Blindfolded to Brotherhood

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Blindfolded: 4028. See Cover, 4028. Once, Luke 2264.
Blindness: 4457. See Hardness, 4457.

Blood: 129. Greek is, haima. Septuagint, everywhere.

1. Past particle, generally, Mark 5:25-29, Luke 8:43-44, 13:1. Trope, anything is said to be or become blood, or as blood, from its dark color, Acts 2:19 collectively, Joel 2:30-31. Revelation 8:7-8, 11:6, 16:3-4, Acts 2:20, “Into blood, for, “As blood,” in Revelation 6:12.

2. Spoken of blood which has been shed; as, of victims and other slaughtered animals, Hebrews 9:7-12-13-18-25, 10:4, “Blood of bulls,” Hebrews 11:28, “Sprinkling of blood,” Hebrews 13:11. So Acts 15:20-29, 21:25; where, “From blood, is, to abstain from eating blood, etc.

The Jews regarded the blood as the seat and principle of life; hence they were to offer it in sacrifice to, “God, but were forbidden to eat it,” Leviticus 17:10-14, collectively with, Leviticus 3:17, “That ye eat neither fat nor blood.” Genesis 9:4, Deuteronomy 12:23, “Eat not the blood.” Of men, Luke 13:1, John 19:34, “Came out blood and water.” Revelation 17:6, “Drunken with the blood.” Revelation 14:20, where human blood is spoken of under the symbol of the blood of grapes, or wine.

Compare with, Genesis 49:11, Deuteronomy 32:14. Matthew 23:35, “Righteous bloodshed,” and Matthew 27:4, “I have betrayed the Innocent blood.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “Innocent blood,” 1 Samuel 19:5, 25:26, “Shed blood,”1 Kings 2:5. So of the blood of Christ shed on the cross, as in relation to the sacred supper, Matthew 26:8, “My blood,” Mark 14:24, Luke 22:20, “In my blood,” 1 Corinthians 10:16, “Blood of Christ.” 1 Corinthians 11:25-27. Perhaps too, 1 John 5:6-8, “Water and blood,” and especially John 6:53-58, “Eat the flesh,—drink His blood.”

Of Christ, signify, “To become wholly united and incorporated with Christ, as to imbibe His spirit, and appropriate to one’s self all the benefits of His advent, to be wholly conformed to Christ; compare, Romans 8:28. Colossians 3:10. Further, in relation to His church, Acts 20:28, “Church—purchased with His own blood,” Colossians 1:20, “Blood of His cross,” Ephesians 2:13, “Blood of Christ.” to the atonement made by His death, Romans 3:25, “Faith in His blood,” Romans 5:9 “Justified by His blood,”

Ephesians 1:7, “Redemption through His blood,” Colossians 1:14. Hebrews 9:12-14, 10:19,”Enter into the holiest by the blood of Jesus,” 1 Peter 1:219, “Precious blood of Christ,” 1 John 1:7, Revelation 1:5, “Washed us,” Revelation 5:9, and to the new covenant, Hebrews 10:29, “Blood of the covenant,” Hebrews 12:24, “Blood of sprinkling.” Hebrews 13:20, “Blood of the everlasting covenant.” Revelation 7:14, “Made white in the blood of the Lamb.” Revelation 12:11, 19:13, “Vesture dipped in blood”

3. Flesh and blood, as in the human body, man, with the idea of weakness of body, and mind, mortal man, Matthew 16:17, “Flesh and blood,” 1 Corinthians 15:50. Galatians 1:16. Ephesians 6:12. Hebrews 2:14, collectively.

4. To shed blood, as to kill, put to death, Luke 11:50. Acts 22:20. Romans 3:15. Revelation 16:6. Septuagint for Hebrew, Genesis 9:6, “Sheddeth man’s blood,” Genesis 37:22. Ezekiel 18:1.

5. Bloodshed, as in death, violent death, slaughter, murder, Matthew 23:30, “Blood of prophets.” Matthew 27:6, “Price of blood.” Matthew 27:8, “Field of blood,” Matthew 27:24. Acts 1:19. Revelation 6:10, “Avenge our blood,” Revelation 18:24, 19:2. Septuagint and Hebrew, Genesis 4:10, “Thy brother’s blood crieth unto me,” 2 Samuel 16:7, “Bloody man.” Ezekiel 24:6-9, “Bloody city.” Hebrews 12:4, “Unto blood,” that is, unto death, as with exposure of life.

5. From the Hebrew, blood-guiltiness, as the guilt and punishment of shedding blood, Matthew 23:35, 27:25, “His blood be on us.” Acts 5:28, “Bring this man’s = (Jesus) upon us.” Acts 18:6, 20:26. Septuagint and Hebrew, Numbers 35:27, Josh.2:19. Ezekiel 9:9, 33:4. 2 Samuel 1:16 collectively with, Leviticus 16:21.

6. Blood-relationship, kindred, lineage, progeny, see. Acts 17:26, “Made of one blood all nations of men,” as in kindred. Septuagint, 2 Samuel 21:1, Saul’s, “Bloody house.” John 1:13, “Born, not of blood,” as, not sons of God as being descended from Abraham. The plural is here put for the singular

Blood: 130. Greek is, haimatekehusia. To pour out, shedding of blood, Hebrews 9:22, “Almost all things are by the law purged with blood.”

Blood: 131. Greek is, haimorrheo. To have a flow or issue of blood, absolute, Matthew 9:20, “A woman which was diseased with an issue of blood.”

Bloody: 1420. Greek is, dusenteria. Intestine, dysentery, flux, Acts 28:8, “Publius lay sick of a fever and of a bloody flux.”

Blot: 1813. Blotted: Blotting: 1813. Greek is, exaleipho. Past particle, to smear out, as in to blot out, to expunge, transitive verb, participle as, Revelation 3:5, “I will not blot out his name.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “Blotted,” Psalms 69:28. Exodus 32:32-33, “Blot.” In the sense of to abrogate a law, Colossians 2:14. “Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances.” Trope, for to pardon, Acts 3:19. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Cast me not away.” Psalms 51:11. Isaiah 43:25. Jeremiah 18:23, “Blot out their sins.”

b. By implication, to wipe off or away, as Revelation 7:17, 21:4, “God shall wipe away all tears.”

Blow: Bloweth: 4154. Greek is, pneo. To breath, to breath out. In N.T., to blow, intransitive verb, Only of the wind, Matthew 7:25-27, “The winds blew.” Luke 12:55, “South wind blow.” John 3:8, 6:18. Revelation 7:1. So Acts 27:40, “The mainsail to the wind.” Septuagint for Hebrew, Psalms 147:18. Isaiah 40:24, “Blow upon them.”

Boanerges: 993. Boanerges, Mark 3:17, Jesus, “Surnamed them Boanerges, which is, the sons of thunder.” Sons of commotion, being perhaps the Galilean pronunciation. Applied by Christ as a surname to James and John, probably on account of their fervid impetuous spirit; compare with, Luke 9:54, “When — James and John saw this, they said, Lord, wilt thou that we command fire to come down from heaven?”

Boards: 4548. Greek is, sanis. A board, plank, as of a ship, Acts 27:44, Those who could not swim, would rest on, “Boards.” Septuagint for Hebrew, ship boards of fir trees,” Ezekiel 27:5

Boast: 2620. See Against, 2620.
Boast: 2744. Boasted: Boasting: 2744. See Glory, 2744.

Boasters: 213. Greek is, alazon. Past particle, a vagabond. In N.T., a boaster, braggart, Romans 1:30, “Boasters.” 2 Timothy 3:2. Septuagint for Hebrew. “Proud,” Habakkuk 2:5. Job 28:8, “Lion’s = (proud) whelps.”

Boasteth: 3166. Greek is, megalaucheo. To boast, to boast largely, to play the braggart, James 3:5, “The tongue — boasteth great things.” 2 Macc.15:32.

Boasting: 2745. See Glory, 2745.
Boasting: 2746. See Glory, 2746.
Boasting: 3004. See Spake, 3004.  
Boastings: 212. See Pride, 212. Once, James 4:16.
Boat: Boats: 4142. See Ship, 4142.

Boat: 4627. Greek is, skaphe. Past particle, anything dug out, as a channel, trench, a bowl. In N.T., a skiff, boat, Acts 27:16-30-32, “Cut off the ropes of the boat.”

Bodies: 4430. See Carcase, 4430.

Bodies: 4983. Bodily: Body: Body’s: 4983. A body, as an organized whole made up of parts and members.

Generally of any material body, as of plants, 1 Corinthians 15:37, “Thou sowest not that body that shall be,” with verse 38. Also of bodies celestial and terrestrial, the sun, moon, stars, etc. verse 40, “Celestial bodies, and bodies terrestrial,” compare with verse 41.

b-1. Especially an animal body, living or dead: Of the human body, different from that which expresses rather the material of the body.

b-2. As living, Matthew 5:29-30, “And not that thy whole body should be cast into hell.” Matthew 6:25, 26:12. Mark 5:29, 14:8. Luke 12:22-23. John 2:21. Romans 1:24, 4:19. 1 Corinthians 6:13, 15:44, “A natural body; it is raised a spiritual body.”   2 Corinthians 4:10, 10:10. Colossians 2:23. Hebrews 10:5. 1 Peter 2:24. Colossians 1:22. In antithesis with, “The soul.” Matthew 10:28. Luke 12:4; or Romans 8:10, “The Spirit.” 1 Corinthians 5:3, 7:34; or where , “Body, soul, spirit, makes a periphrasis for the whole man, 1 Thessalonians 5:23. Septuagint generally for Hebrew, “For flesh,” Leviticus 6:10, 14:9. Genesis 47:18, “Bodies.” Daniel 10:6, “Body.” As the seat of sinful affections and appetites; Romans 6:6, “The body of sin.” Romans 7:24, “Body of this death,” collectively with verse 23. Romans .8:13. Colossians 2:11.

b-3. Of a dead body, corpse, generally, Matthew 14:12, “Took up the body, and buried it.” Matthew 27:52, “Many of the bodies of the saints which slept arose.” Matthew 27:58, with verse 59. Luke 23:52-55, 24:3-23. John 19:31. Acts 9:40. Jude 9. Specially of the body of Christ as crucified for the salvation of man; Matthew 26:26, “This is my body.” Mark 14:22. Luke 22:19. Romans 7:4, “By the body of Christ,” as through Christ crucified. 1 Corinthians 10:16, 11:24-27-29. Septuagint generally for Hebrew, “Body.” 1 Samuel 31:10-12. Nehemiah 3:3, “Sons.” Joshua 8:29, “Carcass.” 1 Kings 13:22-24.

b-4. Spoken of beasts, as in living, James 3:3, “We turn about their whole body.” Also of the dead body of a beast, carcass, Luke 17:37, “Wheresoever the body is” compare with, Matthew  24:28, “Wheresoever the carcass is.” Of victims slain, Hebrews 13:11. Compare with, Exodus 29:14. Numbers 19:3-5.

Metonymically to the body, as the external man, is ascribed that which strictly belongs to the person, man, individual; so with a genitive, of person forming a periphrasis for the person himself. Matthew 6:22, “Thy whole body shall be full of light,” with verse 23. Luke 11:34-36. Romans 12:1, “Present your bodies a living sacrifice,” as your person, yourselves, compare with, Romans 6:13. Ephesians 5:28. Philippians 1:20. Generally and absolute, 1 Corinthians 6:16, “That he which is joined to an harlot is one body?” with verse 17, “He that is joined unto the Lord is one spirit,” in allusion to, Genesis 2:24, “They shall be one flesh.” Absolute, Septuagint, Genesis 47:12, “According to their families,” as according to the number of persons. In later usage and N.T., absolute, for a slave, slaves, once Revelation 18:13, “And horses, and chariots, and slaves.”

Trope, body, as a whole, aggregate, collective mass, spoken of the Christian church, the whole body of Christians collectively, of which Christ is, the head. Colossians 1:18, “He is the head of the body,” with verse 24, “Which is the church.” Romans 12:5, “We — are one body in Christ.” 1 Corinthians 10:17, 12:13-27. Ephesians 1:23, 2:16, 4:4-12-16. Ephesians 5:23-30. Colossians 2:19, 3:15.

Trope, body, substance, reality, opposed to the shadow, type. Colossians 2:17, “Which are a shadow of things to come; but the body is of Christ.”

Bodily: 4984. Greek is, somatikos. Bodily, pertaining to the body, Luke 3:22, “In a bodily shape.” 1 Timothy 4:8, “For bodily exercise profiteth little.”

Bodily: 4985. Greek is, somatikos. Adverb, bodily, as substantially, really, truly, Colossians 2:9, “In him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily,” collectively with verse 17.

Body: 4954. See Same, 4954. Once, Ephesians 3:6.

Body: 5559. Greek is, chros. Past particle, surface of a body, especially of the human body, the skin, Septuagint for Hebrew, Exodus 34:29-30. Also color, complexion, tint of the skin. Generally, and in N.T., the Body, Act 19:12, “From his body,” as which had been on his body. Septuagint for Hebrew, Leviticus 13:2, “Skin of his flesh.”

Boisterous: 2478. See Valiant, 2478. Once, Mark 14:30.

Bold: 662. Greek is, apotoimao. Feminine, literally, to dare off, as to come out boldly. Romans 10:20, “Esaias is very bold,” comes out boldly and says, or, boldly declares.

Bold: Boldly: 2292. Greek is, tharrheo. Feminine, later Attic Greek, to be of good cheer, to have good courage, to be full of hope and confidence, intransitive verb, 2 Corinthians 5:6, “Always confident,” with verse 8, “We are confident.” Hebrews 13:6, “We may boldly say.” Septuagint Proverbs 1:21. Sequel follows, to have hope and confidence in any one 2 Corinthians 7:16. Septuagint for Hebrew, Proverbs 31:11, “Trust in her.” Sequel follows, to be bold towards any one, 2 Corinthians 10:1-2, “Am bold toward you.”

Bold: Boldly: Boldness:3954. See Freely, 3954.

Bold: Boldly: 3955. Greek is, Parrhesiazomai. To be free spoken, to speak freely, openly, boldly, as to be free, frank, bold, in speech, demeanor, action, etc. As when joined with verbs of speaking, Acts 13:36, “Waxed bold, and said,” Acts 19:8, 26:26, “I speak freely.” Generally and sequel to follow “in,” as of place, Acts 18:26, “To speak boldly in,: or of thing, object, as in behalf of, Ephesians 6:20, “In” as of place. Acts 18:26, “Began to speak boldly in the synagogue.” Or of person, 1 Thessalonians 2:2, “We were bold in our God,” or in faith and trust in God. Also Acts 9:27-29, “He spake boldly in the name of the Lord Jesus.” In one’s name, by one’s authority, comp. “In the name of the Lord Jesus.” Sequel to follow, Acts 14:3, “In the Lord.”

Bold: Boldly: 5111. Greek is, tolmao. Feminine, courage, boldness, from obsolete, “To bear.” To have courage, boldness, confidence to do anything; to venture, to dare, intransitive verb, common form infinitive mode, Matthew 22:46, “Neither durst any man from that day forth ask Him.” Mark 12:34, 15:43, “Went in boldly unto Pilate.” Luke 20:40. John 21:12. Acts 5:13, “Durst no man join himself to them.” Acts 7:32. Romans 5:7, 15:18, “Dare to speak.” 1 Corinthians 6:1. 2 Corinthians 10:12. Philippians 1:14, “Much more bold to speak.” Jude 9. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Durst,” Esther 7:5. Also to show oneself bold, to act with boldness, confidence, common from, against any one, 2 Corinthians 10:2; common form, in anything, 2 Corinthians 11:21.

Boldly: 5112. Greek is, tolmeroteron. Adverb, the more boldly, with greater confidence and freedom, Romans 15:15.

Bond: Bonds: 1199. Greek is, desmon, or, desmos. Band, bond, ligament.

a. Singular, spoken of a ligament by which some member of the body is impeded; as the tongue, Mark 7:35, “The string of his tongue was loosed.” The limbs, Luke 13:16, “Loosed from this bond,” collectively with verse 11. Septuagint, past particle for Hebrew, “Bound,” Judges 15:13. Chaldean, Daniel 4:15, “Band of iron.”

b. Plural, “my bonds,” and Attic Greek, “The bond.” Bonds, imprisonment, etc.

c. Philippians 1:13, “My bonds in Christ,” and probably elsewhere in the writings of Paul, etc. Philippians 1:7-14-16. Colossians 4:18. 2 Timothy 2:9, “Bonds.” Philemon 10-13, “In the bonds of the gospel,” in bonds for the gospel’s sake. Hebrews 10:34. Jude 6, “Everlasting chains.” Septuagint for Hebrew, Judges 15:14, “Bands” Job.39:5. Psalms 2:3. Jeremiah 27:2. In Luke’s writings, Luke 8:29. Acts 16:26, 20:23, 22:30, 23:29, 26:29-31.

Bond: 1401. See Servant, 1401.
Bond: 4886. See Together, 4886.

Bondage: 1397. Greek is, douleia. Slavery, bondage, Septuagint for Hebrew, Exodus 6:6, “I will rid you of their bondage.” In N.T., trope, spoken of the condition of those under the Mosaic law, Galatians 4:24, 5:1, “Yoke of bondage,” and so Romans 8:15, “Ye have not received the spirit of bondage.” A slavish spirit, opposed to “Spirit of adoption,” Also of the condition of those who are subject to death, Romans 8:21, “Bondage of corruption,” or to the, “Fear of death,” Hebrews 2:15

Bondage: 1398. Greek is, douleuo. Feminine, to be a slave or servant, to serve, commodious, dative expressed or implied.  Past particle, spoken of involuntary service; Matthew 6:24, “No man can serve two masters.” Luke 16:13. Ephesians 6:7, “Doing service.” 1 Timothy 6:2. Septuagint for Hebrew, “To serve,” Leviticus 25:39. Deuteronomy 15:12. Spoken of a people, to be subject to, etc. John 8:33. Acts 7:7. Romans 9:12, “The elder shall serve the younger,” collectively with Genesis 25:23, 27:40, where Septuagint for Hebrew, also Genesis 14:4. Judges 3:8-14. Metaphor of those subject to the Mosaic law, Galatians 4:25, “Gendereth (gives birth) to bondage.”

Trope, spoken of voluntary service, to obey, to be devoted to; Luke 15:29. Philippians 2:22. Galatians 5:13. Romans 12:11, “Serving the Lord,” as doing what the occasion demands. Septuagint and Hebrew. Genesis 29:15-18-20-25-30. In a moral sense, spoken as to God or Christ, etc. Matthew 6:24, “No man can serve two masters.” Luke 16:13. Acts 20:19. Romans 7:6. 1 Thessalonians 1:9. Romans 14:18, 16:18. Colossians 3:24, Romans 7:25. Septuagint and Hebrew, Deuteronomy 13:4. Judges 2:7. Malachi 3:18.

Spoken of false gods, Galatians 4:8. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Thou serve their gods,” Exodus 23:33. So of things, to obey, to follow, to indulge in, as, Matthew 6:24, “Ye cannot serve God and mammon.” Luke 16:13. Romans 6:6, “Serve sin.” Romans 7:25, “Serve the law.” Romans 16:18, “Serve not our Lord.” Galatians 4:9. Titus 3:3, “Serving divers lusts.”

Bondage: 1402. See Servant, 1402.

Bondage: 2615. Greek is, katadouloo. Feminine, past particle, to slave down, as to bring under bondage, to enslave, transitive verb, 2 Corinthians 11:20, “If a man bring you into bondage.” Middle term of a syllogism, to make a slave for oneself, Galatians 2:4, “Bring us into bondage,” that they might make us their slaves. Septuagint for Hebrew, Exodus 1:14, 6:5, “Whom the Egyptians keep in bondage.”

Bondmaid: 3814. See Damsel, 3814. Once, Galatians 4:22.
Bondman: 1401. See Servant, 1401. Once, Revelation 6:15.
Bonds: 254. See Chain, 254. Once, Ephesians 6:20.

Bonds: 1198. Greek is, desmios. One bound, a prisoner, captive, Matthew 27:15-16, “A notable prisoner.” Mark 15:6. Acts 16:25-27, 23:18, 25:14, “There is a certain man left in bonds.” Acts 25:27, 28:16-17. Hebrews 13:3. So of Paul as a prisoner, in confinement for the sake of Jesus, because of his provision of the religion of Jesus. Ephesians 3:1, 4:1. 2 Timothy 1:8. Philemon 1:9. Hebrews 10:34. Septuagint for Hebrew, Zechariah 9:11-12. Ecclesiastes 4:14, “Prison.”

Bonds: 1210. See Knit, 1210. Once, Colossians  4:3.
Bondwoman: 3814. See Damsel, 3814.

Bone: Bones: 3747. Greek is, osteon, and ostoun. A bone, plural, bones, John 19:36, “A bone of him shall not be broken.” Luke 24:39, “Flesh and bones.” Matthew 23:27, “Dead men’s bones.” Ephesians 5:30. Hebrews 11:22. Septuagint for Hebrew, Genesis 2:23. Numbers 9:12. Lamentations 3:4, 4:8, usually “Bones” Genesis 50:29. Exodus 13:19. Genesis 2:23, “Bone of my bones.” Proverbs 16:24,”Health to the bones.”

Bones: 4974. Greek is, sphuron. Kindred with the ankle, compare with Latin malleolius pedis, Acts 3:7, “His feet and ankel bones.”

Book: 974. Greek is, bibliaridion. A small roll or volume, a little scroll, Revelation 10:2-8-9-10, “The little book.”

Book: Books: 975. Greek is, biblion. A roll, volume, scroll, such being the form of ancient books. Luke 4:17, “There was delivered unto him the book,” with verse 20. John 20:30, 21:25. Galatians 3:10. 2 Timothy 4:13. Revelation 5:1-2-3-4-5-7-8-9, 6:14, “The heaven departed as a scroll.” Revelation 22:7-9-10-18-19. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Book,” Exodus 17:14. Joshua 24:26, “Book of the law.”

Spoken of the Mosaic law or Pentateuch, Hebrews 9:19, 10:7. Septuagint and Hebrew, Psalms 40:7. For “The book of life,” Revelation 13:8, 17:8, 20:12, 21:27. 22:19. And, “Books,” of judgment, Revelation 20:12. Spoken of letters or epistles, which were also rolled up, Revelation 1:11. Perhaps, 2 Timothy 4:13, “The books, but especially the parchments.” Septuagint and Hebrew, “Letter,” 2 Samuel 11:14. Spoken of documents, as in a Jewish bill of divorce, Matthew 19:7, “To give a writing of divorcement.” Mark 10:4, “Bill of divorcement.” Compare Deuteronomy 24:1-3, “Bill of divorcement.”

Book: Books: 976. Greek is, biblos. Inner rind of the papyrus, anciently used for writing. In N.T., a roll, volume, scroll, as in a book, such being the ancient form. Mark 12:26, “Have ye not read in the book of Moses?” as in the law. Septuagint for Chaldean, Ezra 6:18, “Book.” Luke 3:4, 20:42. Acts 1:20, 7:42, 19:19. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Book of the law.” Joshua 1:8.  1 Samuel 10:25.

Spoken of a genealogical table or catalogue, Matthew 1:1, “The book of the generation of Jesus.” Septuagint and Hebrew, Genesis 5:1. The phrases, Psalms 69:28, “The book of the living,” compare with, Exodus 32:32-33, “Him will I blot out of my book,” as in the figurative style of oriental poetry, God is represented as having the names of the righteous, who are to inherit eternal life, inscribed in a book; Philippians 4:3. Revelation 3:5, 13:8, 20:15, 22:19 in K.J.V. Septuagint and Hebrew, Daniel 12:1. Different from this is the book in which God has from eternity inscribed the destines of men, Psalms 139:16, “In thy book all my members were written,” collectively with, Job 14:5, “His days are determined, the number of his months are with thee, thou has appointed his bounds,” and also the books of judgment, in which the actions of men are recorded, Revelation 20:12, “The dead were judged,” compare with, Daniel 7:10, “The judgement was set, and the books were opened.”

Booz: 1003.

Border: Borders: 2899. Greek is, kraspedon. Past particle, the edge, margin, skirt, as of a mountain. In N.T., fringe, tassel, Hebrew, Numbers 15:38, “Borders of their garments,” where the Jews are directed to wear them on the corners of the outer garment. Matthew 9:20, 14:36, 23:5. Mark 6:56. Luke 8:44.

Borders: 3181. Greek is methorios. Adjective, bordering upon, frontier. In N.T. neuter, plural. borders, confines, Mark 7:24, “Borders of tyre.”

Borders: 3725. Greek is, horion. A bound, border, in N.T., only plural, the borders, as,

1. Past particle, the borders of a land, the frontiers, Matthew 4:13, “Borders of Zebulon.” Matthew 19:1, “The coasts of Judaea.” Mark 10:1. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Border of,” Genesis 10:19. Numbers 21:13, “Coasts of.”

2. Metonymically, and by Hebraism, for a space within certain boundaries, region, territory, district. Matthew 2:16, “Coasts thereof.” Matthew 8:34, 15:22-39. Mark 5:17, 7:31. Acts 13:50. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Borders round about.” Genesis 23:17. Exodus 8:2. Hebrew for Judges 20:6, “Throughout all the country.”

Born: 313. See Begotton, 313.
Born: 1080. See Begat, 1080 All.

Born: 1084. Greek is, gennetos. Born, brought forth; Matthew 11:11, “Born of a women,” among those born of a women. Luke 7:28. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Born,” Job 14:1, 15:14, 25:4.

Born: 1085. See Offspring, 1085.

Born: 1626. Greek is, ektroma. To wound out, as to cause or suffer abortion. An abortion, one born prematurely, trope,           1 Corinthians 15:8, “As of one born out of due time,” collectively with verse 9. Septuagint for Hebrew, “an hidden untimely birth.” Job 3:16. Ecclesiastes 6:3, “An untimely birth is better than he.” Found only in Ionic and later writer.

Born: 5088. See Bearest, 5088.
Borne: 142. See Took, 142.
Borne: 941. See Bear, 941.

Borne: 1418. Greek is, dus. An inseparable preferred, implying difficulty, adversity, the contrary, etc. Like the English, un, in, mis, etc.

Borne: 5409. See Wear, 5409.

Borrow: 1155. Greek is, daneizo. Feminine, to lend money, to loan, in N.T., without interest, intransitive verb.

Generally, Luke 6:34-35, “Lend, hoping for nothing.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “He shall lend to thee,” Deuteronomy 28:44. Proverbs 19:17.

Middle term of a syllogism, to cause to lend money to one’s self, as to borrow money, Matthew 5:42, “From him that would borrow.” Septuagint and Hebrew, Nehemiah 5:4, “We have borrowed money.”

Bosom: 2859. Greek is, kolpos. The bosom, as past particle, the front of the body between the arms; hence in John 13:23, “leaning on Jesus bosom,” reclining on Jesus’ bosom, as next to him on the triclinium at supper, so that his head was opposite to Jesus’ bosom. Trope, to be in or on the bosom of any one, as to be in his embrace, to be cherished by him as the object of intimate care and dearest affection, compare in English, bosom-friend etc. John 1:18, Jesus — “Which is in the bosom of the Father.” Luke 16:22, “Abraham’s bosom.” as in near and intimate communion with Abraham, as being one of his beloved children. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Wife of thy bosom,” Deuteronomy 13:7, 28:54-56. Compare with, 2 Samuel 12:3-8, Isaiah 40:11. Others refer Luke 1. Common form, to a banquet in the kingdom of heaven, compare with, Matthew 8:11. Luke 13:29. But the scene is here laid in hell, and not the Messiah’s kingdom.

The bosom of an oriental garment, which falls down over the girdle, and is often used for carrying things, as a sort of pocket. Luke 6:38, “shall men give into your bosom.” Septuagint and Hebrew, Isaiah 65:6, “Recompense into their bosom.” Jeremiah 32:18, “Bosom of their children.”

Put for a bay, gulf, inlet of the sea, Acts 27:39, “A certain creek with a shore.”

Both: 297. Greek is, amphoteros. Each of two, and plural, both, spoken only of two, Matthew 9:17, “Both are preserved.” Matthew 13:30, 15:14. Luke 1:6-7, 5:7-38, 6:39, 7:42. Acts 8:38. Ephesians 2:14-16-18, “Through Him we both have access by one Spirit.” Both as Jews and Gentiles. Acts 23:8, “The Pharisees confess both,” both, as the resurrection, and the existence of angels and spirits; the “nor,” being copulative and combining the two, “angel, and spirit,” into one generic idea. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Both — made a covenant.” Genesis 21:27. Exodus 12:22, “The two side posts.”

Both: 1417. Greek is, duo. Two, indicative by the Attic Greek and in N.T. The common genitive and dative, “dvoiv,” is not found in the N.T. The irregular and later, dative, dvoi (two) Matthew 6:24, “Two masters.” Matthew 22:40. Luke 12:52, “Three against two. In N.T. nominative, Matthew 9:27, “Two blind men.” Matthew 20:21, “Two sons may sit.” Luke 7:41. John 1:37. Genitive, Matthew 18:16, “Two more.” Matthew 20:24. Luke 12:6. John 1:40.

Dative, see above. Accusative, Matthew 4:18, Luke 3:11. So in phrases, two or three, as some, a few Matthew 18:20.                 1 Corinthians 14:29. By two’s, two and two, Luke 9:3, 10:1, “Sent them two, and two before.” 1 Corinthians 14:27. Matthew 27:51, “The veil was rent in twain.” Mark 15:38. From the Hebrew, two and two. Mark 6:7. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Went in two and two, “Genesis 7:9-15. 6:19-20.

Both: 1538. See Every, 1538.
Both: 2532.
Both: 5037.

Bottles: 779. Greek is, askos. Bottle of skin, for water, wine, etc. Like the oriental bottles of past years. Matthew 9:17, “Old bottles.” Mark 2:22. Luke 5:37-38. Septuagint for Hebrew, Joshua 9:4-13, “Bottles of wine.” Jeremiah 13:12.

Bottom: 2736. See Beneath, 2736.
Bottomless: 12. See Deep, 12.
Bought: 59. See Buy, 59.

Bought: 5608. Greek is, oneomai. Feminine, deponent verb, to buy, to purchase, common form accommodation, generally of price, Acts 7:16, “Abraham bought for a sum of money.”

Bound: 332. See Curse, 332.

Bound: 1196. Greek is, desmeuo. Feminine, to bind, with chains, etc. as Luke 8:29, “He was kept bound with chains.”

Bound: 1210. See Knit, 1210.

Bound: 2611. Greek is, katadeo. Feminine, to bind down. In N.T., to bind together, to bind up, wounds, Luke 10:34, “Bound up his wounds.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “Bound up that which was broken,” Ezekiel 34:4-16.

Bound: 3784. See Debt, 3784.

Bound: 4019. Greek is, perideo. Feminine, person, passive, to bind around, passive, John 11:44, “Bound hand and foot.” Septuagint, Action for Hebrew, Job 12:18, “He looseth the bonds of kings.”

Bound: 4029. See Compassed, 4029.

Bound: 4385. Greek is, proteino. To protend (old English) to stretch forth or out, as in the hand. To stretch forward, to prolong, as a bridge. In N.T., to stretch out or extend before any one, as a person bound with thongs in order to be scourged, common form accommodation dative, Acts 22:25, “As they bound him with thongs.”

Bound: 4887. Greek is, sundeo. Feminine, to bind together, Septuagint, “caught,” Judges 15:4. In N.T., of persons, to bind together with, passive, to be bound or in bonds with any one, common form dative, implication, Hebrews 13:3, “In bonds, as bound with them,” as fellow-prisoners.

Bounds: 3734. Greek is, horothesia. Past particle, a setting bounds, metonymically, a bound, limit, Acts 17:26, “The bounds of their habitation.”

Bountiful: Bountifully: 2129. See Blessing, 2129.
Bountifulness: 572. See Liberal, 572.
Bounty: 2129. See Blessing, 2129.

Bow: 2578. Greek is, kampto. Feminine, to bend. In N.T., spoken only of the knees.

Transitive verb, sequel follows, to bend the knee in homage, worship, sequel follows dative, Romans 11:4, and Septuagint for Hebrew, 1 Kings 19:18. Sequel follows “With,” common form accommodation, Ephesians 3:14, “I bow my knees.”

Intransitive verb, every knee shall bow, as bend itself, in homage, worship, sequel follows dative, Romans 14:11, quoted from Isaiah 45:23 where Septuagint for Hebrew, “Bow.” Sequel follows “at,” Philippians 2:10, “At the name of Jesus.”

Bow: 4781. Greek is, sugkampto. Feminine, intense,  feminine, intense, to bend together, as to bow down wholly, Romans 11:10, “Let their eyes be darkened, that they may not see, and bow down their back always,” as trope, to oppress, to afflict, quoted from Septuagint, “Pour out thine indignation upon them,” Psalms 69:24, where it departs from the Hebrew. Septuagint for Hebrew, 2 Kings 4:35, Elisha, “Stretched himself upon him (the boy.)”

Bow: 5115. A bow, for shooting arrows, Revelation 6:2, “He that sat on him had a bow.” Septuagint often for Genesis, 27:3, Psalms 7:13, “He hath also prepared for him the instruments of death; he ordaineth his arrows against the persecutors.”

Bowed: 1120. See Kneeling, 1120.
Bowed: 2573. See Well, 2573.
Bowed: 2827. See Wear, 2827.

Bowed: 4794. Greek is, sunomoreo. Feminine, to stoop or bow together, as persons putting their heads together. Of things inclining toward each other. In N.T., to be bowed together, compare English, “To be bent double,” intransitive verb, Luke 13:11, “A woman which had a spirit of infirmity — was bowed together.” Septuagint, Job 9:27, “Leave off my heaviness.”

Bowels: 4698. See Tender, 4698.
Bowing: 5087. See Put, 5087.

Box: 211. Greek is, alabastron. Alabaster, a variety of gypsum differing from the alabaster of modern times. Hence, a box or vase of alabaster for perfumes. In N.T., a vase for perfumed ointment, made of any materials, as gold, glass, stone, etc. Matthew 26:7, “An alabaster box.” Mark 14:3. Luke 7:37. These vases often had a long narrow neck, the mouth of which was sealed; so that when the woman is said to break the vase, Mark 14:3, we are to understand only the extremity of the neck, which was thus closed.”

Braided: 1708. See Plaiting, 1708.
Brake: 1284. See Rent, 1284.
Brake: 2608. See Broken, 2806.

Brake: 2622. Greek is, katakloa. Feminine, to break down, to break in pieces, as Mark 6:41, “Brake the loaves.” Luke 9:16.

Brake: 2806. See Broken, 2806.
Brake: 4937. See Bruise, 4937.

Bramble: 942. Greek is, batos. A thorn-bush, bramble; feminine, Luke 6:44, 20:37, “even Moses shewed at the bush, when he calleth the Lord the God of Abraham.” Acts 7:30-35. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Bush,” Deuteronomy 33:16. Masculine, Mark 12:26, in later editions. So Septuagint for Hebrew, “Out of the midst of the bush,” Exodus 3:2-3-4. So, Attic Greek.

Branch: Branches: 2798. Greek is, kiados. a shoot, sprout, branch, past particle, young and easily broken off. Matthew 24:32, “When his branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is nigh.” Matthew 13:32, 21:8. Mark 4:32, 13:28. Luke 13:19. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Branches,” Jeremiah 11:16. Ezekiel 31:7. Trope and allegory, branches for offspring, posterity, Romans 11:16-17-18-19-21.

Branch: Branches: 2814. Greek is, klema. Shoot, sprout, branch, as in, (kiados 2798) past particle, such as are easily broken off; In N.T., only of the vine, shoot, tendril, John 15:2-4-5-6, “If a man abide not in me, he is cast forth as a branch, and is withered.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “Branches,” Ezekiel 17:6-7-8. Ezekiel 15:2.

Branches: 902. Greek is, baion. Plural, branches of the palm tree, John 12:13. Hebrew, Leviticus  23:40, “Branches of palm trees.”

Branches: 4746. Greek is, stoicheo. Found only in N.T., probably a corrupted form. Past particle, anything trodden, therefore, anything strewed as boughs, leaves, grass, to lie upon. In N.T., metonymically, a green bough, branch, Mark 11:8, “Others cut down branches off the trees, and strawed them in the way.” Also in Matthew 21:8.

Brasen: 5473. Greek is, chalkion. Revelation 1:15, 2:18, “Fine brass.” Latin Vulgate, “aurichalcum, as white brass, fine brass, a factitious metal among the ancients, formed of the same ingredients as brass, but in other proportions; The electrum, of the ancients, here meant, was not amber, but a mixed metal composed of some four parts gold and one part silver, and distinguished for its brilliance. In a similar connection, Ezekiel 1:7, it is, “Burnished brass.” It’s from Greek, whiteness, from Hebrew, to be white, as white or shining brass.

Brass: 5470. See Bits, 5470.

Brass: 5474. Greek is, chalkoilbanon. Revelation 1:15, 2:18, “His feet are like fine brass.” Aurichalcum, as white brass, fine brass, a factitious metal among the ancients, formed of the same ingredients as brass, but in other proportions. Others of the ancients meant, not amber, but a mixed metal composed of some four parts gold and one part silver, and distinguished for its brilliancy. In a similar connection, Ezekiel 1:4-27, “The color of amber,” and especially, Ezekiel 8:2. as Hebrew, burnished brass, In Ezekiel 1:7, “The color of burnished brass.” Some say it is from the Greek. Past particle, whiteness, to be white, as white, or shining brass.

Brass: 5475. Greek is, chalkos. Past particle, ore, metal, of any kind. Generally and in N.T., copper, brass, especially as wrought and tempered for arms, utensils, etc.

1. Past particle, Revelation 18:12, “Of brass. Septuagint for Hebrew, Genesis 4:22, “Brass.” Ezra 8:27, “Fine copper.”

2. Metonymically, anything made of copper or brass, as 1 Corinthians 13:1, “Sounding brass,” as a trumpet or symbol. Also brass or copper coin, money, Matthew 10:9. Mark 6:8, 12:41, “The people cast money into the treasury.”

Brawler: Brawlers: 269. Greek is, amachos. Adjective, past particle, not disposed to fight. In N.T., metaphor, not contentious, not quarrelsome, 1 Timothy 3:3, “Not a brawler.” Titus 3:2.

Bread: 740. Greek is, artos. a. Generally, bread, a loaf, plural, loaves. Matthew 4:3-4, “Man shall not live by bread alone.” Matthew 7:9, 14:17-19, “Five loaves.” Matthew 15:34-36. Mark 6:41. John 21:9-13. Septuagint for Hebrew, Genesis 14:18, “Brought forth bread.” 1 Samuel 17:17, “Ten loaves.” Spoken of the shew bread, Matthew 12:4. “Did eat the shewbread.” Hebrews 9:2. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Bread,” Leviticus 24:7, 1 Samuel 21:4-6, “Hollowed bread.”

Of the bread in the sacred supper, Matthew 26:26. Mark 14:22. Luke 22:19. 1 Corinthians 10:16-17, 11:23-26-27-28. Metaphor, “Heavenly bread,” as in that divine and spiritual aliment presented to the life and soul of Christians in the person of the Son of God, John 6:31-58, “Bread from heaven,” see verses 51-56.

Hence compared with manna verses 49-58, collectively, Psalms 78:24-25, “Rained down manna.” Others understand here intellectual aliment, doctrine, wisdom, etc. compare with, Proverbs 9:5, “Eat of my bread.” From the Hebrew, food, as anything for the sustenance of the body. Matthew 6:11. Mark 6:8-36. Luke 11:3. 2 Corinthians 9:10, “Bread for your food.” Septuagint and Hebrew, Exodus 16:4-15-29. Isaiah 58:7. So as food destined for the children, Matthew 15:26. Mark 7:27.

So in the phrases, Mark 3:20. Luke 14:1-15; and Matthew 15:2. Mark 7:5, to eat bread, as to take food, to take a meal, to eat, generally. Compare with Septuagint and Hebrew, Genesis 37:25, 39:6. 1 Samuel 20:33. 1 Kings 13:8-23. John 13:18, “He that eateth bread with me,” as who is my friend; quoted from Psalms 41:9, where Septuagint, “Eat of my bread.” Hence to eat the bread of any one, as to be supported by anyone, 2 Thessalonians 3:8. Compare with Septuagint and Hebrew,              2 Samuel 9:7-10. So to eat one’s own bread, as to support one’s self, 2 Thessalonians 3:12, “Eat their own bread.”

Breadth: 4114.

Break: 827. Greek is, auge. Light, brightness, spoken of the light of day, the sun, etc. Acts 20:11, “Till break of day,” till dawn. Septuagint for Hebrew, “We wait for light, “Isaiah 59:9.

Break: 1358. Greek is, diorusso. Feminine, to dig through, as in the walls of houses, which in the East were built of clay, earth, etc. Matthew 6:19-20, 24:43, “To be broken up.” Luke 12:39. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Dig,” Job 24:16. so Ezekiel 12:7, “Digged.”

Break: 2608. See Broken, 2608.
Break: Breaking: 2806. See Brake, 2806.

Break: 3089. Greek is, luo. Feminine, to loose, to loosen, what is fast, bound, as to unbind, to untie, transitive verb.

Past particle, of a ligature = (something that binds or connects) or anything fastened by it. Mark 1:7, “Whose shoes I am not worthy to — unloose.” Luke 3:16. John 1:27. Acts 7:33, “Put off thy shoes.” Acts 13:25, “To loose.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “Put off,” Exodus 3:5. Trope, as in impediment, Mark 7:35. Acts 2:24. Here belongs also the phrase, Matthew 16:19, “Whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven.” Matthew 18:18. as in whatsoever ye shall loose (open) on earth etc. Of animals tied, as in, Mark 11:2-4-5, “Loose him.” Luke 19:30-31-33. Absolute, Matthew 21:2. Sequel follows, Luke13:15, “Loose his ox –and lead him away.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “Loosed” Job 39:5. Of a person swathed in bandages, grave-clothes, John 11:44.

Spoken of persons bound, to let go loose, to set free, as in prisoners, Acts 22:30, “He loosed him from his bands.” Acts 24:26. Revelation 9:14-15, 20:3-7, “Satan shall be loosed out of his prison.” Trope, Luke 13:16. 1 Corinthians 7:27, as in, art thou free from a wife, in an tithes, with, Septuagint for Hebrew, “Loosed,” Psalms 105:20, 146:7, “Looseth the prisoners.”

To loosen, to dissolve, as in to sever, to break, as Revelation 5:2-5. Acts 27:41, “Hinder part was broken — of the waves,” but the stern went to pieces, from the violence of the waves. Trope, of an assembly, to dissolve, to break up, Acts 13:43, “Congregation was broken up.”

By implying to destroy, as buildings, to demolish, John 2:19, “destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up.” Ephesians 2:14. Trope, 1 John 3:8, “Destroy the works of the devil.” So of the world, to be destroyed by fire, to dissolve, to melt, 2 Peter 3:10-11-12. Trope, of a law, institution, to loosen its obligation, as in either to make void, to do away, John 10:35, “Scripture cannot be broken.” Matthew 5:19, “Whosoever therefore shall break one of.” Or else to break, to violate, John 7:23, “The law of Moses should not be broken.” John 5:18, “Broken the sabbath”

Break: 4486. Greek is, rhegnumi. Feminine, also present, “rhesso, “A poetic and later form, Mark 2:22, “Wine doth burst the bottles.” Mark 9:18, “He teareth him.” Also Septuagint, “Rend,” 1 Kings 11:31. To rend, to tear, to break.

Of things to rend, to burst, as leather bottles or skins, common form of accommodation, Mark 2:22. Luke 5:37, “Burst the bottles.” Passive, Matthew 9:17, “Bottles break.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “The ground clave,” Numbers 16:31. Joshua 9:13, “Rend.” Job 2:12, “They rent — his mantle.”

Of persons, to read, to tear, to lacerate, as dogs, Matthew 7:6, “And rend you.” Also as to tear down, to dash to the ground, as a demon one possessed, Mark 9:18. Luke 9:42, “Tare him.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “Dashed to pieces,” Isaiah 13:16.

Trope and absolute, to break forth, into rejoicing and praise, Galatians 4:27, “Break forth,” quoted from Isaiah 54:1, where Septuagint for Hebrew, usually common form accommodation, of manner or instrument. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Break forth,” Isaiah 49:13, 52:9.

Break: 4919. Greek is, sunthrupto. Feminine, to break, to break together, to crush into pieces; Trope, to crush the heart, as to dishearten, to take away one’s fortitude, Acts 21:13, “To break mine heart.”

Breaker: 3848. See Transgress, 3848.

Breaking: 2800. Greek is, klasis. A breaking, as act of breaking, as, Luke 24:35, “Breaking of bread.” Acts 2:42.

Breaking: 3847. See Transgress, 3847.

Breast: Breasts: 4738. Greek is, stethos. The breast. Plural, the breasts. Luke 18:13, “Smote upon his breast.” Luke 23:48. John 13:25, 21:20. Revelation 15:6, “Having their breasts (chests) girded with golden girdles.” Septuagint for Chaldean, Daniel 2:32. Exodus 28:23-26, “Make upon the breastplate two rings of gold.”

Breastplate: Breastplates: 2382. Greek is, thorax. A breast-plate, cuirass. Latin is lorica, as in armor covering the body from the neck to the thighs, consisting of two parts, one covering the front and the other the back, past particle, Revelation 9:9-17, “Breastplates of fire.” Septuagint for Hebrew,. “Brigandines,” Jeremiah 46:4. 1 Samuel 17:5, “Armed with a coat of nails.” Nehemiah 4:16, “The harbergeons” trope, Ephesians 6:14, “Breastplate of righteousness.” 1 Thessalonians 5:8, “Breast-plate of faith and love,” compare with Septuagint, Isaiah 59:17, “He put on righteousness as a breastplate.” In late writers “breast-plate,” is also the breast, chest, thorax.

Breath: 4157. Greek is, pnoe. Breath, as

Vital breath, respiration, Acts 17:25, “He giveth to all life, and breath.” Septuagint for Hebrew, Genesis 2:7, “The breath of life.” Isaiah 42:5.

Breath of air, a blast, wind, Acts 2:2, “A rushing mighty wind.” Septuagint for Hebrew, Job 37:10, “By the breath of God.”

Breathed: 1720. Greek is, emphusao. Feminine, to blow in or on, to breathe on, absolute, John 20:22, “He breathed on them.” Septuagint for Hebrew, of wrath Ezekiel 22:21, “The fire of my wrath.” Of a wind, Ezekiel 37:9, 21:31, “I will blow against thee.”

Breathing: 1709. Greek is, empneo. Feminine to blow in or upon, to breathe in, intransitive verb, Generally to draw breath, to breathe, as to live. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Utterly destroyed all that breathed,” Joshua 10:40. Trope, transitive verb, to breathe in, to inspire, commodious, accommodation dative, in N.T., trope, and intransitive verb, to breathe, to respire, and sequel follows genitive, to breathe of anything, as to be full of, to be ready to burst with: Acts 9:1,”Saul breathing out threatenings,” Compare Hebrew, Psalms 27:12, “As breathe out cruelty.”

Breathren: 80. See Brother, 80.
Breathren: 81. See Brotherhood, 81.
Breathren: 5360. See Love, 5360.
Breathren: 5361. See Love, 5361.
Breathren: 5569. See False, 5569.

Bride: 3565. Greek is, numphe. Latin, to veil, a bride, spouse, newly married. Past particle, John 3:29, “He that hath the bride is the bridegroom.” Revelation 18:23, 21:2-9, 22:17. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Bride,” Jeremiah 2:34, 7:32. Joel 2:16.

Put for daughter-in-law, Matthew 10:35, “Daughter in law.” Luke 12:53. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Daughter in law,” Micah 7:6. Genesis 38:11. Ruth 1:6-7.

Bridechamber: 3567. Greek is, numphon. Bridal chamber, where the nuptial bed was prepared, usually in the house of the bridegroom whither the bride was brought in procession; In N.T., only in the phrase, “Sons of the bridal chamber, Matthew 9:15, “Can the children of the bridechamber mourn?” Mark 2:19. Luke 5:34. These were the companions of the bridegroom, bride-men. This as the bride also had her companions of bride maids.

Bridegroom: Bridegroom’s: 3566. Greek is, numphios. A bridegroom, spouse, newly married, Matthew 9:15, 25:1-5-6-10, “The bridegroom came.” Mark 2:19-20. Luke 5:34-35. John 2:9, 3:29. Revelation 18:23. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Bridegroom,” Psalms 19:5. Jeremiah 7:34.

Bridle: Bridles: 5469. Greek is, chalinos. A bit, curb, James 3:3, “He put bits in the horse’s mouth.” Revelation 14:20, “Even unto the horses bridles.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “Bridle,” 2 Kings 19:28. Isaiah 37:29.

Bridleth: 5468. Greek is, chalinagogeo. Feminine, past particle, to lead or guide with a bit. Hence to rein in, to bridle, as to check, to moderate, to restrain, common form of accommodation, James 1:26, “Bridleth not his tongue.” James 3:2, “Bridle the whole body.”

Briefly: 346. See Gather, 346.
Briefly: 3641. See Little, 3641.

Briers: 5146. Greek is, tribolos. Adjective, three-pointed, three pronged; Substantive noun, a caltrop, crow-foot, composed of three or more radiating spikes or prongs, and thrown upon the ground to annoy cavalry. In N.T., Tribulus, land caltrop, a low thorny shrub so called from the resemblance of its thorns and fruit to the military caltrop. Tribulus terretris. Matthew 7:16, “Or figs of thistles?” Hebrews 6:8, “Briers.” Septuagint for Hebrew, Genesis 3:18, “Thistles.” Hosea 10:8. Proverbs 22:5, “Thorns.”\Bright: 796. Greek is, astrape. Lightning.

a. Past particle, Revelation 4:5, 8:5, 11:19, 16:18, “Lightnings.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “Lightnings,” Exodus 19:16. Jer.10:13. Put as the symbol of speed, celerity, Matthew 24:27, “As the lightning cometh out of the east.” Luke 10:18, 17:24. Septuagint and Hebrew, Nahum 2:4.

b. By implication, brightness, splendor, Matthew 28:3. Luke 11:36, “The bright shining of a candle.” Septuagint and Hebrew, “Glittering sword,” Deuteronomy 32:41. Daniel 10:6.

Bright: 2986. Greek is, lampros. Shinning, bright, radiant,

a. Past particle, of a star, Revelation 22:16, “The bright and morning star.” Of raiment, radiant and hence white, spoken of angels Acts 10:30, “Bright clothing.” Revelation 15:6, “White linen.” Revelation 19:8. Of the robe put by Herod, upon Christ in mockery, as Pilate’s soldiers afterwards put on him a purple robe, Luke 23:11, “Arrayed Him in a gorgeous robe.” Compare with, Mark 15:17 etc. Hence by implication, splendid, sumptuous, of raiment, James 2:2, “Goodly apparel.” James 2:3, “Gay clothing.” So generally, Revelation 18:14, “Things which were -goodly.” costly things.

b. Clear, limpid, Revelation 22:1, “Clear as water.”

Bright: 5460. See Light, 5460.

Brightness: 541. Splendor, reflected splendor, or brightness. Hebrews 1:3, “Who = (Jesus) being the brightness of His = (the Father’s) glory.” Trope, as in whom the divine majesty is conspicuous, as in, Colossians 1:15, “Who = (Jesus) is the image of the invisible God = (the Father.

Brightness: 2015. Greek is, epiphaneia. An appearing, appearance, spoken of the advent of Jesus, 2 Timothy 1:10, “Made manifest by the appearing of our Saviour.” Of His future advent,  2 Thessalonians 2:8, 1 Timothy 6:14, “appearing of,”           2 Timothy 4:1-8, Titus 2:13. Compare with, Luke 1:78-79, “Give light.” Also, of the splendid celestial appearances in aid of Israel.

Brightness: Greek 2987, Splendor Acts 26:13. O.T., Isaiah 60:3. Daniel 12:3.

Brim: 507. See Above, 507.

Brimstone: 2303. Greek is, theion. Sulphur, brimstone, Revelation 19:20, “burning with brimstone.” So, “fire and brim- stone,” as in sulphurous flames, Luke 17:29. Revelation 14:10, “Tormented with fire and brimstone.” Revelation 20:10, 21:8. Sulphurous flames and smoke, Revelation 9:17-18. So Septuagint and Hebrew, “Brimstone,” Genesis 19:24. Ezekiel 38:22.

Brimstone: 2306. Greek is, theiodes. Sulphurous, as in made of sulphur, Revelation 9:17. A form only of the later Greek.

Bring: 71. See Brought, 71-all.
Bring: 114. See Despise, 114.
Bring: 321. See Brought, 321-a.
Bring: 363. See Mind, 363.
Bring: 518. See Tell, 518.
Bring: 520. See Put, 520.
Bring: 667.
Bring: 1295. See Heal,1295.
Bring: 1396. See Subjection, 1396.
Bring: 1402.
Bring: Bringeth: 1521, See Brought, 1521.
Bring: Bringest: 1533, See Brought 1533.
Bring: 1625. See Nourished, 1625.
Bring: 1627, See Brought, 1627.
Bring: Bringing: 1863.
Bring: 2018. See Brought 2018.
Bring: 2036. See Say, 1510.  
Bring: 2097. See Good 2097-b.
Bring: Bringeth: 2592. See Beareth, 2592.
Bring: 2609. See Brought, 2609.
Bring: 2615. See Bondage 2615.  
Bring: 2673. See Abolished, 2673.
Bring: 3918. See Come, 3918.
Bring: 4160. Bringeth: Bringing: 4160. See Wrought, 4160.
Bring: 4311. See Brought, 4311.
Bring: 4317. See Brought, 4317. 
Bring: 4374. See Brought, 4374.
Bring: 4393. See Forth, 4393.  
Bring: 5062.
Bring: Bringeth: 5088. See Bearest, 5088.
Bring: 5179. See Form, 5179.
Bring: 5342. Bringeth: Bringing: 5342. See Endure, 5342.
Bring: 5461. See Light, 5461.
Bringeth: 399. See Bear, 399.
Bringeth: 616, See Begat, 616.
Bringeth: 1544. See Leave, 1544.
Bringeth: 2592. See Beareth, 2592.
Bringeth: 4393,
Bringeth: 4992,
Bringing: 71, See Brought, 71-a.
Bringing: 163. See Captive, 163.

Bringing: 1898.

Broad: 2149. Greek is, euruchoros. Past particle, broad-spaced, as broad, spacious, as, Matthew 7:13, “Broad is the way.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “Large pastures,” Isaiah 30:23.

Broad: 4115. Greek is, platuno. Feminine, aoris 1, passive preferred, passive 3ed person singular “Expanded.” 2 Corinthians 6:11, “Our heart is enlarged.”

a. Past particle, Matthew 23:5, “They make broad their phylacteries.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “Enlarge thy borders,” Exodus 34:24. Habakkuk 2:5.

b. Trope as in Hebrew, “to make broad or large to or for any one, as in to give him enlargement, deliverance from straits; Septuagint and Hebrew, “Enlarged me,” Psalms 4:1, compare with, Psalms 18:19, “A large place.” Hence in N.T., passive, to be enlarged, as in to have enlargement, to rejoice. 2 Corinthians 6:13, “Be ye also enlarged,” compare with verse 12. So of the heart, verse 11. Compare Septuagint and Hebrew in a somewhat different sense, Psalms 119:32. “Thou shalt enlarge my heart.”

Broided. 4117. See Hair, 4117.

Broiled: 3702. Greek is, optos. To roast, roasted, broiled, cooked by fire, Luke 24:42, “A piece of broiled fish.” Septuagint for Hebrew, “Roast with fire,” Exodus 12:8-9. Isaiah 44:16, “He roasted roast.”

Broke: See Brake.
Broken: 1358. See Break, 1358.

Broken: 1575. Greek is, “ekklao. 1 passive, to break out or off, transitive verb, as a branch, Romans 11:17-19-20, “Because of unbelief they were broken off.”

Broken: 1846. Greek is, exorusso. To dig out, transitive verb, Mark 2:4, “Broken it up,” digging out or removing the tiles, earth, etc. Trope, Galatians 4:15, “Plucked out your own eye,” denoting entire devotedness. Septuagint past particle for Hebrew, “Put out,” Judges 16:22. 1 Samuel 11:2, “Thrust out.”

Broken: 2608. Greek is, katagnumi. Matthew 12:20, “A bruised reed shall he not break.” To break down, to break in two. John 19:31, “Their legs might be broken,” with verses 32-33. Septuagint for Hebrew, “His arm is broken,” Jeremiah 48:25.

Broken: 2801, Greek is, kiasma. Fragment, bit, as of food, Matthew 14:20, “Took up of the fragments.” Matthew 15:37, “Took up the broken meat.” Mark 6:43, 8:8-19-20. Luke 9:17. John 6:12-13. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Broken,” Leviticus 2:6. Judges 19:5, “Morsel of bread.” 1 Samuel 30:12, “Piece of a cake of figs.”

Broken: 2806. Greek is, klao. Future, to break, as to break off or in two. In N.T. only in the phrase to break bread, for distribution as preparatory to a meal, the Jewish bread being in the form of thin cakes. Also generally, Matthew 14:19, “Brake.” Matthew 15:36. Mark 8:6-19. Luke 24:30. Acts 27:35, “He had broken it.” Septuagint and Hebrew, “Tear themselves (break bread,)” Jeremiah 16:7, compare with, Isaiah 58:7, “Deal thy bread.” So in the Lord’s supper and agapae, Matthew 26:26. Mark 14:22. Luke 22:19. Acts 2:46, 20:7-11. 1 Corinthians 10:16, 11:24.

Metaphor of the body, of Christ, as typically broken in the Eucharist. 1 Corinthians 11:24, “This is my body, which is broken for you.” where the allusion is to the death on the cross.

Broken: 2906. Greek is, krauge. Cry, outcry, as for public information, Matthew 25:6, “There was a cry made.” Revelation 14:18. Of tumult or controversy, clamor, Acts 23:9, Ephesians 4:31, “Clamour, — be put away.” Of sorrow, wailing, Revelation 21:4. Septuagint for Hebrew, “A great cry.” Exodus 12:30. Of supplication, Hebrews 5:7. Septuagint, “Cry of the poor.” Job.34:28.

Broken: 3089. See Break, 3089.

Broken: 4917. Greek is, sunthlao. Feminine, to crush. To crush together, to dash in pieces, Passive, Matthew 21:44, “Shall be broken.” Luke 20:18. Septuagint for Hebrew, Psalms 107:16, “Broken the gates of brass.” Isaiah 45:2, “Break in pieces.” Psalms 58:7, “Cut in pieces.”

Broken: 4937. See Bruise, 4937.
Broken: 4977. See Rent, 4977.
Brokenhearted: 2588. See Heart, 2588.
Brokenhearted: 4937. See Bruise, 4937.

Brood: 3555. Greek is, nossia. A nest with the young, Septuagint for Hebrew, Psalms 84:4, “Blessed are they that dwell in thy house.” In N.T., a nest of young birds, brood, Luke 13:34, “As a hen gather her brood.” Septuagint and Hebrew, Deuteronomy 32:11, “Nest.”

Brook: 5493. Greek is, cheimarrhos. Past particle, flowing in winter, wintry. In N.T., substantive verb, a storm-brook, wintry torrent, which flows in the rainy season or winter, but dries up in summer; spoken of the Cedron, John 18:1, “Over the brook Cedron.” Septuagint and Hebrew, of the brook Kidron, 2 Samuel 15:23. 1 Kings 2:37, 15:13.

Brother: Brother’s: 80. Greek is, adelphos. Of unity. Uterus.

1. Past particle, a brother, whether derived from the same father only, Matthew 1:2, “His brethren.” Luke 3:1-19, or also born of the same mother. Luke 6:14. It is sometimes to be supplied; as before, “His brother,” Luke 6:14. Acts 1:13, collectively with Jude 1.

2. Metaphor, one who is connected with another in any kind of intimacy or fellowship.

2-a. A near relative, kinsman by blood, cousin. Matthew 12:46 “His brethren,” John 7:3. Acts 1:14. Galatians 1:19. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Brethren,” Genesis 13:8, 14:16, “His brother.”

2-b. One born in the same country, descended from the same stock, a fellow countryman, Matthew 5:47. Acts 3:22. Hebrews 7:5. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Brethren,” Exodus 2:11, 4:18.

2-c. One of equal rank and dignity, Matthew 23:8. Compare Septuagint and Hebrew, Job 30:29, “I am a brother to dragons,” with Proverbs 18:9, “He that is slothful in his work is brother to him that is a great waster (destroyer.)

2-d. Spoken of disciples, followers, etc. Matthew 25:40. Hebrews 2:11-12.

2-e. One of the same faith, a fellow-Christian, Acts 9:30, 11:29. 1 Corinthians 5:11. Compare Hebrew, Amos 1:9, “Remembered not the brotherly covenant.”

2-f. An associate, colleague, in office or dignity, 1 Corinthians 1:1: 2 Corinthians 1:1, 2:13. In Revelation 6:11, it is joined with, “Fellow-servant,” collectively with Revelation 19:10, 22:9. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Brethren.” Ezra 3:2.

2-g. One of the same nature, a man, as in Matthew 5:22-23-24, 7:5. Hebrews 2:17, 8:11. Septuagint and Hebrew, Genesis 13:11. 26:31, “One from the other,” verse 31, “One to another.”

2-h. By implication, one beloved, as a brother, in a direct address, Acts 2:29, 6:3. 1 Thessalonians 5:1.

Brotherhood: 81. Greek is, adelphotes. Past particle, brotherly affection and intercourse. In N.T., a fraternity, the Christian brotherhood, 1 Peter 2:17, “Love the brotherhood.” 1 Peter 5:9, “In your brethren.”

Broke: See Brake.
Broken: 1358. See Break, 1358.

Broken: 1575. Greek is, “ekklao. 1 passive, to break out or off, transitive verb, as a branch, Romans 11:17-19-20, “Because of unbelief they were broken off.”

Broken: 1846. Greek is, exorusso. To dig out, trans. Mark 2:4, “Broken it up,” digging out or removing the tiles, earth, etc. Trope, Galatians 4:15, “Plucked out your own eye,” denoting entire devotedness. Septuagint, past particle, which express a completed action, for Hebrew, “Put out,” Judges 16:22. 1 Samuel 11:2, “Thrust out.”

Broken: 2608. Greek is, katagnumi. Matthew 12:20, “A bruised reed shall he not break.” To break down, to break in two. John 19:31, “Their legs might be broken,” with verses 32-33. Septuagint for Hebrew, “His arm is broken,” Jeremiah 48:25.

Broken: 2801, Greek is, kiasma. Fragment, bit, as of food, Matthew 14:20, “Took up of the fragments.” Matthew 15:37, “Took up the broken meat.” Mark 6:43, 8:8-19-20. Luke 9:17. John 6:12-13. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Broken,” Leviticus 2:6. Judges 19:5, “Morsel of bread.” 1 Samuel 30:12, “Piece of a cake of figs.”

Broken: 2806. Greek is, klao. Future, to break, as to break off or in two. In N.T. only in the phrase to break bread, for distribution as preparatory to a meal, the Jewish bread being in the form of thin cakes. Also generally, Matthew 14:19, “Brake.” Matthew 15:36. Mark 8:6-19. Luke 24:30. Acts 27:35, “He had broken it.” Septuagint and Hebrew, “Tear themselves (break bread,)” Jeremiah 16:7, compare with, Isaiah 58:7, “Deal thy bread.”

So in the Lord’s supper and agapae, Matthew 26:26. Mark 14:22. Luke 22:19. Acts 2:46, 20:7-11. 1 Corinthians 10:16, 11:24. Metaphor of the body, of Christ, as typically broken in the Eucharist. 1 Corinthians 11:24, “This is my body, which is broken for you.” where the allusion is to the death on the cross.

Broken: 2906. Greek is, krauge. Cry, outcry, as for public information, Matthew 25:6, “There was a cry made.” Revelation 14:18. Of tumult or controversy, clamor, Acts 23:9, Ephesians 4:31, “Clamour, — be put away.” Of sorrow, wailing, Revelation 21:4. Septuagint for Hebrew, “A great cry.” Exodus 12:30. Of supplication Hebrews 5:7. Septuagint for Hebrew, “Cry of the poor.” Job 34:28.

Broken: 3089. See Break, 3089.

Broken: 4917. Greek is, sunthlao. Feminine, to crush. To crush together, to dash in pieces, passive, Matthew 21:44, “Shall be broken.” Luke 20:18. Septuagint for Hebrew, Psalms 107:16, “Broken the gates of brass.” Isaiah 45:2, “Break in pieces.” Psalms 58:7, “Cut in pieces.”

Broken: 4937. See Bruise, 4937.
Broken: 4977. See Rent, 4977.
Brokenhearted: 2588. See Heart, 2588.
Brokenhearted: 4937. See Bruise, 4937.

Brood: 3555. Greek is, nossia. A nest with the young, Septuagint for Hebrew, Psalms 84:4, “Blessed are they that dwell in thy house.” In N.T., a nest of young birds, brood, Luke 13:34, “As a hen gather her brood.” Septuagint and Hebrew, Deuteronomy 32:11, “Nest.”

Brook: 5493. Greek is, cheimarrhos. Past particle, flowing in winter, wintry. In N.T., substantive noun, a storm-brook, wintry torrent, which flows in the rainy season or winter, but dries up in summer; spoken of the Cedron, John 18:1, “Over the brook Cedron.” Septuagint and Hebrew, of the brook Kidron, 2 Samuel 15:23. 1 Kings 2:37, 15:13.

Brother: Brother’s: 80. Greek is, adelphos. Of unity. Uterus.

1. Past particle, a brother, whether derived from the same father only, Matthew 1:2, “His brethren.” Luke 3:1-19, or also born of the same mother. Luke 6:14. It is sometimes to be supplied; as before, “His brother,” Luke 6:14. Acts 1:13, collectively  with Jude 1.

2. Metaphor, one who is connected with another in any kind of intimacy or fellowship.

2-a. A near relative, kinsman by blood, cousin. Matthew 12:46, “His brethren,” John 7:3. Acts 1:14. Galatians 1:19. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Brethren,” Genesis 13:8, 14:16, “His brother.”

2-b. One born in the same country, descended from the same stock, a fellow countryman, Matthew 5:47. Acts 3:22. Hebrews 7:5. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Brethren,” Exodus 2:11, 4:18.

2-c. One of equal rank and dignity, Matthew 23:8. Compare with, Job 30:29, “I am a brother to dragons,” with Proverbs 18:9, “He that is slothful in his work is brother to him that is a great waster = (destroyer.)”

2-d. Spoken of disciples, followers, etc. Matthew 25:40. Hebrews 2:11-12.

2-e. One of the same faith, a fellow-Christian, Acts 9:30, 11:29. 1 Corinthians 5:11. Compare, Amos 1:9, “Remembered not the brotherly covenant.”

2-f. An associate, colleague, in office or dignity, 1 Corinthians 1:1. 2 Corinthians 1:1, 2:13. In Revelation 6:11, it is joined with, “fellow servant,” collectively, Revelation 19:10, 22:9. Septuagint and Hebrew, “Brethren,” Ezra 3:2.

2-g. One of the same nature, a man, as in Matthew 5:22-23-24, 7:5. Hebrews 2:17, 8:11. Septuagint and Hebrew, Genesis 13:11. 26:31, “One from the other,” verse 31, “One to another.”

2-h. By implication, one beloved, as a brother, in a direct address, Acts 2:29, 6:3. 1 Thessalonians 5:1.

Brotherhood: 81. Greek is, adelphotes. Past particle, brotherly affection and intercourse. In N.T., a fraternity, the Christian brotherhood, 1 Peter 2:17, “Love the brotherhood.” 1 Peter 5:9, “In your brethren.” 

Phillip Laspino www.seekfirstwisdom.com