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5301 (hussopos) to 5400 (phobetron)



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5301

usswpoV
hussopos
hoos'-so-pos

of foreign origin ('ezowb 231); "hyssop":--hyssop.

5302

usterew
hustereo
hoos-ter-eh'-o

from usteroV - husteros 5306; to be later, i.e. (by implication) to be inferior; generally, to fall short (be deficient):--come behind (short), be destitute, fail, lack, suffer need, (be in) want, be the worse.

5303

usterhma
husterema
hoos-ter'-ay-mah

from usterew - hustereo 5302; a deficit; specially, poverty:--that which is behind, (that which was) lack(-ing), penury, want.

5304

usterhsiV
husteresis
hoos-ter'-ay-sis

a falling short, i.e. (specially), penury:--want.

5305

usteron
husteron
hoos'-ter-on

neuter of usteroV - husteros 5306 as adverb; more lately, i.e. eventually:--afterward, (at the) last (of all).

5306

usteroV
husteros
hoos'-ter-os

comparative from upo - hupo 5259 (in the sense of behind); later:--latter.

5307

ufantoV
huphantos
hoo-fan-tos'

from huphaino to weave; woven, i.e. (perhaps) knitted:--woven.

5308

uyhloV
hupselos
hoop-say-los'

from uyoV - hupsos 5311; lofty (in place or character):--high(-er, -ly) (esteemed).

5309

uyhlofronew
hupselophroneo
hoop-say-lo-fron-eh'-o

from a compound of uyhloV - hupselos 5308 and frhn - phren 5424; to be lofty in mind, i.e. arrogant:--be highminded.

5310

uyistoV
hupsistos
hoop'-sis-tos

superlative from the base of uyoV - hupsos 5311; highest, i.e. (masculine singular) the Supreme (God), or (neuter plural) the heavens:--most high, highest.

5311

uyoV
hupsos
hoop'-sos

from a derivative of uper - huper 5228; elevation, i.e. (abstractly) altitude, (specially), the sky, or (figuratively) dignity:--be exalted, height, (on) high.

5312

uyow
hupsoo
hoop-so'-o

from uyoV - hupsos 5311; to elevate (literally or figuratively):--exalt, lift up.

5313

uywma
hupsoma
hoop'-so-mah

from uyow - hupsoo 5312; an elevated place or thing, i.e. (abstractly) altitude, or (by implication) a barrier (figuratively):-- height, high thing.

F

5314

fagoV
phagos
fag'-os

from fagw - phago 5315; a glutton:--gluttonous.

5315

fagw
phago
fag'-o

a primary verb (used as an alternate of esqiw - esthio 2068 in certain tenses); to eat (literally or figuratively):--eat, meat.

5316

fainw
phaino
fah'-ee-no

prolongation for the base of fwV - phos 5457; to lighten (shine), i.e. show (transitive or intransitive, literal or figurative):-- appear, seem, be seen, shine, X think.

5317

Falek
Phalek
fal'-ek

of Hebrew origin (Peleg 6389); Phalek (i.e. Peleg), a patriarch:--Phalec.

5318

faneroV
phaneros
fan-er-os'

from fainw - phaino 5316; shining, i.e. apparent (literally or figuratively); neuter (as adverb) publicly, externally:--abroad, + appear, known, manifest, open (+ -ly), outward (+ -ly).

5319

fanerow
phaneroo
fan-er-o'-o

from faneroV - phaneros 5318; to render apparent (literally or figuratively):--appear, manifestly declare, (make) manifest (forth), shew (self).

5320

fanerwV
phaneros
fan-er-oce'

adverb from faneroV - phaneros 5318; plainly, i.e. clearly or publicly:--evidently, openly.

5321

fanerwsiV
phanerosis
fan-er'-o-sis

from fanerow - phaneroo 5319; exhibition, i.e. (figuratively) expression, (by extension) a bestowment:--manifestation.

5322

fanoV
phanos
fan-os'

from fainw - phaino 5316; a lightener, i.e. light; lantern:--lantern.

5323

Fanouhl
Phanouel
fan-oo-ale'

of Hebrew origin (Pnuw'el 6439); Phanuel (i.e. Penuel), an Israelite:--Phanuel.

5324

fantazw
phantazo
fan-tad'-zo

from a derivative of fainw - phaino 5316; to make apparent, i.e. (passively) to appear (neuter participle as noun, a spectacle):--sight.

5325

fantasia
phantasia
fan-tas-ee'-ah

from a derivative of fantazw - phantazo 5324; (properly abstract) a (vain) show ("fantasy"):--pomp.

5326

fantasma
phantasma
fan'-tas-mah

from fantazw - phantazo 5324; (properly concrete) a (mere) show ("phantasm"), i.e. spectre:--spirit.

5327

faragx
pharagx
far'-anx

properly, strengthened from the base of peran - peran 4008 or rather of rhgnumi - rhegnumi 4486; a gap or chasm, i.e. ravine (winter-torrent):--valley.

5328

Faraw
Pharao
far-ah-o'

of foreign origin (Par`oh 6547); Pharao (i.e. Pharoh), an Egyptian king:--Pharaoh.

5329

FareV
Phares
far-es'

of Hebrew origin (Perets 6557); Phares (i.e. Perets), an Israelite:--Phares.

5330

FarisaioV
Pharisaios
far-is-ah'-yos

of Hebrew origin (compare parash 6567); a separatist, i.e. exclusively religious; a Pharisean, i.e. Jewish sectary:--Pharisee.

5331

farmakeia
pharmakeia
far-mak-i'-ah

from farmakeuV - pharmakeus 5332; medication ("pharmacy"), i.e. (by extension) magic (literally or figuratively):--sorcery, witchcraft.

5332

farmakeuV
pharmakeus
far-mak-yoos'

from pharmakon (a drug, i.e. spell-giving potion); a druggist ("pharmacist") or poisoner, i.e. (by extension) a magician:--sorcerer.

5333

farmakoV
pharmakos
far-mak-os'

the same as farmakeuV - pharmakeus 5332:--sorcerer.

5334

fasiV
phasis
fas'-is

from fhmi - phemi 5346 (not the same as "phase", which is from 5316); a saying, i.e. report:--tidings.

5335

faskw
phasko
fas'-ko

prolongation from the same as fhmi - phemi 5346; to assert:--affirm, profess, say.

5336

fatnh
phatne
fat'-nay

from pateomai (to eat); a crib (for fodder):--manager, stall.

5337

fauloV
phaulos
fow'-los

apparently a primary word; "foul" or "flawy", i.e. (figuratively) wicked:--evil.

5338

feggoV
pheggos
feng'-gos

probably akin to the base of fwV - phos 5457 (compare 5350); brilliancy:--light.

5339

feidomai
pheidomai
fi'-dom-ahee

of uncertain affinity; to be chary of, i.e. (subjectively) to abstain or (objectively) to treat leniently:--forbear, spare.

5340

feidomenwV
pheidomenos
fi-dom-en'-oce

adverb from participle of feidomai - pheidomai 5339; abstemiously, i.e. stingily:--sparingly.

5341

felonhV
phelones
fel-on'-ace

by transposition for a derivative probably of fainw - phaino 5316 (as showing outside the other garments); a mantle (surtout):-- cloke.

5342

ferw
phero
fer'-o

a primary verb -- for which other, and apparently not cognate ones are used in certain tenses only; namely, oio oy'-o; and enegko en-eng'-ko to "bear" or carry (in a very wide application, literally and figuratively, as follows):--be, bear, bring (forth), carry, come, + let her drive, be driven, endure, go on, lay, lead, move, reach, rushing, uphold.

5343

feugw
pheugo
fyoo'-go

apparently a primary verb; to run away (literally or figuratively); by implication, to shun; by analogy, to vanish:--escape, flee (away).

5344

Fhlix
Phelix
fay'-lix

of Latin origin; happy; Phelix (i.e. Felix), a Roman:--Felix.

5345

fhmh
pheme
fay'-may

from fhmi - phemi 5346; a saying, i.e. rumor ("fame"):--fame.

5346

fhmi
phemi
fay-mee'

properly, the same as the base of fwV - phos 5457 and fainw - phaino 5316; to show or make known one's thoughts, i.e. speak or say:--affirm, say. Compare legw - lego 3004.

5347

FhstoV
Phestos
face'-tos

of Latin derivation; festal; Phestus (i.e. Festus), a Roman:--Festus.

5348

fqanw
phthano
fthan'-o

apparently a primary verb; to be beforehand, i.e. anticipate or precede; by extension, to have arrived at:--(already) attain, come, prevent.

5349

fqartoV
phthartos
fthar-tos'

from fqeirw - phtheiro 5351; decayed, i.e. (by implication) perishable:--corruptible.

5350

fqeggomai
phtheggomai
ftheng'-gom-ahee

probably akin to feggoV - pheggos 5338 and thus to fhmi - phemi 5346; to utter a clear sound, i.e. (generally) to proclaim:--speak.

5351

fqeirw
phtheiro
fthi'-ro

probably strengthened from phthio (to pine or waste); properly, to shrivel or wither, i.e. to spoil (by any process) or (generally) to ruin (especially figuratively, by moral influences, to deprave):--corrupt (self), defile, destroy.

5352

fqinopwrinoV
phthinoporinos
fthin-op-o-ree-nos'

from derivative of phthino (to wane; akin to the base of 5351) and opwra - opora 3703 (meaning late autumn); autumnal (as stripped of leaves):--whose fruit withereth.

5353

fqoggoV
phthoggos
ftong'-gos

from fqeggomai - phtheggomai 5350; utterance, i.e. a musical note (vocal or instrumental):--sound.

5354

fqonew
phthoneo
fthon-eh'-o

from fqonoV - phthonos 5355; to be jealous of:--envy.

5355

fqonoV
phthonos
fthon'-os

probably akin to the base of fqeirw - phtheiro 5351; ill-will (as detraction), i.e. jealousy (spite):--envy.

5356

fqora
phthora
fthor-ah'

from fqeirw - phtheiro 5351; decay, i.e. ruin (spontaneous or inflicted, literally or figuratively):--corruption, destroy, perish.

5357

fialh
phiale
fee-al'-ay

of uncertain affinity; a broad shallow cup ("phial"):--vial.

5358

filagaqoV
philagathos
fil-ag'-ath-os

from filoV - philos 5384 and agaqoV - agathos 18; fond to good, i.e. a promoter of virtue:--love of good men.

5359

Filadelfeia
Philadelpheia
fil-ad-el'-fee-ah

from Philadelphos (the same as 5361), a king of Pergamos; Philadelphia, a place in Asia Minor:--Philadelphia.

5360

filadelfia
philadelphia
fil-ad-el-fee'-ah

from filadelfoV - philadelphos 5361; fraternal affection:--brotherly love (kindness), love of the brethren.

5361

filadelfoV
philadelphos
fil-ad'-el-fos

from filoV - philos 5384 and adefoV - adephos 80; fond of brethren, i.e. fraternal:--love as brethren.

5362

filandroV
philandros
fil'-an-dros

from filoV - philos 5384 and anhr - aner 435; fond of man, i.e. affectionate as a wife:--love their husbands.

5363

filanqrwpia
philanthropia
fil-an-thro-pee'-ah

from the same as filanqrwpwV - philanthropos 5364; fondness of mankind, i.e. benevolence ("philanthropy"):--kindness, love towards man.

5364

filanqrwpwV
philanthropos
fil-an-thro'-poce

adverb from a compound of filoV - philos 5384 and anqrwpoV - anthropos 444; fondly to man ("philanthropically"), i.e. humanely:--courteously.

5365

filarguria
philarguria
fil-ar-goo-ree'-ah

from filarguroV - philarguros 5366; avarice:--love of money.

5366

filarguroV
philarguros
fil-ar'-goo-ros

from filoV - philos 5384 and arguroV - arguros 696; fond of silver (money), i.e. avaricious:--covetous.

5367

filautoV
philautos
fil'-ow-tos

from filoV - philos 5384 and autoV - autos 846; fond of self, i.e. selfish:--lover of own self.

5368

filew
phileo
fil-eh'-o

from filoV - philos 5384; to be a friend to (fond of (an individual or an object)), i.e. have affection for (denoting personal attachment, as a matter of sentiment or feeling; while agapaw - agapao 25 is wider, embracing especially the judgment and the deliberate assent of the will as a matter of principle, duty and propriety: the two thus stand related very much as qelw - thelo 2309 and boulomai - boulomai 1014, or as qumoV - thumos 2372 and nouV - nous 3563 respectively; the former being chiefly of the heart and the latter of the head); specially, to kiss (as a mark of tenderness):--kiss, love.

5369

filhdonoV
philedonos
fil-ay'-don-os

from filoV - philos 5384 and hdonh - hedone 2237; fond of pleasure, i.e. voluptuous:--lover of pleasure.

5370

filhma
philema
fil'-ay-mah

from filew - phileo 5368; a kiss:--kiss.

5371

Filhmwn
Philemon
fil-ay'-mone

from filew - phileo 5368; friendly; Philemon, a Christian:--Philemon.

5372

FilhtoV
Philetos
fil-ay-tos'

from filew - phileo 5368; amiable; Philetus, an opposer of Christianity:--Philetus.

5373

filia
philia
fil-ee'-ah

from filoV - philos 5384; fondness:--friendship.

5374

FilipphsioV
Philippesios
fil-ip-pay'-see-os

from Filippoi - Philippoi 5375; a Philippesian (Philippian), i.e. native of Philippi:--Philippian.

5375

Filippoi
Philippoi
fil'-ip-poy

plural of FilippoV - Philippos 5376; Philippi, a place in Macedonia:--Philippi.

5376

FilippoV
Philippos
fil'-ip-pos

from filoV - philos 5384 and ippoV - hippos 2462; fond of horses; Philippus, the name of four Israelites:--Philip.

5377

filoqeoV
philotheos
fil-oth'-eh-os

from filoV - philos 5384 and qeoV - theos 2316; fond of God, i.e. pious:--lover of God.

5378

FilologoV
Philologos
fil-ol'-og-os

from filoV - philos 5384 and logoV - logos 3056; fond of words, i.e. talkative (argumentative, learned, "philological"); Philologus, a Christian:--Philologus.

5379

filoneikia
philoneikia
fil-on-i-kee'-ah

from filoneikoV - philoneikos 5380; quarrelsomeness, i.e. a dispute:--strife.

5380

filoneikoV
philoneikos
fil-on'-i-kos

from filoV - philos 5384 and neikos (a quarrel; probably akin to 3534); fond of strife, i.e. disputatious:--contentious.

5381

filonexia
philonexia
fil-on-ex-ee'-ah

from filoxenoV - philoxenos 5382; hospitableness:--entertain stranger, hospitality.

5382

filoxenoV
philoxenos
fil-ox'-en-os

from filoV - philos 5384 and xenoV - xenos 3581; fond of guests, i.e. hospitable:--given to (lover of, use) hospitality.

5383

filoprwteuw
philoproteuo
fil-op-rote-yoo'-o

from a compound of filoV - philos 5384 and prwtoV - protos 4413; to be fond of being first, i.e. ambitious of distinction:--love to have the preeminence.

5384

filoV
philos
fee'-los

properly, dear, i.e. a friend; actively, fond, i.e. friendly (still as a noun, an associate, neighbor, etc.):--friend.

5385

filosofia
philosophia
fil-os-of-ee'-ah

from filosofoV - philosophos 5386; "philosophy", i.e. (specially), Jewish sophistry:--philosophy.

5386

filosofoV
philosophos
fil-os'-of-os

from filoV - philos 5384 and sofoV - sophos 4680; fond of wise things, i.e. a "philosopher":--philosopher.

5387

filostorgoV
philostorgos
fil-os'-tor-gos

from filoV - philos 5384 and storge (cherishing one's kindred, especially parents or children); fond of natural relatives, i.e. fraternal towards fellow Christian:--kindly affectioned.

5388

filoteknoV
philoteknos
fil-ot'-ek-nos

from filoV - philos 5384 and teknon - teknon 5043; fond of one's children, i.e. maternal:--love their children.

5389

filotimeomai
philotimeomai
fil-ot-im-eh'-om-ahee

middle voice from a compound of filoV - philos 5384 and timh - time 5092; to be fond of honor, i.e. emulous (eager or earnest to do something):--labour, strive, study.

5390

filofronwV
philophronos
fil-of-ron'-oce

adverb from filofrwn - philophron 5391; with friendliness of mind, i.e. kindly:--courteously.

5391

filofrwn
philophron
fil-of'-rone

from filoV - philos 5384 and frhn - phren 5424; friendly of mind, i.e. kind:--courteous.

5392

fimow
phimoo
fee-mo'-o

from phimos (a muzzle); to muzzle:--muzzle.

5393

Flegwn
Phlegon
fleg'-one

active participle of the base of flox - phlox 5395; blazing; Phlegon, a Christian:--Phlegon.

5394

flogizw
phlogizo
flog-id'-zo

from flox - phlox 5395; to cause a blaze, i.e. ignite (figuratively, to inflame with passion):--set on fire.

5395

flox
phlox
flox

from a primary phlego (to "flash" or "flame"); a blaze:--flame(-ing).

5396

fluarew
phluareo
floo-ar-eh'-o

from fluaroV - phluaros 5397; to be a babbler or trifler, i.e. (by implication) to berate idly or mischievously:--prate against.

5397

fluaroV
phluaros
floo'-ar-os

from phluo (to bubble); a garrulous person, i.e. prater:--tattler.

5398

foberoV
phoberos
fob-er-os'

from foboV - phobos 5401; frightful, i.e. (objectively) formidable:--fearful, terrible.

5399

fobew
phobeo
fob-eh'-o

from foboV - phobos 5401; to frighten, i.e. (passively) to be alarmed; by analogy, to be in awe of, i.e. revere:--be (+ sore) afraid, fear (exceedingly), reverence.

5400

fobhtron
phobetron
fob'-ay-tron

neuter of a derivative of fobew - phobeo 5399; a frightening thing, i.e. terrific portent:--fearful sight.

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