2
annaV,n {}
1) high priest of the Jews, elevated to the priesthood by Quirinius the governor of Syria c. 6 or 7 A.D., but afterwards deposed by Valerius Gratus, the procurator of Judaea, who put in his place, first Ismael, son of Phabi, and shortly after Eleazar, son of Annas. From the latter, the office passed to Simon; from Simon c. 18 A.D. to Caiaphas; but Annas even after he had been put out of office, continued to have great influence.
13085
John 18:13
ανναν
13305
John 18:24
αννας
3
- a Greek either by nationality, whether a native of the main land or of the Greek islands or colonies
- in a wider sense the name embraces all nations not Jews that made the language, customs, and learning of the Greeks their own; the primary reference is to a difference of religion and worship
5472
John 7:35
ελληνων
5478
John 7:35
ελληνας
9485
John 12:20
ελληνες
5
in Hebrew, i.e. in Chaldee
2878
John 5:2
εβραιστι
13904
John 19:13
εβραιστι
13972
John 19:17
εβραιστι
14032
John 19:20
εβραιστι
14753
John 20:16
εβραιστι
1
Greek
14034
John 19:20
ελληνιστι
12
Jerusalem
267
John 1:19
ιεροσολυμων
1049
John 2:13
ιεροσολυμα
1211
John 2:23
ιεροσολυμοις
2258
John 4:20
ιεροσολυμοις
2283
John 4:21
ιεροσολυμοις
2670
John 4:45
ιεροσολυμοις
2866
John 5:1
ιεροσολυμα
2871
John 5:2
ιεροσολυμοις
7884
John 10:22
ιεροσολυμοις
8473
John 11:18
ιεροσολυμων
9101
John 11:55
ιεροσολυμα
9359
John 12:12
ιεροσολυμα
1
A citizen or inhabitant of Jerusalem
5284
John 7:25
ιεροσολυμιτων
1
Latin
14033
John 19:20
ρωμαιστι
1
A resident of the city of Rome, a Roman citizen
8971
John 11:48
ρωμαιοι
11
abraam,n {}
1) the son of Terah and the founder of the Jewish nation
6312
John 8:33
αβρααμ
6371
John 8:37
αβρααμ
6409
John 8:39
αβρααμ
6418
John 8:39
αβρααμ
6423
John 8:39
αβρααμ
6442
John 8:40
αβρααμ
6675
John 8:52
αβρααμ
6703
John 8:53
αβρααμ
6764
John 8:56
αβρααμ
6790
John 8:57
αβρααμ
6800
John 8:58
αβρααμ
5
andreaV,n {}
1) A native of Bethsaida in Galilee, brother of Simon Peter, a disciple of John the Baptist, and afterwards an apostle of Christ. He is said to have been crucified at Patrae in Archaia.
605
John 1:40
ανδρεας
687
John 1:44
ανδρεου
3752
John 6:8
ανδρεας
9519
John 12:22
ανδρεα
9521
John 12:22
ανδρεας
1
arimaqaia,n {}
1) the name of several cities in Palestine The one mentioned in Mat. 27:57, Mk 15:43, Lk. 23:51, Jn 19:38 appears to have been the same as the birthplace of Samuel in Mount Ephraim.
14372
John 19:38
αριμαθαιας
1
efraim,n {}
1) a city about a short day's journey from Jerusalem
9082
John 11:54
εφραιμ
2
Elijah = "my God is Jehovah"
a prophet born at Thisbe, the unflinching champion of the theocracy in the reigns of the idolatrous kings Ahab and Ahaziah. He was taken up to heaven without dying, whence the Jews expected he would return just before the advent of the Messiah, whom he would prepare the minds of the Israelites to receive.
296
John 1:21
ηλιας
362
John 1:25
ηλιας
4
Isaiah, a famous Hebrew prophet who prophesied in the reigns of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah
337
John 1:23
ησαιας
9816
John 12:38
ησαιου
9842
John 12:39
ησαιας
9868
John 12:41
ησαιας
3
iakwb,n {}
1) was the second son of Isaac 2) the father of Joseph, the husband of Mary
1975
John 4:5
ιακωβ
1986
John 4:6
ιακωβ
2108
John 4:12
ιακωβ
244
Jesus = "Jehovah is salvation"
Jesus, the Son of God, the Saviour of mankind, God incarnate
Jesus Barabbas was the captive robber whom the Jews begged Pilate to release instead of Christ
Joshua was the famous captain of the Israelites, Moses' successor (Ac. 7:45, Heb. 4:
Jesus, son of Eliezer, one of the ancestors of Christ (Lu. 3:
Jesus, surnamed Justus, a Jewish Christian, an associate with Paul in the preaching of the gospel
235
John 1:17
ιησου
414
John 1:29
ιησουν
540
John 1:36
ιησου
558
John 1:37
ιησου
562
John 1:38
ιησους
643
John 1:42
ιησουν
647
John 1:42
ιησους
675
John 1:43
ιησους
707
John 1:45
ιησουν
733
John 1:47
ιησους
758
John 1:48
ιησους
789
John 1:50
ιησους
846
John 2:1
ιησου
852
John 2:2
ιησους
867
John 2:3
ιησου
877
John 2:4
ιησους
921
John 2:7
ιησους
998
John 2:11
ιησους
1051
John 2:13
ιησους
1141
John 2:19
ιησους
1205
John 2:22
ιησους
1232
John 2:24
ιησους
1306
John 3:3
ιησους
1350
John 3:5
ιησους
1431
John 3:10
ιησους
1660
John 3:22
ιησους
1923
John 4:1
ιησους
1929
John 4:1
ιησους
1938
John 4:2
ιησους
1989
John 4:6
ιησους
2013
John 4:7
ιησους
2052
John 4:10
ιησους
2128
John 4:13
ιησους
2213
John 4:17
ιησους
2268
John 4:21
ιησους
2362
John 4:26
ιησους
2465
John 4:34
ιησους
2644
John 4:44
ιησους
2707
John 4:47
ιησους
2733
John 4:48
ιησους
2760
John 4:50
ιησους
2775
John 4:50
ιησους
2828
John 4:53
ιησους
2848
John 4:54
ιησους
2864
John 5:1
ιησους
2909
John 5:7
ιησους
2953
John 5:8
ιησους
3035
John 5:13
ιησους
3047
John 5:14
ιησους
3073
John 5:15
ιησους
3086
John 5:16
ιησουν
3094
John 5:17
ιησους
3135
John 5:19
ιησους
3652
John 6:1
ιησους
3679
John 6:3
ιησους
3701
John 6:5
ιησους
3776
John 6:10
ιησους
3801
John 6:11
ιησους
3865
John 6:15
ιησους
3915
John 6:17
ιησους
3933
John 6:19
ιησουν
3998
John 6:22
ιησους
4029
John 6:24
ιησους
4048
John 6:24
ιησουν
4064
John 6:26
ιησους
4127
John 6:29
ιησους
4181
John 6:32
ιησους
4238
John 6:35
ιησους
4382
John 6:42
ιησους
4403
John 6:43
ιησους
4571
John 6:53
ιησους
4714
John 6:61
ιησους
4775
John 6:64
ιησους
4826
John 6:67
ιησους
4861
John 6:70
ιησους
4894
John 7:1
ιησους
4976
John 7:6
ιησους
5109
John 7:14
ιησους
5130
John 7:16
ιησους
5217
John 7:21
ιησους
5330
John 7:28
ιησους
5425
John 7:33
ιησους
5511
John 7:37
ιησους
5557
John 7:39
ιησους
5749
John 8:1
ιησους
5826
John 8:6
ιησους
5882
John 8:10
ιησους
5899
John 8:11
ιησους
5916
John 8:12
ιησους
5955
John 8:14
ιησους
6054
John 8:19
ιησους
6186
John 8:25
ιησους
6228
John 8:28
ιησους
6281
John 8:31
ιησους
6327
John 8:34
ιησους
6414
John 8:39
ιησους
6468
John 8:42
ιησους
6622
John 8:49
ιησους
6714
John 8:54
ιησους
6794
John 8:58
ιησους
6811
John 8:59
ιησους
6845
John 9:3
ιησους
6978
John 9:11
ιησους
7028
John 9:14
ιησους
7402
John 9:35
ιησους
7433
John 9:37
ιησους
7455
John 9:39
ιησους
7494
John 9:41
ιησους
7605
John 10:6
ιησους
7619
John 10:7
ιησους
7890
John 10:23
ιησους
7924
John 10:25
ιησους
8027
John 10:32
ιησους
8066
John 10:34
ιησους
8258
John 11:4
ιησους
8284
John 11:5
ιησους
8335
John 11:9
ιησους
8401
John 11:13
ιησους
8421
John 11:14
ιησους
8457
John 11:17
ιησους
8501
John 11:20
ιησους
8517
John 11:21
ιησουν
8545
John 11:23
ιησους
8567
John 11:25
ιησους
8650
John 11:30
ιησους
8704
John 11:32
ιησους
8724
John 11:33
ιησους
8755
John 11:35
ιησους
8784
John 11:38
ιησους
8804
John 11:39
ιησους
8824
John 11:40
ιησους
8842
John 11:41
ιησους
8903
John 11:44
ιησους
8940
John 11:46
ιησους
9031
John 11:51
ιησους
9065
John 11:54
ιησους
9114
John 11:56
ιησουν
9153
John 12:1
ιησους
9169
John 12:1
ιησους
9202
John 12:3
ιησου
9270
John 12:7
ιησους
9310
John 12:9
ιησουν
9342
John 12:11
ιησουν
9357
John 12:12
ιησους
9387
John 12:14
ιησους
9419
John 12:16
ιησους
9511
John 12:21
ιησουν
9527
John 12:22
ιησου
9530
John 12:23
ιησους
9669
John 12:30
ιησους
9753
John 12:35
ιησους
9796
John 12:36
ιησους
9910
John 12:44
ιησους
10051
John 13:1
ιησους
10160
John 13:7
ιησους
10188
John 13:8
ιησους
10219
John 13:10
ιησους
10404
John 13:21
ιησους
10442
John 13:23
ιησου
10446
John 13:23
ιησους
10467
John 13:25
ιησου
10475
John 13:26
ιησους
10510
John 13:27
ιησους
10537
John 13:29
ιησους
10565
John 13:31
ιησους
10657
John 13:36
ιησους
10687
John 13:38
ιησους
10784
John 14:6
ιησους
10834
John 14:9
ιησους
11108
John 14:23
ιησους
12067
John 16:19
ιησους
12321
John 16:31
ιησους
12369
John 17:1
ιησους
12423
John 17:3
ιησουν
12867
John 18:1
ιησους
12901
John 18:2
ιησους
12930
John 18:4
ιησους
12946
John 18:5
ιησουν
12984
John 18:7
ιησουν
12988
John 18:8
ιησους
13045
John 18:11
ιησους
13078
John 18:12
ιησουν
13116
John 18:15
ιησου
13133
John 18:15
ιησου
13216
John 18:19
ιησουν
13228
John 18:20
ιησους
13279
John 18:22
ιησου
13287
John 18:23
ιησους
13369
John 18:28
ιησουν
13452
John 18:32
ιησου
13472
John 18:33
ιησουν
13483
John 18:34
ιησους
13515
John 18:36
ιησους
13567
John 18:37
ιησους
13661
John 19:1
ιησουν
13720
John 19:5
ιησους
13802
John 19:9
ιησου
13808
John 19:9
ιησους
13835
John 19:11
ιησους
13895
John 19:13
ιησουν
13958
John 19:16
ιησουν
13988
John 19:18
ιησουν
14003
John 19:19
ιησους
14028
John 19:20
ιησους
14069
John 19:23
ιησουν
14138
John 19:25
ιησου
14156
John 19:26
ιησους
14199
John 19:28
ιησους
14231
John 19:30
ιησους
14296
John 19:33
ιησουν
14376
John 19:38
ιησου
14389
John 19:38
ιησου
14425
John 19:40
ιησου
14473
John 19:42
ιησουν
14513
John 20:2
ιησους
14678
John 20:12
ιησου
14708
John 20:14
ιησουν
14714
John 20:14
ιησους
14718
John 20:15
ιησους
14747
John 20:16
ιησους
14760
John 20:17
ιησους
14832
John 20:19
ιησους
14864
John 20:21
ιησους
14912
John 20:24
ιησους
14975
John 20:26
ιησους
15034
John 20:29
ιησους
15053
John 20:30
ιησους
15072
John 20:31
ιησους
15095
John 21:1
ιησους
15164
John 21:4
ιησους
15174
John 21:4
ιησους
15180
John 21:5
ιησους
15224
John 21:7
ιησους
15291
John 21:10
ιησους
15326
John 21:12
ιησους
15345
John 21:13
ιησους
15361
John 21:14
ιησους
15375
John 21:15
ιησους
15453
John 21:17
ιησους
15512
John 21:20
ιησους
15539
John 21:21
ιησου
15547
John 21:22
ιησους
15579
John 21:23
ιησους
15621
John 21:25
ιησους
3
Jordan, the one river of Palestine, has its course of little more than 200 miles (300 km), from the roots of Anti-Lebanon to the head of the Dead Sea.
404
John 1:28
ιορδανου
1731
John 3:26
ιορδανου
8165
John 10:40
ιορδανου
9
ioudaV,n {}
1) the fourth son of Jacob 2) an unknown ancestor of Christ 3) a man surnamed the Galilean, who at the time of the census of Quirinus, excited the revolt in Galilee, Acts 5:37 4) a certain Jew of Damascus, Acts 9:11 5) a prophet surnamed Barsabas, of the church at Jerusalem, Acts 15:22,27,32 6) the apostle, Jn 14:22, who was surnamed Lebbaeus or Thaddaeus, and according to opinion wrote the Epistle of Jude. 7) the half-brother of Jesus, Mt. 13:55 8) Judas Iscariot, the apostle who betrayed Jesus
4877
John 6:71
ιουδαν
9222
John 12:4
ιουδας
10090
John 13:2
ιουδας
10493
John 13:26
ιουδα
10532
John 13:29
ιουδας
11090
John 14:22
ιουδας
12892
John 18:2
ιουδας
12909
John 18:3
ιουδας
12956
John 18:5
ιουδας
7
ioudaia,n {}
1) in a narrower sense, to the southern portion of Palestine lying on this side of the Jordan and the Dead Sea, to distinguish it from Samaria, Galilee, Peraea, and Idumaea 2) in a broader sense, referring to all Palestine
1667
John 3:22
ιουδαιαν
1948
John 4:3
ιουδαιαν
2711
John 4:47
ιουδαιας
2852
John 4:54
ιουδαιας
4903
John 7:1
ιουδαια
4933
John 7:3
ιουδαιαν
8317
John 11:7
ιουδαιαν
70
ioudaioV,a {}
1) Jewish, belonging to the Jewish nation 2) Jewish as respects to birth, origin, religion
265
John 1:19
ιουδαιοι
910
John 2:6
ιουδαιων
1045
John 2:13
ιουδαιων
1129
John 2:18
ιουδαιοι
1158
John 2:20
ιουδαιοι
1272
John 3:1
ιουδαιων
1713
John 3:25
ιουδαιου
2037
John 4:9
ιουδαιος
2049
John 4:9
ιουδαιοι
2301
John 4:22
ιουδαιων
2861
John 5:1
ιουδαιων
2984
John 5:10
ιουδαιοι
3071
John 5:15
ιουδαιοις
3084
John 5:16
ιουδαιοι
3112
John 5:18
ιουδαιοι
3695
John 6:4
ιουδαιων
4363
John 6:41
ιουδαιοι
4556
John 6:52
ιουδαιοι
4909
John 7:1
ιουδαιοι
4917
John 7:2
ιουδαιων
5058
John 7:11
ιουδαιοι
5102
John 7:13
ιουδαιων
5118
John 7:15
ιουδαιοι
5455
John 7:35
ιουδαιοι
6117
John 8:22
ιουδαιοι
6286
John 8:31
ιουδαιους
6606
John 8:48
ιουδαιοι
6669
John 8:52
ιουδαιοι
6782
John 8:57
ιουδαιοι
7115
John 9:18
ιουδαιοι
7199
John 9:22
ιουδαιους
7204
John 9:22
ιουδαιοι
7847
John 10:19
ιουδαιοις
7903
John 10:24
ιουδαιοι
8020
John 10:31
ιουδαιοι
8045
John 10:33
ιουδαιοι
8329
John 11:8
ιουδαιοι
8482
John 11:19
ιουδαιων
8667
John 11:31
ιουδαιοι
8734
John 11:33
ιουδαιους
8759
John 11:36
ιουδαιοι
8914
John 11:45
ιουδαιων
9071
John 11:54
ιουδαιοις
9096
John 11:55
ιουδαιων
9301
John 12:9
ιουδαιων
9337
John 12:11
ιουδαιων
10607
John 13:33
ιουδαιοις
13075
John 18:12
ιουδαιων
13104
John 18:14
ιουδαιοις
13246
John 18:20
ιουδαιοι
13442
John 18:31
ιουδαιοι
13481
John 18:33
ιουδαιων
13500
John 18:35
ιουδαιος
13546
John 18:36
ιουδαιοις
13612
John 18:38
ιουδαιους
13640
John 18:39
ιουδαιων
13690
John 19:3
ιουδαιων
13768
John 19:7
ιουδαιοι
13866
John 19:12
ιουδαιοι
13919
John 19:14
ιουδαιοις
14009
John 19:19
ιουδαιων
14017
John 19:20
ιουδαιων
14042
John 19:21
ιουδαιων
14048
John 19:21
ιουδαιων
14056
John 19:21
ιουδαιων
14243
John 19:31
ιουδαιοι
14383
John 19:38
ιουδαιων
14437
John 19:40
ιουδαιοις
14465
John 19:42
ιουδαιων
14829
John 20:19
ιουδαιων
5
Iscariot = "men of Kerioth", the apostle who betrayed Jesus
4879
John 6:71
ισκαριωτου
9224
John 12:4
ισκαριωτης
10092
John 13:2
ισκαριωτου
10495
John 13:26
ισκαριωτου
11093
John 14:22
ισκαριωτης
4
Israel = "he shall be a prince of God"
the name given to the patriarch Jacob (and borne by him in addition to his former name)
the family or descendants of Israel, the nation of Israel
Christians, the Israel of God (Gal 6:
457
John 1:31
ισραηλ
787
John 1:49
ισραηλ
1440
John 3:10
ισραηλ
9383
John 12:13
ισραηλ
1
An Israelite, one of the nation of Israel, a name to be held in honour
745
John 1:47
ισραηλιτης
23
{ee-o-an'-nace}
1) John the Baptist was the son of Zacharias and Elisabeth, the forerunner of Christ. By order of Herod Antipas he was cast into prison and afterwards beheaded. 2) John the apostle, the writer of the Fourth Gospel, son of Zebedee and Salome, brother of James the elder. He is that disciple who (without mention by name) is spoken of in the Fourth Gospel as especially dear to Jesus and according to the traditional opinion is the author of the book of Revelation. 3) John surnamed Mark, the companion of Barnabas and Paul. Acts 12: 4) John a certain man, a member of the Sanhedrin Acts 5:6
69
John 1:6
ιωαννης
189
John 1:15
ιωαννης
259
John 1:19
ιωαννου
369
John 1:26
ιωαννης
408
John 1:28
ιωαννης
467
John 1:32
ιωαννης
530
John 1:35
ιωαννης
617
John 1:40
ιωαννου
654
John 1:42
ιωαννου
1680
John 3:23
ιωαννης
1704
John 3:24
ιωαννης
1711
John 3:25
ιωαννου
1720
John 3:26
ιωαννην
1744
John 3:27
ιωαννης
1936
John 4:1
ιωαννης
3418
John 5:33
ιωαννην
3462
John 5:36
ιωαννου
8171
John 10:40
ιωαννης
8186
John 10:41
ιωαννης
8195
John 10:41
ιωαννης
15377
John 21:15
ιωαννου
15402
John 21:16
ιωαννου
15425
John 21:17
ιωαννου
4
Joseph
710
John 1:45
ιωσηφ
1977
John 4:5
ιωσηφ
4385
John 6:42
ιωσηφ
14369
John 19:38
ιωσηφ
1
ainwn,n {}
1) Ainon, the name of a place "near to Salim" at which John baptised
1683
John 3:23
αινων
2
barabbaV,n {}
1) the captive robber whom the Jews begged Pilate to release instead of Christ
13649
John 18:40
βαραββαν
13653
John 18:40
βαραββας
4
Bethany = "house of dates" or, "house of misery"
a village at the Mount of Olives, about two miles (3 km) from Jerusalem, on or near the normal road to Jericho a town or village on the east bank of the Jordan, where John was baptising
400
John 1:28
βηθανια
8212
John 11:1
βηθανιας
8470
John 11:18
βηθανια
9161
John 12:1
βηθανιαν
1
Bethleem
5602
John 7:42
βηθλεεμ
2
Bethsaida = "house of fish"
a small fishing village on the west shore of Lake Gennesaret, home of Andrew, Peter, Philip and John a village in lower Gaulanitis on the eastern shore of Lake Gennesaret, not far from where the Jordan empties into it
683
John 1:44
βηθσαιδα
9501
John 12:21
βηθσαιδα
1
Bethesda = "house of mercy" or "flowing water"
the name of a pool near the sheep-gate at Jerusalem, whose waters had curative powers
2879
John 5:2
βηθζαθα
2
David
5599
John 7:42
δαυιδ
5607
John 7:42
δαυιδ
3
didumoV,n {} 1) a surname for the apostle Thomas
8444
John 11:16
διδυμος
14905
John 20:24
διδυμος
15114
John 21:2
διδυμος
20
farisaioV,n {}
1) A sect that seems to have started after the Jewish exile. In addition to OT books the Pharisees recognised in oral tradition a standard of belief and life. They sought for distinction and praise by outward observance of external rites and by outward forms of piety, and such as ceremonial washings, fastings, prayers, and alms giving; and, comparatively negligent of genuine piety, they prided themselves on their fancied good works. They held strenuously to a belief in the existence of good and evil angels, and to the expectation of a Messiah; and they cherished the hope that the dead, after a preliminary experience either of reward or of penalty in Hades, would be recalled to life by him, and be requited each according to his individual deeds. In opposition to the usurped dominion of the Herods and the rule of the Romans, they stoutly upheld the theocracy and their country's cause, and possessed great influence with the common people. According to Josephus they numbered more than 6000. They were bitter enemies of Jesus and his cause; and were in turn severely rebuked by him for their avarice, ambition, hollow reliance on outward works, and affection of piety in order to gain popularity.
345
John 1:24
φαρισαιων
1266
John 3:1
φαρισαιων
1927
John 4:1
φαρισαιοι
5404
John 7:32
φαρισαιοι
5417
John 7:32
φαρισαιοι
5641
John 7:45
φαρισαιους
5662
John 7:47
φαρισαιοι
5678
John 7:48
φαρισαιων
5781
John 8:3
φαρισαιοι
5943
John 8:13
φαρισαιοι
7014
John 9:13
φαρισαιους
7040
John 9:15
φαρισαιοι
7061
John 9:16
φαρισαιων
7477
John 9:40
φαρισαιων
8934
John 11:46
φαρισαιους
8947
John 11:47
φαρισαιοι
9139
John 11:57
φαρισαιοι
9468
John 12:19
φαρισαιοι
9891
John 12:42
φαρισαιους
12920
John 18:3
φαρισαιων
12
farisaioV,n {}
1) A sect that seems to have started after the Jewish exile. In addition to OT books the Pharisees recognised in oral tradition a standard of belief and life. They sought for distinction and praise by outward observance of external rites and by outward forms of piety, and such as ceremonial washings, fastings, prayers, and alms giving; and, comparatively negligent of genuine piety, they prided themselves on their fancied good works. They held strenuously to a belief in the existence of good and evil angels, and to the expectation of a Messiah; and they cherished the hope that the dead, after a preliminary experience either of reward or of penalty in Hades, would be recalled to life by him, and be requited each according to his individual deeds. In opposition to the usurped dominion of the Herods and the rule of the Romans, they stoutly upheld the theocracy and their country's cause, and possessed great influence with the common people. According to Josephus they numbered more than 6000. They were bitter enemies of Jesus and his cause; and were in turn severely rebuked by him for their avarice, ambition, hollow reliance on outward works, and affection of piety in order to gain popularity.
670
John 1:43
φιλιππον
681
John 1:44
φιλιππος
691
John 1:45
φιλιππος
727
John 1:46
φιλιππος
765
John 1:48
φιλιππον
3712
John 6:5
φιλιππον
3733
John 6:7
φιλιππος
9498
John 12:21
φιλιππω
9515
John 12:22
φιλιππος
9523
John 12:22
φιλιππος
10822
John 14:8
φιλιππος
10844
John 14:9
φιλιππε
1
A palm tree, date palm
9364
John 12:13
φοινικων
1
gabbaqa,n {gab-bath-ah'}
1) a raised place, elevation
13906
John 19:13
γαββαθα
17
galilaia,n {}
1) the name of a region of northern Palestine, bounded on the north by Syria, on the west by Sidon, Tyre, Ptolemais and their territories and the promontory of Carmel, on the south by Samaria and on the east by the Jordan. It was divided into Upper Galilee and Lower Galilee.
667
John 1:43
γαλιλαιαν
840
John 2:1
γαλιλαιας
1002
John 2:11
γαλιλαιας
1954
John 4:3
γαλιλαιαν
2641
John 4:43
γαλιλαιαν
2660
John 4:45
γαλιλαιαν
2688
John 4:46
γαλιλαιας
2714
John 4:47
γαλιλαιαν
2855
John 4:54
γαλιλαιαν
3657
John 6:1
γαλιλαιας
4897
John 7:1
γαλιλαια
5036
John 7:9
γαλιλαια
5587
John 7:41
γαλιλαιας
5730
John 7:52
γαλιλαιας
5738
John 7:52
γαλιλαιας
9503
John 12:21
γαλιλαιας
15121
John 21:2
γαλιλαιας
1
galilaioV,a {}
1) a native of Galilee
2664
John 4:45
γαλιλαιοι
1
golgoqa,n {}
1) the name of a place outside Jerusalem where Jesus was crucified; so called, apparently because its form resembled a skull
13973
John 19:17
γολγοθα
5
The village of capernaum
1019
John 2:12
καφαρναουμ
2703
John 4:46
καφαρναουμ
3904
John 6:17
καφαρναουμ
4045
John 6:24
καφαρναουμ
4693
John 6:59
καφαρναουμ
5
kaiafaV,n {}
1) a high priest of the Jews appointed to that office by Valerius Gratus, governor of Judaea, after removal of Simon, son of Camith, A.D. 18, and was removed A.D. 36 by Vitellius, governor of Syria, who appointed Jonathan, son of Ananus (Annus, father-in-law of Caiaphas), his successor
8986
John 11:49
καιαφας
13091
John 18:13
καιαφα
13100
John 18:14
καιαφας
13308
John 18:24
καιαφαν
13372
John 18:28
καιαφα
3
kaisar,n {}
1) the surname of Julius Caesar, which adopted by Octavius Augustus and his successors afterwards became a title, and was appropriated by the Roman emperors as part of their title
13876
John 19:12
καισαρος
13884
John 19:12
καισαρι
13947
John 19:15
καισαρα
4
kana,n {}
1) a village in Galilee about 5 miles (8 km) NW from Nazareth
838
John 2:1
κανα
1000
John 2:11
κανα
2686
John 4:46
κανα
15119
John 21:2
κανα
1
kedrwn,n {}
1) the name of a winter torrent, rising near Jerusalem and flowing down through a valley of Kidron, having the Mount of Olives on the east, into the Dead Sea
12877
John 18:1
κεδρων
1
Cephas = "stone"
another name for the apostle Peter
657
John 1:42
κηφας
1
klwpaV,n {}
1) the father of James the less, the husband of Mary the sister of the mother of Jesus
14151
John 19:25
κλωπα
11
lazaroV,n {}
1) an inhabitant of Bethany, beloved by Christ and raised from the dead by him 2) a very poor and wretched person to whom Jesus referred to in Luke 16:20-25
8210
John 11:1
λαζαρος
8241
John 11:2
λαζαρος
8293
John 11:5
λαζαρον
8379
John 11:11
λαζαρος
8423
John 11:14
λαζαρος
8881
John 11:43
λαζαρε
9164
John 12:1
λαζαρος
9181
John 12:2
λαζαρος
9316
John 12:9
λαζαρον
9329
John 12:10
λαζαρον
9442
John 12:17
λαζαρον
1
{lyoo-ee'-tace}
1) one of the tribe of Levi. 2) in a narrower sense those were called Levites who, not being of the family of Aaron, for whom alone the priesthood was reserved, served as assistants to the priests. It was their duty to keep the sacred utensils and the temple clean, to provide the sacred loaves, to open and shut the gates of the temple, to sing the sacred hymns in the temple, and to do many other things.
270
John 1:19
λευιτας
1
malcoV,n {}
1) was the name of the servant of the high priest whose right ear Peter cut off at the time of Christ's arrest in the garden
13041
John 18:10
μαλχος
9
marqa,n {}
1) was the sister of Lazarus and Mary of Bethany
8218
John 11:1
μαρθας
8286
John 11:5
μαρθαν
8486
John 11:19
μαρθαν
8497
John 11:20
μαρθα
8514
John 11:21
μαρθα
8553
John 11:24
μαρθα
8664
John 11:30
μαρθα
8814
John 11:39
μαρθα
9177
John 12:2
μαρθα
3
Magdalene
A name given to Mary Magdalene, identifying her as from Magdala
14155
John 19:25
μαγδαληνη
14481
John 20:1
μαγδαληνη
14796
John 20:18
μαγδαληνη
15
maria,n {}
1) Mary the mother of Jesus 2) Mary Magdalene, a women from Magdala 3) Mary, the sister of Lazarus and Martha 4) Mary of Cleophas the mother of James the less 5) Mary the mother of John Mark, a sister of Barnabas 6) Mary, a Roman Christian who is greeted by Paul in Rom. 16:6
8216
John 11:1
μαριας
8224
John 11:2
μαριαμ
8488
John 11:19
μαριαμ
8505
John 11:20
μαριαμ
8624
John 11:28
μαριαμ
8680
John 11:31
μαριαμ
8699
John 11:32
μαριαμ
8919
John 11:45
μαριαμ
9191
John 12:3
μαριαμ
14148
John 19:25
μαρια
14153
John 19:25
μαρια
14479
John 20:1
μαρια
14642
John 20:11
μαρια
14748
John 20:16
μαριαμ
14794
John 20:18
μαριαμ
2
messiaV,n {}
1) the Greek form of Messiah 2) a name of Christ
634
John 1:41
μεσσιαν
2348
John 4:25
μεσσιας
13
Moses
The legislator of the Jewish people and in a certain sense the founder of the Jewish religion. He wrote the first five books of the Bible, commonly referred to as the Books of Moses.
227
John 1:17
μωυσεως
699
John 1:45
μωυσης
1497
John 3:14
μωυσης
3619
John 5:45
μωυσης
3627
John 5:46
μωυσει
4187
John 6:32
μωυσης
5191
John 7:19
μωυσης
5229
John 7:22
μωυσης
5238
John 7:22
μωυσεως
5260
John 7:23
μωυσεως
5806
John 8:5
μωυσης
7305
John 9:28
μωυσεως
7311
John 9:29
μωυσει
6
Nathanael = "gift of God"
An intimate disciple of Jesus Christ, he is commonly thought to be the same person as Bartholomew.
693
John 1:45
ναθαναηλ
717
John 1:46
ναθαναηλ
735
John 1:47
ναθαναηλ
753
John 1:48
ναθαναηλ
775
John 1:49
ναθαναηλ
15116
John 21:2
ναθαναηλ
2
Nazareth = "the guarded one"
the ordinary residence and home town of Christ
713
John 1:45
ναζαρετ
719
John 1:46
ναζαρετ
3
nazwraioV,n {}
1) an inhabitant of Nazareth 2) a title given to Jesus in the NT 3) a name given to Christians by the Jews, Ac. 24:5
12948
John 18:5
ναζωραιον
12986
John 18:7
ναζωραιον
14005
John 19:19
ναζωραιος
5
Nicodemus, a member of the Sanhedrin who took the part of Jesus
1267
John 3:1
νικοδημος
1330
John 3:4
νικοδημος
1422
John 3:9
νικοδημος
5691
John 7:50
νικοδημος
14404
John 19:39
νικοδημος
34
petroV,n {}
1) one of the twelve disciples of Jesus
609
John 1:40
πετρου
660
John 1:42
πετρος
689
John 1:44
πετρου
3756
John 6:8
πετρου
4837
John 6:68
πετρος
10150
John 13:6
πετρον
10177
John 13:8
πετρος
10202
John 13:9
πετρος
10451
John 13:24
πετρος
10651
John 13:36
πετρος
10671
John 13:37
πετρος
13018
John 18:10
πετρος
13047
John 18:11
πετρω
13118
John 18:15
πετρος
13141
John 18:16
πετρος
13164
John 18:16
πετρον
13168
John 18:17
πετρω
13205
John 18:18
πετρος
13314
John 18:25
πετρος
13346
John 18:26
πετρος
13361
John 18:27
πετρος
14504
John 20:2
πετρον
14532
John 20:3
πετρος
14554
John 20:4
πετρου
14574
John 20:6
πετρος
15109
John 21:2
πετρος
15136
John 21:3
πετρος
15226
John 21:7
πετρω
15232
John 21:7
πετρος
15302
John 21:11
πετρος
15373
John 21:15
πετρω
15430
John 21:17
πετρος
15505
John 21:20
πετρος
15536
John 21:21
πετρος
20
pilatoV,n {}
1) the sixth Roman procurator of Judah and Samaria who ordered Christ to be crucified
13396
John 18:29
πιλατος
13428
John 18:31
πιλατος
13468
John 18:33
πιλατος
13497
John 18:35
πιλατος
13560
John 18:37
πιλατος
13601
John 18:38
πιλατος
13659
John 19:1
πιλατος
13700
John 19:4
πιλατος
13752
John 19:6
πιλατος
13787
John 19:8
πιλατος
13817
John 19:10
πιλατος
13860
John 19:12
πιλατος
13887
John 19:13
πιλατος
13934
John 19:15
πιλατος
13994
John 19:19
πιλατος
14038
John 19:21
πιλατω
14059
John 19:22
πιλατος
14268
John 19:31
πιλατον
14368
John 19:38
πιλατον
14393
John 19:38
πιλατος
7
qwmaV,n {}
1) one of the apostles
8441
John 11:16
θωμας
10770
John 14:5
θωμας
14897
John 20:24
θωμας
14970
John 20:26
θωμας
14991
John 20:27
θωμα
15020
John 20:28
θωμας
15111
John 21:2
θωμας
1
Salim
1686
John 3:23
σαλειμ
3
samareia,n {}
1) a territory in Palestine, which had Samaria as its capital
1961
John 4:4
σαμαρειας
1967
John 4:5
σαμαρειας
2007
John 4:7
σαμαρειας
4
A Samaritan,
an inhabitant of the city of Samaria
an inhabitant of the region of Samaria
2050
John 4:9
σαμαριταις
2570
John 4:39
σαμαριτων
2589
John 4:40
σαμαριται
6615
John 8:48
σαμαριτης
2
A Samaritan woman
2034
John 4:9
σαμαριτις
2044
John 4:9
σαμαριτιδος
1
satanaV,n {}
1) adversary (one who opposes another in purpose or act), the name given to 1a) the prince of evil spirits, the inveterate adversary of God and Christ 1a1) he incites apostasy from God and to sin 1a2) circumventing men by his wiles 1a3) the worshippers of idols are said to be under his control 1a4) by his demons he is able to take possession of men and inflict them with diseases 1a5) by God's assistance he is overcome 1a6) on Christ's return from heaven he will be bound with chains for a thousand years, but when the thousand years are finished he will walk the earth in yet greater power, but shortly after will be given over to eternal punishment 1b) a Satan-like man
10505
John 13:27
σατανας
25
simwn,n {}
1) Peter was one of the apostles 2) Simon called Zelotes or the Kanaites 3) Simon, father of Judas who betrayed Jesus. 4) Simon Magus, the Samaritan wizard 5) Simon the tanner, Ac. 10 6) Simon the Pharisee, Luke 7:40-44 7) Simon of Cyrene who carried the cross of Christ 8) Simon the cousin of Jesus, the son of Cleophas 9) Simon the leper, so called to distinguish him from others of the same name
608
John 1:40
σιμωνος
628
John 1:41
σιμωνα
651
John 1:42
σιμων
3755
John 6:8
σιμωνος
4836
John 6:68
σιμων
4878
John 6:71
σιμωνος
10091
John 13:2
σιμωνος
10149
John 13:6
σιμωνα
10201
John 13:9
σιμων
10450
John 13:24
σιμων
10494
John 13:26
σιμωνος
10650
John 13:36
σιμων
13016
John 18:10
σιμων
13117
John 18:15
σιμων
13313
John 18:25
σιμων
14503
John 20:2
σιμωνα
14573
John 20:6
σιμων
15108
John 21:2
σιμων
15135
John 21:3
σιμων
15230
John 21:7
σιμων
15301
John 21:11
σιμων
15372
John 21:15
σιμωνι
15376
John 21:15
σιμων
15401
John 21:16
σιμων
15424
John 21:17
σιμων
2
silwam,n {}
1) the Pool of Siloam, a fountain of water in Jerusalem, also called Shiloah in Isa. 8:6 2) the Tower of Siloam, may have been a tower near or over the Pool of Siloam, which fell down killing 18 men; very likely they were purifying themselves. (Gill)
6915
John 9:7
σιλωαμ
6993
John 9:11
σιλωαμ
1
siwn,n {}
1) the hill on which the higher and more ancient part of Jerusalem was built 1a) the southwestern most and highest of the hills on which the city was built 2) often used of the entire city of Jerusalem 3) since Jerusalem because the temple stood there, was called the dwelling place of God
9398
John 12:15
σιων
1
solomwn,n {}
1) the son of David and was the wisest and richest king that ever lived
7898
John 10:23
σολομωνος
1
sucar,n {}
1) probably another name for the town of Shechem, a town in Samaria, near the well of Jacob
1969
John 4:5
συχαρ
3
tiberiaV,n {}
1) a city of Galilee near the Lake of Gennesaret, which Herod Antipas, tetrarch of Galilee, greatly enlarged and beautified, and named Tiberias in honour of Tiberias Caesar
3659
John 6:1
τιβεριαδος
4012
John 6:23
τιβεριαδος
15102
John 21:1
τιβεριαδος
19
cristoV,n {}
1) Christ was the Messiah, the Son of God 2) anointed
236
John 1:17
χριστου
289
John 1:20
χριστος
360
John 1:25
χριστος
638
John 1:41
χριστος
1772
John 3:28
χριστος
2352
John 4:25
χριστος
2420
John 4:29
χριστος
5308
John 7:26
χριστος
5316
John 7:27
χριστος
5392
John 7:31
χριστος
5579
John 7:41
χριστος
5589
John 7:41
χριστος
5610
John 7:42
χριστος
7210
John 9:22
χριστον
7917
John 10:24
χριστος
8608
John 11:27
χριστος
9726
John 12:34
χριστος
12424
John 17:3
χριστον
15075
John 20:31
χριστος
1
zebedaioV,n {}
1) a fisherman of Galilee, the father of the apostles James the Great and John, and the husband of Salome
15125
John 21:2
ζεβεδαιου
5
agioV,a {hag'-ee-os}
1) most holy thing, a saint
513
John 1:33
αγιω
4855
John 6:69
αγιος
11169
John 14:26
αγιον
12562
John 17:11
αγιε
14885
John 20:22
αγιον
1
allomai,v {hal'-lom-ahee}
1) to leap 2) to spring up, gush up: of water
2169
John 4:14
αλλομενου
1
apaV,a {hap'-as}
1) quite, all, the whole, all together, all
2358
John 4:25
απαντα
1
aptw,v {hap'-to}
1) to fasten to, adhere to 1a) to fasten fire to a thing, kindle, set of fire
14763
John 20:17
απτου
4
agiazw,v {hag-ee-ad'-zo}
1) to render or acknowledge, or to be venerable or hallow 2) to separate from profane things and dedicate to God 2a) consecrate things to God 2b) dedicate people to God 3) to purify 3a) to cleanse externally 3b) to purify by expiation: free from the guilt of sin 3c) to purify internally by renewing of the soul
8099
John 10:36
ηγιασεν
12679
John 17:17
αγιασον
12706
John 17:19
αγιαζω
12712
John 17:19
ηγιασμενοι
1
agnizw,v {hag-nid'-zo}
1) ceremonially 1a) to make pure, purify, cleanse 2) morally
9109
John 11:55
αγνισωσιν
1
alieuw,v {hal-ee-yoo'-o}
1) to fish
15138
John 21:3
αλιευειν
4
amartanw,v {ham-ar-tan'-o}
1) to be without a share in 2) to miss the mark 3) to err, be mistaken 4) to miss or wander from the path of uprightness and honour, to do or go wrong 5) to wander from the law of God, violate God's law, sin
3058
John 5:14
αμαρτανε
5910
John 8:11
αμαρτανε
6835
John 9:2
ημαρτεν
6848
John 9:3
ημαρτεν
17
amartia,n {ham-ar-tee'-ah}
1) equivalent to 264 1a) to be without a share in 1b) to miss the mark 1c) to err, be mistaken 1d) to miss or wander from the path of uprightness and honour, to do or go wrong 1e) to wander from the law of God, violate God's law, sin 2) that which is done wrong, sin, an offence, a violation of the divine law in thought or in act 3) collectively, the complex or aggregate of sins committed either by a single person or by many
428
John 1:29
αμαρτιαν
6104
John 8:21
αμαρτια
6163
John 8:24
αμαρτιαις
6175
John 8:24
αμαρτιαις
6337
John 8:34
αμαρτιαν
6341
John 8:34
αμαρτιας
6573
John 8:46
αμαρτιας
7389
John 9:34
αμαρτιαις
7501
John 9:41
αμαρτιαν
7508
John 9:41
αμαρτια
11691
John 15:22
αμαρτιαν
11701
John 15:22
αμαρτιας
11722
John 15:24
αμαρτιαν
11906
John 16:8
αμαρτιας
11914
John 16:9
αμαρτιας
13855
John 19:11
αμαρτιαν
14890
John 20:23
αμαρτιας
4
amartwloV,a {ham-ar-to-los'}
1) devoted to sin, a sinner 1a) not free from sin 1b) pre-eminently sinful, especially wicked 1b1) all wicked men 1b2) specifically of men stained with certain definite vices or crimes 1b2a) tax collectors, heathen
7081
John 9:16
αμαρτωλος
7246
John 9:24
αμαρτωλος
7252
John 9:25
αμαρτωλος
7346
John 9:31
αμαρτωλων
4
arpazw,v {har-pad'-zo}
1) to seize, carry off by force 2) to seize on, claim for one's self eagerly 3) to snatch out or away
3872
John 6:15
αρπαζειν
7725
John 10:12
αρπαζει
7985
John 10:28
αρπασει
8004
John 10:29
αρπαζειν
1
axioV,a {ax-ee'-oce}
1) weighing, having weight, having the weight of another thing of like value, worth as much 2) befitting, congruous, corresponding to a thing 3) of one who has merited anything worthy 3a) both in a good and a bad sense 1) suitably, worthily, in a manner worthy of
390
John 1:27
αξιος
3
aggeloV,n {ang'-el-os}
1) a messenger, envoy, one who is sent, an angel, a messenger from God
819
John 1:51
αγγελους
9665
John 12:29
αγγελος
14660
John 20:12
αγγελους
13
agw,v {ag'-o}
1) to lead, take with one 1a) to lead by laying hold of, and this way to bring to the point of destination: of an animal 1b) to lead by accompanying to (into) a place 1c) to lead with one's self, attach to one's self as an attendant 1d) to conduct, bring 1e) to lead away, to a court of justice, magistrate, etc. 2) to lead, 2a) to lead, guide, direct 2b) to lead through, conduct to: to something 2c) to move, impel: of forces and influences on the mind 3) to pass a day, keep or celebrate a feast, etc. 4) to go, depart
639
John 1:42
ηγαγεν
5649
John 7:45
ηγαγετε
5775
John 8:3
αγουσιν
7010
John 9:13
αγουσιν
7785
John 10:16
αγαγειν
8314
John 11:7
αγωμεν
8436
John 11:15
αγωμεν
8447
John 11:16
αγωμεν
11284
John 14:31
αγωμεν
13083
John 18:13
ηγαγον
13366
John 18:28
αγουσιν
13705
John 19:4
αγω
13892
John 19:13
ηγαγεν
1
akanqa,n {ak'-an-thah}
1) thorn, bramble 2) bush, brier, a thorny plant
13670
John 19:2
ακανθων
33
alloV,a {al'-loce}
1) another, other 1) otherwise
2535
John 4:37
αλλος
2540
John 4:37
αλλος
2551
John 4:38
αλλοι
2946
John 5:7
αλλος
3398
John 5:32
αλλος
3579
John 5:43
αλλος
3983
John 6:22
αλλο
4008
John 6:23
αλλα
5084
John 7:12
αλλοι
5574
John 7:41
αλλοι
6946
John 9:9
αλλοι
6951
John 9:9
αλλοι
7075
John 9:16
αλλοι
7772
John 10:16
αλλα
7864
John 10:21
αλλοι
9663
John 12:29
αλλοι
10977
John 14:16
αλλον
11720
John 15:24
αλλος
13120
John 18:15
αλλος
13152
John 18:16
αλλος
13490
John 18:34
αλλοι
13980
John 19:18
αλλους
14289
John 19:32
αλλου
14508
John 20:2
αλλον
14535
John 20:3
αλλος
14549
John 20:4
αλλος
14612
John 20:8
αλλος
14917
John 20:25
αλλοι
15049
John 20:30
αλλα
15127
John 21:2
αλλοι
15252
John 21:8
αλλοι
15479
John 21:18
αλλος
15616
John 21:25
αλλα
3
ampeloV,n {am'-pel-os}
1) a vine
11289
John 15:1
αμπελος
11349
John 15:4
αμπελω
11361
John 15:5
αμπελος
25
an,x {an}
1) has no exact English equivalent, see definitions under AV
498
John 1:33
αν
896
John 2:5
αν
2072
John 4:10
αν
2077
John 4:10
αν
2143
John 4:14
αν
3160
John 5:19
αν
3629
John 5:46
αν
6069
John 8:19
αν
6476
John 8:42
αν
7499
John 9:41
αν
8523
John 11:21
αν
8534
John 11:22
αν
8719
John 11:32
αν
10388
John 13:20
αν
10454
John 13:24
αν
10733
John 14:2
αν
10939
John 14:13
αν
11227
John 14:28
αν
11582
John 15:16
αν
11616
John 15:19
αν
12181
John 16:23
αν
13420
John 18:30
αν
13541
John 18:36
αν
14886
John 20:23
αν
14893
John 20:23
αν
1
anemoV,n {an'-em-os}
1) wind, a violent agitation and stream of air 2) a very strong tempestuous wind 3) the four principal or cardinal winds, hence the four corners of heaven
3919
John 6:18
ανεμου
59
anqrwpoV,n {anth'-ro-pos}
1) a human being, whether male or female 1a) generically, to include all human individuals 1b) to distinguish man from beings of a different order 1b1) of animals and plants 1b2) of from God and Christ 1b3) of the angels 1c) with the added notion of weakness, by which man is led into a mistake or prompted to sin 1d) with the adjunct notion of contempt or disdainful pity 1e) with reference to two fold nature of man, body and soul 1f) with reference to the two fold nature of man, the corrupt and the truly Christian man, conformed to the nature of God 1g) with reference to sex, a male 2) indefinitely, someone, a man, one 3) in the plural, people 4) joined with other words, merchantman
48
John 1:4
ανθρωπων
63
John 1:6
ανθρωπος
103
John 1:9
ανθρωπον
829
John 1:51
ανθρωπου
974
John 2:10
ανθρωπος
1252
John 2:25
ανθρωπου
1260
John 2:25
ανθρωπω
1263
John 3:1
ανθρωπος
1333
John 3:4
ανθρωπος
1494
John 3:13
ανθρωπου
1510
John 3:14
ανθρωπου
1604
John 3:19
ανθρωποι
1749
John 3:27
ανθρωπος
2406
John 4:28
ανθρωποις
2409
John 4:29
ανθρωπον
2768
John 4:50
ανθρωπος
2895
John 5:5
ανθρωπος
2928
John 5:7
ανθρωπον
2966
John 5:9
ανθρωπος
3019
John 5:12
ανθρωπος
3067
John 5:15
ανθρωπος
3321
John 5:27
ανθρωπου
3427
John 5:34
ανθρωπου
3551
John 5:41
ανθρωπων
3779
John 6:10
ανθρωπους
3848
John 6:14
ανθρωποι
4103
John 6:27
ανθρωπου
4584
John 6:53
ανθρωπου
4735
John 6:62
ανθρωπου
5248
John 7:22
ανθρωπον
5252
John 7:23
ανθρωπος
5265
John 7:23
ανθρωπον
5657
John 7:46
ανθρωπος
5710
John 7:51
ανθρωπον
6026
John 8:17
ανθρωπων
6234
John 8:28
ανθρωπου
6430
John 8:40
ανθρωπον
6822
John 9:1
ανθρωπον
6975
John 9:11
ανθρωπος
7069
John 9:16
ανθρωπος
7080
John 9:16
ανθρωπος
7227
John 9:24
ανθρωπον
7245
John 9:24
ανθρωπος
7323
John 9:30
ανθρωπος
7417
John 9:35
ανθρωπου
8058
John 10:33
ανθρωπος
8956
John 11:47
ανθρωπος
9005
John 11:50
ανθρωπος
9542
John 12:23
ανθρωπου
9741
John 12:34
ανθρωπου
9748
John 12:34
ανθρωπου
9903
John 12:43
ανθρωπων
10571
John 13:31
ανθρωπου
12140
John 16:21
ανθρωπος
12463
John 17:6
ανθρωποις
13108
John 18:14
ανθρωπον
13181
John 18:17
ανθρωπου
13407
John 18:29
ανθρωπου
13735
John 19:5
ανθρωπος
1
antlhma,n {ant'-lay-mah}
1) what is drawn 2) the act of drawing water 3) a thing to draw with, e.g. bucket and rope let down into a well
2087
John 4:11
αντλημα
3
anw,d {an'-o}
1) up, upwards, above, on high 2) of the quarters of the heaven, northward 3) of countries, inland, up from the coast 4) of time, formerly
930
John 2:7
ανω
6141
John 8:23
ανω
8846
John 11:41
ανω
5
anwqen,d {an'-o-then}
1) from above, from a higher place 1a) of things which come from heaven or God 2) from the first, from the beginning, from the very first 3) anew, over again
1318
John 3:3
ανωθεν
1394
John 3:7
ανωθεν
1816
John 3:31
ανωθεν
13847
John 19:11
ανωθεν
14091
John 19:23
ανωθεν
1
apistoV,a {ap'-is-tos}
1) unfaithful, faithless, (not to be trusted, perfidious) 2) incredible 2a) of things 3) unbelieving, incredulous 3a) without trust (in God)
15016
John 20:27
απιστος
1
Seamless
14088
John 19:23
αραφος
12
arti,d {ar'-tee}
1) just now, this moment 2) now at this time, at this very time, this moment
991
John 2:10
αρτι
3101
John 5:17
αρτι
7149
John 9:19
αρτι
7261
John 9:25
αρτι
10170
John 13:7
αρτι
10369
John 13:19
αρτι
10619
John 13:33
αρτι
10679
John 13:37
αρτι
10814
John 14:7
αρτι
11952
John 16:12
αρτι
12193
John 16:24
αρτι
12322
John 16:31
αρτι
24
artoV,n {ar'-tos}
1) food composed of flour mixed with water and baked 1a) the Israelites made it in the form of an oblong or round cake, as thick as one's thumb, and as large as a plate or platter hence it was not to be cut but broken 1b) loaves were consecrated to the Lord 1c) of the bread used at the love-feasts and at the Lord's Table 2) food of any kind
3715
John 6:5
αρτους
3736
John 6:7
αρτοι
3763
John 6:9
αρτους
3799
John 6:11
αρτους
3839
John 6:13
αρτων
4019
John 6:23
αρτον
4082
John 6:26
αρτων
4170
John 6:31
αρτον
4191
John 6:32
αρτον
4202
John 6:32
αρτον
4210
John 6:33
αρτος
4233
John 6:34
αρτον
4242
John 6:35
αρτος
4371
John 6:41
αρτος
4482
John 6:48
αρτος
4499
John 6:50
αρτος
4516
John 6:51
αρτος
4530
John 6:51
αρτου
4537
John 6:51
αρτος
4666
John 6:58
αρτος
4682
John 6:58
αρτον
10361
John 13:18
αρτον
15287
John 21:9
αρτον
15349
John 21:13
αρτον
1
arwma,n {ar'-o-mah}
1) spice, perfume
14432
John 19:40
αρωματων
2
archomai
Having begun, start
5866
John 8:9
αρξαμενοι
10133
John 13:5
ηρξατο
5
arcwn,n {ar'-khone}
1) a ruler, commander, chief, leader
1270
John 3:1
αρχων
5303
John 7:26
αρχοντες
9690
John 12:31
αρχων
11259
John 14:30
αρχων
11938
John 16:11
αρχων
6
adelfh,n {ad-el-fay'}
1) a full, own sister 2) one connected by the tie of the Christian religion
8220
John 11:1
αδελφης
8246
John 11:3
αδελφαι
8289
John 11:5
αδελφην
8626
John 11:28
αδελφην
8811
John 11:39
αδελφη
14144
John 19:25
αδελφη
14
adelfoV,n {ad-el-fos'}
1) a brother, whether born of the same two parents or only of the same father or mother 2) having the same national ancestor, belonging to the same people, or countryman 3) any fellow or man 4) a fellow believer, united to another by the bond of affection 5) an associate in employment or office 6) brethren in Christ 6a) his brothers by blood 6b) all men 6c) apostles 6d) Christians, as those who are exalted to the same heavenly place
607
John 1:40
αδελφος
625
John 1:41
αδελφον
1027
John 2:12
αδελφοι
3754
John 6:8
αδελφος
4925
John 7:3
αδελφοι
4967
John 7:5
αδελφοι
5041
John 7:10
αδελφοι
8240
John 11:2
αδελφος
8494
John 11:19
αδελφου
8526
John 11:21
αδελφος
8548
John 11:23
αδελφος
8723
John 11:32
αδελφος
14774
John 20:17
αδελφους
15567
John 21:23
αδελφους
1
adikia,n {ad-ee-kee'-ah}
1) injustice, of a judge 2) unrighteousness of heart and life 3) a deed violating law and justice, act of unrighteousness
5185
John 7:18
αδικια
15
afihmi,v {af-ee'-ay-mee}
1) to send away 1a) to bid going away or depart 1a1) of a husband divorcing his wife 1b) to send forth, yield up, to expire 1c) to let go, let alone, let be 1c1) to disregard 1c2) to leave, not to discuss now, (a topic) 1c21) of teachers, writers and speakers 1c3) to omit, neglect 1d) to let go, give up a debt, forgive, to remit 1e) to give up, keep no longer 2) to permit, allow, not to hinder, to give up a thing to a person 3) to leave, go way from one 3a) in order to go to another place 3b) to depart from any one 3c) to depart from one and leave him to himself so that all mutual claims are abandoned 3d) to desert wrongfully 3e) to go away leaving something behind 3f) to leave one by not taking him as a companion 3g) to leave on dying, leave behind one 3h) to leave so that what is left may remain, leave remaining 3i) abandon, leave destitute
1946
John 4:3
αφηκεν
2391
John 4:28
αφηκεν
2810
John 4:52
αφηκεν
6261
John 8:29
αφηκεν
7717
John 10:12
αφιησιν
8907
John 11:44
αφετε
8961
John 11:48
αφωμεν
9271
John 12:7
αφες
11016
John 14:18
αφησω
11191
John 14:27
αφιημι
12278
John 16:28
αφιημι
12337
John 16:32
αφητε
12998
John 18:8
αφετε
14888
John 20:23
αφητε
14891
John 20:23
αφεωνται
7
agaph,n {ag-ah'-pay}
1) brotherly love, affection, good will, love, benevolence 2) love feasts
3559
John 5:42
αγαπην
10644
John 13:35
αγαπην
11449
John 15:9
αγαπη
11460
John 15:10
αγαπη
11475
John 15:10
αγαπη
11506
John 15:13
αγαπην
12855
John 17:26
αγαπη
2
agalliaw,v {ag-al-lee-ah'-o}
1) to exult, rejoice exceedingly, be exceeding glad
3448
John 5:35
αγαλλιαθηναι
6768
John 8:56
ηγαλλιασατο
37
agapaw,v {ag-ap-ah'-o}
1) of persons 1a) to welcome, to entertain, to be fond of, to love dearly 2) of things 2a) to be well pleased, to be contented at or with a thing
1522
John 3:16
ηγαπησεν
1602
John 3:19
ηγαπησαν
1885
John 3:35
αγαπα
6475
John 8:42
ηγαπατε
7802
John 10:17
αγαπα
8281
John 11:5
ηγαπα
9898
John 12:43
ηγαπησαν
10066
John 13:1
αγαπησας
10075
John 13:1
ηγαπησεν
10444
John 13:23
ηγαπα
10625
John 13:34
αγαπατε
10628
John 13:34
ηγαπησα
10633
John 13:34
αγαπατε
10965
John 14:15
αγαπατε
11070
John 14:21
αγαπων
11074
John 14:21
αγαπων
11076
John 14:21
αγαπηθησεται
11082
John 14:21
αγαπησω
11114
John 14:23
αγαπα
11124
John 14:23
αγαπησει
11137
John 14:24
αγαπων
11224
John 14:28
ηγαπατε
11272
John 14:31
αγαπω
11439
John 15:9
ηγαπησεν
11445
John 15:9
ηγαπησα
11499
John 15:12
αγαπατε
11502
John 15:12
ηγαπησα
11596
John 15:17
αγαπατε
12793
John 17:23
ηγαπησας
12797
John 17:23
ηγαπησας
12821
John 17:24
ηγαπησας
12857
John 17:26
ηγαπησας
14166
John 19:26
ηγαπα
15222
John 21:7
ηγαπα
15378
John 21:15
αγαπας
15403
John 21:16
αγαπας
15510
John 21:20
ηγαπα
3
agaqoV,a {ag-ath-os'}
1) of good constitution or nature 2) useful, salutary 3) good, pleasant, agreeable, joyful, happy 4) excellent, distinguished 5) upright, honourable
722
John 1:46
αγαθον
3344
John 5:29
αγαθα
5082
John 7:12
αγαθος
1
message, announcement, news
a proclamation, command, order
14797
John 20:18
αγγελλουσα
3
agorazw,v {ag-or-ad'-zo}
1) to be in the market place, to attend it 2) to do business there, buy or sell 3) of idle people: to haunt the market place, lounge there
2027
John 4:8
αγορασωσιν
3714
John 6:5
αγορασωμεν
10538
John 13:29
αγορασον
1
agwnizomai,v {ag-o-nid'-zom-ahee}
1) to enter a contest: contend in the gymnastic games 2) to contend with adversaries, fight 3) metaph. to contend, struggle, with difficulties and dangers 4) to endeavour with strenuous zeal, strive: to obtain something
13540
John 18:36
ηγωνιζοντο
1
akanqinoV,a {ak-an'-thee-nos}
1) thorny, woven out of twigs of a thorny plant
13724
John 19:5
ακανθινον
1
akoh,n {ak-o-ay'}
1) the sense of hearing 2) the organ of hearing, the ear 3) the thing heard 3a) instruction, namely oral 3a1) of preaching the
9826
John 12:38
ακοη
19
akolouqew,v {ak-ol-oo-theh'-o}
1) to follow one who precedes, join him as his attendant, accompany him 2) to join one as a disciple, become or be his disciple 2a) side with his party
556
John 1:37
ηκολουθησαν
566
John 1:38
ακολουθουντας
619
John 1:40
ακολουθησαντων
676
John 1:43
ακολουθει
3660
John 6:2
ηκολουθει
5925
John 8:12
ακολουθων
7577
John 10:4
ακολουθει
7587
John 10:5
ακολουθησουσιν
7969
John 10:27
ακολουθουσιν
8686
John 11:31
ηκολουθησαν
9594
John 12:26
ακολουθειτω
10664
John 13:36
ακολουθησαι
10665
John 13:36
ακολουθησεις
10678
John 13:37
ακολουθησαι
13113
John 18:15
ηκολουθει
14575
John 20:6
ακολουθων
15501
John 21:19
ακολουθει
15513
John 21:20
ακολουθουντα
15559
John 21:22
ακολουθει
59
akouw,v {ak-oo'-o}
1) to be endowed with the faculty of hearing, not deaf 2) to hear 2b) to attend to, consider what is or has been said 2c) to understand, perceive the sense of what is said 3) to hear something 3a) to perceive by the ear what is announced in one's presence 3b) to get by hearing learn 3c) a thing comes to one's ears, to find out, learn 3d) to give ear to a teaching or a teacher 3e) to comprehend, to understand
549
John 1:37
ηκουσαν
615
John 1:40
ακουσαντων
1404
John 3:8
ακουεις
1793
John 3:29
ακουων
1846
John 3:32
ηκουσεν
1925
John 4:1
ηκουσαν
2621
John 4:42
ακηκοαμεν
2705
John 4:47
ακουσας
3250
John 5:24
ακουων
3285
John 5:25
ακουσουσιν
3294
John 5:25
ακουσαντες
3336
John 5:28
ακουσουσιν
3365
John 5:30
ακουω
3500
John 5:37
ακηκοατε
4444
John 6:45
ακουσας
4696
John 6:60
ακουσαντες
4710
John 6:60
ακουειν
5402
John 7:32
ηκουσαν
5564
John 7:40
ακουσαντες
5713
John 7:51
ακουση
5861
John 8:9
ακουσαντες
6209
John 8:26
ηκουσα
6397
John 8:38
ηκουσατε
6437
John 8:40
ηκουσα
6506
John 8:43
ακουειν
6592
John 8:47
ακουει
6597
John 8:47
ακουετε
7281
John 9:27
ηκουσατε
7285
John 9:27
ακουειν
7350
John 9:31
ακουει
7362
John 9:31
ακουει
7367
John 9:32
ηκουσθη
7401
John 9:35
ηκουσεν
7474
John 9:40
ηκουσαν
7554
John 10:3
ακουει
7642
John 10:8
ηκουσαν
7790
John 10:16
ακουσουσιν
7863
John 10:20
ακουετε
7964
John 10:27
ακουουσιν
8255
John 11:4
ακουσας
8296
John 11:6
ηκουσεν
8499
John 11:20
ηκουσεν
8639
John 11:29
ηκουσεν
8853
John 11:41
ηκουσας
8861
John 11:42
ακουεις
9353
John 12:12
ακουσαντες
9460
John 12:18
ηκουσαν
9659
John 12:29
ακουσας
9720
John 12:34
ηκουσαμεν
9957
John 12:47
ακουση
11148
John 14:24
ακουετε
11213
John 14:28
ηκουσατε
11550
John 15:15
ηκουσα
11974
John 16:13
ακουσει
13258
John 18:21
ακηκοοτας
13594
John 18:37
ακουει
13785
John 19:8
ηκουσεν
13888
John 19:13
ακουσας
15233
John 21:7
ακουσας
2
alektwr,n {al-ek'-tore}
1) a cock, or male of any bird, a rooster
10700
John 13:38
αλεκτωρ
13364
John 18:27
αλεκτωρ
2
aleifw,v {al-i'-fo}
1) to anoint
8226
John 11:2
αλειψασα
9198
John 12:3
ηλειψεν
25
alhqeia,n {al-ay'-thi-a}
1) objectively 1a) what is true in any matter under consideration 1a1) truly, in truth, according to truth 1a2) of a truth, in reality, in fact, certainly 1b) what is true in things appertaining to God and the duties of man, moral and religious truth 1b1) in the greatest latitude 1b2) the true notions of God which are open to human reason without his supernatural intervention 1c) the truth as taught in the Christian religion, respecting God and the execution of his purposes through Christ, and respecting the duties of man, opposing alike to the superstitions of the Gentiles and the inventions of the Jews, and the corrupt opinions and precepts of false teachers even among Christians 2) subjectively 2a) truth as a personal excellence 2a1) that candour of mind which is free from affection, pretence, simulation, falsehood, deceit
188
John 1:14
αληθειας
233
John 1:17
αληθεια
1641
John 3:21
αληθειαν
2319
John 4:23
αληθεια
2339
John 4:24
αληθεια
3422
John 5:33
αληθεια
6302
John 8:32
αληθειαν
6305
John 8:32
αληθεια
6433
John 8:40
αληθειαν
6534
John 8:44
αληθεια
6540
John 8:44
αληθεια
6562
John 8:45
αληθειαν
6575
John 8:46
αληθειαν
10791
John 14:6
αληθεια
10991
John 14:17
αληθειας
11766
John 15:26
αληθειας
11874
John 16:7
αληθειαν
11960
John 16:13
αληθειας
11965
John 16:13
αληθεια
12683
John 17:17
αληθεια
12688
John 17:17
αληθεια
12714
John 17:19
αληθεια
13587
John 18:37
αληθεια
13593
John 18:37
αληθειας
13604
John 18:38
αληθεια
14
alhqhV,a {al-ay-thace'}
1) true 2) loving the truth, speaking the truth, truthful
1864
John 3:33
αληθης
2233
John 4:18
αληθες
3397
John 5:31
αληθης
3407
John 5:32
αληθης
4618
John 6:55
αληθης
4625
John 6:55
αληθης
5182
John 7:18
αληθης
5953
John 8:13
αληθης
5964
John 8:14
αληθης
6029
John 8:17
αληθης
6205
John 8:26
αληθης
8198
John 10:41
αληθη
14337
John 19:35
αληθη
15608
John 21:24
αληθης
9
alhqinoV,a {al-ay-thee-nos'}
1) that which has not only the name and resemblance, but the real nature corresponding to the name, in every respect corresponding to the idea signified by the name, real, true genuine 1a) opposite to what is fictitious, counterfeit, imaginary, simulated or pretended 1b) it contrasts realities with their semblances 1c) opposite to what is imperfect defective, frail, uncertain 2) true, veracious, sincere
99
John 1:9
αληθινον
2311
John 4:23
αληθινοι
2533
John 4:37
αληθινος
4207
John 6:32
αληθινον
5346
John 7:28
αληθινος
6003
John 8:16
αληθινη
11291
John 15:1
αληθινη
12418
John 17:3
αληθινον
14328
John 19:35
αληθινη
7
alhqwV,d {al-ay-thoce'}
1) truly, of a truth, in reality, most certainly
744
John 1:47
αληθως
2627
John 4:42
αληθως
3857
John 6:14
αληθως
5300
John 7:26
αληθως
5571
John 7:40
αληθως
6295
John 8:31
αληθως
12503
John 17:8
αληθως
102
alla,c {al-lah'}
1) but 1a) nevertheless, notwithstanding 1b) an objection 1c) an exception 1d) a restriction 1e) nay, rather, yea, moreover 1f) forms a transition to the cardinal matter
89
John 1:8
αλλ
162
John 1:13
αλλ
453
John 1:31
αλλ
486
John 1:33
αλλ
1405
John 3:8
αλλ
1541
John 3:16
αλλ
1559
John 3:17
αλλ
1773
John 3:28
αλλ
1911
John 3:36
αλλ
1942
John 4:2
αλλ
2158
John 4:14
αλλα
2303
John 4:23
αλλα
3120
John 5:18
αλλα
3213
John 5:22
αλλα
3264
John 5:24
αλλα
3381
John 5:30
αλλα
3431
John 5:34
αλλα
3554
John 5:42
αλλα
3768
John 6:9
αλλα
4002
John 6:22
αλλα
4077
John 6:26
αλλ
4091
John 6:27
αλλα
4195
John 6:32
αλλ
4261
John 6:36
αλλ
4301
John 6:38
αλλα
4324
John 6:39
αλλα
4762
John 6:64
αλλ
5052
John 7:10
αλλα
5088
John 7:12
αλλα
5139
John 7:16
αλλα
5240
John 7:22
αλλ
5274
John 7:24
αλλα
5309
John 7:27
αλλα
5344
John 7:28
αλλ
5626
John 7:44
αλλ
5679
John 7:49
αλλα
5933
John 8:12
αλλ
6009
John 8:16
αλλ
6201
John 8:26
αλλ
6245
John 8:28
αλλα
6373
John 8:37
αλλα
6491
John 8:42
αλλ
6627
John 8:49
αλλα
6756
John 8:55
αλλα
6853
John 9:3
αλλ
6954
John 9:9
αλλα
7351
John 9:31
αλλ
7526
John 10:1
αλλα
7588
John 10:5
αλλα
7640
John 10:8
αλλ
7818
John 10:18
αλλ
7945
John 10:26
αλλα
8052
John 10:33
αλλα
8267
John 11:4
αλλ
8384
John 11:11
αλλα
8435
John 11:15
αλλα
8528
John 11:22
αλλα
8654
John 11:30
αλλ
8862
John 11:42
αλλα
9022
John 11:51
αλλα
9042
John 11:52
αλλ
9072
John 11:54
αλλα
9256
John 12:6
αλλ
9312
John 12:9
αλλ
9416
John 12:16
αλλ
9629
John 12:27
αλλα
9679
John 12:30
αλλα
9888
John 12:42
αλλα
9923
John 12:44
αλλα
9974
John 12:47
αλλ
10009
John 12:49
αλλ
10209
John 13:9
αλλα
10230
John 13:10
αλλ
10238
John 13:10
αλλ
10352
John 13:18
αλλ
11152
John 14:24
αλλα
11266
John 14:31
αλλ
11561
John 15:16
αλλ
11627
John 15:19
αλλ
11669
John 15:21
αλλα
11737
John 15:25
αλλ
11795
John 16:2
αλλ
11818
John 16:4
αλλα
11860
John 16:6
αλλ
11871
John 16:7
αλλ
11948
John 16:12
αλλ
11972
John 16:13
αλλ
12108
John 16:20
αλλ
12223
John 16:25
αλλα
12361
John 16:33
αλλα
12523
John 17:9
αλλα
12660
John 17:15
αλλ
12721
John 17:20
αλλα
13389
John 18:28
αλλα
13647
John 18:40
αλλα
14049
John 19:21
αλλ
14102
John 19:24
αλλα
14308
John 19:34
αλλ
14601
John 20:7
αλλα
15017
John 20:27
αλλα
15264
John 21:8
αλλα
15583
John 21:23
αλλ
1
allacoqen,d {al-lakh-oth'-en}
1) from another place
7528
John 10:1
αλλαχοθεν
15
allhlwn,rp {al-lay'-lone}
1) one another, reciprocally, mutually
2456
John 4:33
αλληλους
3594
John 5:44
αλληλων
4410
John 6:43
αλληλων
4554
John 6:52
αλληλους
9118
John 11:56
αλληλων
10302
John 13:14
αλληλων
10424
John 13:22
αλληλους
10626
John 13:34
αλληλους
10634
John 13:34
αλληλους
10647
John 13:35
αλληλοις
11500
John 15:12
αλληλους
11597
John 15:17
αλληλους
12028
John 16:17
αλληλους
12079
John 16:19
αλληλων
14098
John 19:24
αλληλους
2
allotrioV,a {al-lot'-ree-os}
1) belonging to another 2) foreign, strange, not of one's own family, alien, an enemy
7583
John 10:5
αλλοτριω
7596
John 10:5
αλλοτριων
1
aloh,n {al-o-ay'}
1) aloe, aloes The name of an aromatic tree which grows in eastern India and Cochin China, and whose soft and bitter wood the Orientals used in fumigation and in embalming the dead. The tree grows to a height of 120 feet (40 m) and a girth of 12 feet (4 m).
14416
John 19:39
αλοης
50
firm
metaph. faithful
verily, amen
at the beginning of a discourse - surely, truly, of a truth
at the end - so it is, so be it, may it be fulfilled. It was a custom, which passed over from the synagogues to the Christian assemblies, that when he who had read or discoursed, had offered up solemn prayer to God, the others responded Amen, and thus made the substance of what was uttered their own. The word "amen" is a most remarkable word. It was transliterateddirectly from the Hebrew into the Greek of the New Testament, theninto Latin and into English and many other languages, so that it ispractically a universal word. It has been called the best known wordin human speech. The word is directly related -- in fact, almostidentical -- to the Hebrew word for "believe" (amam), or faithful.Thus, it came to mean "sure" or "truly", an expression of absolutetrust and confidence.
809
John 1:51
αμην
810
John 1:51
αμην
1310
John 3:3
αμην
1311
John 3:3
αμην
1351
John 3:5
αμην
1352
John 3:5
αμην
1445
John 3:11
αμην
1446
John 3:11
αμην
3139
John 5:19
αμην
3140
John 5:19
αμην
3241
John 5:24
αμην
3242
John 5:24
αμην
3272
John 5:25
αμην
3273
John 5:25
αμην
4067
John 6:26
αμην
4068
John 6:26
αμην
4182
John 6:32
αμην
4183
John 6:32
αμην
4470
John 6:47
αμην
4471
John 6:47
αμην
4572
John 6:53
αμην
4573
John 6:53
αμην
6328
John 8:34
αμην
6329
John 8:34
αμην
6648
John 8:51
αμην
6649
John 8:51
αμην
6795
John 8:58
αμην
6796
John 8:58
αμην
7511
John 10:1
αμην
7512
John 10:1
αμην
7620
John 10:7
αμην
7621
John 10:7
αμην
9543
John 12:24
αμην
9544
John 12:24
αμην
10318
John 13:16
αμην
10319
John 13:16
αμην
10382
John 13:20
αμην
10383
John 13:20
αμην
10412
John 13:21
αμην
10413
John 13:21
αμην
10694
John 13:38
αμην
10695
John 13:38
αμην
10911
John 14:12
αμην
10912
John 14:12
αμην
12093
John 16:20
αμην
12094
John 16:20
αμην
12177
John 16:23
αμην
12178
John 16:23
αμην
15458
John 21:18
αμην
15459
John 21:18
αμην
2
amnoV,n {am-nos'}
1) a lamb
422
John 1:29
αμνος
545
John 1:36
αμνος
1
ana,d {an-ah'}
1) into the midst, in the midst, amidst, among, between
913
John 2:6
ανα
4
anakeimai,v {an-ak-i'-mahee}
1) to lie at a table, eat together, dine
3806
John 6:11
ανακειμενοις
9186
John 12:2
ανακειμενων
10432
John 13:23
ανακειμενος
10520
John 13:28
ανακειμενων
4
anastasiV,n {an-as'-tas-is}
1) a raising up, rising (e.g. from a seat) 2) a rising from the dead 2a) that of Christ 2b) that of all men at the end of this present age 2c) the resurrection of certain ones history who were restored to life (Heb. 11:35)
3347
John 5:29
αναστασιν
3355
John 5:29
αναστασιν
8559
John 11:24
αναστασει
8571
John 11:25
αναστασις
16
anabainw,v {an-ab-ah'-ee-no}
1) ascend 1a) to go up 1b) to rise, mount, be borne up, spring up
822
John 1:51
αναβαινοντας
1047
John 2:13
ανεβη
1480
John 3:13
αναβεβηκεν
2863
John 5:1
ανεβη
4736
John 6:62
αναβαινοντα
5012
John 7:8
αναβητε
5018
John 7:8
αναβαινω
5039
John 7:10
ανεβησαν
5049
John 7:10
ανεβη
5108
John 7:14
ανεβη
7527
John 10:1
αναβαινων
9098
John 11:55
ανεβησαν
9489
John 12:20
αναβαινοντων
14766
John 20:17
αναβεβηκα
14779
John 20:17
αναβαινω
15299
John 21:11
ανεβη
4
anablepw,v {an-ab-lep'-o}
1) to look up 2) to recover (lost) sight
7000
John 9:11
ανεβλεψα
7042
John 9:15
ανεβλεψεν
7122
John 9:18
ανεβλεψεν
7130
John 9:18
αναβλεψαντος
5
anaggellw,v {an-ang-el'-lo}
1) to announce, make known 2) to report, bring back tidings, rehearse
2356
John 4:25
αναγγελει
3069
John 5:15
ανηγγειλεν
11979
John 16:13
αναγγελει
11990
John 16:14
αναγγελει
12008
John 16:15
αναγγελει
1
anaginwskw,v {an-ag-in-oce'-ko}
1) to distinguish between, to recognise, to know accurately, to acknowledge 2) to read
14015
John 19:20
ανεγνωσαν
2
anakuptw,v {an-ak-oop'-to}
1) to raise or lift one's self up 1a) one's body 1b) one's soul 1b1) to be elated or exalted
5840
John 8:7
ανεκυψεν
5879
John 8:10
ανακυψας
1
anamarthtoV,a {an-am-ar'-tay-tos}
1) sinless 1a) of one who has not sinned 1b) of one who cannot sin
5845
John 8:7
αναμαρτητος
5
anapiptw,v {an-ap-ip'-to}
1) to lie back, lie down 2) to recline at a table, to sit back
3780
John 6:10
αναπεσειν
3788
John 6:10
ανεπεσαν
10266
John 13:12
ανεπεσεν
10459
John 13:25
αναπεσων
15516
John 21:20
ανεπεσεν
1
anatrepw,v {an-at-rep'-o}
1) to overthrow, overturn, destroy 2) to subvert
1093
John 2:15
ανετρεψεν
1
anacwrew,v {an-akh-o-reh'-o}
1) to go back, return 2) to withdraw 2a) so as to leave a room 2b) of those who through fear seek some other place, or shun sight
3877
John 6:15
ανεχωρησεν
1
anercomai,v {an-erkh'-om-ahee}
1) to go up 2) to go up to a higher place: to Jerusalem
3674
John 6:3
ανηλθεν
8
anhr,n {an'-ayr}
1) with reference to sex 1a) of a male 1b) of a husband 1c) of a betrothed or future husband 2) with reference to age, and to distinguish an adult man from a boy 3) any male 4) used generically of a group of both men and women
161
John 1:13
ανδρος
440
John 1:30
ανηρ
2196
John 4:16
ανδρα
2209
John 4:17
ανδρα
2217
John 4:17
ανδρα
2222
John 4:18
ανδρας
2231
John 4:18
ανηρ
3791
John 6:10
ανδρες
8
anisthmi,v {an-is'-tay-mee}
1) to cause to rise up, raise up 1a) raise up from laying down 1b) to raise up from the dead 1c) to raise up, cause to be born, to cause to appear, bring forward 2) to rise, stand up 2a) of persons lying down, of persons lying on the ground 2b) of persons seated 2c) of those who leave a place to go elsewhere 2c1) of those who prepare themselves for a journey 2d) of the dead 3) at arise, appear, stand forth 3a) of kings prophets, priests, leaders of insurgents 3b) of those about to enter into conversation or dispute with anyone, or to undertake some business, or attempt something against others 3c) to rise up against any one
4325
John 6:39
αναστησω
4353
John 6:40
αναστησω
4426
John 6:44
αναστησω
4609
John 6:54
αναστησω
8546
John 11:23
αναστησεται
8556
John 11:24
αναστησεται
8683
John 11:31
ανεστη
14634
John 20:9
αναστηναι
11
anoigw,v {an-oy'-go}
1) to open
816
John 1:51
ανεωγοτα
6968
John 9:10
ηνεωχθησαν
7030
John 9:14
ανεωξεν
7101
John 9:17
ηνεωξεν
7176
John 9:21
ηνοιξεν
7270
John 9:26
ηνοιξεν
7340
John 9:30
ηνοιξεν
7369
John 9:32
ηνεωξεν
7547
John 10:3
ανοιγει
7877
John 10:21
ανοιξαι
8773
John 11:37
ανοιξας
2
anqrakia,n {anth-rak-ee-ah'}
1) a heap of burning coals
13194
John 18:18
ανθρακιαν
15281
John 21:9
ανθρακιαν
1
anqrwpoktonoV,n {anth-ro-pok-ton'-os}
1) a manslayer, murderer
6527
John 8:44
ανθρωποκτονος
1
anti,p {an-tee'}
1) over against, opposite to, before 2) for, instead of, in place of (something) 2a) instead of 2b) for 2c) for that, because 2d) wherefore, for this cause
221
John 1:16
αντι
1
antilegw,v {an-til'-eg-o}
1) to speak against, gainsay, contradict 2) to oppose one's self to one, decline to obey him, declare one's self against him, refuse to have anything to do with him
13882
John 19:12
αντιλεγει
4
antlew,v {ant-leh-o}
1) to draw out of a ship's bilge-water, to bale or pump out 2) to draw water
934
John 2:8
αντλησατε
962
John 2:9
ηντληκοτες
2008
John 4:7
αντλησαι
2190
John 4:15
αντλειν
1
apaggellw,v {ap-ang-el'-lo}
1) to bring tidings (from a person or a thing), bring word, report 2) to proclaim, to make known openly, declare
12228
John 16:25
απαγγελω
21
apercomai,v {ap-erkh'-om-ahee}
1) to go away, depart 1a) to go away in order to follow any one, go after him, to follow his party, follow him as a leader 2) to go away 2a) of departing evils and sufferings 2b) of good things taken away from one 2c) of an evanescent state of things
1950
John 4:3
απηλθεν
2021
John 4:8
απεληλυθεισαν
2399
John 4:28
απηλθεν
2715
John 4:47
απηλθεν
3065
John 5:15
απηλθεν
3650
John 6:1
απηλθεν
4007
John 6:22
απηλθον
4814
John 6:66
απηλθον
4841
John 6:68
απελευσομεθα
6919
John 9:7
απηλθεν
6996
John 9:11
απελθων
8161
John 10:40
απηλθεν
8621
John 11:28
απηλθεν
8931
John 11:46
απηλθον
9073
John 11:54
απηλθεν
9482
John 12:19
απηλθεν
9798
John 12:36
απελθων
11881
John 16:7
απελθω
11885
John 16:7
απελθω
12968
John 18:6
απηλθον
14635
John 20:10
απηλθον
1
apeiqew,v {ap-i-theh'-o}
1) not to allow one's self to be persuaded 1a) to refuse or withhold belief 1b) to refuse belief and obedience 2) not to comply with
1905
John 3:36
απειθων
42
apo,p {apo'}
1) of separation 1a) of local separation, after verbs of motion from a place i.e. of departing, of fleeing, ... 1b) of separation of a part from the whole 1b1) where of a whole some part is taken 1c) of any kind of separation of one thing from another by which the union or fellowship of the two is destroyed 1d) of a state of separation, that is of distance 1d1) physical, of distance of place 1d2) temporal, of distance of time 2) of origin 2a) of the place whence anything is, comes, befalls, is taken 2b) of origin of a cause
682
John 1:44
απο
712
John 1:45
απο
1284
John 3:2
απο
3148
John 5:19
αφ
3361
John 5:30
απ
4291
John 6:38
απο
5161
John 7:17
απ
5165
John 7:18
αφ
5340
John 7:28
απ
5601
John 7:42
απο
5867
John 8:9
απο
5906
John 8:11
απο
6241
John 8:28
απ
6488
John 8:42
απ
6529
John 8:44
απ
7590
John 10:5
απ
7816
John 10:18
απ
7822
John 10:18
απ
8211
John 11:1
απο
8475
John 11:18
απο
9018
John 11:51
αφ
9054
John 11:53
απ
9500
John 12:21
απο
9800
John 12:36
απ
10105
John 13:3
απο
10368
John 13:19
απ
10813
John 14:7
απ
10877
John 14:10
απ
11342
John 15:4
αφ
11781
John 15:27
απ
11970
John 16:13
αφ
12166
John 16:22
αφ
12316
John 16:30
απο
13370
John 18:28
απο
13484
John 18:34
απο
14184
John 19:27
απ
14371
John 19:38
απο
15118
John 21:2
απο
15211
John 21:6
απο
15261
John 21:8
απο
15266
John 21:8
απο
15293
John 21:10
απο
2
apokrisiV,n {ap-ok'-ree-sis}
1) a replying, an answer
315
John 1:22
αποκρισιν
13809
John 19:9
αποκρισιν
10
apollumi,v {ap-ol'-loo-mee}
1) to destroy 1a) to put out of the way entirely, abolish, put an end to ruin 1b) render useless 1c) to kill 1d) to declare that one must be put to death 1e) metaph. to devote or give over to eternal misery in hell 1f) to perish, to be lost, ruined, destroyed 2) to destroy 2a) to lose
1540
John 3:16
αποληται
3828
John 6:12
αποληται
4090
John 6:27
απολλυμενην
4321
John 6:39
απολεσω
7674
John 10:10
απολεση
7979
John 10:28
απολωνται
9015
John 11:50
αποληται
9572
John 12:25
απολλυει
12597
John 17:12
απωλετο
13012
John 18:9
απωλεσα
1
apostoloV,n {ap-os'-tol-os}
1) a delegate, messenger, one sent forth with orders 1a) specifically applied to the twelve apostles of Christ 1b) in a broader sense applied to other eminent Christian teachers 1b1) of Barnabas 1b2) of Timothy and Silvanus
10330
John 13:16
αποστολος
1
apobainw,v {ap-ob-ah'-ee-no}
1) to come down from, i.e. a ship 2) to turn out, result, to be the outcome
15276
John 21:9
απεβησαν
1
apokaluptw,v {ap-ok-al-oop'-to}
1) to uncover, lay open what has been veiled or covered up 1a) disclose, make bare 2) to make known, make manifest, disclose what before was unknown
9833
John 12:38
απεκαλυφθη
2
apokoptw,v {ap-ok-op'-to}
1) to cut off, amputate
13030
John 18:10
απεκοψεν
13345
John 18:26
απεκοψεν
78
apokrinomai,v {ap-ok-ree'-nom-ahee}
1) to give an answer to a question proposed, to answer 2) to begin to speak, but always where something has preceded (either said or done) to which the remarks refer
307
John 1:21
απεκριθη
366
John 1:26
απεκριθη
757
John 1:48
απεκριθη
773
John 1:49
απεκριθη
788
John 1:50
απεκριθη
1126
John 2:18
απεκριθησαν
1140
John 2:19
απεκριθη
1305
John 3:3
απεκριθη
1349
John 3:5
απεκριθη
1421
John 3:9
απεκριθη
1430
John 3:10
απεκριθη
1743
John 3:27
απεκριθη
2051
John 4:10
απεκριθη
2127
John 4:13
απεκριθη
2201
John 4:17
απεκριθη
2923
John 5:7
απεκριθη
2999
John 5:11
απεκριθη
3095
John 5:17
απεκρινατο
3132
John 5:19
απεκρινατο
3730
John 6:7
απεκριθη
4061
John 6:26
απεκριθη
4125
John 6:29
απεκριθη
4402
John 6:43
απεκριθη
4834
John 6:68
απεκριθη
4858
John 6:70
απεκριθη
5126
John 7:16
απεκριθη
5207
John 7:20
απεκριθη
5216
John 7:21
απεκριθη
5651
John 7:46
απεκριθησαν
5658
John 7:47
απεκριθησαν
5721
John 7:52
απεκριθησαν
5954
John 8:14
απεκριθη
6053
John 8:19
απεκριθη
6308
John 8:33
απεκριθησαν
6324
John 8:34
απεκριθη
6402
John 8:39
απεκριθησαν
6604
John 8:48
απεκριθησαν
6621
John 8:49
απεκριθη
6713
John 8:54
απεκριθη
6844
John 9:3
απεκριθη
6972
John 9:11
απεκριθη
7150
John 9:20
απεκριθησαν
7248
John 9:25
απεκριθη
7274
John 9:27
απεκριθη
7321
John 9:30
απεκριθη
7384
John 9:34
απεκριθησαν
7418
John 9:36
απεκριθη
7921
John 10:25
απεκριθη
8024
John 10:32
απεκριθη
8042
John 10:33
απεκριθησαν
8063
John 10:34
απεκριθη
8334
John 11:9
απεκριθη
9531
John 12:23
αποκρινεται
9668
John 12:30
απεκριθη
9714
John 12:34
απεκριθη
10159
John 13:7
απεκριθη
10187
John 13:8
απεκριθη
10473
John 13:26
αποκρινεται
10655
John 13:36
απεκριθη
10686
John 13:38
αποκρινεται
11107
John 14:23
απεκριθη
12319
John 16:31
απεκριθη
12944
John 18:5
απεκριθησαν
12987
John 18:8
απεκριθη
13226
John 18:20
απεκριθη
13282
John 18:22
αποκρινη
13285
John 18:23
απεκριθη
13409
John 18:30
απεκριθησαν
13482
John 18:34
απεκριθη
13495
John 18:35
απεκριθη
13514
John 18:36
απεκριθη
13565
John 18:37
απεκριθη
13765
John 19:7
απεκριθησαν
13833
John 19:11
απεκριθη
13939
John 19:15
απεκριθησαν
14057
John 19:22
απεκριθη
15019
John 20:28
απεκριθη
15186
John 21:5
απεκριθησαν
12
apokteinw,v {ap-ok-ti'-no}
1) to kill in any way whatever 1a) to destroy, to allow to perish 2) metaph. to extinguish, abolish 2a) to inflict mortal death 2b) to deprive of spiritual life and procure eternal misery in hell
3113
John 5:18
αποκτειναι
4910
John 7:1
αποκτειναι
5206
John 7:19
αποκτειναι
5215
John 7:20
αποκτειναι
5290
John 7:25
αποκτειναι
6119
John 8:22
αποκτενει
6376
John 8:37
αποκτειναι
6429
John 8:40
αποκτειναι
9061
John 11:53
αποκτεινωσιν
9330
John 12:10
αποκτεινωσιν
11801
John 16:2
αποκτεινας
13446
John 18:31
αποκτειναι
5
apoluw,v {ap-ol-oo'-o}
1) to set free 2) to let go, dismiss, (to detain no longer) 2a) a petitioner to whom liberty to depart is given by a decisive answer 2b) to bid depart, send away 3) to let go free, release 3a) a captive i.e. to loose his bonds and bid him depart, to give him liberty to depart 3b) to acquit one accused of a crime and set him at liberty 3c) indulgently to grant a prisoner leave to depart 3d) to release a debtor, i.e. not to press one's claim against him, to remit his debt 4) used of divorce, to dismiss from the house, to repudiate. The wife of a Greek or Roman may divorce her husband. 5) to send one's self away, to depart
13628
John 18:39
απολυσω
13635
John 18:39
απολυσω
13826
John 19:10
απολυσαι
13862
John 19:12
απολυσαι
13871
John 19:12
απολυσης
28
to die
of the natural death of man
of the violent death of man or animals
to perish by means of something
of trees which dry up, of seeds which rot when planted
of eternal death, to be subject to eternal misery in hell
2729
John 4:47
αποθνησκειν
2753
John 4:49
αποθανειν
4495
John 6:49
απεθανον
4512
John 6:50
αποθανη
4677
John 6:58
απεθανον
6106
John 8:21
αποθανεισθε
6160
John 8:24
αποθανεισθε
6172
John 8:24
αποθανεισθε
6676
John 8:52
απεθανεν
6705
John 8:53
απεθανεν
6709
John 8:53
απεθανον
8424
John 11:14
απεθανεν
8451
John 11:16
αποθανωμεν
8524
John 11:21
απεθανεν
8580
John 11:25
αποθανη
8592
John 11:26
αποθανη
8721
John 11:32
απεθανεν
8783
John 11:37
αποθανη
9006
John 11:50
αποθανη
9032
John 11:51
αποθνησκειν
9557
John 12:24
αποθανη
9563
John 12:24
αποθανη
9713
John 12:33
αποθνησκειν
13109
John 18:14
αποθανειν
13460
John 18:32
αποθνησκειν
13777
John 19:7
αποθανειν
15573
John 21:23
αποθνησκει
15582
John 21:23
αποθνησκει
1
aporew,v {ap-or-eh'-o}
1) to be without resources, to be in straits, to be left wanting, to be embarrassed, to be in doubt, not to know which way to turn 2) to be at a loss with one's self, be in doubt 3) not to know how to decide or what to do, to be perplexed
10427
John 13:22
απορουμενοι
28
apostellw,v {ap-os-tel'-lo}
1) to order (one) to go to a place appointed 2) to send away, dismiss 2a) to allow one to depart, that he may be in a state of liberty 2b) to order one to depart, send off 2c) to drive away
64
John 1:6
απεσταλμενος
261
John 1:19
απεστειλαν
341
John 1:24
απεσταλμενοι
1547
John 3:17
απεστειλεν
1775
John 3:28
απεσταλμενος
1868
John 3:34
απεστειλεν
2544
John 4:38
απεστειλα
3416
John 5:33
απεσταλκατε
3486
John 5:36
απεσταλκεν
3516
John 5:38
απεστειλεν
4141
John 6:29
απεστειλεν
4645
John 6:57
απεστειλεν
5363
John 7:29
απεστειλεν
5412
John 7:32
απεστειλαν
6494
John 8:42
απεστειλεν
6918
John 9:7
απεσταλμενος
8101
John 10:36
απεστειλεν
8243
John 11:3
απεστειλαν
8874
John 11:42
απεστειλας
12422
John 17:3
απεστειλας
12513
John 17:8
απεστειλας
12692
john 17:18
απεστειλας
12697
john 17:18
απεστειλα
12757
John 17:21
απεστειλας
12791
John 17:23
απεστειλας
12844
John 17:25
απεστειλας
13301
John 18:24
απεστειλεν
14869
John 20:21
απεσταλκεν
3
aposunagwgoV,a {ap-os-oon-ag'-o-gos}
1) excluded from sacred assemblies of Israelites, excommunicated
7211
John 9:22
αποσυναγωγος
9896
John 12:42
αποσυναγωγοι
11792
John 16:2
αποσυναγωγους
1
apwleia,n {ap-o'-li-a}
1) destroying, utter destruction 1a) of vessels 2) a perishing, ruin, destruction 2a) of money 2b) the destruction which consists of eternal misery in hell
12603
John 17:12
απωλειας
1
aqetew,v {ath-et-eh'-o}
1) to do away with, to set aside, disregard 2) to thwart the efficacy of anything, nullify, make void, frustrate 3) to reject, to refuse, to slight
9980
John 12:48
αθετων
1
arestoV,a {ar-es-tos'}
1) pleasing, agreeable
6267
John 8:29
αρεστα
1
ariqmoV,n {ar-ith-mos'}
1) a fixed and definite number 2) an indefinite number, a multitude
3793
John 6:10
αριθμον
2
aristaw,v {ar-is-tah'-o}
1) to breakfast 2) by later usage, to dine
15328
John 21:12
αριστησατε
15369
John 21:15
ηριστησαν
2
arkew,v {ar-keh'-o}
1) to be possessed of unfailing strength 1a) to be strong, to suffice, to be enough 1a1) to defend, ward off 1b) to be satisfied, to be contented
3738
John 6:7
αρκουσιν
10829
John 14:8
αρκει
4
arneomai,v {ar-neh'-om-ahee}
1) to deny 2) to deny someone 2a) to deny one's self 2a1) to disregard his own interests or to prove false to himself 2a2) act entirely unlike himself 3) to deny, abnegate, abjure 4) not to accept, to reject, to refuse something offered
281
John 1:20
ηρνησατο
10704
John 13:38
αρνηση
13329
John 18:25
ηρνησατο
13360
John 18:27
ηρνησατο
1
arnion,n {ar-nee'-on}
1) a little lamb, a lamb
15395
John 21:15
αρνια
8
arch,n {ar-khay'}
1) beginning, origin 2) the person or thing that commences, the first person or thing in a series, the leader 3) that by which anything begins to be, the origin, the active cause 4) the extremity of a thing 4a) of the corners of a sail 5) the first place, principality, rule, magistracy 5a) of angels and demons
2
John 1:1
αρχη
21
John 1:2
αρχη
994
John 2:11
αρχην
4773
John 6:64
αρχης
6188
John 8:25
αρχην
6530
John 8:44
αρχης
11782
John 15:27
αρχης
11838
John 16:4
αρχης
2
archgoV,n {ar-khay-gos'}
1) the chief leader, prince 1a) of Christ 2) one that takes the lead in any thing and thus affords an example, a predecessor in a matter, pioneer 3) the author
5671
John 7:48
αρχοντων
9883
John 12:42
αρχοντων
21
arciereuV,n {ar-khee-er-yuce'}
1) chief priest, high priest He above all others was honoured with the title of priest, the chief of priests. It was lawful for him to perform the common duties of the priesthood; but his chief duty was, once a year on the day of atonement, to enter into the Holy of Holies (from which the other priests were excluded) and offer sacrifices for his own sins and the sins of the people, and to preside over the Sanhedrin, or Supreme Council, when convened for judicial deliberations. According to Mosaic law, no one could aspire to the high priesthood unless he were of the tribe of Aaron and descended from a high priestly family; and he on whom the office was conferred held it till death. But from the time of Antiochus Epiphanes, when the kings of Seleucideae and afterwards the Herodian princes and the Romans arrogated to themselves the power of appointing the high priests, the office neither remained vested in the pontifical family nor was conferred on any for life; but it became venal, and could be transferred from one to another according to the will of civic or military rulers. Hence it came to pass, that during the one hundred and seven years intervening between Herod the Great and the destruction of the holy city, twenty eight persons held the pontifical dignity. 2) the high priests, these comprise in addition to one holding the high priestly office, both those who had previously discharged it and although disposed, continued to have great power in the State, as well as the members of the families from which high priest were created, provided that they had much influence in public affairs. 3) Used of Christ because by undergoing a bloody death he offered himself as an expiatory sacrifice to God, and has entered into the heavenly sanctuary where he continually intercedes on our behalf.
5414
John 7:32
αρχιερεις
5639
John 7:45
αρχιερεις
8944
John 11:47
αρχιερεις
8987
John 11:49
αρχιερευς
9023
John 11:51
αρχιερευς
9136
John 11:57
αρχιερεις
9325
John 12:10
αρχιερεις
12916
John 18:3
αρχιερεων
13027
John 18:10
αρχιερεως
13094
John 18:13
αρχιερευς
13129
John 18:15
αρχιερει
13138
John 18:15
αρχιερεως
13156
John 18:16
αρχιερεως
13213
John 18:19
αρχιερευς
13284
John 18:22
αρχιερει
13310
John 18:24
αρχιερεα
13341
John 18:26
αρχιερεως
13508
John 18:35
αρχιερεις
13741
John 19:6
αρχιερεις
13941
John 19:15
αρχιερεις
14040
John 19:21
αρχιερεις
3
arcitriklinoV,n {ar-khee-tree'-klee-nos}
1) the superintendent of the dining room, a table master. It differs from toast-master, who was one of the guests selected by lot to prescribe to the rest the mode of drinking. The table master was to place in order the tables and the couches, arrange the courses, taste the food and wine beforehand, and so forth.
939
John 2:8
αρχιτρικλινω
947
John 2:9
αρχιτρικλινος
969
John 2:9
αρχιτρικλινος
2
asqeneia,n {as-then'-i-ah}
1) want of strength, weakness, infirmity 1a) of the body 1a1) its native weakness and frailty 1a2) feebleness of health or sickness 1b) of the soul 1b1) want of strength and capacity requisite 1b1a) to understand a thing 1b1b) to do things great and glorious 1b1c) to restrain corrupt desires 1b1d) to bear trials and troubles
2904
John 5:5
ασθενεια
8262
John 11:4
ασθενεια
8
asqenew,v {as-then-eh'-o}
1) to be weak, feeble, to be without strength, powerless 2) to be weak in means, needy, poor 3) to be feeble, sick
2701
John 4:46
ησθενει
2888
John 5:3
ασθενουντων
2926
John 5:7
ασθενων
3673
John 6:2
ασθενουντων
8209
John 11:1
ασθενων
8242
John 11:2
ησθενει
8254
John 11:3
ασθενει
8298
John 11:6
ασθενει
1
atimazw,v {at-im-ad'-zo}
1) to dishonour, insult, treat with contempt 1a) whether in word, deed or thought
6634
John 8:49
ατιμαζετε
6
aima,n {hah'-ee-mah}
1) blood 1a) of man or animals 1b) refers to the seat of life 1c) of those things that resemble blood, grape juice 2) blood shed, to be shed by violence, slay, murder
153
John 1:13
αιματων
4589
John 6:53
αιμα
4604
John 6:54
αιμα
4623
John 6:55
αιμα
4637
John 6:56
αιμα
14320
John 19:34
αιμα
26
airw,v {ah'-ee-ro}
1) to raise up, elevate, lift up 1a) to raise from the ground, take up: stones 1b) to raise upwards, elevate, lift up: the hand 1c) to draw up: a fish 2) to take upon one's self and carry what has been raised up, to bear 3) to bear away what has been raised, carry off 3a) to move from its place 3b) to take off or away what is attached to anything 3c) to remove 3d) to carry off, carry away with one 3e) to appropriate what is taken 3f) to take away from another what is his or what is committed to him, to take by force 3g) to take and apply to any use 3h) to take from among the living, either by a natural death, or by violence 3i) cause to cease
426
John 1:29
αιρων
1100
John 2:16
αρατε
2955
John 5:8
αρον
2968
John 5:9
ηρεν
2993
John 5:10
αραι
3008
John 5:11
αρον
3023
John 5:12
αρον
6804
John 8:59
ηραν
7814
John 10:18
αιρει
7912
John 10:24
αιρεις
8805
John 11:39
αρατε
8836
John 11:41
ηραν
8843
John 11:41
ηρεν
8973
John 11:48
αρουσιν
11306
John 15:2
αιρει
12165
John 16:22
αιρει
12655
John 17:15
αρης
13927
John 19:15
αρον
13928
John 19:15
αρον
14275
John 19:31
αρθωσιν
14385
John 19:38
αρη
14397
John 19:38
ηρεν
14494
John 20:1
ηρμενον
14517
John 20:2
ηραν
14689
John 20:13
ηραν
14744
John 20:15
αρω
1
aigialoV,n {ahee-ghee-al-os'}
1) the shore of the sea, the beach
15167
John 21:4
αιγιαλον
11
aitew,v {ahee-teh'-o}
1) to ask, beg, call for, crave, desire, require
2042
John 4:9
αιτεις
2073
John 4:10
ητησας
8535
John 11:22
αιτηση
10940
John 14:13
αιτησητε
10956
John 14:14
αιτησητε
11420
John 15:7
αιτησασθε
11583
John 15:16
αιτησητε
12183
John 16:23
αιτησητε
12195
John 16:24
ητησατε
12201
John 16:24
αιτειτε
12238
John 16:26
αιτησεσθε
3
aitia,n {ahee-tee'-a}
1) cause, reason 2) cause for which one is worthy of punishment, crime 3) charge of crime, accusation
13621
John 18:38
αιτιαν
13713
John 19:4
αιτιαν
13764
John 19:6
αιτιαν
13
aiwn,n {ahee-ohn'}
1) for ever, an unbroken age, perpetuity of time, eternity 2) the worlds, universe 3) period of time, age
2157
John 4:14
αιωνα
4534
John 6:51
αιωνα
4686
John 6:58
αιωνα
6352
John 8:35
αιωνα
6358
John 8:35
αιωνα
6664
John 8:51
αιωνα
6695
John 8:52
αιωνα
7365
John 9:32
αιωνος
7982
John 10:28
αιωνα
8595
John 11:26
αιωνα
9730
John 12:34
αιωνα
10186
John 13:8
αιωνα
10986
John 14:16
αιωνα
17
aiwnioV,a {ahee-o'-nee-os}
1) without beginning and end, that which always has been and always will be 2) without beginning 3) without end, never to cease, everlasting
1519
John 3:15
αιωνιον
1544
John 3:16
αιωνιον
1902
John 3:36
αιωνιον
2172
John 4:14
αιωνιον
2518
John 4:36
αιωνιον
3258
John 5:24
αιωνιον
3531
John 5:39
αιωνιον
4098
John 6:27
αιωνιον
4351
John 6:40
αιωνιον
4478
John 6:47
αιωνιον
4607
John 6:54
αιωνιον
4844
John 6:68
αιωνιου
7975
John 10:28
αιωνιον
9586
John 12:25
αιωνιον
10030
John 12:50
αιωνιος
12406
John 17:2
αιωνιον
12411
John 17:3
αιωνιος
1
auxanw,v {owx-an'-o}
1) to cause to grow, augment 2) to increase, become greater 3) to grow, increase 3a) of plants 3b) of infants 3c) of a multitude of people 3d) of inward Christian growth
1811
John 3:30
αυξανειν
3
aulh,n {ow-lay'}
1) among the Greeks in Homer's time, an uncovered space around the house, enclosed by a wall, in which the stables stood, hence among the Orientals that roofless enclosure by a wall, in the open country in which the flocks were herded at night, a sheepfold 2) the uncovered courtyard of the house. In the O.T. particularly of the courts of the tabernacle and of the temple in Jerusalem. The dwellings of the higher classes usually had two, one exterior, between the door and the street; the other interior, surrounded by the buildings of the dwelling itself. The latter is mentioned Mat. 26:69. 3) the house itself, a palace
7523
John 10:1
αυλην
7780
John 10:16
αυλης
13136
John 18:15
αυλην
1
Doing a thing with one's own hands (Often in the tragedians and Attic orators)
5799
John 8:4
αυτοφωρω
733
autoV,rp {ow-tos'}
1) himself, herself, themselves, itself 2) he, she, it 3) the same
27
John 1:3
αυτου
31
John 1:3
αυτου
38
John 1:4
αυτω
59
John 1:5
αυτο
68
John 1:6
αυτω
83
John 1:7
αυτου
116
John 1:10
αυτου
121
John 1:10
αυτον
131
John 1:11
αυτον
137
John 1:12
αυτον
139
John 1:12
αυτοις
149
John 1:12
αυτου
179
John 1:14
αυτου
192
John 1:15
αυτου
215
John 1:16
αυτου
263
John 1:19
αυτον
273
John 1:19
αυτον
292
John 1:21
αυτον
311
John 1:22
αυτω
348
John 1:25
αυτον
351
John 1:25
αυτω
367
John 1:26
αυτοις
393
John 1:27
αυτου
417
John 1:29
αυτον
452
John 1:31
αυτον
481
John 1:32
αυτον
485
John 1:33
αυτον
506
John 1:33
αυτον
535
John 1:35
αυτου
553
John 1:37
αυτου
568
John 1:38
αυτοις
574
John 1:38
αυτω
583
John 1:39
αυτοις
595
John 1:39
αυτω
620
John 1:40
αυτω
631
John 1:41
αυτω
640
John 1:42
αυτον
645
John 1:42
αυτω
673
John 1:43
αυτω
696
John 1:45
αυτω
716
John 1:46
αυτω
725
John 1:46
αυτω
738
John 1:47
αυτον
742
John 1:47
αυτου
752
John 1:48
αυτω
761
John 1:48
αυτω
774
John 1:49
αυτω
792
John 1:50
αυτω
808
John 1:51
αυτω
856
John 2:2
αυτου
869
John 2:3
αυτον
875
John 2:4
αυτη
891
John 2:5
αυτου
919
John 2:7
αυτοις
933
John 2:8
αυτοις
972
John 2:10
αυτω
1007
John 2:11
αυτου
1011
John 2:11
αυτον
1014
John 2:11
αυτου
1020
John 2:12
αυτος
1024
John 2:12
αυτου
1028
John 2:12
αυτου
1032
John 2:12
αυτου
1115
John 2:17
αυτου
1132
John 2:18
αυτω
1144
John 2:19
αυτοις
1154
John 2:19
αυτον
1173
John 2:20
αυτον
1182
John 2:21
αυτου
1191
John 2:22
αυτου
1223
John 2:23
αυτου
1225
John 2:23
αυτου
1230
John 2:24
αυτος
1235
John 2:24
αυτον
1236
John 2:24
αυτοις
1239
John 2:24
αυτον
1253
John 2:25
αυτος
1269
John 3:1
αυτω
1276
John 3:2
αυτον
1280
John 3:2
αυτω
1304
John 3:2
αυτου
1309
John 3:3
αυτω
1328
John 3:4
αυτον
1344
John 3:4
αυτου
1403
John 3:8
αυτου
1425
John 3:9
αυτω
1434
John 3:10
αυτω
1516
John 3:15
αυτω
1538
John 3:16
αυτον
1565
John 3:17
αυτου
1569
John 3:18
αυτον
1613
John 3:19
αυτων
1636
John 3:20
αυτου
1648
John 3:21
αυτου
1664
John 3:22
αυτου
1673
John 3:22
αυτων
1723
John 3:26
αυτω
1742
John 3:26
αυτον
1757
John 3:27
αυτω
1761
John 3:28
αυτοι
1794
John 3:29
αυτου
1852
John 3:32
αυτου
1857
John 3:33
αυτου
1894
John 3:35
αυτου
1918
John 3:36
αυτον
1939
John 4:2
αυτος
1945
John 4:2
αυτου
1957
John 4:4
αυτον
1980
John 4:5
αυτου
2011
John 4:7
αυτη
2020
John 4:8
αυτου
2030
John 4:9
αυτω
2055
John 4:10
αυτη
2074
John 4:10
αυτον
2082
John 4:11
αυτω
2115
John 4:12
αυτος
2117
John 4:12
αυτου
2122
John 4:12
αυτου
2126
John 4:12
αυτου
2131
John 4:13
αυτη
2151
John 4:14
αυτω
2163
John 4:14
αυτω
2166
John 4:14
αυτω
2175
John 4:15
αυτον
2192
John 4:16
αυτη
2206
John 4:17
αυτω
2211
John 4:17
αυτη
2236
John 4:19
αυτω
2266
John 4:21
αυτη
2328
John 4:23
αυτον
2335
John 4:24
αυτον
2343
John 4:25
αυτω
2360
John 4:26
αυτη
2374
John 4:27
αυτου
2390
John 4:27
αυτης
2395
John 4:28
αυτης
2428
John 4:30
αυτον
2433
John 4:31
αυτον
2442
John 4:32
αυτοις
2460
John 4:33
αυτω
2463
John 4:34
αυτοις
2478
John 4:34
αυτου
2558
John 4:38
αυτων
2568
John 4:39
αυτον
2587
John 4:40
αυτον
2591
John 4:40
αυτον
2594
John 4:40
αυτοις
2607
John 4:41
αυτου
2619
John 4:42
αυτοι
2642
John 4:44
αυτος
2662
John 4:45
αυτον
2675
John 4:45
αυτοι
2717
John 4:47
αυτον
2724
John 4:47
αυτου
2735
John 4:48
αυτον
2747
John 4:49
αυτον
2758
John 4:50
αυτω
2773
John 4:50
αυτω
2780
John 4:51
αυτου
2784
John 4:51
αυτου
2786
John 4:51
αυτω
2791
John 4:51
αυτου
2798
John 4:52
αυτων
2805
John 4:52
αυτω
2811
John 4:52
αυτον
2826
John 4:53
αυτω
2835
John 4:53
αυτος
2839
John 4:53
αυτου
2905
John 5:5
αυτου
2919
John 5:7
αυτω
2924
John 5:7
αυτω
2951
John 5:8
αυτω
2971
John 5:9
αυτου
3000
John 5:11
αυτοις
3015
John 5:12
αυτον
3045
John 5:14
αυτον
3053
John 5:14
αυτω
3077
John 5:15
αυτον
3096
John 5:17
αυτοις
3110
John 5:18
αυτον
3138
John 5:19
αυτοις
3178
John 5:20
αυτω
3180
John 5:20
αυτος
3186
John 5:20
αυτω
3240
John 5:23
αυτον
3316
John 5:27
αυτω
3339
John 5:28
αυτου
3454
John 5:35
αυτου
3473
John 5:36
αυτα
3474
John 5:36
αυτα
3498
John 5:37
αυτου
3503
John 5:37
αυτου
3508
John 5:38
αυτου
3529
John 5:39
αυταις
3662
John 6:2
αυτω
3686
John 6:3
αυτου
3709
John 6:5
αυτον
3723
John 6:6
αυτον
3724
John 6:6
αυτος
3731
John 6:7
αυτω
3739
John 6:7
αυτοις
3746
John 6:8
αυτω
3751
John 6:8
αυτου
3820
John 6:12
αυτου
3873
John 6:15
αυτον
3882
John 6:15
αυτος
3891
John 6:16
αυτου
3948
John 6:20
αυτοις
3956
John 6:21
αυτον
3996
John 6:22
αυτου
4006
John 6:22
αυτου
4036
John 6:24
αυτου
4038
John 6:24
αυτοι
4051
John 6:25
αυτον
4056
John 6:25
αυτω
4062
John 6:26
αυτοις
4116
John 6:28
αυτον
4130
John 6:29
αυτοις
4145
John 6:30
αυτω
4175
John 6:31
αυτοις
4179
John 6:32
αυτοις
4227
John 6:34
αυτον
4236
John 6:35
αυτοις
4323
John 6:39
αυτου
4326
John 6:39
αυτο
4348
John 6:40
αυτον
4354
John 6:40
αυτον
4365
John 6:41
αυτου
4406
John 6:43
αυτοις
4424
John 6:44
αυτον
4427
John 6:44
αυτον
4508
John 6:50
αυτου
4565
John 6:52
αυτου
4569
John 6:53
αυτοις
4587
John 6:53
αυτου
4610
John 6:54
αυτον
4643
John 6:56
αυτω
4700
John 6:60
αυτου
4709
John 6:60
αυτου
4723
John 6:61
αυτου
4725
John 6:61
αυτοις
4786
John 6:64
αυτον
4803
John 6:65
αυτω
4813
John 6:66
αυτου
4821
John 6:66
αυτου
4835
John 6:68
αυτω
4859
John 6:70
αυτοις
4884
John 6:71
αυτον
4907
John 7:1
αυτον
4923
John 7:3
αυτον
4926
John 7:3
αυτου
4953
John 7:4
αυτος
4968
John 7:5
αυτου
4971
John 7:5
αυτον
4974
John 7:6
αυτοις
5004
John 7:7
αυτου
5008
John 7:7
αυτου
5032
John 7:9
αυτος
5042
John 7:10
αυτου
5048
John 7:10
αυτος
5060
John 7:11
αυτον
5072
John 7:12
αυτου
5097
John 7:13
αυτου
5128
John 7:16
αυτοις
5148
John 7:17
αυτου
5180
John 7:18
αυτον
5187
John 7:18
αυτω
5220
John 7:21
αυτοις
5297
John 7:26
αυτω
5356
John 7:29
αυτον
5359
John 7:29
αυτου
5366
John 7:30
αυτον
5372
John 7:30
αυτον
5380
John 7:30
αυτου
5388
John 7:31
αυτον
5409
John 7:32
αυτου
5421
John 7:32
αυτον
5466
John 7:35
αυτον
5535
John 7:38
αυτου
5551
John 7:39
αυτον
5618
John 7:43
αυτον
5623
John 7:44
αυτων
5625
John 7:44
αυτον
5630
John 7:44
αυτον
5644
John 7:45
αυτοις
5650
John 7:45
αυτον
5660
John 7:47
αυτοις
5674
John 7:48
αυτον
5697
John 7:50
αυτον
5703
John 7:50
αυτων
5716
John 7:51
αυτου
5724
John 7:52
αυτω
5748
John 7:53
αυτου
5770
John 8:2
αυτον
5792
John 8:4
αυτω
5819
John 8:5
αυτον
5823
John 8:6
αυτου
5839
John 8:7
αυτον
5843
John 8:7
αυτοις
5884
John 8:10
αυτη
5913
John 8:12
αυτοις
5941
John 8:13
αυτω
5958
John 8:14
αυτοις
6047
John 8:19
αυτω
6085
John 8:20
αυτον
6091
John 8:20
αυτου
6095
John 8:21
αυτοις
6132
John 8:23
αυτοις
6179
John 8:25
αυτω
6184
John 8:25
αυτοις
6211
John 8:26
αυτου
6222
John 8:27
αυτοις
6226
John 8:28
αυτοις
6268
John 8:29
αυτω
6272
John 8:30
αυτου
6277
John 8:30
αυτον
6285
John 8:31
αυτω
6310
John 8:33
αυτον
6325
John 8:34
αυτοις
6405
John 8:39
αυτω
6412
John 8:39
αυτοις
6454
John 8:41
αυτω
6466
John 8:42
αυτοις
6542
John 8:44
αυτω
6557
John 8:44
αυτου
6609
John 8:48
αυτω
6667
John 8:52
αυτω
6741
John 8:55
αυτον
6745
John 8:55
αυτον
6751
John 8:55
αυτον
6758
John 8:55
αυτον
6762
John 8:55
αυτου
6784
John 8:57
αυτον
6793
John 8:58
αυτοις
6810
John 8:59
αυτον
6828
John 9:2
αυτον
6831
John 9:2
αυτου
6840
John 9:2
αυτου
6852
John 9:3
αυτου
6861
John 9:3
αυτω
6900
John 9:6
αυτου
6908
John 9:7
αυτω
6932
John 9:8
αυτον
6956
John 9:9
αυτω
6965
John 9:10
αυτω
7003
John 9:12
αυτω
7011
John 9:13
αυτον
7031
John 9:14
αυτου
7037
John 9:15
αυτον
7046
John 9:15
αυτοις
7089
John 9:16
αυτοις
7099
John 9:17
αυτου
7117
John 9:18
αυτου
7128
John 9:18
αυτου
7154
John 9:20
αυτου
7177
John 9:21
αυτου
7183
John 9:21
αυτον
7187
John 9:21
αυτος
7195
John 9:22
αυτου
7208
John 9:22
αυτον
7217
John 9:23
αυτου
7222
John 9:23
αυτον
7235
John 9:24
αυτω
7265
John 9:26
αυτω
7275
John 9:27
αυτοις
7290
John 9:27
αυτου
7295
John 9:28
αυτον
7326
John 9:30
αυτοις
7359
John 9:31
αυτου
7387
John 9:34
αυτω
7399
John 9:34
αυτον
7405
John 9:35
αυτον
7409
John 9:35
αυτον
7429
John 9:36
αυτον
7431
John 9:37
αυτω
7436
John 9:37
αυτον
7451
John 9:38
αυτω
7481
John 9:40
αυτου
7485
John 9:40
αυτω
7492
John 9:41
αυτοις
7553
John 10:3
αυτου
7564
John 10:3
αυτα
7571
John 10:4
αυτων
7576
John 10:4
αυτω
7582
John 10:4
αυτου
7591
John 10:5
αυτου
7603
John 10:6
αυτοις
7614
John 10:6
αυτοις
7643
John 10:8
αυτων
7695
John 10:11
αυτου
7726
John 10:12
αυτα
7735
John 10:13
αυτω
7856
John 10:20
αυτων
7862
John 10:20
αυτου
7901
John 10:24
αυτον
7906
John 10:24
αυτω
7922
John 10:25
αυτοις
7967
John 10:27
αυτα
7973
John 10:28
αυτοις
7987
John 10:28
αυτα
8023
John 10:31
αυτον
8025
John 10:32
αυτοις
8038
John 10:32
αυτων
8043
John 10:33
αυτω
8064
John 10:34
αυτοις
8151
John 10:39
αυτον
8159
John 10:39
αυτων
8182
John 10:41
αυτον
8204
John 10:42
αυτον
8221
John 11:1
αυτης
8234
John 11:2
αυτου
8237
John 11:2
αυτης
8248
John 11:3
αυτον
8280
John 11:4
αυτης
8290
John 11:5
αυτης
8320
John 11:8
αυτω
8371
John 11:10
αυτω
8378
John 11:11
αυτοις
8388
John 11:11
αυτον
8393
John 11:12
αυτω
8405
John 11:13
αυτου
8419
John 11:14
αυτοις
8438
John 11:15
αυτον
8453
John 11:16
αυτου
8459
John 11:17
αυτον
8504
John 11:20
αυτω
8543
John 11:23
αυτη
8551
John 11:24
αυτω
8565
John 11:25
αυτη
8599
John 11:27
αυτω
8627
John 11:28
αυτης
8645
John 11:29
αυτον
8662
John 11:30
αυτω
8671
John 11:31
αυτης
8687
John 11:31
αυτη
8706
John 11:32
αυτον
8708
John 11:32
αυτου
8713
John 11:32
αυτω
8733
John 11:33
αυτη
8746
John 11:34
αυτον
8748
John 11:34
αυτω
8763
John 11:36
αυτον
8767
John 11:37
αυτων
8801
John 11:38
αυτω
8809
John 11:39
αυτω
8822
John 11:40
αυτη
8897
John 11:44
αυτου
8901
John 11:44
αυτοις
8905
John 11:44
αυτον
8908
John 11:44
αυτον
8926
John 11:45
αυτον
8930
John 11:46
αυτων
8937
John 11:46
αυτοις
8962
John 11:48
αυτον
8967
John 11:48
αυτον
8985
John 11:49
αυτων
8993
John 11:49
αυτοις
9062
John 11:53
αυτον
9150
John 11:57
αυτον
9172
John 12:2
αυτω
9188
John 12:2
αυτω
9207
John 12:3
αυτης
9210
John 12:3
αυτου
9229
John 12:4
αυτου
9232
John 12:4
αυτον
9255
John 12:6
αυτω
9281
John 12:7
αυτο
9334
John 12:11
αυτον
9369
John 12:13
αυτω
9391
John 12:14
αυτο
9411
John 12:16
αυτου
9426
John 12:16
αυτω
9431
John 12:16
αυτω
9439
John 12:17
αυτου
9449
John 12:17
αυτον
9456
John 12:18
αυτω
9462
John 12:18
αυτον
9481
John 12:19
αυτου
9506
John 12:21
αυτον
9532
John 12:23
αυτοις
9558
John 12:24
αυτος
9571
John 12:25
αυτου
9579
John 12:25
αυτου
9611
John 12:26
αυτον
9666
John 12:29
αυτω
9716
John 12:34
αυτω
9751
John 12:35
αυτοις
9801
John 12:36
αυτων
9804
John 12:37
αυτου
9808
John 12:37
αυτων
9812
John 12:37
αυτον
9844
John 12:40
αυτων
9849
John 12:40
αυτων
9873
John 12:41
αυτου
9877
John 12:41
αυτου
9887
John 12:42
αυτον
9966
John 12:47
αυτον
9991
John 12:48
αυτον
9998
John 12:48
αυτον
10014
John 12:49
αυτος
10028
John 12:50
αυτου
10054
John 13:1
αυτου
10089
John 13:2
αυτον
10097
John 13:3
αυτω
10152
John 13:6
αυτω
10163
John 13:7
αυτω
10176
John 13:8
αυτω
10189
John 13:8
αυτω
10200
John 13:9
αυτω
10217
John 13:10
αυτω
10245
John 13:11
αυτον
10259
John 13:12
αυτων
10264
John 13:12
αυτου
10269
John 13:12
αυτοις
10328
John 13:16
αυτου
10334
John 13:16
αυτον
10342
John 13:17
αυτα
10367
John 13:18
αυτου
10437
John 13:23
αυτου
10469
John 13:25
αυτω
10485
John 13:26
αυτω
10508
John 13:27
αυτω
10524
John 13:28
αυτω
10535
John 13:29
αυτω
10577
John 13:31
αυτω
10583
John 13:32
αυτω
10588
John 13:32
αυτον
10590
John 13:32
αυτω
10594
John 13:32
αυτον
10649
John 13:36
αυτω
10656
John 13:36
αυτω
10669
John 13:37
αυτω
10769
John 14:5
αυτω
10782
John 14:6
αυτω
10816
John 14:7
αυτον
10819
John 14:7
αυτον
10821
John 14:8
αυτω
10832
John 14:9
αυτω
10890
John 14:10
αυτου
10909
John 14:11
αυτα
11001
John 14:17
αυτο
11006
John 14:17
αυτο
11083
John 14:21
αυτον
11086
John 14:21
αυτω
11089
John 14:22
αυτω
11111
John 14:23
αυτω
11125
John 14:23
αυτον
11128
John 14:23
αυτον
11133
John 14:23
αυτω
11307
John 15:2
αυτο
11314
John 15:2
αυτο
11371
John 15:5
αυτω
11398
John 15:6
αυτα
11472
John 15:10
αυτου
11513
John 15:13
αυτου
11518
John 15:13
αυτου
11540
John 15:15
αυτου
11653
John 15:20
αυτου
11690
John 15:22
αυτοις
11702
John 15:22
αυτων
11717
John 15:24
αυτοις
11746
John 15:25
αυτων
11827
John 16:4
αυτων
11829
John 16:4
αυτων
11896
John 16:7
αυτον
12026
John 16:17
αυτου
12070
John 16:19
αυτον
12074
John 16:19
αυτοις
12125
John 16:21
αυτης
12250
John 16:27
αυτος
12289
John 16:29
αυτου
12320
John 16:31
αυτοις
12374
John 17:1
αυτου
12394
John 17:2
αυτω
12402
John 17:2
αυτω
12404
John 17:2
αυτοις
12497
John 17:8
αυτοις
12499
John 17:8
αυτοι
12516
John 17:9
αυτων
12544
John 17:10
αυτοις
12552
John 17:11
αυτοι
12580
John 17:12
αυτων
12596
John 17:12
αυτων
12630
John 17:14
αυτοις
12704
John 17:19
αυτων
12711
John 17:19
αυτοι
12729
John 17:20
αυτων
12746
John 17:21
αυτοι
12765
John 17:22
αυτοις
12774
John 17:23
αυτοις
12847
John 17:26
αυτοις
12860
John 17:26
αυτοις
12864
John 17:26
αυτοις
12872
John 18:1
αυτου
12884
John 18:1
αυτος
12888
John 18:1
αυτου
12895
John 18:2
αυτον
12906
John 18:2
αυτου
12937
John 18:4
αυτον
12941
John 18:4
αυτοις
12945
John 18:5
αυτω
12950
John 18:5
αυτοις
12959
John 18:5
αυτον
12961
John 18:5
αυτων
12965
John 18:6
αυτοις
13014
John 18:9
αυτων
13031
John 18:10
αυτου
13064
John 18:11
αυτο
13081
John 18:12
αυτον
13207
John 18:18
αυτων
13220
John 18:19
αυτου
13225
John 18:19
αυτου
13227
John 18:20
αυτω
13261
John 18:21
αυτοις
13270
John 18:22
αυτου
13286
John 18:23
αυτω
13303
John 18:24
αυτον
13320
John 18:25
αυτω
13327
John 18:25
αυτου
13357
John 18:26
αυτου
13380
John 18:28
αυτοι
13412
John 18:30
αυτω
13423
John 18:30
αυτον
13426
John 18:31
αυτοις
13430
John 18:31
αυτον
13438
John 18:31
αυτον
13440
John 18:31
αυτω
13475
John 18:33
αυτω
13558
John 18:37
αυτω
13599
John 18:38
αυτω
13615
John 18:38
αυτοις
13620
John 18:38
αυτω
13672
John 19:2
αυτου
13679
John 19:2
αυτον
13683
John 19:3
αυτον
13693
John 19:3
αυτω
13703
John 19:4
αυτοις
13707
John 19:4
αυτον
13716
John 19:4
αυτω
13732
John 19:5
αυτοις
13739
John 19:6
αυτον
13750
John 19:6
αυτοις
13754
John 19:6
αυτον
13763
John 19:6
αυτω
13766
John 19:7
αυτω
13812
John 19:9
αυτω
13815
John 19:10
αυτω
13834
John 19:11
αυτω
13863
John 19:12
αυτον
13930
John 19:15
αυτον
13932
John 19:15
αυτοις
13951
John 19:16
αυτον
13952
John 19:16
αυτοις
13975
John 19:18
αυτον
13979
John 19:18
αυτου
14073
John 19:23
αυτου
14101
John 19:24
αυτον
14105
John 19:24
αυτου
14141
John 19:25
αυτου
14147
John 19:25
αυτου
14222
John 19:29
αυτου
14271
John 19:31
αυτων
14292
John 19:32
αυτω
14301
John 19:33
αυτον
14305
John 19:33
αυτου
14313
John 19:34
αυτου
14329
John 19:35
αυτου
14353
John 19:36
αυτου
14400
John 19:38
αυτου
14408
John 19:39
αυτον
14428
John 19:40
αυτο
14516
John 20:2
αυτοις
14528
John 20:2
αυτον
14576
John 20:6
αυτω
14595
John 20:7
αυτου
14631
John 20:9
αυτον
14681
John 20:13
αυτη
14687
John 20:13
αυτοις
14698
John 20:13
αυτον
14717
John 20:15
αυτη
14731
John 20:15
αυτω
14736
John 20:15
αυτον
14741
John 20:15
αυτον
14743
John 20:15
αυτον
14746
John 20:16
αυτη
14752
John 20:16
αυτω
14759
John 20:17
αυτη
14778
John 20:17
αυτοις
14807
John 20:18
αυτη
14840
John 20:19
αυτοις
14852
John 20:20
αυτοις
14862
John 20:21
αυτοις
14882
John 20:22
αυτοις
14892
John 20:23
αυτοις
14909
John 20:24
αυτων
14915
John 20:25
αυτω
14925
John 20:25
αυτοις
14932
John 20:25
αυτου
14955
John 20:25
αυτου
14968
John 20:26
αυτου
14972
John 20:26
αυτων
15023
John 20:28
αυτω
15032
John 20:29
αυτω
15057
John 20:30
αυτου
15088
John 20:31
αυτου
15131
John 21:2
αυτου
15134
John 21:3
αυτοις
15140
John 21:3
αυτω
15178
John 21:5
αυτοις
15187
John 21:5
αυτω
15192
John 21:6
αυτοις
15208
John 21:6
αυτο
15289
John 21:10
αυτοις
15324
John 21:12
αυτοις
15335
John 21:12
αυτον
15352
John 21:13
αυτοις
15383
John 21:15
αυτω
15392
John 21:15
αυτω
15398
John 21:16
αυτω
15406
John 21:16
αυτω
15415
John 21:16
αυτω
15421
John 21:17
αυτω
15433
John 21:17
αυτω
15440
John 21:17
αυτω
15451
John 21:17
αυτω
15500
John 21:19
αυτω
15523
John 21:20
αυτου
15545
John 21:22
αυτω
15549
John 21:22
αυτον
15577
John 21:23
αυτω
15585
John 21:23
αυτον
15609
John 21:24
αυτου
15628
John 21:25
αυτον