34 terms

Junior Set

This set reviews Greek Words found in the Junior Sword Study notebook.
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Kleronomia
Inheritance (heirship) 1 Peter 1:4
Pathema
Suffering (affliction, something undergone)
Pascho
Suffer (to experience a painful thing [feeling])
Soteria
Salvation (rescue, deliver)
Soter
Savior (rescuer, deliverer)
Hupogrammon
Writing Under
Dikaios
Righteous/ly (justly, holy, right)
Dikaiosune
Righteousness (acceptable to God)
Hupotasso
Submit (be under, subject, submit self)
Doulos
Bondservant/bondslave (One who gives up self to another's will)
Homophron
Having the same mind
Sympathes
To feel with
Philadelphos
Loving as brothers
Eusplagchnos
Tender-hearted
Ameleemon
Unmercifu, hard or tough on someone
Philophronos
Friendly of mind
Loidorias
Blasphemy, evil speaking, slander (the opposite is praise)
Hagiazo
Sanctify/honor (to make holy, purify)
Apologia
Answer/defense (a plea, clearing of self)
Hoplizo
A military term (soldier choosing weapons)
Hoplon
Term referring to weapons
Euaggelion
Gospel (a good message)
Euaggelizo
Gospel/preached (bring glad tidings)
Storge
Love (not found in New Testament it is found in a compound word with Phileo [philostorgos])
Eros
Love (desire)
Phileo
Love (to be a friend)
Agape
Love (affection/benevolence)
Tapeinos
Humble (lowly [1 Peter 5:5])
Tapeinoo
Humble (bring low [1 Peter 5:6])
Tapeinophrosune
Humility (lowliness of mind)
Katartizo
Make...perfect/restore (to complete)
Sterizo
Make...strong/confirm (to fix)
Sthenoo
Strengthen (to make strong)
Themelioo
Settle/establish (to make stable)