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1673. Hellenikos -- Hellenic, ie Grecian (in language)
... Part of Speech: Adjective Transliteration: Hellenikos Phonetic Spelling:
(hel-lay-nee-kos') Short Definition: Greek, the Greek language Definition: Greek, ...
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1676. Hellenisti -- in Greek
... in Greek. Part of Speech: Adverb Transliteration: Hellenisti Phonetic Spelling:
(hel-lay-nis-tee') Short Definition: in the Greek language Definition: in the ...
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148. aischrologia -- abusive language
... language NASB Word Usage abusive speech (1). filthy communication, obscene speech.
From aischros and logos; vile conversation -- filthy communication. see GREEK ...
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1258. dialektos -- speech, language
... language, tongue. From dialegomai; a (mode of) discourse, ie "dialect" -- language,
tongue. see GREEK dialegomai. (dialekto) -- 6 Occurrences. 1257, 1258. ...
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1444. Hebraikos -- Hebrew, the Jewish language.
... Word Origin from Eber Definition Hebrew, the Jewish language. Hebrew. From Eber;
Hebraic or the Jewish language -- Hebrew. see GREEK Eber. 1443, 1444. ...
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915. barbaros -- barbarous, barbarian
... uncivilized" person, cf. Ro 1:14). 915 () is specifically used for all (),
ie anyone not adopting the Greek language (culture); a non-. ...
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1446. Hebrais -- Hebrew, the Aramaic vernacular of Pal.
... NASB Word Usage Hebrew (3). Hebrew. From Eber; the Hebraistic (Hebrew) or Jewish
(Chaldee) language -- Hebrew. see GREEK Eber. (ebraidi) -- 3 Occurrences. ...
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4515. Rhomaisti -- in Latin
... Latin. Adverb from a presumed derivative of Rhome; Romaistically, ie In the Latin
language -- Latin. see GREEK Rhome. (romaisti) -- 1 Occurrence. 4514, 4515. ...
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2084. heteroglossos -- of another tongue
... er-og'-loce-sos) Short Definition: speaking another language Definition: speaking
another language; subst: one who speaks another language. ... see GREEK heteros. ...
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5456. phone -- a voice, sound
... a tone (articulate, bestial or artificial); by implication, an address (for any
purpose), saying or language -- noise, sound, voice. see GREEK phaino. ...
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Language of the New Testament. 1 in the Character of the Original ...
... of Him who sees the end from the beginning, that the writers of the Old Testament
found the Hebrew, and those of the New Testament the Greek language ready at ...
/.../barrows/companion to the bible/chapter xxiv language of the.htm

He Delighted in Latin Studies and the Empty Fables of the Poets ...
... Book I. Chapter XIII."He Delighted in Latin Studies and the Empty Fables of the
Poets, But Hated the Elements of Literature and the Greek Language. 20. ...
/.../the confessions and letters of st/chapter xiii he delighted in latin.htm

... Further, as the descendants of old soldiers, they can scarcely be regarded
as the called watchmen of Greek custom and language.". II. ...
// decretals/elucidations 2.htm

Introduction to Ancient Syriac Documents.
... The Hellenization made rapid strides, but not in such a manner that the Greek language
or Greek culture spread to a considerable degree; but rather, in such a ...
/.../unknown/the decretals/introduction to ancient syriac documents.htm

On the Greek Translation of the Old Testament.
... It is said that the Scriptures both of the law and of the prophets were translated
from the dialect of the Hebrews into the Greek language in the reign of ...
/.../clement/the stromata or miscellanies/chapter xxii on the greek translation.htm

... study of it. The writers are not poets in the true sense, and their language
is not Greek as we have known it. None of the hymn ...
// of the holy eastern church/viii.htm

... But as classical Greek died out from being a spoken language,"as new trains of thought
were familiarized,"as new words were coined,"a versification ...
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Of Evil-Speaking in General.
... It is otherwise in Scripture termed [Greek], to rail or revile, (to use bitter and
ignominious language); [Greek], to speak contumeliously; [Greek], to bring ...
/.../barrow/sermons on evil-speaking by isaac barrow/of evil-speaking in general.htm

Two Famous Versions of the Scriptures
... Gradually, as the years passed, the Greek language spread to other nations, until
at last it became, as we have seen, the leading language of the world. ...
/.../duff/the bible in its making/chapter vii two famous versions.htm

The Four Gospels.
... does not adhere to the text so closely as to render it verbatim into Greek; but
chooses to express the same in perspicuous and intelligible language."--Davidson ...
/.../jerome/the principal works of st jerome/the four gospels.htm

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Luke 23:38
And a superscription also was written over him in letters of Greek, and Latin, and Hebrew, THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWS.
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Acts 21:37
And as Paul was to be led into the castle, he said to the chief captain, May I speak to you? Who said, Can you speak Greek?
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Language of all Mankind One at First

Language of some Nations Difficult

Language of the New Testament

Language: Ancient Kingdoms often Comprehended Nations of Different

Language: Ashdod

Language: Called: Speech

Language: Called: Tongue

Language: Chaldee

Language: Confusion of

Language: Confusion of a Punishment for Presumption

Language: Confusion of Divided Men Into Separated Nations

Language: Confusion of Originated the Varieties In

Language: Confusion of Scattered Men Over the Earth

Language: Dialects of the Jews

Language: Egyptian

Language: Gift of

Language: Great Variety of, Spoken by Men

Language: Greek

Language: Interpretation of a Gift of the Holy Spirit

Language: Interpretation of Antiquity of Engaging Persons For

Language: Interpretation of Most Important in the Early Church

Language: Interpretation of The Jews Punished by Being Given up to People of a Strange

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Arabic

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Chaldea

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Egyptian

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Greek

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Hebrew

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Latin

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Lycaonian

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Syriack

Language: Latin

Language: Lycaonian

Language: Many Spoken at Jerusalem

Language: Parthian and Other Lands

Language: Power of Speaking Different: A Gift of the Holy Spirit

Language: Power of Speaking Different: A Sign to Unbelievers

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Ceased when the Written Bible Completed

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Conferred by Laying on of the Apostles' Hands

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Followed Receiving the Gospel

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Given on the Day of Pentecost

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Necessary to Spread of the Gospel

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Promised

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Sometimes Abused

Language: Speaking in Inspired "Tongues" Forbidden

Language: Syrian

Language: The Term Barbarian Applied to Those Who Spoke a Strange

Language: Unity of

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