Strong's Greek Dictionary (KJV)




(3092) Μααθ, Maath [mah-ath']

probably of Hebrew origin; Maath, an Israelite:--Maath.

(3093) Μαγδαλα, Magdala [mag-dal-ah']

of Chaldee origin (compare migdal migdal); the tower; Magdala (i.e. Migdala), a place in Palestine:--Magdala.

(3094) Μαγδαληνη, Magdalene [mag-dal-ay-nay']

feminine of a derivative of Μαγδαλα - Magdala Μαγδαλα; a female Magdalene, i.e. inhabitant of Magdala:--Magdalene.

(3095) μαγεια, mageia [mag-i'-ah]

from μαγεψω - mageuo μαγεψω; "magic":--sorcery.

(3096) μαγεψω, mageuo [mag-yoo'-o]

from μαγος - magos μαγος; to practice magic:--use sorcery.

(3097) μαγος, magos [mag'-os]

of foreign origin (Rab-Mag Rab-Mag); a Magian, i.e. Oriental scientist; by implication, a magician:--sorcerer, wise man.

(3098) Μαγωγ, Magog [mag-ogue']

of Hebrew origin (Magowg Magowg); Magog, a foreign nation, i.e. (figuratively) an Antichristian party:--Magog.

(3099) Μαδιαν, Madian [mad-ee-on']

of Hebrew origin (Midyan Midyan); Madian (i.e. Midian), a region of Arabia:--Madian.

(3100) μαθητεψω, matheteuo [math-ayt-yoo'-o]

from μαθητης - mathetes μαθητης; intransitively, to become a pupil; transitively, to disciple, i.e. enrol as scholar:--be disciple, instruct, teach.

(3101) μαθητης, mathetes [math-ay-tes']

from μανθανω - manthano μανθανω; a learner, i.e. pupil:--disciple.

(3102) μαθητρια, mathetria [math-ay'-tree-ah]

feminine from μαθητης - mathetes μαθητης; a female pupil:--disciple.

(3103) Μαθοψσαλα, Mathousala [math-oo-sal'-ah]

of Hebrew origin (Mthuwshelach Mthuwshelach); Mathusala (i.e. Methushelach), an antediluvian:--Mathusala.

(3104) Μαιναν, Mainan [mahee-nan']

probably of Hebrew origin; Mainan, an Israelite:--Mainan.

(3105) μαινομαι, mainomai [mah'-ee-nom-ahee]

middle voice from a primary mao (to long for; through the idea of insensate craving); to rave as a "maniac":--be beside self (mad).

(3106) μακαριζω, makarizo [mak-ar-id'-zo]

from μακαριος - makarios μακαριος; to beatify, i.e. pronounce (or esteem) fortunate:--call blessed, count happy.

(3107) μακαριος, makarios [mak-ar'-ee-os]

a prolonged form of the poetical makar (meaning the same); supremely blest; by extension, fortunate, well off:-- blessed, happy(X -ier).

(3108) μακαρισμος, makarismos [mak-ar-is-mos']

from μακαριζω - makarizo μακαριζω; beatification, i.e. attribution of good fortune:--blessedness.

(3109) Μακεδονια, Makedonia [mak-ed-on-ee'-ah]

from Μακεδων - Makedon Μακεδων; Macedonia, a region of Greece:--Macedonia.

(3110) Μακεδων, Makedon [mak-ed'-ohn]

of uncertain derivation; a Macedon (Macedonian), i.e. inhabitant of Macedonia:--of Macedonia, Macedonian.

(3111) μακελλον, makellon [mak'-el-lon]

of Latin origin (macellum); a butcher's stall, meat market or provision-shop:--shambles.

(3112) μακραν, makran [mak-ran']

feminine accusative case singular of μακρος - makros μακρος (3598 being implied); at a distance (literally or figuratively):--(a-)far (off), good (great) way off.

(3113) μακροθεν, makrothen [mak-roth'-en]

adverb from μακρος - makros μακρος; from a distance or afar:--afar off, from far.

(3114) μακροθψμεω, makrothumeo [mak-roth-oo-meh'-o]

from the same as μακροθψμως - makrothumos μακροθψμως; to be long-spirited, i.e. (objectively) forbearing or (subjectively) patient:--bear (suffer) long, be longsuffering, have (long) patience, be patient, patiently endure.

(3115) μακροθψμια, makrothumia [mak-roth-oo-mee'-ah]

from the same as μακροθψμως - makrothumos μακροθψμως; longanimity, i.e. (objectively) forbearance or (subjectively) fortitude:--longsuffering, patience.

(3116) μακροθψμως, makrothumos [mak-roth-oo-moce']

adverb of a compound of μακρος - makros μακρος and θψμος - thumos θψμος; with long (enduring) temper, i.e. leniently:--patiently.

(3117) μακρος, makros [mak-ros']

from μηκος - mekos μηκος; long (in place (distant) or time (neuter plural)):--far, long.

(3118) μακροχρονιος, makrochronios [mak-rokh-ron'-ee-os]

from μακρος - makros μακρος and χρονος - chronos χρονος; long-timed, i.e. long-lived:--live long.

(3119) μαλακια, malakia [mal-ak-ee'-ah]

from μαλακος - malakos μαλακος; softness, i.e. enervation (debility):--disease.

(3120) μαλακος, malakos [mal-ak-os']

of uncertain affinity; soft, i.e. fine (clothing); figuratively, a catamite:--effeminate, soft.

(3121) Μαλελεηλ, Maleleel [mal-el-eh-ale']

of Hebrew origin (Mahalal'el Mahalal'el); Maleleel (i.e. Mahalalel), an antediluvian:--Maleleel.

(3122) μαλιστα, malista [mal'-is-tah]

neuter plural of the superlative of an apparently primary adverb mala (very); (adverbially) most (in the greatest degree) or particularly:--chiefly, most of all, (e-)specially.

(3123) μαλλον, mallon [mal'-lon]

neuter of the comparative of the same as μαλιστα - malista μαλιστα; (adverbially) more (in a greater degree)) or rather:--+ better, X far, (the) more (and more), (so) much (the more), rather.

(3124) Μαλχος, Malchos [mal'-khos]

of Hebrew origin (Melek Melek); Malchus, an Israelite:--Malchus.

(3125) μαμμη, mamme [mam'-may]

of natural origin ("mammy"); a grandmother:--grandmother.

(3126) μαμμωνας, mammonas [mam-mo-nas']

of Chaldee origin (confidence, i.e. wealth, personified); mammonas, i.e. avarice (deified):--mammon.

(3127) Μαναην, Manaen [man-ah-ane']

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

(3128) Μανασσης, Manasses [man-as-sace']

of Hebrew origin (Mnashsheh Mnashsheh); Mannasses (i.e. Menashsheh), an Israelite:--Manasses.

(3129) μανθανω, manthano [man-than'-o]

prolongation from a primary verb, another form of which, matheo, is used as an alternate in certain tenses; to learn (in any way):--learn, understand.

(3130) μανια, mania [man-ee'-ah]

from μαινομαι - mainomai μαινομαι; craziness:--(+ make) X mad.

(3131) μαννα, manna [man'-nah]

of Hebrew origin (man man); manna (i.e. man), an edible gum:--manna.

(3132) μαντεψομαι, manteuomai [mant-yoo'-om-ahee]

from a derivative of μαινομαι - mainomai μαινομαι (meaning a prophet, as supposed to rave through inspiration); to divine, i.e. utter spells (under pretense of foretelling:--by soothsaying.

(3133) μαραινω, maraino [mar-ah'-ee-no]

of uncertain affinity; to extinguish (as fire), i.e. (figuratively and passively) to pass away:--fade away.

(3134) μαραν αθα, maran atha [mar'-an ath'-ah]

of Chaldee origin (meaning our Lord has come); maranatha, i.e. an exclamation of the approaching divine judgment:--Maran-atha.

(3135) μαργαριτης, margarites [mar-gar-ee'-tace]

from margaros (a pearl-oyster); a pearl:--pearl.

(3136) Μαρθα, Martha [mar'-thah]

probably of Chaldee origin (meaning mistress); Martha, a Christian woman:--Martha.

(3137) Μαρια, Maria [ mar-ee'-ah]

or Mariam mar-ee-am' of Hebrew origin (Miryam Miryam); Maria or Mariam (i.e. Mirjam), the name of six Christian females:-- Mary.

(3138) Μαρκος, Markos [mar'-kos]

of Latin origin; Marcus, a Christian:--Marcus, Mark.

(3139) μαρμαρος, marmaros [mar'-mar-os]

from marmairo (to glisten); marble (as sparkling white):--marble.

(3140) μαρτψρεω, martureo [mar-too-reh'-o]

from μαρτψς - martus μαρτψς; to be a witness, i.e. testify (literally or figuratively):--charge, give (evidence), bear record, have (obtain, of) good (honest) report, be well reported of, testify, give (have) testimony, (be, bear, give, obtain) witness.

(3141) μαρτψρια, marturia [mar-too-ree'-ah]

from μαρτψς - martus μαρτψς; evidence given (judicially or genitive case):--record, report, testimony, witness.

(3142) μαρτψριον, marturion [mar-too'-ree-on]

neuter of a presumed derivative of μαρτψς - martus μαρτψς; something evidential, i.e. (genitive case) evidence given or (specially), the Decalogue (in the sacred Tabernacle):--to be testified, testimony, witness.

(3143) μαρτψρομαι, marturomai [mar-too'-rom-ahee]

middle voice from μαρτψς - martus μαρτψς; to be adduced as a witness, i.e. (figuratively) to obtest (in affirmation or exhortation):--take to record, testify.

(3144) μαρτψς, martus [mar'-toos]

of uncertain affinity; a witness (literally (judicially) or figuratively (genitive case)); by analogy, a "martyr":-- martyr, record, witness.

(3145) μασσαομαι, massaomai [mas-sah'-om-ahee]

from a primary masso (to handle or squeeze); to chew:--gnaw.

(3146) μαστιγοω, mastigoo [mas-tig-o'-o]

from μαστιξ - mastix μαστιξ; to flog (literally or figuratively):--scourge.

(3147) μαστιζω, mastizo [mas-tid'-zo]

from μαστος - mastos μαστος; to whip (literally):--scourge.

(3148) μαστιξ, mastix [mas'-tix]

probably from the base of μασσαομαι - massaomai μασσαομαι (through the idea of contact); a whip (literally, the Roman flagellum for criminals; figuratively, a disease):--plague, scourging.

(3149) μαστος, mastos [mas-tos']

from the base of μασσαομαι - massaomai μασσαομαι; a (properly, female) breast (as if kneaded up):--pap.

(3150) ματαιολογια, mataiologia [mat-ah-yol-og-ee'-ah]

from ματαιολογος - mataiologos ματαιολογος; random talk, i.e. babble:--vain jangling.

(3151) ματαιολογος, mataiologos [mat-ah-yol-og'-os]

from ματαιος - mataios ματαιος and λεγω - lego λεγω; an idle (i.e. senseless or mischievous) talker, i.e. a wrangler:--vain talker.

(3152) ματαιος, mataios [mat'-ah-yos]

from the base of ματην - maten ματην; empty, i.e. (literally) profitless, or (specially), an idol:--vain, vanity.

(3153) ματαιοτης, mataiotes [mat-ah-yot'-ace]

from ματαιος - mataios ματαιος; inutility; figuratively, transientness; morally, depravity:--vanity.

(3154) ματαιοω, mataioo [mat-ah-yo'-o]

from ματαιος - mataios ματαιος; to render (passively, become) foolish, i.e. (morally) wicked or (specially), idolatrous:--become vain.

(3155) ματην, maten [mat'-ane]

accusative case of a derivative of the base of μασσαομαι - massaomai μασσαομαι (through the idea of tentative manipulation, i.e. unsuccessful search, or else of punishment); folly, i.e. (adverbially) to no purpose:--in vain.

(3156) Ματθαιος, Matthaios [mat-thah'-yos]

a shorter form of μαχομαι - machomai μαχομαι; Matthaeus (i.e. Matthitjah), an Israelite and a Christian:--Matthew.

(3157) Ματθαν, Matthan [mat-than']

of Hebrew origin (Mattan Mattan); Matthan (i.e. Mattan), an Israelite:--Matthan.

(3158) Ματθατ, Matthat [mat-that']

probably a shortened form of Ματταθιας - Mattathias Ματταθιας; Matthat (i.e. Mattithjah), the name of two Israelites:--Mathat.

(3159) Ματθιας, Matthias [mat-thee'-as]

apparently a shortened form of Ματταθιας - Mattathias Ματταθιας; Matthias (i.e. Mattithjah), an Israelite:--Matthias.

(3160) Ματταθα, Mattatha [mat-tath-ah']

probably a shortened form of Ματταθιας - Mattathias Ματταθιας (compare 4992); Mattatha (i.e. Mattithjah), an Israelite:--Mattatha.

(3161) Ματταθιας, Mattathias [mat-tath-ee'-as]

of Hebrew origin (Mattithyah Mattithyah); Mattathias (i.e. Mattithjah), an Israelite and a Christian:--Mattathias.

(3162) μαχαιρα, machaira [makh'-ahee-rah]

probably feminine of a presumed derivative of μαχη - mache μαχη; a knife, i.e. dirk; figuratively, war, judicial punishment:--sword.

(3163) μαχη, mache [makh'-ay]

from μαχομαι - machomai μαχομαι; a battle, i.e. (figuratively) controversy:--fighting, strive, striving.

(3164) μαχομαι, machomai [makh'-om-ahee]

middle voice of an apparently primary verb; to war, i.e. (figuratively) to quarrel, dispute:--fight, strive.

(3165) με, me [meh]

a shorter (and probably originally) from of εμε - eme εμε; me:--I, me, my.

(3166) μεγαλαψχεω, megalaucheo [meg-al-ow-kheh'-o]

from a compound of μεγας - megas μεγας and aucheo (to boast; akin to αψζανω - auzano αψζανω and 2744); to talk big, i.e. be grandiloquent (arrogant, egotistic):--boast great things.

(3167) μεγαλειος, megaleios [meg-al-i'-os]

from μεγας - megas μεγας; magnificent, i.e. (neuter, plural as noun) a conspicuous favor, or (subjectively) perfection:--great things, wonderful works.

(3168) μεγαλειοτης, megaleiotes [meg-al-i-ot'-ace]

from μεγαλειος - megaleios μεγαλειος; superbness, i.e. glory or splendor:--magnificence, majesty, mighty power.

(3169) μεγαλοπρεπης, megaloprepes [meg-al-op-rep-ace']

from μεγας - megas μεγας and πρεπω - prepo πρεπω; befitting greatness or magnificence (majestic):--excellent.

(3170) μεγαλψνω, megaluno [meg-al-oo'-no]

from μεγας - megas μεγας; to make (or declare) great, i.e. increase or (figuratively) extol:--enlarge, magnify, shew great.

(3171) μεγαλως, megalos [meg-al'-oce]

adverb from μεγας - megas μεγας; much:--greatly.

(3172) μεγαλωσψνη, megalosune [meg-al-o-soo'-nay]

from μεγας - megas μεγας; greatness, i.e. (figuratively) divinity (often God himself):--majesty.

(3173) μεγας, megas [meg'-as]

(including the prolonged forms, feminine megale, plural megaloi, etc.; compare also μεγιστος - megistos μεγιστος, 3187); big (literally or figuratively, in a very wide application):--(+ fear) exceedingly, great(-est), high, large, loud, mighty, + (be) sore (afraid), strong, X to years.

(3174) μεγεθος, megethos [meg'-eth-os]

from μεγας - megas μεγας; magnitude (figuratively):--greatness.

(3175) μεγιστανες, megistanes [meg-is-tan'-es]

plural from μεγιστος - megistos μεγιστος; grandees:--great men, lords.

(3176) μεγιστος, megistos [meg'-is-tos]

superlative of μεγας - megas μεγας; greatest or very great:--exceeding great.

(3177) μεθερμηνεψω, methermeneuo [meth-er-mane-yoo'-o]

from μετα - meta μετα and ερμηνεψω - hermeneuo ερμηνεψω; to explain over, i.e. translate:--(by) interpret(-ation).

(3178) μεθη, methe [meth'-ay]

apparently a primary word; an intoxicant, i.e. (by implication) intoxication:--drunkenness.

(3179) μεθιστημι, methistemi [ meth-is'-tay-mee, or (1 Cor. 13:2)]

methistan.o meth-is-tan'-o from μετα - meta μετα and ιστημι - histemi ιστημι; to transfer, i.e. carry away, depose or (figuratively) exchange, seduce:--put out, remove, translate, turn away.

(3180) μεθοδεια, methodeia [meth-od-i'-ah]

from a compound of μετα - meta μετα and οδεψω - hodeuo οδεψω (compare "method"); travelling over, i.e. travesty (trickery):--wile, lie in wait.

(3181) μεθοριος, methorios [meth-or'-ee-os]

from μετα - meta μετα and οριον - horion οριον; bounded alongside, i.e. contiguous (neuter plural as noun, frontier):--border.

(3182) μεθψσκω, methusko [meth-oos'-ko]

a prolonged (transitive) form of μεθψω - methuo μεθψω; to intoxicate:--be drunk(-en).

(3183) μεθψσος, methusos [meth'-oo-sos]

from μεθψω - methuo μεθψω; tipsy, i.e. (as noun) a sot:--drunkard.

(3184) μεθψω, methuo [meth-oo'-o]

from another form of μεθη - methe μεθη; to drink to intoxication, i.e. get drunk:--drink well, make (be) drunk(-en).

(3185) μειζον, meizon [mide'-zon]

neuter of μειζων - meizon μειζων; (adverbially) in greater degree:--the more.

(3186) μειζοτερος, meizoteros [mide-zot'-er-os]

continued comparative of μειζων - meizon μειζων; still larger (figuratively):--greater.

(3187) μειζων, meizon [mide'-zone]

irregular comparative of μεγας - megas μεγας; larger (literally or figuratively, specially, in age):--elder, greater(-est), more.

(3188) μελαν, melan [mel'-an]

neuter of μελας - melas μελας as noun; ink:--ink.

(3189) μελας, melas [mel'-as]

apparently a primary word; black:--black.

(3190) Μελεας, Meleas [mel-eh-as']

of uncertain origin; Meleas, an Israelite:--Meleas.

(3191) μελεταω, meletao [mel-et-ah'-o]

from a presumed derivative of μελω - melo μελω; to take care of, i.e. (by implication) revolve in the mind:--imagine, (pre-)meditate.

(3192) μελι, meli [mel'-ee]

apparently a primary word; honey:--honey.