Online Biblical Greek Dictionary
Abarim Publications' online Theological Dictionary of the New Testament was originally designed to feed into our articles on the meaning and etymology of Biblical names, but after much demand we're happy to present something of an index.
There are a little over 130 articles in our Greek dictionary that together treat thousands of Greek words. The articles are listed alphabetically according to the most dominant verbal element. For instance, the verb αναψυχω (anapsucho), meaning to reinvigorate, can be found under the verb ψυχω (psucho), meaning to breathe.
The emphasis of our online dictionary is two-fold. Besides looking at he absolute meaning of words and their usage both in the text of the New Testament and secular works, we also look at the parental words they stem from and their sibling derivatives.
Sometimes the scope of words is so great that their dictionary articles inadvertently take on the form of something out of a Biblical encyclopedia. We list those dictionary specials from our Greek online dictionaries below for your convenience. See our Hebrew dictionary for more topics.
Abarim Publications' Theological Dictionary
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The Greek index:
Abarim Publications' Online Dictionary of Biblical Greek special topics:
- Faith: persuasion and belief
- The renewal of minds
- Homo sapiens fidens
- The raging seas versus dry land
- Hands, feet, wings and hoofs, and the DSM
- In Concreto
- Sedimentation and erosion
- Mustard seed and hot air
- The accidental cross
- The central crux of it all
- Moving mountains and the Kingdom of Heaven
- A house of worship
- Hovering the Waters and finding the Promised Land
- The real reason why we rest
- There's treasure everywhere
- All the birds which fly in mid-heaven
- A den of robbers
- A house on sand
- The House on the Rock