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A Greek Vocabulary - Basic New Testament Words

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παρεδόθην : hand over, deliver, grant ( aor ind pass )
παρέδωκα : hand over, deliver, grant ( aor 2 ind act )
παρέδωκεν : hand over, deliver, grant ( aor 2 ind act 3 sg )
πάρειμι : be by, be present
παρεκάλεσα : to call, send for, invite, demandl ( aor ind act )
παρέλαβον : receive from, learn, wait for, take for oneself ( aor 2 ind act )
παρεμβολή ἡ : a putting beside, regular camp, fortified place
παρέρχομαι : go beside, pass by, arrive at ( pres ind med-pass )
παρέστηκα : make stand beside, present, bring over, persuade, be near, occur ( pf ind act )
παρέχω : hold ready, hold beside, grant, present, render
παρῆλθον : go beside, pass by, arrive at ( aor 2 ind act )
παρήνεγκον : bring to, turn away, carry away ( aor 2 ind act )
παρθένος ἡ : maid, virgin
παριστάνω : make stand beside, present, bring over, persuade, be near, occur ( not mi-verb )
παρίστημι : make stand beside, present, bring over, persuade, be near, occur ( mi-verb )
παροργίζω : make angry
παροργισμός ὁ : anger, angry mood
παρουσία ἡ : presence, arrival
παρρησιάζομαι : speak freely ( pres ind med-pass )
παρρησία ἡ : freedom of speach, free speach
πᾶς : all, entire, whole ( masc )
πᾶσα : all, entire, whole ( fem )
πάσχα τό : the Passover, feast of the Passover
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