136
pathr,n {pat-ayr'}
1) generator or male ancestor 1a) either the nearest ancestor: father of the corporeal nature, natural fathers, both parents 1b) a more remote ancestor, the founder of a family or tribe, progenitor of a people, forefather: so Abraham is called, Jacob and David 1b1) fathers i.e. ancestors, forefathers, founders of a nation 1c) one advanced in years, a senior 2) metaph. 2a) the originator and transmitter of anything 2a1) the authors of a family or society of persons animated by the same spirit as himself 2a2) one who has infused his own spirit into others, who actuates and governs their minds 2b) one who stands in a father's place and looks after another in a paternal way 2c) a title of honour 2c1) teachers, as those to whom pupils trace back the knowledge and training they have received 2c2) the members of the Sanhedrin, whose prerogative it was by virtue of the wisdom and experience in which they excelled, to take charge of the interests of others 3) God is called the Father 3a) of the stars, the heavenly luminaries, because he is their creator, upholder, ruler 3b) of all rational and intelligent beings, whether angels or men, because he is their creator, preserver, guardian and protector 3b1) of spiritual beings and of all men 3c) of Christians, as those who through Christ have been exalted to a specially close and intimate relationship with God, and who no longer dread him as a stern judge of sinners, but revere him as their reconciled and loving Father 3d) the Father of Jesus Christ, as one whom God has united to himself in the closest bond of love and intimacy, made acquainted with his purposes, appointed to explain and carry out among men the plan of salvation, and made to share also in his own divine nature 3d1) by Jesus Christ himself 3d2) by the apostles
184
John 1:14
πατρος
250
John 1:18
πατρος
1108
John 2:16
πατρος
1884
John 3:35
πατηρ
2106
John 4:12
πατρος
2246
John 4:20
πατερες
2286
John 4:21
πατρι
2315
John 4:23
πατρι
2323
John 4:23
πατηρ
2817
John 4:53
πατηρ
3098
John 5:17
πατηρ
3122
John 5:18
πατερα
3156
John 5:19
πατερα
3171
John 5:20
πατηρ
3194
John 5:21
πατηρ
3210
John 5:22
πατηρ
3228
John 5:23
πατερα
3237
John 5:23
πατερα
3299
John 5:26
πατηρ
3470
John 5:36
πατηρ
3484
John 5:36
πατηρ
3491
John 5:37
πατηρ
3572
John 5:43
πατρος
3614
John 5:45
πατερα
4109
John 6:27
πατηρ
4159
John 6:31
πατερες
4197
John 6:32
πατηρ
4276
John 6:37
πατηρ
4337
John 6:40
πατρος
4390
John 6:42
πατερα
4419
John 6:44
πατηρ
4447
John 6:45
πατρος
4456
John 6:46
πατερα
4469
John 6:46
πατερα
4486
John 6:49
πατερες
4649
John 6:57
πατηρ
4654
John 6:57
πατερα
4675
John 6:58
πατερες
4806
John 6:65
πατρος
5243
John 7:22
πατερων
6015
John 8:16
πατηρ
6044
John 8:18
πατηρ
6051
John 8:19
πατηρ
6060
John 8:19
πατερα
6067
John 8:19
πατερα
6221
John 8:27
πατερα
6250
John 8:28
πατηρ
6391
John 8:38
πατρι
6400
John 8:38
πατρος
6407
John 8:39
πατηρ
6450
John 8:41
πατρος
6461
John 8:41
πατερα
6472
John 8:42
πατηρ
6514
John 8:44
πατρος
6522
John 8:44
πατρος
6556
John 8:44
πατηρ
6630
John 8:49
πατερα
6701
John 8:53
πατρος
6726
John 8:54
πατηρ
6766
John 8:56
πατηρ
7758
John 10:15
πατηρ
7762
John 10:15
πατερα
7801
John 10:17
πατηρ
7840
John 10:18
πατρος
7939
John 10:25
πατρος
7993
John 10:29
πατηρ
8009
John 10:29
πατρος
8013
John 10:30
πατηρ
8035
John 10:32
πατρος
8098
John 10:36
πατηρ
8121
John 10:37
πατρος
8144
John 10:38
πατηρ
8148
John 10:38
πατρι
8849
John 11:41
πατερ
9613
John 12:26
πατηρ
9622
John 12:27
πατερ
9637
John 12:28
πατερ
10013
John 12:49
πατηρ
10040
John 12:50
πατηρ
10065
John 13:1
πατερα
10099
John 13:3
πατηρ
10724
John 14:2
πατρος
10799
John 14:6
πατερα
10809
John 14:7
πατερα
10827
John 14:8
πατερα
10850
John 14:9
πατερα
10857
John 14:9
πατερα
10864
John 14:10
πατρι
10867
John 14:10
πατηρ
10883
John 14:10
πατηρ
10897
John 14:11
πατρι
10900
John 14:11
πατηρ
10934
John 14:12
πατερα
10950
John 14:13
πατηρ
10975
John 14:16
πατερα
11050
John 14:20
πατρι
11079
John 14:21
πατρος
11122
John 14:23
πατηρ
11156
John 14:24
πατρος
11173
John 14:26
πατηρ
11232
John 14:28
πατερα
11235
John 14:28
πατηρ
11274
John 14:31
πατερα
11280
John 14:31
πατηρ
11294
John 15:1
πατηρ
11428
John 15:8
πατηρ
11442
John 15:9
πατηρ
11467
John 15:10
πατρος
11553
John 15:15
πατρος
11585
John 15:16
πατερα
11708
John 15:23
πατερα
11735
John 15:24
πατερα
11762
John 15:26
πατρος
11770
John 15:26
πατρος
11815
John 16:3
πατερα
11927
John 16:10
πατερα
11996
John 16:15
πατηρ
12051
John 16:17
πατερα
12185
John 16:23
πατερα
12227
John 16:25
πατρος
12247
John 16:26
πατερα
12253
John 16:27
πατηρ
12271
John 16:28
πατρος
12285
John 16:28
πατερα
12344
John 16:32
πατηρ
12379
John 17:1
πατερ
12444
John 17:5
πατερ
12561
John 17:11
πατερ
12738
John 17:21
πατερ
12798
John 17:24
πατερ
12826
John 17:25
πατερ
13060
John 18:11
πατηρ
14769
John 20:17
πατερα
14782
John 20:17
πατερα
14785
John 20:17
πατερα
14872
John 20:21
πατηρ
1
patriV,n {pat-rece'}
1) one's native country 1a) one's fatherland, one's own country, a fixed abode or home 1b) one's own native place i.e. a city
2651
John 4:44
πατριδι
32
pempw,v {pem'-po}
1) to send 1a) to bid a thing to be carried to one 1b) to send (thrust or insert) a thing into another
318
John 1:22
πεμψασιν
488
John 1:33
πεμψας
2474
John 4:34
πεμψαντος
3239
John 5:23
πεμψαντα
3254
John 5:24
πεμψαντι
3385
John 5:30
πεμψαντος
3489
John 5:37
πεμψας
4305
John 6:38
πεμψαντος
4313
John 6:39
πεμψαντος
4421
John 6:44
πεμψας
5141
John 7:16
πεμψαντος
5179
John 7:18
πεμψαντος
5348
John 7:28
πεμψας
5436
John 7:33
πεμψαντα
6013
John 8:16
πεμψας
6042
John 8:18
πεμψας
6203
John 8:26
πεμψας
6255
John 8:29
πεμψας
6868
John 9:4
πεμψαντος
9926
John 12:44
πεμψαντα
9934
John 12:45
πεμψαντα
10011
John 12:49
πεμψας
10333
John 13:16
πεμψαντος
10390
John 13:20
πεμψω
10399
John 13:20
πεμψαντα
11154
John 14:24
πεμψαντος
11171
John 14:26
πεμψει
11683
John 15:21
πεμψαντα
11758
John 15:26
πεμψω
11850
John 16:5
πεμψαντα
11895
John 16:7
πεμψω
14874
John 20:21
πεμπω
5
pente,a {pen'-teh}
1) five
2220
John 4:18
πεντε
2880
John 5:2
πεντε
3762
John 6:9
πεντε
3838
John 6:13
πεντε
3928
John 6:19
πεντε
8
peran,p {per'-an}
1) beyond, on the other side
402
John 1:28
περαν
1729
John 3:26
περαν
3653
John 6:1
περαν
3900
John 6:17
περαν
3977
John 6:22
περαν
4052
John 6:25
περαν
8163
John 10:40
περαν
12873
John 18:1
περαν
1
peinaw,v {pi-nah'-o}
1) to hunger, be hungry 1a) to suffer want 1b) to be needy 2) metaph. to crave ardently, to seek with eager desire
4251
John 6:35
πειναση
2
peirazw,v {pi-rad'-zo}
1) to try whether a thing can be done 1a) to attempt, endeavour 2) to try, make trial of, test: for the purpose of ascertaining his quantity, or what he thinks, or how he will behave himself 2a) in a good sense 2b) in a bad sense, to test one maliciously, craftily to put to the proof his feelings or judgments 2c) to try or test one's faith, virtue, character, by enticement to sin 2c1) to solicit to sin, to tempt 1c1a) of the temptations of the devil 2d) after the OT usage 2d1) of God: to inflict evils upon one in order to prove his character and the steadfastness of his faith 2d2) men are said to tempt God by exhibitions of distrust, as though they wished to try whether he is not justly distrusted 2d3) by impious or wicked conduct to test God's justice and patience, and to challenge him, as it were to give proof of his perfections
3722
John 6:6
πειραζων
5818
John 8:6
πειραζοντες
1
penqeroV,n {pen-ther-os'}
1) father-in-law, a wife's father
13089
John 18:13
πενθερος
1
pentakiscilioi,a {pen-tak-is-khil'-ee-oy}
1) five thousand
3795
John 6:10
πεντακισχιλιοι
2
penthkonta,a {pen-tay'-kon-tah}
1) fifty
6785
John 8:57
πεντηκοντα
15314
John 21:11
πεντηκοντα
67
peri,p {per-ee'}
1) about, concerning, on account of, because of, around, near
76
John 1:7
περι
92
John 1:8
περι
191
John 1:15
περι
322
John 1:22
περι
741
John 1:47
περι
1177
John 2:21
περι
1250
John 2:25
περι
1714
John 3:25
περι
3390
John 5:31
περι
3402
John 5:32
περι
3413
John 5:32
περι
3480
John 5:36
περι
3494
John 5:37
περι
3538
John 5:39
περι
3631
John 5:46
περι
4364
John 6:41
περι
4719
John 6:61
περι
5003
John 7:7
περι
5071
John 7:12
περι
5096
John 7:13
περι
5151
John 7:17
περι
5408
John 7:32
περι
5542
John 7:39
περι
5945
John 8:13
περι
5962
John 8:14
περι
6035
John 8:18
περι
6039
John 8:18
περι
6196
John 8:26
περι
6572
John 8:46
περι
7098
John 9:17
περι
7116
John 9:18
περι
7188
John 9:21
περι
7736
John 10:13
περι
7943
John 10:25
περι
8046
John 10:33
περι
8053
John 10:33
περι
8196
John 10:41
περι
8402
John 11:13
περι
8410
John 11:13
περι
8492
John 11:19
περι
9251
John 12:6
περι
9876
John 12:41
περι
10344
John 13:18
περι
10428
John 13:22
περι
10456
John 13:24
περι
11699
John 15:22
περι
11774
John 15:26
περι
11905
John 16:8
περι
11908
John 16:8
περι
11911
John 16:8
περι
11913
John 16:9
περι
11921
John 16:10
περι
11933
John 16:11
περι
12075
John 16:19
περι
12225
John 16:25
περι
12248
John 16:26
περι
12515
John 17:9
περι
12519
John 17:9
περι
12524
John 17:9
περι
12716
John 17:20
περι
12723
John 17:20
περι
13217
John 18:19
περι
13222
John 18:19
περι
13292
John 18:23
περι
13493
John 18:34
περι
14104
John 19:24
περι
15599
John 21:24
περι
1
periballw,v {per-ee-bal'-lo}
1) to throw around, to put around 1a) to surround a city with a bank (palisade) 1b) of garments, to clothe one 1b1) to put a thing on one 1b2) to clothe one with a thing 1c) to put on or clothe one's self
13678
John 19:2
περιεβαλον
1
peridew,v {per-ee-deh'-o}
1) to bind around, tie over
8899
John 11:44
περιεδεδετο
1
periisthmi,v {per-ee-is'-tay-mee}
1) to place around one 2) to stand around 2a) to turn one's self about for the purpose of avoiding something 2b) to avoid, shun
8867
John 11:42
περιεστωτα
17
peripatew,v {per-ee-pat-eh'-o}
1) to walk 1a) to make one's way, progress; to make due use of opportunities 1b) Hebrew for, to live 1b1) to regulate one's life 1b2) to conduct one's self 1b3) to pass one's life
541
John 1:36
περιπατουντι
2960
John 5:8
περιπατει
2973
John 5:9
περιεπατει
3013
John 5:11
περιπατει
3025
John 5:12
περιπατει
3934
John 6:19
περιπατουντα
4822
John 6:66
περιεπατουν
4892
John 7:1
περιεπατει
4904
John 7:1
περιπατειν
5929
John 8:12
περιπατηση
7888
John 10:23
περιεπατει
8344
John 11:9
περιπατη
8360
John 11:10
περιπατη
9068
John 11:54
περιεπατει
9762
John 12:35
περιπατειτε
9774
John 12:35
περιπατων
15468
John 21:18
περιεπατεις
2
perisseuw,v {per-is-syoo'-o}
1) to exceed a fixed number of measure, to be left over and above a certain number or measure 1a) to be over, to remain 1b) to exist or be at hand in abundance 1b1) to be great (abundant) 1b2) a thing which comes in abundance, or overflows unto one, something falls to the lot of one in large measure 1b3) to redound unto, turn out abundantly for, a thing 1c) to abound, overflow 1c1) to be abundantly furnished with, to have in abundance, abound in (a thing), to be in affluence 1c2) to be pre-eminent, to excel 1c3) to excel more than, exceed 2) to make to abound 2a) to furnish one richly so that he has abundance 2b) to make abundant or excellent "Abounding" is used of a flower going from a bud to full bloom.
3823
John 6:12
περισσευσαντα
3843
John 6:13
επερισσευσαν
1
perissoV,a {per-is-soce'}
1) exceeding some number or measure or rank or need 1a) over and above, more than is necessary, superadded 1a1) exceeding abundantly, supremely 1a2) something further, more, much more than all, more plainly 1b) superior, extraordinary, surpassing, uncommon 1b1) pre-eminence, superiority, advantage, more eminent, more remarkable, more excellent 1) beyond measure, extraordinary 2) greatly, exceedingly
7681
John 10:10
περισσον
3
peristera,n {per-is-ter-ah'}
1) a dove
475
John 1:32
περιστεραν
1063
John 2:14
περιστερας
1097
John 2:16
περιστερας
1
peritemnw,v {per-ee-tem'-no}
1) to cut around 2) to circumcise 2a) cut off one's prepuce (used of that well known rite by which not only the male children of the Israelites, on the eighth day after birth, but subsequently also "proselytes of righteousness" were consecrated to Jehovah and introduced into the number of his people) 2b) to get one's self circumcised, present one's self to be circumcised, receive circumcision 2c) since by the rite of circumcision a man was separated from the unclean world and dedicated to God, the word is transferred to denote the extinguishing of lusts and the removal of sins
5247
John 7:22
περιτεμνετε
1
peritiqhmi,v {per-ee-tith'-ay-mee}
1) to place around, set about 2) to put on a garment 3) to put or bind a thing around another 4) to present, to bestow, confer, a thing upon one
14220
John 19:29
περιθεντες
2
peritomh,n {per-it-om-ay'}
1) circumcised 1a) the act or rite of circumcision, "they of the circumcision" is a term used of the Jews 1a1) of Christians gathered from among the Jews 1a2) the state of circumcision 1b) metaph. 1b1) of Christians separated from the unclean multitude and truly consecrated to God 1b2) the extinction of passions and the removal of spiritual impurity
5233
John 7:22
περιτομην
5250
John 7:23
περιτομην
1
phcuV,n {pay'-khoos}
1) a cubit 2) a measure of length equal to distance from the joint of the elbow to the tip of the middle finger (i.e. about 18 inches, (.5 m) but its precise length varied and is disputed)
15267
John 21:8
πηχων
3
phgh,n {pay-gay'}
1) fountain, spring 2) a well fed by a spring
1984
John 4:6
πηγη
1998
John 4:6
πηγη
2167
John 4:14
πηγη
5
phloV,n {pay-los'}
1) clay, which potters uses 2) mud (wet clay)
6894
John 9:6
πηλον
6902
John 9:6
πηλον
6979
John 9:11
πηλον
7025
John 9:14
πηλον
7047
John 9:15
πηλον
11
pinw,v {pee'-no}
1) to drink 2) figuratively, to receive into the soul what serves to refresh strengthen, nourish it unto life eternal
2016
John 4:7
πειν
2041
John 4:9
πειν
2070
John 4:10
πειν
2118
John 4:12
επιεν
2134
John 4:13
πινων
2144
John 4:14
πιη
4586
John 6:53
πιητε
4601
John 6:54
πινων
4634
John 6:56
πινων
5522
John 7:37
πινετω
13063
John 18:11
πιω
3
piptw,v {pip'-to}
1) to descend from a higher place to a lower 1a) to fall (either from or upon) 1a1) to be thrust down 1b) metaph. to fall under judgment, came under condemnation 2) to descend from an erect to a prostrate position 2a) to fall down 2a1) to be prostrated, fall prostrate 2a2) of those overcome by terror or astonishment or grief or under the attack of an evil spirit or of falling dead suddenly 2a3) the dismemberment of a corpse by decay 2a4) to prostrate one's self 2a5) used of suppliants and persons rendering homage or worship to one 2a6) to fall out, fall from i.e. shall perish or be lost 2a7) to fall down, fall into ruin: of buildings, walls etc. 2b) to be cast down from a state of prosperity 2b1) to fall from a state of uprightness 2b2) to perish, i.e come to an end, disappear, cease 2b2a) of virtues 2b3) to lose authority, no longer have force 2b3a) of sayings, precepts, etc. 2b4) to be removed from power by death 2b5) to fail of participating in, miss a share in
8707
John 11:32
επεσεν
9553
John 12:24
πεσων
12973
John 18:6
επεσαν
8
piazw,v {pee-ad'-zo}
1) to lay hold of 2) to take, capture 2a) of fishes 3) to apprehend 3a) of a man, in order to imprison him
5367
John 7:30
πιασαι
5420
John 7:32
πιασωσιν
5624
John 7:44
πιασαι
6084
John 8:20
επιασεν
8153
John 10:39
πιασαι
9149
John 11:57
πιασωσιν
15157
John 21:3
επιασαν
15297
John 21:10
επιασατε
1
pipraskw,v {pip-ras'-ko}
1) to sell 1a) of price, one into slavery 1b) of the master to whom one is sold as a slave 2) metaph. 2a) sold under sin, entirely under the control of the love of sinning 2b) of one bribed to give himself up wholly to another's will
9240
John 12:5
επραθη
98
pisteuw,v {pist-yoo'-o}
1) to think to be true, to be persuaded of, to credit, place confidence in 1a) of the thing believed 1a1) to credit, have confidence 1b) in a moral or religious reference 1b1) used in the NT of the conviction and trust to which a man is impelled by a certain inner and higher prerogative and law of soul 1b2) to trust in Jesus or God as able to aid either in obtaining or in doing something: saving faith 1bc) mere acknowledgment of some fact or event: intellectual faith 2) to entrust a thing to one, i.e. his fidelity 2a) to be intrusted with a thing
81
John 1:7
πιστευσωσιν
145
John 1:12
πιστευουσιν
802
John 1:50
πιστευεις
1009
John 2:11
επιστευσαν
1196
John 2:22
επιστευσαν
1219
John 2:23
επιστευσαν
1234
John 2:24
επιστευεν
1470
John 3:12
πιστευετε
1477
John 3:12
πιστευσετε
1514
John 3:15
πιστευων
1536
John 3:16
πιστευων
1567
John 3:18
πιστευων
1575
John 3:18
πιστευων
1580
John 3:18
πεπιστευκεν
1896
John 3:36
πιστευων
2269
John 4:21
πιστευε
2566
John 4:39
επιστευσαν
2603
John 4:41
επιστευσαν
2618
John 4:42
πιστευομεν
2744
John 4:48
πιστευσητε
2766
John 4:50
επιστευσεν
2834
John 4:53
επιστευσεν
3252
John 5:24
πιστευων
3521
John 5:38
πιστευετε
3591
John 5:44
πιστευσαι
3626
John 5:46
επιστευετε
3628
John 5:46
επιστευετε
3642
John 5:47
πιστευετε
3647
John 5:47
πιστευσετε
4138
John 6:29
πιστευητε
4154
John 6:30
πιστευσωμεν
4254
John 6:35
πιστευων
4270
John 6:36
πιστευετε
4346
John 6:40
πιστευων
4475
John 6:47
πιστευων
4769
John 6:64
πιστευουσιν
4780
John 6:64
πιστευοντες
4848
John 6:69
πεπιστευκαμεν
4969
John 7:5
επιστευον
5386
John 7:31
επιστευσαν
5524
John 7:38
πιστευων
5549
John 7:39
πιστευσαντες
5672
John 7:48
επιστευσεν
6168
John 8:24
πιστευσητε
6275
John 8:30
επιστευσαν
6284
John 8:31
πεπιστευκοτας
6565
John 8:45
πιστευετε
6581
John 8:46
πιστευετε
7112
John 9:18
επιστευσαν
7412
John 9:35
πιστευεις
7427
John 9:36
πιστευσω
7447
John 9:38
πιστευω
7929
John 10:25
πιστευετε
7948
John 10:26
πιστευετε
8124
John 10:37
πιστευετε
8132
John 10:38
πιστευητε
8135
John 10:38
πιστευετε
8202
John 10:42
επιστευσαν
8430
John 11:15
πιστευσητε
8576
John 11:25
πιστευων
8587
John 11:26
πιστευων
8596
John 11:26
πιστευεις
8603
John 11:27
πεπιστευκα
8830
John 11:40
πιστευσης
8870
John 11:42
πιστευσωσιν
8924
John 11:45
επιστευσαν
8965
John 11:48
πιστευσουσιν
9339
John 12:11
επιστευον
9786
John 12:36
πιστευετε
9810
John 12:37
επιστευον
9824
John 12:38
επιστευσεν
9838
John 12:39
πιστευειν
9885
John 12:42
επιστευσαν
9916
John 12:44
πιστευων
9920
John 12:44
πιστευει
9945
John 12:46
πιστευων
10376
John 13:19
πιστευσητε
10712
John 14:1
πιστευετε
10719
John 14:1
πιστευετε
10859
John 14:10
πιστευεις
10891
John 14:11
πιστευετε
10910
John 14:11
πιστευετε
10916
John 14:12
πιστευων
11248
John 14:29
πιστευσητε
11918
John 16:9
πιστευουσιν
12261
John 16:27
πεπιστευκατε
12314
John 16:30
πιστευομεν
12323
John 16:31
πιστευετε
12509
John 17:8
επιστευσαν
12725
John 17:20
πιστευοντων
12753
John 17:21
πιστευη
14342
John 19:35
πιστευςητε
14623
John 20:8
επιστευσεν
14958
John 20:25
πιστευσω
15038
John 20:29
πεπιστευκας
15044
John 20:29
πιστευσαντες
15070
John 20:31
πιστευςητε
15082
John 20:31
πιστευοντες
1
pistikoV,a {pis-tik-os'}
1) pertaining to belief 1a) having the power of persuading, skilful in producing belief 1b) trusty, faithful, that can be relied on
9196
John 12:3
πιστικης
1
pistoV,a {pis-tos'}
1) trusty, faithful 1a) of persons who show themselves faithful in the transaction of business, the execution of commands, or the discharge of official duties 1b) one who kept his plighted faith, worthy of trust 1c) that can be relied on 2) easily persuaded 2a) believing, confiding, trusting 2b) in the NT one who trusts in God's promises 2b1) one who is convinced that Jesus has been raised from the dead 2b2) one who has become convinced that Jesus is the Messiah and author of salvation
15018
John 20:27
πιστος
2
planaw,v {plan-ah'-o}
1) to cause to stray, to lead astray, lead aside from the right way 1a) to go astray, wander, roam about 2) metaph. 2a) to lead away from the truth, to lead into error, to deceive 2b) to be led into error 2c) to be led aside from the path of virtue, to go astray, sin 2d) to sever or fall away from the truth 2d1) of heretics 2e) to be led away into error and sin
5089
John 7:12
πλανα
5666
John 7:47
πεπλανησθε
1
plekw,v {plek'-o}
1) to plait, braid, weave together
13667
John 19:2
πλεξαντες
4
pleura,n {plyoo-rah'}
1) the side of the body
14315
John 19:34
πλευραν
14851
John 20:20
πλευραν
14954
John 20:25
πλευραν
15011
John 20:27
πλευραν
1
plhrhV,a {play'-race}
1) full, i.e. filled up (as opposed to empty) 1a) of hollow vessels 1b) of a surface, covered in every part 1c) of the soul, thoroughly permeated with 2) full, i.e. complete 2a) lacking nothing, perfect
185
John 1:14
πληρης
1
plhrwma,n {play'-ro-mah}
1) that which is (has been) filled 1a) a ship inasmuch as it is filled (i.e. manned) with sailors, rowers, and soldiers 1b) in the NT, the body of believers, as that which is filled with the presence, power, agency, riches of God and of Christ 2) that which fills or with which a thing is filled 2a) of those things which a ship is filled, freight and merchandise, sailors, oarsmen, soldiers 2b) completeness or fulness of time 3) fulness, abundance 4) a fulfilling, keeping
214
John 1:16
πληρωματος
2
plhqoV,n {play'-thos}
1) a multitude 1a) a great number, of men or things 1b) the whole number, the whole multitude, the assemblage 1b1) the multitude of the people
2886
John 5:3
πληθος
15213
John 21:6
πληθους
15
plhrow,v {play-ro'-o}
1) to make full, to fill up, i.e. to fill to the full 1a) to cause to abound, to furnish or supply liberally 1a1) I abound, I am liberally supplied 2) to render full, i.e. to complete 2a) to fill to the top: so that nothing shall be wanting to full measure, fill to the brim 2b) to consummate: a number 2b1) to make complete in every particular, to render perfect 2b2) to carry through to the end, to accomplish, carry out, (some undertaking) 2c) to carry into effect, bring to realisation, realise 2c1) of matters of duty: to perform, execute 2c2) of sayings, promises, prophecies, to bring to pass, ratify, accomplish 2c3) to fulfil, i.e. to cause God's will (as made known in the law) to be obeyed as it should be, and God's promises (given through the prophets) to receive fulfilment
1808
John 3:29
πεπληρωται
5028
John 7:8
πεπληρωται
9214
John 12:3
επληρωθη
9819
John 12:38
πληρωθη
10356
John 13:18
πληρωθη
11491
John 15:11
πληρωθη
11739
John 15:25
πληρωθη
11867
John 16:6
πεπληρωκεν
12209
John 16:24
πεπληρωμενη
12607
John 17:12
πληρωθη
12625
John 17:13
πεπληρωμενην
13002
John 18:9
πληρωθη
13453
John 18:32
πληρωθη
14111
John 19:24
πληρωθη
14349
John 19:36
πληρωθη
1
plhsion,p {play-see'-on}
1) a neighbour 1a) a friend 1b) any other person, and where two are concerned, the other (thy fellow man, thy neighbour), according to the Jews, any member of the Hebrew nation and commonwealth 1c) according to Christ, any other man irrespective of nation or religion with whom we live or whom we chance to meet
1970
John 4:5
πλησιον
7
ploion,n {ploy'-on}
1) a ship
3898
John 6:17
πλοιον
3941
John 6:19
πλοιου
3959
John 6:21
πλοιον
3964
John 6:21
πλοιον
4001
John 6:22
πλοιον
15151
John 21:3
πλοιον
15199
John 21:6
πλοιου
4
ploiarion,n {ploy-ar'-ee-on}
1) a small vessel, a boat
3982
John 6:22
πλοιαριον
4010
John 6:23
πλοιαρια
4041
John 6:24
πλοιαρια
15255
John 21:8
πλοιαριω
2
pnew,v {pneh'-o}
1) to breathe, to blow 1a) of the wind
1399
John 3:8
πνει
3921
John 6:18
πνεοντος
24
pneuma,n {pnyoo'-mah}
1) the third person of the triune God, the Holy Spirit, coequal, coeternal with the Father and the Son 1a) sometimes referred to in a way which emphasises his personality and character (the \\Holy\\ Spirit) 1b) sometimes referred to in a way which emphasises his work and power (the Spirit of \\Truth\\) 1c) never referred to as a depersonalised force 2) the spirit, i.e. the vital principal by which the body is animated 2a) the rational spirit, the power by which the human being feels, thinks, decides 2b) the soul 3) a spirit, i.e. a simple essence, devoid of all or at least all grosser matter, and possessed of the power of knowing, desiring, deciding, and acting 3a) a life giving spirit 3b) a human soul that has left the body 3c) a spirit higher than man but lower than God, i.e. an angel 3c1) used of demons, or evil spirits, who were conceived as inhabiting the bodies of men 3c2) the spiritual nature of Christ, higher than the highest angels and equal to God, the divine nature of Christ 4) the disposition or influence which fills and governs the soul of any one 4a) the efficient source of any power, affection, emotion, desire, etc. 5) a movement of air (a gentle blast) 5a) of the wind, hence the wind itself 5b) breath of nostrils or mouth
472
John 1:32
πνευμα
501
John 1:33
πνευμα
512
John 1:33
πνευματι
1362
John 3:5
πνευματος
1383
John 3:6
πνευματος
1384
John 3:6
πνευμα
1396
John 3:8
πνευμα
1420
John 3:8
πνευματος
1882
John 3:34
πνευμα
2317
John 4:23
πνευματι
2329
John 4:24
πνευμα
2337
John 4:24
πνευματι
4742
John 6:63
πνευμα
4757
John 6:63
πνευμα
5544
John 7:39
πνευματος
5555
John 7:39
πνευμα
8738
John 11:33
πνευματι
10407
John 13:21
πνευματι
10989
John 14:17
πνευμα
11167
John 14:26
πνευμα
11764
John 15:26
πνευμα
11958
John 16:13
πνευμα
14240
John 19:30
πνευμα
14884
John 20:22
πνευμα
8
poliV,n {pol'-is}
1) a city 1a) one's native city, the city in which one lives 1b) the heavenly Jerusalem 1b1) the abode of the blessed in heaven 1b2) of the visible capital in the heavenly kingdom, to come down to earth after the renovation of the world by fire 1c) the inhabitants of a city
686
John 1:44
πολεως
1965
John 4:5
πολιν
2024
John 4:8
πολιν
2402
John 4:28
πολιν
2424
John 4:30
πολεως
2563
John 4:39
πολεως
9084
John 11:54
πολιν
14024
John 19:20
πολεως
13
poqen,d {poth'-en}
1) of place: from where, from what condition 2) of origin or source: from what author or giver 3) of cause: how is that?, how can that be?
754
John 1:48
ποθεν
955
John 2:9
ποθεν
1408
John 3:8
ποθεν
2094
John 4:11
ποθεν
3713
John 6:5
ποθεν
5312
John 7:27
ποθεν
5321
John 7:27
ποθεν
5337
John 7:28
ποθεν
5971
John 8:14
ποθεν
5980
John 8:14
ποθεν
7319
John 9:29
ποθεν
7337
John 9:30
ποθεν
13803
John 19:9
ποθεν
1
posiV,n {pos'-is}
1) a drinking, drink
4627
John 6:55
ποσις
1
poteron,d {pot'-er-on}
1) which of two
5154
John 7:17
ποτερον
1
poimnh,n {poym'-nay}
1) a flock (esp.) of sheep 1a) of Christ's flock i.e. the body of those who follow Jesus as their guide and keeper
7794
John 10:16
ποιμνη
4
poioV,ri {poy'-os}
1) of what sort or nature
8037
John 10:32
ποιον
9710
John 12:33
ποιω
13457
John 18:32
ποιω
15491
John 21:19
ποιω
110
poiew,v {poy-eh'-o}
1) to make 1a) with the names of things made, to produce, construct, form, fashion, etc. 1b) to be the authors of, the cause 1c) to make ready, to prepare 1d) to produce, bear, shoot forth 1e) to acquire, to provide a thing for one's self 1f) to make a thing out of something 1g) to (make i.e.) render one anything 1g1) to (make i.e.) constitute or appoint one anything, to appoint or ordain one that 1g2) to (make i.e.) declare one anything 1h) to put one forth, to lead him out 1i) to make one do something 1i1) cause one to 1j) to be the authors of a thing (to cause, bring about) 2) to do 2a) to act rightly, do well 2a1) to carry out, to execute 2b) to do a thing unto one 2b1) to do to one 2c) with designation of time: to pass, spend 2d) to celebrate, keep 2d1) to make ready, and so at the same time to institute, the celebration of the passover 2e) to perform: to a promise
899
John 2:5
ποιησατε
993
John 2:11
εποιησεν
1069
John 2:15
ποιησας
1104
John 2:16
ποιειτε
1139
John 2:18
ποιεις
1229
John 2:23
εποιει
1294
John 3:2
ποιειν
1297
John 3:2
ποιεις
1639
John 3:21
ποιων
1932
John 4:1
ποιει
2415
John 4:29
εποιησα
2470
John 4:34
ποιησω
2582
John 4:39
εποιησα
2668
John 4:45
εποιησεν
2690
John 4:46
εποιησεν
2846
John 4:54
εποιησεν
3002
John 5:11
ποιησας
3076
John 5:15
ποιησας
3089
John 5:16
εποιει
3129
John 5:18
ποιων
3147
John 5:19
ποιειν
3157
John 5:19
ποιουντα
3162
John 5:19
ποιη
3168
John 5:19
ποιει
3181
John 5:20
ποιει
3318
John 5:27
ποιειν
3345
John 5:29
ποιησαντες
3360
John 5:30
ποιειν
3478
John 5:36
ποιω
3670
John 6:2
εποιει
3729
John 6:6
ποιειν
3777
John 6:10
ποιησατε
3851
John 6:14
εποιησεν
3875
John 6:15
ποιησωσιν
4118
John 6:28
ποιωμεν
4148
John 6:30
ποιεις
4296
John 6:38
ποιω
4944
John 7:3
ποιεις
4950
John 7:4
ποιει
4959
John 7:4
ποιεις
5149
John 7:17
ποιειν
5200
John 7:19
ποιει
5223
John 7:21
εποιησα
5267
John 7:23
εποιησα
5398
John 7:31
ποιησει
5401
John 7:31
εποιησεν
5720
John 7:51
ποιει
6243
John 8:28
ποιω
6269
John 8:29
ποιω
6335
John 8:34
ποιων
6401
John 8:38
ποιειτε
6424
John 8:39
εποιειτε
6444
John 8:40
εποιησεν
6446
John 8:41
ποιειτε
6525
John 8:44
ποιειν
6712
John 8:53
ποιεις
6893
John 9:6
εποιησεν
6980
John 9:11
εποιησεν
7026
John 9:14
εποιησεν
7084
John 9:16
ποιειν
7267
John 9:26
εποιησεν
7360
John 9:31
ποιη
7382
John 9:33
ποιειν
7934
John 10:25
ποιω
8060
John 10:33
ποιεις
8117
John 10:37
ποιω
8128
John 10:38
ποιω
8189
John 10:41
εποιησεν
8778
John 11:37
ποιησαι
8923
John 11:45
εποιησεν
8939
John 11:46
εποιησεν
8952
John 11:47
ποιουμεν
8958
John 11:47
ποιει
9170
John 12:2
εποιησαν
9430
John 12:16
εποιησαν
9463
John 12:18
πεποιηκεναι
9806
John 12:37
πεποιηκοτος
10166
John 13:7
ποιω
10272
John 13:12
πεποιηκα
10313
John 13:15
εποιησα
10317
John 13:15
ποιητε
10341
John 13:17
ποιητε
10512
John 13:27
ποιεις
10513
John 13:27
ποιησον
10887
John 14:10
ποιει
10923
John 14:12
ποιω
10925
John 14:12
ποιησει
10929
John 14:12
ποιησει
10946
John 14:13
ποιησω
10963
John 14:14
ποιησω
11134
John 14:23
ποιησομεθα
11282
John 14:31
ποιω
11381
John 15:5
ποιειν
11524
John 15:14
ποιητε
11539
John 15:15
ποιει
11672
John 15:21
ποιησουσιν
11715
John 15:24
εποιησα
11721
John 15:24
εποιησεν
11793
John 16:2
ποιησουσιν
11810
John 16:3
ποιησουσιν
12438
John 17:4
ποιησω
13195
John 18:18
πεποιηκοτες
13418
John 18:30
ποιων
13513
John 18:35
εποιησας
13782
John 19:7
εποιησεν
13881
John 19:12
ποιων
14075
John 19:23
εποιησαν
14131
John 19:24
εποιησαν
15051
John 20:30
εποιησεν
15619
John 21:25
εποιησεν
1
poimainw,v {poy-mah'-ee-no}
1) to feed, to tend a flock, keep sheep 1a) to rule, govern 1a1) of rulers 1a2) to furnish pasture for food 1a3) to nourish 1a4) to cherish one's body, to serve the body 1a5) to supply the requisites for the soul's need
15416
John 21:16
ποιμαινε
6
a herdsman, esp. a shepherd
- in the parable, he to whose care and control others have committed themselves, and whose precepts they follow
metaph.
the presiding officer, manager, director, of any assembly: so of Christ the Head of the church
- of the overseers of the Christian assemblies
- of kings and princes
The tasks of a Near Eastern shepherd were: - to watch for enemies trying to attack the sheep - to defend the sheep from attackers - to heal the wounded and sick sheep - to find and save lost or trapped sheep - to love them, sharing their lives and so earning their trust.
7540
John 10:2
ποιμην
7686
John 10:11
ποιμην
7690
John 10:11
ποιμην
7705
John 10:12
ποιμην
7742
John 10:14
ποιμην
7796
John 10:16
ποιμην
1
pollakiV,d {pol-lak'-is}
1) often, frequently
12899
John 18:2
πολλακις
5
pleiĆ³n {pli-own}
More, greater, of higher value
1930
John 4:1
πλειονας
2602
John 4:41
πλειους
5396
John 7:31
πλειονα
11317
John 15:2
πλειονα
15380
John 21:15
πλεον
36
poluV,a {pol-oos'}
1) many, much, large
1037
John 2:12
πολλας
1218
John 2:23
πολλοι
1689
John 3:23
πολλα
2565
John 4:39
πολλοι
2601
John 4:41
πολλω
2914
John 5:7
πολυν
3664
John 6:2
πολυς
3705
John 6:5
πολυς
3784
John 6:10
πολυς
4694
John 6:60
πολλοι
4809
John 6:66
πολλοι
5074
John 7:12
πολυς
5385
John 7:31
πολλοι
6194
John 8:26
πολλα
6274
John 8:30
πολλοι
7854
John 10:20
πολλοι
8028
John 10:32
πολλα
8179
John 10:41
πολλοι
8201
John 10:42
πολλοι
8478
John 11:19
πολλοι
8910
John 11:45
πολλοι
8957
John 11:47
πολλα
9099
John 11:55
πολλοι
9298
John 12:9
πολυς
9332
John 12:11
πολλοι
9347
John 12:12
πολυς
9564
John 12:24
πολυν
9884
John 12:42
πολλοι
10727
John 14:2
πολλαι
11250
John 14:30
πολλα
11375
John 15:5
πολυν
11432
John 15:8
πολυν
11944
John 16:12
πολλα
14014
John 19:20
πολλοι
15045
John 20:30
πολλα
15617
John 21:25
πολλα
1
polutimoV,a {pol-oot'-ee-mos}
1) very valuable, of great price
9197
John 12:3
πολυτιμου
3
ponhroV,a {pon-ay-ros'}
1) full of labours, annoyances, hardships 1a) pressed and harassed by labours 1b) bringing toils, annoyances, perils; of a time full of peril to Christian faith and steadfastness; causing pain and trouble 2) bad, of a bad nature or condition 2a) in a physical sense: diseased or blind 2b) in an ethical sense: evil wicked, bad
1614
John 3:19
πονηρα
5009
John 7:7
πονηρα
12666
John 17:15
πονηρου
16
poreuomai,v {por-yoo'-om-ahee}
1) to lead over, carry over, transfer 1a) to pursue the journey on which one has entered, to continue on one's journey 1b) to depart from life 1c) to follow one, that is: become his adherent 1c1) to lead or order one's life
2761
John 4:50
πορευου
2777
John 4:50
επορευετο
5461
John 7:35
πορευεσθαι
5474
John 7:35
πορευεσθαι
5743
John 7:53
επορευθησαν
5751
John 8:1
επορευθη
5904
John 8:11
πορευου
7572
John 10:4
πορευεται
8385
John 11:11
πορευομαι
10736
John 14:2
πορευομαι
10742
John 14:3
πορευθω
10935
John 14:12
πορευομαι
11229
John 14:28
πορευομαι
11894
John 16:7
πορευθω
12282
John 16:28
πορευομαι
14770
John 20:17
πορευου
2
porfurouV,a {por-foo-rooce'}
1) purple, dyed in purple, made of purple fabric
13677
John 19:2
πορφυρουν
13728
John 19:5
πορφυρουν
1
porneia,n {por-ni'-ah}
1) illicit sexual intercourse 1a) adultery, fornication, homosexuality, lesbianism, intercourse with animals etc. 1b) sexual intercourse with close relatives; Lev. 18 1c) sexual intercourse with a divorced man or woman; Mk. 10:11,12 2) metaph. the worship of idols 2a) of the defilement of idolatry, as incurred by eating the sacrifices offered to idols
6457
John 8:41
πορνειας
1
potamoV,n {pot-am-os'}
1) a stream, a river 2) a torrent 3) floods
5531
John 7:38
ποταμοι
3
pote,d {pot'-eh}
1) once i.e. formerly, aforetime, at some time 1) when?, at what time?
4058
John 6:25
ποτε
7016
John 9:13
ποτε
7908
John 10:24
ποτε
1
pothrion,n {pot-ay'-ree-on}
1) a cup, a drinking vessel 2) metaph. one's lot or experience, whether joyous or adverse, divine appointments, whether favourable or unfavourable, are likened to a cup which God presents one to drink: so of prosperity and adversity
13055
John 18:11
ποτηριον
14
pouV,n {pooce}
1) a foot, both of men or beast 1a) often in the orient, one put his foot on vanquished 1b) of disciples listening to their teacher's instruction are said to be at his feet
8233
John 11:2
ποδας
8711
John 11:32
ποδας
8889
John 11:44
ποδας
9200
John 12:3
ποδας
9209
John 12:3
ποδας
10136
John 13:5
ποδας
10158
John 13:6
ποδας
10183
John 13:8
ποδας
10206
John 13:9
ποδας
10228
John 13:10
ποδας
10258
John 13:12
ποδας
10293
John 13:14
ποδας
10305
John 13:14
ποδας
14672
John 20:12
ποσιν
19
pou,d {poo}
1) where?, in what place? 1) somewhere 2) nearly 3) with numerals: somewhere about, about
580
John 1:38
που
591
John 1:39
που
1411
John 3:8
που
5066
John 7:11
που
5458
John 7:35
που
5886
John 8:10
που
5974
John 8:14
που
5983
John 8:14
που
6048
John 8:19
που
7004
John 9:12
που
8744
John 11:34
που
9145
John 11:57
που
9780
John 12:35
που
10653
John 13:36
που
10774
John 14:5
που
11858
John 16:5
που
14526
John 20:2
που
14696
John 20:13
που
14739
John 18:15
που
2
prassw,v {pras'-so}
1) to exercise, practise, to be busy with, carry on 1a) to undertake, to do 2) to accomplish, perform 2a) to commit, perpetrate 3) to manage public affairs, transact public business 3a) to exact tribute, revenue, debts 4) to act
1621
John 3:20
πρασσων
3353
John 5:29
πραξαντες
4
praitwrion,n {prahee-to'-ree-on}
1) "head-quarters" in a Roman camp, the tent of the commander-in-chief 2) the palace in which the governor or procurator of a province resided, to which use the Romans were accustomed to appropriate the palaces already existing, and formerly dwelt in by kings or princes; at Jerusalem it was a magnificent palace which Herod the Great had built for himself, and which the Roman procurators seemed to have occupied whenever they came from Caesarea to Jerusalem to transact public business 3) the camp of the Praetorian soldiers established by Tiberius
13375
John 18:28
πραιτωριον
13385
John 18:28
πραιτωριον
13466
John 18:33
πραιτωριον
13797
John 19:9
πραιτωριον
1
presbuteroV,a {pres-boo'-ter-os}
1) elder, of age, 1a) the elder of two people 1b) advanced in life, an elder, a senior 1b1) forefathers 2) a term of rank or office 2a) among the Jews 2a1) members of the great council or Sanhedrin (because in early times the rulers of the people, judges, etc., were selected from elderly men) 2a2) of those who in separate cities managed public affairs and administered justice 2b) among the Christians, those who presided over the assemblies (or churches) The NT uses the term bishop, elders, and presbyters interchangeably 2c) the twenty four members of the heavenly Sanhedrin or court seated on thrones around the throne of God
5869
John 8:9
πρεσβυτερων
3
prin,d {prin}
1) before, formerly
2752
John 4:49
πριν
6799
John 8:58
πριν
11243
John 14:29
πριν
19
probaton,n {prob'-at-on}
1) any four footed, tame animal accustomed to graze, small cattle (opp. to large cattle, horses, etc.), most commonly a sheep or a goat 1a) a sheep, and so always in the NT
1061
John 2:14
προβατα
1080
John 2:15
προβατα
7525
John 10:1
προβατων
7543
John 10:2
προβατων
7550
John 10:3
προβατα
7558
John 10:3
προβατα
7575
John 10:4
προβατα
7630
John 10:7
προβατων
7645
John 10:8
προβατα
7699
John 10:11
προβατων
7710
John 10:12
προβατα
7719
John 10:12
προβατα
7738
John 10:13
προβατων
7770
John 10:15
προβατων
7773
John 10:16
προβατα
7954
John 10:26
προβατων
7958
John 10:27
προβατα
15418
John 21:16
προβατα
15456
John 21:17
προβατα
1
profasiV,n {prof'-as-is}
1) a pretext (alleged reason, pretended cause) 2) show 2a) under colour as though they would do something 2b) in pretence, ostensibly
11696
John 15:22
προφασιν
9
pro {pro}
(a) of place: before, in front of, (b) of time: before, earlier than.
762
John 1:48
προ
2947
John 5:7
προ
7634
John 10:8
προ
9105
John 11:55
προ
9154
John 12:1
προ
10043
John 13:1
προ
10372
John 13:19
προ
12451
John 17:5
προ
12823
John 17:24
προ
102
proV,p {pros}
1) to the advantage of 2) at, near, by 3) to, towards, with, with regard to
10
John 1:1
προς
22
John 1:2
προς
262
John 1:19
προς
416
John 1:29
προς
641
John 1:42
προς
737
John 1:47
προς
868
John 2:3
προς
1275
John 3:2
προς
1327
John 3:4
προς
1628
John 3:20
προς
1643
John 3:21
προς
1718
John 3:26
προς
1741
John 3:26
προς
2174
John 4:15
προς
2427
John 4:30
προς
2455
John 4:33
προς
2506
John 4:35
προς
2586
John 4:40
προς
2716
John 4:47
προς
2734
John 4:48
προς
2746
John 4:49
προς
3417
John 5:33
προς
3449
John 5:35
προς
3544
John 5:40
προς
3612
John 5:45
προς
3708
John 6:5
προς
3711
John 6:5
προς
3912
John 6:17
προς
4115
John 6:28
προς
4226
John 6:34
προς
4247
John 6:35
προς
4277
John 6:37
προς
4283
John 6:37
προς
4414
John 6:44
προς
4451
John 6:45
προς
4553
John 6:52
προς
4797
John 6:65
προς
4839
John 6:68
προς
4922
John 7:3
προς
5434
John 7:33
προς
5456
John 7:35
προς
5519
John 7:37
προς
5637
John 7:45
προς
5692
John 7:50
προς
5696
John 7:50
προς
5769
John 8:2
προς
6282
John 8:31
προς
6309
John 8:33
προς
6783
John 8:57
προς
7012
John 9:13
προς
8083
John 10:35
προς
8181
John 10:41
προς
8247
John 11:3
προς
8265
John 11:4
προς
8437
John 11:15
προς
8484
John 11:19
προς
8515
John 11:21
προς
8644
John 11:29
προς
8709
John 11:32
προς
8917
John 11:45
προς
8932
John 11:46
προς
9470
John 12:19
προς
9704
John 12:32
προς
10063
John 13:1
προς
10109
John 13:3
προς
10148
John 13:6
προς
10521
John 13:28
προς
10752
John 14:3
προς
10797
John 14:6
προς
10932
John 14:12
προς
11020
John 14:18
προς
11127
John 14:23
προς
11221
John 14:28
προς
11230
John 14:28
προς
11848
John 16:5
προς
11890
John 16:7
προς
11897
John 16:7
προς
11925
John 16:10
προς
12027
John 16:17
προς
12049
John 16:17
προς
12283
John 16:28
προς
12558
John 17:11
προς
12610
John 17:13
προς
13084
John 18:13
προς
13143
John 18:16
προς
13307
John 18:24
προς
13398
John 18:29
προς
13610
John 18:38
προς
13682
John 19:3
προς
14097
John 19:24
προς
14407
John 19:39
προς
14502
John 20:2
προς
14506
John 20:2
προς
14638
John 20:10
προς
14645
John 20:11
προς
14665
John 20:12
προς
14670
John 20:12
προς
14767
John 20:17
προς
14772
John 20:17
προς
14780
John 20:17
προς
15555
John 21:22
προς
15591
John 21:23
προς
3
proteroV,a {prot'-er-os}
1) before, prior 1a) of time, previous, former
4740
John 6:62
προτερον
5699
John 7:50
προτερον
6934
John 9:8
προτερον
1
probatikoV,a {prob-at-ik-os'}
1) pertaining to sheep 2) the sheep gate
2874
John 5:2
προβατικη
14
profhthV,n {prof-ay'-tace}
1) in Greek writings, an interpreter of oracles or of other hidden things 2) one who, moved by the Spirit of God and hence his organ or spokesman, solemnly declares to men what he has received by inspiration, especially concerning future events, and in particular such as relate to the cause and kingdom of God and to human salvation 2a) the OT prophets, having foretold the kingdom, deeds and death, of Jesus the Messiah. 2b) of John the Baptist, the herald of Jesus the Messiah 2c) of the illustrious prophet, the Jews expected before the advent of the Messiah 2d) the Messiah 2e) of men filled with the Spirit of God, who by God's authority and command in words of weight pleads the cause of God and urges salvation of men 2f) of prophets that appeared in the apostolic age among Christians 2f1) they are associated with the apostles 2f2) they discerned and did what is best for the Christian cause, foretelling certain future events. (Acts 11:27) 2f3) in the religious assemblies of the Christians, they were moved by the Holy Spirit to speak, having power to instruct, comfort, encourage, rebuke, convict, and stimulate, their hearers 3) a poet (because poets were believed to sing under divine inspiration) 3a) of Epimenides (Tit. 1:12)
303
John 1:21
προφητης
339
John 1:23
προφητης
365
John 1:25
προφητης
705
John 1:45
προφηται
2242
John 4:19
προφητης
2647
John 4:44
προφητης
3859
John 6:14
προφητης
4436
John 6:45
προφηταις
5573
John 7:40
προφητης
5739
John 7:52
προφητης
6679
John 8:52
προφηται
6708
John 8:53
προφηται
7109
John 9:17
προφητης
9818
John 12:38
προφητου
1
To prophesy, to be a prophet, speak forth by divine inspirations, to predict
to prophesy
- with the idea of foretelling future events pertaining esp. to the kingdom of God
- to utter forth, declare, a thing which can only be known by divine revelation
- to break forth under sudden impulse in lofty discourse or praise of the divine counsels
- under like prompting, to teach, refute, reprove, admonish, comfort others
- to act as a prophet, discharge the prophetic office
9028
John 11:51
επροφητευσεν
2
prosaitew,v {pros-ahee-teh'-o}
1) to ask for in addition 2) to approach one with supplications 3) to ask alms
6936
John 9:8
προσαιτης
6945
John 9:8
προσαιτων
1
prosercomai,v {pros-er'-khom-ahee}
1) to come to, approach 2) draw near to 3) to assent to
9497
John 12:21
προσηλθον
1
prosfagion,n {pros-fag'-ee-on}
1) anything eaten with bread 1a) spoken of fish boiled or broiled
15184
John 21:5
προσφαγιον
2
prosferw,v {pros-fer'-o}
1) to bring to, lead to 1a) one to a person who can heal him or is ready to show him some kindness, one to a person who is to judge him 1b) to bring a present or a thing, to reach or hand a thing to one 1c) to put to 2) to be borne towards one, to attack, assail 2a) to behave one's self towards one, deal with one
11805
John 16:2
προσφερειν
14221
John 19:29
προσηνεγκαν
2
proskoptw,v {pros-kop'-to}
1) to strike against 1a) of those who strike against a stone or other obstacle in the path, to stumble 1b) to strike one's foot against a stone 1b1) i.e. to meet with some harm; 1c) to rush upon, beat against 1d) to be made to stumble by a thing 1d1) i.e. metaph. to be induced to sin
8349
John 11:9
προσκοπτει
8364
John 11:10
προσκοπτει
11
proskunew,v {pros-koo-neh'-o}
1) to kiss the hand to (towards) one, in token of reverence 2) among the Orientals, esp. the Persians, to fall upon the knees and touch the ground with the forehead as an expression of profound reverence 3) in the NT by kneeling or prostration to do homage (to one) or make obeisance, whether in order to express respect or to make supplication 3a) used of homage shown to men and beings of superior rank 3a1) to the Jewish high priests 3a2) to God 3a3) to Christ 3a4) to heavenly beings 3a5) to demons
2252
John 4:20
προσεκυνησαν
2263
John 4:20
προσκυνειν
2284
John 4:21
προσκυνησετε
2288
John 4:22
προσκυνειτε
2293
John 4:22
προσκυνουμεν
2313
John 4:23
προσκυνησουσιν
2327
John 4:23
προσκυνουντας
2334
John 4:24
προσκυνουντας
2341
John 4:24
προσκυνειν
7450
John 9:38
προσεκυνησεν
9491
John 12:20
προσκυνησωσιν
1
proskunhthV,n {pros-koo-nay-tace'}
1) a worshipper
2312
John 4:23
προσκυνηται
1
protrecw,v {prot-rekh'-o}
1) to run before, to outrun
14551
John 20:4
προεδραμεν
14
prwtoV,a {pro'-tos}
1) first in time or place 1a) in any succession of things or persons 2) first in rank 2a) influence, honour 2b) chief 2c) principal 3) first, at the first
208
John 1:15
πρωτος
446
John 1:30
πρωτος
623
John 1:41
πρωτον
975
John 2:10
πρωτον
5714
John 7:51
πρωτον
5847
John 8:7
πρωτος
8173
John 10:40
πρωτον
9415
John 12:16
πρωτον
11606
John 15:18
πρωτον
13086
John 18:13
πρωτον
14283
John 19:32
πρωτου
14411
John 19:39
πρωτον
14557
John 20:4
πρωτος
14616
John 20:8
πρωτος
2
prwi,d {pro-ee'}
1) in the morning, early 2) the fourth watch of the night, from 3 o'clock in the morning until 6 o'clock approximately
13378
John 18:28
πρωι
14483
John 20:1
πρωι
1
prwia,n {pro-ee'-ah}
1) early, pertaining to the morning, at day break
15159
John 21:4
πρωιας
1
pterna,n {pter'-nah}
1) the heel (of the foot) 2) to lift up the heel against one 2a) to injure one by trickery (figure borrowed either from kicking, or from a wrestler tripping up his antagonist)
10366
John 13:18
πτερναν
1
ptusma,n {ptoos'-mah}
1) spittle
6897
John 9:6
πτυσματος
1
ptuw,v {ptoo'-o}
1) to spit
6890
John 9:6
επτυσεν
4
ptwcoV,a {pto-khos'}
1) reduced to beggary, begging, asking alms 2) destitute of wealth, influence, position, honour 2a) lowly, afflicted, destitute of the Christian virtues and eternal riches 2b) helpless, powerless to accomplish an end 2c) poor, needy 3) lacking in anything 3a) as respects their spirit 3a1) destitute of wealth of learning and intellectual culture which the schools afford (men of this class most readily give themselves up to Christ's teaching and proved them selves fitted to lay hold of the heavenly treasure)
9245
John 12:5
πτωχοις
9253
John 12:6
πτωχων
9283
John 12:8
πτωχους
10547
John 13:29
πτωχοις
1
pur,n {poor}
1) fire
11402
John 15:6
πυρ
2
punqanomai,v {poon-than'-om-ahee}
1) to enquire, ask 2) to ascertain, by enquiry
2793
John 4:52
επυθετο
10452
John 13:24
πυθεσθαι
1
puretoV,n {poo-ret-os'}
1) fiery heat 2) fever
2813
John 4:52
πυρετος
4
pwpote,d {po'-pot-e}
1) ever, at any time
241
John 1:18
πωποτε
3499
John 5:37
πωποτε
4260
John 6:35
πωποτε
6317
John 8:33
πωποτε
1
pwloV,n {po'-los}
1) a colt, the young of a horse 2) a young creature 2a) of a young ass 2b) an ass's colt
9406
John 12:15
πωλον
20
how, in what way
1331
John 3:4
πως
1426
John 3:9
πως
1471
John 3:12
πως
2035
John 4:9
πως
3588
John 5:44
πως
3643
John 5:47
πως
4394
John 6:42
πως
4558
John 6:52
πως
5120
John 7:15
πως
6318
John 8:33
πως
6966
John 9:10
πως
7041
John 9:15
πως
7078
John 9:16
πως
7146
John 9:19
πως
7168
John 9:21
πως
7269
John 9:26
πως
8761
John 11:36
πως
9732
John 12:34
πως
10776
John 14:5
πως
10851
John 14:9
πως
2
pwlew,v {po-leh'-o}
1) to barter, to sell 2) sellers
1058
John 2:14
πωλουντας
1098
John 2:16
πωλουσιν
1
pwrow,v {po-ro'-o}
1) to cover with a thick skin, to harden by covering with a callus 2) metaph. 2a) to make the heart dull 2b) to grow hard, callous, become dull, lose the power of understanding
9848
John 12:40
επωρωσεν
9
qalassa,n {thal'-as-sah}
1) the sea 1a) used of the sea in general 1b) used specifically of the Mediterranean Sea or the Red Sea
3655
John 6:1
θαλασσης
3894
John 6:16
θαλασσαν
3902
John 6:17
θαλασσης
3918
John 6:18
θαλασσα
3937
John 6:19
θαλασσης
3979
John 6:22
θαλασσης
4054
John 6:25
θαλασσης
15100
John 21:1
θαλασσης
15249
John 21:7
θαλασσαν
8
qanatoV,n {than'-at-os}
1) the death of the body 1a) that separation (whether natural or violent) of the soul and the body by which the life on earth is ended 1b) with the implied idea of future misery in hell 1b1) the power of death 1c) since the nether world, the abode of the dead, was conceived as being very dark, it is equivalent to the region of thickest darkness i.e. figuratively, a region enveloped in the darkness of ignorance and sin 2) metaph., the loss of that life which alone is worthy of the name, 2a) the misery of the soul arising from sin, which begins on earth but lasts and increases after the death of the body in hell 3) the miserable state of the wicked dead in hell 4) in the widest sense, death comprising all the miseries arising from sin, as well physical death as the loss of a life consecrated to God and blessed in him on earth, to be followed by wretchedness in hell
3268
John 5:24
θανατου
6658
John 8:51
θανατον
6692
John 8:52
θανατου
8266
John 11:4
θανατον
8404
John 11:13
θανατου
9711
John 12:33
θανατω
13458
John 18:32
θανατω
15492
John 21:19
θανατω
1
To be of good courage, be of good cheer
12362
John 16:33
θαρσειτε
6
qaumazw,v {thou-mad'-zo}
1) to wonder, wonder at, marvel 2) to be wondered at, to be had in admiration
1387
John 3:7
θαυμασης
2376
John 4:27
εθαυμαζον
3190
John 5:20
θαυμαζητε
3324
John 5:28
θαυμαζετε
5115
John 7:15
εθαυμαζον
5226
John 7:21
θαυμαζετε
1
qaumastoV,a {thow-mas-tos'}
1) wonderful, marvellous 1a) worthy of pious admiration, admirable, excellent 1b) passing human comprehension 1c) causing amazement joined with terror 1d) marvellous 1d1) extraordinary, striking, surprising
7331
John 9:30
θαυμαστον
11
qelhma,n {thel'-ay-mah}
1) what one wishes or has determined shall be done 1a) of the purpose of God to bless mankind through Christ 1b) of what God wishes to be done by us 1b1) commands, precepts 2) will, choice, inclination, desire, pleasure
156
John 1:13
θεληματος
160
John 1:13
θεληματος
2472
John 4:34
θελημα
3378
John 5:30
θελημα
3383
John 5:30
θελημα
4298
John 6:38
θελημα
4303
John 6:38
θελημα
4311
John 6:39
θελημα
4335
John 6:40
θελημα
5147
John 7:17
θελημα
7358
John 9:31
θελημα
23
qelw,v {thel'-o}
1) to will, have in mind, intend 1a) to be resolved or determined, to purpose 1b) to desire, to wish 1c) to love 1c1) to like to do a thing, be fond of doing 1d) to take delight in, have pleasure
663
John 1:43
ηθελησεν
1398
John 3:8
θελει
2920
John 5:7
θελεις
3205
John 5:21
θελει
3447
John 5:35
ηθελησατε
3542
John 5:40
θελετε
3813
John 6:11
ηθελον
3953
John 6:21
ηθελον
4832
John 6:67
θελετε
4900
John 7:1
ηθελεν
5145
John 7:17
θελη
5621
John 7:44
ηθελον
6524
John 8:44
θελετε
7284
John 9:27
θελετε
7289
John 9:27
θελετε
9509
John 12:21
θελομεν
11419
John 15:7
θελητε
12069
John 16:19
ηθελον
12802
John 17:24
θελω
15470
John 21:18
ηθελες
15486
John 21:18
θελεις
15550
John 21:22
θελω
15586
John 21:23
θελω
6
qeaomai,v {theh-ah'-om-ahee}
1) to behold, look upon, view attentively, contemplate (often used of public shows) 1a) of important persons that are looked on with admiration 2) to view, take a view of 2a) in the sense of visiting, meeting with a person 3) to learn by looking, to see with the eyes, to perceive
176
John 1:14
εθεασαμεθα
470
John 1:32
τεθεαμαι
564
John 1:38
θεασαμενος
2500
John 4:35
θεασασθε
3703
John 6:5
θεασαμενος
8921
John 11:45
θεασαμενοι
83
qeoV,n {theh'-os}
1) a god or goddess, a general name of deities or divinities 2) the Godhead, trinity 2a) God the Father, the first person in the trinity 2b) Christ, the second person of the trinity 2c) Holy Spirit, the third person in the trinity 3) spoken of the only and true God 3a) refers to the things of God 3b) his counsels, interests, things due to him 4) whatever can in any respect be likened unto God, or resemble him in any way 4a) God's representative or viceregent 4a1) of magistrates and judges
12
John 1:1
θεον
14
John 1:1
θεος
24
John 1:2
θεον
66
John 1:6
θεου
142
John 1:12
θεου
164
John 1:13
θεου
238
John 1:18
θεον
243
John 1:18
θεος
424
John 1:29
θεου
524
John 1:34
θεου
547
John 1:36
θεου
782
John 1:49
θεου
821
John 1:51
θεου
1285
John 3:2
θεου
1302
John 3:2
θεος
1325
John 3:3
θεου
1370
John 3:5
θεου
1524
John 3:16
θεος
1549
John 3:17
θεος
1588
John 3:18
θεου
1653
John 3:21
θεω
1863
John 3:33
θεος
1870
John 3:34
θεος
1874
John 3:34
θεου
1915
John 3:36
θεου
2061
John 4:10
θεου
2331
John 4:24
θεος
3126
John 5:18
θεον
3131
John 5:18
θεω
3291
John 5:25
θεου
3561
John 5:42
θεου
3603
John 5:44
θεου
4112
John 6:27
θεος
4124
John 6:28
θεου
4136
John 6:29
θεου
4212
John 6:33
θεου
4441
John 6:45
θεου
4465
John 6:46
θεου
4857
John 6:69
θεου
5157
John 7:17
θεου
6440
John 8:40
θεου
6464
John 8:41
θεον
6471
John 8:42
θεος
6482
John 8:42
θεου
6587
John 8:47
θεου
6591
John 8:47
θεου
6601
John 8:47
θεου
6735
John 8:54
θεος
6859
John 9:3
θεου
7067
John 9:16
θεου
7239
John 9:24
θεω
7314
John 9:29
θεος
7348
John 9:31
θεος
7379
John 9:33
θεου
8062
John 10:33
θεον
8077
John 10:34
θεοι
8082
John 10:35
θεους
8088
John 10:35
θεου
8113
John 10:36
θεου
8272
John 11:4
θεου
8278
John 11:4
θεου
8537
John 11:22
θεον
8541
John 11:22
θεος
8612
John 11:27
θεου
8835
John 11:40
θεου
9048
John 11:52
θεου
9909
John 12:43
θεου
10106
John 13:3
θεου
10111
John 13:3
θεον
10574
John 13:31
θεος
10580
John 13:32
θεος
10586
John 13:32
θεος
10715
John 14:1
θεον
11807
John 16:2
θεω
12266
John 16:27
θεου
12317
John 16:30
θεου
12419
John 17:3
θεον
13780
John 19:7
θεου
14788
John 20:17
θεον
14791
John 20:17
θεον
15029
John 20:28
θεος
15079
John 20:31
θεου
15495
John 21:19
θεον
1
Worshipping God, pious
7354
John 9:31
θεοσεβης
1
qerapeuw,v {ther-ap-yoo'-o}
1) to serve, do service 2) to heal, cure, restore to health
2986
John 5:10
τεθεραπευμενω
4
qerizw,v {ther-id'-zo}
1) to reap, harvest 2) proverbial expression for sowing and reaping 3) cut off, destroy 3a) as crops are cut down with a sickle
2510
John 4:36
θεριζων
2526
John 4:36
θεριζων
2542
John 4:37
θεριζων
2546
John 4:38
θεριζειν
2
qerismoV,n {ther-is-mos'}
1) harvest, the act of reaping 1a) fig. of the gathering of men into the kingdom of God 1b) referring to time of reaping, the final judgment, when the righteous are gathered into the kingdom of God and the wicked are cast into hell for ever
2490
John 4:35
θερισμος
2507
John 4:35
θερισμον
3
to make warm, to heat
to warm one's self
13200
John 18:18
εθερμαινοντο
13210
John 18:18
θερμαινομενος
13317
John 18:25
θερμαινομενος
24
qewrew,v {theh-o-reh'-o}
1) to be a spectator, look at, behold 1a) to view attentively, take a view of, survey 1a1) to view mentally, consider 2) to see 2a) to perceive with the eyes, to enjoy the presence of one 2b) to discern, descry 2c) to ascertain, find out by seeing
1224
John 2:23
θεωρουντες
2240
John 4:19
θεωρω
3666
John 6:2
εθεωρουν
3931
John 6:19
θεωρουσιν
4342
John 6:40
θεωρων
4731
John 6:62
θεωρητε
4939
John 7:3
θεωρησουσιν
6661
John 8:51
θεωρηση
6931
John 9:8
θεωρουντες
7712
John 10:12
θεωρει
9472
John 12:19
θεωρειτε
9930
John 12:45
θεωρων
9932
John 12:45
θεωρει
11000
John 14:17
θεωρει
11029
John 14:19
θεωρει
11032
John 14:19
θεωρειτε
11931
John 16:10
θεωρειτε
12013
John 16:16
θεωρειτε
12038
John 16:17
θεωρειτε
12085
John 16:19
θεωρειτε
12812
John 17:24
θεωρωσιν
14583
John 20:6
θεωρει
14658
John 20:12
θεωρει
14706
John 20:14
θεωρει
1
qhkh,n {thay'-kay}
1) that which a thing is put or laid away, a receptacle, repository, chest, box 1a) used of the sheath of a sword
13053
John 18:11
θηκην
2
qliyiV,n {thlip'-sis}
1) a pressing, pressing together, pressure 2) metaph. oppression, affliction, tribulation, distress, straits
12134
John 16:21
θλιψεως
12359
John 16:33
θλιψιν
2
qnhskw,v {thnay'-sko}
1) to die, to be dead 2) metaph. to be spiritually dead
8886
John 11:44
τεθνηκως
14302
John 19:33
τεθνηκοτα
1
qremma,n {threm'-mah}
1) whatever is fed or nursed 1a) a ward, nursling, child 2) a flock, cattle, esp. sheep and goats
2125
John 4:12
θρεμματα
1
qrhnew,v {thray-neh'-o}
1) to mourn, to lament 1a) of singers of dirges, [to wail] 2) to bewail, deplore
12100
John 16:20
θρηνησετε
2
qrix,n {threeks}
1) the hair of the head 2) the hair of animals
8236
John 11:2
θριξιν
9206
John 12:3
θριξιν
7
qura,n {thoo'-rah}
1) a door 1a) the vestibule 1b) used of any opening like a door, an entrance, way or passage into 1c) in a parable or metaphor 1c1) the door through which sheep go in and out, the name of him who brings salvation to those who follow his guidance 1c2) "an open door" is used of the opportunity of doing something 1c3) the door of the kingdom of heaven (likened to a palace) denotes the conditions which must be complied with in order to be received into the kingdom of God
7520
John 10:1
θυρας
7539
John 10:2
θυρας
7628
John 10:7
θυρα
7649
John 10:9
θυρα
13145
John 18:16
θυρα
14819
John 20:19
θυρων
14977
John 20:26
θυρων
1
quw,v {thoo'-o}
1) to sacrifice, immolate 2) to slay, kill 2a) of the paschal lamb 3) slaughter
7672
John 10:10
θυση
1
A daughter
a daughter of God
- acceptable to God, rejoicing in God's peculiar care and protection
with the name of a place, city, or region
- denotes collectively all its inhabitants and citizens
a female descendant
9397
John 12:15
θυγατηρ
3
qurwroV,n {thoo-ro-ros'}
1) a doorkeeper, porter 1a) a male or female janitor
7546
John 10:3
θυρωρος
13160
John 18:16
θυρωρω
13172
John 18:17
θυρωρος
2
a blow with a rod or staff or a scourge
a blow with the flat of the hand, a slap in the face, box the ear
13277
John 18:22
ραπισμα
13694
John 19:3
ραπισματα
1
rhabbouni {hrab-bon-ee'}
My great one, my honourable sir
Rabbi, a title used by the Jews to address their teachers (and also honour them when not addressing them)
the top religious leader in Judaism, like the president of the Great Sanhedrin who functioned as the religious leader of the nation
14754
John 20:16
ραββουνι
8
my great one, my honourable sir
Rabbi, a title used by the Jews to address their teachers (and also honour them when not addressing them)
575
John 1:38
ραββι
776
John 1:49
ραββι
1281
John 3:2
ραββι
1724
John 3:26
ραββι
2437
John 4:31
ραββι
4057
John 6:25
ραββι
6833
John 9:2
ραββι
8323
John 11:8
ραββι
1
a stream, a river
a torrent
floods
5536
John 7:38
ρευσουσιν
12
that which is or has been uttered by the living voice, thing spoken, word
any sound produced by the voice and having definite meaning
- speech, discourse, what one has said
a series of words joined together into a sentence (a declaration of one's mind made in words)
- an utterance, a saying of any sort as a message, a narrative
concerning some occurrence
subject matter of speech, thing spoken of
- so far forth as it is a matter of narration, so far as it is a matter of command, a matter of dispute, case at law
1872
John 3:34
ρηματα
3646
John 5:47
ρημασιν
4752
John 6:63
ρηματα
4842
John 6:68
ρηματα
6073
John 8:20
ρηματα
6589
John 8:47
ρηματα
7868
John 10:21
ρηματα
9959
John 12:47
ρηματων
9986
John 12:48
ρηματα
10872
John 14:10
ρηματα
11412
John 15:7
ρηματα
12492
John 17:8
ρηματα
13
sabbaton,n {sab'-bat-on}
1) the seventh day of each week which was a sacred festival on which the Israelites were required to abstain from all work 1a) the institution of the sabbath, the law for keeping holy every seventh day of the week 1b) a single sabbath, sabbath day 2) seven days, a week
2976
John 5:9
σαββατον
2987
John 5:10
σαββατον
3091
John 5:16
σαββατω
3119
John 5:18
σαββατον
5246
John 7:22
σαββατω
5254
John 7:23
σαββατω
5269
John 7:23
σαββατω
7020
John 9:14
σαββατον
7072
John 9:16
σαββατον
14257
John 19:31
σαββατω
14265
John 19:31
σαββατου
14478
John 20:1
σαββατων
14816
John 20:19
σαββατων
13
sarx,n {sarx}
1) flesh (the soft substance of the living body, which covers the bones and is permeated with blood) of both man and beasts 2) the body 2a) the body of a man 2b) used of natural or physical origin, generation or relationship 2b1) born of natural generation 2c) the sensuous nature of man, "the animal nature" 2c1) without any suggestion of depravity 2c2) the animal nature with cravings which incite to sin 2c3) the physical nature of man as subject to suffering 3) a living creature (because possessed of a body of flesh) whether man or beast 4) the flesh, denotes mere human nature, the earthly nature of man apart from divine influence, and therefore prone to sin and opposed to God
157
John 1:13
σαρκος
169
John 1:14
σαρξ
1375
John 3:6
σαρκος
1376
John 3:6
σαρξ
4543
John 6:51
σαρξ
4564
John 6:52
σαρκα
4580
John 6:53
σαρκα
4599
John 6:54
σαρκα
4616
John 6:55
σαρξ
4632
John 6:56
σαρκα
4747
John 6:63
σαρξ
5988
John 8:15
σαρκα
12397
John 17:2
σαρκος
9
seautou,rp {seh-ow-too'}
1) thyself, thee
323
John 1:22
σεαυτου
4961
John 7:4
σεαυτον
5946
John 8:13
σεαυτου
6711
John 8:53
σεαυτον
8061
John 10:33
σεαυτον
11102
John 14:22
σεαυτον
12446
John 17:5
σεαυτω
13485
John 18:34
σεαυτου
15466
John 21:18
σεαυτον
2
sfragizw,v {sfrag-id'-zo}
1) to set a seal upon, mark with a seal, to seal 1a) for security: from Satan 1b) since things sealed up are concealed (as the contents of a letter), to hide, keep in silence, keep secret 1c) in order to mark a person or a thing 1c1) to set a mark upon by the impress of a seal or a stamp 1c2) angels are said to be sealed by God 1d) in order to prove, confirm, or attest a thing 1d1) to confirm authenticate, place beyond doubt 1d1a) of a written document 1d1b) to prove one's testimony to a person that he is what he professes to be
1860
John 3:33
εσφραγισεν
4110
John 6:27
εσφραγισεν
3
shmainw,v {say-mah'-ee-no}
1) to give a sign, to signify, indicate 2) to make known
9709
John 12:33
σημαινων
13456
John 18:32
σημαινων
15490
John 21:19
σημαινων
17
shmeion,n {say-mi'-on}
1) a sign, mark, token 1a) that by which a person or a thing is distinguished from others and is known 1b) a sign, prodigy, portent, i.e. an unusual occurrence, transcending the common course of nature 1b1) of signs portending remarkable events soon to happen 1b2) of miracles and wonders by which God authenticates the men sent by him, or by which men prove that the cause they are pleading is God's
996
John 2:11
σημειων
1134
John 2:18
σημειον
1227
John 2:23
σημεια
1293
John 3:2
σημεια
2738
John 4:48
σημεια
2845
John 4:54
σημειον
3668
John 6:2
σημεια
3852
John 6:14
σημειον
4076
John 6:26
σημεια
4150
John 6:30
σημειον
5397
John 7:31
σημεια
7083
John 9:16
σημεια
8188
John 10:41
σημειον
8959
John 11:47
σημεια
9465
John 12:18
σημειον
9805
John 12:37
σημεια
15050
John 20:30
σημεια
1
sitoV,n {see'-tos}
1) wheat, grain
9552
John 12:24
σιτου
2
skandalizw,v {skan-dal-id'-zo}
1) to put a stumbling block or impediment in the way, upon which another may trip and fall, metaph. to offend 1a) to entice to sin 1b) to cause a person to begin to distrust and desert one whom he ought to trust and obey 1b1) to cause to fall away 1b2) to be offended in one, i.e. to see in another what I disapprove of and what hinders me from acknowledging his authority 1b3) to cause one to judge unfavourably or unjustly of another 1c) since one who stumbles or whose foot gets entangled feels annoyed 1c1) to cause one displeasure at a thing 1c2) to make indignant 1c3) to be displeased, indignant
4728
John 6:61
σκανδαλιζει
11791
John 16:1
σκανδαλισθητε
3
skeloV,n {skel'-os}
1) the leg, from the hip to the toes inclusive
14273
John 19:31
σκελη
14286
John 19:32
σκελη
14307
John 19:33
σκελη
1
skeuoV,n {skyoo'-os}
1) a vessel 2) an implement 2a) in the plural 2a1) household utensils, domestic gear 2a2) the tackle and armament of vessels, used specifically of sails and ropes 3) metaph. 3a) a man of quality, a chosen instrument 3b) in a bad sense, an assistant in accomplishing an evil deed
14210
John 19:29
σκευος
1
skhnow,v {skay-no'-o}
1) to fix one's tabernacle, have one's tabernacle, abide (or live) in a tabernacle (or tent), tabernacle 2) to dwell
172
John 1:14
εσκηνωσεν
1
skhnophgia,n {skay-nop-ayg-ee'-ah}
1) the construction of a tabernacle or tabernacles 2) the feast of tabernacles; this festival was observed by the Jews yearly for seven days, beginning with the 15th of the month Tisri (approx. our Oct.) partly to perpetuate the memory of the time when their ancestors after leaving Egypt dwelt in tents on their way through the Arabian desert, and partly as a season of festivity and joy on the completion of the harvest and the vintage (the festival of ingatherings) In celebrating the festival the Jews were accustomed to construct booths of the leafy branches of trees, -- either on the roofs or in the courts of their dwellings, or in the streets and squares, and to adorn them with flowers and fruits of all kinds -- under which, throughout the period of the festival, they feasted and gave themselves up to rejoicing.
4919
John 7:2
σκηνοπηγια
1
sklhroV,a {sklay-ros'}
1) hard, harsh, rough, stiff 1a) of men: metaph. harsh, stern, hard 1b) of things: violent, rough, offensive, intolerable
4702
John 6:60
σκληρος
1
skotoV,n {skot'-os}
1) darkness 1a) of night darkness 1b) of darkened eyesight or blindness 2) metaph. 2a) of ignorance respecting divine things and human duties, and the accompanying ungodliness and immorality, together with their consequent misery in hell 2b) persons in whom darkness becomes visible and holds sway
1607
John 3:19
σκοτος
2
skorpizw,v {skor-pid'-zo}
1) to scatter 1a) of those who, routed or terror stricken or driven by some other impulses, fly in every direction 1b) to scatter abroad (what others may collect for themselves), or one dispensing blessings liberally
7728
John 10:12
σκορπιζει
12330
John 16:32
σκορπισθητε
8
skotia,n {skot-ee'-ah}
1) darkness 2) the darkness due to want of light 3) metaph. used of ignorance of divine things, and its associated wickedness, and the resultant misery in hell
54
John 1:5
σκοτια
58
John 1:5
σκοτια
3906
John 6:17
σκοτια
5932
John 8:12
σκοτια
9769
John 12:35
σκοτια
9777
John 12:35
σκοτια
9950
John 12:46
σκοτια
14484
John 20:1
σκοτιας
1
smurna,n {smoor'-nah}
1) myrrh, a bitter gum and costly perfume which exudes from a certain tree or shrub in Arabia and Ethiopia, or is obtained by incisions made in the bark: as an antiseptic it was used for embalming 1) an Ionian city of Asia Minor, on the Aegean Sea, 40 miles (65 km) north of Ephesus
14414
John 19:39
σμυρνης
7
soV,a {sos}
1) thy, thine
2616
John 4:42
σην
12470
John 17:6
σοι
12529
John 17:9
σοι
12535
John 17:10
σα
12539
John 17:10
σα
12687
John 17:17
σος
13505
John 18:35
σον
2
soudarion,n {soo-dar'-ee-on}
1) a handkerchief 2) a cloth for wiping perspiration from the face and for cleaning the nose and also used in swathing the head of a corpse
8898
John 11:44
σουδαριω
14589
John 20:7
σουδαριον
3
sperma,n {sper'-mah}
1) from which a plant germinates 1a) the seed i.e. the grain or kernel which contains within itself the germ of the future plants 1a1) of the grains or kernels sown 1b) metaph. a seed i.e. a residue, or a few survivors reserved as the germ of the next generation (just as seed is kept from the harvest for the sowing) 2) the semen virile 2a) the product of this semen, seed, children, offspring, progeny 2b) family, tribe, posterity 2c) whatever possesses vital force or life giving power 2c1) of divine energy of the Holy Spirit operating within the soul by which we are regenerated
5598
John 7:42
σπερματος
6311
John 8:33
σπερμα
6370
John 8:37
σπερμα
2
speirw,v {spi'-ro}
1) to sow, scatter, seed 2) metaph. of proverbial sayings
2521
John 4:36
σπειρων
2538
John 4:37
σπειρων
2
speira,n {spi'-rah}
1) anything rolled into a circle or ball, anything wound, rolled up, folded together 2) a military cohort 2a) the tenth part of legion 2a1) about 600 men i.e. legionaries 2a2) if auxiliaries either 500 or 1000 2a3) a maniple, or the thirtieth part of a legion 2b) any band, company, or detachment, of soldiers
12912
John 18:3
σπειραν
13067
John 18:12
σπειρα
1
sphlaion,n {spay'-lah-yon}
1) a cave, den
8796
John 11:38
σπηλαιον
1
spoggoV,n {spong'-gos}
1) sponge
14214
John 19:29
σπογγον
2
a space or distance of about 600 feet (185 m)
3926
John 6:19
σταδιους
8476
John 11:18
σταδιων
4
stauroV,n {stow-ros'}
1) a cross 1a) a well known instrument of most cruel and ignominious punishment, borrowed by the Greeks and Romans from the Phoenicians; to it were affixed among the Romans, down to the time of Constantine the Great, the guiltiest criminals, particularly the basest slaves, robbers, the authors and abetters of insurrections, and occasionally in the provinces, at the arbitrary pleasure of the governors, upright and peaceable men also, and even Roman citizens themselves 1b) the crucifixion which Christ underwent 2 an upright "stake", esp. a pointed one, used as such in fences or palisades
13963
John 19:17
σταυρον
13999
John 19:19
σταυρου
14136
John 19:25
σταυρω
14252
John 19:31
σταυρου
11
staurow,v {stow-ro'-o}
1) to stake, drive down stakes 2) to fortify with driven stakes, to palisade 3) to crucify 3a) to crucify one 3b) metaph. to crucify the flesh, destroy its power utterly (the nature of the figure implying that the destruction is attended with intense pain)
13747
John 19:6
σταυρωσον
13748
John 19:6
σταυρωσον
13757
John 19:6
σταυρωσατε
13831
John 19:10
σταυρωσαι
13929
John 19:15
σταυρωσον
13938
John 19:15
σταυρωσω
13954
John 19:16
σταυρωθη
13976
John 19:18
εσταυρωσαν
14026
John 19:20
εσταυρωθη
14067
John 19:23
εσταυρωσαν
14445
John 19:41
εσταυρωθη
2
stefanoV,n {stef'-an-os}
1) a crown 1a) a mark of royal or (in general) exalted rank 1a1) the wreath or garland which was given as a prize to victors in public games 1b) metaph. the eternal blessedness which will be given as a prize to the genuine servants of God and Christ: the crown (wreath) which is the reward of the righteousness 1c) that which is an ornament and honour to one 1) one of the seven deacons in Jerusalem and the first Christian martyr
13668
John 19:2
στεφανον
13725
John 19:5
στεφανον
2
sthqoV,n {stay'-thos}
1) the breast
10465
John 13:25
στηθος
15522
John 21:20
στηθος
1
stoma,n {stom'-a}
1) the mouth, as part of the body: of man, of animals, of fish, etc. 1a) since thoughts of a man's soul find verbal utterance by his mouth, the "heart" or "soul" and the mouth are distinguished 2) the edge of a sword
14224
John 19:29
στοματι
2
stoa,n {sto-ah'}
1) a portico, a covered colonnade where people can stand or walk protected from the weather and the heat of the sun 2) the portico built by Solomon in the eastern part of the temple (which in the temple's destruction by the Babylonians was left uninjured, and remained down to the time of King Agrippa, to whom the care of the temple was entrusted by the emperor Claudius, and who on account of its antiquity dare not demolish it and build anew.
2881
John 5:2
στοας
7896
John 10:23
στοα
6
a (common) soldier
metaph. a champion of the cause of Christ
13666
John 19:2
στρατιωται
14065
John 19:23
στρατιωται
14079
John 19:23
στρατιωτη
14129
John 19:24
στρατιωται
14279
John 19:32
στρατιωται
14311
John 19:34
στρατιωτων
4
strefw,v {stref'-o}
1) to turn, turn around 2) to turn one's self (i.e. to turn the back to one 2a) of one who no longer cares for another) 2b) metaph. to turn one's self from one's course of conduct, i.e. to change one's mind
559
John 1:38
στραφεις
9862
John 12:40
στραφωσιν
14701
John 20:14
εστραφη
14749
John 20:16
στραφεισα
409
su,rp {soo}
1) you
274
John 1:19
συ
295
John 1:21
συ
305
John 1:21
συ
356
John 1:25
συ
376
John 1:26
υμων
379
John 1:26
υμεις
649
John 1:42
συ
655
John 1:42
συ
764
John 1:48
σε
772
John 1:48
σε
777
John 1:49
συ
783
John 1:49
συ
795
John 1:50
σοι
798
John 1:50
σε
812
John 1:51
υμιν
881
John 2:4
σοι
898
John 2:5
υμιν
985
John 2:10
συ
1123
John 2:17
σου
1168
John 2:20
συ
1296
John 3:2
συ
1313
John 3:3
σοι
1354
John 3:5
σοι
1390
John 3:7
σοι
1392
John 3:7
υμας
1435
John 3:10
συ
1448
John 3:11
σοι
1467
John 3:12
υμιν
1474
John 3:12
υμιν
1728
John 3:26
σου
1733
John 3:26
συ
1762
John 3:28
υμεις
2036
John 4:9
συ
2067
John 4:10
σοι
2071
John 4:10
συ
2078
John 4:10
σοι
2102
John 4:12
συ
2197
John 4:16
σου
2230
John 4:18
σου
2244
John 4:19
συ
2254
John 4:20
υμεις
2287
John 4:22
υμεις
2367
John 4:26
σοι
2448
John 4:32
υμεις
2482
John 4:35
υμεις
2494
John 4:35
υμιν
2498
John 4:35
υμων
2545
John 4:38
υμας
2549
John 4:38
υμεις
2554
John 4:38
υμεις
2764
John 4:50
σου
2831
John 4:53
σου
2958
John 5:8
σου
2992
John 5:10
σοι
2996
John 5:10
σου
3011
John 5:11
σου
3022
John 5:12
σοι
3062
John 5:14
σοι
3142
John 5:19
υμιν
3189
John 5:20
υμεις
3244
John 5:24
υμιν
3275
John 5:25
υμιν
3415
John 5:33
υμεις
3435
John 5:34
υμεις
3445
John 5:35
υμεις
3512
John 5:38
υμιν
3519
John 5:38
υμεις
3526
John 5:39
υμεις
3556
John 5:42
υμας
3590
John 5:44
υμεις
3611
John 5:45
υμων
3618
John 5:45
υμων
3622
John 5:45
υμεις
4070
John 6:26
υμιν
4104
John 6:27
υμιν
4149
John 6:30
συ
4155
John 6:30
σοι
4185
John 6:32
υμιν
4189
John 6:32
υμιν
4200
John 6:32
υμιν
4263
John 6:36
υμιν
4473
John 6:47
υμιν
4487
John 6:49
υμων
4575
John 6:53
υμιν
4727
John 6:61
υμας
4756
John 6:63
υμιν
4765
John 6:64
υμων
4792
John 6:65
υμιν
4831
John 6:67
υμεις
4852
John 6:69
συ
4864
John 6:70
υμας
4870
John 6:70
υμων
4938
John 7:3
σου
4940
John 7:3
σου
4996
John 7:7
υμας
5011
John 7:8
υμεις
5193
John 7:19
υμιν
5199
John 7:19
υμων
5213
John 7:20
σε
5231
John 7:22
υμιν
5351
John 7:28
υμεις
5430
John 7:33
υμων
5448
John 7:34
υμεις
5496
John 7:36
υμεις
5665
John 7:47
υμεις
5727
John 7:52
συ
5811
John 8:5
συ
5846
John 8:7
υμων
5889
John 8:10
σε
5902
John 8:11
σε
5944
John 8:13
συ
5950
John 8:13
σου
5976
John 8:14
υμεις
5985
John 8:15
υμεις
6052
John 8:19
σου
6105
John 8:21
υμων
6110
John 8:21
υμεις
6126
John 8:22
υμεις
6133
John 8:23
υμεις
6143
John 8:23
υμεις
6158
John 8:24
υμιν
6164
John 8:24
υμων
6176
John 8:24
υμων
6180
John 8:25
συ
6193
John 8:25
υμιν
6197
John 8:26
υμων
6288
John 8:31
υμεις
6307
John 8:32
υμας
6319
John 8:33
συ
6331
John 8:34
υμιν
6363
John 8:36
υμας
6385
John 8:37
υμιν
6394
John 8:38
υμεις
6434
John 8:40
υμιν
6445
John 8:41
υμεις
6451
John 8:41
υμων
6473
John 8:42
υμων
6511
John 8:44
υμεις
6523
John 8:44
υμων
6569
John 8:46
υμων
6579
John 8:46
υμεις
6595
John 8:47
υμεις
6617
John 8:48
συ
6633
John 8:49
υμεις
6651
John 8:51
υμιν
6681
John 8:52
συ
6697
John 8:53
συ
6732
John 8:54
υμεις
6754
John 8:55
υμιν
6767
John 8:56
υμων
6798
John 8:58
υμιν
6969
John 9:10
σου
7096
John 9:17
συ
7102
John 9:17
σου
7139
John 9:19
υμων
7141
John 9:19
υμεις
7268
John 9:26
σοι
7271
John 9:26
σου
7277
John 9:27
υμιν
7288
John 9:27
υμεις
7298
John 9:28
συ
7334
John 9:30
υμεις
7390
John 9:34
συ
7394
John 9:34
συ
7411
John 9:35
συ
7441
John 9:37
σου
7509
John 9:41
υμων
7514
John 10:1
υμιν
7623
John 10:7
υμιν
7914
John 10:24
συ
7926
John 10:25
υμιν
7946
John 10:26
υμεις
8032
John 10:32
υμιν
8051
John 10:33
σε
8057
John 10:33
συ
8073
John 10:34
υμων
8105
John 10:36
υμεις
8326
John 11:8
σε
8428
John 11:15
υμας
8539
John 11:22
σοι
8549
John 11:23
σου
8605
John 11:27
συ
8635
John 11:28
σε
8827
John 11:40
σοι
8851
John 11:41
σοι
8872
John 11:42
συ
8994
John 11:49
υμεις
9002
John 11:50
υμιν
9125
John 11:56
υμιν
9402
John 12:15
σου
9546
John 12:24
υμιν
9639
John 12:28
σου
9681
John 12:30
υμας
9734
John 12:34
συ
9760
John 12:35
υμιν
9770
John 12:35
υμας
10154
John 13:6
συ
10167
John 13:7
συ
10193
John 13:8
σε
10235
John 13:10
υμεις
10273
John 13:12
υμιν
10274
John 13:13
υμεις
10291
John 13:14
υμων
10300
John 13:14
υμεις
10309
John 13:15
υμιν
10314
John 13:15
υμιν
10316
John 13:15
υμεις
10321
John 13:16
υμιν
10346
John 13:18
υμων
10371
John 13:19
υμιν
10385
John 13:20
υμιν
10415
John 13:21
υμιν
10419
John 13:21
υμων
10599
John 13:33
υμων
10612
John 13:33
υμεις
10617
John 13:33
υμιν
10623
John 13:34
υμιν
10629
John 13:34
υμας
10632
John 13:34
υμεις
10677
John 13:37
σοι
10684
John 13:37
σου
10690
John 13:38
σου
10697
John 13:38
σοι
10709
John 14:1
υμων
10734
John 14:2
υμιν
10739
John 14:2
υμιν
10746
John 14:3
υμιν
10751
John 14:3
υμας
10759
John 14:3
υμεις
10838
John 14:9
υμων
10852
John 14:9
συ
10876
John 14:10
υμιν
10914
John 14:12
υμιν
10980
John 14:16
υμιν
10983
John 14:16
υμων
11004
John 14:17
υμεις
11009
John 14:17
υμιν
11013
John 14:17
υμιν
11017
John 14:18
υμας
11021
John 14:18
υμας
11030
John 14:19
υμεις
11038
John 14:19
υμεις
11045
John 14:20
υμεις
11053
John 14:20
υμεις
11058
John 14:20
υμιν
11159
John 14:25
υμιν
11161
John 14:25
υμιν
11179
John 14:26
υμας
11184
John 14:26
υμας
11188
John 14:26
υμιν
11192
John 14:27
υμιν
11197
John 14:27
υμιν
11205
John 14:27
υμιν
11208
John 14:27
υμων
11217
John 14:28
υμιν
11222
John 14:28
υμας
11242
John 14:29
υμιν
11253
John 14:30
υμων
11320
John 15:3
υμεις
11328
John 15:3
υμιν
11334
John 15:4
υμιν
11352
John 15:4
υμεις
11362
John 15:5
υμεις
11415
John 15:7
υμιν
11423
John 15:7
υμιν
11444
John 15:9
υμας
11478
John 15:11
υμιν
11485
John 15:11
υμιν
11490
John 15:11
υμων
11503
John 15:12
υμας
11519
John 15:14
υμεις
11528
John 15:14
υμιν
11531
John 15:15
υμας
11543
John 15:15
υμας
11556
John 15:15
υμιν
11558
John 15:16
υμεις
11564
John 15:16
υμας
11567
John 15:16
υμας
11569
John 15:16
υμεις
11577
John 15:16
υμων
11591
John 15:16
υμιν
11594
John 15:17
υμιν
11601
John 15:18
υμας
11607
John 15:18
υμων
11630
John 15:19
υμας
11637
John 15:19
υμας
11646
John 15:20
υμιν
11658
John 15:20
υμας
11674
John 15:21
υμας
11759
John 15:26
υμιν
11777
John 15:27
υμεις
11788
John 16:1
υμιν
11794
John 16:2
υμας
11802
John 16:2
υμας
11821
John 16:4
υμιν
11833
John 16:4
υμιν
11836
John 16:4
υμιν
11843
John 16:4
υμων
11855
John 16:5
υμων
11864
John 16:6
υμιν
11868
John 16:6
υμων
11876
John 16:7
υμιν
11878
John 16:7
υμιν
11891
John 16:7
υμας
11898
John 16:7
υμας
11946
John 16:12
υμιν
11962
John 16:13
υμας
11980
John 16:13
υμιν
11991
John 16:14
υμιν
12009
John 16:15
υμιν
12096
John 16:20
υμιν
12101
John 16:20
υμεις
12106
John 16:20
υμεις
12111
John 16:20
υμων
12145
John 16:22
υμεις
12154
John 16:22
υμας
12157
John 16:22
υμων
12163
John 16:22
υμων
12167
John 16:22
υμων
12180
John 16:23
υμιν
12191
John 16:23
υμιν
12207
John 16:24
υμων
12214
John 16:25
υμιν
12222
John 16:25
υμιν
12229
John 16:25
υμιν
12242
John 16:26
υμιν
12249
John 16:26
υμων
12255
John 16:27
υμας
12257
John 16:27
υμεις
12310
John 16:30
σε
12350
John 16:33
υμιν
12384
John 17:1
σου
12391
John 17:1
σε
12415
John 17:3
σε
12426
John 17:4
σε
12443
John 17:5
συ
12457
John 17:5
σοι
12459
John 17:6
σου
12478
John 17:6
σου
12488
John 17:7
σου
12506
John 17:8
σου
12511
John 17:8
συ
12559
John 17:11
σε
12568
John 17:11
σου
12587
John 17:12
σου
12611
John 17:13
σε
12633
John 17:14
σου
12737
John 17:21
συ
12743
John 17:21
σοι
12755
John 17:21
συ
12776
John 17:23
συ
12789
John 17:23
συ
12831
John 17:25
σε
12836
John 17:25
σε
12842
John 17:25
συ
12850
John 17:26
σου
12990
John 18:8
υμιν
13175
John 18:17
συ
13323
John 18:25
συ
13351
John 18:26
σε
13421
John 18:30
σοι
13431
John 18:31
υμεις
13436
John 18:31
υμων
13476
John 18:33
συ
13486
John 18:34
συ
13492
John 18:34
σοι
13510
John 18:35
σε
13564
John 18:37
συ
13568
John 18:37
συ
13625
John 18:39
υμιν
13629
John 18:39
υμιν
13636
John 18:39
υμιν
13706
John 19:4
υμιν
13755
John 19:6
υμεις
13805
John 19:9
συ
13827
John 19:10
σε
13832
John 19:10
σε
13846
John 19:11
σοι
13853
John 19:11
σοι
13923
John 19:14
υμων
13937
John 19:15
υμων
14174
John 19:26
σου
14182
John 19:27
σου
14341
John 19:35
υμεις
14734
John 20:15
συ
14786
John 20:17
υμων
14792
John 20:17
υμων
14842
John 20:19
υμιν
14867
John 20:21
υμιν
14875
John 20:21
υμας
14987
John 20:26
υμιν
14995
John 20:27
σου
15006
John 20:27
σου
15145
John 21:3
σοι
15336
John 21:12
συ
15386
John 21:15
συ
15390
John 21:15
σε
15409
John 21:16
συ
15413
John 21:16
σε
15443
John 21:17
συ
15445
John 21:17
συ
15449
John 21:17
σε
15461
John 21:18
σοι
15477
John 21:18
σου
15480
John 21:18
σε
15531
John 21:20
σε
15556
John 21:22
σε
15557
John 21:22
συ
15592
John 21:23
σε
3
sun,p {soon}
1) with
9187
John 12:2
συν
12869
John 18:1
συν
15144
John 21:3
συν
1
surw,v {soo'-ro}
1) to draw, drag 1a) of one before the judge, to prison, to punishment
15269
John 21:8
συροντες
1
of the same kin, akin to, related by blood
in a wider sense, of the same nation, a fellow countryman
13342
John 18:26
συγγενης
1
sugcraomai,v {soong-khrah'-om-ahee}
1) to use with anyone, use jointly 2) to associate with, to have dealings with
2048
John 4:9
συγχρωνται
2
sukh,n {soo-kay'}
1) a fig tree
770
John 1:48
συκην
801
John 1:50
συκης
1
sullambanw,v {sool-lam-ban'-o}
1) to seize, take: one as prisoner 2) to conceive, of a woman 2a) metaph. of lust whose impulses a man indulges 3) to seize for one's self 3a) in a hostile sense, to make (one a permanent) prisoner 4) to take hold together with one, to assist, help, to succour
13076
John 18:12
συνελαβον
1
sumbouleuw,v {soom-bool-yoo'-o}
1) to give counsel 2) to take counsel with others, take counsel together, to consult, deliberate
13102
John 18:14
συμβουλευσας
3
sumferw,v {soom-fer'-o}
1) to bear or bring together 2) to bear together or at the same time 2a) to carry with others 2b) to collect or contribute in order to help 2c) to help, be profitable, be expedient
9001
John 11:50
συμφερει
11877
John 16:7
συμφερει
13106
John 18:14
συμφερει
1
summaqhthV,n {soom-math-ay-tace'}
1) a fellow disciple
8446
John 11:16
συμμαθηταις
6
sunagw,v {soon-ag'-o}
1) to gather together, to gather 1a) to draw together, collect 1a1) of fishes 1a2) of a net in which they are caught 2) to bring together, assemble, collect 2a) to join together, join in one (those previously separated) 2b) to gather together by convoking 2c) to be gathered i.e. come together, gather, meet 3) to lead with one's self 3a) into one's home, i.e. to receive hospitably, to entertain
2514
John 4:36
συναγει
3821
John 6:12
συναγαγετε
3829
John 6:13
συνηγαγον
8941
John 11:47
συνηγαγον
9051
John 11:52
συναγαγη
11397
John 15:6
συναγουσιν
2
sunagwgh,n {soon-ag-o-gay'}
1) a bringing together, gathering (as of fruits), a contracting 2) in the NT, an assembling together of men, an assembly of men 3) a synagogue 3a) an assembly of Jews formally gathered together to offer prayers and listen to the reading and expositions of the scriptures; assemblies of that sort were held every sabbath and feast day, afterwards also on the second and fifth days of every week; name transferred to an assembly of Christians formally gathered together for religious purposes 3b) the buildings where those solemn Jewish assemblies are held. Synagogues seem to date their origin from the Babylonian exile. In the times of Jesus and the apostles every town, not only in Palestine, but also among the Gentiles if it contained a considerable number of Jewish inhabitants, had at least one synagogue, the larger towns several or even many. These were also used for trials and inflicting punishment.
4690
John 6:59
συναγωγη
13238
John 18:20
συναγωγη
1
sunedrion,n {soon-ed'-ree-on}
1) any assembly (esp. of magistrates, judges, ambassadors), whether convened to deliberate or pass judgment 2) any session or assembly or people deliberating or adjudicating 2a) the Sanhedrin, the great council at Jerusalem, consisting of the seventy one members, viz. scribes, elders, prominent members of the high priestly families and the high priest, the president of the assembly. The most important causes were brought before this tribunal, inasmuch as the Roman rulers of Judaea had left to it the power of trying such cases, and also of pronouncing sentence of death, with the limitation that a capital sentence pronounced by the Sanhedrin was not valid unless it was confirmed by the Roman procurator. 2b) a smaller tribunal or council which every Jewish town had for the decision of less important cases.
8948
John 11:47
συνεδριον
2
sunercomai,v {soon-er'-khom-ahee}
1) to come together 1a) to assemble 1b) of conjugal cohabitation 2) to go (depart) or come with one, to accompany one
8732
John 11:33
συνελθοντας
13247
John 18:20
συνερχονται
1
sunecw,v {soon-ekh'-o}
1) to hold together 1a) any whole, lest it fall to pieces or something fall away from it 2) to hold together with constraint, to compress 2a) to press together with the hand 2a) to hold one's ears, to shut the heavens that it may not rain 2b) to press on every side 2b1) of a besieged city 2b2) of a strait, that forces a ship into a narrow channel 2b3) of a cattle squeeze, that pushing in on each side, forcing the beast into a position where it cannot move so the farmer can administer medication 3) to hold completely 3a) to hold fast 3a1) of a prisoner 3b) metaph. 3b1) to be held by, closely occupied with any business 3b2) in teaching the word 3b3) to constrain, oppress, of ills laying hold of one and distressing him 3b4) to be held with, afflicted with, suffering from 3b5) to urge, impel 3b51) of the soul
12900
John 18:2
συνηχθη
2
suneisercomai,v {soon-ice-er'-khom-ahee}
1) to enter together
3993
John 6:22
συνεισηλθεν
13131
John 18:15
συνεισηλθεν
1
sunhqeia,n {soon-ay'-thi-ah}
1) intercourse (with one), intimacy 2) custom 3) a being used to, accustomed
13624
John 18:39
συνηθεια
1
suntiqemai,v {soon-tith'-em-ahee}
1) to put together with, to place together, to join together 1a) to place in one's mind 1a1) to resolve, determine 1a2) to make an arrangement, to engage 1b) to assent to, to agree to
7202
John 9:22
συνετεθειντο
1
suntribw,v {soon-tree'-bo}
1) break, to break in pieces, shiver 2) to tread down 2a) to put Satan under foot and (as a conqueror) trample on him 2b) to break down, crush 2b1) to tear one's body and shatter one's strength
14352
John 19:36
συντριβησεται
1
To crucify
14291
John 19:32
συσταυρωθεντος
6
swzw,v {sode'-zo}
1) to save, keep safe and sound, to rescue from danger or destruction 1a) one (from injury or peril) 1a1) to save a suffering one (from perishing), i.e. one suffering from disease, to make well, heal, restore to health 1b1) to preserve one who is in danger of destruction, to save or rescue 1b) to save in the technical biblical sense 1b1) negatively 1b1a) to deliver from the penalties of the Messianic judgment 1b1b) to save from the evils which obstruct the reception of the Messianic deliverance
1561
John 3:17
σωθη
3436
John 5:34
σωθητε
7655
John 10:9
σωθησεται
8397
John 11:12
σωθησεται
9623
John 12:27
σωσον
9976
John 12:47
σωσω
6
swma,n {so'-mah}
1) the body both of men or animals 1a) a dead body or corpse 1b) the living body 1b1) of animals 2) the bodies of planets and of stars (heavenly bodies) 3) is used of a (large or small) number of men closely united into one society, or family as it were; a social, ethical, mystical body 3a) so in the NT of the church 4) that which casts a shadow as distinguished from the shadow itself
1181
John 2:21
σωματος
14254
John 19:31
σωματα
14387
John 19:38
σωμα
14399
John 19:38
σωμα
14423
John 19:40
σωμα
14676
John 20:12
σωμα
1
Saviour, deliverer, preserver
2629
John 4:42
σωτηρ
1
swthria,n {so-tay-ree'-ah}
1) deliverance, preservation, safety, salvation 1a) deliverance from the molestation of enemies 1b) in an ethical sense, that which concludes to the souls safety or salvation 1b1) of Messianic salvation 2) salvation as the present possession of all true Christians 3) future salvation, the sum of benefits and blessings which the Christians, redeemed from all earthly ills, will enjoy after the visible return of Christ from heaven in the consummated and eternal kingdom of God.
2298
John 4:22
σωτηρια
3
scisma,n {skhis'-mah}
1) a rent 2) metaph. a division, dissension
5611
John 7:43
σχισμα
7086
John 9:16
σχισμα
7842
John 10:19
σχισμα
2
scizw,v {skhid'-zo}
1) to cleave, cleave asunder, rend 2) to divide by rending 3) to split into factions, be divided
14100
John 19:24
σχισωμεν
15320
John 21:11
εσχισθη
1
scoinion,n {skhoy-nee'-on}
1) a cord or rope made of rushes 2) a rope
1072
John 2:15
σχοινιων
2
tacion,a {takh'-ee-on}
1) more swiftly, more quickly
10514
John 13:27
ταχιον
14552
John 20:4
ταχιον
6
tarassw,v {tar-as'-so}
1) to agitate, trouble (a thing, by the movement of its parts to and fro) 1a) to cause one inward commotion, take away his calmness of mind, disturb his equanimity 1b) to disquiet, make restless 1c) to stir up 1d) to trouble 1d1) to strike one's spirit with fear and dread 1e) to render anxious or distressed 1f) to perplex the mind of one by suggesting scruples or doubts
2933
John 5:7
ταραχθη
8740
John 11:33
εταραξεν
9618
John 12:27
τεταρακται
10405
John 13:21
εταραχθη
10708
John 14:1
ταρασσεσθω
11207
John 14:27
ταρασσεσθω
1
tacewV,d {takh-eh'-oce}
1) quickly, shortly
8682
John 11:31
ταχεως
1
tacuV,a {takh-oos'} 1) quick, fleet, speedy
8641
John 11:29
ταχυ
3
te,c {teh} 1) not only ... but also 2) both ... and 3) as ... so
1079
John 2:15
τε
2609
John 4:42
τε
3917
John 6:18
τε
3
teknon,n {tek'-non} 1) offspring, children 1a) child 1a) a male child, a son 1b) metaph. 1b1) the name transferred to that intimate and reciprocal relationship formed between men by the bonds of love, friendship, trust, just as between parents and children 1b2) in affectionate address, such as patrons, helpers, teachers and the like employ: my child 1b3) in the NT, pupils or disciples are called children of their teachers, because the latter by their instruction nourish the minds of their pupils and mould their characters 1b4) children of God: in the OT of "the people of Israel" as especially dear to God, in the NT, in Paul's writings, all who are led by the Spirit of God and thus closely related to God 1b5) children of the devil: those who in thought and action are prompted by the devil, and so reflect his character 1c) metaph. 1c1) of anything who depends upon it, is possessed by a desire or affection for it, is addicted to it 1c2) one who is liable to any fate 1c2a) thus children of a city: it citizens and inhabitants 1c3) the votaries of wisdom, those souls who have, as it were, been nurtured and moulded by wisdom 1c4) cursed children, exposed to a curse and doomed to God's wrath or penalty
141
John 1:12
τεκνα
6416
John 8:39
τεκνα
9046
John 11:52
τεκνα
1
teloV,n {tel'-os} 1) end 1a) termination, the limit at which a thing ceases to be (always of the end of some act or state, but not of the end of a period of time) 1b) the end 1b1) the last in any succession or series 1b2) eternal 1c) that by which a thing is finished, its close, issue 1d) the end to which all things relate, the aim, purpose 2) toll, custom (i.e. indirect tax on goods)
10074
John 13:1
τελος
1
teraV,n {ter'-as} 1) a prodigy, portent 2) miracle: performed by any one
2740
John 4:48
τερατα
2
tessareV,a {tes'-sar-es} 1) four
8460
John 11:17
τεσσαρας
14076
John 19:23
τεσσαρα
1
teknion,n {tek-nee'-on} 1) a little child 2) in the NT used as a term of kindly address by teachers to their disciples
10595
John 13:33
τεκνια
2
telew,v {tel-eh'-o} 1) to bring to a close, to finish, to end 1a) passed, finished 2) to perform, execute, complete, fulfil, (so that the thing done corresponds to what has been said, the order, command etc.) 2a) with special reference to the subject matter, to carry out the contents of a command 2b) with reference also to the form, to do just as commanded, and generally involving the notion of time, to perform the last act which completes a process, to accomplish, fulfil 3) to pay 3a) of tribute
14203
John 19:28
τετελεσται
14233
John 19:30
τετελεσται
5
teleiow,v {tel-i-o'-o} 1) to make perfect, complete 1a) to carry through completely, to accomplish, finish, bring to an end 2) to complete (perfect) 2a) add what is yet wanting in order to render a thing full 2b) to be found perfect 3) to bring to the end (goal) proposed 4) to accomplish 4a) bring to a close or fulfilment by event 4a1) of the prophecies of the scriptures
2477
John 4:34
τελειωσω
3472
John 5:36
τελειωσω
12433
John 17:4
τελειωσας
12781
John 17:23
τετελειωμενοι
14205
John 19:28
τελειωθη
1
teleutaw,v {tel-yoo-tah'-o} 1) to finish, bring to and end, close 2) to have an end or close, come to an end
8813
John 11:39
τετελευτηκοτος
1
tessarakonta,a {tes-sar-ak'-on-tah} 1) forty
1159
John 2:20
τεσσερακοντα
1
tetartaioV,a {tet-ar-tah'-yos} 1) on the fourth day
8818
John 11:39
τεταρταιος
1
Of four months, lasting four months
2486
John 4:35
τετραμηνος
18
threw,v {tay-reh'-o} 1) to attend to carefully, take care of 1a) to guard 1b) metaph. to keep, one in the state in which he is 1c) to observe 1d) to reserve: to undergo something
986
John 2:10
τετηρηκας
6657
John 8:51
τηρηση
6688
John 8:52
τηρηση
6763
John 8:55
τηρω
7074
John 9:16
τηρει
9280
John 12:7
τηρηση
10971
John 14:15
τηρησετε
11065
John 14:21
τηρων
11119
John 14:23
τηρησει
11143
John 14:24
τηρει
11456
John 15:10
τηρησητε
11469
John 15:10
τετηρηκα
11664
John 15:20
ετηρησαν
11668
John 15:20
τηρησουσιν
12479
John 17:6
τετηρηκαν
12563
John 17:11
τηρησον
12582
John 17:12
ετηρουν
12662
John 17:15
τηρησης
1
tiktw,v {tik'-to} 1) to bring forth, bear, produce (fruit from the seed) 1a) of a woman giving birth 1b) of the earth bringing forth its fruits 1c) metaph. to bear, bring forth
12118
John 16:21
τικτη
18
tiqhmi,v {tith'-ay-mee} 1) to set, put, place 1a) to place or lay 1b) to put down, lay down 1b1) to bend down 1b2) to lay off or aside, to wear or carry no longer 1b3) to lay by, lay aside money 1c) to set on (serve) something to eat or drink 1d) to set forth, something to be explained by discourse 2) to make 2a) to make (or set) for one's self or for one's use 3) to set, fix establish 3a) to set forth 3b) to establish, ordain
979
John 2:10
τιθησιν
7696
John 10:11
τιθησιν
7767
John 10:15
τιθημι
7805
John 10:17
τιθημι
7820
John 10:18
τιθημι
7826
John 10:18
θειναι
8745
John 11:34
τεθεικατε
10118
John 13:4
τιθησιν
10685
John 13:37
θησω
10693
John 13:38
θησεις
11514
John 15:13
θη
11566
John 15:16
εθηκα
13996
John 19:19
εθηκεν
14458
John 19:41
τεθειμενος
14471
John 19:42
εθηκαν
14527
John 20:2
εθηκαν
14697
John 20:13
εθηκαν
14740
John 20:15
εθηκας
136
tiV,ri {tis} 1) a certain, a certain one 2) some, some time, a while 1) who, which, what
275
John 1:19
τις
293
John 1:21
τι
312
John 1:22
τις
320
John 1:22
τι
352
John 1:25
τι
569
John 1:38
τι
721
John 1:46
τι
878
John 2:4
τι
895
John 2:5
τι
1133
John 2:18
τι
1248
John 2:25
τις
1256
John 2:25
τι
1316
John 3:3
τις
1357
John 3:5
τις
2063
John 4:10
τις
2384
John 4:27
τι
2387
John 4:27
τι
2458
John 4:33
τις
2696
John 4:46
τις
2894
John 5:5
τις
3016
John 5:12
τις
3031
John 5:13
τις
3063
John 5:14
τι
3153
John 5:19
τι
3727
John 6:6
τι
3743
John 6:7
τι
3770
John 6:9
τι
3827
John 6:12
τι
4117
John 6:28
τι
4146
John 6:30
τι
4156
John 6:30
τι
4458
John 6:46
τις
4506
John 6:50
τις
4525
John 6:51
τις
4707
John 6:60
τις
4766
John 6:64
τινες
4776
John 6:64
τινες
4782
John 6:64
τις
4840
John 6:68
τινα
4947
John 7:4
τι
5144
John 7:17
τις
5203
John 7:19
τι
5212
John 7:20
τις
5281
John 7:25
τινες
5479
John 7:36
τις
5516
John 7:37
τις
5619
John 7:44
τινες
5647
John 7:45
τι
5668
John 7:48
τις
5719
John 7:51
τι
5813
John 8:5
τι
6181
John 8:25
τις
6190
John 8:25
τι
6496
John 8:43
τι
6567
John 8:46
τις
6578
John 8:46
τι
6653
John 8:51
τις
6684
John 8:52
τις
6710
John 8:53
τινα
6834
John 9:2
τις
7062
John 9:16
τινες
7095
John 9:17
τι
7175
John 9:21
τις
7207
John 9:22
τις
7266
John 9:26
τι
7282
John 9:27
τι
7353
John 9:31
τις
7370
John 9:32
τις
7423
John 9:36
τις
7610
John 10:6
τινα
7653
John 10:9
τις
7861
John 10:20
τι
7986
John 10:28
τις
8208
John 11:1
τις
8343
John 11:9
τις
8359
John 11:10
τις
8764
John 11:37
τινες
8927
John 11:46
τινες
8951
John 11:47
τι
8983
John 11:49
τις
9123
John 11:56
τι
9143
John 11:57
τις
9235
John 12:5
τι
9486
John 12:20
τινες
9591
John 12:26
τις
9607
John 12:26
τις
9620
John 12:27
τι
9742
John 12:34
τις
9823
John 12:38
τις
9832
John 12:38
τινι
9955
John 12:47
τις
10018
John 12:49
τι
10021
John 12:49
τι
10271
John 13:12
τι
10350
John 13:18
τινας
10389
John 13:20
τινα
10429
John 13:22
τινος
10453
John 13:24
τις
10471
John 13:25
τις
10522
John 13:28
τι
10525
John 13:29
τινες
10549
John 13:29
τι
10674
John 13:37
τι
10938
John 14:13
τι
10955
John 14:14
τι
11096
John 14:22
τι
11113
John 14:23
τις
11385
John 15:6
τις
11510
John 15:13
τις
11538
John 15:15
τι
11581
John 15:16
τι
12029
John 16:17
τι
12054
John 16:18
τι
12063
John 16:18
τι
12182
John 16:23
τι
12309
John 16:30
τις
12942
John 18:4
τινα
12979
John 18:7
τινα
13253
John 18:21
τι
13259
John 18:21
τι
13298
John 18:23
τι
13402
John 18:29
τινα
13512
John 18:35
τι
13602
John 18:38
τι
14106
John 19:24
τινος
14684
John 20:13
τι
14720
John 20:15
τι
14722
John 20:15
τινα
14887
John 20:23
τινων
14894
John 20:23
τινων
15183
John 21:5
τι
15337
John 21:12
τις
15527
John 21:20
τις
15543
John 21:21
τι
15554
John 21:22
τι
15590
John 21:23
τι
2
titloV,n {tit'-los} 1) a title 2) an inscription, giving the accusation or crime for which a criminal suffered
13992
John 19:19
τιτλον
14013
John 19:20
τιτλον
6
timaw,v {tim-ah'-o} 1) to estimate, fix the value 1a) for the value of something belonging to one's self 2) to honour, to have in honour, to revere, venerate
3222
John 5:23
τιμωσι
3226
John 5:23
τιμωσι
3231
John 5:23
τιμων
3235
John 5:23
τιμα
6628
John 8:49
τιμω
9610
John 12:26
τιμησει
1
timh,n {tee-may'} 1) a valuing by which the price is fixed 1a) of the price itself 1b) of the price paid or received for a person or thing bought or sold 2) honour which belongs or is shown to one 2a) of the honour which one has by reason of rank and state of office which he holds 2b) deference, reverence
2652
John 4:44
τιμην
16
topoV,n {top'-os} 1) place, any portion or space marked off, as it were from surrounding space 1a) an inhabited place, as a city, village, district 1b) a place (passage) in a book 2) metaph. 2a) the condition or station held by one in any company or assembly 2b) opportunity, power, occasion for acting
2261
John 4:20
τοπος
3041
John 5:13
τοπω
3787
John 6:10
τοπω
4015
John 6:23
τοπου
8168
John 10:40
τοπον
8305
John 11:6
τοπω
8659
John 11:30
τοπω
8977
John 11:48
τοπον
10738
John 14:2
τοπον
10745
John 14:3
τοπον
12897
John 18:2
τοπον
13901
John 19:13
τοπον
13969
John 19:17
τοπον
14022
John 19:20
τοπος
14443
John 19:41
τοπω
14606
John 20:7
τοπον
10
tote,d {tot'-eh} 1) then 2) at that time
5046
John 7:10
τοτε
6235
John 8:28
τοτε
7879
John 10:22
τοτε
8299
John 11:6
τοτε
8416
John 11:14
τοτε
9420
John 12:16
τοτε
10500
John 13:27
τοτε
13655
John 19:1
τοτε
13948
John 19:16
τοτε
14607
John 20:8
τοτε
3
toioutoV,rd {toy-oo'-tos} 1) such as this, of this kind or sort
2324
John 4:23
τοιουτους
5809
John 8:5
τοιαυτας
7082
John 9:16
τοιαυτα
1
tolmaw,v {tol-mah'-o} 1) not to dread or shun through fear 2) to bear, endure 3) to bring one's self to 4) to be bold 5) bear one's self boldly, deal boldly
15331
John 21:12
ετολμα
4
tosoutoV,rd {tos-oo'-tos} 1) of quantity: so great, so many 2) of time: so long
3773
John 6:9
τοσουτους
9802
John 12:37
τοσαυτα
10835
John 14:9
τοσουτω
15317
John 21:11
τοσουτων
1
trapeza,n {trap'-ed-zah} 1) a table 1a) a table on which food is placed, an eating place 1a1) the table in the temple at Jerusalem on which the consecrated loaves were placed 1b) equiv. to the food placed upon the table 1b1) to set a table 1b2) put food before one 1c) a banquet, feast 2) the table or stand of a money changer, where he sits, exchanging different kinds of money for a fee (agio), and paying back with interest loans or deposits
1092
John 2:15
τραπεζας
2
trecw,v {trekh'-o} 1) to run 1a) of persons in haste 1b) of those who run in a race course 2) metaph. 2a) of doctrine rapidly propagated 2b) by a metaphor taken from runners in a race, to exert one's self, strive hard 2c) to spend one's strength in performing or attaining something 2d) word occurs in Greek writings denoting to incur extreme peril, which it requires the exertion of all one's effort to overcome
14498
John 20:2
τρεχει
14542
John 20:4
ετρεχον
4
treiV,a {trice} 1) three
917
John 2:6
τρεις
1151
John 2:19
τρισιν
1170
John 2:20
τρισιν
15315
John 21:11
τριων
1
triV,d {trece} 1) thrice
10706
John 13:38
τρις
4
tritoV,a {tree'-tos} 1) the third
834
John 2:1
τριτη
15359
John 21:14
τριτον
15423
John 21:17
τριτον
15435
John 21:17
τριτον
2
triakonta,a {tree-ak'-on-tah} 1) thirty
2897
John 5:5
τριακοντα
3930
John 6:19
τριακοντα
1
triakosioi,a {tree-ak-os'-ee-oy} 1) three hundred
9241
John 12:5
τριακοσιων
1
trofh,n {trof-ay'} 1) food, nourishment
2026
John 4:8
τροφας
5
trwgw,v {tro'-go} 1) to gnaw, crunch, chew raw vegetables or fruits (as nuts, almonds) 1a) of animals feeding 1b) of men 2) to eat
4596
John 6:54
τρωγων
4629
John 6:56
τρωγων
4657
John 6:57
τρωγων
4679
John 6:58
τρωγων
10358
John 13:18
τρωγων
2
tupoV,n {too'-pos} 1) the mark of a stroke or blow, print 2) a figure formed by a blow or impression 2a) of a figure or image 2b) of the image of the gods 3) form 3a) the teaching which embodies the sum and substance of religion and represents it to the mind, manner of writing, the contents and form of a letter 4) an example 4a) in the technical sense, the pattern in conformity to which a thing must be made 4b) in an ethical sense, a dissuasive example, a pattern of warning 4b1) of ruinous events which serve as admonitions or warnings to others 4c) an example to be imitated 4c1) of men worthy of imitation 4d) in a doctrinal sense 4d1) of a type i.e. a person or thing prefiguring a future (Messianic) person or thing
14934
John 20:25
τυπον
14944
John 20:25
τυπον
16
tufloV,a {toof-los'} 1) blind 2) mentally blind
2889
John 5:3
τυφλων
6823
John 9:1
τυφλον
6842
John 9:2
τυφλος
7017
John 9:13
τυφλον
7093
John 9:17
τυφλω
7120
John 9:18
τυφλος
7144
John 9:19
τυφλος
7166
John 9:20
τυφλος
7232
John 9:24
τυφλος
7259
John 9:25
τυφλος
7372
John 9:32
τυφλου
7472
John 9:39
τυφλοι
7489
John 9:40
τυφλοι
7496
John 9:41
τυφλοι
7875
John 10:21
τυφλων
8777
John 11:37
τυφλου
1
tuflow,v {toof-lo'-o} 1) to blind, make blind 2) in the NT metaph. to blunt the mental discernment, darken the mind
9843
John 12:40
τετυφλωκεν
21
udwr,n {hoo'-dore} 1) water 1a) of water in rivers, in fountains, in pools 1b) of the water of the deluge 1c) of water in any of the earth's repositories 1d) of water as the primary element, out of and through which the world that was before the deluge, arose and was compacted 1e) of the waves of the sea 1f) fig. used of many peoples
374
John 1:26
υδατι
463
John 1:31
υδατι
492
John 1:33
υδατι
925
John 2:7
υδατος
949
John 2:9
υδωρ
964
John 2:9
υδωρ
1360
John 3:5
υδατος
1688
John 3:23
υδατα
2009
John 4:7
υδωρ
2079
John 4:10
υδωρ
2098
John 4:11
υδωρ
2137
John 4:13
υδατος
2147
John 4:14
υδατος
2160
John 4:14
υδωρ
2168
John 4:14
υδατος
2183
John 4:15
υδωρ
2692
John 4:46
υδωρ
2935
John 5:7
υδωρ
5537
John 7:38
υδατος
10128
John 13:5
υδωρ
14322
John 19:34
υδωρ
1
upnoV,n {hoop'-nos} 1) sleep
8414
John 11:13
υπνου
1
usswpoV,n {hoos'-so-pos} 1) hyssop 2) a plant used by the Hebrews in their ritual sprinklings
14219
John 19:29
υσσωπω
1
usteroV,a {hoos'-ter-os} 1) latter, later, coming after, the second 2) afterward, after this, later, lastly
10667
John 13:36
υστερον
3
udria,n {hoo-dree-ah'} 1) a vessel for holding water 2) a water jar, a water pot
904
John 2:6
υδριαι
924
John 2:7
υδριας
2394
John 4:28
υδριαν
1
ufantoV,a {hoo-fan-tos'} 1) woven
14092
John 19:23
υφαντος
6
sound
- of a man who is sound in body
- to make one whole i.e. restore him to health
- metaph. teaching which does not deviate from the truth
2921
John 5:7
υγιης
2964
John 5:9
υγιης
3004
John 5:11
υγιη
3055
John 5:14
υγιης
3078
John 5:15
υγιη
5266
John 7:23
υγιη
3
umeteroV,a {hoo-met'-er-os} 1) you, yours 1a) to be possessed by you 1b) to be allocated by you 1c) proceeding from you
4987
John 7:6
υμετερος
6022
John 8:17
υμετερω
11667
John 15:20
υμετερον
32
upagw,v {hoop-ag'-o} 1) to lead under, bring under 2) to withdraw one's self, to go away, depart
1412
John 3:8
υπαγει
2193
John 4:16
υπαγε
3970
John 6:21
υπηγον
4833
John 6:67
υπαγειν
4930
John 7:3
υπαγε
5433
John 7:33
υπαγω
5975
John 8:14
υπαγω
5984
John 8:14
υπαγω
6097
John 8:21
υπαγω
6109
John 8:21
υπαγω
6125
John 8:22
υπαγω
6909
John 9:7
υπαγε
6990
John 9:11
υπαγε
8332
John 11:8
υπαγεις
8690
John 11:31
υπαγει
8909
John 11:44
υπαγειν
9335
John 12:11
υπηγον
9781
John 12:35
υπαγει
10112
John 13:3
υπαγει
10611
John 13:33
υπαγω
10654
John 13:36
υπαγεις
10659
John 13:36
υπαγω
10764
John 14:4
υπαγω
10775
John 14:5
υπαγεις
11218
John 14:28
υπαγω
11570
John 15:16
υπαγητε
11847
John 16:5
υπαγω
11859
John 16:5
υπαγεις
11928
John 16:10
υπαγω
12048
John 16:17
υπαγω
13000
John 18:8
υπαγειν
15137
John 21:3
υπαγω
1
upanthsiV,n {hoop-an'-tay-sis} 1) to go to meet
9368
John 12:13
υπαντησιν
4
upantaw,v {hoop-an-tah'-o} 1) to go to meet, to meet 2) in military reference 2a) of a hostile meeting
2785
John 4:51
υπηντησαν
8503
John 11:20
υπηντησεν
8661
John 11:30
υπηντησεν
9455
John 12:18
υπηντησεν
13
uper,p {hoop-er'} 1) in behalf of, for the sake of 2) over, beyond, more than 3) more, beyond, over
433
John 1:30
υπερ
4546
John 6:51
υπερ
7697
John 10:11
υπερ
7768
John 10:15
υπερ
8268
John 11:4
υπερ
9007
John 11:50
υπερ
9033
John 11:51
υπερ
9038
John 11:52
υπερ
10683
John 13:37
υπερ
10691
John 13:38
υπερ
11515
John 15:13
υπερ
12703
John 17:19
υπερ
13110
John 18:14
υπερ
9
uphrethV,n {hoop-ay-ret'-ace} 1) servant 1a) an underrower, subordinate rower 1b) any one who serves with hands: a servant 1b1) in the NT of the officers and attendants of magistrates as -- of the officer who executes penalties 1b2) of the attendants of a king, servants, retinue, the soldiers of a king, of the attendant of a synagogue 1b3) of any one ministering or rendering service 1c) any one who aids another in any work 1c1) an assistant 1c2) of the preacher of the gospel
5418
John 7:32
υπηρετας
5636
John 7:45
υπηρεται
5653
John 7:46
υπηρεται
12921
John 18:3
υπηρετας
13073
John 18:12
υπηρεται
13193
John 18:18
υπηρεται
13275
John 18:22
υπηρετων
13537
John 18:36
υπηρεται
13744
John 19:6
υπηρεται
2
upo,p {hoop-o'} 1) by, under
768
John 1:48
υπο
11077
John 14:21
υπο
1
upodeigma,n {hoop-od'-igue-mah} 1) a sign suggestive of anything, delineation of a thing, representation, figure, copy 2) an example: for imitation 2a) of the thing to be imitated 2b) for a warning, of a thing to be shunned
10306
John 13:15
υποδειγμα
1
upodhma,n {hoop-od'-ay-mah} 1) what is bound under, a sandal, a sole fastened to the foot with thongs
397
John 1:27
υποδηματος
1
upokatw,p {hoop-ok-at'-o} 1) under, underneath
799
John 1:50
υποκατω
1
to cause one to remember, bring to remembrance, recall to mind: to another
to put one in remembrance, admonish, of something
to be reminded, to remember
11183
John 14:26
υπομνησει
1
usterew,v {hoos-ter-eh'-o} 1) behind 1a) to come late or too tardily 1a1) to be left behind in the race and so fail to reach the goal, to fall short of the end 1a2) metaph. fail to become a partaker, fall back from 1b) to be inferior in power, influence and rank 1b1) of the person: to be inferior to 1c) to fail, be wanting 1d) to be in want of, lack 2) to suffer want, to be devoid of, to lack (be inferior) in excellence, worth
861
John 2:3
υστερησαντος
5
uyow,v {hoop-so'-o} 1) to lift up on high, to exalt 2) metaph. 2a) to raise to the very summit of opulence and prosperity 2b) to exalt, to raise to dignity, honour and happiness
1498
John 3:14
υψωσεν
1505
John 3:14
υψωθηναι
6230
John 8:28
υψωσητε
9698
John 12:32
υψωθω
9737
John 12:34
υψωθηναι
55
uioV,n {hwee-os'} 1) a son 1a) rarely used for the young of animals 1b) generally used of the offspring of men 1c) in a restricted sense, the male offspring (one born by a father and of a mother) 1d) in a wider sense, a descendant, one of the posterity of any one, 1d1) the children of Israel 1d2) sons of Abraham 1e)) used to describe one who depends on another or is his follower 1e1) a pupil 2) son of man 2a) term describing man, carrying the connotation of weakness and mortality 2b) son of man, symbolically denotes the fifth kingdom in Daniel 7:13 and by this term its humanity is indicated in contrast with the barbarity and ferocity of the four preceding kingdoms (the Babylonian, the Median and the Persian, the Macedonian, and the Roman) typified by the four beasts. In the book of Enoch (2nd Century) it is used of Christ. 2c) used by Christ himself, doubtless in order that he might intimate his Messiahship and also that he might designate himself as the head of the human family, the man, the one who both furnished the pattern of the perfect man and acted on behalf of all mankind. Christ seems to have preferred this to the other Messianic titles, because by its lowliness it was least suited to foster the expectation of an earthly Messiah in royal splendour. 3) son of God 3a) used to describe Adam (Lk. 3:38) 3b) used to describe those who are born again (Lk. 20:36) and of angels and of Jesus Christ 3c) of those whom God esteems as sons, whom he loves, protects and benefits above others 3c1) in the OT used of the Jews 3c2) in the NT of Christians 3c3) those whose character God, as a loving father, shapes by chastisements (Heb. 12:5-8) 3d) those who revere God as their father, the pious worshippers of God, those who in character and life resemble God, those who are governed by the Spirit of God, repose the same calm and joyful trust in God which children do in their parents (Rom. 8:14, Gal. 3:26 ), and hereafter in the blessedness and glory of the life eternal will openly wear this dignity of the sons of God. Term used preeminently of Jesus Christ, as enjoying the supreme love of God, united to him in affectionate intimacy, privy to his saving councils, obedient to the Father's will in all his acts
522
John 1:34
υιος
653
John 1:42
υιος
708
John 1:45
υιον
780
John 1:49
υιος
827
John 1:51
υιον
1492
John 3:13
υιος
1508
John 3:14
υιον
1529
John 3:16
υιον
1551
John 3:17
υιον
1586
John 3:18
υιου
1887
John 3:35
υιον
1899
John 3:36
υιον
1907
John 3:36
υιω
1979
John 4:5
υιω
2121
John 4:12
υιοι
2700
John 4:46
υιος
2726
John 4:47
υιον
2763
John 4:50
υιος
2830
John 4:53
υιος
3146
John 5:19
υιος
3166
John 5:19
υιος
3174
John 5:20
υιον
3203
John 5:21
υιος
3219
John 5:22
υιω
3224
John 5:23
υιον
3233
John 5:23
υιον
3289
John 5:25
υιου
3307
John 5:26
υιω
3320
John 5:27
υιος
4101
John 6:27
υιος
4344
John 6:40
υιον
4384
John 6:42
υιος
4582
John 6:53
υιου
4733
John 6:62
υιον
6232
John 8:28
υιον
6354
John 8:35
υιος
6362
John 8:36
υιος
7138
John 9:19
υιος
7162
John 9:20
υιος
7415
John 9:35
υιον
8111
John 10:36
υιος
8276
John 11:4
υιος
8610
John 11:27
υιος
9540
John 12:23
υιος
9739
John 12:34
υιον
9746
John 12:34
υιος
9791
John 12:36
υιοι
10569
John 13:31
υιος
10953
John 14:13
υιω
12386
John 17:1
υιον
12389
John 17:1
υιος
12601
John 17:12
υιος
13779
John 19:7
υιον
14173
John 19:26
υιος
15077
John 20:31
υιος
26
wra,n {ho'-rah} 1) a certain definite time or season fixed by natural law and returning with the revolving year 1a) of the seasons of the year, spring, summer, autumn, winter 2) the daytime (bounded by the rising and setting of the sun), a day 3) a twelfth part of the day-time, an hour, (the twelve hours of the day are reckoned from the rising to the setting of the sun) 4) any definite time, point of time, moment
600
John 1:39
ωρα
886
John 2:4
ωρα
1999
John 4:6
ωρα
2274
John 4:21
ωρα
2305
John 4:23
ωρα
2796
John 4:52
ωραν
2808
John 4:52
ωραν
2822
John 4:53
ωρα
3278
John 5:25
ωρα
3328
John 5:28
ωρα
3450
John 5:35
ωραν
5379
John 7:30
ωρα
6090
John 8:20
ωρα
8338
John 11:9
ωραι
9536
John 12:23
ωρα
9627
John 12:27
ωρας
9635
John 12:27
ωραν
10056
John 13:1
ωρα
11797
John 16:2
ωρα
11826
John 16:4
ωρα
12124
John 16:21
ωρα
12216
John 16:25
ωρα
12326
John 16:32
ωρα
12382
John 17:1
ωρα
13912
John 19:14
ωρα
14187
John 19:27
ωρας
2
wsper,c {hoce'-per} 1) just as, even as
3191
John 5:21
ωσπερ
3296
John 5:26
ωσπερ
1
wste,c {hoce'-teh} 1) so that, insomuch that 2) so then, therefore, wherefore
1527
John 3:16
ωστε
5
wde,d {ho'-deh} 1) here, to this place, etc.
3759
John 6:9
ωδε
4059
John 6:25
ωδε
8521
John 11:21
ωδε
8717
John 11:32
ωδε
14996
John 20:27
ωδε
31
wV,c {hoce} 1) as, like, even as, etc.
181
John 1:14
ως
474
John 1:32
ως
602
John 1:39
ως
943
John 2:9
ως
1206
John 2:23
ως
1919
John 4:1
ως
2001
John 4:6
ως
2583
John 4:40
ως
3794
John 6:10
ως
3814
John 6:12
ως
3884
John 6:16
ως
3925
John 6:19
ως
5037
John 7:10
ως
5053
John 7:10
ως
5835
John 8:7
ως
8294
John 11:6
ως
8474
John 11:18
ως
8498
John 11:20
ως
8638
John 11:29
ως
8700
John 11:32
ως
8726
John 11:33
ως
9763
John 12:35
ως
9782
John 12:36
ως
11391
John 15:6
ως
12962
John 18:6
ως
13914
John 19:14
ως
14298
John 19:33
ως
14417
John 19:39
ως
14650
John 20:11
ως
15265
John 21:8
ως
15274
John 21:9
ως
1
wsanna,x {ho-san-nah'} 1) hosanna 2) be propitious
9372
John 12:13
ωσαννα
2
wfelew,v {o-fel-eh'-o} 1) to assist, to be useful or advantageous, to profit
4749
John 6:63
ωφελει
9475
John 12:19
ωφελειτε
1
The ear
13033
John 18:10
ωταριον
1
wtion,n {o-tee'-on} 1) the ear
13348
John 18:26
ωτιον
4
cariV,n {khar'-ece} 1) grace 1a) that which affords joy, pleasure, delight, sweetness, charm, loveliness: grace of speech 2) good will, loving-kindness, favour 2a) of the merciful kindness by which God, exerting his holy influence upon souls, turns them to Christ, keeps, strengthens, increases them in Christian faith, knowledge, affection, and kindles them to the exercise of the Christian virtues 3) what is due to grace 3a) the spiritual condition of one governed by the power of divine grace 3b) the token or proof of grace, benefit 3b1) a gift of grace 3b2) benefit, bounty 4) thanks, (for benefits, services, favours), recompense, reward
186
John 1:14
χαριτος
220
John 1:16
χαριν
222
John 1:16
χαριτος
230
John 1:17
χαρις
9
cairw,v {khah'-ee-ro} 1) to rejoice, be glad 2) to rejoice exceedingly 3) to be well, thrive 4) in salutations, hail! 5) at the beginning of letters: to give one greeting, salute
1796
John 3:29
χαιρει
2523
John 4:36
χαιρη
6778
John 8:56
εχαρη
8426
John 11:15
χαιρω
11226
John 14:28
εχαρητε
12105
John 16:20
χαρησεται
12156
John 16:22
χαρησεται
13686
John 19:3
χαιρε
14853
John 20:20
εχαρησαν
2
camai,d {kham-ah'-ee} 1) on the ground, on the earth 2) to the ground
6891
John 9:6
χαμαι
12974
John 18:6
χαμαι
9
cara,n {khar-ah'} 1) joy, gladness 1a) the joy received from you 1b) the cause or occasion of joy 1b1) of persons who are one's joy
1795
John 3:29
χαρα
1805
John 3:29
χαρα
11481
John 15:11
χαρα
11489
John 15:11
χαρα
12113
John 16:20
χαραν
12137
John 16:21
χαραν
12162
John 16:22
χαραν
12206
John 16:24
χαρα
12622
John 17:13
χαραν
1
Flowing in winter, a torrent
12875
John 18:1
χειμαρρου
15
ceir,n {khire} 1) by the help or agency of any one, by means of any one 2) fig. applied to God symbolising his might, activity, power 2a) in creating the universe 2b) in upholding and preserving (God is present protecting and aiding one) 2c) in punishing 2d) in determining and controlling the destinies of men
1893
John 3:35
χειρι
5374
John 7:30
χειρα
5632
John 7:44
χειρας
7990
John 10:28
χειρος
8007
John 10:29
χειρος
8158
John 10:39
χειρος
8892
John 11:44
χειρας
10102
John 13:3
χειρας
10212
John 13:9
χειρας
14848
John 20:20
χειρας
14931
John 20:25
χερσιν
14951
John 20:25
χειρα
15000
John 20:27
χειρας
15005
John 20:27
χειρα
15476
John 21:18
χειρας
1
ceirwn,a {khi'-rone} 1) worse
3061
John 5:14
χειρον
1
ceimwn,n {khi-mone'} 1) winter 1a) stormy or rainy weather, a tempest 1b) winter, the winter season
7885
John 10:22
χειμων
1
ciliarcoV,n {khil-ee'-ar-khos} 1) a chiliarch, the commander of a thousand soldiers 2) the commander of a Roman cohort (a military tribunal) 3) any military commander
13070
John 18:12
χιλιαρχος
2
citwn,n {khee-tone'} 1) a tunic, an undergarment, usually worn next to the skin, a garment, a vestment
14083
John 19:23
χιτωνα
14087
John 19:23
χιτων
1
cortoV,n {khor'-tos} 1) the place where grass grows and animals graze 2) grass, herbage, hay, provender 2a) of green grass 2b) of growing crops
3783
John 6:10
χορτος
1
colaw,v {khol-ah'-o} 1) to be atrabilious 2) to be mad 3) to be angry, enraged
5262
John 7:23
χολατε
1
cortazw,v {khor-tad'-zo} 1) to feed with herbs, grass, hay, to fill, satisfy with food, to fatten 1a) of animals 2) to fill or satisfy men 3) to fulfil or satisfy the desire of any one
4084
John 6:26
εχορτασθητε
4
creia,n {khri'-ah} 1) necessity, need 2) duty, business
1245
John 2:25
χρειαν
10224
John 13:10
χρειαν
10540
John 13:29
χρειαν
12306
John 16:30
χρειαν
4
1) time either long or short
2916
John 5:7
χρονον
5427
John 7:33
χρονον
9756
John 12:35
χρονον
10836
John 14:9
χρονω
3
cwra,n {kho'-rah} 1) the space lying between two places or limits 2) a region or country i.e. a tract of land 2a) the (rural) region surrounding a city or village, the country 2b) the region with towns and villages which surround a metropolis 3) land which is ploughed or cultivated, ground
2502
John 4:35
χωρας
9077
John 11:54
χωραν
9104
John 11:55
χωρας
1
cwloV,a {kho-los'} 1) lame 1a) deprived of a foot, maimed
2890
John 5:3
χωλων
3
cwrew,v {kho-reh'-o} 1) to leave space (which may be filled or occupied by another), to make room, give place, yield 1a) to retire 1b) metaph. to betake one's self, turn one's self 2) to go forward, advance, proceed, succeed 3) to have space or room for receiving or holding something
912
John 2:6
χωρουσαι
6383
John 8:37
χωρει
15632
John 21:25
χωρησαι
1
cwrion,n {kho-ree'-on} 1) a space, a place, a region, a district 2) a piece of ground, a field, land
1972
John 4:5
χωριου
3
cwriV,p {kho-rece'} 1) separate, apart 1a) without any 1b) besides
30
John 1:3
χωρις
11377
John 15:5
χωρις
14602
John 20:7
χωρις
2
A lie
6552
John 8:44
ψευστης
6755
John 8:55
ψευστης
1
yeudoV,n {psyoo'-dos} 1) a lie 2) conscious and intentional falsehood 3) in a broad sense, whatever is not what it seems to be 3a) of perverse, impious, deceitful precepts
6546
John 8:44
ψευδος
1
yucoV,n {psoo'-khos} 1) cold
13197
John 18:18
ψυχος
10
yuch,n {psoo-khay'} 1) breath 1a) the breath of life 1a1) the vital force which animates the body and shows itself in breathing 1a1a) of animals 1a12) of men 1b) life 1c) that in which there is life 1c1) a living being, a living soul 2) the soul 2a) the seat of the feelings, desires, affections, aversions (our heart, soul etc.) 2b) the (human) soul in so far as it is constituted that by the right use of the aids offered it by God it can attain its highest end and secure eternal blessedness, the soul regarded as a moral being designed for everlasting life 2c) the soul as an essence which differs from the body and is not dissolved by death (distinguished from other parts of the body)
7694
John 10:11
ψυχην
7765
John 10:15
ψυχην
7807
John 10:17
ψυχην
7910
John 10:24
ψυχην
9570
John 12:25
ψυχην
9578
John 12:25
ψυχην
9616
John 12:27
ψυχη
10681
John 13:37
ψυχην
10689
John 13:38
ψυχην
11512
John 15:13
ψυχην
4
ywmion,n {pso-mee'-on} 1) a fragment, bit, morsel
10482
John 13:26
ψωμιον
10489
John 13:26
ψωμιον
10499
John 13:27
ψωμιον
10554
John 13:30
ψωμιον
17
zaw,v {dzah'-o} 1) to live, breathe, be among the living (not lifeless, not dead) 2) to enjoy real life 2a) to have true life and worthy of the name 2b) active, blessed, endless in the kingdom of God 3) to live i.e. pass life, in the manner of the living and acting 3a) of mortals or character 4) living water, having vital power in itself and exerting the same upon the soul 5) metaph. to be in full vigour 5a) to be fresh, strong, efficient, 5b) as adj. active, powerful, efficacious
2080
John 4:10
ζων
2100
John 4:11
ζων
2765
John 4:50
ζη
2792
John 4:51
ζη
2832
John 4:53
ζη
3295
John 5:25
ζησουσιν
4518
John 6:51
ζων
4531
John 6:51
ζησει
4648
John 6:57
ζων
4651
John 6:57
ζω
4660
John 6:57
ζησει
4683
John 6:58
ζησει
5538
John 7:38
ζωντος
8581
John 11:25
ζησεται
8585
John 11:26
ζων
11036
John 14:19
ζω
11039
John 14:19
ζησετε
1
zhthsiV,n {dzay'-tay-sis} 1) a seeking 2) enquiry 3) a questioning, debate 4) a subject of questioning or debate, matter of controversy
1707
John 3:25
ζητησις
1
zhloV,n {dzay'-los} 1) excitement of mind, ardour, fervour of spirit 1a) zeal, ardour in embracing, pursuing, defending anything 1a1) zeal in behalf of, for a person or thing 1a2) the fierceness of indignation, punitive zeal 1b) an envious and contentious rivalry, jealousy
1120
John 2:17
ζηλος
34
zhtew,v {dzay-teh'-o} 1) to seek in order to find 1a) to seek a thing 1b) to seek [in order to find out] by thinking, meditating, reasoning, to enquire into 1c) to seek after, seek for, aim at, strive after 2) to seek i.e. require, demand 2a) to crave, demand something from someone
570
John 1:38
ζητειτε
2325
John 4:23
ζητει
2385
John 4:27
ζητεις
3109
John 5:18
εζητουν
3376
John 5:30
ζητω
3605
John 5:44
ζητειτε
4046
John 6:24
ζητουντες
4071
John 6:26
ζητειτε
4906
John 7:1
εζητουν
4952
John 7:4
ζητει
5059
John 7:11
εζητουν
5172
John 7:18
ζητει
5175
John 7:18
ζητων
5205
John 7:19
ζητειτε
5214
John 7:20
ζητει
5289
John 7:25
ζητουσιν
5364
John 7:30
εζητουν
5438
John 7:34
ζητησετε
5486
John 7:36
ζητησετε
6099
John 8:21
ζητησετε
6374
John 8:37
ζητειτε
6427
John 8:40
ζητειτε
6639
John 8:50
ζητω
6645
John 8:50
ζητων
8149
John 10:39
εζητουν
8325
John 11:8
εζητουν
9111
John 11:56
εζητουν
10601
John 13:33
ζητησετε
12077
John 16:19
ζητειτε
12943
John 18:4
ζητειτε
12980
John 18:7
ζητειτε
12997
John 18:8
ζητειτε
13861
John 19:12
εζητει
14723
John 20:15
ζητεις
2
zwnnumi,v {dzone'-noo-mi} 1) to gird 2) to gird one's self
15465
John 21:18
εζωννυες
15481
John 21:18
ζωσει
3
to produce alive, begat or bear living young
to cause to live, make alive, give life
- by spiritual power to arouse and invigorate
- to restore to life
- to give increase of life: thus of physical life
- of the spirit, quickening as respects the spirit, endued with new and greater powers of life
metaph., of seeds quickened into life, i.e. germinating, springing up, growing
3199
John 5:21
ζωοποιει
3206
John 5:21
ζωοποιει
4745
John 6:63
ζωοποιουν
36
zwh,n {dzo-ay'} 1) life 1a) the state of one who is possessed of vitality or is animate 1b) every living soul 2) life 2a) of the absolute fulness of life, both essential and ethical, which belongs to God, and through him both to the hypostatic "logos" and to Christ in whom the "logos" put on human nature 2b) life real and genuine, a life active and vigorous, devoted to God, blessed, in the portion even in this world of those who put their trust in Christ, but after the resurrection to be consummated by new accessions (among them a more perfect body), and to last for ever.
39
John 1:4
ζωη
43
John 1:4
ζωη
1518
John 3:15
ζωην
1543
John 3:16
ζωην
1901
John 3:36
ζωην
1910
John 3:36
ζωην
2171
John 4:14
ζωην
2517
John 4:36
ζωην
3257
John 5:24
ζωην
3271
John 5:24
ζωην
3301
John 5:26
ζωην
3309
John 5:26
ζωην
3348
John 5:29
ζωης
3530
John 5:39
ζωην
3547
John 5:40
ζωην
4097
John 6:27
ζωην
4220
John 6:33
ζωην
4244
John 6:35
ζωης
4350
John 6:40
ζωην
4477
John 6:47
ζωην
4484
John 6:48
ζωης
4550
John 6:51
ζωης
4592
John 6:53
ζωην
4606
John 6:54
ζωην
4760
John 6:63
ζωη
4843
John 6:68
ζωης
5938
John 8:12
ζωης
7678
John 10:10
ζωην
7974
John 10:28
ζωην
8574
John 11:25
ζωη
9585
John 12:25
ζωην
10029
John 12:50
ζωη
10794
John 14:6
ζωη
12405
John 17:2
ζωην
12412
John 17:3
ζωη
15083
John 20:31
ζωην