Strong's Greek Dictionary (KJV)
ADUNATOS — AKROATES
(102) αδψνατος, adunatos [ad-oo'-nat-os]
(103) αδω, aido [ad'-o]
(104) αει, aei [ah-eye']
from an obsolete primary noun (apparently meaning continued duration); "ever,"by qualification regularly; by implication, earnestly; --always, ever.
(105) αετος, aetos [ah-et-os']
from the same as αηρ - aer αηρ; an eagle (from its wind-like flight):--eagle.
(106) αζψμος, azumos [ad'-zoo-mos]
(107) Αζωρ, Azor [ad-zore']
of Hebrew origin (compare `Azzuwr `Azzuwr); Azor, an Israelite:--Azorigin
(108) Αζωτος, Azotos [ad'-zo-tos]
of Hebrew origin ('Ashdowd 'Ashdowd); Azotus (i.e. Ashdod), a place in Palestine:--Azotus.
(109) αηρ, aer [ah-ayr']
from aemi (to breathe unconsciously, i.e. respire; by analogy, to blow); "air" (as naturally circumambient):--air. Compare υψχω - psucho υψχω.
(110) αθανασια, athanasia [ath-an-as-ee'-ah]
(111) αθεμιτος, athemitos [ath-em'-ee-tos]
from α - a α (as a negative particle) and a derivative of themis (statute; from the base of 5087); illegal; by implication, flagitious:--abominable, unlawful thing.
(112) αθεος, atheos [ath'-eh-os]
(113) αθεσμος, athesmos [ath'-es-mos]
(114) αθετεω, atheteo [ath-et-eh'-o]
from a compound of α - a α (as a negative particle) and a derivative of τιθημι - tithemi τιθημι; to set aside, i.e. (by implication) to disesteem, neutralize or violate:--cast off, despise, disannul, frustrate, bring to nought, reject.
(115) αθετησις, athetesis [ath-et'-ay-sis]
from αθετεω - atheteo αθετεω; cancellation (literally or figuratively):--disannulling, put away.
(116) Αθηναι, Athenai [ath-ay-nahee]
plural of Athene (the goddess of wisdom, who was reputed to have founded the city); Athenoe, the capitol of Greece:-- Athens.
(117) Αθηναιος, Athenaios [ath-ay-nah'-yos]
from Αθηναι - Athenai Αθηναι; an Athenoean or inhabitant of Athenae:--Athenian.
(118) αθλεω, athleo [ath-leh'-o]
from athlos (a contest in the public lists); to contend in the competitive games:--strive.
(119) αθλησις, athlesis [ath'-lay-sis]
from αθλεω - athleo αθλεω; a struggle (figuratively):--fight.
(120) αθψμεω, athumeo [ath-oo-meh'-o]
(121) αθωος, athoos [ath'-o-os]
(122) αιγεος, aigeos [ah'-ee-ghi-os]
from aix (a goat); belonging to a goat:--goat.
(123) αιγιαλος, aigialos [ahee-ghee-al-os']
from aisso (to rush) and αλς - hals αλς (in the sense of the sea; a beach (on which the waves dash):--shore.
(124) Αιγψπτιος, Aiguptios [ahee-goop'-tee-os]
from Αιγψπτος - Aiguptos Αιγψπτος; an �gyptian or inhabitant of �gyptus:--Egyptian.
(125) Αιγψπτος, Aiguptos [ah'-ee-goop-tos]
of uncertain derivation:--�gyptus, the land of the Nile:--Egypt.
(126) αιδιος, aidios [ah-id'-ee-os]
from αει - aei αει; everduring (forward and backward, or forward only):--eternal, everlasting.
(127) αιδως, aidos [ahee-doce']
(128) Αιθιου, Aithiops [ahee-thee'-ops]
from aitho (to scorch) and ops (the face, from 3700); an �thiopian (as a blackamoor):--Ethiopian.
(129) αιμα, haima [hah'-ee-mah]
of uncertain derivation; blood, literally (of men or animals), figuratively (the juice of grapes) or specially (the atoning blood of Christ); by implication, bloodshed, also kindred:--blood.
(130) αιματεκχψσια, haimatekchusia [hahee-mat-ek-khoo-see'-ah]
(131) αιμορρηεω, haimorrheo [hahee-mor-hreh'-o]
(132) Αινεας, Aineas [ahee-neh'-as]
of uncertain derivation; Aeneas, an Israelite:--Aeneas.
(133) αινεσις, ainesis [ah'-ee-nes-is]
from αινεω - aineo αινεω; a praising (the act), i.e. (specially) a thank(-offering):--praise.
(134) αινεω, aineo [ahee-neh'-o]
from αινος - ainos αινος; to praise (God):--praise.
(135) αινιγμα, ainigma [ah'-ee-nig-ma]
from a derivative of αινος - ainos αινος (in its primary sense); an obscure saying ("enigma"), i.e. (abstractly) obscureness:--X darkly.
(136) αινος, ainos [ah'-ee-nos]
apparently a prime word; properly, a story, but used in the sense of επαινος - epainos επαινος; praise (of God):--praise.
(137) Αινων, Ainon [ahee-nohn']
of Hebrew origin (a derivative of 5869, place of springs); �non, a place in Palestine:--�non.
(138) αιρεομαι, haireomai [hahee-reh'-om-ahee]
probably akin to αιρω - airo αιρω; to take for oneself, i.e. to prefer:--choose. Some of the forms are borrowed from a cognate hellomai hel'-lom-ahee; which is otherwise obsolete.
(139) αιρεσις, hairesis [hah'-ee-res-is]
from αιρεομαι - haireomai αιρεομαι; properly, a choice, i.e. (specially) a party or (abstractly) disunion:--heresy (which is the Greek word itself), sect.
(140) αιρετιζω, hairetizo [hahee-ret-id'-zo]
from a derivative of αιρεομαι - haireomai αιρεομαι; to make a choice:--choose.
(141) αιρετικος, hairetikos [hahee-ret-ee-kos']
from the same as αιρετιζω - hairetizo αιρετιζω; a schismatic:--heretic (the Greek word itself).
(142) αιρω, airo [ah'-ee-ro]
a primary root; to lift up; by implication, to take up or away; figuratively, to raise (the voice), keep in suspense (the mind), specially, to sail away (i.e. weigh anchor); by Hebraism (compare nasa' nasa') to expiate sin:--away with, bear (up), carry, lift up, loose, make to doubt, put away, remove, take (away, up).
(143) αισθανομαι, aisthanomai [ahee-sthan'-om-ahee]
of uncertain derivation; to apprehend (properly, by the senses):--perceive.
(144) αισθησις, aisthesis [ah'-ee-sthay-sis]
from αισθανομαι - aisthanomai αισθανομαι; perception, i.e. (figuratively) discernment:--judgment.
(145) αισθητηριον, aistheterion [ahee-sthay-tay'-ree-on]
from a derivative of αισθανομαι - aisthanomai αισθανομαι; properly, an organ of perception, i.e. (figuratively) judgment:--senses.
(146) αισχροκερδης, aischrokerdes [ahee-skhrok-er-dace']
from αισχρος - aischros αισχρος and kerdos (gain); sordid:--given to (greedy of) filthy lucre.
(147) αισχροκερδως, aischrokerdos [ahee-skhrok-er-doce']
adverb from αισχροκερδης - aischrokerdes αισχροκερδης; sordidly:--for filthy lucre's sake.
(148) αισχρολογια, aischrologia [ahee-skhrol-og-ee'-ah]
(149) αισχρον, aischron [ahee-skhron']
neuter of αισχρος - aischros αισχρος; a shameful thing, i.e. indecorum:--shame.
(150) αισχρος, aischros [ahee-skhros']
from the same as αισχψνομαι - aischunomai αισχψνομαι; shameful, i.e. base (specially, venal):--filthy.
(151) αισχροτης, aischrotes [ahee-skhrot'-ace]
from αισχρος - aischros αισχρος; shamefulness, i.e. obscenity:--filthiness.
(152) αισχψνη, aischune [ahee-skhoo'-nay]
from αισχψνομαι - aischunomai αισχψνομαι; shame or disgrace (abstractly or concretely):--dishonesty, shame.
(153) αισχψνομαι, aischunomai [ahee-skhoo'-nom-ahee]
from aischos (disfigurement, i.e. disgrace); to feel shame (for oneself):--be ashamed.
(154) αιτεω, aiteo [ahee-teh'-o]
of uncertain derivation; to ask (in genitive case):--ask, beg, call for, crave, desire, require. Compare πψνθανομαι - punthanomai πψνθανομαι.
(155) αιτημα, aitema [ah'-ee-tay-mah]
from αιτεω - aiteo αιτεω; a thing asked or (abstractly) an asking:--petition, request, required.
(156) αιτια, aitia [ahee-tee'-a]
from the same as αιτεω - aiteo αιτεω; a cause (as if asked for), i.e. (logical) reason (motive, matter), (legal) crime (alleged or proved):--accusation, case, cause, crime, fault, (wh-)ere(-fore).
(157) αιτιαμα, aitiama [ahee-tee'-am-ah]
from a derivative of αιτια - aitia αιτια; a thing charged:--complaint.
(158) αιτιον, aition [ah'-ee-tee-on]
neuter of αιτιος - aitios αιτιος; a reason or crime (like 156):--cause, fault.
(159) αιτιος, aitios [ah'-ee-tee-os]
from the same as αιτεω - aiteo αιτεω; causative, i.e. (concretely) a causer:--author.
(160) αιφνιδιος, aiphnidios [aheef-nid'-ee-os]
(161) αιχμαλωσια, aichmalosia [aheekh-mal-o-see'-ah]
from αιχμαλωτος - aichmalotos αιχμαλωτος; captivity:--captivity.
(162) αιχμαλωτεψω, aichmaloteuo [aheekh-mal-o-tew'-o]
from αιχμαλωτος - aichmalotos αιχμαλωτος; to capture (like 163):--lead captive.
(163) αιχμαλωτιζω, aichmalotizo [aheekh-mal-o-tid'-zo]
from αιχμαλωτος - aichmalotos αιχμαλωτος; to make captive:--lead away captive, bring into captivity.
(164) αιχμαλωτος, aichmalotos [aheekh-mal-o-tos']
from aichme (a spear) and a derivative of the same as αλωσις - halosis αλωσις; properly, a prisoner of war, i.e. (genitive case) a captive:--captive.
(165) αιων, aion [ahee-ohn']
from the same as αει - aei αει; properly, an age; by extension, perpetuity (also past); by implication, the world; specially (Jewish) a Messianic period (present or future):--age, course, eternal, (for) ever(-more), (n-)ever, (beginning of the , while the) world (began, without end). Compare χρονος - chronos χρονος.
(166) αιωνιος, aionios [ahee-o'-nee-os]
from αιων - aion αιων; perpetual (also used of past time, or past and future as well):--eternal, for ever, everlasting, world (began).
(167) ακαθαρσια, akatharsia [ak-ath-ar-see'-ah]
from ακαθαρτος - akathartos ακαθαρτος; impurity (the quality), physically or morally:--uncleanness.
(168) ακαθαρτης, akathartes [ak-ath-ar'-tace]
from ακαθαρτος - akathartos ακαθαρτος; impurity (the state), morally:--filthiness.
(169) ακαθαρτος, akathartos [ak-ath'-ar-tos]
(170) ακαιρεομαι, akaireomai [ak-ahee-reh'-om-ahee]
(171) ακαιρως, akairos [ak-ah'-ee-roce]
adverb from the same as ακαιρεομαι - akaireomai ακαιρεομαι; inopportunely:--out of season.
(172) ακακος, akakos [ak'-ak-os]
(173) ακανθα, akantha [ak'-an-thah]
probably from the same as ακμην - akmen ακμην; a thorn:--thorn.
(174) ακανθινος, akanthinos [ak-an'-thee-nos]
from ακανθα - akantha ακανθα; thorny:--of thorns.
(175) ακαρπος, akarpos [ak'-ar-pos]
(176) ακαταγνωστος, akatagnostos [ak-at-ag'-noce-tos]
(177) ακατακαλψπτος, akatakaluptos [ak-at-ak-al'-oop-tos]
(178) ακατακριτος, akatakritos [ak-at-ak'-ree-tos]
(179) ακαταλψτος, akatalutos [ak-at-al'-oo-tos]
(180) ακαταπαψστος, akatapaustos [ak-at-ap'-ow-stos]
(181) ακαταστασια, akatastasia [ak-at-as-tah-see'-ah]
from ακαταστατος - akatastatos ακαταστατος; instability, i.e. disorder:--commotion, confusion, tumult.
(182) ακαταστατος, akatastatos [ak-at-as'-tat-os]
(183) ακατασχετος, akataschetos [ak-at-as'-khet-os]
(184) Ακελδαμα, Akeldama [ak-el-dam-ah']
(185) ακεραιος, akeraios [ak-er'-ah-yos]
(186) ακλινης, aklines [ak-lee-nace']
(187) ακμαζω, akmazo [ak-mad'-zo]
from the same as ακμην - akmen ακμην; to make a point, i.e. (figuratively) mature:--be fully ripe.
(188) ακμην, akmen [ak-mane']
accusative case of a noun ("acme") akin to ake (a point) and meaning the same; adverbially, just now, i.e. still:--yet.
(189) ακοη, akoe [ak-o-ay']
from ακοψω - akouo ακοψω; hearing (the act, the sense or the thing heard):--audience, ear, fame, which ye heard, hearing, preached, report, rumor.
(190) ακολοψθεω, akoloutheo [ak-ol-oo-theh'-o]
from α - a α (as a particle of union) and keleuthos (a road); properly, to be in the same way with, i.e. to accompany (specially, as a disciple):--follow, reach.
(191) ακοψω, akouo [ak-oo'-o]
a primary verb; to hear (in various senses):--give (in the) audience (of), come (to the ears), (shall) hear(-er, -ken), be noised, be reported, understand.
(192) ακρασια, akrasia [ak-ras-ee'-a]
from ακρατης - akrates ακρατης; want of self-restraint:--excess, incontinency.
(193) ακρατης, akrates [ak-rat'-ace]
(194) ακρατος, akratos [ak'-rat-os]
(195) ακριβεια, akribeia [ak-ree'-bi-ah]
from the same as ακριβεστατος - akribestatos ακριβεστατος; exactness:--perfect manner.
(196) ακριβεστατος, akribestatos [ak-ree-bes'-ta-tos]
superlative of akribes (a derivative of the same as 206); most exact:--most straitest.
(197) ακριβεστερον, akribesteron [ak-ree-bes'-ter-on]
neuter of the comparative of the same as ακριβεστατος - akribestatos ακριβεστατος; (adverbially) more exactly:--more perfect(-ly).
(198) ακριβοω, akriboo [ak-ree-bo'-o]
from the same as ακριβεστατος - akribestatos ακριβεστατος; to be exact, i.e. ascertain:--enquire diligently.
(199) ακριβως, akribos [ak-ree-boce']
adverb from the same as ακριβεστατος - akribestatos ακριβεστατος; exactly:--circumspectly, diligently, perfect(-ly).
(200) ακρις, akris [ak-rece']
apparently from the same as ακρον - akron ακρον; a locust (as pointed, or as lighting on the top of vegetation):--locust.
(201) ακροατεριον, akroaterion [ak-ro-at-ay'-ree-on]
from ακροατης - akroates ακροατης; an audience-room:--place of hearing.
(202) ακροατης, akroates [ak-ro-at-ace']
from akroaomai (to listen; apparently an intensive of 191); a hearer (merely):--hearer.