Strong's Greek Dictionary (KJV)



(3394) μιασμος, miasmos [mee-as-mos']

from μιαινω - miaino μιαινω; (morally) contamination (properly, the act):--uncleanness.

(3395) μιγμα, migma [mig'-mah]

from μιγνψμι - mignumi μιγνψμι; a compound:--mixture.

(3396) μιγνψμι, mignumi [mig'-noo-mee]

a primary verb; to mix:--mingle.

(3397) μικρον, mikron [mik-ron']

masculine or neuter singular of μικρος - mikros μικρος (as noun); a small space of time or degree:--a (little) (while).

(3398) μικρος, mikros []

mikroteros mik-rot'-er-os apparently a primary word; small (in size, quantity, number or (figuratively) dignity):--least, less, little, small.

(3399) Μιλητος, Miletos [mil'-ay-tos]

of uncertain origin; Miletus, a city of Asia Minor:--Miletus.

(3400) μιλιον, milion [mil'-ee-on]

of Latin origin; a thousand paces, i.e. a "mile":--mile.

(3401) μιμεομαι, mimeomai [mim-eh'-om-ahee]

middle voice from mimos (a "mimic"); to imitate:--follow.

(3402) μιμητης, mimetes [mim-ay-tace']

from μιμεομαι - mimeomai μιμεομαι; an imitator:--follower.

(3403) μιμνησκω, mimnesko [mim-nace'-ko]

a prolonged form of μναομαι - mnaomai μναομαι (from which some of the tenses are borrowed); to remind, i.e. (middle voice) to recall to mind:--be mindful, remember.

(3404) μισεω, miseo [mis-eh'-o]

from a primary misos (hatred); to detest (especially to persecute); by extension, to love less:--hate(-ful).

(3405) μισθαποδοσια, misthapodosia [mis-thap-od-os-ee'-ah]

from μισθαποδοτης - misthapodotes μισθαποδοτης; requital (good or bad):--recompence of reward.

(3406) μισθαποδοτης, misthapodotes [mis-thap-od-ot'-ace]

from μισθοω - misthoo μισθοω and αποδιδωμι - apodidomi αποδιδωμι; a renumerator:--rewarder.

(3407) μισθιος, misthios [mis'-thee-os]

from μισθος - misthos μισθος; a wage-earner:--hired servant.

(3408) μισθος, misthos [mis-thos']

apparently a primary word; pay for service (literally or figuratively), good or bad:--hire, reward, wages.

(3409) μισθοω, misthoo [mis-tho'-o]

from μισθος - misthos μισθος; to let out for wages, i.e. (middle voice) to hire:--hire.

(3410) μισθωμα, misthoma [mis'-tho-mah]

from μισθοω - misthoo μισθοω; a rented building:--hired house.

(3411) μισθωτος, misthotos [mis-tho-tos']

from μισθοω - misthoo μισθοω; a wage-worker (good or bad):--hired servant, hireling.

(3412) Μιτψληνη, Mitulene [mit-oo-lay'-nay]

for mutilene (abounding in shellfish); Mitylene (or Mytilene), a town on the island of Lesbos:--Mitylene.

(3413) Μιχαηλ, Michael [mikh-ah-ale']

of Hebrew origin (Miyka'el Miyka'el); Michael, an archangel:--Michael.

(3414) μνα, mna [mnah]

of Latin origin; a mna (i.e. mina), a certain weight:-- pound.

(3415) μναομαι, mnaomai [mnah'-om-ahee]

middle voice of a derivative of μενω - meno μενω or perhaps of the base of μασσαομαι - massaomai μασσαομαι (through the idea of fixture in the mind or of mental grasp); to bear in mind, i.e. recollect; by implication, to reward or punish:--be mindful, remember, come (have) in remembrance. Compare μιμνησκω - mimnesko μιμνησκω.

(3416) Μνασων, Mnason [mnah'-sohn]

of uncertain origin; Mnason, a Christian:--Mnason.

(3417) μνεια, mneia [mni'-ah]

from μναομαι - mnaomai μναομαι or μιμνησκω - mimnesko μιμνησκω; recollection; by implication, recital:--mention, remembrance.

(3418) μνημα, mnema [mnay'-mah]

from μναομαι - mnaomai μναομαι; a memorial, i.e. sepulchral monument (burial-place):--grave, sepulchre, tomb.

(3419) μνημειον, mnemeion [mnay-mi'-on]

from μνημη - mneme μνημη; a remembrance, i.e. cenotaph (place of interment):--grave, sepulchre, tomb.

(3420) μνημη, mneme [mnay'-may]

from μιμνησκω - mimnesko μιμνησκω; memory:--remembrance.

(3421) μνημονεψω, mnemoneuo [mnay-mon-yoo'-o]

from a derivative of μνημη - mneme μνημη; to exercise memory, i.e. recollect; by implication, to punish; also to rehearse:--make mention; be mindful, remember.

(3422) μνημοσψνον, mnemosunon [mnay-mos'-oo-non]

from μνημονεψω - mnemoneuo μνημονεψω; a reminder (memorandum), i.e. record:--memorial.

(3423) μνηστεψω, mnesteuo [mnace-tyoo'-o]

from a derivative of μναομαι - mnaomai μναομαι; to give a souvenir (engagement present), i.e. betroth:--espouse.

(3424) μογιλαλος, mogilalos [mog-il-al'-os]

from μογις - mogis μογις and λαλεω - laleo λαλεω; hardly talking, i.e. dumb (tongue-tied):--having an impediment in his speech.

(3425) μογις, mogis [mog'-is]

adverb from a primary mogos (toil); with difficulty:--hardly.

(3426) μοδιος, modios [mod'-ee-os]

of Latin origin; a modius, i.e. certain measure for things dry (the quantity or the utensil):--bushel.

(3427) μοι, moi [moy]

the simpler form of εμοι - emoi εμοι; to me:--I, me, mine, my.

(3428) μοιχαλις, moichalis [moy-khal-is']

a prolonged form of the feminine of μοιχος - moichos μοιχος; an adulteress (literally or figuratively):--adulteress(-ous, -y).

(3429) μοιχαω, moichao [moy-khah'-o]

from μοιχος - moichos μοιχος; (middle voice) to commit adultery:--commit adultery.

(3430) μοιχεια, moicheia [moy-khi'-ah]

from μοιχεψω - moicheuo μοιχεψω; adultery:--adultery.

(3431) μοιχεψω, moicheuo [moy-khyoo'-o]

from μοιχος - moichos μοιχος; to commit adultery:--commit adultery.

(3432) μοιχος, moichos [moy-khos']

perhaps a primary word; a (male) paramour; figuratively, apostate:--adulterer.

(3433) μολις, molis [mol'-is]

probably by variation for μογις - mogis μογις; with difficulty:--hardly, scarce(-ly), + with much work.

(3434) Μολοχ, Moloch [mol-okh']

of Hebrew origin (Molek Molek); Moloch (i.e. Molek), an idol:--Moloch.

(3435) μολψνω, moluno [mol-oo'-no]

probably from μελας - melas μελας; to soil (figuratively):--defile.

(3436) μολψσμος, molusmos [mol-oos-mos']

from μολψνω - moluno μολψνω; a stain; i.e. (figuratively) immorality:--filthiness.

(3437) μομφη, momphe [mom-fay']

from μεμφομαι - memphomai μεμφομαι; blame, i.e. (by implication), a fault:--quarrel.

(3438) μονη, mone [mon-ay']

from μενω - meno μενω; a staying, i.e. residence (the act or the place):--abode, mansion.

(3439) μονογενης, monogenes [mon-og-en-ace']

from μονος - monos μονος and γινομαι - ginomai γινομαι; only-born, i.e. sole:--only (begotten, child).

(3440) μονον, monon [mon'-on]

neuter of μονος - monos μονος as adverb; merely:--alone, but, only.

(3441) μονος, monos [mon'-os]

probably from μενω - meno μενω; remaining, i.e. sole or single; by implication, mere:--alone, only, by themselves.

(3442) μονοφθαλμος, monophthalmos [mon-of'-thal-mos]

from μονος - monos μονος and οφθαλμος - ophthalmos οφθαλμος; one-eyed:--with one eye.

(3443) μονοω, monoo [mon-o'-o]

from μονος - monos μονος; to isolate, i.e. bereave:--be desolate.

(3444) μορφη, morphe [mor-fay']

perhaps from the base of μερος - meros μερος (through the idea of adjustment of parts); shape; figuratively, nature:--form.

(3445) μορφοω, morphoo [mor-fo'-o]

from the same as μορφη - morphe μορφη; to fashion (figuratively):--form.

(3446) μορφωσις, morphosis [mor'-fo-sis]

from μορφοω - morphoo μορφοω; formation, i.e. (by implication), appearance (semblance or (concretely) formula):--form.

(3447) μοσχοποιεω, moschopoieo [mos-khop-oy-eh'-o]

from μοσχος - moschos μοσχος and ποιεω - poieo ποιεω; to fabricate the image of a bullock:--make a calf.

(3448) μοσχος, moschos [mos'-khos]

probably strengthened for oschos (a shoot); a young bullock:--calf.

(3449) μοχθος, mochthos [mokh'-thos]

from the base of μογις - mogis μογις; toil, i.e. (by implication) sadness:--painfulness, travail.

(3450) μοψ, mou [moo]

the simpler form of εμοψ - emou εμοψ; of me:--I, me, mine (own), my.

(3451) μοψσικος, mousikos [moo-sik-os']

from Mousa (a Muse); "musical", i.e. (as noun) a minstrel:--musician.

(3452) μψελος, muelos [moo-el-os']

perhaps a primary word; the marrow:--marrow.

(3453) μψεω, mueo [moo-eh'-o]

from the base of μψστηριον - musterion μψστηριον; to initiate, i.e. (by implication) to teach:--instruct.

(3454) μψθος, muthos [moo'-thos]

perhaps from the same as μψεω - mueo μψεω (through the idea of tuition); a tale, i.e. fiction ("myth"):--fable.

(3455) μψκαομαι, mukaomai [moo-kah'-om-ahee]

from a presumed derivative of muzo ( to "moo"); to bellow (roar):--roar.

(3456) μψκτηριζω, mukterizo [mook-tay-rid'-zo]

from a derivative of the base of μψκαομαι - mukaomai μψκαομαι (meaning snout, as that whence lowing proceeds); to make mouths at, i.e. ridicule:--mock.

(3457) μψλικος, mulikos [moo-lee-kos']

from μψλος - mulos μψλος; belonging to a mill:--mill(-stone).

(3458) μψλος, mulos [moo'-los]

probably ultimately from the base of μολις - molis μολις (through the idea of hardship); a "mill", i.e. (by implication), a grinder (millstone):--millstone.

(3459) μψλων, mulon [moo'-lone]

from μψλος - mulos μψλος; a mill-house:--mill.

(3460) Μψρα, Mura [moo'-rah]

of uncertain derivation; Myra, a place in Asia Minor:--Myra.

(3461) μψριας, murias [moo-ree'-as]

from μψριοι - murioi μψριοι; a ten-thousand; by extension, a "myriad" or indefinite number:--ten thousand.

(3462) μψριζω, murizo [moo-rid'-zo]

from μψρον - muron μψρον; to apply (perfumed) unguent to:--anoint.

(3463) μψριοι, murioi [moo'-ree-oi]

plural of an apparently primary word (properly, meaning very many); ten thousand; by extension, innumerably many:--ten thousand.

(3464) μψρον, muron [moo'-ron]

probably of foreign origin (compare στρατεψμα - strateuma more, 4666); "myrrh", i.e. (by implication) perfumed oil:--ointment.

(3465) Μψσια, Musia [moo-see'-ah]

of uncertain origin; Mysia, a region of Asia Minor:--Mysia.

(3466) μψστηριον, musterion [moos-tay'-ree-on]

from a derivative of muo (to shut the mouth); a secret or "mystery" (through the idea of silence imposed by initiation into religious rites):--mystery.

(3467) μψωπαζω, muopazo [moo-ope-ad'-zo]

from a compound of the base of μψστηριον - musterion μψστηριον and ops (the face; from 3700); to shut the eyes, i.e. blink (see indistinctly):-- cannot see far off.

(3468) μωλωυ, molops [mo'-lopes]

from molos ("moil"; probably akin to the base of 3433) and probably ops (the face; from 3700); a mole ("black eye") or blow-mark:--stripe.

(3469) μωμαομαι, momaomai [mo-mah'-om-ahee]

from μωμος - momos μωμος; to carp at, i.e. censure (discredit):--blame.

(3470) μωμος, momos [mo'-mos]

perhaps from μεμφομαι - memphomai μεμφομαι; a flaw or blot, i.e. (figuratively) disgraceful person:--blemish.

(3471) μωραινω, moraino [mo-rah'-ee-no]

from μωρος - moros μωρος; to become insipid; figuratively, to make (passively, act) as a simpleton:--become fool, make foolish, lose savour.

(3472) μωρια, moria [mo-ree'-ah]

from μωρος - moros μωρος; silliness, i.e. absurdity:--foolishness.

(3473) μωρολογια, morologia [mo-rol-og-ee'-ah]

from a compound of μωρος - moros μωρος and λεγω - lego λεγω; silly talk, i.e. buffoonery:--foolish talking.

(3474) μωρος, moros [mo-ros']

probably from the base of μψστηριον - musterion μψστηριον; dull or stupid (as if shut up), i.e. heedless, (morally) blockhead, (apparently) absurd:--fool(-ish, X -ishness).

(3475) Μωσεψς, Moseus [moce-yoos']

or Moses mo-sace', or Mouses mo-oo-sace' of Hebrew origin; (Mosheh Mosheh); Moseus, Moses, or Mouses (i.e. Mosheh), the Hebrew lawgiver:--Moses.