Strong's Greek Dictionary (KJV)

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(1138) — (1238)

(1138) Δαβιδ, Dabid [dab-eed']

of Hebrew origin (David David); Dabid (i.e. David), the Israelite king:--David.

(1139) δαιμονιζομαι, daimonizomai [dahee-mon-id'-zom-ahee]

middle voice from δαιμων - daimon δαιμων; to be exercised by a d�mon:--have a (be vexed with, be possessed with) devil(-s).

(1140) δαιμονιον, daimonion [dahee-mon'-ee-on]

neuter of a derivative of δαιμων - daimon δαιμων; a d�monic being; by extension a deity:--devil, god.

(1141) δαιμονιωδης, daimoniodes [dahee-mon-ee-o'-dace]

from δαιμονιον - daimonion δαιμονιον and δαιμων - daimon δαιμων; d�mon-like:--devilish.

(1142) δαιμων, daimon [dah'-ee-mown]

from daio (to distribute fortunes); a d�mon or supernatural spirit (of a bad nature):--devil.

(1143) δακνω, dakno [dak'-no]

a prolonged form of a primary root; to bite, i.e. (figuratively) thwart:--bite.

(1144) δακρψ, dakru []

or dakruon dak'-roo-on of uncertain affinity; a tear:--tear.

(1145) δακρψω, dakruo [dak-roo'-o]

from δακρψ - dakru δακρψ; to shed tears:--weep. Compare κλαιω - klaio κλαιω.

(1146) δακτψλιος, daktulios [dak-too'-lee-os]

from δακτψλος - daktulos δακτψλος; a finger-ring:--ring.

(1147) δακτψλος, daktulos [dak'-too-los]

probably from δεκα - deka δεκα; a finger:--finger.

(1148) Δαλμανοψθα, Dalmanoutha [dal-man-oo-thah']

probably of Chaldee origin; Dalmanutha, a place in Palestine:--Dalmanutha.

(1149) Δαλματια, Dalmatia [dal-mat-ee'-ah]

probably of foreign derivation; Dalmatia, a region of Europe:--Dalmatia.

(1150) δαμαζω, damazo [dam-ad'-zo]

a variation of an obsolete primary of the same meaning; to tame:--tame.

(1151) δαμαλις, damalis [dam'-al-is]

probably from the base of δαμαζω - damazo δαμαζω; a heifer (as tame):--heifer.

(1152) Δαμαρις, Damaris [dam'-ar-is]

probably from the base of δαμαζω - damazo δαμαζω; perhaps gentle; Damaris, an Athenian woman:--Damaris.

(1153) Δαμασκηνος, Damaskenos [dam-as-kay-nos']

from Δαμασκος - Damaskos Δαμασκος; a Damascene or inhabitant of Damascus:--Damascene.

(1154) Δαμασκος, Damaskos [dam-as-kos']

of Hebrew origin (Dammeseq Dammeseq); Damascus, a city of Syria:--Damascus.

(1155) δανειζω, daneizo [dan-ide'-zo]

from δανειον - daneion δανειον; to loan on interest; reflexively, to borrow:--borrow, lend.

(1156) δανειον, daneion [dan'-i-on]

from danos (a gift); probably akin to the base of διδωμι - didomi διδωμι; a loan:--debt.

(1157) δανειστης, daneistes [dan-ice-tace']

from δανειζω - daneizo δανειζω; a lender:--creditor.

(1158) Δανιηλ, Daniel [dan-ee-ale']

of Hebrew origin (Daniye'l Daniye'l); Daniel, an Israelite:--Daniel.

(1159) δαπαναω, dapanao [dap-an-ah'-o]

from δαπανη - dapane δαπανη; to expend, i.e. (in a good sense) to incur cost, or (in a bad one) to waste:--be at charges, consume, spend.

(1160) δαπανη, dapane [dap-an'-ay]

from dapto (to devour); expense (as consuming):--cost.

(1161) δε, de [deh]

a primary particle (adversative or continuative); but, and, etc.:--also, and, but, moreover, now (often unexpressed in English).

(1162) δεησις, deesis [deh'-ay-sis]

from δεομαι - deomai δεομαι; a petition:--prayer, request, supplication.

(1163) δει, dei [die]

Αβαδδων - Abaddon Αβαδδωνd person singular active present of δεω - deo δεω; also deon deh-on'; neuter active participle of the same; both used impersonally; it is (was, etc.) necessary (as binding):--behoved, be meet, must (needs), (be) need(-ful), ought, should.

(1164) δειγμα, deigma [digh'-mah]

from the base of δεικνψω - deiknuo δεικνψω; a specimen (as shown):--example.

(1165) δειγματιζω, deigmatizo [digh-mat-id'-zo]

from δειγμα - deigma δειγμα; to exhibit:--make a shew.

(1166) δεικνψω, deiknuo [dike-noo'-o]

a prolonged form of an obsolete primary of the same meaning; to show (literally or figuratively):--shew.

(1167) δειλια, deilia [di-lee'-ah]

from δειλος - deilos δειλος; timidity:--fear.

(1168) δειλιαω, deiliao [di-lee-ah'-o]

from δειλια - deilia δειλια; to be timid:--be afraid.

(1169) δειλος, deilos [di-los']

from deos (dread); timid, i.e. (by implication) faithless:--fearful.

(1170) δεινα, deina [di'-nah]

probably from the same as δεινως - deinos δεινως (through the idea of forgetting the name as fearful, i.e. strange); so and so (when the person is not specified):--such a man.

(1171) δεινως, deinos [di-noce']

adverb from a derivative of the same as δειλος - deilos δειλος; terribly, i.e. excessively:--grievously, vehemently.

(1172) δειπνεω, deipneo [dipe-neh'-o]

from δειπνον - deipnon δειπνον; to dine, i.e. take the principle (or evening) meal:--sup (X -er).

(1173) δειπνον, deipnon [dipe'-non]

from the same as δαπανη - dapane δαπανη; dinner, i.e. the chief meal (usually in the evening):--feast, supper.

(1174) δεισιδαιμονεστερος, deisidaimonesteros [dice-ee-dahee-mon-es'-ter-os]

the compound of a derivative of the base of δειλος - deilos δειλος and δαιμων - daimon δαιμων; more religious than others:--too superstitious.

(1175) δεισιδαιμονια, deisidaimonia [dice-ee-dahee-mon-ee'-ah]

from the same as δεισιδαιμονεστερος - deisidaimonesteros δεισιδαιμονεστερος; religion:--superstition.

(1176) δεκα, deka [dek'-ah]

a primary number; ten:--(eight-)een, ten.

(1177) δεκαδψο, dekaduo [dek-ad-oo'-o]

from δεκα - deka δεκα and δψο - duo δψο; two and ten, i.e. twelve:--twelve.

(1178) δεκαπεντε, dekapente [dek-ap-en'-teh]

from δεκα - deka δεκα and πεντε - pente πεντε; ten and five, i.e. fifteen:--fifteen.

(1179) Δεκαπολις, Dekapolis [dek-ap'-ol-is]

from δεκα - deka δεκα and πολις - polis πολις; the ten-city region; the Decapolis, a district in Syria:--Decapolis.

(1180) δεκατεσσαρες, dekatessares [dek-at-es'-sar-es]

from δεκα - deka δεκα and τεσσαρες - tessares τεσσαρες; ten and four, i.e. fourteen:--fourteen.

(1181) δεκατη, dekate [dek-at'-ay]

feminine of δεκατος - dekatos δεκατος; a tenth, i.e. as a percentage or (technically) tithe:--tenth (part), tithe.

(1182) δεκατος, dekatos [dek'-at-os]

ordinal from δεκα - deka δεκα; tenth:--tenth.

(1183) δεκατοω, dekatoo [dek-at-o'-o]

from δεκατη - dekate δεκατη; to tithe, i.e. to give or take a tenth:--pay (receive) tithes.

(1184) δεκτος, dektos [dek-tos']

from δεχομαι - dechomai δεχομαι; approved; (figuratively) propitious:-- accepted(-table).

(1185) δελεαζω, deleazo [del-eh-ad'-zo]

from the base of δολος - dolos δολος; to entrap, i.e. (figuratively) delude:--allure, beguile, entice.

(1186) δενδρον, dendron [den'-dron]

probably from drus (an oak); a tree:--tree.

(1187) δεξιολαβος, dexiolabos [dex-ee-ol-ab'-os]

from δεξιος - dexios δεξιος and λαμβανω - lambano λαμβανω; a guardsman (as if taking the right) or light-armed soldier:--spearman.

(1188) δεξιος, dexios [dex-ee-os']

from δεχομαι - dechomai δεχομαι; the right side or (feminine) hand (as that which usually takes):--right (hand, side).

(1189) δεομαι, deomai [deh'-om-ahee]

middle voice of δεω - deo δεω; to beg (as binding oneself), i.e. petition:--beseech, pray (to), make request. Compare πψνθανομαι - punthanomai πψνθανομαι.

(1190) Δερβαιος, Derbaios [der-bah'-ee-os]

from Δερβη - Derbe Δερβη; a Derb�an or inhabitant of Derbe:--of Derbe.

(1191) Δερβη, Derbe [der-bay']

of foreign origin; Derbe, a place in Asia Minor:--Derbe.

(1192) δερμα, derma [der'-mah]

from δερω - dero δερω; a hide:--skin.

(1193) δερματινος, dermatinos [der-mat'-ee-nos]

from δερμα - derma δερμα; made of hide:--leathern, of a skin.

(1194) δερω, dero [der'-o]

a primary verb; properly, to flay, i.e. (by implication) to scourge, or (by analogy) to thrash:--beat, smite.

(1195) δεσμεψω, desmeuo [des-myoo'-o]

from a (presumed) derivative of δεσμεω - desmeo δεσμεω; to be a binder (captor), i.e. to enchain (a prisoner), to tie on (a load):-- bind.

(1196) δεσμεω, desmeo [des-meh'-o]

from δεσμον - desmon δεσμον; to tie, i.e. shackle:--bind.

(1197) δεσμη, desme [des-may']

from δεσμεω - desmeo δεσμεω; a bundle:--bundle.

(1198) δεσμιος, desmios [des'-mee-os]

from δεσμον - desmon δεσμον; a captive (as bound):--in bonds, prisoner.

(1199) δεσμον, desmon [des-mon']

or desmos des-mos' neuter and masculine respectively from δεω - deo δεω; a band, i.e. ligament (of the body) or shackle (of a prisoner); figuratively, an impediment or disability:--band, bond, chain, string.

(1200) δεσμοφψλαξ, desmophulax [des-mof-oo'-lax]

from δεσμον - desmon δεσμον and φψλαξ - phulax φψλαξ; a jailer (as guarding the prisoners):--jailor, keeper of the prison.

(1201) δεσμωτηριον, desmoterion [des-mo-tay'-ree-on]

from a derivative of δεσμον - desmon δεσμον (equivalent to 1196); a place of bondage, i.e. a dungeon:--prison.

(1202) δεσμωτης, desmotes [des-mo'-tace]

from the same as δεσμωτηριον - desmoterion δεσμωτηριον; (passively) a captive:--prisoner.

(1203) δεσποτης, despotes [des-pot'-ace]

perhaps from δεω - deo δεω and posis (a husband); an absolute ruler ("despot"):--Lord, master.

(1204) δεψρο, deuro [dyoo'-ro]

of uncertain affinity; here; used also imperative hither!; and of time, hitherto:--come (hither), hither(-to).

(1205) δεψτε, deute [dyoo'-teh]

from δεψρο - deuro δεψρο and an imperative form of eimi (to go); come hither!:--come, X follow.

(1206) δεψτεραιος, deuteraios [dyoo-ter-ah'-yos]

from δεψτερος - deuteros δεψτερος; secondary, i.e. (specially) on the second day:--next day.

(1207) δεψτεροπρωτος, deuteroprotos [dyoo-ter-op'-ro-tos]

from δεψτερος - deuteros δεψτερος and πρωτος - protos πρωτος; second-first, i.e. (specially) a designation of the Sabbath immediately after the Paschal week (being the second after Passover day, and the first of the seven Sabbaths intervening before Pentecost):--second ... after the first.

(1208) δεψτερος, deuteros [dyoo'-ter-os]

as the compare of δψο - duo δψο; (ordinal) second (in time, place, or rank; also adverb):--afterward, again, second(-arily, time).

(1209) δεχομαι, dechomai [dekh'-om-ahee]

middle voice of a primary verb; to receive (in various applications, literally or figuratively):--accept, receive, take. Compare λαμβανω - lambano λαμβανω.

(1210) δεω, deo [deh'-o]

a primary verb; to bind (in various applications, literally or figuratively):--bind, be in bonds, knit, tie, wind. See also δει - dei δει, δεομαι - deomai δεομαι.

(1211) δη, de [day]

probably akin to δε - de δε; a particle of emphasis or explicitness; now, then, etc.:--also, and, doubtless, now, therefore.

(1212) δηλος, delos [day'-los]

of uncertain derivation; clear:--+ bewray, certain, evident, manifest.

(1213) δηλοω, deloo [day-lo'-o]

from δηλος - delos δηλος; to make plain (by words):--declare, shew, signify.

(1214) Δημας, Demas [day-mas']

probably for Δημητριος - Demetrios Δημητριος; Demas, a Christian:--Demas.

(1215) δημηξορεω, demexoreo [day-may-gor-eh'-o]

from a compound of δημος - demos δημος and αγορα - agora αγορα; to be a people-gatherer, i.e. to address a public assembly:--make an oration.

(1216) Δημητριος, Demetrios [day-may'-tree-os]

from Demeter (Ceres); Demetrius, the name of an Ephesian and of a Christian:--Demetrius.

(1217) δημιοψργος, demiourgos [day-me-oor-gos']

from δημος - demos δημος and εργον - ergon εργον; a worker for the people, i.e. mechanic (spoken of the Creator):--maker.

(1218) δημος, demos [day'-mos]

from δεω - deo δεω; the public (as bound together socially):--people.

(1219) δημοσιος, demosios [day-mos'ee-os]

from δημος - demos δημος; public; (feminine singular dative case as adverb) in public:--common, openly, publickly.

(1220) δηναριον, denarion [day-nar'-ee-on]

of Latin origin; a denarius (or ten asses):--pence, penny(-worth).

(1221) δηποτε, depote [day'-pot-eh]

from δη - de δη and ποτε - pote ποτε; a particle of generalization; indeed, at any time:--(what-)soever.

(1222) δηποψ, depou [day'-poo]

from δη - de δη and ποψ - pou ποψ; a particle of asseveration; indeed doubtless:--verily.

(1223) δια, dia [dee-ah']

a primary preposition denoting the channel of an act; through (in very wide applications, local, causal, or occasional):--after, always, among, at, to avoid, because of (that), briefly, by, for (cause) ... fore, from, in, by occasion of, of, by reason of, for sake, that, thereby, therefore, X though, through(-out), to, wherefore, with (-in). In composition it retains the same general importance.

(1224) διαβαινω, diabaino [dee-ab-ah'-ee-no]

from δια - dia δια and the base of βασις - basis βασις; to cross:--come over, pass (through).

(1225) διαβαλλω, diaballo [dee-ab-al'-lo]

from δια - dia δια and βαλλω - ballo βαλλω; (figuratively) to traduce:--accuse.

(1226) διαβεβαιοομαι, diabebaioomai [dee-ab-eb-ahee-o'-om-ahee]

middle voice of a compound of δια - dia δια and βεβαιοω - bebaioo βεβαιοω; to confirm thoroughly (by words), i.e. asseverate:--affirm constantly.

(1227) διαβλεπω, diablepo [dee-ab-lep'-o]

from δια - dia δια and βλεπω - blepo βλεπω; to look through, i.e. recover full vision:--see clearly.

(1228) διαβολος, diabolos [dee-ab'-ol-os]

from διαβαλλω - diaballo διαβαλλω; a traducer; specially, Satan (compare satan satan):--false accuser, devil, slanderer.

(1229) διαγγελλω, diaggello [de-ang-gel'-lo]

from δια - dia δια and the base of αγγελος - aggelos αγγελος; to herald thoroughly:--declare, preach, signify.

(1230) διαγινομαι, diaginomai [dee-ag-in'-om-ahee]

from δια - dia δια and γινομαι - ginomai γινομαι; to elapse meanwhile:--X after, be past, be spent.

(1231) διαγινωσκω, diaginosko [dee-ag-in-o'-sko]

from δια - dia δια and γινωσκω - ginosko γινωσκω; to know thoroughly, i.e. ascertain exactly:--(would) enquire, know the uttermost.

(1232) διαγνωριζω, diagnorizo [dee-ag-no-rid'-zo]

from γραπτος - graptos γραπτος and γνωριζω - gnorizo γνωριζω; to tell abroad:--make known.

(1233) διαγνωσις, diagnosis [dee-ag'-no-sis]

from διαγινωσκω - diaginosko διαγινωσκω; (magisterial) examination ("diagnosis"):--hearing.

(1234) διαγογγψζω, diagogguzo [dee-ag-ong-good'-zo]

from δια - dia δια and γογγψζω - gogguzo γογγψζω; to complain throughout a crowd:--murmur.

(1235) διαγρηγορεω, diagregoreo [dee-ag-ray-gor-eh'-o]

from δια - dia δια and γρηγορεψω - gregoreuo γρηγορεψω; to waken thoroughly:--be awake.

(1236) διαγω, diago [dee-ag'-o]

from δια - dia δια and αγω - ago αγω; to pass time or life:--lead life, living.

(1237) διαδεχομαι, diadechomai [dee-ad-ekh'-om-ahee]

from δια - dia δια and δεχομαι - dechomai δεχομαι; to receive in turn, i.e. (figuratively) succeed to:--come after.

(1238) διαδημα, diadema [dee-ad'-ay-mah]

from a compound of δια - dia δια and δεω - deo δεω; a "diadem" (as bound about the head):--crown. Compare στεφανος - stephanos στεφανος.