Strong's Greek Dictionary (KJV)

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(896) Βααλ, Baal [bah'-al]

of Hebrew origin (Ba`al Ba`al); Baal, a Phoenician deity (used as a symbol of idolatry):--Baal.

(897) Βαβψλων, Babulon [bab-oo-lone']

of Hebrew origin (Babel Babel); Babylon, the capitol of Chaldaea (literally or figuratively (as a type of tyranny)):-- Babylon.

(898) βαθμος, bathmos [bath-mos']

from the same as βαθος - bathos βαθος; a step, i.e. (figuratively) grade (of dignity):--degree.

(899) βαθος, bathos [bath'-os]

from the same as βαθψς - bathus βαθψς; profundity, i.e. (by implication) extent; (figuratively) mystery:--deep(-ness, things), depth.

(900) βαθψνω, bathuno [bath-oo'-no]

from βαθψς - bathus βαθψς; to deepen:--deep.

(901) βαθψς, bathus [bath-oos']

from the base of βασις - basis βασις; profound (as going down), literally or figuratively:--deep, very early.

(902) βαιον, baion [bah-ee'-on]

a diminutive of a derivative probably of the base of βασις - basis βασις; a palm twig (as going out far):--branch.

(903) Βαλααμ, Balaam [bal-ah-am']

of Hebrew origin (Bil`am Bil`am); Balaam, a Mesopotamian (symbolic of a false teacher):--Balaam.

(904) Βαλακ, Balak [bal-ak']

of Hebrew origin (Balaq Balaq); Balak, a Moabite:--Balac.

(905) βαλαντιον, balantion [bal-an'-tee-on]

probably remotely from βαλλω - ballo βαλλω (as a depository); a pouch (for money):--bag, purse.

(906) βαλλω, ballo [bal'-lo]

a primary verb; to throw (in various applications, more or less violent or intense):--arise, cast (out), X dung, lay, lie, pour, put (up), send, strike, throw (down), thrust. Compare ριπτω - rhipto ριπτω.

(907) βαπτιζω, baptizo [bap-tid'-zo]

from a derivative of βαπτω - bapto βαπτω; to immerse, submerge; to make whelmed (i.e. fully wet); used only (in the New Testament) of ceremonial ablution, especially (technically) of the ordinance of Christian baptism:--Baptist, baptize, wash.

(908) βαπτισμα, baptisma [bap'-tis-mah]

from βαπτιζω - baptizo βαπτιζω; baptism (technically or figuratively):--baptism.

(909) βαπτισμος, baptismos [bap-tis-mos']

from βαπτιζω - baptizo βαπτιζω; ablution (ceremonial or Christian):--baptism, washing.

(910) Βαπτιστης, Baptistes [bap-tis-tace']

from βαπτιζω - baptizo βαπτιζω; a baptizer, as an epithet of Christ's forerunner:--Baptist.

(911) βαπτω, bapto [bap'-to]

a primary verb; to whelm, i.e. cover wholly with a fluid; in the New Testament only in a qualified or special sense, i.e. (literally) to moisten (a part of one's person), or (by implication) to stain (as with dye):--dip.

(912) Βαραββας, Barabbas [bar-ab-bas']

of Chaldee origin (1347 and 'Abagtha' 'Abagtha'); son of Abba; Bar-abbas, an Israelite:--Barabbas.

(913) Βαρακ, Barak [bar-ak']

of Hebrew origin (Baraq Baraq); Barak, an Israelite:--Barak.

(914) Βαραχιας, Barachias [bar-akh-ee'-as]

of Hebrew origin (Berekyah Berekyah); Barachias (i.e. Berechijah), an Israelite:--Barachias.

(915) βαρβαρος, barbaros [bar'-bar-os]

of uncertain derivation; a foreigner (i.e. non-Greek):--barbarian(-rous).

(916) βαρεω, bareo [bar-eh'-o]

from βαρψς - barus βαρψς; to weigh down (figuratively):--burden, charge, heavy, press.

(917) βαρεως, bareos [bar-eh'-oce]

adverb from βαρψς - barus βαρψς; heavily (figuratively):--dull.

(918) Βαρθολομαιος, Bartholomaios [bar-thol-om-ah'-yos]

of Chaldee origin (1247 and Talmay Talmay); son of Tolmai; Bar-tholomoeus, a Christian apostle:--Bartholomeus.

(919) Βαριησοψς, Bariesous [bar-ee-ay-sooce']

of Chaldee origin (1247 and Yhowshuwa` Yhowshuwa`); son of Jesus (or Joshua); Bar-jesus, an Israelite:--Barjesus.

(920) Βαριωνας, Barionas [bar-ee-oo-nas']

of Chaldee origin (1247 and Yonah Yonah); son of Jonas (or Jonah); Bar-jonas, an Israelite:--Bar-jona.

(921) Βαρναβας, Barnabas [bar-nab'-as]

of Chaldee origin (1247 and nbiy' nbiy'); son of Nabas (i.e. prophecy); Barnabas, an Israelite:--Barnabas.

(922) βαρος, baros [bar'-os]

probably from the same as βασις - basis βασις (through the notion of going down; compare 899); weight; in the New Testament only, figuratively, a load, abundance, authority:--burden(-some), weight.

(923) Βαρσαβας, Barsabas [bar-sab-as']

of Chaldee origin (1247 and probably tsba' tsba'); son of Sabas (or Tsaba); Bar-sabas, the name of two Israelites:--Barsabas.

(924) Βαρτιμαιος, Bartimaios [bar-tim-ah'-yos]

of Chaldee origin (1247 and tame' tame'); son of Timoeus (or the unclean); Bar-timoeus, an Israelite:--Bartimaeus.

(925) βαρψνω, baruno [bar-oo'-no]

from βαρψς - barus βαρψς; to burden (figuratively):--overcharge.

(926) βαρψς, barus [bar-ooce']

from the same as βαρος - baros βαρος; weighty, i.e. (fig) burdensome, grave:--grievous, heavy, weightier.

(927) βαρψτιμος, barutimos [bar-oo'-tim-os]

from βαρψς - barus βαρψς and τιμη - time τιμη; highly valuable:--very precious.

(928) βασανιζω, basanizo [bas-an-id'-zo]

from βασανος - basanos βασανος; to torture:--pain, toil, torment, toss, vex.

(929) βασανισμος, basanismos [bas-an-is-mos']

from βασανιζω - basanizo βασανιζω; torture:--torment.

(930) βασανιστης, basanistes [bas-an-is-tace']

from βασανιζω - basanizo βασανιζω; a torturer:--tormentor.

(931) βασανος, basanos [bas'-an-os]

perhaps remotely from the same as βασις - basis βασις (through the notion of going to the bottom); a touch-stone, i.e. (by analogy) torture:--torment.

(932) βασιλεια, basileia [bas-il-i'-ah]

from βασιλεψς - basileus βασιλεψς; properly, royalty, i.e. (abstractly) rule, or (concretely) a realm (literally or figuratively):--kingdom, + reign.

(933) βασιλειον, basileion [bas-il'-i-on]

neuter of βασιλειος - basileios βασιλειος; a palace:--king's court.

(934) βασιλειος, basileios [bas-il'-i-os]

from βασιλεψς - basileus βασιλεψς; kingly (in nature):--royal.

(935) βασιλεψς, basileus [bas-il-yooce']

probably from βασις - basis βασις (through the notion of a foundation of power); a sovereign (abstractly, relatively, or figuratively):--king.

(936) βασιλεψω, basileuo [bas-il-yoo'-o]

from βασιλεψς - basileus βασιλεψς; to rule (literally or figuratively):--king, reign.

(937) βασιλικος, basilikos [bas-il-ee-kos']

from βασιλεψς - basileus βασιλεψς; regal (in relation), i.e. (literally) belonging to (or befitting) the sovereign (as land, dress, or a courtier), or (figuratively) preeminent:--king's, nobleman, royal.

(938) βασιλισσα, basilissa [bas-il'-is-sah]

feminine from βασιλεψω - basileuo βασιλεψω; a queen:--queen.

(939) βασις, basis [bas'-ece]

from baino (to walk); a pace ("base"), i.e. (by implication) the foot:--foot.

(940) βασκαινω, baskaino [bas-kah'-ee-no]

akin to φασκω - phasko φασκω; to malign, i.e. (by extension) to fascinate (by false representations):--bewitch.

(941) βασταζω, bastazo [bas-tad'-zo]

perhaps remotely derived from the base of βασις - basis βασις (through the idea of removal); to lift, literally or figuratively (endure, declare, sustain, receive, etc.):--bear, carry, take up.

(942) βατος, batos [bat'-os]

of uncertain derivation; a brier shrub:--bramble, bush.

(943) βατος, batos [bat'-os]

of Hebrew origin (bath bath); a bath, or measure for liquids:--measure.

(944) βατραχος, batrachos [bat'-rakh-os]

of uncertain derivation; a frog:--frog.

(945) βαττολογεω, battologeo [bat-tol-og-eh'-o]

from Battos (a proverbial stammerer) and λογος - logos λογος; to stutter, i.e. (by implication) to prate tediously:--use vain repetitions.

(946) βδελψγμα, bdelugma [bdel'-oog-mah]

from βδελψσσω - bdelusso βδελψσσω; a detestation, i.e. (specially) idolatry:--abomination.

(947) βδελψκτος, bdeluktos [bdel-ook-tos']

from βδελψσσω - bdelusso βδελψσσω; detestable, i.e. (specially) idolatrous:--abominable.

(948) βδελψσσω, bdelusso [bdel-oos'-so]

from a (presumed) derivative of bdeo (to stink); to be disgusted, i.e. (by implication) detest (especially of idolatry):--abhor, abominable.

(949) βεβαιος, bebaios [beb'-ah-yos]

from the base of βασις - basis βασις (through the idea of basality); stable (literally or figuratively):--firm, of force, stedfast, sure.

(950) βεβαιοω, bebaioo [beb-ah-yo'-o]

from βεβαιος - bebaios βεβαιος; to stabilitate (figuratively):--confirm, (e-)stablish.

(951) βεβαιωσις, bebaiosis [beb-ah'-yo-sis]

from βεβαιοω - bebaioo βεβαιοω; stabiliment:--confirmation.

(952) βεβηλος, bebelos [beb'-ay-los]

from the base of βασις - basis βασις and belos (a threshold); accessible (as by crossing the door-way), i.e. (by implication, of Jewish notions) heathenish, wicked:--profane (person).

(953) βεβηλοω, bebeloo [beb-ay-lo'-o]

from βεβηλος - bebelos βεβηλος; to desecrate:--profane.

(954) Βεελζεβοψλ, Beelzeboul [beh-el-zeb-ool']

of Chaldee origin (by parody on Ba`al Zbuwb Ba`al Zbuwb); dung-god; Beelzebul, a name of Satan:--Beelzebub.

(955) Βελιαλ, Belial [bel-ee'-al]

of Hebrew origin (bliya`al bliya`al); worthlessness; Belial, as an epithet of Satan:--Belial.

(956) βελος, belos [bel'-os]

from βαλλω - ballo βαλλω; a missile, i.e. spear or arrow:--dart.

(957) βελτιον, beltion [bel-tee'-on]

neuter of a compound of a derivative of βαλλω - ballo βαλλω (used for the comparative of 18); better:--very well.

(958) Βενιαμιν, Beniamin [ben-ee-am-een']

of Hebrew origin (Binyamiyn Binyamiyn); Benjamin, an Israelite:--Benjamin.

(959) Βερνικη, Bernike [ber-nee'-kay]

from a provincial form of φερω - phero φερω and νικη - nike νικη; victorious; Bernice, a member of the Herodian family:--Bernice.

(960) Βεροια, Beroia [ber'-oy-ah]

perhaps a provincial from a derivative of περαν - peran περαν (Peroea, i.e. the region beyond the coast-line); Beroea, a place in Macedonia:--Berea.

(961) Βεροιαιος, Beroiaios [ber-oy-ah'-yos]

from Βεροια - Beroia Βεροια; a Beroeoean or native of Beroea:--of Berea.

(962) Βηθαβαρα, Bethabara [bay-thab-ar-ah']

of Hebrew origin (1004 and `abarah `abarah); ferry-house; Bethabara (i.e. Bethabarah), a place on the Jordan:--Bethabara.

(963) Βηθανια, Bethania [bay-than-ee'-ah]

of Chaldee origin; date-house; Beth-any, a place in Palestine:--Bethany.

(964) Βηθεσδα, Bethesda [bay-thes-dah']

of Chaldee origin (compare βορβορος - borboros βορβορος and checed checed); house of kindness; Beth-esda, a pool in Jerusalem:--Bethesda.

(965) Βηθλεεμ, Bethleem [bayth-leh-em']

of Hebrew origin (Beyth l-`Aphrah Beyth l-`Aphrah); Bethleem (i.e. Beth-lechem), a place in Palestine:--Bethlehem.

(966) Βηθσαιδα, Bethsaida [bayth-sahee-dah']

of Chaldee origin (compare βορβορος - borboros βορβορος and tsayad tsayad); fishing-house; Bethsaida, a place in Palestine:--Bethsaida.

(967) Βηθφαγη, Bethphage [bayth-fag-ay']

of Chaldee origin (compare βορβορος - borboros βορβορος and pag pag); fig-house; Beth-phage, a place in Palestine:--Bethphage.

(968) βημα, bema [bay'-ma]

from the base of βασις - basis βασις; a step, i.e. foot-breath; by implication, a rostrum, i.e. a tribunal:--judgment-seat, set (foot) on, throne.

(969) βερψλλος, berullos [bay'-rool-los]

of uncertain derivation; a "beryl":--beryl.

(970) βια, bia [bee'-ah]

probably akin to βια - bia βια (through the idea of vital activity); force:--violence.

(971) βιαζω, biazo [bee-ad'-zo]

from βιος - bios βιος; to force, i.e. (reflexively) to crowd oneself (into), or (passively) to be seized:--press, suffer violence.

(972) βιαιος, biaios [bee'-ah-yos]

from βια - bia βια; violent:--mighty.

(973) βιαστης, biastes [bee-as-tace']

from βιαζω - biazo βιαζω; a forcer, i.e. (figuratively) energetic:--violent.

(974) βιβλιαριδιον, bibliaridion [bib-lee-ar-id'-ee-on]

a diminutive of βιβλιον - biblion βιβλιον; a booklet:--little book.

(975) βιβλιον, biblion [bib-lee'-on]

a diminutive of βιβλος - biblos βιβλος; a roll:--bill, book, scroll, writing.

(976) βιβλος, biblos [bib'-los]

properly, the inner bark of the papyrus plant, i.e. (by implication) a sheet or scroll of writing:--book.

(977) βιβρωσκω, bibrosko [bib-ro'-sko]

a reduplicated and prolonged form of an obsolete primary verb (perhaps causative of 1006); to eat:--eat.

(978) Βιθψνια, Bithunia [bee-thoo-nee'-ah]

of uncertain derivation; Bithynia, a region of Asia:--Bithynia.

(979) βιος, bios [bee'-os]

a primary word; life, i.e. (literally) the present state of existence; by implication, the means of livelihood:--good, life, living.

(980) βιοω, bioo [bee-o'-o]

from βιος - bios βιος; to spend existence:--live.

(981) βιωσις, biosis [bee'-o-sis]

from βιοω - bioo βιοω; living (properly, the act, by implication, the mode):--manner of life.

(982) βιωτικος, biotikos [bee-o-tee-kos']

from a derivative of βιοω - bioo βιοω; relating to the present existence:--of (pertaining to, things that pertain to) this life.

(983) βλαβερος, blaberos [blab-er-os']

from βλαπτω - blapto βλαπτω; injurious:--hurtful.

(984) βλαπτω, blapto [blap'-to]

a primary verb; properly, to hinder, i.e. (by implication) to injure:--hurt.

(985) βλαστανω, blastano [blas-tan'-o]

from blastos (a sprout); to germinate; by implication, to yield fruit:--bring forth, bud, spring (up).

(986) Βλαστος, Blastos [blas'-tos]

perhaps the same as the base of βλαστανω - blastano βλαστανω; Blastus, an officer of Herod Agrippa:--Blastus.

(987) βλασφημεω, blasphemeo [blas-fay-meh'-o]

from βλασφημος - blasphemos βλασφημος; to vilify; specially, to speak impiously:--(speak) blaspheme(-er, -mously, -my), defame, rail on, revile, speak evil.

(988) βλασφημια, blasphemia [blas-fay-me'-ah]

from βλασφημος - blasphemos βλασφημος; vilification (especially against God):--blasphemy, evil speaking, railing.

(989) βλασφημος, blasphemos [blas'-fay-mos]

from a derivative of βλαπτω - blapto βλαπτω and φημη - pheme φημη; scurrilious, i.e. calumnious (against men), or (specially) impious (against God):--blasphemer(-mous), railing.

(990) βλεμμα, blemma [blem'-mah]

from βλεπω - blepo βλεπω; vision (properly concrete; by implication, abstract):--seeing.

(991) βλεπω, blepo [blep'-o]

a primary verb; to look at (literally or figuratively):--behold, beware, lie, look (on, to), perceive, regard, see, sight, take heed. Compare οπτανομαι - optanomai οπτανομαι.

(992) βλητεος, bleteos [blay-teh'-os]

from βαλλω - ballo βαλλω; fit to be cast (i.e. applied):--must be put.

(993) Βοανεργες, Boanerges [bo-an-erg-es']

of Chaldee origin (1123 and rgaz rgaz); sons of commotion; Boanerges, an epithet of two of the apostles:--Boanerges.

(994) βοαω, boao [bo-ah'-o]

apparently a prolonged form of a primary verb; to halloo, i.e. shout (for help or in a tumultuous way):--cry.

(995) βοη, boe [bo-ay']

from βοαω - boao βοαω; a halloo, i.e. call (for aid, etc.):--cry.

(996) βοηθεια, boetheia [bo-ay'-thi-ah]

from βοηθος - boethos βοηθος; aid; specially, a rope or chain for frapping a vessel:--help.