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Bible Dictionaries

Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words

Search Results: "high"

Title Matches: 2
High, Highly
A — 1: ὑψηλός ► (Strong's #5308 — Adjective — hupselos — hoop-say-los' ) "high, lofty," is used (a) naturally, of mountains, Matthew 4:8 ; 17:1 ; Mark 9:2 ; Revelation 21:10 ; of a wall, Revelation 21:12 ; (b) figuratively, of
High-Minded
metaphorically in 1 Timothy 3:6 , "puffed up," RV (AV, "lifted up with pride"); so 1 Timothy 6:4 , AV, "proud," and 2 Timothy 3:4 , AV, "highminded." See PROUD , PUFF (up). Cp. tuphomai, "to smoke," Matthew 12:20 , and tuphonikos, "tempestuous" (with anemos, "wind," understood), Acts 27:14
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Above
(prepositions are omitted here):-- 1: ἄνω ► (Strong's #507 — Adverb — ano — an'-o ) denotes "above, in a higher place," Acts 2:19 (the opposite to kato, "below"). With the article it means "that which is above," Galatians 4:26 ; Philippians 3:14 , "the high
Anoint, Anointing
Spirit is the all-efficient means of enabling believers to possess a knowledge of the truth. In the Sept., it is used of the oil for "anointing" the high priest, e.g., Exodus 29:7 , lit., "Thou shalt take of the oil of the anointing." In Exodus 30:25 , etc., it is spoken of as "a holy anointing oil."
Arise, Arose, Arouse, Raise, Rise, Rouse
of a physical change of position, e.g., of "rising" from sleep, Mark 1:35 ; from a meeting in a synagogue, Luke 4:29 ; of the illegal "rising" of the high priest in the tribunal in Matthew 26:62 ; of an invalid "rising" from his couch, Luke 5:25 ; the "rising" up of a disciple from his vocation to follow
Arrive
► (Strong's #2668 — Verb — katapleo — kat-ap-leh'-o ) denotes "to sail down" (kata, "down," pleo, "to sail"), i.e., from the high sea to the shore, Luke 8:26 . 3: παραγίνομαι ► (Strong's #3854 — Verb
Author
1: αἴτιος ► (Strong's #159 — Adjective — aitios — ah'ee-tee-os ) an adjective (cp.
Authority
hence, metaphorically, "pre-eminence, superiority, excellency," is once rendered "authority," 1 Timothy 2:2 , AV (marg., "eminent place"), RV, "high place," of the position of magistrates; in 1 Corinthians 2:1 , "excellency" (of speech). Cp. huperecho, "to surpass." See EXCELLENCY. A —
Bear
ἀναφέρω ► (Strong's #399 — Verb — anaphero — an-af-er'-o ) No. 2, with ana, up, is used of "leading persons up to a higher place," and, in this respect, of the Lord's ascension, Luke 24:51 . It is used twice of the Lord's propitiatory sacrifice, in His bearing sins on
Beat
1: δέρω ► (Strong's #1194 — Verb — dero — der'-o ) from a root der---, "skin" (derma, "a skin,"
Become
A — 1: πρέπω ► (Strong's #4241 — Verb — prepo — prep'-o ) "to be conspicuous among a number,
Behove
1: ὀφείλω ► ► (Strong's #3784 — — opheilo — of-i'-lo, of-i-leh'-o
Blow
or staff," (b) "a blow with the hand, a slap or cuff," is found in three places; of the maltreatment of Christ by the officials or attendants of the high priest, Mark 14:65 , RV, "received (according to the most authentic mss.) Him with blows of their hands," (AV, "did strike Him with the palms of their
Brim
1: ἄνω ► (strong's #507 — adverb — ano — an'-o ) "above, on high, in a higher place," in john 2:7 is used to denote the "brim" of a waterpot, lit., "up to above," i.e., "up to the higher parts," i.e., "the brim." see above , high , up.
Call, Called, Calling
1 Corinthians 1:26 ; 7:20 (said there of the condition in which the "calling" finds one); Ephesians 1:18 , "His calling;" Philippians 3:14 , the "high calling;" 2 Thessalonians 1:11 ; 2 Peter 1:10 , "your calling;" 2 Timothy 1:9 , a "holy calling;" Hebrews 3:1 , a "heavenly calling;"
Chief, Chiefest, Chiefly
ἀρχιερεύς ► (Strong's #749 — Noun Masculine — archiereus — ar-khee-er-yuce' ) a chief priest, high priest" (arche, "first," hiereus, "a priest"), is frequent in the Gospels, Acts and Hebrews, but there only in the NT. It is used of Christ e.g. in
Christ
khris-tos' ) "anointed," translates, in the Sept., the word "Messiah," a term applied to the priests who were anointed with the holy oil, particularly the high priest, e.g., Leviticus 4:3,5,16 . The prophets are called hoi christoi Theou, "the anointed of God," Psalm 105:15 . A king of Israel was described
Clothing, Cloths, Clothes, Cloke, Coat
thrown off his outer garment, e.g., his ependutes, (No. 6, below), and was clad in a light undergarment, as was the case with Peter, in John 21:7 . The high priest, in rending his clothes after the reply the Lord gave him in answer to his challenge, rent his undergarments (chiton), the more forcibly to
Coast, Coasting
(3) Meros, "a part," is translated "coasts" in Matthew 15:21 ; 16:13 , AV (RV, "parts,"); "country," RV, in Acts 19:1 , AV "coasts;" this refers to the high land in the interior of Asia Minor. See BEHALF , CRAFT , PART , PARTICULAR, PIECE , PORTION , RESPECT , SOMEWHAT , SORT. (4) Chora, "a country," rendered
Compassion, Compassionate
A — 1: οἰκτείρω ► (Strong's #3627 — Verb — oikteiro — oyk-ti'-ro
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