Greek1673. Hellenikos -- Hellenic, ie Grecian (in language) ...
Part of Speech: Adjective Transliteration: Hellenikos Phonetic Spelling:
(hel-lay-nee-kos') Short Definition: Greek
, the Greek language
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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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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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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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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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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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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 ...
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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
... b. The great frequency of the cognate accusative in the LXX is due to the fact that
here the genius of the Hebrew and of the Greek language coincides. ...
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... with great frequency and it is noted by scholars that these quotations are often
not taken from the Septuagint, the version into the Greek language, in which ...
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Preface to the "Divine Names. "
... The Greek language is moulded in a marvellous manner to express the newly revealed
Christian Faith in its most exalted form, in a style which Daillé confesses ...
/.../dionysius/dionysis on divine names/preface to the divine names.htm
... best college "Arsakeion" exclusive institution for girls in Athens, Greece; and
she was well qualified to teach the Ancient and Modern Greek language as well ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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... The Greek language lived long and died slowly, and the Christian hymn
writers wrote in its decadence. It was then an instrument ...
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Missions of the Ninth and Tenth Centuries
... These missionaries went about their work in a different way from what was common;
for it had been usual for the Greek clergy to use the Greek language, and for ...
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ATS Bible DictionaryThe Greek Language
Is the original language of all the books of the New Testament, except perhaps the gospel by Matthew; but the sacred authors have followed that style of writing which was used by the Hellenists, or Grecizing Hebrews, adopting many idioms and turns of speech from the Syriac and Hebrew languages, very different from the classical style of the Greek writers. They were also obliged to make use of some new words, and new applications of old words, to express religious ideas before unknown to the Greeks, and for which they had no proper expression. After Alexander the great, Greek became the language best known throughout the East, and was generally used in commerce. As the sacred authors had in view the conversion not only of the Jews, then scattered throughout the East, but of the Gentiles also, it was natural for them to write to them in Greek, that being a language to which all were of necessity accustomed.
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