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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words

153 terms and definitions for "W"

  • Wag

    1: κινέω (Strong's #2795 — Verb — kineo — kin-eh'-o ) "to move," is used of those who mocked the Lord at His crucifixion, nodding their heads in th...

  • Wages

    1: ὀψώνιον (Strong's #3800 — Noun Neuter — opsonion — op-so'-nee-on ) for which see CHARGE , A, No. 5, denotes (a) "soldiers' pay," Luk...

  • Wail, Wailing

    * Notes: (1) For alalazo, rendered "to wail" in Mark 5:38 , see CLANGING. (2) For kopto, rendered "to wail" in Revelation 1:7 , AV (RV, "shall mourn") and Revelation 18:9 , RV, "wail" (AV, "lament...

  • Wait

    1: ἐκδέχομαι (Strong's #1551 — Verb — ekdechomai — ek-dekh'-om-ahee ) for which see EXPECT , No. 1, is rendered "to wait" in ...

  • Wake

    1: γρηγορέω (Strong's #1127 — Verb — gregoreo — gray-gor-yoo'-o ) translated "wake" in 1 Thessalonians 5:10 , is rendered "watch" i...

  • Walk

    1: περιπατέω (Strong's #4043 — Verb — peripateo — per-ee-pat-eh'-o ) is used (a) physically, in the Synoptic Gospels (except M...

  • Wall

    1: τεῖχος (Strong's #5038 — Noun Neuter — teichos — ti'-khos ) "a wall," especially one around a town, is used (a) literally, Acts 9:25; 2 C...

  • Wallet

    1: πήρα (Strong's #4082 — Noun Feminine — pera — pay'-rah ) "a traveler's leather bag or pouch for holding provisions," is translated "wallet" in the RV...

  • Wallow

    A — 1: κυλίω (Strong's #2947 — Verb — kulio — koo-lee-o'-o ) in the Active Voice denotes "to roll, roll along;" in the Middle Voice in Mark 9...

  • Wander

    A — 1: πλανάω (Strong's #4105 — Verb — planao — plan-ah'-o ) for which see DECEIT , C, No. 6, is translated "to wander" in Hebrews 11:38...

  • Want

    A — 1: ὑστέρησις (Strong's #5304 — Noun Feminine — husteresis — hoos-ter'-ay-sis ) akin to B, No. 1 (below), occurs in M...

  • Wantonness, Wanton, Wantonly

    A — 1: ἀσέλγεια (Strong's #766 — Noun Feminine — aselgeia — as-elg'-i-a ) "lasciviousness, licentiousness," is rendered "wanto...

  • War

    A — 1: πολεμέω (Strong's #4170 — Verb — polemeo — pol-em-eh'-o ) (Eng., "polemics"), "to fight, to make war," is used (a) literally,...

  • Ward

    1: φυλακή (Strong's #5438 — Noun Feminine — phulake — foo-lak-ay' ) "a guard," is used of the place where persons are kept under guard (akin t...

  • Ware of

    1: φυλάσσω (Strong's #5442 — Verb — phulasso — foo-las'-so ) denotes "to guard, watch;" in 2 Timothy 4:15 , "of (whom) be thou ware" (Mi...

  • Warfare

    1: στρατιά (Strong's #4756 — Noun Feminine — strateia[-tia] — strat-ee'-ah ) primarily "a host or army," came to denote "a warfare," and ...

  • Warm

    1: θερμαίνω (Strong's #2328 — Verb — thermaino — ther-mah'ee-no ) "to warm, heat" (Eng. "thermal," etc.), when used in the Middle Vo...

  • Warn

    1: νουθετέω (Strong's #3560 — Verb — noutheteo — noo-thet-eh'-o ) "to put in mind, warn," is translated "to warn" in the AV, in the ...

  • Was, Wast, Were, Wert

    * Note: When not part of another verb, or phrase, these translate eimi, "to be," e.g., Matthew 1:18 , or the following: (a) ginomai, "to become," e.g., Matthew 8:26; (b) huparcho, "to exist," especi...

  • Wash

    1: νίπτω (Strong's #3538 — Verb — nipto — nip'-to ) is chiefly used of "washing part of the body," John 13:5,6,8 (twice, figuratively in 2nd claus...

  • Washing

    1: βαπτισμός (Strong's #909 — Noun Masculine — baptismos — bap-tis-mos' ) denotes "the act of washing, ablution," with special ...

  • Waste

    A — 1: ἀπώλεια (Strong's #684 — Noun Feminine — apoleia — ap-o'-li-a ) "destruction," is translated "waste" in Matthew 26:8; Mark...

  • Watch, Watchers, Watchful, Watchings

    A — 1: φυλακή (Strong's #5438 — Noun Feminine — phulake — foo-lak-ay' ) is used (a) with the meaning "a watch," actively, "a guarding," ...

  • Water Watering, Waterless

    A — 1: ὕδωρ (Strong's #5204 — Noun Neuter — hudor — ) whence Eng. prefix, "hydro-," is used (a) of the natural element, frequently in the Gospels;...

  • Waterpot

    1: ὑδρία (Strong's #5201 — Noun Feminine — hudria — hoo-dree-ah' ) occurs in John 2:6,7; 4:28 . ...

  • Wave

    1: κῦμα (Strong's #2949 — Noun Neuter — kuma — koo'-mah ) from kuo, "to be pregnant, to swell," is used (a) literally in the plural, Matthew 8:24; 14:2...

  • Waver, Wavering

    A — 1: ἀκλινής (Strong's #186 — Adjective — aklines — ak-lee-nace' ) "without bending" (a, negative, klino, "to bend"), occurs in ...

  • Wax

    1: προκόπτω (Strong's #4298 — Verb — prokopto — prok-op'-to ) for which see ADVANCE , is rendered "to wax" in 2 Timothy 3:13 . 2...

  • Way

    1: ὁδός (Strong's #3598 — Noun Feminine — hodos — hod-os' ) denotes (a) "a natural path, road, way," frequent in the Synoptic Gospels; elsewhere, e.g.,...

  • We

    * Note: When this is not part of the translation of a verb or phrase, it stands for some case of hemeis, the plural of ego, "I;" this separate use of the pronoun is always emphatic. For "we ourselves,...

  • Weak, Weakened, Weaker, Weakness

    A — 1: ἀσθενής (Strong's #772 — Adjective — asthenes — as-then-ace' ) lit., "strengthless" (see IMPOTENT), is translated "weak," (a...

  • Wealth

    1: εὐπορία (Strong's #2142 — Noun Feminine — euporia — yoo-por-ee'-ah ) primarily "facility" (eu, "well," poros, "a passage"), hence "pl...

  • Weapons

    1: ὅπλον (Strong's #3696 — Noun Neuter — hoplon — hop'-lon ) always in the plur., is translated "weapons" in John 18:3; 2 Corinthians 10:4 , the ...

  • Wear, Wearing

    A — 1: φορέω (Strong's #5409 — Verb — phoreo — for-eh'-o ) a frequentative form of phero, "to bear," and denoting "repeated or habitual action...

  • Weariness

    * For WEARINESS, 2 Corinthians 11:27 , RV see LABOR , No. 1 ...

  • Weary

    1: κοπιάω (Strong's #2872 — Verb — kopiao — kop-ee-ah'-o ) "to grow weary, be beaten out" (kopos, "a beating, toil"), is used of the Lord in ...

  • Weather

    1: εὐδία (Strong's #2105 — Noun Feminine — eudia — yoo-dee'-ah ) akin to eudios, "calm," denotes "fair weather," Matthew 16:2 . 2: χε...

  • Wedding

    * For WEDDING see MARRIAGE ...

  • Week

    1: σάββατον (Strong's #4521 — Noun Neuter — sabbaton — sab'-bat-on ) is used (a) in the plural in the phrase "the first day of the w...

  • Weep, Weeping

    A — 1: κλαίω (Strong's #2799 — Verb — klaio — klah'-yo ) is used of "any loud expression of grief," especially in mourning for the dead, Matt...

  • Weigh, Weight, Weighty, Weightier

    A — 1: βαρέω (Strong's #916 — Verb — bareo — bar-eh'-o ) "to weigh down," is so rendered in 2 Corinthians 1:8 , RV; see BURDEN , B, No. 1. ...

  • Welcome

    1: ἀποδέχομαι (Strong's #588 — Verb — apodechomai — ap-od-ekh'-om-ahee ) "to receive gladly," is rendered "to welcome" in...

  • Well

    1: καλῶς (Strong's #2573 — Adverb — kalos — kal-oce' ) "finely" (akin to kalos, "good, fair"), is usually translated "well," indicating what is don...

  • Well Pleased

    A — 1: εὐδοκία (Strong's #2107 — Noun Feminine — eudokia — yoo-dok-ee'-ah ) "good pleasure," occurs in the genitive case in Luke 2...

  • Well, Well-Doing

    A — 1: ἀγαθοποιέω (Strong's #15 — Verb — agathopoieo — ag-ath-op-oy-eh'-o ) "to do good" (agathos, "good," poieo, "t...

  • Well-Beloved

    * For WELL-BELOVED see BELOVED ...

  • Well-Nigh

    * Note: This forms part of the translation of sumpleroo, "to fulfill," in Luke 9:51 , "were well-nigh" come (see COME , No. 36), and pleroo, "to fulfill," in Acts 7:23 , "was well-nigh ...," lit., "...

  • Well-Pleasing

    A — 1: εὐάρεστος (Strong's #2101 — Adjective — euarestos — yoo-ar'-es-tos ) is used in Romans 12:1,2 , translated "accep...

  • Went

    * For WENT see GO ...

  • West

    1: δυσμή (Strong's #1424 — Noun Feminine — dusme — doos-may' ) "the quarter of the sun-setting" (dusis, "a sinking, setting;" duno, "to sink"), hen...

  • Wet

    * For WET, Luke 7:38,44 , RV, see WASH , No. 7 ...

  • Whale

    1: κῆτος (Strong's #2785 — Noun Neuter — ketos — kay'-tos ) denotes "a huge fish, a sea monster," Matthew 12:40 . In the Sept., Genesis 1:21; Jo...

  • What

    * Notes: (1) Most frequently this is a translation of some form of the relative pronoun hos or the interrogative tis. (2) Other words are (a) hoios, "of what kind," e.g., 2 Corinthians 10:11 , RV (AV...

  • Whatsoever

    * Note: For this see Notes on words under WHAT. Frequently by the addition of the particle an, or the conjunction ean, "if," the phrase has the more general idea of "whatsoever," e.g., with hos, Matt...

  • Wheat

    * For WHEAT see CORN ...

  • Wheel

    * For WHEEL, James 3:6 , RV, see COURSE , A, No. 4 ...

  • When

    * For WHEN, WHENCE, WHENSOEVER, WHERE, etc., see +, p. 9 ...

  • Wherefore

    * Note: This represents (1) some phrases introduced by the preposition dia, "on account of," dia touto, "on account of this," e.g., Matthew 12:31; Romans 5:12; Ephesians 1:15; 3 John 1:10; dia hen...

  • Wheteher

    * For WHETEHER see +, p. 9 ...

  • Which

    * Notes: (1) This is the translation of (a) the article with nouns, adjectives, numerals, participles, etc., e.g., "that which," etc.; (b) the relative pronoun hos, "who," in one of its forms (a frequ...

  • While, Whiles, Whilst

    * Notes: (1) See LITTLE , B, No. 1. (2) In Matthew 13:21 , proskairos estin, lit., "is for a season," is rendered "dureth (RV, endureth) for a while." (3) Chronos, "time," is rendered "while" in Luk...

  • Whisperer, Whispering

    1: ψιθυριστής (Strong's #5588 — Noun Masculine — psithuristes — psith-oo-ris-tace' ) "a whisperer," occurs in an evil sens...

  • Whit

    * For WHIT see EVERY WHIT and NOTHING, No. 2 ...

  • White

    A — 1: λευκός (Strong's #3022 — Adjective — leukos — lyoo-kos' ) is used of (a) clothing (sometimes in the sense of "bright"), Matthew 1...

  • Whither, Whithersoever

    * For WHITHER, WHITHERSOEVER, see +, p. 9. ...

  • Who, Whom, Whose

    * Notes: These are usually the translations of forms of the relative pronoun hos, or of the interrogative pronoun tis; otherwise of hostis, "whoever," usually of a more general subject than hos, e.g.,...

  • Whole, Wholly, Wholesome

    A — 1: ὅλος (Strong's #3650 — Adjective — holos — hol'-os ) for which see ALL , A, No. 3, and ALTOGETHER, signifies "whole," (a) with a noun, e.g.,...

  • Whore, Whoremonger

    * For WHORE, WHOREMONGER see FORNICATION, HARLOT ...

  • Whoso, Whosoever

    * Note: The same pronouns as those under WHO are used for the above, often with the addition of the particle an and a change of construction when a generalization is expressed. Some texts in Mark 15:...

  • Why

    * For WHY see +, p. 9 ...

  • Wicked

    1: πονηρός (Strong's #4190 — Adjective — poneros — pon-ay-ros' ) for which see BAD , No. 2, EVIL, A and B, No. 2, is translated "wicked" ...

  • Wickedness

    1: πονηρία (Strong's #4189 — Noun Feminine — poneria — pon-ay-ree'-ah ) akin to poneros (see above, No. 1), is always rendered "wickednes...

  • Wide

    * For WIDE see BROAD ...

  • Widow

    : (Strong's # — — — ) Matthew 28:13 (in some texts); Mark 12:40,42,43; Luke 2:37; 4:25,26 , lit., "a woman a widow;" Luke 7:12; 18:3,5; 20:47; 21:2,3; Acts 6:1; 9:39,41; 1...

  • Wife, Wives

    1: γυνή (Strong's #1135 — Noun Feminine — gune — goo-nay' ) denotes (1) "a woman, married or unmarried" (see WOMAN); (2) "a wife," e.g., Matthew 1:20; ...

  • Wild

    1: ἄγριος (Strong's #66 — Adjective — agrios — ag'-ree-os ) denotes (a) "of or in fields" (agros, "a field"), hence, "not domestic," said of h...

  • Wilderness

    1: ἐρημία (Strong's #2047 — Noun Feminine — eremia — er-ay-mee'-ah ) "an uninhabited place," is translated "wilderness" in the AV of Matthew...

  • Wiles

    1: μεθοδεία (Strong's #3180 — Noun Feminine — methodia[-eia] — meth-od-i'-ah ) denotes "craft, deceit" (meta, "after," hodos, "a way...

  • Wilfully, Willfully

    A — 1: ἑκουσίως (Strong's #1596 — Adverb — hekousios — hek-oo-see'-oce ) denotes "voluntarily, willingly," Hebrews 10:26 , (o...

  • Will, Would

    A — 1: θέλημα (Strong's #2307 — Noun Neuter — thelema — thel'-ay-mah ) signifies (a) objectively, "that which is willed, of the will of G...

  • Willing

    A — 1: πρόθυμος (Strong's #4289 — Adjective — prothumos — proth'-oo-mos ) is rendered "willing" in Matthew 26:41; Mark 14:38 ...

  • Willing Mind

    * For WILLING MIND see READINESS ...

  • Willingly

    * Notes: (1) For hekon see WILL , B, No. 1. (2) For hekousios, see WILLFULLY. (3) For Philemon 1:14 see WILLING , A, No. 2. (4) For 2 Peter 3:5 see WILL , C, No. 1. ...

  • Win

    * For WIN see POSSESS , A, No. 2 ...

  • Wind

    1: ἄνεμος (Strong's #417 — Noun Masculine — anemos — an'-em-os ) besides its literal meaning, is used metaphorically in Ephesians 4:14 , of v...

  • Window

    a diminutive of thura, "a door," occurs in Acts 20:9; 2 Corinthians 11:33 . ...

  • Wine

    1: οἶνος (Strong's #3631 — Noun Masculine — oinos — oy'-nos ) is the general word for "wine." The mention of the bursting of the wineskins, Matthe...

  • Winebibber

    1: οἰνοπότης (Strong's #3630 — Noun Masculine — oinopotes — oy-nop-ot'-ace ) "a wine drinker" (oinos, and potes, "a drinker"),...

  • Winebibbings

    * For WINEBIBBINGS see EXCESS, Note (2) ...

  • Winepress, Wine-Vat

    1: ληνός (Strong's #3025 — Noun Feminine — lenos — lay-nos' ) denotes "a through or vat," used especially for the treading of grapes, Matthew 21:3...

  • Wineskins

    * For WINESKINS see SKIN ...

  • Wing

    1: πτέρυξ (Strong's #4420 — Noun Feminine — pterux — pter'-oox ) is used of birds, Matthew 23:37; Luke 13:34; symbolically in Revelation 12...

  • Wink at

    * For WINK AT see OVERLOOK ...

  • Winter

    A — 1: χειμών (Strong's #5494 — Noun Masculine — cheimon — khi-mone' ) denotes "winter," in Matthew 24:20; Mark 13:18; John 10:22; 2 ...

  • Wipe

    1: ἀπομάσσω (Strong's #631 — Verb — apomasso — ap-om-as'-som-ahee ) "to wipe off, wipe clean" (apo, "from," masso, "to touch, handl...

  • Wisdom

    1: σοφία (Strong's #4678 — Noun Feminine — sophia — sof-ee'-ah ) is used with reference to (a) God, Romans 11:33; 1 Corinthians 1:21,24; 2:7; Ep...

  • Wise

    1: οὐ μή (Strong's #3364 — particle — ou me — oo may ) a double negative, expressing an emphatic negation, "by no means," is rendered "in no wise" in ...

  • Wise, Wiser, Wisely

    A — 1: σοφός (Strong's #4680 — Adjective — sophos — sof-os' ) is used of (a) God, Romans 16:27; in 1 Timothy 1:17; Jude 1:25 sophos is abse...

  • Wish

    1: εὔχομαι (Strong's #2172 — Verb — euchomai — yoo'-khom-ahee ) is rendered "to wish" in Acts 27:29 (RV marg., "prayed"); so Romans 9:...

  • Wist

    1: ὡς (Strong's #5613 — Adverb — oida — hoce ) "to know," in the pluperfect tense (with imperfect meaning) is rendered "wist" (the past tense of the verb "to wit:...

  • Wit

    A — 1: ὡς (Strong's #5613 — Adverb — hos — hoce ) a relative adverb signifying "as," or "how," is used in 2 Corinthians 5:19 to introduce the statement "tha...

  • Witchcraft

    * For WITCHCRAFT see SORCERY ...

  • With

    * For WITH see +, p. 9 ...

  • Withal

    1: ἅμα (Strong's #260 — N/A — hama — ham'-ah ) at the same time, is rendered "withal" in Acts 24:26 , RV (AV, "also"); 1 Timothy 5:13 (with kai, "also"); ...

  • Withdraw

    1: ὑποστέλλω (Strong's #5288 — Verb — hupostello — hoop-os-tel'-lo ) is translated "withdraw" in Galatians 2:12 : see DRAW , ...

  • Wither

    1: ξηραίνω (Strong's #3583 — Verb — xeraino — xay-rah'ee-no ) "to dry up, parch, wither," is translated "to wither," (a) of plants, Matt...

  • Withhold

    1: κωλύω (Strong's #2967 — Verb — koluo — ko-loo'-o ) "to hinder, restrain," is translated "withhold (not)" in Luke 6:29 , RV, AV, "forbid (not) t...

  • Within

    * Note: This is a translation of (a) entos: see INSIDE , No. 1; in Luke 17:21 the RV marg., "in the midst of," is to be preferred; the kingdom of God was not in the hearts of the Pharisees; (b) en, "...

  • Without

    * Notes: (1) This is a translation of (a) exo, "outside," e.g., Matthew 12:46,47; "(them that are) without," 1 Corinthians 5:12,13; Colossians 4:5; 1 Thessalonians 4:12 (the unregenerate); Hebre...

  • Withstand

    1: κωλύω (Strong's #2967 — Verb — koluo — ko-loo'-o ) "to hinder," is rendered "withstand" in Acts 11:17 . See FORBID , HINDER. 2: ἀν...

  • Witness

    A — 1: μάρτυς (Strong's #3144 — Noun Masculine — martus | martur — mar'-toos ) (whence Eng., "martyr," one who bears "witness" by his dea...

  • Woe

    1: οὐαί (Strong's #3759 — interjective — ouai — oo-ah'ee ) an interjection, is used (a) in denunciation, Matthew 11:21; 18:7 (twice); eight times in c...

  • Wolf

    1: λύκος (Strong's #3074 — Noun Masculine — lukos — loo'-kos ) occurs in Matthew 10:16; Luke 10:3; John 10:12 (twice); metaphorically, Matthew...

  • Woman

    1: γυνή (Strong's #1135 — Noun Feminine — gune — goo-nay' ) for which see also WIFE , is used of a "woman" unmarried or married, e.g., Matthew 11:11; 1...

  • Womb

    1: κοιλία (Strong's #2836 — Noun Feminine — koilia — koy-lee'-ah ) denotes "the womb," Matthew 19:12; Luke 1:15,41,42,44; 2:21; 11:27; 23:29...

  • Wonder

    1: τέρας (Strong's #5059 — Noun Neuter — teras — ter'-as ) "something strange," causing the beholder to marvel, is always used in the plural, alway...

  • Wonderful

    * Notes: (1) In Matthew 7:22 , AV, dunamis (in the plural) is rendered "wonderful works" (RV, is rendered "wonderful works" (RV, "mighty works," marg., "powers"). See POWER. (2) In Acts 2:11 , AV, ...

  • Wont

    1: ἔθω (Strong's #1486 — Verb — etho — eth'-o ) "to be accustomed," is used in the pluperfect tense (with imperfect meaning), eiotha, rendered "was wont" in ...

  • Wood

    1: ξύλον (Strong's #3586 — Noun Neuter — xulon — xoo'-lon ) denotes "timber, wood for any use" 1 Corinthians 3:12; Revelation 18:12 (twice). See ...

  • Wool

    1: ἔριον (Strong's #2053 — Noun Neuter — erion — er'-ee-on ) occurs in Hebrews 9:19; Revelation 1:14 . ...

  • Word

    1: λόγος (Strong's #3056 — Noun Masculine — logos — log'-os ) denotes (I) "the expression of thought," not the mere name of an object, (a) as embod...

  • Work, Wrought

    A — 1: ἔργον (Strong's #2041 — Noun Neuter — eron — er'-gon ) denotes (I) "work, employment, task," e.g., Mark 13:34; John 4:34; 17:4; Acts...

  • Worker, Workfellow, Fellow Workers, Workman

    1: ἐργάτης (Strong's #2040 — Noun Masculine — ergates — er-gat'-ace ) is translated "workers" in Luke 13:27 ("of iniquity"); 2 Corint...

  • Working

    1: ἐνέργεια (Strong's #1753 — Noun Feminine — energeia — en-erg'-i-ah ) (Eng., "energy") is used (1) of the "power" of God, (a) in ...

  • Workmanship

    * For WORKMANSHIP see MADE, B ...

  • World

    1: κόσμος (Strong's #2889 — Noun Masculine — kosmos — kos'-mos ) primarily "order, arrangement, ornament, adornment" (1 Peter 3:3 , see ADORN ...

  • World Rulers

    * For WORLD RULERS, Ephesians 6:12 , RV, see RULER , No. 3 ...

  • Worldly

    1: κοσμικός (Strong's #2886 — Adjective — kosmikos — kos-mee-kos' ) "pertaining to this world," is used (a) in Hebrews 9:1 , of the...

  • Worm

    1: σκώληξ (Strong's #4663 — Noun Masculine — skolex — sko'-lakes ) "a worm which preys upon dead bodies," is used metaphorically by the Lord i...

  • Wormwood

    1: ἄψινθος (Strong's #894 — Noun Feminine — apsinthos — ap'-sin-thos ) (Eng., "absinthe"), a plant both bitter and deleterious, and growi...

  • Worse

    A — 1: χείρων (Strong's #5501 — Adjective — cheiron — khi'-rone ) used as the comparative degree of kakos, "evil," describes (a) the cond...

  • Worship, Worshiping

    A — 1: προσκυνέω (Strong's #4352 — Verb — proskuneo — pros-koo-neh'-o ) "to make obeisance, do reverence to" (from pros, "...

  • Worshiper

    1: προσκυνητής (Strong's #4353 — Noun Masculine — proskunetes — pros-koo-nay-tace' ) akin to proskuneo (see WORSHIP ,...

  • Worthy Deeds

    * For WORTHY DEEDS, Acts 24:2 , AV, see CORRECTION ...

  • Worthy, Worthily

    A — 1: ἄξιος (Strong's #514 — Adjective — axios — ax'-ee-os ) "of weight, worth, worthy," is said of persons and their deeds: (a) in a good se...

  • Wot

    * Note: This form, the 1st person singular and the plural of the present tense of an Anglo-Saxon verb witan, "to see" or "to know" (for the past tense cp. WIST), is a rendering of (1) oida, "to know,"...

  • Would

    * Notes: (1) This is often a translation of various inflections of a Greek verb. When it represents a separate word, it is always emphatic, and is a translation of one or other of the verbs mentioned ...

  • Wound

    A — 1: τραῦμα (Strong's #5134 — Neuter — trauma — trow'-mah ) "a wound," occurs in Luke 10:34 . Note: Plege, "a blow, a stroke," is used...

  • Woven

    1: ὑφαντός (Strong's #5307 — Adjective — huphantos — hoo-fan-tos' ) from huphaino, "to weave" (found in good mss. in Luke 12:27 ), is u...

  • Wranglings

    1: παραδιατριβή (Strong's #3859 — Noun Feminine — diaparatribe — par-ad-ee-at-ree-bay' ) found in 1 Timothy 6:5...

  • Wrap

    1: ἐνειλέω (Strong's #1750 — Verb — eneileo — en-i-leh'-o ) "to roll in, wind in," occurs in Mark 15:46; see WIND (Verb), No. 3. 2: ...

  • Wrath

    1: ὀργή (Strong's #3709 — Noun Feminine — orge — or-gay' ) see ANGER and Notes (1) and (2). 2: θυμός (Strong's #2...

  • Wrest

    1: στρεβλόω (Strong's #4761 — Verb — strebloo — streb-lo'-o ) "to twist, to torture" (from streble, "a which" or "instrument of tort...

  • Wrestle, Wrestling

    1: πάλη (Strong's #3823 — Noun Feminine — pale — pal'-ay ) "a wrestling" (akin to pallo, "to sway, vibrate"), is used figuratively in Ephesians 6:12 , ...

  • Wretched

    1: ταλαίπωρος (Strong's #5005 — Adjective — talaiporos — tal-ah'ee-po-ros ) "distressed, miserable, wretched," is used in ...

  • Wrinkle

    1: ῥυτίς (Strong's #4512 — Noun Feminine — rhutis — hroo-tece' ) from an obsolete verb rhuo, signifying "to draw together," occurs in Ephesians 5...

  • Write, Wrote, Written

    A — 1: γράφω (Strong's #1125 — Verb — grapho — graf'-o ) is used (a) of "forming letters" on a surface or writing material, John 8:6; Galati...

  • Writing

    1: γράμμα (Strong's #1121 — Noun Neuter — gramma — gram'-mah ) from grapho, "to write," is rendered "writings" in John 5:47 . See LETTER , No...

  • Writing Tablet

    1: πινακίδιον (Strong's #4093 — Noun Neuter — pinakidion — pin-ak-id'-ee-on ) occurs in Luke 1:63 , a diminutive of pinak...

  • Wrong, Wrongdoer, Wrongdoing

    A — 1: ἀδικία (Strong's #93 — Noun Feminine — adikia — ad-ee-kee'-ah ) a, negative, dike, "right," is translated "wrong" in 2 Peter 2:1...

  • Wrongfully

    1: ἀδίκως (Strong's #95 — Adverb — adikos — ad-ee'-koce ) akin to the above, occurs in 1 Peter 2:19 . Note: For "exact wrongfully...

  • Wroth

    1: ὀργίζω (Strong's #3710 — Verb — orgizo — or-gid'-zo ) always in the Middle or Passive Voice in the NT, is rendered "was (were) wroth" in ...

  • Wrought

    * For WROUGHT see WORK ...