thorns) Buried, [qual. of<br />

ecujuc],<br />

© ouTeu (thomtam') v. To oppress,<br />

to darken, to burden. See<br />

TOJUTeiu, vejueooju.<br />

©ou$in (tho'3em fin') m. Weasel.<br />

See (p/ff.<br />

© ohtch (thontan') v. To be like, to be<br />

similar. See TeN&WN-<br />

TeNeaoN^, 'Ten»(on,<br />

VeN0(VMT.


eopTT 56<br />

eopir (thorp) The state of being sewn<br />

(for clothes), [qual. of eoopn].<br />

eopjo (thorsh) The state of being red.<br />

[qual. of ooopw].<br />

©o t -^ (thot) To mix, pacify, calm.<br />

[pron. of ecvT],<br />

© o r- (thii) Wind, breath, [p.c. of<br />

&Hor]<br />

- ©ovpHC (thiires') Southern wind.<br />

- ©OVU2/IT (thiimhit') Northern wind.<br />

90VM (thu'Wciy). f. Threshold. See<br />

also 0 B&1.<br />

©ovefco (thii 3a'lo) v. To overflow,<br />

inundate, flood. See also t orJAo<br />

© o ve T- (thu' 3et) To gather, [const.<br />

of eooovf]<br />

©o v h t (thii Det') Gathered together.<br />

[qual. ofecoorf]<br />

p e q © o vH T(re f thu 3et') n.<br />

Gatherer, the one who gathers.<br />

© ov© ov (thu'thu) n. A skin disease<br />

causing discoloration.<br />

©ovue (thii'me) n. The zodiac sign<br />

Virgo’.<br />

© o vkc (thuks) To pierce, stab. See<br />

0 o v% (1).<br />

© o r^ (1) (thtiks) v. To pierce, stab.<br />

See 0OYKC, 6


©pejopcoso 57 ©(OMC<br />

©pejopouya (Dethreshrosh') n. Red<br />

color; [qual. of bpoj&pejtt] Red.<br />

©PHfi (3ethreb') m. A kick, a hit with<br />

the foot.<br />

0pHNoi m t b lepem &c (3ethre'ni<br />

3enta' yera'miyas') The Book of<br />

Lamentations.<br />

©PHnoc (3ethre'nos) (Gk.) m. Wailing,<br />

lamentation.<br />

©pm (3eth'rim) m. The metal<br />

’mercury’.<br />

©pip (1) (3eth'rir) f. Oven.<br />

©pip (2) (3eth'rir) m. Tray.<br />

©po (3eth'ro) To cause someone to do<br />

something. See e p e ^ epe.<br />

©poNoc (3ethro'nos) (Gk.) m. Throne,<br />

royal seat.<br />

- TTeicbpoNoc (pek 3ethro'nos) Your<br />

throne,<br />

©pojo (3eth'rosh) v. To become red.<br />

©pojspeja (3eth'rosh rash') v. To<br />

become red; m. Redness. See<br />

©pe^pouja.<br />

©twoc (1) (thi'mos) (Gk.) m. Passion,<br />

passionate longing.<br />

©vmoc (2) (thi'mos) (Gk.) m. Anger,<br />

wrath, rage.<br />

©rc&vpoc (thisSv'ros) (Gk.)<br />

Treasure. Eq. to k&o. See also<br />

eHC&vpoc.<br />

©vci& (thisi'yi) (Gk.) f. Sacrifice,<br />

offering. Eq. to &or&cvor&/<br />

©vcifcCTHpiON (thisi'ySste'riyon)<br />

(Gk.) m. Altar. Eq. to<br />

ju&nepo vspaoo<br />

©0) (tho) Yours, poss. pron., 2nd<br />

person sg.f., possessed noun sg. f.<br />

©a>fi$» (1) (thobsh) v. To be amazed,<br />

to be astonished.<br />

©ctffig) (2) (thobsh) m. Influence,<br />

effect.<br />

©«)i (thoy) Mine. poss. pron., 1st<br />

person sg., possessed noun sg. f.<br />

©(ok (thok) Yours, poss. pron., 2nd<br />

person sg.m., possessed noun sg.<br />

f.<br />

- ©one T e tacoM Yours is the<br />

power<br />

©«)K (1) (thok) m. Knife, razor,<br />

scalpel. See also 0 ok<br />

©(ok (2) (thok) m. Mast of a boat.<br />

©(ok (3) (thok) v. To kindle, to ignite,<br />

to set fire, to cook on fire; m. Fire,<br />

fervor.<br />

- u&n©(ok (mS'3en thok') m. Oven.<br />

©(okcu (thokam') v. To pull out or<br />

draw (a knife or a sword). See<br />

0 eKeu-, eotceu.<br />

©(okc (thoks) v. To pierce, stab. See<br />

e o v z (1).<br />

©(ofcefi (tho'lab) v. To defile, to be<br />

defiled, polluted; m. blemish, dirt,<br />

stain, defilement, pollution. See<br />

ewK&*, 0oKe&.<br />

a.T©(ofcefi (3at tho'lab) adj.<br />

Unpolluted, spotless.<br />

- t©a>fceB (ti tho'lab) v. To pollute,<br />

defile.<br />

©(Ofcc (thols) To be immersed,<br />

dipped submerged.<br />

© am (thorn) m. Barrier, fence.<br />

© am (thorn) v. To shut, close. See<br />

0 e u -, 0 ou*, 0hu,<br />

©(o«M2/HT (thorn'3en het') v. To be<br />

cruel, to have a hardened heart; m.<br />

Cruelty, hardened heart.<br />

©(ouc (thorns) v. To bury. See 0 e u c -<br />

, 0OJUC-S, 0OJUC.


©am 58 ©0>SS<br />

- u&nooouc (m i'3en thorns') m.<br />

Cemetery, burial ground,<br />

graveyard.<br />

©n (1) (thon) Ours. poss. pron., 1st<br />

person pi, possessed noun sg. f.<br />

earn (2) (thon) Where ?<br />

- efiok0tt)N (3a'vol thon') From<br />

where?, where from?<br />

- eeooN (3ethon') To where?<br />

- n ©o>n (3enthon') Where?<br />

- $&©oon (fithon) From where?<br />

©(BNTeM ((thontan') v. To estimate,<br />

to measure.<br />

©o v i (sin' tho 3u'wi)<br />

Shoemaker, cobbler.<br />

O o o o tt (tho 3iit') n. Thout or Tut; the<br />

first month of the Egyptian (<strong>Coptic</strong>)<br />

year.<br />

© (oovt (tho 3ut') m. Statue of an idol.<br />

© (b o ttc (tho 3uts') f. Collection,<br />

assembly, congregation, group,<br />

©ouovt (tho 3u'ti) v. To gather,<br />

congregate, assemble; m.<br />

Assembly, gathering.See e o re v-,<br />

0 O V < 0 T^, O O YH T.<br />

- u&.N«(OOV't (m i 3en'tho 3ii'ti) m.<br />

Meeting place.<br />

- 2ciN©pTT (ref thorp') n. Clothing<br />

maker, tailor.<br />

©tt»PS» (thorsh) v. To become red.<br />

See eopjtf.<br />

©


ecojo 59 eo>&c<br />

- «,tov©o>ssj (3§t 3u thosh') adv.<br />

Unintentionally.<br />

- 5a, oveooja (kh£ 3ii thosh') adv.<br />

Intentionally.<br />

eooja (2) (thosh) m. Regulation, rule,<br />

ordinance, statute, law, design,<br />

plan, intent.<br />

- eptrecMjo (3e r3ep thosh') v. To put<br />

in order, design, prepare.<br />

- peqea>jy (ref thosh') n. Organizer,<br />

designer, leader.<br />

- xinocojo (jin thosh') m. The act of<br />

preparation, organization.<br />

- tea)so (ti thosh') v. To take a<br />

decision, to give an order.<br />

ea)s» (3) (thosh) m. Region, district,<br />

province, state.<br />

eo)j8 (4) (thosh) m. Border, limit.<br />

- a,Tea)ja (3£t thosh').adj. Has no<br />

limit, unsettled, vacillating.<br />

- (Tieo)jB (chi thosh') v. To become<br />

a neighbor, to be next to.<br />

- teo)jB (ti thosh') v. To put a limit, to<br />

set a border.<br />

ea>s» (5) (thosh) m. Diagnosis of a<br />

disease.<br />

eo>q (thof) His. poss. pron., 3? person<br />

sg.m., possessed noun sg. f.<br />

eu)£ (thokh) v. To mix, disturb,<br />

prepare, add; m. Mixture,<br />

disturbance. See ee3-,<br />

eeS, eee,.<br />

a.Teo)3 (3£t thokh') adj. Not mixed,<br />

not confused, prudent,<br />

unadulterated.<br />

- uweu);5 (m&y thokh') adj. One<br />

who loves to get to know people<br />

and to meddle in their business.<br />

- peqeo>5 (ref thokh') n. A nosy and<br />

inquisitive person.<br />

- peqtea)3 (ref ti' thokh) n. Trouble<br />

instigator.<br />

- teo>5 (ti' thokh) v. To start trouble.<br />

ea)5 Nca, (thokh 3enseT) v. To stir (in<br />

cooking).<br />

ea>&eu (thoham') v. To call, invite;<br />

m. Invitation, calling. See e& zeju-<br />

es.B,jue^, e&zeiu.<br />

- peqea)2/e« (ref' thoham') n. Host,<br />

the one who invites.<br />

- 2£iNeo)&eu (jin' thoham') m. Act of<br />

inviting, calling.<br />

eo)&ee& (thoh thah') v. to make<br />

things turbid, muddy, dirty, to stir<br />

up, to instigate. See also eo&.<br />

- ueTeo>2,ee2/ (met thoh thah') f.<br />

Turbulence, perturbation, unrest.<br />

eo>2/C (thohs) v. To anoint; m.<br />

Anointing, Ointment, paint. See<br />

e&&c-, e&&c.<br />

TTIOtt>2,C MT6 nijbooni (pi<br />

thohs'3enta' ni sho'ni) m. The<br />

unction of the sick.<br />

- Nez, «TTiea)e,c (nah'3empi thohs')<br />

m. Anointing oil.<br />

- peqepea.&c (ref 3er th&hs') n.<br />

House painter, wall painter.<br />

- peqea)2,c (ref thohs') n. The one<br />

who anoints.<br />

- 5dNeo)2/C (jin thohs') m. the act of<br />

anointing.


I 60 l&.'T'f<br />

ltD Ta. (yo'ta)<br />

Yota<br />

T abb. of the numeral Ten; m. j u h t<br />

(met); f. JUHt (me'ti).<br />

- p e «H T (ra met') One tenth.<br />

'i (3iy) v. To come, arrive.<br />

- x m l (jin 3iy’) m. Coming, advent.<br />

'i eBok. (Diy’ ’a'vol) v. to exit, to go<br />

outside.<br />

- jua.Ni eBok. (m i^en ’ iy^a'vol) m.<br />

Exit.<br />

- sciNi efiok (jin ^iy'^a'vol) m.<br />

Coming out, starting, founding.<br />

'i eBok eipeN (Diy' 3a'vol 3a'<br />

^ehran') v. To come out to meet.<br />

'i eBok&tTeN (^iy’a'vol hitan') v. To<br />

leave, to leave behind.<br />

'i eirecHT (3iy 3a'peset') v. To come<br />

down, to go down.<br />

- xirii enecH T (jin 3iy'3a'peset') m.<br />

Coming down, descent.<br />

'i eTTssooi (3iy ^ e p s h o 'y ) v. To<br />

ascend, to go up.<br />

- scini etrsawi (jin ’iy^a'^ep shoy')<br />

m. Going up, ascent.<br />

i W o t (3iy 3atot') v. To arrest, to be<br />

arrested, to fall in the hands of.<br />

'i eT&H (Diy ^a^et-he') v. To go<br />

forward, be successful, advance.<br />

'i eSoTN (3iy'3akhiin) v. To enter, go<br />

inside.<br />

- iua.Ni cSovn (mi'^en 3iy' 3akhiin')<br />

m. Entrance.<br />

- xiNi cSovn (jin 3iy'3akhiin') m.<br />

Going in, getting inside.<br />

"i e&pHi (3iy 3a'3ekhrey') v. To go<br />

down, descend,<br />

'i eipH i (3iy 3a'3ehrey') v. To go up,<br />

to ride.<br />

'i esteN (3iy 3ajen') v. To go up, ride.<br />

'i rtca (3iy 3ensa') v. To seek, pursue,<br />

look for.<br />

la (y£) m. Valley, ravine,<br />

la - (yS) Donkey. See also /w (2).<br />

- la n tio o y (y&'3ento 3u') m. Wild<br />

donkey.<br />

- la 'c2/iju> (y£' 3es-hi'mi) f. Female<br />

donkey.<br />

- la 2/OBOYT (yS'ho 3ut') m. Male<br />

donkey<br />

la - (yi) To wash, [const, of /at/]<br />

- ia T O T ^ (yatot') To wash the<br />

hands.<br />

laBi (ySvi) f. sickness, illness,<br />

infirmity.<br />

laK«)Boc (ySko'bos) (Heb.) Jacob,<br />

James, (mean. Seizing by the heel<br />

of)<br />

iaX (yal) f. Mirror.<br />

ia k N& aT (y£i'3en h£t') f. Silver<br />

mirror. See & j t .<br />

iaN(ylin) m. The plant 'violet1 or its<br />

flower, violet color.<br />

iapo (yi'ro) m. River.<br />

lapwoY (y£'ro Du') pi. Rivers, [pi. of<br />

/&po],<br />

lacnic (ySs'pis) f. Jasper; a precious<br />

stone.<br />

ia T ^ (yit) A glance, gaze,<br />

contemplation.<br />

- juekjciaT-^ (melkySt') v. To watch,<br />

observe, contemplate.


I & T O T ^ 61 tepoc<br />

- ttJOvma.T'*' (3d 3u'niySt') Blessed.<br />

- t w a r -^ (ti'niySt') v. To see,<br />

observe, contemplate.<br />

- ua.i& T^ (m£y£t') Look, observe,<br />

contemplate, [imper. of<br />

la.TOT'*' (y£ tot') v. To wash the<br />

hands. See is.-, t o t ^ .<br />

IS.Y (y3v) m. Linen.<br />

ia.&- (y3h) Field, [p.c. of io&i]<br />

ia.2,a.2v.ofci (y£h 3§'loli) m.<br />

Vineyard.<br />

- f&2/jbsoHN (y3h 3eshshen') m.<br />

Forest<br />

'ifii ( 3e'vi) v. To thirst; m. Thirst. See<br />

oBt.<br />

iAiouthc (3ithy6tes') (Gk.) m.<br />

Layman, unskilled person, an<br />

ignorant man.<br />

'lAcofcoN (3itho'lon) (Gk.) m. Idol,<br />

statue, image<br />

le (1) (ya) Or, or whether.<br />

- qT&i le qTH (3eft§y'ya 3ef te')<br />

Here or there.<br />

le (2) (ya) Then, unless, surely.<br />

iefi (1) (yab) m. finger or toe nail,<br />

hoof, claw. See also ih B.<br />

- icfi nps.t (yab 3en r3t') Bird or<br />

animal claw. See p&rr.<br />

lefi (2) (yab) m. Art, handmade craft,<br />

decoration. See ten, tonn.<br />

lefi K (b t (yab kot') m. The art of<br />

decorating buildings,<br />

lefi n&n&mhi (yab'en 3animey') m.<br />

Handmade jewelry crafts.<br />

iefi NeoopTT (yab'3en thorp') m. The<br />

art of sewing.<br />

iefi iiNovfi (yab'3en nub') m.<br />

Handmade gold crafts.<br />

iefi N&&.T (yab'3en hit') m.<br />

Handmade silver crafts,<br />

iefi NStrOiAT (yab'3en homt') m.<br />

Handmade copper crafts.<br />

ieficT (3er yab shot') v. To<br />

trade, to work in buying and<br />

selling.<br />

lezeiciHft. (yeza'kiyel) (Heb.)<br />

Ezekiel, (mean. The strength of<br />

God).<br />

lefcefc (yelal') v. To shine, sparkle;<br />

m. Brightness, shine,<br />

len (yap) m. Art, handmade craft,<br />

decoration. See te£ (2).<br />

tepfiONi (yer'vo'ni) f. Evil eye.<br />

iep&TiKH (Gk.) (yerS'tike') Priestly.<br />

lepsTiKOC (Gk.) (yeri'tikos) Priestly,<br />

lepeui&c (yera'miylis) (Heb.)<br />

(mean. Appointed by Jehovah)<br />

leperc (yerevs') (Gk.) m. Priest.<br />

iepo (ya'ro) (Gk.) Holy.<br />

lepou&pTvpoc (ya'ro m^rti'ros)<br />

The holy martyr.<br />

iepoUra.2k.THC (ya'ro psiltes') The<br />

holy psaltist.<br />

lepoc (ya'ros) (Gk.) Holy.


leporcs.2k.Htt 62<br />

leporc3wk.HU (yarii'silem ') (Heb.)<br />

Jerusalem, (mean. The habitation<br />

of peace)<br />

ie $ (yaf) m. Art, handmade craft,<br />

decoration. See w B (2).<br />

- ieov


ioe-i 63 io><br />

- nieeNio) N Te tuioz, (pi then'yo<br />

3enta' piyoh') m. Eclipse of the<br />

moon.<br />

- TrmijBi MTe mioz, (pi mi'shi<br />

3enta' piyoh') m. Eclipse of the<br />

moon.<br />

io&i (yo'hi) m.Me\6<br />

- Nefiio&i (nab yo'hi) n. Owner of the<br />

field. See /&&-.<br />

lo t (yoti')p/. Fathers, [pi. of k o t ],<br />

ipHNH (3irene') (Gk.) f. Peace,<br />

tranquillity. See z /p h n h .<br />

'ipi (1) (3e'ri) v. To do, to make. See<br />

k p /- k p t o n , k p /T ^ .p s ., ep-,<br />

0/(1).<br />

- kjaipi n. (3&'shiri) n. adj. Active<br />

diligent person.<br />

- peiiNipi (rem 3en 3e'ri) n. Worker,<br />

doer.<br />

- peqipi (ref 3e'ri) n. Maker, doer.<br />

- TSjee 'ipi (ti'she 3e'ri) v. To do<br />

great things, To do a lot.<br />

- xtNipi (jin =>e'ri) m. Act of doing.<br />

'ipi (2) (3e'ri) v. To spend time<br />

'ipi (3) (3e'ri) v. To add up to, make<br />

(in arithmetic).<br />

'ipic (3i'ris) (Gk.) f. Iris, rainbow. Eq. to<br />

HTTe.<br />

1c An abbreviation of Ihcovc.<br />

ic (1) (yis) Since, ago.<br />

ic.(2) (yis) interj. Here is, Behold.<br />

- ic fcHTTTTe (yis hep'pe) interj. Here<br />

is, Behold.<br />

1c&&k (Dis& 3§k') (Heb.) Isaac.<br />

(mean. Laughter).<br />

lcp&Hfc. (3isrS 3el') Israel, (mean. To<br />

wrestle with God).<br />

lcpa.Hfc.iTHC (3isrH 3e'lites') m. f.<br />

Israelite.<br />

icxvpoc (3is shi'ros or yis shi'ros)<br />

(Gk.) m. Strong, mighty, robust.<br />

Eq. to xoopt.<br />

icsce (yisja') If, as if.<br />

icxeic (yisjak') If, as if.<br />

IC2C6N (yisjan') Since, from.<br />

- icxert ireNez, (yisjan'3ep 3a'nah)<br />

Since the beginning. SeeeNes,.<br />

- ICX6N tMOV N6U S0».eMe2,<br />

(yisjan' tinu'nam sh i'3a'nah) From<br />

now to eternity. See f/tov,<br />

jg&'eNez,.<br />

- icsceN iaopn gja. 3a.e (yis jan<br />

shorp'sha jshS 3a') From the<br />

beginning to the end. See s&opn,<br />

- icxcn 2/i^orei (yisjan'hi 3ef' 3u<br />

Day') From afar.<br />

- icaceN scooot jsa. jcojov (yisjen'<br />

go 3ii' shci go 3u') From generation<br />

to generation.<br />

'its . (3it£') (Gk.) Then, afterward,<br />

thereupon.<br />

'iT e (3ita') (Gk.) Whether, or.<br />

itcm (3itan') m. Garbage, trash.<br />

- peqqiiTeM (ref fi'3itan') n. Garbage<br />

collector.<br />

i% evc (Dikh'this) (Gk.) m. fish. This<br />

word is used as a symbol for<br />

Christ. It stands for I h c o v c<br />

VCp tcTo vc Be o r Ytoc<br />

Gw t h p (Jesus Christ, Son of<br />

God, Savior).<br />

ito (1) (yo) To wash. See koi. See<br />

IK- n / '<br />

- peqioo (ref yo) n. cleaner, washer.<br />

- u&ni(o (m§ 3en yo) m. Cleaning<br />

tub, bathtub.


i efioJv. 64<br />

io> efiok. (yo 3a'vol) m. Washing,<br />

ablution, purification,<br />

itt) (2) (yo) f. Donkey. See also ed>,<br />

/s..<br />

1(*)S.nnhc (yo 3an'nes) The Epistles<br />

of John.<br />

- £ 1(o&n n h c (yo 3an'nes 3ti'wi) The<br />

First Epistle of John.<br />

- 5 I co&nn h c (yo 3an'nes 3esnu'ti)<br />

The Second Epistle of John.<br />

- ¥ Ioo&nnhc (yo3an'nes shom'ti)<br />

The Third Epistle of John.<br />

loofi (yob) (Heb.) Job. (mean.<br />

Persecuted).<br />

loai (yoy) v. To wash. See /oo(1),<br />

/&-, n C< HOOT<br />

koi efiok (yoy 3a'vol) v. To wash<br />

1(on& (yo'n3) (Heb.) Jonah, (mean.<br />

Dove)<br />

Koov (yo 3u') Washed, [qual. of koi<br />

orioo]<br />

- a.Ti(ooY (it'yo 3u') adj. Dirty,<br />

unwashed.<br />

icopeu (yo'rem) v. To be amazed,<br />

astonished, to gaze. See /open.<br />

nop2/ (yorh) v. To see, watch.<br />

iu>p& (yorh) m. Sight, vision<br />

- xiNioope, (jin yorh) n. Vision,<br />

perception.<br />

i


K 65 KKfcKU0<br />

K ^ n n a . (kap pa)<br />

Kappa<br />

ic abb. of the numeral Twenty; m.<br />

x o v t (gut); f. sccdI" (go'ti).<br />

k - (3ek) vbl. prf. for simple present<br />

tense sg. m. 2nd person. Used with<br />

verbs starting with letters other<br />

than B, p, n, A , o or ju. See x .<br />

k *.B (k&b) adj. Shrewd, intelligent,<br />

smooth, deceitful, sneaky.<br />

- ueT K S.fi (met' k&b) f. Deceit,<br />

shrewdness, cleverness,<br />

deception.<br />

K&fi&i (kavay') pi. Baskets<br />

Ka.fia.iTHc (kaviytes') n. Maker of<br />

baskets.<br />

Ka.fii (ki'vi) f. Oil container, oil lamp.<br />

Ka.oa.poc (kcithi'ros) (Gk.) adj.<br />

Clean, pure, untarnished.<br />

K a.ea.pT oc (kathar'tos) (Gk.) adj.<br />

Pure, clean, good.<br />

- SKKea.pToc (^'kath^r'tos) (Gk.)<br />

adj. Impure, unclean.<br />

KKeekp* (k£thed'r§) (Gk.) f. Seat,<br />

chair, headquarters.<br />

K&.eipoc (kithi'ros) m.Turtle. Eq. to<br />

e&ODT.<br />

KKeicua. (klithiz'mi) (Gk.) m. Seat,<br />

rear, bottom.<br />

Ka.eofc.iKH (kitholike') (Gk.) adj.<br />

Universal, catholic.<br />

km (ka) (Gk.) And. See ice (2).<br />

ksinoc (ka'nos) (Gk.) New. See<br />

K6N0C,<br />

Ka.ici (kiy'si) f. Preparation for burial,<br />

Shroud.<br />

K a .iTi (ka'ti) (Gk.) Therefore, and yet.<br />

See also ksl/ t o /, K X / T o / r e ,<br />

k b t i , K e T iv e .<br />

Ka.iToi (ka'te) (Gk.) Therefore, and<br />

yet.<br />

K M To iv e (kate'ge) (Gk.) Therefore,<br />

and yet.<br />

Ka.K- (kak) Peeled, stripped, [p.c. of<br />

KOOK, XOOK]<br />

Ka.Kfia.fc (k&kv£l') With bare eyes.<br />

K a.K ei (1) (k&k'thi) m. Feather.<br />

Ka.Kei rTc3a.i (k£k'thi 3en<br />

DeskhSy') m. Writing feather.<br />

K a.K ei (2) (kik'thi) f. Louse, or any<br />

small insect that lives in the hair of<br />

humans, animals or birds. See<br />

also xajcei.<br />

oi n k &k o i (^oy^en kak'thi)<br />

Infested with lice.<br />

Ka.Kia. (kciki'yci) f. Evil, malice.<br />

KaxK&it&v (k£kk£m£v') f. Small<br />

night owl. See also x &k k &ju& y .<br />

k&koi (k&koy') m. Nasal mucus.<br />

Ka.K0 C (kcik'os) (Gk.) adj. Evil, ugly,<br />

corrupt.<br />

KKKC62/T (k£k seht') m. Leper. See<br />

ces/r.<br />

KSKOvproc (klikur'ghos) (Gk.) n.<br />

Evildoer, criminal.<br />

Ka,K0Ypvifc (kikiirgi'y§) (Gk.) f.<br />

Wickedness.<br />

Ka.Kooc (kSkos') (Gk.) adv. badly,<br />

wrongly, wickedly.<br />

Ka.fc&u$o (kSllim'fo) f. Hill.


KakaU $0>0V 6 6 K & C K e p & 'T<br />

Kakau$a>ov (kiiim 'fo 3u') pi. Hills.<br />

[pi. of k a & a ju


KKCOTfc.! 67 K a T& H T<br />

Ka.covfc.1 (k&su'li) f. A covering for<br />

the head and shoulders. Egyptian<br />

'Tarha' or 'Shamla'.<br />

K&cpo (kis'ro) m. Jaw bone. See po<br />

(1).<br />

Ka.cTa.No (kasti'no) (Gk.) f.<br />

Chestnuts.<br />

Ka.CTpo (kis'tro) (Lat.) m. Fortress.<br />

K a .T- (kit) Understanding, [p.c. of<br />

K S .fl<br />

- K & T2/HT (kit het') n. Prudent,<br />

wise. See e>trr.<br />

Ka.TK (k iti') (Gk.) According to, as,<br />

concerning.<br />

Ka.Ta. jua. (k i'ti m i') In different<br />

places, in several places. See j u s .<br />

Ka.Ta. c h o v (kiti'seyiT) In due<br />

season. See choy.<br />

K a.Ta. $ t o >u i ( k iti'3ef to'mi) adv.<br />

As deemed fit, proper. See vo o jui.<br />

Ka.Ta.Ba.cic (ki'tivisis') Gk.) f.<br />

Descent, a way down.<br />

Kara.BofcH (ki'tivole') (Gk.) f.<br />

Foundation, establishment.<br />

Ka.Ta.Kfcvcjuoc (kitikliz'mos) (Gk.)<br />

m. Flood, deluge.<br />

KKTKKpiua. (ki'tikri'm i) (Gk.) m.<br />

Condemnation, punishment.<br />

Ka.Ta.fca.fc.ia. (k iti'lili'yi) (Gk.) f.<br />

Backbiting, slander.<br />

Ka.Ta.uepoc (k i'ti ma'ros)<br />

Katameros; The book of Church<br />

readings of every day and every<br />

occasion. See juepoc.<br />

K ara.N i?ic (ki'tinik'sis) (Gk.) f.<br />

Piety.<br />

Ka.Ta.NTa.N (kitintin') (Gk.) v. To<br />

arrive, to come upon.<br />

- epKa.Ta.MTa.N (3er' kitintin') v.<br />

To arrive, to come upon.<br />

Ka.Ta.?uoN (kitiksi'yon') (Gk.) To<br />

account worthy of<br />

- kpiKKTa,?ioN (3a'ri kitiksi’yon or<br />

3i'ri kitiksi'yon) Make worthy of.<br />

[imper.]<br />

KKTa.neTa.cjua. (kitipetiz'm i')<br />

(Gk.) m. Curtain, veil.<br />

Ka.TMTONTicuoc (kitipontiz'mos)<br />

(Gk.) m. Drowning, sinking.<br />

KKTa.ca.p? (k i'ti sirks') (Gk.) m.<br />

Blood relatives.<br />

Ka,Ta.$pH+ (ki'tifyre'ti) As, In such<br />

a manner. See pH f.<br />

Ka.TKpoNiN (kitif'ronin') v. To<br />

despise, to look down upon.<br />

Ka-THS-opia. (ka'teghor'ya or<br />

ka'tegor'yi) (Gk.) f. Accusation,<br />

complaint.<br />

- epKKTHVopiN (3er kate'qhorin' or<br />

3er kate'gorin') v. To accuse, to<br />

charge.<br />

Ka.TH5CHdc (ki'teke'sis) (Gk.) f.<br />

Sermon, preaching.<br />

- epKaTHjcm (3er kitekin') v. To<br />

give a sermon, to instruct.<br />

k k t h j c o v j u c n h (kite'kiimane') n.<br />

Catechumens, Those who are<br />

instructed in preparation for<br />

baptism.<br />

k k t u i c (kit'mis) m. Mulberry.<br />

KKToa. (kito'3i ) f. Small boat.<br />

k k t o c (ki'tos) (Gk.) m. Water-<br />

wheel.<br />

K a .T0vfci (kitii'li) m. An edible plant.<br />

[Egyptian Khobbeza].<br />

k k t 2» h t (kit het') n. Prudent, wise.<br />

SeeKSV, 2/N'T (1).


K&vua. 68<br />

- epK& T& H T (3er' kit het') v. To<br />

become wise<br />

- tte'Tica,'T&HT(met' kit het') f.<br />

Understanding, wisdom.<br />

K&vua. (k iv'm i) (Gk.) m. Heat.<br />

- epK&Yua. (3er k iv'm i) v. To burn.<br />

K & rpi (kiv'ri) f. Deaf, hearing<br />

impaired person. See K ovp (1).<br />

k&vcoon (kivson') (Gk.) m.<br />

Scorching heat.<br />

(kifi'y) An Egyptian bird.<br />

(k ifi ji) m. The fiber of palm<br />

tree leaves.<br />

K&ja (kish) m. Pen, reed, stalk of a<br />

plant, shin bone.<br />

KS.JS (kish) f. Bed made of reeds for<br />

animals.<br />

lcasa- (kish) v. To break, [const, of<br />

KW&]<br />

(kish) To break, [pron. of<br />

KCO&j<br />

K&.JBOY (kishu') A type of fish.<br />

K&,s»ovki (kishii'li) m. A certain kind<br />

of dates.<br />

Ka.2/^ (kih) To even out, to remove<br />

roughness, to smoothen. [pron. of<br />

KODZ,].<br />

K&.2/I (ki'hi) m. Earth, soil, dust, land,<br />

country.<br />

- epK&&i (3er ki'hi) v. To become<br />

dust, to become earth.<br />

- peuNK&Z/i (rem'3en 3ki'hi) n. adj.<br />

Earthly.<br />

K&2/K (kihk) v. To hew, to carve.<br />

See also jc&&jee.<br />

K&&Ke (kihka') v. To hew, to carve<br />

See also k z &k .<br />

ka&kez, (kihkah') v. To smoothen,<br />

to flatten, to make even, to remove<br />

roughness, to carve. See<br />

X62,X02,T, K62/K


K efiepN iTH C 69<br />

KefiepNiTHC (kever'nites ) (Gk.) m.<br />

Overseer. Eq. to peqep&em.<br />

Kefii (ka'vi) m. Honey comb. See<br />

also k h Bi (1).<br />

KeApoc (ked'ros) (Gk.) f. Cedar tree.<br />

Eq. to jpeNCiqi.<br />

K eK - (kak) To peel, to strip, [pron. of<br />

KWK, X


icepajuevc 70 K H fcl<br />

Kepauuevc (kerimevs') (Gk.) m.<br />

Potter, maker of pottery.<br />

Kep&2; (kerSks') m. Ax, hatchet.<br />

K ep».T (kerit') m. Carat.<br />

Kep».VM0C (keriv'nos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Thunder and lightning<br />

- ?/iKepa.vNoc (hi'kerSv'nos) v. To<br />

hit with lightning.<br />

Kepjua. (ker'mS) (Gk.) m. Coin.<br />

- qa.iKepua.(f£y ker'mli) n. Money<br />

changer, treasurer.<br />

- peqepjcepjua. (ref'3er ker'mi) n.<br />

Money changer, treasurer.<br />

Kepai (ker'mi) f. Ash, dust, gray<br />

color.<br />

- epKepui (3er ker'mi) y. To turn into<br />

ashes or dust.<br />

K e p c (k ers) m. A kind of fish.<br />

Egyptian 'zakzouk'.<br />

Kepjs- (kersh) To appeal, to implore,<br />

to flatter, [const, of xwpio].<br />

icepq- (kerf) To destroy, to abolish, to<br />

exterminate, [const, of Kwpq].<br />

Kep&e (kerha') m. Bald person.<br />

ueTK ep& e (met kerha') f.<br />

Baldness.<br />

jcepsc- (kerg) To break, to fracture.<br />

[const, of K w p x ].<br />

KepxK&c (kerg'keis) v. To break the<br />

bone.<br />

Kec- (kas) To shroud, to embalm, to<br />

bury, [const, of k w c J.<br />

KecK (ka' sS) Another side,<br />

elsewhere. See ice (1).<br />

KecKtoc^ (keskos') v. To extend, to<br />

stretch, [pron. of Kocjcec],<br />

KecTama.pioc (kestonSr'yos) (Gk.)<br />

m. One who execute people with<br />

the sword.<br />

K 6 T - (kat) To build, to edify, [const,<br />

of jcodt],<br />

k c t - (kat) To turn around, to seek.<br />

[const, of K w f].<br />

K e Ti (ka'te) (Gk.) Therefore, and<br />

yet, although, albeit.<br />

K e Tiv e (kate'ge) (Gk.) Therefore,<br />

and yet.<br />

Ke$a.fceoN (kefila'yon) (Gk.) m.<br />

Chapter, section.<br />

Ke$a.fcH (kefile') (Gk.) f. Head.<br />

KexB(1), kwtt].<br />

k h Bi (1) (ke'vi) m. Honey comb. See<br />

also KeBt.<br />

KHfii (2) (ke'vi) f. Vessel (for oil), Jar.<br />

k h k (kek) Peeled, stripped, bare.<br />

[qual. of kook, x


KH110C 71 kJviNa.Te<br />

khuoc (ke'mos) (Gk.) m. Bridle,<br />

muzzle.<br />

khn (ken) v. To finish, to cease, to be<br />

enough.<br />

khncoc (Lat.) m. Tax, toll.<br />

khtti (ke'pi) f. dome, roof, tent,<br />

covering.<br />

khtti Mpo (ke'pi 3en ro) f. Roof of the<br />

mouth. See po (1).<br />

khttoc (ke'pos) (Gk.) m. Garden. Eq.<br />

to 5"tVJU.<br />

khc (kes) Shrouded, embalmed,<br />

buried, [qual. of kcvc],<br />

k h t (ket) Built, edified, founded.<br />

[qual. of k w t ].<br />

k h to c (ke'tos) (Gk.) m. Whale. Eq.<br />

to &X.SC&1.<br />

KifiouToc (kivd'tos) (Gk.) f. A chest,<br />

ark of Noah, ark of covenant.<br />

kih (ki 3e') m. Male goat. See also<br />

S'lie.<br />

Kie&p& (kithi'ri) (Gk.) f. Harp.<br />

k iu (kim) v. To move, to be moved.<br />

k iu (kim) m. Motion, shaking.<br />

- a.TK m (3it' kim) adj. Immovable,<br />

unshakable, unwavering.<br />

- aciNKiii (jin' kim) m. Movement, a<br />

slanted line placed on top of<br />

certain letters making them<br />

pronounced as separate syllables.<br />

KiNMiamoN (ki'nimo'non) m.<br />

Cinnamon. See also<br />

KINN&JUOOJUON.<br />

kinXinoc (kinthi'nos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Danger, peril. See k v n A m o c .<br />

- epKiMAvHeviM (3erkinthi' nevin')<br />

v. To get into a perilous situation,<br />

to venture.<br />

KiNN&uomoN (kin'nimo'non) m.<br />

Cinnamon. Also k i n &juqojuon.<br />

kitcdm (kiton') (Gk.) m. Bedroom.<br />

See also k o i t o o n .<br />

Kiqi (ki'fi) f. Breast, nipple. See also<br />

S't(2).<br />

K if (1) (ki'ti) f. Tax, tribute.<br />

- (f iK if (chi kiti) v. To collect tax, to<br />

receive tribute. See 6'/(1).<br />

- t K i f (ti ki'ti) v. to pay tax. See f<br />

(1).<br />

K it (2) (ki'ti) f. Shekel (A coin).<br />

- x e c K it (jas' ki'ti) Half a shekel.<br />

See x e c -.<br />

k2v&koc (DeklS'thos) (Gk.) n. Branch.<br />

kk.s.cua, (3eklaz'ma) (Gk.) m.<br />

Fragment, piece.<br />

k2va.qT (3eklift') f. Hood, cap. See<br />

also x X s q T .<br />

k k H (3ekle') m. A vessel for liquid, a<br />

big earthen jar; Egyptian "Balias".<br />

See also x X h .<br />

k2v.hu& (3ekle'm£) (Gk.) m. Branch,<br />

shoot, twig.<br />

kkHpoMoms. (3ekle'ronomi'yei) f.<br />

Inheritance.<br />

- epkkHpoNoiiiN (3er 3ekie'rono<br />

min') v. To inherit.<br />

kkHpoNouoc (3ekle'rono'mos) m.<br />

Heir, one who inherits.<br />

kkHpoc (3ekle'ros) (Gk.) m. Clergy;<br />

Allotment, share, that which is<br />

assigned by a lot.<br />

- &ik2\.Hpoc (hi'3ekle'ros) v. To cast<br />

a lot.<br />

kkHCic (3ekle'sis) (Gk.) f. Calling,<br />

invitation.<br />

kk.iN&'Te (3ekle'nita‘) (Gk.) To<br />

cause to bend, bow down.


kk iN o m eN 72 KOMI<br />

KkiNoojueN (3ek|e'noman') Bend,<br />

bow down,<br />

kkisci (Dekli'ji) m. Gizzard of birds.<br />

k k o u X e « (3ek'lomlam') to wind<br />

around (as a snake), to be twisted,<br />

to be implicated, be involved in.<br />

See also xXojuKeu,<br />

d'KonXeju.<br />

kkooiki (3ekloy'li) f. Placental cord<br />

between the fetus and the mother.<br />

knikisci (3ek'niki'ji) f. Pail, pitcher,<br />

bucket. See also K&xt.<br />

Kofi^ (kob) v. to cool, to become<br />

cool, [const, of xBoB]<br />

Kofi^ (kob) To double, to be<br />

multiplied, [const, of k w B (1)].<br />

KOfie, (kobh) m. Tendon, cord,<br />

ligament.<br />

koi (koy) f. Field, plantation.<br />

- peuiiKoi (rem'3en koy') m. Tiller of<br />

the soil, wild man.<br />

koinoc (ke'nos) (Gk.) f. Common, for<br />

common use.<br />

koin(0ni&. (kinon'yi) (Gk.) f.<br />

Fellowship, partnership.<br />

Koi'Tom (kiton') (Gk.) m. Bedroom.<br />

See also k it w n .<br />

koi2,i (koy'hi) m. Holster, sheath.<br />

See also k u h z,.<br />

KOK^(kok) To peel, to strip, [const, of<br />

KWK, XOOK]<br />

kokkinoc (kokki'nos) (Gk.) f.<br />

Scarlet, red.<br />

kokkoc (1) (kok'kos) (Gk.) m. Grain,<br />

particle, bead.<br />

kokkoc (2) (kok'kos) Scarlet.<br />

K o k ^ (koi) To curl up, to roll back, to<br />

twist, [pron. of kgoA], See also<br />

x o A ^ (1 )<br />

KOk&^iN (ko'lcizin') (Gk.) v. To<br />

punish.<br />

- epKoka,xiN (3er ko'lizin') v. To<br />

punish.<br />

K 0ka.Kia. (kolik'yi) (Gk.) f. Flattery,<br />

undue compliments.<br />

Kok&ci&c (kolis'yis) The Epistle to<br />

the Colossians<br />

Kok&cic (kolisis') (Gk.) f.<br />

Punishment<br />

KokKck. (kolkal') n. Mud, clay.<br />

K 02vk&pi0M (kollir'yon) (Lat.) m.<br />

Band for the neck, collar.<br />

Kokofioc (kolo'vos) (Gk.) f. Short.<br />

Kok.o$


KONI& 73 K 0 Y fc.2 ,0 T<br />

konik (kon'y£) (Gk.) f. Plaster,<br />

stucco.<br />

Konpia. (kopri'yS) (Gk.) f. Garbage<br />

heap, trash pile.<br />

KoiTsa (kopsh) To be submissive, to<br />

be humiliated, [qual. of Kpfs>].<br />

jcopq^ (korf) To abolish, to destroy,<br />

to exterminate, [pron. of Kcopq].<br />

Kopq (korf) Abolished, destroyed,<br />

idle, unemployed, [qual. of Kwpq],<br />

K o p x ^ (korg) To break, to fracture.<br />

/pron. of K w p x].<br />

k o c* (kos) To shroud, to embalm, to<br />

bury. [pron. of k w c ],<br />

kockcc efiofc (koskas' a'vol) v. To<br />

extend, to stretch out. See<br />

K6CKW C.<br />

kocjuikon (koz'mikon') (Gk.)<br />

Worldly<br />

k o c u in (kozmin') (Gk.) v. To<br />

decorate, to adorn.<br />

- epKOCUiN (3er' kozmin') v. To<br />

decorate, to adorn.<br />

KocuoKps-Toop (koz'mokr^'tor)<br />

(Gk.) m. Ruler of the world.<br />

kocuoc (koz'mos) (Gk.) m. World,<br />

universe, order, ornament,<br />

decoration.<br />

k o t ^ (kot) To build, to edify, [pron. of<br />

K a rr].<br />

k o t ^ (kot) To turn back, to<br />

surround, [pron. of K w f].<br />

k o t (1) (kot) m. Wheel, cogwheel.<br />

- 2/iKOT (hikot') v. To encircle, to<br />

pay a visit, to encompass. See &/.<br />

k o t (2) (kot) m Basket.<br />

k o t c (kots) f. Whirl, vortex,<br />

crookedness.<br />

k o t c i (kot'si) f. Circuit, gulf.<br />

k o t k i (kti'ki) f. Rind, peel.<br />

K o vK o r$ a .T (ku'kiifcif) m. Hoopoe,<br />

a small bird with erectile crest. See<br />

also TierreTrHn.<br />

koy2v&.2£I (kuli'ji) m. A kind of fish.<br />

Kovfcfca. (kiil'li) f. The outer garment<br />

of a monk.<br />

K o rfc-fcovpio N (kulliir'yon) m. Eye<br />

salve. Egyptian 'kohl'.<br />

KovfcoDfc ( kulol') m. Pitcher, bucket,<br />

Jar, vase. See K e h o & .<br />

Kovfcwfc. (kulol') v. To wrap. See<br />

jc o r & w & s ic o r& w K .<br />

KOYfcaifc.^ (kulol') To wrap. [pron. of<br />

KOY2lO)& ].<br />

Kovfcoufc. (kulol') wrapped, [qual. of<br />

KOYA.W &].<br />

KOYfc&QT (kul'hot) m. Catfish.


KOVN'*' 74 KTfcia.<br />

k o v n ^ (kiin) n. Bosom, lap. See also<br />

K6N^.<br />

K o vn e p (kii'par) m. Fragrant henna.<br />

Egyptian "Tamr henna”. See also<br />

xo vn e p .<br />

K o vp (1) (kiir) m. Blow, slap.<br />

- s»e n k o v p (sha'3enkiir') n. Blow,<br />

slap. See sue (3).<br />

- f k o v p (ti kiir') v. To slap, to strike.<br />

Kovp (2) (kiir) m. pi. Deaf, hearing<br />

impaired person. See K & rpi.<br />

- epicovp (3erkiir') v. To become<br />

deaf.<br />

- j u c t k o v p (met kiir') f. Deafness.<br />

K o vp e vc (kiirevs') (Gk.) m. Barber.<br />

KovpNHfi (kiirneb') m. Ladle.<br />

KOVCTa>&ia. (kustod'yli) (Lat) f.<br />

Custodian, watch, guard.<br />

K o v $ a .T (kiifat') m. Carpet, floor<br />

mat.<br />

k o v sc i (kii'ji) n. adj. Small, little, few.<br />

- epKovsci (3erku'ji) v. To become<br />

smaller, to shrink, to decrease in<br />

size or number.<br />

- ttik o v s c i NkfioT (pi ku'ji 3en<br />

DS'vot) The small month, the 13th<br />

month of the <strong>Coptic</strong> year.<br />

- K K T K k o v s c i (kcitci kii'ji) adv.<br />

Occasionally<br />

- K K T K KOVSCI KOVSCI (kSt& kii'ji<br />

ku'ji) adv. Stepwise, Little by little.<br />

- ueNGNca. o v k o v s c i (m enen'si 3ii<br />

ku'ji) adv. After a little while.<br />

u e TK o v s c i (met ku'ji) f.<br />

Youngness, smallness.<br />

- h o v k o v s c i (3en 3u kii'ji) adv. A<br />

little.<br />

- npoc o v k o v s c i (3epros'3ii kii'ji)<br />

adv. For a little.<br />

kovsci ncom (kii'ji 3en son') m. The<br />

younger brother. See c o n .<br />

kovsci N2/HT (kii'ji 3en het') n., adj.<br />

Coward, weak-hearted.<br />

Koz, (koh) m. Angle, corner, point,<br />

peak.<br />

k p & u (3ekr&m') m. Wild parsley.<br />

kp&uBH (3ekr£m'bi) (Gk.) f.<br />

Cabbage.<br />

kp&moN (Dekr§ni'yon) (Gk.) m. Skull.<br />

Eq. to Hebrew Gologotha and to<br />

Latin Calvary.<br />

K p a -Tic T e (kritis'ta) (Gk.) m. A term<br />

of respect; most excellent, noble.<br />

Kpa.TOC (kra'tos) (Gk.) m. Might,<br />

strength.<br />

Kpicic (kri'sis) (Gk.) f. Judgement.<br />

k p it h p io m (krite'ryon) (Gk.) f. Court,<br />

tribunal. Eq. to<br />

k p i t h c (krites') (Gk.) m. Judge. Eq.<br />

to peqfz,x.TT.<br />

kpokoc (kro'kos) (Gk.) m. Saffron.<br />

k t h n o c (3ekte'nos) (Gk.) m. A beast<br />

of burden, cattle,<br />

kpooov (3ekro3ii') pi. Valleys, hills.<br />

k th nooh (3ektenon') (Gk.) pi.<br />

Beasts, cattle, [pi. of k t h n o c ].<br />

k t h c ic (3ekte'sis) (Gk.) f. The<br />

creation.<br />

k v Bo b to c (kivd'tos) (Gk.) f. A chest,<br />

ark of Noah, ark of covenant. See<br />

Kt&dfTOC.<br />

Kve&p& (kithS'rH) (Gk.) f. Harp.See<br />

K/e& p*.<br />

k v k X oc (kik'los) (Gk.) m. Orbit of<br />

planets, circular movement.<br />

k v k n o c (kik'nos) (Gk.) m. Swan.<br />

Kvfcia, (kil'yi) f. Gum (at the base of<br />

the teeth in the mouth).


KVUE&2lON 75 Kflopq<br />

kyuE&2lon (kimvilon') (Gk.) m.<br />

Cymbals.<br />

Kvui2k.2v.iON (kimilli'von) (Gk.) m. pi.<br />

Vessel, vessels.<br />

kvn A in o c (kinthi'nos) m. Danger,<br />

peril. See K m A//roc.<br />

KYTTS-piccoc (kip&ris'sos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Cypress tree or wood.<br />

K v n p o c (kip'ros) Cyprus.<br />

Krpia, (kiri'yi) (Gk.) f. Lady. Eq. to<br />

fS'o/c.<br />

kvpi& kh (kiryake') (Gk.) m. Sunday,<br />

the day of the Lord. Eq. to<br />

mors,/, or n/e&oov nvre<br />

tt6 'o/c.<br />

Kvpie (kir'ya) (Gk.) m. Lord. Eq. to<br />

TTff'o/C<br />

K v p ie ekekcoN (Gk.) (kir'ya<br />

3alaye'son) Lord have mercy on<br />

us. Eq. to fr6'o/c m s / n s n .<br />

Kvpi2v.5K.oc (kiril'los) Cyril, Kirillos.<br />

(mean. The servant of the Lord)<br />

KvpiNNeoc (kirinna 3os) m. A native<br />

of Cyrene.<br />

Kvpioc (kir'yos) (Gk.) m. Lord.<br />

master. Eq. to n6'o/c.<br />

K v p i^ (kiriks') m. Preacher,<br />

announcer. Eq. to qst&e/r/rovq/.<br />

kooE (1) (kob) v. To double, to be<br />

multiplied; m. Double, fold. See<br />

K(OJT, K O B ^, KHB.<br />

- NK(»6 (sh§shf'3en kob')<br />

Seven-fold.<br />

kooE (2) (kob) m. Yeast, leaven. See<br />

also jgeuHp.<br />

- «.tk


K00P2C 76 K O » t NC&.<br />

Kcopsc (korg) v. To break, to fracture,<br />

to cut down. See tcepx- jcopx<br />

Kooc (kos) v. To shroud, to embalm,<br />

to bury; m. Burial, embalming. See<br />

K 6C-, K O C ^ .K H C .<br />

- peqK ooc (refkos) n. Embalmer,<br />

mortician.<br />

- 2cinkcoc (jin kos) n. Burial<br />

k(m t (kot) v. To build, to establish, to<br />

edify; m. The act of building,<br />

Edification. See k b t -, k o t ^,<br />

K H T .<br />

- ckoot (3ekot') n. Builder.<br />

- eK ot (3eko'ti) pi. Builders, [pi. of<br />

eKoov],<br />

- iefi k «b t (yab-kot') m. The art of<br />

decorating buildings.<br />

ko>s» (kosh) v. To break, to split, to be<br />

broken; m. Breaking. See K&sy-<br />

K&.st)S<br />

- k+ (3er ko'ti) v. To make a<br />

turn, to circumvent.<br />

- cKNKoot (scin ko'ti) n. One who is<br />

shrewd, cunning, deceitful.<br />

- ueTca.NKool' (met's£n ko'ti) f.<br />

Deceitfulness, cunning.<br />

iiiiKooi' (3em3ep ko'ti) adv.<br />

Around. See K w f.<br />

- scmKO)t (jin ko'ti) m. f. Turning<br />

around, circle, inquiry.<br />

Koof nck (ko'ti 3ens£') v. To seek,<br />

to look for.


2V.&Y2S.& (lavla)<br />

Lavla<br />

fc abb. of the numeral Thirty; u k t t<br />

(map).<br />

fcK (IS) prf. indicating many, a lot of.<br />

- fc.Kca.2ci (ISsS'ji) adj. Chatty,<br />

Loquacious, talkative. See ease/.<br />

- fca.qo>i (l§fo'y) adj. Hairy, has a lot<br />

of hair. See qooi.<br />

fcKE- (lab) Crazed, obsessed, [p.c. of<br />

K/B/]<br />

- fca.Bc2/iiti (l&b 3es hi'mi) m.<br />

Womanizer.<br />

fcKfio (1) (lli'vo) m. Lion. See also<br />

n o n<br />

fcKfio (2) (l&'vo) m. Boat's sail. See<br />

alsofcKOVO.<br />

fcKfioi (iSvoy') f. Female bear,<br />

lioness. See juonH.<br />

fca.fio't (IS'vo'ti) n. adj. Sodomite,<br />

dirty, stained with sin. See B o f<br />

fcKfic&iui (l£b 3es hi'mi) m.<br />

Womanizer.<br />

fcKfio) (ISvo) m. Ship's anchor cable.<br />

See also KeB&N.<br />

ft.KZa.poc (lli'zaros) (Heb.) Lazarus.<br />

(mean. Whom God helps).<br />

fcKeHov (IStheyu') n. Storm, strong<br />

wind. See eHOV.<br />

fc&ticoc (iS^ikos) (Gk.) m. adj. Laity,<br />

of the people.<br />

fc.KKa.uov (iSkimu') n. Colocynth.<br />

77 fcKu<br />

fcKKKNH (ISkS'ne) (Gk.) f. Bowl, dish,<br />

pot.<br />

fcKKeu (ISkam') v. To cut into little<br />

pieces.<br />

fcKKCNT (ISkent') m. Frying pan.<br />

fcKKKOc (Icik'kos) (Gk.) m. Pit, hole,<br />

den.<br />

fc.KKfc.KK (iSklSk') n. Salad, a mixture<br />

of different things. See also<br />

fcKKUH (ISkme') f. Piece, fragment.<br />

See also A& x ju h<br />

fcKKUH n


k a u 78 2v.aSHTq<br />

2v.au (2) (l£m) m. A small branch,<br />

twig.<br />

k a u a (l£m£') (Heb. Aram.) Why?, for<br />

what?.<br />

k.&ua.S'T (limeikht') adj. One who<br />

overeats, glutton. See jus£ t .<br />

2vauirac (lim pis') (Gk.) f. Lamp,<br />

lantern.<br />

- ep2v.auTTiN (3er limpin') v. To<br />

illuminate.<br />

2l&uttpoc (l&m 3ep'ros) (Gk.) adj.<br />

Bright, shiny<br />

2il3wU3cmtt (lim gipt') m. Tar, pitch.<br />

2v.aoc (li^os) (Gk.) m. People, nation,<br />

congregation. Eq. to & X oX.<br />

k a o ra i (la'3Uway' or li'^Qway') adj.<br />

Unique, sole, singular. See orst.<br />

ka.ovo (IS HPo) m. Boat's sail. See<br />

also XsBo (2).<br />

Xa.TT2v.eTi (liplap') v. To languish, to<br />

worry, to be troubled; m. Distress,<br />

weariness, worry, anguish.<br />

k a n ci (leip'si) v. To bite, nip; n. A<br />

bite, a sting, a mouthful, a morsel,<br />

a small piece. See also XsMri.<br />

- (ukaTTci (chi lip'si) v. To bite.<br />

k a c (l&s) m. Tongue, language.<br />

- 2v.a.c CNa.v (lis^esniv') Double-<br />

tongued, gossiper.<br />

- Kekac (ka las') m. Another<br />

language.<br />

- $ a k a c (fi'ISs) m. Talker not doer.<br />

- scasckac (gig 'lis) n. adj. One who<br />

speaks defectively, One who<br />

stammers, one with a cut tongue.<br />

See x s x -.<br />

2vac^ (lis) To bruise, to crush, [pron.<br />

of X w c ]<br />

2vac (lis) Bruised, crushed, [qual. of<br />

X w c,j<br />

2v.aca.sci (IS si'ji) adj. Loquacious,<br />

talkative, chatty.<br />

2v.iT (l&v) m. Hair lock, hair fringe,<br />

cluster of dates, small rings of<br />

metal that can form a chain. See<br />

also X wo v.<br />

2vav NfieNi (lav'en va'ni) m. A<br />

branch of a cluster of dates on a<br />

palm tree.<br />

ka.5c2v.a.K (liklik') n. Salad, a mixture<br />

of different things. See also<br />

K s.k X.s k .<br />

2v.axuH (likme') f. Piece, fragment.<br />

See also 2v.aKUH.<br />

2vatyi (lip'si) n. A bite, a sting, a<br />

mouthful, a morsel, a small piece.<br />

See also ka,nci.<br />

- (f i2v.a,Tjfi (chi ISp'si) v. To bite,<br />

kajai (li'shi) adj. Very tall. See also<br />

XSjff/H.<br />

kajatH (lishi 3e') adj. Very tall. See<br />

also Xsjsf. See s&ih.<br />

kaq (lif) adj. Pleasant,<br />

kaqooi (lifo'y) adj. Hairy, has a lot of<br />

hair. See qwt.<br />

2v.a.5eu (1) (likham') m. Branch,<br />

stalk, tube.<br />

2v.a,;5eu nsc (b it (likham'<br />

Dengoyt') m. Olive branch. See<br />

X W /T.<br />

k a S e u (2) (likham') Cooked, boiled.<br />

[qual. of XwSeju]<br />

kaSHfic (likhebs') m. Chandelier.<br />

See S hBc.<br />

k a ^ H T q (likhetf) adj. Greedy,<br />

gluttonous, insatiable.


fca.2/H0V 79 fc.HK<br />

fcse,Hov (ISheyiT) adj. Very useful,<br />

See 2/h o t .<br />

fc.&ac&fc (IS g&l') adj. Has a lot of<br />

branches. See x & K .<br />

fca.ac (iSg) Sticky, adhesive, gluey.<br />

[qual. of K cox]<br />

fca.aca.N (iSgin') m. Cool, moist place.<br />

fcAaci (1) (IS'ji) n. Presumptuous,<br />

insolent, persistent.<br />

- epfca.aci ( 3er IS'ji) v. To urge<br />

persistently, ask aggressively,<br />

press.<br />

- ueTfca.aci (met IS'ji) f. Impudence,<br />

insolence, persistence.<br />

fca.aci (2) (IS'ji) m. lavatory, bathroom.<br />

fca.acfc.eac (1) (iSglag') m. Frame of a<br />

door.<br />

fcs.2cfc.eac (2) (iSglag') f. timber.<br />

fca.2cfc.e2c (3) (l&glag') n. Sickness,<br />

humility. See fcoacfceac.<br />

fca,2!:(»fii (iSgo'vi) adj. Leafy, a plant<br />

with a lot of leaves. See xooBt.<br />

fcefiKM (lev&n') m. Ship's anchor<br />

cable. See also K&Boo.<br />

fcefiHC (leves') (Gk.) m. Kettle,<br />

crucible.<br />

fcefiiTOY (levitii') m. Sweater, sweat<br />

shirt, pullover.<br />

fcefiT (levt) m. Turnip. Egyptian "left".<br />

fceBj» (1) (lebsh) m. Rubbish, trash,<br />

waste, scum,<br />

fcefijo (2) (lebsh) m. Material used for<br />

fire such as wood, straw,<br />

fceveow (lege-36n') (Lat) f. Legion.<br />

fc.iMra.NOM (lipsS'non) (Gk.) m. Relics<br />

of saints and martyrs.<br />

fceKfctMK (leglog') Soft, smooth,<br />

tender, [qual. of 2i.oKK.eK].<br />

fcefce (la'le) v. To wander, stray.<br />

fcefcejCHUi (la'leke'mi) m. Bruise,<br />

wound, contusion.<br />

fcefc.HU (lelem') m. Any small insect.<br />

fceufc.HU (lemlem') Twisted, tangled,<br />

crammed.<br />

fceNaci (len'ji) m. Shield, armor.<br />

fce^iKON (lek'sikon) (Gk.) m.<br />

<strong>Dictionary</strong>, lexicon. Eq. to<br />

&MC&XI.<br />

fceoN (la'^on) n. Earring, bracelet,<br />

ankle ring,<br />

fcec- (las) To bruise, to crush, [const,<br />

of KOOC]<br />

fcety (leps) adj. Hunchback, curved.<br />

2V.erm K0c (levi'tikos) The book of<br />

Leviticus.<br />

fc e v iT H C (levites') m. A levite.<br />

fcejaac- (ieshg) To intimidate, to hurt.<br />

[const, ofKoo&x]<br />

fceqfciqi (lefli'fi) f. Fragment,<br />

crumb(s), scrap(s).<br />

fceqfcooq^ (leflof') v. To rot, to decay,<br />

to spoil, to putrefy, [pron. of<br />

Koqi\eq].<br />

fceqfctoq (leflof') Rotten, foul,<br />

decomposed, decayed. See also<br />

KeqKooqT. [qual. of KoqKeq]<br />

fceqfco> qT (lefloft') Rotten, foul,<br />

decomposed, decayed. See also<br />

KeqKooq. [qual. of 2i.0 q2i.eq],<br />

fce&fceu (lehlam') m. Cockroach.<br />

fc.e2c- (lag) v. To stick, adhere, cling.<br />

[const, of Koox]<br />

fceac?/- (leg-h) v. To lick, [const, of<br />

Koox&]<br />

fcHK (lek) Soft, tender, flexible,<br />

mellow, [qual. of K ook]<br />

- ueT fc.H K (met'lek) f. Softness,<br />

freshness, gentleness.


2v.H2v 80 2v.omoc<br />

- u e TpeqkH K (met ref'lek) f.<br />

Massage, rubbing.<br />

- tk H K (ti'lek) v. To soften, to<br />

massage, to rub.<br />

2v.h2v. (lei) m. Bracelet.<br />

- 2vh2v mp&t (lePen r£t') m. Ankle<br />

bracelet.<br />

- 2v.h2v. nsc(3c (lePen jig') m. Arm<br />

bracelet.<br />

2v.Hk.ovi (lelii'wi) v., n. Shout (usually<br />

expressing joy) Always prefixed<br />

with efy- or in the form of<br />

g& A h A o v i (=>esh lelu'wi) or<br />

jbA.HA.or/ (°esh leluwi).<br />

2v.HUiJfic (lemp'sis) (Gk.) f.<br />

Receiving.<br />

2v.hc (les) m. Jaw.<br />

2viB&.non (liba'non) m. Frankincence.<br />

2v.ifii (li'vi) v. To be mad, to be crazy;<br />

m. Madness, obsession. See<br />

A oBt, A&B-.<br />

- peq2v.ifii (ref li'vi) n. Mad, insane.<br />

2uBoc (li'vos) m. Colic. See also<br />

AiBwc.<br />

2v.ifi(oc (livos') m. Colic. See also<br />

AtBoc.<br />

kieoc (li'thos) (Gk.) m. Stone.<br />

2v.ik (lik) m. Pot, jar.<br />

2i.i2v. (lil) n. A small bird.<br />

2v.iuhn (limen') (Gk.) m. Port, harbor,<br />

haven, icon.<br />

2v.imnh (lim'ne) (Gk.) f. Lake.<br />

2v.i^ (liks) m. Veil, curtain, barrier.<br />

- 2ii^ «T T iep$ei (liks'3empi 3er fay')<br />

m. Curtain of the sanctuary.<br />

kiT&Nia. (litcin'yi) (Gk.) f. Litany; A<br />

supplication usually consisting of a<br />

series of petitions to which people<br />

make fixed responses.<br />

- ep2v.irr&NeYiN (3er liti'nevin') v. To<br />

perform a litany.<br />

2u to yp vi& (litur'giyi) (Gk.) f.<br />

Liturgy, service, worship. Eq. to<br />

tpw&e/i.<br />

2v.itoypvoc (litur'ahos) m. Minister,<br />

the one who performs the service.<br />

2v.itp& (lit'ri) (Gk.) f. Pound,<br />

(measure of weight).<br />

2v.m (ii'ji) f. Kitchen pan.<br />

koBi (lo'vi) Mad, crazy, obsessed.<br />

[qual. of A/B/j.<br />

2v.oB2v.eB (loblab') v. To love<br />

passionately.<br />

- jueTpeq2v.oB2i.eB (met ref loblab')<br />

f. Passionate love.<br />

2voBjg (lobsh) Hot, burning, glowing.<br />

[qual. of A w By) (2)]. See also<br />

AOTTjy.<br />

2v.o(lobsh) to heat, inflame,<br />

ignite, glow. [pron. Aa>£{y (2)].<br />

2v.ovikoc (lo'gikos) (Gk.) n. adj.<br />

Rational, spiritual.<br />

2v.ovion (1) (log'ion) (Gk.) m. The<br />

breastplate of the chief priest or<br />

the bishop.<br />

koviON (2) (log'ion) (Gk.) m. A divine<br />

revelation.<br />

kovicuoc (logiz'mos) (Gk.) m. A<br />

thought, conception, reasoning,<br />

argument.<br />

kovoc (lo'ghos) (Gk.) m. Word,<br />

reason. This term refers<br />

specifically to the second person of<br />

the Trinity. Eq. to c&xt.<br />

2v.0V3ch (lonke') (Gk.) m. Spear,<br />

lance.<br />

2iomoc (le'mos) (Gk.) n. Plague,<br />

pestilence adj. pestilent.


fcOITTON 81 fc(»K<br />

fc.0iiT0N (lepon') (Gk.) Besides,<br />

furthermore, hence, henceforth.<br />

fcOK (lok) m. Cup, measuring cup.<br />

fcoKfceK (loklak') v. To become soft,<br />

smooth and tender. See<br />

K.6K2i(VK.<br />

fcofc. (lol) m. Bed, bench<br />

fcou (1) (lom) m. Decay, decline,<br />

withering, deterioration. See also<br />

X(UJU (1).<br />

fcou (2) (lom) m. Crumb, morsel. See<br />

also (2).<br />

fcouc (loms) Rotten, stinky, decayed.<br />

[qual. of 2loojuc)<br />

fcos^ (loks) To bite, to pinch, to<br />

pierce, to stab. [pron. of A o r z j.<br />

fco? (loks) Pinched, pierced, fixed,<br />

attached, [qual. of A o r z ]<br />

fcong) (lopsh) Hot, burning, glowing.<br />

[qual. of K(oBs& (2)]. See also<br />

fcovK (liik) m. Cheek, jaw or corner<br />

of mouth.<br />

fc.ovKfc.KK (liik'lSk) adj. Wicked, evil.<br />

fcovKovsci (lii'kuji) m. A metal coin,<br />

fcovfctoov (lu'lo 3ii') Lofty, exalted,<br />

high, towering. See also<br />

i,2ior2iwov.<br />

fc o r? (liiks) v. To bite, to pinch, to<br />

pierce, to stab. See A o z<br />

fcqx% (liiks) m. A bite, a stab.<br />

fco vTH p (liiter') (Gk.) m. Bathing tub.<br />

fcoqfceq (loflaf) v. To rot, to decay, to<br />

spoil, to putrefy. See Keq&eoq,<br />

K e q K w q T, Keq2i.q*.<br />

fcoq (lof) Useless, dull, spoiled, [qual.<br />

of K w q ]<br />

fcoac^ (log) To stick, to adhere, to<br />

cling, [pron. of K w x ]<br />

fcosc^ (log) To cease, to stop, to<br />

nullify, to recover, [pron. of 2i


X oou 82 2k.o>x&<br />

ki»M (1) (lom) v. To shrivel, to wither,<br />

to fade, to become dirty; m. Decay,<br />

decline, withering, deterioration,<br />

filth. See A n n (1), A o n (1).<br />

- a/Tk.tt>u (3it lorn') everlasting,<br />

imperishable.<br />

a.eka>u (3ith lorn') adj.<br />

Everlasting, imperishable.<br />

5K.c (los) To bruise, to crush. See<br />

A&c, X e c-.<br />

ka>ov (lo 3u') m. Hair lock, hair<br />

fringe, cluster of dates, small rings<br />

of metal that can form a chain.<br />

See also A & r.<br />

ktojax (loshg) To intimidate, to hurt,<br />

to oppress. See A e p x .<br />

kouq (lof.) v. To spoil, to loose its<br />

flavor, to decay. See Aoq.<br />

kooSeu (lo'j


U e i (mey)<br />

Mey<br />

ju abb. of the numeral Forty; &ue<br />

(3ehma').<br />

u (1) (’em) Of. (expresses<br />

poss.relationship between 2<br />

nouns, used before words starting<br />

with B, e, ju, tt,


U& l& TeN eHNQY 84 U&N<br />

u &i&t c n o h n o t (mS'yatan' thenu')<br />

Look, observe, ponder,<br />

contemplate, [imper. pi. 2nd<br />

person].<br />

u& i& 'tk (mSyStk') Look, observe,<br />

ponder, contemplate, [imper. sg.<br />

m. 2nd person].<br />

u&ih (m iy'3e) f. Stature, size, age,<br />

form, height (of a person).<br />

- € iu&ih (chi'mciyD'e) v. To grow (in<br />

size, in quality). See u &i 'h .<br />

(m£y thokh') n. adj. One<br />

who loves to get to know people<br />

and to meddle in their business.<br />

See ewS.<br />

umnovsshpi (miy'nushe'ri) n. adj.<br />

Lovers of their children.<br />

ua.iN0v f (mSy nii'ti) n. adj. God-<br />

loving. See rtovf.<br />

u w o (m i'yo) v. To justify, to<br />

vindicate, to exonerate. See<br />

&JUS./0, ju&t (2), eju&te-, juauo*<br />

eJU&W^, 0JU&IHOVT.<br />

uajpam i (mSy ro'mi) n. adj. Lover of<br />

mankind. See pwjut (1).<br />

ua.icfl.<br />

uw cTaivpoc (m iy' 3estiv'ros) n.<br />

adj. Lover of the cross.<br />

u &.i t &io (m iy tS'yo) n. adj. The one<br />

who loves to be praised. See<br />

TS./0.<br />

u&i&PHua. (m iy 3ekre'mS) n. adj.<br />

Money lover, the one who loves to<br />

collect money. See xptma..<br />

ua.i3a.cq (m&y khSsf') n. adj. Labor-<br />

loving. See 3x.cS.<br />

U&.I2/KT (m§y hit') n. adj. Lover of<br />

money. See & & t .<br />

ua.i&HKi (m£y he'ki) n. adj. Lover of<br />

the poor. See & HKt.<br />

ua.Ka.ptoc (makar'yos) (Gk.) adj.<br />

Blessed, happy. Eq. to<br />

W O Y N t& T*.<br />

ua.Ka.picuoc (makariz'mos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Blessing, happiness.<br />

- epuKKKpiziN (3er'maka'rizin') v.<br />

To bless. See ju&K&ptoc.<br />

ua.KZii' (mik&'ti) Explain, clarify.<br />

[imper. of fK&f].<br />

ua.Kfc.ifli (m&kli'vi) f. Whip, lash.<br />

u&Kpo (mik'ro) m. Mortar, bowl.<br />

ua.fca.KOc (m£l&'kos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Homosexual.<br />

uKfcicTa. (milis'tS) (Gk.) adv.<br />

Especially, above all, certainly.<br />

u&fcfcON (mSl'lon) (Gk.) adv. More,<br />

rather, much more.<br />

ua.uef (mSma'ti) f. Cancer,<br />

gangrene. See also OY&jutef,<br />

ovu&juef.<br />

u a im ic i (m£'3em mi'si) m. Place of<br />

birth. See m e t<br />

u&uuoni (m§'3em mo'ni) m.<br />

Pasture. See m m (2)<br />

ua,uuoj»i (m§'3emmo'shi) m. Path.<br />

See juo&t.<br />

ua,u$N& (mSmo'nS) (Aram.) m.<br />

Mammon, wealth, property, riches<br />

that are regarded as an object of<br />

worship.<br />

ua.N (m£n) A person, any person.<br />

- tt&.$u&n (p§' 3efmlin') m. A<br />

person, any male person. Egyptian<br />

'Folan•


U&N- 85 tt&NCIKI<br />

- Ta'eua.N (ti' 3ethmin') f. A person,<br />

any female person. Egyptian<br />

'Folana".<br />

ua.N- (m in) Sheperd of, pastor of.<br />

[p.C. Of JUONt (2), k u o N i (2)].<br />

juaN- (m i'3en) m. Place of.<br />

jua.Na.eiuc (m i'3en 3ith'mis) m.<br />

Smoke-stack, chimney. See<br />

settle.<br />

juaNapez/ (m i 3en 3irah) m. Watch<br />

tower, guard post.<br />

juaNep!8B (1).<br />

uaNecoaov (m in'3a'so 3u') m.<br />

Shepherd. See ecooov.<br />

juaN evasrekioN (m i'3en 3av'<br />

3ingal'yon). m. Lectern.<br />

juaNHOv (mi'neyii') pi. Pastors,<br />

shepherds, [pi. of vls.ni].<br />

juaiiewK (m i'3enthok') m. Oven.<br />

See ew K (3).<br />

uaNeoouc (m i'3en thorns') m.<br />

Cemetery, burial ground,<br />

graveyard. See eoottc.<br />

juaNewovf (m i'3en tho 3u'ti) m.<br />

Meeting place. See e otorf.<br />

juaNewpTT (minthorp') m. Sewing<br />

needle. See eotpn.<br />

- ovaem juuaNeajpiT (30 3ith'ni<br />

3em'minth6rp') m. Eye of a<br />

needle.<br />

juaNi (m i'ni) n. Sheperd, pastor. See<br />

JUONt (2), JUSNHOY.<br />

ua.Ni efiok (m i'3en 3iy'3a'vol) m.<br />

Exit.<br />

jua.Ni eSovN (m i'3en 3iy'3akhun') m.<br />

Entrance.<br />

ita.Nio> (m i'3en yo') m. Cleaning tub,<br />

bathtub. See tot.<br />

u a N ia (m in'yi) (Gk.) f. Madness,<br />

insanity.<br />

u a N K - (mink) Maker of. [p.c. of<br />

JUONK, JUOYNK (1)].<br />

juaNK&aT (mink'hit) n. Silversmith.<br />

See &s t .<br />

juaNitoN (min'mon) m. Orange,<br />

grape fruit, orange color.<br />

uaNJUTON (m i'3en 3em'ton) m.<br />

Resting place. See ju t o n .<br />

juaNju&av (m i'3en 3emhiv'). m.<br />

Cemetary, graveyard. See ju&ar.<br />

uaNNa (m in'n i) m. Manna.<br />

juaNov^ (minii') To shepherd, [pron.<br />

of JUONl (2), SJU0N1 (2)].<br />

juaNovooTz, (m i'3en 3Q 3ot-h') m.<br />

Melting crucible. See o v w t & (1).<br />

juaNO&i (m i'3en 3o'hi) m. Stop,<br />

station. See o&t (1).<br />

u a h p a S T (m i'3en rikht) m.<br />

Cleaning tub. See also usnpwSi.<br />

liaNpoDic (m i'3en roys') m. Watching<br />

tower. See pm c.<br />

juaNpooTeE (m i'3en rotab') m. Place<br />

of reclining, chair, sofa.<br />

uaNpu)5i (m i'3en ro'khi) m.<br />

Cleaning tub. See also<br />

JUSNPSS T.<br />

jua.NceitNi (m i'3en sem'ni) m.<br />

Footstool, seat, Standing place.<br />

See cejuNt.<br />

ju&nchini (m i'3en se'ni) m. Clinic,<br />

place of practicing medicine. See<br />

CHtNt.<br />

juaNctKi (min si'ki) m. Mill. See<br />

CtKt.


U&NCIN I 8 6 iu&p&ffke&<br />

u&ncini (mS^en si'ni) m. Path. See<br />

cm/<br />

u&ncuh (m£' 3en 3esme') m.<br />

Famous place. See c ju h .<br />

u&nc


U & p r & p iT H C 87 U a C T I W O C<br />

tta.pvapiTHC (mirghirites') (Gk.) m.<br />

Pearl.<br />

u ap e (m i're) vbl. prf. for optative<br />

tense, before nominal subjects.<br />

u ap e- (m i're) vbl. prf. for optative<br />

tense sg. f. 2nd person.<br />

uapeK - (mi'rek) vbl. prf. for optative<br />

tense sg. m. 2nd person.<br />

uapeN- (mi'ren) Let us. vbl. prf. for<br />

optative tense pi. 1st person.<br />

«&peN2/(»c (mi'ren hos') Let us<br />

sing, let us praise,<br />

uapec- (mi'res) vbl. prf. for optative<br />

tense sg. f. 3 d person.<br />

u a p e Te N - (miretan') vbl. prf. for<br />

optative tense pi. 2nd person.<br />

uapeq- (ma'ref) vbl. prf. for optative<br />

tense sg. m. 3rd person.<br />

ua.pHC (mires') m. Southern part of<br />

the Country. See p h c (1).<br />

uapi- (m i'ri) vbl. prf. for optative<br />

tense sg. 1st person.<br />

llapia. (m iri'yi) (Heb.) Mary.<br />

ua.pi (m i'ri) f. A small piece of a loaf,<br />

a bite.<br />

uapic (mi'ris) f. Jug. See also<br />

ju& rpH C.<br />

Uapjcoc (mir'kos) (Lat.) Mark.<br />

(mean. Large hammer).<br />

uapuap (1) (m ir'm ir) (Gk.) m.<br />

Marble.<br />

uapuap (2) (m ir'm ir) m. Bandage,<br />

medicine.<br />

u&poN (miron) Let us go.<br />

uapov- (m i'ru) vbl. prf. for optative<br />

tense pi. 3rd person.<br />

uapTvpia. (mirtir'yi) (Gk.) f.<br />

Martyrdom, testimony.<br />

u a p T v p o c (mirtir'os) (Gk.) n.<br />

Martyr.<br />

- e p u a p T T p o c (3er'mirti'ros) v. To<br />

be martyred.<br />

uape,HT (mir'het) Cunning, sly,<br />

tricky. See&H'T(1).<br />

u a c - (m is) To give birth, [const, of<br />

JUlCtj.<br />

u a c ^ (m is) To give birth, [pron. of<br />

JU/C/j.<br />

u a c - (m is) Birthgiver, one who<br />

mothers, one who produces, [p.c.<br />

of JU/C/j.<br />

u a c (m is) m. pi. Fetus or a newly<br />

born baby, animal or bird,<br />

u a c u u o v i (mis^em mii'wi) m.<br />

Lion's cub.<br />

uac N & akH T (mis'^en halet') m.<br />

Newly born bird,<br />

uac itieo (m is'3en 3eh'tho) m.<br />

Foal, young horse. See 6 0 0 .<br />

uacfioo (m i^esvo') Discipline, teach.<br />

[imper. of f'cBooj.<br />

u a c i (mi'si) m. Calf.<br />

- aq uuaci (3if '3emmi'si) m. Beef,<br />

uaci novootz/ (mi'si 3en 3Q 3ot-h')<br />

m. Molded calf. See orcwrz, (1).<br />

uacNOT't (m is nu'ti) f. Mother of<br />

God (lit. the one who gave birth to<br />

and mothered God). See n o v f.<br />

u a .c T e - (mis'te) Hater of. [p.c. of<br />

juocfj.<br />

u a c T e p u m i (mis'te ro'mi) n. Hater<br />

of man. See p w u i (1).<br />

u a cTe M o vt (mis'te nu'ti) n. God-<br />

hater. See n o v f.<br />

u a c T i s r o c (mistin'ghos or<br />

mistin'gos) (Gk.) m. Whip, lash.


ubp&i 90 U e k C B T<br />

ubp&i (’errf’evrciy') m. Grains of<br />

barley, wheat, etc. See also hpat,<br />

ejupsi.<br />

ufepeg/1 (1) (’enrPevra'hi) m. Tar,<br />

pitch. See also hpe&i (1),<br />

epjrpegft-.<br />

utope&i (2) (’errPevra'hi) f. Cart,<br />

wheel. See also hpe&i (2),<br />

Bepe&t.<br />

ufepic (’em ’ev'ris) m. Red wine. See<br />

also eithp/c.<br />

ue (ma) Take, [imper. sg. f.]. See also<br />

UO, u o o in i.<br />

uera.koc (meqhci'los) (Gk.) Great,<br />

grand, large, big. Eq. to msyt.<br />

ue©- (meth) prf. forming feminine<br />

abstract nouns. See also u e t ~.<br />

ueea.io (methi'yo) m. Safflower. See<br />

alSO U6T&/0<br />

ueeum (methmey') f. Truth, fact.<br />

See u rn (2).<br />

- SeN ovueeum (khan ’ii'meth<br />

mey') adv. Truly.<br />

- peqaceueem (ref ja'methmey') n.<br />

One who tells the truth.<br />

UC0 N&HT (meth'niyet') f.<br />

Compassion. See ns.h 't .<br />

ue©NM (meth'niy) f. Mercy, alms,<br />

charity. See m u (1).<br />

ue©MOTac (meth nug') f. Lie,<br />

falsehood. See noxsc.<br />

- peqaceueeMovsc (ref ja' meth<br />

nug') n. Liar.<br />

ue©Nov+ (meth nu'ti) f. Divinity. See<br />

N o r i .<br />

ueepe (methra') m. Witness. See<br />

ueopH, ueopev.<br />

- epueepe (Der' methra') v. To<br />

testify.<br />

- u e Tu e e p e (met' methra') f.<br />

Testimony.<br />

- tw e Tu e e p e (ti' met methra') v.<br />

To give a testimony.<br />

ueepev (methrav') pi. Witnesses, [pi.<br />

ofueepe, ueepn].<br />

ueepH (methre') f. Witness. See<br />

ueepe, u e e p e v.<br />

uei (1) (may) v. To love. See u rn<br />

(1), uenpe-, u e n p tt < u&t-.<br />

uer (1) (may) m. Love<br />

pequei (refmay') n. Loving,<br />

affectionate person,<br />

uei (2) (may) f. Truth. See also u rn<br />

(2).<br />

u e K u e K - (mekmak') To think, to<br />

consider, to ponder, [const, of<br />

UOKUeKj.<br />

ubkuovk -^ (mekmiik') To think, to<br />

consider, to ponder, [pron.. of<br />

u o K u e k ].<br />

ueka. (ma'li) (Gk.) m. Black ink.<br />

ueke-TH (mela'ti) (Gk.) f. Study,<br />

practice, plan.<br />

- epuekeTa N (3er' meletcin') v. To<br />

Ponder, study, contemplate.<br />

u e k H u * (mele'mi) (Gk.) m. Care,<br />

concern.<br />

- epuekiN (’er'melin') v. To take<br />

care of someone.<br />

uekoc (ma'los) (Gk.) m. Part of the<br />

human body, member, Limb.<br />

u e k x i& T (melkyit') v. To watch,<br />

observe, contemplate.<br />

Uekjcice& eK (melshi'sedek) (Heb.)<br />

Melchizedek. (mean. King of<br />

righteousness).<br />

u e k a rT (melot') f. Dome, ceiling,<br />

covering, umbrella.


uefc.2, 91 uec-<br />

uefcz/ (melh) m. Salt. See uov& z,<br />

(1). See alsobuor.<br />

uefc.2, - (melh) To salt, to add salt.<br />

[const, of j u o y 2l& (1)].<br />

uefcZ/e (mel'he) f. Saltiness. See<br />

ju o v A z, (1).<br />

ueN (man) (Gk.) conj. On the one<br />

hand.<br />

jueNeca. (menen'sS) prep. After,<br />

following. See juenencat^,<br />

jueneNcwc.<br />

ueNeNca. ovkovsci (menen'sS 3ii<br />

kii'ji) adv. After a little while.<br />

ueNectt)^ (menenso') prep. After,<br />

following, [pron. of mtenecx.].<br />

ueNectwc (menensos') prep.<br />

Afterwards.<br />

ueMK- (menk) To make, to form.<br />

[const. Of JU0NK, j u o y m k (1)].<br />

- pequeMK- (ref menk) n. Maker of.<br />

- pequeNK2/&.T (ref menk hit') n.<br />

Silversmith. See<br />

iieN N H T^ (mennet') To shepherd.<br />

[pron. of ju o h i (2), k n o w (2)].<br />

ueNp&f (menr&'ti) pi. Beloved ones.<br />

[pi. of itenptv].<br />

ueripe- (menra') To love, [const, of<br />

juet(1), ju m (1)j.<br />

u c N p tT^ (menrit') To love. [pron. of<br />

jue/(1), ju h/ (1)].<br />

u e N piT (menrit') m. f. adj. Beloved.<br />

See juenp&f.<br />

- jjjovueNpiT (shii'menrit') adj.<br />

Worthy of love, beloved.<br />

u e N T (ment) m. A measure of wheat.<br />

u e N T O i, (men'ti) (Gk.) conj. Really,<br />

actually, neverthless, yet.<br />

ueNjBot (mensho'ti) pi. Plains,<br />

valleys. See also ue&s&ot. [pi. of<br />

juej&jijarT].<br />

U e N q i (men'fi) Memphis. (Egypt.)<br />

(mean. The beautiful place).<br />

M6N2/H (menhe') prep. After,<br />

(prefixed with c&). See ucn& h^.<br />

- c&ueN&H (s£' menhe') prep. After.<br />

tteN&H* (menhe') prep. After.<br />

u e p - (mar) To bind, to tie. [const, of<br />

juovpj.<br />

u e p - (mar) One who binds, [p.c. of<br />

juorp].<br />

uepa.fi (merib') f. Ink container,<br />

u ep& n (merin') m. Water tank,<br />

mortar, basin. See uhp&n.<br />

u e p e S (merakh') m. Spear. See also<br />

jutepeg/.<br />

uepez/ (merah') m. Spear. See also<br />

uepe£.<br />

u e p i (ma'ri) m. Noon, day time.<br />

- N2co>p& Neu uepi (3engorh' nam<br />

ma'ri) Night and day.<br />

uepic (ma'ris) (Gk.) m. Part, share,<br />

portion. See nepoc.<br />

uepK».c (mer k£s') n. The one who<br />

treats bone injuries. See k a c ,<br />

JUOpK&C.<br />

u epoc (ma'ros) (Gk.) m. Part, share,<br />

portion.<br />

K & T & u e p o c (kS'tS ma'ros)<br />

Katameros; The book of Church<br />

readings of every day and every<br />

occasion. See uepoc.<br />

u e p p e (mer're) m. One with curly<br />

hair..<br />

u e c - (mas) To give birth, [const, of<br />

JU/Ct].


u e cH itfip ta , 92 u e 'T a .T i 'i e H ^ '<br />

uecHufipia. (mesem'briyi) (Gk.) f.<br />

Noon, midday. Eq. to juept.<br />

u e a TH C (ma'sites') (Gk.) m.<br />

Mediator, arbitrator,<br />

u e cm a . (ma'siti'yi) (Gk.) f.<br />

Mediation, arbitration.<br />

iueci


juteTfie2s.ke 93 uen'peuufi&Ki<br />

jueTfiefcfc.e (met velle) f.<br />

Blindness.<br />

ueTfiepi (met va'ri) f. Newness,<br />

youth.<br />

ue-TfiooK (met vok') f. Servitude,<br />

slavery.<br />

ueTefio (met 3a'vo) f. Dumbness.<br />

jueTefiiHN (metDe'viyen') f. Misery.<br />

ueVeTTiKHC (met 3a'pikes') f.<br />

Meekness, humility. SeeeniKHC.<br />

ueTep£>a,e (met 3er khi 3a') f. Want,<br />

need. See £x.e.<br />

ueTevcefiHC (met 3ev'seves) f.<br />

righteousness. See ceBHC.<br />

ueTe$fc.Hov (met 3efle'yii) f. Futility,<br />

emptiness. See e & A H or<br />

ueTeajuz/HT (met thSm'het) f.<br />

Cruelty. See &&juz, h 't .<br />

ueTre*.T2/H,T (met thSt' het) f.<br />

Comfort, encouragement. See<br />

earrii& H'T<br />

ueToe'oce&Hc (met tha 3o'seves’) f.<br />

Godliness, reverence for God,<br />

piety. See eebceBnc.<br />

ueTeoDTZ/HT (met thot' het) f.<br />

Comfort, encouragement. See<br />

eW'TN&HV.<br />

u e T© (»2»ee2/ (met thoh thah') f.<br />

Turbulence, perturbation, unrest.<br />

See 0 w&&e&.<br />

ueTioD T (met yot') f. Family, tribe,<br />

fatherhood. See /oot.<br />

jueTK&fi (met k£b') f.<br />

Deceit,shrewdness, cleverness,<br />

deception. See k&B.<br />

ueTrKa.T2,HT(m et kSt'het) f.<br />

Understanding, wisdom. See<br />

KX.'T&HT.<br />

jueTKepz/e (met kerha') f. Baldness.<br />

See Kep&e<br />

jucTKovp (met kiir') f. Deafness.<br />

See K o rp (2)<br />

j u c t k o v s c i (met kii'ji) f. Youngness,<br />

smallness.<br />

jueTfca-xi (met iS'ji) f. Impudence,<br />

insolence, persistence. See Ax.sc/<br />

(1).<br />

ueTfcHK (met lek') f. Softness,<br />

freshness, gentleness. See K h k .<br />

ueTJUMpctmi (met m iy ro'mi) f.<br />

Love of mankind. See poow (1).<br />

jueTju&.’TOi (met mitoy') f. Military<br />

service. See j u s t o /.<br />

u e Tueepe (met methra') f.<br />

Testimony. Seeueope<br />

jueTNa.2/t (met n&h'ti) f. Faith. See<br />

N X&f.<br />

tieTN ijet (met nish'ti) f. Greatness,<br />

vastness, seniority<br />

u e To ve i (met 3ii 3ay') f. State of<br />

being far, divorce, separation.<br />

ueTovHfi (met 3Qweb') f. Priesthood.<br />

See o y hB<br />

lte To rp o (met 3u'ro) f. Kingdom.See<br />

orpo.<br />

MeTOTttJi (met 3Q 3oy') f. Farming.<br />

See oroo/.<br />

jueTOXOc (meto'khos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Partner, companion.<br />

jtteToaci (met 3o'ji) f. Injustice,<br />

inequity, unfairness. See ox/.<br />

p&u&o (met r£m£'3o) f.<br />

Richness. See p&ju&'o.<br />

ueTpeuuB& K i (met rem'3em vS'ki)<br />

f. Citizenship, patriotism. See<br />

Ba k /.


jueTpeuNscHM i 94 ueTici<br />

ueTpeuNjCHiii (met rem'3en ke'mi)<br />

f. Egyptian nationality or Egyptian<br />

speech. See x h j u i.<br />

ueTpeup& Tjs (met rem r&vsh') f.<br />

Gentleness, meekness. See<br />

pary>.<br />

ueTpci*2,e (met-remha') f. Freedom.<br />

See peu&e.<br />

ueTpeqk«O N i n t o t ^ (met ref<br />

3i'moni 3entot') f. Patience,<br />

endurance, self control, long<br />

suffering.<br />

ueTpeqBefii (met ref va'vi) f.<br />

Outpouring, flooding, overflowing.<br />

See BeBt.<br />

ueTpeqepfiom (met ref 3er vo'ni) f.<br />

Envy, evil, harm. See Bom.<br />

ueTpeqeauuio (met ref thim'yo) f.<br />

The act of creating. See e&ju/o.<br />

ueTpeqkm c (met ref lek') f.<br />

Massage, rubbing. See X h k .<br />

ueTpeqk.oBk.efi (met ref loblab') f.<br />

Passionate love. See XoB&eB.<br />

ueTpeqpt»SB (met'ref rosh') f.<br />

Measurement, surveying. See<br />

pu>0).<br />

ueTpeqcooSt (met ref so'khi) f.<br />

Weaving. See c


ueTsb$ tt> N i 95 u e 'T 6 'e n N e<br />

ueT^^ouN i (mat'3esh fo'ni) n. Skin<br />

rash and inflammation. See also<br />

uey)


u e 'T fi'o ic 96 UHNI<br />

u b t S 'oic (met choys') f. Lordship.<br />

See ( f qw.<br />

juevi (mev'3i) v. To think, to believe;<br />

m. Thought, idea,<br />

u e ri ace (mev'3i ja') v. To think that.<br />

- fu e v i (ti mev'3i) v. To remind, to<br />

suggest, to hint.<br />

- sciNuevi (jin mev'3i) m. Thinking.<br />

- e p $ u e vi (3er'3ef mev'3i) v. To<br />

remember.<br />

- e p ^ u e v i (3er'3ef mev'3i) m.<br />

Remembrance.<br />

- xiMep§mevi (jin'3er 3ef mev'3i) n.<br />

Remembrance,<br />

uejo- (mash) To strike, to fight.<br />

[const, ofju/fif/].<br />

ues»eific (mash tibs') m. Hinge of a<br />

door.<br />

Uegap (meshir') Meshir or Amshir;<br />

the sixth month of the Egyptian<br />

(<strong>Coptic</strong>) year. See also eu&ip (1),<br />

U W P (1 ).<br />

u e s»T- (mesht) To roam, to inspect.<br />

[const, of juor&'r],<br />

uesoTook (meshtol') n. Tower.<br />

ttes9$ o w i (mash fo'ni) n. Skin rash<br />

and inflammation. See also<br />

iie'Tfa$>WNI.<br />

uejBjBot (mesh sho'ti) pi. Plains,<br />

valleys. See also u e n p o t. [pi. of<br />

juefyfycvT],<br />

ues»j»


u H i r c r e 97 UlO fcO M<br />

UHTTOTe (mepota') (Gk.) adv. Lest,<br />

so that not.<br />

uhttcdc (mepos') (Gk.) adv. Lest, so<br />

that not.<br />

uhp (mer) m. The other side of a lake<br />

or a river.<br />

- 2/Ijuhp (himer') On the other side<br />

(of a lake, river).<br />

uhp (mer) Tied, bound, [qual. of<br />

uovpj.<br />

uhp&n (merin') m. Water tank,<br />

mortar, basin. See uep&N.<br />

UHpjy (mersh) adj. Reddish.<br />

uhp3&5 (mer'khSkh) m. Necktie.<br />

See u h p , £*£.<br />

uhci (1) (me'si) f. Profit, interest (of<br />

money), usury.<br />

- r i eeuHci (chi 3a'3eth me'si) v.<br />

To charge interest.<br />

- f eeuHci (ti 3a'3eth me'si) v. To<br />

give a loan with interest.<br />

u h c i (2) (me'si) f. Birth, delivery, a<br />

woman who newly delivered a<br />

baby.<br />

u h t (met) The numeral 10. abb. f.<br />

See u n f (2).<br />

- peuH T (ra met') m. One tenth.<br />

- + jU ^peuH T (ti ’em 3ef'ra met') v.<br />

to tithe.<br />

u h t h p (meter') (Gk.) f. Mother. Eq.<br />

to U & Y .<br />

u h t i (me'ti) (Gk.) conj. Let alone,<br />

much less.<br />

UHTis-e (me'tiga') conj. Let alone,<br />

much less. Stronger form of<br />

U H T I.<br />

UHTpa. (met'ri) (Gk.) f. Womb. Eq. to<br />

next.<br />

uHTpoTioJMc (met'ropolis') (Gk.) f.<br />

Metropolis, mother-state.<br />

ttHTpoHofciTHC (met'ropo'lites') m.<br />

Bishop of a metropolis.<br />

u h jb (mesh) m. Multitude, crowd,<br />

many, much, a lot.<br />

- epovuHjs (3er'3ij mesh') v. To<br />

increase in number. See u h &<br />

- &a,N«HS0 (h£n mesh') n. Many<br />

people, many things; adv.<br />

Often,much, greatly; adj. many.<br />

juhjb n c o tt (mesh'3en sop') Many<br />

times. See con.<br />

u h + (1) (me'ti) f. Middle.<br />

- 3 cn euH+ (khan 3eth me'ti) In the<br />

middle.<br />

- +2£i NOUH+(ti ji'3en 3ethme'ti) The<br />

middle wall. See set.<br />

UH't (2) (me'ti) f. Ten. See u r n .<br />

jueo (3em'tho) adv. Before, in front of,<br />

facing. See eueo.<br />

- uneueo (3empe 3em'tho) adv.<br />

Before, in front of, facing.<br />

ui (mi) f. Urine. See also u h (1).<br />

uu& khc (mi'3i kes') pi. Sea shells<br />

uie (mi 3a') f. Lioness. See also uov/<br />

(1), U/H, UOY/H.<br />

u ih (mi 3e') f. Lioness. See also u o n<br />

(1), u/b, UOY/H.<br />

« i2uow (mil'yon) (Gk.) m. Mile,<br />

uio^ (mi'yo) Cheer, well done; a<br />

word of encouragement and<br />

thanks for a job well done. Eq. to<br />

french "bravo".<br />

uiok (mi'yok) Cheer, well done, (for<br />

2nd person sg. m.). See u/o<<br />

uiofcooN (mi'yolon') n. Mummy,<br />

mummified corpse.


JUICI 98 uua.T& .T<br />

juici (mi'si) v. To give birth, to beget,<br />

to nurse, to be born; m. Progeny,<br />

offspring,birth, product, harvest.<br />

See ju&c - juec-, ju a c^, uoct.<br />

- ova.2,e*mici (3u'w§ham'mi'si) v.<br />

To be born again; m. Rebirth.<br />

See ov&.e,eju.<br />

- so5.uici (shcimi'si) n. First born.<br />

See (2)<br />

- e&oov im ici (3a'ho Du':,em mi'si)<br />

m. The day of birth. - pequici (ref<br />

mi'si)77. Parent, progenitor.<br />

- m&uuici (m i^em mi'si) m. Place<br />

of birth.<br />

- acorn juuici (gonrPem mi'si) m.<br />

Record of birth, birth certificate.<br />

See scum<br />

- aciNMici (jin mi'si) m. Birth,<br />

generation, progeny.<br />

- ceuici (sa'mi'si) f. Bith stool, Birth<br />

seat, process of giving birth.<br />

- euecio (3ethmes'yo) v. To help<br />

deliver a baby.<br />

- peq'euecio (ref Dethmes'yo) f.<br />

Midwife.<br />

u i t (mit) f. Celery like vegetable.<br />

uiTpa. (mit'ri) (Gk.) f. Belt, girdle,<br />

headband.<br />

u ito jo v i (mito 3u'wi) pi. Roads, [pi.<br />

of See juw/t ],<br />

UiX&Hfc. (mi'kha 3el') (Heb.) Michael;<br />

the archangel, (mean. Who is like<br />

God?).<br />

juio> (mi'yo) Cheer, well done, (for 2nd<br />

person sg. f.). See u io ^.<br />

uhm tcn (mi'yotan') Cheer, well<br />

done, (for 2nd person pi.). See<br />

uio* .<br />

uijsm (mi'shi) v. To strike, to be struck,<br />

to fight, to combat, to strive; m.<br />

Fight, striking, eclipse of the sun or<br />

the moon. See it e y -<br />

JU&sgS, ju&j&t ■<br />

- peqmjai (ref mi'shi) n. Fighter,<br />

warrior.<br />

- acitmtgH (jin mi'shi) v. Act of<br />

fighting.<br />

juk&& (3emk£ih') v. To grieve, to<br />

suffer; m. Pain, suffering. See<br />

ejujc&e,, utOKZ/.<br />

- iT U K ^ e . (3St Demk3h') adj. Without<br />

suffering.<br />

- e p «K ».2/ (3e r3emkih') v. To Suffer,<br />

to grieve.<br />

- saenuKS.2/ (shap'^emkah') v. To<br />

accept pain, to suffer. See & w n<br />

(1).<br />

fuK&.2/ (ti'3em k£h') v. To<br />

causepain, to afflict, to torment.<br />

- S'IUK&.& (chi ^emkih') v. To<br />

accept pain, to suffer.<br />

jUk&& n & h t (’emkeih^en het') m.<br />

Pain, suffering, grief, anguish of<br />

heart. See z>h t (1).<br />

uk&vz/ (3emkivh') pi. Sufferings,<br />

pains, [pi. of juk&&].<br />

ixK&S (’emlikh') v. To quarrel, to<br />

fight.<br />

(3emlSkh') m. Battle, fight.<br />

- pequfca.3 (ref Deml£kh') n. Fighter,<br />

aggressor.<br />

(5emmiv') adv. There.<br />

- e T e uu&.v (3eta'iemm£v') That is<br />

there, who is there.<br />

uua.va.T^ (3em 'm ivit') Alone, only,<br />

self.<br />

im a.va.T (3em'm£v§t') Myself.


JUUa.Va.TK 99<br />

ujua.va.TK (3em'm£v£tk') Yourself.<br />

(sg- m.).<br />

juuava.'t (Dem 'm ivi'ti) Herself.<br />

jim ava Tq (1) (3em'mav£tf') Himself.<br />

juua.va.Tq (2) (Dem'm§v§tf) adv.<br />

Only, just, simply.<br />

juua.vaTc (3em'm£v£ts') Yourself.<br />

(sg. f).<br />

juuavaTeN (3em'm£v£tan')<br />

Ourselves.<br />

ju u a v a T ohnov (Dem'm£v3t'<br />

thenu') Yourselves, (pi.)<br />

ju u a v a To v (3em'mav3tu')<br />

Themselves,<br />

juua.jyoo ^em 'm isho') Very, greatly.<br />

See also euajsoo, TONa.<br />

juuhni (3emme'ni) adv. Daily, every<br />

day.<br />

ju u h n i ju u h n i (3emme'ni 3emme' ni)<br />

adv. Always, all the time.<br />

juuiN u u o* (3emmen' 3em'mo) Self,<br />

same, (emphasis for a preceding<br />

noun or a pronoun).<br />

juuo-^ (3em'mo) prep, to introduce<br />

direct objects, See if (3), ju (3),<br />

ju u o i (3em'moy) prep. Me.<br />

ju u o k (3em'mok) prep. You. (sg. m.)<br />

ju u o (3em'mo) prep. You. (sg. f.)<br />

juuoq (3em'mof)prep. Him.<br />

ju u o c (3em'mos) prep. Her.<br />

juu(*)TC n (3em'motan') prep. You.<br />

(Pi■)<br />

juuooov (3em 'm 63u') prep. Them.<br />

juuon jbacou (3em'mon 3esh' gom) v.<br />

Cannot, have no power.<br />

uuon (1) (3em'mon) prep. Us.<br />

juuon (2) (3em'mon) No, not.<br />

(opposite yes).<br />

- ju u o n (3esh6p'3em'mon) If<br />

not.<br />

- icsce ju u o n (yisja'3em'mon) If not.<br />

- saaN ju u o n (shin 3em'mon) or not.<br />

ju u o n N T a ^ (3em'mon 3enti') v. Not<br />

to have. See ju ju o n ts.^<br />

juuon 2/tofi N T a K (3em'mon<br />

hob'3entik'). It is none of your<br />

business. See &o>B (1).<br />

ju u o n n o )T6 n (3em'mon notan') You<br />

don’t have, (pi.)<br />

juuoNTa-*' (3em'mont&') v. Not to<br />

have. SeejujuoN<br />

ju u o N T a K (3em'mon tik') You don’t<br />

have. (sg. m.)<br />

ju u o N Ta N (3em'montin') We don’t<br />

have.<br />

ju u o N T a c (3em'montas') She doesn't<br />

have.<br />

ju u o N Ta q (3em'montcif') He doesn't<br />

have.<br />

ju u o N Te (3em'monta') You don’t<br />

have. (sg. f.)<br />

j u u o n t h i (3em'montey') I don’t have.<br />

j u u o n t o v (3em'montii') They don’t<br />

have.<br />

jUNai (3emniy') adv. Here. See also<br />

6JUN&I.<br />

- ejUNa.1 (3a' 3emniy') adv. To here,<br />

to this side.<br />

- cajUNai (s£'3emn§y') adv. On this<br />

side, here.<br />

- &&JUNai (h i'3emniy') adv. On this<br />

side, here.<br />

- auov JUNai (3§m0' 3emniy')<br />

Come here, (sg.m.)<br />

ju n h (3emne') adv. There. See also<br />

eUNH.


U N 0T 1 0 0 UONI<br />

- c&unh (scPerrme') adv. On that<br />

side, there.<br />

- &&JUNH (hi^em ne') adv. On that<br />

side, there.<br />

u n o t ( 3em'not) n. Breast. See<br />

junof.<br />

u n o y t (3emnut') m. f. Doorkeeper,<br />

gatekeeper. See s u n o y t .<br />

UNot (3emno'ti) pi. Doorkeepers, [pi.<br />

of jun o v l<br />

uo (mo) Take, [imper. sg. m.]. See<br />

also jue, juw m t.<br />

uovic (mo'gis) (Gk.) adv. Hardly,<br />

scarcely.<br />

u o o n c c (mothnas') f. Rest, ease,<br />

relaxation, satisfaction,<br />

appeasement. See u o t n b c .<br />

noi (moy) Give, [imper. abs. of f ]<br />

uoi ns.n (moy nin) Give us. See<br />

NAN.<br />

uokj (mo'ki) m. Container, jar,<br />

vessel.<br />

MOKueK (rnokmak') v. To think, to<br />

consider, to ponder. See.<br />

U 6 K U 6 K -, U e K U O Y K ^ .<br />

u o k u c k (rnokmak') m. Thought.<br />

uoK?/ (mok-h) Difficult, painful, [qual.<br />

of JUKAZ,].<br />

- cuoice, (3es mok-h') It is hard, it is<br />

diffcult. See ju o k z,.<br />

uofcoxia. (moloki'yci) f. An edible<br />

green plant. (Egyptian<br />

"molokhiya")<br />

uofc£> (molkh) v. To attach, to hook,<br />

to blend, to be tied, to be attached;<br />

m. Joint. See u o 2l £ S n o r A 3.<br />

uofcS-^ (molkh) To attach, to be<br />

attached, [pron. of uo2i.£].<br />

uofce,-^ (molh) To salt, to add salt.<br />

[pron. of u o y 2l& (1)].<br />

uofc& (molh) Salted, salty, [qual.. of<br />

juor& z, (1)].<br />

- $iou e-TUOfc&^ef' yom 3et molh')<br />

m. The dead sea. (lit. The salty<br />

sea)<br />

uofc.2/ (molh) m. Candle. See<br />

ju o y & z, (2).<br />

- q&.iuofc& (fciy'molh) m. Candle<br />

holder, candlestick. See ju o & & .<br />

uofcsc (1) (molg) v. To embrace, to<br />

hug, to twist, to surround; m.<br />

Embrace. See JUor2i.se (1),<br />

jU02i.SC <<br />

uofcac^ (molg) To embrace, [pron. of<br />

juo2i.sc (1), juov2i.sc(1)].<br />

uofc.sc (2) (molg) m. Branch. See also<br />

juor2i.sc (2).<br />

u o n & c t h p i o n (monSster'yon) (Gk.)<br />

m. Monastery. Eq. to a Bh t .<br />

u o n jso ch (monS'she) (Gk.) f. Nun.<br />

See also u o n a x o c .<br />

u o n jo c o c (moni'khos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Monk. See also u o n a x h .<br />

u o n h (monie) f. House, mansion. See<br />

UONI (4), UONWOYt.<br />

u o n i (1) (mo'ni) v T o anchor, to come<br />

ashore, to land. See a u o n i (1).<br />

u o n i (2) (mo'ni) v To graze, to feed,<br />

to sheperd, to lead, to show the<br />

way. See a u o n i (2), u a n o y ^<br />

U B N N H T^, JUAN/, UANHOV,<br />

UAN-, UAJUUONt.<br />

- u & u u o n i (m i^em mo'ni) m.<br />

Pasture.<br />

u o n i (3) (mo'ni) f. Nurse, guardian.<br />

u o n i (4) (mo'ni) f. House, mansion.<br />

See u o n h , u o n w o y i.


JUONK 101 j u o y Bqdn<br />

ju o n k (monk) v. To make, to form.<br />

See j u o y n k (1), j u b n k - h o n k *,<br />

JUONK, JUS.NK-.<br />

ju o n k (monk) Made, formed, [qual. of<br />

JUONK, JUOYNK (1)].<br />

ju o n k ^ (monk) To make, to form.<br />

[pron. of ju o n k, j u o t n k (1)].<br />

ju o n k ^ (monk) To cease, to perish.<br />

[pron. of j u o y n k (2)].<br />

ju o n k c (monks) f. Crucible, ju o n ju c n<br />

(1) (monman') v. To shake, to be<br />

shaken; m. Earthquake, whirlwind,<br />

rumbling. See also k b j u t o .<br />

JUONJUCN (2) (monman') adj.<br />

Surrounding, encircling, enclosing.<br />

ju o n o v c n h c (mo'nogenes') (Gk.) m.<br />

The only begotten,<br />

ju o n o n (mo'non) (Gk.) adj. adv. Only,<br />

unique, single.<br />

ju o n io o y i (mono :>u'wi) pi. Houses,<br />

mansions, [pi. ofjuoNt (4), juonh].<br />

juop* (mor) To tie, to bind. [pron. of<br />

jUOYflj.<br />

juopK&c (mor k£s') The one who<br />

treats bone injuries. See ks.c,<br />

juepK&c.<br />

juopc (mors) f. Bundle, parcel,<br />

restriction.<br />

u o p T (mort) f. Beard.<br />

- e p iu o p T (3er mort') v. To grow a<br />

beard.<br />

- jBCTTJUopT (shap' mort) v. To shave<br />

the beard<br />

j u o p t io c (mort'yos) adj. One with a<br />

beard.<br />

Juop$H (morfe') (Gk.) f. Form, shape,<br />

appearance.<br />

-


wove 1 0 2 MOVp<br />

uove (mii'3e) m. Shine, light,<br />

brightness, radiation. See also<br />

ju w o y i (2).<br />

- tu o v e (ti mu'3e) v. To shine, to<br />

give off light, to be bright.<br />

movoom (mii'thorn) m. Pus. (purulent<br />

matter from Infected wounds). See<br />

JUOV-.<br />

movi (1) (mu'wi) m. Lion. See u o y m ,<br />

juttH, m e , j u w o y i (1), K a Bo (1).<br />

- u&c mjuovi (mas'3em mu'wi) m.<br />

Lion's cub.<br />

ltovi (2) (mu'wi) f. Island.<br />

movih (mu'wi 3e') f. Lioness. See<br />

ju o yi (1), h /h , m b , ju w o y i (1).<br />

movki (mii'ki) f. Ladder.<br />

mov2l&sc (mu'lig) m. Owl.<br />

ttov2v.a>N (miilon') f. Millstone.<br />

mov2v.3 (miilkh) v. To attach, to hook,<br />

to blend, to be tied, to be attached.<br />

See u o & g , u o X £ * .<br />

mov2u5 (miilkh) pi. Joints, [pi. of<br />

juo2l£J.<br />

mov2v.2, (1) (miilh) v. To salt, to add<br />

salt; m. Saltiness. See u e & z,-,<br />

uo2lz,*, uoX& , jue2i&, jueX&e.<br />

ttovk.2, (2) (miilh) m. Wax. See<br />

UO&&.<br />

uov2v.e, Nefiitt) (miilh'3en 3eviyo') m.<br />

Honey comb,<br />

uovkac (1) (miilg) v. To embrace, to<br />

hug, to twist, to surround; m.<br />

Embrace. See u o X x (1),<br />

U O & X * .<br />

uov2v.se (2) (miilg) m. Branch. See<br />

also juo& x (2).<br />

ttovtti (mu'mi) f. Spring of water.<br />

uovN&itH (miin 3o'shi) n. Rain.<br />

m o v n (miin) v. To continue, to keep<br />

doing, to go on doing, to remain, to<br />

stay; m. Perseverance,<br />

persistence. See ju o y n i, u h n .<br />

tto v N efio2v (miin 3a'vol) v. To<br />

continue, to remain.<br />

- 3eN ovttovN efio2v. (khan 3ii miin<br />

3a'vol) adv. Continually.<br />

m ovm (mii'ni) v. To continue, to keep<br />

doing, to go on doing, to remain, to<br />

stay. See u o y n , u h n .<br />

m o v n k (1) (miink) v. To make, to<br />

form; m. Handiwork, the thing<br />

made. See u o n k , u b n k -<br />

U O N K *, U O N K , H A N K -.<br />

- ttoV N K nscisc (miink'3en jig') m.<br />

Hand-made thing.<br />

- s-TttovNK nscisc (3St miink'3en<br />

jig') adj. Not hand-made.<br />

m o v n k (2) (miink) v. To cease, to<br />

perish, to be consumed, to die, to<br />

end, to vanish, to destroy; m.<br />

Annihilation, termination,<br />

destruction See u o n k * .<br />

& © m ovnk (3§th miink') adj.<br />

Unceasing. See u o y n k (2)<br />

m ovnc& sci (miin si'ji) m.<br />

Conversation. See ca.sci<br />

MOVNcaipeM (miin so'ram) m.<br />

Deluge, downpour, valley.<br />

u o v n 2/(b o v (miin'ho 3u') m. Rain,<br />

moisture. See & w o y (2)<br />

- cepttovN&wov (3es'3ermiin'h6<br />

3ii') It is raining.<br />

ttovp (miir) v. To tie, to bind, to<br />

obligate (by oath), to gird; m.<br />

Bond, bandage, strap. See u e p -,<br />

H O P * H H P .


uovp e S O TM 103 1102CT^<br />

iio rp eSovN (mur'3ekhun') m.<br />

Fasting, commitment.<br />

ttOYcek&o (mu sel'ho) Tepid water,<br />

lukewarm water. See ju o y-,<br />

ceh&o.<br />

noveep (mu'sar) m. Belt, strap,<br />

shoelace. See also txorcHp.<br />

liovcHp (mu'ser) m. Belt, strap,<br />

shoelace. See also utorcep.<br />

moycikon (mu'sikon) Musical.<br />

iio v t (mut) m. Tendon, ligament,<br />

joint, neck, shoulder.<br />

u o yjo t (musht) v. To inspect, to<br />

roam, to observe, to stroll; m.<br />

Consideration, observation. See<br />

U ejfjT- JUX.&'T-, ItOSOTS.<br />

uovShju (mu'khem) Hot water. See<br />

JUOV-.<br />

uov2»o)3£ (mu'hog) Cold water. See<br />

&


u o a c T 104 u n jy &<br />

aoacT (mogt) Mixed, combined, [qual.<br />

of ju o rx T],<br />

uoatT (mogt) m. Weather, mood.<br />

u o x £ (mogkh) m. Belt, girdle. See<br />

also juoyxjS.<br />

u o t (moti) m. pi. Neck, tendon.<br />

juttw- (empiy') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

habitual tense sg. 1st person.<br />

un& ipH t (3em' piy re'ti) In this<br />

manner, this way.<br />

un&K- (empik') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

habitual tense sg. m. 2nd person.<br />

UTr&N- (empin') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

habitual tense pi. 1st person.<br />

unape (empira') vbl. prf. for<br />

negative habitual tense, before<br />

nominal subjects.<br />

un&pe- (empira') vbl. prf. for<br />

negative habitual tense sg. f. 2nd<br />

person.<br />

un& peTeN - (empiretan-) vbl. prf. for<br />

negative habitual tense pi. 2nd<br />

person.<br />

utt&c - (emp£s') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

habitual tense sg. f. 3* person.<br />

u iraq- (empSf') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

habitual tense sg. m. 3rd person.<br />

u n & r - (em piv') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

habitual tense pi 3? person.<br />

u n e (3empa') vbl. prf. for negative of<br />

first perfect tense, before nominal<br />

subjects.<br />

u n e - (3empa') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

of first perfect tense sg. f. 2nd<br />

person.<br />

u iie K - (3empak') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

of first perfect tense sg. m. 2nd<br />

person.<br />

UTieKpHi- (’ em'pek re'ti) Like you.<br />

UTreqpHf (3em'pef re'ti) Like him.<br />

uneueo (3empe 3em'tho) adv.<br />

Before, in front of, facing. See<br />

iteo.<br />

uneN - (3empan') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

of first perfect tense pi. 1st person.<br />

uirep (3em'per) vbl. prf. for negative<br />

imper. tense.<br />

- unepep&ot (3em'per 3erho'ti) Do<br />

not fear.<br />

- unep+fcMT (3em'per tihSp') Do not<br />

judge.<br />

u n e c - (3empas') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

of first perfect tense sg. f. 3rd<br />

person.<br />

u n e c n&t (3em'pesn£v') The two<br />

together, both. See cn&Y.<br />

itn e T e N - (3empetan') vbl. prf. for<br />

negative of first perfect tense pi.<br />

2nd person.<br />

iin eq- (3empaf') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

of first perfect tense sg. m. 3?<br />

person.<br />

u n i- (3empi') vbl. prf. for negative of<br />

first perfect tense sg. 1st person.<br />

ufiK tot (3em3ep ko'ti) adv. Around.<br />

See K w f.<br />

u n o r - (3empii') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

of first perfect tense pi. 3? person.<br />

unis*, (3em 3ep'sh§) v. To be worthy<br />

of, to be deserving of.<br />

- epunjaa (3er'3em 3ep'sh&) v. To<br />

become worthy of.<br />

- &t u t t $d& (3St'3em 3ep'shS) adj.<br />

Undeserving, unworthy.<br />

- ueTa.'TunsB*, (met 3it '3em 3ep'<br />

shS) f. Unworthiness.


uTTjaisa 105 MOIIT N2/0)?V<br />

- 'cejufrjoa. (3es'3em Dep'shi) It is<br />

befitting to, it is proper to.<br />

Impersonal expression.<br />

UTTjyija (Dem3ep'shish) m. Revenge,<br />

vengeance. See &&/&, ejuj&tj&.<br />

- ep JUTTgjijB (3er'3em3ep'shish) v. To<br />

take revenge.<br />

- ( if i juTTsaijy (chi'3em3ep'shish) v.<br />

To take revenge.<br />

- peqS'i uttssiss (ref chi' 3em3ep'<br />

shish) n. Avenger.<br />

itTTjB«)i (3em'3epsho'y) adv. From<br />

above. See tt^ooi<br />

itpojST (3emrosht') v. To stink.<br />

«p o s»T (3emrosht') m. Stench, foul<br />

odor. See also jupoogT.<br />

ltpoST (3emrokht') n. Clay,<br />

upom ( 3emr6m') m. Pillow. See also<br />

ejupatju.<br />

itptDjBT (3emrosht') m. Stench, foul<br />

odor. See also itpo& T.<br />

iic&& (3emsih') m. f. Crocodile. See<br />

also ejuc&e,.<br />

u t s - t (3emtit') f. Bridle (for a horse)<br />

See also j u t & t z .<br />

iiT?wT2/ (3emtit-h') f. Bridle (for a<br />

horse) See also ju t a t .<br />

u t & v (3emtiv') n. Magic, sorcery.<br />

- scejUT&v (ja'3emtiv') To speak<br />

with magic and sorcery. See see-.<br />

k to n (3em'ton) v. To rest, to repose,<br />

to be at rest; m. Rest, comfort. See<br />

6UTON, JU0T6H.<br />

» ,t u t o n (3it 3em'ton) adj.<br />

Anxious, restless, disturbed.<br />

- ju&kiiTON (m i' Den Dem'ton) m.<br />

Resting place.<br />

- Sew o v u to n (khan 3u 3em'ton)<br />

adv. Easily, comfortably.<br />

- Cf i u t o n (chi ’em'ton) v. To be at<br />

rest, to be content.<br />

- "tuTOH (ti 3em'ton) v. To give<br />

comfort, to give rest.<br />

u T O T q (Demtotf) m. Wild rue.<br />

mvXom (mi'lon) (Gk.) m. Mill stone.<br />

uvpoN (mi'ron) (Gk.) m. Chrismation<br />

oil.<br />

m vcth p (mister') n. Spoon.<br />

u v c th p io h (mister'yon) (Gk.) m.<br />

Mystery, sacrament, secret.<br />

« $ h (3emfe') No, never.<br />

- ssj&n u $ h (shin'3emfe') Or not.<br />

- ene «(t>H (3a'ne 3emfe') If not.<br />

- ejyom ju$ h (3eshop'3emfe') If not<br />

or else.<br />

- icxe jU $ h (yisja'3emfe') If not or<br />

else.<br />

jU$oov (3em'fo Du') Today. See<br />

0Poor.<br />

M $pHt (3em 3ef re'ti) as, like. See<br />

p H f.<br />

ut»p (3emfor') intetj. Not so, Far<br />

being it from.., never.<br />

jUOHNt (moy'ni) Take, [imper. pi.]. See<br />

also juo, jue.<br />

u u )iT (moyt) m. Road, way. See<br />

UITCOOVI.<br />

- 2,1 n iu (»)iT (hi'pimoyt') In the way.<br />

- acewutoiT (jam moyt') v. To find a<br />

way, to explore. See seen-.<br />

- S'iu o h t (chi moyt') v. To guide, to<br />

lead. See6'/(1).<br />

- & a.vuc«iT (chiv moyt') Guide,<br />

leader. See S 's r.<br />

luaiiT mooni (moyt'3en 3o'ni) m.<br />

Stony path, stony road.<br />

uodit ii&cofc. (moyt' 3en hoi') m.<br />

Trip, journey. See z,o>K.


uooov 1 0 6 uscook<br />

uooov (1) (mo 3u') m. Water. See<br />

U 0V -.<br />

- aeucoov (^th'm o Du') adj. Dry,<br />

desolate (land without water).<br />

- ueT&euooov (met 3£th'm6 3u') f.<br />

Drought.<br />

- epuooov (3er'mo 3u') v. To melt, to<br />

become liquid.<br />

- q&iuooov (% 'm o 3u') m. Water<br />

reservoir, water container.<br />

- tuooov (ti' mo 3u') v. To water (a<br />

plant), to give water.<br />

uooov (2) (mo 3u') m. Irrigation,<br />

uooov (3) (mo 3ii') m. Juice,<br />

uooov (4) (mo 3u') m. Urine.<br />

- epC'iuooov (3erchi' mo 3ii') v. To<br />

urinate. See uooov (4).<br />

uooov eqKHfi (mo 3u':)efkeb') m.<br />

Cold water. See ju w o y (1), k h B.<br />

uooov eqcooTq (mo 3u'3efs6tf') m.<br />

Pure water, clear water. See<br />

UOOOV (1), COOTq.<br />

uooov N&ko2u (mo 5u'sen 3§'loli) m.<br />

Grape juice. See uooov (3),<br />

k2i02it.<br />

uooov MNOvac (mo sii'3ennug') m.<br />

Mirage. See uooov (1), n o v x (1).<br />

uooov Ncek&o (mo ’iPensel'ho) m.<br />

Tepid water, lukewarm water. See<br />

uovceA& o.<br />

uooov 2/oaac (mo 3u'hog) Cold water.<br />

See uov&oox.<br />

uooovB oon (mo 3u'von) m. smelly<br />

water, stinky water. See<br />

u o v Boon.<br />

u o o o v i (1) (mo °u'wi) pi. Lions, [pi. of<br />

u o r/(1 ), u o n k ].<br />

uooovi (2) (mo Du'wi) m. Shine, light,<br />

brightness, radiation. See also<br />

uov'e.<br />

u o o o v t (mo 3ut') v. To kill.<br />

u o o o v t (mo 3ut') Dead. [qual. of<br />

u o vj.<br />

- pequooovT (ref'mo 3ut') n. Dead<br />

person. See u o o o v t .<br />

- N H c e u o o o vT (ne 3eth'mo 3ut') pi.<br />

The dead (people).<br />

Uoovchc (mouses') (Egypt.) Moses,<br />

(mean. Son of water, drawn from<br />

the water),<br />

usyip (1) (3emshir') Meshir or Amshir;<br />

the sixth month of the Egyptian<br />

(<strong>Coptic</strong>) year. See also u e y ip ,<br />

e u y ip (1).<br />

ussip (2) (3emshir') m. Box for<br />

incense. See also e u y tp (2).<br />

usaiss (3emshish') m. Vengeance,<br />

revenge. See unj&itp, eus&i&.<br />

u 2/&.k (3emhSI') m. Servant, slave.<br />

U&&.V (3emh£v') m. Grave, tomb. See<br />

also 6 U & & V .<br />

- u&nu&&v (mS'^en 3emh§v') m.<br />

Cemetary, grave yard.<br />

u e »it (3emhit') m. North. See also<br />

e u & tT, neu& t'T.<br />

u &o t (3em'hot) m. A block used by<br />

shoemakers to conform the shape of<br />

the shoe.<br />

use*.2/t (Demgciht') f. Mortar, socket<br />

of the mill wheel,<br />

uaco (3em'go) m. Lizard,<br />

iiacook. (emgol') m. Onion, Onion<br />

color. See euxooX.


N<br />

Wei (ney)<br />

Ney<br />

h abb. of the numeral Fifty; Tefii<br />

(ta'vi).<br />

h (1) (Den) Of. (expresses poss.<br />

relationship between 2 nouns,<br />

used before words starting with<br />

letters other than B, 0, ju, it, &, 08..<br />

ns. T $ e (n&' 3etfa') pi The people of<br />

heaven. See ifx. (1).<br />

ns, (2) (n£) to go, to come. See also<br />

NHOY.<br />

n s (3) (n i) Approximately, about,<br />

similar to, like. See also bus.,<br />

it a y (3).<br />

ms. ns.pH'f (n3 pSre'ti) Like me,<br />

almost like me. See its. (3).<br />

n s .- (n£) My. poss. adj., 1st person<br />

sg., possessed noun pi.<br />

107 i«u<br />

n s .s. (n i 3£') To be great, to be grand.<br />

See n h s S .<br />

NS.&, e2/OTe e (n£ 3a'3ehota'3a')<br />

Greater than.<br />

n s .s .-*' (n3 D&') To be great, to be<br />

grand, [pron. of **&].<br />

n s .B 1 (nS'vi) m. Spear. See also<br />

If&vt, it&&Bi (2).<br />

W seuisc (n£ 3ami'ySs) The Book of<br />

Nehemiah<br />

NS.zs.pe© (nS'zSrath') Nazareth.<br />

- peiiNS.zs.pee (rem nS'zSrath') n.<br />

A native of Nazareth. See also<br />

N&zoopeoc.<br />

NS.zo>peoc (n£'zora'3os) n. A native<br />

of Nazareth.<br />

ns.ht (nayet') n. adj. Kind,<br />

compassionate.<br />

ueeNS.HT (meth'niyet') f.<br />

Compassion.<br />

- tiueeN&HT (ti'meth nSyet') v. To<br />

give charity.<br />

ns.1 (1) (nSy) v. To have pity, To have<br />

mercy, to be merciful; m. Mercy,<br />

charity, pity.<br />

- epovN SJ (3er 3u'n£y) To be<br />

merciful, to be charitable.<br />

- epNSj (3er'nSy) To have mercy.<br />

- ueeNS.1 (meth'nSy) f. Mercy,<br />

charity, alms.<br />

- s.on&i (^th'niy) adj. Unmerciful,<br />

cruel, unmercy.<br />

- ueTS,eNS,i (met 3§th'nSy) f.<br />

Cruelty.<br />

- p eu N N Si (rem 3en'n£y) n. Merciful.<br />

- peqNS.i (ref' niy) n. Merciful.<br />

- jas.'TueeNa.i (shSt’meth niy") n.<br />

One who demands charity, beggar.


N&t 1 0 8 N&T<br />

- jaovM&i (shii'niy) adj. Worthy of<br />

mercy.<br />

- m&i wa,N (n^y n£n) Have mercy on<br />

us.<br />

n&i (2) (n§y) These, demonst. pron.<br />

pi.<br />

n&i- (1) (niy) vbl. prf. for imperfect<br />

past tense (was doing), sg. 1st<br />

person.<br />

N il- (2) (niy) These, demonst. adj.<br />

pi.<br />

(nciycit") adj. Blessed, happy.<br />

n»,k (nak) prep. To you, on you. (sg.<br />

m.).<br />

NS.K- (n£k) vbl. prf. for imperfect past<br />

tense (was doing), sg. m. 2nd<br />

person.<br />

n&k&i (ncik'hi) f. Pains, birth pains,<br />

death pains.<br />

N&.M (nam) m. Pine tree. See also<br />

NOJU.<br />

n&n (n&n or nan) prep. To us, on us.<br />

- juoi n&.n (moy n£n or moy nan)<br />

Give us. See not.<br />

- nm n&n (n§y n£n or nay nan)<br />

Have mercy on us. See m u (1).<br />

n&n- (nein or nan) vbl. prf. for<br />

imperfect past tense (was doing),<br />

pi. 1st person.<br />

Ns.ne (n§na') Good, nice, great. See<br />

alSO N&N6 <<br />

N&Ne k To o vi (nina'^'to 3u'wi)<br />

Good morning. See k 'T O o n .<br />

N&Ne pov&i (n&na'ru'hi)) Good<br />

evening. See pore,/.<br />

N&Ne^ (nSna') Good, nice, great.<br />

- cn&nc^ (3a'n&na') adj. Good, nice.<br />

- TTC©Na.Neq (path'ninaf') n. That<br />

which is good.<br />

- epne«NS.Neq (Der path'nlinaf') v.<br />

To do good.<br />

- peqcpTTe©Na.Neq (rePer path'<br />

ninaf') n. Beneficent.<br />

- cauKceN&Ncq (sim path' nSnaf')<br />

n. Beneficent.<br />

n&ncc (nSnas') It is good to.<br />

(impersonal expression).<br />

H a o ru (n&’iim) The book of Nahum<br />

Nape (n£'re) vbl. prf. for imperfect<br />

past tense (was doing), before<br />

nominal subjects.<br />

N&pe- (ni're) vbl. prf. for imperfect<br />

past tense (was doing), sg. f. 2nd<br />

person.<br />

N&peTCN- (niretan') vbl. prf. for<br />

imperfect past tense (was doing),<br />

pi. 2nd person.<br />

tiz.c (n3s) prep. To her, on her.<br />

NS.C- (n&s) vbl. prf. for imperfect past<br />

tense (was doing), sg. f. 3rd<br />

person.<br />

n & t (nSt) m. Web of a weaving<br />

machine.<br />

N&T&&T (3en' 3it h£t') adj. Free,<br />

without money. See s.'t &s.t .<br />

n8wt6*cnn8 (3en 3£t chen'ne) adv.<br />

Without delay, without<br />

procrastination. See (TeNNe<br />

N&v (1) (niv) v. To look, to see, to<br />

look on, to foresee; m. Vision,<br />

sight.<br />

- iw a v (3§n§v') Look, [imper. of m r<br />

m<br />

- (3£th'neiv) adj. Unseen,<br />

unseeing.<br />

- peqN&v (refniv) n. Seer,<br />

overseer.<br />

- XINN&.V (jin'nSv) m. f. Sight, vision.


N&V ltfiofc 109 H<br />

n&v ufiofc (n iv '3em'vol) v. To see,<br />

to have the eyes opened.<br />

n&v ltfiofc. (n iv '3em'vol) m.<br />

Eyesight.<br />

n&v (2) (niv) m. Time.<br />

- N0N&Y (’en'^eth niv') interrog<br />

adv. At what time?<br />

- jU$>n &v (3em'3ef n iv ) At the time<br />

of.<br />

- jU $ n*.v njbwptt (3em'3ef n iv' 3en<br />

shorp') At dawn.<br />

- Nisyf NH&.V (nish'ti 3en n iv') adj.<br />

Long time.<br />

- kovsci nns-t (kii'ji 3en niv') adj.<br />

Short time.<br />

- MjwV NifieN (niv'nivan') All the<br />

time, always.<br />

NS.T (3) (niv) Approximately, about,<br />

See also eus, ms. (3).<br />

M».v gje N p o «n i (niv sha'3en<br />

rom'pi) About 100 years.<br />

H »,v- (niv) vbl. prf. for imperfect past<br />

tense (was doing), pi. 3rd person.<br />

N&rfieN (niv van') pi. Footsteps.<br />

Na,vi (ni'vi) m. Spear. See also<br />

tisB/, ns&Bi (2).<br />

N&$pi (nif'ri) f. Grain, seed.<br />

N&$e- (ni'she) Many, much, great,<br />

large. See n s & w S ,<br />

N&j»e NCoreMq (ni'she 3en sii'<br />

3enf') m. Expensive, valuable.<br />

(nishp) That which frightens.<br />

[p.c. of novj/sn].<br />

N*.joTTHpi (nishp 3e'ri) m. Scarecrow.<br />

(lit. scare quail).<br />

n&s»t (nisht) Hard, stiff, rigid, rough,<br />

cruel, [qual. of n^ o t ].<br />

H&jtj'T- (nisht) Being hard, rough.<br />

[p.C. Of MflSOT].<br />

- jue'TN&siJ'T (met'nisht) f. Cruelty,<br />

roughness.<br />

N&jg'Teui (nisht 3a'mi) adj. hard to<br />

understand, enigmatic. See 'em.<br />

Na.S0TNa.2/fii (nisht nih'vi) adj.<br />

Stubborn, stiff-necked.<br />

M&S8T2/HT (nisht het') adj. Cruel,<br />

inflexible.<br />

ueTN&ssrr&HT f. Cruelty,<br />

inflexibility.<br />

msssco^ (nisho') Many, much, great,<br />

large. See Ns&e-.<br />

NS.ja't (nish'ti) m. adj. Defender,<br />

helper, supporter.<br />

- epNa.ssf (3er nish'ti) v. To help, to<br />

defend, to support.<br />

- peqN&sat (ref nish'ti) n. Helper,<br />

defender, advocate.<br />

N&q- (nif) vbl. prf. for imperfect past<br />

tense (was doing), sg. m. 3rd<br />

person.<br />

N&q (nif) prep. To him, on him.<br />

N&.Z/* (nih) To shake, to be shaken.<br />

[pron. o f moz, (1), /fore,].<br />

N&Z/fieq (nihvaf') m. Yoke,<br />

submission.<br />

N&&&! (1) (nih'vi) f. Neck, shoulder.<br />

- N&sa'TNa.&fli (nisht nih'vi) adj.<br />

Stubborn, stiff-necked.<br />

- (T&CIN&&SI (chi'si n ih ’vi) adj.<br />

Arrogant, haughty.<br />

- ntn&S/Bi (3o'li 3en 3et nih'vi)<br />

v. To decapitate, to behead.<br />

N&&&I (2) (nih'vi) m. Spear. See also<br />

NSV/, N&.B1.<br />

N&&eu- (niham') To save, to be<br />

saved, [const, of f/o&eju].<br />

n ( n i h m ) To save, to be saved.<br />

[pron. of tfo&ett].


N&2,p*^ 110 MeT6M-<br />

(n£hr£') prep. Before, in the<br />

presence of. [pron. of NAZ/petij.<br />

N&&peN (nihran') prep. Before, in<br />

the presence of. See ns.&p &*.<br />

M&e/t (n£h'ti) v. To believe, to trust;<br />

m. Belief, trust, faith. See en&OT.<br />

Unbelieving, infidel.<br />

(Dith ’nih'ti) n. adj.<br />

- tte'TN&.&'t (met'nih'ti) f. Faith. S<br />

- peqN&fct (ref'nih'ti) n. Believer.<br />

- jBOVN».2/t (shii'nSh'ti) adj. Worthy<br />

of trust, worthy of belief.<br />

N&XTT (nigp) n. Stone, pit (of fruit).<br />

Hast2,1 (n&g'hi) f. Tooth.<br />

- TTI&klX N T6 NIN&X2/I (pi<br />

3ekh'lig 3enta'ninag'hi) m.<br />

Toothache.<br />

- chimi nn&2£2/I (sey'ni 3en nSg'hi)<br />

n. Dentist. See cmm.<br />

nc (1) (na) A copula in simple nominal<br />

sentences, for pi. See ire, ve.<br />

Me (2) (na) prep. To you, on you. (sg.<br />

f.).<br />

Me- (na) Your. poss. adj., 2nd person<br />

sg.f., possessed noun pi.<br />

N6&.T (nay&t') Furthermost,<br />

outermost.<br />

Nell- (nab) Lord of, master of. [p.c. of<br />

n h B].<br />

Nefik&i (nab 3S'hi) n. A person with a<br />

long life-span.<br />

NefiHi (nab 3ey') n. Landlord.<br />

Mefii (na'vi) v. To swim, to float. See<br />

tieqt, mhBi, n iBi .<br />

Mefiio2/i (nab yo'hi) n. Field owner.<br />

Nefi&HT (nab het') n. Bright,<br />

intelligent. See &h t (1).<br />

Mefii- (neb'ti) f. Braid of hair, pleat.<br />

See n o vB t.<br />

Mei (nay) f. Time. See also n h i (2)<br />

- epNci (3er nay') v. To reach its<br />

time.<br />

- +Mei (ti nay') v. To appoint a time.<br />

M6K- (nak) Your. poss. adj., 2nd<br />

person sg. m., possessed noun pi.<br />

NeicpoN (nek'ron) (Gk.) n. Dead,<br />

dead person.<br />

Neu (nam) conj. And; prep. With. See<br />

Nejus*.<br />

Neua.^ (nem i') prep. With. [pron. of<br />

H 6JU ].<br />

Neu&K (nemSk') prep. With you. sg.<br />

m.<br />

NCU&.N (nem£n') prep. With us.<br />

Neu&q (nemSf-) prep. With him.<br />

Neu&c (nemos') prep. With her.<br />

ncuc (nema') prep. With you. sg. f.<br />

ncucdov (nem63u') prep. With them.<br />

MeucoTCM (nemo'tan) prep. With<br />

you. pi.<br />

NeN (nan) The definite article for pi.<br />

See also m.<br />

M6M- (nan) Our. poss. adj., 1st person<br />

pi., possessed noun pi.<br />

NeNepHov (nan'3ere'yu). Each other,<br />

with each other. 1st person pi.<br />

NeN62/ (3en 3enah') adv. Eternally,<br />

forever.<br />

Nec- (nas) Her. poss. adj., 3rd person<br />

sg. f., possessed noun pi.<br />

Nece (na'se) Beautiful. See also<br />

enece, m e w <<br />

Mec


NeTert'epHOY 111 NHBTe NOYN<br />

MeTeM epnov (netan' 3ere'yu) Each<br />

other, with each other. 2nd person<br />

pl•<br />

N e T q - (netf) To loosen up, to smile,<br />

[Const. Of NO Y q T (1), NOYVq'T].<br />

Heg)iT- (neshp) To scare, to be<br />

scared, [const, of n o y & tt],<br />

MejsneHOT (neshp the'yii) f. Fan<br />

NejDTe (neshta') m. A cruel person.<br />

Neq (naf) m. Sailor<br />

- niNisB't HNeq (pinish'ti 3ennaf') m.<br />

Captain of the ship.<br />

Neq- (naf) His. poss. adj., 3rd person<br />

sg. m., possessed noun pl.<br />

N e q T - (neft) To loosen up, to smile.<br />

[const, of n o yc/t (1), n o y tc/t ],<br />

Ne5xt (neg'khi) n. Debris, small<br />

pieces resulting from working with<br />

wood or metal, precipitate.<br />

Nee, (nah) m. oil.<br />

- 2/po)T NN62/ (3ehrot' 3en nah') f.<br />

Oil press. See bpoo'T.<br />

Me& u n io (»2/C (nah'3empi thohs')<br />

m. Anointing oil. See exo&c.<br />

N62;- (nah) To shake, to be shaken.<br />

[const, of n o z, (1), n o ve,].<br />

nez,^ (nah) To shake, to be shaken.<br />

[pron. of noz, (1), n o y z ,].<br />

N62, (nah) Shaken, separated, [qual.<br />

of NO Z, (1), NOYZ,].<br />

N62/fi- (nehb) To saddle the animal,<br />

to join the animal to wagon, [const,<br />

of NO&eB, /tat&e£].<br />

Ne&fiHfc (nah vel') m. Flask, or<br />

leather bottle (for wine).<br />

Ne&TTi (neh'pi) v. To mourn, to<br />

grieve.<br />

Ne&TU (neh'pi) m. Mourning<br />

- peqNe&TTi (ref neh'pi) n. Mourner.<br />

Ne&ci (neh'si) v.To wake up, to<br />

awaken, to arise, to be active.<br />

Ne&ci (neh'si) m. Awakening.<br />

Ne&q (hehf) m. Winnowing, Chaff.<br />

H e x - (nag) To throw away, to cast<br />

off. [const, of no y x (2)].<br />

Mesci (na'ji) f. Belly, womb.<br />

n h (ne) demonst. article for pl. See<br />

$H.<br />

nh- (ne) Those, demonst. pron. pl.<br />

nhB (neb') m. f. Lord, owner, matron.<br />

See NeB-.<br />

- epNHfi (3er neb') v. To reign, to<br />

become lord.<br />

- j u c t n h B (met neb') f. Lordship<br />

n h Bi (ne'vi) v. To swim, to float. See<br />

NeB/, Neqi, n/B/.<br />

n h Bi (ne'vi) m. Swimming, floating.<br />

- peqNHBi (ref ne'vi) n. Swimmer.<br />

NHee- (ne'3eth) Who, which,<br />

that Relative pron. pl. Used with<br />

words starting with B, p, n, K, o or<br />

j u . See also n h c t-.<br />

NHeeua>ovT (ne 3eth'mo 3ut') pl.<br />

The dead (people).<br />

NHeeoveulfi (ne3eth'3u 3am' chi) pl.<br />

Babies who suckle milk from their<br />

mothers. See oysjuS 'r.<br />

N H 6T- (ne'3et) Who, which,<br />

that. Relative pron. pl. Used with<br />

words starting with letters other<br />

than B, p, n , A, o or ju. See also<br />

NH6&-.<br />

NH'eTe uu& v (ne'3eta'3emmiv')<br />

Those, demonst. pron. pl.<br />

N H eTe n o v n (ne'3eta'nun) That<br />

which is ours. See n o yn (1).


NHeTODJB 112 Hm&poitti&<br />

MHeToaja (ne yet 3osh') pi. Readers.<br />

[pi. of {!t]. Eq. to<br />

kna.r/fwc'THC.<br />

NHeTssaT (ne'yet shit') m. The poor<br />

(people). See &


Hiirpanuc 113 MNOV-<br />

W ittp& ^ ic (ni 3eprik'sis) The Book of<br />

Acts. See np&ztc.<br />

W ipeqt^».TT (ni ref'ti hip') The Book<br />

of Judges. See peyf& zrr.<br />

n i $ h o y i (ni fe'3ii'wi) The heavens.<br />

[pl. of t o Pe].<br />

Wic{>ipi (nifi'ri) The Books of<br />

Chronicles<br />

- £ W i^ipi (nifi'ri 3Q'wi) The Book of<br />

1 Chronicles<br />

- E H i$ ip i (nifi'ri ’esnu'ti) The Book<br />

of 2 Chronicles<br />

Nijat (nish'ti) n.adj. Great, large, big,<br />

many. See also n o x<br />

N isa t mcom (nish'ti 3en son') m. The<br />

elder brother. See con.<br />

N ija t ncodmi (nish'ti 3en so'ni) f. The<br />

elder sister. See cwm .<br />

- epN ijst (3er nish'ti) To become<br />

great, to become big.<br />

tteTNis»1‘ (met nish'ti) f.<br />

Greatness, vastness, seniority,<br />

mq (nif) m. Breath, air breeze, fog.<br />

Niqi (ni'fi) v. To blow (wind), to<br />

breathe; m. Breeze, breath<br />

- 7TiNiqi (pini'fi 3en'khi 3a')<br />

The last breath.<br />

- ceKNiqi (sak'ni'fi) v. To inhale, to<br />

breath in.<br />

- z,t Niqi efio2v (hi ni'fi 3avol') v. To<br />

exhale, to breath out.<br />

- soeNNiqi (shen ni'fi) m. A breath,<br />

breathing.<br />

- 5auuruqi (khim ni'fi) m. Asthma,<br />

difficult breathing.<br />

NKecon (Den ka'sop) adv. Again,<br />

once more. See also novw&eju<br />

n k o t (3en'kot) v. To Sleep, to lie<br />

down, to pass away; m. Sleep.<br />

See enKOT<br />

- a.TMKOT (3it 3en'kot) adj.<br />

Wakeful, not asleep.<br />

- m n k o t (m i'3en 3en'kot) m.<br />

Bed, Place of lying down.<br />

MKtofcn (3en kolp) adv. Stealthily,<br />

covertly.<br />

N N i- (3enni') vbl. prf. for negative of<br />

emphatic future tense sg. 1st<br />

person.<br />

NNe (3enna') vbl. prf. for negative of<br />

emphatic future tense, before<br />

nominal subjects.<br />

n m c- (3enna') vbl. prf. for negative of<br />

emphatic future tense sg. f. 2nd<br />

person.<br />

NN6K- (3ennak') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

of emphatic future tense sg. m. 2nd<br />

person.<br />

MM6N- (3ennan') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

of emphatic future tense pl. 1st<br />

person.<br />

n n c c - (3ennas') vbl. prf. for negative<br />

of emphatic future tense sg. f. 3rd<br />

person.<br />

NNeci»(OTTi mhi (3en'nes sho'pi ney')<br />

It shall never happen to me that.<br />

Impersonal expression.<br />

MNCTeN- (3ennetan') vbl. prf. for<br />

negative of emphatic future tense<br />

pl. 2nd person.<br />

MMeq- (3ennaf) vbl. prf. for negative<br />

of emphatic future tense sg. m. 3rd<br />

person.<br />

n n o v - (3ennii') vbl. prf. for negative of<br />

emphatic future tense pl. 3rd<br />

person.


NOfil 114 NOVKep<br />

Nofil (no'vi) m. Sin.<br />

- epNOfii (3er no'vi) v. To commit sin,<br />

to sin.<br />

- &iepNOfii (3iy '3er no'vi) I sinned.<br />

- &eNOfii (3ath no'vi) adj. Sinless,<br />

pure.<br />

- peqepNofii (ref'3er no'vi) n. Sinner.<br />

nohu& (no 3e'm i) (Gk.) m. Mind,<br />

understanding, intellect.<br />

- epNoiN (3er nen') v. To discern, to<br />

understand.<br />

n o h t c (no 3eta') (Gk.) adj. rational,<br />

mental, reasonable.<br />

noini (noy'ni) v. To shake, to shiver,<br />

to tremble, to agitate, to incite; m.<br />

Shaking. See n w in i.<br />

noju (nom) m. Pine tree. See also<br />

N&tt.<br />

n o juo o c th c (nomo'thetes) (Gk.) m.<br />

Teacher of the law, law-giver. See<br />

NO HOC.<br />

nouoc (no'mos) m. Law, statute.<br />

a.Noi»& (3i'nomi'ya) (Gk.) f.<br />

Lawlessness, violation of the law.<br />

- &N


NOYKep 115 NOT2/I<br />

NOVKep (nii'kar) m. Incision of<br />

unripe fruits.<br />

n o t k o t s c i (3en 3u kti'ji) adv. A little.<br />

m o t h (1) (nun) Ours. poss. pron.,1st<br />

person pi, possessed noun pi.<br />

n o t n (2) (nun) m. Depth, abyss.<br />

n o t n i (1) (nu'ni) f. Root.<br />

- jyeTTNOTNi (shap nii'ni) v. To take<br />

root. See goon (1).<br />

- 6’c n o tn i (chanii'ni) To take root.<br />

- 6 'c t t n o t n i (chap nii'ni) v. To take<br />

root. See (Tsir.<br />

n o t n i (2) (nii'ni) m. Radish.<br />

NorpouTTi (3en' 3u rom'pi) adv. Fora<br />

year. See pojutm.<br />

n o t c o t t (3en'3u sop') adv. Once. See<br />

COTT.<br />

n o t o t (nu 3u') His. poss. pron., 3?<br />

person sg.m., possessed noun pi.<br />

NOTpi (nu'ri) m. f. vulture.<br />

n o t c (1) (niis) Hers. poss. pron., 3rd<br />

person sg.f., possessed noun pi.<br />

n o t c (2) (niis) (Gk.) m. Mind, thought,<br />

intellect, conception.<br />

n o t t (nut) v. To grind (grains in a<br />

mill); m. Grinding, meal, flour. See<br />

N O T*, NOYT.<br />

- ua. n n o t t (m §'3en nut') m. Mill.<br />

- (ONi n n o t t (o'ni3en nut') m.<br />

Milling stone. See aw/.<br />

- p e q N O T T (ref nut') n. Miller, one<br />

who grinds grains.<br />

N O T T e u (nu'tam) adj. Sweet,<br />

pleasant, delightful; n. Sweetness.<br />

See n o t c h .<br />

NOTTCN (nutan') Yours, poss. pron.,<br />

2nd person pi, possessed noun pi<br />

N O TTq (niitf) v. To loosen up, to<br />

ease, to relax, to smile, to slacken;<br />

m. Relaxation, softening, smiling.<br />

See N o v q T (1), N C T q - N e q T -<br />

N O q T *<br />

MOT«)2/e u (3en 3ti'36'ham) adv.<br />

Again, once more. See also<br />

NKCCOTT.<br />

NOTjyTT (niishp) v. To scare, to be<br />

scared, to frighten, to befrightened,<br />

See NCftfir-, NO&1T* NO ft) IT,<br />

N&&JT-<br />

NOTq (nuf) His. poss. pron., 3^<br />

person sg.m., possessed noun pi<br />

NOTqi (nu'fi) Good.<br />

- ceomoTqi, (3es'toy nu'fi) m. Good<br />

smell, perfume.<br />

- jacNNorqi (shannu'fi) Good news.<br />

- 2,isaeNN0Tqi (hi'shan nu'fi) i^. To<br />

announce good news.<br />

- qaijsjeNNOTqic (fSy'shan nu'fi) n.<br />

Announcer of good news<br />

- peq&isaeNNOTqi (ref hi'shan nu'fi)<br />

n. Announcer of good news,<br />

evangelist.<br />

N o r q T (1) (nuft) v. To loosen up, to<br />

ease, to relax, to smile, to slacken;<br />

m. Relaxation, softening, smiling.<br />

See N O Y T q ( 1 ), N C T q -, N e q T -<br />

N O q T *<br />

N O T q T (2) (ntift) v. To swell, to be<br />

distended.<br />

n o t& (nuh) v. To shake, to be<br />

shaken, to separate. See n o z, (1),<br />

n & & * n c z , - Nee,, Nee,*, n h &.<br />

notz/I (nU'hi) f. Sycamore tree.Se<br />

also c X k o , cvKOJUopea,.<br />

- joeNNOTg/i (shannii'hi) m. Wood of<br />

the sycamore tree.


NOY&O't SeN 0V2/0+ 116 N02/6M<br />

Nov&oi SeN ovz/ot (3en 3ii ho'ti<br />

khan' 3ii ho'ti) adv. Suddenly. See<br />

Z>o f (2)<br />

novsc (1) (niig) adj. Untrue, lying,<br />

false, adv. falsely.<br />

- uodoy MNOY2C (m o ^e n n tig ') m.<br />

Mirage.<br />

- ueeNovac (meth ntig') f. Lie,<br />

falsehood.<br />

- sceaeoNOYSc (ja'meth ntig') v. To<br />

tell a lie.<br />

- peqsceueeNOYSc (ref ja'meth niig')<br />

n. Liar<br />

- ca.MeeNOY2£ (s i' meth ntig') n.<br />

Liar.<br />

Novsc (2) (niig) v. To throw away, to<br />

castoff. See n e x - , n o x *, n h x .<br />

novscjS (niigkh) v. To sprinkle; m.<br />

Sprinkling. See n o x 3 ^ , n o£ x ^,<br />

n o x £ .<br />

N o v i (nii'ti) m. f. god; adj. godly,<br />

divine.<br />

- §>Novt (Def nii'ti) m. God.<br />

- Jue©Novt (meth nii'ti) f. Divinity.<br />

- epNOvf (3er nii'ti) v. To become<br />

god.<br />

- ».0 Movt (3ith nii'ti) adj. Godless.<br />

- M&INOV+ (^miy nii'ti) n. God-<br />

loving.<br />

- u&.CNOY’t (m is nii'ti) f. Mother of<br />

God (lit. the one who gave birth to<br />

and mothered God).<br />

- MS.CTeNOY't (mis'te nii'ti) n. God-<br />

hater.<br />

- s»*us9eNov1' (shim'she nii'ti) m.<br />

Serving of God.<br />

- peqssawUgjeNovt (ref shim ' she<br />

nii'ti) f. Servant of God, one who<br />

serves God.<br />

NOjaep (noshar') m. Vulture, falcon.<br />

mosbtt^ (noshp) To scare, to be<br />

scared, [pron. of n o y & tt],<br />

MOjsm (noshp) Frightened, scared.<br />

[qual. of n o y & tt],<br />

Noqep (nofar') Good, useful.<br />

Noqpi (nof'ri) f. Usefulness, profit,<br />

goodness; adj. Good, useful,<br />

profitable. Used as a greeting eq.<br />

to "Hi".<br />

- epNoqpt (Der nof'ri) v. To be useful,<br />

to be fruitful.<br />

cepNoqpi (Des' 3er nof'ri)<br />

Impersonal expression, it is better<br />

to.., it is profitable to ..<br />

Noqpi ssa.i (nof'ri shiy) Happy feast;<br />

a greeting on feast days. See jt>&/<br />

(2).<br />

Noqpi G2/OOY (nof'ri ^a'ho’ii') Good<br />

day. See e&oor.<br />

Noqpi 'escoopfc (nof'ri Da gorh')<br />

Good night. See exwpz,.<br />

N oqT^ (noft) To loosen up, to smile.<br />

[pron. Of NOYq'T (1), NOVTCjT].<br />

noSsc^ (nokhg) To sprinkle, [pron. of<br />

NOYXSj.<br />

Noe, (1) (noh) v. To shake, to be<br />

shaken, to separate. See n o y z ,,<br />

n s .Z/S, n o ?,-, Nee,, n c z /S, n h z ',.<br />

no& (2) (noh) pl. Eyelashes, eyelids.<br />

N02/ (3) (noh) m. Rope, cord.<br />

N02» npojjb (noh^en rosh') m.Rope<br />

for land measurement. See pooy.<br />

No&efi (nohab') v. To saddle the<br />

animal, to join the animal to<br />

wagon. See N(vz,eB, Nez>B-<br />

No&eu (noham') v. To save, to be<br />

saved; m. Salvation, redemption.


N o & e u 117 NX&I NlfiCN<br />

See No&eiu-, NS&eu-, ns& ju*<br />

ffo&eju.<br />

- peqNo&eu (ref' noham') n. Savior,<br />

redeemer. See No&eju.<br />

- aciNNO&eu (ref' noham') m. The<br />

act of Salvation, safety. See<br />

No&eu.<br />

N02/6M- (noham') To save, to be<br />

saved, [const, of No&eju]<br />

N02/CU (noham') Saved, [qual. of<br />

frozen],<br />

Nost,i (no'hi) m. Rope maker. See<br />

noz, (3).<br />

Nose (nog) adj. Great, large, big. See<br />

also ir / g f<br />

no sc Nk&j (nog'3en 3S'hi) Long life.<br />

See s&t.<br />

n o jc^ (nog) To throw away, to cast<br />

off. [pron. of n o y x (2)].<br />

nojcncsc (nognag') v. To despise, to<br />

scorn, to insult. See also ts&wys.<br />

noscjS^ (nogkh) To sprinkle, [pron. of<br />

n o y x S].<br />

noscS (nogkh) Sprinkled, [qual. of<br />

n o y x £>].<br />

N p a c i (Den rSs'ti) Tomorrow<br />

Nca,- (Dens§') prep. Against, before,<br />

behind, following, after. See also<br />

NCW*.<br />

Nca,q (Den s3f') Yesterday.<br />

Nc&p&ct (3ensliris'ti) The day after<br />

tomorrow.<br />

Nc&c&q (3ens§scif') The day before<br />

yesterday.<br />

n c h o v niB cn (3en'seyii' nivan') All<br />

the time, always. See c h o y .<br />

new* prep. Against, before, behind,<br />

following, after. See also ires..<br />

n t s . ^ (ent£') Belong to.<br />

N T* .- (enti') vbl. prf. for conjunctive<br />

tense sg. 1st person.<br />

N T& p e - (entira') vbl. prf. for<br />

conjunctive tense sg. f. 2nd person.<br />

NT& .peTGN- (entSretan') vbl. prf. for<br />

conjunctive tense pi. 2nd person.<br />

n t c (1) (3enta') Of. (expresses poss.<br />

relationship between 2 nouns).<br />

See ju (1)', ir(1j,<br />

n t c (2) (enta') vbl. prf. for<br />

conjunctive tense, before nominal<br />

subjects.<br />

n t c k - (entak') vbl. prf. for<br />

conjunctive tense sg. m. 2nd<br />

person.<br />

N T 6 N - (entan') vbl. prf. for<br />

conjunctive tense pi. 1st person.<br />

n t c c - (entas') vbl. prf. for<br />

conjunctive tense sg. f. 3rd person.<br />

NTeq- (entaf') vbl. prf. for conjunctive<br />

tense sg. m. 3rd person.<br />

NTHsc(en'teg) m. Tares, a certain<br />

kind of weeds. See also b n t u x .<br />

n t o v - (entii') vbl. prf. for conjunctive<br />

tense pi. 3 d person.<br />

n'tp o u tti (^en^et rom'pi) This year.<br />

See pojUTTi.<br />

n to d o tn (^en'to 3u'n) adv. Certainly,<br />

truly, therefore.<br />

n y k t o c (nik'toc) (Gk.) f. Night. Eq.<br />

to exoope,.<br />

n y u $ io c (nimfi'yos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Bridegroom. Eq. to TTST&e&eT.<br />

n t n (nin) (Gk.) adv. Now. Eq. to<br />

fNOY.<br />

nsc&i (enkS'y) m. Thing, something,<br />

possessions.<br />

N5cw n iBc n (enkS'y nivan')<br />

Everything.


NXPOq 118 N 'tO TN O V<br />

Nxpoq (Den 3ek'rof) adv. deceitfully<br />

NXcufceu (3en ko'lam) adv. Quickly,<br />

promptly, fast.<br />

n x (ott (3en kop') adv. secretly.<br />

Hu>e (no’3e) (Heb.) Noah. (mean.<br />

Rest, comfort)<br />

n o m k (noyk) m. Adultery,<br />

- epNtwiK (Der noyk') v. To fornicate,<br />

to commit adultery.<br />

- peqepNOMK (ref'3er noyk') n.<br />

Adulterer.<br />

- u e TN «)iK (met noyk') f. Adultery.<br />

no>in i (noy'ni) v. To shake, to shiver,<br />

to tremble, to agitate, to incite. See<br />

NOlNt.<br />

nobit (noyt) m. flour, meal of grains.<br />

Ntoijo (noysh) m. Spleen.<br />

nojov (no 3u') prep. To them, on<br />

them.<br />

Nooort (no 3u'ti) m. Swaddling<br />

clothes (to wrap the baby). See<br />

alSO OYNOUOvf.<br />

n o j t c n (no'tan) prep. To you, on<br />

you. (pl.).<br />

N w & efi (n o 'h a b ) v. To s a d d le th e<br />

anim al, to join th e anim al to<br />

w agon. See tto&eB,<br />

NSB&SOi (enshi'shi) m. Bitterness.<br />

- 5eN oTeNsaa-sji (khan 3u'<br />

3enshli'shi) adv. Bitterly.<br />

- 01 NSS&.JBI (3oy' 3enshi'shi) To be<br />

bitter.<br />

njbih (3en'shi 3e') Lengthwise in<br />

length. See p m<br />

NjaopiT (3en shorp') adv. At first, in<br />

the first place. See utopir.<br />

n jb o t (3en'shot) v. To be hard, stiff,<br />

rigid, rough, cruel. See engo'T,<br />

H&{9T, N&HST-.<br />

- SeN ovnjsot (khan'3u 3en'shot)<br />

adv. Cruelly, roughly, severely.<br />

- 1'ns»ot (ti 3en'shot) v. To harden,<br />

to toughen.<br />

njotott (3en 3esh'top) adv.<br />

Immediately. See&Toir.<br />

NjooDpiT (3en shorp') adv. Early. See<br />

Ofoupir.<br />

n S h t-^ (3enkhet') prep, in, by, with,<br />

at. [pron. of £en].<br />

n3 h t (3en' khet) To the north, from<br />

the north. See S h t .<br />

n3 ovn (3en'jpt<br />

n + o v n o t (3en'ti 3u'nu) adv. Instantly,<br />

at once. See o y n o y .


h (’eksi)<br />

Eksi<br />

1 abb, of the numeral Sixty; ce (sa).<br />

t& nm s. (3eksipi'n£) (Gk.) adv.<br />

Suddenly, immediately. A short<br />

form of ezs.Trms.<br />

^ecTH C (1) (ksestes') (Gk.) m. A<br />

small vessel, cup, pot.<br />

119<br />

^VfcOM<br />

? 6 c th c (2) (ksestes') (Gk.) m.<br />

Roman measure used for fluids<br />

and grains.<br />

tu&.po>ovT (3ek 3esm£'rd 3tit') You<br />

are blessed, (sg. m.). A short form<br />

of k'cu&.pwoY'T. See<br />

cju&pofor'T<br />

to v p (3eksur') m. Ring, loop.<br />

?


0 120 buo2v.o?i&.<br />

0 pO)<br />

o<br />

o abb. of the numeral Seventy; jbfie<br />

(3eshva').<br />

0 (3o) Suffix meaning great or big. See<br />

also


o u o fcoviT H C 121<br />

ouofcoviTHC (’o'molo'gites') (Gk.)<br />

m. Confessor.<br />

ojuoovcioc (’omo ’us'yos) (Gk.) adj.<br />

of one substance, one in essence,<br />

consubstantial.<br />

ouoiovcioc (’omo yus'yos) (Gk.) adj.<br />

of similar substance,<br />

o uc- (’oms) To immerse, to baptize.<br />

[const, of eojucj.<br />

oucy/ ,(’oms) To immerse, to baptize.<br />

[pron. of wjucJ.<br />

o n (’on) adv. Also, again.<br />

- na.fc.iN on (pS'lin ’on) adv. And<br />

again.<br />

oni (’o'ni) Similar, like. [qual. of 'i n i<br />

(2)1oni<br />

(’o'ni) m. Example, look alil^e.<br />

onou&. (’onomS') (Gk.) m. Name,<br />

title.<br />

o n o u&t i (’onom&'ti) In the name.<br />

See onojua.<br />

ontojc (’ontos' or ’ondos') (Gk.)<br />

Really, indeed.<br />

onss (’onsh) Amazed, in a trance,<br />

dazed, [qual. of


OTTT 122 ova&ejuuici<br />

o tit (otp) Loaded, packed, [qual. of<br />

(OTTT].<br />

o r (1) (3u) Idefinite article for sg. Eq.<br />

to "a", "an",<br />

o r (2) (3u) Interrog. pron. What?<br />

who?<br />

- eefieov (3ethva3u') Why?<br />

ova (3u'3S) m. Blasphemy.<br />

- sceova v. To blaspheme.<br />

- peqsceova (ref ja 3u'3S) n. Speaker<br />

of blasphemies.<br />

ovafi (uwab') Pure, holy.<br />

- eeovafi (3ath':,uwab') adj. Holy.<br />

- TTeeovafi (path'3uwab') m. Holy.<br />

- $Heeovafi (fe 3eth'3uwab') m.<br />

Pure, holy, saint.<br />

- ©Heeovafi (the 3eth' 3uwab') f.<br />

Pure, holy, saint.<br />

- NHeeova.fi (ne 3eth' 3uwab') pi.<br />

Pure, holy, saints.<br />

- TTiTTNevua eeovafi (pi 3epnev'<br />

m£ ^ath'^uwab') m. The Holy<br />

Spirit.<br />

ovaeru (30 3cith'ni) f. Hole, cavity, eye<br />

(of a needle).<br />

ovai (3Ciw£y' or 3Qway') m. One. abb.<br />

a. See o n , o v w t .<br />

- e$ovai (3a'3ef 30wliy' or 3a'3ef<br />

3Gway) Every one, every person.<br />

- Keovai (ka' 3uw£y' or ka' 3Gway')<br />

Another one.<br />

- k a o v a i (I& 3iiw£y' or III 3uway')<br />

Unique, sole, singular.<br />

- u e TO va i (met' 30w£y' or met'<br />

3Qway') f. Unity<br />

- TTiovai (pi 30wciy' or pi 3Gway')<br />

Sunday.<br />

- TTiovai m ovai (pi 30way' pi<br />

3(jway') Each one.<br />

ovaju- (3u 3&m') Eater of. [p.c. of<br />

OYWJUt]<br />

o va ttet (3u'wlima'ti) f. Cancer,<br />

gangrene. See also u& juef,<br />

o vju zite f.<br />

ovan (3iiw£n') m. Mound of earth,<br />

dust.<br />

o va c^ (3uw§s') To saw. [pron. of<br />

O Y IC I (1), Btct],<br />

o r a T ^ (3uwSt') adj. Alone, by one's<br />

self.<br />

o v a T e fi- (3ii'3Stab') To move, to<br />

change, [const, of o y w t b B ]<br />

orasu- (3u D&sh') To want, to desire.<br />

[const, of o va ry (1)].<br />

ovajs)^ (3u 3ash') To want, to desire.<br />

[pron. o fo vw it) (1)].<br />

ovae, (1) (3uwah') m. Oasis,<br />

ova?/ (2) (3uwih') v. To follow, to<br />

add, to reside, See oyoz,(2),<br />

oywz,, oveZf- 0Y&&-, oy&z,*<br />

ovez,.<br />

ova& - (3uwSh') To follow, to add,<br />

[const, of o y w z ,, o r oz,(2),<br />

o y &z,(2)].<br />

ovaz,^ (Duwcih') To follow, to add,<br />

[pron. of o y w z,, o yoz,(2),<br />

o y &z,(2)].<br />

ova&fieq (3u'wlihvaf') v. To bark.<br />

See also OY&z,q.<br />

ova& eu- ((3u'waham') To repeat, to<br />

interpret, [const, of ovwz>eii,<br />

0Y0&6JU].<br />

ova& eu- ((3ii'w3ham') Repeater of,<br />

interpreter, [p.c. of OYwz,eu,<br />

oro&eju].<br />

ova& euuici (3u'wliham'mi'si) v. To<br />

be born again. See w e t.


o va .2/ e u u ic i 123 O V C N T<br />

ova.2,eMMici (3u'wSham'mi'si) m.<br />

Rebirth.<br />

ova.E/euc(»NT (3u'w£ham'sont) m.<br />

Regeneration. See co d n t.<br />

ov&.&eu(*>N:5 (3ii'wiliam'3onkh') v.<br />

To be revived,<br />

ova.?/U^ (3u'wShm') To repeat, to<br />

interpret, [pron. of ovdo&ejut,<br />

or'o&eu],<br />

ov&2/Meq (’ iiwcihmaf) m. Interpreter.<br />

ova.2/Mi (3uw£h'mi) f. Upper<br />

room.Story in a building,<br />

apartment. See also B&.&W.<br />

0Vj5k.2/0 (3iiwS'ho) n. House, dwelling.<br />

ot&.&p«)ovso (3iiw£h'r6 3ush') v. To<br />

cast the worries upon. See<br />

pw or& .<br />

ova.e;ca.&Ni (3u'w&h sih'ni) v. To<br />

command, to bid; m. Command.<br />

- peqova.2/ca.^Ni (ref'3uw£h sSh' ni)<br />

n. Commander.<br />

OV&.2/COI (3ii'wah soy') f. Roof. (lit.<br />

Added beams of wood). See cot<br />

(2).<br />

Ova.z/TOT'*' (3ii'wah tot) v. To<br />

repeat, to redo.<br />

ov&.?/q (3uw£hf') v. To bark. See also<br />

OYZ&Beq.<br />

ov&.2,:5ici (Duwah khi'si) v. To trouble<br />

or to tire someone.<br />

ovfia.s» (3uvastV) v. To become white;<br />

m. Shine, whiteness. See or&g),<br />

OYOBjSf, OYO>B{&.<br />

ovfie (3iiva') prep. Against, opposite,<br />

facing. See o yBh <<br />

- po ovfie po (ro 3iiva'ro) Mouth to<br />

mouth (conversation). See po (1).<br />

- tovfie (ti' 3iiva') v. To confront.<br />

See orBe.<br />

orfiH-^ (3uve) prep. Against,<br />

opposite, [pron. of ovBe],<br />

ovAe (3utha') (Gk.) adv. Neither, nor,<br />

and not, not even,<br />

ovei (3u 3ay') v. To be far. See<br />

O YH O Y.<br />

ovei (3u 3ay') Far, at a distance.<br />

- $ovei (3ef' 3ii 3ay') m. State of<br />

being far, divorce, separation.<br />

- u e To v e i (met' 3u 3ay') f. State of<br />

being far, divorce, separation.<br />

- c3i Novel (3es'khi 3en 3u 3ay') m.<br />

Certificate of divorce. See c£i.<br />

- 2/i$ovei (hi 3ef'3u 3ay') From afar,<br />

at a distance. See ovei.<br />

- icsceN &i$ovei (yisjan' hi 3ef'3u<br />

3ay') From afar.<br />

oveiNiN (3u'3anin') n. Greek.<br />

- ueToveiNiN (met 3ii'3anin') f. The<br />

Greek language.<br />

o ve n - (3u 3am') To eat. [const, of<br />

o y c vju],<br />

oveaBpe (3u 3am'3ekhra') f. Big<br />

belly.<br />

o ve u2/©H^ (3ii 3am'3eh the') To<br />

regret, to be sorry. See ovoou<br />

n £,6h S.<br />

o ve u (fi (3ii 3am' chi) v. To suckle.<br />

See S'r (2).<br />

- NHe©oveit(fi (ne 3eth '3u 3am' chi)<br />

pl. Babies who still suckle milk<br />

from their mothers.<br />

oveN (3ii 3an') Part, fraction. See also<br />

ovofN (2), pe.<br />

- oveN qTov (3u 3an'3eftO') One<br />

fourth.<br />

o v c n t (3u 3ent') m. Cave, deep<br />

hollow place.


o v e p ir- 124 O V H O V T<br />

o v e p n - (3u 3erj>') Td^send. [const, of<br />

oraopn, orw pne/f]<br />

o v e p T (3ti 3erp') m. f, Rose.See also<br />

BepT.<br />

ovep jg i (3u 3er'shi) f. Watch, period of<br />

time to stay awake and guard.<br />

o v eceeM - (3Q 3estan') To enlarge, to<br />

broaden, [const, of ovoceen],<br />

oveceam ^ (3u 3estdn') To enlarge,<br />

to broaden, [pron. of oroc&e/i],<br />

o v eceto N (3U 3eston') Broad, large,<br />

wide. [qual. of oroc&en],<br />

o v c t (3u 3at') It is different.<br />

{impersonal verb). See also o y o t.<br />

o v c t - (3u 3at') To separate, to send.<br />

[const, of o r w t (1)].<br />

o v e T e fi- (3u,:,etab') To chaqge, to<br />

move, [const, of orw TeB],<br />

o v c t o v w t (3u 3at' 3u 3ot') Green.<br />

[qual. of o y o t o y o t ],<br />

o re T Z ,- (3Q 3et-h') To pour, to melt.<br />

[const, of o y w t z , (1)].<br />

o re ja- (3ii 3ash') To want, to desire.<br />

[const, of oYoojy (1)].<br />

ovejacu- (3u 3esham') To knead.<br />

[const, of oYotfjoeju],<br />

OYejsen (3u' 3eshan') Without.<br />

Usually prefixed with if.<br />

- NOYejaeN (3en 3ii' 3eshan') prep.<br />

Without.<br />

ovejaovooja (3u'3eshiP6sh) v.To<br />

torture, to strike. See<br />

OYejyoYcvjtore&oro>jt>.<br />

ov'ejaovojja^ (3u'3eshu' 3osh) To<br />

torture, to strike, [pron. of<br />

orej&orwjy].<br />

ovejaovoxsa (3u' 3eshu' 3osh)<br />

Tortured, stricken, [qual. of<br />

ove&ovw&l<br />

ovejac- (3u 3eshs') To widen, to<br />

broaden, [const, of orwn>c]<br />

ovejaci (3u Desh'si) f. Breadth, width,<br />

openness. See also ovHjpci.<br />

o re z,- (3iiwah') To follow, to add, to<br />

reside, to lean on. [const, of<br />

o y w z ,, oroa,(2), orne,(2)].<br />

orez, (3uwah') Followed, added,<br />

placed, stayed, [qual. of orate,,<br />

oroe,(2), ors.e,(2)].<br />

ove& eu- (3iPeham') To repeat, to<br />

interpret, [const, of ortb&eu,<br />

or'oe,eju].<br />

OYC2C- (3u 3ag') To cut. [pron. of<br />

ora/sc],<br />

ovescTT- (3u Degp') To break, to<br />

destroy, [const, of orcvxtt],<br />

o v escpo (3ii 3ag'ro) f. Door post. See<br />

orexpw or.<br />

ovescpooov (3u 3ag'ro 3ii') pi. Door<br />

posts, [pi. of orexpo]<br />

ovescovoojc^ (3u 3ag' 3u 3og') To<br />

chew. [pron. of o ro xo re x,<br />

oroxBex].<br />

OTHfi (uweb-) m. Priest<br />

ueTO VHfi (met 3uweb') f.<br />

Priesthood.<br />

- ©ueTOVHfi (3eth met 3uweb') A<br />

title for bishops, equivalent to "His<br />

grace".<br />

o v h i (3ii 3ey') adv. Indeed, verily.<br />

Always preceded by x e .<br />

- x e o v h i (ja 3ii 3ey') Truly.<br />

ovhm ('3uwen') Opened, [qual. of<br />

or


O VH p 125 OVOI M -<br />

o v h p (3ii 3er') Interrog. pron. How<br />

many?, how much?<br />

- m ovhp (3en'3u 3er') By how much?<br />

- o v h p (kh£'3u 3er') For how<br />

much?<br />

- o v h p (shS'3ii 3er') Until how<br />

much?<br />

- cov o v h p (su'^u Der') What day of<br />

the month?<br />

ovHjyci (3u 3esh'si) f. Breadth, width,<br />

openness. See also ore&ct.<br />

o vi (’ ti'wi) f. One. See ora./.<br />

o vih (3u'ye) pl. Husbandmen,<br />

farmers, [pl. of orw/].<br />

oviNJ.ii (3u'win£m') f. Right hand;<br />

adj. Right, (as opposed to left).<br />

ovici (1) (Duwi'si) v. To saw. See<br />

Btci. orac-s, Bac^.<br />

ovici (2) (3iiwi'si) v. To swell.<br />

o v k o v n (3CikCin') (Gk.) adv. Then,<br />

therefore.<br />

ovfce (3ula') f. Scar of a wound. See<br />

also o r Ah.<br />

o v2vh (3uie') f. Scar of a wound. See<br />

also orAe.<br />

ovuajuet (ni'mcima'ti) f. Cancer,<br />

gangrene. See also orauef,<br />

u auef.<br />

o v u o t (3u'mot) v. To thicken, to<br />

harden, become fat; m.<br />

Thickness. See o r o u t .<br />

ovn (3un) (Gk.) adv. Then, now then,<br />

thereupon, therefore.<br />

o vnov (3u'nu) f. Hour, time. See<br />

o r nw on.<br />

NtovNov (3en'ti 3ii'nii) adv.<br />

Instantly, at once.<br />

- 3eN t 0VN0V (khan' ti 3ii'nii) adv.<br />

Instantly, at once.<br />

- 5ca.ovNov (kS 3u'nu) v. To foretell,<br />

to divine.<br />

- peqx&0VN0Y (ref'kS 3u'nu) n.<br />

Astrologer, diviner.<br />

- ueTpeqx& ovNov (met ref' kS<br />

3ii'nij) f. Divination, foretelling,<br />

interpretation of omens.<br />

ovNoq (3u'nof) v. To rejoice, to be<br />

glad, to live in luxury; m. Joy,<br />

gladness.<br />

- to v N o q (ti 3ii'nof) v. To delight, to<br />

give joy.<br />

ovNoq i tu o ^ (Hi'nof 3em'mo) v. To<br />

rejoice, to be glad.<br />

ovNtDovi (3u'no 3ii'wi) pl. Hours, [pl.<br />

of o r nor].<br />

o vN o o o vt (3u'no 3ii'ti) m. Swaddling<br />

clothes (to wrap the baby). See<br />

also N w o rf.<br />

ovofijy (3u 3obsh') m. White, shiny.<br />

[qual. oforwBp].<br />

oyoAjbi (3ii 3ob'shi) f. White, shiny.<br />

[qual. of orw B& ]<br />

o vo e fi- (3u'3othb') To change, to<br />

move. [pron. of orw TeB].<br />

o v o o n ^ (3u 3othn') To pour. [pron. of<br />

o rw T e n (1)].<br />

o vo i (1) (3ii 3oy') m. Jump, leap.<br />

- to v o i (ti'3ii 3oy') v. To advance, to<br />

leap forward.<br />

- t o v o i (ti'3u 3oy') m. Progress,<br />

advancement.<br />

ovoi (2) (3u 3oy') m. Waterway,<br />

stream of water,<br />

ovoi (3) (3u 3oy’) interj. Woe;<br />

expressing sorrow, grief and<br />

misery.<br />

ovoi w- (3ii 3oy'3en) Woe to.


o v 'o k » 126 O V O T ? ,^<br />

ov'oki (3u 3o"ki) m. A food paste<br />

made from ground sesame seeds.<br />

Egyptian "Tihina".<br />

oxou.// (3u 3om') To eat. [pron. of<br />

OVCVjU],<br />

o v o u t (3ii 3omt') Fat, thick, hard.<br />

[qual. of o y j u o t ].<br />

ovon (1) (3uwon') v. There is.<br />

- Ne ovon (na' 3iiwon') v. There<br />

was.<br />

ovon .. iiu o //r (3uwon'..3em'mo) v.<br />

To have.<br />

ovon nts.-^ (3uwon' 3enti') v. To<br />

have. See o v o n t* ,^<br />

ovon (2) (3iiwon') Someone, some;<br />

something. See also B o n .<br />

ovon niBcn (3iiwon' nivan') Every<br />

one.<br />

- mmon ovon (3em'mon 3tiwon')<br />

There is no one.<br />

- 2/&.novon (h£n' 3iiwon') pi. Some<br />

people.<br />

ovon fexou (3uwon 3esh' gom) v. Is<br />

able to, have power to.<br />

o v o n n o d tc n (3uwonnotan') You<br />

have, (pi.)<br />

o v o n t s .^ (3uwont&') To have. See<br />

o v o n (1), o v o n n t &*.<br />

o v o n t & k (Diiwontak') You have. (sg.<br />

m .)<br />

o v o n t & n (3uwont£n') We have.<br />

o v o n t & c (3uwontis') She has.<br />

ovoNT&q (Diiwont£f) He has.<br />

o v o n t b (3uwonta') You have. (sg. f.)<br />

o v o n t h i (3uwontey') I have.<br />

o v o n t o v (3uwontii') They have.<br />

ovoNe,^ (3Q 3onh') To reveal, to<br />

confess, [const. ofovwN&J.<br />

ovon2/ (3u 3onh') Revealed, obvious,<br />

disclosed, manifest, [qual. of<br />

OVOONZ/].<br />

- neo o v o N ?/ (path'3u 3onh') m.<br />

Something that is obvious and<br />

clear. See nee.<br />

ovoN&q (3u 3onhf') m. Manger.<br />

ovoNScq (3ii 3ongf') f. Jaw.<br />

o v o p n - (3u 3orp') To send, [const, of<br />

ovoopn, orwpneN],<br />

o v o p n ^ (3u 3orp') To send. [pron. of<br />

ovoopn, ovoopneNj.<br />

o v o c e p (3u'3osar') m. Oar. See also<br />

Bocep.<br />

ovococn (3u 3ostan') v. To enlarge, to<br />

broaden; m. Breadth, width, a<br />

broad place, an open place. See<br />

o v e c e e N - o ve co co N *<br />

o ve co w N .<br />

o v o t (3U 3ot') It is different.<br />

(impersonal verb). See also o v e v .<br />

o v o t ^ (3u 3ot') To separate, to send.<br />

[pron. of o vcof (1)].<br />

o v o t e (3u 3ot'3a') More than, better<br />

than. See also o v o t e& OTe.<br />

o v o t e2/0T e (30 3ot'3a'hota') More<br />

than, better than. See also o v o t<br />

e.<br />

o vo Te fi (3u'3etab') Changed, moved.<br />

[qual. of ovdfTeBJ.<br />

o v o tc n (3u 3otan') Poured. [qual. of<br />

0Y00T6N (1)].<br />

o v o tc n (3u 3otan') Perforated, has<br />

holes, [qual. of orootbn (2)].<br />

o v o T o v e T (3u 3ot' 3(i 3at') v. To<br />

become green, to become pale.<br />

See oveTovooT.<br />

o v o t 2»^ (3Q 3ot-h') To pour, to melt.<br />

[pron. of ovooT& (1)].


ov'osyeu 127 OVpOJOV<br />

ov'osueu (3u ’osham ) Kneaded,well<br />

mixed, blended. [qual. of<br />

orw&eju]<br />

ovojau * (’U’oshm') To knead, [pron.<br />

of orwyeju].<br />

ovosDoreje (3u ’osh'H^ash') v. To<br />

strike, to beat up, to smash. See<br />

also B0&B6J&.<br />

o v o jd c (3u ’oshs') Broad, wide, wide<br />

open space, [qual. of o r wye],<br />

ovojoc^ (3u 3oshs') To widen, to<br />

broaden, [pron. of orw&c],<br />

OYOsaq^ (3u 3oshf') To crush, to grind.<br />

[pron. of orwyq],<br />

ovojoq (3u 3oshf') Crushed,<br />

destroyed, [qual. of oroo&c/].<br />

ovoe> (1) (’tiwoh') conj. And.<br />

o r 02/ o n (’uwoh'^on) Moreover, then<br />

again.<br />

0Y 02/ (2) (3uwoh') v. To follow, to add,<br />

to reside. See o r we,,<br />

or&&(2), ores,-, or&z,-,<br />

oraz/S, ore&.<br />

0V02/I (1) (Du Do'hi) m. Fisherman.<br />

- ue To vo & i (1) (met'3u 3o'hi) f.<br />

Profession of fishing,<br />

ovost/i (2) (3u 3o'hi) f. Scorpion. See<br />

also (T2lh.<br />

ovb&eu (3u'3oham') v. To repeat, to<br />

redo, to explain, to interpret. See<br />

orw&eu, orz&eju-, or'o&eu-<br />

ore&eju-, orsz,eu^, or'o&eju.<br />

ovb&eu (’iPoham') Repeated,<br />

interpreted, [qual. of orw&eu,<br />

orb&eu].<br />

ovo& ea- ^iPoham ') To repeat, to<br />

interpret, [const, of orw&eu,<br />

oro&eju].<br />

ovosc (3u 3og') Healthy, whole,<br />

secure, [qual. of orx&t].<br />

ovosc^ (Du 3og ) To cut. [pron. of<br />

orw x].<br />

ovoscBesc (3u ^og' vag') v. To chew.<br />

See o ro x o re x , o r e x o r w x ^ ,<br />

B e x B w x <<br />

ovosci (3u ?o'ji) v. To twist,<br />

ovoscovesc (Dii ^og'^u 3ag') v. To<br />

chew. See o r o x Bex,<br />

o re x o v w x ^ , B e x B w x <<br />

ovosc tt'^’ (3u 3ogp') To break, to<br />

destroy, [pron. of o rw x n j.<br />

ovosc tt (Du ^ogp') Destroyed,<br />

demolished, [qual. of o rw x n j.<br />

ovoi" (3u 3o'ti) m. Grains of barley,<br />

wheat, green vegetables. See<br />

o r w f (2), B o f (1), Bwf.<br />

ovp&nion (3ur&'niyon') adj. Heavenly<br />

0vpa.N0c (’ iirS'nos) (Gk.) m. Heaven,<br />

ovp& t (3ura'ti) pl. Watchmen,<br />

guards, [pl. of orptv].<br />

o v p jT (Du'rit) m. Watchman, guard.<br />

See orp&f.<br />

ovpo (3u'ro) m. King; adj. Royal,<br />

regal. See orpw (1), orpwor.<br />

- ue To vp o (met 3ii'ro) f. Kingdom.<br />

- epovpo (3er 3u'ro) v. To become<br />

ruler, to reign.<br />

- TTOVpO NTS t&iPHNH (3ep 3U'rO<br />

3enta' ti hirene') O king of peace.<br />

ovpi» (1) (Jiir6') f. Queen. See<br />

orpo.<br />

ovpo> (2) (3ur6') m. Serpent<br />

ovpoo (3) (3uro') m. Beans<br />

- $icovpo> (fisiiro') Cooked beans.<br />

Egyptian 1Bisara'.<br />

ovpwov (3u'ro 3u') pl. Kings, [pl. of<br />

orpo].


OYC&filN 128 ovam<br />

ovc&Bin (3iis&'vin) m. Parsley,<br />

ovcia. (3iisi'y£) (Gk.) f. Substance,<br />

essence<br />

O rc ip i (3tisi'ri) Osiris; one of the<br />

gods of ancient Egypt.<br />

ovt3w& (3ii't£h) m. Fruit, progeny,<br />

benefit.<br />

&,T0T T a .2/ (3§t Du't^h) adj.<br />

Unfruitful, useless.<br />

- epovTS.2/ (3er 3ii't£h) v. To be<br />

fruitful, to give fruit.<br />

- lo v T a .2, (ti 3ii'tSh) v. To give fruit.<br />

peqiovT& z, (ref'ti 3ii't§h) n.<br />

Fruitful.<br />

o v r e (1) (3iita') prep. Between,<br />

among. See also o y t o ><br />

o v t c (2) (3iita') (Gk.) adv. Neither,<br />

nor, not even.<br />

o y to )^ (3uto) prep. Between,<br />

among, [pron. of o w e (2)].<br />

ova.3£i (3iifcTji) m. Liver,<br />

o v x i (3u'ki) (Gk.) adv. Not, not so, by<br />

no means,<br />

ova) (1) (3ii'3o) v. To cease, to stop,<br />

to quit, to finish. See o y h o y t .<br />

- a.TOT«> (sSt 3ii'3o) adj. Unceasing,<br />

unending.<br />

- « e T a .T o v « ) (met' 3§t 3ii'36) f.<br />

Infinity.<br />

- 3cm o v u e T iT o v d ) (khan'3ii<br />

met'3St 3ii'36) adv. Continuously.<br />

- scinoyw (3it 3ii'3o) n. Completion,<br />

ending.<br />

- ’fovd) (ti 3ii'3o) v. To finish, to end,<br />

to loosen.<br />

&Ttov (3at'ti 3ii'3o) adj.<br />

Permanent, unending,<br />

ovd) (2) (3u'3o) m. News, report.<br />

- epovd) (3er 3ii'3o) v. To reply, to<br />

answer. See o rw (2).<br />

ovtt) (3) (3ii'36) m. Seed, sprout.<br />

- ■fovd) (ti 3u'3o) v. To sprout. See<br />

OY(i> (3).<br />

ov(b (4) (3ii'3o) f. Debt,<br />

ovoofijy (Hi 3obsh') m. Whiteness,<br />

shine; adj. White. See o yB&&,<br />

OYOB&, OYOB&/.<br />

- epovoofijB (3er'3ii 3obsh') v. To<br />

become white.<br />

ovooi (30 3oy') n. farmer<br />

ovooi N kkoki (3u 3oy' 3en 3i'loli) m.<br />

vinedresser. See AKoXt.<br />

- epovoH (3er'3G 3oy') v. to farm. See<br />

OYWf.<br />

- mctovum (met'3u 3oy') f. Farming.<br />

See ovoot.<br />

- ic$ovu>i (yaf'3u 3oy') f. The<br />

profession of farming.<br />

ovomni (1) (3ii 3oy'ni) m. Light,<br />

brilliance, dawn; adj. Bright,<br />

luminous.<br />

- pcqovttMNi (ref 3u 3oy'ni) n.<br />

Luminary.<br />

- epovoo/Nj (3er'3ii 3oy'ni) v. To<br />

illuminate, to radiate.<br />

- peqepovtaiNi (ref 3er'3u 3oy'ni) n.<br />

One who gives light.<br />

- fovtoiNi (ti'3ii 3oy'ni) v. To give<br />

light.<br />

- ff'iovooiMi (chi 3ii 3oy'ni) v. To be<br />

enlightened, to gain insight on a<br />

subject. See 6Tt (1).<br />

- eqovujim (3af'3ii 3oy'ni) Luminous.<br />

ovtt>iNi (2) (3ii 3oy'ni) n. Harp,<br />

ovom (3ii 3om') v. To eat; m. Food.<br />

See o Y e u - o yw ju-, oyoju*<br />

0Y&1U-.


ovom- 129 OYOBT6N<br />

- a.eovom (3erth'3u D6m') adj. Not<br />

eating, fasting.<br />

- ueT& oovam (met'3£th'3u 3om') f.<br />

Fasting.<br />

- u&.nov(»u (mSn'^ii 3om') m. Dining<br />

room, restaurant.<br />

- peqovom (ref'3ii 3om') n. One who<br />

eats a lot, glutton.<br />

- aciNovom (jin'3u 3om') m. Cuisine,<br />

edibles.<br />

o vo m - (3ii 3om') To eat. [const, of<br />

OYWJU]<br />

ovoau (3u 3om'3en 3eh the')<br />

v. To regret. See (1).<br />

ovom 2» h t (3u 3om'het') v. To<br />

regret; m. Regret, sorrow. See<br />

&H'T(1).<br />

ovn (2) (3uwon') m. Part, fraction.<br />

See also o r bn, pe.<br />

oyodnjb (3ii 3onsh') m. Wolf.<br />

ov«)M2/ (3u 3onh') v. To reveal, to<br />

disclose, to declare, to confess, to<br />

give thanks; m. Revealing,<br />

confessing. See o ro m ,^<br />

ovonz,.<br />

ovo>N2/ efiofc (30 3onh' 3a'vol) v. To<br />

reveal, to disclose, to declare, to<br />

confess, to give thanks; m.<br />

Revealing, confessing, declaring.<br />

- &eovoM& (3Sth'3Q 3onh') adj.<br />

Hidden, not apparent.<br />

xiNOV(t>N& (jin'30 3onh') m.<br />

Revealing, declaring.<br />

- 5eN o vovow z, efiofc (khan' 3Q<br />

3onh' 3a'vol) adv. Openly, publicly,<br />

plainly, clearly, boldly.<br />

ovojpn (3U 3orp') v. To send. See<br />

o rtu p e n , o v o p n -, o v e p n -,<br />

o r op it <<br />

- peuNOVttjpTt (rem 3en 3Q 3orp') n.<br />

Messenger, one who is sent.<br />

- peqorw piT (ref' 3U 3orp') n. Sender<br />

of a messenger.<br />

- scmovoopTT (jin' 3u 3orp') m.<br />

Sending.<br />

ovoopeTT (3Q 3or'pen) v. To send. See<br />

oroopn, o r o p n - o r e p n -<br />

o r o p n <<br />

o v o d t (1) (3u 3ot') adj. One, single.<br />

- OYNOY't n o y g d t (3un(j'ti 3en 30<br />

3ot') One God.<br />

- ovcott n o y g d t (3usop' 3en 3Q 3ot')<br />

One time.<br />

- 2/HT noyoot (het'3en 3u 3ot') m.<br />

One mind, one heart. See & h t<br />

(1).<br />

- JU6T 2/HT noyoot (met het' 3en 3u<br />

3ot') f. Unity of mind and heart.<br />

o vgdt (2) (3Q 3ot') adj. Green, fresh,<br />

raw, soft, pampered.<br />

ovduTefi (3u 3o'tab) v. To change, to<br />

move, to depart, to exchange, m.<br />

Change, departure, transfer,<br />

captivity. See o r e T e B -,<br />

o r k T e B -, o r o e B o r 'o v e B - , .<br />

- 2£iNovd)Tefi efiofc (jin 3u' 3o'tab<br />

3a'vol) m. Migration, captivity.<br />

OYCWT6N (1) (3ii 3o'tan) v. To pour, to<br />

offer a sacrifice. See o t o o n<br />

o r o T e N .<br />

OYOOT6N (2) (3u 3o'tan) v. To make a<br />

hole, to perforate. See o ro 're N .


o v o o t c 130 o v o o t<br />

ovootc (3u 3ots') m. Battle, war. See<br />

also B o o t c .<br />

ovottz, (1) (3U 3ot-h') v. Tp pour, to<br />

filter, to refine, to melt, to mold. m.<br />

Molten thing; adj. Molten, graven<br />

image. See o y c t z ,-, o v o o t z *<br />

o t o t z ,* .<br />

- u&ci noyodts/ (m&'si 3en 3U 3ot-<br />

h') m. Molded calf.<br />

- uawNOTtOT?/ (mS'3en 3(j 3ot-h') m.<br />

Melting crucible.<br />

ovT2/^ (3u 3ot-h') To pour, to melt.<br />

[pron. of ovooTg, (1)].<br />

o vw tZ j (2) (3G 3ot-h') v. To weave, to<br />

sew, to tie. See also w t z , (2).<br />

OYODja (1) (3u 3osh') v. To want, to<br />

desire; m. Will, desire. See ora.#-,<br />

ore&-, oreojt)-,<br />

- oi Movoojy (3oy'3en 3u 3osh') To be<br />

desirable.<br />

ovodjs- (3u 3osh') To want, to desire.<br />

[const, of oroop (1)].<br />

ov$eu (m£'3en 3u 3o' sham)<br />

m. Kneading bowl.<br />

- 3£iM0va)sseu (jin' 3u 3o'sham) m.<br />

Kneading.<br />

ovoojac (3u 3oshs').v. To widen, to<br />

broaden, to enlarge, to make<br />

room, to become wide, to become<br />

broad; m. Breadth, width. See<br />

O Y e & C - OYOjffC* OYOjpC,<br />

OY6&C/, OYHjSCI.<br />

ova>s0T (3u 3osht') v. To kneel down,<br />

to worship.<br />

- pcqovasjaT (ref' 3u 3osht') n.<br />

Worshipper.<br />

- 2cinovo>s»t (jin'3ii 3osht) n.<br />

Worshipping, kneeling down.<br />

S»ovova>ssrT umo^ (shu'3u<br />

3osht'3em'mo) Worthy to be<br />

worshipped,<br />

ovoojoq (3ii 3oshf') v. To crush, to<br />

grind, to destroy. See OYo&q*,<br />

OYO&q.<br />

ovoojosc (3u 3oshg') v. To smear, to<br />

anoint, to cover with a layer of<br />

metal, to give a coat of paint. See<br />

also ooysc.<br />

ortoz, (3iiwoh') v. To follow, to add, to<br />

reside, to lean on, to add a roof; m.<br />

Residence. See o y o &(2),<br />

OY&&(2), OYCS/-, OY&&-, O Y& & *<br />

0Y6Z/.<br />

ovw&cju (3ii 3o'ham) v. To repeat, to<br />

redo, to explain, to interpret; m.<br />

Answer, reply, interpretation,<br />

objection. See oyo&cju,<br />

OY&&CM-, oY'o& eit- o Y e & e u -,<br />

OY&&JU* OYO&CjU.<br />

- N0V0D2/CU (3en 3ii 3o'ham) adv.<br />

Again, once more. See also<br />

NKeCOTT.<br />

ovaasc (3u 3og') v. To cut. See o r e x-,<br />

O YO X*.<br />

OYtoacTT (3u 3ogp') v. To break, to<br />

destroy; m. Destruction,<br />

breakdown. See o y c x t t -<br />

OYOXTT*, OYOXTT.<br />

O T (»t (1) (30 3o'ti) v. To send, to<br />

separate, to segregate, to isolate.<br />

See o y c t - , o y o t * ,


ovoot eflofc. 131<br />

ovoo't efiofc. (3G 3o'ti 3a'vol) m.<br />

Segregation, separation, isolation.<br />

ovuai (2) (3Q 3o'ti) m. Grains of<br />

barley, wheat, green vegetables.<br />

See o vo i, B o f (1), Boot.<br />

ovyaa.Tr (3uship') m. Loan, debt.<br />

- teTTovjo&TT (ti 3a'3ep 3uship') v. To<br />

loan, to give a loan.<br />

-


oxefi 132 oi<br />

bacefi (3ojab') Frozen, cold. [qual. of<br />

w xe S a n d wxeq],<br />

osci (3o'ji) n. Unjust person; f.<br />

Injustice, adj. Unjust, oppressor.<br />

- ueTosci (met 3o'ji) f. Injustice,<br />

inequity, unfairness. See ox/.<br />

ox.Z/* (3og-h) To strangle, to choke.<br />

[pron. of (vx&j.<br />

o t (3o'ti) f. Womb, uterus.


IT 133 TT&p&OHKH<br />

H i (Pi)<br />

Pi<br />

tt abb. of the numeral Eighty; 3s.ttNe<br />

(khim'na).<br />

tt (Dep) The definite article for sg. m.<br />

See also m.<br />

its.- (pa) My. poss. adj., 1st person<br />

sg., possessed noun sg. m.<br />

ns.eoc (pi'thos) (Gk.) m. Suffering,<br />

passion, pain.<br />

- s.tts.ohc (i'pithes') Without pain.<br />

tts.1- (pay) This, demonst. adj. sg. m.<br />

- TTwpH'f (piy re'ti) This way, this<br />

manner. See pH f.<br />

ttmoot (pa-yot') My father.<br />

TT&k&TioN (pili'tyon) (Lat.) m.<br />

Palace. See also n s X X s T / 0N.<br />

TT&keaw (pSla'^) (Gk.) adj. f. Old,<br />

ancient.<br />

TTS.2v.eoc (pilcPos) (Gk.) adj. m. Old,<br />

ancient.<br />

TTS.2k.iN (pi'iin) (Gk.) adv. Again, once<br />

more.<br />

K e tts.2v.in (ka' pi'lin) (Gk.) adv. And<br />

again.<br />

tts.2v.in on (pi'lin 3on) Adv. And<br />

again.<br />

tts.2v.2v.s,k h (p&lli'ki) (Gk.) f.<br />

Concubine.<br />

it s .2v.2v.&t i o n (pilli'tyon) (Lat.) m.<br />

Palace. See also ns.2iS.vtoN.<br />

tts.n&vis. (p&n 3£gi'y£) (Gk.) f. All<br />

holy.<br />

ns.N&yioc (pin 5ig'yos) (Gk.) m. All<br />

holy.<br />

TTS.NOHP (pinther') (Gk.) m. Panther,<br />

leopard.<br />

TT&Novps-is. (pSniirgi'yi) (Gk.) f.<br />

Deceit, trickery, craftiness.<br />

n&Novpvoc (pinur'ghos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Deceitful, cunning, tricky.<br />

TTS.NOY+ (p i nu'ti) My God.<br />

TTS.NTOKp&Ta>p (pan'tokrS'tor or<br />

pein'dokri'tor) (Gk.) m. Almighty.<br />

See KpsToc.<br />

tts .n t«> c (pantos' or pandos') (Gk.)<br />

adv. Absolutely, definitely.<br />

II& b TTi (p i 3o'pi) Paopi or Babeh, the<br />

second month of the Egyptian<br />

(<strong>Coptic</strong>) year. See also Ils w m .<br />

TTS.TTS. (p i'p i) Pope. (lit. father).<br />

TTS.PS. (p i'ri) (Gk.) adv. Against,<br />

beside, near, alongside.<br />

ns.ps.fis.cic (p i'rivisis') (Gk.) f.<br />

Disobedience, transgression.<br />

- epiTS.p&fieNiN (3erpiri'venin') v.<br />

To transgress, to overstep.<br />

n ip s.fis.TH C (pirivites') (Gk.) m.<br />

Transgressor, law-breaker.<br />

n&ps.fio2vH (pirivole') (Gk.) f.<br />

Parable, proverb.<br />

tt&p sA ic o c (pirithi'sos) (Per.)<br />

Paradise, (mean. Wooded park,<br />

garden)<br />

tts.p &&.o^ o n (pirithok'son) (Gk.)<br />

Incredible, unexpected, wonderful.<br />

TTS,psAocic (piritho'sis) (Gk.) f.<br />

Tradition handed down from age to<br />

age.<br />

ns.p&eHKH (piritheke') (Gk.) f.<br />

Deposit, trust.


TTS.pawKfc.HCIC 134 Tra.(f oic<br />

Trawps.Kfc.HCic (parikle'sis) (Gk.)<br />

Consolation, comfort.<br />

TTawps.Kfc.HTOc (pirikle'tos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Comforter, advocate, consoler. Eq.<br />

to p e q fN o u f.<br />

tts.ps.monh (pirim one') (Gk.) f. The<br />

day preceding Christmas or<br />

Epiphany. Egyptian 'Baramon'.<br />

nawpawNOUOC (pi'rino'mos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Transgressor of the law. See<br />

NOJUOC.<br />

- epTTspawNouiN (3erpiri'nomin') v.<br />

To violate the law.<br />

TTawpawTTTttmaw (par3pto'm§) (Gk.) m.<br />

Transgression, false step, fall,<br />

trespass.<br />

nawpawCKevH (piriska've) (Gk.) f.<br />

Friday, the day of preparation. Eq.<br />

to it woo v.<br />

TrawpeuEofcH (piremvole') (Gk.) f.<br />

Barracks, army camp.<br />

TiawpeeNiaw (pir'theni'yi) (Gk.) f.<br />

Virginity. Eq. to jueTpwovMt.<br />

TT3wpeeN0c (partha'nos) (Gk.) f.<br />

Virgin, celibate. Eq. to pooovm.<br />

TT&potuiaw (pirim 'yi) f., pl. (Gk.)<br />

Proverb or proverbs.<br />

- Hms.poiuis. (ni pirim'yi) The<br />

book of Proverbs<br />

Traipovciaw (pirusi'yi) (Gk.) f.<br />

Coming, Advent,<br />

nawpovx (pirukh') The Book of<br />

Baruch; one of the books of the<br />

Apocrypha.<br />

irawppHciaw (pir'resi'yi) (Gk.) f.<br />

Boldness of speech, openness,<br />

frankness, confidence, courage.<br />

Eq. to o y w n Zi e&oX.<br />

5eN ovtts.pphcis. (khan 3u<br />

pir'resi'yi) adv. Openly, publicly,<br />

plainly. Eq. to £en orovcum,<br />

e£oA.<br />

ttscxs. (pis'khi) (Aram., Heb.)<br />

Passover. This word signifies the<br />

Passover feast. It also signifies the<br />

paschal Supper, the Paschal Lamb<br />

and also Christ Himself.<br />

tt&ccothp (p i soter') My Savior.<br />

TT8wTawfca.c (p itilis ') adj. Shabby,<br />

bad.<br />

nawTHp (pater') (Lat.) m. Father. See<br />

also IT&Tp/, ITSTpOC.<br />

TT».Tpi (pit'ri) (Lat.) m. Father. See<br />

alSO ITS. 'THp, ITSTpOC.<br />

tts.t p i s .p x h c (pit'ri 3irshes') (Lat./<br />

Gk.) m. Patriarch.<br />

nawTpic (pit'ris) (Gk.) f. Homeland.<br />

TrawTpoc (pat'ros) m. Father. See also<br />

TTS'THp.<br />

na.Tsaefc.eT (pit'shelat') m.<br />

Bridegroom. See j&e&eT.<br />

IlawVfce (piv'la) (Lat.) Paul. (mean.<br />

Small, little).<br />

ns.$us.N (p i'3efmin') m. A person,<br />

any male person. Egyptian 'Folan".<br />

See JUS.N. See also t sbusti.<br />

TTSXNH (pikhne') (Gk.) f. Frost, ice.<br />

IIawtt)Ni (pi 3o'ni) Paoni or Ba'unah,<br />

the tenth month of the Egyptian<br />

(<strong>Coptic</strong>) year.<br />

n& dm i (p i 36'pi) Paopi or Babeh, the<br />

second month of the Egyptian<br />

(<strong>Coptic</strong>) year. See also J I s 'otti.<br />

IlawjaoNC (pishons') Pashons or<br />

Bashons; the ninth month of the<br />

Egyptian (<strong>Coptic</strong>) year.<br />

Traps' oic (p i choys') My Lord.


ne- 135 IleTpoc<br />

n e - (pa) Your. poss. adj., 2nd person<br />

sg.f., possessed noun sg. m.<br />

ne (pa) A copula in simple nominal<br />

sentences, for sg. m. See v e , ne.<br />

ne&HC (pathes') (Gk.) m. Chains,<br />

shackles.<br />

ne©- (path) That, which, who. sg. m.<br />

Used with words starting with B, p,<br />

n, A, o or ju. See also ire T -.<br />

ne©N*Neq (path'nSnaf') n. That<br />

which is good. See mine.<br />

- epne©N&Neq (3erpath'n£naf) v.<br />

To do good.<br />

ne© ovoM2» (path' iionh') Things that<br />

are obvious or clear. See oro/m,.<br />

n e ie fiT (payevt') East. See e/efit ,<br />

teB'T, ju&h&gLi.<br />

n e K - (pak) Your. poss. adj., 2nd<br />

person sg.m., possessed noun sg.<br />

m.<br />

nek& voc (peli'ghos) (Gk.) m. The<br />

deep open sea.<br />

nekua. (pel'mi) (Gk.) m. The sole of<br />

the foot.<br />

n e u e N T (pement') West. See<br />

e ju e n T, ju & h & a rrn ,<br />

n e u 2/iT (pemhit') North. See<br />

e ju & rr.<br />

c& neii2,iT (s i' pemhit')<br />

Northward,<br />

neri- (pan) Our. poss. adj., 1st person<br />

pi, possessed noun sg. m.<br />

n e m a jT (pan'-yot) Our father.<br />

neN TH K ocTH (pen'tekos'te) (Gk.) f.<br />

Pentecost, the feast of weeks.<br />

n e p i 5CP0 C (perikho'ros) Gk.) f.<br />

Surrounding region,<br />

nepuov (permii') n. Insane, epileptic.<br />

- oi iinepuov (^oy^em permu') v.<br />

To be suffering from an epileptic<br />

attack, or an insanity attack.<br />

llepcHC (perses') m. Persia, Iran,<br />

n e c - (pas) Her. poss. adj., 3rd person<br />

sg.f., possessed noun sg. m.<br />

n e c H T (peset') Down, under. See<br />

also ecHT.<br />

- enecHT (3a'peset') Downward.<br />

- c& necH T (s£'peset') Down, below,<br />

under.<br />

2/inecHT (hi'peset') Under,<br />

beneath.<br />

neT- (pat) That, which, who. sg. m.<br />

Used with words starting with<br />

letters other than B, p, n, A, o or<br />

ju. See also nee-.<br />

- n c T 2/Hn (pat-hep') That which is<br />

hidden.<br />

neT& kioN (petii'yon) (Gk.) Rose<br />

petals, rose petals forming a<br />

crown.<br />

n e Te N - (petan') Your. poss. adj., 2nd<br />

person pi. possessed noun sg. m.<br />

neTe&N&K (pa'tehnik') Your will.<br />

See ez/Me.<br />

n e Te n H n (pa'tepep') Hoopoe, a<br />

small bird with erectile crest. See<br />

n e ve n H T, k o y k o y


TTCTpODiSl 136 TTfc&NH<br />

- S Ile Tp o c (pet'ros 3u'wi) The<br />

First Epistle of Peter<br />

- 6 Ile Tp o c (pet'ros 3esnu'ti) The<br />

Second Epistle of Peter<br />

iTeTpo>j5i (pet ro'khi) m. Launderer.<br />

one who washes and cleans<br />

things. See pa>£t<br />

n e T 2/HTT (pat-hep') That which is<br />

hidden. See z,htt.<br />

neT&oDov (pat'ho 3u') That which is<br />

evil. See z>(vov (1).<br />

- e p n e T2/«)ov (3er pat'ho3u') v. To<br />

do evil.<br />

- c&.mreT2/U>0Y (Sim pat'ho3ii') n.<br />

Evil doer, sinner.<br />

neTjyov& ov (pat- shu'3o3u') m. Dry<br />

land, as opposed to the sea. See<br />

ftto rw o r<br />

TTeTxoopsc (pet gorg') m. Hunter.<br />

See xoupx (1).<br />

nevKiNow (pav'kinon') m. Almonds,<br />

jae mttcvkinodn (sha' 3em<br />

pav'kinon') m. Almond wood. See<br />

i&e (2).<br />

neq- (paf) His. poss. adj., 3rd person<br />

sg.m., possessed noun sg. m.<br />

Tteqp&cf (pef ris'ti) The next day.<br />

See p a c t.<br />

Tie&oov juumci (3ep 3a'ho 3ii'<br />

3emmi'si) m. Birthday, the day of<br />

birth. See e&oov.<br />

neaca,-^ (pagi') Said, stated, [pron. of<br />

rrexe]<br />

rcesce(pa'je) i/. Said, stated.<br />

tthvh (pe'ge) (Gk.) f. Fountain,<br />

spring.<br />

TIHP&. (pe'ri) (Gk.) f. A leather bag for<br />

provisions<br />

tthpi (pe'ri) m. Quail<br />

m The definite article for sg. m. See<br />

also $>, TT.<br />

th & v io c (pi 3£g'yos) (Copt-Gk.) m.<br />

<strong>Saint</strong>. See a.rioc. Eq. to<br />

(pHe&or&B.<br />

Ilikpiojuoc (pi 3irith'mos) The Book<br />

of Numbers.<br />

TTieT$epK (pi 3et ferk') m. One with<br />

a split upper lip, or with deformed<br />

teeth. See oPep/c.<br />

niueNoc (pima'nos) m. Shepherd,<br />

herdsman. See also nomenoc.<br />

ttiju hn (pimen') (GK.) m. shepherd.<br />

See also tto iu h n .<br />

tvin& ? (piniks') (Gk.) m. Plate,<br />

platter, dish.<br />

mpa.cjuoc (pirSz'moc) (Gk.) m. Trial,<br />

temptation.<br />

- epTTip&ziN (3erpi'razin') v. To<br />

tempt, to put to the test.<br />

TTiceNf (pisen'ti) The foundation.<br />

t t ic t s -v (pistSv')The numeral ninety,<br />

abb.q.<br />

nicTevoueN (pistav' 3o'men) (Gk.)<br />

We believe. Eq. to 'retiN&.z, f.<br />

i t i c t h (piste') (Gk.) adj. f. Faithful,<br />

believer. Eq.to peqnx.z,t.<br />

t t i c t i c (pis'tis) (Gk.) f. Faith, trust.<br />

Eq. to<br />

tiicto c (pis'tos) (Gk.) adj. m.<br />

Faithful, believer. Eq. to<br />

peq/fsa, f.<br />

llixtt) N T e Waco) (pigo'3enta'<br />

nigo') The Book of The Song of<br />

Solomon<br />

I I i x p i c t o c (pi 3ekhris'tos) Christ.<br />

abb. Iljcc.<br />

Trfc&NH (3eplSne') (Gk.) f. Fraud,<br />

deception, delusion.


Trk& M oc 137 TTpofikH tt&<br />

Trk».NOc (Depl§'nos) m. Deceiver,<br />

imposter.<br />

- epTTka.NiN(:ier 3ep'l£nin') v. To<br />

wander from the path of virtue, to<br />

go astray.<br />

TTka.? (3epliks') (Gk.) f. Tablet.<br />

- NiTTka.^ noomi (ni JeplSks'3en<br />

3d'ni) The stone tablets.<br />

TTka.cju». (plciz'rrici) (Gk.) m. A thing<br />

formed or created.<br />

- epiTka.ziN (3er ^ep'leizin') v. To<br />

create, to form.<br />

TTX&TI&. (pliti'ya) f. Street.<br />

tt2\.hvh (plege') (Gk.) f. Blow, wound,<br />

plague. Eq. to epSov.<br />

frkHN (3eplen') (Gk.) conj. But,<br />

however, neverthless.<br />

TTkHpHc (Depleres') (Gk.) adj. full,<br />

complete<br />

TTNevua. ^epnev'ma) (Gk.) m. Spirit,<br />

breath. Eq. to rnqi.<br />

- TTiTTNevua. eooT&.fi (pi 3epnev'<br />

m3 3eth 3uwab') m. The Holy Spirit<br />

TTNevju&TiKON (3epnev'mati'kon)<br />

adj. Spiritual<br />

nNevu&.To$opoc (3epnev'm£to<br />

fo'ros) Spirit-bearing.<br />

TTomeNoc (pima'nos) m. Shepherd,<br />

herdsman. See also ir/jue/foc.<br />

ttoiuhn (pimen') m. shepherd. See<br />

also JTtJUHH.<br />

TTOkeuoc (pola'mos) (Gk.) m. War,<br />

fight, battle.<br />

TTOkHTis, (poleti'ya) (Gk.) f. Way of<br />

life, behavior.<br />

iroMc (po'lis) (Gk.) f. City. Eq. to<br />

BS.K/<br />

TTONHpia. (poner'ya) (Gk.) f. Evil<br />

disposition of mind, Wickedness.<br />

noN H poc (poner'os) (Gk.) Evil,<br />

wicked, bad, unsound.<br />

nopNH (pome') (Gk.) Adulteress,<br />

prostitute, harlot.<br />

TTopNia. (porn'ya) (Gk.) f. Adultery,<br />

Prostitution fornication.<br />

- e p n o p N e v iN (3er por'nevin') v. To<br />

commit adultery.<br />

nopNoc (por'nos) (Gk.) m. Adulterer,<br />

Fornicator,<br />

nop^vpa, (porfi'rS) f. Robe of purple,<br />

a purple garment.<br />

TTOTHpiON (poter'yon) (Gk.) m. Cup,<br />

drinking vessel. Eq. to kcpoT.<br />

tto t- (pti) Their, poss. adj., 3rd person<br />

pi., possessed noun sg. m.<br />

ttovn (pun) m. Coffee, Brown color.<br />

tvovni (pu'ni) f. Anus.<br />

trpa.?ic (3epr§k'sis) (Gk.) f. Acts,<br />

deeds, behavior, actions.<br />

- Wittp».^ ic (ni ^eprSk'sis) The<br />

Book of Acts<br />

TTpeni (Depra'pi) (Gk.) v. To be fitting,<br />

proper<br />

- epTTpeni (3er 3epra'pi) To be<br />

proper, suitable, fitting.<br />

npecfiia. (^epresviyS) (Gk.) f.<br />

Seniority, intercession,<br />

ambassadorship.<br />

- e p n p e c fie v iN (3e r 3e p re s ' vavin')<br />

v. To intercede.<br />

n p e c f iv T e p o c (3epres'vita'ros) (Gk.)<br />

m. Elder, priest, presbyter.<br />

TrpeToapioN (pretor'yon) (Lat.) m.<br />

Palace of the ruler or king,<br />

npmoc (pri'nos) f. Oak tree.<br />

TrpofikH ua. (proble'mi) (Gk.) m.<br />

Problem.


TipO^.O'THC 138<br />

TTpoa.oTHC (prothotes') (Gk.) m.<br />

Traitor, betrayer.<br />

trpoXpoMoc (3eprothro'mos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Forerunner, one who advances to<br />

prepare the way.<br />

TTpooecic (3epro'thesis') (Gk.) f.<br />

Offering.<br />

- ttodik N tTTpoeecic (3ep 3oyk'<br />

3enti' 3epro'thesis') m. The<br />

showbread of the Old Testament.<br />

npoKOTTH (pro'kope') (Gk.) f.<br />

Advancement, success.<br />

- epnpoKOTTTiN (3er 3ep3rokop' 3tin)<br />

v. To advance, to prosper.<br />

npoNia. (pron'yi) (Gk.) f. Care,<br />

attention, providence.<br />

TipocevxH (Depros Devke') f. Prayer.<br />

SeeevxH .<br />

- e p n p o c e v x e c e e (3er 3epros'<br />

3evkes'te) v. To pray. Eq. to<br />

!92lh2l, vooBz,<br />

TTpocHfcTTOc (prose'litos) (Gk.) New<br />

comer, stranger, proselyte.<br />

TIPOCKYNHCIC (proskine'sis) (Gk.) f.<br />

Worship, adoration,<br />

xrpoc (pros) (Gk.) conj. In respect to,<br />

according to, in comparison with,<br />

concerning.<br />

Ttpoc OTKOTSci (3ep'ros 3u ku'ji)<br />

adv. For a little,<br />

npocovua. (prosu'mi) (Gk.-Copt.)<br />

Local, regional, from this place.<br />

See jus..<br />

u p o c o v c h o v (prosu'seyii') (Gk.-<br />

Copt.) adv. Temporal. See c h o v .<br />

TrpocT&THC (pros'tites') (Gk.)<br />

Advocate, protector, intercessor,<br />

npoc^epm (prosperin') (Gk.) To<br />

offer, to set before one. to present,<br />

Trpoc^opa. (prosfo'ri) (Gk.) f.<br />

Offering<br />

- epftpoc4>epm (3e r3epros' ferin') v.<br />

To offer.<br />

upocttmoN (proso'pon) (Gk.) m.<br />

Person, figure, appearance, face.<br />

ttpotouh (protome') (Gk.) f. The<br />

upper part of anything.<br />

npoeJJHTHe (profetes') m. Prophet.<br />

njfevA.OTTpo$HTHC (psev'do<br />

profetes') m. False prophet.<br />

irpoHTi&. (profeti'yi) (Gk.) f. Gift of<br />

prophecy.<br />

- epTTpo^HTeviN (3er 3eprofe'te<br />

vin') v. To prophesy.<br />

npo$HTiicoN (profe'tikon') adj.<br />

Prophetical.<br />

TTpTO- (proto) (Gk.) First. Eq. to<br />

m p ir.<br />

rrcofccefc. (3ep'solsal) m. The<br />

adornment. See co&ce2i.<br />

TTTa.2,0 eps,Tq (3ep ti'ho 3er£tf') m.<br />

Establishment, erection, standing<br />

up. See t s & o b p s<br />

nvfcH (pile') (Gk.) f. Gate, door<br />

n vpvo c (pir'ghos) (Gk.) m. tower.<br />

Eq. to ju6&'t w &.<br />

noac (pos) (Gk.) How, in what way.<br />

TTSjxwi (3epshoy') High, elevated.<br />

- enssfloi (3a' 3epsho'y) Upward,<br />

skyward, towards heaven.<br />

- uttsb


p 139 P&N&<br />

M<br />

Po (ro)<br />

Ro<br />

p abb. of the numeral 100;


pa.Na.'5*' 140<br />

paLMS.^ (rin i') v. To please, to<br />

satisfy, to delight, to gladden.<br />

[pron. of PS.MS.].<br />

- ju$ p h + jutTTeep&N&K (3em 3ef re'ti<br />

3em peth'rinik') As you like.<br />

paNaq (rin if') m. Satisfaction,<br />

pleasure.<br />

paNe- (rina') To please, to satisfy, to<br />

delight, to gladden, [const, of<br />

P3.N3.],<br />

paovH (ri 3uwe') f. Neighborhood,<br />

group of people, street. See also<br />

P&Bh .<br />

P & oyhovt (ri 3u'3eyiit') Present,<br />

under the control of, subject to.<br />

[qual of p30 rob]. See also<br />

P & B hoyt.<br />

pa.ovd) (r£ 3u'3o) v. To be present, to<br />

attend, to be subject to, to be<br />

under the influence of; m.<br />

Presence. See p&ovHor'r,<br />

p&BHorT.<br />

pacovi (risii'wi) f. Dream.<br />

- t&eppacovi (far'rSsii’wi) v. To<br />

dream, to interpret a dream. See<br />

jt>/].<br />

pass^ (rish) To measure (land), to<br />

survey, [pron. of pa>s&].<br />

pajai (1) (ri'shi) v. To rejoice, to be<br />

glad; m. Gladness, joy.<br />

paj»i N2/HT (ri'shi 3en het') m.<br />

Heart felt joy. See z>h t (1).<br />

pajyt (2) (ri'shi) Sufficient, enough.<br />

[qual. of pwjg/].<br />

pa3^ (rikh) To clean, to wash, to be<br />

cleaned, [pron. of pw£ij.<br />

paSi (ri'khi) Cleaned, washed, [qual.<br />

of pw$i].


p & S T 141 p eu N & o ifi<br />

P& St (1) (r&kht) n. Launderer. one<br />

who washes and cleans things.<br />

- N paST (m i'3en rSkht) m.<br />

Cleaning tub. See also ju&<br />

kpw ^t.<br />

P& St (2) (rikht) Stricken, smitten,<br />

convulsing, [qual. of poo^T].<br />

p a S T ^ (rSkht) To strike, to smite, to<br />

be struck, [pron. of pcujSv],<br />

p&scpesc (rigrag') v. To gnash<br />

(teeth), to grind. See also<br />

Sp&scpex.<br />

pe (ra) Part, fraction.<br />

- peqTov (ra' Deftu') One fourth.<br />

- petiH T (ra met') One tenth.<br />

P ck- (rak) To bend, to sway, to<br />

deviate, to tilt, [const, of piK /].<br />

pcKpiKi (rekri'ki) f. Nodding (when<br />

sleepy), bending forward.<br />

- (fipeKpiKi v. To doze off, to<br />

slumber, to sleep. See ff't(l).<br />

peKpwK (rekrok') v. To become<br />

putrid, foul or charred. See<br />

poKpetc.<br />

petcz,- (rek-h) To burn, to blaze, be<br />

on fire, [const, of pa>K&].<br />

peu- (rem) prf. denoting "person of.<br />

(reduced form of pout/).<br />

peu&p&fiHC (rem 3£r3ves') Arabic<br />

person.<br />

p e u a rvk iicoc (rem 3§ng'likos)<br />

<strong>English</strong> person,<br />

peufiejce (rem va'ke) Hired hand,<br />

hired person.<br />

peuH T (ra met') One tenth.<br />

peup&Ko't (rem rS'koti) n. adj.<br />

Alexandrian. See P&.KO f.<br />

peuu& ueTioc (rem m&met'yos) n.<br />

adj. Muslim.<br />

peimfi&Ki (rem 3emva'ki) n. adj.<br />

Citizen, patriot. See B&k i<br />

peuufiepi (rem 3em va'ri) Young,<br />

new.<br />

peuu$e (rem 3em fa') n. adj.<br />

Heavenly person.<br />

peuN&x&pee (rem n£'z£rath') n. A<br />

native of Nazareth. See also<br />

N&zwpeoc.<br />

peuNHi (rem 3en 3e'y) m. Family,<br />

household. See H i<br />

peumpi (rem 3en 3e'ri) n. Worker,<br />

doer.<br />

peuNK&&i (rem 3en 3ki'hi) n. adj.<br />

Earthly. See K&&/<br />

peuNKS.'t (rem 3en 3kei'ti) n.<br />

Intelligent, wise. See K & f.<br />

peuNNM (rem 3en'niy) n. Merciful.<br />

peuNOVwpiT (rem 3en 3u 3orp') n.<br />

Messenger, one who is sent. See<br />

OVWpiT.<br />

peuitp&N (rem 3en r£n') n. adj.<br />

Famous. See p a n .<br />

peuitpa.'T (rem 3en rit') n.<br />

Pedestrian. See p & v .<br />

pewNCooovN (rem 3en'so 3un') n. An<br />

acquaintance. See c o o o t n .<br />

peuitxHui (rem 3en ke'mi) n. adj.<br />

Egyptian. See x h m .<br />

peuNacou (rem 3en gom') n. Mighty<br />

person, influential person. See<br />

2COJU (1).<br />

peuN&eo (rem 3en 3eh'tho) n.<br />

Horseman, horse rider. See ie o .<br />

peuM&HT (rem 3en het') n. Wise<br />

person. See z>ht (1).<br />

peuN&(ufi (rem<br />

Messenger. See<br />

3enhob')<br />

(2).<br />

n.


p e u N jo ffo p 142 peqepovwmi<br />

peuNj».<br />

peqfiHjB (ref vesh') n. A naked<br />

person. See Bh&.<br />

peqfioofc. efiofc. (ref vol 3a'vol) n. The<br />

one who solves problems,<br />

interpreter. See Boob. eBoA.<br />

peqfio>Tc (ref vots') n. Warrior,<br />

fighter. See Bcutc.<br />

peqfi(*)2,eu (ref vo'ham) n. Cantor,<br />

Chanter in a church. See Bco&eu.<br />

peqfio>sa (ref vosh') n. Robber,<br />

pickpocket. See Botsu.<br />

peqeui (ref 3a'mi) n. Learned,<br />

knowledgeable, proficient. See<br />

but.<br />

peqep&,YM»,N (ref 3er'3ivnan') n.<br />

Inspector, examiner. See a y n a n .<br />

peqepKepua. (ref'3er ker'mi) n.<br />

Money changer, treasurer. See<br />

KepjUA.<br />

peqepoiKONOujN (ref 3er 3i'kono<br />

min') n. Manager, Administrator.<br />

See o ik o n o j u ia .<br />

peqepovoMNi (ref 3er'3u 3oy'ni) n.<br />

One who gives light. See o y w i n i.


peqepfioNi 143 peqpwg)<br />

peqepfiOMi (ref'-er-vo'ni) n. Evil doer,<br />

envious.<br />

peqepe&Z/C (ref 3er thShs') n. House<br />

painter, wall painter. See ew&c.<br />

peqepiceuKeu (ref 3er kam' kam) n.<br />

Player of timbrel, drummer. See<br />

K en Ken.<br />

peqepMOfii (ref'3er no'vi) n. Sinner.<br />

See noBi .<br />

peqepovooiNi (ref 3er 3u 36y'ni) n.<br />

One who lights, illuminator. See<br />

orwiNi.<br />

peqepne©H»,Neq (ref'3er path'<br />

neinaf') n. Beneficent. See nane.<br />

peqepj5a.e (ref 3er' khli 3a') n. A<br />

needy person. See ep5&'e.<br />

peqepz/CMi (ref'3er ha'mi) n. Guide,<br />

leader, captain. See z,em.<br />

peqept/iK (ref'3er hik') n: Magician,<br />

enchanter. See &i k .<br />

peqepz/tofi (ref 3erhob') n. Worker.<br />

Sees,a>B(1).<br />

peq«&ujo (ref th£m'yo) n. Creator,<br />

maker, inventor. See e&wo.<br />

peqeuecio (ref 3ethmes'yo) f.<br />

Midwife. See m et<br />

peqeovHT(ref thii 3et') n. gatherer,<br />

the one who gathers. See e o rn v .<br />

peqeoopn (ref thorp') n. Clothing<br />

maker, tailor. See eatpn.<br />

peqea>TN2/HT (ref thot'3en het') n.<br />

Comforter, supporter. See<br />

eW'TN&HT.<br />

peqea>s» (ref thosh') n. Organizer,<br />

designer, leader. See eoup (2).<br />

peqe5 (ref thokh') n. adj. A nosy<br />

and inquisitive person. See eo>£><br />

peqeo>&eu (ref thoham') n. Host,<br />

the one who invites. See eoo&eu.<br />

peq«(»2/C (ref thohs') n. The one who<br />

anoints. See e w & c.<br />

peqipi (ref 3e'ri) n. Maker, doer,<br />

peqito (ref yo') n. cleaner, washer.<br />

See h o.<br />

peqK&'t (ref k£'ti) n. One who<br />

understands, one who is wise. See<br />

K & f.<br />

peqKeuKe«(ref kam'kam) n. Player<br />

of timbrel, drummer. See<br />

K e u K e ti.<br />

peqkifii (ref li'vi) n.. Mad. insane.<br />

See A./B/<br />

peqk.a>i2u (ref loy'li) n. Swimmer.<br />

See K w t& t (1).<br />

pequici (ref mi'si) n. Parent,<br />

progenitor. See m e t<br />

pcqjur^i (ref mi'shi) n. Fighter,<br />

warrior. See m jtu.<br />

pequw ovT (ref'mo 3tit') n. Dead<br />

person. See j u w o v t .<br />

peqNM (ref n£y) n. Merciful.<br />

peqNR.sat (ref n&sh'ti) n. Helper,<br />

defender, advocate. See N& pf.<br />

peqna.Z/t (ref'nah'ti) n. Believer. See<br />

N&bf.<br />

peqrto&eu (ref'noham') n. Savior,<br />

redeemer. See No&eu.<br />

peqoY(»iNi (ref 3ii 35y'ni) n.<br />

Luminary. See orw im .<br />

peqovoopiT (ref'3Q 3orp') n. Sender of<br />

a messenger. See oroopn.<br />

peqovcMjyT (ref' 3u 3osht') n.<br />

Worshipper. See o v w jtrr.<br />

pcqptwic (ref roys') n. Guard,<br />

watchman. See pane.<br />

peqptojs) (ref rosh') n. One who<br />

measures land, surveyor. See<br />

pa>jf).


peqc&fcNI 144 peqoocS<br />

peqca.2,Mi (ref sih'ni) n. Granter,<br />

provider. See C&&N/.<br />

peqca.&ovi (ref' sihu'wi) n. One<br />

who curses. See cs.z,ovi.<br />

peqc&sci (ref Sci'ji) n. Eloquent<br />

speaker. See c&x/<br />

peqceHpiT (ref sa 3erp') n. Wine<br />

drinker. See coo.<br />

peqceKc5a.i (ref sak'3es kh&y') n.<br />

Mailman. See cj5x.i .<br />

peqceui (ref sa'mi) n. Advocate,<br />

lawyer. See cent.<br />

peqcejuNi (ref sem'ni) n. One who<br />

establishes, one who decides. See<br />

cenrn.<br />

peqcit (ref si'ti) n. One who plants<br />

seeds. See c /f<br />

peqcfca.t (rePeslci'ti) n. One who<br />

stumbles or cause others to<br />

stumble. See c&&f.<br />

peqcofccefc (ref'solsal') n.<br />

Comforter. See coAceA (2).<br />

peqco?/i (ref so'hi) n. One who<br />

rebukes, one who chastises. See<br />

COZ,/.<br />

peqcoo (ref so) n. Drinker. See ca>.<br />

peqcoiK (ref sok') n. Driver, one who<br />

pulls. See c w k<br />

peqcooNT (ref sont') n. Creator. See<br />

CO)N'T.<br />

peqcoooTN (ref' so 3un') n. One who<br />

knows. See c o o o y n .<br />

peqciopeu (ref so'ram) n. One who<br />

leads astray. See cat pen.<br />

peqcoiTeju (ref so'tam) n. Hearer,<br />

obedient. See cat Te n .<br />

peqccoSi (ref so'khi) n. Weaver. See<br />

cw£i.<br />

peqcoot (ref so'ti) n. Savior. See<br />

coof.<br />

peqT&Ko (ref ta'ko) n. adj.<br />

Destroyer. See t &k o .<br />

pcqTW iSo (ref tcin'kho) n. Life-giver.<br />

See t s .n3 o. See also peqfT& (ref fot-h) n. Carver, artist.<br />

See cpo/TZ,.<br />

peq^tujB (ref fosh') n. Divider, the<br />

one who divides.<br />

peq$a>soeN (ref foshan') n. Servant,<br />

minister.<br />

peqx&ovNov (ref' ki 3u'nu) n.<br />

Astrologer, diviner. See o y n o y .<br />

peqxofc (ref koh') n. Enthusiast,<br />

Zealot. See xo&.<br />

peq5C«) eBofc. (ref' ko 3a'vol) n. The<br />

one who forgives. See xoo e£oA<br />

peqxoofceu (ref ko'lam) n. A quick<br />

person, a speedy person. See<br />

x


peqsB M ujaeN ovl- 145 peqjceora.<br />

peqjyak.MjseHov't (ref shcim' she<br />

nu'ti) n. Servant of God, one who<br />

serves God. See n o v f.<br />

peqst)&Neg)Te&r(H (ref'sh£nash'<br />

tevne') n. Cattle breeder. See<br />

TeBNH<br />

peqyja.pi (ref shS'ri) n. One who<br />

strikes, one who destroys. See<br />

p3.pt<br />

peqioeujai (ref shem'shi) n.<br />

Worshipper, one who performs a<br />

service. See p e u p t.<br />

peqs»eM2/iN (ref shan' hin) n. Diviner,<br />

one who consults a cup for the<br />

future. See peti&tN.<br />

p eqja e o p Tcp (ref 3esh'tortar') n.<br />

Trouble maker,<br />

peqjoi (ref shi') n. One who<br />

measures. See p t<br />

pcqjBifi'f (ref shiv'ti) n. One who<br />

changes. See p tB f.<br />

peqjaiNi (ref shi'ni) n. Inquirer,<br />

diviner. See ptnt.<br />

peqipami (sho'ni) n. A sick person.<br />

See poont.<br />

peqjsom (ref shop') n. One who<br />

receives, one who accepts<br />

someone, one who protects<br />

someone. See pat it (1).<br />

peqsaoojo (ref sh5sh') n. One who<br />

despises, scorner. See poop (1).<br />

peqs»o>qT (ref shoft') n. One who<br />

commits mistakes frequently. See<br />

pooqv.<br />

p e q q iiTC N (ref fi 3itan') n. Garbage<br />

collector. See 'fret*.<br />

peqqiam (ref fi 3op') n. Accountant.<br />

See qtatn.<br />

peq3ok3ek (ref khol khal') n.<br />

Slayer, killer. See So&Seh.<br />

peqSoTSeT (ref khot khat')<br />

Examiner, investigator, inquirer.<br />

See S otjSc t .<br />

peqe/iJT&o (ref'hi 3ep'ho) n. Arrogant,<br />

insolent, conceited. See btn&o<br />

peq&ma.eovi (ref hi'mSthu'wi) n.<br />

Poisonous (snakes). See u xeovt.<br />

peq&ioi (ref'hi 3oy') n. Debater,<br />

ambitious person. See S/tot.<br />

peqz/iovi (ref'hi 3u'wi ) n. One who<br />

strikes, throws. See z>tovt.<br />

peq2,iceMt (ref'hi sen'ti) n. Founder.<br />

See cent.<br />

peq^icMija (ref hi 3oysh') n. Preacher.<br />

See ztootp.<br />

peqz/ijycNNOvqi (ref hi'shan nu'fi) n.<br />

Announcer of good news,<br />

evangelist,<br />

peq&ttjfic (ref hobs') n. One who<br />

covers, one who protects,<br />

peq&wkeu (ref ho'lam) n. Snatcher,<br />

thief.<br />

peqz/wc (ref hos') n. Singer. See<br />

bate (1).<br />

peqz/OOTiT (ref hotp') n. Reconciler,<br />

one who unites, z o o t t t (1).<br />

peqace- (ref ja') n. Speaker, the one<br />

who says. See x e -.<br />

peqaceueoHi (ref ja'methmey') n.<br />

One who tells the truth.<br />

peqsceuTTSBiNi (ref jam'3ep shi'ni') n.<br />

Care taker. See xe u n ptN t.<br />

peqacertateM (ref jenjan') n. Singer.<br />

See xetixeti.<br />

peqxcork (ref ja 3u' 3i ) n. Speaker<br />

of blasphemies. See xe o vk .


peqaciui 146 p e S T -<br />

peqsciui (ref ji'mi) n. Discoverer,<br />

finder. See x tm .<br />

peqjcto (ref go') n. Singer. See xa>.<br />

peqxooK (ref gok) or peqxwK<br />

efiofc (ref gok 3a'vol) n. Perfector,<br />

the one who fulfills. See x w k .<br />

peqscojfc eBofc. (ref'gol 3a'vol) n.<br />

Apostate. See xS<br />

peqtu & t (ref'ti mi'ti) n. Pleasant,<br />

obedient person. See ju& f<br />

peqtNou't (ref ti nom'ti) n.<br />

Comforter, consoler. See n o u f.<br />

peq'tovTS.2/ (ref' ti 3u'tih) n. Fruitful.<br />

See OYT&.&.<br />

peqt'cBoo (ref' ti 3esvo') n. Teacher,<br />

educator. See cBw.<br />

peqtcofccefc. (ref' ti solsal') n.<br />

Comforter. See coftceA. (2).<br />

peqtcoS'Ni (ref ti soch'ni) n.<br />

Counselor. See CoS'rt/.<br />

peqt^^S p i (ref' ti fikh'ri) n. Healer,<br />

magician.<br />

peqtttmc (ref ti 3oms') n. baptizer.<br />

See c d ju c<br />

peqtcoNS (ref ti 3onkh') n. Life-giver.<br />

See (v n 3. See also peqT&N:5o.<br />

peqtsjeoTiT (ref ti'3eshtu'wit) n.<br />

Accuser. See jb o o r/ T .<br />

peqtssoo^ (ref ti shosh') /?. One who<br />

despises, Scorner. See moom (1).<br />

peqiz/S.n (ref' ti hip') n. Judge. See<br />

- Wipeq'tz/MT (ni ref'ti hip') The<br />

Book of Judges<br />

p e q fio H ^ (ref ti'3eh the') n.<br />

Attentive, observant. See f&eH^.<br />

peqi’scooNT (ref'ti gont') n. Defiant<br />

person, rebellious person. See<br />

X W M T (1).<br />

p e 3 T - (rekht) To strike, to smite, to<br />

be struck, [const, of paaStJ.


peSCTT- 147 po<br />

pestn- (regp) To throw down, to be<br />

thrown down, [const, of paoxn],<br />

PH (re) m. Sun.<br />

- $ ph (3ef re') The sun.<br />

nioeNio) n t c ttip h (pi<br />

thenyo'3enta' pire') m. Eclipse of<br />

the sun.<br />

- TTimjyi N T e $pH (pi mi'shi 3enta'<br />

3ef re') m. Eclipse of the sun.<br />

- ttio y u m n i u $ ph (pi 3u 3oy'ni 3em<br />

3ef re') m. The sun's light.<br />

Ph i (rey) m. A kind of fish. Egyptian<br />

'ray'.<br />

Ph ic c n (rey'sen) m. Dust. See also<br />

pmci, phc/.<br />

pHici (rey'si) m. Dust. See also<br />

pmcen, pHct.<br />

Phc (1) (res) m. South.<br />

- peupHC (rem res') n. adj. A<br />

southerner. Egyptian 'Sa'idi'.<br />

- u&phc (m£ res') m. Southern part<br />

of the Country.<br />

- cs-Phc (s§ res') Southern side.<br />

Phc (2) (res) Sober, wakeful, alert.<br />

[qual. of pm c].<br />

Ph c i (re'si) m. Dust. See also<br />

pmcen, pHtct.<br />

P H T (1) (ret) Planted, grown, [qual. of<br />

poovj.<br />

P H T (2) (ret) v. To vow, to promise;<br />

m. Vow, promise. See also c p h t .<br />

P H T 0DC (re'tos) (Gk.) adv. Explicitly,<br />

truly, expressly.<br />

Ph $ & n (refan') The planet Saturn.<br />

P H t (re'ti) m. Manner, fashion, way.<br />

- TTMpH'f (p§y re'ti) This way, this<br />

manner.<br />

- K & ,T«.^ p H t (kH'tSfyre'ti) As, In<br />

such a manner<br />

- JttTTwpHt (3em' piy re'ti) In this<br />

manner, this way.<br />

- itn cK p H i (’em' pek re'ti) Like you.<br />

- imeqpH'f (3em' pef re'ti) Like him.<br />

- « $ p H t (3em 3ef re'ti) as, like,<br />

pi (ri) f. Room, cell.<br />

pifiH (rive') f. Rope to pull boats<br />

ashore. See also p/B/.<br />

pifii (ri'vi) f. Rope to pull boats<br />

ashore. See also p iBh .<br />

Piki (ri'ki) v. To bend, to sway, to<br />

deviate, to tilt; m. Deviation,<br />

inclination, perversion. See p e K -<br />

P&K-, PS.K* p&KJ.<br />

Piki (ri'ki 3em'vil) m. A<br />

twinkling or a blink of an eye.<br />

- a.TpiKi (3cit ri'ki) adj. Without<br />

deviation.<br />

piut (ri'mi) v. To weep, to grieve; m.<br />

Weeping, wailing. See also<br />

fepjUH.<br />

- € ipm i (chi ri'mi) v. To weep,<br />

pip (rir) m. Pig, swine.<br />

- pip n to jo v (rir'3en to 3ii') m. Wild<br />

pig, mountain swine.<br />

- Npip (3eif'3en rir') m. Pork.<br />

- (b t Mpip (3ot 3en rir') m. Lard.<br />

piTio i (riti'thi) m. Zodiacal sign<br />

"Aquarius",<br />

po (1) (ro) m. Mouth. See also poo(1),<br />

po>* (1), pwq, pwov.<br />

- K&cpo (kis'ro) m. Jaw bone. See<br />

KAC<br />

- khtti Npo (ke'pi 3en ro) f. Roof of<br />

the mouth. See k h t t i.<br />

- po ovfie po (ro 3iiva'ro) Mouth to<br />

mouth (conversation). See ovBe.<br />

po (2) (ro) m. Edge of a weapon. See<br />

also p


po 148<br />

- pocM&r (ro' 3esn£v') adj. double<br />

edged.<br />

- CHqi ripol (se'fi 3en ro'3esn£v')<br />

Double edged sword.<br />

- po jufi&soovp (ro'3em vishiir ) m.<br />

The cutting edge of a saw. See<br />

Bxpovp<br />

po (3) (ro) 777. Door, gate<br />

- a.Tpo (Dcit ro') adj. Without a door.<br />

-


- & T3C&.p'*' (3lit karo') adj. Not<br />

silent, cannot be silenced.<br />

pw* (2) (ro) m. Edge of a weapon.<br />

- pu)C HTCHqi (ros' 3en 3et se'fi) m.<br />

The edge of the sword.<br />

pwi (roy) My mouth. See p, pSKZ,/.<br />

Poouh (rome') Rome,<br />

pomeoc (roma' 3os) adj. Roman.<br />

Pomeoc (roma' 3os) The Epistle to<br />

the Romans<br />

pomi (1) (ro'mi) n. pl. Man, human<br />

being.<br />

- eppomi (3er-ro'mi) v. To become a<br />

man, to take a human body.<br />

- u e Tp o m i (met ro'mi) f. Humanity<br />

- u&ipami (m£y ro'mi) n. adj. Lover<br />

of mankind. See jus.!.<br />

- tteTU&ipom i (met m£y ro'mi) f.<br />

Love of mankind. See jus./.<br />

- u&CTepom i (mSs'te ro'mi) n. adj.<br />

Hater of man. Seejuocf.<br />

pomi (2) (ro'mi) m. Pupil (of the eye).<br />

- $p


POOT M T e N & 150 pO>X1T<br />

P < bt MT6 M2/ (rotten tenh') v. To<br />

grow wings<br />

pooTefi (ro'tab) v. To recline, to sit<br />

down. See po&&*, poTeS.<br />

- u& MpojTefi (m£'3en rotab') m.<br />

Place of reclining, chair, sofa.<br />

PS»i (1) (ro'shi) v. To suffice, to be<br />

enough, to be adequate; m.<br />

Sufficiency, adequate amount. See<br />

P&&-, p e p - p & p * p*w (1).<br />

- Scn ovpoojBi (khan 3u ro'shi) adv.<br />

Adequately.<br />

po>StH (2) (ro'shi) v. To be responsible<br />

for, to be concerned with.<br />

- eTpa>S8i (3et ro'shi) n. The<br />

responsible person.<br />

pt»q (1) (rdf) Mouth. See also po (1),<br />

P3i (pet ro'khi) m.<br />

Launderer. one who washes and<br />

cleans things.<br />

- ciupwSi (sim ro'khi) m. Soap, a<br />

substance used for cleaning.<br />

P (« 3 t (rokht) v. To strike, to be<br />

struck, to throw down, to destroy,<br />

to convulse; m. Blow, Strike,<br />

convulsions. See pe£ T - ,<br />

P & 3 t * p m £ r.<br />

P


c 151 e w e<br />

C ha*& (sem a)<br />

Seema<br />

c abb. of the numeral 200; CNa-v sae<br />

(3esniv' sha).<br />

c - (3es) vbl. prf. for simple present<br />

tense sg. f. 3 d person.<br />

c- (3es) prf. for impersonal<br />

expressions.<br />

- cepx&q (3es'3ergif') It is cold. See<br />

XSq.<br />

- cepu0TNeiK (s i'3en 3oyk') Baker.<br />

ca.fi a.


C&IH 152 C&TTC&<br />

- ueTca.i'e (met's£y 3a') f. Beauty.<br />

- epcate (3er'Sciy 3a') v. To become<br />

beautiful.<br />

caiH (siy 3e') f. Beautiful person,<br />

caioaov (Sciy'36 3ii') Beautiful, decent.<br />

[qual. ofca./].<br />

c s.k (s£k) m. Ability, appearance,<br />

adornment.<br />

- ic a x (ti s£k') v. To show, to take<br />

the form o f.<br />

- ff'ica.K (chi Scik') v. To take the<br />

opportunity, to take the chance.<br />

ca.2v.ec (solas') n. Idiot, fool.<br />

ca2v.ovia (sSlu'ki) pi. Eels.<br />

c&2v.otttin (sSlii'pin) m. The little<br />

finger, the little toe. See also<br />

ceKovjrtN.<br />

ca.k.Tnvvoc (s£lpin'ghos) f. Trumpet.<br />

- epc&.2k.niziN (3er sSl'pizin') v. To<br />

sound the trumpet. See<br />

c& Arr/rroc.<br />

cakiTicTHC (s£lpistes') n.<br />

Trumpeter.<br />

Ca.2v.omi (sSlo'mi) (Heb.) Salome.<br />

(mean. Peace).<br />

cak&o (s&l'ho) adj. Lukewarm, tepid.<br />

See also ceA&o.<br />

c&u &,p i t h c (s§m3'rites') n.<br />

Samaritan,<br />

caufie&i (sSmva'hi) f. Testicle.<br />

caueH2/H^ (sS'menhe') Behind,<br />

after.<br />

C&.u o v h 2v. (si'm u 3el').The Books of<br />

Samuel.<br />

- K CauorH k. (si'm u 3el' 3G'wi) The<br />

Book of 1 Samuel.<br />

- & CauovHk. (si'm u 3el'3esnQ'ti)<br />

The Book of 2 Samuel.<br />

cauN&i (s£'3em niy') From here, on<br />

this side.<br />

cauriH (s£'3em ne') From there, on<br />

that side.<br />

c&uneeN&Neq (s£m path'nSnaf') n.<br />

Beneficent. See nxne.<br />

cauTTeT2/CB0T (s£m pat'ho3u') n.<br />

Evil doer, sinner. See nev&woY.<br />

cartafiaxHiNi (s i'3en 3ci'vcije'ni) n.<br />

Glass blower or seller.<br />

c&Naq (s§n'3£f') n. Meat vendor.<br />

caN2va2aoN (sindil'yon) (Gk.) m.<br />

Sandals.<br />

caNeu>ovi (s£n tho 3u'wi) n.<br />

Shoemaker, cobbler. See ewovi.<br />

c&nic (s£'nis) v. To doubt.<br />

- (TicaNic (chi si'nis) v. To doubt.<br />

c&NK&TT (siin' kip') n. Rope-maker.<br />

See k & tt.<br />

caNKoof (sin ko'ti) n. One who is<br />

shrewd, cunning, deceitful. See<br />

KO>f<br />

caNooiK (s&n'3oyk') n. Baker.<br />

caN(fH5ci (s§ 3en che'ji) n. Purple<br />

seller. See


C M T $ ip O C 153 ca.5^<br />

c&iT$ipoc (sipfi'ros) m. Sapphire; a<br />

precious stone.<br />

c&ttssjom (s i' 3epsho'y) Up, above.<br />

caur(Tfc.&. (si'^ep 3ech'li) adv.<br />

Swaying up and down.<br />

c&p&eHor (sirithe'yii) f. Storm,<br />

strong wind. See enor.<br />

c&pMCot (s i ri'koti) n. Deceiver,<br />

defrauder, swindler. See also<br />

CS.pS.KOff.<br />

ca.pa.Kcw't (s i riko'ti) n. Deceiver,<br />

defrauder, swindler. See also<br />

C S p S K o f.<br />

ca.p&,2co>q (s irig o f) m. Hare, rabbit.<br />

See also S spsff'w o v t c .<br />

cs.pvs.NH (si'rghine') (Gk.) f. Plait,<br />

braid, basket.<br />

ca.pA.ioN (sir'dyon) m. Sardius; a<br />

precious stone.<br />

c&p&ony^ (sir'doniks) m. Sardonyx;<br />

a precious stone.<br />

c&phc (s i res') Southern side, South.<br />

See p h c (1).<br />

ca.p? (sirks) (Gk.) f. Flesh, body, an<br />

object of lust.<br />

k &t &c&p?; (k iti sirks')<br />

According to the flesh.<br />

- c&pkikoc (sirki'kos) adj. Carnal,<br />

related to the flesh and to lusts.<br />

-


c&3eu 154 C&2CI<br />

ca.3et* (scikham') Collapsed,<br />

squeezed, [qual. of cw £eu (1)].<br />

c& S h t (sSkhet') Northern side,<br />

North. See £ h t . See also<br />

cx.ireju&/T.<br />

ca.Su-^ (sikhm) To sink, to squeeze.<br />

[pron. of cw Seu (1)].<br />

ca.3o (sS'kho) n. Great teacher, great<br />

master. See cs.3, c&3&*<br />

C S.& C C Z,.<br />

ca-fccez, (sShsah') Leveled, even,<br />

smooth, [qual. of c&s,ce&].<br />

ckz/Cwzj^ (sihsoh') To smoothen.<br />

[pron. of c&zfcez,].<br />

c^ (s£hd') To remove, [pron. of<br />

c&&o>]<br />

c&Zito* (s£ho') To blame, to rebuke.<br />

[pron. of co&/].<br />

ca&ooq (s£hof') adj. Harelipped,<br />

having an incomplete upper lip.<br />

See also c&zoq.<br />

ca.2/t (sUh'ti) v. To kindle fire, heat;<br />

m. Flame, heat<br />

- S/ic&.&'t (hi s ih ’ti) v. To kindle a<br />

fire.<br />

- ju&Nc&.&'t (mlPen sah'ti) m.<br />

Kitchen.<br />

- peqca.2/1- (ref sSh'ti) n. Cook, one<br />

who lights fire.<br />

c&x&GTh (s3'g§che') On the left<br />

hand, on the left side. See x s .6 'v.<br />

casci (s£'ji) v. To speak, to say,to<br />

utter, m. Saying, word, utterance.


- a.TC&3Ci (3eit s&'ji) adj. Mute,<br />

speechless.<br />

- ep&ov'oc&.2ci (3er hu'3o Sct'ji) v.<br />

Exaggerate, says too much.<br />

- fc&c&xi (ISsS'ji) adj. Loquacious,<br />

talkative, chatty.<br />

uovNc&xi (miin sS'ji) m.<br />

Conversation.<br />

- peqc&sci (ref sS'ji) n. Eloquent<br />

speaker.<br />

- (f ica.2£i (chi sd'ji) v. To accept the<br />

word of.<br />

- xinc& xi (jin si'ji) m. Speech,<br />

c & i (1) (si'ti) f. Fire, flame<br />

- 2/ica.i (hi sS'ti) v. To set on fire.<br />

ca.+ (2) (sdi'ti) v. Woven, spun,<br />

c& t (3) (si'ti) n. Spike, arrow, dart,<br />

ca.'f (sS'ti) Planted, thrown, [qual. of<br />

ctfj.<br />

cBe (Desva') m. Door, gate<br />

cfioK (3es'vok) v. To decrease, to<br />

diminish, m. Smallness, littleness<br />

in number. See coBk .<br />

cfiovi (3esvu'wi) m. Disciple, pupil,<br />

learner.<br />

ue Tcfio vi (met'^esvu'wi) f.<br />

Disciplineship,<br />

cBo) (3esvo') f. knowledge, teaching,<br />

instruction.<br />

- a,TcBto (sSt'aesvo') adj. Ignorant,<br />

uneducated, undisplined.<br />

- ueT&TcBtt> (met 3St 3esvo') f.<br />

Ignorance.<br />

- n&rcBu) (m§y'3esvo') adj. Lover of<br />

knowledge.<br />

- 1‘cBoo (ti Desvo’) v. To teach, to<br />

educate, to discipline.<br />

peqTcBoo (ref' ti 3esv5') n.<br />

Teacher, educator.<br />

155 ceBe&iov<br />

- u&Nt'cBtt) (m&'3en ti 3esvo') m.<br />

Educational institution.<br />

- u&Nff icBoo (mcPen chi 3esvo') m.<br />

Educational institution.<br />

2ciM't'cfi(i> (jin'ti 3esvo') m.<br />

Teaching.<br />

- s»eiTcfiwtt (1).<br />

- (f icBo) (chi'3esvo') v. To learn.<br />

- peqtficfio) (ref'chi 3esvo') n.<br />

Student, learner.<br />

ce (1) (sa ) Yes. See also &&&,.<br />

ce (2) (sa) The numeral sixty, abb. %.<br />

ce- (sa) vbl. prf. for simple present<br />

tense pl. 3rd person.<br />

ce- (sa) To drink, [const, of co>],<br />

ceB (sab) m. A cunning person.<br />

- ueTcefi (met sab') f. Craftiness,<br />

deception. See ceB.<br />

ceB- (sab) To soak, to wet. [const, of<br />

cwB, coujtJ.<br />

ceBeN (sevan') pl. Bandages, bed<br />

sheets.<br />

c e fiH o v T (savetyuf) Circumcised.<br />

[qual. of ceB/(1)].<br />

cefiHC (seves') (Gk.) f. Worship,<br />

honor<br />

- epceBecre (3er'seves'te) v. To<br />

worship, to pray. See epceBHcee.<br />

- epceBHcee (3er seves'te) v. To<br />

worship, to pray. See epceBecee.<br />

- weTevcefiHC (met 3ev'seves) f.<br />

righteousness.<br />

- jueTeeocefiHC (met tha' 3o<br />

seves') f. Godliness, reverence for<br />

God, piety. See oe'oceBHC.<br />

cefie&iov (sav' thSyu') pl. Fences.<br />

[pl. of coB t ].


cefii 156 ce«Me-<br />

cefii (3) (sa'vi) v. To circumcise, to be<br />

circumcised. See covBe-,<br />

COT&H'Tcor Bh t , c o y h t ,<br />

CeBHOVV.<br />

cefii (1) (sa'vi) f. Reed, pipe. See<br />

alsocHB/(1).<br />

- cefii Mpa/T^ (sa'vi Den r£t') f. the<br />

lower part of the leg (between the<br />

knee and the ankle). See also<br />

CHBt ftp & T.<br />

- cefii N2ca> (sa'vi 3en go') f. Flute.<br />

See also chBi m x w .<br />

cefii (2) (sa'vi) f. Kohl container.(kohl<br />

is a black powder used as a<br />

cosmetic for the eye). See also<br />

ceB/ (1).<br />

cefii (3) (sa'vi) m. Circumcision.<br />

&.Tcefii (3eit sa'vi) adj.<br />

Uncircumcised.<br />

- ueT& Tcefii (met'^t sa'vi) f.<br />

Uncircumcision.<br />

cefiTe- (sevta') To prepare, [const,<br />

of coBf].<br />

cefiTooT-^ (sevtot') To prepare.<br />

[pron. of coBfj.<br />

cefiTtoT (sevtot') Prepared, ready.<br />

[qual. of coBfj.<br />

ceefi&ior (sath'vSyii') pl. Tools,<br />

equipment, [pl. of ceBa./, coBa/z,,<br />

c/eBa./].<br />

cei


C 6U N H 157 C 6 T -<br />

ceiiNH (semne') (Gk.) f. adj.<br />

Honorable, reputable, chaste. See<br />

ceu/ioc.<br />

cettNHT^ (semnet') To decide, to<br />

establish, [pron. of ceu/t/].<br />

c c u n h o v t (semneyiit') Decided,<br />

established, [qual. of ce u m ]<br />

ceum (sem'ni) v. To decide, to<br />

establish, to settle, to confirm, to<br />

determine, to fix; m. Settlement,<br />

confirmation, agreement. See<br />

cejuHe-, ceu N H T< cju o h t,<br />

CJUOT, CeUNHOYT.<br />

- a.TcejuNi adj. Unsettled.<br />

- u & N c e u m (ma'^en sem'ni) m.<br />

Footstool, seat, Standing place.<br />

See ceum .<br />

- peqceuNt (ref sem'ni) n. One who<br />

establishes, one who decides.<br />

- 3ch ovceum (khan'3u sem'ni)<br />

adv. Firmly, calmly.<br />

- 2,h t ceum (het sem'ni) m. One<br />

who has control of self. See z>h t<br />

(Vceuiioc<br />

(sem'nos) (Gk.) m. adj.<br />

Honorable, reputable. See ceunn.<br />

ceunjaa, (3es'3em 3ep'shS) It is<br />

befitting to, it is proper to.<br />

Impersonal expression. See urrjyx.<br />

C6N - (san) To pass by, to pass away.<br />

[const, of cttt/].<br />

ccn^ (san) To pass by, to pass away.<br />

[pron. of cm/].<br />

ceN& - (sa'nS) vbl. prf. for simple<br />

future tense pi. 3rd person.<br />

cew c- (senk) To suck, to suckle.<br />

[const, of cou/fjc].<br />

C6NC6N (sensan') v. To ring, to jingle,<br />

to resonate; m. Ringing.<br />

c e N T - (sent) To create, [const, of<br />

CWN'T]<br />

ccN?/- (senh) To bind, [const, of<br />

C0DN2/].<br />

ceHf (sen'ti) f. Foundation.<br />

- 5co> NovceMt (ko'^en =>usen'ti) v.<br />

To lay the foundation of.<br />

- 2/iceNt (ko'3en 3iisen'ti) v'. To lay<br />

the foundation of.<br />

- peq&iceiil' (ref' hi sen'ti) n.<br />

Founder.<br />

c e iT- (sab) To soak, to wet. [const, of<br />

cou/3, coon],<br />

ceni (sa'pi) v. To remain, to be left;<br />

m. Remainder, the rest. See also<br />

CHIT/.<br />

ceum (sep'pi) m. Flax, linen. See<br />

also c/nne/i.<br />

ceTTceTi- (sepsap') To plead, [const.<br />

of concen, coBceB].<br />

cep- (sar) To scatter, to spread.<br />

[const, of coop]<br />

Cepa4>m (seri'fim) (Heb) pi.<br />

Seraphim; angels with 6 wings.<br />

cepfiem (ser va'ni) f. Thorns of the<br />

palm leaves<br />

c e p e u - (seram') To stray, to lead<br />

astray, [const, of co/peu]<br />

cepHNoc (sere'nos) n. Ostrich.<br />

ce p u H (serme') n. Wanderer, drifter,<br />

cepoaci (sero'gi) pi. Thistle.<br />

cep$T (serfot') f. A kind of an<br />

insect that affect animals.<br />

cecfio& (sas'voh) v. To atone, to ask<br />

for forgiveness; m. Atonement.<br />

cecfio& (sas'voh) f. Place of<br />

atonement; "the mercy seat".<br />

c e T - (sat) To sow, to throw, [const, of<br />

c/i].


ceT- 158 C H O T<br />

ce -T- (sat) To save, to redeem.<br />

[const, of cai fj.<br />

c e T (sat) m. Tail. See also c & t(1 ),<br />

c h t(1 ).<br />

ce'TefipH2£(sat':,evreg') m. Lightning<br />

ceTTT- (setp) To choose, [const, of<br />

CO) TIT].<br />

ceTCCttT (setsot) Shot, catapulted,<br />

projected, [qual. of c o t c b t ].<br />

ce Tq - (setf) To purify, to strain.<br />

[const of cootc/].<br />

ceq- (saf) To defile, to be defiled.<br />

[const, of cw q(1)].<br />

CC2/HC- (sehna') To provide, [const.<br />

Of CS.&H1].<br />

ce&NHOVT (sehneyiit') Provided,<br />

granted, [qual. of ca,&/f/].<br />

cez/T (seht) m. Leprosy<br />

- K&Kcez/T (kiik seht') m. Leper,<br />

cescn- (segp) To leave behind, to<br />

remain, [const, of ccuxrr].<br />

chBi (1) (se'vi) f. Reed, pipe. See<br />

also ceBt (1).<br />

- chBi Npa,T^ (se'vi 3en rit') f. the<br />

lower part of the leg (between the<br />

knee and the ankle), See also<br />

ceBt ft p a t .<br />

- chEi mxo) (se'vi 3en go') f. Flute.<br />

See also ceBt k x m .<br />

chBi (2) (se'vi) f. Kohl container, (kohl<br />

is a black powder used as a<br />

cosmetic for the eye). See also<br />

ceBt (1).<br />

chini (1) (sey'ni) n. Physician.<br />

- ueTCHiNi (met sey'ni) f. Medicine,<br />

the art of medicine.<br />

- m&nchini (md' 3en se'ni) m. Clinic,<br />

place of practicing medicine.<br />

- c h in i (sey'ni 3em v£l') n.<br />

Ophthalmologist.<br />

- chini nn&2C£>i (sey'ni 3en n^g'hi)<br />

n. Dentist.<br />

- c h in i n t c Bnooovi (sey'ni 3en<br />

tav'n63u'wi) n. Veterinarian.<br />

c h in i (2) (sey'ni) f. Blade of a plow.<br />

chini (3) (sey'ni) f. Bin to store grain<br />

or bread, kitchen cabinet. See also<br />

CHNI.<br />

ch2v (sel) Scattered, misled, [qual. of<br />

ch2l].<br />

cHuepoN (se'maron) (Gk.) Today.<br />

Eq. to jucpoor.<br />

c h n i (se'ni) f. Bin to store grain or<br />

bread, kitchen cabinet. See also<br />

CHINI (3).<br />

c h o y (seyii') m. Time, era, season.<br />

- a/TCHor (cit'seyu') adj. Timeless.<br />

- epcH or (3er' seyii') v. To pass<br />

time.<br />

- KJwTS. c h o t (kSta'seyii') In due<br />

season.<br />

- jutt&ic h o v (3e m 'piy seyii') At this<br />

time.<br />

- u it ic h o v (3em'pi seyu') At that<br />

time, in the past.<br />

- juttichov n t c t n o v (3em'pi<br />

seyii' 3enta' tinii') At the present<br />

time.<br />

- n o v c h o v (3en 3u'seyii') Formerly.<br />

- n c h o v n iBc n (3en'seyii'nivan') All<br />

the time, always.<br />

- TipocovcHOT (prosii'seyu') (G k.-<br />

Copt.) adv. Temporal, (as opposed<br />

to eternal). See npoc.<br />

- 5 c n t tic h o y e Tc iN i (khan'pi<br />

seyii'3etsi'ni) In the past.


CHOT 159 CINI<br />

- (f ic H o r (chi'seyii') v. To take the<br />

chance of.<br />

c h o v (seyii') Filled, [qual. of c/J.<br />

chtti (se'pi) n. Remainder, the rest.<br />

See also cent.<br />

c h p (ser) Scattered, announced.<br />

[qual. of coop].<br />

chc (ses) Destroyed, overturned.<br />

[qual. of catc, ca>c/(1)j.<br />

c h t (1) (set) m. Tail. See also cev,<br />

CS.'T(I).<br />

c h t (2) (set) m. Penis.<br />

c h t - (set) To write, [const, of c£a/j.<br />

CHqi (se'fi) f. Sword, knife.<br />

- s»e NCHqi (shaken se'fi) A hit with<br />

the sword. See sue (3).<br />

- ptoc NTCHqi (ros'3en 3et se'fi) m.<br />

The edge of the sword. See poo-?<br />

(2)<br />

- CHqi Npofi (se'fi 3en ro'3esniv')<br />

Double edged sword. See po (2)<br />

c h 3 (sekh) Woven, [qual. of cw£t].<br />

c h S i (se'khi) Woven, [qual. of c(v£i],<br />

chsc (seg) m. Ass, donkey.<br />

CH’t (se'ti) Planted, thrown, [qual. of<br />

c/fj.<br />

cefi&i (3es'3et vii') pl. Tools,<br />

equipment. See coBa/&, cteB&t,<br />

ceoBaior.<br />

cefi&i& (3es'3et viih') pl. Tools,<br />

equipment. See c&Bat, c/eBa/,<br />

ceeBa/or.<br />

c e e p T e p (3es'tertar') v. To tremble;<br />

m. Trembling,<br />

com ! (3estem') m. "Kohl"; black<br />

powder used as a cosmetic for the<br />

eye; Navy blue color. See ecemt.<br />

- + c« h u (ti'3estem') v. To apply Kohl<br />

to the eye.<br />

C o h p (3ester') The Book of Esther,<br />

ceo^ (3es'to) To return, to bring back.<br />

[pron. of T&ceo],<br />

ceoi (3estoy') m. A fragrant plant,<br />

scent, smell,<br />

ceoifiom (3es'toy von') m. Bad smell,<br />

stink.<br />

ceoiNovqi (3es'toy nii'fi) m. Good<br />

smell, perfume,<br />

ci (si) v. To be filled, to be satiated.<br />

See chov.<br />

- &TCI (3St si') adj. Insatiable<br />

- u e T & T c i (met'3£tsi') f. Insatiety.<br />

cieBa.i (sith vii') pl.Tools, equipment.<br />

See ceBa/z,, coBa/, ceeBa/or.<br />

c i k (sik) m. Fever.<br />

ciki (si'ki) v. To grind, to crush.<br />

- ami nciki (3o'ni 3en si'ki) m.<br />

Grinding stone.<br />

- u&nciki (m&n si'ki) m. Mill.<br />

cm (sim) m. Grass, meadow plants.<br />

cm&Sop (simSkhor') m. Spinach.<br />

cmiKiNoioN (simikin'thiyon) (Lat.) m.<br />

Apron, handkerchief.<br />

cmfcHK (simlek') m. A plant similar<br />

to Egyptian "Molokhia".<br />

cmpcoSi (sim ro'khi) m. Soap, a<br />

substance used for cleaning. See<br />

pwSt.<br />

cm cm (sim'sim) m. Sesame. See<br />

also ctcauHN.<br />

ciN&&fii (sinih'vi) m. Gum of the<br />

cedar plant,<br />

cmi (si'ni) v. To pass by, to pass<br />

away, to end; m. Passing. See<br />

cbn- ceifS, cm m o v.<br />

- &TCINI (3St si'ni) adj. Impassable,<br />

imperishable.<br />

- ju&Ncmi (m£'3en si'ni) m. Path.


CINI&OY 160 c k a .T k .e T<br />

- stiNciNt (jin si'ni) m. Crossing,<br />

passing by.<br />

- SeN ttic h o t e Tcim (khan'pi<br />

seyiPetsi'ni) In the past.<br />

- ■fpouiTi e Ta ccm i (ti rom'pi<br />

3etis'si'ni) Last Year. See pojutm.<br />

cmidoov (sini'3o 3ii') The state of<br />

passing by. [qual. of cm/].<br />

ciNoooYi (si'no 3u'wi) pi. Robbers, [pi.<br />

of com ]<br />

- u c tc in o jo vi (met si'no 3ii'wi) f.<br />

Profession of Robbery. See<br />

cmcoovt.<br />

cioy (siyii') m. Star. See also c o r-<br />

ciovp (siyiir') m. Eunuch,<br />

cm (sip) m. Tick, insect.<br />

ciitttcm (sip'pen) m. Flax, linen. See<br />

also ceirm.<br />

cip (sir) m. Jar.<br />

cipa (sireQ n. Line, row.<br />

ctcauHN (sisamen') m. Sesame. See<br />

also ciuciit.<br />

Cjoon (siyon') Zion.<br />

ci«»ovni (si 3o 3ti'ni) f. Bath. See also<br />

CetWOYNt.<br />

ciqi (1) (si'fi) m. Cedar.<br />

- jeeNciqi (shen si'fi) m. Cedar,<br />

ciqi (2) (si'fi) m. Tar, pitch.<br />

cie»i (si'hi) v. To be out of (his) mind,<br />

to be beside (him)self, to be<br />

deranged, to withdraw.<br />

ci&i h2, h t (si'hi 3en het') m.<br />

Confusion of mind, derangement<br />

of mind.<br />

ci+ (si'ti) v. To sow, to throw; m.<br />

Seed, planting, throwing. See<br />

C6T-, CAT-, C A T * CAf, CHf.<br />

- peqcii (ref si'ti) n. One who plants<br />

seeds.<br />

- ^>HeTCit (fe'yet si'ti) m. One who<br />

plants seeds.<br />

- JciNcit Qin si'ti) m. Sowing.<br />

- scm cii (jin si'ti) m. Sowing.<br />

cKaNA.ak


c2i&x2v.ex 161 cuov<br />

cfcascfcex (Des'lciglag') v. To polish,<br />

to smoothen; m. Smoothness. See<br />

c2i e x A cvx.<br />

cfca.t (3esl§'ti) v. To slip, to stumble;<br />

m. Slip, stumble.<br />

- a.TCfc&.'t (3Sf Deslci'ti) adj. Not<br />

stumbling. See c2i.sf.<br />

- peqcfcat (ref'3eslS'ti) n. One who<br />

stumbles or cause others to<br />

stumble.<br />

- icfc.a.f (ti'3esl£'ti) v. To cause<br />

others to stumble.<br />

c2venfc.a>7T (3es'leplop') Torn, limp,<br />

flabby, [qual. of c2i.on2i.enj.<br />

cfceacfco)3£ (3es'leglog') Smooth,<br />

polished, [qual. of c2is.x2i.escj.<br />

c2v.h (3esle') f. Casket, coffin, shroud.<br />

See also ts/B /, eeBt (2), ohBj.<br />

cfciqi (3esli'fi) f. Lung.<br />

c2v.ott5K.6TT (3es'loplap') v. To tear<br />

apart. See c2i.en2i.0DJT.<br />

cuaua.T (3es'm£m£t') Blessed.<br />

[qual. of cjuov].<br />

CMapa.yA.oc (3es'mirig'dos) m.<br />

Emerald; a precious stone.<br />

cuapcoovT (3esmli'r6 3ut')<br />

Blessed, [qual. of cjuov],<br />

- kcua.povT (3ek 3esmH'r6 3ut')<br />

You are blessed, (sg. m.).<br />

- ’Tecua.pooovT (ta'3esm§'ro 3iit')<br />

. You are blessed, (sg. f.).<br />

- ccuapoooT'T (3es 3esmi'ro 3ut')<br />

She is blessed.<br />

- qcuapoaovT (3ef 3esm£'ro 3ut') He<br />

is blessed.<br />

cua.v (3esm§v') m. pl. Temple,<br />

temples (on both sides of the<br />

face).<br />

cua.va.T (3es'm£v£t') Blessed, [qual.<br />

of cjuov].<br />

cuaz, (3esm£h') m. Cluster (of<br />

grapes).<br />

cuez, (3esmah') pl. Herb, grass.<br />

c u h (3esme') f. Voice, sound, fame;<br />

adj. Famous.<br />

- aTCJUH (3lit'3esme') adj. Voiceless.<br />

- epcuH (3er'3esme') v. To become<br />

famous.<br />

- liaN cnH (m a'3en 3esme') m.<br />

Famous place.<br />

- peucuH (rem'3esme') n. Famous<br />

person.<br />

- peqtffcuH (ref chi'3esme') n.<br />

Hearer, listener.<br />

- 6 7 c u h (chi'3esme') v. To listen, to<br />

lend an ear; m. Listening. See S 't<br />

(1)-<br />

- 'fcjuH (ti'3esme') v. To make a<br />

sound.<br />

c u o n t (3es'mont) m. Likeness. See<br />

also c ju o v<br />

c ju o n t (3es'mont) Decided, calm,<br />

established, [qual. of cejuni].<br />

c u o t (3es'mot) Decided, calm,<br />

established, [qual. of cejumj.<br />

c u o t (3es'mot) m. Likeness, Form,<br />

character, pattern.<br />

- a T C U O T (3&t 3es'mot) adj. Without<br />

form.<br />

- (f ic ju o t (chi 3es'mot) v. To take<br />

the form of.<br />

c u o v (3esmii') v. To bless, to to<br />

praise; m. Blessing, praise, gift.<br />

See c ju s p w o v t, cju sju s v,<br />

CJUSVST.<br />

- f c u o v (ti'3esmu') v. To give<br />

blessing.


C U 0 T 6 N 162 coeiteq<br />

- 6'icm ot (chPesmii') v. To take a<br />

blessing, to be blessed. See (Ti<br />

(1).<br />

- scincwov (jin'3esmu') m. Act of<br />

blessing.<br />

cuotcm (3es'motan') m. Easy<br />

cuovp (3esmiir') m. Moustache.<br />

cuvpN*. (3esmir'n& or smir'nS) (Gk.)<br />

f. Myrrh.<br />

cn&- (Des'ni) vbl. prf. for simple<br />

future tense sg. f. 3rd person.<br />

cn&v (3esn&v') m. The numeral two.<br />

abb.!. See CNorf.<br />

- u&.2,cNa.v (mSh^esnav') Second.<br />

- TTicwa.r (pi'3esn3v') Monday.<br />

- UTrecNaT (Dem'pesnliv') adv. The<br />

two together, both.<br />

- epcNav (3er' 3esniv') v. To<br />

become two.<br />

- pocN&.v (ro^esniv') adj. double<br />

edged. See po (2).<br />

- 2/HT ch&v (het'3esnSv') m.<br />

Double-minded, equivocal, two-<br />

faced. See (1).<br />

- epe,HT cms-v (3er het'3esn£v') v.<br />

Equivocate, to be double-minded.<br />

- U C T 2/HT cn&v (met het' 3es<br />

n§v') f. Doubt, equivocation.<br />

CHS.V2/ (Desnivh') m. pi. Bonds,<br />

ligaments.<br />

cm kz, (3esneih') m. pi. Knot,<br />

impediment.<br />

cnhini (3esney'ni) v. To stroll, to walk<br />

leisurely.<br />

cnhov (3esneyu') pi. Brothers, [pi. of<br />

con],<br />

C N ovi (3esnQ'ti) /. The numeral two.<br />

abb. fi7. See cn&Y.<br />

CNOvq (3esnOf') Last year.<br />

CNoq (3es'nof) m. Blood. See cnooq.<br />

- CNoq efiok. (fon 3es'nof<br />

3a'vol) v. To shed blood.<br />

&TCNoq (3§t 3es'nof) adj.<br />

Bloodless.<br />

CNooq (3esnof) pi. Bloods, [pi. of<br />

CNOq]<br />

eo (so) f. Six. See coov, coe.<br />

co^ (so) To drink, [pron. of coo].<br />

coBk (sobk) Small, little, inferior.<br />

[qual. of'cBoK].<br />

coBcefi (sobsab') v. To console, to<br />

plead, to entreat, to deceive. See<br />

concenB, cenceir-<br />

cofiT (sovt) m. Fence, wall of a city.<br />

See ceBeA/ov.<br />

- epcofiT (3er sovt ) v. To make a<br />

wall around, to protect.<br />

- a.picofiT (3a'ri sovt' or 3§'ri sovt')<br />

Make a wall around, protect.<br />

[imper. of epcoBv]<br />

cofit (sov'ti) v. To prepare, to be<br />

ready, to arrange for, to repair; m.<br />

Preparation, getting ready,<br />

possessions. See ceBve,<br />

ce B v o o 'T c e B v o o 'T .<br />

- a-Tcofif (3St sov'ti) adj. not ready,<br />

unprepared.<br />

- epcofit (3er sov'ti) v. To get ready,<br />

to prepare.<br />

- JCiNCOfi't (jin sov'ti) m. Preparation,<br />

furnishing a house,<br />

coeu^ (sotm) To hear, to listen.<br />

[pron. of cooTeju]<br />

Coko(sodo'mS) Sodom,<br />

coe (so 3a ) f. Six. See co, coov.<br />

co©Neq (sotnaf') m. Arrow, bow.<br />

- jBCNCooMeq (sha'3en sotnaf') m.<br />

Arrow shot, bow shot.


COI 163 COM<br />

- 2>icooNeq (hi'sotnaf) v. To shoot<br />

an arrow.<br />

- M&M2/icoeMeq (m i^en hi' sotnaf')<br />

m. Archery range.<br />

- peqz/icooMeq (ref hi'sotnaf') n.<br />

Archer.<br />

coi (1) (soy) m. Back (of humans or<br />

animals),<br />

coi (2) (soy) n. Beam of wood.<br />

- 0Y&&C01 (Dii'wah soy') f. Roof. (lit.<br />

Added beams of wood).<br />

coi (3) (soy) m. Amulet or charm worn<br />

to prtect against evil.<br />

cok (1) (sok) m. sackcloth. See also<br />

COOK.<br />

c o k (2) (sok) m. Sack.<br />

c o k n c o v o (sok'^en siPo) m. Sack<br />

of wheat. See c o k (2).<br />

c o k - (sok) To pull, to flow, to gather.<br />

[const, of COOK, CO/Kl].<br />

cok-^ (sok) To pull, to flow, to gather.<br />

[pron. of co o k, co o k/].<br />

coKu&2£f (sokmS'gi) m. Long table.<br />

coKceK (soksak') v. To collect, to<br />

pull, to yawn; m. Yawn. See<br />

C6KC6K-, CeKCOK<<br />

cofc (sol) m. Wick.<br />

cofc^ (sol) To scatter, to deceive.<br />

[const, of coo A].<br />

cofci (so'li) f. Veil. See also covAt.<br />

cofc.K'*' (solk) To join, to unite, [pron.<br />

of codA k ].<br />

cofcK (solk) Joined, attached, united.<br />

[qual. of codAk],<br />

cofcTt^ (solp) To cut, To break off.<br />

[pron. of coo Air].<br />

cofciT (solp) Cut off, broken, [qual. of<br />

codA.it].<br />

cofccefc (solsal') m. Adornment.<br />

cofccefc (1) (solsal') v. To adorn, to<br />

decorate; m. Decoration,<br />

adornment. See ceAcooA^,<br />

ceAcooA.<br />

cofccefc. (2) (solsal') v. To comfort, to<br />

console, to be comforted. See<br />

ce A ce A -, ce A coo A s.<br />

cofccefc (2) (solsal') m. Comforting,<br />

consolation, amusement.<br />

- epcofccefc (3er' solsal') v. To<br />

Comfort.<br />

peqcofccefc (ref' solsal') n.<br />

Comforter.<br />

- ■fcofccefc (ti' solsal') v. To give<br />

comfort, to comfort.<br />

- peqtcofccefc (ref'ti solsal') n.<br />

Comforter.<br />

- (ficbfccefc (chi'solsal') v. To<br />

become comforted.<br />

cofcq (solf) m. Sieve, sifter. See also<br />

COOAq.<br />

cofc.ac^ (solg) To erase, to vanish.<br />

[pron. of cooAx],<br />

couc (soms) v. To look, to behold, to<br />

view, to consider; m. Looking,<br />

viewing.<br />

- xiNCOJUC (jin soms') n. Looking,<br />

considering.<br />

c o u t (somt) Stretched, strained.<br />

[qual. of coo jut].<br />

c o « t ^ (somt) To stretch, to strain.<br />

[pron. of coojut].<br />

con (son) m. Brother. See cmhov.<br />

- Nijut ncon (nish'ti 3en son') m.<br />

The elder brother. See con.<br />

- Koraci ncon (ku'ji 3en son') m.<br />

The younger brother. See con.<br />

- jseNCON (shan' son) m. f. Nephew<br />

or niece on the brother's side.


CONI 164 c o T q<br />

c o n i (so'ni) m. Robber, thief. See<br />

ciNooon.<br />

c o n k o t (son yot') m. Uncle. (The<br />

brother of the father).<br />

c o n k ^ (sonk) T o suck, to suckle.<br />

[pron. of co)nk],<br />

c o n u &v (son m S v') m. Uncle. (The<br />

brother of the mother).<br />

c o n t ^ (sont) T o create, [pron. of<br />

coont].<br />

com ,* (sonh) T o bind. [pron. of<br />

C(t)N&].<br />

c o n z, (sonh) Bound, captive, [qual. of<br />

COONZ,].<br />

c o itf (son'ti) m. Pine tree, balm,<br />

co o v (so 3tT) m. Th e numeral six;<br />

abb. P .<br />

- ttic o o v (pi'so 3u ') Friday (the sixth<br />

day of the week).<br />

- pecoov (ra'so 3u ') one sixth<br />

- nm & .& cooY (pimSh'so 3G') The<br />

sixth.<br />

cott (sop) m. Tim e, occurrence.<br />

- e v c o n (3ev'sop) All at once,<br />

together.<br />

- UHja ncott (m esh'3en sop') Many<br />

times. See JUHS&.<br />

- u tt& icoit (3e m ' pSy sop') This time<br />

- NKecoTr (3en ka'sop) Again, one<br />

more time.<br />

- n o t c o t t (3e n '3l) sop') Once.<br />

- OYCOTT N TC U pO U TTI (3Q SOp'<br />

3en'tem rom'pi) Once a year.<br />

- % ncott (shSshf'3en sop') Seven<br />

times.<br />

- cott MiEeM (sop' nivan') every<br />

time.<br />

- &&NCOTT (h in 's o p ) Sometimes.<br />

cott^" (sop) To soak, to wet. [pron. of<br />

cooB, CODJT].<br />

concen (sopsap') v. To console, to<br />

plead, to entreat, to deceive. See<br />

coBceB, ceircen-.<br />

cop- (sor) To scatter, to spread.<br />

[const, of coop].<br />

cop^ (sor) To scatter, to spread.<br />

[pron. of coop]<br />

copeu (soram') m. Sediment, dregs<br />

(of wine).<br />

- a .T c o p e u (3&t'soram') adj. Clear,<br />

without turbidity,<br />

c o p e u (soram') Lost, confused,<br />

astray, [qual. of coo pen],<br />

copu^ (sorm) To stray, to lead<br />

astray, [pron. of coopeu]<br />

c o p u e c (sormas') f. Straying, drifting.<br />

c o p T (sort) m. Wool,<br />

coc^ (sos) To overturn, to destroy.<br />

[pron. of cooc, cwct (1)].<br />

c o t ^ (sot) To save, to redeem, [pron.<br />

of coof]<br />

c o T e p (sotar') v. Bent, curved, [qual.<br />

Of CWTCp, COOTHp (2)].<br />

c o t h p (soter') v. Bent, curved, [qual.<br />

of coovep, coovnp (2)].<br />

cottt (sotp) Chosen, selected, [qual.<br />

OfCOOTJT],<br />

cottt^ (sotp) To choose, to select.<br />

[pron. of coov it]<br />

c o t t t i (sot'pi) f. adj. Chosen, elect.<br />

See coottt<br />

c o t c b t (sotsat') v. To propel, to<br />

project, to catapult. See cevcooT.<br />

co Tq ^ (sotf) To purify, to strain.<br />

[pron. of coorq].<br />

coTq (sotf) Pure, clear, clean, [qual.<br />

of coovq]


c o v - 165 COYTOJN<br />

cot- (1) (sii) prf. for the day of the<br />

month.<br />

- c o v m (sii'w iy) The first day of the<br />

month.<br />

- c o v s i (suw i'ti) The fiirst days of<br />

the months.<br />

- c o v c m &v (sii'3e sn iv') The second<br />

day of the month.<br />

c o y o y h p (sii'3ii 3er') What day of<br />

the month? See ornp.<br />

c o y - (2) (sii) prf. meaning star. See<br />

c/or.<br />

covfie- (sii've) To circumcise, [const.<br />

of ceB/(1)].<br />

c o y B h o v t (siivetyiit') adj. Decent,<br />

respectable, circumcised, peculiar.<br />

See corB H T.<br />

c o y B h t-^ (siivet') To circumcise.<br />

[pron. of ceB/ (1)].<br />

c o y Bh t (siivet') Circumcised, [qual.<br />

of ceB/(1)].<br />

c o y Bh t (siivet') adj. Decent,<br />

respectable, peculiar. See<br />

c o rB n o rT.<br />

c o y h t (siiwet') Circumcised, [qual.<br />

of ceB/ (1)].<br />

c o v A & p io n (siidi'ryon) (Lat) m.<br />

Towel, handkerchief.<br />

coveN (sii'3Sn) m. Value, price. See<br />

coYeit^.<br />

c o v c n ^ (siPen) m. Value, price. See<br />

core/i.<br />

- N&s»e ifcoveMq (n i'sh e 3en<br />

siPenf') m. Expensive, valuable.<br />

- coBk Ncovenq (sobk 3en s£i'<br />

3enf') m. Cheap, inexpensive.<br />

co ve N - (sii 3an') To know, [const, of<br />

cooor/t, c a/or A/or].<br />

coygm (sii 3an') m. Knowledge. See<br />

also cwor/i.<br />

coyhn (sii 3en') Famous, [qual. of<br />

cooorn, c w orn or],<br />

c o y h t (su 3et') Circumcised, [qual. of<br />

ceB/].<br />

covin (sii' 3in) Famous, [qual. of<br />

cooorn, c w o r n or],<br />

covfci (sii'li) f. Veil, saddle cloth. See<br />

also co2u.<br />

covus.ni (siim i'ni) f. Sexual organs<br />

of males or females,<br />

covo (sii' 3o) m. Wheat, grain<br />

- covo e v ^ o p x (su'3o 3ev forg')<br />

Egyptian "Fereek".<br />

covpi (sii'ri) f. Thorn, thistle, fork.<br />

- epcovpi (3er sii'ri) v. To acquire<br />

thorns.<br />

c o v p o T (sii'rot) The planet venus.<br />

co vcio v (siisiyii') decorated,<br />

garnished, ornamented,<br />

covcov (sii'sii) m. Very short time,<br />

minute, moment, atom.<br />

C 0 Y T6 N - (siitan') to straighten.<br />

[const, of c o r toon, cooorTert],<br />

covtobn (siiton') v. To straighten, to<br />

make straight; m. Uprightness,<br />

forthrightness. See cooorTen,<br />

c o t t o n , c o r too/i -, corToon^,<br />

corTto/i.<br />

- 3eN o vco vTto N (khan 3ii' suton')<br />

adv. Uprightly.<br />

c o v t o o n - (suton') To straighten.<br />

[const, of c o r t w n ],<br />

c o v t o m ^ (siiton') To straighten.<br />

[pron. of c o r toon]<br />

c o v to jn (siiton') Upright, straight.<br />

[qual. of c o rT w tt, cooorTen],


COTtDM- 166 C p o q T<br />

cotoom- (sii'^on) To know, [const of<br />

cw o vN , coooynoy].<br />

covodn^ (su'3on) To know. [pron. of<br />

CWOYN, C(OOYHOY],<br />

cogua. (sofi'yS) (Gk.) f. Wisdom<br />

- 3fco$i&. (ti sofi'yS) The Book of<br />

Wisdom<br />

Co$onis.c (sofo'niyas') Book of<br />

Zephaniah<br />

co$oc (so'fos) m. adj. Wise, skilful,<br />

experienced.<br />

- $i2voco$oc (fi'lo so'fos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Philosopher.<br />

coq^- (sof) To defile, to be defiled.<br />

[pron. of cooq (1)].<br />

coq (sof) Defiled, [qual. ofcotq(1)].<br />

co&i (so'hi) v. To blame, to rebuke, to<br />

admonish, to chastise; m. Rebuke,<br />

blame. See cx.&o* c&&


cpooqT 167 CJCHT^<br />

cpooqT (3esroft') m. Leisure,<br />

relaxation.<br />

c t s X ion (stid'yon) (Gk.) m.<br />

Stadium.<br />

cT& e H Te (sti'theta') Stand up.<br />

[imper.].<br />

c t j l k t h (st&kte') f. Aloe, oil of<br />

myrrh.<br />

c t s -u n o c (stim'nos) (Gk.) m. Jar in<br />

which the manna was kept.<br />

CTaivpoc (stSv'ros or DestSv'ros)<br />

(Gk.) /J7. Cross. Eq. to &etiwN5.<br />

- Z/i'cT&vpoc (hi'Destliv'ros) v. To<br />

make the sign of a cross.<br />

- epcT&vpoji'HN (er'3estivro'nin) v.<br />

To crucify.<br />

CT3wYpoct>opoc (stiv'rofo'ros or<br />

3est§v'rofo'ros) m. Cross bearer.<br />

craLscorfc (stigiil' or ’es'tSgul')<br />

m. Spider.<br />

CTepe& ua. (sta're 3o'ma) (Gk.) m.<br />

Firmament.<br />

CTe$a.NOc (stefa'nos or 3es'te<br />

fa'nos) (Gk.) m. Crown, wreath.<br />

Eq.to x & oju.<br />

CTixa.piON (stikhar'yon) (Gk.) m.<br />

Tunic, sticharion (of a priest or a<br />

deacon). See also cix&p/ON.<br />

cTofcH (stole') (Gk.) f. robe.<br />

c t p &t i x . (striti'yi) (Gk.) pl.<br />

Principalities, soldiers.<br />

c t y X oc (sti'los) m. Pillar, column.<br />

C T V x e iii (3es'tika'mi) m. Black<br />

cumin.<br />

w m K H C (sin'genes') m. Relative,<br />

kinsman.<br />

CYJCouopea. (sikomora'yS) (Gk.)<br />

Sycamore tree. Eq. to noyz,!,<br />

e&tco.<br />

Cvueom (si'ma 3on') Simon. See<br />

also O yjuoun<br />

cYM$Nt& (sim' foni'yH) f.<br />

Sympnony, agreement. See<br />

(p(VN/.<br />

C vuom (simon') Simon. See also<br />

OYJueotN.<br />

cvms.’toos-h (sin&goge') (Gk.) f.<br />

Synagogue.<br />

cvNeeoc (sin tha'3os) (Gk.) With<br />

God’s help or blessing.<br />

cvnhAhcic (sine'the'sis) (Gk.) f.<br />

Conscience.<br />

cctiHit (3esfey'ti) m. Froth, foam.<br />

- 2/ic$Hit (hi' 3esfey'ti) v. To foam<br />

(at the mouth).<br />

ccj?ip (3es'fir) m. Rib, side. See<br />

C(ptp(OOYI.<br />

ccjjipuuovi (Desfiro 3ii'wi) pl. Ribs,<br />

sides, [pl. of b(ptp],<br />

c«t>05-voc (3esfon'ghos) (Gk.) m.<br />

Sponge.<br />

c $ o to y (3esfotu') m. pl. Lips, edge,<br />

shore (of sea), bank (of river),<br />

c^p& vic. (3esfri'gis or sfri'gis) (Gk.)<br />

f. Seal, imprint, proof.<br />

- epc^p& viziN (3er 3esfr£'gizin') v.<br />

To certify, vouch, attest.<br />

c$p&Ng) (3es 3efrinsh') n. Diviher,<br />

sorcerer, magician.<br />

cjc&i (3es kciy') v. To plow. See<br />

C XH T*.<br />

- peqcxw (ref'3es kiy') n. One who<br />

plows.<br />

cscHua. (3eske'mS or ske'mi) m.<br />

Outer form, fashion. Monk's<br />

eskeem.<br />

c x h t ^ (3es ket') To plow. [pron. of<br />

CXAt].


C5CIU 168 COONT<br />

c x iu (3es'kim) m. Gray hair. adj. With<br />

gray hair.<br />

coo (so) v. To drink; m. Drink, potion.<br />

See ce - co*, c a y .<br />

- ju&ncoo (m§'3en so') m. Bar,<br />

drinking place.<br />

- pcqcoo (ref so) n. Drinker.<br />

- peqceHpTT (ref sa 3erp') n. Wine<br />

drinker.<br />

- a.'Tcto (33t so') adj. Thirsty.<br />

- xinccb (jin so') m. Drinking.<br />

cooB (sob) v. To soak, to wet. See<br />

coon, ceB-, cen-, con*.<br />

cooBi (so'vi) v. To laugh, To play, to<br />

joke, to mock; m. Laughter, Joking,<br />

mocking.<br />

- c&sci ncooBi (s&'ji 3en so'vi) m.<br />

Joke.<br />

- 2/iq (soyf) m. Deranged, insane.<br />

co)K (sok) m. sackcloth. See also<br />

COK (1)<br />

cook (sok) v. To pull, to drag, to flow,<br />

to gather, to collect; m. Drawing,<br />

pulling. See c w k i , cetc-, c o k -,<br />

COK*.<br />

- peqcooK (ref sok') n. Driver, one<br />

who pulls.<br />

- sciNccoK (jin sok') m. Pulling,<br />

flowing, dragging.<br />

cooKi (so'ki) v. To pull, to drag, to<br />

flow, to gather, to collect. See<br />

COOK, C6K-, COK-, COK*.<br />

cook (sol) v. To scatter, to deceive.<br />

See co2i*, ch K .<br />

cookK (solk) v.To join, to unite, to<br />

attach. See c o K k , co2lk *.<br />

caokn (solb) v. To break, to cut, to<br />

uproot. See c o A n * co & n .<br />

cookq (solf) m. Sieve, sifter. See also<br />

co&q.<br />

cooksc (solg) To wipe, to erase, to<br />

vanish. See c e & x -, c o & x * .<br />

- a.TCook3C (3it solg') adj. unerased.<br />

co o u t (somt) v. To stretch, to strain,<br />

to be stretched. See coju t * .<br />

COU'T.<br />

cooni (so'ni) f. Sister<br />

- jbcncooni (shan so'ni) m. f.<br />

Nephew or niece on the sister's<br />

side.<br />

coonioot (son'yot) f. Aunt (The sister<br />

of the father).<br />

cqdnk (sonk) v. To suck, to suckle.<br />

See c c n k -, c o n k * .<br />

coonu&v (son'm iv) f. Aunt (The<br />

sister of the mother).<br />

c o o n t (sont) v. To create, to renew,<br />

to be created; n. Creation,<br />

creature. See c e n 'T -, COU'T*.<br />

- a-TCONT-^ (3it sont') adj. Not<br />

created.<br />

- peqcooNT (ref sont') n. Creator.<br />

- ora,2/eMcooHT (3u'w iham ' sont)<br />

m. Regeneration.


CU>N& 169 COBTeU<br />

- jb&.coon't (shisont') First creation.<br />

See S&&<br />

- xincoom t (jin sont') m. Creation.<br />

cot>N& (sonh) v. To bind, to be bound.<br />

See CGN&-, com ,*, corn,.<br />

- i*&nco»n& (m S'3en sonh') m. Jail,<br />

prison.<br />

- xincoon& (jin sonh') m. Binding.<br />

cwovfieN (so 3u'ven) m. Grass.<br />

cooovn (so 3un') v. To know; m.<br />

Knowledge. See coooynoy,<br />

CO YOON-, COYCN- COY (ON*,<br />

COVHN, COY/N, COYeN.<br />

v t c o d o v n (3§t'sd 3iin') adj.<br />

Ignorant.<br />

- «eTa.TCOi)O TN (met 3at'so 3iin') f.<br />

Ignorance.<br />

- peuNCWOVN (rem 3en'so 3iin') n.<br />

An acquaintance.<br />

- peqcooovN (ref'so 3tin') n. One<br />

who knows.<br />

scincojovn (jin'so 3un') m.<br />

Knowledge.<br />

- tcooovM &n (ti'so 3un'3Sn) I don't<br />

know.<br />

c o o o v n o t (so 3u'nu) v. To know. See<br />

COOOYN, CO YOON-, C0Y6N-,<br />

CO YOON*, COYHN, COY/N,<br />

caJOVTCN (so3ii'ten) v. To make<br />

straight, to straighten. See<br />

COY TOON, COYT6N-, COYTOON-<br />

COYTWN* COYTCON.<br />

c(ooy2,i (so 3u'hi) f. Egg.<br />

- ieficov&i (yab'so 3u'hi) Oval<br />

shape.<br />

cooov&i t h c (so 3ii'hites') f. Cataract,<br />

an opaque area on the lens of the<br />

eye.<br />

c


cooTep 170 cS-w<br />

- p eqcooTe u (ref so'tam) n. Hearer,<br />

obedient.<br />

cooTep (so'tar) v. To bend, to curve,<br />

to twist. See c o u v h p (2), covep,<br />

CO VHP, C&VHp.<br />

c o o t h p (1) (so'ter) (Gk.) m. Savior.<br />

Eq. to p e q c w f.<br />

c o o th p (2) (so'ter) v. To bend, to<br />

curve, to twist. See cw ve p ,<br />

covep, CO VHP, C&vnp.<br />

c o o ttt (sotp) v. To choose, to select;<br />

m. adj. Chosen, elect. See c e v n -<br />

, COVJT*, COV7T, CWVJT.<br />

- u c t c o o t i t (met sotp') f. Choice,<br />

election.<br />

- s c in c o o ttt (jin sotp') m. Election,<br />

choice.<br />

c o o ttt (sotp) Chosen, selected, [qual.<br />

Of CGOVJlj.<br />

- c tc o o ttt (3et sotp') Choice,<br />

select, superior, excellent.<br />

cooT q (sotf) v. To purify, to strain, to<br />

pour, to be cleaned; m. Purity. See<br />

ce vq -, co v y * covq, coovq.<br />

- peqcooTq (ref sotf') n. Purifier.<br />

cooTq (sotf) Pure, clean, [qual. of<br />

catvq].<br />

- uooov eqcooTq (mo 3u '3efsdtf) m.<br />

Pure water, clean water,<br />

cooq (1) (sof) v. To defile, to be<br />

. defiled; m. Defilement, pollution,<br />

abomination; adj. Defiled. See<br />

ceq-, coq* coq, C&q-<br />

- arcooq (3&t sof') adj. Undefiled,<br />

cooq (2) (sof) v. To strain out, to filter.<br />

coo5eu (1) (so'kham) v. To sink, to<br />

squeeze, to collapse; m. Collapse,<br />

crash. See c& £u*, c&3ett.<br />

cooSeu (2) (so' j


cSe- 171 ctJC& PlO N<br />

- peqceKcSM (ref sak' 3es khSy') n.<br />

Mailman.<br />

- xincS& i (jin' 3es kh&y') m. Act of<br />

writing.<br />

cSe- (3es kha') To write, [const of<br />

c£&/].<br />

cS h u (3es' l


3T&V (tav)<br />

Tav<br />

t abb. of the numeral 300; j b o u t<br />

S»e (shomt sha').<br />

t (Det) The definite article for sg. f.<br />

See also f, &.<br />

t i - (t§) My. poss. adj., 1st person sg.,<br />

possessed noun sg. f.<br />

T&fiip (tii'vir) m. Sanctuary.<br />

T& fiTefi (tSbtab') v. To invent, to<br />

formulate, to innovate; m.<br />

Innovation, embellishment.<br />

T&VU& (tigh'mS) (Gk.) m. Order (of<br />

angels), anything placed in order.<br />

Ta.eua.N (t3'Dethm3n') f. A person,<br />

any female person. Egyptian<br />

'Folana". See jua.ff.<br />

7 1 1 (tSy) adv. Here.<br />

- q TM s.m (3eft&y' D&n') Not here.<br />

7 i i - (t£y) This, demonst. adj. sg. f.<br />

t& iBi (tiy'vi) f. Casket, coffin, locker,<br />

chest, container. See also &hBi,<br />

cK h, eeBt (2).<br />

T & ie - (ti'ye)To honor, to respect.<br />

[const, of t a /o].<br />

T & ie u o v t (t&'ye mii'ti) v. To greet<br />

with honor, n. A greeting with<br />

respect. See n o v f (1).<br />

t &i h o v t (tiyiif) Honored,<br />

respected, influential, prominent,<br />

precious, shiny, [qual. of T it o ],<br />

c t t m h o v t (3et'tiyut') The<br />

honored.<br />

172<br />

T & K T O<br />

t& io (tS'yo) v. To honor, to respect;<br />

m. Honor, respect, praise, gift,<br />

donation, bribe. See vs./e-,<br />

T & /0 * T 3 U H 0 V T.<br />

- u m & io (m&y t&'yo) adj. The one<br />

who loves to be praised. See u&t-<br />

- 6'its.io (chi ti'yo) v. To have the<br />

honor. See


T & K T O ^ 173 T&OVO<br />

T A K T 6 -, T X .K T O * ,<br />

T & K T H O Y T .<br />

t & k t o ^ (tik'to) To surround, [pron.<br />

of T3LKT0].<br />

T&.fce- (ti'ie) To lift up. [const, of<br />

T&fto].<br />

T&fc.eiTa>pi& (tSIepo'ryi) (Gk.) f.<br />

Misery, hardship.<br />

Ta.fceiB


T&OVO^ 174 T&.2/N0<br />

- 3c in t«.ovo (jin tk :>u'3o) m. The act<br />

of recounting, explaining.<br />

Ti.oTO'*' (tci Du' 3o) To send, to<br />

proclaim, [pron. of T & o ro ],<br />

ts .it (t£p) m. Horn, status.<br />

T».npo (teip'ro) f. Mouth.<br />

t m t c (tips) f. Habit, custom. See<br />

also t o j t c (2).<br />

T& p (t£r) n. Small branch.<br />

T & p jc e - (teir'ke) To swear, [const, of<br />

'T&pKO],<br />

t* p k o (tSr'ko) v. To make an oath,<br />

to swear. See T& p ice -, vm pKO*,<br />

t& p k o ^ (tcir'ko) To swear, [pron. of<br />

TSLpKO],<br />

t ».P^h o t t (tSr'sheyiit') Increased.<br />

[qual. of T&ptt>o].<br />

T&.PS80 (tSr'sho) v. To increase, to<br />

multiply. See vs.p pe- vs.ppo*,<br />

T & p p H O V T .<br />

T&psoo^" (tcir'sho) To increase, [pron.<br />

of T& p p o ].<br />

T& coe- (tas'te) To return, to bring<br />

back, [const, of t& c o o ].<br />

7a.c©H0V7 (t&s'teyiit') Returned,<br />

brought back. [qual. of vs.ceo].<br />

Ta .ce o (teis'to) v. To return, to bring<br />

back; m. Returning,bringing back.<br />

See t &C06-, 'TS.C0O * coo*<br />

T A C O H O V T .<br />

- xin'T&coo (jin teis'to) m. The act of<br />

returning, bringing back..<br />

t &coo- (teis'to) To return, to bring<br />

back, [const, of v&coo],<br />

t ic o o ^ (tSs'to) To return, to bring<br />

back. [pron. of T&ceo].<br />

t? lT c i (tSt'si) f. Step, foot sole, foot<br />

print.<br />

- jae (sha' 3en tSt'si) f.<br />

Footstep.<br />

- (T it & t c i (chi tat'si) v. To follow<br />

the footprints. See


T & 2 ,N 0 ^ 175 T e f ic<br />

& T T & 2/N0 (3£t tSh'no) adj.<br />

Allowed, unhindered.<br />

- &.T(fNe TS.2/MO (3Stch'ne tSh'no)<br />

adj. Without hindrance.<br />

- 3CINT&2/MO (jin t&h'no) m. The act<br />

of hindering, obstructing.<br />

t&Z/NO^ (tih'no) To hinder, [pron. of<br />

TA&no].<br />

t s .^0 (tci'ho) v. To attain, to reach, to<br />

overtake, to catch, to hunt, to<br />

understand, to comprehend, to<br />