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Supplementary Index of Greek—Hebrew Words

Hebrew Index

Abba, E143; 163; 247; F530.

Adon and Adona, (Lord), E47:6-49; 129; 134; refers to Lord Jesus Christ, E66:4; rendered “God” and “Lord” in New Testament, E69:2; rendered “Sir,” “Master,” “Lord,” E66:1-2.

Adonai, E46; 51; 73; generally rendered “Lord” properly, once rendered “God,” E66:1-4; Isa. 6:1, Messenger of Covenant is Christ, E48:1; Jn. 12:41, Christ, E47:6; Mal. 3:1-4, shows Lord Jesus different from Jehovah, E48:2; Psa. 2:4-9, Christ and his Kingdom, E47:7; Psa. 110, Christ at Jehovah's right hand, E49:2.

Armageddon, Di; ii.

Babil, D24.

Caiyah, E319.

Daleth, B53.

El, E66; 67; 69.

Elah, E66.

Eloah, E66.

Elohim (mighty), E66:3-69:1; F38:5; 39; 444; occurs over 2,500 times in Old Testament, E66:3-4; rendered “great,” “strong,” etc., E69:1, F; Scriptures contrasting Jehovah and Elohim, E67:4-10; 68:1-2; Scriptures referring to men, saints, E68:3-10; translated “gods,” and “angels,” E67:1-10; 68:1-2.

Gaal, E438.

Gever, C255; 256.

Goyim, C296.

Haggada, C282.

Hay, B53.

Iddan, B89.

Ir, B67.

Jehovah, Applies only to God, E40-41:2; 47:6; 65:F-66:F; 76-77; as used in the Bible, E40-54; improperly rendered “God” 298 times in Old Testament, E65:3; means “The self-existing One,” E40:1-3; name Jehovah applies only to, E41:2; 65:F; name of God (Isa. 42:1-8), E41:1; one God operating under various circumstances, E182:T; possesses immortality, E389:3; rendered LORD over 5,000 times, E65:3, F; 66:F; Scriptures contrasting Jehovah and Elohim, E67:4-68:2; signifies the “self-existing One,” E40:1; the one allmighty God, E166:1; 186:1; theos as applied to, B274:2-3.

Jehovah-Jireh, E43.

Jehovah-Nissi, E43.

Jehovah-Shalom, E43.

Jehovah-Shammah, E43.

Jehovah-Tsidkenu, Applicable to Jesus and Church, E42:2-4.

Kar, C264.

Karkar, C264.

Kephel, Translated “double,” in sense of having been folded in the middle, B227:F.

Kirkaroth, C264.

Lo-Ammi, C296.

Mene (Persian), D21; 24; 42; 54; F592.

“Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin,” Weighed in the balances, D76:1; 77-81.

Messiah, B66.

Mishneh, B218; 222; 223; 224; 225; 226; 232.

Naphach, E319.

Nehphesh (sentient being), E322:3-326:2; 334:2-335:1; 338.

Nephilim, E104.

Neshamah (breath of lives), E319:4-7.

Nisan, B60; F470; 482; 483; 484.

Olam, E347.

Qeber, E348; 356; 361.

Qeburah, Geber (grave), E356:1.

Rashe Teboth, C264.

Ruach (spirit), E173:1-174:16; 308:1; 310:2; 314:1-318:11; 319:4; 389; does not signify personality, but invisible power or influence, E174:16; means wind, E173:1; Scriptures using various translations of, E174:1-11; six ways translated, E173:1, 3; took on meaning of any invisible power–good or bad–because wind is invisible and powerful, E173:2; translated “spirit,” E173:1.

Shaw-kaw (worship, bow down), E72:4-73:9.

Shekinah, A72.

Shemen, D650.

Sheol, B323; E328; 347; 349; 353; 354; 355; 356; 357; 358; 359; 360; 361; 362; 363; 364; 365; 366; 367; 368; 369; 370; 371; 372; 373; 374; 375; 377; 378; 379; 381; 410; F618; 670.

Shub, E361.

Talith, C275.

Tauri, C328.

Tekel (Persian), D21; 24; 42; 54; 76; F592.

Thummim, A49.

Upharsin (Persian), D21; 24; 42; 54; 76; F592.

Urim, A49.

Yom, F53.

Yom Kippur, C255.


Agora, E429.

Agorazo: (redeem), meaning public purchase occurs 31 times in New Testament, E429:2; 430:2; 447:3.

Aionos: B105.

Amen, F668.

Ana, F671.

Analusai, (return), F670:3-673:T; used by Plato to mean “depart” and “return,” F671:1.

Anastasis: (resurrection or raising up again), A289:3; F703:1; 707; 708; in Heb. 11:35, F704:2-706:1; never used for resuscitation, F704:2; resurrection–re-standing, F702:1.

Angelos, E67.

Anti, E431.

Anti-Lutron, E428; 439; 447; F640; ransom or corresponding price, F40:2; K2:1.

Aphesis (forgive), defined, to release from punishment–to cease to cherish resentment towards, E459:8; 462:2-3.

Aphiemi (forgiven), to release from punishment, to cease to cherish resentment towards, E462:2; translated “forgiven” in New Testament, E462:2.

Aphtharsia (death-proof), E397; 398; F727:1.

Aphthartos, E397; 398.

Apo Prosopon, Means “out from the face of,” favor, B188:F.

Apolloomee, E350.

Apoluo (forgiveness), to release from punishment, cease to cherish resentment towards, E462:2.

Apolutrosis (deliverance), F159:2-160:1; improperly rendered “redemption” and should be “deliverance,” E434:1-438:8.

Apostolos, F210.

Aster, D593.

Astrape, B155; 156.

Athanasia, E396; 397; 398.

Baptisma, F453.

Baptismos, F453.

Baptizo (immerse), F427:1-428:T; 432:T; 451:1; 453:1-454:8.

Chrisma (unction), E281:3-282:2.

Christ, B66.

Daimonion (demons), E70:1.

Dektos, A213.

Despotes (sovereign), Scriptures where translated “Lord,” E70:3-71:1.

Diakonos, F252.

Doxazo (honored), A194.

Ecclesia, E216; F80; 81; 82; 84; 207; 237; 241; 248; 249; 254 ; 264; 271; 273; 276; 278; 279; 280; 281; 282; 283; 284; 285; 289; 290; 295; 296; 297; 301; 314; 322; 397; 412; 417; 418; 419; 435; 439; 443; 446; 449; 454; 466; 467; 474; 475; 599; 638.

Ecclesias, F244; 253; 271; 272; 273; 274; 277.

Egersis (reanimation), F703:1.

Eidon, A278.

Eiselthon, E299.

Ek, A278.

Ekinos (he, that, etc.), more frequently rendered neuter than masculine form, E171:8-172:6; 204:2.

Eleluthota, E297; 298.

Enistemi, B158; 269.

Ephistemi, B158.

Ephphata, F423.

Epi, B139.

Erchomai, B163; E297; 298; 299.

Erchomenon, E297; 299.

Ex, E430.

Exagorazo (to publicly purchase and take possession of), E430:3-431:1.

Gehenna, B323; F609; 641; body and soul destroyed in, E332:4; represents the second death, E333:T; 380:2.

Genea (generation), D603:1, 3.

Gennao, A278.

Gennema, D603.

Genos, D603.

Hades (oblivion), B323; D107; 640; E349; 353; 354; 366; F670; all texts using, examined, E375:1-381:1; equivalent of word “sheol” in Old Testament, E375:1; significance of word used in all N.T. instances, E375:1-380:1.

Haptomai, B113.

Harpagmos (robbery), E80-81:9.

Heautou (translated “himself,” “itself,” etc.), examples where translated neuter, E171:1-7; in Common Version rendered masculine, feminine, common, and neuter genders, E170:3-171:T; 204.

Heko (to arrive), B158:1-159:1; 164; 168.

Hilasmos (satisfaction, propitiation), E441:2-442:F; 461:T.

Hilasterion (propitiatory), E442:F.

Ho, E86.

Ho Theios, E71.

Ho Theos, E70; 86.

Homolegei, E298.

Homologountes, E299.

Horao, B138.

Hos, B49.

Kairos, B78.

Karazomai (forgive freely), E462:3-463:1.

Katallage, Atonement in Rom. 5:11, E488:3; reconciliation, E488:3.

Kathestemi (to place or set down), F277:3.

Keleusma, B146.

Kirotoneo (elect by stretching out the hand), F276:2-277:T.

Krima, F399.

Krisis, F399; 708.

Kurieno (Lords), E71:3.

Kurios (Lord), E70:1, 2, 4.

Lithos, F221.

Logos, E85; 86; 87; 88; 89; 90; 92; 93; 95; 99; 107; 118; 128; 134; 136; 137; 146; 150; 153; 154; 177; 183; 297; 424; 426; 458; 485; F18.

Lutron, E431.

Lutron-Anti, E427; 428.

Lutroo (to set free, etc.), E431:2-432:2; occurs three times in New Testament, E431:3; translated “redeemed,” means to set free by payment of a price, E429:2-433; also translated “buy” and “bought,” E430:2.

Lutrosis (deliverance), does not contain thought of price, E432:3; 433:1-2; means setting free, E432:3; price paid–set free, E428:2.

Mathetes, F210.

Parakletos (to soothe, pacify), E202:2-204:2; help, encouragement, assistance, strengthening, E203:T; because God is masculine, might properly have masculine gender, E172:7; can properly be masculine, feminine or neuter, E204:2.

Parousia, B156; 158; 159; 160; 161; 162; 163; 167; 168; 188; 189; 270; Ciii; 93; D296; 565; 581; 598; 606; 612; E69; 165; F465.

Petra, F220; 666.

Petros, F220; 221.

Phronema (inclination), E289:2.

Pneuma (spirit, wind), E310:2-313:12; 317:9; 318:1-319:2. As wind is both invisible and powerful, word took on meaning of any invisible power, good or bad, E173:2; does not signify personality, E174:16; primary significance is “wind,” E173:1. Examples of translation, E174:13-15; five ways, E174:12; in New Testament, spirit, E173:1; should be spirit, but mistranslated ghost, E169:T.

Pneumatikos, E312; 313.

Poieolutrosin (to set at liberty, to make loosing), occurs but once in Lk. 1:68, E433:3-4.

Proserchomai, B158.

Proskuneo (reverence), Pharisees understood meaning of, E74:1; translated “worship,” signifies reverence, E72:3.

Prosopon, B188.

Psuche (soul), E335:1-338:9; 350.

Rabboni, E71.

Seemion, D598.

Sunerchomai, B158.

Theiotes, E71.

Theos, E70; 86; does not always refer to Jehovah, B274:2-275:2; occurrence and use in N.T., E69:2-70:1.

Theotes, E71.

Tithemi (ordained), F276:3.

Tous, F270.

Zoee, E336.