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A Greek Vocabulary - Basic New Testament Words

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εὐσέβεια ἡ : reverence, piety
εὐσεβέω : to act piously, be pious
εὔσπλαγχνος : tender-hearted, compassionate
εὐσχήμων : graceful, of good bearing
εὐτραπελία ἡ : coarse jesting, buffoonery
εὐφραίνω : to cheer, gladden
εὐχαριστέω : return thanks, be thankful
εὐχαρίστησα : return thanks, be thankful ( aor ind act )
εὐχαριστία ἡ : gratitude, thanksgiving, the holy Eucharist
εὔχομαι : to pray, wish, maintain ( pres ind med-pass )
εὐώνυμος : left, on the left
ἔφαγον : eat, consume, devour ( aor 2 ind act )
ἔφανα : bring to light, lay bare, bring to light, shine forth ( aor 1 ind act )
ἐφάνην : bring to light, lay bare, bring to light, shine forth ( aor ind pass )
ἐφίστημι : to set upon, set over, make halt
ἐφοβήθην : fear, frighten ( aor ind pass )
ἔφυγον : to flee, escape ( aor 2 ind act )
ἐφύλαξα : watch, be sleepless, be on guard, keep ( aor 1 ind act )
ἐφύτευσα : plant, produce ( aor 1 ind act )
ἐφώνησα : speak loud, cry, call upon ( aor 1 ind act )
ἐχάρην : rejoice ( aor ind pass )
ἔχθρα ἡ : hatred, enmity
ἐχθρός ὁ : enemy
ἔχιδνα : a Mediterranean kind of adder ( Several different sorts - some very leathal )
ἔχρισα : to anoint ( aor 1 ind act ) ( alt 2 )
ἔχω : to have, to hold, to be able
ἑώρακα : see ( pf ind act )
ἕως : while, till, until
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