Strong's Greek Dictionary (KJV)

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(3076) λψπεω, lupeo [loo-peh'-o]

from λψπη - lupe λψπη; to distress; reflexively or passively, to be sad:--cause grief, grieve, be in heaviness, (be) sorrow(-ful), be (make) sorry.

(3077) λψπη, lupe [loo'-pay]

apparently a primary word; sadness:--grief, grievous, + grudgingly, heaviness, sorrow.

(3078) Λψσανιας, Lusanias [loo-san-ee'-as]

from λψσις - lusis λψσις and ania (trouble); grief-dispelling; Lysanias, a governor of Abilene:--Lysanias.

(3079) Λψσιας, Lusias [loo-see'-as]

of uncertain affinity; Lysias, a Roman:--Lysias.

(3080) λψσις, lusis [loo'-sis]

from λψω - luo λψω; a loosening, i.e. (specially), divorce:--to be loosed.

(3081) λψσιτελει, lusitelei [loo-sit-el-i']

third person singular present indicative active of a derivative of a compound of λψσις - lusis λψσις and τελος - telos τελος; impersonally, it answers the purpose, i.e. is advantageous:--it is better.

(3082) Λψστρα, Lustra [loos'-trah]

of uncertain origin; Lystra, a place in Asia Minor:--Lystra.

(3083) λψτρον, lutron [loo'-tron]

from λψω - luo λψω; something to loosen with, i.e. a redemption price (figuratively, atonement):--ransom.

(3084) λψτροω, lutroo [loo-tro'-o]

from λψτρον - lutron λψτρον; to ransom (literally or figuratively):--redeem.

(3085) λψτρωσις, lutrosis [loo'-tro-sis]

from λψτροω - lutroo λψτροω; a ransoming (figuratively):--+ redeemed, redemption.

(3086) λψτρωτης, lutrotes [loo-tro-tace']

from λψτροω - lutroo λψτροω; a redeemer (figuratively):--deliverer.

(3087) λψχνια, luchnia [lookh-nee'-ah]

from λψχνος - luchnos λψχνος; a lamp-stand (literally or figuratively):--candlestick.

(3088) λψχνος, luchnos [lookh'-nos]

from the base of λεψκος - leukos λεψκος; a portable lamp or other illuminator (literally or figuratively):--candle, light.

(3089) λψω, luo [loo'-o]

a primary verb; to "loosen" (literally or figuratively):--break (up), destroy, dissolve, (un-)loose, melt, put off. Compare ρηγνψμι - rhegnumi ρηγνψμι.

(3090) Λωις, Lois [lo-ece']

of uncertain origin; Lois, a Christian woman:--Lois.

(3091) Λωτ, Lot [lote]

of Hebrew origin (Lowt Lowt); Lot, a patriarch:--Lot.