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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words

20 terms and definitions for "K"

  • Keep, Keeping

    A — 1: τηρέω (Strong's #5083 — Verb — tereo — tay-reh'-o ) denotes (a) "to watch over, preserve, keep, watch," e.g., Acts 12:5,6; 16:23; in ...

  • Keeper

    1: φύλαξ (Strong's #5441 — Noun Masculine — phulax — foo'-lax ) akin to A, No. 4, above, "a guard:" see GUARD. Note: For tereo, in Matt...

  • Key

    1: κλείς (Strong's #2807 — Noun Feminine — kleis — klice ) "a key," is used metaphorically (a) of "the keys of the kingdom of heaven," which the Lo...

  • Kick

    1: λακτίζω (Strong's #2979 — Verb — laktizo — lak-tid'-zo ) "to kick" (from lax, an adverb signifying "with the foot"), is used in Acts ...

  • Kid

    * For KID see GOAT ...

  • Kill

    1: ἀποκτείνω (Strong's #615 — Verb — apokteino — ap-ok-ti'-no ) "to kill," is used (a) physically, e.g., Matthew 10:28; 14:5 ...

  • Kin, Kinsfolk, Kinsman, Kinswoman

    A — 1: συγγενής (Strong's #4773 — Adjective — sungenes — soong-ghen-ace' ) primarily denoting "congenital, natural, innate" (su...

  • Kind

    1: γένος (Strong's #1085 — Noun Neuter — genos — ghen'-os ) akin to ginomai, "to become," denotes (a) "a family," Acts 4:6 , "kindred;" Acts 7:13...

  • Kind, Kind, Kindly, Kindness

    A — 1: χρηστός (Strong's #5543 — Adjective — chrestos — khrase-tos' ) "serviceable, good, pleasant" (of things), "good, gracious, ki...

  • Kindle

    1: ἅπτω (Strong's #681 — Verb — hapto — hap'-to ) properly, "to fasten to," is used in Acts 28:2 (in the most authentic mss., some mss. have No. 3), of...

  • Kindred

    1: συγγένεια (Strong's #4772 — Noun Feminine — sungeneia — soong-ghen'-i-ah ) primarily denotes "kinship;" then, "kinsfolk, kin...

  • King

    A — 1: βασιλεύς (Strong's #935 — Noun Masculine — basileus — bas-il-yooce' ) "a king" (cp. Eng., "Basil"), e.g., Matthew 1:6 ,...

  • Kingdom

    1: βασιλεία (Strong's #932 — Noun Feminine — basileia — bas-il-i'-ah ) is primarily an abstract noun, denoting "sovereignty, royal p...

  • Kinsfolk and Kinsman

    * For KINSFOLK and KINSMAN see KIN ...

  • Kiss

    A — 1: φίλημα (Strong's #5370 — Noun Neuter — philema — fil'-ay-mah ) "a kiss" (akin to B), Luke 7:45; 22:48 , was a token of Christian ...

  • Knee

    1: γόνυ (Strong's #1119 — Noun Neuter — gonu — gon-oo' ) "a knee" (Latin, genu), is used (a) metaphorically in Hebrews 12:12 , where the duty enjoined ...

  • Kneel

    1: γονυπετέω (Strong's #1120 — Verb — gonupeteo — gon-oo-pet-eh'-o ) denotes "to bow the knees, kneel," from gonu (see above) a...

  • Knit Together

    1: συμβιβάζω (Strong's #4822 — Verb — sumbibazo — soom-bib-ad'-zo ) signifies "to cause to coalesce, to join or knit together,"...

  • Knock

    1: κρούω (Strong's #2925 — Verb — krouo — kroo'-o ) "to strike, knock," is used in the NT of "knocking" at a door, (a) literally, Luke 12:36; Act...

  • Know, Known, Knowledge, Unknown

    A — 1: γινώσκω (Strong's #1097 — Verb — ginosko — ghin-oce'-ko ) signifies "to be taking in knowledge, to come to know, recognize, u...