Greek Words

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49-69
  1. γένεσις genesis (n) = source, origin, genealogy
  2. πληρόω play-ra’-o (v) = to fulfill (Mat 8:17)
  3. βασιλεία basileia (n) = kingdom
  4. οὐρανός oo-ran-os’ (n) = heaven (Mark 8:11)
  5. iἐξουσία exousia  (n) = authority (Mat. 7:29)
  6. παραβολή parabolē  (n) = parable (Mark 4:2)
  7. μαθητής mathētēs (n) = disciple; learner
  8. σημεῖον say-mi’-on (n) = sign (Mark 8:11)
  9. ἐκκλησία ekklēsia (n) = church; a gathering of citizens called out from their homes into some public place, an assembly (Acts 8:1)
  10. ἅγιος hagios (adj) = holy (Luke 1:41)
  11. πνεῦμα neuma (n) = spirit (Luke 1:41)
  12. εὐθύς yoo-thoos (adj) = immediately (Mark 1:10)
  13. λέγω legō (v) = to say (Mark 4:2)
  14. ἀπόστολος apostolos (n) = apostle (Luke 9:10)
  15. θεός theos (n) = God (Mark 10:23)
  16. εὐαγγέλιον euangelion (n) = gospel (Romans 1:16)
  17. ἱερόν hieron (n) = temple (Luke 20:1)
  18. ὄχλος okh’los (n) = a crowd (Mark 4:1)
  19. δώδεκα dōdeka (n) = twelve
  20. καί kai (con) = and
  21. ἄγγελος angelos (n) = angel; messenger (Luke 7:27)
  22. υἱός hwee-os’ (n) = son; descendant (Mark 6:3)
  23. θερισμός therismos  (n) = harvest
  24. οἶκος oikos (n) = house (Acts 10:17)
  25. λόγος logos (n) = Word (John 1:1)
  26. φῶς phōs (n) = light (John 8:12)
  27. κόσμος kosmos (n) = world (John 8:12)
  28. ἀμήν amēn = truly (John 8:34)
  29. ἐγώ egō (pronoun) = I, me, my (Luke 5:8)
  30. εἰμί i-mee (v) = to be; am (Luke 5:8)
  31. ποιμήν poimēn (n) = shepherd (John 10:11)
  32. πατήρ patēr  (n) = father (Mark 10:7)
  33. ἀγαπάω agapaō (v) = to love (John 14:15)
  34. ἀγάπη agapē (n) = love
  35. μάρτυς mar’-toos (n) = witness (Acts 1:8)
  36. διδάσκω didaskō  (v) = to teach (Mark 4:1)
  37. διδαχή didachē (n) = teaching
  38. κύριος kyrios (n) = Lord (Luke 5:8)
  39. ὄνομα onoma (n) = name (Acts 4:7)
  40. φοβέω phobeō (v) = to fear (Acts 10:2)
  41. προσευχή proseuchē (n) = prayer
  42. προσεύχομαι proseuchomai (v) = to pray (Luke 18:1)
  43. χείρ cheir (n) = hand (Acts 6:6)
  44. προφήτης prophētēs (n) = prophet (Mark 6:4)
  45. ὅραμα horama (n) = vision
  46. πόλις polis (n) = city
  47. βαπτίζω baptizō (v) = to baptize (Acts 19:5)
  48. ἀπολογία apologia (n) = defense (Acts 22:1)
  49. νόμος nomos (n) = law (Acts 21:28)
  50. ἐλπίς elpis (n) = hope (Acts 24:14)
  51. διώκω diōkō (v) = to persecute (Acts 9:5)
  52. κηρύσσω kēryssō (v) = to proclaim, preach (Luke 3:4)
  53. δοῦλος doulos (n) = servant (Luke 7:2)
  54. ἀλήθεια alētheia (n) = truth (John 8:32)
  55. δικαιοσύνη dikaiosynē (n) = righteousness (Romans 1:17)
  56. χάρις charis (n) = grace (Acts 6:8)
  57. ἁμαρτία hamartia (n) = sin (Luke 5:20)
  58. γινώσκω ginōskō (n) = know
  59. ζάω zaō (v) = to live (John 11:25)
  60. δόξα doxa (n) = glory (Luke 9:26)
  61. σάρξ sarx (n) = flesh (Romans 9:8)
  62. νοῦς nous (n) = mind (Romans 12:2)
  63. ἀγαθός agathos (n) = good (Luke 18:18)
  64. κλητός klētos (adj) = call
  65. σοφία sophia (n) = wisdom (Mark 6:2)
  66. ἀδελφός adelphos (n) = brother (Makr 6:3)
  67. παράκλησις paraklēsis (n) = comfort (2 Cor. 1:3)
  68. καυχάομαι kauchaomai (v) = boast (2 Cor. 11:16)
  69. ἀσθένεια astheneia (n) = weakness (2 Cor. 11:30)
  70. καρπός karpos (n) = fruit
  71. δεσμός desmos (n) = imprisonment
  72. εἰρήνη i-ray’-na (n) = peace (Rom. 15:13)
  73. χαρά khar-ah (n) = joy (Acts 8:8)
  74. χαίρω khairō (v) = rejoice (Rom. 12:15)
  75. εἰκών i-kone (n) = image
  76. δύναμις doo’-nam-is (n) = power (Luke 4:14)
  77. ἡμέρα hēmera (n) = day (Luke 20:1)
  78. καρδία kardia (n) = heart (Romans 9:2)
  79. ἐλεέω eleeō (n) = mercy
  80. ὀρθοτομέω orthotomeō (v) = rightly handle
  81. πίστις pistis (n) = faith (Mat. 8:10)
  82. πιστεύω pisteuō (v) = to believe (John 6:40)
  83. πιστός pistos (a) = faithful (Luke 19:17)
  84. θάνατος thanatos (n) = death (2 Corn. 1:9)
  85. κατάπαυσις katapausis (n) = rest
  86. ἱερεύς hiereus (n) = priest
  87. ἀρχιερεύς archiereus (n) = high priest (Luke 22:2)
  88. διαθήκη diathēkē (n) = covenant (Romans 9:4)
  89. παιδεία paidia (n) = discipline
  90. ποιητής poiētēs (n) = a doer
  91. δοκιμάζω dokimazō (v) = to test
  92. λίθος lithos (n) = stone
  93. αἰώνιος aiōnios  (a) = eternal (John 6:68)
  94. κοινωνία koinōnia (n) = fellowship
  95. ἀρχή ar-khay (n) = beginning
  96. περιπατέω peripateō (v) = to walk (2 Cor. 10:3)
  97. ἀποκάλυψις ap-ok-al’-oop-sis (n) = revelation (Rev. 1:1)
  98. μετά meta (prep) = after
  99. ἀκούω akouō (v) = to hear (Romans 10:14)
  100. θρόνος thronos (n) = throne
  101. ἑπτά hepta (n) = seven
  102. σάλπιγξ salpigx (n) = trumpet
  103. προσκυνέω proskyneō (v) = to worship (Acts 24:12)
  104. προφητεύω prophēteuō (v) = to prophesy
  105. δεῦτε deute (v) = follow (Mark 1:17)
  106. μετανοέω metanoeō (v) = repent (Mark 6:12)
  107. εὐλογέω eulogeō (v) = to bless (Mark 8:7)
  108. ἄνθρωπος anthrōpos (n) = man; a human being
  109. γυνή goo-nay (n) = wife (Mark 10:2)
  110. μήτηρ may’-tare (n) = mother (Mark 10:7)
  111. αὐτόπτης autoptēs (n) = eyewitness (Luke 1:2)
  112. δίκαιος dikaios (a) = righteous (Luke 1:6)
  113. ῥῆμα hray’-mah (n) = word (Luke 3:2)
  114. εὐαγγελίζω euangelizō (v) = proclaim good news (Luke 4:18)
  115. πόλις pol’-is (n) = city (Luke 5:12)
  116. ἀνήρ anēr (n) = man; husband (Luke 5:12)
  117. θεραπεύω therapeuō (v) = to heal (Luke 5:15)
  118. σπλαγχνίζομαι splagchnizomai (v) = compassion (Mark 8:2)
  119. ἰχθύς ikh-thoos’ (n) = fish (Luke 9:13)
  120. ἁμαρτωλός hamartōlos (n) = sinner (Luke 15:1)
  121. πρόβατον probaton (n) = sheep (Luke 15:4)
  122. εὐφραίνω euphrainō (v) = celebrate (Luke 15:23)
  123. βρέφος brephos (n) = infant (Luke 18:15)
  124. ἅπτω haptō (v) = touch (Luke 18:15)
  125. διδάσκαλος didaskalos (n) = teacher (Luke 18:18)
  126. δέκα deka (n) = ten (Luke 19:13)
  127. πάσχα pascha (n) = passover (Luke 22:1)
  128. λαός laos (n) = people (Luke 22:2)
  129. οἰκία oikia (n) = house (Luke 22:10)
  130. βασιλεύς basileus (n) = king (Luke 23:1)
  131. σταυρός stauros (n) = cross (Luke 23:26)
  132. θυγάτηρ thoo-gat’-air (n) = daughter (Luke 23:28)
  133. τρίτος tritos  (n) = three (Luke 24:27)
  134. ἄρτος artos (n) = bread (John 6:35)
  135. σκοτία skotia (n) = darkness (John 8:12)
  136. ψεῦδος pseudos (n) = a lie (John 8:43)
  137. θύρα thoo’-rah (n) = door (John 10:7)
  138. εἷς heis (num) = one (John 10:30)
  139. ἀνάστασις an-as’-tas-is (n) = resurrection (John 11:25)
  140. ὁδός hodos (n) = way (John 14:6)
  141. τηρέω tēreō (v) = to keep (John 14:15)
  142. ἐντολή entolē (n) = a commandment (John 14:15)
  143. ἄμπελος ampelos (n) = a vine (John 15:1)
  144. γλῶσσα glōssa (n) = language (Acts 2:4)
  145. ἔθνος ethnos (n) = nation; gentiles (Acts 2:5)
  146. πίμπλημι pimplēmi (v) = to fill (Acts 4:8)
  147. σῴζω sōzō (v) = to save (Acts 4:12)
  148. πειθαρχέω peitharcheō (v) = obey (Acts 5:29)
  149. διακονία diakonia (n) = ministry (Acts 6:4)
  150. (43) χείρ cheir (n) = hand (Acts 6:6)
  151. (56) χάρις charis (n) = grace (Acts 6:8)
  152. (25) λόγος logos (n) = Word (John 1:1)
  153. (9) ἐκκλησία ekklēsia (n) = church; a gathering of citizens called out from their homes into some public place, an assembly (Acts 8:1)
  154. (73) χαρά khar-ah (n) = joy (Acts 8:8)
  155. (142) ὁδός hodos (n) = way (John 14:6)
  156. (51) διώκω diōkō (v) = to persecute (Acts 9:5)
  157. (40) φοβέω phobeō (v) = to fear (Acts 10:2)
  158. (24) οἶκος oikos (n) = house (Acts 10:17)
  159. (47) βαπτίζω baptizō (v) = to baptize (Acts 19:5)
  160. (148) ἔθνος ethnos (n) = nation; gentiles (Acts 2:5)
  161. (48) ἀπολογία apologia (n) = defense (Acts 22:1)
  162. (49) νόμος nomos (n) = law (Acts 21:28)
  163. (105) προσκυνέω proskyneō (v) = to worship (Acts 24:12)
  164. (50) ἐλπίς elpis (n) = hope (Acts 24:14)
  165. (141) ἀνάστασις an-as’-tas-is (n) = resurrection (John 11:25)
  166. πέλαγος pelagos  (n) = sea (Acts 27:2)
  167. πλοῖον ploion (n) = ship (Acts 27:4)
  168. ἄνεμος anemos (n) = wind (Acts 27:7)
  169. (16) εὐαγγέλιον euangelion (n) = gospel (Romans 1:16)
  170. (55) δικαιοσύνη dikaiosynē (n) = righteousness (Romans 1:17)
  171. (54) ἀλήθεια alētheia (n) = truth (John 8:32)
  172. (108) μετανοέω metanoeō (v) = repent (Mark 6:12)
  173. (90) ἐπαγγελία epangelia (n) promise (Romans 9:8)
  174. ἐκλογή eklogē (n) = election (Romans 9:11)
  175. (101) ἀκούω akouō (v) = to hear (Romans 10:14)
  176. ὡραῖος hōraios (a) = beautiful (Romans 10:15)
  177. πούς. pous (n) = a foot (Romans 10:15)
  178. (62) νοῦς nous (n) = mind (Romans 12:2)
  179. (56) χάρις charis (n) = grace (Acts 6:8)
  180. φρονέω phroneō (v) = to think (Romans 12:3)
  181. (33) ἀγαπάω agapaō (v) = to love (John 14:15)
  182. κακός kakos (n) = evil (Romans 12:21)
  183. (63) ἀγαθός agathos (n) = good (Luke 18:18)
  184. (74) χαίρω khairō (v) = rejoice (Rom. 12:15)
  185. (72) εἰρήνη i-ray’-na (n) = peace (Rom. 15:13)
  186. (73) χαρά khar-ah (n) = joy (Acts 8:8)
  187. (81) ἔργον ergon (n) = work; deed (Rom. 15:18)
  188. (16) εὐαγγέλιον euangelion (n) = gospel (Romans 1:16)
  189. ἐγείρω egeirō (v) = to raise (1 Cor. 15:3)
  190. γραφή graphē (n) = the Scriptures (1 Cor. 15:3)
  191. (67) παράκλησις paraklēsis (n) = comfort (2 Cor. 1:3)
  192. ῥύομαι rhyomai (v) = to deliver (2 Cor. 1:10)
  193. (89) διαθήκη diathēkē (n) = covenant (Romans 9:4)
  194. (90) ἐπαγγελία epangelia (n) promise (Romans 9:8)
  195. (85) θάνατος thanatos (n) = death (2 Cor. 1:9)
  196. σκῆνος skēnos (n) = tent (2 Cor. 5:1)
  197. καινός kainos (a) = new (2 Cor. 2:17)
  198. (55) δικαιοσύνη dikaiosynē (n) = righteousness (Romans 1:17)
  199. (40) φοβέω phobeō (v) = to fear (Acts 10:2)
  200. φόβος phobos (n) = fear (2 Cor. 5:11)
  201. (97) περιπατέω peripateō (v) = to walk (2 Cor. 10:3)
  202. (68) καυχάομαι kauchaomai (v) = boast (2 Cor. 11:16)
  203. (69) ἀσθένεια astheneia (n) = weakness (2 Cor. 11:30)
  204. (61) σάρξ sarx (n) = flesh (Romans 9:8)
  205. (190) ἐγείρω egeirō (v) = to raise (1 Cor. 15:3)
  206. καλέω kaleō (v) = to call (Gal 1:6)
  207. ἀρέσκω areskō (v) = to please (Gal 1:10)
  208. (81) ἔργον ergon (n) = work; deed (Rom. 15:18)
  209. (49) νόμος nomos (n) = law (Acts 21:28)
  210. ἀνόητος anoētos (a) = foolish (Gal 3:1)

4 thoughts on “Greek Words

  1. My head is spinning with Greek words, they are spinning the most when you tell me “heaven!” or “believe is…?” in the meetings

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