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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words


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AbaseAbbaAbhor
Abide, AbodeAbility, AbleAboard
AbolishAbominable, AbominationAbound
AboutAboveAbroad
Absence, AbsentAbstain, AbstinenceAbundance, Abundant, Abundantly, Abound
Abuse, AbusersAbyssAccept, Accepted, Acceptable
AccessAccompanyAccomplish, Accomplishment
AccordAccording asAccording to
AccountAccuratelyAccursed
Accusation, AccuseAccuserAcknowledge
AcquaintanceAcrossAct
ActiveActuallyAdd
AddictedAdjureAdminister, Administration
Admiration, AdmireAdmonition, AdmonishAdo
AdoptionAdorn, AdorningAdulterer, Adulterous, Adultery
AdvanceAdvantageAdventure
AdversaryAdversityAdvice, Advise
AdvocateAfarAffair
AffectAffection, AffectedAffirm
Afflict, AfflictionAffrightedAfoot
Afore, AforehandAforepromisedAforetime
AfraidAfreshAfter, Afterward
AgainAgainstAge
AgedAgoAgony

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Containing 3,438 entries cross-referenced and cross-linked to other resources on StudyLight.org, this resource can be classified as a required reference book for any good study library.

Vine's Expository Dictionary is a reference guide to New Testament Greek words for English readers. It explains the meaning of the original Greek with the added dimension of the context of the Greek word. For example: In English, the Bible uses only one word for "love," but in New Testament Greek there are four (two being used most often). So Vine's fills the gap between the Bible in English and the original New Testament Greek.

Vine's also provides the definition of a word (as used in the King James Version) more accurately than an English dictionary, because it expands the Greek use of the word. For example, the word, "godliness" in 1 Tim. 2:2 is defined in the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary as "1: Divine 2: pious, devout -", but in Vines, it is defined as " 'to be devout,' denotes that piety which characterized by a Godward attitude, does that which is well-pleasing to Him." So we have a fuller meaning of the word by seeing how the word is used in the NT.

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