Strong's Greek Dictionary (KJV)



(4408) πρωρα, prora [pro'-ra]

feminine of a presumed derivative of προ - pro προ as noun; the prow, i.e. forward part of a vessel:--forepart(-ship).

(4409) πρωτεψω, proteuo [prote-yoo'-o]

from πρωτος - protos πρωτος; to be first (in rank or influence):--have the preeminence.

(4410) πρωτοκαθεδρια, protokathedria [pro-tok-ath-ed-ree'-ah]

from πρωτος - protos πρωτος and καθεδρα - kathedra καθεδρα; a sitting first (in the front row), i.e. preeminence in council:--chief (highest, uppermost) seat.

(4411) πρωτοκλισια, protoklisia [pro-tok-lis-ee'-ah]

from πρωτος - protos πρωτος and κλισια - klisia κλισια; a reclining first (in the place of honor) at the dinner-bed, i.e. preeminence at meals:--chief (highest, uppermost) room.

(4412) πρωτον, proton [pro'-ton]

neuter of πρωτος - protos πρωτος as adverb (with or without 3588); firstly (in time, place, order, or importance):--before, at the beginning, chiefly (at, at the) first (of all).

(4413) πρωτος, protos [pro'-tos]

contracted superlative of προ - pro προ; foremost (in time, place, order or importance):--before, beginning, best, chief(-est), first (of all), former.

(4414) πρωτοστατης, protostates [pro-tos-tat'-ace]

from πρωτος - protos πρωτος and ιστημι - histemi ιστημι; one standing first in the ranks, i.e. a captain (champion):--ringleader.

(4415) πρωτοτοκια, prototokia [pro-tot-ok'-ee-ah]

from πρωτοτοκος - prototokos πρωτοτοκος; primogeniture (as a privilege):--birthright.

(4416) πρωτοτοκος, prototokos [pro-tot-ok'-os]

from πρωτος - protos πρωτος and the alternate of τικτω - tikto τικτω; first-born (usually as noun, literally or figuratively):--firstbegotten(-born).

(4417) πταιω, ptaio [ptah'-yo]

a form of πιπτω - pipto πιπτω; to trip, i.e. (figuratively) to err, sin, fail (of salvation):--fall, offend, stumble.

(4418) πτερνα, pterna [pter'-nah]

of uncertain derivation; the heel (figuratively):--heel.

(4419) πτερψγιον, pterugion [pter-oog'-ee-on]

neuter of a presumed derivative of πτερψξ - pterux πτερψξ; a winglet, i.e. (figuratively) extremity (top corner):--pinnacle.

(4420) πτερψξ, pterux [pter'-oox]

from a derivative of πετομαι - petomai πετομαι (meaning a feather); a wing:--wing.

(4421) πτηνον, ptenon [ptay-non']

contraction for πετεινον - peteinon πετεινον; a bird:--bird.

(4422) πτοεω, ptoeo [pto-eh'-o]

probably akin to the alternate of πιπτω - pipto πιπτω (through the idea of causing to fall) or to πετομαι - petomai πετομαι (through that of causing to fly away); to scare:--frighten.

(4423) πτοησις, ptoesis [pto'-ay-sis]

from πτοεω - ptoeo πτοεω; alarm:--amazement.

(4424) Πτολεμαις, Ptolemais [ptol-em-ah-is']

from Ptolemaios (Ptolemy, after whom it was named); Ptolemais, a place in Palestine:--Ptolemais.

(4425) πτψον, ptuon [ptoo'-on]

from πτψω - ptuo πτψω; a winnowing-fork (as scattering like spittle):--fan.

(4426) πτψρω, pturo [ptoo'-ro]

from a presumed derivative of πτψω - ptuo πτψω (and thus akin to 4422); to frighten:--terrify.

(4427) πτψσμα, ptusma [ptoos'-mah]

from πτψω - ptuo πτψω; saliva:--spittle.

(4428) πτψσσω, ptusso [ptoos'-so]

probably akin to petannumi (to spread; and thus apparently allied to πετομαι - petomai πετομαι through the idea of expansion, and to πτψω - ptuo πτψω through that of flattening; compare 3961); to fold, i.e. furl a scroll:--close.

(4429) πτψω, ptuo [ptoo'-o]

a primary verb (compare 4428); to spit:--spit.

(4430) πτωμα, ptoma [pto'-mah]

from the alternate of πιπτω - pipto πιπτω; a ruin, i.e. (specially), lifeless body (corpse, carrion):--dead body, carcase, corpse.

(4431) πτωσις, ptosis [pto'-sis]

from the alternate of πιπτω - pipto πιπτω; a crash, i.e. downfall (literally or figuratively):--fall.

(4432) πτωχεια, ptocheia [pto-khi'-ah]

from πτωχεψω - ptocheuo πτωχεψω; beggary, i.e. indigence (literally or figuratively):--poverty.

(4433) πτωχεψω, ptocheuo [pto-khyoo'-o]

from πτωχος - ptochos πτωχος; to be a beggar, i.e. (by implication) to become indigent (figuratively):--become poor.

(4434) πτωχος, ptochos [pto-khos']

from ptosso (to crouch); akin to πτοεω - ptoeo πτοεω and the alternate of 4098); a beggar (as cringing), i.e. pauper (strictly denoting absolute or public mendicancy, although also used in a qualified or relative sense; whereas πενης - penes πενης properly means only straitened circumstances in private), literally (often as noun) or figuratively (distressed):--beggar(-ly), poor.

(4435) πψγμη, pugme [poog-may']

from a primary pux (the fist as a weapon); the clenched hand, i.e. (only in dative case as adverb) with the fist (hard scrubbing):--oft.

(4436) Πψθων, Puthon [poo'-thone]

from Putho (the name of the region where Delphi, the seat of the famous oracle, was located); a Python, i.e. (by analogy, with the supposed diviner there) inspiration (soothsaying):-- divination.

(4437) πψκνος, puknos [pook-nos']

from the same as σκηνοποιος - skenopoios σκηνοποιος; clasped (thick), i.e. (figuratively) frequent; neuter plural (as adverb) frequently:--often(-er).

(4438) πψκτεω, pukteo [pook-teh'-o]

from a derivative of the same as πψγμη - pugme πψγμη; to box (with the fist), i.e. contend (as a boxer) at the games (figuratively):--fight.

(4439) πψλη, pule [poo'-lay]

apparently a primary word; a gate, i.e. the leaf or wing of a folding entrance (literally or figuratively):--gate.

(4440) πψλων, pulon [poo-lone']

from πψλη - pule πψλη; a gate-way, door-way of a building or city; by implication, a portal or vestibule:--gate, porch.

(4441) πψνθανομαι, punthanomai [poon-than'-om-ahee]

middle voice prolonged from a primary putho (which occurs only as an alternate in certain tenses); to question, i.e. ascertain by inquiry (as a matter of information merely; and thus differing from ερωταω - erotao ερωταω, which properly means a request as a favor; and from αιτεω - aiteo αιτεω, which is strictly a demand for something due; as well as from ζητεω - zeteo ζητεω, which implies a search for something hidden; and from δεομαι - deomai δεομαι, which involves the idea of urgent need); by implication, to learn (by casual intelligence):--ask, demand, enquire, understand.

(4442) πψρ, pur [poor]

a primary word; "fire" (literally or figuratively, specially, lightning):--fiery, fire.

(4443) πψρα, pura [poo-rah']

from πψρ - pur πψρ; a fire (concretely):--fire.

(4444) πψργος, purgos [poor'-gos]

apparently a primary word ("burgh"); a tower or castle:--tower.

(4445) πψρεσσω, puresso [poo-res'-so]

from πψρα - pura πψρα; to be on fire, i.e. (specially), to have a fever:--be sick of a fever.

(4446) πψρετος, puretos [poo-ret-os']

from πψρεσσω - puresso πψρεσσω; inflamed, i.e. (by implication) feverish (as noun, fever):--fever.

(4447) πψρινος, purinos [poo'-ree-nos]

from πψρα - pura πψρα; fiery, i.e. (by implication) flaming:--of fire.

(4448) πψροω, puroo [poo-ro'-o]

from πψρ - pur πψρ; to kindle, i.e. (passively) to be ignited, glow (literally), be refined (by implication), or (figuratively) to be inflamed (with anger, grief, lust):--burn, fiery, be on fire, try.

(4449) πψρρηαζω, purrhazo [poor-hrad'-zo]

from πψρρηος - purrhos πψρρηος; to redden (intransitively):--be red.

(4450) πψρρηος, purrhos [poor-hros']

from πψρ - pur πψρ; fire-like, i.e. (specially), flame- colored:--red.

(4451) πψρωσις, purosis [poo'-ro-sis]

from πψροω - puroo πψροω; ignition, i.e. (specially), smelting (figuratively, conflagration, calamity as a test):--burning, trial.

(4452) πω, po [po]

another form of the base of πως - pos πως; an enclitic particle of indefiniteness; yet, even; used only in the comparative. See μηδεπω - medepo μηδεπω, μηπω - mepo μηπω, οψδεπω - oudepo οψδεπω, οψπω - oupo οψπω, πωποτε - popote πωποτε.

(4453) πωλεω, poleo [po-leh'-o]

probably ultimately from pelomai (to be busy, to trade); to barter (as a pedlar), i.e. to sell:--sell, whatever is sold.

(4454) πωλος, polos [po'-los]

apparently a primary word; a "foal" or "filly", i.e. (specially), a young ass:--colt.

(4455) πωποτε, popote [po'-pot-e]

from πω - po πω and ποτε - pote ποτε; at any time, i.e. (with negative particle) at no time:--at any time, + never ( any man), + yet, never man.

(4456) πωροω, poroo [po-ro'-o]

apparently from poros (a kind of stone); to petrify, i.e. (figuratively) to indurate (render stupid or callous):-- blind, harden.

(4457) πωρωσις, porosis [po'-ro-sis]

from πωροω - poroo πωροω; stupidity or callousness:--blindness, hardness.

(4458) πως, pos [poce]

adverb from the base of ποψ - pou ποψ; an enclitic particle of indefiniteness of manner; somehow or anyhow; used only in composition:--haply, by any (some) means, perhaps. See ει πως - ei pos ει πως, μηπως - mepos μηπως. Compare πως - pos πως.

(4459) πως, pos [poce]

adverb from the base of ποψ - pou ποψ; an interrogative particle of manner; in what way? (sometimes the question is indirect, how?); also as exclamation, how much!:--how, after (by) what manner (means), that. (Occasionally unexpressed in English).