Strong's Greek Dictionary (KJV)



(4518) — (4618)

(4518) σαβαχθανι, sabachthani [sab-akh-than-ee']

of Chaldee or (shbaq shbaq with pronominal suffix); thou hast left me; sabachthani (i.e. shebakthani), a cry of distress:--sabachthani.

(4519) σαβαωθ, sabaoth [sab-ah-owth']

of Hebrew origin (tsaba' tsaba' in feminine plural); armies; sabaoth (i.e. tsebaoth), a military epithet of God:--sabaoth.

(4520) σαββατισμος, sabbatismos [sab-bat-is-mos']

from a derivative of σαββατον - sabbaton σαββατον; a "sabbatism", i.e. (figuratively) the repose of Christianity (as a type of heaven):--rest.

(4521) σαββατον, sabbaton [sab'-bat-on]

of Hebrew origin (shabbath shabbath); the Sabbath (i.e. Shabbath), or day of weekly repose from secular avocations (also the observance or institution itself); by extension, a se'nnight, i.e. the interval between two Sabbaths; likewise the plural in all the above applications:--sabbath (day), week.

(4522) σαγηνη, sagene [sag-ay'-nay]

from a derivative of satto (to equip) meaning furniture, especially a pack-saddle (which in the East is merely a bag of netted rope); a "seine" for fishing:--net.

(4523) Σαδδοψκαιος, Saddoukaios [sad-doo-kah'-yos]

probably from Σαδωκ - Sadok Σαδωκ; a Sadducaean (i.e. Tsadokian), or follower of a certain heretical Israelite:--Sadducee.

(4524) Σαδωκ, Sadok [sad-oke']

of Hebrew origin (Tsadowq Tsadowq); Sadoc (i.e. Tsadok), an Israelite:--Sadoc.

(4525) σαινω, saino [sah'-ee-no]

akin to σειω - seio σειω; to wag (as a dog its tail fawningly), i.e. (generally) to shake (figuratively, disturb):--move.

(4526) σακκος, sakkos [sak'-kos]

of Hebrew origin (saq saq); "sack"-cloth, i.e. mohair (the material or garments made of it, worn as a sign of grief):-- sackcloth.

(4527) Σαλα, Sala [sal-ah']

of Hebrew origin (Shelach Shelach); Sala (i.e. Shelach), a patriarch :--Sala.

(4528) Σαλαθιηλ, Salathiel [sal-ath-ee-ale']

of Hebrew origin (Sh'altiy'el Sh'altiy'el); Salathiel (i.e. Shealtiel), an Israelite:--Salathiel.

(4529) Σαλαμις, Salamis [sal-am-ece']

probably from σαλος - salos σαλος (from the surge on the shore); Salamis, a place in Cyprus:--Salamis.

(4530) Σαλειμ, Saleim [sal-ime']

probably from the same as σαλεψω - saleuo σαλεψω; Salim, a place in Palestine:--Salim.

(4531) σαλεψω, saleuo [sal-yoo'-o]

from σαλος - salos σαλος; to waver, i.e. agitate, rock, topple or (by implication) destroy; figuratively, to disturb, incite:--move, shake (together), which can(-not) be shaken, stir up.

(4532) Σαλημ, Salem [sal-ame']

of Hebrew origin (Shalem Shalem); Salem (i.e. Shalem), a place in Palestine:--Salem.

(4533) Σαλμων, Salmon [sal-mone']

of Hebrew origin (Salmown Salmown); Salmon, an Israelite:--Salmon.

(4534) Σαλμωνη, Salmone [sal-mo'-nay]

perhaps of similar origin to Σαλαμις - Salamis Σαλαμις; Salmone, a place in Crete:--Salmone.

(4535) σαλος, salos [sal'-os]

probably from the base of σαινω - saino σαινω; a vibration, i.e. (specially), billow:--wave.

(4536) σαλπιγξ, salpigx [sal'-pinx]

perhaps from σαλος - salos σαλος (through the idea of quavering or reverberation); a trumpet:--trump(-et).

(4537) σαλπιζω, salpizo [sal-pid'-zo]

from σαλπιγξ - salpigx σαλπιγξ; to trumpet, i.e. sound a blast (literally or figuratively):--(which are yet to) sound (a trumpet).

(4538) σαλπιστης, salpistes [sal-pis-tace']

from σαλπιζω - salpizo σαλπιζω; a trumpeter:--trumpeter.

(4539) Σαλωμη, Salome [sal-o'-may]

probably of Hebrew origin (feminine from shalowm shalowm); Salome (i.e. Shelomah), an Israelitess:--Salome.

(4540) Σαμαρεια, Samareia [sam-ar'-i-ah]

of Hebrew origin (Shomrown Shomrown); Samaria (i.e. Shomeron), a city and region of Palestine:--Samaria.

(4541) Σαμαρειτης, Samareites [sam-ar-i'-tace]

from Σαμαρεια - Samareia Σαμαρεια; a Samarite, i.e. inhabitant of Samaria:--Samaritan.

(4542) Σαμαρειτις, Samareitis [sam-ar-i'-tis]

feminine of Σαμαρειτης - Samareites Σαμαρειτης; a Samaritess, i.e. woman of Samaria:--of Samaria.

(4543) Σαμοθρακη, Samothraike [sam-oth-rak'-ay]

from Σαμος - Samos Σαμος and Thraike (Thrace); Samo-thrace (Samos of Thrace), an island in the Mediterranean:--Samothracia.

(4544) Σαμος, Samos [sam'-os]

of uncertain affinity; Samus, an island of the Mediterranean:--Samos.

(4545) Σαμοψηλ, Samouel [sam-oo-ale']

of Hebrew origin (Shmuw'el Shmuw'el); Samuel (i.e. Shemuel), an Israelite:--Samuel.

(4546) Σαμυων, Sampson [samp-sone']

of Hebrew origin (Shimshown Shimshown); Sampson (i.e. Shimshon), an Israelite:--Samson.

(4547) σανδαλιον, sandalion [san-dal'-ee-on]

neuter of a derivative of sandalon (a "sandal"; of uncertain origin); a slipper or sole-pad:--sandal.

(4548) σανις, sanis [san-ece']

of uncertain affinity; a plank:--board.

(4549) Σαοψλ, Saoul [sah-ool']

of Hebrew origin (Sha'uwl Sha'uwl); Saul (i.e. Shaul), the Jewish name of Paul:--Saul. Compare Σαψλος - Saulos Σαψλος.

(4550) σαπρος, sapros [sap-ros']

from σηπω - sepo σηπω; rotten, i.e. worthless (literally or morally):--bad, corrupt. Compare πονηρος - poneros πονηρος.

(4551) Σαπφειρη, Sappheire [sap-fi'-ray]

feminine of σαπφειρος - sappheiros σαπφειρος; Sapphire, an Israelitess:--Sapphira.

(4552) σαπφειρος, sappheiros [sap'-fi-ros]

of Hebrew origin (cappiyr cappiyr); a "sapphire" or lapis-lazuli gem:--sapphire.

(4553) σαργανη, sargane [sar-gan'-ay]

apparently of Hebrew origin (sarag sarag); a basket (as interwoven or wicker-work:--basket.

(4554) Σαρδεις, Sardeis [sar'-dice]

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

(4555) σαρδινος, sardinos [sar'-dee-nos]

from the same as σαρδιος - sardios σαρδιος; sardine (3037 being implied), i.e. a gem, so called:--sardine.

(4556) σαρδιος, sardios [sar'-dee-os]

properly, an adjective from an uncertain base; sardian (3037 being implied), i.e. (as noun) the gem so called:--sardius.

(4557) σαρδονψξ, sardonux [sar-don'-oox]

from the base of σαρδιος - sardios σαρδιος and onux (the nail of a finger; hence the "onyx" stone); a "sardonyx", i.e. the gem so called:-- sardonyx.

(4558) Σαρεπτα, Sarepta [sar'-ep-tah]

of Hebrew origin (Tsarphath Tsarphath); Sarepta (i.e. Tsarephath), a place in Palestine:--Sarepta.

(4559) σαρκικος, sarkikos [sar-kee-kos']

from σαρξ - sarx σαρξ; pertaining to flesh, i.e. (by extension) bodily, temporal, or (by implication) animal, unregenerate:--carnal, fleshly.

(4560) σαρκινος, sarkinos [sar'-kee-nos]

from σαρξ - sarx σαρξ; similar to flesh, i.e. (by analogy) soft:--fleshly.

(4561) σαρξ, sarx [sarx]

probably from the base of σαροω - saroo σαροω; flesh (as stripped of the skin), i.e. (strictly) the meat of an animal (as food), or (by extension) the body (as opposed to the soul (or spirit), or as the symbol of what is external, or as the means of kindred), or (by implication) human nature (with its frailties (physically or morally) and passions), or (specially), a human being (as such):--carnal(-ly, + -ly minded), flesh(-ly).

(4562) Σαροψχ, Sarouch [sar-ooch']

of Hebrew origin (Sruwg Sruwg); Saruch (i.e. Serug), a patriarch:--Saruch.

(4563) σαροω, saroo [sar-o'-o]

from a derivative of sairo (to brush off; akin to 4951); meaning a broom; to sweep:--sweep.

(4564) Σαρρηα, Sarrha [sar'-hrah]

of Hebrew origin (Sarah Sarah); Sarra (i.e. Sarah), the wife of Abraham:--Sara, Sarah.

(4565) Σαρων, Saron [sar'-one]

of Hebrew origin (Sharown Sharown); Saron (i.e. Sharon), a district of Palestine:--Saron.

(4566) Σαταν, Satan [sat-an']

of Hebrew origin (satan satan); Satan, i.e. the devil:--Satan. Compare Σατανας - Satanas Σατανας.

(4567) Σατανας, Satanas [sat-an-as']

of Chaldee origin corresponding to Σαταν - Satan ma`bad (with the definite affix); the accuser, i.e. the devil:--Satan.

(4568) σατον, saton [sat'-on]

of Hebrew origin (c'ah c'ah); a certain measure for things dry:--measure.

(4569) Σαψλος, Saulos [sow'-los]

of Hebrew origin, the same as Σαοψλ - Saoul Σαοψλ; Saulus (i.e. Shaul), the Jewish name of Paul:--Saul.

(4570) σβεννψμι, sbennumi [sben'-noo-mee]

a prolonged form of an apparently primary verb; to extinguish (literally or figuratively):--go out, quench.

(4571) σε, se [seh]

accusative case singular of σψ - su σψ; thee:--thee, thou, X thy house.

(4572) σεαψτοψ, seautou [seh-ow-too', genitive case from 4571 and 846,]

also dative case of the same, seautoi seh-ow-to', and accusative case seauton seh-ow-ton', likewise contracted sautou sow-too', sautoi sow-to', and sauton sow-ton', respectively of (with, to) thyself:--thee, thine own self, (thou) thy(-self).

(4573) σεβαζομαι, sebazomai [seb-ad'-zom-ahee]

middle voice from a derivative of σεβομαι - sebomai σεβομαι; to venerate, i.e. adore:--worship.

(4574) σεβασμα, sebasma [seb'-as-mah]

from σεβαζομαι - sebazomai σεβαζομαι; something adored, i.e. an object of worship (god, altar, etc):--devotion, that is worshipped.

(4575) σεβαστος, sebastos [seb-as-tos']

from σεβαζομαι - sebazomai σεβαζομαι; venerable (august), i.e. (as noun) a title of the Roman Emperor, or (as adjective) imperial:--Augustus(-').

(4576) σεβομαι, sebomai [seb'-om-ahee]

middle voice of an apparently primary verb; to revere, i.e. adore:--devout, religious, worship.

(4577) σειρα, seira [si-rah']

probably from σψρω - suro σψρω through its congener eiro (to fasten; akin to 138); a chain (as binding or drawing):--chain.

(4578) σεισμος, seismos [sice-mos']

from σειω - seio σειω; a commotion, i.e. (of the air) a gale, (of the ground) an earthquake:--earthquake, tempest.

(4579) σειω, seio [si'-o]

apparently a primary verb; to rock (vibrate, properly, sideways or to and fro), i.e. (generally) to agitate (in any direction; cause to tremble); figuratively, to throw into a tremor (of fear or concern):--move, quake, shake.

(4580) Σεκοψνδος, Sekoundos [sek-oon'-dos]

of Latin origin; "second"; Secundus, a Christian:--Secundus.

(4581) Σελεψκεια, Seleukeia [sel-yook'-i-ah]

from Seleukos (Seleucus, a Syrian king); Seleuceia, a place in Syria:--Seleucia.

(4582) σεληνη, selene [sel-ay'-nay]

from selas (brilliancy; probably akin to the alternate of αιρεομαι - haireomai αιρεομαι, through the idea of attractiveness); the moon:--moon.

(4583) σεληνιαζομαι, seleniazomai [sel-ay-nee-ad'-zom-ahee]

middle voice or passive from a presumed derivative of σεληνη - selene σεληνη; to be moon-struck, i.e. crazy:--be a lunatic.

(4584) Σεμει, Semei [sem-eh-ee']

of Hebrew origin (Shim`iy Shim`iy); Semei (i.e. Shimi), an Israelite:--Semei.

(4585) σεμιδαλις, semidalis [sem-id'-al-is]

probably of foreign origin; fine wheaten flour:--fine flour.

(4586) σεμνος, semnos [sem-nos']

from σεβομαι - sebomai σεβομαι; venerable, i.e. honorable:--grave, honest.

(4587) σεμνοτης, semnotes [sem-not'-ace]

from σεμνος - semnos σεμνος; venerableness, i.e. probity:--gravity, honesty.

(4588) Σεργιος, Sergios [serg'-ee-os]

of Latin origin; Sergius, a Roman:--Sergius.

(4589) Σηθ, Seth [sayth]

of Hebrew origin (Sheth Sheth); Seth (i.e. Sheth), a patriarch:--Seth.

(4590) Σημ, Sem [same]

of Hebrew origin (Shem Shem); Sem (i.e. Shem), a patriarch:-- Sem.

(4591) σημαινω, semaino [say-mah'-ee-no]

from sema (a mark; of uncertain derivation); to indicate:--signify.

(4592) σημειον, semeion [say-mi'-on]

neuter of a presumed derivative of the base of σημαινω - semaino σημαινω; an indication, especially ceremonially or supernaturally:--miracle, sign, token, wonder.

(4593) σημειοω, semeioo [say-mi-o'-o]

from σημειον - semeion σημειον; to distinguish, i.e. mark (for avoidance):--note.

(4594) σημερον, semeron [say'-mer-on]

neuter (as adverb) of a presumed compound of the article ο - ho ο (t changed to s) and ημερα - hemera ημερα; on the (i.e. this) day (or night current or just passed); generally, now (i.e. at present, hitherto):--this (to-)day.

(4595) σηπω, sepo [say'-po]

apparently a primary verb; to putrefy, i.e. (figuratively) perish:--be corrupted.

(4596) σηρικος, serikos [say-ree-kos']

from Ser (an Indian tribe from whom silk was procured; hence the name of the silk-worm); Seric, i.e. silken (neuter as noun, a silky fabric):--silk.

(4597) σης, ses [sace]

apparently of Hebrew origin (cac cac); a moth:--moth.

(4598) σητοβρωτος, setobrotos [say-tob'-ro-tos]

from σης - ses σης and a derivative of βιβρωσκω - bibrosko βιβρωσκω; moth-eaten:--motheaten.

(4599) σθενοω, sthenoo [sthen-o'-o]

from sthenos (bodily vigor; probably akin to the base of 2476); to strengthen, i.e. (figuratively) confirm (in spiritual knowledge and power):--strengthen.

(4600) σιαγων, siagon [see-ag-one']

of uncertain derivation; the jaw-bone, i.e. (by implication) the cheek or side of the face:--cheek.

(4601) σιγαω, sigao [see-gah'-o]

from σιγη - sige σιγη; to keep silent (transitively or intransitively):--keep close (secret, silence), hold peace.

(4602) σιγη, sige [see-gay']

apparently from sizo (to hiss, i.e. hist or hush); silence:--silence. Compare σιωπαω - siopao σιωπαω.

(4603) σιδηρεος, sidereos [sid-ay'-reh-os]

from σιδηρος - sideros σιδηρος; made of iron:--(of) iron.

(4604) σιδηρος, sideros [sid'-ay-ros]

of uncertain derivation; iron:--iron.

(4605) Σιδων, Sidon [sid-one']

of Hebrew origin (Tsiydown Tsiydown); Sidon (i.e. Tsidon), a place in Palestine:--Sidon.

(4606) Σιδωνιος, Sidonios [sid-o'-nee-os]

from Σιδων - Sidon Σιδων; a Sidonian, i.e. inhabitant of Sidon:--of Sidon.

(4607) σικαριος, sikarios [sik-ar'-ee-os]

of Latin origin; a dagger-man or assassin; a freebooter (Jewish fanatic outlawed by the Romans):--murderer. Compare φονεψς - phoneus φονεψς.

(4608) σικερα, sikera [sik'-er-ah]

of Hebrew origin (shekar shekar); an intoxicant, i.e. intensely fermented liquor:--strong drink.

(4609) Σιλας, Silas [see'-las]

contraction for Σιλοψανος - Silouanos Σιλοψανος; Silas, a Christian:--Silas.

(4610) Σιλοψανος, Silouanos [sil-oo-an-os']

of Latin origin; "silvan"; Silvanus, a Christian:--Silvanus. Compare Σιλας - Silas Σιλας.

(4611) Σιλωαμ, Siloam [sil-o-am']

of Hebrew origin (Shiloach Shiloach); Siloam (i.e. Shiloach), a pool of Jerusalem:--Siloam.

(4612) σιμικινθιον, simikinthion [sim-ee-kin'-thee-on]

of Latin origin; a semicinctium or half-girding, i.e. narrow covering (apron):--apron.

(4613) Σιμων, Simon [see'-mone]

of Hebrew origin (Shim`own Shim`own); Simon (i.e. Shimon), the name of nine Israelites:--Simon. Compare Σψμεων - Sumeon Σψμεων.

(4614) Σινα, Sina [see-nah']

of Hebrew origin (Ciynay Ciynay); Sina (i.e. Sinai), a mountain in Arabia:--Sina.

(4615) σιναπι, sinapi [sin'-ap-ee]

perhaps from sinomai (to hurt, i.e. sting); mustard (the plant):--mustard.

(4616) σινδων, sindon [sin-done']

of uncertain (perhaps foreign) origin; byssos, i.e. bleached linen (the cloth or a garment of it):--(fine) linen (cloth).

(4617) σινιαζω, siniazo [sin-ee-ad'-zo]

from sinion (a sieve); to riddle (figuratively):--sift.

(4618) σιτεψτος, siteutos [sit-yoo-ros']

from a derivative of σιτος - sitos σιτος; grain-fed, i.e. fattened:--fatted.