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The Abbreviated

Coptic - English

Dictionary

Adeeb B. Makar


THE ABBREVIATED

C O P T I C - E J N Q U S H

Adeeb B. Makar

Published by

St. Antonius Coptic Orthodox Church

San Francisco Bay Area, CA

2001


THE ABBREVIATED

COPTIC - ENGLISH DICTIONARY

By'.

Dr. Adeeb B. Makar

Published by:

St. Mina Monastery - Egypt

St. Antonius Coptic Orthodox Church

San Francisco Bay Area, California

2500 Hansen Road, Hayward, CA 94541

Tel: (510) 889-7035

Fax: (510) 889-0218

e-mail: matthias@antonius.org

http://www.antonius.org

Printed in: St. Mina Monastery Press.

First Edition, 2001

Catalog No.: 14687 \ 2001

ISBN No.: 977 - 5908 - 10 - X


FOREWORD

Since I met Dr. Adeeb Makar in the United States many years

ago, I have not ceased to ask him to issue a Coptic-English dictionary.

With this publication, I can now say that my dream has been fulfilled.

The Coptic language is the last phase of the evolution o f the

language o f the ancient Egyptians. The words “Coptic” and “Egyptian”

have the same meaning. The earlier phases o f the Coptic language,

represented in the Hieroglyphic and Hieratic alphabets, became so

difficult that the common person became unable to correlate their

phonics with his own. Hence, rose the Demotic phase, a much less

pictographic form than its two predecessors, but still inaccessible to the

growing needs o f daily life. With the coming of the Greeks and the

spread o f Christianity in Egypt, Demotic was found inadequate for the

reproduction o f the Christian scriptures.1 Egyptian scholars and scribes

transliterated purely Egyptian texts into the Greek alphabet. As that

alphabet could not cope with all the native sounds, they adopted the last

seven additional letters o f the Coptic alphabet from their own Demotic

script. In the course o f the latter half of the second century AD, the

Coptic language was used along with Demotic. By the end of the second

and beginning o f the third century, most of the books of the Bible had

been rendered in Coptic. The oldest Biblical codex in Coptic on papyrus

contains big portions of the Letters of St. Paul, and is estimated to have

been written around 200 AD.2

As for this book, The Abbreviated Coptic-English Dictionary, it is

my pleasure and honor to introduce it to scholars all over the world as a

great achievement. This dictionary is amazing in that it combines both

scholarship and simplicity. Scholars may highly benefit from it, and

beginners may easily use it.

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

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

Atiya, History of Eastern Christianity, Notre Dame, Indiana, University of Notre Dame

Press, 1967, pp. 17-19.

2 J. Finegan, Light from the Ancient Past, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1959,

pp. 352ff.


The author, Dr. Adeeb Makar, was raised in a family that is well

known in Egypt for its interest in the Coptic language and the Coptic

culture. Various churches and individuals in the USA and Canada

regularly consult him on matters that are related to the Coptic language.

Dr. Makar served as a member of the Liturgy Translation Committee of

the Diocese o f Los Angeles and the Diocese o f Southern USA. His

responsibility on the committee was to ensure that the English translation

would be consistent with the Coptic text of the Liturgy. He is frequently

asked to teach Coptic to the youth at Church camps in the USA.

I would like to extend my congratulations to the author for this

tremendous achievement, along with my best wishes for the great success

o f this well-edited Coptic-English Dictionary.

Fr. Matthias Farid Wahba

6/ 6/2001


INTRODUCTION

The Coptic language was the spoken language o f Egypt until

about the tenth Century AD when it was gradually replaced by Arabic. It

is described by Professor Rodolphe Kasser of the University of Geneva,

Switzerland as "one o f the most beautiful, most cleverly structured and

most musical in the world".

There are two major dialects in the Coptic language; namely the

Sahidic dialect and the Bohairic dialect. The Sahidic dialect is the one

studied in the major Coptology centers, and it is the language of most

Coptic manuscripts available at the present time. The Bohairic dialect is

the one used in the Coptic Church Liturgy, and it is also the dialect used

by the few families who use Coptic as their daily conversational

language.

Few dictionaries exist for the Coptic language. An extensive

standard Coptic English dictionary was compiled by the English

Professor Walter Crum in 1939. This dictionary includes Bohairic and

Saiidic dialects. Other dictionaries include the Coptic - Arabic dictionary

of Mr. Akladius Labib, published in 1895, and the Coptic - Arabic

dictionary o f Moawwad D. Abdel-Noor published in 1999.

The present dictionary represent a simple Bohairic Coptic -

English dictionary along with the traditional pronunciation of the Coptic

words. This pronunciation is the one currently used in the Coptic Liturgy

as well as by the few families who use Coptic as their daily

conversational language.

Minor variations exist in the pronunciation o f some words. In

such cases, the major variations are listed following such words.

Pronunciation o f words o f Greek, Hebrew, Latin or Aramaic origins

follows "the Coptic" pronunciation and not "the original language"

pronunciation.

I would like to express my thanks and gratitude to those who

helped in the collection and the review of this dictionary. Special thanks

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

iii


Other sounds and marks

gh heavy g, as in arabicg.

kh heavy kh, as in German Achtung, or Arabic £

/ Stress mark placed immediately following the syllable stressed in a

word. o

3 Glottal sound.

(as that before the "a" in react, the "o" in reopen or the second "e" in

reenter).

The sign (-) following an entry indicates that this entry is always prefixed

to another word.

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

always suffixed with the appropriate suffix pronouns. The following are

the most common suffix pronouns:

First person sg. i

First person pi. N

Second person sg. m. K

Second person sg. f. -

Second person pi. T6N

Third person sg. m. q

Third person sg. f. c

Third person pi. or


ABBREVIATIONS

abb.

abs.

adj.

adv.

Aram.

conj.

const.

Copt.

demonst.

Egypt.

Eq.

f.

Gk.

Heb.

imper.

interrog.

interj.

Lat.

lit.

m.

mean.

n.

part.

p.c.

Per.

Abbreviated

Absolute form

Adjective

Adverb

o f Aramaic origin

Conjunction

Construct form

o f Coptic origin

Demonstrative

of Old Egyptian origin

Equivalent

Feminine

o f Greek origin

o f Hebrew origin

Imperative

Interrogative

Interjection

o f Latin origin

Literally

Masculine

Meaning

Noun

Particle

Participum Conjunctivum form (Proclitic participle)

o f Persian origin

pl-

Plural

poss. Possessive

prep. Preposition

pron. Pronominal form (is suffixed with the sign 4 ).

prf. Prefix

pron. Pronoun, pronominal.

qual. Qualitative form

Sem. o f Semitic origin.

sg-

Singular

Syr. o f Syriac origin

V. Verb

vbl. Verbal


BIBLIOGRAPHY

W.E. Crum, A Coptic Dictionary. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979.

Thomas Lambdin, Introduction to Sahidic Coptic, Mercer University,

1983.

Richard Smith, A concise Coptic-English Lexicon, William B. Eerdmans

publishing Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan 1983.

ttiXc^icon n+&ctti n te NipeuNXHUi (Coptic - Arabic Dictionary),

Akladius Y. Labib, Wataniya press, Cairo, Egypt. 1895.

Tria.Nca.aci N't&CTTi NpeitNXHiu (Coptic -Arabic Dictionary),

Moawwad D. Abdel-Noor, El-masriyeen press, Cairo, Egypt.

1999.

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

Alexis Mallon, Grammaire Copte, Beyrouth imprimeries catholique

1904.

Nabil Mattar, A study in Bohairic Coptic; Hope publishing house,

Pasadena, California, 1990

Liddell and Scott, ed., The Greek-English Lexicon, 7th ed. 1994.

Oxford University Press.

J.T. Pring, ed., The Pocket Oxford Greek Dictionary, 1995

Oxford University Press.

Wesley J. Perschbacher, ed., The New Analytical Greek Lexicon, 1990,

Hendrickson Publishers, Inc., Massachusetts, USA.

Walter Bauer's, Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament, 2nd ed. by

W. F. Arndt and F. W. Gingrich, 1979, The University o f Chicago

Press.


The NKJV Greek English Interlinear New Testament, Thomas Nelson

Publishers, 1994 Nashville.

F.L. Cross, The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, 3rd ed.,

Oxford University Press, 1997.

W.E. Vine, Vine's Expository Dictionary o f Old and New Testament

words, New Jersey, Fleming H. Revell Company, 1981.

T.C. Butler, Holman Bible dictionary, Holman bible publishers,

Nashville, 1991.

J. Strong, New Strong's complete Dictionary of Bible words, Thomas

Nelson's publishers, Nashville, 1996.

M.G. Easton, Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Cresent Books, New York,

2ed. ed., 1989.

William Smith, A Dictionary of the Bible, Thomas Nelson Publishers,

Nashville, 1986.

A.S. Atiya, The Coptic Encyclopedia, MacMillan Publishing Company,

NY 1991.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword i £ Eksi 119

Introduction iii 0 0 120

Pronunciation Guide v n pi 133

Abbreviations vii P Ro 139

Bibliography viii C Seema 151

3V Alpha 1 X Tav 172

B Veeta 19 T Epsilon 184

3" Gamma 26 Fey 185

2s. Delta 28 x Key 194

6 Eyy 30 Epsi 199

F So-oo 48 10 Oo 200

£ Zeeta 48 {8 Shai 204

H Eeta 49 Fai 225

0 Theeta 51 i> Khai 227

1 Yota 60 t Hori 235

K Kappa 65 2C Ganga 251

2V. Lavla 77 O' Cheema 266

U Mey 83 16 Ti 277

W Ney 107

X


O

(Da l'fa )

Alpha

& abb. of the numeral One; m. o t«.i

(3uw3y' or 3uway'); f. o n (3Q'wi).

- ttioyw (pi 3tiw£y' or pi 3uway')

Sunday. (The first day of the

week).

&. abb. of the numeral 1000; (one

thousand). s»o (sho).

k (1) (Di ) vbl. prf. for first perfect

tense, before nominal subjects.

&. (2) (3ci) vbl. prf. for imper. of some

verbs, e.g.

- krt&Y (35n5v') Look. See n& r.

- korcDM (3£'3Qw6n') Open. See

orafn ( 1).

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

SVkpcim 35r8n') (Heb.) Aaron.

(mean. The exalted one).

(34vSn ) m. Color. See korx.tr.

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

object made of glass.

- c&Nkfi&scHiHi (sS'3en 3£'v§ je'ni)

Glass blower or seller. See c&tf

(3S 'vi) (Aram, or Syr.) Father; A

title used for the Pope, Bishops

and Saints.

&fift%.KOVU (35bb5kiim') The Book

of Habakkuk.

(3dbel') (Heb.) Abel. (mean.

Breath, vapor).

1 a -rre k o c

kfiHT (1) (3eivet') m. Monastery. See

also z.o yBh 't .

kftHT (2) (3Svet') Months, [pi. of

s.Bo 't ],

&Bin (3ci'vin) m. Cargo, burden, load.

kfiOKi (3S'voki) Crows, ravens, [pi. of

iSof/c].

&Bot (Di'vot) m. Month. See &£h t .

- niKoraci n&Bot (pi ku'ji 3en

3S'vot) The small month; the 13th

month of the Egyptian year.

k fip w u i (Sbr§ 3§m') (Heb.)

Abraham, (mean. Father of a

multitude).

3Xfip&u (3&bram' or 3§vrlim') (Heb.)

Abram, (mean. An exalted father).

&.&C(dn (3Svson' or 3Sbs5n') m. Wild

mint.

kBto (1) (3avo’) f. Fishing net.

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

See &/-.

kfico (2) (3£vo') f. Deposit money,

security money. See also koroo.

kfi«)K (33vok') Crow, raven. See

kSoKJ.

kv&eoc (3§ghS'thos) (Gk.) Good,

profitable, virtuous.

kv&TTH (3agha'pe) (Gk.) f. Love,

charity, generosity, a love feast.

- epkra.TTa.N (3er 3a'ghapan') v. To

love.

kv&TTHTOc (3aghape'tos) (Gk.) adj.

Beloved, worthy of love, dear. Eq.

to ite/rprr.

&rrefc.ia. (3§ngel'yS) (Gk.) f.

Message, tidings. Eq. to

ZljUeNHOVqi.

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

envoy, carrier of a message.


a v e k i 2 aeuov

ave2v.i (3ciga'li) (Gk.) f. Herd, flock,

a n a (33giy'£) (Gk.) f. Holy, saint.

See & vw c.

- t a n a (ti 3Sgiy'§) (Copt-Gk.) f.

Saint. Eq. to eHeeor&B.

a r ia z w (Dagiya'zin) (Gk.) v. To

sanctify.

- epa.via.zm (^er'^giyi'zin) v. To

sanctify.

aviacuoc (3&gy&z'mos or

3§gy^s'mos)

Sanctification,

(Gk.) m.

avioc (D3g'yos or 3igi'yos) (Gk.) m.

Saint, righteous, holy. See ar/a.

- TTiavioc (pi Diig'yos) (Copt-Gk.) m.

Saint. Eq. to


&© ttOVNK a & K U H N

a,euovHK (3Sth miink') adj.

Unending, continuous, unceasing.

See n o r h k (2)

a.euojai (3ath mo'shi) adj. Untrodden,

deserted (path). See juojgi.

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

desolate (land without water). See

juw or ( 1).

w n m (3ath na'y) adj. Merciless,

Cruel, hard-hearted. See m il (1).

- epa.erta.1 (3er 3£th na'y) v. To be

cruel, merciless, hard-hearted.

(3ath nah'ti) n. adj

Unbelieving, doubting, infidel. See

- (3er 3£th nah'ti). v. To

be unbelieving, doubting.

&eNofii (3ath no'vi) adj. Sinless, pure.

See n oBi .

a.eNov't (3§th nu'ti) adj. Godless. See

N o r f .

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

godless.

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

not apparent. See orourn,.

&.epe (3§thra') m. Twin.

&epev (1) (3athrav') pi. Twins,

a.© p e r (2) (3Sthrav') pi. Testicles.

&epH (3cithre') f. Twin.

SVewp (3eith6r') Hathor or Hatur, the

third month of the Egyptian

(Coptic) year.

m - (3&y) vbl. prf. for first perfect tense

sg. 1st person.

- (3£ynah'ti) I believed.

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

&i&i (DSy' 3&y') v. To grow, increase,

advance in age. See o/ (2).

(33y'33y') m. Growth, aging,

maturation.

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

derived from old Egyptian Ha-Ka-

Ptah or E-Ka-Ptah, meaning "the

house of the spirit of Ptah".

m k (D3yk) m. Dedication,

consecration.

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

consecrate.

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

consecrate.

a.isa&.N- (3ay shan') When I If I ...

(vbl. prf. for conditional tense sg.

1st person).

?uiaTeu- (Dciy esh'tem) When I don't

.., if I don't... (vbl. prf. for negative

conditional tense sg. 1st person).

&.K- (Dak) vbl. prf. for first perfect

tense sg. m. 2nd person.

- a.Ki (3&k 3iy') You came.

- a.Kcoo+ (3cik so'ti) You saved.

- s.KT«)NK (3ak tonk') You rose

(from the dead).

auc&.oa.p’TON (3a'k£th£r'ton) (Gk.)

adj. Impure, unclean.

&K&KI& (3§'k§ki'ya) (Gk.) f.

Innocence.

kKepeoc (3a'kera'3os) (Gk.) Meek,

humble..

&.KHC (3§kes') m. Undergarment,

underpants.

- NijakKHC (nish'3Skes') m. Pants,

wci (3&k 3iy') You came.

j.k?vh (1) (3§kle') f. Weasel.

(2) (3ikle-) f. Pot, vessel.

&KUHN (3cikmen') (Gk.) adv. Just,

yet, still.


&KP& .TON A z.'K& or

a,Kp«.TON (3§krS'ton) adj. Pure,

undiluted.

&Kpifia>c (3&krivos) (Gk.) adv.

Accurately, diligently.

& KC(»f (33kso'ti) You saved.

aK TiN (DSk'tin) (Gk.) n. Ray, beam.

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

annihilation.

&.kt(bhk (3Sk tonk') You rose (from

the dead).

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

snake, viper.

&Kjoa.N- (3Sk shSn') When you .., If

you ...(vbl. prf. for conditional

tense sg. m. 2nd person).

a K ju Te u - (3ak 3esh'tem) When you

don’t .., If you don’t ... (vbl. prf. for

negative conditional tense sg. m.

2nd person).

(1) (33l) m. Small stone, pebble

- it$e (^ P e m fa') m. Hail

stone. See also aA trT&/]

&2U&.1 (3S'lili) m. Field mouse.

&2iiovi (3ali 3U'wi) Lift up, raise

[imper. abs. of w&t]

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

pron. of w & i]

(3S'liji) m. Scum of metals,

fuller's earth.


a.2i?io$v?ioc 5. kuici

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

another tribe, foreigner. See

Qy&h.

a.fc.fc.a)Ki (3allo'ki) m. Banana,

k&oyoc Pcilo'qhos) (Gk.) Absurd,

unreasonable, without speech,

irrational.

8Aoh (D3lo'we) f. Aloe.

k^OK (3a'lok) m. Angle, corner,

k k o k i (3S'loli) m. Grapes.

- fioo Nk2voXi (vo'3en 3&'loli) f.

Vine. See Ba>.

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

Vineyard. See ia.&.

- 2£odBi rtkfto2vi (go'vi 3en 3&'loli)

Grape leaves. See xcvBi.

- uooov Nk&o&i (mo 3u'3en Dci'loli)

m. Grape juice. See uooov (3).

aA ov (3alu') m. f. Child, boy, girl,

maiden, servant. See k& w ovi.

- ueTkfc.ov (met'3alu') f. Youth,

boyhood, time of youthfulness.

- 01 Nk2\.ov (3oy'3en 3ali)') Young or

the one who tries to look young,

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

k h o x (3S'log) m. Thigh,

k h a m (3Slom') m. Cheese.

kXaaoYi (3alo 3Q'wi) pi. Boys and

girls, [pi. of kA or],

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

also e&st>wor.

(33lg3'y) pi. Whale(s).

ku&iov (3im li'ya) pi. Seas. [pi. of

ton],

&,u- (3Sm) prf. indicating a craftsman.

- &ujoe (3Sm'she) Carpenter; See

also &&JUjt>e.

ku&2iHx (33m3leg') v. To hug, to

embrace.

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

The act of hugging.

ku^?/j (3&m§'hi) v. Prevail, rule,

detain.

kus.e,i (3£m£'hi) m. Majesty,

authority, power, might,

kue (1) (^m a ') f. Hoe; a gardening

tool.

kue (2) (Dcima') m. Shepherd of

cattle. See kuHov.

kueovcoc (3a'methi'sos) m.

Amethyst; a precious stone. See

also kjueercToc.

kueevcTOC (3a'methis'tos) m.

Amethyst; a precious stone. See

also kue&vcoc.

kuehHC (3S'meles') (Gk.) n. Neglect,

disregard.

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

bueN T.

k ueTpH TO c (^ametre'tos) (Gk.)

Immense, beyond measure

k «H (3&me') Come (sg. f.) [imper. of

>7

kuHipi (3§me'ri) f. Inundation, high

water of a river.

kjUHN (Heb) (^m en') Amen, most

certainly, verily.

kuHp (3Smgr') m. Embrace, lap,

arms.

kuHOV (3Sme'yQ) pi. Shepherds of

cattle, [pi. ofkjue],

kuHja (3§mesh') m. Anvil.

s.ui&n'Toc (3§myan'tos) (Gk.)

Unstained, pure, unsoiled.

kuiN (3§'min) m. Pot or bowl of

pottery, clay, porcelain,

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


&UNOC 6 &N&B&0UOC

&unoc (3£mnos') (Gk.) m. Lamb. Eq.

to z, shB.

&unh (3§mne') f. Broom, sweeper,

kuoi (3im oy') interj. O I wish :

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

come ashore, to land. See juon/

(V,

kuom (2) (3§'moni) v To graze, to

feed, To sheperd, to lead, to show

the way. See u o n i (2), us.noy^,

JUeNNHT*, VtS.NI, JUX.NHOY,

UX.N-, jU&jUjUOW.

peqkuom (ref'3a'moni) n.

Shepherd,

kuom (3) (3§'moni) v. To hold,

control, seize. Sometimes followed

by e xe n (°ejan') or ztx e N

(hijan').

kuom (3) (3&'moni) m. Control,

seizure, capture,

kuom n t o t ^ (3§'moni 3entot') v.

Endure, be patient, withstand.

- ueTpeqkuoNi n t o t ^ f. (met ref

3a'moni 3entot') Patience,

endurance, self-control, long

suffering.

JDluoc (3&'mos) The Book of Amos,

kuov (Dcimu') Come (sg.m.) [imper.

of'/]

- kuov u n &i (Damu'Demn£'y) Come

here. (sg. m.)

kuovN (33mun') m. Honor, glory.

SiuovN (3cimun') m. An Egyptian

God. (mean, the hidden)

&upe (33mra') m. Baker.

aupH (3iimre') f. Baker.

&upnoY (3£mre'yQ) pi. Bakers,

aupia (3£mri'y§) f. Parrot, parakeet.

aupi&f (3amri'hi) m. Tar, pitch,

asphalt.

kuootNi (3cim6'yni) Come (pi.) [imper.

o f '/]

ausae (3amsha') n. Carpenter See

also zzjujge. See y e (2).

&.UJBHOV (3£mshe'yQ) Carpenters.

See also z, s.u ^ h o y . [pi. of

&ju$ye],

&n - (1) (Dcin) vbl. prf. for firstperfect

tense pi. 1st person.

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

We believed in You.

&n (2) (DSn) Negative particle, ’not,

no’.

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

know.

- a.N2ee (3§nja") not yet.

aN (3) (3cin) Interrogative word used

at the beginning of questions.

- aN cjae (3cin 3es’ she) Is it proper

to .. See eye.

aN (4) (3an) Collective numeral prf.

- aNa&wp (3an 3Shor ) Treasury,

storehouse. See k&


kNa.fia.THC I & N6CTH

kNa.fia.THC (33n3v3tes') (Gk.) m.

Horseman.

kN&VKH (3in§n'ke) (Gk.) n.

Necessity

kNa.rNt (3in'§ru'hi) f. Evening.

See also pov&t, &&N&poYZ,t,

kNa-pxta. (DanSrki'ya) (Gk.) f.

Anarchy, chaos, disorder.

kNa.cTa.cic (3§n£is't£sis') (Gk.) f.

Resurrection. Eq. to nxin'TWNq.

kN&T02vH (3inatole') (Gk.) East. Eq,

to JU&N^S./.

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

kNSvyj (3Snavsh') pi. Vows, oaths [pi.

of k/ra.{&].

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

Eq. to (pw^ert

kNa.3c«>piN (3inSkho'rin) (Gk.)

Withdrawal, retirement.

- epkNa.%(BpiN (3er 3Sni' kho'rin)

v. Withdraw, retire.

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

harbor, port.

kNecTH (3cines'te) (Gk.) Is risen

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


k N e x e c e e £

kNexecee (3a'nekes'te) v. To bear,

to be patient.

- epkNejcecee (3er 3§'nekes'te) v.

To bear, to be patient.

&nzh& (3oinzeb') f. School.

kffefi& (3£n'3ethv3') Tens of

thousands. See &B&.

&Neeuic (33n'themis) f. Chamomile.

8.NOHP (Anther') f. Hammer, sledge

hammer.

s.Neovc (3einthus') m. A small lizard.

a.N&px (3§n gog') m. Chief, head.

See x oox.

(3aksi'ya) (Gk.) f. Worthy,

deserving.

a.?ioc (3aksi'yos) (Gk.) m. Worthy,

deserving.


(3aksiy6'm£) (Gk.) Honor.

(3aksiyo's) (Gk.) adv. Worthily,

kov&n (3S'3QwSn#) m. Color

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

Gray, mouse-colored. See (pm.

kovfiHT (3£'3Qvet') m. Monastery

See also &Bht.

kovi kov&N (3i ' 3Q'wi 33'3Qw3n')

Multicolored,

kovm (1) (3S'3Q'win) m. Jaundice,

kovm (2) (3£'3Q'win) Yellow.

koviN (3) (3S'3u'win) Cargo, burden,

load. See kBm

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

security money. See kBw (2).

kovow (3§'30w6n'> Open, [imper. of

OYW N (1)].

kovooN- (3§'Duwon') To open, [const.

Of OY(VN (1)].

kira. (3£'p£) m. Apa Title Eq. to &BB&.

krra.eHc (3ipathes ) (Gk.) adj. Not

feeling pain.

kTi&.N'TS.N (D£p3nt§n') (Gk.) v. To

meet by a coincident.

- epkn&.MT&.M (3er'3£pantcin') v. To

meet by a coincident.

kn«.NTHJU8w (D3pante'm£) (Gk.) f.

Meeting by a coincident,

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

kn sp xH (^pir'she) (Gk.) f. First

fruits.

kir&c (3ipSs') adj. Old

- epkn&c (3er'3ip5s') v. To become

old.

- sctNepkn&c (jin'3er 3§pSs') m. The

process of getting old.

knaiTH (3&p£te') (Gk.) f. Deceit,

delusion, guile, lure.

9 k n o K T H

k n e ^n iziM (3ipel'pizin) (Gk.) v. To

lose hope.

- epkneJim ziN (3er' 3ipel'pizin) v.

To loose hope.

kTTep&NTON (3&'perein'ton) (Gk.)

adj. Eternal, boundless, infinite.

&moc (3ip'yos) (Gk.) Pear tree or

pear fruit.

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

ignorant, uneducated. Eq. to

s. T e m .

k TTic To c (3apis'tos) (Gk.) adj.

Unbeliever, traitor. Eq: to

&&N&Z, f.

jut&ovc (3§plus') (Gk.) adj. Sincere,

simple in heart. See also

2,S.JT&0 YC.

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

Generally, simply,

kTTO&&.zccee (3§po'th£zes'te) (Gk.)

v. To bid farewell.

- epkTToft.a.zecee (3er 3Spo'thS

zes'te) v. To bid farewell.

kTroa.e^ic (3cipothek'sis) (Gk.) f.

Manifestation, demonstration,

proof.

knoXHuoc (3Spothe'mos) (Gk.) adj.

Absent in a foreign country.

kiTOOHKH (3cipothe'ke) (Gk.)

Storehouse, barn. Eq. to a.nkz,oop

kTroK&2ivUnc (Gk.) f. (3i'p o k i

limp'sis) Revelation, disclosure.

- ^fkTTOKsAvtyic (Gk.) (ti

3§'pok£limp'sis) Apocalypse, The

Book of Revelation.

k iTO K TH (3cipok'te) The remainder.

The method to calculate the date

of feasts according to the calendar.


knoft.& viN 10 kpifiOHftlN

kno2i.«.vm (3ipo'lavin') (Gk.) f.

Enjoyment, pleasure.

knofc.&Ycic (D£po'l3vsis') (Gk.) f.

Enjoyment, pleasure.

knoXevoepoc (3Spolevthe'ros) m.

Slave, bound, restricted.

ajTohovia. (’cipologi'ya) (Gk.) f.

Verbal defense.

knocT&cia. (3apos'teisiy'3) (Gk.) f.

Apostasy

kTT0CTa.THC (^pos'tStes') (Gk.) n.

Apostate, deserter.

a.TrocToft.!KH (3§postolike') (Gk.) f.

Apostolic

&.ttocto^ikoc (3apos'toli'kos) (Gk.)

m. Apostolic.

kTTocTo&oc (3§posto'los) (Gk.) m.

Apostle.

knovc (1) (3§pus') m. Lame, without

the use of one's feet.

».ttoyc (2) (3cipus') m. Bald.

kTTo$a.cic (3ipo'fcisis') (Gk.) f. A

decision of the court, sentence,

verdict.

knvpoc (3api'ros) (Gk.) m. Without

fire, cold, cheerless, naive.

».p (3ir) m. Flatus, passing gas. See

also x o k c i.

- epa.p (3er Dir ') v. To pass gas.

&P&.&I&. (3&rib'y3) Arabia.

kp&fiHC (drives') n. Arabic.

- peukp&ftHC (rem 'drives') n. adj.

Arabic (person)

&pBoT(33r'vot) m. Scepter, cane,

staff.

a.pfi(OT (3§rvot') m. Scepter, cane,

staff.

kpe- (3Sra') vbl. prf. for first perfect

tense sg. f. 2nd person.

kpeTCN- (Cretan') vbl. prf. for first

perfect tense pi. 2nd person.

kpeTeNj0a.M- (3i'reten shin')

When you .., If you (vbl. prf. for

conditional tense pi. 2nd person).

kpeTeN joTeti- (3S'reten 3esh'tem)

When you don't ...If you don't ...

(vbl. prf. for negative conditional

tense pi. 2nd person).

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

goodness.

kpesa&N (3ireshSn') When .., If ...

(vbl. prf. for conditional tense

before nominal subjects).

kpes»a.N- (3§resh£n') When you .., If

you ... (vbl. prf. for conditional

tense sg. f. 2nd person).

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

don’t .., If you don't ...(vbl. prf. for

negative conditional tense sg. f. 2 nd

person).

kpe& (3cirah') v. To guard, to keep, to

study.

- u&.N&pe& (mei'3en 3£rah') m.

Guard post, watch tower.

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

watchman.

- xm kpe& (jin'3£rah') m. Act of

guarding.

kpHfi (3§reb') m. Down payment,

deposit of money, pledge.

kpHov (3ire'yQ) adv. Perhaps, if, may

be,

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

const, of tpt]

kpifioHoiN (3a'rivo'3ethin' or

3&'rivo'3ethin') Help, [imper. of

epBoke/N],


kpi'eai 11 & pXICYN & 5, a>5r0C

kpi'eui (3ari a'mi or 3iri a'mi) Know,

understand, [imper. of e w ]

kpieuoc (3irith'mos) (Gk.) m.

number. Eq. to h it/.

- Ilikpieuoc (pi 3irith'mos) The

Book of Numbers.

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

3i'ri kitiksi'yon) Account.. worthy

of. [imper. of Ka.'T&zton].

kpiKi (3a'riki or 3i'riki) m. Crime,

blame, fault, accusation.

- sceukpiKi (jem 3i'riki) v. Blame,

find fault with.

3V.pioTra.voc (3ar'yo pi'ghos)

Areopagus; Hill of Mars or hill of

Ares in Athens,

kpiori (3a'ri 3u'wi or 3i'ri 3u'wi) Do,

make [imper. abs. of '/p/]

a.pina.uevi (3a'ri p i mev'3i or 3i'ri p i

mev'3i) Remember me. [imper. of

epiT&jueri].

kpm eN uevi (3a'ri pen mev'3i or 3a'ri

pen mev'3i) Remember us. [imper.

of epnerfjuev/].

kpiTTpecfieviN (3a'ri 3epres'vevin' or

3i'ri 3epres'vevin') Intercede.

[imper. of epnpecBev/n].

kpicoBT (3a'ri sovt' or 3a'ri sovt')

Make a wall around, protect.

[imper. of epcoBv]

kpicTON (3iris'ton) (Gk.) m. Noon

meal, breakfast, banquet. Eq. to

l&OTTC.

kpjcvN5co>pjM (3a'ri sinkho'rin or

3i'ri sinkho'rin) Forgive, absolve.

[imper. of epcr/rxutpw].

k p iT ^ (3arit' or 3irit') Do, make.

[imper. pron. of /pi]

k p i$ u e vi (3a'ri-efmev'3i or 3i'ri-

efmev'3i) Remember, [imper. of

epfyuev/].

kpijy$Hpi (3a'ri 3eshfe'ri or 3i'ri

3eshfe'ri ) Marvel, [imper. of

ep&tpHp]

k p iiu o T (3a'ri 3eh'mot or 3i'ri

3eh'mot) Grant that.., please.

[imper. of e p i,m o t ],

kpi2/YTT0JU0NiN (3a'ri hipomo'nin or

3i'ri hipomo'nin). Be patient,

endure. [imper. of

ep&YTTOJUON/N].

kpoja (3i'rosh) m. Cold, frigid, icy,

chills.

k p p o c (3i'ros) m. Rice.

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

ancient. Eq. to kns.c.

a.p5CH (3ir'she) (Gk.) f. Beginning,

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

in combination form].

a.pxH 5-oc (3arshe'ghos or

3irshe'gos) (Gk.) m. chief, leader,

prince.

a.p5cia.vre?s.oc (3ir'shi 3inga'los)

(Gk.) m. Archangel.

&P5Ci2ua.K0N (3ir'shi thiya'kon) (Gk.)

m. Archdeacon.

a.pxrenicKOTroc (3ir'shi 3epis

ko'pos) (Gk.) m. Archbishop.

a.p5cfeperc (3ir'shi 3erevs') (Gk.) m.

Archpriest, chief priest, high priest.

&pscuua,NlpiTHC (3ir'shi min

3eth'rites') (Gk.) m. Archimandrite,

head of a monastery or a group of

monks.

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

go'gos) (Gk.) m. Ruler of a

synagogue.


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

a,p5CiTeKT


&c$ami 13 & T 0 V T & 2 /

&cjyumi (3§s sho'pi) It happened

that. (Impersonal expression).

(3at) prf. Eq. to "not, without, un-,

in-, -less". Used with words

starting with letters other than B, p,

n , A, o or it. See also

(3it 3cich'ni) adj. Pure, clean,

unspoiled, spotless. See 9.6 ' m

efioX (Dat' vol 3a'vol). adj.

Unsolvable, complicated,

indestructible, permanent. See

Book. eBoX.

s.Teui (3at 3a'mi) adj. Ignorant,

unaware. See but.

ATepxiN iop (3it '3er jin'yor) adj.

Cannot be crossed. See xrniop.

&.Tep&o2u (3§t'3er ho'li) adj.

Indestructible, imperishable. See

e,o&/

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

Unemployed, idle, lazy. See &


aw Tovd) 14 a.T«>ss}eu

?kTov (’it '’esvo') adj. Ignorant,

uneducated, undisplined. See

cBoo.

a.Tcefii (’it sa'vi) adj.

Uncircumcised. See ceBt (3).

a.TceuNi (’it sem'ni) adj. Unsettled.

See ceum .

a.Tct (’it si') adj. Insatiable. See ct.

5.TCINI (’it si'ni) adj. Impassable,

imperishable. See ctm

&TCHOV (at'seyu') adj. Timeless. See

CHor.

a .TC ^& t (’i f ’esli'ti) adj. Not

stumbling. See cKs. f.

8.TCUH (Dit 'Desme') adj. Voiceless.

See c ju h

6 .tc u o t (’it ’es'mot) adj. Without

form. See c j u o v .

&TCNoq (’it ’es'nof) adj. Bloodless.

See CNoq.

a.'Tcofi't (’it sov'ti) adj. not ready,

unprepared. See coBf

a.TcoMT-^ (’it sont') adj. Not

created. See c w n t .

s.'tco) (3it so') adj. Thirsty. See coo.

a.TctwovN (’it'so 3un') adj. Ignorant.

See cotovn.

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

wandering astray. See coopeu.

a.TCGDTeu (’it so'tam) adj.

Disobedient. See cooveju

&TC


a.Tssa.?^ 15 & T2C 0CeU

a.Tjsa.?v. (3it shil') Toothless. See

&&& (2).

&Tjaa.Y (itshiv') adj. Useless,

worthless, crude. See p a r (1)

^Tjaefioisa (3it'shevoysh') adj.

Reckless, heedless, wild.

a.TsseuHp (3it'shemer') adj.

Unleavened. See yeuH p.

Seep/

(3it shi') adj. Immeasurable.

».TSBHpi (3it she'ri) adj. Without child,

childless

a.TSaeopTep (3it 3esh'tortar') adj.

Calm, unperturbed

a.TjaiB't (3it shiv'ti) adj.

Unchangeable

&.TjyiTTi (3it shi'pi) adj Unashamed.

See jytTTt.

&Tg)2^H2v (3it '3eshler) adj. Without

prayer.

a.TSHTa.e,oq (3it 3eshti'hof) adj.

Incomprehensible. See tbl&o.

a.Tjaawi (sho'ni) adj. Without

sickness. See &(d n i.

ZcTSSOoqT (3it shoft') adj.

Unmistaken. See g w q T .

a.TajSe’TSooTq (3at 3esh'khet khotf')

adj. Unsearchable, cannot be

examined. See £>eT3 w r ^ .

an-jBSooNT (3it '3esh khont') adj.

Unapproachable. See 3 w n t .

&,Tj5a.e (3it khi 3a') adj. Without end.

See £>&'e.

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

Unexamined, unsearched. See

,5ew5«wT<

a.'TSici (3it' khi'si) adj. Without labor,

without toil. See Sict.

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

not ripped. See £ tf.

&.t£poy (3it '3ekhro 3u') adj.

Speechless, voiceless. See

Spwov.

(3it khont') adj. Not

approached. See £f(3).

(3it ho'ti) adj. Tax-free. See

a.T3cou (3it' gom) adj. Weak, feeble,

impotent. See x o u .

- o v2/(»B N&.TXOM (3uhob'3en 3it

gom') An impossible thing. See

z,wB (1).

a,TS£oceu (3it'gosam') adj. In peace,

unperturbed. See scoceu.


a.Taca>K 16 kOT

«.Tac5K. (3ivgol') To bury, to cover.

a,vjs)a.N- (3iv shan') When they .., If

they... (vbl. prf. for conditional

tense pi. 3rd person).

& vju Te u - (3iv 3esh'tem) When they

don’t .., If they don’t ... (vbl. prf. for

negative conditional tense pi. 3rd

person).

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

title for the leader or chief. See

kcpHOY/.

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

Headache. See kcv@

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

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

k(pe],

a.^oa.p'TOH (3ifthir'ton) adj.

Imperishable, everlasting. See

4>0&P,t o n .

k 'p H 'T.

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


k$oi {3ci fofi) pi. Giants, [pi. of

ifpOKp].

SSi^piKia. (Dafrik'ya) Africa.

k (>dfOf) m. Giant, mighty. See

kpi (3§kho'ri) m. Asp.

(^khom 'fit) m. Alphabet.

(3ah£') Yes. See also ce (1).


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

- Nefik&t (nab 3£'hi) A person with a

long life-span.

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

a short life-span.

- Nose Nk&i (nog'3en 3i'hi) Long life.

See nose.

k&o (1) (3i'ho) m. Treasure, hidden

treasure. See k&aop.

k&o (2) (3i'ho) m. House, dwelling

k&o (3) (3i'ho) m. Guest, stranger,

foreigner.

k&oju (3i'hom ) m. Moan and groan,

sigh.

- qik&oju (fi'3i'hom ) v. Moan and

groan, sigh.

k&p (3cih6r') pi. Treasures, [pi. of

kz,o].

- &Nk&a>p (3§n'3ahor') pi. Treasury,

store house,

k&ov (3cihQ') Behind, back.

- e$&&ov (3efihCT) Towards the

back.

- ca.$&e/OV (sifcihu’) Behind.

- 2/ia.2/OV (hifihO') Behind.

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a.(T phn

ksce- (3ija'J Say. [imper. const, of

xa>].

ksco^ (Dci'go) Say. [imper. pron. of

X(Oj.

kscoc (3ei'gos) Say. [imper. of sew],

&.3ciT(:,agp) f. Hour, watch.

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

- (ti 3ig pi'yi) The Book of

the Hours.

kacoo (1) (3Sgo') f. Viper, snake.

ksc


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B h t* . (ve'ta)

Veeta

1 abb. of the numeral Two; m. cnay

(3esnSv'); f. CNOvf (3esnu'ti).

- tticn&v (pi' 3esn&v') Monday. (The

second day of the week).

Ba.a.2i (bill) (Heb) A Phoenician or

Assyrian Diety. (mean. Lord,

owner)

B&.Bt2vo)n (bci'bilon') (Akkadian)

Babylon, (mean, confusion?)

Ba.euTTi (v i 3em'pi) m. f. Goat

ua.NBa.euTT! (m§n'v3 3em'pi) n.

Shepherd of goats.

Ba.ouoc (vlith'mos) (Gk.) m. Step,

rung of a ladder, rank.

Ba.i (1) (vciy) m. Prize, reward

Bat (2) (v£y) m. Owl, night raven.

Ba.i (3) (v£y) f. Branch of a palm tree.

Ba.i (4) (v£y) f. Writing stylus.

B&ipt (vS'yri) f. Basket.

Ba.Ki (vi'ki) f. City, town, country.

- peuuB& Ki (rem'Demv£'ki) n. adj.

Citizen, patriot.

- u e Tp e u u fia .K i (met'rem 3em

vli'ki) f. Citizenship, patriotism.

Ba.Kua.eoYi (vSk'mcithii'wi) n. adj.

Poisonous (snake, ..) See

u&eovi.

fia.KTHpia. (vakter'ya) (Gk.) f. Stick,

| staff, cane.

fia.KS»a.p (vikshlir') n. Tanner of

leather. See j»a.p.

fia,2v (v3l) m. Eye

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

- u e Ta.TfiaA (met'3dtvdl') f.

Blindness, ignorance.

- ovfiah 5a. ovBafc. (3uv§r kh£

3uv§l') An eye for an eye. See £&

(3).

- piKi ufiaifc. (riki 3emv£l') m. A

blink, a twinkling of an eye.

- CHim uBa,k (sey'ni 3em vSI') n.

Ophthalmologist. See c h i n i.

- ZjI MorfiaX (hi 3en'3u'v£l') v. To

cast a glance on someone or

something.

Ba2va.Noc (valci'nos) (Gk.) f. An

acorn.

BaAfiam (valvon') m. Evil eye.

BaXKov (vSlktT) f. Jug, bottle.

Ba.2s.uB(»K (vSPemvok') adj.

Flatterer, sycophant, one who pays

insincere flattery to superiors.

fia&OT (vci'lot) m. wild donkey.

B&kca.uoN (v§ls§'mon) m. Balsam

tree.

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

simple-minded,. See z , h t ( 1).

fiMTTicua. (vSptiz'mi) (Gk.)

m.Baptism. Eq. to xmoojutc

B m ttic th c (vSptistes') (Gk.) m.

Baptizer, one who dips, baptist.

Eq. to peqfwjuc

fia,p (b£r) (Syr. or Aram.) Son

B a p a M a c (bS'rSbSs') Barabbas.

(mean. Son of the father)

fia.pfia.poc (v§rv3'ros) (Gk.) m.

Barbarian, uncivilized.

fia.pHiT (vire'yit) m. Adult male goat.

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


B&PN&.&&.C 2 0 Be2v.eu>N

Ba.pNa.fia.c (bSmS'bis) Barnabas.

(mean. Son of consolation)

B&poc (v&'ros) (Gk.) m. Weight,

burden, heavy load. Eq. to eT

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

animal food such as grains.

B&Poot (v&rot') m. Brass, bronze.

fi&PSSiN (vir'shin) m. One who

repairs and mends things.

Ba.c^ (vcis) To saw. [pron. of Bier,

OYtCt (1)].

Ba.ca.NiziN (Gk.) (v&s£'nizin') v. To

torture, to examine closely.

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

To torture, to examine closely.

fia.ca.N0c (vSsi'nos) (Gk.) m. Torture,

Pain.

Ba.ci2v.evc (vS'silevs') (Gk.) m. King.

Ba.ci2v.i?w (vS'silivS') (Gk.) f. Kingdom.

Bx.c i2v.i k h (vasilike') (Gk.) adj. Royal,

kingly.

Bs.c i2v.ik o c (vasili'kos) (Gk.) adj.

Royal, kingly.

Ba.ci2s.i0N (v^sii'yon) The Books of

Kings

- £ Ba.ci2v.i0N (vSsil'yon 3irwi).

The Book of 1 Kings

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

The Book of 2 Kings

Ba.ci2v.iCKoc (v£'silis'kos) (Gk.) m.

Egyptian cobra

Ba.ci2v.icca. (v3'siliss&') (Gk.) f.

Queen.

Ba.cic (vi'sis) (Gk.) f. Base, step,

foot,

Ba.CNHT (vlisnet') n. Metal worker.

See also BecNHT.

fia.covp (vSsur') m. Antimony.

Ba.Toc (1) (vS'tos) (Gk.) m. Bush,

small tree.

B&toc (2) (va'tos) (Heb.) m. A liquid

Hebrew measure, bath, of about 8

or 9 gallons.

Ba-ss- (vcish) To undress, to uncover.

[const, of Bw&]

Ba-ja^ (vcish) To undress, to uncover.

[pron. of Boost)]

fia.^i (vci'shi) m. Mummy, corpse.

Ba.saop (vS'shor) f. Fox.

Ba.saovp (vishiir') f. Saw, cutting tool.

- po «fia.soovp (ro'3em vSshur') m.

The cutting edge of a saw.

Ba.js)ovsu (vishush') m. Rue; a strong

scented herb.

Ba.e,iu (vih'mi) f. Upper room. Story

in a building, apartment. See also

OY&&W.

Ba.&tti (vih'mi) pi. layers, folds,

covers.

fia.&ci (vih'si) f. Heifer, a young cow,

calf.

Ba.+ (va'ti) pi. Ribs. [pi. of Bh t ].

Befii (va'vi) v. To overflow, gush out,

pour out, flood.

- ueTpeqfiefii (met'ref va'vi) f.

Outpouring, overflowing, flooding.

Bee2v.7;eBov2v. (bal'zebiil') Beelzebul,

a name applied to the prince of

Devils or the ruler of the demons.

Also written as BeK 7. eBov A.

BeeH2v. (bath Del') (Heb.)

Bethel (mean. The house of God)

fie2i- (val) To dissolve, to disintegrate

[const, of Ba>A/

Be2v.zeBov2v. (bal'zebul') Beelzebul.

See BeeA xeBovK .

Be2v.«(i>N (1) (velthon') n. Lion.


fiekeam 21 fiejce

fie2veam (2) (velthon') adj.

Courageous, lion-hearted.

fie&2ve (vel'le) m. A blind person.

See BeAAn, B e A A e r.

- ueTfie& A e (met vel'le) f.

Blindness.

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

blind.

fieftAev (vellav') Blind persons, [pi.

of Be A Ae, Be A A h],

Be2v.&H (velle') f. A blind person. See

BeAAe, B e A A e r.

the palm tree.

(velhol') f. Date, the fruit of

Behsc (velg) f. Pottery, clay.

Bern (va'ni) f. palm tree, dates.

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

branch of a cluster of dates on a

palm tree.

- cepfieNi (ser va'ni) f. Thorns of the

palm leaves

- xa.q n Bc n i (kSPen va'ni) m.

Trunk of the palm tree.

- joeNfiem (shen va'ni) m. Thread

like fiber of the palm tree.

BeNi&uiN (benyamin') (Heb.)

Benjamin (mean. Son of the right

hand)

fiemm (veni'pi) m. Iron, utensils

made of iron.

- tfieNriTi (ti'veni'pi) v. To put a

stamp on a document, to sign.

fieNNH (venne') f. Door entrance,

threshold of a door.

ficNxi (ven'ji) f. Elephant's trunk,

fiepfiep (1) (vervar') v. To boil, foam,

froth.

fiepfiep (1) (vervar') m. Boiling,

abundance, profusion.

fiepfiep (2) (vervar') To cast away,

throw away, [const, of BopBep]

fiepfiip (vervir') f. Thrown object,

projectile.

fiepfioop-^ (vervor') To cast away,

throw away. [pron. of BopBepj.

fiepe&i (vera'hi) f. Cart, wheel, car.

See also hpez,t (2), ttBpez,/ (2).

fiepetTooovTC (veret'sho 3iits') f.

Car, chariot,

fiepi (va'ri) adj. n. New, young.

- tpouTTi jufiepi (ti rom'pi 3em

va'ri). The new year. See potunt.

- epfiepi (^er va'ri) v. To renew, to

become renewed.

peuitfiepi (rem'^em va'ri)

n.Young, new.

- ueTfiepi (met va'ri) f. Newness,

youth.

- iiBepi (’em va'ri) adv. Newly,

recently, anew.

fiepci (ver'si) m. A vegetable used

to give flavor to foods or salads,

fiepctu (versim') m. Clover. Egyptian

'bersim'. See also -fp/ju.

fiepT (vert) m. f. Rose, rose color.

See also ovepT.

fiepjsHov (vershi'yu) m. Coriander

plant or its seeds,

fiepsao (versho') m. Sinner,

despicable, worthless.

fiecN&.+ (vesn^'ti) pi. Metal workers.

[pi. of BeCNHV],

fiecNHT (vesnet') m. Metal worker.

See Becns. f.

fie-T fieT (vetvat') f. Peas.

fieTC (vets) n. War. See Bctrrc

fiexe (va'ke) m. wage, reward. See

BexH or.


BexHor 2 2 Bit

- x.TBexe (3at va'ke) adj. Without

wage, without reward.

- peuBexe (rem va'ke) n. Hired

hand, hired person.

- (fiB exe v. To receive a wage

- tfiexe V. To give a wage or a

reward.

Bs x h o v (vaki'yii) pi. Wages,

rewards, [pi. of Bexej.

Bess (vash) pi. Unripe figs.

fiesafioojB (veshvosh') v. To strike, to

beat up, to smash.

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

howl.

Be&Be& (vehvah') m. Barking,

howling.

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

tool.

BescBtosc^ (vegvog') To chew. [pron.

of o r o x o r e x , o ro x B e x j.

B cxh n (vejen') n. Bamboo like marsh

plants.

Besci (va'ji) pi. Falcons, [pi. of Bh x ].

BhB (vev) m. Cave in a mountain,

hole, den, tunnel.

BHO&.NI&. (vethan'ya) (Heb.)

Bethany, (mean. House of misery)

B ite h e e u (veth'le 3am') (Heb.)

Bethlehem (mean. House of

bread)

Bhoc&i&.& (veth'say'da) (Heb.)

Bethsaida (mean. House of

fishing)

Bho&vh (veth'fa'ge) (Heb.)

Bethphage (mean. House of unripe

figs)

Bh& (vel) Loose, untied, dissolved.

[qual. of B2i kBo&j.

BhXXs. (vel'la) m. letter, message.

Bhms. (ve'ma) (Gk.) m. Judgment

seat, tribunal.

fiHpvkkoc (veril'los) m. f. Beryl; a

precious stone.

Bhni (ve'ni) m. Swallow, a small bird.

B h t (1) (vet) m. A branch of a palm

tree

Bh t (2) (vet) f. rib, side.

Bh t (3) (vet) defiled, dirty, sinner.

[qual. of Bo f (2)].

- e T fiH T ^ e t' vet) defiled, dirty,

sinner. See B of(2).

B h tch (vet'se) m. f. War monger,

enemy in war. See Borrc

Bhjb (vesh) Naked, undressed, [qual.

of Bcvp]

- peqfiHjo (raf vesh') n. A naked

person.

Bhx (veg) m. Falcon.See Bex/.

BiB2v.oc (bib'los) Bible book.

Biki (vi'ki) m. Horse's strap.

Bins.sc (vinSg') m. Dish, saucer.

Bini (vi'ni) f. Crucible to melt metals.

Bioc (vi'yos) (Gk.) m. Life, Biography.

Bip (vir) m. Basket made of palm

leaves.

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

B & c ^ o y &c <

Biac (1) (vig) m. Dice.

Biac (2) (vig) m. The stone in a ring.

B m (vi'ji) v. To submerge under

water, To drown.

Bi-t (vi'ti) v. To dry up and whither

away.


Bit efiofc. 23 fiot

B it efio2v. (vi'ti a'vol) v. To dry up

and whither away.

ftka. (eb'lei or ev'li) f. Drum, a

musical instrument.

62v.».Bh (evl&'ve) f. Disaster, tragedy,

catastrophe.

Bohoi*. (vo Dethi'ya) (Gk.) f. Help, aid,

rescue.

- epfioHem ^er'vo 3ethin') v. To

help.

fiOHOoc (vo'3ethos) (Gk.) m. Helper,

assistant, rescuer.

Boki (vo'ki) v. To conceive, to be

pregnant, to be filled. Used as

epBojci, juB o k /

- epfioKi (^er'vo'ki) v. To become

pregnant.

- juBo k i (1) (3em'vo'ki) f. A pregnant

woman

itfioKi (2) (3em'vo'ki) m.

Conception, pregnancy.

- NHeTeitBoKi (ne 3eta' 3em' vo'ki)

Those who are pregnant.

aciNuBoKi (jin'3em vo'ki) m.

Conception.

Bo?v. (vol) Outside, away.

- iifiok. (Dem'vol) To the outside.

- ufio?v. (n§v 3em'vol) To see,

after being blind.

- eBofc. (3a'vol) To the outside.

- k&BoTl (kS'vol) v. To vomit, to

throw up.

- ca.Bo!fc. (si'vol) The side on the

outside.

Bofc.^ (vol) To dissolve, to

disintegrate [pron. of Booh] .

fio&c (vols) Leaning, tilting, inclined.

Bon (von) n. Someone, something

some. See also o r o n (2).

Bom NiBeN (von nivan') Every one.

See also o r o n n /Bc n .

Boni (vo'ni) m. Evil, envy, harm,

injury. See Boon.

- epfioNi (3er'vo'ni) v. To do evil, to

envy, to harm, to injure.

- peqepfioNi (rePer vo'ni) n. Evil

doer, envious.

- ueTpeqepBom (met'ref 3er vo'ni)

f. Envy, evil, harm.

- lepfioNi (yer'vo'ni) f. Evil eye.

BoNt (von'ti) f. English cucumber.

- (T?i.02£ jufioNt (Dech'log 3em

von'ti) f. English cucumber.

fiopfiep (vorvar') v. To throw, to cast

away, to expel.

Bopfiep (vorvar') m. casting away,

expulsion. See BepBep-,

BepBwp<

Bopfiep efioft. (vorvar' 3a'vol) v. To

throw out, eject, cast away.

Bocep (vosar') m. Oar, paddle for a

boat. See also o r ocep.

B oct (vost) Dry, roasted.

fioTfieT (votvat') adj. Grassy, green.

fiovkevTH C (vu'levtes') (Gk.) m.

Counselor, member of the

Sanhedrin, senator.

fiov2/i (vu'hi) m. Eyelid,

fiojafieje (voshvash') v. To strike, to

beat up, to smash. See also

oro&oreyo.

fioq (vof) m. Lung,

fio&t (vo'hi) m. Ditch, trench, gutter,

fiot (1) (vo'ti) m. Grains of barley,

wheat, green vegetables. See

Boo f, oroo f (2), oro f.


fiot 24 fiODjy eBo?v

Bof (2) (vo'ti) v. To be defiled, to be

corrupted, to be soiled, to defile.

See B ht(3).

Bot (2) (vo'ti) m. Corruption,

abomination, contamination,

anathema.

- oi liB ot (’oy'^em vo'ti) To be

defiled.

- (fiB o t (chi'vo'ti) v. To become

defiled.

- k&fiot (13'vo'ti) adj. Sodomite,

dirty, stained with sin.

llp&i (3evr§y') m.Grains of barley,

wheat, etc. See also jutBps.t,

eupAi.

fepe&i (1) (3evra'hi) m. Tar, pitch. See

also juhpe&i (1), epnpez,!.

fepe&i (2) (Devra'hi) f. Cart, wheel.

See also uBpe&i (2), Bepe&t.

ftpHOvi (3evre 3u'wi) pi. Baskets, [pi.

of Btpj.

fepHSC (3evreg') f. Lightning. See

eBpHSc.

Boo (vo) f. Tree

- Bo> n&.?v.o2v.i (v6'3en Da'loli) f. Vine.

See &A.o2l/

Book (vok) m. Slave, servant.

- epB(»K (3er'v6k) v. To serve as a

slave.

- jueTfitBK (met'vok) f. Servitude,

. slavery.

Booki (vo'ki) f. Maiden slave, servant

girl.

Baofc. (vol), Book eBo?v. (vol 3a'vol) v.

To loosen, to untie, to melt, to

dissolve, to become morally loose,

to become weak, to disintegrate,

See Bek-, Bh2v, Bo2kA

Book (vol), Book efioft. (vol 3a'vol) m.

Dissolution, melting, decay of

morals, disintegration, nullification,

collapse, interpretation.

- peqB& efioft. (ref vol 3a'vol) n.

The one who solves problems,

interpreter,

- &tB


fioa&eu (vo'ham) v. To sing a hymn,

to chant.

&(0&eu (vo'ham) m. Hymn, church

chant.

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peq&to&eii (ref vo'ham) n.

Chanter in a church, cantor.

a » + (vo'ti) m. Grains of barley,

wheat, green vegetables. See

B o f (1), o vo f, o r a r f (2).


Y 26 Srp & im a ,,T I K H

(qham ma)

Y abb. of the numeral three; m.

jo o u t (shomt); f. saouf (shorn'ti).

- ttisuout (pi shomt') Tuesday. (The

third day of the week).

- pegjouT (ra shomt') One third.

"S’a.fipiHh (qhabriyeD (Heb.) Gabriel.

(mean. Man of God).

vaza. (gha'z£) (Per.) f. Treasure,

Chest to keep money.

s-&.7 .oc}nr2\.&,KiON (ghi'zo filSk' yon)

(Per-Gk.) m. Treasury, Treasury of

the Jerusalem temple,

v a ^ a (ghi'lci) (Gk.) m. Milk. Eq. to

epcvf

"S’z A & th c (gh§l£t€s') The Epistle to

the Galatians

va^HNHC (gh&lenes') (Gk.) f. Gentle,

Calm or nice (e.g. weather)

(g


V p & $ H 27

vpa.$H (3egr£'fe) (Gk.) f. Writing,

drawing, the art of writing, book.

- Ni7 p&$H eeov&S (nPegri'fe eth

3u'wab) pi. The Holy Scriptures

5 W (gog) Gog.

- S'oi)v Meu U».v


(del ta)

5. abb. of the numeral Four; m. q To v

(3eftu'); f. qTO (3ef'to), or qToe

(’efto^e).

- TtiqTov (pi'3eftu') Wednesday.

(The fourth day of the week).

- peqTOV (ra'3eftu') One fourth.

Aa.ua.ziN (thSmlizin') (Gk.) v. To

subdue, to overcome, to defeat.

- epAa.iua.zm (3er'th&mcizin') v. To

subdue, to overcome, to defeat.

2*.a.ua.cKoc (d&mSs'kos) Damascus.

Aa.mcTHC (thSnistes') (Gk.) m.

Money lender.

Aa.NicTia. (th&nisti'ya) (Gk.) f. Money

lender.

^.&nih2i. (d&niyel') (Heb.) The Book

of Daniel, (mean. God is my

judge).

Aa.na.NH (th3p&'ne) (Gk.) f. Expense,

extravagant expenditure.

X a .v iA (divid') (Heb.) David.

(mean. Beloved).

Ae (tha) (Gk.) conj. But, while,

whereas, on the other hand.

Aeuom (themon') (Gk.) m. Demon,

devil.

AeciTOTa. (thespotci') (Gk.) m. Lord,

sovereign. Eq. to S'otc.

AecxroTHC (thespotes') (Gk.) m.

Lord, sovereign. Eq. to S'o/c.

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A iA a .c K a A o c

X e v T e (thev'te) (Gk.) Come, (an

exclamation in the plural)

X e v T e p 0N0« i 0N (thev'tero

nomyon') The Book of

Deutronomy.

AHUiovproc (the'miyiir'ghos) (Gk.)

m. Creator, maker of the universe.

Eq. to peqcotNT.

Ahjuoc (the'mos) (Gk.) Tax.

Aia.fioA.oc (thiyS'volos) (Gk.) m.

Devil, slanderer.

AiaA.Hua. (thiyathe'ma) (Gk.) m.

Diadem, band, fillet, the badge of a

king.

Aia.Aoxoc (thiyatho'kos) (Gk.) m.

Successor, inheritor.

Aia.©HKH (thiyathe'ke) (Gk.) f.

Covenant, testament.

- ^fAia.©HKH itfiepi (ti thiyathe'ke

3emva'ri) f. The New Testament.

- H Ai&ohkh Nkna.c (ti thiyathe'ke

3en D£p£s') f. The Old Testament.

Aia.Koma. (thiyakon'yS) (Gk.) f.

Service, ministry.

Aia.Kpicic (thiyakri'sis) (Gk.) f. the

act of discerning ordistinguishing.

Ai&kon (thiya'kon) (Gk.) m. Deacon.

- a,pxiAia.KON (^r'shi thiya'kon) m.

Archdeacon

- V ttoA i&k o n (i'po thiya'kon) m.

Subdeacon.

A 1Aa.CKa.X1a. (1) (thi'thSskcd'yli)

(Gk.) f. Teaching, the occupation

of teaching, instruction.

AiA&CKa.2ua. (2) (thi'th&skSl'yS)

(Gk.) f. The matter taught, precept,

doctrine.

AtAa.CK&X0C (thi'thiskil'os) (Gk.)

m. Teacher, master.


X i A v m o c 29 2S(l>pON

2 s.iA.t m o c (thi'thimos) (Gk.) Didymus,

a twin.

2S.IK&.CTHPI0N (thi'kister'ypn) (Gk.)

m. Court of justice. Eq. to

2S.iKa.CTHc (thi'k&stes') (Gk.) m.

Judge. Eq. to peqfz,s.n

2 u k c o c (thika' 3os) (Gk.) Just,

upright, righteous, equitable, fair.

Eq. to bum.

X iK e o c v N H (thika'3osi'ne) (Gk.) f.

Justice, righteousness.

2siKecoc (thike Dos') (Gk.) adv.

Justly, deservedly.

2uocKopoc (di'yosko'ros)

Dioscorus.

2 littn o n (thip'non) (Gk.) m. The

principal meal of the day, banquet,

dinner. Eq. to st/onc.

2S.ITTTV5COC (dipti khos) (Gk.) m.

Difnar, a Coptic book containing

hymns for the saints of each day.

(lit. double folded).

2s.ic k o c (this'kos) (Gk.) m. Tray, disk,

plate.

X m v n o c (thiyo'gmos) (Gk.) m.

Persecution, pursuit, harassment.

2u o >k t h c (thiyoktes') (Gk.) m.

persecutor.

2sorua. (thog'mS) (Gk.) m. Dogma,

. principle.

2s o k iu h (thoki'me) (Gk.) f.

Examination, trial, test, proof by

trial.

- e p & o ju u a .ziN (3erthoki'm £zin') v.

To prove, to try, to examine, to

scrutinize.

A o fco c (tho'los) (Gk.) m. Fraud,

deceit.

2so?a. (thok'sli) (Gk.) f. Glory, honor,

dignity. Eq. to (ifor.

2so^oft.o5-ia. (thoksologi'yci) (Gk.) f.

Doxology, glorification.

2S0TTa.Ti0N (thopSt'yon) (Gk.) m.

Topaz, a precious stone.

2s.ovfc.oc (thu'los) (Gk.) m. Slave,

enslaved.

2sov? (thuks) (Gk.) m. Duke, prince.

^pa.K(OM (3ethr§'kon) (Gk.) m.

Dragon.

A.pottoc (3ethro'mos) (Gk.) m.

Course, race, running a race,

course of life.

^ p v u o c (3ethri'mos) (Gk.) m.

Wilderness, forest.

2s.VNa.uic (thinSmis') (Gk.) f. Power,

strength, might, authority, majesty.

2s.VNa.Toc (thini'tos) (Gk.) adj.

Strong, powerful, mighty.

2s.


e 30 ee-

6 l ipey)

6 e

e abb. of the numeral Five; m. ■tiot

(3etyu'); f. T ie (3etya') or te (ti

3a').

- ttitio v (pi'3etyu') Thursday. (The

fifth day of the week).

- pe’Tio v (ra'3etyu') One fifth.

e (1) (3a) To, for, toward. Its pron. is

epo^ (3a'ro). It follows a number

of verbs indicating direct objects.

e (2) (3a) comparative adj.

- ca.Be e MeqcNHOv (sava'3a

naf'3esne'yu) Wiser than his

brothers

eBAouac (3evthomas') (Gk.) f. Week.

Eq. to &MS&&S9 q.

efiHk. (3evel') except.

efiiaiK (3a'vi 3ayk') pi. Servants, [pi.

of B ook],

efiiHM (3eviyen') n. Distressed, poor,

miserable, dejected, wretched

person.

- ueTefiiHN (met'3eviyen') f. Misery.

eBiN (3a'vol thon') From

where?, where from?

eBokSeN (3a'vol khan') From. See

eB okN ^H T^.

eB okN SH T^ (3a'vol 3en khet') From.

[pron. ofeBohSeN]

e B o ^ a (3a'vol hS') Away from. See

e B oA zxpo^

eBok& apo^ (3a'vol h£'ro) Away

from. [pron. of eBoX&&]

eBok&iTeN (3a'vol hitan') By,

through. See eBob.& i'roT^

eB02k.2,i'T0T/*' (3a'vol hitot') By,

through, [pron. of eBoK^frenj.

efioXxe (3a'vol ja') because, for.

eBov&i (3evu'hi) adj. Scary,

frightening, strange.

eBpe&i (3evra'hi) m. Cart, cogwheel.

eBpHSC (3evreg') Lightning, (usually

as ceveBpHx). See also h pnx

eBu>ov (3avo 3u') Dumb or mute

persons, [pi. of eBo].

eBjm (3ev'shi) Sleepliness,

forgetfullness, negligence. See

afBj&.

- Sen oveBjai (khan 3u 3ev'shi)

adv. Negligently, carelessly,

clumsily.

e e r (3e 3av') pi. Donkeys, [pi. of ewj.

ee- (3eth) Who, which, that. Relative

pron. sg. m., sg. f., pi. Used with


e e & v $ 31 e K a .T o n 'T & p x o c

words starting with B, p, n, A, o or

jut. See also g t -.

- eeoT&.fi (3eth'3uwab') Holy.

- eouez; (3eth mah') filled with.

- 6©mhot (3eth neyii') coming,

ee& vja (De th iv sh -) pi. Ethiopians, [pi.

of eeot>{& or eoo&i]. Hiee&vja

(ni 3eth3vsh') Ethiopia. Also

6 &WTTIS.C.

eefie (3ethva') Because, concerning.

See e&BHT^.

eeB eov (3eth va 3u') Why?, for what

reason?. See o r (2).

e e B e $ & i (3eth va f&y') conj. Because

of this, wherefore,

eefiesce (3eth va ja') conj. Because,

for this reason.

eefiH T ^ (3ethvet') Because,

concerning, [pron. ofeeBe]

SeioTTt&c (3ethi'yopi'ySs). Ethiopia.

See Ntee&rjt>.

eeu ee, (3eth mah') filled with.

eeNecooc (3eth'nasos') adj. f.

Beautiful (lady). See neca

e©MHOT (3eth neyii') coming.

- $HeeNHOT (fe 3eth neyii') The one

who is coming.

eeNiKOC (3ethni'kos) (Gk.) m. adj.

Gentile, foreign, heathen, pagan,

eerioc (3ethnos') (Gk.) m. Nation,

people, tribe. Eq. to fa&oK.

eeoT&fi (3ath'3uwab') Holy,

eeojm (3etho'shi) f. An Ethiopian

person. See eecvy, ee& vja.

eepe (3ethra') vbl. prf. for inflected

(causative) infinitive tense, before

nominal subjects.

e e p e - (3ethra') vbl. prf. for inflected

(causative) infinitive tense sg. f. 2nd

person.

eepeK - (3ethrak') vbl. prf. for inflected

(causative) infinitive tense sg. m.

2 nd person.

eepeN - (3ethran') vbl. prf. for inflected

(causative) infinitive tense pi. 1st

person.

e ep e c- (3ethras') vbl. prf. for inflected

(causative) infinitive tense sg. f. 3rd

person.

e e p e T C N - (3ethretan') vbl. prf. for

inflected (causative) infinitive tense

pi. 2nd person.

e e p e v - (3ethrav') vbl. prf. for inflected

(causative) infinitive tense pi. 3 d

person.

eepeq- (3ethraf') vbl. prf. for

inflected (causative) infinitive tense

sg. m. 3rd person.

e e p i- (3ethri') vbl. prf. for inflected

(causative) infinitive tense sg. 1st

person.

eew N (3e'thon) To where?

eeoojB (3ethosh') m. An Ethiopian

person. See eeojtt/, ee&Tjj).

e i- (3ay) vbl. prf. for circumstantial

tense sg. 1st person.

e ie - (3ay a') vbl. prf. for emphatic

future tense sg. 1st person.

e ie fiT (3a'yevt') m. East.See/eBv.

- cMTeiefiT (s£' payevt') Eastward.

eioTfc. (3eyul') f. Deer, gazelle.

e K - (3ak) vbl. prf. for circumstantial

tense sg. m. 2nd person.

eK& TO N T fcpjcoc (3a'kStont§r' khos)

(Gk.) m. A centurion.


eice- 32 eueo

eKe- (3ak a') vbl. prf. for emphatic

future tense sg. m. 2nd person.

eKKkHcia (3ekek'lesi'y£) (Gk.) f.

Christian Church, assembly,

gathering.

G K kkH ciacTH C (3ekekles'y&s tes')

The Book of Ecclesiastes.

eick.o2u (3ek'loli) pi. Jars, vases, [pi.

of fceAoA.]. See also /ceAoA./.

ejcot (3eko'ti) pi. Builders, [pi. of

eKOO'T].

ckoot (3ekot') m. Builder. See k o o v

e X - (Dal) To hold, to raise, [const, of

fi (3elhob') m. Flame, vapor,

smoke. Also the vapor seen

coming from the nose and mouth

during the cold of the winter,

ekscoofi (3elgob') m. Stork, swan,

eua (3a'm£) (Gk.) m. Blood. Eq. to

CNoq.

euajato (3errieisho') adv. Very,

greatly. See also jua^oo,

iHUAjgaf, t (v n a .

eubpic (3em 3ev'ris) m. Red wine.

See also ithpic.

eulipa) (3em3evro') f. Harbor.

eueN T (3ement') m. West.

caneueH T (s£'pement')

Westward.

- a u e N t (3ci men'ti) ’West places’,

Hades, hell,

eunp (3emer') on the other side

eu©o (3em'tho) adv. Before, in front

of. See it eo.


euea> 33

eueo> (3emtho') f. Depth of the sea.

eui (3a'mi) v. To know, understand;

m. Knowledge, understanding.

- kpieui (3£ri 3a'mi or 3ari Da'mi)

Know, understand, [imper.of eui/.

- JwTeui (33t 3a'mi) adj. Ignorant,

unaware.

- ep& Teur (3er 3it 3a'mi) v. To be

ignorant.

- ju e T& Te u i (met 3cit 3a'mi) f.

Ignorance, unawareness.

- Na.s»Teui (n£sht 3a'mi) adj. hard to

understand, enigmatic

- or MaiTeMi (3oy'3en 3&t 3a'mi) To

be ignorant.

- peqeui (ref 3a'mi) n. Learned,

knowledgeable, proficient.

- x m e u i (jin 3a'mi) m. knowledge,

wisdom, science.

eui see (3a'mi ja) v. to know that., to

feel that., to realize that...

e u K - (3emk) To swallow, [const, of

OfiiK]

e «K ».2/ (3emk£h') m. Pain, suffering.

See ii.K3.Zi

€im & N 0VHfc. (3emma'nu 3el') (Heb.)

Emmanuel, (mean. God is with us)

euN&i (3emniy') adv. Here. See also

JU NX./.

e«NH (3emne') adv. There. See also

iiNH.

e u N o vT (3emnut') m. f. Gatekeeper,

Doorkeeper. See ju n o yt.

euov (3emu') m. weasel, ferret. See

ejuofov/.

eufrjBa. (3em 3ep'shS')To be worthy.

See itnjt)&.

eup&i (3emr3y') m. Grains of barley,

wheat, etc. See also ilp*/,

juilpa./.

eupa> (e3mrd') f. Harbor, port,

eupam ( 3emr6m') m. Pillow. See

also upwu.

e u c- (3ems) To immerse, dip. [const,

of otjuc]

euc&s, (3ems£h') m. f. Crocodile. See

also juc&z,.

euci (3em'si) m. Immersion, diving,

eucofii (3emso'vi) f. Awl, large

needle.

c u t o n (3em'ton) v. To rest, to

repose. See it ton, no to n .

euooovi (3emo 3ii'wi) pi. weasels, [pi.

Of biiOY],

Cujgip (1) (3emshir') Meshir or

Amshir; the sixth month of the

Egyptian (Coptic) year. See also

ite&/p, it&ip (1).

eujoip (2) (3emshir') m. Box for

incense. See JUjn/p (2).

eiijsijs (3em'shish) m. Vengeance,

revenge. See ituy/SP, &&/&■

eu&&v (3emh§v') m. Grave, tomb.

See u&a.v

eu& tT (3emhit') m. North. See also

JU&/T, neuz//t .

c& neu& iT (sS'pemhit')

Northward,

euxortv. (3emg6l') m. Onion. See

also itxw A .

eN (3an) m. Monkey, baboon.

eN- (1) (3an) vbl. prf. for circumstantial

tense pi. 1st person.

eN- (2) (3an) To bring, [const, of '/N/j

eti* (3an) To bring, [pron. of in/]


eiia (3enS') Approximately, about,

similar to, like. See also n x (3),

MXY (3).

(3a'n&3ii') adj. Great, exalted.

eNaa/ e (3a'n£3£' 3a) Greater than.

eNa.we^ (3a'neina') adj. Good, nice.

See nans.

eNajse (3a'n&sha') High (price),

cue (3a'ne) if. [This is one of the

words used at the beginning of

conditional statements],

etie- (3an a') vbl. prf. for emphatic

future tense pi. 1st person,

etteve (3enega') (Gk.) v. To argue,

debate, dispute.

eNepria (e3nergi'y£) (Gk.) f. Action,

Activity, operation, performance.

eNece (3ana'se) Beautiful.See also

M6Ce, N 6C0D<

eNecewc (3enesa'os) (Gk.) n. praise

eH62; (3enah') m. Eternity, age

(historical period of time) ,adj.

Eternal; adv. Eternally.

- icaceN TTCMez/ (yisjan'3ep 3enah').

Since the beginning.

- N6N6& (3en 3enah') adv. Eternally,

forever.

- juaeNee, (sh£' 3enah') m. The

eternal one [God]; adv. Eternally,

forever.

e m ru a (3enig'mi) (Gk.) m. Enigma,

riddle.

eNKOT (3en'kot) v. To Sleep, to lie

down, to pass away. See n k o 't .

ew co T (3en'kot) m. Sleep. See

MKOT

enoscoc (3enokhos') (Gk.) To be

subject to, to be guilty of.

34 6TT-

cNTHS£(3en'teg) m. Tares; a certain

kind of weeds. See n t h x

eNTOkH (3endole' or 3entole') (Gk.)

f. Commandment, order.

te N To k H (ti'3endole' or ti'

3entole') v. To order, command

eNxai (3enk&y') m. Thing, something,

possessions. See n x x l

eNjea^i (3ensh§'shi) m. Bitterness.

Scn oveNjsajai (khan 3u

3enshi'shi) adv. Bitterly.

- oi Njaajm (3oy'3enshS'shi) To be

bitter.

SNjyoT (3en'shot) v. To be hard, stiff,

rigid, rough, difficult. See /ffsfov,

N X ^T, HXfWT-

CN2/0T (3en'hot) Trustworthy, faithful.

[qual. of rtx& i]

eN&OYp (3enhiir') To be frightened, to

be silent, to tremble. See ii&ovp

e ^ a ^ m (3eksS'zin) (Gk.) m. Weight,

measure.

e ^a n m a (3eks§pi'n§) (Gk.)

Suddenly.

Scn ore?a.niNa. (khan 3u

3ekscipi'n&) adv. Suddenly.

e ? e cTi (3ekses'ti) (Gk.) Proper,

befitting. Eq. to cjye.

6 ^ 02l0c (3ekso'thos or 3ekso'dos)

The Book of Exodus.

e^opicTia. (3eksorjsti'yci) (Gk.) f.

Exile, banishment,

e^ovcia (3eksu'siy&) (Gk.) f. Power,

authority.

- H ie^orcia. (ni 3eksu 'siyci) The

Powers [one of the orders of

angels]

6tt- (3ap) To count, [const, of w it]


ena.rveft.ia . 35 e p k e e T iN

eTT&srYefc.i&. (3a'p3ngal'y§) (Gk.) f.

Promise, pledge, covenant,

command,

en&pxia. (Da'p3rshi'y3) (Gk.) f.

Parish, province.

enecHT (3a'peset') Downward. See

ecHV, rrecHT.

- ca.necHT (sS'peset') Down, below,

under.

Stthtt (3epep') Epip or Abib, the

eleventh month of the Egyptian

(Coptic) year.

eTnfiovfcH (3epivule') (Gk.) f. Plot,

conspiracy, scheme.

eiTivpa.^H (3epigr£fe') (Gk.) f. Title,

address. Eq. to 'c£x.icx.Bo&.

emJiH (3epithe') (Gk.) conj. Since,

because, considering,

enievuis. (3a'pithim'yS) (Gk.) f.

Desire, lust, yearning.

- epem evuiN (3er 3a'pithimin') v. To

desire, to lust, to yearn.

eiT!Ka.?ucee (3a'pik£lis'te) (Gk.) v.

To appeal, to call in, to invite.

eniKHc (3a'pikes') adj. Meek,

humble.

- ueTeTTiKHC (met 3a'pikes') f.

Meekness, humility.

eniCKonoc (3episko'pos) (Gk.) m.

Bishop, overseer.

- »,pxienicKOTToc (3§r'shi 3epis

ko'pos). Archbishop.

- xoopieniCKOiTOC (kho'ri 3epis

ko'pos). Assistant Bishop to serve

in the surrounding areas of a city.

eTTicTHUH (3epis'teme') (Gk.) f. Skill,

competence, talent, knowledge.

enicTofcH (3epistole') (Gk.) f.

Epistle, Message, letter.

eTTiTiMa. (3epiti'ma) (Gk.) f.

Rebuke,scolding, castigation,

censure.

- epeTTiTm&N (3er 3epi'tim§n') v. To

rebuke

eTTiTpoiToc (3epitro'pos) (Gk.) m.

Guardian, trustee, administrator,

' executor.

eTU$&m& (3epifan'ya) (Gk.) m.

Epiphany, ' appearance,

manifestation, (the feast of

Epiphany, the Lord's Baptism.)

eTT0vpa.Ni0N (3a'pur§'niyon) (Gk.)

adj. Heavenly.

eTTTHpq (3a'3epterf) Wholly, entirely.

See 't h p ^.

eTTsaeuuo (3a'3epshem'mo) adv.

Abroad, to foreign places. See

yjeuiuo.

efrssoH (3a'3epshoy') adv. Upward,

skyward, towards heaven. See

&o>t.

etr3x,e (3a'3ep khi 3a') adv. At the

end, lastly. See £&.e.

errsciNJCH (3a'3ep jin je') adv. In

vain,for nothing, for naught, free.

See xiNSCH.

ep- (3er) v. To do. [const, of ipij

epkva.TTa.N (3er 3a'ghapan') v. To

love. See kv&TTH

ep k n& ziN (3er 3&giyei'zin) v. To

sanctify. See kvi&ziM

epkvaw Hzecee (3er 3§gho'ne

zes'te or 3er 3§g6'ne zes'te) v. To

fight, to struggle. See kvw N

epkeeTiN (3er 3§'thetin) v. To

disregard. See k& eTm


ep&eN&i 36 e p r A T H C

epaeNai (3er 3§th n£y') v. To be

cruel, merciless, hard-hearted. See

ATS,/

epaeNa&f (3er 3eith nSh'ti) v. To be

unbelieving, doubting. See N A & f

epa.©Novt (3er 3ath nu'ti) v. To be

godless. See n o r f

epauc (3er 3§yk') v. To dedicate,

consecrate. See a /k .

epa.Na.jy (3er 3cincish') v. To swear.

See ana#.

epaNexecoe (3er 3a'nekes'te) v. To

bear, to be patient. See

knexec&e.

epaNouiN (3er 3§'nomin') v. To

transgress, to violate the law. See

knows..

epawaNTaN (3er 33p£nt3n') v. To

meet by a coincident. See

k /ta n t a n

epaTrac (Der ^pas') v. To become

old. See a tta c.

epaTTekiTixiN (3er 3apel'pizin') v. To

loose hope. See kne& m ziN .

epaiTo2i.a,zecee (3er 3&po'th§

zes'te) v. To bid farewell to a

traveler. See kno&Axec&e.

epacna7.ec&e (3er 3is p i zes'te) v.

To salute, to greet, to kiss. See

ACJTACUOC.

epa/retti (3er 3§t 3a'mi) v. to be

ignorant. See 'em.

e p a T K a t (3er 3§t kS'ti) v. To be

ignorant. See/c&f.

epaTCW TCM (3er'3§t so'tam) v. To

become disobedient.See cooveju

epaTjaav (3er'iit shiv') v. Fail, spoil,

to be unsuccessful. See f&Av (1)

epavNaN (3er 3civnSn') v. Inspect,

inquire. See aynan.

epfiaca.mz>N (3er visi'nizin') v. To

torture, to examine closely. See

B AC AN 17. IN

epfiekke (3er vel'le) v. To become

blind. See BeAA.e.

epBepi (3er va'ri) v. To renew, to

become renewed. See Bepi.

epBi (3er'vi) f. Enclosure, camp,

dwelling.

epBiN (3er'vin) m. Papyrus plant.

epfiiT (3er'vit) m. Camel's saddle.

epfiOHeiN (3er vo 3ethin') v. To help.

See Bo h&i a .

epfioKi (3er vo'ki) v. To become

pregnant. See Bo k i.

- xiNepfioKi (jin 3er vo'ki) m.

Conception.

epfiom (3er vo'ni) v. To do evil, to

envy, to harm, to injure. See Bon/.

- peqepBom (ref 3er vo'ni) n. Evil

doer, envious.

- ueTpeqepfioNi (met ref 3er vo'ni)

f. Envy, evil, harm.

epfiODK (3ervok') v. To enslave or to

serve as a slave. See B ook.

epfiooTC (3er vots ) v. To make war.

See Boovc

epvacra. (3er ghasi'yS or 3er gisi'yi)

(Gk.) f. Work, business, craft. Eq.

to &00B.

epvacTHpioN (3er ghister'yon or 3er

gister'yon) (Gk.) m. Business

place, workplace. Eq. to

liANep&ooB.

epvaTH C (3er gh£tes' or 3er gates')

(Gk.) m. Worker. Eq. to

peqep&ooB.


6P&.&U&Z1N 37 e p ia r T

epft.&ju&?;iN (3er thS'mSzin') v. To

subdue, to overcome, to

defeat. See A ajus, ?///.

epXoKm ^ziN (3er thoki'm£zin') v.

To test, try, examine, scrutinize.

See A o k ij u h .

'epe (1) (3era') vbl. prf. for

circumstantial tense, before

nominal subjects.

epe (2) (3era') vbl. prf. for emphatic

future tense, before nominal

subjects.

e p e - (3era') vbl. prf. for circumstantial

tense sg. f. 2nd person.

epefio (3er 3a'vo) v. To become

dumb. See eBo.

e p e e - (3ere a') vbl. prf. for emphatic

future tense sg. f. 2nd person.

epe5Cua.fc(OTeviN (3er 3ekm&

lo'tevin') v. To take into

captivity.See exuzb-ooc/a..

epeMoxfciN (3er 3a'noklin') (Gk.) v.

To burden, to annoy.

e p e n ie v M iN (3er 3epi'thimin') v. To

desire, to lust, to yearn. See

bn/evu/s,

e p e n iTiu & .N (3er 3epi'timSn') v. To

rebuke. See bn/T/jua.

ep'ecie(3er 3a'si 3a') v. To get

submerged, buried, drowned. See

bc/b.

e p e rre N - (Deretan') vbl. prf. for

circumstantial tense pi. 2nd person.

e p e T e rie - (Cretan' 3a') vbl. prf. for

emphatic future tense pi. 2nd

person.

e p e T iN (3eretin') (Gk.) v. To ask,

plead, beseech, entreat.

epeTiKoc (3ereti'kos) (Gk.) Heretic.

See zepeviKoc.

eperc (3erevs') m. Priest. Eq. to

o y h B.

- a.pjc>'epevc (3Srshi' 3erevs') m.

Chief priest, high priest.

epe$2vHov (3er 3efle'yii) v. To act in

vain. See etp&Hov.

epe5Ctt*2va>TeviN (^er 3ekm£l6'

tevin') v. To take into captivity. See

e xitx^w cis..

epejsooT (3er 3eshot') v. To trade, to

deal with buying and selling. See

essxvT.

epHov (3ere'yu) Each other, with

each other. Usually prefixed with a

possessive pronoun indicating

whether it is

1st person plural NeNepHov

(nan'3ere'yu),

2 nd person plural NeTeNepHov

(netan'3ere'yu),

or 3rd person plural MorepHov

(niPere'yti).

epHpTT (3er 3erp') v. To become wine.

See npn.

ep H crx^Z iN (3er 3e'sikazin') v. To

rest, to be quiet. See t/crx/&.

epHT (3eret') v. To vow, to promise,

to pledge; m. Vow, promise,

pledge. See also p h t (2).

epee&piN (3ertha'3orin') v. To behold

the divine, see, watch. See

eewpts.

epiefissooT (3er yab shot') v. To work

in buying and selling. See

teB& w r.

epitt>T (3er' yot) v. To become a

father. See /o u t.


epK&OHKIN 38 e p «H

epK&OHKiN (3erka'thekin') v. To

Instruct, teach, preach.

epK&c (3er k&s') v. To become bony

(as a result of being sick). See

K&C.

epKAT&NT&N (3er kitintSn') (Gk.)

v. To arrive, to come upon. See

K&T&NT&N.

epK&.THvopiN (3erkate'qhorin' or

3erkate'gorin')) v. To accuse, to

charge. See K&THS'op/s,

epKaTH 5ciN(3er kitekin') v. To give a

sermon, to instruct. See

K&. THXHC/C.

epK a T& H T (3er' kat het') v. To

become wise. See k & t &h t .

e p K ivu s, (3er k^v'mci) v. To burn.

See k&yus.

epKa&c (3er kihs') v. To become a

habit. See K&.&C.

epKekeviN (3er'kelevin') v. To

order, to command. See

Ke&ev/N.

epKepui (3er ker'mi) v. To turn into

ashes, dust. See K e p w .

epKiN^VNCTiN (3er kinthi'nevin') v.

To get into a perilous situation, to

venture. See k in A woe.

epkkHpoNouiM (3er 3ekle'rono min')

v. To inherit. See kb.Hp0N0u/&.

epjcok&ziN (3er ko'l£zin') v. To

punish. See ko& az/n.

epicocuiN (3er'kozmin') v. To

decorate, to adorn. See kocju/n.

epicorp (3er kiir') v. To become deaf.

See K o rp (2).

epKovaci (3erku'ji) v. To become

smaller, to decrease in number.

See k o y x l

epKYN&pi'JUN (3erkin'3ethrizin') v. To

graft, transplant.

epKtof (3er ko'ti) v. To make a turn,

to circumvent. See K w f

epkatm m (3er lumpin') v. To

illuminate. See h zju m ic

e p k a x i ( 3er l&'ji) v. To urge

persistently, ask aggressively,

press. See &&x/ (1).

ep2viT&Nevm (3er litci'nevin') v. To

perform a litany. See A./t u n /s..

epjua.KS.pi7.rn (3er'maka'rizin') v. To

bless. See ju&Kxp/oc.

epuaN (3ermin') m. Pomegranate.

epuapTvpoc (3er'mSrti'ros) v. To be

martyred. See ju&pTrpoc.

epuacTivs-oc (3er'mastin'ghos or

3er'mistin'gos) v. To whip, to lash.

See u x c t /w o c .

epuaToi (3er'mcitoy') v. To join the

army, to become a soldier. See

JUS. TO/.

epuav (3er mliv') v. To become a

mother. See jus.y (1).

epueepe (3er'methra') v. To bear

witness, testify. See ue&pe.

epuekeTaN (3er'melet^n') v. To

Ponder, study, contemplate. See

jueAeTH.

epiuekiN (3er'melin') v. To take care

of someone. See ue&HU*.

epueTaNOiN (3er'met3nen') v. To

repent, feel remorse. See

juernNO/x..

ep«H (1) (3er me') v. To urinate. See

uh (1).

epuH (2) (3er me') f. Tear drop.

- fepuH (ti'3erme') v. To weep, to

shed tears.


epuHNerm 39 epovoT

epuHNevm (3er'me'nevin') (Gk.) v.

To translate, to interpret.

epuHNevTHC (3erme'nevtes') m.

Interpreter, translator.

eptiHNi* (3ermen'ya) (Gk.) f.

Interpretation, explanation,

translation.

epuHC (3ermes') Hermes, Mercury.

epuTTsa* (3er'3em 3ep'sh§) v. To

become worthy of. See jungx

epjuTTjaija (3er' 3em3ep'shish) v. To

take revenge. See jutrsyi&.

Gpjuam (3ermon') (Heb.) Mount

Hermon (on the border between

Palestine and Lebanon).

epuojov (3er'mo 3u') v. To melt. See

ju o u o y(1).

epjuaxm (3er'mo 3ii'wi) pi. Tears, [pi.

of epjUH].

- $tt)N epuooovi efiofc. (fon 3er'

mo3u'wi 3a'vol) v. To shed tears, to

cry.

epNW (3er n&y') v. To have mercy.

See /*&/.

epN».saT (3er nSsht') v. To be cruel,

to be heartless. See n & .@ t.

epNa.sa'f (3er nash'ti) v. To help, to

defend, to support. See

epNHfi (3er neb') v. To reign, to

govern, to be lord. See nhB.

epNHCTeriN (3ernes'tevin') n. To

fast. See n h c t i x .

- &qepNHCTeYiN (3af 3er nes'te vin')

He fasted.

- u&.peNepNHCTevw (mSren 3er

nes' tevin') Let us fast.

epHijat (3er nish'ti) v. To become

great, to become big. See m p f.

epNOfii (3e r no'vi) v. To commit sin, to

sin. See noBi.

- M epN oBi (3Sy'3er no'vi) I sinned.

- peqepNofii (ref'3er no'vi) n. Sinner.

e p N O vt (3er nu'ti) v. To become god.

S e e n o vf.

epNoqpi (3er nof'ri) v. To be useful, to

be fruitful.

c e p N o q p i (3e s ,:,er nof'ri)

Impersonal expression. It is better

to.., it is profitable to

epN toiK (3er noyk') v. To fornicate, to

commit adultery. See nooik

epo^ (3a'ro) To, for, toward, [pron. of

e]

epo (3a'ro) (To) you. (sg. f.). See

epo<

epoi (3a'roy) (To) me. See epo<

epotKONouiN (3er 3e'konomin') v.

Manage, regulate, administer. See

OIKONOUIS..

- peqepoiKONOUiN (ref 3er 3e'ko

nomin') n. Manager, Administrator.

epoK (3a'rok) (To) you. (sg. m.). See

epo^.

e p b ito X o v iN (3er'3omologin') v. To

confess. See ojuo^or/x..

ep o N (3a'ron) (To) us. See epo<

e p o c (3a'roc) (To) her. See epo<

epoYUHja (3er'3u mesh') v. To

increase in number. See uhh)

ep o v N & i (3er 3iin§y') v. To do mercy.

See nx.1.

e p o r o T (3er 3u'3ot) v. to be active,

enthused, eager, glad.

e p o v o T (3er 3u'3ot) m. enthusiasm,

eagerness, excitement, happiness.

See p m o r 'T p w o v r .


eporpo 40 eppojuni

- Sew o v e p o v o T (3khan 3u'3er

3u'3ot) adv. Enthusiastically,

eagerly, gladly.

- te p o ro T (ti'3er 3ii'3ot) v. To

energize, encourage, arouse,

inflame, invigorate.

epovpo (3er 3ii'ro) v. To become

ruler, to reign. See orpo.

epovTa.2/ (3er 3u't&h) v. To be fruitful,

to give fruit. See orvs.& .

epovdo (3er 3u'3o) v. To reply, to

answer; m. Reply, answer. See

ovd) (2)

epovoDfiia (3er'3ii 3obsh') v. To

become white. See oreuB&.

epovwi (3er' 3C1 3oy') v. to farm. See

OVOfl.

epoY(oiNi (3er'3ii 3oy'ni) v. To

illuminate, to radiate. See

o r cum/.

epoq (3a'rof) (To) him. See epo<

epiT».p&.BeMiM (3er p§r§'venin') v. To

transgress, to overstep. See

jrnps.Bs.ctc.

epn&p&NOuiN (3er peirci'nomin') v.

To violate the law. See

TTSpSNOUOC

epneeNANeq (3er path'n£naf') v. To

do good. See n s n c .

epneTt/iwov (3er pat'h53u') v. To do

evil. See rreT& w or.

epTreoojo (3er 3ep thosh') v. To put in

order, to design, to prepare. See

0OUS9 (2).

epTTie&oov (3er'pi 3a'ho 3ii') v. To

spend the day. See e&oor.

epnie3c (3er pi 3agorh') v. To

spend the night. See exwpz,.

epmp&ziN (3erpi'razin') v. To tempt,

to put to the test. See mpscjuoc.

epir2va.ziN (3er 3ep'lcizin') v. To

create, to form. See tt& s cju s.

epnft.&.N(N (3er 3ep'ISnin') v. To

wander from the path of virtue,to

go astray. See ttK s n h .

epTTopMevm (3er por'nevin') v. To

commit adultery. See nop m s.

epiipeTTi (3er 3epra'pi) v. To be

proper, suitable, fitting. See

frpem.

eptrpecfievm (3er 3epres'va'vin') v.

To intercede. See frpecB/s.

epnpez/i (3er'3epra'hi) m. Tar, pitch.

See also hpe&i (1), uftpee/i ( 1).

epTrpoKOTTTiN (3er 3ep3rokop'tin) v.

To advance, to prosper. See

npOKOJTH.

epfrpoceYxecee (=>er 3epros'

3evkes'te) v. To pray. Eq. to

vcuBz/. See npocevxH.

epnpoc^epiN (3er 3epros'ferin') v.

To offer. See npoctpops.

eprrpo$HTeYiN (3er 3eprofe'tevin')

v. To prophesy. See npotpmis..

epTTWfijj) (3er 3ep 3obsh') v. To

forget. See wBg).

eppauutaJo (3er' r§m3 3o) v. To become

rich. See pstts'o.

eppeupa.vjs v. (3er'rem r£vsh') To

become meek, to become gentle.

See ps.rj&.

eppeu&e (er remha') v. To become

free. See peju&e.

eppourn (3er rom'pi) v. To reach one

year of age. See poum .

- ep .. Mpouni (3e r '.. 3en rom'pi) v.

To reach.. years of age.


eppooui 41 e p x ^ K i

eppooui (3er ro'mi) v. To become a

man, to take a human body. See

pwjut ( 1).

eppoooTjs ^er'ro 3ush') v. To be

anxious, to worry.

epcaA.ni^iN (3er-s§l'pizin') v. To

sound the trumpet. See

cs.2i.ni w o e .

epcefiecee (^er seves'te) v. To

worship, to pray. See ccBhc. See

also epceBHcee.

epcefiHcee (3er seves'te) v. To

worship, to pray. See cbBhc. See

also epceBecee.

epcHov (3er' seyu') v. To pass time.

See CHor.

epcK&.N2v&2u 7 ecee ^er'^es k£n

thi'lizes'te) v. To cause to

stumble. See 'cks.nAsX.on

epciceTr&.ziN (3er ^eska'pSzin') v. To

cover, to protect. See 'cKenscjus.

epcuH (^er^esme') v. To become

famous. See cu h

epcN&v (3er'3esneiv') v. To become

two. See CNsr.

epcofiT (’er sovt') v. To make a wall

around, to protect. See c o B t.

epcofif (3er sov'ti) v. To get ready, to

prepare. See c o B f

epcokcek (^er'solsal') v. To comfort.

See coXceK (2).

epcox (Der sog') v. To become

stupid. See cox

epcp&2» (3er 3esrih') v. To disgrace,

to scandalize. See cpsa,.

epcTa.vpooNiN (er'3estivro'nin) v.

To crucify. See b T s rp o c .

epcv N x o o p iN (^er'-sinkho'rin) v. To

forgive, absolve.

epc$pa.ri7.iN (Der 3esfr§'gizin') v. To

certify, vouch, attest. See

ccppsr/c.

epcoo (^erso') f. A stable, barn or

shelter for animals,

epcooov (3erso 3ii') pi. Shelters for

animals, [pi. of epcw],

epTeN& (Dertenh') v. To grow wings.

See T 6 N&.

epTofi (^er'tob) Ephah; a measure for

wheat [Egyptian erdabb]. See also

eprouB.

epTokua.N (3er'tolmin') v. To be

bold. See t oAjus.

epTVTioc (’er ti'pos) v. To bean

example. See tytto c.

epToo (^erto') f. A linear measure

equal to the distance between the

tip of the thumb and the tip of the

little finger.

epToofi (3ertob') Ephah; a measure

for wheat [Egyptian erdabb]. See

also epToB.

epa.ssi (^er f&'shi) v. To divide into

two halves. See


epxfcpizecee 42 e p S o T

epsc&pizecee (3er khS'rizeste') v. To

bestow, to grant. See x&ptc.

epscepeTiziN (e3r shera'tizin') v. To

greet. See xepe.

epxpeuTC (3er'3ekremts') v. To

become smoky, to become dark.

See x p e u t c .

epxpia. (3er 3ekri'ya) v. To need, to

lack, to want. See xpi&

epxpoq (^er 3ek'rof) v. To be

deceitful. See xpoq.

ep^fSfciN (3erepsS'lin) v. To sing

psalms and praises. See &&&//*.

epooiK (3er 3oyk') v. To become

bread. See


epSa>T 43 ep(f eHNe

ep3tt)T (3erkhot') pi. Wounds,

plagues, stabs, [pi. of epSoT].

- n iu h t rtepScoT (nimet' 3en

3erkhot') m. The ten plagues.

ep&a.i (Der hSy') v. To become a

husband. See &*/.

ep&aA (3erhcir) v. To deceive. See

ep&a.n (^er hSp) v. To legislate, to

render a judgement. See &&TT.

ep&ekTTic (3er hel'pis) v. To have

hope. See &eAir/c.

ep&em (^er ha'mi) v. To steer, to

manage. See &ejut.

epz/Hfii (Der he'vi) v. To grieve, to

mourn. See &hBj. See also

ep£HBi.

ep&HKi (3er he'ki) v. To become

poor. See &h k i.

ep2/HT cn&v (3er het'3esn§v') v.

Equivocate, to be double-minded.

See z>ht cn xv.

epg/HTc (3er hets') v. To begin. See

&H.

epz>QH* (3er'3eh the') v. To regret.

See & o h ^ (1).

ep&iK (3er hik') v. To bewitch, to

charm. See &ik.

ep&i$&,2/0V (3er hi'fahu') v. To

follow. See of(1).

epsj/VTTOiAONiN (3er hi'pomonin') v.

To endure, to become patient. See

2/YTT0JU0NH.

epz/wfi (3er hob') v. To work, labor.

- peqep&a>fi (ref 3erhob') n. Worker.

- jua.Nep&a>ll (m£'3en 3erhob') m.

Workplace, factory.

ep2/it>T (3er hot') v. To sail, to float.

See &W T.

ep2/«BTn (3er hotp') v. To join, to

reconcile. See w t t t ( 1).

epac (3erg) f. Chick, baby chicken,

epx&te (3er gciy'3a) v. To become

ugly, (m.) See x& te.

epx&iH (3er g§y'3e) v. To become

ugly, (f ) See x& ih.

epxiNiop (3er jin'yor) v. To cross to

the other side of the sea or river.

See xiNiop.

epxoki (3er go'li) v. To decay. See

x o K i.

epsctt) (3ergo') f. Chicken,

epxwfi (er gob') v. To become weak,

to become frail. See xooB.

epacwpi (3er go'ri) v. To become

strong. See x


e p (f 111 (w o t 44 e T e H ^ o T

epC'mooov (3er chi'mo 3ti') v. To

urinate. See uaoor (4).

ep(fnop (Der chi'yor) v. To cross a

river or a sea. See S'tiop.

ep(T M&.Y (Der 3echniv') v. To become

lazy. See S'ns.y

ep(foic (Der choys') v. To become

lord, master. See S'oic.

ep+$>p.

ec- (3as) vbl. prf. for circumstantial

tense sg. f. 3rd person.

ece- (Das-a') vbl. prf. for emphatic

future tense sg. f. 3rd person.

ecH T (3eset') m.. Lowest part,

bottom, ground. See also n e c H T.

e n e c H T (3a'peset') adv.

Downward.

- 'i eTTecHT (3iy 3a’peset') v. To

come down, to go down. See /

c ju t c c h t (sa'peset') adv.

Downward.

eceHii (Destem') m. Black powder

used as a cosmetic for the eye.

Egyptian "Kohl". See C0 hu

ecie (1) (3a'si 3a') m. Drowning,

submersion.

- epecie(3er 3a'si 3a') v. To get

submerged, buried, drowned.

ecie (2) (3a'si 3a') adj. Proud,

arrogant.

6CK6N (3es'ken) Beside, alongside.

SeectceN.

ecKi (3es'ki) f. Delay. See cvck

ec


'eTHJU* 45 6VC5CHU


ev^wuia. 46

ev$HJUi& (3ev fem'yS) (Gk.) f. Good

report, good repute.

ev$p&.THC (3ev'fr&tes') (Aryan) The

river Euphrates, (mean. The good

and abounding river).

evx& picTia. (3evkha'risti'y§) (Gk.) f.

Eucharist, thanksgiving.

evxH (3evke' or 3evshe') (Gk.) f.

Prayer, vow.

iipocevxH (3epros'3evke') f.

Prayer

e v x o f c o n o N (3ev'khoIog'yon) (Gk.)

m. Liturgy book. Egyptian

"Kholagy".

erxpH CTia. (3ev'3ekresti'ya) (Gk.) f.

usefulness.

ea.2/0T (3ef&hQ') adv. Towards the

back, backward. See k&or,

&hoy.

- ep e$ fc.H o v (3e r 3efle'yu) v. To act

in vain.

- jueTefc.Hov (met 3efle'yu) f.

Futility, emptiness.

- Sen o T u e Te ^ X H O T (khan 3ii met

3efle'yu) adv. In vain.

e$ua. (3a'3efm&') Instead of, in place

of. See ju&.

efcovw (3a'3ef 3Qwi'y or 3a'3ef

3Qwa'y) Every one, every person.

See ov&t.

€ $ p e u (3efram') (Heb.) Ephraim.

(mean. To be fruitful).

e


'ejyT(4), @of.

- cpejawT (3er'3eshot') v. To trade,

to buy and sell.

- u& hejaooT (3er'3eshot') m. Shop,

trading place.

eq- (1) (3ef) To press (olives, grapes),

to gather, to mop up. [const, of

wqt]

eq- (2) (Daf) vbl. prf. for circumstantial

tense sg. m. 3rd person.

eqe- (3af-a') vbl. prf. for emphatic

future tense sg. m. 3rd person.

eqT- (’eft) v. To nail, secure, fix,

attach, [const, of w q t ]

eqaci (3ef'ji) m. Wrinkle.

- oi neqsci (3oy'3en 3ef'ji) To be

wrinkled.

eSHT (3ekhet') adv. Northward. See

£ h t .

eSovM (3ekhun') adv. Inward. See

jSOYH

- t e£>ovN(ti'3ekhun') v. To resist, to

oppose.

e^pHi (3a'Dekhrey') adv. Downward.

See £ p h i.

e2,e (3a'he) m. f. Cow, ox.

e&Na.* (3ehn£') v. To desire; m.

Desire, will. See also bna.^.

[pron. pf e&ne].

Usually prefixed with n e v .

- TTeTe&N&K (pa'tehnik') Your will.

e^/Me (3eh'ne) m. Will, desire.

e2,oov (3a'ho3u') m. Day

- nee/oov juutici (3ep 3a'ho 3u' 3em

mi'si) m. The day of birth, birthday.

47 e tfo v

- epine&oov (3er pi 3a'ho 3ti') v. To

spend the day.

- u$oov (3emfo 3u') Today.

- Noqpi e^oov (nof'ri 3a'ho3u')

Good day. See noqpi.

62/00V uuojyi (3a'ho 3u' 3em mo'shi)

m. One day's journey. See juojtu.

62/OOv fip&N (3a'ho 3u'3enrin') m.

Important day, famous day.

ee,OTe (3ehota') prep. More than.

See also e,o*re.

eg/OTepo^ (3ehotaro') More than.

[pron. of e&oTe]

e ip s .^ (3a'3ehri') Facing, in front of.

[pron. of e&pen]

eipeN (3a'3ehran') Facing, in front of.

eip H i (3a'3ehrey') Upward. See i.pm

e&pm esc con (1) (3a'3ehrey' 3agon)

Upon us.

eipH i eacooN (2) (3a'3ehrey' 3agon')

On our behalf,

e^ooov (3aho'3u) pi. Cows, oxen. [pi.

of e&e].

eaceN (3ajan') Upon.

eacHov (3ege'yu or 3eje'yu) pi. Ships.

[pi. of xo / (1)].

eacoo^ (3eg5') Upon, over. [pron. of

esce/f]

eacoope, (3a gorh') m. Night. See

xoopz,

- epnieacoop2, (3er' pi 3egorh') v. To

spend the night

- Nac(i>p2, (3engorh') adv. By night.

- Noqpi eacoop2, (nof'ri 3a gorh')

Good night. See Noqpi.

e


Coov (so3u')

So-oo

P abb. of the numeral six; m. coot

(so Du'); f. co (so), orcoe (so3a').

- mua,t,cooT (pimSh'so 3u') The

sixth.

- iticoot (pi'so 3u') Friday. (The

sixth day of the week).

- pecooT (ra'so 3u') one sixth.

48

^HTa, (ze'ta)

S ^ e e T a ,

Z«>ON

% abb. of the numeral Seven; m.

jo&jyq (shishf); f. jaa.s»qi

(sh^sh'fi).

- (ein sh&shf') m. Week.

- nijB&jBq (pi shSshf') Saturday. (The

seventh day of the week).

- pesa&syq (ra sh&shf') One seventh.

^ iK x e o c (zakka' 3os) (Heb.)

Zacchaeus. (mean. Pure).

£a.X&pi&c (zakha'riyas') Book of

Zechariah. (mean. Remembered

by Jehovah).

Z&xpi (zak'ri) m. Sugar.

zeMzeN (zan'zan) m. A small lizard.

Z6TC (zevs) (Gk.) n. Zeus.

ZHfcoc (ze'los) (Gk.) adj. zeal,

jealousy, fervor. Eq to xo& .

Z h X w th c (ze'lotes') (Gk.) m.

Zealot, enthusiast. Eq to peqxoz

Z H Th cic (zete'sis) (Gk.) f.

Controversy, dispute.

Z


H T & (3e'ta)

Eeta

h abb. of the numeral Eight; m.

jyuHN (3eshmen‘); f. jbuhni

(3eshme'ni).

- pejyuHN (ra 3eshmen') One

eighth.

kveuoNia. (3e'gemon'yii) (Gk.) f.

Authority, sovereignty. See

ZHVeUONIZ.

H 7 e «(B « (3e'gemon') (Gk.) m.

Governor, chief, sovereign. See

Z,HVeti(VN.

HVOVueMoc (3e'ghuma'nos) m.

Archpriest, Hegomen, Director,

supervisor. See ZHVonuetioc.

H&e


k c o v m tg Cip& x (3esu' 3enta'

sirikh') The Book of Sirach.

Hcvxta (’esik'yi) (Gk.) f. Rest,

silence, quietness.

- e p k cvx a ziN (3er 3esi'kizin) v. To

rest, to be quiet.

50

h to c (3e'tos) (Gk.) m. A silver coin.

hjsi (3e'shi) m. Lice. See evHSDt.

HXi (De'ji) m. Leek, a vegetable;

Green color.


© 51 ©&;5^

0 HT&. (the'ta)

Theeta

© abb. of the numeral Nine; m. iJfiT

(3epsit'); f. i|fit (^epsi'ti).

- pe^JriT (ra ^epsit') One ninth.

© (Deth) The definite article for sg. f.

See also f, t .

©a (thi) That of, that which belongs

to, that which pertains to [Proclitic

pronoun for sg. f. nouns]. See


©a.5i 52 e e ^ T H f i

©&3i (thi'khi) Drunk, [qual. of 0/3/].

©a.&eu (th£ham') Invited, called.

[qual. of 0


©eo- 53 ©eS-

©eo- (tha'3o) (Gk.) m. God. Eq. to

n o v f .

OeoXcopoc (tha'3odo'ros) Theodore.

(mean. The gift of God)See

Awpo/f.

©eokovia. (tha'3olog'ya) f. Theology,

©eokoroc (tha'3olo'ghos) m.

Theologian.

©ebnpeTTOc (tha'3opra'pos) Fit for

God, proper for God

© eoc (tha'3os) (Gk.) m. God. Eq. to

N o r f .

©eocefiHC (tha' 3oseves') m. Pious,

God-fearing person.

- jueToeocefiHC (met tha'3ose ves')

f. Godliness, reverence for God,

piety.

©ebTOKia. (tha'3otoki'ya) f. A praise

for St Mary.

0ebTOKoc (tha'3oto'kos). Mother of

God. Eq. to U& CN O vf

©eov (tha 3u') (Gk.) m. God. Eq. to

n o v f .

0eb$ik.oc (tha'3ofi'los) Theophilus.

(mean. Loved by God, God-loving)

eeb$opoc (tha'3ofo'ros) (Gk.) God-

bearer.

©ep&nia. (thari'pyi) (Gk) f. Healing.

Eq. to


©ej5© (thekh thokh') Mixed,

confused, [qual. of 0 o£ee3 ].

eeSewS* (thekh thokh') To mix,

befriend, fraternize, confuse, [pron.

of eo£ee£],

©ez, (thah) Mixed, combined, turbid.

[qual. of eo>g].

o h - (the) That, demonst. pron. sg. f.

©hBi (the'vi) f. Casket, Coffin.

Sarcophagus. See oeBt (2),

vauS i, c2lh.

©He©- (the'3eth) Who, which, that.

Relative pron. sg. f. Used with

words starting with B, p, n, A , o or

ju. See also o h s 't -.

© H e© N ec(oc ( th e ^ e th n a 's o s ) f. The

o n e w ho is beautiful. See

eenecwc.

©HeT- (the'3et) Who, which, that.

Relative pron. sg. f. Used with

words starting with letters other

than B, p, ti, A, o or ju. See also

0 H 6 0 -.

©HGTe jUm &v (thePeta^emmSv')

That, demonst. pron. sg. f.

© h u (them) To be closed, shut. [qual.

of 0WJU]

© hn (then) m. Sulfur, brimstone.

©h ni (the'ni) v. To sprout, grow,

succeed.

©h n o v (thenu ) pron. suffix for pi. 2nd

person.

© h o v (the'yii) m. Wind, breath. See

also 0 ov.

- fc.a.©Hov (IS theyii') n. Storm,

strong wind.

- Nejan©HOV (neshp the'yii) f. Fan

- c&p&eHOV (sSri the'yii) f. Storm,

strong wind.

- 5C».©hot (kd the'yii) m. Window

- z,i nioHor (hi'pi the'yii) v. To die,

to breath (his) last. See z>i.

- z>i neq©HOV (hi' pef theyii') v. To

breath his last, to die. See &/.

©HptON (ther'yon) (Gk.) n. Wild

animal.

©Hc&vpoc (thesiv'ros) (Gk.) m.

Treasure. Eq. to k&o (1). See

also 0 vc*rpoc.

©h t (thet) Calm, satisfied, mixed.

[qual. of 0 (0 t],

©hjb (thesh) Determined, settled.

[qual. of ooojt/ (1), 0 Oj& (1)].

©iBc (thibs) m. Heel.

- €i©iBc (chi'thibs) v. To follow.

©i k (thik) m. Spark, flash, bit of fire,

©iqi (thi'fi) v. To swell, to grow a

tumor.

©iqi (thi'fi) m. Swelling, tumor.

- M©oq©eq (Den' thof thaf') adj.

Swollen, puffed up, bulging.

© i5i (thi'khi) v. To get drunk; m.

Drunkenness. See©a.5i.

- peq©u5i (ref thi'khi) n. Drunkard

- 2CiMjyTeu©i3i (jin 3esh'tem thi'khi)

m. State of being sober.

©2vh (3ethle') v. To drip, filter, seep,

trickle. See also *A//A/,

v e A t/A/.

©2v.h (3ethle') m. A drop, a trickle.

©2vh?u (’ethle'li). v. To drip, filter,

seep, trickle. See also ©2lh,

TefcTifci.

©2utyic (3ethlip'sis) (Gk.) f. Distress,

pressure, affliction, tribulation. Eq.

to & ox& ex.


© kou 55 ©ONTeN

ekou (3eth'iom) m. Furrow, shallow

trench, path, lines made by the

plough.

ekam (3ethlom') pi. Furrows, [pi. of

eXoju],

©u&ie- (3ethmi'ye) To justify, [const.

Of 0JUSJO].

o u w h o y t (3ethm£yut') Justified,

vindicated, exonerated, [qual. of

0JUS./O].

e «M o (3ethm&'yo) v. To justify, to

vindicate, to exonerate. See jus./

(2), jusio, ejuste- jus/o^

bjusto^ o j u s ih o y t .

©u&io (3ethmi'yo) m. Justification,

vindication.

©jua.10^ (3ethm£'y°) To justify, [pron.

Of 0JUSIO],

euecio (3ethmes'yo) v. To help

deliver a baby. See w e t.

- peqeuecio (ref 3ethmes'yo) f.

Midwife. See w e t.

ouh (3ethme') m. Reed, straw, mat

made of reeds.

euHi (3eth mey') n. A righteous

person. See j u h i (2).

buHTpa, (3ethmet'r&) f. The womb.

See jum ps,.

buic (3eth'mis) pi. Dust, ashes.

©n &v (3ethniv') When ?. [interrog.

word]

©o (1) (tho) m. Multitude, variety,

abundance.

- ©o NpHt (tho 3en re'ti) Many

kinds.

eo (2) (tho) m. World, universe,

eoi (thoy). m. Spot on the skin, birth

mark.

eoteoi (thoythoy) Spotted with

colored spots.

©ok (1) (thok). m. Knife, razor.

scalpel. See also b w k .

©ok (2) (thok) m. Mast of a boat.

eoKeu (thokam') Pulled out, or

drawn, [qual. ofewjceju],

ookc^ (thoks) To pierce, stab. [pron.

of e o r z (1)].

©okc (thoks) Pierced, stabbed, [qual.

o fe o rz (1)].

©0K T 6K (thoktak') v. prickle, to print

a tattoo. See also xoKxetc.

©oXB^ (tholb) To defile, [pron. of

eovXeB]

eokefi (thoiab-) Defiled, [qual. of

eeo&eB]

©okc (thols) Immersed, dipped,

submerged, [qual. of eot&c].

eou (1) (thorn) m. Mat made of straw,

eou (2) (thorn) m. Circle, hoop.

©ou^ (thorn) To shut, close, [pron. of

eouju]

©owe (thorns) v. To bury. See eoojuc,

0 6 juc-, eojuc^ eojuc,

eouc-^ (thorns) To bury. [pron. of

ewjuc],

©o«c (thorns) Buried, [qual. of

ecujuc],

© ouTeu (thomtam') v. To oppress,

to darken, to burden. See

TOJUTeiu, vejueooju.

©ou$in (tho'3em fin') m. Weasel.

See (p/ff.

© ohtch (thontan') v. To be like, to be

similar. See TeN&WN-

TeNeaoN^, 'Ten»(on,

VeN0(VMT.


eopTT 56

eopir (thorp) The state of being sewn

(for clothes), [qual. of eoopn].

eopjo (thorsh) The state of being red.

[qual. of ooopw].

©o t -^ (thot) To mix, pacify, calm.

[pron. of ecvT],

© o r- (thii) Wind, breath, [p.c. of

&Hor]

- ©ovpHC (thiires') Southern wind.

- ©OVU2/IT (thiimhit') Northern wind.

90VM (thu'Wciy). f. Threshold. See

also 0 B&1.

©ovefco (thii 3a'lo) v. To overflow,

inundate, flood. See also t orJAo

© o ve T- (thu' 3et) To gather, [const.

of eooovf]

©o v h t (thii Det') Gathered together.

[qual. ofecoorf]

p e q © o vH T(re f thu 3et') n.

Gatherer, the one who gathers.

© ov© ov (thu'thu) n. A skin disease

causing discoloration.

©ovue (thii'me) n. The zodiac sign

Virgo’.

© o vkc (thuks) To pierce, stab. See

0 o v% (1).

© o r^ (1) (thtiks) v. To pierce, stab.

See 0OYKC, 6


©pejopcoso 57 ©(OMC

©pejopouya (Dethreshrosh') n. Red

color; [qual. of bpoj&pejtt] Red.

©PHfi (3ethreb') m. A kick, a hit with

the foot.

0pHNoi m t b lepem &c (3ethre'ni

3enta' yera'miyas') The Book of

Lamentations.

©PHnoc (3ethre'nos) (Gk.) m. Wailing,

lamentation.

©pm (3eth'rim) m. The metal

’mercury’.

©pip (1) (3eth'rir) f. Oven.

©pip (2) (3eth'rir) m. Tray.

©po (3eth'ro) To cause someone to do

something. See e p e ^ epe.

©poNoc (3ethro'nos) (Gk.) m. Throne,

royal seat.

- TTeicbpoNoc (pek 3ethro'nos) Your

throne,

©pojo (3eth'rosh) v. To become red.

©pojspeja (3eth'rosh rash') v. To

become red; m. Redness. See

©pe^pouja.

©twoc (1) (thi'mos) (Gk.) m. Passion,

passionate longing.

©vmoc (2) (thi'mos) (Gk.) m. Anger,

wrath, rage.

©rc&vpoc (thisSv'ros) (Gk.)

Treasure. Eq. to k&o. See also

eHC&vpoc.

©vci& (thisi'yi) (Gk.) f. Sacrifice,

offering. Eq. to &or&cvor&/

©vcifcCTHpiON (thisi'ySste'riyon)

(Gk.) m. Altar. Eq. to

ju&nepo vspaoo

©0) (tho) Yours, poss. pron., 2nd

person sg.f., possessed noun sg. f.

©a>fi$» (1) (thobsh) v. To be amazed,

to be astonished.

©ctffig) (2) (thobsh) m. Influence,

effect.

©«)i (thoy) Mine. poss. pron., 1st

person sg., possessed noun sg. f.

©(ok (thok) Yours, poss. pron., 2nd

person sg.m., possessed noun sg.

f.

- ©one T e tacoM Yours is the

power

©«)K (1) (thok) m. Knife, razor,

scalpel. See also 0 ok

©(ok (2) (thok) m. Mast of a boat.

©(ok (3) (thok) v. To kindle, to ignite,

to set fire, to cook on fire; m. Fire,

fervor.

- u&n©(ok (mS'3en thok') m. Oven.

©(okcu (thokam') v. To pull out or

draw (a knife or a sword). See

0 eKeu-, eotceu.

©(okc (thoks) v. To pierce, stab. See

e o v z (1).

©(ofcefi (tho'lab) v. To defile, to be

defiled, polluted; m. blemish, dirt,

stain, defilement, pollution. See

ewK&*, 0oKe&.

a.T©(ofcefi (3at tho'lab) adj.

Unpolluted, spotless.

- t©a>fceB (ti tho'lab) v. To pollute,

defile.

©(Ofcc (thols) To be immersed,

dipped submerged.

© am (thorn) m. Barrier, fence.

© am (thorn) v. To shut, close. See

0 e u -, 0 ou*, 0hu,

©(o«M2/HT (thorn'3en het') v. To be

cruel, to have a hardened heart; m.

Cruelty, hardened heart.

©(ouc (thorns) v. To bury. See 0 e u c -

, 0OJUC-S, 0OJUC.


©am 58 ©0>SS

- u&nooouc (m i'3en thorns') m.

Cemetery, burial ground,

graveyard.

©n (1) (thon) Ours. poss. pron., 1st

person pi, possessed noun sg. f.

earn (2) (thon) Where ?

- efiok0tt)N (3a'vol thon') From

where?, where from?

- eeooN (3ethon') To where?

- n ©o>n (3enthon') Where?

- $&©oon (fithon) From where?

©(BNTeM ((thontan') v. To estimate,

to measure.

©o v i (sin' tho 3u'wi)

Shoemaker, cobbler.

O o o o tt (tho 3iit') n. Thout or Tut; the

first month of the Egyptian (Coptic)

year.

© (oovt (tho 3ut') m. Statue of an idol.

© (b o ttc (tho 3uts') f. Collection,

assembly, congregation, group,

©ouovt (tho 3u'ti) v. To gather,

congregate, assemble; m.

Assembly, gathering.See e o re v-,

0 O V < 0 T^, O O YH T.

- u&.N«(OOV't (m i 3en'tho 3ii'ti) m.

Meeting place.

- 2ciN©pTT (ref thorp') n. Clothing

maker, tailor.

©tt»PS» (thorsh) v. To become red.

See eopjtf.

©


ecojo 59 eo>&c

- «,tov©o>ssj (3§t 3u thosh') adv.

Unintentionally.

- 5a, oveooja (kh£ 3ii thosh') adv.

Intentionally.

eooja (2) (thosh) m. Regulation, rule,

ordinance, statute, law, design,

plan, intent.

- eptrecMjo (3e r3ep thosh') v. To put

in order, design, prepare.

- peqea>jy (ref thosh') n. Organizer,

designer, leader.

- xinocojo (jin thosh') m. The act of

preparation, organization.

- tea)so (ti thosh') v. To take a

decision, to give an order.

ea)s» (3) (thosh) m. Region, district,

province, state.

eo)j8 (4) (thosh) m. Border, limit.

- a,Tea)ja (3£t thosh').adj. Has no

limit, unsettled, vacillating.

- (Tieo)jB (chi thosh') v. To become

a neighbor, to be next to.

- teo)jB (ti thosh') v. To put a limit, to

set a border.

ea>s» (5) (thosh) m. Diagnosis of a

disease.

eo>q (thof) His. poss. pron., 3? person

sg.m., possessed noun sg. f.

eu)£ (thokh) v. To mix, disturb,

prepare, add; m. Mixture,

disturbance. See ee3-,

eeS, eee,.

a.Teo)3 (3£t thokh') adj. Not mixed,

not confused, prudent,

unadulterated.

- uweu);5 (m&y thokh') adj. One

who loves to get to know people

and to meddle in their business.

- peqeo>5 (ref thokh') n. A nosy and

inquisitive person.

- peqtea)3 (ref ti' thokh) n. Trouble

instigator.

- teo>5 (ti' thokh) v. To start trouble.

ea)5 Nca, (thokh 3enseT) v. To stir (in

cooking).

ea>&eu (thoham') v. To call, invite;

m. Invitation, calling. See e& zeju-

es.B,jue^, e&zeiu.

- peqea)2/e« (ref' thoham') n. Host,

the one who invites.

- 2£iNeo)&eu (jin' thoham') m. Act of

inviting, calling.

eo)&ee& (thoh thah') v. to make

things turbid, muddy, dirty, to stir

up, to instigate. See also eo&.

- ueTeo>2,ee2/ (met thoh thah') f.

Turbulence, perturbation, unrest.

eo>2/C (thohs) v. To anoint; m.

Anointing, Ointment, paint. See

e&&c-, e&&c.

TTIOtt>2,C MT6 nijbooni (pi

thohs'3enta' ni sho'ni) m. The

unction of the sick.

- Nez, «TTiea)e,c (nah'3empi thohs')

m. Anointing oil.

- peqepea.&c (ref 3er th&hs') n.

House painter, wall painter.

- peqea)2,c (ref thohs') n. The one

who anoints.

- 5dNeo)2/C (jin thohs') m. the act of

anointing.


I 60 l&.'T'f

ltD Ta. (yo'ta)

Yota

T abb. of the numeral Ten; m. j u h t

(met); f. JUHt (me'ti).

- p e «H T (ra met') One tenth.

'i (3iy) v. To come, arrive.

- x m l (jin 3iy’) m. Coming, advent.

'i eBok. (Diy’ ’a'vol) v. to exit, to go

outside.

- jua.Ni eBok. (m i^en ’ iy^a'vol) m.

Exit.

- sciNi efiok (jin ^iy'^a'vol) m.

Coming out, starting, founding.

'i eBok eipeN (Diy' 3a'vol 3a'

^ehran') v. To come out to meet.

'i eBok&tTeN (^iy’a'vol hitan') v. To

leave, to leave behind.

'i eirecHT (3iy 3a'peset') v. To come

down, to go down.

- xirii enecH T (jin 3iy'3a'peset') m.

Coming down, descent.

'i eTTssooi (3iy ^ e p s h o 'y ) v. To

ascend, to go up.

- scini etrsawi (jin ’iy^a'^ep shoy')

m. Going up, ascent.

i W o t (3iy 3atot') v. To arrest, to be

arrested, to fall in the hands of.

'i eT&H (Diy ^a^et-he') v. To go

forward, be successful, advance.

'i eSoTN (3iy'3akhiin) v. To enter, go

inside.

- iua.Ni cSovn (mi'^en 3iy' 3akhiin')

m. Entrance.

- xiNi cSovn (jin 3iy'3akhiin') m.

Going in, getting inside.

"i e&pHi (3iy 3a'3ekhrey') v. To go

down, descend,

'i eipH i (3iy 3a'3ehrey') v. To go up,

to ride.

'i esteN (3iy 3ajen') v. To go up, ride.

'i rtca (3iy 3ensa') v. To seek, pursue,

look for.

la (y£) m. Valley, ravine,

la - (yS) Donkey. See also /w (2).

- la n tio o y (y&'3ento 3u') m. Wild

donkey.

- la 'c2/iju> (y£' 3es-hi'mi) f. Female

donkey.

- la 2/OBOYT (yS'ho 3ut') m. Male

donkey

la - (yi) To wash, [const, of /at/]

- ia T O T ^ (yatot') To wash the

hands.

laBi (ySvi) f. sickness, illness,

infirmity.

laK«)Boc (ySko'bos) (Heb.) Jacob,

James, (mean. Seizing by the heel

of)

iaX (yal) f. Mirror.

ia k N& aT (y£i'3en h£t') f. Silver

mirror. See & j t .

iaN(ylin) m. The plant 'violet1 or its

flower, violet color.

iapo (yi'ro) m. River.

lapwoY (y£'ro Du') pi. Rivers, [pi. of

/&po],

lacnic (ySs'pis) f. Jasper; a precious

stone.

ia T ^ (yit) A glance, gaze,

contemplation.

- juekjciaT-^ (melkySt') v. To watch,

observe, contemplate.


I & T O T ^ 61 tepoc

- ttJOvma.T'*' (3d 3u'niySt') Blessed.

- t w a r -^ (ti'niySt') v. To see,

observe, contemplate.

- ua.i& T^ (m£y£t') Look, observe,

contemplate, [imper. of

la.TOT'*' (y£ tot') v. To wash the

hands. See is.-, t o t ^ .

IS.Y (y3v) m. Linen.

ia.&- (y3h) Field, [p.c. of io&i]

ia.2,a.2v.ofci (y£h 3§'loli) m.

Vineyard.

- f&2/jbsoHN (y3h 3eshshen') m.

Forest

'ifii ( 3e'vi) v. To thirst; m. Thirst. See

oBt.

iAiouthc (3ithy6tes') (Gk.) m.

Layman, unskilled person, an

ignorant man.

'lAcofcoN (3itho'lon) (Gk.) m. Idol,

statue, image

le (1) (ya) Or, or whether.

- qT&i le qTH (3eft§y'ya 3ef te')

Here or there.

le (2) (ya) Then, unless, surely.

iefi (1) (yab) m. finger or toe nail,

hoof, claw. See also ih B.

- icfi nps.t (yab 3en r3t') Bird or

animal claw. See p&rr.

lefi (2) (yab) m. Art, handmade craft,

decoration. See ten, tonn.

lefi K (b t (yab kot') m. The art of

decorating buildings,

lefi n&n&mhi (yab'en 3animey') m.

Handmade jewelry crafts.

iefi NeoopTT (yab'3en thorp') m. The

art of sewing.

iefi iiNovfi (yab'3en nub') m.

Handmade gold crafts.

iefi N&&.T (yab'3en hit') m.

Handmade silver crafts,

iefi NStrOiAT (yab'3en homt') m.

Handmade copper crafts.

ieficT (3er yab shot') v. To

trade, to work in buying and

selling.

lezeiciHft. (yeza'kiyel) (Heb.)

Ezekiel, (mean. The strength of

God).

lefcefc (yelal') v. To shine, sparkle;

m. Brightness, shine,

len (yap) m. Art, handmade craft,

decoration. See te£ (2).

tepfiONi (yer'vo'ni) f. Evil eye.

iep&TiKH (Gk.) (yerS'tike') Priestly.

lepsTiKOC (Gk.) (yeri'tikos) Priestly,

lepeui&c (yera'miylis) (Heb.)

(mean. Appointed by Jehovah)

leperc (yerevs') (Gk.) m. Priest.

iepo (ya'ro) (Gk.) Holy.

lepou&pTvpoc (ya'ro m^rti'ros)

The holy martyr.

iepoUra.2k.THC (ya'ro psiltes') The

holy psaltist.

lepoc (ya'ros) (Gk.) Holy.


leporcs.2k.Htt 62

leporc3wk.HU (yarii'silem ') (Heb.)

Jerusalem, (mean. The habitation

of peace)

ie $ (yaf) m. Art, handmade craft,

decoration. See w B (2).

- ieov


ioe-i 63 io>

- nieeNio) N Te tuioz, (pi then'yo

3enta' piyoh') m. Eclipse of the

moon.

- TrmijBi MTe mioz, (pi mi'shi

3enta' piyoh') m. Eclipse of the

moon.

io&i (yo'hi) m.Me\6

- Nefiio&i (nab yo'hi) n. Owner of the

field. See /&&-.

lo t (yoti')p/. Fathers, [pi. of k o t ],

ipHNH (3irene') (Gk.) f. Peace,

tranquillity. See z /p h n h .

'ipi (1) (3e'ri) v. To do, to make. See

k p /- k p t o n , k p /T ^ .p s ., ep-,

0/(1).

- kjaipi n. (3&'shiri) n. adj. Active

diligent person.

- peiiNipi (rem 3en 3e'ri) n. Worker,

doer.

- peqipi (ref 3e'ri) n. Maker, doer.

- TSjee 'ipi (ti'she 3e'ri) v. To do

great things, To do a lot.

- xtNipi (jin =>e'ri) m. Act of doing.

'ipi (2) (3e'ri) v. To spend time

'ipi (3) (3e'ri) v. To add up to, make

(in arithmetic).

'ipic (3i'ris) (Gk.) f. Iris, rainbow. Eq. to

HTTe.

1c An abbreviation of Ihcovc.

ic (1) (yis) Since, ago.

ic.(2) (yis) interj. Here is, Behold.

- ic fcHTTTTe (yis hep'pe) interj. Here

is, Behold.

1c&&k (Dis& 3§k') (Heb.) Isaac.

(mean. Laughter).

lcp&Hfc. (3isrS 3el') Israel, (mean. To

wrestle with God).

lcpa.Hfc.iTHC (3isrH 3e'lites') m. f.

Israelite.

icxvpoc (3is shi'ros or yis shi'ros)

(Gk.) m. Strong, mighty, robust.

Eq. to xoopt.

icsce (yisja') If, as if.

icxeic (yisjak') If, as if.

IC2C6N (yisjan') Since, from.

- icxert ireNez, (yisjan'3ep 3a'nah)

Since the beginning. SeeeNes,.

- ICX6N tMOV N6U S0».eMe2,

(yisjan' tinu'nam sh i'3a'nah) From

now to eternity. See f/tov,

jg&'eNez,.

- icsceN iaopn gja. 3a.e (yis jan

shorp'sha jshS 3a') From the

beginning to the end. See s&opn,

- icxcn 2/i^orei (yisjan'hi 3ef' 3u

Day') From afar.

- icaceN scooot jsa. jcojov (yisjen'

go 3ii' shci go 3u') From generation

to generation.

'its . (3it£') (Gk.) Then, afterward,

thereupon.

'iT e (3ita') (Gk.) Whether, or.

itcm (3itan') m. Garbage, trash.

- peqqiiTeM (ref fi'3itan') n. Garbage

collector.

i% evc (Dikh'this) (Gk.) m. fish. This

word is used as a symbol for

Christ. It stands for I h c o v c

VCp tcTo vc Be o r Ytoc

Gw t h p (Jesus Christ, Son of

God, Savior).

ito (1) (yo) To wash. See koi. See

IK- n / '

- peqioo (ref yo) n. cleaner, washer.

- u&ni(o (m§ 3en yo) m. Cleaning

tub, bathtub.


i efioJv. 64

io> efiok. (yo 3a'vol) m. Washing,

ablution, purification,

itt) (2) (yo) f. Donkey. See also ed>,

/s..

1(*)S.nnhc (yo 3an'nes) The Epistles

of John.

- £ 1(o&n n h c (yo 3an'nes 3ti'wi) The

First Epistle of John.

- 5 I co&nn h c (yo 3an'nes 3esnu'ti)

The Second Epistle of John.

- ¥ Ioo&nnhc (yo3an'nes shom'ti)

The Third Epistle of John.

loofi (yob) (Heb.) Job. (mean.

Persecuted).

loai (yoy) v. To wash. See /oo(1),

/&-, n C< HOOT

koi efiok (yoy 3a'vol) v. To wash

1(on& (yo'n3) (Heb.) Jonah, (mean.

Dove)

Koov (yo 3u') Washed, [qual. of koi

orioo]

- a.Ti(ooY (it'yo 3u') adj. Dirty,

unwashed.

icopeu (yo'rem) v. To be amazed,

astonished, to gaze. See /open.

nop2/ (yorh) v. To see, watch.

iu>p& (yorh) m. Sight, vision

- xiNioope, (jin yorh) n. Vision,

perception.

i


K 65 KKfcKU0

K ^ n n a . (kap pa)

Kappa

ic abb. of the numeral Twenty; m.

x o v t (gut); f. sccdI" (go'ti).

k - (3ek) vbl. prf. for simple present

tense sg. m. 2nd person. Used with

verbs starting with letters other

than B, p, n, A , o or ju. See x .

k *.B (k&b) adj. Shrewd, intelligent,

smooth, deceitful, sneaky.

- ueT K S.fi (met' k&b) f. Deceit,

shrewdness, cleverness,

deception.

K&fi&i (kavay') pi. Baskets

Ka.fia.iTHc (kaviytes') n. Maker of

baskets.

Ka.fii (ki'vi) f. Oil container, oil lamp.

Ka.oa.poc (kcithi'ros) (Gk.) adj.

Clean, pure, untarnished.

K a.ea.pT oc (kathar'tos) (Gk.) adj.

Pure, clean, good.

- SKKea.pToc (^'kath^r'tos) (Gk.)

adj. Impure, unclean.

KKeekp* (k£thed'r§) (Gk.) f. Seat,

chair, headquarters.

K&.eipoc (kithi'ros) m.Turtle. Eq. to

e&ODT.

KKeicua. (klithiz'mi) (Gk.) m. Seat,

rear, bottom.

Ka.eofc.iKH (kitholike') (Gk.) adj.

Universal, catholic.

km (ka) (Gk.) And. See ice (2).

ksinoc (ka'nos) (Gk.) New. See

K6N0C,

Ka.ici (kiy'si) f. Preparation for burial,

Shroud.

K a .iTi (ka'ti) (Gk.) Therefore, and yet.

See also ksl/ t o /, K X / T o / r e ,

k b t i , K e T iv e .

Ka.iToi (ka'te) (Gk.) Therefore, and

yet.

K M To iv e (kate'ge) (Gk.) Therefore,

and yet.

Ka.K- (kak) Peeled, stripped, [p.c. of

KOOK, XOOK]

Ka.Kfia.fc (k&kv£l') With bare eyes.

K a.K ei (1) (k&k'thi) m. Feather.

Ka.Kei rTc3a.i (k£k'thi 3en

DeskhSy') m. Writing feather.

K a.K ei (2) (kik'thi) f. Louse, or any

small insect that lives in the hair of

humans, animals or birds. See

also xajcei.

oi n k &k o i (^oy^en kak'thi)

Infested with lice.

Ka.Kia. (kciki'yci) f. Evil, malice.

KaxK&it&v (k£kk£m£v') f. Small

night owl. See also x &k k &ju& y .

k&koi (k&koy') m. Nasal mucus.

Ka.K0 C (kcik'os) (Gk.) adj. Evil, ugly,

corrupt.

KKKC62/T (k£k seht') m. Leper. See

ces/r.

KSKOvproc (klikur'ghos) (Gk.) n.

Evildoer, criminal.

Ka,K0Ypvifc (kikiirgi'y§) (Gk.) f.

Wickedness.

Ka.Kooc (kSkos') (Gk.) adv. badly,

wrongly, wickedly.

Ka.fc&u$o (kSllim'fo) f. Hill.


KakaU $0>0V 6 6 K & C K e p & 'T

Kakau$a>ov (kiiim 'fo 3u') pi. Hills.

[pi. of k a & a ju


KKCOTfc.! 67 K a T& H T

Ka.covfc.1 (k&su'li) f. A covering for

the head and shoulders. Egyptian

'Tarha' or 'Shamla'.

K&cpo (kis'ro) m. Jaw bone. See po

(1).

Ka.cTa.No (kasti'no) (Gk.) f.

Chestnuts.

Ka.CTpo (kis'tro) (Lat.) m. Fortress.

K a .T- (kit) Understanding, [p.c. of

K S .fl

- K & T2/HT (kit het') n. Prudent,

wise. See e>trr.

Ka.TK (k iti') (Gk.) According to, as,

concerning.

Ka.Ta. jua. (k i'ti m i') In different

places, in several places. See j u s .

Ka.Ta. c h o v (kiti'seyiT) In due

season. See choy.

K a.Ta. $ t o >u i ( k iti'3ef to'mi) adv.

As deemed fit, proper. See vo o jui.

Ka.Ta.Ba.cic (ki'tivisis') Gk.) f.

Descent, a way down.

Kara.BofcH (ki'tivole') (Gk.) f.

Foundation, establishment.

Ka.Ta.Kfcvcjuoc (kitikliz'mos) (Gk.)

m. Flood, deluge.

KKTKKpiua. (ki'tikri'm i) (Gk.) m.

Condemnation, punishment.

Ka.Ta.fca.fc.ia. (k iti'lili'yi) (Gk.) f.

Backbiting, slander.

Ka.Ta.uepoc (k i'ti ma'ros)

Katameros; The book of Church

readings of every day and every

occasion. See juepoc.

K ara.N i?ic (ki'tinik'sis) (Gk.) f.

Piety.

Ka.Ta.NTa.N (kitintin') (Gk.) v. To

arrive, to come upon.

- epKa.Ta.MTa.N (3er' kitintin') v.

To arrive, to come upon.

Ka.Ta.?uoN (kitiksi'yon') (Gk.) To

account worthy of

- kpiKKTa,?ioN (3a'ri kitiksi’yon or

3i'ri kitiksi'yon) Make worthy of.

[imper.]

KKTa.neTa.cjua. (kitipetiz'm i')

(Gk.) m. Curtain, veil.

Ka.TMTONTicuoc (kitipontiz'mos)

(Gk.) m. Drowning, sinking.

KKTa.ca.p? (k i'ti sirks') (Gk.) m.

Blood relatives.

Ka,Ta.$pH+ (ki'tifyre'ti) As, In such

a manner. See pH f.

Ka.TKpoNiN (kitif'ronin') v. To

despise, to look down upon.

Ka-THS-opia. (ka'teghor'ya or

ka'tegor'yi) (Gk.) f. Accusation,

complaint.

- epKKTHVopiN (3er kate'qhorin' or

3er kate'gorin') v. To accuse, to

charge.

Ka.TH5CHdc (ki'teke'sis) (Gk.) f.

Sermon, preaching.

- epKaTHjcm (3er kitekin') v. To

give a sermon, to instruct.

k k t h j c o v j u c n h (kite'kiimane') n.

Catechumens, Those who are

instructed in preparation for

baptism.

k k t u i c (kit'mis) m. Mulberry.

KKToa. (kito'3i ) f. Small boat.

k k t o c (ki'tos) (Gk.) m. Water-

wheel.

K a .T0vfci (kitii'li) m. An edible plant.

[Egyptian Khobbeza].

k k t 2» h t (kit het') n. Prudent, wise.

SeeKSV, 2/N'T (1).


K&vua. 68

- epK& T& H T (3er' kit het') v. To

become wise

- tte'Tica,'T&HT(met' kit het') f.

Understanding, wisdom.

K&vua. (k iv'm i) (Gk.) m. Heat.

- epK&Yua. (3er k iv'm i) v. To burn.

K & rpi (kiv'ri) f. Deaf, hearing

impaired person. See K ovp (1).

k&vcoon (kivson') (Gk.) m.

Scorching heat.

(kifi'y) An Egyptian bird.

(k ifi ji) m. The fiber of palm

tree leaves.

K&ja (kish) m. Pen, reed, stalk of a

plant, shin bone.

KS.JS (kish) f. Bed made of reeds for

animals.

lcasa- (kish) v. To break, [const, of

KW&]

(kish) To break, [pron. of

KCO&j

K&.JBOY (kishu') A type of fish.

K&,s»ovki (kishii'li) m. A certain kind

of dates.

Ka.2/^ (kih) To even out, to remove

roughness, to smoothen. [pron. of

KODZ,].

K&.2/I (ki'hi) m. Earth, soil, dust, land,

country.

- epK&&i (3er ki'hi) v. To become

dust, to become earth.

- peuNK&Z/i (rem'3en 3ki'hi) n. adj.

Earthly.

K&2/K (kihk) v. To hew, to carve.

See also jc&&jee.

K&&Ke (kihka') v. To hew, to carve

See also k z &k .

ka&kez, (kihkah') v. To smoothen,

to flatten, to make even, to remove

roughness, to carve. See

X62,X02,T, K62/K


K efiepN iTH C 69

KefiepNiTHC (kever'nites ) (Gk.) m.

Overseer. Eq. to peqep&em.

Kefii (ka'vi) m. Honey comb. See

also k h Bi (1).

KeApoc (ked'ros) (Gk.) f. Cedar tree.

Eq. to jpeNCiqi.

K eK - (kak) To peel, to strip, [pron. of

KWK, X


icepajuevc 70 K H fcl

Kepauuevc (kerimevs') (Gk.) m.

Potter, maker of pottery.

Kep&2; (kerSks') m. Ax, hatchet.

K ep».T (kerit') m. Carat.

Kep».VM0C (keriv'nos) (Gk.) m.

Thunder and lightning

- ?/iKepa.vNoc (hi'kerSv'nos) v. To

hit with lightning.

Kepjua. (ker'mS) (Gk.) m. Coin.

- qa.iKepua.(f£y ker'mli) n. Money

changer, treasurer.

- peqepjcepjua. (ref'3er ker'mi) n.

Money changer, treasurer.

Kepai (ker'mi) f. Ash, dust, gray

color.

- epKepui (3er ker'mi) y. To turn into

ashes or dust.

K e p c (k ers) m. A kind of fish.

Egyptian 'zakzouk'.

Kepjs- (kersh) To appeal, to implore,

to flatter, [const, of xwpio].

icepq- (kerf) To destroy, to abolish, to

exterminate, [const, of Kwpq].

Kep&e (kerha') m. Bald person.

ueTK ep& e (met kerha') f.

Baldness.

jcepsc- (kerg) To break, to fracture.

[const, of K w p x ].

KepxK&c (kerg'keis) v. To break the

bone.

Kec- (kas) To shroud, to embalm, to

bury, [const, of k w c J.

KecK (ka' sS) Another side,

elsewhere. See ice (1).

KecKtoc^ (keskos') v. To extend, to

stretch, [pron. of Kocjcec],

KecTama.pioc (kestonSr'yos) (Gk.)

m. One who execute people with

the sword.

K 6 T - (kat) To build, to edify, [const,

of jcodt],

k c t - (kat) To turn around, to seek.

[const, of K w f].

K e Ti (ka'te) (Gk.) Therefore, and

yet, although, albeit.

K e Tiv e (kate'ge) (Gk.) Therefore,

and yet.

Ke$a.fceoN (kefila'yon) (Gk.) m.

Chapter, section.

Ke$a.fcH (kefile') (Gk.) f. Head.

KexB(1), kwtt].

k h Bi (1) (ke'vi) m. Honey comb. See

also KeBt.

KHfii (2) (ke'vi) f. Vessel (for oil), Jar.

k h k (kek) Peeled, stripped, bare.

[qual. of kook, x


KH110C 71 kJviNa.Te

khuoc (ke'mos) (Gk.) m. Bridle,

muzzle.

khn (ken) v. To finish, to cease, to be

enough.

khncoc (Lat.) m. Tax, toll.

khtti (ke'pi) f. dome, roof, tent,

covering.

khtti Mpo (ke'pi 3en ro) f. Roof of the

mouth. See po (1).

khttoc (ke'pos) (Gk.) m. Garden. Eq.

to 5"tVJU.

khc (kes) Shrouded, embalmed,

buried, [qual. of kcvc],

k h t (ket) Built, edified, founded.

[qual. of k w t ].

k h to c (ke'tos) (Gk.) m. Whale. Eq.

to &X.SC&1.

KifiouToc (kivd'tos) (Gk.) f. A chest,

ark of Noah, ark of covenant.

kih (ki 3e') m. Male goat. See also

S'lie.

Kie&p& (kithi'ri) (Gk.) f. Harp.

k iu (kim) v. To move, to be moved.

k iu (kim) m. Motion, shaking.

- a.TK m (3it' kim) adj. Immovable,

unshakable, unwavering.

- aciNKiii (jin' kim) m. Movement, a

slanted line placed on top of

certain letters making them

pronounced as separate syllables.

KiNMiamoN (ki'nimo'non) m.

Cinnamon. See also

KINN&JUOOJUON.

kinXinoc (kinthi'nos) (Gk.) m.

Danger, peril. See k v n A m o c .

- epKiMAvHeviM (3erkinthi' nevin')

v. To get into a perilous situation,

to venture.

KiNN&uomoN (kin'nimo'non) m.

Cinnamon. Also k i n &juqojuon.

kitcdm (kiton') (Gk.) m. Bedroom.

See also k o i t o o n .

Kiqi (ki'fi) f. Breast, nipple. See also

S't(2).

K if (1) (ki'ti) f. Tax, tribute.

- (f iK if (chi kiti) v. To collect tax, to

receive tribute. See 6'/(1).

- t K i f (ti ki'ti) v. to pay tax. See f

(1).

K it (2) (ki'ti) f. Shekel (A coin).

- x e c K it (jas' ki'ti) Half a shekel.

See x e c -.

k2v&koc (DeklS'thos) (Gk.) n. Branch.

kk.s.cua, (3eklaz'ma) (Gk.) m.

Fragment, piece.

k2va.qT (3eklift') f. Hood, cap. See

also x X s q T .

k k H (3ekle') m. A vessel for liquid, a

big earthen jar; Egyptian "Balias".

See also x X h .

k2v.hu& (3ekle'm£) (Gk.) m. Branch,

shoot, twig.

kkHpoMoms. (3ekle'ronomi'yei) f.

Inheritance.

- epkkHpoNoiiiN (3er 3ekie'rono

min') v. To inherit.

kkHpoNouoc (3ekle'rono'mos) m.

Heir, one who inherits.

kkHpoc (3ekle'ros) (Gk.) m. Clergy;

Allotment, share, that which is

assigned by a lot.

- &ik2\.Hpoc (hi'3ekle'ros) v. To cast

a lot.

kkHCic (3ekle'sis) (Gk.) f. Calling,

invitation.

kk.iN&'Te (3ekle'nita‘) (Gk.) To

cause to bend, bow down.


kk iN o m eN 72 KOMI

KkiNoojueN (3ek|e'noman') Bend,

bow down,

kkisci (Dekli'ji) m. Gizzard of birds.

k k o u X e « (3ek'lomlam') to wind

around (as a snake), to be twisted,

to be implicated, be involved in.

See also xXojuKeu,

d'KonXeju.

kkooiki (3ekloy'li) f. Placental cord

between the fetus and the mother.

knikisci (3ek'niki'ji) f. Pail, pitcher,

bucket. See also K&xt.

Kofi^ (kob) v. to cool, to become

cool, [const, of xBoB]

Kofi^ (kob) To double, to be

multiplied, [const, of k w B (1)].

KOfie, (kobh) m. Tendon, cord,

ligament.

koi (koy) f. Field, plantation.

- peuiiKoi (rem'3en koy') m. Tiller of

the soil, wild man.

koinoc (ke'nos) (Gk.) f. Common, for

common use.

koin(0ni&. (kinon'yi) (Gk.) f.

Fellowship, partnership.

Koi'Tom (kiton') (Gk.) m. Bedroom.

See also k it w n .

koi2,i (koy'hi) m. Holster, sheath.

See also k u h z,.

KOK^(kok) To peel, to strip, [const, of

KWK, XOOK]

kokkinoc (kokki'nos) (Gk.) f.

Scarlet, red.

kokkoc (1) (kok'kos) (Gk.) m. Grain,

particle, bead.

kokkoc (2) (kok'kos) Scarlet.

K o k ^ (koi) To curl up, to roll back, to

twist, [pron. of kgoA], See also

x o A ^ (1 )

KOk&^iN (ko'lcizin') (Gk.) v. To

punish.

- epKoka,xiN (3er ko'lizin') v. To

punish.

K 0ka.Kia. (kolik'yi) (Gk.) f. Flattery,

undue compliments.

Kok&ci&c (kolis'yis) The Epistle to

the Colossians

Kok&cic (kolisis') (Gk.) f.

Punishment

KokKck. (kolkal') n. Mud, clay.

K 02vk&pi0M (kollir'yon) (Lat.) m.

Band for the neck, collar.

Kokofioc (kolo'vos) (Gk.) f. Short.

Kok.o$


KONI& 73 K 0 Y fc.2 ,0 T

konik (kon'y£) (Gk.) f. Plaster,

stucco.

Konpia. (kopri'yS) (Gk.) f. Garbage

heap, trash pile.

KoiTsa (kopsh) To be submissive, to

be humiliated, [qual. of Kpfs>].

jcopq^ (korf) To abolish, to destroy,

to exterminate, [pron. of Kcopq].

Kopq (korf) Abolished, destroyed,

idle, unemployed, [qual. of Kwpq],

K o p x ^ (korg) To break, to fracture.

/pron. of K w p x].

k o c* (kos) To shroud, to embalm, to

bury. [pron. of k w c ],

kockcc efiofc (koskas' a'vol) v. To

extend, to stretch out. See

K6CKW C.

kocjuikon (koz'mikon') (Gk.)

Worldly

k o c u in (kozmin') (Gk.) v. To

decorate, to adorn.

- epKOCUiN (3er' kozmin') v. To

decorate, to adorn.

KocuoKps-Toop (koz'mokr^'tor)

(Gk.) m. Ruler of the world.

kocuoc (koz'mos) (Gk.) m. World,

universe, order, ornament,

decoration.

k o t ^ (kot) To build, to edify, [pron. of

K a rr].

k o t ^ (kot) To turn back, to

surround, [pron. of K w f].

k o t (1) (kot) m. Wheel, cogwheel.

- 2/iKOT (hikot') v. To encircle, to

pay a visit, to encompass. See &/.

k o t (2) (kot) m Basket.

k o t c (kots) f. Whirl, vortex,

crookedness.

k o t c i (kot'si) f. Circuit, gulf.

k o t k i (kti'ki) f. Rind, peel.

K o vK o r$ a .T (ku'kiifcif) m. Hoopoe,

a small bird with erectile crest. See

also TierreTrHn.

koy2v&.2£I (kuli'ji) m. A kind of fish.

Kovfcfca. (kiil'li) f. The outer garment

of a monk.

K o rfc-fcovpio N (kulliir'yon) m. Eye

salve. Egyptian 'kohl'.

KovfcoDfc ( kulol') m. Pitcher, bucket,

Jar, vase. See K e h o & .

Kovfcwfc. (kulol') v. To wrap. See

jc o r & w & s ic o r& w K .

KOYfcaifc.^ (kulol') To wrap. [pron. of

KOY2lO)& ].

Kovfcoufc. (kulol') wrapped, [qual. of

KOYA.W &].

KOYfc&QT (kul'hot) m. Catfish.


KOVN'*' 74 KTfcia.

k o v n ^ (kiin) n. Bosom, lap. See also

K6N^.

K o vn e p (kii'par) m. Fragrant henna.

Egyptian "Tamr henna”. See also

xo vn e p .

K o vp (1) (kiir) m. Blow, slap.

- s»e n k o v p (sha'3enkiir') n. Blow,

slap. See sue (3).

- f k o v p (ti kiir') v. To slap, to strike.

Kovp (2) (kiir) m. pi. Deaf, hearing

impaired person. See K & rpi.

- epicovp (3erkiir') v. To become

deaf.

- j u c t k o v p (met kiir') f. Deafness.

K o vp e vc (kiirevs') (Gk.) m. Barber.

KovpNHfi (kiirneb') m. Ladle.

KOVCTa>&ia. (kustod'yli) (Lat) f.

Custodian, watch, guard.

K o v $ a .T (kiifat') m. Carpet, floor

mat.

k o v sc i (kii'ji) n. adj. Small, little, few.

- epKovsci (3erku'ji) v. To become

smaller, to shrink, to decrease in

size or number.

- ttik o v s c i NkfioT (pi ku'ji 3en

DS'vot) The small month, the 13th

month of the Coptic year.

- K K T K k o v s c i (kcitci kii'ji) adv.

Occasionally

- K K T K KOVSCI KOVSCI (kSt& kii'ji

ku'ji) adv. Stepwise, Little by little.

- ueNGNca. o v k o v s c i (m enen'si 3ii

ku'ji) adv. After a little while.

u e TK o v s c i (met ku'ji) f.

Youngness, smallness.

- h o v k o v s c i (3en 3u kii'ji) adv. A

little.

- npoc o v k o v s c i (3epros'3ii kii'ji)

adv. For a little.

kovsci ncom (kii'ji 3en son') m. The

younger brother. See c o n .

kovsci N2/HT (kii'ji 3en het') n., adj.

Coward, weak-hearted.

Koz, (koh) m. Angle, corner, point,

peak.

k p & u (3ekr&m') m. Wild parsley.

kp&uBH (3ekr£m'bi) (Gk.) f.

Cabbage.

kp&moN (Dekr§ni'yon) (Gk.) m. Skull.

Eq. to Hebrew Gologotha and to

Latin Calvary.

K p a -Tic T e (kritis'ta) (Gk.) m. A term

of respect; most excellent, noble.

Kpa.TOC (kra'tos) (Gk.) m. Might,

strength.

Kpicic (kri'sis) (Gk.) f. Judgement.

k p it h p io m (krite'ryon) (Gk.) f. Court,

tribunal. Eq. to

k p i t h c (krites') (Gk.) m. Judge. Eq.

to peqfz,x.TT.

kpokoc (kro'kos) (Gk.) m. Saffron.

k t h n o c (3ekte'nos) (Gk.) m. A beast

of burden, cattle,

kpooov (3ekro3ii') pi. Valleys, hills.

k th nooh (3ektenon') (Gk.) pi.

Beasts, cattle, [pi. of k t h n o c ].

k t h c ic (3ekte'sis) (Gk.) f. The

creation.

k v Bo b to c (kivd'tos) (Gk.) f. A chest,

ark of Noah, ark of covenant. See

Kt&dfTOC.

Kve&p& (kithS'rH) (Gk.) f. Harp.See

K/e& p*.

k v k X oc (kik'los) (Gk.) m. Orbit of

planets, circular movement.

k v k n o c (kik'nos) (Gk.) m. Swan.

Kvfcia, (kil'yi) f. Gum (at the base of

the teeth in the mouth).


KVUE&2lON 75 Kflopq

kyuE&2lon (kimvilon') (Gk.) m.

Cymbals.

Kvui2k.2v.iON (kimilli'von) (Gk.) m. pi.

Vessel, vessels.

kvn A in o c (kinthi'nos) m. Danger,

peril. See K m A//roc.

KYTTS-piccoc (kip&ris'sos) (Gk.) m.

Cypress tree or wood.

K v n p o c (kip'ros) Cyprus.

Krpia, (kiri'yi) (Gk.) f. Lady. Eq. to

fS'o/c.

kvpi& kh (kiryake') (Gk.) m. Sunday,

the day of the Lord. Eq. to

mors,/, or n/e&oov nvre

tt6 'o/c.

Kvpie (kir'ya) (Gk.) m. Lord. Eq. to

TTff'o/C

K v p ie ekekcoN (Gk.) (kir'ya

3alaye'son) Lord have mercy on

us. Eq. to fr6'o/c m s / n s n .

Kvpi2v.5K.oc (kiril'los) Cyril, Kirillos.

(mean. The servant of the Lord)

KvpiNNeoc (kirinna 3os) m. A native

of Cyrene.

Kvpioc (kir'yos) (Gk.) m. Lord.

master. Eq. to n6'o/c.

K v p i^ (kiriks') m. Preacher,

announcer. Eq. to qst&e/r/rovq/.

kooE (1) (kob) v. To double, to be

multiplied; m. Double, fold. See

K(OJT, K O B ^, KHB.

- NK(»6 (sh§shf'3en kob')

Seven-fold.

kooE (2) (kob) m. Yeast, leaven. See

also jgeuHp.

- «.tk


K00P2C 76 K O » t NC&.

Kcopsc (korg) v. To break, to fracture,

to cut down. See tcepx- jcopx

Kooc (kos) v. To shroud, to embalm,

to bury; m. Burial, embalming. See

K 6C-, K O C ^ .K H C .

- peqK ooc (refkos) n. Embalmer,

mortician.

- 2cinkcoc (jin kos) n. Burial

k(m t (kot) v. To build, to establish, to

edify; m. The act of building,

Edification. See k b t -, k o t ^,

K H T .

- ckoot (3ekot') n. Builder.

- eK ot (3eko'ti) pi. Builders, [pi. of

eKoov],

- iefi k «b t (yab-kot') m. The art of

decorating buildings.

ko>s» (kosh) v. To break, to split, to be

broken; m. Breaking. See K&sy-

K&.st)S

- k+ (3er ko'ti) v. To make a

turn, to circumvent.

- cKNKoot (scin ko'ti) n. One who is

shrewd, cunning, deceitful.

- ueTca.NKool' (met's£n ko'ti) f.

Deceitfulness, cunning.

iiiiKooi' (3em3ep ko'ti) adv.

Around. See K w f.

- scmKO)t (jin ko'ti) m. f. Turning

around, circle, inquiry.

Koof nck (ko'ti 3ens£') v. To seek,

to look for.


2V.&Y2S.& (lavla)

Lavla

fc abb. of the numeral Thirty; u k t t

(map).

fcK (IS) prf. indicating many, a lot of.

- fc.Kca.2ci (ISsS'ji) adj. Chatty,

Loquacious, talkative. See ease/.

- fca.qo>i (l§fo'y) adj. Hairy, has a lot

of hair. See qooi.

fcKE- (lab) Crazed, obsessed, [p.c. of

K/B/]

- fca.Bc2/iiti (l&b 3es hi'mi) m.

Womanizer.

fcKfio (1) (lli'vo) m. Lion. See also

n o n

fcKfio (2) (l&'vo) m. Boat's sail. See

alsofcKOVO.

fcKfioi (iSvoy') f. Female bear,

lioness. See juonH.

fca.fio't (IS'vo'ti) n. adj. Sodomite,

dirty, stained with sin. See B o f

fcKfic&iui (l£b 3es hi'mi) m.

Womanizer.

fcKfio) (ISvo) m. Ship's anchor cable.

See also KeB&N.

ft.KZa.poc (lli'zaros) (Heb.) Lazarus.

(mean. Whom God helps).

fcKeHov (IStheyu') n. Storm, strong

wind. See eHOV.

fc&ticoc (iS^ikos) (Gk.) m. adj. Laity,

of the people.

fc.KKa.uov (iSkimu') n. Colocynth.

77 fcKu

fcKKKNH (ISkS'ne) (Gk.) f. Bowl, dish,

pot.

fcKKeu (ISkam') v. To cut into little

pieces.

fcKKCNT (ISkent') m. Frying pan.

fcKKKOc (Icik'kos) (Gk.) m. Pit, hole,

den.

fc.KKfc.KK (iSklSk') n. Salad, a mixture

of different things. See also

fcKKUH (ISkme') f. Piece, fragment.

See also A& x ju h

fcKKUH n


k a u 78 2v.aSHTq

2v.au (2) (l£m) m. A small branch,

twig.

k a u a (l£m£') (Heb. Aram.) Why?, for

what?.

k.&ua.S'T (limeikht') adj. One who

overeats, glutton. See jus£ t .

2vauirac (lim pis') (Gk.) f. Lamp,

lantern.

- ep2v.auTTiN (3er limpin') v. To

illuminate.

2l&uttpoc (l&m 3ep'ros) (Gk.) adj.

Bright, shiny

2il3wU3cmtt (lim gipt') m. Tar, pitch.

2v.aoc (li^os) (Gk.) m. People, nation,

congregation. Eq. to & X oX.

k a o ra i (la'3Uway' or li'^Qway') adj.

Unique, sole, singular. See orst.

ka.ovo (IS HPo) m. Boat's sail. See

also XsBo (2).

Xa.TT2v.eTi (liplap') v. To languish, to

worry, to be troubled; m. Distress,

weariness, worry, anguish.

k a n ci (leip'si) v. To bite, nip; n. A

bite, a sting, a mouthful, a morsel,

a small piece. See also XsMri.

- (ukaTTci (chi lip'si) v. To bite.

k a c (l&s) m. Tongue, language.

- 2v.a.c CNa.v (lis^esniv') Double-

tongued, gossiper.

- Kekac (ka las') m. Another

language.

- $ a k a c (fi'ISs) m. Talker not doer.

- scasckac (gig 'lis) n. adj. One who

speaks defectively, One who

stammers, one with a cut tongue.

See x s x -.

2vac^ (lis) To bruise, to crush, [pron.

of X w c ]

2vac (lis) Bruised, crushed, [qual. of

X w c,j

2v.aca.sci (IS si'ji) adj. Loquacious,

talkative, chatty.

2v.iT (l&v) m. Hair lock, hair fringe,

cluster of dates, small rings of

metal that can form a chain. See

also X wo v.

2vav NfieNi (lav'en va'ni) m. A

branch of a cluster of dates on a

palm tree.

ka.5c2v.a.K (liklik') n. Salad, a mixture

of different things. See also

K s.k X.s k .

2v.axuH (likme') f. Piece, fragment.

See also 2v.aKUH.

2vatyi (lip'si) n. A bite, a sting, a

mouthful, a morsel, a small piece.

See also ka,nci.

- (f i2v.a,Tjfi (chi ISp'si) v. To bite,

kajai (li'shi) adj. Very tall. See also

XSjff/H.

kajatH (lishi 3e') adj. Very tall. See

also Xsjsf. See s&ih.

kaq (lif) adj. Pleasant,

kaqooi (lifo'y) adj. Hairy, has a lot of

hair. See qwt.

2v.a.5eu (1) (likham') m. Branch,

stalk, tube.

2v.a,;5eu nsc (b it (likham'

Dengoyt') m. Olive branch. See

X W /T.

k a S e u (2) (likham') Cooked, boiled.

[qual. of XwSeju]

kaSHfic (likhebs') m. Chandelier.

See S hBc.

k a ^ H T q (likhetf) adj. Greedy,

gluttonous, insatiable.


fca.2/H0V 79 fc.HK

fcse,Hov (ISheyiT) adj. Very useful,

See 2/h o t .

fc.&ac&fc (IS g&l') adj. Has a lot of

branches. See x & K .

fca.ac (iSg) Sticky, adhesive, gluey.

[qual. of K cox]

fca.aca.N (iSgin') m. Cool, moist place.

fcAaci (1) (IS'ji) n. Presumptuous,

insolent, persistent.

- epfca.aci ( 3er IS'ji) v. To urge

persistently, ask aggressively,

press.

- ueTfca.aci (met IS'ji) f. Impudence,

insolence, persistence.

fca.aci (2) (IS'ji) m. lavatory, bathroom.

fca.acfc.eac (1) (iSglag') m. Frame of a

door.

fcs.2cfc.eac (2) (iSglag') f. timber.

fca.2cfc.e2c (3) (l&glag') n. Sickness,

humility. See fcoacfceac.

fca,2!:(»fii (iSgo'vi) adj. Leafy, a plant

with a lot of leaves. See xooBt.

fcefiKM (lev&n') m. Ship's anchor

cable. See also K&Boo.

fcefiHC (leves') (Gk.) m. Kettle,

crucible.

fcefiiTOY (levitii') m. Sweater, sweat

shirt, pullover.

fcefiT (levt) m. Turnip. Egyptian "left".

fceBj» (1) (lebsh) m. Rubbish, trash,

waste, scum,

fcefijo (2) (lebsh) m. Material used for

fire such as wood, straw,

fceveow (lege-36n') (Lat) f. Legion.

fc.iMra.NOM (lipsS'non) (Gk.) m. Relics

of saints and martyrs.

fceKfctMK (leglog') Soft, smooth,

tender, [qual. of 2i.oKK.eK].

fcefce (la'le) v. To wander, stray.

fcefcejCHUi (la'leke'mi) m. Bruise,

wound, contusion.

fcefc.HU (lelem') m. Any small insect.

fceufc.HU (lemlem') Twisted, tangled,

crammed.

fceNaci (len'ji) m. Shield, armor.

fce^iKON (lek'sikon) (Gk.) m.

Dictionary, lexicon. Eq. to

&MC&XI.

fceoN (la'^on) n. Earring, bracelet,

ankle ring,

fcec- (las) To bruise, to crush, [const,

of KOOC]

fcety (leps) adj. Hunchback, curved.

2V.erm K0c (levi'tikos) The book of

Leviticus.

fc e v iT H C (levites') m. A levite.

fcejaac- (ieshg) To intimidate, to hurt.

[const, ofKoo&x]

fceqfciqi (lefli'fi) f. Fragment,

crumb(s), scrap(s).

fceqfcooq^ (leflof') v. To rot, to decay,

to spoil, to putrefy, [pron. of

Koqi\eq].

fceqfctoq (leflof') Rotten, foul,

decomposed, decayed. See also

KeqKooqT. [qual. of KoqKeq]

fceqfco> qT (lefloft') Rotten, foul,

decomposed, decayed. See also

KeqKooq. [qual. of 2i.0 q2i.eq],

fce&fceu (lehlam') m. Cockroach.

fc.e2c- (lag) v. To stick, adhere, cling.

[const, of Koox]

fceac?/- (leg-h) v. To lick, [const, of

Koox&]

fcHK (lek) Soft, tender, flexible,

mellow, [qual. of K ook]

- ueT fc.H K (met'lek) f. Softness,

freshness, gentleness.


2v.H2v 80 2v.omoc

- u e TpeqkH K (met ref'lek) f.

Massage, rubbing.

- tk H K (ti'lek) v. To soften, to

massage, to rub.

2v.h2v. (lei) m. Bracelet.

- 2vh2v mp&t (lePen r£t') m. Ankle

bracelet.

- 2v.h2v. nsc(3c (lePen jig') m. Arm

bracelet.

2v.Hk.ovi (lelii'wi) v., n. Shout (usually

expressing joy) Always prefixed

with efy- or in the form of

g& A h A o v i (=>esh lelu'wi) or

jbA.HA.or/ (°esh leluwi).

2v.HUiJfic (lemp'sis) (Gk.) f.

Receiving.

2v.hc (les) m. Jaw.

2viB&.non (liba'non) m. Frankincence.

2v.ifii (li'vi) v. To be mad, to be crazy;

m. Madness, obsession. See

A oBt, A&B-.

- peq2v.ifii (ref li'vi) n. Mad, insane.

2uBoc (li'vos) m. Colic. See also

AiBwc.

2v.ifi(oc (livos') m. Colic. See also

AtBoc.

kieoc (li'thos) (Gk.) m. Stone.

2v.ik (lik) m. Pot, jar.

2i.i2v. (lil) n. A small bird.

2v.iuhn (limen') (Gk.) m. Port, harbor,

haven, icon.

2v.imnh (lim'ne) (Gk.) f. Lake.

2v.i^ (liks) m. Veil, curtain, barrier.

- 2ii^ «T T iep$ei (liks'3empi 3er fay')

m. Curtain of the sanctuary.

kiT&Nia. (litcin'yi) (Gk.) f. Litany; A

supplication usually consisting of a

series of petitions to which people

make fixed responses.

- ep2v.irr&NeYiN (3er liti'nevin') v. To

perform a litany.

2u to yp vi& (litur'giyi) (Gk.) f.

Liturgy, service, worship. Eq. to

tpw&e/i.

2v.itoypvoc (litur'ahos) m. Minister,

the one who performs the service.

2v.itp& (lit'ri) (Gk.) f. Pound,

(measure of weight).

2v.m (ii'ji) f. Kitchen pan.

koBi (lo'vi) Mad, crazy, obsessed.

[qual. of A/B/j.

2v.oB2v.eB (loblab') v. To love

passionately.

- jueTpeq2v.oB2i.eB (met ref loblab')

f. Passionate love.

2voBjg (lobsh) Hot, burning, glowing.

[qual. of A w By) (2)]. See also

AOTTjy.

2v.o(lobsh) to heat, inflame,

ignite, glow. [pron. Aa>£{y (2)].

2v.ovikoc (lo'gikos) (Gk.) n. adj.

Rational, spiritual.

2v.ovion (1) (log'ion) (Gk.) m. The

breastplate of the chief priest or

the bishop.

koviON (2) (log'ion) (Gk.) m. A divine

revelation.

kovicuoc (logiz'mos) (Gk.) m. A

thought, conception, reasoning,

argument.

kovoc (lo'ghos) (Gk.) m. Word,

reason. This term refers

specifically to the second person of

the Trinity. Eq. to c&xt.

2v.0V3ch (lonke') (Gk.) m. Spear,

lance.

2iomoc (le'mos) (Gk.) n. Plague,

pestilence adj. pestilent.


fcOITTON 81 fc(»K

fc.0iiT0N (lepon') (Gk.) Besides,

furthermore, hence, henceforth.

fcOK (lok) m. Cup, measuring cup.

fcoKfceK (loklak') v. To become soft,

smooth and tender. See

K.6K2i(VK.

fcofc. (lol) m. Bed, bench

fcou (1) (lom) m. Decay, decline,

withering, deterioration. See also

X(UJU (1).

fcou (2) (lom) m. Crumb, morsel. See

also (2).

fcouc (loms) Rotten, stinky, decayed.

[qual. of 2loojuc)

fcos^ (loks) To bite, to pinch, to

pierce, to stab. [pron. of A o r z j.

fco? (loks) Pinched, pierced, fixed,

attached, [qual. of A o r z ]

fcong) (lopsh) Hot, burning, glowing.

[qual. of K(oBs& (2)]. See also

fcovK (liik) m. Cheek, jaw or corner

of mouth.

fc.ovKfc.KK (liik'lSk) adj. Wicked, evil.

fcovKovsci (lii'kuji) m. A metal coin,

fcovfctoov (lu'lo 3ii') Lofty, exalted,

high, towering. See also

i,2ior2iwov.

fc o r? (liiks) v. To bite, to pinch, to

pierce, to stab. See A o z

fcqx% (liiks) m. A bite, a stab.

fco vTH p (liiter') (Gk.) m. Bathing tub.

fcoqfceq (loflaf) v. To rot, to decay, to

spoil, to putrefy. See Keq&eoq,

K e q K w q T, Keq2i.q*.

fcoq (lof) Useless, dull, spoiled, [qual.

of K w q ]

fcoac^ (log) To stick, to adhere, to

cling, [pron. of K w x ]

fcosc^ (log) To cease, to stop, to

nullify, to recover, [pron. of 2i


X oou 82 2k.o>x&

ki»M (1) (lom) v. To shrivel, to wither,

to fade, to become dirty; m. Decay,

decline, withering, deterioration,

filth. See A n n (1), A o n (1).

- a/Tk.tt>u (3it lorn') everlasting,

imperishable.

a.eka>u (3ith lorn') adj.

Everlasting, imperishable.

5K.c (los) To bruise, to crush. See

A&c, X e c-.

ka>ov (lo 3u') m. Hair lock, hair

fringe, cluster of dates, small rings

of metal that can form a chain.

See also A & r.

ktojax (loshg) To intimidate, to hurt,

to oppress. See A e p x .

kouq (lof.) v. To spoil, to loose its

flavor, to decay. See Aoq.

kooSeu (lo'j


U e i (mey)

Mey

ju abb. of the numeral Forty; &ue

(3ehma').

u (1) (’em) Of. (expresses

poss.relationship between 2

nouns, used before words starting

with B, e, ju, tt,


U& l& TeN eHNQY 84 U&N

u &i&t c n o h n o t (mS'yatan' thenu')

Look, observe, ponder,

contemplate, [imper. pi. 2nd

person].

u& i& 'tk (mSyStk') Look, observe,

ponder, contemplate, [imper. sg.

m. 2nd person].

u&ih (m iy'3e) f. Stature, size, age,

form, height (of a person).

- € iu&ih (chi'mciyD'e) v. To grow (in

size, in quality). See u &i 'h .

(m£y thokh') n. adj. One

who loves to get to know people

and to meddle in their business.

See ewS.

umnovsshpi (miy'nushe'ri) n. adj.

Lovers of their children.

ua.iN0v f (mSy nii'ti) n. adj. God-

loving. See rtovf.

u w o (m i'yo) v. To justify, to

vindicate, to exonerate. See

&JUS./0, ju&t (2), eju&te-, juauo*

eJU&W^, 0JU&IHOVT.

uajpam i (mSy ro'mi) n. adj. Lover of

mankind. See pwjut (1).

ua.icfl.

uw cTaivpoc (m iy' 3estiv'ros) n.

adj. Lover of the cross.

u &.i t &io (m iy tS'yo) n. adj. The one

who loves to be praised. See

TS./0.

u&i&PHua. (m iy 3ekre'mS) n. adj.

Money lover, the one who loves to

collect money. See xptma..

ua.i3a.cq (m&y khSsf') n. adj. Labor-

loving. See 3x.cS.

U&.I2/KT (m§y hit') n. adj. Lover of

money. See & & t .

ua.i&HKi (m£y he'ki) n. adj. Lover of

the poor. See & HKt.

ua.Ka.ptoc (makar'yos) (Gk.) adj.

Blessed, happy. Eq. to

W O Y N t& T*.

ua.Ka.picuoc (makariz'mos) (Gk.) m.

Blessing, happiness.

- epuKKKpiziN (3er'maka'rizin') v.

To bless. See ju&K&ptoc.

ua.KZii' (mik&'ti) Explain, clarify.

[imper. of fK&f].

ua.Kfc.ifli (m&kli'vi) f. Whip, lash.

u&Kpo (mik'ro) m. Mortar, bowl.

ua.fca.KOc (m£l&'kos) (Gk.) m.

Homosexual.

uKfcicTa. (milis'tS) (Gk.) adv.

Especially, above all, certainly.

u&fcfcON (mSl'lon) (Gk.) adv. More,

rather, much more.

ua.uef (mSma'ti) f. Cancer,

gangrene. See also OY&jutef,

ovu&juef.

u a im ic i (m£'3em mi'si) m. Place of

birth. See m e t

u&uuoni (m§'3em mo'ni) m.

Pasture. See m m (2)

ua,uuoj»i (m§'3emmo'shi) m. Path.

See juo&t.

ua,u$N& (mSmo'nS) (Aram.) m.

Mammon, wealth, property, riches

that are regarded as an object of

worship.

ua.N (m£n) A person, any person.

- tt&.$u&n (p§' 3efmlin') m. A

person, any male person. Egyptian

'Folan•


U&N- 85 tt&NCIKI

- Ta'eua.N (ti' 3ethmin') f. A person,

any female person. Egyptian

'Folana".

ua.N- (m in) Sheperd of, pastor of.

[p.C. Of JUONt (2), k u o N i (2)].

juaN- (m i'3en) m. Place of.

jua.Na.eiuc (m i'3en 3ith'mis) m.

Smoke-stack, chimney. See

settle.

juaNapez/ (m i 3en 3irah) m. Watch

tower, guard post.

juaNep!8B (1).

uaNecoaov (m in'3a'so 3u') m.

Shepherd. See ecooov.

juaN evasrekioN (m i'3en 3av'

3ingal'yon). m. Lectern.

juaNHOv (mi'neyii') pi. Pastors,

shepherds, [pi. of vls.ni].

juaiiewK (m i'3enthok') m. Oven.

See ew K (3).

uaNeoouc (m i'3en thorns') m.

Cemetery, burial ground,

graveyard. See eoottc.

juaNewovf (m i'3en tho 3u'ti) m.

Meeting place. See e otorf.

juaNewpTT (minthorp') m. Sewing

needle. See eotpn.

- ovaem juuaNeajpiT (30 3ith'ni

3em'minth6rp') m. Eye of a

needle.

juaNi (m i'ni) n. Sheperd, pastor. See

JUONt (2), JUSNHOY.

ua.Ni efiok (m i'3en 3iy'3a'vol) m.

Exit.

jua.Ni eSovN (m i'3en 3iy'3akhun') m.

Entrance.

ita.Nio> (m i'3en yo') m. Cleaning tub,

bathtub. See tot.

u a N ia (m in'yi) (Gk.) f. Madness,

insanity.

u a N K - (mink) Maker of. [p.c. of

JUONK, JUOYNK (1)].

juaNK&aT (mink'hit) n. Silversmith.

See &s t .

juaNitoN (min'mon) m. Orange,

grape fruit, orange color.

uaNJUTON (m i'3en 3em'ton) m.

Resting place. See ju t o n .

juaNju&av (m i'3en 3emhiv'). m.

Cemetary, graveyard. See ju&ar.

uaNNa (m in'n i) m. Manna.

juaNov^ (minii') To shepherd, [pron.

of JUONl (2), SJU0N1 (2)].

juaNovooTz, (m i'3en 3Q 3ot-h') m.

Melting crucible. See o v w t & (1).

juaNO&i (m i'3en 3o'hi) m. Stop,

station. See o&t (1).

u a h p a S T (m i'3en rikht) m.

Cleaning tub. See also usnpwSi.

liaNpoDic (m i'3en roys') m. Watching

tower. See pm c.

juaNpooTeE (m i'3en rotab') m. Place

of reclining, chair, sofa.

uaNpu)5i (m i'3en ro'khi) m.

Cleaning tub. See also

JUSNPSS T.

jua.NceitNi (m i'3en sem'ni) m.

Footstool, seat, Standing place.

See cejuNt.

ju&nchini (m i'3en se'ni) m. Clinic,

place of practicing medicine. See

CHtNt.

juaNctKi (min si'ki) m. Mill. See

CtKt.


U&NCIN I 8 6 iu&p&ffke&

u&ncini (mS^en si'ni) m. Path. See

cm/

u&ncuh (m£' 3en 3esme') m.

Famous place. See c ju h .

u&nc


U & p r & p iT H C 87 U a C T I W O C

tta.pvapiTHC (mirghirites') (Gk.) m.

Pearl.

u ap e (m i're) vbl. prf. for optative

tense, before nominal subjects.

u ap e- (m i're) vbl. prf. for optative

tense sg. f. 2nd person.

uapeK - (mi'rek) vbl. prf. for optative

tense sg. m. 2nd person.

uapeN- (mi'ren) Let us. vbl. prf. for

optative tense pi. 1st person.

«&peN2/(»c (mi'ren hos') Let us

sing, let us praise,

uapec- (mi'res) vbl. prf. for optative

tense sg. f. 3 d person.

u a p e Te N - (miretan') vbl. prf. for

optative tense pi. 2nd person.

uapeq- (ma'ref) vbl. prf. for optative

tense sg. m. 3rd person.

ua.pHC (mires') m. Southern part of

the Country. See p h c (1).

uapi- (m i'ri) vbl. prf. for optative

tense sg. 1st person.

llapia. (m iri'yi) (Heb.) Mary.

ua.pi (m i'ri) f. A small piece of a loaf,

a bite.

uapic (mi'ris) f. Jug. See also

ju& rpH C.

Uapjcoc (mir'kos) (Lat.) Mark.

(mean. Large hammer).

uapuap (1) (m ir'm ir) (Gk.) m.

Marble.

uapuap (2) (m ir'm ir) m. Bandage,

medicine.

u&poN (miron) Let us go.

uapov- (m i'ru) vbl. prf. for optative

tense pi. 3rd person.

uapTvpia. (mirtir'yi) (Gk.) f.

Martyrdom, testimony.

u a p T v p o c (mirtir'os) (Gk.) n.

Martyr.

- e p u a p T T p o c (3er'mirti'ros) v. To

be martyred.

uape,HT (mir'het) Cunning, sly,

tricky. See&H'T(1).

u a c - (m is) To give birth, [const, of

JUlCtj.

u a c ^ (m is) To give birth, [pron. of

JU/C/j.

u a c - (m is) Birthgiver, one who

mothers, one who produces, [p.c.

of JU/C/j.

u a c (m is) m. pi. Fetus or a newly

born baby, animal or bird,

u a c u u o v i (mis^em mii'wi) m.

Lion's cub.

uac N & akH T (mis'^en halet') m.

Newly born bird,

uac itieo (m is'3en 3eh'tho) m.

Foal, young horse. See 6 0 0 .

uacfioo (m i^esvo') Discipline, teach.

[imper. of f'cBooj.

u a c i (mi'si) m. Calf.

- aq uuaci (3if '3emmi'si) m. Beef,

uaci novootz/ (mi'si 3en 3Q 3ot-h')

m. Molded calf. See orcwrz, (1).

uacNOT't (m is nu'ti) f. Mother of

God (lit. the one who gave birth to

and mothered God). See n o v f.

u a .c T e - (mis'te) Hater of. [p.c. of

juocfj.

u a c T e p u m i (mis'te ro'mi) n. Hater

of man. See p w u i (1).

u a cTe M o vt (mis'te nu'ti) n. God-

hater. See n o v f.

u a c T i s r o c (mistin'ghos or

mistin'gos) (Gk.) m. Whip, lash.


ubp&i 90 U e k C B T

ubp&i (’errf’evrciy') m. Grains of

barley, wheat, etc. See also hpat,

ejupsi.

ufepeg/1 (1) (’enrPevra'hi) m. Tar,

pitch. See also hpe&i (1),

epjrpegft-.

utope&i (2) (’errPevra'hi) f. Cart,

wheel. See also hpe&i (2),

Bepe&t.

ufepic (’em ’ev'ris) m. Red wine. See

also eithp/c.

ue (ma) Take, [imper. sg. f.]. See also

UO, u o o in i.

uera.koc (meqhci'los) (Gk.) Great,

grand, large, big. Eq. to msyt.

ue©- (meth) prf. forming feminine

abstract nouns. See also u e t ~.

ueea.io (methi'yo) m. Safflower. See

alSO U6T&/0

ueeum (methmey') f. Truth, fact.

See u rn (2).

- SeN ovueeum (khan ’ii'meth

mey') adv. Truly.

- peqaceueem (ref ja'methmey') n.

One who tells the truth.

UC0 N&HT (meth'niyet') f.

Compassion. See ns.h 't .

ue©NM (meth'niy) f. Mercy, alms,

charity. See m u (1).

ue©MOTac (meth nug') f. Lie,

falsehood. See noxsc.

- peqaceueeMovsc (ref ja' meth

nug') n. Liar.

ue©Nov+ (meth nu'ti) f. Divinity. See

N o r i .

ueepe (methra') m. Witness. See

ueopH, ueopev.

- epueepe (Der' methra') v. To

testify.

- u e Tu e e p e (met' methra') f.

Testimony.

- tw e Tu e e p e (ti' met methra') v.

To give a testimony.

ueepev (methrav') pi. Witnesses, [pi.

ofueepe, ueepn].

ueepH (methre') f. Witness. See

ueepe, u e e p e v.

uei (1) (may) v. To love. See u rn

(1), uenpe-, u e n p tt < u&t-.

uer (1) (may) m. Love

pequei (refmay') n. Loving,

affectionate person,

uei (2) (may) f. Truth. See also u rn

(2).

u e K u e K - (mekmak') To think, to

consider, to ponder, [const, of

UOKUeKj.

ubkuovk -^ (mekmiik') To think, to

consider, to ponder, [pron.. of

u o K u e k ].

ueka. (ma'li) (Gk.) m. Black ink.

ueke-TH (mela'ti) (Gk.) f. Study,

practice, plan.

- epuekeTa N (3er' meletcin') v. To

Ponder, study, contemplate.

u e k H u * (mele'mi) (Gk.) m. Care,

concern.

- epuekiN (’er'melin') v. To take

care of someone.

uekoc (ma'los) (Gk.) m. Part of the

human body, member, Limb.

u e k x i& T (melkyit') v. To watch,

observe, contemplate.

Uekjcice& eK (melshi'sedek) (Heb.)

Melchizedek. (mean. King of

righteousness).

u e k a rT (melot') f. Dome, ceiling,

covering, umbrella.


uefc.2, 91 uec-

uefcz/ (melh) m. Salt. See uov& z,

(1). See alsobuor.

uefc.2, - (melh) To salt, to add salt.

[const, of j u o y 2l& (1)].

uefcZ/e (mel'he) f. Saltiness. See

ju o v A z, (1).

ueN (man) (Gk.) conj. On the one

hand.

jueNeca. (menen'sS) prep. After,

following. See juenencat^,

jueneNcwc.

ueNeNca. ovkovsci (menen'sS 3ii

kii'ji) adv. After a little while.

ueNectt)^ (menenso') prep. After,

following, [pron. of mtenecx.].

ueNectwc (menensos') prep.

Afterwards.

ueMK- (menk) To make, to form.

[const. Of JU0NK, j u o y m k (1)].

- pequeMK- (ref menk) n. Maker of.

- pequeNK2/&.T (ref menk hit') n.

Silversmith. See

iieN N H T^ (mennet') To shepherd.

[pron. of ju o h i (2), k n o w (2)].

ueNp&f (menr&'ti) pi. Beloved ones.

[pi. of itenptv].

ueripe- (menra') To love, [const, of

juet(1), ju m (1)j.

u c N p tT^ (menrit') To love. [pron. of

jue/(1), ju h/ (1)].

u e N piT (menrit') m. f. adj. Beloved.

See juenp&f.

- jjjovueNpiT (shii'menrit') adj.

Worthy of love, beloved.

u e N T (ment) m. A measure of wheat.

u e N T O i, (men'ti) (Gk.) conj. Really,

actually, neverthless, yet.

ueNjBot (mensho'ti) pi. Plains,

valleys. See also ue&s&ot. [pi. of

juej&jijarT].

U e N q i (men'fi) Memphis. (Egypt.)

(mean. The beautiful place).

M6N2/H (menhe') prep. After,

(prefixed with c&). See ucn& h^.

- c&ueN&H (s£' menhe') prep. After.

tteN&H* (menhe') prep. After.

u e p - (mar) To bind, to tie. [const, of

juovpj.

u e p - (mar) One who binds, [p.c. of

juorp].

uepa.fi (merib') f. Ink container,

u ep& n (merin') m. Water tank,

mortar, basin. See uhp&n.

u e p e S (merakh') m. Spear. See also

jutepeg/.

uepez/ (merah') m. Spear. See also

uepe£.

u e p i (ma'ri) m. Noon, day time.

- N2co>p& Neu uepi (3engorh' nam

ma'ri) Night and day.

uepic (ma'ris) (Gk.) m. Part, share,

portion. See nepoc.

uepK».c (mer k£s') n. The one who

treats bone injuries. See k a c ,

JUOpK&C.

u epoc (ma'ros) (Gk.) m. Part, share,

portion.

K & T & u e p o c (kS'tS ma'ros)

Katameros; The book of Church

readings of every day and every

occasion. See uepoc.

u e p p e (mer're) m. One with curly

hair..

u e c - (mas) To give birth, [const, of

JU/Ct].


u e cH itfip ta , 92 u e 'T a .T i 'i e H ^ '

uecHufipia. (mesem'briyi) (Gk.) f.

Noon, midday. Eq. to juept.

u e a TH C (ma'sites') (Gk.) m.

Mediator, arbitrator,

u e cm a . (ma'siti'yi) (Gk.) f.

Mediation, arbitration.

iueci


juteTfie2s.ke 93 uen'peuufi&Ki

jueTfiefcfc.e (met velle) f.

Blindness.

ueTfiepi (met va'ri) f. Newness,

youth.

ue-TfiooK (met vok') f. Servitude,

slavery.

ueTefio (met 3a'vo) f. Dumbness.

jueTefiiHN (metDe'viyen') f. Misery.

ueVeTTiKHC (met 3a'pikes') f.

Meekness, humility. SeeeniKHC.

ueTep£>a,e (met 3er khi 3a') f. Want,

need. See £x.e.

ueTevcefiHC (met 3ev'seves) f.

righteousness. See ceBHC.

ueTe$fc.Hov (met 3efle'yii) f. Futility,

emptiness. See e & A H or

ueTeajuz/HT (met thSm'het) f.

Cruelty. See &&juz, h 't .

ueTre*.T2/H,T (met thSt' het) f.

Comfort, encouragement. See

earrii& H'T

ueToe'oce&Hc (met tha 3o'seves’) f.

Godliness, reverence for God,

piety. See eebceBnc.

ueTeoDTZ/HT (met thot' het) f.

Comfort, encouragement. See

eW'TN&HV.

u e T© (»2»ee2/ (met thoh thah') f.

Turbulence, perturbation, unrest.

See 0 w&&e&.

ueTioD T (met yot') f. Family, tribe,

fatherhood. See /oot.

jueTK&fi (met k£b') f.

Deceit,shrewdness, cleverness,

deception. See k&B.

ueTrKa.T2,HT(m et kSt'het) f.

Understanding, wisdom. See

KX.'T&HT.

jueTKepz/e (met kerha') f. Baldness.

See Kep&e

jucTKovp (met kiir') f. Deafness.

See K o rp (2)

j u c t k o v s c i (met kii'ji) f. Youngness,

smallness.

jueTfca-xi (met iS'ji) f. Impudence,

insolence, persistence. See Ax.sc/

(1).

ueTfcHK (met lek') f. Softness,

freshness, gentleness. See K h k .

ueTJUMpctmi (met m iy ro'mi) f.

Love of mankind. See poow (1).

jueTju&.’TOi (met mitoy') f. Military

service. See j u s t o /.

u e Tueepe (met methra') f.

Testimony. Seeueope

jueTNa.2/t (met n&h'ti) f. Faith. See

N X&f.

tieTN ijet (met nish'ti) f. Greatness,

vastness, seniority

u e To ve i (met 3ii 3ay') f. State of

being far, divorce, separation.

ueTovHfi (met 3Qweb') f. Priesthood.

See o y hB

lte To rp o (met 3u'ro) f. Kingdom.See

orpo.

MeTOTttJi (met 3Q 3oy') f. Farming.

See oroo/.

jueTOXOc (meto'khos) (Gk.) m.

Partner, companion.

jtteToaci (met 3o'ji) f. Injustice,

inequity, unfairness. See ox/.

p&u&o (met r£m£'3o) f.

Richness. See p&ju&'o.

ueTpeuuB& K i (met rem'3em vS'ki)

f. Citizenship, patriotism. See

Ba k /.


jueTpeuNscHM i 94 ueTici

ueTpeuNjCHiii (met rem'3en ke'mi)

f. Egyptian nationality or Egyptian

speech. See x h j u i.

ueTpeup& Tjs (met rem r&vsh') f.

Gentleness, meekness. See

pary>.

ueTpci*2,e (met-remha') f. Freedom.

See peu&e.

ueTpeqk«O N i n t o t ^ (met ref

3i'moni 3entot') f. Patience,

endurance, self control, long

suffering.

ueTpeqBefii (met ref va'vi) f.

Outpouring, flooding, overflowing.

See BeBt.

ueTpeqepfiom (met ref 3er vo'ni) f.

Envy, evil, harm. See Bom.

ueTpeqeauuio (met ref thim'yo) f.

The act of creating. See e&ju/o.

ueTpeqkm c (met ref lek') f.

Massage, rubbing. See X h k .

ueTpeqk.oBk.efi (met ref loblab') f.

Passionate love. See XoB&eB.

ueTpeqpt»SB (met'ref rosh') f.

Measurement, surveying. See

pu>0).

ueTpeqcooSt (met ref so'khi) f.

Weaving. See c


ueTsb$ tt> N i 95 u e 'T 6 'e n N e

ueT^^ouN i (mat'3esh fo'ni) n. Skin

rash and inflammation. See also

uey)


u e 'T fi'o ic 96 UHNI

u b t S 'oic (met choys') f. Lordship.

See ( f qw.

juevi (mev'3i) v. To think, to believe;

m. Thought, idea,

u e ri ace (mev'3i ja') v. To think that.

- fu e v i (ti mev'3i) v. To remind, to

suggest, to hint.

- sciNuevi (jin mev'3i) m. Thinking.

- e p $ u e vi (3er'3ef mev'3i) v. To

remember.

- e p ^ u e v i (3er'3ef mev'3i) m.

Remembrance.

- xiMep§mevi (jin'3er 3ef mev'3i) n.

Remembrance,

uejo- (mash) To strike, to fight.

[const, ofju/fif/].

ues»eific (mash tibs') m. Hinge of a

door.

Uegap (meshir') Meshir or Amshir;

the sixth month of the Egyptian

(Coptic) year. See also eu&ip (1),

U W P (1 ).

u e s»T- (mesht) To roam, to inspect.

[const, of juor&'r],

uesoTook (meshtol') n. Tower.

ttes9$ o w i (mash fo'ni) n. Skin rash

and inflammation. See also

iie'Tfa$>WNI.

uejBjBot (mesh sho'ti) pi. Plains,

valleys. See also u e n p o t. [pi. of

juefyfycvT],

ues»j»


u H i r c r e 97 UlO fcO M

UHTTOTe (mepota') (Gk.) adv. Lest,

so that not.

uhttcdc (mepos') (Gk.) adv. Lest, so

that not.

uhp (mer) m. The other side of a lake

or a river.

- 2/Ijuhp (himer') On the other side

(of a lake, river).

uhp (mer) Tied, bound, [qual. of

uovpj.

uhp&n (merin') m. Water tank,

mortar, basin. See uep&N.

UHpjy (mersh) adj. Reddish.

uhp3&5 (mer'khSkh) m. Necktie.

See u h p , £*£.

uhci (1) (me'si) f. Profit, interest (of

money), usury.

- r i eeuHci (chi 3a'3eth me'si) v.

To charge interest.

- f eeuHci (ti 3a'3eth me'si) v. To

give a loan with interest.

u h c i (2) (me'si) f. Birth, delivery, a

woman who newly delivered a

baby.

u h t (met) The numeral 10. abb. f.

See u n f (2).

- peuH T (ra met') m. One tenth.

- + jU ^peuH T (ti ’em 3ef'ra met') v.

to tithe.

u h t h p (meter') (Gk.) f. Mother. Eq.

to U & Y .

u h t i (me'ti) (Gk.) conj. Let alone,

much less.

UHTis-e (me'tiga') conj. Let alone,

much less. Stronger form of

U H T I.

UHTpa. (met'ri) (Gk.) f. Womb. Eq. to

next.

uHTpoTioJMc (met'ropolis') (Gk.) f.

Metropolis, mother-state.

ttHTpoHofciTHC (met'ropo'lites') m.

Bishop of a metropolis.

u h jb (mesh) m. Multitude, crowd,

many, much, a lot.

- epovuHjs (3er'3ij mesh') v. To

increase in number. See u h &

- &a,N«HS0 (h£n mesh') n. Many

people, many things; adv.

Often,much, greatly; adj. many.

juhjb n c o tt (mesh'3en sop') Many

times. See con.

u h + (1) (me'ti) f. Middle.

- 3 cn euH+ (khan 3eth me'ti) In the

middle.

- +2£i NOUH+(ti ji'3en 3ethme'ti) The

middle wall. See set.

UH't (2) (me'ti) f. Ten. See u r n .

jueo (3em'tho) adv. Before, in front of,

facing. See eueo.

- uneueo (3empe 3em'tho) adv.

Before, in front of, facing.

ui (mi) f. Urine. See also u h (1).

uu& khc (mi'3i kes') pi. Sea shells

uie (mi 3a') f. Lioness. See also uov/

(1), U/H, UOY/H.

u ih (mi 3e') f. Lioness. See also u o n

(1), u/b, UOY/H.

« i2uow (mil'yon) (Gk.) m. Mile,

uio^ (mi'yo) Cheer, well done; a

word of encouragement and

thanks for a job well done. Eq. to

french "bravo".

uiok (mi'yok) Cheer, well done, (for

2nd person sg. m.). See u/o<

uiofcooN (mi'yolon') n. Mummy,

mummified corpse.


JUICI 98 uua.T& .T

juici (mi'si) v. To give birth, to beget,

to nurse, to be born; m. Progeny,

offspring,birth, product, harvest.

See ju&c - juec-, ju a c^, uoct.

- ova.2,e*mici (3u'w§ham'mi'si) v.

To be born again; m. Rebirth.

See ov&.e,eju.

- so5.uici (shcimi'si) n. First born.

See (2)

- e&oov im ici (3a'ho Du':,em mi'si)

m. The day of birth. - pequici (ref

mi'si)77. Parent, progenitor.

- m&uuici (m i^em mi'si) m. Place

of birth.

- acorn juuici (gonrPem mi'si) m.

Record of birth, birth certificate.

See scum

- aciNMici (jin mi'si) m. Birth,

generation, progeny.

- ceuici (sa'mi'si) f. Bith stool, Birth

seat, process of giving birth.

- euecio (3ethmes'yo) v. To help

deliver a baby.

- peq'euecio (ref Dethmes'yo) f.

Midwife.

u i t (mit) f. Celery like vegetable.

uiTpa. (mit'ri) (Gk.) f. Belt, girdle,

headband.

u ito jo v i (mito 3u'wi) pi. Roads, [pi.

of See juw/t ],

UiX&Hfc. (mi'kha 3el') (Heb.) Michael;

the archangel, (mean. Who is like

God?).

juio> (mi'yo) Cheer, well done, (for 2nd

person sg. f.). See u io ^.

uhm tcn (mi'yotan') Cheer, well

done, (for 2nd person pi.). See

uio* .

uijsm (mi'shi) v. To strike, to be struck,

to fight, to combat, to strive; m.

Fight, striking, eclipse of the sun or

the moon. See it e y -

JU&sgS, ju&j&t ■

- peqmjai (ref mi'shi) n. Fighter,

warrior.

- acitmtgH (jin mi'shi) v. Act of

fighting.

juk&& (3emk£ih') v. To grieve, to

suffer; m. Pain, suffering. See

ejujc&e,, utOKZ/.

- iT U K ^ e . (3St Demk3h') adj. Without

suffering.

- e p «K ».2/ (3e r3emkih') v. To Suffer,

to grieve.

- saenuKS.2/ (shap'^emkah') v. To

accept pain, to suffer. See & w n

(1).

fuK&.2/ (ti'3em k£h') v. To

causepain, to afflict, to torment.

- S'IUK&.& (chi ^emkih') v. To

accept pain, to suffer.

jUk&& n & h t (’emkeih^en het') m.

Pain, suffering, grief, anguish of

heart. See z>h t (1).

uk&vz/ (3emkivh') pi. Sufferings,

pains, [pi. of juk&&].

ixK&S (’emlikh') v. To quarrel, to

fight.

(3emlSkh') m. Battle, fight.

- pequfca.3 (ref Deml£kh') n. Fighter,

aggressor.

(5emmiv') adv. There.

- e T e uu&.v (3eta'iemm£v') That is

there, who is there.

uua.va.T^ (3em 'm ivit') Alone, only,

self.

im a.va.T (3em'm£v§t') Myself.


JUUa.Va.TK 99

ujua.va.TK (3em'm£v£tk') Yourself.

(sg- m.).

juuava.'t (Dem 'm ivi'ti) Herself.

jim ava Tq (1) (3em'mav£tf') Himself.

juua.va.Tq (2) (Dem'm§v§tf) adv.

Only, just, simply.

juua.vaTc (3em'm£v£ts') Yourself.

(sg. f).

juuavaTeN (3em'm£v£tan')

Ourselves.

ju u a v a T ohnov (Dem'm£v3t'

thenu') Yourselves, (pi.)

ju u a v a To v (3em'mav3tu')

Themselves,

juua.jyoo ^em 'm isho') Very, greatly.

See also euajsoo, TONa.

juuhni (3emme'ni) adv. Daily, every

day.

ju u h n i ju u h n i (3emme'ni 3emme' ni)

adv. Always, all the time.

juuiN u u o* (3emmen' 3em'mo) Self,

same, (emphasis for a preceding

noun or a pronoun).

juuo-^ (3em'mo) prep, to introduce

direct objects, See if (3), ju (3),

ju u o i (3em'moy) prep. Me.

ju u o k (3em'mok) prep. You. (sg. m.)

ju u o (3em'mo) prep. You. (sg. f.)

juuoq (3em'mof)prep. Him.

ju u o c (3em'mos) prep. Her.

juu(*)TC n (3em'motan') prep. You.

(Pi■)

juuooov (3em 'm 63u') prep. Them.

juuon jbacou (3em'mon 3esh' gom) v.

Cannot, have no power.

uuon (1) (3em'mon) prep. Us.

juuon (2) (3em'mon) No, not.

(opposite yes).

- ju u o n (3esh6p'3em'mon) If

not.

- icsce ju u o n (yisja'3em'mon) If not.

- saaN ju u o n (shin 3em'mon) or not.

ju u o n N T a ^ (3em'mon 3enti') v. Not

to have. See ju ju o n ts.^

juuon 2/tofi N T a K (3em'mon

hob'3entik'). It is none of your

business. See &o>B (1).

ju u o n n o )T6 n (3em'mon notan') You

don’t have, (pi.)

juuoNTa-*' (3em'mont&') v. Not to

have. SeejujuoN

ju u o N T a K (3em'mon tik') You don’t

have. (sg. m.)

ju u o N Ta N (3em'montin') We don’t

have.

ju u o N T a c (3em'montas') She doesn't

have.

ju u o N Ta q (3em'montcif') He doesn't

have.

ju u o N Te (3em'monta') You don’t

have. (sg. f.)

j u u o n t h i (3em'montey') I don’t have.

j u u o n t o v (3em'montii') They don’t

have.

jUNai (3emniy') adv. Here. See also

6JUN&I.

- ejUNa.1 (3a' 3emniy') adv. To here,

to this side.

- cajUNai (s£'3emn§y') adv. On this

side, here.

- &&JUNai (h i'3emniy') adv. On this

side, here.

- auov JUNai (3§m0' 3emniy')

Come here, (sg.m.)

ju n h (3emne') adv. There. See also

eUNH.


U N 0T 1 0 0 UONI

- c&unh (scPerrme') adv. On that

side, there.

- &&JUNH (hi^em ne') adv. On that

side, there.

u n o t ( 3em'not) n. Breast. See

junof.

u n o y t (3emnut') m. f. Doorkeeper,

gatekeeper. See s u n o y t .

UNot (3emno'ti) pi. Doorkeepers, [pi.

of jun o v l

uo (mo) Take, [imper. sg. m.]. See

also jue, juw m t.

uovic (mo'gis) (Gk.) adv. Hardly,

scarcely.

u o o n c c (mothnas') f. Rest, ease,

relaxation, satisfaction,

appeasement. See u o t n b c .

noi (moy) Give, [imper. abs. of f ]

uoi ns.n (moy nin) Give us. See

NAN.

uokj (mo'ki) m. Container, jar,

vessel.

MOKueK (rnokmak') v. To think, to

consider, to ponder. See.

U 6 K U 6 K -, U e K U O Y K ^ .

u o k u c k (rnokmak') m. Thought.

uoK?/ (mok-h) Difficult, painful, [qual.

of JUKAZ,].

- cuoice, (3es mok-h') It is hard, it is

diffcult. See ju o k z,.

uofcoxia. (moloki'yci) f. An edible

green plant. (Egyptian

"molokhiya")

uofc£> (molkh) v. To attach, to hook,

to blend, to be tied, to be attached;

m. Joint. See u o 2l £ S n o r A 3.

uofcS-^ (molkh) To attach, to be

attached, [pron. of uo2i.£].

uofce,-^ (molh) To salt, to add salt.

[pron. of u o y 2l& (1)].

uofc& (molh) Salted, salty, [qual.. of

juor& z, (1)].

- $iou e-TUOfc&^ef' yom 3et molh')

m. The dead sea. (lit. The salty

sea)

uofc.2/ (molh) m. Candle. See

ju o y & z, (2).

- q&.iuofc& (fciy'molh) m. Candle

holder, candlestick. See ju o & & .

uofcsc (1) (molg) v. To embrace, to

hug, to twist, to surround; m.

Embrace. See JUor2i.se (1),

jU02i.SC <

uofcac^ (molg) To embrace, [pron. of

juo2i.sc (1), juov2i.sc(1)].

uofc.sc (2) (molg) m. Branch. See also

juor2i.sc (2).

u o n & c t h p i o n (monSster'yon) (Gk.)

m. Monastery. Eq. to a Bh t .

u o n jso ch (monS'she) (Gk.) f. Nun.

See also u o n a x o c .

u o n jo c o c (moni'khos) (Gk.) m.

Monk. See also u o n a x h .

u o n h (monie) f. House, mansion. See

UONI (4), UONWOYt.

u o n i (1) (mo'ni) v T o anchor, to come

ashore, to land. See a u o n i (1).

u o n i (2) (mo'ni) v To graze, to feed,

to sheperd, to lead, to show the

way. See a u o n i (2), u a n o y ^

U B N N H T^, JUAN/, UANHOV,

UAN-, UAJUUONt.

- u & u u o n i (m i^em mo'ni) m.

Pasture.

u o n i (3) (mo'ni) f. Nurse, guardian.

u o n i (4) (mo'ni) f. House, mansion.

See u o n h , u o n w o y i.


JUONK 101 j u o y Bqdn

ju o n k (monk) v. To make, to form.

See j u o y n k (1), j u b n k - h o n k *,

JUONK, JUS.NK-.

ju o n k (monk) Made, formed, [qual. of

JUONK, JUOYNK (1)].

ju o n k ^ (monk) To make, to form.

[pron. of ju o n k, j u o t n k (1)].

ju o n k ^ (monk) To cease, to perish.

[pron. of j u o y n k (2)].

ju o n k c (monks) f. Crucible, ju o n ju c n

(1) (monman') v. To shake, to be

shaken; m. Earthquake, whirlwind,

rumbling. See also k b j u t o .

JUONJUCN (2) (monman') adj.

Surrounding, encircling, enclosing.

ju o n o v c n h c (mo'nogenes') (Gk.) m.

The only begotten,

ju o n o n (mo'non) (Gk.) adj. adv. Only,

unique, single.

ju o n io o y i (mono :>u'wi) pi. Houses,

mansions, [pi. ofjuoNt (4), juonh].

juop* (mor) To tie, to bind. [pron. of

jUOYflj.

juopK&c (mor k£s') The one who

treats bone injuries. See ks.c,

juepK&c.

juopc (mors) f. Bundle, parcel,

restriction.

u o p T (mort) f. Beard.

- e p iu o p T (3er mort') v. To grow a

beard.

- jBCTTJUopT (shap' mort) v. To shave

the beard

j u o p t io c (mort'yos) adj. One with a

beard.

Juop$H (morfe') (Gk.) f. Form, shape,

appearance.

-


wove 1 0 2 MOVp

uove (mii'3e) m. Shine, light,

brightness, radiation. See also

ju w o y i (2).

- tu o v e (ti mu'3e) v. To shine, to

give off light, to be bright.

movoom (mii'thorn) m. Pus. (purulent

matter from Infected wounds). See

JUOV-.

movi (1) (mu'wi) m. Lion. See u o y m ,

juttH, m e , j u w o y i (1), K a Bo (1).

- u&c mjuovi (mas'3em mu'wi) m.

Lion's cub.

ltovi (2) (mu'wi) f. Island.

movih (mu'wi 3e') f. Lioness. See

ju o yi (1), h /h , m b , ju w o y i (1).

movki (mii'ki) f. Ladder.

mov2l&sc (mu'lig) m. Owl.

ttov2v.a>N (miilon') f. Millstone.

mov2v.3 (miilkh) v. To attach, to hook,

to blend, to be tied, to be attached.

See u o & g , u o X £ * .

mov2u5 (miilkh) pi. Joints, [pi. of

juo2l£J.

mov2v.2, (1) (miilh) v. To salt, to add

salt; m. Saltiness. See u e & z,-,

uo2lz,*, uoX& , jue2i&, jueX&e.

ttovk.2, (2) (miilh) m. Wax. See

UO&&.

uov2v.e, Nefiitt) (miilh'3en 3eviyo') m.

Honey comb,

uovkac (1) (miilg) v. To embrace, to

hug, to twist, to surround; m.

Embrace. See u o X x (1),

U O & X * .

uov2v.se (2) (miilg) m. Branch. See

also juo& x (2).

ttovtti (mu'mi) f. Spring of water.

uovN&itH (miin 3o'shi) n. Rain.

m o v n (miin) v. To continue, to keep

doing, to go on doing, to remain, to

stay; m. Perseverance,

persistence. See ju o y n i, u h n .

tto v N efio2v (miin 3a'vol) v. To

continue, to remain.

- 3eN ovttovN efio2v. (khan 3ii miin

3a'vol) adv. Continually.

m ovm (mii'ni) v. To continue, to keep

doing, to go on doing, to remain, to

stay. See u o y n , u h n .

m o v n k (1) (miink) v. To make, to

form; m. Handiwork, the thing

made. See u o n k , u b n k -

U O N K *, U O N K , H A N K -.

- ttoV N K nscisc (miink'3en jig') m.

Hand-made thing.

- s-TttovNK nscisc (3St miink'3en

jig') adj. Not hand-made.

m o v n k (2) (miink) v. To cease, to

perish, to be consumed, to die, to

end, to vanish, to destroy; m.

Annihilation, termination,

destruction See u o n k * .

& © m ovnk (3§th miink') adj.

Unceasing. See u o y n k (2)

m ovnc& sci (miin si'ji) m.

Conversation. See ca.sci

MOVNcaipeM (miin so'ram) m.

Deluge, downpour, valley.

u o v n 2/(b o v (miin'ho 3u') m. Rain,

moisture. See & w o y (2)

- cepttovN&wov (3es'3ermiin'h6

3ii') It is raining.

ttovp (miir) v. To tie, to bind, to

obligate (by oath), to gird; m.

Bond, bandage, strap. See u e p -,

H O P * H H P .


uovp e S O TM 103 1102CT^

iio rp eSovN (mur'3ekhun') m.

Fasting, commitment.

ttOYcek&o (mu sel'ho) Tepid water,

lukewarm water. See ju o y-,

ceh&o.

noveep (mu'sar) m. Belt, strap,

shoelace. See also txorcHp.

liovcHp (mu'ser) m. Belt, strap,

shoelace. See also utorcep.

moycikon (mu'sikon) Musical.

iio v t (mut) m. Tendon, ligament,

joint, neck, shoulder.

u o yjo t (musht) v. To inspect, to

roam, to observe, to stroll; m.

Consideration, observation. See

U ejfjT- JUX.&'T-, ItOSOTS.

uovShju (mu'khem) Hot water. See

JUOV-.

uov2»o)3£ (mu'hog) Cold water. See

&


u o a c T 104 u n jy &

aoacT (mogt) Mixed, combined, [qual.

of ju o rx T],

uoatT (mogt) m. Weather, mood.

u o x £ (mogkh) m. Belt, girdle. See

also juoyxjS.

u o t (moti) m. pi. Neck, tendon.

juttw- (empiy') vbl. prf. for negative

habitual tense sg. 1st person.

un& ipH t (3em' piy re'ti) In this

manner, this way.

un&K- (empik') vbl. prf. for negative

habitual tense sg. m. 2nd person.

UTr&N- (empin') vbl. prf. for negative

habitual tense pi. 1st person.

unape (empira') vbl. prf. for

negative habitual tense, before

nominal subjects.

un&pe- (empira') vbl. prf. for

negative habitual tense sg. f. 2nd

person.

un& peTeN - (empiretan-) vbl. prf. for

negative habitual tense pi. 2nd

person.

utt&c - (emp£s') vbl. prf. for negative

habitual tense sg. f. 3* person.

u iraq- (empSf') vbl. prf. for negative

habitual tense sg. m. 3rd person.

u n & r - (em piv') vbl. prf. for negative

habitual tense pi 3? person.

u n e (3empa') vbl. prf. for negative of

first perfect tense, before nominal

subjects.

u n e - (3empa') vbl. prf. for negative

of first perfect tense sg. f. 2nd

person.

u iie K - (3empak') vbl. prf. for negative

of first perfect tense sg. m. 2nd

person.

UTieKpHi- (’ em'pek re'ti) Like you.

UTreqpHf (3em'pef re'ti) Like him.

uneueo (3empe 3em'tho) adv.

Before, in front of, facing. See

iteo.

uneN - (3empan') vbl. prf. for negative

of first perfect tense pi. 1st person.

uirep (3em'per) vbl. prf. for negative

imper. tense.

- unepep&ot (3em'per 3erho'ti) Do

not fear.

- unep+fcMT (3em'per tihSp') Do not

judge.

u n e c - (3empas') vbl. prf. for negative

of first perfect tense sg. f. 3rd

person.

u n e c n&t (3em'pesn£v') The two

together, both. See cn&Y.

itn e T e N - (3empetan') vbl. prf. for

negative of first perfect tense pi.

2nd person.

iin eq- (3empaf') vbl. prf. for negative

of first perfect tense sg. m. 3?

person.

u n i- (3empi') vbl. prf. for negative of

first perfect tense sg. 1st person.

ufiK tot (3em3ep ko'ti) adv. Around.

See K w f.

u n o r - (3empii') vbl. prf. for negative

of first perfect tense pi. 3? person.

unis*, (3em 3ep'sh§) v. To be worthy

of, to be deserving of.

- epunjaa (3er'3em 3ep'sh&) v. To

become worthy of.

- &t u t t $d& (3St'3em 3ep'shS) adj.

Undeserving, unworthy.

- ueTa.'TunsB*, (met 3it '3em 3ep'

shS) f. Unworthiness.


uTTjaisa 105 MOIIT N2/0)?V

- 'cejufrjoa. (3es'3em Dep'shi) It is

befitting to, it is proper to.

Impersonal expression.

UTTjyija (Dem3ep'shish) m. Revenge,

vengeance. See &&/&, ejuj&tj&.

- ep JUTTgjijB (3er'3em3ep'shish) v. To

take revenge.

- ( if i juTTsaijy (chi'3em3ep'shish) v.

To take revenge.

- peqS'i uttssiss (ref chi' 3em3ep'

shish) n. Avenger.

itTTjB«)i (3em'3epsho'y) adv. From

above. See tt^ooi

itpojST (3emrosht') v. To stink.

«p o s»T (3emrosht') m. Stench, foul

odor. See also jupoogT.

ltpoST (3emrokht') n. Clay,

upom ( 3emr6m') m. Pillow. See also

ejupatju.

itptDjBT (3emrosht') m. Stench, foul

odor. See also itpo& T.

iic&& (3emsih') m. f. Crocodile. See

also ejuc&e,.

u t s - t (3emtit') f. Bridle (for a horse)

See also j u t & t z .

iiT?wT2/ (3emtit-h') f. Bridle (for a

horse) See also ju t a t .

u t & v (3emtiv') n. Magic, sorcery.

- scejUT&v (ja'3emtiv') To speak

with magic and sorcery. See see-.

k to n (3em'ton) v. To rest, to repose,

to be at rest; m. Rest, comfort. See

6UTON, JU0T6H.

» ,t u t o n (3it 3em'ton) adj.

Anxious, restless, disturbed.

- ju&kiiTON (m i' Den Dem'ton) m.

Resting place.

- Sew o v u to n (khan 3u 3em'ton)

adv. Easily, comfortably.

- Cf i u t o n (chi ’em'ton) v. To be at

rest, to be content.

- "tuTOH (ti 3em'ton) v. To give

comfort, to give rest.

u T O T q (Demtotf) m. Wild rue.

mvXom (mi'lon) (Gk.) m. Mill stone.

uvpoN (mi'ron) (Gk.) m. Chrismation

oil.

m vcth p (mister') n. Spoon.

u v c th p io h (mister'yon) (Gk.) m.

Mystery, sacrament, secret.

« $ h (3emfe') No, never.

- ssj&n u $ h (shin'3emfe') Or not.

- ene «(t>H (3a'ne 3emfe') If not.

- ejyom ju$ h (3eshop'3emfe') If not

or else.

- icxe jU $ h (yisja'3emfe') If not or

else.

jU$oov (3em'fo Du') Today. See

0Poor.

M $pHt (3em 3ef re'ti) as, like. See

p H f.

ut»p (3emfor') intetj. Not so, Far

being it from.., never.

jUOHNt (moy'ni) Take, [imper. pi.]. See

also juo, jue.

u u )iT (moyt) m. Road, way. See

UITCOOVI.

- 2,1 n iu (»)iT (hi'pimoyt') In the way.

- acewutoiT (jam moyt') v. To find a

way, to explore. See seen-.

- S'iu o h t (chi moyt') v. To guide, to

lead. See6'/(1).

- & a.vuc«iT (chiv moyt') Guide,

leader. See S 's r.

luaiiT mooni (moyt'3en 3o'ni) m.

Stony path, stony road.

uodit ii&cofc. (moyt' 3en hoi') m.

Trip, journey. See z,o>K.


uooov 1 0 6 uscook

uooov (1) (mo 3u') m. Water. See

U 0V -.

- aeucoov (^th'm o Du') adj. Dry,

desolate (land without water).

- ueT&euooov (met 3£th'm6 3u') f.

Drought.

- epuooov (3er'mo 3u') v. To melt, to

become liquid.

- q&iuooov (% 'm o 3u') m. Water

reservoir, water container.

- tuooov (ti' mo 3u') v. To water (a

plant), to give water.

uooov (2) (mo 3u') m. Irrigation,

uooov (3) (mo 3ii') m. Juice,

uooov (4) (mo 3u') m. Urine.

- epC'iuooov (3erchi' mo 3ii') v. To

urinate. See uooov (4).

uooov eqKHfi (mo 3u':)efkeb') m.

Cold water. See ju w o y (1), k h B.

uooov eqcooTq (mo 3u'3efs6tf') m.

Pure water, clear water. See

UOOOV (1), COOTq.

uooov N&ko2u (mo 5u'sen 3§'loli) m.

Grape juice. See uooov (3),

k2i02it.

uooov MNOvac (mo sii'3ennug') m.

Mirage. See uooov (1), n o v x (1).

uooov Ncek&o (mo ’iPensel'ho) m.

Tepid water, lukewarm water. See

uovceA& o.

uooov 2/oaac (mo 3u'hog) Cold water.

See uov&oox.

uooovB oon (mo 3u'von) m. smelly

water, stinky water. See

u o v Boon.

u o o o v i (1) (mo °u'wi) pi. Lions, [pi. of

u o r/(1 ), u o n k ].

uooovi (2) (mo Du'wi) m. Shine, light,

brightness, radiation. See also

uov'e.

u o o o v t (mo 3ut') v. To kill.

u o o o v t (mo 3ut') Dead. [qual. of

u o vj.

- pequooovT (ref'mo 3ut') n. Dead

person. See u o o o v t .

- N H c e u o o o vT (ne 3eth'mo 3ut') pi.

The dead (people).

Uoovchc (mouses') (Egypt.) Moses,

(mean. Son of water, drawn from

the water),

usyip (1) (3emshir') Meshir or Amshir;

the sixth month of the Egyptian

(Coptic) year. See also u e y ip ,

e u y ip (1).

ussip (2) (3emshir') m. Box for

incense. See also e u y tp (2).

usaiss (3emshish') m. Vengeance,

revenge. See unj&itp, eus&i&.

u 2/&.k (3emhSI') m. Servant, slave.

U&&.V (3emh£v') m. Grave, tomb. See

also 6 U & & V .

- u&nu&&v (mS'^en 3emh§v') m.

Cemetary, grave yard.

u e »it (3emhit') m. North. See also

e u & tT, neu& t'T.

u &o t (3em'hot) m. A block used by

shoemakers to conform the shape of

the shoe.

use*.2/t (Demgciht') f. Mortar, socket

of the mill wheel,

uaco (3em'go) m. Lizard,

iiacook. (emgol') m. Onion, Onion

color. See euxooX.


N

Wei (ney)

Ney

h abb. of the numeral Fifty; Tefii

(ta'vi).

h (1) (Den) Of. (expresses poss.

relationship between 2 nouns,

used before words starting with

letters other than B, 0, ju, it, &, 08..

ns. T $ e (n&' 3etfa') pi The people of

heaven. See ifx. (1).

ns, (2) (n£) to go, to come. See also

NHOY.

n s (3) (n i) Approximately, about,

similar to, like. See also bus.,

it a y (3).

ms. ns.pH'f (n3 pSre'ti) Like me,

almost like me. See its. (3).

n s .- (n£) My. poss. adj., 1st person

sg., possessed noun pi.

107 i«u

n s .s. (n i 3£') To be great, to be grand.

See n h s S .

NS.&, e2/OTe e (n£ 3a'3ehota'3a')

Greater than.

n s .s .-*' (n3 D&') To be great, to be

grand, [pron. of **&].

n s .B 1 (nS'vi) m. Spear. See also

If&vt, it&&Bi (2).

W seuisc (n£ 3ami'ySs) The Book of

Nehemiah

NS.zs.pe© (nS'zSrath') Nazareth.

- peiiNS.zs.pee (rem nS'zSrath') n.

A native of Nazareth. See also

N&zoopeoc.

NS.zo>peoc (n£'zora'3os) n. A native

of Nazareth.

ns.ht (nayet') n. adj. Kind,

compassionate.

ueeNS.HT (meth'niyet') f.

Compassion.

- tiueeN&HT (ti'meth nSyet') v. To

give charity.

ns.1 (1) (nSy) v. To have pity, To have

mercy, to be merciful; m. Mercy,

charity, pity.

- epovN SJ (3er 3u'n£y) To be

merciful, to be charitable.

- epNSj (3er'nSy) To have mercy.

- ueeNS.1 (meth'nSy) f. Mercy,

charity, alms.

- s.on&i (^th'niy) adj. Unmerciful,

cruel, unmercy.

- ueTS,eNS,i (met 3§th'nSy) f.

Cruelty.

- p eu N N Si (rem 3en'n£y) n. Merciful.

- peqNS.i (ref' niy) n. Merciful.

- jas.'TueeNa.i (shSt’meth niy") n.

One who demands charity, beggar.


N&t 1 0 8 N&T

- jaovM&i (shii'niy) adj. Worthy of

mercy.

- m&i wa,N (n^y n£n) Have mercy on

us.

n&i (2) (n§y) These, demonst. pron.

pi.

n&i- (1) (niy) vbl. prf. for imperfect

past tense (was doing), sg. 1st

person.

N il- (2) (niy) These, demonst. adj.

pi.

(nciycit") adj. Blessed, happy.

n»,k (nak) prep. To you, on you. (sg.

m.).

NS.K- (n£k) vbl. prf. for imperfect past

tense (was doing), sg. m. 2nd

person.

n&k&i (ncik'hi) f. Pains, birth pains,

death pains.

N&.M (nam) m. Pine tree. See also

NOJU.

n&n (n&n or nan) prep. To us, on us.

- juoi n&.n (moy n£n or moy nan)

Give us. See not.

- nm n&n (n§y n£n or nay nan)

Have mercy on us. See m u (1).

n&n- (nein or nan) vbl. prf. for

imperfect past tense (was doing),

pi. 1st person.

Ns.ne (n§na') Good, nice, great. See

alSO N&N6 <

N&Ne k To o vi (nina'^'to 3u'wi)

Good morning. See k 'T O o n .

N&Ne pov&i (n&na'ru'hi)) Good

evening. See pore,/.

N&Ne^ (nSna') Good, nice, great.

- cn&nc^ (3a'n&na') adj. Good, nice.

- TTC©Na.Neq (path'ninaf') n. That

which is good.

- epne«NS.Neq (Der path'nlinaf') v.

To do good.

- peqcpTTe©Na.Neq (rePer path'

ninaf') n. Beneficent.

- cauKceN&Ncq (sim path' nSnaf')

n. Beneficent.

n&ncc (nSnas') It is good to.

(impersonal expression).

H a o ru (n&’iim) The book of Nahum

Nape (n£'re) vbl. prf. for imperfect

past tense (was doing), before

nominal subjects.

N&pe- (ni're) vbl. prf. for imperfect

past tense (was doing), sg. f. 2nd

person.

N&peTCN- (niretan') vbl. prf. for

imperfect past tense (was doing),

pi. 2nd person.

tiz.c (n3s) prep. To her, on her.

NS.C- (n&s) vbl. prf. for imperfect past

tense (was doing), sg. f. 3rd

person.

n & t (nSt) m. Web of a weaving

machine.

N&T&&T (3en' 3it h£t') adj. Free,

without money. See s.'t &s.t .

n8wt6*cnn8 (3en 3£t chen'ne) adv.

Without delay, without

procrastination. See (TeNNe

N&v (1) (niv) v. To look, to see, to

look on, to foresee; m. Vision,

sight.

- iw a v (3§n§v') Look, [imper. of m r

m

- (3£th'neiv) adj. Unseen,

unseeing.

- peqN&v (refniv) n. Seer,

overseer.

- XINN&.V (jin'nSv) m. f. Sight, vision.


N&V ltfiofc 109 H

n&v ufiofc (n iv '3em'vol) v. To see,

to have the eyes opened.

n&v ltfiofc. (n iv '3em'vol) m.

Eyesight.

n&v (2) (niv) m. Time.

- N0N&Y (’en'^eth niv') interrog

adv. At what time?

- jU$>n &v (3em'3ef n iv ) At the time

of.

- jU $ n*.v njbwptt (3em'3ef n iv' 3en

shorp') At dawn.

- Nisyf NH&.V (nish'ti 3en n iv') adj.

Long time.

- kovsci nns-t (kii'ji 3en niv') adj.

Short time.

- MjwV NifieN (niv'nivan') All the

time, always.

NS.T (3) (niv) Approximately, about,

See also eus, ms. (3).

M».v gje N p o «n i (niv sha'3en

rom'pi) About 100 years.

H »,v- (niv) vbl. prf. for imperfect past

tense (was doing), pi. 3rd person.

N&rfieN (niv van') pi. Footsteps.

Na,vi (ni'vi) m. Spear. See also

tisB/, ns&Bi (2).

N&$pi (nif'ri) f. Grain, seed.

N&$e- (ni'she) Many, much, great,

large. See n s & w S ,

N&j»e NCoreMq (ni'she 3en sii'

3enf') m. Expensive, valuable.

(nishp) That which frightens.

[p.c. of novj/sn].

N*.joTTHpi (nishp 3e'ri) m. Scarecrow.

(lit. scare quail).

n&s»t (nisht) Hard, stiff, rigid, rough,

cruel, [qual. of n^ o t ].

H&jtj'T- (nisht) Being hard, rough.

[p.C. Of MflSOT].

- jue'TN&siJ'T (met'nisht) f. Cruelty,

roughness.

N&jg'Teui (nisht 3a'mi) adj. hard to

understand, enigmatic. See 'em.

Na.S0TNa.2/fii (nisht nih'vi) adj.

Stubborn, stiff-necked.

M&S8T2/HT (nisht het') adj. Cruel,

inflexible.

ueTN&ssrr&HT f. Cruelty,

inflexibility.

msssco^ (nisho') Many, much, great,

large. See Ns&e-.

NS.ja't (nish'ti) m. adj. Defender,

helper, supporter.

- epNa.ssf (3er nish'ti) v. To help, to

defend, to support.

- peqN&sat (ref nish'ti) n. Helper,

defender, advocate.

N&q- (nif) vbl. prf. for imperfect past

tense (was doing), sg. m. 3rd

person.

N&q (nif) prep. To him, on him.

N&.Z/* (nih) To shake, to be shaken.

[pron. o f moz, (1), /fore,].

N&Z/fieq (nihvaf') m. Yoke,

submission.

N&&&! (1) (nih'vi) f. Neck, shoulder.

- N&sa'TNa.&fli (nisht nih'vi) adj.

Stubborn, stiff-necked.

- (T&CIN&&SI (chi'si n ih ’vi) adj.

Arrogant, haughty.

- ntn&S/Bi (3o'li 3en 3et nih'vi)

v. To decapitate, to behead.

N&&&I (2) (nih'vi) m. Spear. See also

NSV/, N&.B1.

N&&eu- (niham') To save, to be

saved, [const, of f/o&eju].

n ( n i h m ) To save, to be saved.

[pron. of tfo&ett].


N&2,p*^ 110 MeT6M-

(n£hr£') prep. Before, in the

presence of. [pron. of NAZ/petij.

N&&peN (nihran') prep. Before, in

the presence of. See ns.&p &*.

M&e/t (n£h'ti) v. To believe, to trust;

m. Belief, trust, faith. See en&OT.

Unbelieving, infidel.

(Dith ’nih'ti) n. adj.

- tte'TN&.&'t (met'nih'ti) f. Faith. S

- peqN&fct (ref'nih'ti) n. Believer.

- jBOVN».2/t (shii'nSh'ti) adj. Worthy

of trust, worthy of belief.

N&XTT (nigp) n. Stone, pit (of fruit).

Hast2,1 (n&g'hi) f. Tooth.

- TTI&klX N T6 NIN&X2/I (pi

3ekh'lig 3enta'ninag'hi) m.

Toothache.

- chimi nn&2£2/I (sey'ni 3en nSg'hi)

n. Dentist. See cmm.

nc (1) (na) A copula in simple nominal

sentences, for pi. See ire, ve.

Me (2) (na) prep. To you, on you. (sg.

f.).

Me- (na) Your. poss. adj., 2nd person

sg.f., possessed noun pi.

N6&.T (nay&t') Furthermost,

outermost.

Nell- (nab) Lord of, master of. [p.c. of

n h B].

Nefik&i (nab 3S'hi) n. A person with a

long life-span.

NefiHi (nab 3ey') n. Landlord.

Mefii (na'vi) v. To swim, to float. See

tieqt, mhBi, n iBi .

Mefiio2/i (nab yo'hi) n. Field owner.

Nefi&HT (nab het') n. Bright,

intelligent. See &h t (1).

Mefii- (neb'ti) f. Braid of hair, pleat.

See n o vB t.

Mei (nay) f. Time. See also n h i (2)

- epNci (3er nay') v. To reach its

time.

- +Mei (ti nay') v. To appoint a time.

M6K- (nak) Your. poss. adj., 2nd

person sg. m., possessed noun pi.

NeicpoN (nek'ron) (Gk.) n. Dead,

dead person.

Neu (nam) conj. And; prep. With. See

Nejus*.

Neua.^ (nem i') prep. With. [pron. of

H 6JU ].

Neu&K (nemSk') prep. With you. sg.

m.

NCU&.N (nem£n') prep. With us.

Neu&q (nemSf-) prep. With him.

Neu&c (nemos') prep. With her.

ncuc (nema') prep. With you. sg. f.

ncucdov (nem63u') prep. With them.

MeucoTCM (nemo'tan) prep. With

you. pi.

NeN (nan) The definite article for pi.

See also m.

M6M- (nan) Our. poss. adj., 1st person

pi., possessed noun pi.

NeNepHov (nan'3ere'yu). Each other,

with each other. 1st person pi.

NeN62/ (3en 3enah') adv. Eternally,

forever.

Nec- (nas) Her. poss. adj., 3rd person

sg. f., possessed noun pi.

Nece (na'se) Beautiful. See also

enece, m e w <

Mec


NeTert'epHOY 111 NHBTe NOYN

MeTeM epnov (netan' 3ere'yu) Each

other, with each other. 2nd person

pl•

N e T q - (netf) To loosen up, to smile,

[Const. Of NO Y q T (1), NOYVq'T].

Heg)iT- (neshp) To scare, to be

scared, [const, of n o y & tt],

MejsneHOT (neshp the'yii) f. Fan

NejDTe (neshta') m. A cruel person.

Neq (naf) m. Sailor

- niNisB't HNeq (pinish'ti 3ennaf') m.

Captain of the ship.

Neq- (naf) His. poss. adj., 3rd person

sg. m., possessed noun pl.

N e q T - (neft) To loosen up, to smile.

[const, of n o yc/t (1), n o y tc/t ],

Ne5xt (neg'khi) n. Debris, small

pieces resulting from working with

wood or metal, precipitate.

Nee, (nah) m. oil.

- 2/po)T NN62/ (3ehrot' 3en nah') f.

Oil press. See bpoo'T.

Me& u n io (»2/C (nah'3empi thohs')

m. Anointing oil. See exo&c.

N62;- (nah) To shake, to be shaken.

[const, of n o z, (1), n o ve,].

nez,^ (nah) To shake, to be shaken.

[pron. of noz, (1), n o y z ,].

N62, (nah) Shaken, separated, [qual.

of NO Z, (1), NOYZ,].

N62/fi- (nehb) To saddle the animal,

to join the animal to wagon, [const,

of NO&eB, /tat&e£].

Ne&fiHfc (nah vel') m. Flask, or

leather bottle (for wine).

Ne&TTi (neh'pi) v. To mourn, to

grieve.

Ne&TU (neh'pi) m. Mourning

- peqNe&TTi (ref neh'pi) n. Mourner.

Ne&ci (neh'si) v.To wake up, to

awaken, to arise, to be active.

Ne&ci (neh'si) m. Awakening.

Ne&q (hehf) m. Winnowing, Chaff.

H e x - (nag) To throw away, to cast

off. [const, of no y x (2)].

Mesci (na'ji) f. Belly, womb.

n h (ne) demonst. article for pl. See

$H.

nh- (ne) Those, demonst. pron. pl.

nhB (neb') m. f. Lord, owner, matron.

See NeB-.

- epNHfi (3er neb') v. To reign, to

become lord.

- j u c t n h B (met neb') f. Lordship

n h Bi (ne'vi) v. To swim, to float. See

NeB/, Neqi, n/B/.

n h Bi (ne'vi) m. Swimming, floating.

- peqNHBi (ref ne'vi) n. Swimmer.

NHee- (ne'3eth) Who, which,

that Relative pron. pl. Used with

words starting with B, p, n, K, o or

j u . See also n h c t-.

NHeeua>ovT (ne 3eth'mo 3ut') pl.

The dead (people).

NHeeoveulfi (ne3eth'3u 3am' chi) pl.

Babies who suckle milk from their

mothers. See oysjuS 'r.

N H 6T- (ne'3et) Who, which,

that. Relative pron. pl. Used with

words starting with letters other

than B, p, n , A, o or ju. See also

NH6&-.

NH'eTe uu& v (ne'3eta'3emmiv')

Those, demonst. pron. pl.

N H eTe n o v n (ne'3eta'nun) That

which is ours. See n o yn (1).


NHeTODJB 112 Hm&poitti&

MHeToaja (ne yet 3osh') pi. Readers.

[pi. of {!t]. Eq. to

kna.r/fwc'THC.

NHeTssaT (ne'yet shit') m. The poor

(people). See &


Hiirpanuc 113 MNOV-

W ittp& ^ ic (ni 3eprik'sis) The Book of

Acts. See np&ztc.

W ipeqt^».TT (ni ref'ti hip') The Book

of Judges. See peyf& zrr.

n i $ h o y i (ni fe'3ii'wi) The heavens.

[pl. of t o Pe].

Wic{>ipi (nifi'ri) The Books of

Chronicles

- £ W i^ipi (nifi'ri 3Q'wi) The Book of

1 Chronicles

- E H i$ ip i (nifi'ri ’esnu'ti) The Book

of 2 Chronicles

Nijat (nish'ti) n.adj. Great, large, big,

many. See also n o x

N isa t mcom (nish'ti 3en son') m. The

elder brother. See con.

N ija t ncodmi (nish'ti 3en so'ni) f. The

elder sister. See cwm .

- epN ijst (3er nish'ti) To become

great, to become big.

tteTNis»1‘ (met nish'ti) f.

Greatness, vastness, seniority,

mq (nif) m. Breath, air breeze, fog.

Niqi (ni'fi) v. To blow (wind), to

breathe; m. Breeze, breath

- 7TiNiqi (pini'fi 3en'khi 3a')

The last breath.

- ceKNiqi (sak'ni'fi) v. To inhale, to

breath in.

- z,t Niqi efio2v (hi ni'fi 3avol') v. To

exhale, to breath out.

- soeNNiqi (shen ni'fi) m. A breath,

breathing.

- 5auuruqi (khim ni'fi) m. Asthma,

difficult breathing.

NKecon (Den ka'sop) adv. Again,

once more. See also novw&eju

n k o t (3en'kot) v. To Sleep, to lie

down, to pass away; m. Sleep.

See enKOT

- a.TMKOT (3it 3en'kot) adj.

Wakeful, not asleep.

- m n k o t (m i'3en 3en'kot) m.

Bed, Place of lying down.

MKtofcn (3en kolp) adv. Stealthily,

covertly.

N N i- (3enni') vbl. prf. for negative of

emphatic future tense sg. 1st

person.

NNe (3enna') vbl. prf. for negative of

emphatic future tense, before

nominal subjects.

n m c- (3enna') vbl. prf. for negative of

emphatic future tense sg. f. 2nd

person.

NN6K- (3ennak') vbl. prf. for negative

of emphatic future tense sg. m. 2nd

person.

MM6N- (3ennan') vbl. prf. for negative

of emphatic future tense pl. 1st

person.

n n c c - (3ennas') vbl. prf. for negative

of emphatic future tense sg. f. 3rd

person.

NNeci»(OTTi mhi (3en'nes sho'pi ney')

It shall never happen to me that.

Impersonal expression.

MNCTeN- (3ennetan') vbl. prf. for

negative of emphatic future tense

pl. 2nd person.

MMeq- (3ennaf) vbl. prf. for negative

of emphatic future tense sg. m. 3rd

person.

n n o v - (3ennii') vbl. prf. for negative of

emphatic future tense pl. 3rd

person.


NOfil 114 NOVKep

Nofil (no'vi) m. Sin.

- epNOfii (3er no'vi) v. To commit sin,

to sin.

- &iepNOfii (3iy '3er no'vi) I sinned.

- &eNOfii (3ath no'vi) adj. Sinless,

pure.

- peqepNofii (ref'3er no'vi) n. Sinner.

nohu& (no 3e'm i) (Gk.) m. Mind,

understanding, intellect.

- epNoiN (3er nen') v. To discern, to

understand.

n o h t c (no 3eta') (Gk.) adj. rational,

mental, reasonable.

noini (noy'ni) v. To shake, to shiver,

to tremble, to agitate, to incite; m.

Shaking. See n w in i.

noju (nom) m. Pine tree. See also

N&tt.

n o juo o c th c (nomo'thetes) (Gk.) m.

Teacher of the law, law-giver. See

NO HOC.

nouoc (no'mos) m. Law, statute.

a.Noi»& (3i'nomi'ya) (Gk.) f.

Lawlessness, violation of the law.

- &N


NOYKep 115 NOT2/I

NOVKep (nii'kar) m. Incision of

unripe fruits.

n o t k o t s c i (3en 3u kti'ji) adv. A little.

m o t h (1) (nun) Ours. poss. pron.,1st

person pi, possessed noun pi.

n o t n (2) (nun) m. Depth, abyss.

n o t n i (1) (nu'ni) f. Root.

- jyeTTNOTNi (shap nii'ni) v. To take

root. See goon (1).

- 6’c n o tn i (chanii'ni) To take root.

- 6 'c t t n o t n i (chap nii'ni) v. To take

root. See (Tsir.

n o t n i (2) (nii'ni) m. Radish.

NorpouTTi (3en' 3u rom'pi) adv. Fora

year. See pojutm.

n o t c o t t (3en'3u sop') adv. Once. See

COTT.

n o t o t (nu 3u') His. poss. pron., 3?

person sg.m., possessed noun pi.

NOTpi (nu'ri) m. f. vulture.

n o t c (1) (niis) Hers. poss. pron., 3rd

person sg.f., possessed noun pi.

n o t c (2) (niis) (Gk.) m. Mind, thought,

intellect, conception.

n o t t (nut) v. To grind (grains in a

mill); m. Grinding, meal, flour. See

N O T*, NOYT.

- ua. n n o t t (m §'3en nut') m. Mill.

- (ONi n n o t t (o'ni3en nut') m.

Milling stone. See aw/.

- p e q N O T T (ref nut') n. Miller, one

who grinds grains.

N O T T e u (nu'tam) adj. Sweet,

pleasant, delightful; n. Sweetness.

See n o t c h .

NOTTCN (nutan') Yours, poss. pron.,

2nd person pi, possessed noun pi

N O TTq (niitf) v. To loosen up, to

ease, to relax, to smile, to slacken;

m. Relaxation, softening, smiling.

See N o v q T (1), N C T q - N e q T -

N O q T *

MOT«)2/e u (3en 3ti'36'ham) adv.

Again, once more. See also

NKCCOTT.

NOTjyTT (niishp) v. To scare, to be

scared, to frighten, to befrightened,

See NCftfir-, NO&1T* NO ft) IT,

N&&JT-

NOTq (nuf) His. poss. pron., 3^

person sg.m., possessed noun pi

NOTqi (nu'fi) Good.

- ceomoTqi, (3es'toy nu'fi) m. Good

smell, perfume.

- jacNNorqi (shannu'fi) Good news.

- 2,isaeNN0Tqi (hi'shan nu'fi) i^. To

announce good news.

- qaijsjeNNOTqic (fSy'shan nu'fi) n.

Announcer of good news

- peq&isaeNNOTqi (ref hi'shan nu'fi)

n. Announcer of good news,

evangelist.

N o r q T (1) (nuft) v. To loosen up, to

ease, to relax, to smile, to slacken;

m. Relaxation, softening, smiling.

See N O Y T q ( 1 ), N C T q -, N e q T -

N O q T *

N O T q T (2) (ntift) v. To swell, to be

distended.

n o t& (nuh) v. To shake, to be

shaken, to separate. See n o z, (1),

n & & * n c z , - Nee,, Nee,*, n h &.

notz/I (nU'hi) f. Sycamore tree.Se

also c X k o , cvKOJUopea,.

- joeNNOTg/i (shannii'hi) m. Wood of

the sycamore tree.


NOY&O't SeN 0V2/0+ 116 N02/6M

Nov&oi SeN ovz/ot (3en 3ii ho'ti

khan' 3ii ho'ti) adv. Suddenly. See

Z>o f (2)

novsc (1) (niig) adj. Untrue, lying,

false, adv. falsely.

- uodoy MNOY2C (m o ^e n n tig ') m.

Mirage.

- ueeNovac (meth ntig') f. Lie,

falsehood.

- sceaeoNOYSc (ja'meth ntig') v. To

tell a lie.

- peqsceueeNOYSc (ref ja'meth niig')

n. Liar

- ca.MeeNOY2£ (s i' meth ntig') n.

Liar.

Novsc (2) (niig) v. To throw away, to

castoff. See n e x - , n o x *, n h x .

novscjS (niigkh) v. To sprinkle; m.

Sprinkling. See n o x 3 ^ , n o£ x ^,

n o x £ .

N o v i (nii'ti) m. f. god; adj. godly,

divine.

- §>Novt (Def nii'ti) m. God.

- Jue©Novt (meth nii'ti) f. Divinity.

- epNOvf (3er nii'ti) v. To become

god.

- ».0 Movt (3ith nii'ti) adj. Godless.

- M&INOV+ (^miy nii'ti) n. God-

loving.

- u&.CNOY’t (m is nii'ti) f. Mother of

God (lit. the one who gave birth to

and mothered God).

- MS.CTeNOY't (mis'te nii'ti) n. God-

hater.

- s»*us9eNov1' (shim'she nii'ti) m.

Serving of God.

- peqssawUgjeNovt (ref shim ' she

nii'ti) f. Servant of God, one who

serves God.

NOjaep (noshar') m. Vulture, falcon.

mosbtt^ (noshp) To scare, to be

scared, [pron. of n o y & tt],

MOjsm (noshp) Frightened, scared.

[qual. of n o y & tt],

Noqep (nofar') Good, useful.

Noqpi (nof'ri) f. Usefulness, profit,

goodness; adj. Good, useful,

profitable. Used as a greeting eq.

to "Hi".

- epNoqpt (Der nof'ri) v. To be useful,

to be fruitful.

cepNoqpi (Des' 3er nof'ri)

Impersonal expression, it is better

to.., it is profitable to ..

Noqpi ssa.i (nof'ri shiy) Happy feast;

a greeting on feast days. See jt>&/

(2).

Noqpi G2/OOY (nof'ri ^a'ho’ii') Good

day. See e&oor.

Noqpi 'escoopfc (nof'ri Da gorh')

Good night. See exwpz,.

N oqT^ (noft) To loosen up, to smile.

[pron. Of NOYq'T (1), NOVTCjT].

noSsc^ (nokhg) To sprinkle, [pron. of

NOYXSj.

Noe, (1) (noh) v. To shake, to be

shaken, to separate. See n o y z ,,

n s .Z/S, n o ?,-, Nee,, n c z /S, n h z ',.

no& (2) (noh) pl. Eyelashes, eyelids.

N02/ (3) (noh) m. Rope, cord.

N02» npojjb (noh^en rosh') m.Rope

for land measurement. See pooy.

No&efi (nohab') v. To saddle the

animal, to join the animal to

wagon. See N(vz,eB, Nez>B-

No&eu (noham') v. To save, to be

saved; m. Salvation, redemption.


N o & e u 117 NX&I NlfiCN

See No&eiu-, NS&eu-, ns& ju*

ffo&eju.

- peqNo&eu (ref' noham') n. Savior,

redeemer. See No&eju.

- aciNNO&eu (ref' noham') m. The

act of Salvation, safety. See

No&eu.

N02/6M- (noham') To save, to be

saved, [const, of No&eju]

N02/CU (noham') Saved, [qual. of

frozen],

Nost,i (no'hi) m. Rope maker. See

noz, (3).

Nose (nog) adj. Great, large, big. See

also ir / g f

no sc Nk&j (nog'3en 3S'hi) Long life.

See s&t.

n o jc^ (nog) To throw away, to cast

off. [pron. of n o y x (2)].

nojcncsc (nognag') v. To despise, to

scorn, to insult. See also ts&wys.

noscjS^ (nogkh) To sprinkle, [pron. of

n o y x S].

noscS (nogkh) Sprinkled, [qual. of

n o y x £>].

N p a c i (Den rSs'ti) Tomorrow

Nca,- (Dens§') prep. Against, before,

behind, following, after. See also

NCW*.

Nca,q (Den s3f') Yesterday.

Nc&p&ct (3ensliris'ti) The day after

tomorrow.

Nc&c&q (3ens§scif') The day before

yesterday.

n c h o v niB cn (3en'seyii' nivan') All

the time, always. See c h o y .

new* prep. Against, before, behind,

following, after. See also ires..

n t s . ^ (ent£') Belong to.

N T* .- (enti') vbl. prf. for conjunctive

tense sg. 1st person.

N T& p e - (entira') vbl. prf. for

conjunctive tense sg. f. 2nd person.

NT& .peTGN- (entSretan') vbl. prf. for

conjunctive tense pi. 2nd person.

n t c (1) (3enta') Of. (expresses poss.

relationship between 2 nouns).

See ju (1)', ir(1j,

n t c (2) (enta') vbl. prf. for

conjunctive tense, before nominal

subjects.

n t c k - (entak') vbl. prf. for

conjunctive tense sg. m. 2nd

person.

N T 6 N - (entan') vbl. prf. for

conjunctive tense pi. 1st person.

n t c c - (entas') vbl. prf. for

conjunctive tense sg. f. 3rd person.

NTeq- (entaf') vbl. prf. for conjunctive

tense sg. m. 3rd person.

NTHsc(en'teg) m. Tares, a certain

kind of weeds. See also b n t u x .

n t o v - (entii') vbl. prf. for conjunctive

tense pi. 3 d person.

n'tp o u tti (^en^et rom'pi) This year.

See pojUTTi.

n to d o tn (^en'to 3u'n) adv. Certainly,

truly, therefore.

n y k t o c (nik'toc) (Gk.) f. Night. Eq.

to exoope,.

n y u $ io c (nimfi'yos) (Gk.) m.

Bridegroom. Eq. to TTST&e&eT.

n t n (nin) (Gk.) adv. Now. Eq. to

fNOY.

nsc&i (enkS'y) m. Thing, something,

possessions.

N5cw n iBc n (enkS'y nivan')

Everything.


NXPOq 118 N 'tO TN O V

Nxpoq (Den 3ek'rof) adv. deceitfully

NXcufceu (3en ko'lam) adv. Quickly,

promptly, fast.

n x (ott (3en kop') adv. secretly.

Hu>e (no’3e) (Heb.) Noah. (mean.

Rest, comfort)

n o m k (noyk) m. Adultery,

- epNtwiK (Der noyk') v. To fornicate,

to commit adultery.

- peqepNOMK (ref'3er noyk') n.

Adulterer.

- u e TN «)iK (met noyk') f. Adultery.

no>in i (noy'ni) v. To shake, to shiver,

to tremble, to agitate, to incite. See

NOlNt.

nobit (noyt) m. flour, meal of grains.

Ntoijo (noysh) m. Spleen.

nojov (no 3u') prep. To them, on

them.

Nooort (no 3u'ti) m. Swaddling

clothes (to wrap the baby). See

alSO OYNOUOvf.

n o j t c n (no'tan) prep. To you, on

you. (pl.).

N w & efi (n o 'h a b ) v. To s a d d le th e

anim al, to join th e anim al to

w agon. See tto&eB,

NSB&SOi (enshi'shi) m. Bitterness.

- 5eN oTeNsaa-sji (khan 3u'

3enshli'shi) adv. Bitterly.

- 01 NSS&.JBI (3oy' 3enshi'shi) To be

bitter.

njbih (3en'shi 3e') Lengthwise in

length. See p m

NjaopiT (3en shorp') adv. At first, in

the first place. See utopir.

n jb o t (3en'shot) v. To be hard, stiff,

rigid, rough, cruel. See engo'T,

H&{9T, N&HST-.

- SeN ovnjsot (khan'3u 3en'shot)

adv. Cruelly, roughly, severely.

- 1'ns»ot (ti 3en'shot) v. To harden,

to toughen.

njotott (3en 3esh'top) adv.

Immediately. See&Toir.

NjooDpiT (3en shorp') adv. Early. See

Ofoupir.

n S h t-^ (3enkhet') prep, in, by, with,

at. [pron. of £en].

n3 h t (3en' khet) To the north, from

the north. See S h t .

n3 ovn (3en'jpt

n + o v n o t (3en'ti 3u'nu) adv. Instantly,

at once. See o y n o y .


h (’eksi)

Eksi

1 abb, of the numeral Sixty; ce (sa).

t& nm s. (3eksipi'n£) (Gk.) adv.

Suddenly, immediately. A short

form of ezs.Trms.

^ecTH C (1) (ksestes') (Gk.) m. A

small vessel, cup, pot.

119

^VfcOM

? 6 c th c (2) (ksestes') (Gk.) m.

Roman measure used for fluids

and grains.

tu&.po>ovT (3ek 3esm£'rd 3tit') You

are blessed, (sg. m.). A short form

of k'cu&.pwoY'T. See

cju&pofor'T

to v p (3eksur') m. Ring, loop.

?


0 120 buo2v.o?i&.

0 pO)

o

o abb. of the numeral Seventy; jbfie

(3eshva').

0 (3o) Suffix meaning great or big. See

also


o u o fcoviT H C 121

ouofcoviTHC (’o'molo'gites') (Gk.)

m. Confessor.

ojuoovcioc (’omo ’us'yos) (Gk.) adj.

of one substance, one in essence,

consubstantial.

ouoiovcioc (’omo yus'yos) (Gk.) adj.

of similar substance,

o uc- (’oms) To immerse, to baptize.

[const, of eojucj.

oucy/ ,(’oms) To immerse, to baptize.

[pron. of wjucJ.

o n (’on) adv. Also, again.

- na.fc.iN on (pS'lin ’on) adv. And

again.

oni (’o'ni) Similar, like. [qual. of 'i n i

(2)1oni

(’o'ni) m. Example, look alil^e.

onou&. (’onomS') (Gk.) m. Name,

title.

o n o u&t i (’onom&'ti) In the name.

See onojua.

ontojc (’ontos' or ’ondos') (Gk.)

Really, indeed.

onss (’onsh) Amazed, in a trance,

dazed, [qual. of


OTTT 122 ova&ejuuici

o tit (otp) Loaded, packed, [qual. of

(OTTT].

o r (1) (3u) Idefinite article for sg. Eq.

to "a", "an",

o r (2) (3u) Interrog. pron. What?

who?

- eefieov (3ethva3u') Why?

ova (3u'3S) m. Blasphemy.

- sceova v. To blaspheme.

- peqsceova (ref ja 3u'3S) n. Speaker

of blasphemies.

ovafi (uwab') Pure, holy.

- eeovafi (3ath':,uwab') adj. Holy.

- TTeeovafi (path'3uwab') m. Holy.

- $Heeovafi (fe 3eth'3uwab') m.

Pure, holy, saint.

- ©Heeovafi (the 3eth' 3uwab') f.

Pure, holy, saint.

- NHeeova.fi (ne 3eth' 3uwab') pi.

Pure, holy, saints.

- TTiTTNevua eeovafi (pi 3epnev'

m£ ^ath'^uwab') m. The Holy

Spirit.

ovaeru (30 3cith'ni) f. Hole, cavity, eye

(of a needle).

ovai (3Ciw£y' or 3Qway') m. One. abb.

a. See o n , o v w t .

- e$ovai (3a'3ef 30wliy' or 3a'3ef

3Gway) Every one, every person.

- Keovai (ka' 3uw£y' or ka' 3Gway')

Another one.

- k a o v a i (I& 3iiw£y' or III 3uway')

Unique, sole, singular.

- u e TO va i (met' 30w£y' or met'

3Qway') f. Unity

- TTiovai (pi 30wciy' or pi 3Gway')

Sunday.

- TTiovai m ovai (pi 30way' pi

3(jway') Each one.

ovaju- (3u 3&m') Eater of. [p.c. of

OYWJUt]

o va ttet (3u'wlima'ti) f. Cancer,

gangrene. See also u& juef,

o vju zite f.

ovan (3iiw£n') m. Mound of earth,

dust.

o va c^ (3uw§s') To saw. [pron. of

O Y IC I (1), Btct],

o r a T ^ (3uwSt') adj. Alone, by one's

self.

o v a T e fi- (3ii'3Stab') To move, to

change, [const, of o y w t b B ]

orasu- (3u D&sh') To want, to desire.

[const, of o va ry (1)].

ovajs)^ (3u 3ash') To want, to desire.

[pron. o fo vw it) (1)].

ovae, (1) (3uwah') m. Oasis,

ova?/ (2) (3uwih') v. To follow, to

add, to reside, See oyoz,(2),

oywz,, oveZf- 0Y&&-, oy&z,*

ovez,.

ova& - (3uwSh') To follow, to add,

[const, of o y w z ,, o r oz,(2),

o y &z,(2)].

ovaz,^ (Duwcih') To follow, to add,

[pron. of o y w z,, o yoz,(2),

o y &z,(2)].

ova&fieq (3u'wlihvaf') v. To bark.

See also OY&z,q.

ova& eu- ((3u'waham') To repeat, to

interpret, [const, of ovwz>eii,

0Y0&6JU].

ova& eu- ((3ii'w3ham') Repeater of,

interpreter, [p.c. of OYwz,eu,

oro&eju].

ova& euuici (3u'wliham'mi'si) v. To

be born again. See w e t.


o va .2/ e u u ic i 123 O V C N T

ova.2,eMMici (3u'wSham'mi'si) m.

Rebirth.

ova.E/euc(»NT (3u'w£ham'sont) m.

Regeneration. See co d n t.

ov&.&eu(*>N:5 (3ii'wiliam'3onkh') v.

To be revived,

ova.?/U^ (3u'wShm') To repeat, to

interpret, [pron. of ovdo&ejut,

or'o&eu],

ov&2/Meq (’ iiwcihmaf) m. Interpreter.

ova.2/Mi (3uw£h'mi) f. Upper

room.Story in a building,

apartment. See also B&.&W.

0Vj5k.2/0 (3iiwS'ho) n. House, dwelling.

ot&.&p«)ovso (3iiw£h'r6 3ush') v. To

cast the worries upon. See

pw or& .

ova.e;ca.&Ni (3u'w&h sih'ni) v. To

command, to bid; m. Command.

- peqova.2/ca.^Ni (ref'3uw£h sSh' ni)

n. Commander.

OV&.2/COI (3ii'wah soy') f. Roof. (lit.

Added beams of wood). See cot

(2).

Ova.z/TOT'*' (3ii'wah tot) v. To

repeat, to redo.

ov&.?/q (3uw£hf') v. To bark. See also

OYZ&Beq.

ov&.2,:5ici (Duwah khi'si) v. To trouble

or to tire someone.

ovfia.s» (3uvastV) v. To become white;

m. Shine, whiteness. See or&g),

OYOBjSf, OYO>B{&.

ovfie (3iiva') prep. Against, opposite,

facing. See o yBh <

- po ovfie po (ro 3iiva'ro) Mouth to

mouth (conversation). See po (1).

- tovfie (ti' 3iiva') v. To confront.

See orBe.

orfiH-^ (3uve) prep. Against,

opposite, [pron. of ovBe],

ovAe (3utha') (Gk.) adv. Neither, nor,

and not, not even,

ovei (3u 3ay') v. To be far. See

O YH O Y.

ovei (3u 3ay') Far, at a distance.

- $ovei (3ef' 3ii 3ay') m. State of

being far, divorce, separation.

- u e To v e i (met' 3u 3ay') f. State of

being far, divorce, separation.

- c3i Novel (3es'khi 3en 3u 3ay') m.

Certificate of divorce. See c£i.

- 2/i$ovei (hi 3ef'3u 3ay') From afar,

at a distance. See ovei.

- icsceN &i$ovei (yisjan' hi 3ef'3u

3ay') From afar.

oveiNiN (3u'3anin') n. Greek.

- ueToveiNiN (met 3ii'3anin') f. The

Greek language.

o ve n - (3u 3am') To eat. [const, of

o y c vju],

oveaBpe (3u 3am'3ekhra') f. Big

belly.

o ve u2/©H^ (3ii 3am'3eh the') To

regret, to be sorry. See ovoou

n £,6h S.

o ve u (fi (3ii 3am' chi) v. To suckle.

See S'r (2).

- NHe©oveit(fi (ne 3eth '3u 3am' chi)

pl. Babies who still suckle milk

from their mothers.

oveN (3ii 3an') Part, fraction. See also

ovofN (2), pe.

- oveN qTov (3u 3an'3eftO') One

fourth.

o v c n t (3u 3ent') m. Cave, deep

hollow place.


o v e p ir- 124 O V H O V T

o v e p n - (3u 3erj>') Td^send. [const, of

oraopn, orw pne/f]

o v e p T (3ti 3erp') m. f, Rose.See also

BepT.

ovep jg i (3u 3er'shi) f. Watch, period of

time to stay awake and guard.

o v eceeM - (3Q 3estan') To enlarge, to

broaden, [const, of ovoceen],

oveceam ^ (3u 3estdn') To enlarge,

to broaden, [pron. of oroc&e/i],

o v eceto N (3U 3eston') Broad, large,

wide. [qual. of oroc&en],

o v c t (3u 3at') It is different.

{impersonal verb). See also o y o t.

o v c t - (3u 3at') To separate, to send.

[const, of o r w t (1)].

o v e T e fi- (3u,:,etab') To chaqge, to

move, [const, of orw TeB],

o v c t o v w t (3u 3at' 3u 3ot') Green.

[qual. of o y o t o y o t ],

o re T Z ,- (3Q 3et-h') To pour, to melt.

[const, of o y w t z , (1)].

o re ja- (3ii 3ash') To want, to desire.

[const, of oYoojy (1)].

ovejacu- (3u 3esham') To knead.

[const, of oYotfjoeju],

OYejsen (3u' 3eshan') Without.

Usually prefixed with if.

- NOYejaeN (3en 3ii' 3eshan') prep.

Without.

ovejaovooja (3u'3eshiP6sh) v.To

torture, to strike. See

OYejyoYcvjtore&oro>jt>.

ov'ejaovojja^ (3u'3eshu' 3osh) To

torture, to strike, [pron. of

orej&orwjy].

ovejaovoxsa (3u' 3eshu' 3osh)

Tortured, stricken, [qual. of

ove&ovw&l

ovejac- (3u 3eshs') To widen, to

broaden, [const, of orwn>c]

ovejaci (3u Desh'si) f. Breadth, width,

openness. See also ovHjpci.

o re z,- (3iiwah') To follow, to add, to

reside, to lean on. [const, of

o y w z ,, oroa,(2), orne,(2)].

orez, (3uwah') Followed, added,

placed, stayed, [qual. of orate,,

oroe,(2), ors.e,(2)].

ove& eu- (3iPeham') To repeat, to

interpret, [const, of ortb&eu,

or'oe,eju].

OYC2C- (3u 3ag') To cut. [pron. of

ora/sc],

ovescTT- (3u Degp') To break, to

destroy, [const, of orcvxtt],

o v escpo (3ii 3ag'ro) f. Door post. See

orexpw or.

ovescpooov (3u 3ag'ro 3ii') pi. Door

posts, [pi. of orexpo]

ovescovoojc^ (3u 3ag' 3u 3og') To

chew. [pron. of o ro xo re x,

oroxBex].

OTHfi (uweb-) m. Priest

ueTO VHfi (met 3uweb') f.

Priesthood.

- ©ueTOVHfi (3eth met 3uweb') A

title for bishops, equivalent to "His

grace".

o v h i (3ii 3ey') adv. Indeed, verily.

Always preceded by x e .

- x e o v h i (ja 3ii 3ey') Truly.

ovhm ('3uwen') Opened, [qual. of

or


O VH p 125 OVOI M -

o v h p (3ii 3er') Interrog. pron. How

many?, how much?

- m ovhp (3en'3u 3er') By how much?

- o v h p (kh£'3u 3er') For how

much?

- o v h p (shS'3ii 3er') Until how

much?

- cov o v h p (su'^u Der') What day of

the month?

ovHjyci (3u 3esh'si) f. Breadth, width,

openness. See also ore&ct.

o vi (’ ti'wi) f. One. See ora./.

o vih (3u'ye) pl. Husbandmen,

farmers, [pl. of orw/].

oviNJ.ii (3u'win£m') f. Right hand;

adj. Right, (as opposed to left).

ovici (1) (Duwi'si) v. To saw. See

Btci. orac-s, Bac^.

ovici (2) (3iiwi'si) v. To swell.

o v k o v n (3CikCin') (Gk.) adv. Then,

therefore.

ovfce (3ula') f. Scar of a wound. See

also o r Ah.

o v2vh (3uie') f. Scar of a wound. See

also orAe.

ovuajuet (ni'mcima'ti) f. Cancer,

gangrene. See also orauef,

u auef.

o v u o t (3u'mot) v. To thicken, to

harden, become fat; m.

Thickness. See o r o u t .

ovn (3un) (Gk.) adv. Then, now then,

thereupon, therefore.

o vnov (3u'nu) f. Hour, time. See

o r nw on.

NtovNov (3en'ti 3ii'nii) adv.

Instantly, at once.

- 3eN t 0VN0V (khan' ti 3ii'nii) adv.

Instantly, at once.

- 5ca.ovNov (kS 3u'nu) v. To foretell,

to divine.

- peqx&0VN0Y (ref'kS 3u'nu) n.

Astrologer, diviner.

- ueTpeqx& ovNov (met ref' kS

3ii'nij) f. Divination, foretelling,

interpretation of omens.

ovNoq (3u'nof) v. To rejoice, to be

glad, to live in luxury; m. Joy,

gladness.

- to v N o q (ti 3ii'nof) v. To delight, to

give joy.

ovNoq i tu o ^ (Hi'nof 3em'mo) v. To

rejoice, to be glad.

ovNtDovi (3u'no 3ii'wi) pl. Hours, [pl.

of o r nor].

o vN o o o vt (3u'no 3ii'ti) m. Swaddling

clothes (to wrap the baby). See

also N w o rf.

ovofijy (3u 3obsh') m. White, shiny.

[qual. oforwBp].

oyoAjbi (3ii 3ob'shi) f. White, shiny.

[qual. of orw B& ]

o vo e fi- (3u'3othb') To change, to

move. [pron. of orw TeB].

o v o o n ^ (3u 3othn') To pour. [pron. of

o rw T e n (1)].

o vo i (1) (3ii 3oy') m. Jump, leap.

- to v o i (ti'3ii 3oy') v. To advance, to

leap forward.

- t o v o i (ti'3u 3oy') m. Progress,

advancement.

ovoi (2) (3u 3oy') m. Waterway,

stream of water,

ovoi (3) (3u 3oy’) interj. Woe;

expressing sorrow, grief and

misery.

ovoi w- (3ii 3oy'3en) Woe to.


o v 'o k » 126 O V O T ? ,^

ov'oki (3u 3o"ki) m. A food paste

made from ground sesame seeds.

Egyptian "Tihina".

oxou.// (3u 3om') To eat. [pron. of

OVCVjU],

o v o u t (3ii 3omt') Fat, thick, hard.

[qual. of o y j u o t ].

ovon (1) (3uwon') v. There is.

- Ne ovon (na' 3iiwon') v. There

was.

ovon .. iiu o //r (3uwon'..3em'mo) v.

To have.

ovon nts.-^ (3uwon' 3enti') v. To

have. See o v o n t* ,^

ovon (2) (3iiwon') Someone, some;

something. See also B o n .

ovon niBcn (3iiwon' nivan') Every

one.

- mmon ovon (3em'mon 3tiwon')

There is no one.

- 2/&.novon (h£n' 3iiwon') pi. Some

people.

ovon fexou (3uwon 3esh' gom) v. Is

able to, have power to.

o v o n n o d tc n (3uwonnotan') You

have, (pi.)

o v o n t s .^ (3uwont&') To have. See

o v o n (1), o v o n n t &*.

o v o n t & k (Diiwontak') You have. (sg.

m .)

o v o n t & n (3uwont£n') We have.

o v o n t & c (3uwontis') She has.

ovoNT&q (Diiwont£f) He has.

o v o n t b (3uwonta') You have. (sg. f.)

o v o n t h i (3uwontey') I have.

o v o n t o v (3uwontii') They have.

ovoNe,^ (3Q 3onh') To reveal, to

confess, [const. ofovwN&J.

ovon2/ (3u 3onh') Revealed, obvious,

disclosed, manifest, [qual. of

OVOONZ/].

- neo o v o N ?/ (path'3u 3onh') m.

Something that is obvious and

clear. See nee.

ovoN&q (3u 3onhf') m. Manger.

ovoNScq (3ii 3ongf') f. Jaw.

o v o p n - (3u 3orp') To send, [const, of

ovoopn, orwpneN],

o v o p n ^ (3u 3orp') To send. [pron. of

ovoopn, ovoopneNj.

o v o c e p (3u'3osar') m. Oar. See also

Bocep.

ovococn (3u 3ostan') v. To enlarge, to

broaden; m. Breadth, width, a

broad place, an open place. See

o v e c e e N - o ve co co N *

o ve co w N .

o v o t (3U 3ot') It is different.

(impersonal verb). See also o v e v .

o v o t ^ (3u 3ot') To separate, to send.

[pron. of o vcof (1)].

o v o t e (3u 3ot'3a') More than, better

than. See also o v o t e& OTe.

o v o t e2/0T e (30 3ot'3a'hota') More

than, better than. See also o v o t

e.

o vo Te fi (3u'3etab') Changed, moved.

[qual. of ovdfTeBJ.

o v o tc n (3u 3otan') Poured. [qual. of

0Y00T6N (1)].

o v o tc n (3u 3otan') Perforated, has

holes, [qual. of orootbn (2)].

o v o T o v e T (3u 3ot' 3(i 3at') v. To

become green, to become pale.

See oveTovooT.

o v o t 2»^ (3Q 3ot-h') To pour, to melt.

[pron. of ovooT& (1)].


ov'osyeu 127 OVpOJOV

ov'osueu (3u ’osham ) Kneaded,well

mixed, blended. [qual. of

orw&eju]

ovojau * (’U’oshm') To knead, [pron.

of orwyeju].

ovosDoreje (3u ’osh'H^ash') v. To

strike, to beat up, to smash. See

also B0&B6J&.

o v o jd c (3u ’oshs') Broad, wide, wide

open space, [qual. of o r wye],

ovojoc^ (3u 3oshs') To widen, to

broaden, [pron. of orw&c],

OYOsaq^ (3u 3oshf') To crush, to grind.

[pron. of orwyq],

ovojoq (3u 3oshf') Crushed,

destroyed, [qual. of oroo&c/].

ovoe> (1) (’tiwoh') conj. And.

o r 02/ o n (’uwoh'^on) Moreover, then

again.

0Y 02/ (2) (3uwoh') v. To follow, to add,

to reside. See o r we,,

or&&(2), ores,-, or&z,-,

oraz/S, ore&.

0V02/I (1) (Du Do'hi) m. Fisherman.

- ue To vo & i (1) (met'3u 3o'hi) f.

Profession of fishing,

ovost/i (2) (3u 3o'hi) f. Scorpion. See

also (T2lh.

ovb&eu (3u'3oham') v. To repeat, to

redo, to explain, to interpret. See

orw&eu, orz&eju-, or'o&eu-

ore&eju-, orsz,eu^, or'o&eju.

ovb&eu (’iPoham') Repeated,

interpreted, [qual. of orw&eu,

orb&eu].

ovo& ea- ^iPoham ') To repeat, to

interpret, [const, of orw&eu,

oro&eju].

ovosc (3u 3og') Healthy, whole,

secure, [qual. of orx&t].

ovosc^ (Du 3og ) To cut. [pron. of

orw x].

ovoscBesc (3u ^og' vag') v. To chew.

See o ro x o re x , o r e x o r w x ^ ,

B e x B w x <

ovosci (3u ?o'ji) v. To twist,

ovoscovesc (Dii ^og'^u 3ag') v. To

chew. See o r o x Bex,

o re x o v w x ^ , B e x B w x <

ovosc tt'^’ (3u 3ogp') To break, to

destroy, [pron. of o rw x n j.

ovosc tt (Du ^ogp') Destroyed,

demolished, [qual. of o rw x n j.

ovoi" (3u 3o'ti) m. Grains of barley,

wheat, green vegetables. See

o r w f (2), B o f (1), Bwf.

ovp&nion (3ur&'niyon') adj. Heavenly

0vpa.N0c (’ iirS'nos) (Gk.) m. Heaven,

ovp& t (3ura'ti) pl. Watchmen,

guards, [pl. of orptv].

o v p jT (Du'rit) m. Watchman, guard.

See orp&f.

ovpo (3u'ro) m. King; adj. Royal,

regal. See orpw (1), orpwor.

- ue To vp o (met 3ii'ro) f. Kingdom.

- epovpo (3er 3u'ro) v. To become

ruler, to reign.

- TTOVpO NTS t&iPHNH (3ep 3U'rO

3enta' ti hirene') O king of peace.

ovpi» (1) (Jiir6') f. Queen. See

orpo.

ovpo> (2) (3ur6') m. Serpent

ovpoo (3) (3uro') m. Beans

- $icovpo> (fisiiro') Cooked beans.

Egyptian 1Bisara'.

ovpwov (3u'ro 3u') pl. Kings, [pl. of

orpo].


OYC&filN 128 ovam

ovc&Bin (3iis&'vin) m. Parsley,

ovcia. (3iisi'y£) (Gk.) f. Substance,

essence

O rc ip i (3tisi'ri) Osiris; one of the

gods of ancient Egypt.

ovt3w& (3ii't£h) m. Fruit, progeny,

benefit.

&,T0T T a .2/ (3§t Du't^h) adj.

Unfruitful, useless.

- epovTS.2/ (3er 3ii't£h) v. To be

fruitful, to give fruit.

- lo v T a .2, (ti 3ii'tSh) v. To give fruit.

peqiovT& z, (ref'ti 3ii't§h) n.

Fruitful.

o v r e (1) (3iita') prep. Between,

among. See also o y t o >

o v t c (2) (3iita') (Gk.) adv. Neither,

nor, not even.

o y to )^ (3uto) prep. Between,

among, [pron. of o w e (2)].

ova.3£i (3iifcTji) m. Liver,

o v x i (3u'ki) (Gk.) adv. Not, not so, by

no means,

ova) (1) (3ii'3o) v. To cease, to stop,

to quit, to finish. See o y h o y t .

- a.TOT«> (sSt 3ii'3o) adj. Unceasing,

unending.

- « e T a .T o v « ) (met' 3§t 3ii'36) f.

Infinity.

- 3cm o v u e T iT o v d ) (khan'3ii

met'3St 3ii'36) adv. Continuously.

- scinoyw (3it 3ii'3o) n. Completion,

ending.

- ’fovd) (ti 3ii'3o) v. To finish, to end,

to loosen.

&Ttov (3at'ti 3ii'3o) adj.

Permanent, unending,

ovd) (2) (3u'3o) m. News, report.

- epovd) (3er 3ii'3o) v. To reply, to

answer. See o rw (2).

ovtt) (3) (3ii'36) m. Seed, sprout.

- ■fovd) (ti 3u'3o) v. To sprout. See

OY(i> (3).

ov(b (4) (3ii'3o) f. Debt,

ovoofijy (Hi 3obsh') m. Whiteness,

shine; adj. White. See o yB&&,

OYOB&, OYOB&/.

- epovoofijB (3er'3ii 3obsh') v. To

become white.

ovooi (30 3oy') n. farmer

ovooi N kkoki (3u 3oy' 3en 3i'loli) m.

vinedresser. See AKoXt.

- epovoH (3er'3G 3oy') v. to farm. See

OYWf.

- mctovum (met'3u 3oy') f. Farming.

See ovoot.

- ic$ovu>i (yaf'3u 3oy') f. The

profession of farming.

ovomni (1) (3ii 3oy'ni) m. Light,

brilliance, dawn; adj. Bright,

luminous.

- pcqovttMNi (ref 3u 3oy'ni) n.

Luminary.

- epovoo/Nj (3er'3ii 3oy'ni) v. To

illuminate, to radiate.

- peqepovtaiNi (ref 3er'3u 3oy'ni) n.

One who gives light.

- fovtoiNi (ti'3ii 3oy'ni) v. To give

light.

- ff'iovooiMi (chi 3ii 3oy'ni) v. To be

enlightened, to gain insight on a

subject. See 6Tt (1).

- eqovujim (3af'3ii 3oy'ni) Luminous.

ovtt>iNi (2) (3ii 3oy'ni) n. Harp,

ovom (3ii 3om') v. To eat; m. Food.

See o Y e u - o yw ju-, oyoju*

0Y&1U-.


ovom- 129 OYOBT6N

- a.eovom (3erth'3u D6m') adj. Not

eating, fasting.

- ueT& oovam (met'3£th'3u 3om') f.

Fasting.

- u&.nov(»u (mSn'^ii 3om') m. Dining

room, restaurant.

- peqovom (ref'3ii 3om') n. One who

eats a lot, glutton.

- aciNovom (jin'3u 3om') m. Cuisine,

edibles.

o vo m - (3ii 3om') To eat. [const, of

OYWJU]

ovoau (3u 3om'3en 3eh the')

v. To regret. See (1).

ovom 2» h t (3u 3om'het') v. To

regret; m. Regret, sorrow. See

&H'T(1).

ovn (2) (3uwon') m. Part, fraction.

See also o r bn, pe.

oyodnjb (3ii 3onsh') m. Wolf.

ov«)M2/ (3u 3onh') v. To reveal, to

disclose, to declare, to confess, to

give thanks; m. Revealing,

confessing. See o ro m ,^

ovonz,.

ovo>N2/ efiofc (30 3onh' 3a'vol) v. To

reveal, to disclose, to declare, to

confess, to give thanks; m.

Revealing, confessing, declaring.

- &eovoM& (3Sth'3Q 3onh') adj.

Hidden, not apparent.

xiNOV(t>N& (jin'30 3onh') m.

Revealing, declaring.

- 5eN o vovow z, efiofc (khan' 3Q

3onh' 3a'vol) adv. Openly, publicly,

plainly, clearly, boldly.

ovojpn (3U 3orp') v. To send. See

o rtu p e n , o v o p n -, o v e p n -,

o r op it <

- peuNOVttjpTt (rem 3en 3Q 3orp') n.

Messenger, one who is sent.

- peqorw piT (ref' 3U 3orp') n. Sender

of a messenger.

- scmovoopTT (jin' 3u 3orp') m.

Sending.

ovoopeTT (3Q 3or'pen) v. To send. See

oroopn, o r o p n - o r e p n -

o r o p n <

o v o d t (1) (3u 3ot') adj. One, single.

- OYNOY't n o y g d t (3un(j'ti 3en 30

3ot') One God.

- ovcott n o y g d t (3usop' 3en 3Q 3ot')

One time.

- 2/HT noyoot (het'3en 3u 3ot') m.

One mind, one heart. See & h t

(1).

- JU6T 2/HT noyoot (met het' 3en 3u

3ot') f. Unity of mind and heart.

o vgdt (2) (3Q 3ot') adj. Green, fresh,

raw, soft, pampered.

ovduTefi (3u 3o'tab) v. To change, to

move, to depart, to exchange, m.

Change, departure, transfer,

captivity. See o r e T e B -,

o r k T e B -, o r o e B o r 'o v e B - , .

- 2£iNovd)Tefi efiofc (jin 3u' 3o'tab

3a'vol) m. Migration, captivity.

OYCWT6N (1) (3ii 3o'tan) v. To pour, to

offer a sacrifice. See o t o o n

o r o T e N .

OYOOT6N (2) (3u 3o'tan) v. To make a

hole, to perforate. See o ro 're N .


o v o o t c 130 o v o o t

ovootc (3u 3ots') m. Battle, war. See

also B o o t c .

ovottz, (1) (3U 3ot-h') v. Tp pour, to

filter, to refine, to melt, to mold. m.

Molten thing; adj. Molten, graven

image. See o y c t z ,-, o v o o t z *

o t o t z ,* .

- u&ci noyodts/ (m&'si 3en 3U 3ot-

h') m. Molded calf.

- uawNOTtOT?/ (mS'3en 3(j 3ot-h') m.

Melting crucible.

ovT2/^ (3u 3ot-h') To pour, to melt.

[pron. of ovooTg, (1)].

o vw tZ j (2) (3G 3ot-h') v. To weave, to

sew, to tie. See also w t z , (2).

OYODja (1) (3u 3osh') v. To want, to

desire; m. Will, desire. See ora.#-,

ore&-, oreojt)-,

- oi Movoojy (3oy'3en 3u 3osh') To be

desirable.

ovodjs- (3u 3osh') To want, to desire.

[const, of oroop (1)].

ov$eu (m£'3en 3u 3o' sham)

m. Kneading bowl.

- 3£iM0va)sseu (jin' 3u 3o'sham) m.

Kneading.

ovoojac (3u 3oshs').v. To widen, to

broaden, to enlarge, to make

room, to become wide, to become

broad; m. Breadth, width. See

O Y e & C - OYOjffC* OYOjpC,

OY6&C/, OYHjSCI.

ova>s0T (3u 3osht') v. To kneel down,

to worship.

- pcqovasjaT (ref' 3u 3osht') n.

Worshipper.

- 2cinovo>s»t (jin'3ii 3osht) n.

Worshipping, kneeling down.

S»ovova>ssrT umo^ (shu'3u

3osht'3em'mo) Worthy to be

worshipped,

ovoojoq (3ii 3oshf') v. To crush, to

grind, to destroy. See OYo&q*,

OYO&q.

ovoojosc (3u 3oshg') v. To smear, to

anoint, to cover with a layer of

metal, to give a coat of paint. See

also ooysc.

ortoz, (3iiwoh') v. To follow, to add, to

reside, to lean on, to add a roof; m.

Residence. See o y o &(2),

OY&&(2), OYCS/-, OY&&-, O Y& & *

0Y6Z/.

ovw&cju (3ii 3o'ham) v. To repeat, to

redo, to explain, to interpret; m.

Answer, reply, interpretation,

objection. See oyo&cju,

OY&&CM-, oY'o& eit- o Y e & e u -,

OY&&JU* OYO&CjU.

- N0V0D2/CU (3en 3ii 3o'ham) adv.

Again, once more. See also

NKeCOTT.

ovaasc (3u 3og') v. To cut. See o r e x-,

O YO X*.

OYtoacTT (3u 3ogp') v. To break, to

destroy; m. Destruction,

breakdown. See o y c x t t -

OYOXTT*, OYOXTT.

O T (»t (1) (30 3o'ti) v. To send, to

separate, to segregate, to isolate.

See o y c t - , o y o t * ,


ovoot eflofc. 131

ovoo't efiofc. (3G 3o'ti 3a'vol) m.

Segregation, separation, isolation.

ovuai (2) (3Q 3o'ti) m. Grains of

barley, wheat, green vegetables.

See o vo i, B o f (1), Boot.

ovyaa.Tr (3uship') m. Loan, debt.

- teTTovjo&TT (ti 3a'3ep 3uship') v. To

loan, to give a loan.

-


oxefi 132 oi

bacefi (3ojab') Frozen, cold. [qual. of

w xe S a n d wxeq],

osci (3o'ji) n. Unjust person; f.

Injustice, adj. Unjust, oppressor.

- ueTosci (met 3o'ji) f. Injustice,

inequity, unfairness. See ox/.

ox.Z/* (3og-h) To strangle, to choke.

[pron. of (vx&j.

o t (3o'ti) f. Womb, uterus.


IT 133 TT&p&OHKH

H i (Pi)

Pi

tt abb. of the numeral Eighty; 3s.ttNe

(khim'na).

tt (Dep) The definite article for sg. m.

See also m.

its.- (pa) My. poss. adj., 1st person

sg., possessed noun sg. m.

ns.eoc (pi'thos) (Gk.) m. Suffering,

passion, pain.

- s.tts.ohc (i'pithes') Without pain.

tts.1- (pay) This, demonst. adj. sg. m.

- TTwpH'f (piy re'ti) This way, this

manner. See pH f.

ttmoot (pa-yot') My father.

TT&k&TioN (pili'tyon) (Lat.) m.

Palace. See also n s X X s T / 0N.

TT&keaw (pSla'^) (Gk.) adj. f. Old,

ancient.

TTS.2v.eoc (pilcPos) (Gk.) adj. m. Old,

ancient.

TTS.2k.iN (pi'iin) (Gk.) adv. Again, once

more.

K e tts.2v.in (ka' pi'lin) (Gk.) adv. And

again.

tts.2v.in on (pi'lin 3on) Adv. And

again.

tts.2v.2v.s,k h (p&lli'ki) (Gk.) f.

Concubine.

it s .2v.2v.&t i o n (pilli'tyon) (Lat.) m.

Palace. See also ns.2iS.vtoN.

tts.n&vis. (p&n 3£gi'y£) (Gk.) f. All

holy.

ns.N&yioc (pin 5ig'yos) (Gk.) m. All

holy.

TTS.NOHP (pinther') (Gk.) m. Panther,

leopard.

TT&Novps-is. (pSniirgi'yi) (Gk.) f.

Deceit, trickery, craftiness.

n&Novpvoc (pinur'ghos) (Gk.) m.

Deceitful, cunning, tricky.

TTS.NOY+ (p i nu'ti) My God.

TTS.NTOKp&Ta>p (pan'tokrS'tor or

pein'dokri'tor) (Gk.) m. Almighty.

See KpsToc.

tts .n t«> c (pantos' or pandos') (Gk.)

adv. Absolutely, definitely.

II& b TTi (p i 3o'pi) Paopi or Babeh, the

second month of the Egyptian

(Coptic) year. See also Ils w m .

TTS.TTS. (p i'p i) Pope. (lit. father).

TTS.PS. (p i'ri) (Gk.) adv. Against,

beside, near, alongside.

ns.ps.fis.cic (p i'rivisis') (Gk.) f.

Disobedience, transgression.

- epiTS.p&fieNiN (3erpiri'venin') v.

To transgress, to overstep.

n ip s.fis.TH C (pirivites') (Gk.) m.

Transgressor, law-breaker.

n&ps.fio2vH (pirivole') (Gk.) f.

Parable, proverb.

tt&p sA ic o c (pirithi'sos) (Per.)

Paradise, (mean. Wooded park,

garden)

tts.p &&.o^ o n (pirithok'son) (Gk.)

Incredible, unexpected, wonderful.

TTS,psAocic (piritho'sis) (Gk.) f.

Tradition handed down from age to

age.

ns.p&eHKH (piritheke') (Gk.) f.

Deposit, trust.


TTS.pawKfc.HCIC 134 Tra.(f oic

Trawps.Kfc.HCic (parikle'sis) (Gk.)

Consolation, comfort.

TTawps.Kfc.HTOc (pirikle'tos) (Gk.) m.

Comforter, advocate, consoler. Eq.

to p e q fN o u f.

tts.ps.monh (pirim one') (Gk.) f. The

day preceding Christmas or

Epiphany. Egyptian 'Baramon'.

nawpawNOUOC (pi'rino'mos) (Gk.) m.

Transgressor of the law. See

NOJUOC.

- epTTspawNouiN (3erpiri'nomin') v.

To violate the law.

TTawpawTTTttmaw (par3pto'm§) (Gk.) m.

Transgression, false step, fall,

trespass.

nawpawCKevH (piriska've) (Gk.) f.

Friday, the day of preparation. Eq.

to it woo v.

TrawpeuEofcH (piremvole') (Gk.) f.

Barracks, army camp.

TiawpeeNiaw (pir'theni'yi) (Gk.) f.

Virginity. Eq. to jueTpwovMt.

TT3wpeeN0c (partha'nos) (Gk.) f.

Virgin, celibate. Eq. to pooovm.

TT&potuiaw (pirim 'yi) f., pl. (Gk.)

Proverb or proverbs.

- Hms.poiuis. (ni pirim'yi) The

book of Proverbs

Traipovciaw (pirusi'yi) (Gk.) f.

Coming, Advent,

nawpovx (pirukh') The Book of

Baruch; one of the books of the

Apocrypha.

irawppHciaw (pir'resi'yi) (Gk.) f.

Boldness of speech, openness,

frankness, confidence, courage.

Eq. to o y w n Zi e&oX.

5eN ovtts.pphcis. (khan 3u

pir'resi'yi) adv. Openly, publicly,

plainly. Eq. to £en orovcum,

e£oA.

ttscxs. (pis'khi) (Aram., Heb.)

Passover. This word signifies the

Passover feast. It also signifies the

paschal Supper, the Paschal Lamb

and also Christ Himself.

tt&ccothp (p i soter') My Savior.

TT8wTawfca.c (p itilis ') adj. Shabby,

bad.

nawTHp (pater') (Lat.) m. Father. See

also IT&Tp/, ITSTpOC.

TT».Tpi (pit'ri) (Lat.) m. Father. See

alSO ITS. 'THp, ITSTpOC.

tts.t p i s .p x h c (pit'ri 3irshes') (Lat./

Gk.) m. Patriarch.

nawTpic (pit'ris) (Gk.) f. Homeland.

TrawTpoc (pat'ros) m. Father. See also

TTS'THp.

na.Tsaefc.eT (pit'shelat') m.

Bridegroom. See j&e&eT.

IlawVfce (piv'la) (Lat.) Paul. (mean.

Small, little).

ns.$us.N (p i'3efmin') m. A person,

any male person. Egyptian 'Folan".

See JUS.N. See also t sbusti.

TTSXNH (pikhne') (Gk.) f. Frost, ice.

IIawtt)Ni (pi 3o'ni) Paoni or Ba'unah,

the tenth month of the Egyptian

(Coptic) year.

n& dm i (p i 36'pi) Paopi or Babeh, the

second month of the Egyptian

(Coptic) year. See also J I s 'otti.

IlawjaoNC (pishons') Pashons or

Bashons; the ninth month of the

Egyptian (Coptic) year.

Traps' oic (p i choys') My Lord.


ne- 135 IleTpoc

n e - (pa) Your. poss. adj., 2nd person

sg.f., possessed noun sg. m.

ne (pa) A copula in simple nominal

sentences, for sg. m. See v e , ne.

ne&HC (pathes') (Gk.) m. Chains,

shackles.

ne©- (path) That, which, who. sg. m.

Used with words starting with B, p,

n, A, o or ju. See also ire T -.

ne©N*Neq (path'nSnaf') n. That

which is good. See mine.

- epne©N&Neq (3erpath'n£naf) v.

To do good.

ne© ovoM2» (path' iionh') Things that

are obvious or clear. See oro/m,.

n e ie fiT (payevt') East. See e/efit ,

teB'T, ju&h&gLi.

n e K - (pak) Your. poss. adj., 2nd

person sg.m., possessed noun sg.

m.

nek& voc (peli'ghos) (Gk.) m. The

deep open sea.

nekua. (pel'mi) (Gk.) m. The sole of

the foot.

n e u e N T (pement') West. See

e ju e n T, ju & h & a rrn ,

n e u 2/iT (pemhit') North. See

e ju & rr.

c& neii2,iT (s i' pemhit')

Northward,

neri- (pan) Our. poss. adj., 1st person

pi, possessed noun sg. m.

n e m a jT (pan'-yot) Our father.

neN TH K ocTH (pen'tekos'te) (Gk.) f.

Pentecost, the feast of weeks.

n e p i 5CP0 C (perikho'ros) Gk.) f.

Surrounding region,

nepuov (permii') n. Insane, epileptic.

- oi iinepuov (^oy^em permu') v.

To be suffering from an epileptic

attack, or an insanity attack.

llepcHC (perses') m. Persia, Iran,

n e c - (pas) Her. poss. adj., 3rd person

sg.f., possessed noun sg. m.

n e c H T (peset') Down, under. See

also ecHT.

- enecHT (3a'peset') Downward.

- c& necH T (s£'peset') Down, below,

under.

2/inecHT (hi'peset') Under,

beneath.

neT- (pat) That, which, who. sg. m.

Used with words starting with

letters other than B, p, n, A, o or

ju. See also nee-.

- n c T 2/Hn (pat-hep') That which is

hidden.

neT& kioN (petii'yon) (Gk.) Rose

petals, rose petals forming a

crown.

n e Te N - (petan') Your. poss. adj., 2nd

person pi. possessed noun sg. m.

neTe&N&K (pa'tehnik') Your will.

See ez/Me.

n e Te n H n (pa'tepep') Hoopoe, a

small bird with erectile crest. See

n e ve n H T, k o y k o y


TTCTpODiSl 136 TTfc&NH

- S Ile Tp o c (pet'ros 3u'wi) The

First Epistle of Peter

- 6 Ile Tp o c (pet'ros 3esnu'ti) The

Second Epistle of Peter

iTeTpo>j5i (pet ro'khi) m. Launderer.

one who washes and cleans

things. See pa>£t

n e T 2/HTT (pat-hep') That which is

hidden. See z,htt.

neT&oDov (pat'ho 3u') That which is

evil. See z>(vov (1).

- e p n e T2/«)ov (3er pat'ho3u') v. To

do evil.

- c&.mreT2/U>0Y (Sim pat'ho3ii') n.

Evil doer, sinner.

neTjyov& ov (pat- shu'3o3u') m. Dry

land, as opposed to the sea. See

ftto rw o r

TTeTxoopsc (pet gorg') m. Hunter.

See xoupx (1).

nevKiNow (pav'kinon') m. Almonds,

jae mttcvkinodn (sha' 3em

pav'kinon') m. Almond wood. See

i&e (2).

neq- (paf) His. poss. adj., 3rd person

sg.m., possessed noun sg. m.

Tteqp&cf (pef ris'ti) The next day.

See p a c t.

Tie&oov juumci (3ep 3a'ho 3ii'

3emmi'si) m. Birthday, the day of

birth. See e&oov.

neaca,-^ (pagi') Said, stated, [pron. of

rrexe]

rcesce(pa'je) i/. Said, stated.

tthvh (pe'ge) (Gk.) f. Fountain,

spring.

TIHP&. (pe'ri) (Gk.) f. A leather bag for

provisions

tthpi (pe'ri) m. Quail

m The definite article for sg. m. See

also $>, TT.

th & v io c (pi 3£g'yos) (Copt-Gk.) m.

Saint. See a.rioc. Eq. to

(pHe&or&B.

Ilikpiojuoc (pi 3irith'mos) The Book

of Numbers.

TTieT$epK (pi 3et ferk') m. One with

a split upper lip, or with deformed

teeth. See oPep/c.

niueNoc (pima'nos) m. Shepherd,

herdsman. See also nomenoc.

ttiju hn (pimen') (GK.) m. shepherd.

See also tto iu h n .

tvin& ? (piniks') (Gk.) m. Plate,

platter, dish.

mpa.cjuoc (pirSz'moc) (Gk.) m. Trial,

temptation.

- epTTip&ziN (3erpi'razin') v. To

tempt, to put to the test.

TTiceNf (pisen'ti) The foundation.

t t ic t s -v (pistSv')The numeral ninety,

abb.q.

nicTevoueN (pistav' 3o'men) (Gk.)

We believe. Eq. to 'retiN&.z, f.

i t i c t h (piste') (Gk.) adj. f. Faithful,

believer. Eq.to peqnx.z,t.

t t i c t i c (pis'tis) (Gk.) f. Faith, trust.

Eq. to

tiicto c (pis'tos) (Gk.) adj. m.

Faithful, believer. Eq. to

peq/fsa, f.

llixtt) N T e Waco) (pigo'3enta'

nigo') The Book of The Song of

Solomon

I I i x p i c t o c (pi 3ekhris'tos) Christ.

abb. Iljcc.

Trfc&NH (3eplSne') (Gk.) f. Fraud,

deception, delusion.


Trk& M oc 137 TTpofikH tt&

Trk».NOc (Depl§'nos) m. Deceiver,

imposter.

- epTTka.NiN(:ier 3ep'l£nin') v. To

wander from the path of virtue, to

go astray.

TTka.? (3epliks') (Gk.) f. Tablet.

- NiTTka.^ noomi (ni JeplSks'3en

3d'ni) The stone tablets.

TTka.cju». (plciz'rrici) (Gk.) m. A thing

formed or created.

- epiTka.ziN (3er ^ep'leizin') v. To

create, to form.

TTX&TI&. (pliti'ya) f. Street.

tt2\.hvh (plege') (Gk.) f. Blow, wound,

plague. Eq. to epSov.

frkHN (3eplen') (Gk.) conj. But,

however, neverthless.

TTkHpHc (Depleres') (Gk.) adj. full,

complete

TTNevua. ^epnev'ma) (Gk.) m. Spirit,

breath. Eq. to rnqi.

- TTiTTNevua. eooT&.fi (pi 3epnev'

m3 3eth 3uwab') m. The Holy Spirit

TTNevju&TiKON (3epnev'mati'kon)

adj. Spiritual

nNevu&.To$opoc (3epnev'm£to

fo'ros) Spirit-bearing.

TTomeNoc (pima'nos) m. Shepherd,

herdsman. See also ir/jue/foc.

ttoiuhn (pimen') m. shepherd. See

also JTtJUHH.

TTOkeuoc (pola'mos) (Gk.) m. War,

fight, battle.

TTOkHTis, (poleti'ya) (Gk.) f. Way of

life, behavior.

iroMc (po'lis) (Gk.) f. City. Eq. to

BS.K/

TTONHpia. (poner'ya) (Gk.) f. Evil

disposition of mind, Wickedness.

noN H poc (poner'os) (Gk.) Evil,

wicked, bad, unsound.

nopNH (pome') (Gk.) Adulteress,

prostitute, harlot.

TTopNia. (porn'ya) (Gk.) f. Adultery,

Prostitution fornication.

- e p n o p N e v iN (3er por'nevin') v. To

commit adultery.

nopNoc (por'nos) (Gk.) m. Adulterer,

Fornicator,

nop^vpa, (porfi'rS) f. Robe of purple,

a purple garment.

TTOTHpiON (poter'yon) (Gk.) m. Cup,

drinking vessel. Eq. to kcpoT.

tto t- (pti) Their, poss. adj., 3rd person

pi., possessed noun sg. m.

ttovn (pun) m. Coffee, Brown color.

tvovni (pu'ni) f. Anus.

trpa.?ic (3epr§k'sis) (Gk.) f. Acts,

deeds, behavior, actions.

- Wittp».^ ic (ni ^eprSk'sis) The

Book of Acts

TTpeni (Depra'pi) (Gk.) v. To be fitting,

proper

- epTTpeni (3er 3epra'pi) To be

proper, suitable, fitting.

npecfiia. (^epresviyS) (Gk.) f.

Seniority, intercession,

ambassadorship.

- e p n p e c fie v iN (3e r 3e p re s ' vavin')

v. To intercede.

n p e c f iv T e p o c (3epres'vita'ros) (Gk.)

m. Elder, priest, presbyter.

TrpeToapioN (pretor'yon) (Lat.) m.

Palace of the ruler or king,

npmoc (pri'nos) f. Oak tree.

TrpofikH ua. (proble'mi) (Gk.) m.

Problem.


TipO^.O'THC 138

TTpoa.oTHC (prothotes') (Gk.) m.

Traitor, betrayer.

trpoXpoMoc (3eprothro'mos) (Gk.) m.

Forerunner, one who advances to

prepare the way.

TTpooecic (3epro'thesis') (Gk.) f.

Offering.

- ttodik N tTTpoeecic (3ep 3oyk'

3enti' 3epro'thesis') m. The

showbread of the Old Testament.

npoKOTTH (pro'kope') (Gk.) f.

Advancement, success.

- epnpoKOTTTiN (3er 3ep3rokop' 3tin)

v. To advance, to prosper.

npoNia. (pron'yi) (Gk.) f. Care,

attention, providence.

TipocevxH (Depros Devke') f. Prayer.

SeeevxH .

- e p n p o c e v x e c e e (3er 3epros'

3evkes'te) v. To pray. Eq. to

!92lh2l, vooBz,

TTpocHfcTTOc (prose'litos) (Gk.) New

comer, stranger, proselyte.

TIPOCKYNHCIC (proskine'sis) (Gk.) f.

Worship, adoration,

xrpoc (pros) (Gk.) conj. In respect to,

according to, in comparison with,

concerning.

Ttpoc OTKOTSci (3ep'ros 3u ku'ji)

adv. For a little,

npocovua. (prosu'mi) (Gk.-Copt.)

Local, regional, from this place.

See jus..

u p o c o v c h o v (prosu'seyii') (Gk.-

Copt.) adv. Temporal. See c h o v .

TrpocT&THC (pros'tites') (Gk.)

Advocate, protector, intercessor,

npoc^epm (prosperin') (Gk.) To

offer, to set before one. to present,

Trpoc^opa. (prosfo'ri) (Gk.) f.

Offering

- epftpoc4>epm (3e r3epros' ferin') v.

To offer.

upocttmoN (proso'pon) (Gk.) m.

Person, figure, appearance, face.

ttpotouh (protome') (Gk.) f. The

upper part of anything.

npoeJJHTHe (profetes') m. Prophet.

njfevA.OTTpo$HTHC (psev'do

profetes') m. False prophet.

irpoHTi&. (profeti'yi) (Gk.) f. Gift of

prophecy.

- epTTpo^HTeviN (3er 3eprofe'te

vin') v. To prophesy.

npo$HTiicoN (profe'tikon') adj.

Prophetical.

TTpTO- (proto) (Gk.) First. Eq. to

m p ir.

rrcofccefc. (3ep'solsal) m. The

adornment. See co&ce2i.

TTTa.2,0 eps,Tq (3ep ti'ho 3er£tf') m.

Establishment, erection, standing

up. See t s & o b p s

nvfcH (pile') (Gk.) f. Gate, door

n vpvo c (pir'ghos) (Gk.) m. tower.

Eq. to ju6&'t w &.

noac (pos) (Gk.) How, in what way.

TTSjxwi (3epshoy') High, elevated.

- enssfloi (3a' 3epsho'y) Upward,

skyward, towards heaven.

- uttsb


p 139 P&N&

M

Po (ro)

Ro

p abb. of the numeral 100;


pa.Na.'5*' 140

paLMS.^ (rin i') v. To please, to

satisfy, to delight, to gladden.

[pron. of PS.MS.].

- ju$ p h + jutTTeep&N&K (3em 3ef re'ti

3em peth'rinik') As you like.

paNaq (rin if') m. Satisfaction,

pleasure.

paNe- (rina') To please, to satisfy, to

delight, to gladden, [const, of

P3.N3.],

paovH (ri 3uwe') f. Neighborhood,

group of people, street. See also

P&Bh .

P & oyhovt (ri 3u'3eyiit') Present,

under the control of, subject to.

[qual of p30 rob]. See also

P & B hoyt.

pa.ovd) (r£ 3u'3o) v. To be present, to

attend, to be subject to, to be

under the influence of; m.

Presence. See p&ovHor'r,

p&BHorT.

pacovi (risii'wi) f. Dream.

- t&eppacovi (far'rSsii’wi) v. To

dream, to interpret a dream. See

jt>/].

pass^ (rish) To measure (land), to

survey, [pron. of pa>s&].

pajai (1) (ri'shi) v. To rejoice, to be

glad; m. Gladness, joy.

paj»i N2/HT (ri'shi 3en het') m.

Heart felt joy. See z>h t (1).

pajyt (2) (ri'shi) Sufficient, enough.

[qual. of pwjg/].

pa3^ (rikh) To clean, to wash, to be

cleaned, [pron. of pw£ij.

paSi (ri'khi) Cleaned, washed, [qual.

of pw$i].


p & S T 141 p eu N & o ifi

P& St (1) (r&kht) n. Launderer. one

who washes and cleans things.

- N paST (m i'3en rSkht) m.

Cleaning tub. See also ju&

kpw ^t.

P& St (2) (rikht) Stricken, smitten,

convulsing, [qual. of poo^T].

p a S T ^ (rSkht) To strike, to smite, to

be struck, [pron. of pcujSv],

p&scpesc (rigrag') v. To gnash

(teeth), to grind. See also

Sp&scpex.

pe (ra) Part, fraction.

- peqTov (ra' Deftu') One fourth.

- petiH T (ra met') One tenth.

P ck- (rak) To bend, to sway, to

deviate, to tilt, [const, of piK /].

pcKpiKi (rekri'ki) f. Nodding (when

sleepy), bending forward.

- (fipeKpiKi v. To doze off, to

slumber, to sleep. See ff't(l).

peKpwK (rekrok') v. To become

putrid, foul or charred. See

poKpetc.

petcz,- (rek-h) To burn, to blaze, be

on fire, [const, of pa>K&].

peu- (rem) prf. denoting "person of.

(reduced form of pout/).

peu&p&fiHC (rem 3£r3ves') Arabic

person.

p e u a rvk iicoc (rem 3§ng'likos)

English person,

peufiejce (rem va'ke) Hired hand,

hired person.

peuH T (ra met') One tenth.

peup&Ko't (rem rS'koti) n. adj.

Alexandrian. See P&.KO f.

peuu& ueTioc (rem m&met'yos) n.

adj. Muslim.

peimfi&Ki (rem 3emva'ki) n. adj.

Citizen, patriot. See B&k i

peuufiepi (rem 3em va'ri) Young,

new.

peuu$e (rem 3em fa') n. adj.

Heavenly person.

peuN&x&pee (rem n£'z£rath') n. A

native of Nazareth. See also

N&zwpeoc.

peuNHi (rem 3en 3e'y) m. Family,

household. See H i

peumpi (rem 3en 3e'ri) n. Worker,

doer.

peuNK&&i (rem 3en 3ki'hi) n. adj.

Earthly. See K&&/

peuNKS.'t (rem 3en 3kei'ti) n.

Intelligent, wise. See K & f.

peuNNM (rem 3en'niy) n. Merciful.

peuNOVwpiT (rem 3en 3u 3orp') n.

Messenger, one who is sent. See

OVWpiT.

peuitp&N (rem 3en r£n') n. adj.

Famous. See p a n .

peuitpa.'T (rem 3en rit') n.

Pedestrian. See p & v .

pewNCooovN (rem 3en'so 3un') n. An

acquaintance. See c o o o t n .

peuitxHui (rem 3en ke'mi) n. adj.

Egyptian. See x h m .

peuNacou (rem 3en gom') n. Mighty

person, influential person. See

2COJU (1).

peuN&eo (rem 3en 3eh'tho) n.

Horseman, horse rider. See ie o .

peuM&HT (rem 3en het') n. Wise

person. See z>ht (1).

peuN&(ufi (rem

Messenger. See

3enhob')

(2).

n.


p e u N jo ffo p 142 peqepovwmi

peuNj».

peqfiHjB (ref vesh') n. A naked

person. See Bh&.

peqfioofc. efiofc. (ref vol 3a'vol) n. The

one who solves problems,

interpreter. See Boob. eBoA.

peqfio>Tc (ref vots') n. Warrior,

fighter. See Bcutc.

peqfi(*)2,eu (ref vo'ham) n. Cantor,

Chanter in a church. See Bco&eu.

peqfio>sa (ref vosh') n. Robber,

pickpocket. See Botsu.

peqeui (ref 3a'mi) n. Learned,

knowledgeable, proficient. See

but.

peqep&,YM»,N (ref 3er'3ivnan') n.

Inspector, examiner. See a y n a n .

peqepKepua. (ref'3er ker'mi) n.

Money changer, treasurer. See

KepjUA.

peqepoiKONOujN (ref 3er 3i'kono

min') n. Manager, Administrator.

See o ik o n o j u ia .

peqepovoMNi (ref 3er'3u 3oy'ni) n.

One who gives light. See o y w i n i.


peqepfioNi 143 peqpwg)

peqepfiOMi (ref'-er-vo'ni) n. Evil doer,

envious.

peqepe&Z/C (ref 3er thShs') n. House

painter, wall painter. See ew&c.

peqepiceuKeu (ref 3er kam' kam) n.

Player of timbrel, drummer. See

K en Ken.

peqepMOfii (ref'3er no'vi) n. Sinner.

See noBi .

peqepovooiNi (ref 3er 3u 36y'ni) n.

One who lights, illuminator. See

orwiNi.

peqepne©H»,Neq (ref'3er path'

neinaf') n. Beneficent. See nane.

peqepj5a.e (ref 3er' khli 3a') n. A

needy person. See ep5&'e.

peqepz/CMi (ref'3er ha'mi) n. Guide,

leader, captain. See z,em.

peqept/iK (ref'3er hik') n: Magician,

enchanter. See &i k .

peqepz/tofi (ref 3erhob') n. Worker.

Sees,a>B(1).

peq«&ujo (ref th£m'yo) n. Creator,

maker, inventor. See e&wo.

peqeuecio (ref 3ethmes'yo) f.

Midwife. See m et

peqeovHT(ref thii 3et') n. gatherer,

the one who gathers. See e o rn v .

peqeoopn (ref thorp') n. Clothing

maker, tailor. See eatpn.

peqea>TN2/HT (ref thot'3en het') n.

Comforter, supporter. See

eW'TN&HT.

peqea>s» (ref thosh') n. Organizer,

designer, leader. See eoup (2).

peqe5 (ref thokh') n. adj. A nosy

and inquisitive person. See eo>£>

peqeo>&eu (ref thoham') n. Host,

the one who invites. See eoo&eu.

peq«(»2/C (ref thohs') n. The one who

anoints. See e w & c.

peqipi (ref 3e'ri) n. Maker, doer,

peqito (ref yo') n. cleaner, washer.

See h o.

peqK&'t (ref k£'ti) n. One who

understands, one who is wise. See

K & f.

peqKeuKe«(ref kam'kam) n. Player

of timbrel, drummer. See

K e u K e ti.

peqkifii (ref li'vi) n.. Mad. insane.

See A./B/

peqk.a>i2u (ref loy'li) n. Swimmer.

See K w t& t (1).

pequici (ref mi'si) n. Parent,

progenitor. See m e t

pcqjur^i (ref mi'shi) n. Fighter,

warrior. See m jtu.

pequw ovT (ref'mo 3tit') n. Dead

person. See j u w o v t .

peqNM (ref n£y) n. Merciful.

peqNR.sat (ref n&sh'ti) n. Helper,

defender, advocate. See N& pf.

peqna.Z/t (ref'nah'ti) n. Believer. See

N&bf.

peqrto&eu (ref'noham') n. Savior,

redeemer. See No&eu.

peqoY(»iNi (ref 3ii 35y'ni) n.

Luminary. See orw im .

peqovoopiT (ref'3Q 3orp') n. Sender of

a messenger. See oroopn.

peqovcMjyT (ref' 3u 3osht') n.

Worshipper. See o v w jtrr.

pcqptwic (ref roys') n. Guard,

watchman. See pane.

peqptojs) (ref rosh') n. One who

measures land, surveyor. See

pa>jf).


peqc&fcNI 144 peqoocS

peqca.2,Mi (ref sih'ni) n. Granter,

provider. See C&&N/.

peqca.&ovi (ref' sihu'wi) n. One

who curses. See cs.z,ovi.

peqc&sci (ref Sci'ji) n. Eloquent

speaker. See c&x/

peqceHpiT (ref sa 3erp') n. Wine

drinker. See coo.

peqceKc5a.i (ref sak'3es kh&y') n.

Mailman. See cj5x.i .

peqceui (ref sa'mi) n. Advocate,

lawyer. See cent.

peqcejuNi (ref sem'ni) n. One who

establishes, one who decides. See

cenrn.

peqcit (ref si'ti) n. One who plants

seeds. See c /f

peqcfca.t (rePeslci'ti) n. One who

stumbles or cause others to

stumble. See c&&f.

peqcofccefc (ref'solsal') n.

Comforter. See coAceA (2).

peqco?/i (ref so'hi) n. One who

rebukes, one who chastises. See

COZ,/.

peqcoo (ref so) n. Drinker. See ca>.

peqcoiK (ref sok') n. Driver, one who

pulls. See c w k

peqcooNT (ref sont') n. Creator. See

CO)N'T.

peqcoooTN (ref' so 3un') n. One who

knows. See c o o o y n .

peqciopeu (ref so'ram) n. One who

leads astray. See cat pen.

peqcoiTeju (ref so'tam) n. Hearer,

obedient. See cat Te n .

peqccoSi (ref so'khi) n. Weaver. See

cw£i.

peqcoot (ref so'ti) n. Savior. See

coof.

peqT&Ko (ref ta'ko) n. adj.

Destroyer. See t &k o .

pcqTW iSo (ref tcin'kho) n. Life-giver.

See t s .n3 o. See also peqfT& (ref fot-h) n. Carver, artist.

See cpo/TZ,.

peq^tujB (ref fosh') n. Divider, the

one who divides.

peq$a>soeN (ref foshan') n. Servant,

minister.

peqx&ovNov (ref' ki 3u'nu) n.

Astrologer, diviner. See o y n o y .

peqxofc (ref koh') n. Enthusiast,

Zealot. See xo&.

peq5C«) eBofc. (ref' ko 3a'vol) n. The

one who forgives. See xoo e£oA

peqxoofceu (ref ko'lam) n. A quick

person, a speedy person. See

x


peqsB M ujaeN ovl- 145 peqjceora.

peqjyak.MjseHov't (ref shcim' she

nu'ti) n. Servant of God, one who

serves God. See n o v f.

peqst)&Neg)Te&r(H (ref'sh£nash'

tevne') n. Cattle breeder. See

TeBNH

peqyja.pi (ref shS'ri) n. One who

strikes, one who destroys. See

p3.pt

peqioeujai (ref shem'shi) n.

Worshipper, one who performs a

service. See p e u p t.

peqs»eM2/iN (ref shan' hin) n. Diviner,

one who consults a cup for the

future. See peti&tN.

p eqja e o p Tcp (ref 3esh'tortar') n.

Trouble maker,

peqjoi (ref shi') n. One who

measures. See p t

pcqjBifi'f (ref shiv'ti) n. One who

changes. See p tB f.

peqjaiNi (ref shi'ni) n. Inquirer,

diviner. See ptnt.

peqipami (sho'ni) n. A sick person.

See poont.

peqjsom (ref shop') n. One who

receives, one who accepts

someone, one who protects

someone. See pat it (1).

peqsaoojo (ref sh5sh') n. One who

despises, scorner. See poop (1).

peqs»o>qT (ref shoft') n. One who

commits mistakes frequently. See

pooqv.

p e q q iiTC N (ref fi 3itan') n. Garbage

collector. See 'fret*.

peqqiam (ref fi 3op') n. Accountant.

See qtatn.

peq3ok3ek (ref khol khal') n.

Slayer, killer. See So&Seh.

peqSoTSeT (ref khot khat')

Examiner, investigator, inquirer.

See S otjSc t .

peqe/iJT&o (ref'hi 3ep'ho) n. Arrogant,

insolent, conceited. See btn&o

peq&ma.eovi (ref hi'mSthu'wi) n.

Poisonous (snakes). See u xeovt.

peq&ioi (ref'hi 3oy') n. Debater,

ambitious person. See S/tot.

peqz/iovi (ref'hi 3u'wi ) n. One who

strikes, throws. See z>tovt.

peq2,iceMt (ref'hi sen'ti) n. Founder.

See cent.

peq^icMija (ref hi 3oysh') n. Preacher.

See ztootp.

peqz/ijycNNOvqi (ref hi'shan nu'fi) n.

Announcer of good news,

evangelist,

peq&ttjfic (ref hobs') n. One who

covers, one who protects,

peq&wkeu (ref ho'lam) n. Snatcher,

thief.

peqz/wc (ref hos') n. Singer. See

bate (1).

peqz/OOTiT (ref hotp') n. Reconciler,

one who unites, z o o t t t (1).

peqace- (ref ja') n. Speaker, the one

who says. See x e -.

peqaceueoHi (ref ja'methmey') n.

One who tells the truth.

peqsceuTTSBiNi (ref jam'3ep shi'ni') n.

Care taker. See xe u n ptN t.

peqacertateM (ref jenjan') n. Singer.

See xetixeti.

peqxcork (ref ja 3u' 3i ) n. Speaker

of blasphemies. See xe o vk .


peqaciui 146 p e S T -

peqsciui (ref ji'mi) n. Discoverer,

finder. See x tm .

peqjcto (ref go') n. Singer. See xa>.

peqxooK (ref gok) or peqxwK

efiofc (ref gok 3a'vol) n. Perfector,

the one who fulfills. See x w k .

peqscojfc eBofc. (ref'gol 3a'vol) n.

Apostate. See xS

peqtu & t (ref'ti mi'ti) n. Pleasant,

obedient person. See ju& f

peqtNou't (ref ti nom'ti) n.

Comforter, consoler. See n o u f.

peq'tovTS.2/ (ref' ti 3u'tih) n. Fruitful.

See OYT&.&.

peqt'cBoo (ref' ti 3esvo') n. Teacher,

educator. See cBw.

peqtcofccefc. (ref' ti solsal') n.

Comforter. See coftceA. (2).

peqtcoS'Ni (ref ti soch'ni) n.

Counselor. See CoS'rt/.

peqt^^S p i (ref' ti fikh'ri) n. Healer,

magician.

peqtttmc (ref ti 3oms') n. baptizer.

See c d ju c

peqtcoNS (ref ti 3onkh') n. Life-giver.

See (v n 3. See also peqT&N:5o.

peqtsjeoTiT (ref ti'3eshtu'wit) n.

Accuser. See jb o o r/ T .

peqtssoo^ (ref ti shosh') /?. One who

despises, Scorner. See moom (1).

peqiz/S.n (ref' ti hip') n. Judge. See

- Wipeq'tz/MT (ni ref'ti hip') The

Book of Judges

p e q fio H ^ (ref ti'3eh the') n.

Attentive, observant. See f&eH^.

peqi’scooNT (ref'ti gont') n. Defiant

person, rebellious person. See

X W M T (1).

p e 3 T - (rekht) To strike, to smite, to

be struck, [const, of paaStJ.


peSCTT- 147 po

pestn- (regp) To throw down, to be

thrown down, [const, of paoxn],

PH (re) m. Sun.

- $ ph (3ef re') The sun.

nioeNio) n t c ttip h (pi

thenyo'3enta' pire') m. Eclipse of

the sun.

- TTimjyi N T e $pH (pi mi'shi 3enta'

3ef re') m. Eclipse of the sun.

- ttio y u m n i u $ ph (pi 3u 3oy'ni 3em

3ef re') m. The sun's light.

Ph i (rey) m. A kind of fish. Egyptian

'ray'.

Ph ic c n (rey'sen) m. Dust. See also

pmci, phc/.

pHici (rey'si) m. Dust. See also

pmcen, pHct.

Phc (1) (res) m. South.

- peupHC (rem res') n. adj. A

southerner. Egyptian 'Sa'idi'.

- u&phc (m£ res') m. Southern part

of the Country.

- cs-Phc (s§ res') Southern side.

Phc (2) (res) Sober, wakeful, alert.

[qual. of pm c].

Ph c i (re'si) m. Dust. See also

pmcen, pHtct.

P H T (1) (ret) Planted, grown, [qual. of

poovj.

P H T (2) (ret) v. To vow, to promise;

m. Vow, promise. See also c p h t .

P H T 0DC (re'tos) (Gk.) adv. Explicitly,

truly, expressly.

Ph $ & n (refan') The planet Saturn.

P H t (re'ti) m. Manner, fashion, way.

- TTMpH'f (p§y re'ti) This way, this

manner.

- K & ,T«.^ p H t (kH'tSfyre'ti) As, In

such a manner

- JttTTwpHt (3em' piy re'ti) In this

manner, this way.

- itn cK p H i (’em' pek re'ti) Like you.

- imeqpH'f (3em' pef re'ti) Like him.

- « $ p H t (3em 3ef re'ti) as, like,

pi (ri) f. Room, cell.

pifiH (rive') f. Rope to pull boats

ashore. See also p/B/.

pifii (ri'vi) f. Rope to pull boats

ashore. See also p iBh .

Piki (ri'ki) v. To bend, to sway, to

deviate, to tilt; m. Deviation,

inclination, perversion. See p e K -

P&K-, PS.K* p&KJ.

Piki (ri'ki 3em'vil) m. A

twinkling or a blink of an eye.

- a.TpiKi (3cit ri'ki) adj. Without

deviation.

piut (ri'mi) v. To weep, to grieve; m.

Weeping, wailing. See also

fepjUH.

- € ipm i (chi ri'mi) v. To weep,

pip (rir) m. Pig, swine.

- pip n to jo v (rir'3en to 3ii') m. Wild

pig, mountain swine.

- Npip (3eif'3en rir') m. Pork.

- (b t Mpip (3ot 3en rir') m. Lard.

piTio i (riti'thi) m. Zodiacal sign

"Aquarius",

po (1) (ro) m. Mouth. See also poo(1),

po>* (1), pwq, pwov.

- K&cpo (kis'ro) m. Jaw bone. See

KAC

- khtti Npo (ke'pi 3en ro) f. Roof of

the mouth. See k h t t i.

- po ovfie po (ro 3iiva'ro) Mouth to

mouth (conversation). See ovBe.

po (2) (ro) m. Edge of a weapon. See

also p


po 148

- pocM&r (ro' 3esn£v') adj. double

edged.

- CHqi ripol (se'fi 3en ro'3esn£v')

Double edged sword.

- po jufi&soovp (ro'3em vishiir ) m.

The cutting edge of a saw. See

Bxpovp

po (3) (ro) 777. Door, gate

- a.Tpo (Dcit ro') adj. Without a door.

-


- & T3C&.p'*' (3lit karo') adj. Not

silent, cannot be silenced.

pw* (2) (ro) m. Edge of a weapon.

- pu)C HTCHqi (ros' 3en 3et se'fi) m.

The edge of the sword.

pwi (roy) My mouth. See p, pSKZ,/.

Poouh (rome') Rome,

pomeoc (roma' 3os) adj. Roman.

Pomeoc (roma' 3os) The Epistle to

the Romans

pomi (1) (ro'mi) n. pl. Man, human

being.

- eppomi (3er-ro'mi) v. To become a

man, to take a human body.

- u e Tp o m i (met ro'mi) f. Humanity

- u&ipami (m£y ro'mi) n. adj. Lover

of mankind. See jus.!.

- tteTU&ipom i (met m£y ro'mi) f.

Love of mankind. See jus./.

- u&CTepom i (mSs'te ro'mi) n. adj.

Hater of man. Seejuocf.

pomi (2) (ro'mi) m. Pupil (of the eye).

- $p


POOT M T e N & 150 pO>X1T

P < bt MT6 M2/ (rotten tenh') v. To

grow wings

pooTefi (ro'tab) v. To recline, to sit

down. See po&&*, poTeS.

- u& MpojTefi (m£'3en rotab') m.

Place of reclining, chair, sofa.

PS»i (1) (ro'shi) v. To suffice, to be

enough, to be adequate; m.

Sufficiency, adequate amount. See

P&&-, p e p - p & p * p*w (1).

- Scn ovpoojBi (khan 3u ro'shi) adv.

Adequately.

po>StH (2) (ro'shi) v. To be responsible

for, to be concerned with.

- eTpa>S8i (3et ro'shi) n. The

responsible person.

pt»q (1) (rdf) Mouth. See also po (1),

P3i (pet ro'khi) m.

Launderer. one who washes and

cleans things.

- ciupwSi (sim ro'khi) m. Soap, a

substance used for cleaning.

P (« 3 t (rokht) v. To strike, to be

struck, to throw down, to destroy,

to convulse; m. Blow, Strike,

convulsions. See pe£ T - ,

P & 3 t * p m £ r.

P


c 151 e w e

C ha*& (sem a)

Seema

c abb. of the numeral 200; CNa-v sae

(3esniv' sha).

c - (3es) vbl. prf. for simple present

tense sg. f. 3 d person.

c- (3es) prf. for impersonal

expressions.

- cepx&q (3es'3ergif') It is cold. See

XSq.

- cepu0TNeiK (s i'3en 3oyk') Baker.

ca.fi a.


C&IH 152 C&TTC&

- ueTca.i'e (met's£y 3a') f. Beauty.

- epcate (3er'Sciy 3a') v. To become

beautiful.

caiH (siy 3e') f. Beautiful person,

caioaov (Sciy'36 3ii') Beautiful, decent.

[qual. ofca./].

c s.k (s£k) m. Ability, appearance,

adornment.

- ic a x (ti s£k') v. To show, to take

the form o f.

- ff'ica.K (chi Scik') v. To take the

opportunity, to take the chance.

ca.2v.ec (solas') n. Idiot, fool.

ca2v.ovia (sSlu'ki) pi. Eels.

c&2v.otttin (sSlii'pin) m. The little

finger, the little toe. See also

ceKovjrtN.

ca.k.Tnvvoc (s£lpin'ghos) f. Trumpet.

- epc&.2k.niziN (3er sSl'pizin') v. To

sound the trumpet. See

c& Arr/rroc.

cakiTicTHC (s£lpistes') n.

Trumpeter.

Ca.2v.omi (sSlo'mi) (Heb.) Salome.

(mean. Peace).

cak&o (s&l'ho) adj. Lukewarm, tepid.

See also ceA&o.

c&u &,p i t h c (s§m3'rites') n.

Samaritan,

caufie&i (sSmva'hi) f. Testicle.

caueH2/H^ (sS'menhe') Behind,

after.

C&.u o v h 2v. (si'm u 3el').The Books of

Samuel.

- K CauorH k. (si'm u 3el' 3G'wi) The

Book of 1 Samuel.

- & CauovHk. (si'm u 3el'3esnQ'ti)

The Book of 2 Samuel.

cauN&i (s£'3em niy') From here, on

this side.

cauriH (s£'3em ne') From there, on

that side.

c&uneeN&Neq (s£m path'nSnaf') n.

Beneficent. See nxne.

cauTTeT2/CB0T (s£m pat'ho3u') n.

Evil doer, sinner. See nev&woY.

cartafiaxHiNi (s i'3en 3ci'vcije'ni) n.

Glass blower or seller.

c&Naq (s§n'3£f') n. Meat vendor.

caN2va2aoN (sindil'yon) (Gk.) m.

Sandals.

caNeu>ovi (s£n tho 3u'wi) n.

Shoemaker, cobbler. See ewovi.

c&nic (s£'nis) v. To doubt.

- (TicaNic (chi si'nis) v. To doubt.

c&NK&TT (siin' kip') n. Rope-maker.

See k & tt.

caNKoof (sin ko'ti) n. One who is

shrewd, cunning, deceitful. See

KO>f

caNooiK (s&n'3oyk') n. Baker.

caN(fH5ci (s§ 3en che'ji) n. Purple

seller. See


C M T $ ip O C 153 ca.5^

c&iT$ipoc (sipfi'ros) m. Sapphire; a

precious stone.

c&ttssjom (s i' 3epsho'y) Up, above.

caur(Tfc.&. (si'^ep 3ech'li) adv.

Swaying up and down.

c&p&eHor (sirithe'yii) f. Storm,

strong wind. See enor.

c&pMCot (s i ri'koti) n. Deceiver,

defrauder, swindler. See also

CS.pS.KOff.

ca.pa.Kcw't (s i riko'ti) n. Deceiver,

defrauder, swindler. See also

C S p S K o f.

ca.p&,2co>q (s irig o f) m. Hare, rabbit.

See also S spsff'w o v t c .

cs.pvs.NH (si'rghine') (Gk.) f. Plait,

braid, basket.

ca.pA.ioN (sir'dyon) m. Sardius; a

precious stone.

c&p&ony^ (sir'doniks) m. Sardonyx;

a precious stone.

c&phc (s i res') Southern side, South.

See p h c (1).

ca.p? (sirks) (Gk.) f. Flesh, body, an

object of lust.

k &t &c&p?; (k iti sirks')

According to the flesh.

- c&pkikoc (sirki'kos) adj. Carnal,

related to the flesh and to lusts.

-


c&3eu 154 C&2CI

ca.3et* (scikham') Collapsed,

squeezed, [qual. of cw £eu (1)].

c& S h t (sSkhet') Northern side,

North. See £ h t . See also

cx.ireju&/T.

ca.Su-^ (sikhm) To sink, to squeeze.

[pron. of cw Seu (1)].

ca.3o (sS'kho) n. Great teacher, great

master. See cs.3, c&3&*

C S.& C C Z,.

ca-fccez, (sShsah') Leveled, even,

smooth, [qual. of c&s,ce&].

ckz/Cwzj^ (sihsoh') To smoothen.

[pron. of c&zfcez,].

c^ (s£hd') To remove, [pron. of

c&&o>]

c&Zito* (s£ho') To blame, to rebuke.

[pron. of co&/].

ca&ooq (s£hof') adj. Harelipped,

having an incomplete upper lip.

See also c&zoq.

ca.2/t (sUh'ti) v. To kindle fire, heat;

m. Flame, heat

- S/ic&.&'t (hi s ih ’ti) v. To kindle a

fire.

- ju&Nc&.&'t (mlPen sah'ti) m.

Kitchen.

- peqca.2/1- (ref sSh'ti) n. Cook, one

who lights fire.

c&x>h (s3'g§che') On the left

hand, on the left side. See x s .6 'v.

casci (s£'ji) v. To speak, to say,to

utter, m. Saying, word, utterance.


- a.TC&3Ci (3eit s&'ji) adj. Mute,

speechless.

- ep&ov'oc&.2ci (3er hu'3o Sct'ji) v.

Exaggerate, says too much.

- fc&c&xi (ISsS'ji) adj. Loquacious,

talkative, chatty.

uovNc&xi (miin sS'ji) m.

Conversation.

- peqc&sci (ref sS'ji) n. Eloquent

speaker.

- (f ica.2£i (chi sd'ji) v. To accept the

word of.

- xinc& xi (jin si'ji) m. Speech,

c & i (1) (si'ti) f. Fire, flame

- 2/ica.i (hi sS'ti) v. To set on fire.

ca.+ (2) (sdi'ti) v. Woven, spun,

c& t (3) (si'ti) n. Spike, arrow, dart,

ca.'f (sS'ti) Planted, thrown, [qual. of

ctfj.

cBe (Desva') m. Door, gate

cfioK (3es'vok) v. To decrease, to

diminish, m. Smallness, littleness

in number. See coBk .

cfiovi (3esvu'wi) m. Disciple, pupil,

learner.

ue Tcfio vi (met'^esvu'wi) f.

Disciplineship,

cBo) (3esvo') f. knowledge, teaching,

instruction.

- a,TcBto (sSt'aesvo') adj. Ignorant,

uneducated, undisplined.

- ueT&TcBtt> (met 3St 3esvo') f.

Ignorance.

- n&rcBu) (m§y'3esvo') adj. Lover of

knowledge.

- 1‘cBoo (ti Desvo’) v. To teach, to

educate, to discipline.

peqTcBoo (ref' ti 3esv5') n.

Teacher, educator.

155 ceBe&iov

- u&Nt'cBtt) (m&'3en ti 3esvo') m.

Educational institution.

- u&Nff icBoo (mcPen chi 3esvo') m.

Educational institution.

2ciM't'cfi(i> (jin'ti 3esvo') m.

Teaching.

- s»eiTcfiwtt (1).

- (f icBo) (chi'3esvo') v. To learn.

- peqtficfio) (ref'chi 3esvo') n.

Student, learner.

ce (1) (sa ) Yes. See also &&&,.

ce (2) (sa) The numeral sixty, abb. %.

ce- (sa) vbl. prf. for simple present

tense pl. 3rd person.

ce- (sa) To drink, [const, of co>],

ceB (sab) m. A cunning person.

- ueTcefi (met sab') f. Craftiness,

deception. See ceB.

ceB- (sab) To soak, to wet. [const, of

cwB, coujtJ.

ceBeN (sevan') pl. Bandages, bed

sheets.

c e fiH o v T (savetyuf) Circumcised.

[qual. of ceB/(1)].

cefiHC (seves') (Gk.) f. Worship,

honor

- epceBecre (3er'seves'te) v. To

worship, to pray. See epceBHcee.

- epceBHcee (3er seves'te) v. To

worship, to pray. See epceBecee.

- weTevcefiHC (met 3ev'seves) f.

righteousness.

- jueTeeocefiHC (met tha' 3o

seves') f. Godliness, reverence for

God, piety. See oe'oceBHC.

cefie&iov (sav' thSyu') pl. Fences.

[pl. of coB t ].


cefii 156 ce«Me-

cefii (3) (sa'vi) v. To circumcise, to be

circumcised. See covBe-,

COT&H'Tcor Bh t , c o y h t ,

CeBHOVV.

cefii (1) (sa'vi) f. Reed, pipe. See

alsocHB/(1).

- cefii Mpa/T^ (sa'vi Den r£t') f. the

lower part of the leg (between the

knee and the ankle). See also

CHBt ftp & T.

- cefii N2ca> (sa'vi 3en go') f. Flute.

See also chBi m x w .

cefii (2) (sa'vi) f. Kohl container.(kohl

is a black powder used as a

cosmetic for the eye). See also

ceB/ (1).

cefii (3) (sa'vi) m. Circumcision.

&.Tcefii (3eit sa'vi) adj.

Uncircumcised.

- ueT& Tcefii (met'^t sa'vi) f.

Uncircumcision.

cefiTe- (sevta') To prepare, [const,

of coBf].

cefiTooT-^ (sevtot') To prepare.

[pron. of coBfj.

cefiTtoT (sevtot') Prepared, ready.

[qual. of coBfj.

ceefi&ior (sath'vSyii') pl. Tools,

equipment, [pl. of ceBa./, coBa/z,,

c/eBa./].

cei


C 6U N H 157 C 6 T -

ceiiNH (semne') (Gk.) f. adj.

Honorable, reputable, chaste. See

ceu/ioc.

cettNHT^ (semnet') To decide, to

establish, [pron. of ceu/t/].

c c u n h o v t (semneyiit') Decided,

established, [qual. of ce u m ]

ceum (sem'ni) v. To decide, to

establish, to settle, to confirm, to

determine, to fix; m. Settlement,

confirmation, agreement. See

cejuHe-, ceu N H T< cju o h t,

CJUOT, CeUNHOYT.

- a.TcejuNi adj. Unsettled.

- u & N c e u m (ma'^en sem'ni) m.

Footstool, seat, Standing place.

See ceum .

- peqceuNt (ref sem'ni) n. One who

establishes, one who decides.

- 3ch ovceum (khan'3u sem'ni)

adv. Firmly, calmly.

- 2,h t ceum (het sem'ni) m. One

who has control of self. See z>h t

(Vceuiioc

(sem'nos) (Gk.) m. adj.

Honorable, reputable. See ceunn.

ceunjaa, (3es'3em 3ep'shS) It is

befitting to, it is proper to.

Impersonal expression. See urrjyx.

C6N - (san) To pass by, to pass away.

[const, of cttt/].

ccn^ (san) To pass by, to pass away.

[pron. of cm/].

ceN& - (sa'nS) vbl. prf. for simple

future tense pi. 3rd person.

cew c- (senk) To suck, to suckle.

[const, of cou/fjc].

C6NC6N (sensan') v. To ring, to jingle,

to resonate; m. Ringing.

c e N T - (sent) To create, [const, of

CWN'T]

ccN?/- (senh) To bind, [const, of

C0DN2/].

ceHf (sen'ti) f. Foundation.

- 5co> NovceMt (ko'^en =>usen'ti) v.

To lay the foundation of.

- 2/iceNt (ko'3en 3iisen'ti) v'. To lay

the foundation of.

- peq&iceiil' (ref' hi sen'ti) n.

Founder.

c e iT- (sab) To soak, to wet. [const, of

cou/3, coon],

ceni (sa'pi) v. To remain, to be left;

m. Remainder, the rest. See also

CHIT/.

ceum (sep'pi) m. Flax, linen. See

also c/nne/i.

ceTTceTi- (sepsap') To plead, [const.

of concen, coBceB].

cep- (sar) To scatter, to spread.

[const, of coop]

Cepa4>m (seri'fim) (Heb) pi.

Seraphim; angels with 6 wings.

cepfiem (ser va'ni) f. Thorns of the

palm leaves

c e p e u - (seram') To stray, to lead

astray, [const, of co/peu]

cepHNoc (sere'nos) n. Ostrich.

ce p u H (serme') n. Wanderer, drifter,

cepoaci (sero'gi) pi. Thistle.

cep$T (serfot') f. A kind of an

insect that affect animals.

cecfio& (sas'voh) v. To atone, to ask

for forgiveness; m. Atonement.

cecfio& (sas'voh) f. Place of

atonement; "the mercy seat".

c e T - (sat) To sow, to throw, [const, of

c/i].


ceT- 158 C H O T

ce -T- (sat) To save, to redeem.

[const, of cai fj.

c e T (sat) m. Tail. See also c & t(1 ),

c h t(1 ).

ce'TefipH2£(sat':,evreg') m. Lightning

ceTTT- (setp) To choose, [const, of

CO) TIT].

ceTCCttT (setsot) Shot, catapulted,

projected, [qual. of c o t c b t ].

ce Tq - (setf) To purify, to strain.

[const of cootc/].

ceq- (saf) To defile, to be defiled.

[const, of cw q(1)].

CC2/HC- (sehna') To provide, [const.

Of CS.&H1].

ce&NHOVT (sehneyiit') Provided,

granted, [qual. of ca,&/f/].

cez/T (seht) m. Leprosy

- K&Kcez/T (kiik seht') m. Leper,

cescn- (segp) To leave behind, to

remain, [const, of ccuxrr].

chBi (1) (se'vi) f. Reed, pipe. See

also ceBt (1).

- chBi Npa,T^ (se'vi 3en rit') f. the

lower part of the leg (between the

knee and the ankle), See also

ceBt ft p a t .

- chEi mxo) (se'vi 3en go') f. Flute.

See also ceBt k x m .

chBi (2) (se'vi) f. Kohl container, (kohl

is a black powder used as a

cosmetic for the eye). See also

ceBt (1).

chini (1) (sey'ni) n. Physician.

- ueTCHiNi (met sey'ni) f. Medicine,

the art of medicine.

- m&nchini (md' 3en se'ni) m. Clinic,

place of practicing medicine.

- c h in i (sey'ni 3em v£l') n.

Ophthalmologist.

- chini nn&2C£>i (sey'ni 3en n^g'hi)

n. Dentist.

- c h in i n t c Bnooovi (sey'ni 3en

tav'n63u'wi) n. Veterinarian.

c h in i (2) (sey'ni) f. Blade of a plow.

chini (3) (sey'ni) f. Bin to store grain

or bread, kitchen cabinet. See also

CHNI.

ch2v (sel) Scattered, misled, [qual. of

ch2l].

cHuepoN (se'maron) (Gk.) Today.

Eq. to jucpoor.

c h n i (se'ni) f. Bin to store grain or

bread, kitchen cabinet. See also

CHINI (3).

c h o y (seyii') m. Time, era, season.

- a/TCHor (cit'seyu') adj. Timeless.

- epcH or (3er' seyii') v. To pass

time.

- KJwTS. c h o t (kSta'seyii') In due

season.

- jutt&ic h o v (3e m 'piy seyii') At this

time.

- u it ic h o v (3em'pi seyu') At that

time, in the past.

- juttichov n t c t n o v (3em'pi

seyii' 3enta' tinii') At the present

time.

- n o v c h o v (3en 3u'seyii') Formerly.

- n c h o v n iBc n (3en'seyii'nivan') All

the time, always.

- TipocovcHOT (prosii'seyu') (G k.-

Copt.) adv. Temporal, (as opposed

to eternal). See npoc.

- 5 c n t tic h o y e Tc iN i (khan'pi

seyii'3etsi'ni) In the past.


CHOT 159 CINI

- (f ic H o r (chi'seyii') v. To take the

chance of.

c h o v (seyii') Filled, [qual. of c/J.

chtti (se'pi) n. Remainder, the rest.

See also cent.

c h p (ser) Scattered, announced.

[qual. of coop].

chc (ses) Destroyed, overturned.

[qual. of catc, ca>c/(1)j.

c h t (1) (set) m. Tail. See also cev,

CS.'T(I).

c h t (2) (set) m. Penis.

c h t - (set) To write, [const, of c£a/j.

CHqi (se'fi) f. Sword, knife.

- s»e NCHqi (shaken se'fi) A hit with

the sword. See sue (3).

- ptoc NTCHqi (ros'3en 3et se'fi) m.

The edge of the sword. See poo-?

(2)

- CHqi Npofi (se'fi 3en ro'3esniv')

Double edged sword. See po (2)

c h 3 (sekh) Woven, [qual. of cw£t].

c h S i (se'khi) Woven, [qual. of c(v£i],

chsc (seg) m. Ass, donkey.

CH’t (se'ti) Planted, thrown, [qual. of

c/fj.

cefi&i (3es'3et vii') pl. Tools,

equipment. See coBa/&, cteB&t,

ceoBaior.

cefi&i& (3es'3et viih') pl. Tools,

equipment. See c&Bat, c/eBa/,

ceeBa/or.

c e e p T e p (3es'tertar') v. To tremble;

m. Trembling,

com ! (3estem') m. "Kohl"; black

powder used as a cosmetic for the

eye; Navy blue color. See ecemt.

- + c« h u (ti'3estem') v. To apply Kohl

to the eye.

C o h p (3ester') The Book of Esther,

ceo^ (3es'to) To return, to bring back.

[pron. of T&ceo],

ceoi (3estoy') m. A fragrant plant,

scent, smell,

ceoifiom (3es'toy von') m. Bad smell,

stink.

ceoiNovqi (3es'toy nii'fi) m. Good

smell, perfume,

ci (si) v. To be filled, to be satiated.

See chov.

- &TCI (3St si') adj. Insatiable

- u e T & T c i (met'3£tsi') f. Insatiety.

cieBa.i (sith vii') pl.Tools, equipment.

See ceBa/z,, coBa/, ceeBa/or.

c i k (sik) m. Fever.

ciki (si'ki) v. To grind, to crush.

- ami nciki (3o'ni 3en si'ki) m.

Grinding stone.

- u&nciki (m&n si'ki) m. Mill.

cm (sim) m. Grass, meadow plants.

cm&Sop (simSkhor') m. Spinach.

cmiKiNoioN (simikin'thiyon) (Lat.) m.

Apron, handkerchief.

cmfcHK (simlek') m. A plant similar

to Egyptian "Molokhia".

cmpcoSi (sim ro'khi) m. Soap, a

substance used for cleaning. See

pwSt.

cm cm (sim'sim) m. Sesame. See

also ctcauHN.

ciN&&fii (sinih'vi) m. Gum of the

cedar plant,

cmi (si'ni) v. To pass by, to pass

away, to end; m. Passing. See

cbn- ceifS, cm m o v.

- &TCINI (3St si'ni) adj. Impassable,

imperishable.

- ju&Ncmi (m£'3en si'ni) m. Path.


CINI&OY 160 c k a .T k .e T

- stiNciNt (jin si'ni) m. Crossing,

passing by.

- SeN ttic h o t e Tcim (khan'pi

seyiPetsi'ni) In the past.

- ■fpouiTi e Ta ccm i (ti rom'pi

3etis'si'ni) Last Year. See pojutm.

cmidoov (sini'3o 3ii') The state of

passing by. [qual. of cm/].

ciNoooYi (si'no 3u'wi) pi. Robbers, [pi.

of com ]

- u c tc in o jo vi (met si'no 3ii'wi) f.

Profession of Robbery. See

cmcoovt.

cioy (siyii') m. Star. See also c o r-

ciovp (siyiir') m. Eunuch,

cm (sip) m. Tick, insect.

ciitttcm (sip'pen) m. Flax, linen. See

also ceirm.

cip (sir) m. Jar.

cipa (sireQ n. Line, row.

ctcauHN (sisamen') m. Sesame. See

also ciuciit.

Cjoon (siyon') Zion.

ci«»ovni (si 3o 3ti'ni) f. Bath. See also

CetWOYNt.

ciqi (1) (si'fi) m. Cedar.

- jeeNciqi (shen si'fi) m. Cedar,

ciqi (2) (si'fi) m. Tar, pitch.

cie»i (si'hi) v. To be out of (his) mind,

to be beside (him)self, to be

deranged, to withdraw.

ci&i h2, h t (si'hi 3en het') m.

Confusion of mind, derangement

of mind.

ci+ (si'ti) v. To sow, to throw; m.

Seed, planting, throwing. See

C6T-, CAT-, C A T * CAf, CHf.

- peqcii (ref si'ti) n. One who plants

seeds.

- ^>HeTCit (fe'yet si'ti) m. One who

plants seeds.

- JciNcit Qin si'ti) m. Sowing.

- scm cii (jin si'ti) m. Sowing.

cKaNA.ak


c2i&x2v.ex 161 cuov

cfcascfcex (Des'lciglag') v. To polish,

to smoothen; m. Smoothness. See

c2i e x A cvx.

cfca.t (3esl§'ti) v. To slip, to stumble;

m. Slip, stumble.

- a.TCfc&.'t (3Sf Deslci'ti) adj. Not

stumbling. See c2i.sf.

- peqcfcat (ref'3eslS'ti) n. One who

stumbles or cause others to

stumble.

- icfc.a.f (ti'3esl£'ti) v. To cause

others to stumble.

c2venfc.a>7T (3es'leplop') Torn, limp,

flabby, [qual. of c2i.on2i.enj.

cfceacfco)3£ (3es'leglog') Smooth,

polished, [qual. of c2is.x2i.escj.

c2v.h (3esle') f. Casket, coffin, shroud.

See also ts/B /, eeBt (2), ohBj.

cfciqi (3esli'fi) f. Lung.

c2v.ott5K.6TT (3es'loplap') v. To tear

apart. See c2i.en2i.0DJT.

cuaua.T (3es'm£m£t') Blessed.

[qual. of cjuov].

CMapa.yA.oc (3es'mirig'dos) m.

Emerald; a precious stone.

cuapcoovT (3esmli'r6 3ut')

Blessed, [qual. of cjuov],

- kcua.povT (3ek 3esmH'r6 3ut')

You are blessed, (sg. m.).

- ’Tecua.pooovT (ta'3esm§'ro 3iit')

. You are blessed, (sg. f.).

- ccuapoooT'T (3es 3esmi'ro 3ut')

She is blessed.

- qcuapoaovT (3ef 3esm£'ro 3ut') He

is blessed.

cua.v (3esm§v') m. pl. Temple,

temples (on both sides of the

face).

cua.va.T (3es'm£v£t') Blessed, [qual.

of cjuov].

cuaz, (3esm£h') m. Cluster (of

grapes).

cuez, (3esmah') pl. Herb, grass.

c u h (3esme') f. Voice, sound, fame;

adj. Famous.

- aTCJUH (3lit'3esme') adj. Voiceless.

- epcuH (3er'3esme') v. To become

famous.

- liaN cnH (m a'3en 3esme') m.

Famous place.

- peucuH (rem'3esme') n. Famous

person.

- peqtffcuH (ref chi'3esme') n.

Hearer, listener.

- 6 7 c u h (chi'3esme') v. To listen, to

lend an ear; m. Listening. See S 't

(1)-

- 'fcjuH (ti'3esme') v. To make a

sound.

c u o n t (3es'mont) m. Likeness. See

also c ju o v

c ju o n t (3es'mont) Decided, calm,

established, [qual. of cejuni].

c u o t (3es'mot) Decided, calm,

established, [qual. of cejumj.

c u o t (3es'mot) m. Likeness, Form,

character, pattern.

- a T C U O T (3&t 3es'mot) adj. Without

form.

- (f ic ju o t (chi 3es'mot) v. To take

the form of.

c u o v (3esmii') v. To bless, to to

praise; m. Blessing, praise, gift.

See c ju s p w o v t, cju sju s v,

CJUSVST.

- f c u o v (ti'3esmu') v. To give

blessing.


C U 0 T 6 N 162 coeiteq

- 6'icm ot (chPesmii') v. To take a

blessing, to be blessed. See (Ti

(1).

- scincwov (jin'3esmu') m. Act of

blessing.

cuotcm (3es'motan') m. Easy

cuovp (3esmiir') m. Moustache.

cuvpN*. (3esmir'n& or smir'nS) (Gk.)

f. Myrrh.

cn&- (Des'ni) vbl. prf. for simple

future tense sg. f. 3rd person.

cn&v (3esn&v') m. The numeral two.

abb.!. See CNorf.

- u&.2,cNa.v (mSh^esnav') Second.

- TTicwa.r (pi'3esn3v') Monday.

- UTrecNaT (Dem'pesnliv') adv. The

two together, both.

- epcNav (3er' 3esniv') v. To

become two.

- pocN&.v (ro^esniv') adj. double

edged. See po (2).

- 2/HT ch&v (het'3esnSv') m.

Double-minded, equivocal, two-

faced. See (1).

- epe,HT cms-v (3er het'3esn£v') v.

Equivocate, to be double-minded.

- U C T 2/HT cn&v (met het' 3es

n§v') f. Doubt, equivocation.

CHS.V2/ (Desnivh') m. pi. Bonds,

ligaments.

cm kz, (3esneih') m. pi. Knot,

impediment.

cnhini (3esney'ni) v. To stroll, to walk

leisurely.

cnhov (3esneyu') pi. Brothers, [pi. of

con],

C N ovi (3esnQ'ti) /. The numeral two.

abb. fi7. See cn&Y.

CNOvq (3esnOf') Last year.

CNoq (3es'nof) m. Blood. See cnooq.

- CNoq efiok. (fon 3es'nof

3a'vol) v. To shed blood.

&TCNoq (3§t 3es'nof) adj.

Bloodless.

CNooq (3esnof) pi. Bloods, [pi. of

CNOq]

eo (so) f. Six. See coov, coe.

co^ (so) To drink, [pron. of coo].

coBk (sobk) Small, little, inferior.

[qual. of'cBoK].

coBcefi (sobsab') v. To console, to

plead, to entreat, to deceive. See

concenB, cenceir-

cofiT (sovt) m. Fence, wall of a city.

See ceBeA/ov.

- epcofiT (3er sovt ) v. To make a

wall around, to protect.

- a.picofiT (3a'ri sovt' or 3§'ri sovt')

Make a wall around, protect.

[imper. of epcoBv]

cofit (sov'ti) v. To prepare, to be

ready, to arrange for, to repair; m.

Preparation, getting ready,

possessions. See ceBve,

ce B v o o 'T c e B v o o 'T .

- a-Tcofif (3St sov'ti) adj. not ready,

unprepared.

- epcofit (3er sov'ti) v. To get ready,

to prepare.

- JCiNCOfi't (jin sov'ti) m. Preparation,

furnishing a house,

coeu^ (sotm) To hear, to listen.

[pron. of cooTeju]

Coko(sodo'mS) Sodom,

coe (so 3a ) f. Six. See co, coov.

co©Neq (sotnaf') m. Arrow, bow.

- jBCNCooMeq (sha'3en sotnaf') m.

Arrow shot, bow shot.


COI 163 COM

- 2>icooNeq (hi'sotnaf) v. To shoot

an arrow.

- M&M2/icoeMeq (m i^en hi' sotnaf')

m. Archery range.

- peqz/icooMeq (ref hi'sotnaf') n.

Archer.

coi (1) (soy) m. Back (of humans or

animals),

coi (2) (soy) n. Beam of wood.

- 0Y&&C01 (Dii'wah soy') f. Roof. (lit.

Added beams of wood).

coi (3) (soy) m. Amulet or charm worn

to prtect against evil.

cok (1) (sok) m. sackcloth. See also

COOK.

c o k (2) (sok) m. Sack.

c o k n c o v o (sok'^en siPo) m. Sack

of wheat. See c o k (2).

c o k - (sok) To pull, to flow, to gather.

[const, of COOK, CO/Kl].

cok-^ (sok) To pull, to flow, to gather.

[pron. of co o k, co o k/].

coKu&2£f (sokmS'gi) m. Long table.

coKceK (soksak') v. To collect, to

pull, to yawn; m. Yawn. See

C6KC6K-, CeKCOK<

cofc (sol) m. Wick.

cofc^ (sol) To scatter, to deceive.

[const, of coo A].

cofci (so'li) f. Veil. See also covAt.

cofc.K'*' (solk) To join, to unite, [pron.

of codA k ].

cofcK (solk) Joined, attached, united.

[qual. of codAk],

cofcTt^ (solp) To cut, To break off.

[pron. of coo Air].

cofciT (solp) Cut off, broken, [qual. of

codA.it].

cofccefc (solsal') m. Adornment.

cofccefc (1) (solsal') v. To adorn, to

decorate; m. Decoration,

adornment. See ceAcooA^,

ceAcooA.

cofccefc. (2) (solsal') v. To comfort, to

console, to be comforted. See

ce A ce A -, ce A coo A s.

cofccefc (2) (solsal') m. Comforting,

consolation, amusement.

- epcofccefc (3er' solsal') v. To

Comfort.

peqcofccefc (ref' solsal') n.

Comforter.

- ■fcofccefc (ti' solsal') v. To give

comfort, to comfort.

- peqtcofccefc (ref'ti solsal') n.

Comforter.

- (ficbfccefc (chi'solsal') v. To

become comforted.

cofcq (solf) m. Sieve, sifter. See also

COOAq.

cofc.ac^ (solg) To erase, to vanish.

[pron. of cooAx],

couc (soms) v. To look, to behold, to

view, to consider; m. Looking,

viewing.

- xiNCOJUC (jin soms') n. Looking,

considering.

c o u t (somt) Stretched, strained.

[qual. of coo jut].

c o « t ^ (somt) To stretch, to strain.

[pron. of coojut].

con (son) m. Brother. See cmhov.

- Nijut ncon (nish'ti 3en son') m.

The elder brother. See con.

- Koraci ncon (ku'ji 3en son') m.

The younger brother. See con.

- jseNCON (shan' son) m. f. Nephew

or niece on the brother's side.


CONI 164 c o T q

c o n i (so'ni) m. Robber, thief. See

ciNooon.

c o n k o t (son yot') m. Uncle. (The

brother of the father).

c o n k ^ (sonk) T o suck, to suckle.

[pron. of co)nk],

c o n u &v (son m S v') m. Uncle. (The

brother of the mother).

c o n t ^ (sont) T o create, [pron. of

coont].

com ,* (sonh) T o bind. [pron. of

C(t)N&].

c o n z, (sonh) Bound, captive, [qual. of

COONZ,].

c o itf (son'ti) m. Pine tree, balm,

co o v (so 3tT) m. Th e numeral six;

abb. P .

- ttic o o v (pi'so 3u ') Friday (the sixth

day of the week).

- pecoov (ra'so 3u ') one sixth

- nm & .& cooY (pimSh'so 3G') The

sixth.

cott (sop) m. Tim e, occurrence.

- e v c o n (3ev'sop) All at once,

together.

- UHja ncott (m esh'3en sop') Many

times. See JUHS&.

- u tt& icoit (3e m ' pSy sop') This time

- NKecoTr (3en ka'sop) Again, one

more time.

- n o t c o t t (3e n '3l) sop') Once.

- OYCOTT N TC U pO U TTI (3Q SOp'

3en'tem rom'pi) Once a year.

- % ncott (shSshf'3en sop') Seven

times.

- cott MiEeM (sop' nivan') every

time.

- &&NCOTT (h in 's o p ) Sometimes.

cott^" (sop) To soak, to wet. [pron. of

cooB, CODJT].

concen (sopsap') v. To console, to

plead, to entreat, to deceive. See

coBceB, ceircen-.

cop- (sor) To scatter, to spread.

[const, of coop].

cop^ (sor) To scatter, to spread.

[pron. of coop]

copeu (soram') m. Sediment, dregs

(of wine).

- a .T c o p e u (3&t'soram') adj. Clear,

without turbidity,

c o p e u (soram') Lost, confused,

astray, [qual. of coo pen],

copu^ (sorm) To stray, to lead

astray, [pron. of coopeu]

c o p u e c (sormas') f. Straying, drifting.

c o p T (sort) m. Wool,

coc^ (sos) To overturn, to destroy.

[pron. of cooc, cwct (1)].

c o t ^ (sot) To save, to redeem, [pron.

of coof]

c o T e p (sotar') v. Bent, curved, [qual.

Of CWTCp, COOTHp (2)].

c o t h p (soter') v. Bent, curved, [qual.

of coovep, coovnp (2)].

cottt (sotp) Chosen, selected, [qual.

OfCOOTJT],

cottt^ (sotp) To choose, to select.

[pron. of coov it]

c o t t t i (sot'pi) f. adj. Chosen, elect.

See coottt

c o t c b t (sotsat') v. To propel, to

project, to catapult. See cevcooT.

co Tq ^ (sotf) To purify, to strain.

[pron. of coorq].

coTq (sotf) Pure, clear, clean, [qual.

of coovq]


c o v - 165 COYTOJN

cot- (1) (sii) prf. for the day of the

month.

- c o v m (sii'w iy) The first day of the

month.

- c o v s i (suw i'ti) The fiirst days of

the months.

- c o v c m &v (sii'3e sn iv') The second

day of the month.

c o y o y h p (sii'3ii 3er') What day of

the month? See ornp.

c o y - (2) (sii) prf. meaning star. See

c/or.

covfie- (sii've) To circumcise, [const.

of ceB/(1)].

c o y B h o v t (siivetyiit') adj. Decent,

respectable, circumcised, peculiar.

See corB H T.

c o y B h t-^ (siivet') To circumcise.

[pron. of ceB/ (1)].

c o y Bh t (siivet') Circumcised, [qual.

of ceB/(1)].

c o y Bh t (siivet') adj. Decent,

respectable, peculiar. See

c o rB n o rT.

c o y h t (siiwet') Circumcised, [qual.

of ceB/ (1)].

c o v A & p io n (siidi'ryon) (Lat) m.

Towel, handkerchief.

coveN (sii'3Sn) m. Value, price. See

coYeit^.

c o v c n ^ (siPen) m. Value, price. See

core/i.

- N&s»e ifcoveMq (n i'sh e 3en

siPenf') m. Expensive, valuable.

- coBk Ncovenq (sobk 3en s£i'

3enf') m. Cheap, inexpensive.

co ve N - (sii 3an') To know, [const, of

cooor/t, c a/or A/or].

coygm (sii 3an') m. Knowledge. See

also cwor/i.

coyhn (sii 3en') Famous, [qual. of

cooorn, c w orn or],

c o y h t (su 3et') Circumcised, [qual. of

ceB/].

covin (sii' 3in) Famous, [qual. of

cooorn, c w o r n or],

covfci (sii'li) f. Veil, saddle cloth. See

also co2u.

covus.ni (siim i'ni) f. Sexual organs

of males or females,

covo (sii' 3o) m. Wheat, grain

- covo e v ^ o p x (su'3o 3ev forg')

Egyptian "Fereek".

covpi (sii'ri) f. Thorn, thistle, fork.

- epcovpi (3er sii'ri) v. To acquire

thorns.

c o v p o T (sii'rot) The planet venus.

co vcio v (siisiyii') decorated,

garnished, ornamented,

covcov (sii'sii) m. Very short time,

minute, moment, atom.

C 0 Y T6 N - (siitan') to straighten.

[const, of c o r toon, cooorTert],

covtobn (siiton') v. To straighten, to

make straight; m. Uprightness,

forthrightness. See cooorTen,

c o t t o n , c o r too/i -, corToon^,

corTto/i.

- 3eN o vco vTto N (khan 3ii' suton')

adv. Uprightly.

c o v t o o n - (suton') To straighten.

[const, of c o r t w n ],

c o v t o m ^ (siiton') To straighten.

[pron. of c o r toon]

c o v to jn (siiton') Upright, straight.

[qual. of c o rT w tt, cooorTen],


COTtDM- 166 C p o q T

cotoom- (sii'^on) To know, [const of

cw o vN , coooynoy].

covodn^ (su'3on) To know. [pron. of

CWOYN, C(OOYHOY],

cogua. (sofi'yS) (Gk.) f. Wisdom

- 3fco$i&. (ti sofi'yS) The Book of

Wisdom

Co$onis.c (sofo'niyas') Book of

Zephaniah

co$oc (so'fos) m. adj. Wise, skilful,

experienced.

- $i2voco$oc (fi'lo so'fos) (Gk.) m.

Philosopher.

coq^- (sof) To defile, to be defiled.

[pron. of cooq (1)].

coq (sof) Defiled, [qual. ofcotq(1)].

co&i (so'hi) v. To blame, to rebuke, to

admonish, to chastise; m. Rebuke,

blame. See cx.&o* c&&


cpooqT 167 CJCHT^

cpooqT (3esroft') m. Leisure,

relaxation.

c t s X ion (stid'yon) (Gk.) m.

Stadium.

cT& e H Te (sti'theta') Stand up.

[imper.].

c t j l k t h (st&kte') f. Aloe, oil of

myrrh.

c t s -u n o c (stim'nos) (Gk.) m. Jar in

which the manna was kept.

CTaivpoc (stSv'ros or DestSv'ros)

(Gk.) /J7. Cross. Eq. to &etiwN5.

- Z/i'cT&vpoc (hi'Destliv'ros) v. To

make the sign of a cross.

- epcT&vpoji'HN (er'3estivro'nin) v.

To crucify.

CT3wYpoct>opoc (stiv'rofo'ros or

3est§v'rofo'ros) m. Cross bearer.

craLscorfc (stigiil' or ’es'tSgul')

m. Spider.

CTepe& ua. (sta're 3o'ma) (Gk.) m.

Firmament.

CTe$a.NOc (stefa'nos or 3es'te

fa'nos) (Gk.) m. Crown, wreath.

Eq.to x & oju.

CTixa.piON (stikhar'yon) (Gk.) m.

Tunic, sticharion (of a priest or a

deacon). See also cix&p/ON.

cTofcH (stole') (Gk.) f. robe.

c t p &t i x . (striti'yi) (Gk.) pl.

Principalities, soldiers.

c t y X oc (sti'los) m. Pillar, column.

C T V x e iii (3es'tika'mi) m. Black

cumin.

w m K H C (sin'genes') m. Relative,

kinsman.

CYJCouopea. (sikomora'yS) (Gk.)

Sycamore tree. Eq. to noyz,!,

e&tco.

Cvueom (si'ma 3on') Simon. See

also O yjuoun

cYM$Nt& (sim' foni'yH) f.

Sympnony, agreement. See

(p(VN/.

C vuom (simon') Simon. See also

OYJueotN.

cvms.’toos-h (sin&goge') (Gk.) f.

Synagogue.

cvNeeoc (sin tha'3os) (Gk.) With

God’s help or blessing.

cvnhAhcic (sine'the'sis) (Gk.) f.

Conscience.

cctiHit (3esfey'ti) m. Froth, foam.

- 2/ic$Hit (hi' 3esfey'ti) v. To foam

(at the mouth).

ccj?ip (3es'fir) m. Rib, side. See

C(ptp(OOYI.

ccjjipuuovi (Desfiro 3ii'wi) pl. Ribs,

sides, [pl. of b(ptp],

c«t>05-voc (3esfon'ghos) (Gk.) m.

Sponge.

c $ o to y (3esfotu') m. pl. Lips, edge,

shore (of sea), bank (of river),

c^p& vic. (3esfri'gis or sfri'gis) (Gk.)

f. Seal, imprint, proof.

- epc^p& viziN (3er 3esfr£'gizin') v.

To certify, vouch, attest.

c$p&Ng) (3es 3efrinsh') n. Diviher,

sorcerer, magician.

cjc&i (3es kciy') v. To plow. See

C XH T*.

- peqcxw (ref'3es kiy') n. One who

plows.

cscHua. (3eske'mS or ske'mi) m.

Outer form, fashion. Monk's

eskeem.

c x h t ^ (3es ket') To plow. [pron. of

CXAt].


C5CIU 168 COONT

c x iu (3es'kim) m. Gray hair. adj. With

gray hair.

coo (so) v. To drink; m. Drink, potion.

See ce - co*, c a y .

- ju&ncoo (m§'3en so') m. Bar,

drinking place.

- pcqcoo (ref so) n. Drinker.

- peqceHpTT (ref sa 3erp') n. Wine

drinker.

- a.'Tcto (33t so') adj. Thirsty.

- xinccb (jin so') m. Drinking.

cooB (sob) v. To soak, to wet. See

coon, ceB-, cen-, con*.

cooBi (so'vi) v. To laugh, To play, to

joke, to mock; m. Laughter, Joking,

mocking.

- c&sci ncooBi (s&'ji 3en so'vi) m.

Joke.

- 2/iq (soyf) m. Deranged, insane.

co)K (sok) m. sackcloth. See also

COK (1)

cook (sok) v. To pull, to drag, to flow,

to gather, to collect; m. Drawing,

pulling. See c w k i , cetc-, c o k -,

COK*.

- peqcooK (ref sok') n. Driver, one

who pulls.

- sciNccoK (jin sok') m. Pulling,

flowing, dragging.

cooKi (so'ki) v. To pull, to drag, to

flow, to gather, to collect. See

COOK, C6K-, COK-, COK*.

cook (sol) v. To scatter, to deceive.

See co2i*, ch K .

cookK (solk) v.To join, to unite, to

attach. See c o K k , co2lk *.

caokn (solb) v. To break, to cut, to

uproot. See c o A n * co & n .

cookq (solf) m. Sieve, sifter. See also

co&q.

cooksc (solg) To wipe, to erase, to

vanish. See c e & x -, c o & x * .

- a.TCook3C (3it solg') adj. unerased.

co o u t (somt) v. To stretch, to strain,

to be stretched. See coju t * .

COU'T.

cooni (so'ni) f. Sister

- jbcncooni (shan so'ni) m. f.

Nephew or niece on the sister's

side.

coonioot (son'yot) f. Aunt (The sister

of the father).

cqdnk (sonk) v. To suck, to suckle.

See c c n k -, c o n k * .

coonu&v (son'm iv) f. Aunt (The

sister of the mother).

c o o n t (sont) v. To create, to renew,

to be created; n. Creation,

creature. See c e n 'T -, COU'T*.

- a-TCONT-^ (3it sont') adj. Not

created.

- peqcooNT (ref sont') n. Creator.

- ora,2/eMcooHT (3u'w iham ' sont)

m. Regeneration.


CU>N& 169 COBTeU

- jb&.coon't (shisont') First creation.

See S&&

- xincoom t (jin sont') m. Creation.

cot>N& (sonh) v. To bind, to be bound.

See CGN&-, com ,*, corn,.

- i*&nco»n& (m S'3en sonh') m. Jail,

prison.

- xincoon& (jin sonh') m. Binding.

cwovfieN (so 3u'ven) m. Grass.

cooovn (so 3un') v. To know; m.

Knowledge. See coooynoy,

CO YOON-, COYCN- COY (ON*,

COVHN, COY/N, COYeN.

v t c o d o v n (3§t'sd 3iin') adj.

Ignorant.

- «eTa.TCOi)O TN (met 3at'so 3iin') f.

Ignorance.

- peuNCWOVN (rem 3en'so 3iin') n.

An acquaintance.

- peqcooovN (ref'so 3tin') n. One

who knows.

scincojovn (jin'so 3un') m.

Knowledge.

- tcooovM &n (ti'so 3un'3Sn) I don't

know.

c o o o v n o t (so 3u'nu) v. To know. See

COOOYN, CO YOON-, C0Y6N-,

CO YOON*, COYHN, COY/N,

caJOVTCN (so3ii'ten) v. To make

straight, to straighten. See

COY TOON, COYT6N-, COYTOON-

COYTWN* COYTCON.

c(ooy2,i (so 3u'hi) f. Egg.

- ieficov&i (yab'so 3u'hi) Oval

shape.

cooov&i t h c (so 3ii'hites') f. Cataract,

an opaque area on the lens of the

eye.

c


cooTep 170 cS-w

- p eqcooTe u (ref so'tam) n. Hearer,

obedient.

cooTep (so'tar) v. To bend, to curve,

to twist. See c o u v h p (2), covep,

CO VHP, C&VHp.

c o o t h p (1) (so'ter) (Gk.) m. Savior.

Eq. to p e q c w f.

c o o th p (2) (so'ter) v. To bend, to

curve, to twist. See cw ve p ,

covep, CO VHP, C&vnp.

c o o ttt (sotp) v. To choose, to select;

m. adj. Chosen, elect. See c e v n -

, COVJT*, COV7T, CWVJT.

- u c t c o o t i t (met sotp') f. Choice,

election.

- s c in c o o ttt (jin sotp') m. Election,

choice.

c o o ttt (sotp) Chosen, selected, [qual.

Of CGOVJlj.

- c tc o o ttt (3et sotp') Choice,

select, superior, excellent.

cooT q (sotf) v. To purify, to strain, to

pour, to be cleaned; m. Purity. See

ce vq -, co v y * covq, coovq.

- peqcooTq (ref sotf') n. Purifier.

cooTq (sotf) Pure, clean, [qual. of

catvq].

- uooov eqcooTq (mo 3u '3efsdtf) m.

Pure water, clean water,

cooq (1) (sof) v. To defile, to be

. defiled; m. Defilement, pollution,

abomination; adj. Defiled. See

ceq-, coq* coq, C&q-

- arcooq (3&t sof') adj. Undefiled,

cooq (2) (sof) v. To strain out, to filter.

coo5eu (1) (so'kham) v. To sink, to

squeeze, to collapse; m. Collapse,

crash. See c& £u*, c&3ett.

cooSeu (2) (so' j


cSe- 171 ctJC& PlO N

- peqceKcSM (ref sak' 3es khSy') n.

Mailman.

- xincS& i (jin' 3es kh&y') m. Act of

writing.

cSe- (3es kha') To write, [const of

c£&/].

cS h u (3es' l


3T&V (tav)

Tav

t abb. of the numeral 300; j b o u t

S»e (shomt sha').

t (Det) The definite article for sg. f.

See also f, &.

t i - (t§) My. poss. adj., 1st person sg.,

possessed noun sg. f.

T&fiip (tii'vir) m. Sanctuary.

T& fiTefi (tSbtab') v. To invent, to

formulate, to innovate; m.

Innovation, embellishment.

T&VU& (tigh'mS) (Gk.) m. Order (of

angels), anything placed in order.

Ta.eua.N (t3'Dethm3n') f. A person,

any female person. Egyptian

'Folana". See jua.ff.

7 1 1 (tSy) adv. Here.

- q TM s.m (3eft&y' D&n') Not here.

7 i i - (t£y) This, demonst. adj. sg. f.

t& iBi (tiy'vi) f. Casket, coffin, locker,

chest, container. See also &hBi,

cK h, eeBt (2).

T & ie - (ti'ye)To honor, to respect.

[const, of t a /o].

T & ie u o v t (t&'ye mii'ti) v. To greet

with honor, n. A greeting with

respect. See n o v f (1).

t &i h o v t (tiyiif) Honored,

respected, influential, prominent,

precious, shiny, [qual. of T it o ],

c t t m h o v t (3et'tiyut') The

honored.

172

T & K T O

t& io (tS'yo) v. To honor, to respect;

m. Honor, respect, praise, gift,

donation, bribe. See vs./e-,

T & /0 * T 3 U H 0 V T.

- u m & io (m&y t&'yo) adj. The one

who loves to be praised. See u&t-

- 6'its.io (chi ti'yo) v. To have the

honor. See


T & K T O ^ 173 T&OVO

T A K T 6 -, T X .K T O * ,

T & K T H O Y T .

t & k t o ^ (tik'to) To surround, [pron.

of T3LKT0].

T&.fce- (ti'ie) To lift up. [const, of

T&fto].

T&fc.eiTa>pi& (tSIepo'ryi) (Gk.) f.

Misery, hardship.

Ta.fceiB


T&OVO^ 174 T&.2/N0

- 3c in t«.ovo (jin tk :>u'3o) m. The act

of recounting, explaining.

Ti.oTO'*' (tci Du' 3o) To send, to

proclaim, [pron. of T & o ro ],

ts .it (t£p) m. Horn, status.

T».npo (teip'ro) f. Mouth.

t m t c (tips) f. Habit, custom. See

also t o j t c (2).

T& p (t£r) n. Small branch.

T & p jc e - (teir'ke) To swear, [const, of

'T&pKO],

t* p k o (tSr'ko) v. To make an oath,

to swear. See T& p ice -, vm pKO*,

t& p k o ^ (tcir'ko) To swear, [pron. of

TSLpKO],

t ».P^h o t t (tSr'sheyiit') Increased.

[qual. of T&ptt>o].

T&.PS80 (tSr'sho) v. To increase, to

multiply. See vs.p pe- vs.ppo*,

T & p p H O V T .

T&psoo^" (tcir'sho) To increase, [pron.

of T& p p o ].

T& coe- (tas'te) To return, to bring

back, [const, of t& c o o ].

7a.c©H0V7 (t&s'teyiit') Returned,

brought back. [qual. of vs.ceo].

Ta .ce o (teis'to) v. To return, to bring

back; m. Returning,bringing back.

See t &C06-, 'TS.C0O * coo*

T A C O H O V T .

- xin'T&coo (jin teis'to) m. The act of

returning, bringing back..

t &coo- (teis'to) To return, to bring

back, [const, of v&coo],

t ic o o ^ (tSs'to) To return, to bring

back. [pron. of T&ceo].

t? lT c i (tSt'si) f. Step, foot sole, foot

print.

- jae (sha' 3en tSt'si) f.

Footstep.

- (T it & t c i (chi tat'si) v. To follow

the footprints. See


T & 2 ,N 0 ^ 175 T e f ic

& T T & 2/N0 (3£t tSh'no) adj.

Allowed, unhindered.

- &.T(fNe TS.2/MO (3Stch'ne tSh'no)

adj. Without hindrance.

- 3CINT&2/MO (jin t&h'no) m. The act

of hindering, obstructing.

t&Z/NO^ (tih'no) To hinder, [pron. of

TA&no].

t s .^0 (tci'ho) v. To attain, to reach, to

overtake, to catch, to hunt, to

understand, to comprehend, to

appoint; m. Understanding,

catching up, attaining,

comprehending. See TS.z,e-,

'TS.2,0*, V&.&HOV'T.

(3£t t&'ho) adj.

Unattainable, incomprehensible

Ta.2/0^ (tS'ho) To attain, to reach.

[pron. of 'TS.&oj.

T&2/0 ep&.T-*' (t&'ho ^rSt') v. To

make to stand, to establish; m.

Establishment, erection, standing

up. See v * z,e - ep&T*, 'T&z,o*

ep&v*, va.zHovrep& 'T*.

- riTa.2,0 epa.Tq (Dep tS'ho 3erStf)

m. Establishment, erection,

standing up.

- 2cin t& 2/0 epa.T^ (jin tS'ho 3erSt')

m. The act of establishing.

Ta.2/0^ epa.T-^' (tci'ho 3erSt') To

make to stand, to establish, [pron.

of t a &o epa.'T*].

t & 2, t (tSht) m. Lead (metal). See

also V A T& .

Tfcac (tSg) m. Chunk, lump, piece.

T & x p e - (tSg're) To strengthen.

[const, of T&xpoj.

t & x p h o v t (tig'reyiit') Firm,

strengthened, [qual. of va.xpo].

T & x p o (tig'ro) v. To strengthen, to

confirm, to maintain, to reinforce,

to guard. See v & x p e -

T & x p o * , T S .X P H O Y T.

T& x p o ^ (tag'ro) To strengthen.

[pron. of T&xpoj.

ua-T&scpo (mli tSg'ro) v.

Strengthen, [imper. of 'T&xpoj.

- 3eN ovTS-xpo (khan 3ii tag'ro)

adv. Certainly, assuredly.

xmTaiscpo (jin t&g'ro) m.

Confirmation.

T » .i (ti'ti) v. To make a step.

t c (ta) A copula in simple nominal

sentences, for sg. f. See ne, ne.

t c - (ta) Your. poss. adj., 2nd person

sg. f., possessed noun sg. f.

v e - (ta) vbl. prf. for simple present

tense sg. f. 2nd person.

T e f i- (tab) To seal, to stamp, [const.

of T(o£ (1)j.

Tefii (1) (ta'vi) The numeral fifty, abb.

N.

T e fii (2) (ta'vi) n. A small copper

coin, penny.

T e fii (3) (ta'vi) m. A linen cloth,

bandage. See also vent.

TefiWH (tevne') m. Animal, beast.

See TeB nw on.

- peqss&NessTefiNH (ref'shSnash'

tevne') n. Cattle breeder.

TefiNGDOvi (tav'no 3u'wi) pl. Beasts,

animals, [pl. of TeBnn].

- chini NTefiHooovi (sey'ni 3en

tav'no3ii'wi) n. Veterinarian. See

CHINI.

Tefic (tebs) f. Stamp, seal's imprint.

See T(t>& (1).


T e fiT 176 T 6 N N 0

- 2»iTefic (hi tebs') v. To put the seal

on a document.

t c B t (tevt) m. pi. Fish

- peqT&Z/eTefiT (ref t£'he tevt') n.

Fisherman.

- acip M TefiT (jir'^en tevt') m.

Salted fish; Egyptian 'fiseekh

T 6 K - (tak) Your. poss. adj., 2nd

person sg.m., possessed noun sg.

f.

T6 K C - (teks) To pierce, stab, to point

out at [const, o fe o rz (1)].

T e k i (te'li) m. Fenugreek. See also

t i K i .

T e J u o c (tal'yos) (Gk.) adj. m.

Perfect, complete.

Tekia. (tal'yi) (Gk.) adj. f. Perfect,

complete.

T e k T e k (teltal') v. To drip, to trickle,

to bleed, to exude; m. Dripping,

bleeding. See also e&H&t.

Tekow H C (telones') (Gk.) m.

Publican, tax collector.

Te k .Tik .i (telti'li) n. Drop.

T e k q i (tel'fi) f. Lizard.

T e u - (tarn) To join, to connect,

[const, of t eoutj.

t e u e & u (temthSm') n. Mule.

T e u o o o u (temth6m') Darkened,

oppressed, burdened, [qual. of

t o u t c u , e o u T e u ].

T e u u o (tem'mo) To feed, to nourish.

See Tejuo, 'r e u u o * .

T e u u o ^ (tem'mo) To feed, to

nourish, [pron. of T e u u o , Te u o J.

T e u u o ^ (tem'mo) To set on fire.

[pron. of t eu & o, T & e u u o J.

T e u u o (tem'mo) m. Burning, fervor,

enthusiasm.

t c u o (ta'mo) To feed, to nourish.

See T e u u o , T e u u o * .

TeupouTTJ (tem rom'pi) Each year,

annually. See p o u m .

Teu& o (tem'ho) v. To set on fire.

See T & e u u o , T e u u o * ,

T U & e -.

Te N - (tan) Our. poss. adj., 1st person

pi., possessed noun sg. f.

T 6 N - (tan) vbl. prf. for simple present

tense pi. 1st person.

T e N - (tan) To arise, to get up. [const.

Of T W O V f f , t c v o y n o y ] ,

t g n ©hnot (tan' thenii') To arise, to

rise. pi. 1st person. See t o o o y n .

Te N ©hnov (tan' thenii') Arise,

stand up. [imper. of t w o y n 2nd

person pl.j.

T6N & - (ta'nci) vbl. prf. for simple

future tense sg. f. 2nd person. See

also t ep&.

Te N e o w - (tenthon') To be like, to be

similar, [const, of eotiTeti],

TeMOWN-*' (tenthon') To be like, to be

similar, [pron. of oonTenj.

TeNoow (tenthon') Similar to, like ..

[qual. Of 0ONT6N].

tc n o c b n t (tenthSnt') Similar to, like

.. [qual. of eoNTerf].

tgnn*.- (ten'nS) vbl. prf. for simple

future tense pi. 1st person.

t a n n h o v t (ten'neyiit') Crushed,

pulverized, beaten, [qual. of

TetlNO],

tg n n o (ten'no) v. To crush, to

pulverize, to destroy; m. Crushing,

destroying. See Tenno*,

T6NNH0YT.


TCNNO^ 177 T H p ^

t g n n o ^ (ten'no) To crush, [pron. of

te m o ].

TeNssi (ten'shi) m. Blow, hit, rebuke.

See T(o/f{D.

- tTCNjBi (ti ten'shi) v. To strike, to

hit, to rebuke, to scold.

t c n 2> (tenh) 777. Wing of a bird, wing

of a building, fin of a fish, the

horizontal and perpendicular bars

of a cross.

- epTert?> (^er tenh') v. To grow

wings.

- pooT NT6N2/ (rot'3en tenh') v. To

grow wings

- (fiT e N 2> (chi tenh') v. To grow

wings.

T e N & e T - (tenhat') To believe, to

trust, [const, of ve n z/o w j.

Te N & H o vT (ten'heyut') Trusted,

trustworthy, [qual. of veN Z,orrrj.

Te N 2/0V T (tenhut') v. To believe, to

trust, to entrust. See v e ti^ e 'T -

'TeN&ov'T- Tert&orT*,

ve n t, h o w .

T e H & o v T - (tenhut') To believe, to

trust, [const, of ve/f& orTj.

TeNfcO YT^ (tenhut') To believe, to

trust, [pron. of ve/f& orTj.

T e n i (ta'pi) m. A linen cloth,

bandage. See also t c Bi (3).

Te p a .- (ta'ri) vbl. prf. for simple

future tense sg. f. 2nd person. See

also 'Tetts..

Te pa,$m (te'rSfim') (Heb.)

Teraphim, Small images

representing household gods of

ancient Hebrews.

T e p n - (terp) To rob, to plunder.

[const, of Twpir],

TepToop- (tertor') To pierce, to nail,

to puncture, to hammer, [const, of

T o p T e p ],

TepTtttp^ (tertor') To pierce, to nail,

to puncture, to hammer, [pron. of

T o p T e p ].

T e c (tas) Dried up, rigid, stubborn,

stiff, frozen, [qual. of •rcvcj.

T e c - (tas) To dry up, to be rigid, to

freeze, to be stiff, [const, of t w o ].

T e c - (tas) Her. poss. adj., 3rd person

sg.f., possessed noun sg. f.

T e T e N - (tetan') Your. poss. adj., 2nd

person pl., possessed noun sg. f.

T eT eN - (tetan') vbl. prf. for simple

present tense pl. 2nd person.

T6TC N N & - (tetan'nS) vbl. prf. for

simple future tense pl. 2nd person.

Te x N iTH C (teknites') (Gk.) m.

Craftsman.

T eq - (taf) His. poss. adj., 3rd person

sg.m., possessed noun sg. f.

T 62/NI (teh'ni) f. Forehead.

t h (te) adv. There.

- qT&i le qTH (Deftciy' ya 3ef te')

Here or there.

t h B (teb) m. Finger, toe.

- ©e^THfi (theksteb') v. To point

with the finger, to show, to reveal.

- NiTonq N Te NijaeNTHfi (ni

topPenta' ni shenteb")

pl. Fingerprints.

THfi (teb) Sealed, stamped, [qual. of

t w £ (1)].

t h i ^ (tey) To give. [pron. of f]

t h i t ^ (teyt) To give. [pron. of f]

t h t t (tep) Sealed, stamped, [qual. of

T OfIT(1)].

THp-^ (ter) All of, the whole of.


THpeH 178 TOUOC

- iTTHpq (3epterf) m. The whole,

everything.

- eTTTHpq (’a' 3epterf') Wholly,

entirely.

THpeN (teran') All of us.

TH pi (te'ri) All of you (sg. f.). (rarely

used).

t h p k (terk) All of you (sg. m.).

T H p o v (terii') All of them, all of you

(pi.).

TH pc (ters) All of her.

t h p t (tert) All of me.

TH p Te N (tertan') All of you (pi.),

(rarely used). See THpov.

THpq (terf) All of him.

t h c (tes) Dried up, rigid, stubborn,

stiff, frozen, [qual. of t w c ] ,

■Tie (3etya') f. Five.

T i k i (ti'li) m. Fenugreek. See also

Te2u.

TiJUH (time') (Gk.) f. Honor, value,

respect, price.

tiu io n (tim'yon) (Gk.) adj. Precious,

honored.

tiu io c (tim'yos) (Gk.) adj. Precious,

honored.

t i u i (ti'mi) m. Village. See f m

y tuoeeoc (ti'mothS'3os) The

Epistles to Timothy

- X X iuooeoc (ti'motha'3os 3Q'wi)

The First Epistle to Timothy

5 X iu o e eoc (ti'motha'3os

3esnQ'ti). The Second Epistle to

Timothy

Tma>pi& (timor'ya) (Gk.) f.

Punishment.

ttiov (3etyti') m. Five. abb. e". See

T/e

- n iT io v (pi' 3etyii') Thursday

- p c t i o t (ra' 3etyu') One fifth.

X it o c (ti'tos) The Epistle to Titus

t iS i (ti'khi) m. Crane, heron.

t k a c (3etk£s') m. Pain, suffering,

ache. See also k &c.

rrkfio (3et 3ek'bo) v. To cool, to make

cool. See also txBoB.

T « & e (3et 3em'he) To set on fire.

[pron. of TejuzrO, T&ejujuoj.

to E (tob) m. Border of a garment.

See also s&T&t.

Tofi (tob) Sealed, stamped, [qual. of

tcoB (1)].

To fi^ (tob) To seal, to stamp, [pron.

of t w B(1)].

(tob) To pay a debt. [pron. of

t w B (2)].

T w B e ,] .

(tovh) To pray. [pron. of

t o i (toy) f. Share, part, portion.

- (T ito i (chi toy') v. To partake, to

take a share.

- peq(Titoi (ref chi toy') n. Partner.

t o i (toy) Given, [qual. of f]

To k u a . (tolm£') (Gk.) f. Boldness.

- epTOkuAN (3er'tolmin') v. To be

bold.

to k c (toks) Pierced, stabbed, [qual.

o fe o v z (1)J.

t o u - (tom) To join, to connect,

[const, of t o /j u /].

t o u ^ (tom) To join, to connect,

[pron. of t w j u /].

t o u i (to'mi) Joined, connected,

proper, [pron. of t o u j u /].

t o u i (to'mi) f. Connection, bond, tie,

link.

to u o c (to'mos) (Gk.) m. Part of a

book, tome.


T O U T 179 TOYfiO

t o u t (tomt) v. Amazed, dazed,

astonished, [qual. of t


TOVfiO^ 180 TC & fiH O V T

- j o t o v Bo (3esh tii'vo) to clean

thoroughly. See fa.

To vfio ^ (tii'vo) To clean, to purify.

[pron. of t o v Bo],

T o n e - (tii'ye) To remove, to wean.

[const, of to tio ],

t o h o (tii'yo) v. To remove, to wean.

See T o n e -, t o n o * .

to vio -* ' (tii'yo) To remove, to wean.

[pron. of t o n o ].

T o r k o (tii'lo) v. To overflow, to

inundate, to flood. See also

ooreAo

T o m - (tun) v. To make to open,to

inaugurate.

T O T H e c - (tii'nes) To raise, to arouse.

[const, of t o v n o c ]

t o v n o c (tii'nos) v. To raise, to

arouse, to incite, to set up. See

T O Y N e C - TO V N O C - TOVNOC*.

- s c in to v n o c (jin tii'nos) m. Raising

up.

t o v n o c - (tii'nos) To raise, to arouse.

[const, of TOVNOC],

to v n o c -* ' (tii'nos) To raise, to

arouse, [pron. of t o v n o c ]

T o v & e - (tii'ho) To add. [const, of

TO V & O ]

t o y & o (tii'ho) v. To add, to increase;

m. Addition, an additional thing.

See T o v & e -, t o v & o * .

to v & o ^ (tii'ho) To add. [pron. of

to v & o ],

T ovsce- ((tii'je) To make healthy.

[const, of to vxo].

t o v s c h o v t (tii'geyiit') Safe, sound,

Healthy, [qual. of t o v x o ].

to v s c o (tu'go) v. To save, to rescue,

to make healthy, to make safe; n.

Safety, salvation, good health. See

T 0 V X 6 - T O V X O * , T O V X H O V T .

- peqTovsco (ref tii'go) n. Rescuer,

healer, the one who gives health.

- £gn ovtovsco (khan 3ii tii'go)

adv. In safety, in health.

to v s c o -* (tu'go) To make healthy.

[pron. of t o v x o ]

to?/ (toh) m. Hay. See also eoz> (3).

toosci (1) (to'ji) v. To plant, to put the

seeds in the soil; m. Seedling,

planting. See t o x * .

to o sci (2) (to'ji) v. To join, to attach,

to publish, to issue. See t o x * .

t o x '* (tog) To plant, [pron. of t w x i

(1)1

t o s c ^ (tog) To join, to attach.[pron. of

T W X I (2 )].

toscc (togs) m. Chair, seat. See also

T O T C .

T o t (to'ti) f. Womb, ’uterus'.

Tp&TTez* (3et'r£pa'z£) (Gk.) f.

Table. Eq. to tyopipi.

Tp a jTe ^iTH C (3et'rlipa'zites') m.

Money changer, banker, broker.

tp ia c (Det'riyis') (Gk.) f. Trinity.

T p m (3etrim') m. Clover. See also

Bepc/ju.

T pouoc (tro'mos) (Gk.) m.

Trembling, awe.

T p o n o c (tro'pos) (Gk.) m. Way,

manner, mode.

Tp o $ H (trofe') (Gk.) m. Food,

nourishment.

T C A fle - (3etSci've) To educate, to

teach, to instruct, [const, of

t c & B o],

TC&fiHOTT (3etslTveyut') Wise,

educated, [qual. of t c & B o].


Tca.fio 181 Torni

tc & B o (3etScfvo) v. T o educate, to

teach, to instruct. See 'Tcs.Be-,

t c s B o * T C S B H O Y T .

tc&Bo-*' (3etsS'vo) T o educate, to

teach, to instruct, [pron. of

t c s B o].

xiNTC&fio (jin’ 3etsS'vo) m.

Teaching, instructing.

t 'c m g - (3etsiy'3e) To beautify, [const.

of tcs/'o],

t c m 'o (3ets£y'3o) v. To beautify, to

adorn. See Tcs/'e-, t c s / o *

Tcs/d b o r.

tc m o ^ (3etsiu'3o) To beautify, [pron.

of tcs/'o].

t c &.i


T t t m T 182 T W p T T

appropriate. See t o j u -, t c j u -,

TO it* , TOJUl.

- p A T «m i (r3 to'mi) n. body joint.

- 2C in to )«i (jin to'mi) m. Marriage,

Joining.

- $ t< »u i (3ef to'mi) n. Proper, fitting.

To a u T (1) (tomt) v. To be amazed, to

be astonished, to be dazed; m.

Amazement, wonder. See 't o u t .

toom t (2) (tomt) v. To meet, to meet

by chance.

TOM'* (ton) To arise, to get up. [pron.

Of TOOOYN, TOOOYNOY]

toi)n& (to'n§) adv. Very, greatly. See

Tons., TONOO, TOONOY, TO NOV.

See also ejus&cv.

tiom k (tonk) Arise, stand up. [imper.

of t o o o y n sg. m. 2nd person].

to m k (tonk) v. To arise, to rise. sg.

m. 2nd person. See t o o o y n .

to m o y (tonii') adv. Very, greatly.

See t o o n s .

tounc (tons) v. To arise, to rise. sg. f.

3rd person. See t o o o y n .

t o w t (tont) v. To arise, to rise. sg.

1st person. See t o o o y n .

TtBMjB (tonsh) v. To strike, to hit, to

rebuke, to scold. See t o n # ,

TONj/S*, TGNftf/.

Toowq (tonf) v. To arise, to rise. sg.

. m. 3? person; m. Resurrection,

rising up. See t o o o y n .

- peqTawq (ref tonf') n. One who

raises someone.

- sciNTttmq (jin tonf') m. Rising,

resurrection.

t o )o t (to 3u') m. Mountain.

- h to jo t (y i' 3ento 3ii') m. Wild

donkey.

- &ntIT (pi to 3u'

3enta' nigoyt') m. Mount of olives.

See x o o / t.

t o i o t h (to 3un') v. To arise, to rise,

to wake up, to get up, to carry. See

TOOOYNOY, T 6 N -, TOON*, TOONq.

t o o o v n (to 3un') v. To arise, to rise.

pi. 1st person. See t o o o y n .

tcootni (to 3u'ni) v. To arise, to rise.

sg. f. 2nd person. See to o o y n .

t o d o v n i (to 3u'ni) Arise, stand up.

[imper. of to o o y n sg. f. 2nd

person]

t o o o t m o v (to 3u'nu) v. To arise, to

rise. pi. 3rd person. See to o o y n .

t o o o t m o v (to 3u'nu) v. To arise, to

rise, to wake up, to get up, to

carry. See to o o yn , t o n -,

TOON*, TOONq.

T o m (1) (top) v. To print, to stamp, to

seal, to repair, to patch. See

T o n * , T o n , T H n . See also

tw B (1).

toott (2) (top) v. To pay a debt, to

repay. See T o n * . See also tooB

(2).

T w p i (to'ri) f. Hand, handle.

- Kes/Toopi (kah tQ'ri) m. Clapping,

applause.

- meTTToopi (shepto'ri) v. To vouch

for, to guarantee, to ensure.

- & iT(»p i (hi to'ri) v. To clap with the

hands.

Ttopn (torp) v. To rob, to seize by

force, to plunder; m. Loot, spoils.

See T e p n - To p n * .


TIBC 183

Ttoc (tos) v. To dry up, to be rigid, to

freeze, to be stiff. See Tec-,

TOC*, Tec, THC.

T u iT e p (totar') m. Step, level, grade,

rung, stairs.

toosci (1) (to'ji) v. To plant, to put the

seeds in the soil; m. Seedling,

planting. See t o x * .

toosci (2) (to'ji) v. To join, to attach,

to publish, to issue. See t o x * .

Tjsmo (Det 3esh'mo) v. To crush to

small pieces. See Tfauo*. See

also & tjuo.

Tjsm o^ (3et 3esh'mo) To crush to

small pieces, [pron. of Tj&uo].

Tjs o Tie - (3et 3eshu'ye) To dry up

something, [const, of tpor/o ].

Tjyovio (3et 3eshii'yo) v. To dry up

something. See t o>or/e-,

Tj&OYtO*.

Tjyovio'*’ (3et 3eshu'yo) To dry up

something, [pron. of T&ovto],

t j 5u o (3et 3ejsh'mo) v. To heat up, to

excite; m. Heat, fervor. See

t £ u o * tSjuo-, eeuuo.

tS u o -* (3et 3ekh'm o)) To heat up, to

excite, [pron. of t&uo].

tjS u o - (3et 3ej


Y 184 Y ty lC T O C

G ttc i& o n (3ep'silon)

Epsilon

v abb. of the numeral 400; q To v jye

(3eftu'sha).

yKkinooc (3i'3ikin'thos) m. Hyacinth;

a precious stone. See also

ZVkKtNQOC.

vApra. (3idri'ya) f. Water jar, pitcher.

See &rAp/&

y io c (3iy'yos) (Gk.) m. Son. Eq. to

TTSSfHp/.

vioc eeoc (3iy'yos tha'3os) m. Son

of God. Eq. to rr&Hpi ju $ f.

vfc.H(3ile') (Gk.) f. Forest, wood,

firewood, Material, Matter, earthly

perishable, non-divine matter, a

connotation of that which is sinful.

See&Y&H.

VfciKoc (3ile'kos) (Gk.) Relating to

earthly sinful character. See yK h,

bY&IKOC.

vu N o X o n & (3imnologi'ya) f. Hymn,

song of praise. See

& YJUNO A OYI&..

▼unoc (3im'nos) (Gk.) m. Hymn, song

of praise. See z y ju n o c .

ymno>A.oc (Dimn6'thos) m. Hymnist,

the one who sings a hymn. See

z> yjungdA oc.

ytt& pxonts. (3i'pirkhon'tii) (Gk.) m.

Possessions, property. See

& YTT& PXO N T& .

vnep (3i'par) (Gk.) Above, over, for

the realization of.

viTHpcTHC (3ipe'retes') (Gk.)

Servant, attendant. See

Z, YTTHpe TH C .

viro2ua.K


3>ei (fey)

Fey

$ abb. of the numeral 500; t i o v jae

(3etyu' sha).

$ (3ef) The definite article for sg. m.

See also fr, m .

$a. (fi) That of, that which belongs to,

that which pertains to [Proclitic

pronoun for sg. m. nouns]. See

e&, m&.

(fithon') From where?

(fiy) This, demonst. pron. sg. m.

(fi'lis ) m. Talker not doer,

(fi'lifal') m. Falafel. (lit.

that which has lots of beans). See

e (fi'menuth') Paremhat or

Baramhat, the seventh month of

the Egyptian (Coptic) year.

$& noc (fa'nos) (Gk.) m. Lamp,

lantern.

$a,Na>pq (f i'3en 36rf) m. A monk, a

solitary monk. See wpq.

&Tupo (fi'piro') m. Gate-keeper.

See po (3).

$>&p& (f i'ri 36') (Egypt.) Pharaoh.

(mean. The great door, or the

great Sun).

$&.piceoc (fa'risaPos) (Aram.) m.

Pharisee, (mean. Separated).

&puor«i (firmitthi) Paremoude or

Baramuda, the eighth month of the

Egyptian (Coptic) year.

185

$a.pnep- (firpar') Exhibitor of. [p.c.

of (popjrep]

$a.pTrepi3 (firpar Dikh') Exhibitor of

demonic actions, sorcerer, [p.c. of


cJjajoni (fcish'ni) f. Service, ordination.

See $>wg)eN.

$*.£>- (f&kh) To rip, to tear apart, to

cut into pieces, to split, [const, of

3],

(feikh) To rip, to tear apart, to

cut into pieces, to split, [pron. of

$ao£].

$A5ep (f£khar') Charming,

bewitching, elegant, [qual. of

cpo>£ep].

$A3pi (1) (f£kh'ri) m. Drug, medicine,

remedy, herb.

- ep$&.3pi (3er f£kh'ri) v. To heal, to

cure, to use medicines.

- peqt$A;5pi (ref' ti fSkh'ri) n.

Healer, magician.

- u e Tp e q t$ & 5 p i (met ref' ti fikh'ri)

f. Magic, the use of medicines and

herbs.

- eri$&£ipi (chi fSkh'ri) v. To heal, to

be treated from an ailment. See S't

(1)■

- uam 6^$a3pi (m£'3en chi f£kji'ri)

m. Place of healing, hospital.

- tA:5pi (ti fcikh'ri) v. To give

medicines, to heal.

a.j5pi (2) (fikh'ri) n. Color, paint.

^ a S t - (fcikht) To bend down, to bend

forward and fall down, [const, of

ON


eNsc- 187 HeTsaHsy

$eN5t- (feng) To overthrow, to

destroy, to demolish, [const, of

Nx],

$ e p - (1) (far) To come forth, to

emerge, to emanate, to blossom,

to bloom, [const, of (p/p/ (1)].

$ e p - (2) (far) To announce, to

declare, to tell the story, [const, of

(2)1

$ e p - (3) (far) To dream, [const, of

(poop].

$epia>ov (1) (ferPo 3u') Blossoming,

emerging, glowing, radiating.

[qual. of (p/p/(1)].

$epio>ov (2) (feri' 3o 3u') Announced,

declared, [qual. of (p/p/ (2)].

epK- (ferk) To uproot, to pluck out,

to be uprooted, [const, of

(pa>pjc(1)].

- TTieTr^epjc (pi 3et ferk') m. One

with a split upper lip, or with

deformed teeth.

$epp&covi (far'risu'wi) v. To

dream, to interpret a dream. See

(pep-(3), p &.c o y/.

$ e pc- (fers) To be tired, to be tense,

to break up (the soil), [const, of

(ptvpc].

$ep$o>p'*’ (farfor') To open, to

spread, to exhibit, [pron. of

(pop/rep, (pcvpnep],

$ep$p (farfor') Opened, loose,

exhibited, [qual. of (pop/rep,

(poopnep],

epsia- (fersh) v. To spread, to unfold.

[const, of (pwp&l

$epsc- (ferg) To divide, to separate.

[const, of px].

$ e c - (fas) To cook, to bake, to melt,

to purify metals, [const, of tp/c/].

^eTtjxD T-^ (fatfot') To cut into small

pieces, [const, of (poT(peT].

eT$(B7 (fatfot') Cut into small

pieces [qual. of (poT(peT],

$ejy- (fash) To divide, [const, of

(pwn)]. See also (p&&-

$e5 (fakh) m. Watermelon.

$ e 3 - (fakh) To rip, to tear apart, to

cut into pieces, to split, [const, of

(p(o£i].

(fah) To arrive, to reach, to

attain, to mature, [const, of (poz],

$ 62, (fah) Matured, reached, [qual. of

(po&J.

$ H - (fe) That, demonst. pron. sg. m.

$H6©- (fe^eth) Who, which, that.

Relative pron. sg. m. Used with

words starting with B, p, n , A, o or

ju. See also oPnev-.

$He©MHOT (fe 3eth' neyii') The one

who is coming. See m h o t .

$ H 6 T - (fe'yet) Who, which, that.

Relative pron. sg. m. Used with

words starting with letters other

than B, p, n , A, o or ju. See also

(pHee-.

$ H 6 T6 uu&Y (fe^eta^emmav')

That, demonst. pron. sg. m.

$ H e Tci+ (fe'yet si'ti) m. One who

plants seeds. See c / i

$H6T(*)sa (fe' yet Dosh') m. Reader.

sg. m. Eq. to k/t&r/tatCTHC.

$H6Tsaa.T (fe'yet shit') m. Poor,

deficient. See jgw r(3).

$HeTis)Hjy (fe'yet shesh') n.

Despised, base, without honor.

See ftxvft) (1).


HeTS0OTT 188

HeTj»oiT (fe'yet shop') m. One who

exists. See stta/n/ (1).

buyer. See jpw n (1).

(fe'yet shop) m. The

^HeTatHq (fe'yet jef') Kinsman. See

X Hq(3).

HeT6'oci (fe'yet cho'si) The most

high. See S'oct.

$hi (fey) n. A flea, a jump, a leap.

See also

$hn (fen) Poured out (water), Shed

(blood), [qual. of (Pw n ]

$hps» (fersh) m. Red-colored

substance, rust.

$ h t (fet) Fleeing, escaping, [qual. of

(Po u t].

$ H 7 7 e (fet'te) f. Rainbow.

$ h o v i (fe' 3u'wi) Heavens, [pi. of

£],

$ h 3i (fe'khi) f. Fragment, crack.

Hsc (feg) Cracked, cut into

pieces .[qual. of (pw xtj

^©s.pTOH (3efthir'ton or fthir'ton)

adj. Mortal, perishable.

&e&P'TON (3cifthcir'ton) adj.

Imperishable, everlasting.

$eortoc (3eftho'nos) (Gk.) m. Envy,

jealousy.

| (fi) f. A kiss

- (ti fi') v. To give a kiss, to kiss.

See t(1 ).

- (mS'fi) Give a kiss, [imper. of

fiko- (fi'lo) (Gk.) prf. meaning loving.

See also

3>ikoeeoc (fi'lo tha'3os) Philotheus

(mean. Loved by God, God-loving)

cJJikoiTATHp (fi'lo piter') n. Father-

loving.

$i?i.oco$i& (fi'lo sofi'yi) f. A love of

wisdom, philosophy

$ikocooc (fi'lo so'fos) n A lover of

wisdom, philosopher.

4 >ik05CPiCT0C (fi'lo 3ej


$ipi (1) (fi'ri) v. To come forth, to

emerge, to emanate, to blossom,

to bloom, to shine, to glow; m. The

bloom, emergence. See t (Def-yot') The father.

$1+ (fi'ti) f. Bow, sling.

$2v.hov (3efle'yti) m. Futility,

emptiness, vanity. See e(pA//or.

$ n o v J‘ (3ef nii'ti) m. God. See n o v f.

$ofioc (fo'vos) (Gk.) m. Fear, awe.

$oi (foy) f. Theshold, step, bench.

See also (po>/.

$ofc«r*' (folh) To wound, to be

wounded, [pron. of (pooA&j.

189 $oov

$oft.2,q (folhf) m. A wounded person.

$ofc.3c- (1) (folg) To separate, to

detach, to disconnect, to set free,

to release, to emancipate, [const,

of (p o o A x -(1)].

$ofc.5£- (2) (folg) To agree, to reach

an accord, [const, of < p o o A x-(2)].

$ofcsc^ (1) (folg) To separate, to

detach, to disconnect, to set free,

to release, to emancipate, [pron. of

(p w A x - (1)].

$ofc.3£'*' (2) (folg) To agree, to reach

an accord, [pron. of (pooAx- (2)].

$ofc.scpo (fol'gro) v. To open the

mouth wide, to yawn. See (p o A x-

(1)

$on-*' (fon) To flow, to pour out, to

shed (blood), [pron. of (poonj.

$onk (fonk) Carved, engraved,

hollow, [qual. of


$opr (1) (fo'ri) Blossoming, emerging,

glowing, radiating, [qual. of (pip/

(1)]. See also pjc(1)].

$opic(2) (fork) Outer garment for

clerics and monks. See also


$po> (3efro') f. Winter. See also

etppoo.

- ept$po> (3er'ti 3efro') v. To pass

the winter.

- 2/HMe$po> (he'3en 3efro') m.

Autumn, fall.

$ T o m i (3ef to'mi) n. Proper, fitting.

See t o o w .

- k& ts, $ tu o u i (katcPef to'mi)

adv. As deemed fit, proper.

$vkfc.H (fi'Dcile') (Gk.) f. Cup, bowl.

See also (ptkKn.

$vfc.H (file') (Gk.) f. Tribe, clan.

- &2vfc.o$vfcoc (’Sl'lo fi'los) n.

Foreigner, belongs to a different

tribe.

cJjvcic (fi'sis) (Gk.) f. Nature.

$ 0) (fo) Yours, poss. pronoun, 2nd

person sg.f., possessed noun sg.

m.

$«>i (1) (foy) Mine. poss. pronoun, 1st

person sg., possessed noun sg. m.

$ 0)1 (2) (foy) f. Theshold, step,

bench. See also (pot.

$ odk (fok) Yours, poss. pronoun, 2nd

person sg.m., possessed noun sg.

m.

$o>&2/ (f6lh) v. To wound, to be

wounded; m. Wound. See

(poAz,*.

- 2cm$tt)ft.& (jin folh') m. The act of

wounding

$o>2iac (1) (folg) v. To separate, to

detach, to disconnect, to set free,

to release, to emancipate; m.

Liberty, separation. See cpoAx-

(1)


X 194 X & T H p

K e i (key)

Key

X abb. of the numeral 600; coov jse

(so 3ii' sha).

SC- (3ek) vbl. prf. for simple present

tense sg. m. 2nd person. Used with

verbs starting with B, p, n , A, o or

ju . See k .

X& - (ki) To put. [const, of xm],

(ki) To put. [pron. of xooj.

x& Mpoo-* (1) (k i'3en ro') v. To be

silent. See p m * (1)

X&ohov (kithe'yii). m. Window. See

©HOV.

X&k o i (kik'thi) f. Louse, or any small

insect that lives in the hair of

humans, animals or birds. See

alSO K S K 0 I.

x& ki (ki'ki) m. Darkness.

- epxw ci (3er ki'ki) v. To become

dark.

- oi n x &k i (3oy'3enki'ki) To be

dark.

X& kk& u& v (k ikkim iv') f. Small

night owl. See also k s k k s j u s y .

X&k& (k i'li) f. Peak, summit.

X*ka.NK&,?>(ki'linkih') m. Elbow.

See k s & s n k s &, K m .

X ik H H o rc (kale'nos) m. Bridle,

harness.

X&kKH&.ON (kalke'don) m.

Chalcedony; a precious stone.

x& u (kim ) m. Reed, rush. See also

KSJU.

X&U& (k im i') v. To allow, to give an

opportunity, to permit. See jus..

x& ue (kim a') m. Kohl, which is a

cosmetic black powder used for

eye makeup; m. Adj. Black. See

x& uh, xa.uev.

x& ueuekam (kima'melon') m.

Chamomile, a kind of herbal tea.

X&mcv (kimav') pi. Adj. Black.

x& uh (kime') f. Adj. Black.

x «.o tn o v (k i 3ii'nu) v. To foretell, to

divine. See o y n o y .

X&ttjso (kip'sho) m. Immature thorns

on palm leaves.

xa.pfc'T^ (k i'rit') v. To set one's

foot, to establish one's self. See

p S T * .

x&peft (kirab) adj. Lowly, inferior.

X&pic (khi'ris) (Gk.) f. Grace, gift.

- epxa.pizec©e (3er khi'rizeste') v.

To bestow, grant.

- x&p»T


X&iiM 195 2Chui

5C8.SSI (k i shi') v. To set a limit. See

g)t.

X&q (kSf) m. Trunk of a tree.

- x&q NfieNi (kif'3en va'ni) m.

Trunk of the palm tree.

(kH'het). v. To trust, to

depend, to set their heart. See

& H T (1).

(k i'3eh the') v. To trust, to

depend, to set their heart. See

X&. Z /iw v * efiofc. (k£ hiyot' 3a'vol).

To take off (clothes). See & iw t* .

X&scisc (k i' jig) v. To lay the hands

on; m. Laying of the hands. See

x tx.

Xfia. (3ekb£') m. Compulsion.

- 6'im x B*. (chi'3en 3ekbS') v. To

compel or force someone to work

against their will without giving

them adequate wage.

xfiofi (3ek'bob) v. to cool, to become

cool; m. coolness, refreshing. See

K O fi* k h B.

- 6'ixfiofi (chi 3ek'bob) v. To be

refreshed, to "receive" cooling.

- txfiofi (ti 3ek'bob) v. To make cool,

to cool.

xefcxfcxwq (kel'kSkOf') pl. Pimples,

abscesses,

x e u c (kems) m. Darkness. See also

xpeitc.

- epxeuc (3er kerns') v. To become

dark

x e iT - (kap) To hide, [const, of xoott]

x e p (kar) v. To destroy, to demolish.

See also Sep.

xep*. (ka'ri) f. Plow-share.

xepe (sha're) (Gk.) Greeting.

- xepe Ne (sha're na') Hail to you

(sg. f.)

- xepe n&k (sha're n£k') Hail to

you (sg. m.)

- xepe NioTSN (sha're notan') Hail

to you (pl.)

- epxepeTiziN (er shera'tizin') v.

To greet.

xepefi (kerab') m. Form, likeness.

See also Sepeft.

- S ’ ixepefi (chi'kerab') v. To take a

form, to transfigure. See also

S't£epe£.

xepeTicuoc (sha'retiz'mos) m.

Greeting.

DCepovBm (ka'rubim') (sometimes

pronounced sha'riibim') (Egypt,

and Heb.). One of the heavenly

orders of angels.

x e T (kat) m. another. See also x e f .

xez/xo Zj (kehkoh') Zealous,

enthusiastic, [qual. of xo & xe & j

X 62/X0& T (kehkoht') To be smooth,

carved, even, with roughness

removed, [qual. of K&&K6&]

x e t (ka'ti) f. another. See also x g t .

XH (k§) placed, be, existing, [qual. of

xou],

X h u (k€m) To be black, [qual. of

X juoju]

DCh u i (1) (kemi') Egypt (the land with

the black earth).

- peukxH ui (rem'3en ke'mi) n. adj.

Egyptian.

- ueTpeMNXHMi (met'rem3en

ke'mi) f. Egyptian nationality or

Egyptian speech.


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- 'f&cni NpeuNXHUi (ti 3Ss'pi

’enrem^en ke'mi) f. Egyptian

(Coptic) Language.

Xhjui (2) (ke'mi) f. Furnace.

XHTT (kep) hidden, [qual. of xoott]

x h j t i (ke'pi) f. Vaulted pla