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Full text of "Clavis Syriaca : a key to the ancient Syriac version, called "Peshito," of te four holy Gospels .."

.S, VI57 



CLAVIS SYEIACA. 



CTambtiljge : 

PRINTED BY C. J. CLAY, M.A. & SON, 
AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS. 



CLAVIS SYRIACA: 

A KEY TO THE 

ANCIENT SYRIAC VERSION, 
CALLED "PESHITO; 

OF THE FOUR HOLY GOSPELS. 



REV. HENRY F.^WHISH, M.A., 

CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGK, CAMBRIDGE. 



LONDON: 

GEORGE BELL AND SONS. 

CAMBRIDGE : DEIGHTON, BELL AND CO. 

1883 



THE EIGHT EEVEREND FATHER IN GOD 

RICHARD 
LORD BISHOP OF CHICHESTER 

THIS VOLUME 

DESIGNED TO ELUCIDATE THE VENERABLE AND ANCIENT SYRIAC 

(PESHITO) VERSION OF THE FOUR HOLY GOSPELS 

IS 

WITH HIS LORDSHIP'S PERMISSION 

MOST RESPECTFULLY AND DUTIFULLY 

INSCRIBED 

BY THE AUTHOR. 






PEEFACE. 

Little need be said in the way of introduction to the 
following Work, which in answering to its title sufficiently 
explains its own object : viz. to furnish a complete analysis of 
the text of the Four Gospels, as it exists in that ancient and 
venerable Syriac Version of the New Testament, commonly 
called Peshito — i. e. the simple, or literal : — a Version Avhich 
loses nothing of its value from the fact, that whereas for a long 
time it was regarded as the most ancient, the researches of 
later years have brought to light a MS. of the Gospels in 
Syriac, supposed to- be at least as ancient as the Old Latin, 
and which is now in the British Museum. 

The plan which I have endeavoured to carry out in the 
following pages is this : — To give 

1. The Syriac word, as it stands in the text. 

2. The English rendering, according to the Authorized 
Version, with a more literal translation where it seems necessary. 

3. The corresponding Greek word, or words, — preceded, 
where not strictly literal, by the abbreviation Gr. 

4. The parsing of the word, with all its various forms, as 
occurring in the Gospels, or in other parts of the New Testament, 
with references. 

As a rule, I have not thought it necessary to give the affixed 
forms, except where the simple form does not otherwise occur, 
or where the affix seems to present any peculiarity. 

5. The derived forms traced to their respective Roots. 
Under this head are in some cases added derivatives from verbs 
and nouns, which, although not occurring in the Gospels, often 
serve to illustrate the meaninsr of the orifjinal Root. 



11 PREFACE. 

6. The analogous, or cognate, form, where such exists, 

(a) In Hebrew, with reference (except in a few very 
common words) to one or more familiar passages in 
the Old Testament. 

(6) In Chaldee, with similar, but fuller, references to the 
Books of Daniel and Ezra. 

7. A literal translation of such passages as deviate in any 
remarkable degree from the Original, whether in grammatical 
construction, or in the actual reading of the text. Where the 
Syi'iac Version, thus deviating from the Keceived Text, agrees 
with one or more of the most ancient Greek MSS., such agree- 
ment is noted: the MSS. referred to being principally the 
Sinaitic, the Vatican, and the Alexandrine. 

I have appended a complete Index to the whole Work, b}* 
reference to which the Student will readily find every word — 
including every conjugation of the Verb — where it first occurs, 
and where it is fully explained. 

In the arrangement of this Clavis, the Gospel of S. John is 
placed first in order; since, as in Greek, so in Syriac, its 
language and construction is the simplest, and presents fewer 
difficulties to the beginner : and by this plan, the Gospel of S. 
Luke, which is the most difficult, stands last 

The Text which I have followed is that published by Mr 
Bagster, and bound up with Gutbir's Lexicon. 

Although designed, in the first instance, for the use of 
beginners, this Work does not profess to be, in the strictest 
sense, elementary ; it being taken for granted that the student 
has mastered at least the Elements of Syriac Grammar, and is 
acquainted with the forms of Nouns and Adjectives, Paradigms 
of Verbs, &c. The Grammars to which I have occasionally referred 
are those of Dr Phillips, President of Queens' College, Cambridge 
(Deighton, Bell and Co.), and B. Harris Cowper, Esq. (Williams 
and Norgate). There is also a very useful little Grammar pre- 
fixed to the "Syriac Reading Lessons," published by Mr Bagster, 



PREFACE. iii 

1 take this opportunity of expressing my great obligation to 
the Rev. J. Sandford Bailey, for his kind counsel and invaluable 
assistance while this work was preparing for the press : — to the 
Very Rev. the Dean of Canterbury, for his great kindness in 
allowing me to submit the MS. to his inspection; and to my 
revered Diocesan, the Lord Bishop of Chichester, for the high 
honour he has done me in permitting me to dedicate these pages 
to him. It is my earnest hope that my work may prove not 
altogether unworthy of such patronage. I shall feel that my 
object has been fully attained, and the labour of many years 
well spent, if it should be the means of affording some assistance 
to those who have begun, and perhaps of encouraging many to 
begin, the study of the Syriac Language : — a Language which 
must commend itself to all, not only for its own intrinsic beauty 
and sweetness (the very Italian of the Semitic family), and the 
ease with which, especially with a previous acquaintance with 
Hebrew, it may be acquired ; — but chiefly as being, in all pro- 
bability, the native Tongue of the Son of God Manifest in the 
Flesh,— the Language in which His "Gracious Words" were 
uttered. His Sermon on the Mount, His Parables, His Words of 
love, reproof, and warning ; — the Language which gave expression 
to His last Cry on the Cross, 

HENRY F. WHISH. 

BiaOHTON, 

June 22, 1B83. 



ERRATA. 

Page 3, line 14, for ^j read ,_». 

21, „ 16, for ^oALd ^ read ^oASd ^. 

88, „ 4 from the bottom, for ''quadrilateral," read "quadri- 
literal." 

90, „ 4, for ]-^ read ]i^. 

101 (Chap. V. 2), for TZdoj read fAsoj. 

103, lines 21, 22, for "jlo^, lioi, read ^ot^, \io]. 

134, line 13, for ^Aj] read ^Aj"). 

145, „ 13, for 05yjv»AkA read o5^jv>AV)\. 

149, „ 5, for ^].-»^AJ5 read ^1_k»Z!j>. 

163, „ 4 from the bottom, for A .]\ rnn read A .]"> mn 

175, „ 12, for (JL1,55 read 0TA5j. 

183, „ 5, for oU read 0^|. 

199, y „ 1, for UQ-4-r4^T read U^'^l- 

240, „ 14, for "Editors" read "Editions". 

262, „ 23, for »d5Q-k» read »d5q_»«j. 

7 x y __ -x 

310, „ 3 from the bottom, for ^.010^0;^ read - .rnnniin'-^ 

322, „ 6, for ];m S^k. read Ivms,-K». 
386, 387, top of page, for "Matthew" read "Mark". 
. 391, line 15, for ]ni^. read ]A . ^^ 

, 480, „ 4, for "IjJOlb read ")j>a£D. 



CLAVIS. 



THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO 

S. JOHN. 

AajjOj, 1;.d1o ^^sLLDJ "jlOj^ ^_l_K.a_.5 "IZolOj^ l*_.pO ^ I \ ^o] 

The Holy Gospel, the Preaching of John the Preacher, which he spoke 
and preached in Greek at Ephesus. 

CHAPTER I. 

(^pjlsLO, a chapter — fi'om the Gr. Kct^aXaiovA 

Ver. 1. A . m v.^ ill the bejinning — iu dpxv- 

— *0 inseparable preposition. 

— A-l_*.j3 noun fern, denom. from ,_«^5, /lead. — A beginning. ^-iD 

I X 

A > m ^if^ from the beginning^ a-rr apxy's, cli. viii. 44 : S. Matt. 

X 

xix. 4, 8; S. Mark x. 6 Def. ]h i ■ J, the beginning, Hebr. 

X 

iii. 14; vii. 3. The Jirst, Acts xxvi. 23. First-fruits, S. James 
i. 18. — PI. def. 1 A . » A ^ Hebr. vii. 4 (Gr. Ik nZv aKpoOivtwv). 
Heb. n^t^SI <^en. i. 1. 

— loan ^OIoAjI ivas—^v — A^l , is ; properly a primitive and in- 
declinable noun signifying "existence, being". With pi. suilixes, 

W. C. 1 



2 s. JOHN 1. 1, ± 

Ver. K it forms the pres. tense of the subst. verb, as .-»01oA_»], he is, 
^OT_iA_»|, they are, &c. : the imperf. tense being expressed by the 

addition of (COl, OOCn, itc. lu the 3rd pers. of both numbers the 

affix is often omitted; as (001 A^j he was, OOOl Aj(, they were. 

A_» ( followed by the dative expresses the verb " to liave" ; 
as . t.\ Zl»(, / have, Lat. Est mihi; *^X A_» j, thou hast, ch. iv. 11. 

Similarly is used t > \ - A_.l (J , is not. 

7 ^0 

— fA\k3 the Word— 6 Ao'yos— Def of U^ (S. Matt. iv. 4, etc.) noun 

fem. (hei'e masc. in sense, and therefore joined with a masc. verb), 
A word, speech, or thing, cause, reason (as Heb. ^H*!)- ^^■ 

T T 

■ > \So, def. fllib, ch. iii. 34.— Constr. (5^ - » ^^, ihe icords 

of truth. Acts xxvi. 25. Root ^Ld Pa. ^'5^1^, spoke. 

Heb. n7;!3, Ps. xix. 5. Thing (as "li"!), Job xxxii. 11.— 
Chald. n^/p (for ^12) word, Dan. ii. 9^ ' Def. nn'?/p , ^^nd 
}^rixtt> ver. 5, 15. Thhig, ii. 5, 8, etc. 

T ; ' 

— 0010 pei's. pron. 3. sing. masc. prefixed with the copidative conj. O, 

and. It expresses here the force of the Gi\ art. o. — Pi. masc. 

— Ux^ with — TT/jo's — Preposition. With affixes, w_»ZQ_ik, vnth me, 

^Q_^, with us, tfec. Also signifying to, towards, at the hands of 
(S. Matt. vi. 1).— loX ^,from; OlZo^ ^, from Him, ch. 
vii. 29, below. 

— IcTl^ GOD — Tw 0£oV — Def. of cn..^, Rev. viii. 2; xxii. 9, 

according to De Dieu ; — Others read the def. form, as here and 
elsewhere in the N.T Fem. def j2.cn__^, the Goddess, Acts xix. 

27 : with aff. ver. 37.— PI. masc. def |^.l^, ch. x. 34, 35, below. 
Heb. niSwS*, P«- 1. 22.— Chald. hSx, Dan. ii. 18. Def. 
iSn\s*, vor. 20. PI. I^n'-'N* ver. 11. ^" 

T T •••;' I . T v;' 

2. pon tJiis, the same — ovro<; — Demonstr. pron. masc. sing. — PI. masc. 
_j--^C7I , these, those. 



S. JOHN I. 3. 3 

Ver, 3. ^\l3 all, all things — ravra — Properly a noun masc. denoting entirety, 
universality, but used adjectively. With affixes, ,-^, loe all, 

7 

alio/ us; ^n\n , all of ynu, etc. — When referring to a following 
noun, the affix agrees with that noun, and is pleonastic ; as 

(klL 01^, all {of it) thei^eople. 

Heb. and Chald. 73, -73, of frequent use. 

— on,_if^ hy His hand, i.e. hy Him— Gr. BC avTov—Bet (with prefixed 

preposition, to which the first vowel is remitted, — and affixed 

7 
pron. 3. smg. masc.) of ,_,, noun fern. The hand, seldom occur- 
ring as a noun. Def. Y^] (S. Mar. vii. 32) the hand, also power, 

dominion.— Tl (of masc. form) ^r-.] , S. Mar. ix. 43 ; Col. ii. 

X 

11.— Def. t^l, S. John vii. 30, U. 

fj with pref s^, \^ is used as a preposition, f*-^, hy, hy 

means of. J^ \^, at, near, hy the side, shore, of. 

Heb. *7\ Chald. ^^ def. ^'^\ Dan. v. 5, 24. 
T - T : 

— (ocn was, was made, came into existence — eyeVcro — The Substantive 

verb, pret. 3. sing. — Fut. loTU, S. Matt. xxvi. 35 Imperat. 

wiOOl, S. Matt. ii. 13; pi, OOOl, v. 48 : S. Luke xii. 36, 40 

Inf. with pref ^, loTlV?\, S. John iii. 9 ; ix. 27 ; S. Matt. xix. 

21 Part, "iooi, S. Mark iv. 28. Fern. UoCTl, S. Matt. xii. 45; 

xiii. 22; S. Mark iv. 19, 32.— PI. masc. ^ocfl, S. Matt. xiv. 21 ; 

XV. 38 ; S. Luke ix. 14. — Fern. ^CCTl, S. Mar. xii. 25 ; S. Luke 
XX. 34, 35. ^ 

For the complete paradigm of this verb, see Phillips's Gram. 
§33. 

Added to the participle or preterite of verbs, it forms their 
imperfect and pluperfect tense respectively, and the two words 
coalesce, 01 taking the linea occidtans. Thus : 

Imperf ]ocn ^^iD (Kotelvo) he was killing. 

Pluperf "looi ^^^jD (K'talvo) he had killed. 
Similarly, it forms its own tenses ; as, 
Imi)erf. jocn JOCH (hovcvo) he was. 



4 S. JOHN I. 3, 4. 

Ver. 3. Pluperf. loCTl "jooi (h'vovo) he had been. 

Yet in some cases we find the iraperf. with the force of a 
phiperf, and vice A^ersa. 

Heb. n\n. chaid. nn. 

T T T-; 

— .^OIO, S\n without Him — x'^P'-'^ avTov — .v \*^ (Rom. vii. 8 ; Philem. 

ver. 14) prep. Without, besides. Followed by _1d, S. Matt. x. 29; 
S. Lnke xxii. 6.^ — Takes affixes as a pi. noun, as here 3. masc. 

So (TLj,S\0, without it (sc. jZ.Q_«_«,-0, fern, holiness), Hebr. xii. 

14; -■ >,.,S\n, without us, Hebr. xi. 40. 

Heb. nj;S^, with aff. HJ^Ss, "^nj^S!!, Gen. xli. 16, 44. 

Comp. of 73^ not, and *7J^ ^J^ until. Compare ^*1J^75 
always with pref. p^ Hy'/!!^, Ps.' xviii. 32. 

— (laj" 7iot, not even — ov8e — Comp. of x^i]" , also, and jj not. 

— |r-K» one- — €v — Fem. of ,_k» (ver. 40) where see note. One, a certain 

one {TL<i). 

— Zooi ivas — eyeVcTo — Pret. 3. sing. fem. of joon. See note above. 

The point over L marks the feminine gender. 

— i>0,LD something, anything — Indeclinable. Followed, as here, by 5 

that which, whatsoever. It forms phi'ases: as I>OrlD i>0,lD various, 
Acts xxi. 34; — iO,lD ]J and |J '>0^, nothing, S. John xvi. 23; 

S. Matt. V. 13 : — iO^sD ^uD, all, lohatsoever, S. John xvi. 23: — 
iOjlD Vt'S.O, in every way, Gr. Kara Travra rpoTrov, Rom. iii. 2. 

— |Oai> that which was, existed — o yiyovev — 5, relative pronoun, with ' 

before a vowelless consonant. 

4. CJIO in Him — iu auVw — Preposition with affix 3. sing. masc. 

— H-»^ li/e — ^wT] — Def. of _a_»_k», pi. noun masc. li/e, health. The two 

dots (Ribui) mark the plural. Agrees, as an abstract noun, with 
the verb JOCTI in the singular. But in the next clause it is joined 
with the pi. form ^OCTLjAj]. 

Heb. D^^n Gren. ii. 7. — Chald. |^*n as an abstract noun, 
Dan. vii. 12. Constr. ^»n Ezr. vi. 10. 

— pOlQJ the light — to (^a>s — Noun masc. dcf. — Root JOTJ, shone. 



S. JOHN I. 4—6. 5 

.•_1_»_1_05 of men — lit. of the sons of men — rwvav^pwVwv — Plur. of 

7 . c P 7 

« ■ I;*") (ch. ii. 25) clef. ( a 1; n, ver. 6, below. Noun masc. com- 
pounded of ;^, son, and .-a-JJ, def. (-a-Jl, man, by apliseresis of 

. The sing. def. in a separate form, f « i( ;^, occurs, S. Matt. 

xii. 12 : also the pi. |jLj] - - ^ '^, S. Matt. vi. 5, &c. 

5. Jidq_«_kk£D iJi the darkness — Iv ry o-kotlo. — Def. (with pref. prej). *0) of 

.n m, .. > (ch. XX. 1) noun masc. Da^'k, darkyiess — R. - • * -^^ was 
dark. 

Heb. '!TW'n Gen. i. 2.— Cliald. ^niSyPl Dan. ii. 22. 



y Y y 

— 50T.J-Ld shining, shineth — (^atvei. — Aphel part, of 3aTJ, shone. Aph. 

5cnj| (Acts xvi. 29), lightened, ilhtminated ; — Pret. 3. fern. 

■ZjOTj], S. Luke ii. 9 Fut. JOUU, Eph. v. 14 Infin. with X, 

oSoULkiX, S. Luke i. 79 Part. fem. "jJCTLliD, S. Luke xv. 8. — 

7 

PI. masc. —jJCTLLSd, S. Matt. v. 15 Part. pass. pi. masc. (of 

the same form), S. Luke xii. 35. 

— (J not — ov. 

— OTD55J comprehended it — avTo-.-KaTeXa/Sev. — Aphel pret. 3. sing, (with 

7 ■" 

aff. 3. sing, masc.) of j^5j or ^jj, trod ivith the feet, proceeded. 

Aph. v^Jjl (Rom. ix. 31) trod out corn: attained to, reached, 
seized, overtook, perceived, experienced, followed to perfection. Pret. 

1. sing, t^h-i^. Acts x. 34; xxv. 25 ; Phil. iii. 13.— 3. pi. aiJ??]' 

Rom. ix. 30 Fut. yTir^, with aff. ^QJSTDJjJ, 1 Thess. v. 4. — 

1. sing. ^h{{, Phil. iii. 12 ;— 3. pi. Ad?^, 1 Tim. vi. 19:— 1. pi. 

j^jjJ, 1 Thess. iv. 15 Imperat. j^Jjj, 1 Tim. vi. 12 Inf. 

nn;, 0^\ , Eph. iii. 18 Part, j^?,^, 1 Cor. ix. 9 ; Fem. ]i)5^, 

S. Mark ix. 18. 

Heb. Hiph. 'n^'nn caused to xoalk, Ps. xxv. 5, 9 ; cvii. 7 ; 

cxix. 35 ; overtook, with ace. Judg. xx, 43. 

Derivatives, "|Z^5), noun fem. def. a treading out corn, 1 Tim. 
V. 18. 

"JAdSoj, noun fem. def. a footstep, Acts vii. 5. 

6. 5)A^^) who was sent — Clr. aTrecrTaX/AcVos — P^thpaal pret. 3. sing, (with 



6 S. JOHN I. (5, 7. 

Ver. G. pref. relat. >, to which the first vowel is remitted) of 3^ {not 

used in Peal) ; Pael 5^, sent Ethpa. 5jA^|, S. Luke iv. 2G 

(where however the Vienna and some other Edits, read 5)^.^|, 
Ethpeel) was sent. Pret. 3. sing, fem. 'ZjjAjj, Acts xiii. 26 : — 
2. sing. LhL»], S. John iii. 2 : — 1. sing. l.hL»], S. Matt. xv. 
24; S. Luke iv. 43 :— 3. pi. OJj^f, ver. 24, below; S. Luke 
vii. 10 ; xix. 32; Acts v. 22 (Vienna and some others OJjA^I) ; 

X. 17; xi. 11.— 3. pi. fem. ^jjA^t, Rev. v. 6 Part. 5?A\V), 

pi. masc. ^hLmlD, 1 S. Pet. ii. 14. 

Chald. Ithpa. part. niHJ^^ exerted himself, endeavoured, 
followed by 7 Dan. vi. 15. 

— — Lo /ro7n — Trapd — Preposition. 

— OlVl 9 his name — ovofxa. aurw — i>CL* (Eph. i. 21) noun masc, A nanie. 

Wit haff. pron. of the 3rd pers. — Def. \jDl», S. Mark iii. 16, 17. 

— Constr. :>Qj, S. John v. 43; S. Matt, xxviii. 19. With 

affixes, w»Lq J , Thy name, S. Matt. vi. 9, ttc. - > ^ « , My name, 
S. John xiv. 13, 26, &c. For an explanation of this latter form, 

see Phillips's Gr. § 29 (4); Cowper's Gr. § 154 (3).— PI. —ioiin^ 

(irreg.) Phil. ii. 9,— Def "jcnkl*, S. Matt. x. 2.— With aff. 

^(TLJCJl^n • , S. John X. 3 ; ^1 »(TlV)» , S. Luke x. 20. 

Heb. Q£J^ (of very freqiient occiirrence) — Chald. Q2J^ Dan. 

iv. 5; Ezr. v. 1. Takes affixes as from QJJ' see Dan. ii. 20; iv. 

5, &c.— PI. rnf^l^ , Ezr. v. 4, 10. 

7. \L\ came — yjXOiv — Verb pret. 3. sing. Caine, arrived. Joined with 

^, OA, it signifies made p'ogress, as in 1 Cor. xi. 17 : — with 
hLt:^, followed, as in ver. 27, 38, below, Pret. 3. sing. fem. 'LL\, 

ch. ii. 4. — 2. sing. AjZ], ch, vi. 25, ic. — 1. sing. AjZ], ver. 31, 

below.— 3. pi. o2.f, ver. 39, below.— 2. pi. ^AjZf, S. Matt. xxv. 

36.— 1. pi. ^Zf, S. Matt. ii. 2 Fut. ]Z]j, ch. iv. 4, &c.— Fem. 



S. JOHN I. 7. 7 

Ver. 7. ]L]L, S. Luke i. 43.-2. sing. ]L]L, 2 Tim. iv. 21.— 1. sing. ]l], 

S. John xiv. 3.-3. pi. ^L\3, S. Matt. viii. 11 :— Fern. _jZ]j, 

S. Matt, xxiii. 36, etc.— 2. i>\. ^L]l, cli. v, 40, below.— 1. pi. 

]L\j, Hebr. vi. 1. Imperat. ]i, ver. 43, 4G, below. —Fern. »_jZ., 

S. John iv. 16.— PI. ol, ver. 39, below ; Fem. ^~L."j2., S. Matt. 

xxviii. 6 Inf. (witli i^) UjkiX, S. John vii. 34, 36 Part. 

]L], ver. 9, below; — Fem. \^L], oh. iv. 1.5. — PL masc. _iZ"j, ver. 

38, below: — combined with _J_k», ^ ^ / ( , ch. xiv. 23; xxi. 3: 

—Fem. ^Di, 1 S. Pet. ii. 19.— Part. Peil ^L]\ S. John vi. 17;— 

pi. ^jjZ"), ch. xi. 19. 

I X 

Heb. nnj^ (used in poetry only) Dent, xxxiii. 2. — Chald. 
nnX, Dau.\-ii. 22.— Inf. XH-t^S, ch. iii. 2. 

• — - JZ.0JJ1£Q.A for a witness — e.h [xapivpiav — _1, to, for — Inseparable pi'e- 
position —used also to mark the accusative case. 

.f, -x p -X f 

JZ.05C7LCD, def. of 05CTT£D (Acts xiv. 16) noun fem. Testimony, 

..K -X . -X P 

witness. — Constr. form, (^a.* Z.OJTLCD, vntness of untruth, i.e. 

false witness, S. Matt. xv. 19.— PI. ^jOlCD, def. "jZoJOlio, with 

aff. ^OlZ-OjCTLCD, S. Mark xiv. 56. Compare Gen. xxxi. 47, 

where this word is used by Laban the Syrian. Eoot JCTLCD, wit- 
nessed. 

The Heb. word IHb^ with aft". *"rnb^ ^'^y witness, record, is 

.. - J • t; - ' 

found once, Job xvi. 19. 
— )01£QJ9 to hear witness, that he might bear witness — Iva {lapTvpija-rj — 
Aphel fut. 3. sing, (pref 5 here a causal conjunction) of JOITD, 
witnessed. — Aph. jOUd] (vei*. 32, below), bore toitness: — Pret. 2. 
5Cri£DJ, Acts xxiii. 11: — 1. snig. /.>(TLCD|, ver. 34, below; 
— 3. [)1. Ojai£D|, Acts X. 43: — 1. pi. ^5ai£D|, 1 Cor. xv. 15 

7.-7 _ -K .7 

Fut. 1. sing, joirol, 8. John xviii. 37 Imperat. 5CnrD(, ver. 23. 

•X f V t T> 7 

lufin. nv- nm^n\ Rev. xxii. 16 Part. JCJLCQId, S. John iii. 

32; vii. 7; viii. 13, 14:— Fem. "jjoimk), Rom. ii. 15.— PI. 



8 S. JOHN I. 7. 

Ver. 7. masc. —jJOUCQId, S. Matt, xxiii. 31, itc. Combinod with 

,_J_Ki, ^1 i^OimV), S. John iii. 11. 

— ^uA concerning — Trepi — Preposition. 

— fc-aJL-ikUj that every man, all men — Gr. Iva 7ra;/T«s — Compounded of 

^\d + •-•-31 , by aphaeresis of ( , but often used as separate words. 
Pref. >, causal conjunction. 

— ^l^laOU viight believe — Gr. Trtorevo-wo-t — Aphel fut. 3. sing, (with ), 

j>refixed to the foregoing word, having the force of the subjunc- 

tive) of — Ld(, pe7'seve7'ed, was constant, faithful; used only in 
part. Peil — j-SsD ( , def. |jL».Sd j , faithful, constant, Phil. i. 3 : — 

Fern, (same form) 1 Tim. v. 5: — def. j A i . V) j Acts xii. 5. — 

X 

PI. ^ > 1 > ^f. Acts i. 14, &c. :— def. "ii-»-^l' 1 Tim. v. 23.— 
Ethpeel ^V |, remained firm, constant, once in Imperat. pi. 
aiioUf, Col. iv. 2. 

~ 9 

•^ 7 

Aph. V> -m (S. John iii. 18) believed. In this form the 
characteristic ,*] of t^^© Heb, Hiph. T^Xn is retained, and the 
1st radical changed to Yud. Usually followed by J^ or »0 ; but 
sometimes immediately by the noun, as in S. Mark xvi. 1 1 : 

7 7 

S. Luke xxiv. 11. Pret. 3. sing. fem. 'AiVn .m S. Luke i. 45 — 
2. sing. AJ-LQ-iOI, S. John xx. 29, &c.— 1. sing. AiSQ_.(Jl, Acts 
xvi. 15. — 3. pi. niO->.m S. John ii. 11, &c. — 2. pi. ^Z\lV).01, 
S. John V. 46, «fec.— 1. pi. -Ji^^CT, S. John vi. 69 Fut. 2. 

•« 7 , K 7 .« 

sing. ^Vo.rn/^ g. Mark ix. 23. — 1. sing. ^^V>i(n(, S. John ix. 
36.-3. pi. ^ilQjCJU, S. John xi. 42, <fec.— 2. pi. ^OJJLDjCTiZ, 
S. John iv. 48; v. 47, ttc— 1. pi. ^^V) .OU, S. John vi. 30, .tc — 
Imperat. _l£LiCn, S. Mark v. 36 :— Fem. . > iV^iOl, with afF. 

^7 -^ 7 

. . 1 . iVn.m S. John iv. 21: — PI. O 1 V) lOI, ch. x. 38, &c 

Inf. Q_llQ_.OTlall, ch. v. 44 Part. ^V) iOTId, ver. 50, below, 

7 

and frequently. Def. ] i Vi .mV^ ch. xx. 27: — Fem. (same 
form) ch. xi. 26, 27: — Def. ^L 1 ^n .(JllO , Acts xvi. 1. — PI. 



S. JOHN I. 7—9. 9 

Ver. 7. masc. „ i vV)^cnlO, ver. 12, below; — combined witli i - f , 
^1 . iVo.m^n ch. iv. 42 :— Def. ]iV>. m*sn^ Acts viii. 2, etc. 

7 7 

Part. pass. . V) tOliO, o?ie lo/to is faithful, in tvhom trust is 

reposed, S. Matt. xxv. 23; S. Luke xvi. 10. — Def. ] i V> . mVn 
S. Matt. xxiv. 45; xxv. 21, 23; S. Luke xii. 42. Used also in 
def, state as a substantive, an Eunuch, Acts viii. 27, tfec, — Fern. 

(same form) 1 Tim. i. 15 :— Def "jZoiljaik), Acts xiii. 34. PI. 
masc. def. ( ) V) >aiSD, S. Luke xvi. 11, 12. As a substantive, 
S. Matt. xix. 12.— PI. fem. ,_llCL.cniD, 1 Tim. iii. 11;— Def 
|Aa1q_iOT1d, Rev. xxi. 5. 

Heb. Hiph. (as above) Gen. xv. 6. — Chald. Aph. |/b\*l Dan. 
T»i. 24. Part. pass. cli. ii. 45 ; vi. 5. 

8. PI , hut — aWd — Conjunction, commonly regarded as identical witli tlie 

Gr. word which it here represents. But its etymology as com- 
pounded of J + (J is evident from its meaning in ch. x. 10, except, 

icnless — Gr. ct /xi]. — ^( ]j] , idv firj, ch. iii. 27. 

9. r-*-\\i fof, is the Gr. yap ; and, like it, never begins a sentence. 

— Pr-*?> of the truth, i.e. the true Light — Gr. (to ^w?) to n.\r)$ivov — 

Noun masc. def. frmness, sinceritif, inteyritij, verili/. With pref. 
5 of the genitive, which takes ' before a vowellcss con.sonant. — 

Pref »^, (\- » *^, in truth, of a truth, veHIy, Acts x. 34. — Root 

7 

?;_» i^, was firm. 

— - »■ ^ \'^\ 5ot_l1D5, which licjhteth every man — o t^wTc'^et TrdvTa dvOpm- 

TTov. Here 5 is the rel. pronoun ; A marks the object. 

— 1 — 1?, that cometh — Gr. ip)^6fj.€vov. Participle of jZ], caine (see note, 

ver. 7). The first vowel remitted to >. 

— (inXlJi^, into the ivorld — eis tov koV/xov. Def. (with pref. prep. A) 

of V^\v (ch. iii. 15), noun masc. primarily signifying a long w 

7 

indefinite space of time — eternity (aloiv, Lat. cevum) ; tlien the 
world, Lat. mundus. PI. ^Vv>Vv, S. Matt. vi. 13. Def. 

(V>\^j Rom. xvi. 25. (k^IlS? jiiXk?, Gr. 6 /Jao-iXfu? tCjv ayiW 

(;\1. lOvdv), Rev. XV. 3. 
w. c. 2 



10 S. JOHN I. 9—11. 

Ver. 9. Ileb. tD))^, Ps- xxv. C— Chald. Q^J/^ ;je77)e«wi7y, Dan. iii. 33. 

10. CT-1,_», kiiew Him — avrov . . .tyvw — Pret. 3. sing, (with aff. 3. sing. 

masc.) of vx,_i (cli. iv. 1) knew, itnderstood. For the rule of the 
vowels, see Phillips's Gr. § 48; Cowper § 102. 

Pret. 3. sing. fem. 'tL^, S. Mark v. 33; S. Luke vii. 37.— 

2. sing. LLr^, with aff. S. John xiv. 9: — Fem. ,^L^^, S. Luke 

* I • I 

xix. 44. — 1. sing. Al^r-*, S. John xvii. 7; S. Luke xvi. 4. — 3. pi. 
Qa'^, S. John vil 26, itc— 2. pi. tOAi.'^, Gal. iv. 9: with aff. 

* X ^ • I 

7 7 •» 

S. John viii. 55. — 1. pi. ^r-») S. John iv. 42, etc Fut. VX^, 

S. John vii. 51, &c. : — Fem. ._»_LjZ, S. Matt, vi, 3, — 2. sing. VijZ, 

S. John xiii. 7; S. Luke i. 4.— 1. sing. VJjj, S. Luke i. 18. — 

3. pi. ^ J, Rom. i. 28 :— with aff. S. John xvii. 3 ; S. Luke 
ix. 45:— Fem. ^1'^, Rev. ii. 23.-2. pi. vQ-^jZ" S. John viii. 28, 

32, &c.— 1. pi. y^^, 1 Cor. ii. 12; 1 S. John v. 20 Imperat. 

VXj, Hebr. viii. 11:— PL Oij, S. Matt. xxiv. 33, 43 Inf. Avith 

X, ^.V)\, S. John xiv. 5 Part. \S^, ch. i. 31:— Fem. ]1^^, 

. .7 ■ 7 o 

ch. iv. 10; coalescing with .-»Ajj, .-»A^,_», S. Lnke xix. 42. — 

t> _ 7 7 » 

Pi. masc. ' ^1 ', ver. 26, below: coalescing with ^-3-kj, _l.»_l»pj, 

ch. iii. 2; — with vpAj], ^Lt^^, 2 Cor. iii. 3. — Constr. JLLjI, 

Rom. vii. 1 For the part. Peil, see note, S. Matt, xxvii. 16. 

Heb. yi^ (very frequent)— Chald. j;i\ Dan. ii. 8, drc. 

11. OiXj,^, to his own — eU to. tSia — Prep. _l, prefixed to ^jJ, a particle 

compounded of 5 (or ._»5, Chald. '>'^) and ii of the dative. With 

affixes (here 3. masc. sing.) it serA^es for personal pronouns of all 
j)ersons and genders. See Phillips, Gr. § 28: Cowper § 67, 68. 
Compare Heb. ^S-^^'{<, *W. 

''V ' . . t \ 

— fc_,cnQ_XCLD, received Jlim — avrov . . .irapiXaPov — Pael pret. 3. pi. (with 

aff. 3. sing, masc.) of ^QI^, demanded of a person^ with aff. 

.7 .. 7. <> 

* > 1 \'~lO, Acts xxv. 24. Exclaimed, part. \\*'^n, Rom. xi. 2. 



S. JOHN I. 11, 12. 11 

Ver. 11. Opposed himself, fut. VCICXQJ, Rom. viii. 33. — Pa. v^*^o (ch. 
iii. 33; S. Luke ix. 11), took, received, accepted. — Pret. 3. fem. 

•AlL^LD, 1 Tim. V. 10.— 2. sing. A\no, S. Luke xvi. 25.— 

1. sing. AJjQID, S. John x. 18. — 3. pi. n\'^r^ ch. xvii. 8. — 

2. pi. ^^\nn, S. Luke vi. 24.-1. pi. ^\nn, Acts xxviii. 21. 
Fut. ^^CiQJ, S. Matt, xviii. 5; xix. 29, &c.— Fem. . . \'^k ? 

Hebr. xi. 11.— 2. sing. WnnZ, 1 Tim. v. 19;— Fem. _iAr^Z, 

S. Luke i. 31.— 1. sing. ^Aof with aff. 2 Cor. vi. 17.— 3. pi. 
^\nni, S. Mark xii. 40; S. Luke xx. 47; with aff. S. John 

vi. 21.— 2. pi. ^\nnZ, ch. v. 43.— 1. pi. \Lrn, Gal. iv. 5 

Imperat. WnO, S. Luke xvi. 7. — Pi. oi^^^LO, S. John xx. 22; 
S. Matt, xi. 14 Inf. A\AAv>\ S. John vii. 39; with aff. 

7 

(pleonastic) ch. xiv. 17.__Part. ^^IHQiD, ch. iii. 32, &c. Fem. 
]InnV>, Hebr. vi. 7.— PI. masc. . VonV» S. John iii. 11, 

&c. — Coalescing with ^-J->->, < > \«-^r)Vn Acts xxiv. 3: — with 

^Aj1, yO^ I NnoV), Col. iii. 24 Part. pass. WnoV), used as 

a noun; see note, S. Luke iv. 19. 

Heb. Piel h^p , Prov. xix. 20.— Chald. Pa. hjp, Dan. ii. 6 ; 
vi. 1; vii. 18. 
12. ' \ '1^ theij, as inani/ (as) — oo-ot — Demonstr. pron. pi., usually 
followed (as here) by j. 

— r~*?' *^^® same as the Gr. 8e, used in the same way and signification. 

7 

— *OTI_», He gave — eSwKev — For the peculiarities of this vei*b, see 

" Phillips's Gr. § 40 (9); Cowper's Gr. § 113 (6).— A verb de- 
fective in the Fut. tense and Inf. Mood, which are supplied by 
the verb ^Aj, found in these two foi-ms only. See note, ver. 22, 

7 

below. Pret. 3. fem. -Ai^CTU, S. Mark vi. 28.-2. sing. A^CTlI, 

S. John" xvii. 2, &c. — 1. sing. AtdoT-i, ch. xiii. 15; xvii. 8, 14, 
22.-3. pi. Q^cru, S. Matt. xv. 3G.— 2. pi. ^Aooil, S. Matt. 

7 7 

XXV. 35, 42. — 1. 1)1. -XDTLj, Acts xxi. 7, 19 Imperat. »li01, 



12 S. JOHN I. 12. 

Ver. 12. S. Joliii iv, 15, &,c. Fem. - » «^^; ch. iv. 7, 10.— PI. Q^iCJl, 
S. Matt. X. 8: — Fem. ^.'Incn, S. Matt. xxv. 8 Part. *OTl1, 

S. John iv. 10, ifec. — Fem. l^iCTLi, cli. xv, 2. — PI, masc. ^. * rDOl^ , 

7 V p 

S. Matt. xxi. 41, &c. — Coalescing with ^-1-»j, ■ 1 t '^OT-t , 2 Cor. 

i. 20, etc.— PI. fem. ^CTL., 1 Cor. xiv. 7 Part. Peil, »£lj(TL,, 

S. John vi. 65: — Fem. (CtjCTLi, Acts xix. 39. — Ph masc. 

,. fcn i(TLt, Acts ii. 47. 

Heb. in^j o^ly iii imperat. Prov. xxx. 15 ; Gen. xxix. 21, 
and a few other places only. — Chald. ^H^ > Dan. ii. 37, &c. 

— ^(TL-i, to them — auTois — A of the dative with affixed pronoun 3. 

masc. pi. 

— P^_^Q_», the 2^ower — I^ovo-lclv — Def of . 5\o • (S. Matt, xxviii. 

18) noun masc. rule, dominion, one who has power (Ai'ab. Sultan). 

PI. def. ti4l^Q_», Rom. viii. 38. Gr. ap^o^i R- 4^, had 

T> 7 

2)ower. • , , 

Chald. ]\:h^, Dan. iii. 33, &c. PI. def. ^<*:3D7L^^, ch. vii. 27. 

I T : T T- T ; T 

— \)a^l^, ruler, ch. iii. 2. 

— ^poOTJ .... 5, that they might become — to become — Gr. yevia-Qai — Fut. 

3. pi. of loon, was, became. The 5, with ' before a vowelless 

. K 7 

consonant, prefixed to [-ilJ.O. 

. ? 7 

— JJi-l-O, the sons — reKva — Pi. def. of -^ (ver. 45, below), noun masc. 

a son. Def. "j;^, ch. iii. 35. PI. (irreg.) .tin, Acts vii. 29; 

Gal. iv. 22.— Constr. ^JLJLTi, S. Matt. xx. 20; S. Mark iii. 17; 

7 

S. Luke i. IG ^ with aff. 1. sing, and 2, 3 pi. takes the 

vowel ' ; as t-i^, ini/ son, S. Matt. ii. 15; iii. 17, &c. — 
y^^l*^, your son, S. John ix. 19. 

7 7 

^, »_jLl_0, enter into certain idiomatic expressions; as 
U*^] r^ or ( » \^^, son of nuin, i.e. man, pi. fJLJf « i 1 .*?) or 

. r r .. ? 

( ■ 1 > 1 O, .see ver. i, above. 



S. JOHN I. 12. 13 

Ver. 12. SiTiV •in] . . ^ «^, ^^eop^e of Jerusalem^ S. Mark i. 5. 

X .... 7 7 

' 1 « . « Vn V . ^j fifty years old, S. John viii. 57. 
j^mv/^/ . 1 • ;^, twelve years old, S. Luke ii. 42. 

7 7^ 

.<• 7 .. 7 

(AjuO «_»-L0, tJiOse of the household, viz. all but the heads of the 
family, father and mother, S. Matt. x. 25, 36; xxiv. 45; S. Luke 
ix. 61. 

», » X .. 7 

("5^K» .-»JLO, S071S of the free, i.e. the free, S. John viii. 33, 36; 

S. Matt. xvii. 26. 
PiDOIQ-^ w-iJLO, sons of relationshi]}, i.e. kindred, S. Luke i. 58. 
jAjQJii . »-l^, acquaintance, S. Luke ii. 44. 

X 

1% X .. 7 

|Zl1_»,1d «__»_L^, so^is of t/oe city, citizens, S. Luke vii. 12; xv. 15; 

xix. 14. 
l^v «__iJJD, S07ZS ofthepeoide — nation, S. John xviii. 35. 

. P . 7 

(^ \ » ;.0, ^/te «o?i of i^eace, i. e. owe worthy of your favour or regard, 
S. Luke X, 6. 

"7 

mAv » j^j ^/ie son of his time, i.e. z« that very hour, immediately, 

"S. John V. 9; xiii. 30; S. Matt. xiii. 5, 20; xxi. 20. 
Similar phrases occur in other parts of the N. T, ; as, 

Ov • 'X " -X. 7 . 'X o -X* ••7 . y, 

^aiZ.QAiDO| 'fOi, and m / o i Von \ ,_uJlO, a sou q/ their craft, or 

occupation, felloxo-cruftsman ; felloio-cr a ftsmen, Gr. o\x.m(.yyo<i, o/ao- 
T€^ot. Acts xviii. 3, and xix. 24, 25, 38. 

« J ..7 .. 7 ^ 

|>Z.j «_».XO, sons of the place, i.e. </iey of that flace, Gr. ol evroTrtoi, 
Acts xxi. 12. 

. o 7 .. 7 

|_k_L^ ._*.J.i::, (jrandcldldren, Gr. cKyova, 1 Tim. v. 4. 

1> .. 7 

. .jPTi'^ . . 1 *-~i^ sojis of my flesh, i.e. 7?i?/ own people, Rom. xi. 14. 

7 7 ^ . p 7 .. 7 

...^•O] ;JD so?i of my yoke, yokefellow, Phil. iv. 3; and L.Ol . t T O, 
2 Cor. vi. 14. 

• r. -x • .. 7 

|Z.oZ.t.j w_k_LO, joint-heirs, Eom. viii. 17; Eph. iii. 6. 

•J. . -n .. 7 

nr-^ W) . . 1 o /i/s councillors. Acts xxv. 12. 

7 » 7 7 

. .mn ^ . «-iyVn ^^ so?i of the educators {of Ilerod), i.e. one who was 
brought up with liim (aff. pleon.), Acts xiii. 1. 

-». 7 •• 7 

j^Aa w«J>0, sous of idols, idolaters. Rev. ii. 14, 20. 



14 S. JOHN I. 12, 13. 

Ver. 12. - > ^ • - » ^ *^; sons of my years, my eqitals in age, Gr. (tvvtjXl- 
KiouVa?, Gal. i. 14. 

♦> 7 7 •• 7 

^QaA^;_» ._i_LO, children of your oion tribe, your own countrymen, 
1 Tliess. ii. 14. 

Heb. |5, very frequently; *l5> Ps. ii. 12; Prov. xxxi. 2. — 

Chald. *13, Dan. iii. 25; Ezr. v. 1.— PI. p^3, constr. »J3, Dan. 

ii. 25; Ezr. vi. 9. 

13. QA, not — compounded of 001 (J, is not — Interrogatively, ch. vii. 25, 

7 ~ 

below. 

— (Id J — V), froi7i the Mood, of blood — Gr. c^ alfxaTwv — Def. of ioj (Acts 

xvii. 26.) noun masc. Blood — Takes with aff. 1. sing, and 2, 3. pi. 

tlie vowel of its abs. state, as «_iJaD5, ch. vi. 54, seqq. ; S. Matt. 

xxvi. 28, tkc. ; ^OllDj, S. Luke xiii. 1. 
Heb. 01, Ps. xciv. 21. 

T 

j_i-Of ^-^) of the loill — €K 6f.\-qjxaTo<i — Def. of , ' *~^\, noun ma.sc. 
Will, good 2>leasiire. With pi'ef. klii, adv. willingly, sud sponte, 

^ 7 r -« 

Gr. iKova-a, Rom, viii. 20. — Constr. ^m « cm i _j_0^^, by the 
will of their sold, willingly, 2 Cor. viii. 3. — PI. with afi'. «_k_l_i_0* , 
my desires, will, Acts xiii. 22. — R. f^», icilled. 

— ( ;mo i^ of the flesh — o-apKos — Def. (with j of the gen.) of ;<'y>*^ 

(ch. xvii. 2) noun masc. Flesh. — PI. def. JiXCICi, S. Jude ver. 7. 
Heb. lb^3. Gen. vi. 13; Ps. Ixv. 3.— Chald. "IC^^, Dan. vii. 
5. Def. J^nCJ'S, ch. ii. 11; iv. 9. 

T ; . 
.07 , / . ' 

— (l*^ ..>, of man — avSpos — Def. (with 5 of the gen.) of ; '^ ,. , noun 

masc. A man, and man, i. e. the male sex in general, — PI. 

X 7 .« 7 

—A'iCi^, def. I'r^t, Acts i. 16, kc. 

Hob, '^'2^ (chiefly in poetry) Ps, xxxiv, 9.— Chald. "n^jl, 
Dan. ii. 25;' v. 11.— PI. J^^^, def. Xn^5, ch. iii. 8, 12. Root 

Heb. "llSil, was strong, 2n-evailed — Syr, Ethpe. or (Ethpa.) },ndiZ.j, 

7 ..» 

showed himself strong, Iniperat, pi, Oi.£Il^iZ.| , quit you, like men, 
1 Cor. xvi. 13, 

— Oj,^Z|, were born — tycivr/'O'rjCTuv — Ethpeel pret. 3. pi. of r^; .y^i-'C 



S. JOHN I. 13, 14. 15 

Ver. 13, birth to. — Ethpe. jJ^Z.] (ix. 19), loas horn. Followed by ^ji 

«_A_i5) was born again, see cli. iii. 3, 7 Pret. 2. sing. Zj-IjZ.] , 

ch. ix. 34:— 1. sing. Z^Zf, Acts xxii. 8 :— 2. pi. ^.M^h ^ 

•oZ^ZT 1 S. Pet. i. 23 Fut. ,^^Aj, S. John iii. 4 Part. 

^Ak:, ver. 3, 5.— Inf. oS^L^n\, ver. 7. 

14. ^-iilO} <^'>^d dioelt, tabernacled — kcli ia-Kijuwcrev — Apli. pret. 3. sing, 
(pref. O, to which the vowel is remitted) of ^-J-if) used only in 
Aph. __i.] , overshadowed, jjrotected, fell or rested 7ipon. Followed 
hj %^, as here ; or, as elsewhere, by ^\i». — Pret. 3. fern. 'ZLl-.t |, 
Acts X. 44: xi. 15.— Fut. ^_^ (or ^-^) S. Luke i. 35. Gr. 
eVto-Ktao-et — Acts ii. 26; 2 Cor. xii. 9. — 3, fern, ^^i-^, Acts v. 15. 
Heb. n;i, with ^'^, 2 Kings xx. 6.— Hiph. n% with ^'^, 
Isa. xxxi. 5. 

7 

— *-> , in us — iv ijfxiv — Prepos. %^ with aff. 1. pi. 

— _jV>-»Oj "^(^ wje beheld — kol iOeaaaixeda — Pret. 1. pi. (pref. O with ' 

before a vowelless consonant) of jp^ (ver. 18) saw, beheld. — Pret. 
3. fern. 'Lu^, ch. xx. 1, 12, 14, 18,«kc.— 2. sing. A^Uj, Acts xxii. 

7 

15: with aff. S. John ix. 37; xx. 29. — 1. sing. Aj1-k», ch. viii. 38. 

7 ••7 

— 3. pi. Ol-Kj, ver. 39, below, &c.; Fern. ^V^., S. Mark xv. 47, 

&c.— 2. pi. ^AjW, S. John V. 37, &c Fut. ]u^, ch. iii. 3.— 

2. sing. 1i*oZ, ver. 46, 50, below.— 1. sing. IVk.^, S. Mark x. 51 : 

— 3. pi. ^1-K>J, S. John vii. 3:— 2. pi. ^0V>-»2-, ver. 39, 51, 

below; — 1. pi. JI-kO, ch. vi. 30 Iniperat. a^V*^, ch. vii. 52, 

&c.;— pi. OVk», ch. iv. 29: — Fern. ^_.^1_kj, S. Matt, xxviii. 6 — 

Inf. ]u^, S. Matt. xiii. 14; pref. 1^, S. Matt. xi. 7, 8, 9, Ac- 
Part. ]\Jj, ver. 33, below; fern. |Ii-kj, ch. iv. 19. — PI. masc. 
_jpsi, ch. vi. 2, (kc. : — coalescing with ^_1_k», ^JLjV«^, ch. ix. 

41 -—with ^Aj], ^iJlL, Pliil. iii. 17.— Pi. fern. ^\1», S. Matt, 
xiii. 16. 



IG S. JOHN I. 14. 

Ver. 14. Hoi). HTH, chiefly in poetry, Ps. xlvi. 9, &c. Clialcl. fc^TH, 

Dan. ii. 31, .34, &g. 

— OT-KK^Q_», his glory — ttjv Soiav avrov — Def. (with aflf. 3. sing, niasc.) 

of *>^.OQ-», def. ( V ^ *~^n m (in the next clause) noun masc. 

7 7 ? 

Praise, glory, Majesty. — E,. %^^'~~\ », Pa. .t-*-*"^ »^ glorified. 

— *j»-»l) «s — '^s — Conjunction — answering to the Heb. 3 

— ( f, > »->- »;, of the Only-begotten — fjiovoyevovi — Def (pref. 5 ofthegon., 

to which tlie first vowel is remitted) of w^r-^.K>^, noun masc, an 

only one, only child. Fern. def. (A ., . ..^ . S. Luke viii. 42. 
Heb. TTt^j Gen. xxii. 2. — R. IH*, was united. 

• T — T 

- — l^j ^7 J ivhich (is) from the Father — Gr. Trapa Ilarpos — Def. of 

»i::i I , noun masc. This noun (like f jo ( , brother, and (Icuj , father- 
in-law) takes in the sing. O befoi-e all affixes, excepting that of 1. 
sing, in which '' is changed to " , thus : — - « f^ , my father, ch. ii. 
16; — j^Q-^l, thy father, ch. viii. 19; u_iC71Q.o|, his father, ver. 18, 

below; — Olddj, her father, ch. viii. 44; — vP^I; our father, c\\. 
iv. 12; — ^ai:arDI, your father, ch. viii. 38; — ^CTiaiD], their 
father, S. Matt. iv. 21. — The pi. has two forms; masc. __»crLO|, 
Hebr. xii. 9. def ((TLd|, S. Luke i. 17, patres naturcdes; — and 

fern, def |Z.cfli:ij, S. John vii. 22, patres spiriiuales. According 
to Amira, this distinction extends to the singidar, the first being 
distinguished by Ruchoch (lo|), and the second by Kuschoi 

Heb. i^ Ps. ciii. 13; Constr. Ixviii. 6.— Chakl. ^X, with 
afif. \1!l^X,'Dan. v. 2.— PI. jHl^X, with afF. Dan. ii. 23; Ezr. iv. 
15; V. 12. 

— iliDj, which (is) full (sc. (A\Vo but masc. see note above, ver. 1) — 

■irXrjprj^ — Part. Peil (pref. rel. 5 with ' before a vowelless conso- 
nant) of 1'^^ filed. Here, as throughout the N. T., in immediate 

construction with the following word. Fem. ]_»_aLd, ch. xxi. 11; 
Acts xvii. IG; S. James iii. 17. — Constr. Z\ t.,.^V?, S. Luke i. '2S; 



S. JOHN I. 14, 1.-). 17 

Ver. 14. Eph. iii. 10. — PI. masc. ^_jASd, S. Matt, xiv. 20, <kc. — Coustr. 

- " > V^, 2 S. Pet. ii. 13.— PI. fern. ^vVV' . 1 S. Pet. i. 22. 

For the verb itself, see note, S. John il 7. 

— j/n«-^ . ^ grace — Gr. ^'^piros — Def. of "'^ » £ (Rom. iv. 4) noun 

fern. Favour, beneficence. R. *li|^ , Pa. -'^ » ^ , did good. 

— |A^C1.D0, and truth — Gr. kcu aXij^etas — Def. (pref. O) of Z.0, ■ D , 

noun masc. Truth. — PI. __»AjQ_0, not occurring in the N. T. 

Heb. btJ^p, bSJ'p, Ps. Ix. 6; Prov. xxii. 21.— Chald. toi^^p, 
Dan. iv. 34, tOi2i'p"|D) of '^ truth, tridy, ch. ii. 47. 

15. 5CJLQD, 6are tvitiiess—fiaprvpu — Verb Peal pret. Was a witness, testi- 
fied. Pret. 2. sing. ZjOTCD, ch. iii. 26. — 3. pi. OjOlflD, Acts vii. 
58. — Put. JCTLCDJ, S. John ii. 25; — 2. sing. jcTLCdZ., S. Matt. xix. 

18, &c Part. JOIDD, S. John v. 37, &c. — Def. V?^7^^» ^sed as 

a noun, A witness, martyr, Acts i. 22, &c. — Fem. IJOT-CD, Hebr. 

X. 15. — PI. masc. __.5(TLCD, S. John iii. 28; coalescing with 

^_L>j, _L»5aiCD, 1 S. John i. 2. PI. def. IjOXCD, S. Matt. xxvi. 
59, &c. 

— . >mr)\v of {concerning) Him — TctpX avroii — ^Ji», prepos. with aff. 3. 

~ _ 7 

sing. masc. 

— (^^30, and cried — /cai Ke/cpayc — Verb Peal pret. (pref O with ' before 

a vowelless consonant) cried out, exclaimed, proclaimed. — Pret. 3. 

fern. 'Al.^, S. Luke i. 42. — 1. sing. Aj_i.^, Acts xxiv. 21. — 
3. pi. OLID, S. John xviii. 40. &c Fut. ]sni', S. Matt. xii. 19; 

— 3. pi. fem. ^ rCni S. Luke xix. 40 Inf. ]snV)\, S. Mark 

X. 47 Part. "|lo, S. John vii. 37, &c.— Fem. U-^, S. Matt. 

XV. 22, 23.— PI. masc. ^ - ^^, S. John xii. 13, &c. 

Compare Heb. nVil* cried, lowed [of cows), 1 Sam. vi. 12. 

— t^lo, and said— Gr. Xe'ywv — Verb Peal pret. (the first vowel remitted 

to O prefixed). Said, spoke. Pret. 3. fem. "Z^l" S. Mark v. 33; 
S. Luke ii. 48. — 2. sing. masc. LjliD], S. John xviii. 34, <tc. — 
AV. c. 3 



18 S. JOHN I. 15. 

Ver. 15. Fem. u^Z^kj], cb. iv. 18.— 1. sing. Zfio], in this ver. and ver, 30, 
50. — 3. pi. masc. O^Sb], ver. 22, below, &c.; Fem. wi^Ld"), S. Luke 
xxiv. 10, 24; and ^i^f, S. Matt, xxv. 8; S. Mark xvi. 8; S. 
Luke xxiv. 9. — 2. pi. ^Z^iol , S. Luke xii. 3. — 1. pi. ^tlJo], Acts 
xxi. 14 Fut. jI^Ij, S. Matt. xii. 32:— Fem. ^k^lZ (for ^ji^lZ) 

X XX 

S. Mark xiv. G9.— 2. sing. il£i]L, S. Matt. xxvi. 63.— 1. sing. 
i)"j, S. Luke vii. 40, &c.— 3. pi. masc. ^jiotj, S. Matt. vii. 22, 
&c.— Fem. .I^Ij, S. Matt, xxviii. 8.-2. pi. .0}1d"JZ, S. Matt. 
iii. 9. — 1, pi. jlop, S. Matt. xxi. 25 Imperat. ^1d(, Acts xxii. 

X 

27;— Fem. ^^Sof, S. John xx. 17.— PI. O-^Z S. Matt. x. 7;— 
fem. ^"^So], eh. xxviii. 7; S. Mark xvi. 7 Inf. ;^]v>\, 

S. John viii. 26 Part. ;iD j , ver. 23, below. — Fem. j^Lo] , ch. ii. 

3. — PI. masc. __>;1d|, ver. 38, below; — coalescing with W^, 

,_L^T, ch. viii. 48.— PL fem. ^f, S. Matt. xxv. 9, 11 Part. 

Peil ^j^f, S. Matt. iii. 3:— fem. lt_»-^T. Acts ii. 16. 

Heb. *n^X> of very frequent occurrence — Chald. n/t25^> Dan. 
ii. 25, &c. 

— QJOl , this is — Gr. ovTo<i rjv — For 001 poi , the latter word represent- 

ing the Copula. 

— 001, He, Demonstr. pronoun. PI. .QJOl. — Fem. ._»ai, pi. __»_301. 

— Z^isDIj, that I said — of whom I spake — oV cIttov — Pret. 1. sing, of 

iHiD] (see above), with pref ) to which the vowel is remitted. 

— ._»?Zv£i5, after me — oTrtcrw fxov — j/vib, prep. (ch. ii. 12) after; with 

7 7 

aff. 1. sing. The particle 5 is employed to introduce a speech or 
quotation. This word, besides its simple and affixed forms, occurs 
in the following compound forms ; 

1. jAo jAo, one thing after another, in order, Acts xi. 4. 

2. ^)AiL, S. John xi. 7, 11. ^'yl^ ^, S. Luke xiL 4. 
—.i^jAlU _^, Hcbr. iv. 8. Afterwards. 

3. JAi~) ^Sci, after, followed l)y a noun, ch. v. 4; S. Matt. i. 12. — 



S. JOHN I. 15, 16. 19 

Ver. 15. 5 yAc^ _Sd, after that, poslquam, followed by a verb, S. Matt. 
xxvi. 32; S. Luke xxii. 20; Acts i. 3, 13. 

4. As a noun in the def. state, with pref. ^, ]5Azii^, to the back, 
back again, 2 S. Pet. ii. 21. 

Transl. That after vie He cometh, and was before me. — <Jl_^, to Him 
is here pleonastic. See Cowper's Gr, § 198. 

— . 1 V>r^, before me — cfXTrpocrOiv (jlov — I>0r.O (S. Matt. v. 16), prep. 

Before; taking pi. affixes; here with aff. 1. pi. — ^,_D ,-iO, before, 

S. John xvii. 24. — . . V>, n ^JiD, before me, ch. v. 7. — j I>OrD, 

before that, priusquam, S. Mark xiv. 30. — 5 ^r^ r-^' ^^^ same, 
S. John xiii. 19; xvii. 5. 

Chald. Dip, Dip) Dan. ii. 9, and veiy frequently, 

t): t|t: 

— 5 ^^•^j because — on — ^.^kD, prep. 0)i account of, Gr. Sia, eh. iii. 

29; S. Mark iv. 7; Rom. iv. 25. For the sake of, Gr. cveKcj/, 
S. Matt. V. 10. — Followed, as here, by >, Because, since; in order 

that, Gr. Iva, S. John vii. 23; S. Mark iii. 10.— Followed by ]jCTl, 

or jjOl, to which it is sometimes joined as one word, it means 
Because of this, therefore, ver. 31, below; S. Matt. xii. 27, 31; 

xxiii. 34. — Followed by, or joined with, p.Lo, Wherefore, why'i — 

With pron. affixes it takes the form AxAJ^n ; as, - >A\KV>^ for 

iny sake, S. Matt. v. 1 1 ; 01 AX^lD (sAe heard) of Him, S. Mark 
vii. 25. 

■" *• " '' . 

— . I iV) 001 . . Vi, n He is before, anterior to, me — Gr. Trpwro's i^ov ^v 

— OOl here represents the logical copula, and the two words are 

~ p 7 

pronounced as one, Kadmoyu — - » ^i (^ , noun masc. The first, 

preceding, ancient, elder. — Def. ( » SOr^, ch. v. 4, — Fern. def. 

jA-kiiDrlD, ch. ii. 11. — Constr. A » V), o, used as an adverb, first, 

for the first time. Acts xi. 26; xiii. 46. — PI. masc. def. JjISd^O , 

tliose of old time, the ancients, S. Matt. v. 21, <fec. — PI. fern, def 

TAiiD,-0, Hebr. v. 12. 

Chald. "•;^1p, pi. def X^^lp, Dan. vii. 24.— Fern. def. 

i^n-^lp, ver. 4 ;— PI. def XD^blD, ver. 8. 
t:t:I- ttt:|- 

16. rn/n . \Vn V> of His fulness — Ik tov TrXr/pw/taros aurov — i \V>, 
noun fem. Fulness — Def. ]Zo » \SP. Occurs in the N. T. only 



20 S. JOHN I. 16, 17. 

Ver. 16. once elsewhere, with aff. fern, m/n . \V>^ its filling up, i.e. thM 
which is put in to fill it up, S. Matt. ix. 16. R. (JiD, Pa. - > ^^j 

X 

filled. 

— . N*^ — .J-K>, we, all of us; all we — 7;/x,cts Traj/res — — L.K*, pron. 1. pi. — 

For ,--^o^ see note, ver. 3. 

— —ilCQJ, we have received — iXajSofiev — Pret. 1. pi. of ♦dCQJ (ch. xiii. 

30), took, obtained, bore away; cut off, S. Luke xxii. 50. — 

|ZAj( «*im 1, duxit uxor em, married, S. Matt. xxii. 25. — "With 
\2i\ (pref. »i:i pleonastic) la^O »^£DJ, assumed an appearance, 

• ^-R « 7 ..7 

played the hypocrite; whence part. pi. \2i \^ - « *^<y> ^ , hypocrites, 

S. Matt. vi. 2, &c Pret. 3. fern. 'AiimJ, S. Luke vii. 37; xiii. 

21. — 2. sing, ^nnni, 1 Cor. iv. 7. — 1. sing. A^uCQJ, S. Matt. 

7 

xxvii. 9; S. Luke xiv. 20. — 3. pi. masc. Q.CICDJ, S. Matt. xvi. 7, 

&c. Fern. ,jl.Cl£DJ, ch. xxv. 1, 3. — 2. pi. ^ZlClQU, ch. x. 8 

Fut. klilCOJ, S. John vi. 7. — 2. sing. •*~^rr,} S. Mark vi. 18. — 
1. sing, .^n^f, Phil. iii. 14.— PI. ^QTiiaj, S. Matt. xvi. 5. — 2. pi. 

^nroZ, S. John xvi. 24.— 1. pi. »ClCCU, S. Mark vii. 27 Im- 

perat. >n<Y), S. Matt. xvii. 27, &c.— PI. onm, ch. xxv. 28, &c. 

Inf. >'^mVn\ S. John iii. 27, &c Part. ȣimj, S. John iv. 

36, &c. Fern. ]iimj, S. Mark ii. 21. — PI. masc. - «-.rni 

7 7 c 

S. Matt. xvii. 24, &c. — Coalescing with -J-*j, _l_»_Ciau, 1 S. 



John iii. 22. — Constr. . . *-^rr\ i^ in the above-mentioned phrase. 
— .<=^ \ ..■, J for, answerable to — avri — Preposition, in the room of, S. Matt. 

» ^ 7 . 1- 

ii. 22. — Takes affixes of nouns masc. pi. as . i <=^N.kj, »^jl-2-^j>j, 

for Me... for thee, S. Matt. xvii. 27. — v^OTO <=^ \ kj , for him, 

S. Lukeii. 27. — ^aiu_2iAja, for you, S. Mark ix. 40 — j >gl\»j, 

because, S. Luke xix. 44.__R. v2lX>^, Pa. t'^N kj, changed, 
exchanged. 

Heb. ft/Hj noun, used as a prep. Numb, xviii. 21, 31. 

17. lioainj, the Law — 6 v6^jlo<; — Def. of »CDQiDJ (1 Cor. ix. 21) noun 
masc. Law, — PI. def IidqIqj, Acts xxxi. 3. 



S. JOHN 1. 17, 18. 21 

Ver. 17. i-*-0, hy, through, lit. at the hand of- — Sta — See note, ver. 3. 

— %Oi(J\~iL\, was given — iSodrj — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing, of %^(TLt, gave. — 

Pret. 3. fern. 'Lci(J\lLX, ch. viL 39 ; S. Mark vi. 2.— In Hebr. 
viii. 6 the Yien. and some other Editions i-ead 'Ao01jZ| . — 3. pi. 
masc. QJ2)CTT-»Z"|, Hebr. ii. 4: — Fern. wi.rsOT-.Z'j, 1 Cor. ii. 12 

X X 

Fut. »r2)aT_»Aj, S. Matt. vii. 7, &c. Fem. »_4.^(n_.ZZ, S. Matt, 
xii. 39; without final ^, S. Matt. xxi. 43; S. Mark viii. 12; 
S. Luke xi. 29; Eph. iv. 19 Inf. OiDtJuAkll, S. Mark xiv. 5. 

— Part. s^<Jl^i^, S. Matt. x. 19.— Fem. l£)CJL.Ak}, ch. xvi. 4. 

— PI. masc. ^_*.r:2C7l_iASD, 1 S. John v. 16. 

— ] «■- > *^, the Anointed, Christ — Xpto-ros — noun masc. def. The Mes- 

siah. Of form part. Peil of o^ •^> anointed. — jJ-iij ] j^ i ■ V), 
a false Christ, Antichrist, 1 S. John ii. 18, &c. — PI. def. (-k» i >V) 



^ 



4.J, S. Matt. xxiv. 24. 



Heb. n^^;;:, Dan. ix.:— with aff. Ps. ii. 2, &c. 

— • T 
«>.'"'?> "ill • tn \ / 

13. iOoAS^ V) ■ * ^\ (ij no man ever, at any time — ovSeis vwirore — 

iaOoAk), ^oALD ^, SnnAVnVn^ ever, sometimes. Preceded or 
followed by ]j, never, in various forms; as : 

1. ^oASd y, S. Luke XV. 29; 2 S. Pet. i. 10. 

2. ^oAk3 ^ Xi, S. Matt. xxi. 42; S. John v. 37; Gal. v. 16. 

3. ]]" ^oAk) ^, S. Luke XV. 29; xix. 30; S. John viii. 33. 

4. ^oASnLD ]]", S. Matt. xxi. 16; S. Mark ii. 12, 25; S. Luke xxi. 
34; S. John vii. 46; Eph. v. 29; 2 S. Pet. i. 21. 

5. P'vnn Avr>V) S. Matt. vii. 23; ix. 33; xxvi. 33; Acts x. 14; 
xiv. 7. 

— |ai_i\ ( ■. > '^- '^ the Only-begotten God — Gr. d /Aoi/oycn/s vid?. 

— l^jCLlXIi, in the bosom — ets toi/ koXttov — Def (with pref. prep. %^) of 

kOCLL, noun masc. Bosom,. PI. def. toCLL, with aff. ^^ t noS, 
S. Luke vi. 38. 



22 S. JOHN I. 18, 19. 

Ver. 18. . . vA m^ He hath declared — eirjyijaaTo — Ethpael pret. 3. sing, of 
jv •; smeared over, smoothed — Ethpe. - ' ^^ "j, delighted him- 

self, was delighted. Inf. r> . vA «Vn\ to play, Gr. Trat^ctv, 1 Cor. 
X. 7. Etlipa. delighted {others) hy discourse, narrated, brought 

back news.— Fret. 3. pi. OjlILm'^, S. Mark v. 16, &c Fut. 

(v A » 1 Acts viii. 33.— 1. sing. p.Aj|, ch. xxviii. 20 Imperat. 

\LL»X, S. Mark V. 19.— PI. aLLm]] S. Matt. xi. 4. _ Part. 

]^ a',.V> Acts xiii. 41.— PL ,_..IZ\'«V^, ch. xv. 3, 12. 

Heb. ny^ ^"^ smeared over; of the eyes, was closed, dim, 

Isai. xxxii 3. 

19. t»»C7l IJOIO, awe? if/w's is — koI avTf] la-riv — jjOl (always thus pointed 

when alone, as below, ch. ii. 12), Demonstr. pron. fern. 

._»ai, person, pron. fern, here supplying the place of the subst. 

X 

verb, and therefore losing its own vowel and taking the linea 
occultans. Pronounced with the preceding word as one, Hodoi. 

— OlZ.05(TLCD, the record, lit. his record — y} fxaprvpia — See note, ver. 7. — 

The affixed jironoun is pleonastic, referring to the following noun. 

— r^, lohen — ore — Conjunction. 

— 05,_», they sent — aTreWetXav — Pael pret. 3. pi. of 5j_» (Peal not used) 

Pa. 5r-* (iii. 17.) Sent^ sentforth^ sent away — Fut. Ir-atJ, S. Matt. 

7 7 ^ 

xiii. 41. — 1. sing. 5,-»j, S. Luke xx. 13; with aff. S. John xvl 7. 

— 3. pi. ^ \ « V S. Matt. xxi. 34 Imperat. 5,_», S. Mark v. 12. 

Infin. n; 'I^\ S. Luke iv. 18 Part. h'JtlD, ch. xiii. 20, 

7 
I y 7 7X7 

below.— PI. ^Jr-MlD, coalescing with ,-1-*j, ^~3--»>i ■ V> , Acts 
XXV. 27. 

^JOID, jyriests — icpets — PI. def. of ^O, def ]jJll) (S. Lukei. 5) noun 

masc. A 2viest. 

Heb. ||i5, Ps. ex. 4, and very frequently. — Chald. jH^, def 

Xin5, Ezi-. vii. 12, 21. PI. def. X*in!), ch. vi. 18, &c. 

T-;- T — :t 

— - - m . ir)\] 1 1 ^ that they might ask him — to ask him — ti'a ipwTTJaoicnv 

avTov — Pael fut. 3. pi. with aff. 3. sing, (used as a subjunctive 
with pref >) of^]-», asked, sought for, intransitive. — Pa. \i]!!» 

. »1> 7 

(ch. iv. 52) questioned, demanded. — Pret. 3. pl, a-i»^», ch. ix. 19, 



S. JOHN I. 19, 20. 2r> 

Ver. 19, Fut. ^t^, with afF. ch. xiii. 24; xvi. 30.— 1. sing. ^]L»f, 

with aff. S. Matt. xxi. 24, &c Imperat. \i(j», S. John xviii. 21. 

—PI. oXti, ch. ix. 21, 23 Inf. a\t^kl2l, with aff S. Matt. 

xxii. 46. Part. ^]I^, S. John xvi. 5, &c.— PL ^.V]l<^^ 

S. Matt. xii. 10. 

Heb. Pi. ^X^, legged, Ps. cix. 10. 

— Aj| _LD Ajj, who art thou? — av rts et; — 

Aj(, pers. pronoun; standing, in the second instance, for the subst. 

verb. 
_1d, pron. inteiTog. of the person. Of the thing, S. Luke viii. 30. 

y 

Followed by 5 it becomes a relative, S. John iiL 2. 
Chald. p, -];b, Dan. iii. 15; Ezr. v. 3, 4, 9. 

20. fc_»>0|0, and he confessed— koX w/AoXoyrjo-e — Aphel pret. 3. sing, of (,_» 
(not used in Peal). Pref. O, to which the first vowel is remitted. 
Aph. wi)0|, confessed, professed, with »^ of the object, S. Matt, 
iii. 6; x. 32. Gave thanks to, with A, S. John xi. 41.' — 'Pret. 3. 

fern. -ZiljoT, S. Luke ii. 38 Fut. "jjOJ, S. Matt. x. 32; S. Luke 

xii. 8.^2. sing. IjoZ, Rom. x. 9. — 1. sing. ]'>o], S. Matt. vii. 23; 

X. 32 Inf. Q_.5akA, Eph. i. 16 Part. Ijok), S. John xi. 41; 

S. Matt. xi. 25, etc. — PI. masc. ^jqId, S. John xii. 42, &c.— 

7 7 -K 7 

Coalescing with ^_1_k», _J_»5Q1d, 1 S. John i. 9. 

Heb. Hiph. nilH) corfessed, Ps. xxxii. 5. Chald. Aph. 
Xlin, praised. Part. XIIH-^, contr. ^^1)^, Dan. ii. 23; vi. 11. 
N.B. For verbs doubly imperfect, see Cowper's Gr. § 129. 

7 

— r^^, denied — -qpvqa-aTo — Verb Peal pret. Denied ; refused, Hebr. xi. 

24. — Pret. 2. sing. Z;A^, Rev. ii. 13; iii. 8.-3. pl. 0;.21I5, Acts 

vii. 35.-2. pl. ^1;Ad, ch. iii. 13, 14 Fut. 5Q.21I1J, S. Matt. 

X. 33, &c. — 2. sing. JO^loZ^, S. John xiii. 38, &c.— 1. sing. 

ja2ijOp\, S. Matt. X. 33, (fee— 1. pl. jo^x^il, Acts iv. 16 Part. 

; g^^ , S. Luke xii. 9. — Pl. masc. ^ -:^^. ch. viii. 45. — Constr. 

7 p 

W.V.2LD, refusers of (thanks), unthankfxd, Gr. axapicrToi, 2 Tim. 
iii. 2. 



24 S. JOHN I. 20, 21. 

Ver. 20. (J ( p] Q^J , that I am not — on ovk elfil tyw — p j , personal pron. ; 
in the second instance supplying the place of the subst. verb, and 
forming the pres. tense of ]ocJI. See Phillips' Gr. § 33. 

21. vjaiQ_^|_»0, a7id they asked him — koL rjpwTrjaav avrov — Peal (or Pael, 

see below) pret. 3. pi. (pi-ef. O and aff. 3. sing, masc.) of ^p» 
(S. Matt, xxvii. 58) asked, requested. — Pret. 3. fern. "ASJj*, S. 
Luke i. 40.— 2. sing. J^]l, Hebr. x. 6.-3. pi. q\\2, S. Mark 
ix. 15.— 2. pi. ^AXU, S. John xvi. 24.— 1. pi. ^U, 1 S. John 

V. 15 Fut. ^].«_3, S. James i. 6:— fern. . i \X»£, S. Matt. xiv. 

7.-2. sing. ^UZ" S. John xi. 22.-3. pi. ^V]« y S. Matt, 
xviii. 19.— 2. pi. ^Ur^, S. John xiv. 13, &c.— 1. pi. ^^J, 

S. Mark X. 35 Imperat. ^]^ (in phrase) Tit. iii. 15; 3 S. John 

ver. 15. Fern. . i\l», S. Mark vi. 22.— PI. al.]-», S. John ix. 
21, 23 (Vienna, — others read (1^^», Pa.) xvi. 24; S. Matt. vii. 

7, &c Inf. ^'( « V>V , S. John xv. 7 Part, ^ti, ch. iv. 9, 

&c. — Coalescing -with p], pj^]l», I ask, desire, Eph. iii. 13. — 

Fem. P'U, S. Matt. xx. 20.— PI. masc. ^>V]«; S. Matt. vii. 11, 

&c. Coalescing with ^JLk», _J_»_\|^, Eph. iii. 20: — with ^Aj( 

^ZliAU, S. Matt. V. 47.— PI. fem. ^U, Rom. xvi. 16; 1 Cor. 
xvi. 19. 

The phrase freqviently occurs 1^ \ » v>]j (or |^ \ » *~^) eiiguired 
after the peace of, i. e. saluted, in A^arious forms and persons ; see 
S. Matt. V. 47; x. 12; S. Luke i. 40. 
• N.B. The affixed pret. forms aT\|ji (ch. xviii. 19), . .mn\]«, (as 

above), . » io \| » (Acts xxviii. 18) are commonly regarded as 

Peal. But v>^» is intransitive, or transitive only as regards the 

thing asked, e.g. ^'i « -j cn^^-g) \i^», he asked — i.e. asked for 

— the body of Jesus. So in the Future forms with affixes, the 
meaning is, asked a person for a thing, i. e. asked a thing of a 

person, the object being the thing asked for : — e. g. . >rnn . \| ^ i 

petet ah eo, S. Matt. vii. 9, 10; S. Luke xi. 11, 12: — so also 



S. JOHN I. 21, 22. 25 

Ver. 21. > . 1 .\ ]17, S. Mark vi. 23 : — ^CHO . \]^t ver. 24; 

>^C7l » 1o\]^Z, S. Matt. vi. 8j— . I 1 1o\]^Z, S. Jolin xiv. 4.— 

Such pret. forms therefore, as, with affixes, have the same vowels 
in Pael as in Peal, and signify questioned, or demanded of- — the 
direct object being the 2^erso7i asked or questioned, should be re- 
garded as Pael. Compare S. John iv. 52; ix. 19, where this is 
the meaning, and the verb clearly Pael. 

Heb. ^^"i^, Ps. ii. 8.— Chakl. ^^^ , Dan. ii. 10, 11, &c. 

- T ■• ; 

— *doL, again — (this is not in the Gr.) Adverb: again, besides; yet, 

ch. xvi. 12. 

— (l V), what? — Tt; — Interrog. pron. usually of things. Its simplest 

form is V^^ which occurs once, S. Luke i. 29, in the foi'm of 
nyKn- nm Kn Such is the reading of the Vienna and many 

7 *, . p » 

Editions: others read Q_liD = oai (jJiD. — It is joined both with 

masculines and feminines, as may be seen, S. Mark i. 27. — "When 

IP p 
jJ^HO, ivith 

what, how? S. Matt. y. 13. — ]lV)\, for what, why? S. John 
xii. 5. 

— v^ > nm tJierefore, then — oZv — Conjunction, 

— ] > m, the Prophet, that Prophet — o Trpoe^ifrr;? — For Jl^SIiJ, def. of 

I > '^ < or ._i_dJ, noun masc. A prophet. — PI. def. ] i m , ch. viii. 

52,^^53. 

Heb. ^>'2^, Deut. xiii. 2.— Chald. fc^^^^, def. HX*^^, ph 

def. X*S*1X -Ezr- v. 1; vi. 14. 

1- — • ; 

»V «> 7 7 

22. Ajj CLliDO, and who art thou? — Gr. rt's et; — ,_l0, interrog. pron. of 
the person, coalescing Avith OCR, which i*epresents the subst. verb, 
in pres. 3. sing. — Lit. Who is it (that) thou (art) ? 

— v>Ajj, that toe may give — iva Sw/acv — Fut. 1. pi. (as gubjunct. with j) 

of xiAj, gave. A verb used only in the Future and Infinitive, 
the rest being supplied by *^ai_i , see note, ver. 12. — Fut. ^AJ, 
ch. iii. 16, &c. — Fem. • ^ V7/ , Eph. iv. 29; and without final wj, 

S. John XV. 4.-2. sing. ^ZZ, S. Matt. v. 26, <tc.— 1. sing. \l^, 
w. c. 4 



20 S. JOHN I. 22, 23. 

Ver. 22. S. John iv. 14, &c.—3. pi. ^a^Aj, S. Matt. xii. 3G, &c. Fern. 

^Aj, S. Luke i. 48; 1 Tim. v. 14.— 2. pi. ^LL] S. Matt. vii. 

6 Inf. ^Z^LnX, S. Matt. vii. 11, <fec. 

Heb. jn^j A^s- i- 3; and very frequently. Chalcl. THJ. like 

the Syr. only in fut. jriJS Dan. ii. 16; iv. 14; Ezr. iv. 13; vii. 

20:— and inf. mJJ^S, Ezr. vii. 20. 



— piQ^.ZiS, an answer — aTroKpio-tv — Def. of I>Q_.tA2, noun masc. A 

word, matter, cause, rejily. — Constr. JOT—^J isQ-tAs), S. Luke iv. 

4.— PI. def. JlQj/.Ai), with aff. ^CTlOkllAs), S. Luke ii. 47. 

In later Heb. Q^inS) Esth. i. 20. — Chald. the same, def. 
i<)bilD3, Dan. iii. 16. Edict, ch. iv. 14. Letter, Ezr. v. 7. 

T T : • 

— yjL^l^ ^ui», of, concerning, thyself, lit. tJiy soul — Trepl a-cavrov — • 

« ■ ^J (Acts i. 14) noun fem. The said, life. — Def. (.a-SlJ, 

S. Matt. vi. 25, &c.— PI. ^1 ^\ Acts ii. 41.— Def. ]ZL^u2J, 
S. Luke ix. 56; xxi. 26. — With affixes, as above, often used as a 
reflexive pronoun, ipse, ipsa. , 

Heb. ^Q^, Gen. i. 20, 30; and very frequently. 

23. \l-0, the voice — (jiwvrj — Def. of ^\.0, noun masc. Voice, sound. Constr. 

jjlDl ^jD, the voice of music, S. Luke xv. 25. — PI. def. ( I p , in 

phrase (Irb AJlo, lit. daughters of voices, Acts xii. 22; 1 Tim. 
vi. 20. 

Heb. ^ip, Ps. xxix. 3.— Chald. 7p, Dan. iii. 5.— Root Arab. 

A\s, said. 

— Ir^?, of one crying — ySowvTos — Part, (with afF. 5 of the genitive) of 1^^ 

(ch. ii. 9) called, exclaimed; read (ch. xix. 20). — Pret. 3. fem. 'L;^, 
S. Matt. i. 25; S. John xi. 28.— 1. sing. A_.^, S. Matt. ii. 15; 
with aflf. S. John xv. 15.— 3. pi. 0-jD, S. John ix. 18, <i:c.— 2. pi. 

^A^i-D, S. Matt. xii. 3, 5 Fut. IJloj, S. John xiii. 38; with 

aff. ver. 48, below: — fem. J}JDZ, 1 Cor. xiv. 8; xv. 52. — 2. sing. 
Xi^C S. Matt. i. 21; S. Luke i. 13; S. Matt. vi. 2 (Gr. o-a\7riags): 
—fem. ^Inll, S. Luke i. 31.-1. sing, l^f, S. Matt. ix. 13, &c. 
—3. pi. yO-rT:!, S. Matt. i. 23, (tc— 2. pi. ^^r^Z* S. Matt, xxiii. 



S. JOHN I. 23. 27 

Ver. 23. 9 Imperat. ^lo, S. Matt. xx. 8; S. Luke xiv. 13.— PI. O^, 

S. Matt. xxii. 9 Inf. ];nV>\, S. Luke iv. 16 Part. fern. 

jj;-D, S. Luke xv. 9. — PI. masc. ^j~0, S. John xiii. 13, &c. 

coalescing with ^J_k», . 1 >; O, Rom. viii. 15 Part. Peil |;-0, 

Rev. xix. 13. — Def. f-«;~D, Rom. i. 1; 1 Cor. i. 1.— PI. masc. 

r^lo, S. Luke xiv. 17, 21. Def. \llo, S. Matt. xx. 16; 

xxii. 14. 

Heb. 5<"lp, Ps. xiv. 4; and very frequently. Chald. X'^p, 
tIt t|: 

proclaimed, Dan. iii. 4, &c. Bead, ch. v. 8, &c. Part. Peil **lp, 
Ezr. iv. 18. 

— I; *^i^*^j in the wilderness — iv T-rj iprjixu} — Noun masc. def. (pref prep. 

'*0) a desert place, i.e. uninhabited, but adai)ted for pasturing 

7 

flocks, driven thither for that purpose. R. ^iI3 5, drove; the noun 

7 .7 7 7 , 

being formed from Aph. ;^j j , part. ;^,1d. 
7.7 _ ^ ^ * ' _ 

— 0Q_»J5, 7nake straight — evOvvare — Quotation introduced by pref. ), to 

which the first vowel is remitted. 

« .7 

Aphel imperat. pi. of |q_» , was equal to, worths/ o/!— Aph. ._»Q_» | , 
made equal or straight, agreed together, judged rightly. With afi". 

7 .7 , / c 

__iQ_» ( , hath made us able, Gr. tKavcocrei/ ly/xas, 2 Cor. iii. 6. — 
Pret. 2. sing. A_.Q_»f, S. Matt. xx. 12.— 2. pi. ^A^cL.]' Acts v. 

. T> 7 I .7 7 .7 

9 Fut. (o ■ 1, 1 Cor. vi. 5 Imperat. t-iQ™*!, pi. 0Q_»|, as 

. -I. 7 

above Part. |q_»1d, S. John v. 18. 

Heb. Hiph. niEJ^Hj likened, compared, Isa. xlvi. 5; Lam. ii. 13. 

— 0T-K»>0|, the way — lit. His way, affix pleonastic, referring to the fol- 

7 x. 

lowing word — Gr. t^v o8oV. s>j90|, noun fem. a way, xmth, 

journey. Def. Uj5o], ch. iv. 6, &c. — PI. def. 1Xj1»5o"J, S. Matt, 
xxii. 9, &c. 

Heb. rn^<, Ps. xix. e.- ChaUl. n^X, pi. |nnX, with aff. 

Dan. iv. 34; v. 23. 

— jjjiDj, of the Lord — Kn/atou — Def. (pref. 5 of the gen.) of \^ (S. Matt. 

ix. 38). The def. form sing, is used exclusively for The LORD, — 
nin^ — and is by the Syriai\s styled the Tetragrammaton; in 

T ; 

which (they say) the Ld represents jZ.OjlD, Dominion; — the 5, 
"jZoiliJ, Majesty; — and the w-i, 1, "jZoA-ij, Essence or Substance. 



28 S. JOHN I. 23—26. 

Ver. 23. PI. def. X^^JD, Eph. vi. 9.— There is also a pi. of fern, form, 

^•^, S. Matt. vi. 24; S. Luke xvi. 13.— Def. TZo'-Sd, 1 Cor. 
viii. 5 (with adject, masc); 1 Tim. vi. 15. 

Chald. iir\f2, lord, Dan. ii. 47; iv. 16, 21; v. 2.3. 

— 5 pj2_i(, as — Ka^w's — Adverb, in its simplest form ••> -\ (S. Matt, 

xvi. 11). JIow? — Gv. TTws. — (±11^1, either inteiTogative, How? 
TTOJs; S. John iii. 9; Acts ii. 8; Kom. vi. 2; 1 S. John iii. 17; — 
or, As, Gr. KaOu)<;, Hebr. iv. 3; — How, Gr. ttws, Rev. iii. 3; — w5, 
Phil. i. 8 (the pref. ) is here pleonastic). 

5 ] 1 '^ -1 , as, Ka$w<s, S. John xx. 21; — w?, S. Matt. i. 24; vi. 12; — 
iZa-n-ep, S. Matt. xiii. 40; — That, wcrre, S. John iiL 16; — That, how, 
oTTws, S. Mark iii. 6. 

24. ^QJOT, thei/, these. PI. of 001, demonstr. pron. masc. 

— (-a^t'^ r-^> '^ ffom among, the Pharisees — Ik twi/ ^apicraioiv — PI. 

def. of yk^i^ (Acts xxiii. 6) ; noun masc. def. a Pharisee; of 

y _ » p p X 

form Part. Peil of t_»;^, separated. — Another form is f • * ",^ , 
Phil. iii. 15. 

— OCOl, were — ^a-av — Pret. 3. pi. of JOOI, with the linea occidtaiis, as 

representing the logical copula. 

25. Aj( (iilLSD, baptizest thou — ySaTrrt^cis — Aphel part, (representing, 

with Aj j , the pi'esent tense 2. sing.) of JLciL, washed himself; 

-" «7 

was immersed, baptized. — Aph. ,lQii|(Acts i. 5), immersed, bap- 
tized.— Tret, l.sing. Z^OL"!', 1 Cor. i. 14, 15, 16 Put. yln:^, 

with aff., S. Mark i. 8 ; S. Luke iii. 16;— 1. sing. r^3l.f, ver. 31, 

33, below Tmperat. , Viv ]^ pi. n, V)v ')^ S. Matt, xxviii. 19 

Inf. 0,^nsV)\, 1 Cor. i. 17. 

— t|, if — el — Conjunction. 

— ^.jA^ I |j , thou be not — av ovk el — A-*] with affix, for verb subst. pres. 

I X 

2. sing. See note, ver. 1. 

26. pJL, amwered^-dTreKpcOr] — Yerb Peal pret. 3. sing. Peplied, began 

to s])eak. Followed by *0, was anxious, careftd about, S. Luke x. 

40 Pret. 1. sing. A > i v Acts xxii. 8.-3. pi. o(s, S. Matt. 

xxi. 27 Put. ]< v\ S. Matt. xxv. 45, i-c. — 3. pi. ^QJ-^, 



S. JOHN I. 26. 29 

Ver. 26. S. Matt. xxv. 44 Part. ]1L, fem. ] . 1 \, S. Luke x. 40.— Part. 

Peil ]1l, pi. ^ > "^ ^ , 1 Thess. iv. 11; 2 Tim. ii. 16. 

Heb. n^j;, Gen. xxiii. 14; Ps. iii. 5.— Cliald. HJj;. or J^JJ^, 

Dan. ii. 7, &c. &c. 

— ^OHlX, to them — avrois — Prepos. with aff. 3. pi. masc. 

— ] >V'*'^ ; with water — Iv rSart — Noun masc. used in the pi. only. So 

also 

Heb. Q^/b, Ps. xviii. 17; — and frequently. 

— .pn Aii . «-i j among you — Gr. jneVos tJ/xwi/ — Preposition . i ) i O (S. 

Matt. xix. 10) and LL^JD (S. John iv. 31) Between. Both take 
plural affixes; as ^CJlllO - .mn i . *-> between Him and them, 

i.e. ire secret, S. Matt. xx. 17. — ^ i 1 » n, between thee, ch. xvin. 
15. — ^mAi . «-^ among them, ver. 2, 20. 

— ^l-O, standing i.e. «/iere standeth — €(TTr]K€v — Part, of JsOOD 1>C10 (ch. 

ii. 22) arose, stood up. With ^\£iiDqJ^, was opposed to, resisted, 
S. Matt. V. 39; Acts xxvii. 15; S. James iv. 7; v, 6. — Pret. 3. 
fem. 'L'^L, S. John xi. 29, &c.— 1. sing. ALod, Acts xxiv. 20. 
—3. pi. Qlni), S. Matt, xxvii. 52, &c. Fem. . i'V)n , Acts ix. 

39._2. pi. ^Akii), 1 Cor. XV. 1 Put. iOOQJ, S. Matt. xvi. 

21, &c. Fern, (without final ^) ^OjdZ, S. Matt, xviii. 16; 
. .Kr,nr^ ? Acts xxvii. 15.— 2. pi. ^V>0 oL, S. Matt. v. 39.— 

3. pi. ^akJOaJ, S. Matt. X. 21 Imperat. ^Q-D, S. Matt. ii. 13, 

20, &c. Fem. ■ ^"^nr^ S. Mark v. 41.— PI. aSDOiD, S. Matt. 

xvii. 7 Inf. ^sOQLclL, S. Matt. vi. 5, &c — Part. ^IjO (pron. 

Kho-yem) as above; Fem. IIOj-D, S. Matt. xxiv. 15.— PI. masc. 

p 7 V 

. Vn > o ^ S. Matt. xi. 5; coalescing with ^-J-»-», ^1 i V) i n , 

Acts xix. 40.— PI. fem. ^jALd, S. Luke v. 2. 

Heb. Q!)p, Ps. iii. 8; and very frequently. Chald. Q^lp, 
Dan. ii. 39, &c. &c. 

— 01^ ?, whom — Comp. Heb. iflX--^£;J'{<. 

— ^Aj"! ^ I ^. t , ye know — otSare — Part. pi. of Vi,-* , forming with ^Aj j 

the present tense, 2. pi., and pronounced with it as one word, 



30 S. JOHN I. 26, 27. 

♦. I •> 
Ver. 26. yoditun. The words are often joined, as .nA . v^ , See Phillips' 
Gr. § 38: Cowper § 91. ^ 

27. pj ]q_» (pron. Shoveno), I am loorthy — ei/xi a^tos — Part, (with pron. 

expressing the Pres. 1. sing.) of ]q_», vxis equal to^ worthy, fitted 
for, sufficient for. — Pret. 1. sing. A_»Q_», S. Luke vii. 7.-3. pi. 

7 

0Q_», ch. XX. 35. — The object (if any) when a noun, is preceded 
by _^ (except, in the Gospels, S. Matt. x. 10; S. Luke x. 7); — 

when a verb, by j, as in this place Put. |q_«_3, 2 Cor. ii. 16. — 

3. pi. ^00 ■ \, 1 Tim. V. 17.— 2. pi. vOQ_»r, S. Luke xxi. 36 

Part. fem. ]-*aj», S. Luke xxiii. 22. — PI. masc. ^Q-», S. Matt. 

iii. 8, &c Part. Peil ]q_», 1 Cor. xv. 39:— Fera. Uq-», S. Mark 

xiv. 59. — Constr. j;.Qj[^ AjQ_», equal in honoicr, 2 S. Pet. i. 1. 

•Ji .. .07.. .. y 

—PL masc. ^Q_», def. (-»Q-», Rev. xxi. 16. — PI. fem. _jQ_», 
S. Mark xiv. 56. — From this verb are derived : 

\Lo^O-», noun fem. def. Parity, equality, justice, Rom. xv. 5; 2 Cor. 
viii. 13, U; Col. iv. 1. 

Aj|-»Q-», adv. Equally, Acts xi. 17; 1 Cor. xii. 25, 

Heb. rW, followed by 3, Prov. iii. 15; viii. 11. Also Esth. 

V. 13; vii. 4. By 7, Esth. iii. 8. — Chald. see note, S. John xi. 2. 

— j;_»|5, that I should unloose, to unloose — Iva Xvo-o) — Fut. 1. sing. (pref. 

3, to which the vowel is remitted) of ];_» (S. Matt, xiv, 23), 
loosened, dissolved, broke a law, dispersed, destroyed; sent away, 
absolved ; freed from bonds or burdens; whence, took up abode, 
and, generally, dwelt. From the original idea of loosing, are de- 
rived other secondazy meanings; as, Pa. opened an undertaking, 
i.e. began. Ethpa. was loosed from hunger, i.e. dined; whence 

jZ.O}_», a meal, feast. 

Pret. 3. fem. 'Li^», dwelt, 2 Tim. i. 5. — 1. sing. Zl»;_», I sent 

7 
(them) away, 2 Cor. ii. 13. — 3. pi. 0;_», Acts iv. 21, (fcc. — 1. pi. 

7 .7> * 

__.^, we abode, Acts xxi. 7 Fut. |;_«_J, S. Matt. v. 19; with 

aff., S. John xix. 12; — Fem. \i-mL (without final wj), S. Mark x. 
12. — 2. sing. ltl»Z, S. Matt. xvi. 19.— 3. pi. A « y (that) they 
may lodge, S. Luke ix. 12. — 2. pi. ^;_»Z, S. Matt, xviii. 18; xix. 
8. — 1. pi. 1; « \ S. Mark x. 4 Imperat, ^i-», S. Matt, xiv, 15, 



S. JOHN I. 27, 28. 31 

Ver. 27. &c.— PL 0}-», ch. xxi. 2, &c Infin. ][ >0^V, S. Mark xv. G 

Part. ");_», S. Jolin v. 18; xix. 12, &c. — PI. masc. _»;_», S. Mark 

xi. 4, 5, &c Part. Peil ]l^, S. Matt. xvi. 19; xviii. 18: — Fern. 

|_t^, remaining, abiding, 1 S. John ii. 14: coalescing with 

.7 7 7 T 

•_iZ!l3], vjAj;_», S. Luke xiii. 12. — PL masc. —t;.^, S. Matt. ix. 
36; lodging, S. Luke ii. 7; abiding, ver. 8: — coalescing with 

7 7 n 

_1_K», 1 -; »^ we abide, are at home, 2 Cor. v. 6. From this verb 
are derived : 
.-j;-*, noun masc. A loosening. Def. (->;_•, Divorce, 1 Cor. vii. 27. 
— I nterjjr elation, 2 S. Pet. i. 20. 

.0 IP _ _ _ »0 p P 

jAj;_», nounfem. def. A joint. PL _j"^, Eph. iv. 16. — Def. JAjV-»> 
Heb. iv. 12. Form of Peal part. act. 

Heb. n*l£J^> ^^^ loose, set at liberty, once, Job xxxvii. 3. — 

T T 

Chald. X'n^' oi' i^'l^ (Dan. ii. 22) loosed knots, hard questions; 
set free; remained, dwelt, Dan. iii. 25; v. 16. 

. 1, 7 . P 7 

— |Dp», ^Ae latchets — Gr. toi/ t/Aaira — PL def. (of masc. form) of PO;^, 

noun fern. A cincture, girdle, fastening. Def. |A^;-L, S. Mark i. 
6; Acts xxi. 11. — Also, in pi. Thongs, Acts xxiL 25. 

— «_»01QJ_CD1D), of His shoes — avTov...Tov V7ro87;/u,aTOS — -PL (with aff. 

pron. and pref. 5 of the gen. with '' before a vowelless letter) of 
<y>^ or /laikJ, noun masc. A sandal. — Def. (l fY^V) or pjlOlD. 

PL def. ] ^r^^ (or Ij^CISd), S. Matt. x. 10, &c.— R. ^, put on 



"7 ^ P 

28. fc_»001, were done, took place — Gr. iyevero — Pret. 3. pL fem. of (OCH, 
agreeing with > ^'"", demonstr. pron. pi. com. gender. See 
Cowper's Gr. § 179 (4). 

— 5 ];.OXC), on the other side of, beyond — ivepav — ;*'^S, def (;OS, noun 
masc. The act of passing over; the region beyotid. — (;*~iSO, 
on the other side, S. Luke viii. 26. — j;Jll!Ok, to the other side, 
S. Matt. xiv. 22; xvi. 5, &,c. Also, as a preposition, (;^H, over, 
S. Mark vl 53. — j "Itnsn, beyond, as in this place; — j Ir^::^! ,_iO, 
from beyoiid, S. Matt. iv. 25, &,c. — ? |;.ns\, to the otlier side of. 



♦*^2 S. JOHN I. 28, 29. 

Ver. 28. S. John vi. 1; x. 40; xviii. 1, &c PI. clef. Vj^, with aff. 

w»CJI0'^r:i2i, CTUiVmL, both pleonastic, S. Matt. iv. 15; xii. 42. — 
Heb. nnj;, Gen. 1. 10.— Chald. ^l^y, Ezr. iv. 10, &c. 

— ? \^], where — oirov — Adverb of place, compounded of p + «_»"). 

The particle of interrogation %^] /= Heb. ^X, *J^\ enters into the 

composition of several words; as M->h ( ^^ ' | j pjlu|, &c. So 
also \D (Heb. |^3) thus, also here, Gen. xxxi. 37) with preposi- 
tions becomes j£i^, hither, S. Matt. viii. 29; — ]^V^^ Aence, 
S. John ii. 16; xviii. 36. 

^L»] (without 5) where, S. John xx. 2. — Interrogatively, 

where? ch. xi. 34. — "With pref. ^, t£l-»|J, whither, ch. iii. 8. — 

Followed by 001, it becomes QUjI, where is? ch. vii. 11. — 

.0.7 i> 

1*^ -( ^, where, from whence, S. Matt. xxv. 26. 

Heb. n^^X, Song of Sol. i. 7.— ^b^^^, 2 Kings vi. 13. 

T 

— JOOI (JklLiD, was baptizing — ^i'..,/3a7rTt^(Dv — See note, ver. 25, above. 

Part, and subst. verb, forming the imperf. tense. See Phillips's 
Gr. §38; Cowper § 82. 

29. Ol5A^5 PiDQ~»._iO, and on the day which (was) after it, i.e. the next 
day — Gr. tt} iTravpiov — Pref. O with ^ before a vowelless con- 
sonant; and prep. _l, marking the time at which an action is 
performed; as Lat. ad diem insequentem. 

|Sdq_», def. of i»OQ_», noun masc. A day, occurring in the 

expressions I>OQ_i . V) iOQ_i , day by day, 2 Cor. iv. 16; 2 S. Pet. 

ii. 8. — ^Q_» ^kD or iOQ_»— .^kl), every day, daily, S. Matt, xxvi 

., 7 
55, &c. — The pi. has a masc. foi'm V V>r> . S. John ii. 19, 20, 

&c.— Def. jkJoI, Gal. iv. 10.— Constr. JllDol, S. Matt. ii. 1, 

&c. ; — and a fem. def. ]ALdcLi (S. John ii. 12), which is joined 
with masc. verbs, &c. see S. John vii. 14; S. Matt. iii. 1. 
Heb. and Chald. QV> frequently. 

— |01, behold! — tSe — Interjection. 

— OljiDJ, the Lamb (affix pleon.) — 6 'A/ifo's — ^SdI (Rev. xvii. 14) noun 

masc. A Iamb, sheeiy. Def. ItiiOl, Acts viii. 32. — PI. def. I'^l, 
S. Matt. vii. 15, &c. 



S. JOHN I. 29—31. 33 

Ver. 29. Chald. nte^^, pl- pi^J^, Ezr. vi. 9, 17; vii. 17. 

— \\ci »; OCn, who, which (lit. He who) taketh away — o olptav — Part, of 

v^(^ • (ch. V. 9). Carried, hore up, took, removed; took to xcife, 
married (S. Matt. v. 32), corresponding with the Heb. Xb^Ji also 

T T 

departed, S. Matt. xix. 1. Pret. 3. fern. Axo «^ S, Matt. xiii. 

7 

33.-3. pl. o\n>, ch. xiv. 12, &c.— 2. pl. ^A\A . ch. xvi. 8 

Put. ^nn • 1, S. Matt. V. 40.— 1. sing. ^0 n »')^ with aff. S. John 

XX. 15. — 3. pl. ^Vr^ «'i S. Mark vi. 8 Imperat. ^Q.Q_», 

S. Matt. ix. 6; with aff. S. John xix. 15.— Pl. oV on « S. Matt. 

xi. 29 Part. pl. masc. « nc"! • ; — Constr. ( /}'^ » - » \<^ «, 

those hearing the fasces, i. e. the lictors — Gr. tovs pajB^ov-^ov%, Acts 
xvi. 35, 38. Part. Peil VV - ^ « , S. Mark ii. 3, and actively, 
S. John xix. 17, &c. — Fem. constr. AAj_Q_», Rev. xii. 15. — - 
Pl. masc. _^ . \ . o •^ S. Mark vi. 55, ifec. : — coalescing with 

-_J_*j, ■ 1 I \ I O », 2 Cor. iv. 10. — Constr. IItdqId • . V > o «_ 

. . " . * 7 I 

hearing hurdens, i.e. heavy laden, S. Matt. xi. 28. 

Heb. 7p^, suspended, weighed out money, Gen. xxiii. 16. 

— mA . JK ^^ the sin (affix pleonastic) — rrjv afxapTiav — *»»_^_kj, def. 

jA . ^ »■> (ch. viii. 34, 46), noun fem. A sin, crime. — R. |-6^»>j, 
sinned. 

Chald. ^DM, with aff. Dan. iv. 24. 

T — ; 

31. OT--i. A-»001 ^Xr-» (J? I knew him not — ovk rjSeiv avrov — Part, and 
subst. verb forming the imperf. tense, 1. sing. 

7 1* 

— ^&,_>AJ9, that He should be hwwn, made manifest — tva cf>av€p(x)Oy — 

* I . . . . ' 

Ethpeel fut. 3. sing. (pref. 5, giving force of subj. mood) of VJ,_». 

Knew. — Ethpe. VSpjZj (S. Mark vi. 14) Tl'as known, made known. — 

Pret. 3. fem. 'LLZI]] ^cts i. 19, &c.— 1. sing. AlflZ"!" 1 Cor. 
xiii. 12.— 2. pl. ^Al^^^Zl' Gal. iv. 9 Fut. 3. sing. fem. (without 

final w.) ^l^Ll, Acts ii. 14, &c.— 3. pl. ^Ol^plAj, S. John iii. 21 : 
w. c. - 5 



34 S. JOHN I. 31, 32. 

Ver. 31. Fern. I^r^Aj, Phil. iv. 6 Part. v{^A£d, S. Matt. xii. 33; 

S. Luke vi. 44: forming pres. tense, S. John x. 14. — Fem. 
iLylASD, 2 Tim. iii. 9j 1 S. John iv. 2. 

— poi nS^V), because of this, therefore — 8ta tovto — See note, ver. 15, 

above. 

— ,VlS( (JLiOOj, that I might baptize with water — Gr. iv t<3 uSan 

(SaTTTi^wv — See note, ver. 25, above. 

32. ;io|0 JtJLCDJ, bare record arid said — Gr. ifiaprvprjo-cv, Xe'ywv — A past 
tense followed by a part, in Gr. is usually rendered in Syr. by 
two preterites connected by O. 

— pKjO^^, the Spirit — to Ilvevfjia — Px'ef. _^ marking the object or ac- 

cusative. 

■X 

K>^Oy, (S. Matt. V. 3) noun com. but generally used as a feminine, 
Spirit, wind, breath. Def. pa09. — PI. (masc. form) _j_k»0), 
S. Luke xi. 26; 1 S. John iv. 1.— Def. ]Lo'i, S. Matt, vii 25, 
&c.— PI. fem. def. ]2lLo5, Hebr. xii. 9, 23.— 

Heb. h^l^lj Gen. i. 2. — Chald. TVD, spirit, wind, Diviiie Spirit, 
Dan. ii. 35; v. 12, 20, &c. PI. constr. *ni*l, ch. A-ii. 2. 

— |A.kkJ5, descending — Kara^aZvov — Pref 5 marking the pai'ticiple used 

as such; see Cowper's Gram. § 211. (5). — 

Part. fem. of AI>J (ch. ii. 12) Went down. Pret. 3. fem. 2Aj^, 
S. Mark i. 10; S. Luke iii 22.— 1. sing. 2XkJ, S. John vi. 38, 
&c.— 3. pi. oAjIj, ver. 16; S. Mark iii. 22.-2. pi. ^LlL^, 

1 Cor. xi. 17. — 1. pi. ^AjIj, Acts xx. 13; xxvii. 2 Fut. Zq_kkJ, 

Q_K», S. John iv. 49, kc Inf. 

LL^\ Rev. xiii. 13. 

Heb. nm, Ps. xxxviii. 3.— Chald. nn:, part. nHJ {=m\ 

Dan. iv. 10, 20.— 

" ^ » r-^» from Heaven — ei ovpavov — A pi. noun def, with or with- 
out Ribui: in the former case always constructed as a plural: in 
the latter sometimes with a pi. (as ver. 51, below), — sometimes 
with a sing, verb, as in S. Matt. iii. 16. 

Heb. D^pt^, Gen. i. 1.— Chald. PI. def ^>'^^, Dan. u. 
18, I'c— 



S. JOHN I. 32—35. 35 

Ver, 32. (JO-*, a dove — Treptarepav — Noun fern. PI. def. (of masc. form) 
Xial, ch. ii. U, 16, &c. 

Heb. niV, Gen. viii. 8. PI. Q^^V, Song of Sol. i. 15. 

— 'A_»Q_DO, aiid it abode, remained — koI e/xuveu — Pael pret. 3. sing. fem. 

« X 7 

of (CLO (Peal not used) Pa. »_»Q_Q (S. Luke i. 22) Eemained, per- 
severed, expected, waited. — Pret. 1. sing. AjQ_D, Gal. i. 18. — 3. pi. 

OjCLD, S. Matt. XV. 32. — 1. pi. ^Q-O, Acts xx. 15; xxviii. 12 

Put. loQJ, S. John iii. 36, &c.; Fem. ]cloL, Eom. ix. 11. — 
2. sing. IodZ, Rom. xi. 22. — 1. sing, loo]" 1 Cor. x\d. Q; Phil, 
i. 24. — 3. pi. ^CLQJ, S. John xv. 16; Fem. ^CLQJ, ver. 7. 

2. pi. ^OQJDL, same verse. — 1. pi. (on 1, E.om. vi. 1 Imperat. 

]cLOy 2 Tim. iii. 14.— PI. OQ-D, S. John xv. 4, 9, &c Part. 

InnV), S. John vL 56, &c. — Fem. ] .n oVrt ver. 33, below. — PI. 

■>< 7 _ _ _ 7 7 T> 7 

masc. _.Q.q1d, Acts xxiii. 21; coalescing with ^-J->a, i .noVn 
Rom. viii. 25; Gal. v. 5. 

Heb. i^)p, waited for, hoped in, only in part. H^p, Ps. xxv. 3; 
xxxvii. 9; Ixix. 7. — Piel H^p* trusted in, Ps. xxv. 5, &c, 

7 7 7 ■'I' 

33. t-i^h^^ r^' ^"^ ^^**^ *^**^ ^^^ — ^ TTc/A'/'as ju-c — Interrog. pron. with 5, 
used as a relative; see Phillips's Gr. § 26, Cowper § 74. 

Verb Pael pret. with aff. 1. sing. — See note, ver. 19, above. 

— .->CT1o\s .... 5 ]i_»|5, that he, on whom — Gr. c^' ov — P-j], fem. 

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j_i|, mterrog. pronoun, used like the preceding, with j as a 
relative. Pref. j, introducing the speech, and taking the first 
vowel. 

JQJDJ 1-KjOt.O, with the Spirit of holiness i.e. with the Holy Ghost — 

Iv IIvtu/xaTt ayt<i) — p^09 with pref. prep. — see last verse. 5 of the 

» P -x -x 

gen. prefixed to ^»>Q_D, def. of »_»OrD (Rom. i. 4) noun fem. 
5Q_0, the Holy of Holies, Hebr. ix. 3. — 

f\ 7 

R. t.^r-'^, Pa. «_»r-D> sanctified. 

Heb. 2J'"lp> Ps. ii. 6 and frequently. 

35. P;~K» j (IdQ i N , the next day — ttj liravpiov — Equivalent to y^r, \ \ 

CTIjAr:?, ver. 29. 



36 S. JOHN I. 35, 36. 

Ver. 35. Def. of ^i^] (ch. v. 7, 42, 43, &c.). Aywther— .... ^]-»J\ 
—^i.^0, one... and aiiother, ch. iv. 37. — Also yet; as \\ « \ <"> 
__i;_K»(, yet a little while, ch. xii. 35; xiii. 33; xiv. 18. — Fern. def. 
|Z;_»^|, ch. vi. 22, <fec. — PI. masc. ^_i_3';jo], ch. xix. 18, &c. — Def. 
Ij^I, ch. iv. 38, &c.— PI. fern. ^.i-J-^l, S. Matt. xii. 45, &c.— 
Def. I'aIj-^], S. John vi. 23, &c. 

Heb. nnX, Gen. iv. 25.— Chald. pn&^, Dan. ii. 11, &c.; and 
the fern, form '^y^^ /for n^^Pti^V ver. 39, ifcc. 

^ •t:t V -TIT ; 

— __»5Z.O, and two — koX ^vo — Cardinal numb. masc. Pref. O with ' before 

a vowelless consonant. See note, ch. vi. 7. 

— . .mn^ > Vox/ _Ld, of his disciples — Ik twv fxaOrp-wv avTov — PI. (with 

affixed pron.) of . « V^N/ noun masc. A disciple, one who learns 

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from another. Def. (, i V>\Z, ch. xviii. 15. — PI. ., . Vn\7^ 

def, 1, .^\/ J in the same verse. Root ,1q2i, Heb. *7)b7> 
taught. 

Heb. n^p^M, 1 Chron. xxv. 8. 

36. ^jjO, and he looked — Gr. koI e/A/JXci/^as — Verb pret. 3. sing. (pref. o) 
3Q.KJ ;-►-». Gazed earnestly upon, expected, waited for, with %^ of 

Z7 
f.>a, S. Mark xiv. 67; S. Luke xxii. 

56. — 1. sing. Z;_K», Acts xi. 6; xxii. 13. — 3. pi. 0;_>^, S. John 

xiii. 22: S. Mark ix. 8:— Fern. ^V-»-», S. Mark xvi. 4 Fut. 

jQ-kkJ, Acts vii. 32. — 3. pi. ^jQ-kO, S. John xix. 37. — 2. pi. 

^5a.KjZ., S. James ii. 3. — 1. pi. 5Q_k»J, Hebr. x. 24; xii. 2 

Imperat. 5aao, Acts iii. 4; iv. 29. — PI. OjOj-j, S. Matt. vi. 1, 

26 Part. 5J>j (pron. Khoyar), S. Mark v. 32, <kc. — PI. masc. 

i; > '■'■^ with _i^ of the object, Gr. 7rpoo-8oK<Sj/Tes, S. Luke viii. 40: 

7 7 r » _ p o 

— coalescing with -JL*j, . 1 i; t kj, 2 Cor. iv. 18. — Fem. ^;.*-k», 
S. Luke iv. 20. 

— w»_ikOlLD j^, walking, as He loalked — Gr. irepnraTovvTL — Participles, 



S. JOHN I. 36, 37. 37 

Ver. 36, used as such (i.e. not forming a tense) have commonly before 

7 

them ^ or 5. See above, ver. 32, note. 

• * <■" '' 

Pael Part, of yb^G^ (not used in Peal). Pa. j^_iai (ch. v. 9). 

Walked, journeyed. Pret. 3. pi. OliAOl, Acts xvi. 6 ; Hebr. xiii. 9. 

—2. pi. ^AoSoi, Col. iii. 7; ^L^O<Ti ^A^OI (pluperf), Eph. 

ii. 2.— 1. pi. .-l^ScTl, 2 Cor. xii. 18; 2 Thess. iii. 7 Put. y,^<JU, 

S. John xi. 10.— 1. sing. ^ScJll", 2 Cor. vi. 16.— 3. pi. ^OliXcTU, 

S. Mark xii. 38.-2. pi. ^nSoiZ, Eph. iv. 1, &c.— 1. pi. *^CJU, 

Rom. vi. 4, &c Imperat. j^AOl, S. John v. 8, 11, 12, &c. — Pi. 

nn^ m ch. xi. 15, &c Inf. OIiXctiIdI^, ch. vii. 1; S. Luke 

XX. 46 Part. fem. "jliXcniD, S. Mark v. 42. —Pi. masc. 

—v^cniD, S. John vi. 66, &c.;— with ,A^, ^ 1 ■ nNoilD 
Rom. viii. 4, &c. 

Heb. "rrSn, Ps. i. 1, and very frequently.— Pi. ^Tj^'/'l, 1 Kings 

xxi. 27; elsewhere always in poetry, as Ps. xxxviii. 7, &c Chald. 

Pa. *r,^n, Dan. iv. 26.— Aph. *^7^^J, part. ch. iii. 25; iv. 34. 
37. OiiQjO, and they heard — koI rjKovaav — Pret. 3. pi. (pref. O with ' 

7 

before a vowelless consonant) of W^O 9 (ch. iii. 32). Heard. — Pret. 
2. sing. A vCn « ^ Rev. iii. 3 :— with aff. S. John xi. 41.-1. sing. 
AvV>l ch. viii. 26, 40; xv. 15.-2. pi. ^Ail£L», ch. v. 37, &c. 
—1. pi. ^v^« , ch. iv. 42; xii. 34: ^l\V)>, 2 S. Pet. i. 18 — 
Put. ^iklaJ, S. Matt, xviii. 17, &c.— Fem. . 1 SV)>Z, Acts iii. 23. 
—1. sing. Mlk»l^ 3 S. John ver. 4.-3. pi. ^\V)« 1, S. John v. 

25, 28 ^Imperat. Mki^, pi. Q_Lkij, S. Matt. xiii. 18:— with aff. 

. . in v<^ n . ^ S. Mark vii. 14 Inf. MV)»V>\, S. Matt. xiii. 17, 

&c. :— with aff. S. John vi. 60 Part. Mkl^ , S. John iii. 8, «&c.— 

Fem. "iikL*, ch. x. 3.— PL masc. ^ 1 S^O • , ch. v. 25, &c.: — 
coalescing with ^pAj], yOA 1 SV) • , Phil. i. 30.— PL fem. ^SV)« , 

S. Matt. xiii. 16 Part. Peil Wi Vt, Acts xv. 24; xix. 2. 

Heb. '^}2'^, Ps. vL 9 (and very frequently).— Chald. "^1^^, 
Dan. v. 14, 1^6. 



38 S. JOHN I. 37, 38. 

Ver. 37. ^0T_.5Z., the two, those two — ot 8vo — The numeral (see note, 
ver. 35) with pi. affix. See Phillips' Gr. § 31. 

— Q_^l|o, and they went, (with. hL^) followed — /cai yjKo\ov6y](Tav — Pret. 

3. pi. (with pref. O, to which the first vowel is remitted) of ^1 j 
(ch. iv. 47). Went, went away. — For the peculiarity of this verb, 
see Phillips' Gr. § 40 (9); Cowper's Gr. § 108 (6); 111 (1). 

Pret. 3. sing. fern. •Zlii.lf, ch. iv. 28, &c.— 1. sing. Al^Jf, eh. 

ix. 11. — 3. pi. fern. - "^l], S, Matt. xxv. 10; ^ V \\X, oh. xxviii. 

8, 11.— 1. pi. ^iT Acts xxviii. 14; ^i\lX S. Luke ix. 13 

Put. ^i]j, S. John vii. 35, &c.— 2. sing. %i\C, S. Mark ix. 43, 
&c. — 1. sing, ^il, S. John xvi. 7, &c.— 3. pi. ^olJlj, S. Matt. 

viii. 18, &c.— 2. pi. v9-^lU> S. John xv. IG, &c.— 1. pi. ^l]j, 

S. John xiv. 31, &c Tmperat. x>i, S. John iv. 50, &c. — Fern. 

. > \j vpr 16,&c.— Pi. masc. a\l , S. Matt. ii. 8,&c.— Fern. ^-iSf, 

ch. xxv. 9, &c Inf. ^i]kA, S. John vi. 67, &c. Most of these 

forms are of very frequent occurrence. 

Heb. StJ^, Pi'ov. XX. 14.— Chald. ^T^<, Dan. vi. 19; Ezr. iv. 

23; V. 8, 15. 

— .001^, pers. pron. dat. pleonastic, after verb of motion. See Cowper's 

Gr. § 198 (6). 

— V^O-A^) OlJAo, after Him that (is) Jesus, i.e. after Jesus. For the 

pleonastic use of pronouns, see Phillips, Gr. § 55: Cowper, § 198. 
38. fcjJLaZIo, and He turned Himself — Gr. o-rpae^ets Se — Ethpeel pret. 3. 
sing, (pref O, to which the first vowel is remitted) of \lj2i. Turned, 
returned. Ethpe. Was turned, turned himself. — Pret. 3. sing. fern. 
•LLi^I^, ch. XX. 14, 16.-1. sing, t . 1 <^lX, Rev. i. 12.-3. pi. 
a_,_L23Zt, Acts ix. 35; xi. 21.— 2. pi. ^Aj_L2)Zf, 1 Thess. i 9; 

1 S. Pet. ii. 25 Fut. "il^Aj, S. Luke xvii. 4.-3. pi. ^QJLqAj, 

S. John xii. 40, &c.— 2. pi. ^OJ^ZZ., Acts iii. 26; xiv. 14;— 

1 pi. \L2iLl, ch. XV. 36 Impcrat. . i 1 ^Z.( (the vowel of the 

second rad. thrown back ou the first), S. Luke ix. 38 ; xxii. 32. — 



S. JOHN I. 38. 89 

Ver. 38. PI. Q_l^Z"j, Gr. ImfTTpiij/aTe, Acts iii. 19 Pai^t. "[l^Ak), pi. 

masc. . 1 g^AVn Acts xv. 1 9 ; — combined with ^-i-*Jj — J_i.J_2)AlD 
cli. xiii. 46. 

— v9^|> them — avTous — Pers. pron. 3. pi. masc. This pronoun, with its 

fem. ■ \ l] , is used as an accusative after a transitive verb. The 
other pers. pronouns are nominatives. 

— <n5A£2 _jZ(5, folloioing Him — ^Gr. a.Ko\ovQovv7a.% — See note, ver. 7. 

Bor the prefixed j, see notes, ver. 32, 36. 

— ^ Aj I ^^ >..Sn , (pron. ho-e-tuit) seek ye ? — Are ye seeking ? — ^r]T€LT€ ; — • 

Part. pi. (with pronoun, forming pres. 2. pi.) of "iLd (xix. 38). 

7 

Sought, begged, demanded, desired. Pret. 2. sing. A . vo S. Matt. 

,1 7 

xviu. 32. — 1. sing. A», S^, S. Luke ix. 40. — 3. pi. Q-L^, S. John 
vii. 30; xix. 31, &c. — with aff. . .rnn]W) S, Luke ii. 44. — 1. pi. 

^.iJ:^, Acts xxiv. 6; 1 Thess. ii. 6 Fut. p^^ilJ, S. Luke xix. 

10 ;— Fem. (without final ^) ]L^1I, S. Luke xi. 24.-2. sing, 
t^^" 1 Cor. vii. 27.— 1. sing. \^X, S. John xiv. 16; xvi. 26.— 
3. pi. ^'-ni, S. Luke xiii. 24.-2. pi. ^OLr^Z" ch. xii. 29; with 

aff. S. John vii. 34, 36, &c.— 1. pi. ^v^y 2 Cor. viii. 6 

Imperat. .^l^i, Acts viii. 22.— PI. oi^:, S. Matt. vi. 33 Inf. 

)snV), Philem. ver. 9.— pref. X, ]snV>!l, S. Mark viii. 11 ;— 
with aff. pleon. S. Matt. ii. 13 Part. |I^, S. John iv. 27, (fee- 
Coalescing with p], ]jLLO, / beseech, Rom. xii. 1 ; xvi. 17 : — 

10 o ~ 7 

I So, S. John XX. 15 PI. masc. coalescing with ,-J-k», 

,_J_i_Lo, 1 Cor. iv. 13;— with ^oAj], ^A . vA 2 Cor. xiii. 3.— 

PI. fem. ^^ I Sn, S. Matt, xxviii. 5. 

Heb. nyH. Isa. xxi. 12. — Chald. XJ?3, sought, with ace. 

Dan. ii. 13 ; vi. 5, requested of a j^erson, ?)^, ch. ii. 16; — Clp, 

ch. vi. 12;— Qlp \p, ch. ii. 18. Whence ^j;3 u. f. Petition, ch. 

vi. 8, 14. Syr. |ZcLli:2, noun fem. def. a prayer, petition, 2 Cor. 
viii. 4.— PI. ^olo, Eph. vi. 18;— Def. ]Zcl1o, 1 Tim. v. 5. 

— — i;lo|, they say or said — Gr. cittoi/ — Part, for present tense or pre- 

terite.— See Cowper's Gr. § 211 (3). 



40 S. JOHN I. 38—40. 

7 7 y 

Ver. 38. . '^y Master, lit. otir Master — Gr. 'Pa^ySi. ..SiSoto-KaXc i^5 (S. 

Matt. xi. 11) adj. Much, great, principal; often as a subst. a great 
one; lord, prince, Master. Hei-e with affixed pronoun. — Def. yiDy, 
S. Matt. XX. 26, &c.— Fern. ]hl, 1 S. John v. 9 ; 3 S. John ver. 4. 
—Def. TA^5, ch. iu, 29, below.— Constr. ]2oAa^ LLI , S. Luke 

xvi. 2, 3, 4; 1 Cor. ix. 17 PI. ^•^'i, def. ]^5.— Constr. ^j>0>, 

ch. vii. 32, below. 

Heb. i*l, Ps. xviii. 15; and frequently. — Chakl. i*l, Dan. 

- • - 

ii. 10, &c. 

— Aj") looi, art Thou ? — i.e. dwellest Thou 1 — Gr. \i.iv(.i%; — Part, of ( 001 

with pronoun, forming present tense 2. sing. 

39. oZ, come — epX'^aOe — Imperat. pi. of |Z], Came. See note, ver, 7, 

above. 

— ^]-K»Zo, aTid see, lit. aoid ye shall see — Gr. koX tSere- — Put. 2. pi. (pref. 

o) of ll-Kj, Saw. See note, ver. 14, above. 

— iQJOl, theij. Personal pron. pi. — Fern. . » JOI. 

— M-»l> about — ws — Conjunction, As, about, as it were. Lat. circiter,fere. 

— ; m V I V i^ J </ie ^en^/i /iOMr, lit. ten hours — wpa SeKarrj — pJa , pi. def. of 

]v • (S. Matt. XX. 12) noun fem. yl« hour ; also « moment of 

time. Def. l2^.L^, S. John i v. 21, Ac— l^^San CTLD, m i!/ie self- 

same hour, immediately/, S. Matt. viii. 3, 13, &c.— OlZlL^ j^, the 
same, S. John v. 9, &c. — See note, ver. 12, above. — PI. (of masc. 

..IP 

form) „■ I S • , ch. iv. 6, 52, &c. 

Chald. n^i^, Dan. iv. 16.— Def. ^^HJ^p^, in the phrase 
Xny£J^"n3j immediately, ch. iii. 6, 15, &c. 

40. _Kj, one — ccs— Numeral masc, Ooie, one only, a certain one. — Fern. 

]r-»j, ver. 3, above. Used in a variety of phrases; as, 
--K» j_K», every one, ch, vi. 7, &c. — |j-k» |r-K>, ch. xxi. 25. 
j_K» ,_Kj^D, eacA one of them, 1 Cor. xii. 18, &c. 
,_K»^^ or j_kkXd, every man, S. John vii, 53. 

7 7 

,>,K^ ,_Kj, ojie on another, Gr. cts aAAT^Xous, S. John xiii. 22. 

7 7 

_K»> -.K», ojie of another, one another's, ver. 14. 



S. JOHN I. 40, 41. 41 

Ver. 40. ,_k»0 . . . r>J, the one.. .and t/te other, S. Matt. xx. 21 ; xxiv. 40. 

Fern. ver. 41. 
{.>«K-^ j.>j, the one to the other, S. John xi. 56 ; xii. 19 ; or the one the 

other, one another, S. Matt. xxiv. 10, kc. 
fka Z.0 -^ r-»^, one to, towards, another, S. John xiii. 35. 
j_>j _!iD r-K», one of, or from, another, S. John v. 44, »tc. 
,_K» ^'oik f.y^, one toioard another, Rom. i. 27. 

7 'y 7 

j.K» ^>CIL fj^, one loith the other, among yourselves, themselves, S. John 
vi. 43 ; S. Mark i. 27, (fee. 

jjliQIiD r>j, one in an hundred, an hundredfold, S. Matt. xix. 29; 

S. Mark x. 30 ; S. Luke viii. 8. 
]Lqd r>^, how much more, S. Matt. x. 25. 

7 f 

r>j ,-^, loith one consent, Gr. aTro /^tas, S. Luke xiv. 18. 
_^1 |r-»j, «^ one time, once, S. Jude ver. 3, 5. 
jj.>j r~^' li-»^^> immediately, S. John xiii. 32. 

Heb, '^^^^) Gen. i. 5. — Chald. "^n> Dan. ii. 31, (fee. used in 

a similar way with the Syr. word. 
Transl. But one of those who heard John, and followed Jesus, teas 

Andrew, the brother of Simon. 

«v «7 ^ ^ ^ .7 ..0 .7 

— »_.cnQ_K>|, the brother (afF. pleon.) — Gr. 6 aSeX^o's — ,-k)|, def. ^k»| 
(S. Matt. x. 21) noun masc. A brotJier. Takes affixes after the 
manner of \^\ (see ver. 14, above), e.g. w_i_kj|, my brother, 
S. John xi. 21; yCuS^, thy brother, S. Matt. v. 23, 24; u-uDQ-k.") 

T -X .7 

(fem.) S. John xi. 23; _jaiQ.jo|, their (fern.) brother, ver. 19. — 
PI. ^llSi, def. \1S{, ch. xxi. 23. 

Heb. n5<, Gen. iv. 2 (very frequent).— Chald. HX, with aff. 
Ezr. vii. 18. 
41. ^^1 no V^ first — Gr. TrpcSros — Adverb, formed by prefixing _^ to the 
constr. state of PsDjQ-D, the front part (opp. to pAcQ^, the back 

7 x • -n 

part) and transposing O. — ^,JDO.\ r-^' fo^'^^^'">'^!h sometime, 
Eph. V. 8. — VX,_i ^jr)a\ ,ji, He foreknew, Rom. viii. 29.— 
^ ^n>n n \ Vp^ first, Gr. Trpwrov, Acts xxvi. 20. 
w. c. C 



42 S. JOHN I. 41, 42. 

Ver. 41. . .m . 1 ^^n »(j ioe have found (aff. pleon. and followed by A of 
the object) — evpyjKafxev — Pret. 1. pi. of wkk^L» j (ver. 43, 45) equi- 
valent to -•■'■''>» with ( prosthetic, Found. Pret. 2. sing. Aj.>.0 >|, 
Rev. ii. 2 :— Fern. ujAj.»A*f, S. Luke i. 30.— 1. sing. LLslm^, 
S. Matt. viii. 10.— 3. pi. O-kkL*]^ S. Matt. xvii. 16; xxvi. 60, 
^c. — 2. pi. ^Zu>A*], ch. xxvi. 40 — with afF. eh. ii. 8. — 1. pi. 

,_.kkL»1" ch. xvii. 19 Put. •'■>'^« V S. Matt. viii. 28; S. Mark 

xi. 13:— Fem. (without final ^) o^kL.!, S. Mark iv. 32.-3. pi. 

^j^HaJ, S. Luke ix. 12 Part. .v».'-> » Vi^ ver. 46, below: — 

Fem. ]f!'rn «^ , S. Matt. xii. 43, 44; xix. 26.— PI. masc. 
. . V n > <n S. Matt. ix. 15; xi. 29; S. John viii. 22; 

I 7 7 -n 

coalescing with —I-kj, _3_»_k>j:1a1d, S. John xiv. 5; with 
^AjI, ^A . >.^«^n Eph. iii. 4. — PI. fem. ^-»an« V>, S. 
John iii. 9. 
N.B. These forms are by some regarded as an irregular Aphel 
conjugation. 

The part. Peil is regularly o^^IL*, pi. fem. _k»»Xk1L», are 
found, present, 2 S. Pet. i. 8. wk».1l» ( , in the above tenses, Avith 

7 •n _ _ 

its pai't. .K. n « V)^ also signifies could, was able; and is then 
followed, either 

1. By the Inf. with pref. \ (S. John iii. 2); or 

2. By the Fut. with pref. 5 (S. John iii. 3) ; or 

3. By the Fut. alone (S. John i. 46) ; or 

4. By the Participle (S. John v. 19). 

The first two constructions are by far the most common. 
The part. fem. | >v^ « Vi is sometimes used as an adjective, 
Possift^e, and with |J , impossible, S. Matt. xix. 26; xxiv. 24, &c. 



Chald. Aph. HS^H, found, Dan. ii. 25; vi. 6, 12; Ezr. viL 16. 

42. OIjAjIO, and he brought him — kol r/yayev avTov — Aphel pret. 3. sing, 
(with afllixed pronoun, and pref. O, to which the first vowel is 
remitted) of "jZ], Ca^ne. — Aph. »_»A_»] (ch. xix. 39), Caused to 

come, led, brought. — Pret. 3. fem. 'AjAj], with aff. CJlA-.Aj(, 



S. JOHN I. 42, 43. 43 

Ver. 42. S. Matt. xiv. 11.— 1. sing. A-.A-.1' S. Mark ix. 17.— 3. pi. O^A^f, 

X X 

S, John iL 8.— Fern. J1LJ(, S. Luke xxiv. 1.— 2, pi. ^A^A^]' 
Acts xix. 37; with aff. S. John vii. 45 Fut. iZLiJ, Acts ix. 2, 

ifec- 3. pi. ^LjJ, ch. V. 21, «tc.— 2. pi. ^L^L, ver. 28 — 

V 

Imperat. Xilj(, S. John xx. 27.— PI. oA^f, ch. ii. 8 Inf. 

n . A.v^\ S. John x. 16; S. Mark vi." 55 Part. lA^, 

S. John XV. 5.— Fern. "^A.*^, ch. xii. 24; S. Mark iv. "28.— 
PI. masc. —jA^Id, Acts iii. 2. — 

Chald. Aph. >n\"l, Dan. v. 3, 23 ; vi. 17, 25. 

— \'^Ll ZlJ|, thou shall he called — crv Kk-qOria-ri — Ethpeel fut. 2. sing, of 

1^, Called. 

Ethpe. fcj^-oZ") (ch. ii. 2), Was called, read. Pret. 3. fern. 
•AJ^r)Zf, Acts i. 19; Col. iv. 16.-2. sing. A^^Z]" 1 Cor. vii. 

21.-3. pi. Q-^lnlX, Acts xi. 26.-2. pi. ^A^^Zf, 1 Cor. i. 9 

Fut. I^joAj, S. Matt, il 23, &c.— Fern. ]lnll, Col. iv. 16.— 

1. sing. ]lr^lX, 1 Cor. xv. 9.-3. pi. ^pr-OAj, S. Matt. v. 9.— 

2. pi. vpi-oZZ, S. Matt, xxiii. 8, 10 Part. I^XdALd, S. John xi. 

54, &c. — Fem. "(If_DASD, ch. v, 2, &c. — PI. masc. ^^-OAk?, 
S. Matt, xxiii. 7, &c. 

— [^ p , Ceiihas — a stone — Kr](}id^ — Noun, here used as a proper name. 

X 

See note, ch. ii. 6, below. 
43. M^t > willed, would — rjOiXrja-ev — Yerb Peal pi'et. 3. sing. Willed, de- 
sired, was well pleased. — Pret. 2. sing. Zl»..0» , Hebr. x. 5, 8. — 

I. sing. Aj_0» , S. Matt, xxiii. 37, &c. — 3. pi. QjO» , S. John vi. 

II, 21, &c.— 2. pi. ^Aj^. , ch. V. 35, &c.— 1. pi. ^ i ^x^, Acts 

xvi. 10 ; ^1 > A. 1 Thess. ii. 18 Fut. ]^^, S. Luke x. 22.— 

1. sing. ]^t], Pom. vii. 18. — 3. pi. \Q-^^J. Rev. xi. 6. — 2. pi. 
^Q£i»Z, S. John XV. 7; Acts xxiii. 15, Gr. Siaytvojo-Kctv, such is 
the reading of the Vienna and some other editions ; while otiiers 
read yOfJoL, from 1^^, enquired, investigated. ..^loi. ]^«V)\, 



44 S. JOHN I. 43, 44. 

Ver, 43. 2 Cor. viii. 10, 11; Phil. ii. 13 Part, ]Ll, S. John v. 6, 21, 

&c. — Fern. (.».^» , ch. iii. 8, etc. — Ph masc. . « *^ t , ch. v. 40, &c. — 
Coalescing with i ■■'^ _l_»_d», ch. xii. 21, &c. — with ^Aj|, 
^/Lk-Cil, S. Matt. vii. 12. — PI. fern, ^-liby 1 Cor. xiv. 35. — 

Chald. xinV' ^^"- ^^' ^^' ^^' ^^ ' ^- ^^' ^^• 

— .n g^V>\ to go forth — i^eXOelv — Infin. (with pref. .^) of -c^ ^ ^ (ch. iv. 
43), Went out, proceeded forth. With f>^07, defended himself 
pleaded his cause, Acts xix. 33 ; S. Luke xii. 1 1 (where some 
editions, including the Vienna, read .dO^Z, — others Aph. 
^onaZ.) Pret. 3. fern. "A£12U, S. John xxi. 23, &c. — 2. sing. 

y 

AnSLJ, ch. xvi. 30.— 1. sing. Ao^m ch. viii. 42, &c. — 3. pi. 
onAj, ch. iv. 30, &c.; Fern. Ji_CL£L3, S. Matt. xxv. 1; S. Mark 
xvi. 8. — 2. pi. ^ArL2U, S. Matt. xi. 7, <5ic. — 1. pi. ,_qAj, Acts 

xvi. 13, &c Fut. tQQ_2lJ, S. John x. 9; S. Matt. ii. 6 :— Fern. 

_»_Da^Z, S. Matt. xii. 43. — 2. sing. *Da£)Z, ch, v. 26; S. Luke 

1\ I • K -x «^ 

xii. 59; Fern. —mJD^L, Acts xvi. 18. — 1. sing. »oas|, S. Luke 

xiv. 18. — 3. pi. ^OCiaJ, S. Matt. viii. 12 (Gr. iK^X-riOricrovTai) ; 
xiii. 49; S. John v. 29.-2. pi. ^on^Z, S. Matt. xxiv. 2G.— 

TV 
«v T. »> 

1. pl. *DQ_2U, Heb. xiii. 13 Tmperat. JDOS), S. Mark i. 25, &c. 

Fern. .«»_Da^, ch. ix. 25.— PI. OOO^, S. Matt. xxv. 6, &c — 
Part. »n..2U, S. John xv. 26, &c.— with J>jO), Acts xxiv. 10 
(here "U.©)); xxv. 8; xxvi. 1, 2, 24 :— Fern. ]n^T, S. Matt. iii. 
5, A:c. — PI. masc. _»j2l£L3, S. Matt. viii. 28, kc. — with Uj05, 
2 Cor. xii. 19.— PI. fem. ^Aj, S. Matt. xv. 19, Ac; with ]l.o5, 

7 

Rom. ii. 15 Part. Peil *C1j_£1J, gone out, S. Mark vii, 30. . 

Chald. pSJ, Dan. ii. 14, &c. 

44. OiAjLj^^ r-^' y"'"^"'' {''y) ^^*^ <^'^y — (*^- pleon.) — ck ttj^ Tro'Aeojs — 
\y .,V> (S. Matt. xii. 25), noun fem. A city, state. Def. lAjL*jiD, 

S. John ii. 1.— Constr. AIj^, S, Matt, iv, 5.— PI. ^^, 
S. Luke viii. 4.— Def. li^J_.AD, S. Matt. iv. 25, &c,— 



S. JOHN I. 44—46. 45 

Ver. 44. In phrase, iL.,^ li-iy^nnj, *" every city, Tit, i. 5. — Root 

Heb. n^n/t^j ax>rovince, Estli. i. 1. — Chald. n^HD, the same, 
Dan. ii. 48^ 49J &c. 

45. . .m o\v ^^b^-i 0C7I, lie of iohom...did write — Gr. oV typaxpf. — Yerb 

""7 7 

Peal pret. (the pref. 5 taking ^ before a vowelless consonant), 
Wrote.— ?vet. 1. sing. A^jA^, cli. xix. 22.-3. pi. OTdZo, Acts 
XV. 23.-2. pi. ^b^t^, 1 Cor. vii. 1.— 1. pi. ^^A^, Acts xxi. 
25 Fut. .IlioA^U, 2. sing. *^oLoL, S. John xix. 21. — 1. sing. 

%S0AdV, S. Luke i. 3.-2. pi. ^AdZ, 2 Cor. iii. 1.— 1. pi. 

S. Mark X. 4 Imperat. >^oLd, S. Luke xvi. G, 7 Inf. 

.^An VnV ^ 1 Thess. iv. 9, &c Part. *^L\0, S. John viii. 8. — 

7 •» 

PI. masc. _j.£dAd, coalescing with _JL>j, ^JLjuTDZIo, 2 Cor. i. 13; 

1 S. John i. 4 Part. Peil *OjAd, S. John ii. 17, &c.— Fern. 

]A>An, S. John XV. 25, ike— PI. masc. ^i n .Ap, Phil. iv. 3.— 
PI. fern. ^lEiiiAs, S. John xii. 16; xx. 30; S. Luke xviii. 31. 

Heb. in5, Exod. xxi v. 4.— Chald. ^n5, Dan. v. 5; vi. 26; 
vii. 1. ^ 

Transl. He of whom Moses did write in the Law, and in the Prophets, 

■X 

— we have found Ilim that He is (OUl, used for the Copula) Jesus, 
the son of Joseph, who is from Nazareth. 

46. lOJTJ .... vKKli-«-SD, can t\ere . ... be ? — Gr. Svvarai .... etvai ; See 

note, vei\ 41, above. 
■ — «^-fo?, of good, that (is) good — aya^w — *^^, adj. Good. Used ad- 
verbially, very, exceedingly, often with pref. 5, as S. Matt. ii. 10, 
16, (kc. — As a comparative, with _Ld, — —ks %^^, more than, 

Rom. i. 25 Def. \ciX, S. John ii. 10.— Fem. def. 1^^, S. 

Matt. xiii. 8, 23, ike— PI. masc. '\^'i, Col. i. 10 :— Def. t^i^, 

X ft 

S. Matt. iii. 10, &c.— PI. fem. ^pX, Tit. iii. 8; Philem. ver. 6.— 
Def. I2iii^, S. John v. 29, &c.— R. *OQ-4 »^, was good. 
Heb. ^ij3, Gen. ii. 12, and frequently. 



4G S. JOHN I. 47, 48. 

Ver. 47. A-.|^;-*, truly, indeed — aX-qO^'i — Adverb, Rightlij, steadfastly, 

^ X 7 

S. Matt. xiv. 33; 1 Cor. vii. 37. — Formed from ;-i;-*, true, firm. 

7 

— R. 5;_» ;_• , loasfirm. 

— \1Z12, guile — SoXos — Def. of ^"^J, noun raasc. Deceit, fraud, suhtilty. — 

PI. —1 Am, Acts xiii. 10. — R. \\'^\ loas perfidious. 
Heb, 73^3, only in pi. with aff. Numb. xxv. 18. 

— A.kJ^, there is not — ovk lort — Compounded of Ajj + ]j ; see note, 

'ch. i. 1.— 
48. (nV> >j _Sd, whence? — iroOcv — Adverb, compounded of ._»| and tuLo, 
hence. Interrogative or otherwise, and with or without _Ld. See 
S. Matt. xiii. 54 ; xxi. 25 ; S. Luke xi. 24. 

— (J A, before that — irpo — Conjunction compounded of (J + ^. Tlie words 

p p * 

are sometimes written separately. 

— yt^'rOJ, called thee — Gr. tov (Te...cfiU)vy}(rai — Fut. 3. sing, (with aff. 2. 

sing.) of |f»D, Called, (see note, ver. 23). — The Future used as a 
subjunctive with the preceding conjunction. 

— ZLk..>aZ, under — viro — Preposition — This Avord takes three forms, viz. 

1 1 »>Z., "A^jZ, and ZdooZ, of which the first two only occur in 

theKT.— 
Aj_>jZ is a preposition, followed by nouns, and taking no affixes. 
'AjjZ is used with pref. Ji», and has then the force of an adverb, 

r 

Doivn, S. John viii. 6; S. Matt. iv. 6, Under, Gr. KarcoTcpw, S. Matt. 
ii. 16. — So also when preceded by V>, 'A>jA\ ^; infrd, Exod. 
XX. 4. — *A>jAA5 ^-^, from those who are beneath, ix twv Karo) — 

7 

answering to ^iJlj r-^' f>'0^^ those who are above, Ik rHiv avw, 
S. John viii. 23. — But when followed by V> it becomes a pre- 
position, Under, as p^j] _Ld AjoA2i, under the earth, Phil. ii. 10. 
Ldj^L is a preposition. Under, and takes affixes of the plui'al ; as, 
._»Zq-k>Z, under me. 

7 

Heb. T\T\T\, under, Ps. x. 7, &c.— Chald. T\T\T\, T\T[T\, 
Dan. iv. 9, 11. 



S. JOHN I. 48—51. 47 

Ver. 48. \LL, the Jig-tree — rrjv avKrjf — Noun fern, the fuller form of which 

is XLi\l, A Jig-tree. PI. def. (masc. form) ]j"|Z, S. Mark xi. 13; 
S. Luke vi. 44; or p|Z, S. Matt. vii. 16. Fijs, i.e. the fruit. 
Heb. nJXM , Gen. lii. 7. 

T •■ ; 

49. "T^NV'^ the King (aff. pleon.) — d /JacrtXeus — w»_^SiD (Hebr. vii. 1, 2) 

noun masc. A King. Def. |ll\SiD (S. Johniv. 46). — PI. > nV^^ 
def. J£iXLd, S. Matt. ii. 6, kc. — P. o_^Sd, cozmselled. 
' Heb. 'TO^, Ps. X. 16, — and very frequently. — Chald. def. 
XsSd, Dan. ii. 4, &c. 

T ; — 

50. 5 ^\^, because — ort. 

— Aj I _Lcl»C7t1d, believest thou? — Trto-Teu'ets ; — Pai't, with pronoun, form- 

ing present tense 2. sing. — See note, ver. 7, above. 

— —ilijOJj, greater things — /xet'^w — Adj. pi. fern. (pref. ), introducing an 

assertion). The comparative degree expressed by the following 

^. See Phillips, Gr. § 22; Cowper § 188. 
*O505, Great, def. \^yO), 1 Cor. i. 1. — Chiefly used in the pi. _».^)05, 
2 S. Pet. ii. 11. Def l^j'ol, S. John xxi. 11, &c.— PI. fern", def. 
lA^iJ'OJ, S. Matt. xxiv. 24, &c. 

Hence the adv. A-ijiiJOJ, greatly, Acts viii. 2, &c. The root 
«ilo5 (Heb. '2'y^i became great or many, increased) occui'S only 

-J 7 

in the reduplicated Pael (Palpel) form »o5o5, in which the first 
y^ is changed into O; and its pass. Ethpalpal k05o5Z.j, was mag- 
niJied.—Fut. 3. sing, and 1. pi. ^jOjAj, Phil. i. 20; 2 Cor. x. 15. 

51. , ' Vn(t verily — ajxrjv — A particle of assevei-ation ; properly part. Peil 

7 .-n 

of ^-^1, was co7istant. See note, ver. 7, above. 

— I^GI ^Lo?, from henceforth, hereafter — ai? apri — Pref. 5 introducing 

an assertion. — \jb(JI (ch. xi. 8) adv. of time, JS^oiv. Compounded 
of ^L» + |01 ((01, Chald. Xn is a demonstr. particle, entering 

T 

into the composition of the pronouns 001, w-iOl, <QJ01, —jJOl, 

IIP .tkH »po..p7 

and _jp»01, Z.aO01, <kc. — (.»01--ik (V),S, until now, S. John ii. 
10, ic. 



48 S. JOHN I. 51. 

Ver. 51. __».>.kjAsj, opened, sc. ( « ^ * — Gr. (tov ovpaviv) avcwyora — 
Pref. J (which takes ^ before a vowelless consonant) marking a 
participle used as such. 

Part. Peil pi. masc. of K>Jt^ (S. Matt. v. 2), Opened.— Vvet. 
3. fern. -ALA^), Acts xii. U.— 3. pi. CLkj2vS, S. Matt. ii. 11.— 

1. pi. ^-j^A^, Actsv. 23 Fut. ov»^.2U, Actsxviii. 14. — 1. sing. 

oo'A^f, S. Matt. xiii. 35.-3. pi. ^O.s^L^, S. Luke xii. 36 

Imperat. o^A^, S. Matt. xvii. 27, &c Inf. ojAsiLdIi, Rev. v. 

2, &c Part. wK»^, S. John x. 3; S. Luke ii. 23 Part. Peil 

oo^A^, 2 Cor. vi. 11. Def. ]>.kjA^, Ptev. iii. 8. — PI. masc. def. 

Vk>^A^, Rom. iii. 13. — PI. fern. ^_LjA£), Acts ix. 8. 

Heb. nnS, Rs. xxxix. 10.— Chakl nHfi, part. Peil n^Hfi, 
Dan. vi. 11; vii. 10. 

— wjCnaDJlSjCO, and the angels (affix pleon.) — koX tovs ayye'Aovs — j^Uio, 

def. pjlib (ch. V. 4) noun masc. An Anyel.- — PI. def. pjlV), ch. 
XX. 12, &c. — The root (mU) exists only in Ethiopic. 

Heb. Tjx'pJ!:, Rs. xxxiv. 8, &c.— Chald. "nxS-tD, with aff. 
Dan. iii. 28 ; vi. 23. 

— ■ .^..Q-^gP yD, ascending — avu/3atVovras — Part, (marked as such by yI2) 

pi. masc. of .r> \m (ch. ii. 13), Went up. This verb in all its forms, 
except Peal pret. and part, active, and Ethpaal, drops v>, as fut. 

7 K 7 

»n-CDJ, as if from the verb «£1CDJ. Or, as some Gi-ammarians 
regard it, a verb defective of all forms but the above mentioned, 

7 

and borrowing the rest (including Aph. conj.) from »QXDJ. 

Pret. 3. fern. -AnVn^ Acts i. 26. — 1. sing. AoVm S. John 
XX. 17.— 3. pi. cloStd, ch. vi. 22, kc. Fem. JLoXcD, S. Mark 

XV. 41.— 1. pi. ,_qSid, Acts xxi. 2,6,15 Part. »n.£i, S. John 

vi. 62, A'c— Fem. lAXxc, S. Mark iv. 32.— PI. fem. ,_CLSrD, 
S. Luke xxiv. 38 Ethpaal .n \Arr>] He loas raised, taken vp, 

7 T 

Acts i. 2, &c. 

Chald. pSp, Dan. ii. 29; vii. 3, 8, £0; Ezr. iv. 12. 



S. JOHN II. 1—3. 49 



CHAPTER II. 



Ver. 1. (A^Zj, the third, — lit. tvhich {is) three — Trj rpiTj; — Cardinal number 

masc. (see ver. G, below) used for the ordinal. — Fern. ASZ, eh. 
xiii. 38, &c. 

Heb. :^^S^, fern. t^iSsJ^', D^^SJ'.— Chald. ^thp^, masc. 
Ezr. vi. \5.^ ' 

— \LqL • V), a banquet— \\i. a drinking ; specially, A wedding-feast — 

yd/xo^ — Noun fern. def. R. |A-», drank. 
Compare J^p\l^J2, Estli. i. 3, &c. 

— CJi1d]o, and the mother (affix pleon.) — koI -q jx-qr-qp — ISo] (S. Matt. x. 

37) noun fem. def. A mother. PI. (irreg.) "jZoTlb"j, S. Mark 
X. 30. 

Heb. Q{^, Ps. xxvii. 10. 

— r^Z, there — e/cet — Adverb. — In composition, VnA\^ thither, ch. xi. 

15; S. Matt. ii. 22.—^ll^,from thence, ch. iv. 21; v. 2G.— 
^Lh<J\, lo, there! S. Mark xiii. 21; S. Luke xvii. 21, 23. 
Heb. Dt*^.— Chald. n^H, Ezr. v. 17; vi. 1, G, 12. 

T T — 

2. fcSJO, and also— hi Kai — k£^, conj. Also — The vowel remitted to the 
prefixed O. — It forms compounds; as ^"j kS") (or — ^]), although, 
ch. viii. 14, &c. hut, even, at least, ch. xiv. 11; S. Mark vi. 56; 
S. Luke xix. 42. At least, yet, 2 Cor. xi. IG. — jlsj, not even, ch. 
i. 3, above. — _Lja^( , ice also, 2 S. Pet. i. 18. — —Xs], to 9(s also; 
res also, Rom. iv. 24; 2 Cor. iv. 14. 

•X 

N.B. The next word, 001, may be regarded either as pleonastic, or 
reciprocal ( = ipse), or as representing the Gr. art. o. 

— CTl^, to it, so. the feast. _:^ with aff. 3. f -ng. fem. and here pleonastic, 

referring to the following noun. 
001 'fS^-yjO , and t]i£re was wanting — Gr. koX vartpyjaavTo^ (otVon) — O 

with '' before a vowellcss consonant. — Yerb Peal pret. 3. sing. 
vv. c. 7 



50 S. JOHN II. 3—5. 

Ver. 3. (with JOOI forming the imperf. or plnperf. tense), Was deficient, 

lost, suffered loss. — Pret. 1. sing. Z.^£Q_>j, Phil. iii. 8 Put. ;XQ-»,>J, 

S. Matt. xvi. 26, &c. Pem. (without final ^) ^HLkjZ, S. Luke 

xxii. 32. — 2. pi. ^;.£CLk»Z, 2 Cor, vii. 9 Part. :^-\ S. Luke 

XV. 14. 

7 7 

Pael ^IO-K», ivronged, occasioned loss, with afF. Philem. ver. 18. 
Heb. ^IDH) ^«s lacking, suffered want, Ps, xxiiL 1; xxxiv. 11. 
—Pi. "IDH, Ps. viii. 6.— 

- — |;1£Lk», loine — Gr. olvov — Noun masc. def. 

Heb. ^^H) Deut. xxxii. 14; Isa. xxvii. 2. — R. ^l/^H. ^er- 
mewiec?.— Clialcl. ^j^^H, c^ef. J^lpH, Ezr. vi. 9; vii. 22; Dan. v. 
1,2,4,23. 

— .... 1;iiD(o, Transl. and His mother saith to Jesus, lit. to Him, to Jestis. 

\^iD\, part. fern, for present tense; see note, ch. i. 38. — CTLA, 
pleonastic. 

4. ■ « '~)\ n . . \ |Sd, ivhat have I to do toith thee? — lit. ivhat to Me and to 

thee1—Ti i/JLol Kol o-ot; — pi?, interrog. pronoun, used of the thing. 

— jZ^Jf, woman — ywat — Noun fem. def. A icoman, xoife. — Constr. 

lbS{, S. Matt. xiv. 3; S. Mark vi. 17, 18. PL (anomalous) "UJ, 
S.'Matt. xi. 11, &c. 

Heb. n£5^'X for n^*K, Gen. ii. 22, 23.— (N.B. In Syr. Z takes 

the place of ^; and Nun, which in Heb. is compensated for by 
Dagesh, is retained with the linea occidtans.) — PI. D^t^J. — Chald. 
(not occurring in the Bible) {^^i^, def. XfinX or XnDJJ^. PI- 

T • T ; • T : ; • 

— v\ » ^, V |J, not yet — outtw — ^\j^,.L, yet, en. Acts ix. 1. — Compound 

of ,!», until, and V^ » '^^ inseparable particle. 

— *.^tl^j», my hour — -q wpa /aou — (^ «, see note, ch. i. 39: — with aff. 

1. sing. 

T). (1 «^r) « Vn\ to the servants — rots SiaKovoi<; — PI. def. (with pref. 

7 ^0 r T 

prepos.) of p m^n m^^n (S. Matt. xx. 26), noun masc. def. ^4 

.c r 7 

servant, minister; Beacon. Fem. def. form jA .. i » Vn « V) a 



S. JOHN II. 5, 6. 51 

Ver. 5. deaconess, Rom. xvi. I. — Root Pa. - «V>^ ministered, from the 
part, of which (■ » Vi « Vi) it is formed. 

— OjTlL, c/o — Troiiyo-are — Imj^erat. pi. masc. of ,J:il (ver. 11, 15), Z)i(/, 
performed, worked, committed, made war, brought forth fruit, ce?e- 
hrated a feast : — a word of very frequent occurrence in these and 
kindred meanings. Pret. 3. fem. Z,nL, S. Matt. xxvi. 10, &c. — 
2. sing. Ij:^, S. Luke ii. 48; iv. 23.— 1. sing. Z^Til, S. John 
iv. 29, 39, cfec — 3. pi. OjiLl, ch. v. 29, &c.— 2. pi. ^2,Av_ 

S. Matt. XXV. 40, 45, &c.— 1. pi. ^^r^, S. Matt. vii. 22, &c 

Put. r^i:^, S. John vii. 17, &c. Pern. ^,£liZ, S. James iii. 12. 

—2. sing, r^l, S. Mark x. 35, &c.— 1. sing, ^riiiuf, S. John iv. 
34, (kc— 3. pi. ^yCilJ, ch. XV. 21, &c.; with aff. ch. vi. 15.— 
2. pi. ^j.Cii»Z, ch. xiii. 15, etc.; with aff. pleon. ver. 16, below. — 

1. pi. t^^, ch. vi. 28, &c — Imperat. .n^, ch. xiii. 27, tkc. :— 

with aff.'vS. Luke xv. 19 Infin. ,A\V^\, S. John iii. 2, (fee 

Part. y£iL, ver. 18, below. Fem. ],nS, S. Matt. vi. 3, Ac— Pi. 
masc. ^j.i::LL, S. John viii. 38, 39, 41, &c. Coalescing with 
,Jl>j, ,_Ly^lL, ch. xiv. 23;— with ^tS\, ^A-.,'nS, 1 Thess. 
V. 11. — Constr. wj^nl, S. Matt. v. 9, &c.— PI. fem. .^iil, 

1 Cor. xiv. 7 Part. Peil ,.» ni>, made, S. Mark xiv. 58; 

Afflicted with disease, S. Matt. xvii. 15. Fem. X , . '"^v ^ S. Mark 
v. 23.— PI. masc. ^^£^, S. John iii. 21; afflicted^ S. Matt. iv. 
24, &c. — Used actively. Acts xv. 3G. 
N.B. This verb, with a few others, follows the rule of intransitives, 
which take ■" or " in the fut. and imperat. instead of the regular 
vowel *. 

Heb. ^^T^, laboured, served, Geu. xiv. 4; tilled the ground, 

— T 

Gen. ii. 5.— Chald. ^^j;, made, Dan. iii. 1, 15:— did, ch. iv. 32; 
Ezr. vi. 8: — loaged wai-, Dan. vii. 21. 
6. w_iOC71 Aj], there were — riaav — Impcrf. 3. pi. fem. of ]o(Jl. See uole, 
ch. i'l 



52 S. JOHN II. 6. 

Ver. G. H-ii|j loaterpots — vhpiai — PI. def. (of masc. form) of PUil, noun 
fern. A hoivl, basin, i^ot. Occurs in the N. T. here and in the 
next verse, only. 

Heb. ]|X, pi. rm^, Isa. xxii. 2 1. 

— IsjI;^?, of stone — Gr. XiOivai — Def. of ^^jo (S. Matt. xxiv. 2), noun 

fern. A stone, rock. — ^Pl. (of masc. form) —L^p, def |^p, 
S. John viii. 59, tfec. 

Heb. &2l, used only in pi. Jer. iv. 29; Job xxx. 6. 

— Aji, six — e^ — Card. numb. fem. — Masc. |Aji, S. Matt. xvii. 1. 

— ■ V) I fO?, which (were) set, jilciced — Gr. Kei/xevai — Part. Peil pi. fem. of 

iOdOD iOXD (ch. xix. 19), Fut, 2^l(i'Ced, imposed; ordained, con- 
stituted; destined; gave a name; laid a foundation. — Pret. 2. sing. 
AklflS, S. Luke xix. 21 ; with aff. S. John xx. 15.— 1. sing. A Vim, 
S. Luke xix. 22; with aff. S. John xv. 16. — 3. pi. q1q£D, S. John 

xix. 2, 29, (tc Fut. V> ' ffM (as from a verb .-»-l), S. John xv. 

13, iL'c. — 2. sing. Ul-^JuL, Eom. xiv. 13. — 1. sing, ^j-ro], 
S. Matt. xii. 18, &c.— s! pi. .A^.mi S. Mark xvi. 18, &c!— 

2. pi. ^Vi£oZ, S. Matt. vi. 19 Imperat. ^n > m S. John 

xviii. 11, &c.— PI. Ql£L».rD, S. Matt. vi. 20, &c Inf. y>mV)\, 

1 Cor. iii. 11 ; 2 Cor. xii. 14 Part. ^loD, S. Luke iv. 40, «tc.— 

PI. ,^ I Vli m, S. John xviii. 18, etc Part. Peil i>Qj.rD, S. John 

xix. 29, &c. Fern. ]^ . m S. Luke vi. 48; xvi. 26.— PI. masc. 
> V) . m S. John xx. 5; S. Luke xxiv. 12: — Coalescing with 

^J-j>j, ,^1 1 V>n m, 1 Thess. iii. 3. 

Heb. tliy Hud D^b^, Gen. ii. 8.— Chald. Ut^, D^^n. iii. 10, 29; 
vi. 15, &c. 

— ]AjJD5A_:i>, for (according to, after the manner of) the jntri/ication — 

Kara tov KaOapio-fj-ov — Noun fem. def. (with pref prepos ) A cleans- 
ing, 2^^<''>'iJi<^<^iion. — P. pj or »-l^>, was 2^ure. Whence also 
|Z.Q_».c:>, noun fem. def Furitg, sincerity, 1 Cor. v. 8; vii. 7, «kc. 
|iiQ_».^j P, filthiness, Rev. xvii. 4. — (u.20), noun masc. def 



S. JOHN II. 6. 53 

Ver. 6. Purgation, picriJicatio7i, Hebr. i. 3, ifec. — AjJj_25, adv. Purely, 
sincerely, Phil. i. 17; 2 Thess. ii. 10. 

— ^,-K»|5, containing — x^po^o""'' — Part. pi. fern. (pref. j, wliich marks 

the participle as such, and takes the first vowel) of ,_»o | (S. Matt, 
xiv. 3), Laid liold of, seized, caught, possessed, held, comprehended; 
shut, S. Matt. vi. 6; — with aff. S. John viii. 20. — Pret. 3. fern. 
Z.,_»o(, eh. xxi. 6; S. Luke vii. 16; viii. 37. — 1. sing. Lr^\, Hebr. 
viii, 9. — 3. pi. Or>j|, S. Matt. xxi. 35, 39, &c.; with afF. pleon. 
S. Johaxviii. 12: Fern. Jl^\, S. Matt, xxviii. 9. — 2. pi. ^Zyj^]" 

with afF. S. Matt. xxvi. 55.— 1. pi. . yLf, S. Luke v. 5 Put. 

5Q.>j]j, S. Luke xiii. 25: Fern. uj5Q_k."JZ, 1 Cor. vii. 2; 2 Tim. 
ii. 17. — 1. sing. 5Q»K»|, with afF, Philem. ver. 13. — 3. pi. ^,.>jP, 
1 Tim. iii. 9; with aff. S. John vii. 32, &c.— 2, pi. vOj-^U. 
S. John XX. 23; with aff. *_i_J_30r-»^Z., dropping the first rad. j, 

S. Luke xxii. 52 Imperat. jaj-jj, S. Matt. vi. 6. — PI. Oja^^j, 

eh. xxvi. 48 Inf. f^^j'-nN, Gr. /Jaora^etv, S. Jolin xvi. 12; with 

aff. ch. vii. 30 Part, ^kj]", S. Matt. xii. 11, &c Part. PeU 

r.»-K>(, S. Luke xi, 7; often used actively, S. Mark xvi. 8, &c. 
\iD r->~»^L Gr^- 4'^pf^v iravTa, Hebr. i. 3; f.j->^( ^2, Almighty, 
TravTOKparoip, 2 Cor. vi. 18: — Fern. j,_k.joj, (act.) S. Matt. viii. 14. 
— PI. masc. ^j,.-»-*-»!, S. John xx. 19, 23, 26: — actively, S. Matt, 
xiv. 5, &c. : coalescing with ^-J-k», _l_ir-i_K»(, Rom. iiL 9, &c. — 
PI. fern. . ,_».j^|, S. Luke xxi v. 16. 
Heb. TMX, Ps. xlviii. 7. 

— ^■''^ r~* ' ^^^ apiece — Gi\ dva 8uo — Distributive, expressed by re- 

petition of the numeral. 

— of, or — ^ — Conjunction, distinguished from the interjection o], Oh! 

by the point above it. 
N.B. When 0( follows an adjective, it marks the comparative 

7 

degree; as S. Matt. x. 15; xix. 24; S. Mark vi. 11; x. 25; 
S. Luke X. 12, 14; xv. 7; 2 S. Pet. ii. 21.— As the Gr. y, it is 



54 S. JOHN II. 6—8. 

Ver. G. used also as an advei-b of interrogation, Nam? ; see S. Matt. vii. 9; 
xii. 29; xx. 15. 

Heb. iX, 2 Kings ii. IG. 

■ — _j_Lr:i5, firJcins — ixerprjTds — PI. of p^o5, noun masc. def. A liquid 
measure probably tlie same as the Jewish n3> which is usually 
reckoned »= about 7| gallons. See 2 Chron. iv. 5 and LXX. there. 

7. O^LO, fill — ye/xto-aTC— Imperat. pi. of U^D (S. Mark xv. 3G), Filled, 

was ftdl; was completed, of time, S. Luke ii. 21. — Pret. 3. fern. 
' A\<vn S. Matt. xiii. 48. — 3. pi. a\iD, in this verse, next clause: 

—Fern. ■ V\V> ^ Acts vii. 30 Put. U^ , S. Luke xvi. 21:— 

Fem. (without final w.) JILdZ (to) draio i.e. to^^^ her vessel with, 
water, S. John iv. 7.— 2."sing. jJioZ., with atf. Acts ii. 28.-3. pi. 
^V^i ^ S. John xi. 19 (where see note) lufin. ]1SdV)\, 

S. Luke XV. 16 Part, jl^, Acts xiv. IG.— Pi. masc. ^^ i \V>, 

1 Thess. ii. 11 (but probably to be referred to \LSD, or the 

reading is faulty Part. Peil (JlD, see note, ch. i. 14, above. 

Heb. nSjD or ^12, Gen. i.'"22.— Chald. ^^, Dan. ii. 35. 

— ^-i-j"!, accusat. pleonastic. Transl. lit. Fill them, the waterpots {with) 

water. 

— ^ ]^A, '^^P io — €0)5 — ]i^A compounded of ]s!d + A ', — followed by j, 

until, S. Matt. i. 25. 

— v^^^^ to the top, to the brim — Icos ai/w — ^i^, prop, a noun masc. 

Only thus used as an adverb with pref. _\. 

8. 01.0^1, draw out — avrkyjaraTe — Imperat. pi. of Mli>l, Brew water. 

Occurs here only in the N. T. — Cogn. |j5, ch. iv. 15. 

— \\ . nVn now — vvv — Adverb, compounded of ^j^ + ^~>0- See note, 

ver. 4, above, 
•^^ty* - « ': \^ to the head, — governor, — of the feast — tuJ apyirptK\iv(a — 
_«_i5 (pref. prepos.) noun masc. Head, beginning, chief; highest 
point, extremity (S. Matt, xxiv. 31). — _«_t5) -iD, From the he- 
ginning, first, again, or newly, S. John iii. 3, 7. — Def (-a-->5, 
S. Matt. ix. 34, <tc. — Constr. -,m >\ as here, used in a vai'iety of 
exj)ressions : — as, 



S. JOHN II. 8. 55 

Ver. 8, IZcT^l - • >v head of the fathers, Patriarch, Acts ii. 29; Hebr. 
vii. 4. 
IAj^^ • * 'V the beginning of the creation, S. Mark xiii. 19. 

X 

IAjOI ■ » 'V i/ie /teac? of tJie corner, 1 S. Pet. ii. 6. 
j;_^a>j - « >\ i/ie to/? o/*</ie staff, Hebr. xi. 21. 

X 

jA «n m . m .^^ rii^e?* o/^/ie synagogue, S. Luke viii. 41. 

I^ZdlD - » 'V i/ie chief seats, S. Matt, xxiii. 6; S. Mark xii. 39; 

S. Liike xi. 43; xx. 46. 
('^ |IVr> . » .^ i/te Archangel, 1 Thess. iv. 6; S. Jude ver. 9. 

"JCTL-^J . .mnVVn . » .>^ i/te beginning — -^?'s«! princi2)les — of the ivords 

(oracles) of God, Hebr. v. 12. 
p,^. - » >\ ^Ae ii/j of the finger, S. Luke xvi. 24. 
P;_D - » -\ <Ae Aeac^ o/f/^e corner, Acts iv. 11 ; Epb. ii. 20. 

X 

jAjOlJ Hr^ «-*-»', (tbe same), S. Luke xx. 17. 

P..^>\q_» • « -\ ^Ae Prince of the power of the aii', Eph. ii. 2. 

PI. ' « -> Def. ]ji-*9, S. Jolin vii. 48, «tc. — Constr. 

^ X I I 

\»S'f^ - ' » '^, <Ae beginnings of the months, i.e. ^Ae ?zei/; 7noons, 
Col. ii. 16. 

Heb. ^X'n, Gen. iii. 15, and very frequently. Cbald. ^Xl, 
the head, Dan. iL 38. The sum, amount, ch. vii. 1. — PI. p^J^*!, 
ver. 6; Ezr. v. 10. 

— pilOCD, the feast. Noun raasc. def. A reclining ; compani/ of recliners, 
Gr. KXicrta, S. Luke ix. 14: — Room or place for reclining, ch. 
xiv. 8. — Stability, stedfastness, Gr. o-rr^/jty/ios, 2 S. Pet. iii. 17. — 
PI. . '^Vim repeated with a distributive force, by companies, 
in ranks, S. Mark vi. 39, 40.— Def. ]^iklCD, S. Matt, xxiii. 6; 

7 

S. Luke Ix. 14; xiv. 7; xx. 46. — R. j^lOCD, reclined, 2>ropped 
up. 



5G S. JOHN II. 9, 10. 

Ver. 9. I>ClL^, he tasted — Gr. cycuoraTo — Verb Peal pret. 3. slug. Tasted. — 
Pret. 3. pi. nVnv/ Hebr. vi. 4, 5.-2. pi. ^Akll^, 1 S. Pet. 
ii. 3 Put. :>q14j, S. Joliu viii. 52.-2. sing. )>C^L, Col. ii. 21. 

—3. pi. ^^v^ V S. Matt. xvi. 28, &c. — 1. pi. IxiL^, Acts 
xxiii. 14 Part. Peil i>Q.»JL-^, Acts xxvii. 33, 

Ethpeel i<l.L^Z] , was grafted q. d. was made to taste the sap 
of the stock.— Pret. 2. sing. ALOL^Zf, Rom. xi. 17, 24 — Put. 
i<lL^Aj, 1. sing. :>aL4ZT, ver. 19.-3. pi. ^Olni^Aj, ver. 23, 
24.I_Aphel IxiL^f, grafted.— F\x.t. ))<ll^, ver. 23.— 

Heb. Dj^toTPs. xxxiv. 9.— ChakL D^D, Pa- Dan. iv. 22; 
V. 21.— 

— OCn, Demonstrative — here representing the Gr. article. 

— .QJOIJ, who themselves — PI. (pref. relat. j) of OCn, he, himself. 

— .Qj] , Pronoun accus. pi. masc. — Pleonastic, referring to the following 

— |jAj1k\, to the bridegroom — Gr. rov wixcfiLov — pAjo, noun masc. def. 

(pref. prepos.) A bridegroom. 

Heb. IflHj one who takes any one's daughter in marriage, 

Ps. xix. 6. — R. \T\T\, 5'«ve a daughter in marriage — Part. |n'n> 

father-in-law, Exod. xviii. 1. 
10. 5 ]1d, lohcn, after that — orav — 5 taking the vowel of the following 

word, to which it is prefixed. 
Q_i05]j, they have well, sufficiently, drunk — jxiOvaOwcn — Aphel pret. 3. 

pi. of ]05, Drank his fill, was intoxicated — Aph. wj05J, with the 

same signification. A MS. reads Q_.o55, Peal pret. 3. pi. 
Heb. Hiph. ni'^n> watered copiously, Isa. iv. 10. 
— —jrjOl, then — TOT€ — Adverb of time. See note, ch. i. .51. 

x 7 ^ ' . 

;_i^5, which is worse — rov IXdxrcriii — -f*^ (pref. j) adj. Small; less 

in size or value. — \V « Vf^ r-*^^> Ctr. oiTro fxipovi, (he hath grieved) 
in part (all of you), 2 Cor. ii. 5. — Def. |^j^^, the least, S. Matt. 
V. 19; Fern. |r-»^^, ch. ii. 6. Form of part. Peil from 5^, 



S. JOHN II. 10, 11. 57 

Ver. 10. Decreased. Whence also |Z.O^j^iD, noun fem, def. A small thing, 
1 Cor. iv. 3; xi. 17. 

— vjOTjZ;-^, thou hast kept (pron. pleon.)— reTT/prj/cas — Pret. 2. sing, of 

\J^ (2 S. Pet. ii. 5), Kept^ guarded, watched, reserved. — Pret. 3. 

sing. fem. Z;-^, with aff. S. John xii. 7. — 2. sing, h-^^, Pvev. iii. 

^ 8, 10.— 1. sing. II'J^, S. John xv. 10; xvii. 12, &c.— 3. pi. O^^J, 

ch. XV. 20; xvii. 6.-2. pi. ^Z^^J, with aff. Acts vii. 53 Fut. 

•J^, S. Luke xi. 21: with aff. S. John xii. 25: — Fem. (without 

final ^) 4Z, Rom. ii. 26.-2. sing. CiU 1 Tim. v. 21.— 3. pi. 

^^^, S. John XV. 20, &c.— 2. pi. ^^^Z, ver. 10; S. Matt, xxiii. 

3. — 1. pi. ;_yJ, 1 S. John v, 3; S. Jude ver. 21 Imperat. \^, 

S. John xvii. 11, &c. — PI. O^^, ch. xiv. 15; S. Matt, xxiii. 3 

Inf ^^kl2l, Eph. iv. 3 Part. '^, S. John vii. 19, <fec.— Fem. 

\J^^, S. Luke ii. 19, 51: — Constr. p^jZ Z;_^, the keeper of the 

door, S. John xviii. 16, 17. — PL masc. »; ^ <^ S. Matt, xxvii. 36, 

54, &c. — Coalescing with ^J1~k», _JL_»^.^, 1 S. John ii. 3; iii. 22; 

— with ^Aj], ^Aj^^J, Gal. iv. 10 Part. Peil -r-^J^, Rom. iii. 

8. — PI. masc. ^ >; - ^) y 1 S. Pet. i. 5; S. Jude ver, 1. 

Heb, *1t3Jj Ps. ciii, 9. — Chald. "^tSJ ^^V^ in the heart, Dan. 
— -J. — . 

vii. 28. Compare S. Luke ii. 19. 

— j^OrX piD,-L, xhntil now — ecos a'prt — Compound adverb. See notes, 

ch. i. 51; ii. 7. 
11. (Z|, sign, miracle — Gr. tcUj/ (n^jactW — Noun fem, def. A sign, portent. 
' —PI. def. iZoZT, ver. 23, below. 

Heb. nix, Gen. i. U.— Chald. Jl^, ph [TO, t^ef. ^^»m, 
Dan. iii. 32, 33 ; vi. 28. 

— lAjJiD,^, the first — Gr, Trjv ap;(7)i/— Ordinal fem. def — See note, ch. 

i.'l5. 
Trans, This is (wiOl IjCJl) the first miracle that Jesus did in Cana 
of Galilee. 

— ^>o|o, and made known, manifested forth — koX icftavepwa-e — Aphel pret, 

7 I 

3. sing, (pref O, which takes the vowel) of VJ^, Knew. — Aph. 
W, ('. 8 



oS S. JOHN II. 11—14. 

Ver. 11. Indicated, declartd, signified. Pret. 1. sing. Ai.jOI, ch, xvii. 6, 
26; with aff. ch. xv. 15. — 3. pi. Q-L?©!", S.^Matt. xviii. 31; 

7 7 

S. Luke ii. 17 Fut. VijQJ, Eom. ix. 22; with aff. S. John xvi. 

13. — 1. sing. ^50 1, with aff. Acts xx. 27. — 3. pi. ,QA5QJ, with 

aff. Col. iv. 9 Part, vxjok), S. John xvii. 26; xviii. 32, Ac. 

Heb. Hiph. yniH, Ps- cxlv. 12.— Chald. Aph. yTH, Dan. 
ii. 15, &c. 

12. (jcn, this — TovTo — Demonstr. pron. fern. sing. — Followed by «_iCTl it 

assumes the foi'm ^jOI IjOl, as in the preceding vei^se, and 
ch. i. 19. 
— v^ ' N^; a few, not 'many — Gr. ov ttoXXcis — Adj. used adverbially, as 
Lat. paulum. Lit. light, little. See note, ch. vii. 33, below. 

13. JOOI fc^lj^O, and...ioas at hand — koL iyyv<; ^v — kHj^-O, adj. Near, 

nigh at hand, nearest. Of foi-ni part. Peil of •^^-O, vms near. — 

• ("17 

Def. t^lj^, used as a substantive, One who is near, a neighbour, 
S. Luke X. 36; and with affixes, as ver. 27, 29, &c. — Fern. 

» I 7 _ I 7 __ 

(•^ »; (^ ^ S. John xix. 20, «fec. — PI, masc. __i_Cl»;_D, Acts ii. 

7 7 17 ^ 

10, &c. : coalescing with ^JLki, _l.j.£i-.^, Gr. TrapoVrcs, 2 Cor. 
X. 11.— Def. ]iL.^, Eph. ii. 13, 17.— PI. fern. ^A .•;A^ g. Mark 
i. 38, &c. 

Heb. lilp, Ps. xxxiv. 19; xxxviii. 12. 






— ^K»^, the Passover — to Tracrp^a — -Noun masc. def 

Heb. riD3> Exod. xii. 11. — R. nD3> passed over, ver. 13, &c. 
14. ' ^ *^1?; ihose that bought— Gr. tovs TrwXoviTaq — Part. p\. masc. (pref. 

^ * 7 7 

rel. j) of ^1 (S. Mark xv. 46), Bought. — Pret. 2. sing. LlS^}, 
Rev. V, 9. — 1. sing. Axoi, S. Liike xiv. 18, 19. — 3. pi. Q_L£2l, 
S. Matt, xxvii. 7: — Fem. JL±^\, S. Mai'k xvi. 1.— 1. pi. ^-lOl, 

S. Luke ix. 13 Fut. ^U, S. John xiii. 29; S. Luke xxii. 36. 

— 3. pi. ^Q-LOp, S. John iv. 8, &c. — 1. pi. _£:)p, ch. vi. 5 

^ ..1. 7 ■^ . 

Imperat. pi. fem. . i T *^1 , S. Matt. xxv. 9 — Inf. —r^llQJi, ver. 

* p •» 7 .. 

10 Part. ^^1, Rev. xviii. 11 Part. Peil pi. con.str. kj.J.ju£Dl , 

redeemed from the earth. Rev. xiv. 3. 



S. JOHN II. 14. 59 

Ver. 14. Chald. pT, bought, yahved for oneself . Part. pi. masc. jO^T, 

Dan. ii. 8. '• 
N.B. The Editions vary in their reading of this passage; thus, 

1. _.jj>dl> ^QJOlli wkkD^Io, and found those that bought, is the 
reading of the Vienna Edition, Tremellius, and Hutter: — 

2. _»uJ_Ol5 ^3li^ j]*-) ,fn«-^ ^>a.IL»]o, and found in the temple 
those that bought, — De la Boderie, Paris 4to: — - 

3. _jJLCi]lD5 . \m\ jln . mo .^...n «|n^ and found in the 

temjyle those that sold, — Ed. Regia, Plantin, Trostius, and Guthir. 
This latter reading is adopted by Schaaf and Leusden. 

— \ioL, oxen — ^o'as — PI. def. of poZ. (S. Luke xv. 23. — Gr. toi' fxoa-)(ov), 

noun masc. def A bull, ox. 

Heb. lity, Exod. xxi. 28; collectively, Gen. xxxii. 6. — Chald. 
^in, pi- rni^, D^m. Iv. 22, 29, 3O; v. 21 ; Ezr. vi. 9, 17; 
vii. 17. — -So in other languages, as Gr. ravpos: Lat. taurus: 
Gei-m. Z^m: — -Welsh tarw. 

— ]£)p»0, and sheep —Kdl Trpofiara — ^Pl. def. of |0;^ (S. Matt. xii. 11, 12), 

noun masc. def. A sheep. PI. —.i.^'^JL, S. Matt, xviii. 12; S. Luke 
XV, 4. 

— p_2'^2:»!iCL_i.O , a7id the changers of m07ieg — koL toi)s KepfxaTiards — PI. 

def. of ^l£);.JLLd, noun masc. def, A money-changer. With pref. O, 
and A of the accusative, which takes '' before the vowelless con- 

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sonant. — R. »^j-i», in Arab, turned, changed moneg. 

— _jl-OAj5, sitting — (Part, as such, marked by pref. j) — KaOrjiiivovi — 

Part. pi. masc, of »:dA_» (ch. iv. 6), Sat, inhabited, dwelt. — ^Pret. 
3. sing. fern. ArbAj, S. Luke x. 39.— 1. sing. AriiAj, Acts xxv. 
17.— 3. pi. O^Aj, S. John vi. 17, &c.— 2. pi. ^L^L,, Satin 
mourning — Gr. iirevOijcraTe, 1 Cor, v. 2. — 1. pi. _oZl», Acts xvi. 

13 Put. ^Aj, S. Matt, xiii, 2, &c.— 3. pi. ^OoAj, S. Matt. 

XX. 21,-2. pi." ^OTdZI", ch. xix. 28, &c Imperat. *l^l, S, Matt, 

xxii. 44, &c.— PI. a^L] ch. xxvi. 36; S. Mark xiv." 32 Inf. 

■ ^/Vn\ Rev. iii. 21 Part. ^AJ, S. John vi. 3, .tc.:— Fem. 

7 -^ 

IoAJ, ch. xi. 20. — PI. fem. ^Ai, S. Matt, xxvii. 61. 



(iO S. JOHN II. 14, If). 

Ver. 1-1. Aphel *£dZo|, caused to sit, placed; with afF. Eph. i. 20; ii. 6; 

Acts xxvii. 6 Fut. .^ZoJ, 1. sing. »r::iZol, Acts ii. 30 

Imperat. pi. Q^Zo|, 1 Cor. vi. 4. 

Heb. '2^\ Ps. i. 1.— Chald. ^HV Dan. vii. 9, 10, 26. 
15. |Li;.S, a scourge — <^payeXXtov — Some editions read jL..;.2). Noun 

masc. def.— PI. def. U-Ti'^, S. Matt, xxvii. 26. 

— U£l>^ r-^' ^f ^^'""^^j '?/' small cords — Gr. Ik o-^oivkdv — Noun masc. def, 

A rope, cord. The singidar iised collectively. — PI. _.»_\Cl>j, 
with aff. pleon. Acts xxvii. 32. 

Heb. 7^11) Ps. xvi. 6; xviii. 5. — R. 7]3n> hound, twisted. 

— «^^|, i^e drove out — i^e/SaXev — Aphel pret. 3. sing, of *Q.£U, went 

out. — Aph. Caused to go out, led out, drove forth : spent. — Pret. 
3. sing. fern. AA^jf, S. Mark v. 26; S. Luke viii. 43: with aff. 
S. Mark i. 12.— 2. sing. Lo^], Acts xxi. 38.— 1. sing. Aosj], 

•7.-7 TV 

Hebr. viii. 9. — 3. pi. Q.£i£i\, Acts xiii. 50: with aff. S. John ix. 

34, 35, &c.— 1. pi. ^r,^f S. Matt. vii. 22 ^Fut. ^oAl, S. Matt. 

ix. 38, &c. : — Fern. - - oc^7^ Hebr. vi. 8. — 2. sing. *Q^Z, S. Luke 
X. 35. — 1. sing. %n.k)], S. Matt. vii. 4; S. Luke vi. 42: — with aff. 
S. John vi. 47. — 3. pi. Aci£U, S. Matt. x. 1, <fec. — with aff. 
S. John ix. 22; xvi. 2. — 2. pi. An^L with Uj05, ije shall 

7 

answer, defend yourselves, S. Luke xii. 11, — see note, ch. i. 43, 

above. — 1. pi. *CU2L3, 1 Tim. vi. 7 Imperat. *CL2i\, S. Matt. 

vii. 5; S. Luke vi. 42.— Pi. OQ^f, S. Matt. x. 8;"s. Luke xv. 
22;— with aff. S. Matt. xxii. 13._Llnf. nrs^Kr\ S. Matt. vii. 
5, &c Part. *Cl.£lk5, S. John x. 3, etc. — PI. masc. ,_-*_CL2liD, 

7 7 7 

S. Matt. xii. 27 Part. pass. .O c^V), plur. masc. __»_Q^i1d, 

S. Luke xiii. 28. 

Chald. Aph. p311, p2^ri, brought out, Dan. v. 2, 3; 
Ezr. V. 14; vi. 5. — 

— (In .m _Sd, from, out of, the temple — Ik tou Upov — Def. of ^\^1j01, 

noun masc. A temple, king's palace. 

Heb. ^yn, Ps- V. 8.— Chald. ^yn, def. X^3\n, (^te kings 



S. JOHN 11. 15. 61 

Ver. 1-5. palace^ Dan. iv. 1, 26: the temi^le of Jerusalem, or at Babylon, 
Dan. V. 2, 3, 5; Ezr. iv. 14.— 

— r-»lo> f*'^^ poured out — koX l^^x^e. — Yerb Peal pret. 3. sing. Shed, 

])oured forth. Pret. 3. pi. Oy^j, Rev. xvi. 6 Fut. 5aj»p, 

1. sing. 50.^^, Acts ii. 17, 18 Imperat. pi. Oja^l, Rev. xvi. 

1 Inf. y^]ki\, Rom. iii. 15. 

The verb does not occur in Heb., but its deriv. ■7^^^, the stream, 
outpouring of the brooks, Numb. xxi. 1-5: — and the fern, form 
^^S^'^{, pi. nnSi'i^* Josh. x. 40 ; xll. a— Constr. nntJ^X, the 
springs, or ravines of Pisgah, Deut. iii. 17; iv. 49; Josh. xii. 3. 

— ^TIJL£)5qJL, their money — Gr. to Kep/xa — _^5ai», noun masc. (here 

Avith aff. 3. pi.), Money, a "piece of money. Def p_2)5al>, Gr. 
yaXKov, S. Mark xii. 41. — R. «^r^, see note, preceding verse. 

— ^01-»)oA^O, and their tables — Gr. koX ras rpaTre'^as — Plur. (pref. O) 

with affix, of l5oAs (S. Matt. xxv. 27), noun masc. def. A table, 
table of shew-bread (S. Matt. xii. 4, &c.); money-cJmngeri table. — • 
PI. def liioAi), S. Matt. xv. 27, &c. 

— j^OI, He overthrew — dviarpeif/e — Yerb Peal pret. 3. sing. Turned, 

converted, changed, subverted, returned. — Pret. 3. sing. fern. 
Aliaoi, S. Luke i. 56; viii. 55.— 1. sing. Aii^cn, Acts xxii. 17; 
Gal. i. 17. — 3. pi. n^c^ m^ S. Luke ii. 20, etc. :— Fem. . i "i^OI, 
ch. xxiii. 56; xxiv. 9. — 2. pi. ^Ari^OI, Gal. iv. 9 Fut, 

■X T\ -X .51 

^O^OIJ, S. Luke X. 6; xix. 12.- — 1. sing. ^^aSOlj, S. Matt. xii. 

44; S. Luke xi. 24.-3. pi. jn^TlJ, S. Matt. ii. 12, &c — 

Imperat. *^a^C7l, S. Luke viii. 39 Part. ^^^Ol, S. Luke x. 35: 

— Fem. pg^ rn^ 2 Cor. vii. 10. From this verb are derived 
{ . '•^ ng^ m noiin fem. An overthrow, 2 S. Pet. ii. 6. 
jliSOOl, noun masc. def. Conversation, manners, 2 S. Pet. ii. 7. — 

PI. def. paooi, S. James iii. 13. — Constr. wjt:ll£DO(JI , Rom. 

viii. 13. 
]tsi£}(Tl, noun fem. def Opp>osition. — PI. def. lAoSiCn, 1 Tim. vi. 20. 
Heb. "nfin, Gen. xix. 21, 25; Ps. Ixxviii. 9.— Deriv. HDfin, 

overthroio, Gen. xix. 29. 



02 S. JOHN II. 16. 

y 7 

Ver, IG. _.^J_C)liD5, that sold — Gr. tois ttwXouo-iv — Pael part. pi. masc. 
(pref. relat. 5 before vowelless consonant) of _-Ol, £ ought. — Pa. 
^1 (S. Matt. xiii. 44, 46), .S'oM.— Pret. 2. pi. ^^Ll^l, Acts v. 8. 

■TV 7 11 

— Fut. ^--^P, S. Luke xxii, 36.__Irapei*at. . *^1, S. Matt. xix. 
21, &c.— PI. QJL^l, S. Luke xii. 33 Part? ^llD; — Fern. 

7 7 T _ 7 7 » 

constr. AjLli|lD, Acts xvi, 14 Part. pass. _0)Ld, Rom. vii. 14. 

— hUSo, hence — ivrevOti' — Advei'b compounded of pD + ^-^. See note, 

cb. i. 28. 

— OlJO, '~) \L ]J, make not (pron. aff. pleon.) — fx-rj TrotetTe — Put. 2. pi. of 

..ClL, Made, did, witb (J used as an imperative, as always in pro- 

' 7 

bibitions. Cowper's Gr. § 213 (3). 

— cnAj-CiX, the house (pref. _ik of the object, and aff. pron. pleon.) — 

Tov oXkov — |A . o (cb. viii. 35), noun masc. def. A house, habita- 

7 _ A " • 

tion. By ajiocope, wj-ii, S. Matt. xii. 25. — Constr. A > <^^ which 
occurs in this verse, and in the proper name ( l. 1 S. ZLl.^, Bethany, 
cb. i. 28. — Also in the following expressions, 
]';_i.rD'| Ljl^, house of the hound, 2)rison, cb. iii. 24; S. Matt. v. 25, «fec. 

jVnm*-^ A » *^^ the place of spices, censer — OvfxLaTyjpiov — Hebr. ix. 4. 

■71 1\ 

"jAib Aj.^, fro7n house to house, 1 Tim. v. 13; 2 Tim. iii. 6. 

I^i A^^, house of the treasure, treasury, S. John viii. 20, ttc. 

p.j5 A_i.^, j^lcic^ of judgment, Acts xvii. 19, &c. 

fJLjj Aj-HD, house of the judges, council, S. Matt. x. 1 / . 

\t\J\ Aj_0, j)lace of olives, S. Luke xix. 29, 37; xxi. 37. 

|l « » n J5001-» A^jud), the comjKinions of Judas and Silas, Actsxv. 32. 

p X 1> 

"jA »r) 1 n Aj.^, tlLC synagogue, S. Luke vii. 5; xxii. (S^. 

^oAlD A^^, a case for containing books, Gr. <j>aiX6i'r)v or <^£/\oi'j;v 

2 Tim. iv. 13. 
(ZwfciiD Aj«C), /(OM*r q/^Ac f/cat/, sepulchre, H. Matt. xiv. 2. 



S. JOHN II. IG, 17. 63 

Ver. 1 6. |ici£iLD A-»_S , house of publicans, receipt of custom, S. Matt. ix. 9, &c. 

]_i;_*iiD A . o^ pilace of entertainment, guest-chamber, S. Mark xiv. 14; 

S. Luke xxii. 11, 
jZJQ.,^ L^a, place of custody, prison, Rev. ii. 10; xx. 7. 

I ^ » ^ A-*.^, ^j?«ce of the eyes, forehead, Rev. vii. 3, etc. 

(JQ-OiD L.i.^,2)lace of burial, grave, S. John xi, 17, 38, &c. and pi. 

form, 
liiono Ajl.^, the same, S. Matt. viii. 28, &c. 

|m ey^ n Aj_^, Iwuse of stores, barn, S. Luke xii. 24; and with aff. 

ver. 18. " 
PJD3Q_D L.»^^,2Jlace of oblation, treasury, S. Matt, xxvii. 6; S. Luke 

xxi. 4. — 

PI. def. lAib, S. Matt. xix. 29, &c.— R. ZoTi Ao, pcm^et^ ^/je 

mght. — 

Heb. n^Sj constr. Jl^3, pi. D*^S) Ps. v. 8; xxiii. 6, and of 
• — . .,. 

frequent occurrence. — Chald. ^1^3, constr. Jl^S, def. XD'^Sj 

Dan. ii. 5; iv. 27; Ezr. v. 2, 3, 9, 11.— 

— jZ5GLitjZ, merchandize — Gr. i/xTropiov — Noun fern. def. Business, traffic; 

Gain, profit. Acts xvi. 16; Diligence, S. Luke xii. 58; Wages, 
Rom. vi. 23. 



7.'» 



R. ^i] , conducted business. 
17. Oi^5Z.(o, and tliey remembered — ifj-vrjcrOrjcrav Se — Ethpeel pret. 3. pi. 
(pref. O, taking the first vowel) of ^Dj (Peal not found in N. T.), 
Jiemembered.—'EthTpe. ^^jZ] (S. Matt. xxvi. 75, tfcc.) the same. — 
Pret. 3. sing. fern. 'L-f^^L], Rev. xvi. 19. — -1. sing. Z^^jZ], Acts 
XI. 16. — 3. pi. fem. —.VOjZI, S. Luke xxiv. 8. — 1. pi. ^jZ(, 

S. Matt, xxvii. 63 Put. ^i)5Aj, 2. sing. -rD^LL, S. Matt. v. 23. 

— 1. sing. •rOyL], Hebr. viii. 12; x. 17 Tmperat. ^^DjZf, S. Luke 

XVI. 25; with aff. xxiii. 42. — Plur. OiSi'iL], S. Luke xvii. 32 

7-i> ~ 17-r. 

Part. •f^'iD^, Rom. i. 9, &c. — PI. masc. —ffO'iL^, coalescing 
with ^jo, ,_L^jAk5, 1 ThesR. i. 2. 



G4 S. JOHN II. 17. 

Ver. 17. Heb. ^l^T, Gen. viii. 1; Ps. xxv. 7, &c. &c. 

~ T 

— »djA^J, that it was written — on yeypa/A/AeVov eortV — Part. Peil of 

%^Ld, Wrote — see note, ch. i. 45. — Pref. > before vowelless letter. 

? 

-^ c 7 7 ^ 

— OT-U-fej, </<e sert? (pref. 5 of assertion, and afF. pron. pleon.) — d ^17X05 — 

{ 1 .1 (^ (Rom. X. 2), noun masc. def. Zeal, emulation; with aff. 3. 

pi. Rom. xi. 11. — Root ^-1-4 ^-fej Envied, emulated, was zealous. — 

7 7 Tt 7 

Pret. 3. pi, Q-L^, Acts vii. 9 Put. ,_4J Imperat. ^, Rev. 

iii. 19.— PI. Q_l^, 1 Cor. xiv. 1, 39.— Part. ^, 2 Cor. xi. 2; 

Gal. i. 14. — PI. masc. __»_1_^, 1 Cor. xii. 31; S. James iv. 2 

.7 X 7 

Apb. _4l, aroused to zeal. Put. _^, Rom. xi. 14; with aff. 

ch. X. 19?_Inf. QJ^k), 1 Cor. x. 22.JlPart. -^, pi. —uJ-^iO, 

777 -K 1 

coalescing Avith _J_k», 1.1 (\V>^ 1 Cor. x. 22. — - 

■ — . . 1 \n] J Jiaih eaten Me tq:) — KaTecf)aye fic — Peal pret. 3. sing, (with aff. 

pron. 1. sing.) of ^^j (S. Matt. xii. 4), Ate, devoured, consumed; 

and followed by (t^-D, accused, calumniated, see note, ch. viii, 44, 

below,— Pret. 3. sing. fem. Al^f, Rev. xx. 9 :— with aff. S. Matt. 

xiii. 4; S. Mark iv. 4; S. Luke viii. 5. — 1. sing. A\nj^ Acts x. 

14.-3, pi. o\D t S. John vi. 13, 23, 31, 49, &c,— 2rpl. ^Al^f, 

ver, 26.— 1. pi. ^li)V, S. Luke xiii. 26 Put. ^a£:]j, S, John 

vi, 50, 51, &c.— 2, sing. ^QJdU, S, Mark xiv. 12.-1, sing, 

^Q^t, ver, 14; S. John iv. 32, &c.— 3. pi. ^al^]j, S. John vi. 

..77 _ _ 

5, (fee. : with wjOIO* ^, that they might accuse Him, S. Matt. xii. 

10; S. Luke vi. 7; xii. 54.-2. pi. < o\n ]Z, S. John vi, 53, &c,— 

1, pi, ^Q^Ij, S. Matt. vi. 31, &c Imperat. ^oo"}. Acts x. 13; 

xi. 7:— Pern. ^j.1q.d1' S. Luke xii. 19.— PI. aXo^f, S. Matt. 

xxvi. 26, etc Inf. V\n]v>\ S. John iv. 33, &c Part, ^"j' 

S. John vi, 58, (tc Fem. U^]°, Rev. xi. 5 : Def. TAXd]', Hebr. 

. Y " ,.77 

xii. 29. — PI. masc. > ^"^j, S. John xii. 28, kc. : — with «_*cno»;-D, 

S. Matt, xxvii. 12; S. INIark xv. 3; S. Luke xxiii. 2, 10:— 

coalescing with ^-»^, _L-»-_i^|, 1 Cor. viii. 8; — with ^Aj(, 

.oAj_\d(, Gal. v. 15. — Constr. masc. |»V.D . 1 \.0 j , accusers, 



S. JOHN II. 17—19. 65 

Ver. 17. 2 Tim. iii. 3, — PI. fem. |»V^ ^-^^h slanderers, 1 Tim. iii. 
11. 

Heb. 7^Ji5, Ps. xxvii. 2. &c. &c.-^Chald. 7^X in phrase, 

like the Syr. as above, Dan. iii. 8 ; vi. 25. 

»7 . TV 7 

18. Aj I (Q_kkSd , shewest Thou — Set/cvueis — Paelpart. (with pronoun forming 

the pres. 2. sing.) of JQ_»«j, not used in Peal. — Pa. wjCIjo (ch. xx. 
20; xxi. 1.) Shewed, manifested, proved. — Pret. 1. sing. AjQ.>j, 
Gal. u. 18; with aff. S. John x. 32.-3. pi. a^ClL, S. Matt. viii. 

33; xiv. 12.— 2. pi. ^A^aL, 2 Cor. vii. if; Hebr. vi. 10 

Fut. ja»,J, S. John xii. 33; xxi. 19; with aff. ch. xvi. 15. — 
1. sing. |Q.jsi|, Rom. ix. 17; with aff. S. Luke vi. 47; xii. 5. — 

3. pi. ^Q_K»J, Acts xxiv. 13. — 1. pi. ]q_k>J, 2 Cor. vi. 4 Im- 

perat. |Q-kj, S, John vii, 4, &c. : with aff. ch. xiv. 8, 9. — PI. 0C1.k», 
S. Luke xvii. 14; with aff. S. Matt. ii. 8, &lc Inf. O-iOj-^JSiQli, 

7 

S. John xiv. 22; S. Matt. xvi. 21 Part, fem, |Iqlj1Sd, Hebr. 

•K 7 

ix. 16, &c. — PI. masc. __»Q_K»iiD, S. Matt. xxiv. 1; — coalescing 

7 7 iv 7 P .. 7 

with ^j^, ^jOjoiiD, 2 Cor. iv. 2. — PI. fem. ^a>.Kk), Acts 
ix. 39. 

Heb. Pi. n^n, Ps. xix. 3,— Chald. Pa. X^jH, Dan. ii. 11, 24; 
V. 7.— Aph. Xinn, ch. ii, 6, 9, 10, 16, 27. 

, X .7 

19. OJOACD, destroy — Xvcrare — Lnperat. pi. of 5Z.\£D, Destroyed. — Pret. 1. 

sing. ZjAto, Gal. ii. 18 Put. SoAtdJ, 1 sing. 5oAid], S. Luke 

7 P 

xii. 18 Part. jAlD, S. Matt, xxvii. 40. — PI. ^htSQ, coalescing 

with ,_J_K., ,_Lj5Ajm, 2 Cor. x. 5. 

Heb. ^nD> hid, concealed, once in Kal, Prov. xxii, 3 (^*lp 
Niph), — Chald, Pa. *lJ^Dj covered, concealed. Part. pass. pi. fem. 
def. Dan. ii. 22. Destroy ed, i. e. removed out of sight, Ezr. 
V. 12. 
— t Vnn . ]A-^A_^, in three days — Iv rpia-lv -^itipai<: — The prep. _^ re- 
ferring to point or measure of time : — Sta rpicoi/ rjfjiepwv, S. Matt, 

xxvi. 61, Compare jAVnn . \^ after (some) days — Gr, 8l Tjjxipwv, 
S, Mark ii. 1. 
W. C. 9 



66 S. JOHN II. 19—21. 

Ver. 19. ]j\ :>Qj-QSd X^T, I "^^U 'raise up — eyepw — Apliel part, (forming 
pres. tense, but pointing to future time) of iOQX) J>CLD, arose. 

Aph. JsOj-d] (ch. xii. 1, 9), Erected, confirmed, established, 
sustained. — Pret. 1. sing. Akl.»_D|, with aff. Eom. ix. 17. — 3. pi. 

oV>. o] S. Matt. xxvi. 15; S. Luke xxii. 5 Fut. i>Q_i_QJ, 

S. Matt. xxii. 24; xxv. 33. — 2. sing. "^Cl^JdL, Acts vii. 60. — 
1. sing. V> > o ")' ch. XV. 16: with aff. S. John vi. 39, 40, 44, 54.— 
3. pi. ^okLi-QJ, Rom. X. 3.-2. pi. ^qIDj-dZ, S. Mark vii. 9.— 

1. pi. i«Q-»-aJ, Acts vi. 3 Inf. akinio^, S. Matt. iii. 9; 

S. Luke iii. 8 Part. pi. masc. -.i,V:> i OSCi, coalescing with 

^ X X 

—Lw, 'i . V^ . <^Vo^ Rom. iii. 31.— PI. fern. V)VnV), 2 S. Pet. 

i. 8. 

Heb. Hiph. D\'pn, Ps. xli. 11.— Chald. Aph. D^p^{, and 

D^'Pj'I, Dan. ii. 21; iii. 1, &c. : Ezr. vi. 18. 

20. > v^.;|l In ov during forty — Gr. Tco-o-apaKovra — ^-jl-L^j], numeral: 
— remitting its first vowel to ^, which marks duration of time. 

— " ^ «, years — Gr. Ireo-tv — PI. of ]jL» (S. Luke ii. 41), noun fem. A 

year.— Dei. I'Ajj, S. John xi. 49, 51, &c.— Constr. Ai_», S. Luke 
iii. 1.— PI. def. (masc. form) ]'. \ », S. Luke xii. 19.— R. "{La, 
moved, changed. 

Heb. n}^, pL W^^, Gen. i. 14; xvu. 21, &c. &c.— Chald. 

T T - T 

niS5',pl. W, Dan. vi. L 

— - ' ^ *^M> ^^'f^ huilt, loas it]/ building — iiKoSofit^Or] — Ethpeel pret. 3. 

sing, of ]i^, Built. — Ethpe. Was built. Pret. 2. pi. ^A . i «^7]^ 

Eph. ii. 20 Part. |ir:Ak3, Hebr. iii. 4.— PI. masc. ^ . i «-^aO-.^ 

Eph, ii. 22; Col. ii. 7. 

Chald. Ithpeel iiiSJli^, Ezr. iv. 13, 21; v. 8, 16; vi. 3. 

OCT! rSDl, He spake — toas speaking — lAcyc — Part, forming imperf. 
tense. 

— 01 ^^«.. '=^3 , of His Body — rov awfiaro^ avrov — Noun with pi'on. aff. and 



S. JOHN 11. 21—23. 67 

7 

Ver. 21. pref. > of the genitive, r-i^-^ (S- Matt. xix. 6), noun masc, A 
body, not necessarily a dead body, as in Hebrew — Def. jj_.*_2, 
S. John vi. 63.— PI. def. Iv-v*-^, S. John xix. 31. 
Heb. *^y^, a carcase, Gen. xv. IL 

22. (AjIId Aj-O ^j from tlie dead — Ik vcKpwv — (See note, ver. 16, 
above). — Pi. def. of A-lId (Acts xx. 9), Dead; a participial adj. 

of form part. Peil of ZllID, died.— Def. XLJ^, S. John xi. 39. 

X X 

Fern. XL»1o, Acts v. 10 ;— Def. ]1Ll1d, 1 Tim. v. 6.— PI. —.A.*^, 

Eph. ii. 1, 5; coalescing with ^-J->«», ^J_»A.klD, 2 Cor. vi. 9: 

1 S. Pet. ii. 24 

Compare Heb. J^J^D* dead, the dead, Gen. xx. 3; xxiii. 4; 
Ps. Ixxxviii. 11; cvi. 28. — 

— JOOI }^\, He liad said — Gr. iXeyev — Pret. followed by (ocn, forming 

the pluperf. tense. 

— jriASji, the Scriptures — Gr. rrj ypa^fi — PI. def. (pref. 1:^ of the object) 

of %^L2i (2 Tim. iii. 16), noun masc. A book, writing. — Def, 
IcjAd, S. John vii. 42, &c. — PI. ^ . «->Ao — There is also a fem. 
form, Io'Ad, 2 S. Pet. i. 20.— Constr. A^Ao, 1 Cor. xvi. 21; 

2 Thess. iii. 18. — R %:Oil!^, wrote. 

Heb. iil^j Dan. x. 21. — Chald. ^T)2, -^ writing, Dan. v. 8, 

T : T ; 

&c. A mandate, Ezr, vi. 18; — prescribing how much, ch. vii. 22. 
23. liSiS*"^, in tlie feast — Iv rrj eoprfj — Noun masc. def. with prefixed pre- 
position. The form IjP*^ occurs, S. Matt. xxvi. 5; 1 Cor. v. 8. 

— ]] > ■! fY), inany — TroXXot — PI. masc. def. r,f\. .i <^ ^ adj. Much, great, 

'' ^^X7 ^ .. I7 

abu/ndant. — Def. ((,. .. rr>^ S, Matt. vi. 7, &c. — Fem. (f - ii <^, 
Hebr. iii. 3; v. 11.— Def. ^7] . ^m, S. Luke x. 40:— Constr. 
Z|j_^Lm, S. Luke i. 18.— PI. masc. ^]"% J^O), S. Matt. xx. 16; 

..»7 I 7 . .". X 7 

xxii. 14. — Constr. i^U..y^CD. — PI. fem. J.>. u rf), Acts xxiv. 17. 



68 S. JOHN II. 23—25. III. 1, 2. 



Ver. 23. — Def. p] " .^ fy>, S. John xiv. 30:— in cb. xi. 47, it is written 

jA . . m — R. L. CD, .-k^i CO, increased, was great. 

Heb. X^ilb^, great, Job xxxvi. 26; xxxvii. 23. Chald. X^-lK', 
grrm^, Dan. ii. 31; Many, much, ii. 48; iv. 9. As an adv. Very, 
greatly, ch. ii. 12; v. 9. 

— OV^j), who saw, when they saw — Gr. ^ewpoOi/Tes — Pret. 3. pi. with 

7 

pref. 5, relative. 
25. ]ocn sO-iJiSQ, He needed — -^pdav €t)(cv — Part. Peil (forming imperf. 

— X 

7 ^ 

tense) of *Q_LCD, Was in need. Occurs in Peal only in this par- 
ticiple, which though of pass, form has an active signification, 
Wanting, having need of. PL masc. . i D > 1 CO, S. Matt. ix. 12, 

^ X X 

7 7 

&c, : coalescing with ^-1-k», . 1 i O i 1 CO, 2 Cor. iii. 1; — with 
^Aj], ^Z^ 1 n I 1 m, 1 Thess. iv. 9; V. 1. 

..Pm -X X 

Deriv. |/r)n . i m noun fern. def. Poverty, necessity, Rom. xii. 13. 

— OT_ik jOliDJ t-M-Jlj, that any (lit. 7nan) should testify to Hvm- — Gr. iva 

Tts fiapTvp-^cry — Put. 3. sing, preceded by 5 and having the force 
of a subjunctive. See note, ch. i. 15. 

— - » \-*^ ^\d ^i, of mail — lit. concerning all {any) man. Gr. ir^pX tou 

avdpiOTTOV. 



CHAPTER III. 

1. pCLDJl, a rider — apx^^v — Noun masc. def. derived from the Gr. word. 

«•» ». .. .7 

PI. pa^Jl, S. Luke xxiii. 13, 35: Officers of the Temple, Gr. 
o (TTpaTr)yo<i rov Upov, Acts iv. 1. 

2. ] ■■ ^^'^ , by night — Gr. vvkto's — Def. of - » ^ \j noun masc. Night. — 

I X 

PI. (fern, form) ^^V.'V, S. Matt. iv. 2; .xii. 40. 

Heb. ^^^, Isa. xvi. 3; nS*S, Gen. i. 5.— Chald. ^hh, 
Dan. ii. 19, &c. 



S. JOHN III. 2—4. 69 

Ver. 2. ■ 1 i \|. J , toe know — OLoafiev — Part. pi. . i \^, coalescing -with 
_J_K>, and forming the present tense. See Cowijer's Gr. § 91. 

., p S , 7 0.7 

— ( 1 g^N^n a teac/ber — StSao-KaXos — Def. of g^XVn (1 Tim. iii. 2), noun 

masc. A doctor, teacher, one apt to teach. — PI. def. j i <yi\Vn 
S, Luke ii. 46. — R. <g^ n\ taught — Pa. part. .g^Vv^ 

7 T> 

Transl. We know that from God Thou wert sent (Gr. lkrj\vda<;) a 
teacher. 

— t'^vV') \ o^ n ,«■ V? (J , see note, ch. i. 41. 

7 

— 5 r-^' '^^ 'I'Oho. Interrog. pronoun forming witli 5 a relative. 

Transl. Unless (or, except) he with whom God is. 

1> 7 _ _ 

— OlV}S, loith him — fxer avTov — Preposition with affixed pronoun. 

3. «..«_t3> ^JiD, again — lit. from that which (is) the head, or beginning ■ 

See note, ch. ii. 8, above. 

— J %>^1 ■ V> (J, he cannot — ov SuVarat — See note, ch. i. 41, above. 

— OlZ.nnW>, the kingdom (aff. pleon.) — T-qv (iaa-ikdav — nnXVn (g. Matt. 

xii. 25, &c.) noun fern. A kingdom. — Def. ]/ nn\^o ^ ver. 5 
below.— Constr. ZonNV), S. Matt. xi. 11, &c.— PI. def. p n-^V^.o 
S. Matt. iv. 8; S. Luke iv. 5. — R. »^\Ld, counselled. 

Heb. ni^Sp (in later Heb. for 'the earlier form H^SiS)^), 
Kingdom, reign, Dan. i, 1: Ps. cxlv. 11, 13. — Chald. 1)^7/^, def. 
i^mS^, Dan. ii. 37, 39, &c. ' " 

4. (.ClCO, old — yipuiv — Def. of »r::iLD, adj. Old, aged. Fern. def. "jA^m, 

pi. def. IA^lCD 1 Tim. iv. 7, — R. s^\^, greiv old. 

Heb. ^t (part, of yt), Job xv. 10.— Chald. :i^, Ezr. v. 5 
(pi. constr.)— PI. def X^^K^, ver. 9. 

T - T 

— i ^N ? , Gr. fxij ; A particle which varies in its meaning according to 

the context. Here it is equivalent to Jieri potest ut ? — num ? 

In ch. V. 14. lest — Gr. Iva fjiij. 

— \£Qih^, into the womb—d<; tt^jv KoiXlav — Def. (with pref. prep.) of 

.CD^D (ch. ix. 1), noun fern. The toomb, helly. — PI, ^'p, def. 
TA£D-p, S. Luke xxiii. 29. 

Heb. b^15, once, Jer. Ii. 34. 



70 S. JOHN III. 4. 

Ver. 4. _.kJ_01 __iZ)Z?, the second time — Zivr^pov — __iZ>Z, fern, of __«5Z, 
it«o. See note, ch. vi. 7, below. 

7 7 

_.k_LOl, pi. of _ai (ch, V. 14), noun maso. when it signifies Time 
(sc. tempus); but fem. when it is equivalent to Lat. vice, — as 
_Ol jj-K>, ?tn(i wee, once, Rom. vi. 10, &c. The same applies to 
the plural. — Def. P-C>1, S. John v. 6, &c. — PI. as a fem. vices, 
if ' .1 f» __kJLOl, vicibus multis, oft-times, S. Mark ix. 22. 
-_i_L£^j, when joined to a cardinal, forms a numeral adverb; as 
" ^ '^i ^Z>Z, tmice, Gr. Si's — S. Mark xiv. 30. — ,^ t inj A\Z, 

X -^ 7 X 

..17 * 7 

thrice, Gr. rpis, S. John xiii. 38, &c. — —k-UDl . •*^>^,five times, 

.. X 7 7 

Gr, TTCvTa/cts — 2 Cor. xi. 24. — _jJL^] ^1!2l», sevew times, Gr. 

^ ..7 7 

cTTTUKts — S. Matt, xviii. 21 ; S. Luke x\iii. 4. — . i 1 ni . i Sn », 

^ I ^ X 

seventy times, Gr. il38ofir]KovTaj<L<s, S. Matt, xviii. 22. — But when j 
is prefixed to these cardinals, it expresses secundd, tertid vice, &c, 

..I 7 . t 7^ 

as in the text: see also ch. ix, 24; xxi. 16. — » ^ *^1 L-xL}, the 
third time, Gr. c/c rpiTov, S. Matt. xxvi. 44 : to rpirov, S. John xxi. 
17: S. Mark xiv. 41; Tpirov, S. Luke xxiii. 22. 

PI. def. \1J2>\ (according to some editions — the Vienna reads 
"iiiDl), S. Luke xxi. 24.— PI. fem. ^JloI, def. lAiiJ, Hebr. ix. 
25, 26. 

7 7 7 

_S] is also used in adverbial expressions; as ^_0].^, formerly, 

7 7 7 

in time past, Philem. ver. 11. — _Ol _ :OVO, from time to time, at 
a certain season, S. John v. 4. 

-iDV— ikHQ, evermore, at all times, always, S. John- vi. 34, &c. 

P-Ol (J 50 (ioVO, lit. in time and of no time, i.e. in season 
and out of season, 2 Tim. iv. 2, 

— -k-LC^i |klD, oft-times, Gr, TroXAccKiSy S, Matt. xvii. 15. — In- 
terrog. How often? Gr. 7roo-axt<;; — ch. xviii, 21 . xxiii. 37 ; S. Luke 
xiii. 34. As often as (j), Gr. ocraVis, Pev. xi. 6. 

Heb. [JbT, Eccles, iii, 1.— Chald, pT or pT, def, J^JDT, pL 
ritoT, Dan, ii, 16; iii, 7, 8; vii, 25, HJl/^l jO^T, ^^wee itwies, 
ch, vi. 11. 



S. JOHN III. 4—7. 71 

Ver. 4. V\vV.V ^ to enier— eicreXecTv— Infin. (with pref. 1.) of ^5L:^ ^ 
(ch. xviii. 1.) Entered.— PreVS. sing. fern. "AXL, S. Mark vi. 22, 

7 

25, &c.— 2. sing. A\L, S. Matt. xxii. 12.— 1. sing, ASI, S. Luke 
vii. 44.-3. pi. qXL, S. John iv. 8, &c. : Fern. . 'i\s, S. Matt. 
XXV. 10: ^ '."^ V S. Mark xvi. 5.-2. pi. ^oAXI, S. John iv. 38; 
S. Luke xi. 52.— 1. pi. ^\s, Acts xi. 12, &c.^Fut. ^OU, ver. 5, 
below. — 2. sing. ^OlI, S. Matt. viii. 8, &c. : Fern. . i 1 i\sZ, 
Vienna edition — others read ^i \s2.. S. Mark ix. 25. — 1. sing. 
^Q-^t, Rev. iii. 20.— 3. pi. ^\S1, S. Mark x. 23, 24, &c.— 

2. pi. ^oIaZ* S. Matt. V. 20, &c.— 1. pL ^OLJ, S. Mark v. 12. 

Imperat. ^(1l, S. Matt. vi. 6, &c.— PI. cAoL, ch. vii. 13 

Part, ^"[l, S. John x. 1, 2.— Fern. ]]]!, ch. xix. 42.— PI. masc. 
^.^] v^ S. Matt, X. 11, &c.— PI. fem. ^t, S. Matt. xii. 45: 
S. Mark iv. 19: S. Luke xi. 26 Part. Peil VNi'NS, pi. masc. 

' ^ ' ^S, in act. sense, S. Luke viii. 30. 
Chakl. ^^"j^, ^"^^ Dan. ii. 16, 24, &c, 

^TD-O, is flesh — crdp^ Icttl — 001 represents the subst. verb, and the 
two words are pronounced as one; in which case the last vowel of 
the noun (|;<^^) becomes ''. So also OCT! (-kjOJ, immediately fol- 
lowing. Pron. besrau, ruchau. 
7. ;lb)ZZ |j , marvel not — fji-rj Oavfidcrrj^ — Ethpaal fut. 2. sing, (with ]j , for 

7 7 7 ..1. 

imperat.) of ^loj, used only in Ethpa. ^S05Z.| (S. Matt. viii. 10, 
&c.). Wondered, was astonished. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. 'Z^iDjZ.], Rev. 
xiiL 3. — 2. sing. L'^^L], ch. xvii. 7. — 1. sing. LiliD'yL], ver. 6. — 

3. pi. OiljyyL]^, S. Matt. viii. 27, &c. ^Fut. i^]Ll, S. Mark 
XV. 5.-3. pi. ^jIdjAj, S. Matt. xv. 31: S. Mark ii. 12.— 2. pi. 

^^kJjZZ' S. John V. 20, 28 Inf o^J^JjAIq!^, S. John ix. 30 

Part. ^ijAk), S. Mark vi. 6, &c. — Pi. masc. ^^jAk), S. John 
iv. 27. 

— yO'^N hO?> ihat it is needfxd for you — that ye must — Gr. Set u/Aas — 
(> introducing the assertion), Verb (]jO) used only in the part. 



i'i S. JOHN III. 7—11. 

Ver. 7. pres. and impersonally. It is necessary, fitting, just. Lat. Opor- 
tet. — JOOI |Jo, it was necessary, ver. 30, below. Followed by 
dat. of the person and 1:^ with inf.— as here and in ver. 30 : — or 
by 5 with the future, as ch. iv. 24. Fern. »^(n |1_^0, Acts i. 21 ; 

1 Cor. vii. 36. — Def. jA . Xn^ used as a noun with pref. *0, with 
propriety, reasonably, Gr. Kara A.oyov, Acts xviii. 14. — PI. masc. 
■ 1 \o. Fein. >_10. — PI. fern. def. JAJl^O, as a noun. 
Decency, propriety, Rom. ii. 1 8. 

8. 5 5Zj, where — ottov — Noun masc. used with 5 as an adverb of place. 

Lit. the place that. For >/.(,« "place, see note, ch. xi. 54. 

— I*^ • ^ , blowing — bloweth — Trvei — Part. fern, (used for present tense) of 

fcCUfcJ, Blew. — Pret. 3. sing. fern. 'A*-^ « i ch. vi. 18: Acts xxviii. 

13.— 3. pi. fem. - V^I 1, S. Matt. vii. 25, 27 Fut. -^> y 

Eev. vii. 1. 

Deriv. \*~^ *^, nonn masc. def. A wind, bloioing. Acts 
XX vii. 14. 

Heb. "2!^^, Isa. xl. 7. 

— T 

— ("^ >| in and whither — koX ttov — p i(, where, with pref. »^ of the dat. 

7 _ 7 

which takes its first vowel, — and O. — See note, ch. i. 28. 

— (jLDOl, SO — OVTW9. Adverb, So, thus, likewise. Its simpler form is 

7 

^ai, 1 Thess. ii. 14: IS. John iv. 11. 

9. p ""^ » | J howl — TTtos; — Adverb of . interrogation. See note, ch. i. 23, 

above. 
11. ^ « \\Vn<vn rye speak — XaXovfiev — Pael part. plur. (coalescing with 
, 1 > > ^ and forming the pres. tense) of \JiLD, not used in Peal, 
unless ^\^i, ch. ix. 19, be the only instance. (See note, ii. 7, 
above).— Pa. ^^LLd (ch. xii. 29), >S;50^-e.— Pret. 3. sing. fem. 'A2ASd, 

-R 7 

2 S. Pet. ii. IG.— 2. sing. AXSSd, Acts iv. 25.— 1. sing. aKVO^ 
S. John xii. 48, 49, etc.— 3. pi. ol^Si, S. Luke ii. 15;xxiv. 25. 

—1. pi. ,AS1d, 2 Cor. vii. 14; 1 Thess. ii. 2 T^nf. WvAi 

S. Matt. xii. 22, <fec.— L sing, ^^^d]" S. John xii. 49, &c.— 3. pi. 
^Wni S. Matt. xii. 47, &c. Fem. ^NNSni, 1 Cor. xiv. 34, 35, 



S. JOHN III. 11—14. 73 

Ver. 11. &c.— 2. pi. ^oHLdZ, S. Matt. x. 19; S. Mark xiii. 11.— 1. pi. 

VVVv>V I Thess. ii. 16, &c Imperat. ^5SkJ, Acts xviii, 9.— PI. 

a\Sk5, S. Mark xiii. 11 Inf. nWO^VnV^ S. Matt. xii. 34, 

&c Part. VVVv^<^ ) S. John iv. 26, &c. Fern. jll^kiLD, S. Matt. 

x. 20, &c.— PI. masc. ^ . '^\vA<^ S. Matt. x. 20, &c.— Constr. 

. " ^KVO^Vn Acts XX. 30.— PI. fern. ^"nNVjV^, S. Luke vi. 45.— 

Derived from this verb is the adj. of form part. Peil masc. def. 

|l . \^^ rational, reasonable. Fern, def ]A\ a NV), Gr. XoyiKT^v, 
PI ^ 

Rom. xii. I. 

Heb. S^2:, Prov. vi. 13; Pi. Ps. cvi. 2.— Chald. Pa. ^^f2, 

~ T • ~ 

Dan. vi. 22; vii. 8, 11, 20, 25. 

— vOAjj » \onVr> ye receive — Xafipdvere — Pael part. pi. masc. form- 
ing, with the pronoun, the present tense. The pronoun though 
written separately, coalesces with the participle in pronunciation, 
forming one word, m'kablltun. 

12. Pi5|o), that which [is) on the earth, earthly things — Gr. ra emyua — 
Def (with pref prep, which takes the first vowel, and rel. pi-on.) 
of Vj5j. — Noun fern. Land, earth, region. — PI. def. |Ai»)(, 
ch. iv. 35. 

Heb. Y^yii, Gen. i. 1.— Chald. j;']NI, def. t^y^lj^— (the ^ in 
Aramaic softened into y, ^,) Dan. ii. 35, &c. — The same form is 
traceable in the Germ. (S'vbc, and the Eng. Earth. 

14. i>Q_i5j, lifted up — vt/'wcre — Aphel pret. 3. sing, of I>Oo5 io5 (not used 
\n Peal). 

Ethpeel I>Q_»jZZ|, Exalted himself, boasted himself. — Put. 
iCUjZAj, 1 Tim. iii. 6.-2. sing. Ui2lt, Pom. xi. 20.— 3. pi. 

^oScuIZAj, 1 Tim. vi. 17 Part. ^sCulZAkJ, 2 Cor. x. 5, «fec.— 

PI. masc. .V).5ZAk3, 1 S. Pet. v. 5. 

Aph. Lifted uj), raised up, exalted ; took off a roof (S. Mark 
ii. 4). Pret. 3. sing. fem. ASo^jI' S. Luke xi. 27.-3. pi. nVi .If, 

S. Matt. XX. 31; S. Mark ii. 4 Fut. :>Q-.jJ, S. Matt, xxiii. 12, 

<tc.: Fem. . .^ .■>/ with aff. ^QJZilLtbL, (that) it, i.e. the hand 
W. C. 10 



74 S. JOHN III. 14. 

Ver. 14. of God, may exalt you, 1 S. Pet. v. 6. — 2, pi. ^qIQjjZ., with aff. 

i»7 1.7 

S. John viii. 28 Imperat. JsO-*?], pi. QiQ_.3j, S. Jolin iv. 35.__ 

Part. i>Q_itlD, pi. masc. - V> .;V^^ 1 Cor. iv. 19; 1 Tim. ii. 8. 

Heb. D^Tj ^ose up, was exalted, triumiilied, Ps. xiii. 3. Hiph. 

D^nri) lifted lip, exalted, Ps. iii. 4, &c. &c. Chald. QI)*!, only in 

part. Peil tH, Dan. v. 20.— Aph. D^'li^, part. QHlb, Dan. v. 19. 

. — . . T 

— |^C1.KJ, the serpent — tov ocftiv — Noun masc. — PI. def. of fem. form 

]loaZ, S. Matt. X. 16, &c. 

7 

— r-»^> must — Sci — Adj. of form part. Peil of jAi, was ready, not 

occurring otherwise in Peal. Prejmred, ordained, future, S. Matt. 
XXV. 34. — Also expressing necessity, readiness, or intention, as Gr. 
/u-eXXo), /neXXtov, — either, as hei'e, followed by the infin. with ^, or 
by the fut, with 5, as in ch. xviii. 32; see also S. Matt. ii. 13. 
Fem. jyjAJLk, S. Matt. xxv. 34, &c. — PI. masc. __.j_.Aii, S. John 
vi. 15, ike: coalescing with ^-J-k», . 1 ...-.Ali, Rom. xiv. 10, &c. — 
PI. fem. y^b^, S. Luke xxi. 9, 36.— Def. l^^'A:^, S. John xvi. 
13. — From this is formed Aj(,_»Ai», adv. Promptly, without delay, 
Actsii. 41; X. 29. 

Pael jAik, Prepared, purposed, disposed, Eph. iii. 11 Fut. 

jAiJ, 3. pi. ^OjAiJ, 2 Cor. ix. 5 Imperat. jAI, pi. CjAi., 

Acts xxiii. 23 Part. jAi^, 2 Cor. v. 5.— Part. pass. jAlkJ, 

I 7 K T 

pl. masc. ^ .>AvVn Eph. vi. 13. 

Heb. Pi. nnVj itiade ready, Prov. xxi v. 27. and Hithpa. 
*lpynri} ^^** ready, destined, to he, followed by 7, Job xv. 28. 

— n^Ti'tf h\r\^ to be lifted up — vil/w6fjvaL — Ethtaphal inf. (with pref. ^) 

of J>Oo5 i>o5 (see note above, in this verse). Ethtaph. i>Qj5ZZ'j, 
Was exalted, pass, of Aphel, Acts ii. 33. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. 
w.Akl^52i.f, S. Matt. xi. 23; S. Luke x. 15.-1. sing. AkJuiZZ]" 

S. John xii. 32 Fut. i<l^5ZAj, S. John xii. 34, &c.— 2. pl. 

^oLq^jZZ, 2Cor. xi.,7. 
N.B. In verbs Oi, the Etiipeel and Ethtaphal conjugations a;"e 



S. JOHN III. 14—16. 75 

Ver. 14. similar in form, and differ only in signification; — Ethpe. having 
a reciprocal, and Ethtaph. a passive force. 

15. ,^P, should perish — aTroXT^rai — Fut. 3. sing, (for subjunctive, pre- 

ceded by >) of ..oj (ch. xvii. 12), Perished, was lost. — Pret. 3. sing, 
fem. 2_^t, Hebr. xi. 31.— 3. pi. oit, S. Matt. x. 6: Fern. 

__>V^|, Rev. xviii. 14 Fut. 3. sing. fem. wj^^jZ., S. Luke xxi. 

18.— 3. pi. vPr^lj. S. John X. 28.-2. pi. ^Or^U, S. Luke xiiL 

3, 5 Part. ^]\ S. Luke xv. 17:— Fem. ]l^X, S. John vi. 27.— 

PL masc. —j^iuj, 2 Cor. ii. 15: — coalescing with ^-3->>J) — Ijr^l, 

S. Matt. viii. 25, &c.— PI. fem. yji^i, S. Matt. ix. 17, &c Part. 

Peil, r-i-rsf, S. Matt, xviii. 11, &c. Def. Yr-^, S. Luke xv. 24, 
32.— PI. masc. def. Ijlsf, 2 Thess. ii. 10. 

Heb. nnX, Ps. xxxvii. 20.— Chald. ^^X, fut. ^i^<^ Jerem. 
X. 11. 
— OT-_i. ^OOU , (that) there should be to him, i. e. (that) he should have — 
Gr. exy — Supply 5 from the preceding clause. The verb in the 
plural, agreeing with f « '^ » 

•n »7 ■» _ 7 

16. *IXkj|, loved — riyixTrri(T€v — Aphel pret. 3. sing, of -«^«^ «■> «^l>j, 

Cherished, kindled, burned — (see note, S. Luke xii. 49). — Pael 

-R7 -K 7 !"''» 

»*^n hj. Loved, cherished. — Part. ■'^«^ w.V> fem. |nn»>>i^, 

7 7 

1 Thess. ii. 7. — PI. masc. . ^-i*^ ^^Vn coalescing with . 1 »», 

7 7 ^ 

. 1 I nn kkLd, ver. 8. 

^ . 7 »7 

Aph. Loved — Pret. 3. sing. fem. A^>-»j, S. Luke vii. 47. — 
2. sing. ZlCiLf, S. John xvii. 23; with aff. ver. 24, 26.-1. sing. 
LL^]\ with aff. ch. xiii. 34; xv. 9, 12.-3. pi. ornJl.')^ ver. 19, 

below. — 1. pi. ^-Cijol, 1 S. John iv. 10 Fut. »iX»jJ, 1 S. John 

iv. 20, 21.-2. sing. vI^LZ", S. Matt. xix. 19.— 3. pi. ,a^i>^\ 
Eph. V. 28.-2. pi. ^OIH^Z' S. John xiii 34; xv. 12, 17.-1. pi. 
*lll»J, 1 S. John iii. 18, 23, &c. In 2 S. John ver. 5, the 

characteristic Olaph is retained, as tOj^p Imperat. *d>j|, pi. 

OTZlLI, S. Matt. V. 44.— Inf. ar:L»lkili, 1 S. John iv. 11: and 

♦> P ^ 7 . 7. 7 

on»pii^>, Rom. xiii. 8 Part. >Q>.»V), ver. 35, below, &c. 



76 S. JOHN III. 16, 17. 

Ver. 16. »c:i>j"|k3, 2 S. John ver. 1: 3 S. John ver. 1. — PI. masc. 
. *-^ ..^Vn S. John viii. 42, &c. — Coalescing with ^-l-»^, 
1 . A ..Vn 1 S. John iii. U. 

— 5 _ib ^D, every one who, whosoever — iras o — Tlie words are sometimes 

joined, as > Vi\n 
17. «_»CTQ_kJO,J>, that He might condemn — to condemn (aff. pleon.) — Zva 
KpCvrj — Fut. 3. sing, (for subjunctive, with j) of tOj . j (Acts xii. 

7 ^ 

19), Judged, condemned, contended with (J>Cul). — Pret. 2. sing. 
Aj>, S. Luke vii. 43. — 1. sing. Ajj, 1 Cor. ii. 2, &c. — 3. pi. Qjj, 

S. Mark xiv. 64 Fut. ^.J, S. Matt. v. 40:— Fern. ^jZ, for 

wk-JOjZ, Rom. il 27. — 1. sing. yo{\, S. John xii. 47. — 3. pi, 

^OyJ, Acts xix. 38. — 2. i^l. ^OjZ, S. Matt, viL 1, &c 

Imperat. ^j, pi, QJOJ, S, John vii, 24 Inf. . ,Sn\, S. John 

^ 7 

viii, 26 Part. Jj, S, John v. 22, &c.— Fern. iL,?, ch. xii. 48. 

— PI, masc. ' ^ 'J; ch, vii. 24; viii. 15, &c. : — coalescing with 

7 7 r> X 

_J_Ki, _J_».J_»>, 1 Cor. vi. 3. — Part. Peil ^J, ver. 18, below; 
xvi. 11. 

Heb. pi or prj, Gen. vi, 3.— Chald. [H, [H, part, pi. 
Ezr. vii. 25. 

— P«»J, might live, Imve life, he saved — a-oiOy — Fut. 3. sing, (for sub- 

junct.) of Pju^j (ch. iv. 51), Lived, was preserved, saved. — For the 
anomalies in this verb, see Phillips § 42; and Cowper § 121. 
Pret. 3. sing, fem, Ajl_k», S. Luke ii. 36. — 1, sing. A . . ... 

7 .. 7 ^ 

Acts xxvi. 5. — 3. pi. rt . ... E,ev. xx. 4: Fem. . i i ^j, 1 S. Pet. 

t. y 7 

iii. 20. — 2. pi. ^A.».jL>j, Kom. vi. 13. — 1. pi. ^ > i »o, Rom. 

viii. 24 Fut. 3. sing. fem. ]2jL, S. Matt, ix, ]8.— 2, sing. \lil, 

S. Luke X. 28; ^a]Z, Rom. x. 9. — 1. sing. \JJ\, Acts xvi. 30; 
Gal. ii. 19.— 3. pl.",Q^, S. John v. 25; S. Luke viii. 12, &c. 
.cLk»]j, 1 Thess. ii. 16: .Q_kk_0, 1 Tim. il 4. — 2. pi. ^CLyjL, 
S. John V. 34; xiv. 19. — 1. pi. |.kj<J, Acts xv. 11 — Imperat. 
pl. qJLki, Acts ii. 40 Inf. ]jlklli, S. Mark x. 26; S. Luke 



S. JOHN III. 17—19. 77 

Ver. 17. xviii. 26 Part. ]1L, S. Matt. iv. 4, &c. :— Fem. \LL, S. Mark 

V. 28; S. Luke viii. 50. — PI. masc. — *|-ikj, S. Luke xiii. 23: also 
—^(.ja, S. Matt. XV. 27; Acts ii. 47, &c. and > -ft, S, Luke 
XX. 38. Coalescing with ^-J--»^, _JL*|jj, Rom. xiv. 8: also 
,_J_»V»^, 2 Cor, vL 9; xiii. 4: — and with ^Aj"), ^A..*_.}jkj, 
Col. ii. 20. 

Heb. n^n, Gen. v. 3, &c. &c.— Chald. H^h and J^^H, Dan. 

T T T~: T-; 

ii. 4, &c. 

18, _»>ZAk3, condemned, is condemned — KpiviraL — Ethpeel part, (for pres. 

tense) of yOy .j, Judged — Ethpe. —jjZZ], pret. 3. pi. QJ_. jZZ], 
Rev. XX, 12, 13 — Put. ^]LL2, 2. sing. ^]LlI, Acts xxv. 20,— 
1, sing, ^jZZl, 1 Cor. iv. 3.-3. pi. ,0 1 i?ZAj, Rom. ii. 12, &c. 
—2, pi. ^Oi^jZZ" S. Matt. vii. 2 — Inf, OJjZAklX, Acts xxv. 

10 Part. fem. "iLiiZAk), 1 Cor. x. 29.— PL masc. _»J_.5ZAk) 

S. Luke vi, 37: — coalescing with ^-l>-»j --Ij-LjjZALd, 1 Cor, 
xi, 32, 

— OjD ^-^) already — rjBr] — Adverb, sometimes written as one word 

Of^ll}iD, alreadi/, noio. O^D occui's without V>^ in the sense of 
now, 2 S. Pet. iii. 1. 

19, P~i>, the judgment, condemnation — ?; KptVts — Def of __*>, noun masc, 

Judgmeiit, cause, contention, dispute. — v*J-t> ^\li-0, lord of thy 
cause, i.e. thine adversary, S, Matt, v, 25: «_t_L-i) v^v*^^ my 
adversary, S, Luke xviii. 3. — PI. def. (Jl^), S, Mark xiii. 9, — 
R. ^j . ), judged. 

Heb, V>^, Ps, Ixxvi, 9, — Chald, V>*r\, justice, Dan. iv. 34; 
vii. 22. Judgment, tribunal, ch, vii. 10. 

— _Ld t-»Aj, rather than — fiaWov rj — i-^i^, adj. Abounding, excellent — 

see note, ch. v. 20 : — here used adverbially. 

— ^OIJ, *~) \ , their deeds — to. epya avrwv PI. with aff. of ,*^S (2 Cor. 

ix. 8), noun masc. A work, act, deed. — Def |,r^S, S. John vi. 29. 



78 S. JOHN III. 19, 20. 

Ver. 19. — Constr. jAl, Acts vii. 41; xvii. 24.— PI. ^ ^^^, Col. i. 10.— 
Def. 1r^, S. John v. 20, &c. R. ^iiL, performed. 
Heb. *Jiy, work, deed, once, Eccles. ix. 1. 

— I ■ »" .I D , evil — irovt^pd — PL def. of - » - *^ (ch. v. 14), adj. often used 

as a subst. Evil, an evil, harm. Def. j » > «^^ ch, xvii. 15, &c. — 
Fem. ]■ 1 n, S. Matt. v. 11, &c.— Def ] A « . ^ g. John xviii. 
23; with aflf. S. Matt. vi. 34.— PI. masc. ^" ■» > ^, S. John vii. 7. 
—PI. fem. ^^ ■ V n. S. Matt. xii. 45; S. "Luke xi. 26.— Def. 
TZ\« Vn, S. John V. 29, (fee.:— with aff. S. Luke xvi. 25. 
R. •-•j.Q, was evil. 

Comp. Heb. Q^^'j^^ bad grapes, Isa. v. 2, 4: and HSJ^tOj » 
poisonous weed, Job xxxi. 40. — Chald. 2J^I)JO, bad, wicked; — fem. 
def. Xn^'!|X3, Ezr. iv. 12. 

T ; 

20. jAJLlID, hateful things, evil — (ftavXa — PI. fem. def. of P-QO, part. Peil 
of [1 TD, hated, for which see the note following. 

— M-£D, hating, hateth — fiicrei — Pai-t. act. of pj3D (ch. xv. 18; xvii. 14), 

Bated. — Pret. 2. sing. Aj_JL£0, Hebr. i. 9. — 1. sing. A > i rr> Rom. 

ix, 13.— 3. pi. QJ_CD, S. John xv. 24; with aff. ver. 25 ^Fut, 

licciJ, S. Matt. vi. 24: S. Luke xvi. 13.-3, pi, ,QJLmj, S. Matt. 

xxiv. 10 Imperat. »_kJ.£D, S. Matt. v. 43. — Inf. ]imV>, with 

pron. aff. and pref _i», ,0-^ > 1 mVi\^ S. John vii. 7. (See 

Cowper's Gr. § 127 (1, 2), and Paradigm.) Part. pi. ,_xifl), 

S. Luke vi. 22, 27; with affix, ^'JiiflD, S. Luke i. 71.— Constr, 

(Arii^ . 1 I 1£0, haters of good things, 2 Tim. iii. 3 ^The part. 

Peil has two forms; one of the form of verbs (J, P-TD, odious, 
hateful, used of things, S. Luke xxiii. 41. Fem. ( > ^ <"», Eph, 
iv. 29. — Pi. def ]A . Vm as above. The other follows the form 
of the regular verb, [.»JLCD, fem. ]_i_LCD, def ]Z]j_1£D, hateful, 

XX X 

used oi persons, or that which represents persons, Rev. xviii. 2. — 
PI. masc. ^UjL£D, S. Matt. x. 22, &c. Def Illj-TD, Tit. i. 16, 



S. JOHN III. 20—24. 79 

Ver. 20. Heb. ^±^, Ps. v. G, &c. Chald. ^5Jb', part, i^^t an enemy, 

with aff. Dan. iv. 16. 

— ^mmn Ai , they should he reproved — Gr. iXeyxOy — Ethpeel f ut. 3. pi. 

(with ) for subjunctive) of - mmn ^mi: (not used in Peal). 

Ethpe. - mmn 71^ Was accused, reproved. Part. . mmn AlO, 
S. Luke iii. 19. 

21. >i ' '^^^ are wrought — Icttlv clpyacrfji^va — Part. Peil pi. (for pres. 

tense). See note ch. ii. 5. ^ i, > nS> . ■ * O, badly afflicted, 
S. Matt. iv. 24. 

22. "JOOI j^^cnAk), He tarried — Sicrpt/Se— Ethpaal part, (forming imperf. 

tense) of j^^CTI, Turned. Ethpa. yt£i(JiL] , Abode, continued, had his 
conversation; followed by ^-Sd, toas removed from. — Pret. 1. pi. 

^nt^ mA<n 2 Cor. i. 12; Eph. ii. 3 Inf Q^OlAklX, 1 Tim. 

iii. 15 Part. pi. masc. ^ . ng^mAV)^ S. Matt. xvii. 22. 

23. .«^i g J '""^'^ — eyyws — Compound preposition. «n 1 .t is properly 

the constr. state of ]*^^ it; by contraction i^i-ii, A side: see note, 
ch. XX. 27. — With aff. OlCLl-it ^^, by him, near him, Acts 
xxiii. 2. 

— ■.,Vnvr>, and were baptized — koX i^aTrri^ovro — Part. pi. masc. (for 

* 7 y 

imperf. ; supply OOOl from the preceding vei'b) of ,.Sn.L (S. Matt, 
iii. 16) Washed, immersed himself, loas hajytized. — Pret. 3. sing, 
fem. 'V^^, Acts xvi. 15.— 3. pi. 0,V)S, S. Luke vii. 29.-2. pi. 

^ZyklL, 1 Cor. i. 13.— 1. pi. v^y^, Pvom. vi. 3 Fut. ^klLJ, 

S. Matt. iii. 13.— 1. sing. ,^v f, S. Luke xii. 50.— 3. pi. ^.iOLJ, 
Acts X. 47, 48.-2. pi. ^U^l, S. Matt. xx. 22, 23, &c — Tm- 
perat. .^v, ActsxxiL 16.— PI. n^v ch. ii. 38 — Inf. ,V)SV^\, 

S. Matt. iii. 7; S. Luke iii. 7, 12 Part. yLoi, S. Matt. xx. 22, &c. 

Heb. *T/bT^, stood, stood firm, endured. Gen. xxiv. 30, 31: 
Ps. xxxiii. 11. 

. p .. 7 

24. |001 ^.2U, had fallen, had been cast — rjv ftel3Xr]fj.4vo<i — Pret. 3. sing. 

with |001 forming the pluperf. tense. — Verbs neuter or intransi- 
tive are often u.sed in a passive sense. 



80 S. JOHN III. 24—26. 

Ver. 24. \i^U, Fell, fell down, also pressed upon, S. Mark iii. 10: beat 
against, of waves, ch. iv. 37. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. A\<y> i ^ S. John 
xi. 32, &c.: S. Matt. xiii. 47, Gr. /3Xr]d€L(rr}.—2.\mg. A\iu, 
Rev. ii. 5, — 1. sing. A\c^ i Acts xxii. 7. — 3. pi. q1^.2l3, S. John 
xviii. 6, &c. Fem. JL\^iJ, Acts xii. 7.-2. pi. ^AXsu, Gal. 

V. 4. — 1. pi. ^XaJ, Actsxxvi. 14 Fut. ^^\ S. Matt. xxi. 44, 

&c. : oh. v. 29, 30, Gr. /3Xr]9rj:—Fem. ^Z"(for . » \<^Z!), S. Matt. 
xxi. 44.-2. sing. ^Z", S. Matt. iv. 9:— ch. v. 25, Gr. jSXrjdTja-r], 
— ch. xviii. 8, 9; S. Mark ix. 45, 47, Gr. jB\-q6rjvaL.—^. pi. ^oXsiJ, 
S. Matt. xxiv. 29, &c.— 2. pi. ^^\2ill, 2 S. Pet. iii. 17.— 1. pi. 

VVg^ V Hebr. il 1 Imperat. ^^2), Gr. fiXyjdrjTL, S. Matt. xxi. 21 : 

S. Mark xi. 23 PI. oXs), S. Luke xxiii. 30 Inf. ^^<n 

Rom. ix. 6; ^^AloX Hebr. x. 31 Part. ^^AJ, S. Matt. xii. 11, 

«fec. : and often in a passive sense, as S. John xii. 6, Gr. ra ftaWo- 
^^va, — S. Matt. iii. 10, Gr. /JdAXcTat.— Fem. jif^ 1, S. John xii. 
24; S. Matt. x. 29.— PI. masc. ^ ^'\^\ S. Matt. xv. 14, &c. 
Heb. S^J, Ps. V. 11, &c.— Chald. ^ftj^ Dan. ii. 46, &c. 

— \l " <^ I AjuO, into prison; lit. house o/ the bound — Gr, cts 'tqv <f>vXaia]v 

— The prep. ^CD is understood, or coalesces with A . »-^ See note, 
•;j.CDJ, see note, ch. xi. 44, below. 

25. Zocn ZoOl, there had been — Gr, iyevero, E.V, there arose — Pluperf, of 

'\0C^, formed by the pret. added to its own pret. — Fem. gender, 
agreeing with the following noun. 

— "j A^o ^ a question — ^t^tijctis— Def. nf Avo noun fem. Debate, dispute. 

See Phillips, Gr. § 20. Ex. 9: Cowper, § 162, 163 (8). R. "ils, 
sought, ashed. 

Other nouns of this form, derived from verbs |J , and occurring 
in the Gospels, are '|Z]..k», IAjlD, IAjlId, ]Ai^ ; and are occa- 
sionally found pointed |Ai-0, \L\S^, &c. The pointing in the 
text is however to be preferred. 

26. m_.fcJCD, many — Gr. Travrcs. 



S. JOHN III. 27-29. 81 

Ver. 27. (TLm..£L2 Z.Q^* — Lo, of himself- — (not expressed iu tlie Gr.)— 

. -X 0, 

Z.0.O* , constr. of Q.£D» , Gr. irpdy/Jia, see note, S. Matt, xviii. 19. 
— The same phrase occurs, S. John v. 19; vii. 17; xi. 51: — Gr. 
a^ iavTOv, air ifxavTOv. 

— t I (J|, except, lit. hut if — idy fj-t]. 

28. pj (_»o_»._:i j» , I am sent — a7reo-TaA|u.€Vos el/jLi — Part. Peil clef, of -'^ > \ »^ 

Sent; forming with the pronoun, passive pres. 1. sing. For the 
verb, see note, ch. v. 36, below. 

7 V 

— .-iCnolDriDj, be/ore Him — eixirpoo-Oev Ikuvov — See note, ch. i. 15. — The 

rel. 5 is pleonastic — lit. One that is hpfore Him. 

29. (AA2, the bride — Trjv vvfi(l>r]v — Noun fern. A bride, also a daughter- 

in-law, S. Matt. X. 35; S. Luke xii. 53. 

Heb. n?3) bride, Song of Sol. iv. 8, &c. Daughter-in-law, 
Ruth i. 6. R. 773 , completed, crowned ivith a chaplet. 

~ T 

— cnlQj^j, the friend (aff. pleon.) — o <^iXos — Part, of J>Q_kj5, Loved dearly 

(see note, ch. v. 20, below). Def. |kLKj5 (S. Matt. xi. 19, &c.), 
used in this form as a noun, A friend. — PI. -def. ]iQjsj5, S. Luke 
xvi. 9; xxiii. 12.— PI. fem. def *)2\kLK.), with aff. S. Luke xv. 9. 

— ^Ir.<^> ^'J-f^ hearing — and heaveth — /cat d/coucov — Part, of Zo* Z», 

Listened, attended to. Imperat, pi. oZo» , Acts ii. 14 Part. })1. 

^_»ZL*» , Acts viii. 6. 

-p. -x y ^ -* -r. 7 

— lZ.Cj-»^, ^oij — Gr. xapa — Def. of (Oj.>j (PJiil. ii. 29; S. James i. 2), 

noun fem. Gladness, delight. With aff. t^Zo^jo, S. John xv. 11; 

•X.77 •X.77 

^aiZ.Oj-Kj, S. Luke xxiv. 41 : ^Q^ZOrJa, S. John xv. 1 1 ; xvi. 22, 
24. aiZOyjs., S. Matt. xiii. 44. — R. "j^^, rejoiced. 

— |r-»-», rejoicing, rejoiceth — Gr. x°-'-P^'- — Part, of ],_k» or «.jr>^ (ch. viii. 

56), Was joyful, glad. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. /1j,_k», S. Luke i. 47. — 
1. sing. Aj^, Phil. i. IS, &c.— 3. pi. Q_.^^, S. John xx. 20, &.c. 

—1. pi. ^,^, 2 Cor. vii. 13 Fut. 1J>»kJ, S. John xvi. 20.— 

3. pi. vPr»^, ch. iv. 36.-2. pi. '^r^/L, S. Luke x. 20.— 1. pi. 

«1>'> _ I 17. PI 

Irj^J, Rev. xix. 7 Imperat. u^r^^, as _i,_»^0 ^Ji. .-.r>-», a form 

W. C. 11 



82 S. JOHN III. 29, 30. 

Ver. 29. of salutation, 2 S. John ver. 10, and ^^ alone, ver. 11, Gr. 
Xaipeiv, Godspeed you. PI. 0_r>j, S. Matt. v. 12, ifcc. : Fern. ^_»^j»ki, 

S. Luke XV, 9 Inf. "j, v ^^n X ^ S. Luke xv. 32 Part. pi. masc. 

— ^r-K», S. Luke i. 58; S. John xiv. 28, ed. Regia, — ^the Vienna 
and others have ^AjOOI (r^^, — Coalescing with ^-J->-», — J_»j-»j, 
2 Cor. vi. 10. 

Derlv, ^Ar>^, adj. Cheerful, 2 Cor. ix. 7. ZUU>r-»^, adv. Cheer- 
fidlij, loilUngly, Acts xvii. 11, kc. 

Heb. n^in, Exod. xviii. 9. 

— W 5^. because of- — 8ta — Prep. For the sake of cve/cer, S. Matt, v, 10: 

Sia, S, Mark iv, 17; Rom. iv, 25, See note, eh. i, 15. 

— ( . \V)Vn "jcji, behold, (it is) fidfilled — Gr, TrcTrAr/pwrai — Pael part, pass. 

fern, of ULd, Was full— Vsi. . i Sk> (Acts iii. 18), Filled up, fid- 
filed, supplied. — Pret, 3. pi. n > W>, 1 Cor. xvi. 17; 2 Cor, xi. 9. 
_Fut. ]ikl3, Gal. V. 3, (fee— 1. sing. USof, S. Matt, v, 17,— 
1. pi. ULqJ, S. Matt. iii. 15 Imperat. pi, o\V>, S. Matt, xxiii. 

y 

32 Part.-UkllD, 1 Cor. xir. 16, &c. — PI. masc. ^^ . ^NVtV), 

coalescing with ^9^1) <pA > \V)V), Gal. vi. 2. — Part. pass. 
. » NV^V). 

Heb. Pi. iihf2, Ps. XX. 5, 6. 

30. 001 OJIA, for him — Gr, iK^lvov — 001, pleonastic, 

— («'^;V> \ lOOl (Jo, it was necessary to increase — Gr. Set av^dviiv — See 

note, ver, 7, above, 

Inf, (with pref. ^) of j^DJ (S. Mark iv. 8), Grew, multiplied, 
became great. — Pret. 3. sing, fern, A£D5, S, Matt, xiii, 32; S.Luke 

xiii, 19 Put. "toj, S. Mark iv. 27.-2. pi. ^jZ", Col. i. 10 

Part, }£ii, S, Luke i. 80; ii, 40, 52:— Fem, "iI_ol, Acts vi, 7, 

&c,— PI, masc. ^--»-^?, S. Matt. xiii. 30:— PI. fem. ,^iii3, ch. 
vi. 28. 

Heb. nni- Clen. i. 22; Ps. cxxxix, 18.— Chald. Hl^l. 
Dan. iv. 8, 19^ 



S. JOHN III. 30—33. 83 

Ver, 30. 5^-iIilQX, to decrease — kXaTTovaOai — Inf. (pref. _ik) of 5^, Dimi- 
nished^ became less. Pa. 3^^, Made inferior, was inferior, was 
deficient in. Pret. 1. sing. Z.5^, 2 Cor. xi. 5; xh. 11. — 2. pi. 
^ZjIrL, 1 Cor. xvi. 17; Phil. ii. 30 Fut. 'ItLj, Rev. xxii. 19. 

Ethpa. 3^Z"|, Lacked, was behind, inferior, 2 Cor. viii. 15. — 
Pret. 2. pi. ^ZjIiiZf, 1 Cor. i. 7; 2 Cor. xii. 13. 

Heb. ^^^3, cut of, awaij, Ps. Ixxvi. 13. 

- T 

31. \\vV J^,from aboDe — avwOev — See note, eh. ii. 7. 

'"^i^, preceded by _!sD is an adverb, and admits no following noun. 

v^vV followed by -lo is a preposition, and requires to be followed 

by a noun or its equivalent, as in this verse, ^i: _lD WsN, 

a^ove all — i-rrdvui Travrcov — See S. Matt. ii. 9; xxiii. 18, 20; S. Luke 

xxiii. 38; xxiv. 4. 

33. I>oA.K», he hath sealed, set to his seal — iacftpayicrev — Verb pret. 3. sing. 

Sealed, confirmed. Pret. 3. pi. oLdAj^, S. Matt, xxvii. 66 Fut. 

JsOoA^^kJ, 2. sing. iOoAjjZ'", Rev. xxii. 10. — l.pl. ^OoAj^kJ , Rev. 

vii. 3 Imperat. J>OoZLk», Rev. x. 4 Part. Peil IsQjZuj, pi. 

masc. de£ )V> .A ^. Rev. vii. 4, 5. 

Ethpeel ^^^L'f, Was signed. Pret. 3. pi. Oiolj^Zf, Rev. 
vii. 4.-2. pi. ^ALdAjoZT, Eph. iv. 30. Pael ^A>^, Signed, 
sealed — Pret. 1. sing. /^dAjo, Rom. xv. 28. — Whence is derived 
pi)A-K» or PjdAjo , noun masc. def. A sign, seal, Rom. iv. 1 1 : 1 Cor. 
ix. 2, &c.— Pi. def ]<bLL or ]k?Al*, Rev. v. 5, 9. 

Heb. Dnn? sealed, 1 Kings xxi. 8. — Dniri) <^ signet, Jerem. 

- T T 

xxii. 24 and n^nhj Gen. xxxviii. 25. — Chald. DHH, Dan. vi. 18. 
— OCn \'rJ'r^, is trice — dXr}6rj<: ecTTtv — See note, ver. 6, above. — \'r->i-*j <^^tjr. 

~ X 7 

of ;_,;_» (ch. viii. 26), adj. True, firm, sound. Of form part. Peil 

7 . P I 7 

of 5;_» ;_», Became strong. — Fem. ]^^, 2 S. Pet. i. 1 9; 3 S. John, 
ver. 12. Def IZ^j^j, S. John iv. IS; viii. 40. — PI. masc. 

X I 7 7 

^— tV-*r-* 0001, be ye firm in our Lord, Or. eppwcr^e, Acts xv. 29: 
firta in our love, Gr. uXriOtvovTis, Eph. iv. 15. — Def |V->r-*) 



84. S. JOHN III. 33-3(;. 

Ver. 33. S. John iv. 23.— PI. fern. ^]-», Phil. iv. 8.— Def. Uv^U, Kev. 
XV. 3. — Whence is derived (Z.0;_.;_», noun fern, def, Sted/asluess, 
Col. ii. 5. 

Heb, n^'ltJ^j strong, firm, only in pi. def. ^1'''^2J^, Job xl. IG. — 

• T " ■ ; 

n^TIK^j hardness of heart, Ps. Ixxxi. 13. 

34. 001 IJlOj ihe tvords — ra pyij-ara — See note, eh. i. 1. — Pronoun pleo- 

nastic. See Cowper, Gr. § 198 (1). 

— ]1 ' '^'~^ , by measure — Gr. Ik {xirpov — Noun masc. def. (pref. prepos.) A 

measure. Fern. def. form "j^;!.!^, S. Matt. vii. 2; S. Mark iv. 24; 
S. Luke vi. 38. — The masc. is especially spoken of a greater, and 
the fern, of a lesser; but not always, as in the last jilace cited. 

Eoot, Heb. 7^5) measured. Syr. Ethpe. and Aph. S. Matt, 
vii. 2. 
Transl. For it is not by measiire that God hath given, &c. 

35. ^,1d ^\d, every thing, all things — vravra — Written as one word, 

^,V>\:d, ch. iv. 25. 

36. »DQj-.£L^ALd ]j, believing not, believeth not — Gr. direiOiZv — Part, of 

.on . <yi ^^ 7] (Acts xviii. 20; xxi. 14), a verb used only in Ethpeel 
(and probably identical with .CD » ^ZZ|, see note, S. Matt, 
xxvii. 20), Obeyed, believed, assented to. — Pret. 3. pi. Q.£D_»_2i_Z,l|, 
Acts V. 39, &c.— Fern. . i mlA^Zt, 1 S. Pet. iii. 20.— 2. pi. 

^oA-mj_2l^2.T, Acts xxvii. 21 Fut. >m » ^ ..^A-J, 3. pi. 

^Qinj..2L^Aj, Rom. XV. 21.— 2. pi. ^fD i <^ jlL, Gal. v. 7 

Imperat. pi. nm , e^ 1?^^ Hebr. xiii. 17 Tnf. OCflg^ j^ZvLq^, 

Acts v. 29 Part. pi. masc. _j.£Q-»_2l^ALd, S. Luke i. 17; Acts 

viii. 6, etc. 
Deriv. ]Zq-L£Q_l-21^A1d, noun fem. def. Obedience; with ^, Diso- 
bedience, unbelief, Rom, xi. 32, &c. 

— OlUtOJ, the torath (aff. })leon.) — rj opyrj — iViiO' (^- Matt, iii, 7), def. of 

]a^.5, noun masc. Anger, indignation, fury. R. V-it'j ^l'«*' (^^WV- 
Hel). ]T\, Habak. iii. 2.— Chald. fj"), Dan. iii. 13. 



S. JOHN IV. 1—4. 85 



CHAPTER IV. 

•^ 7 1 

Ver. 1 __»> VX^j, Transl. But Jesus knew that the Pharisees heard 

(or, had lieard) that He made many disciples, ami baptized more 
than John. 

2. fD, Yet, although — Katroiye. 

Transl. Though it loas not Jesus Himself {that) baptized, &c. 

3. OT-QO^, He left it (i.e. ^nm . \ Judcea; the affixed pron. pleonastic) 

7 

— dcfyrJKe — - Pret. 3. sing, of *QjCl», Left, reserved; left behind, 
deserted; repudiated or jyut aioay a wife; dismissed, sent forth; left 
out, omitted; permitted; pardoned, remitted. Pret. 3. sing. fern. 

. 7 1> 7 

LdSl^, ver. 28; with aff. ver. 52, below. — 2. sing. Z)> O *") • , Rev. 
ii. 4, 20; with aff. S. Matt, xxvii. 46; S. Mark. xv. 34.— 1. sing. 
Lo^il, S. Matt, xviii. 32.-3. pi. nnA« S. Matt. iv. 20, 22, 
etc. — 2. pi. ^Anr:i.», eh. xxiii. 23; S. Mark vii. 8. — 1. pi. ^On 9, 

S. Matt. xix. 27, &c Put. tDOTijtJ, S. Matt. vi. 14, &c. Fem. 

- . r^n'-^mf^ 1 Cor. vii. 13. — 1. sing. ^O n »") , S. Matt, xviii. 21. 
—3. pi. ^onjQjtJ, S. Luke xix. 44. — 2. pi. ^nn >Z, S. John 
XX. 23, &c.; with aff. ch. xvi. 32.-1. pi. ^OOn %\, Acts vi. 2; 
Hebr. vi. 1 Imperat. lOOiiU, S. Matt. iii. 15, etc.: Fem. 

•X -x 

. . n o*-^ » ^ S. Mark vii. 27. — PI. CLQOn >, S. John xi. 44, &c. 

Inf. .r> A «0^\ S. Matt. ix. 6, <fec Part. .On», S. John 

x. 12, itc. — PI. niasc. . n*^ •^ S. Matt, xxiii. 14; coalescing 

7 7 I p I 

with —JLj^, —ij-Qri^, S. John xi. 48 Part. Peil .n . o « 

fem. def ]An . «^ • ct divorced wife, S. Matt. v. 32; S. Luke 

xvi. 18. — PI. masc. . n . o m ^ ftrrjlnm. sins, S. Matt. ix. 2, 5, Arc. 

Chald. p^p, Left, Dan. iv. f2, 20, 23. 

4. OtA Zooi j.'-^v^^ He must needs — fiebat ei (Scliaaf ) — eSci avrov — 

■K ~ ' 7 _ 7, .7 ^ 

Aphel part. pass. fem. of ..ClL, Did. — A ph. ,*^ v|; ]Vo7-ked, icrougJit. 

Pret. 3. sing. fem. Zji:ii.T, 2 Cor. vii. 11 Part. ^nSV), 1 Cor. 

7 7 ' _ 
ii. 6. — Part. ,*^^An Lit. z7 ia<6- t/o/te ^0 //<«i. — Tremellius (who 

. £> P 7* 

reads ( *^ vV>) and others translate Opus erat ei. 



8G S. JOHN IV. 4, 5. 

Ver. 4. Deriv. (\'^vV> noun masc. def. A worker, of wrath, Rom, iv. 15. 

The same as jjQjlil, S, James i. 25. 

I^OJi-ClLLd or \L0 1,nSV), noun fem. def. A loorhing, operation, 
Eph. i. 19; iii. 7, itc. 

Heb. Hiph. T*^yn> Caused to loork, Exod. i. 13; vi. 5. 

— ;*^'-- ^ I^P?> ^^*"^ -^6 should (JO through; lit. should go, 2^ciss through — 

Gr. SupxecrOai. — jZjj, see note, ch. i. 7. 

7 r _ 7 

;'^v \ fut. 3. sing, of ;.dl. (ch. viii. 59), Crossed, passed over, 2)assed 
&y, transgressed. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. /.^JlilL, Acts xii. 10; 1 Tim. 
ii. 14.— 1. sing. Z^.OS, S. Luke xv. 29.-3. pi. O.-nS, S. Mark 
vi. 53; — Fem. 'i*^*^ (with . paragogic), Rev, xxi. 4. — 1. jjl. 

« ;*^ v^ Acts xxvii. 5. Fut. 3. sing. fem. . t;'^v/ ^ S. Matt, 

xxiv, 34; S. Luke xxi, 32; without final •_!, S. Mark xiii. 30; 

7 -^ 

xiv. 35; S. Luke ii. 35; xvi. 17. — 2. sing. ; "^ v / , Rom. ii. 25. — 
1. sing, ^ri^f, 2 Cor. i. 16.— 3. pi. ^i^^^, S. Matt. v. 18, &c. : 
— Fem. ^"ilii.J, ch. xxiv. 35, (fcc. — 1. pi. ;nM, S. Mark iv, 35; 

S, Luke viii. 22 Imperat. :^^^ S. Luke xvii. 7 Inf. ^'-^^0n\ 

1 Thess. iv, 6 Part, {.I^ii,, S. John ix. 1, &c.; — Fem. IjJ^lL, 

Hebr. vii. 24.— PI. masc. ^^nS, S. Matt. xv. 2, &c.— Constr. 

7 

1 \\'~^*^i 1 Tim. i. 10; S. James, ii. 9. 

Deriv. r^l^, uoun masc. Transgression, Gr. 7rapdj3a(n<;, Rom. iv. 15; 
V. 14. 

Heb. *|lj;, Ps. viii. 9, &c. &c. 

— |_»'^Lq* A-»_0 ^ii, 0)1 the dwelling-2ilace, terHtori/ (lit. ho7ise) of the 

Samaritans — Gr. 8ia t^s 2a/Aapctas — Compare note, ch. ii, 16. 
5. jAj^^, tibe field, parcel of ground — Gr. tou ^piov — Fem. def. form of 
];_D, noun masc. A city, town, village, also afield, district. — PI, 
def. |Aj"^, S. Luke xiv. 21. (So some Editions: the Vienna and 
most Editions read jA-iV^i). — Strictly, part. Peil of "j^^, Heb. 
t^*lp) i-<l- n^Di "ie^ occurred. Whence, 

tIt t|t 

H(-l). l^'*'-]:;) , A town, city, Ps. xlviii, 3,— Chald. H^'lp or X^p, 
def, Xnnn,' Ezr. iv. 10, ic. 



S. JOHN IV. G. 87 

Ver. G. 1 1 I SV), the well — Tnyyi; — Noun fern, (or com.) def. A well, 
fountain. Derived from i V, an eye. PI. def. j i V vVi ^ 2 S. Pet. 
ii 17. 

Heb. pyD> A fountain, Gen. vii. 11; viii. 2. Metaph. Jb?/, 
delight, Ps. Ixxxvii. 7. 
Trans! . And there loas there the fount of the waters of Jacob. 

— JOOI ||J, was wearied — Gr. KeKOTria/cws — Part. Peil (forming imperf. 

tense) of ]]J or •_»]], Laboured, toiled, was fatigued. — Pret. 3. sing. 

fem. AjU, Rom. xvi. 6, 12.— 2. sing. Zli (J , Rev, ii. 3. — 1. sing. 
LJ^, 1 Cor. XV. 10; Gal. iv. 11.— 3. pi. Q_.]J, ver. 38, below;— 

X I 

Fem, •-fc|j 5 Phil. iv. 3: » >(i (with . paragogic), Rom. xvi. 12. — 
2. pi. ^A^]J, ver. 38, below.— 1. pi. ^]J, S. Luke v. 5 Put. 

X ^ X 

IUj, Epli. iv. 28 Inf. IJIIdI., Acts xx. 35 Part. ]]\, 1 Cor. 

XVI. 16; 2 Tim. ii, 6. — PI. masc. ^M? coalescing with ,— 1-k», 
^]J°, 1 Cor, iv. 12.— PI, fem, ^-ff, S. Matt. vi. 28; S. Luke 

xii. 27 Part, Peil pi, masc. ^tf, 1 Thess. ii. 9; v. 12; 1 Tim. 

V. 17.— Def, yy'^ S. Matt. xi. 28.— From this verb is derived 

|Zo]J, noun fem. def. Labour, hardship, 2 Cor, vi, 5; xi, 23, 
27 ; 2 Thess, iii, 8, 

Heb, nX7> Laboured, was wearied, Gen, xix. 11, 

T T 

— jjKjJOIj f l^v r~^' from, by reason of, the fatigue of the loay — Gr. Ik 

tP]<; oSotTTopta? — |IS^^, def. of ^LUL, noun masc. l^oil, labour. — 
PI. def. ]]<h\, Rev. xiv. 13.— R. VVnv Laboured. 
Heb. 7/^W, Labour, weariness, Ps. Ixxiii. 16; xc. 10. 

T ^T 

— Gl^ jOOl fc^AjO, and He sat, ivas sitting — Gr. iKuOiteTo — Pret. with 

T> ~ -n 

jOOl, forming usually the pluperfect — here the imperfect. — OX^, 
pleonastic; see Cowper's Gr. § 198 (6). 

— ^ I \.» A^, six hours, i.e. the sixth hour — Gr. wpa Iktti — See note, 

ch. i. 39. 



88 S. JOHN IV. 7—9. 

Ver. 7. |1SdZ), that site might draw — to draw — avrXijaai — See note, ch. 
i. 14. — Fut. 3. sing. fern, with pref. > having the force of the in- 
finitive, or Lat. ut with the subjunctive. 

— « I *^(n, give — Sos — Imperat. sing. fern, of iIDOlj, Gave. — See note, 

ch. i. 12. 
Transl. Give Me water (that) I may drink. 

— |A^|, {that) I onay drink — to drink — ineiv — Fut. 1. sing, (for inf. or 

subj. but without j) of |Aj», Drank.- — This verb in Peal pret. and 
imperat. always has ( prosthetic, as will appear from the following 
forms, occurring in the N.T. : 

Pret. 3. sing. masc. «_kA^|, ver. 12, below; Acts ix. 9: — Fem. 
ZliA^], Hebr. vi. 7 (this is the reading of the Par, and Lond. 
Poljglotts; the Vienna and many other Editions read A_.A-»(, 
Aph.).— 1. sing. A_,A*|, with aff. S. Matt. xxvi. 42.-3. pi. O-.Lm^, 
S. Mark xiv. 23; Acts ii. 13; 1 Cor. x. 4, &c.— 1. pi. --.A^], 
S. Luke xiii. 2G; __.Ajj, as if from (Zl»(, Acts x. 41 ; 1 Cor. 
xii. 13 (where the Par. and Lond. Polyglotts read _jA-»j) Fut. 

]E^, ver. 13, 14, below; vii. 37, ttc— 2. sing. "JA^Z", S. Luke 
xvii. 8; 1 Tim. v. 23. — 1. sing. ^A^|, here, and vei". 10, &c. — 
3. pi. ^L^, S. Mark xvi. 18.— 2. pi. ^L»£, S. John yi. 53, 

&c.— 1. pi. "|ZL«J, S. Matt. vi. 31, etc Imperat. fem. ^ZL»| 

(some read ^L»{), S. Luke xii. 19.— PI. oZl»T, S. Matt. xxvi. 27. 

Inf. I'A « O^V ver. 9, below Part. "jA^, S. John vi. 54, 56, 

&c.— PI. ^AI», S. Matt. xxiv. 38, &c. 

Heb. nnSJ', Gen. ix. 21; xxvii. 25.— Chald. r\T\^ and ^T\\^, 

T T T ; T : 

Dan. V. 1, 2, 23. — Pret. witli {< prosthetic, ver. 3, 4. 

8. ( / • o . m ^ f^f^d, meat — Gr. rpo^as— Noun fem. def. derived from ^£0 

y 7 

. . in its quadrilateral Pael (Paiel) form ;n > CO, bore, sustained, 

irreserved. 

9. |2.Ajj wiGI, that woman, the woman — ■>/ yvvrj. — w^Ol, demonstr. pron. 

fem.— PI. ^JljCTl. 



S. JOHN iV. 9-11. 89 

Vei'. 9 PlUj], Transl. IIoio {is it tJuU) Thou art a Jew, and askest 

of vie to dHnk, who am, &,c. 

— _.j_kk.«_k»A1d, traffic, have dealings — Gr. crvy^pwi'Tai — Ethpaal part. 

pi. masc. of oo»«_K», Was useful, Jit for, profitable. 

Ethpa. wKK-*.>jZ.j (Actsxxvii. 3), Conversed, was familiar witfi, 
courteous to, made use of Pret. 1. sing, Aj^»-«_kjZ], 1 Cor. ix. 15. 
—3. pi. fern. JL^^^l^I^, Rom. I 26.— 1. pi. ^> • LZf, 1 Cor. 

771. 77.. 1% 

ix. 12; 1 Thess. ii. 5 Etit. ..... m ^.Ai • — 1. smg. oj_«.>jZ.|, 

1 Cor. ix. 18 Part. ^>.^,U^b^, 1 Cor. x. 30. 

10. Q_^, if — et — Conjunction. ]j Cl_^, except, unless, S. Matt. xxiv. 

22, &c. 

Compai'e Heb. !l?X, Eccles. vi. 6: Estli. vii. 4. 

— jAlDCTIQib, tlie gift — T-qv Swpcav — Def. of ^OCJIQId, noun fern. A gift, 

svpphj. — Constr. A«-^mnVn^ by enallage for the abs. or def. form, 
Acts XXV. 11.— PL def lAi^cnoSD, S. Matt. vii. 11, kc. R. ^OlI, 
Gave. 

— ( I .^ ' J living — Gr, ^<3v — PI. masc. def (agreeing with (JLlo) of w.a.>^ 

U7 
>j, ell. vi. 51, 51, 69, (fee. — 

Fern, y-t-t^, Acts ix. 39, &c. Def. JA-»_k», Rom. xii. 1; 1 S. Pet. 

.,17 _ 7 

i. 23. — PI, masc. » « >>, Rev. xix. 20: — coalescing with --L>j, 

7X7 __ T/l " ^ 

^_J_A..k_K», Acts xvii. 28, etc. — PI. fern, def (ZvJl.>^, Acts \T[i. 38; 

1 S. Pet. ii. 5. 

Heb. ^n, Gen. xliii. 7; Ps. Iviii. 10, (fee.— Chald. ^Pt, del J<»n, 
pi. p»pl, def X-V^n, Dan. ii. 30, &c. 

11. i-ij^, my lord — E.V. Sir — Kvpu — Noun with affix. — ^Sd, def. jjiD 

(S, Matt, xi. 25), noun masc. Lord, master — Employed as a title 
of respect to a master or stranger, and to Christ Himself, by His 
Disciples, in His character as Man. — PI. _-."^, def \"^, constr. 
_-;Sd, 2 Cor, i, 24.— From this is derived l^^io or |lj5]lb, 
the Lord's Day, Rev. i. 10, JIO^Sd, noun fern, def Government, 

2 S. Pet. ii. 10; S. Jude ver. 8.— PL def T-O"^, Eph. L 21; 
CoL i. 16. 

w. c. 12 



90 S. JOHN IV. 11—14. 

Ver. 11. (JOJ, sometliing to draw toith — avrXrjfia — Noun tnasc. def. A 
vessel for drawing water. Occui's here only in the N. T. — R. |J j , 
Drew up, or out. 

— |r^5 the loell — TO ^piap — Noun fern. def. (|3^0, Rev. ix. 1, 2), A well. 

Heb. ^X5, A well, Gen. xxi. 19, &c. A pit, Ps. Iv. 24; Ixix. 16. 

.0X7 1. 7 .0X7 

— (n > V>k deep — /3a^u — Fem. of .O »^nS, def. (n i V)S, adj. Deep. — 

PI. fem. def. "J'aA "^l Rev. ii. 24. — R. .nVr>v Pa. ,nV^S, 
Made deep. 

Heb. pbjj, Ps. Ixiv. 7.— Chald. p^j^^J^, pi. fem. def. ^<np^Dy, 
Dan. ii. 22. ' ' ^ ^ ' 

12. (^ \^ Gi'. iirj; — Interrogative particle, answering to the Lat. Num, 

ne forte? — Also, An, as in vei\ 29, Gr. iirjTL owtos lariv o Xptcrrds; 
which Prof. Scholefield would translate Is this the Ch7'ist?; and 
ver. 33, Gr. [jli^ti^, hath any man? See also S. Mark ii. 19. — Also 
Lat. Ne, as in S. Matt. viii. 4. Used also in the direct qiiestion, 
Why, for lohat purpose? S. Luke xiii. 9. 

— QUA, his cattle — to. ^pe/x/xara avTov — Noun pi. with affix. — PJL, a 

collective noun of com. gender, Sheep, cattle, a jloek, S. John x. 1, 
and frequently throughout the chaptei'. It is always marked with 
Ribui, but is singular (as in eh. x. 16), as well as pi. in signi- 
fication. 

Heb. [X^, Gen. iv. 2, &c. 

13. |Cn^, sludl thirst— Sn}/y]o-€L — Fut. 3. sing, of |(n» , Was thirsty. — Pret. 

1. sing. AjOI. , S. Matt. xxv. 35, 42 Fut. 1, sing. ](J\f], ver. 

15, below. — 3. pi. ^Ol^J, Rev. vii. 16 Part. Peil ]ai., S.John 

xix. 28; S. Matt. xxv. 37.— Def. ]LgiI, S. INIatt. xxv. 44.— PI. 

masc. —jOI* , S. Matt. v. 6; coalescing with ^_L>j, _Lj01» , 1 Cor. 
iv. 11. 

U7 
01 ♦, noun masc. def. Thirst, 2 Cor. xi. 27. 

X r. ^ 7 ^ _ ^ ^ ^ 

14. _*_lJ2iJj I i Ld? , of water, springing up — Gr. rSaros aXXofievov — Part. 

7 

pl. masc. of MlOJ, Buhhled forth. Occurs in Peal here only in 
tl)f> N. T. 

Heb. J^^^ Ti-ov. xviii. 4. 



S. JOHN IV. 15—20. 91 

Ver.l5. ]-».1^5, drawing, to draw — Gr. avrXiiv — Part. fem. of jjj, Dreio 
up, drew out. — Part. (Jj, S. Luke xiv. 5. — Occurs not elsewhere 
in the N. T. 

Heb. rh^, Exod. ii. 16, 19. 

T T 

— P5C7I ^Sd, /ro7n hence — Compound adverb. — So pJOT-ik (ver. 16), 

hither. 

p5oi (S. Matt. xii. 6, 42, &c.), adv. Here, in this veri/place — 
Comp. of p + 5(71. 5(71 is a particle of emphasis (by some re- 
garded as the same with ]c7l, behold); added to p, /iere, and ^ ^ , 
there, S. Mark xiii. 21. 
Transl. Give me o/ these waters, that I thirst not again, neither come 
to draw from hence. 

16. . 1 \l, go — vTraye — Imperat. fem. of \>l"), Went. See note, eh. i. 37. 

— . I n >SnN, thy husband — t6v avSpa aov — Noun with aflf. 2. sing. fem. 

and pref li of the object. \iJLO, def. ji^riD (ver. 17, below), 
noun masc. Lord, 7nasfer, husband. The abs. form occurs only in 
conjunction (often united) with other words, as f*^*^. Vv*"^^ 
enemy, S. Matt. v. 43; |i .,\v«^ adversary, S. Matt. v. 25; 
j2.0*^*^,\s,O, S. Luke xxiii. 12. See notes in these places 
respectively. — PI. « ^^*^, ver. 18, below. 

Heb. 7^3) Lord, Isa. xvi. 8; Husband, Exod. xxi. 3. 

X 7 _ 

17. i_a_2-», rightly, loell — KaXoIs — Adj. Right, handsome, goodly, here used 

adverbially. Def. l;"' ^ «, S. Matt. xxvi. 10; S. Mark xiv. 6.— 
Pem. l[i Wm, S. Mark vii. 27; ix. 50: Def. P .- . ^« , S. Luke 

X I 7 .■^ X 7 

viii. 8. — PI. masc. .."^.Sij, def. (;' . c^ «^ S. John x. 32, 33, kc 

1. y .p. X 7 

— PI. fem. ^,' - «=^ « ^ Hebr. vi. 9. — Def. y",^^^, S. Luke xxi. 5. 

7 

— R. rSut, Was elegant. 

Chald. y^V^, Fair, beautiful, Dan. iv. 9, 18. 

18. \jl}JX»^ , five — TreVrc — Cardinal numb. masc. — Fem. - » ^ - '^ cli. vi. 9. 

Heb. nt^/Dn? masc. Exod. xxi. 37. 

T • -; ■• 

20. pQ-4i 'iiounlain — Gr. to3 o/iet — Def. of JO.^ (^- ^li^tt.. xxvi. 30; 



J)2 S. JOHN IV. 20—23. 

Ver. 20. S. Mark xiv. 26), noun masc. A mountain, rocJc. — PI. def. IjQ^, 
S. Mark v. 5, &c. 

Heb. 15)5^, Bock, Ps. xviii. 3. — Chald. "l^jtO, Mountain, Dan. 
ii. 35.— Def. X^ilD, ver. 45. 

T 

— Oj_.t_CD, VJorshipjyed — TrpocrcKvvrjcrav — Pret. 3. pi. of , . « ""> (ch. ix. 38), 

Adored, worship])ed. Pret. 3. sing. fern. 7, it <^, S. Matt, xv. 25, 

&c. — 3. pi. fern. Ji,».,u-CD, S. Matt, xxviii. 9 Put. 3Q-.1 CTll, 

1 Cor. xiv. 25.-2. sing. j(L.^"Z, S. Matt. iv. 9, 10, &c. — 1. sing. 
jO^^f, S. Matt. ii. 8. — 3. pi. ^. \\"^\ ver. 23, 24, below. — 
2. pi. ^, .. m/ ^ ver. 21, below Imperat. jQ-^^LjaD, Rev. xxii. 9. 

— PI. 05Q_^i^_CD, ch. xiv. 7; xix. 10 Inf. , .. fY^VnX in this 

verse; ch. xii. 20; S. Matt. ii. 2 Part. pti^-CD, pi. masc. >, .i "">, 

ver. 22, 24, below; — coalescing with -, I.kj, _i_»j_HL_CD, ver. 22, 
below. 

Heb. *T-!lD) Worshipjjed idols, Isa. xliv. 15, 17, 19; xlvi. 6. — 
Chald. *^yO^ with S of the object, Dan. ii. 46.— Put. 1ilp\ 
ch. iii. 5, 6, &c. 

•X »7 

22 ^^1> Transl. Ye worship what (something) ye know not; hut 

V)e loorship that which toe Jcnoio. 

— 5 R^5 that which, what — o — J ]ii>, relative, with pref. X of the 

object. 

7 .T, 

23. 5 .^ASd|, lohen — oVe — Adverb of time. When not followed by 5, it 
is interrogative When? Gr. tto'tc; — ch. vi. 25. — Other combina- 
tions are ^.Ak)]] pDA> how long?, S. Matt. xvii. 17, &c. — vO 
5 wjAsb] , as often as, S. Mark v. 4, 

— ]^0 , . m the loorshippers — ol irpocTKvvrjTat — PL def. of 5Q_i(l_CD, def. 

1^0 .. nn^ noun masc. A worshipper. — Occurs in this verse only in 
the K T.— R. ,.^1^2), Worshipped. 

— .... [^Ij'l fcSJ, Tran«l. For indeed the Father seeketh worshippers such 

as these. 
OOT, pleonastic; Cowpcr's Gr. § 198 (1). 



S. JOHN IV. 25—31. 93 

Ver. 25. ^<^\*^n teaching: He will teach, tell — ai/ayyeXet — For >e^\( V p ^ 
Pael part, of v£i_^, for which ''^^ \ - is in common use (see note, 
ch. vi. 45, below), Learned. 

Pa. k^L-^j Taught, S. Luke xi. 1 : — with affix, S. John viii. 28. 

— Pret. 2. sing. L^ll^, S. Luke xiii. 26. — L sing Lsi.^, 

S. John xviii. 20 Fut. c21a]j, ch. vii. 35; or ^£iSj, S. Matt. 

V. 19; with afF. S. John xiv. 26. — I. sing. fc£l_^, Acts xx. 20. — 

3. pi. ^n'^\^, Acts iv. 18.— 2. pi. ^^\L, ch. v. 28 Imperat. 

^Jl^, 1 Tim. iv. 11, etc.:— with aff. S. Luke xi. 1.— PI. CL21.1^, 

S. Matt, xxviii. 20 Inf. n c^\^\ g. Matt. xi. 1, &c Part. 

fern. "jAliL, Uev. ii. 20.— PI. masc. liiXk), S. Matt. xv. 9, 

V 7 1.7 

&c.: — coalescing with ^-J~kj, . 1 i <=^ W), Col. i. 28. — Constr. 

,"i '^\V>, S. Luke V. 17.— PI. fern. ,_AXSd, Tit. ii. 3 Part. 

pass. -g^V^^ fern. ]<^\V), S, Matt. xiv. 8,— PI. masc. def. 

7 

]g^ \V) ch. vi. 45, below. 

Heb. &7i^, Learned, once, Pro v. xxii. 25. — Pi. & pj^, Taught, 
Job XV. 5, &c. 

28. mAxn o her waterpot — rrjv vSpiav avTrj% — (A\o n ^ noun fem. def. 

with aff. 3. sing. fem. Occui-s here only. 

29. 5 IsOrSO ^oO, all things that, everything thai— Gr. Traira ocra — See 

note, ch. i. 3 (^^). 

— Q_»001, he is — this is, — is this ? — ovto's Io-tlv — For 001 001, the second 

Ol changed for ._. moveable. 

31. ' ^m A 1 . »-^ in the midst of these things, — in the meanwhile — Gr. 
iv Tw fxera^v — See note, ch. i. 26, 

— -nrivx eat — <^ay€ — Tmperat. of -fy^ \ or -mv\ (S. Luke iv. 2), Ate. 

Fut. -rnvV\ S. Matt. XV. 20; S. Luke vii. 36.-2. sing. 

.pnv\7'] s. Matt. xxvi. 17.-1. sing. .mS^, S. Luke xvii. 8. — 

1. pi. *QQi»_^J, ch. xxii. 8 Tmperat. pi. QHliili, S. Luke x. 8 

Inf. .pnyV VtV S. John xxi. 5, »tc. 



94 S. JOHN IV. 31—34. 

Ver. 31. A ph. .m\-^, Gnawed, part. pi. raasc. . m v\V) Rev. xvi. 

10. Another reading is . m v \V) Pa. part. 
32. ^AXaDfib, food, meat — /Jpwcrtv — Noun fern. — With aff. 1. sing., ver. 
34. — Another fern, form is |Io]Sd, Rom. xiv. 17; Col. ii. 16; 
Hebr. ix. 10.— PI. clef. "jAlr)]k?, Meats, 1 Tim. iv. 3. — R. 
^1", Ate. 

Compare Heb. 7^^5^, masc. Food, Gen. ii. 9: — ri7bX0> iem.. 
food for fire, Isa. ix. 4, 18: and by contraction Tw''2'!2, 1 Kings 
V. 25. 

— 5 1^1, such as, that — yv — Relat. pron. fem. 

34. ■ ' \ »; The possessive pron. ^^j (see note, ch. i. 11), with its affixes, 
gives peculiar energy to the noun to which it refers: more espe- 
cially when, as here, the affix is likewise added to the noun. So 
• ' ^ -> . > \Vn\ to My ivords, ch. v. 47. — See also S. Mark 
ii. 18. 

— ..j01Q_jl1Q-1-»J0, and that I should finish, and to finish (affix pleon.) 

— Kol TeXuwcruy — Supply ) from ,,£lL|5 in the preceding clause, as 
tva in the Greek. — The first vowel remitted to O. 

Pael fut. 1. sing, of I>Q_L» or I>qX^, Comjjleted. — Pa. ^>Q_i^ 
(S. Matt. vii. 28), Finished, coynjjleted, lyerfeded, hid farewell. — 
Pret. 1. sing. AVn\ « with afi". S. John xvii. 4. — 3. pi. oloX*, 

S. Luke ii. 39 Fut. V>^ « \ S. Matt. xvii. 11.— 2. sing. J^ClL.!, 

S. Matt. V. 33.— 1. sing. :>CL^l" S. Lukeix. 61.— 3. pi. yO^pN ■ 1, 

Rev. xi. 7.-2. pi. ^akil^Z, S. Matt. x. 23 Imperat. 'X^\9, 

2 Tim. iv. 5.— Pi. ololLL, 2 Cor. viii. 11 Inf. ^<^Vlvr>\ 

S. Luke xiv. 29, 30 Part. J>qS.1id, Acts xiii. 25.— PI. masc. 

> V>\ « V) Gal. iii. 3; Hebr. ix. 6 Part. pass. JsoX-LLd, 

S. John xix. 30; 1 S. John ii. 5. 

From this conjugation is derived _^Cl\j».1d, adj. Perfect, 
2 Tim. iii. 17. 

Heb. Pi. D?SJ^, Fhmhed, 1 Kings ix. 25: Mchde secure, S oh 

viii. 6: — Restored, 2}cud bach, Ps. xxxvii. 21. Requited, recom- 
pensed, Vs. Ixii. 13. 



S. JOHN IV. 35, 36. 95 

Ver. 35. p.^5],/o?(r — Cai-cl. numb. masc. — Fem. M^?|, S. Luke ii. 37. 

y I » p y 

,, tnonths — PI. of «~kj;^, noun masc. A month. Def. |-Ki;_t, 
S. Luke i. 26, 3l. RPl. def. \Lil, S. Luke i. 24. 

Heb. rr\\ Exod. ii. 2.— Chald. m, pl- \'ny_, can. iv. 26; 
Ezr. vi. 15. 
'jp^^^, the harvest — d depia-fxo^ — Noun masc. def. — With afF. S. Matt. 
ix. 38; S. Luke x, 2. — R. >^, Heaped. 
Transl. Saij ye not, that after four months cometh the harvest? 

V 7 

o5aj^5, tltat they have become white, are tohite — otl Xi-vKai dai — Pret. 
3. pl. (pref. conjunct, j with '' before a vowelless consonant) of 

, y 

>Q.>j, Was or became tvhite. 

y y 5' 7 

Pael 5Q-k», Made white. — Pret. 3. pl. o5Q-k», Pev. vii. 14 — 
Part. pass. hO-t^^lD, fem. def. ]Z.5Q_K»isD, whited wall, Acts 
xxiii. 3, 

Heb. ^in, once, Isa. xxix. 22. 

— T 

y 

Qj-^Ido, and have arrived, reached — Pael pret. 3. pl. (pref, o) of 
l-^iD, Came, found. 

y 

Pa. • « (\ ^ (S. Luke xix. 29, &c.) the same as Peal in mean- 
ing.— Pret."2. pl. ^pL».^, Hebr. xii. 4.— 1. pl. ,_»-^, Acts 

xxi. 3, &c Put. iJiDJ. 1- sing. W^t Pl^il- iii- H 1'*'"*- 

] ^VnV) ^ Acts ix. 3; xxii. 6. — Pl. masc. ^^ » 5V>^0, ch. xxvii. 13. 

Ethpaal . . 5 ^^"), Reached. Part. pl. ^^u^^Ak), coalescing 

with ^Lk., ^I^^IdALd, 2 Cor. X. 14. 
Transl. That they are white, and have arrived at han'vest already. 
5^5, that reajyeth — Gr. OepL^w — Part, (pref rel. j) of J^, Reaped. 

— Pret. 3. pl. 05<_KJ, S. James v. 4 Put. jO^j^kJ, 2 Cor. ix. 6; 

Gal. vi. 8. Inf. ?1k>V^\, ver. 38, below Part. pl. masc. 

^5^, S. Matt. vi. 26; S. Luke xii. 24. 

Ethpeel 3LK»ZV(or Ethpa. j^Z]), Was renjyed. — Pret. 3. sing. 

fem. Z.J^jjZ.(, Rev. xiv. 16. 
l^-i"), ?m<7^.s- — ixia-Ooi — Noun masc. W<([f^.<i, n-ward. H. 'f.^, Trafficlced. 



36. 



DG S. JOHN IV. 3G, 37. 

Ver. 36. •-•-L^O, and gathering , gathereth — koI avvdyeL — Part, (with pref. 

7 

o) of - « ^ ^ (S. Luke V. 1), Congregated, collected together, resorted, 
heaped together. Pret. 3. sing. fern. tfOiLA^ , Acts xiii. 44. — 3. pi. 

n m. y^ S. Mark vii. 1 : — Fem. . '»' ■ m, Acts ix. 39 Put. 

■ « n 1 '-M Part. fem. [.a-lD, S. Matt, xxiii. 37; S. Luke xiii. 34, 

Part. Peil - « « i ^ (actively), S. Luke xiv, 2 : — Fem. ].«_*-LI3, 

■S. Mark i. 33.— PI. masc. ^ - ■» - ■'"^, S. Matt, xviii. 20, &c.— 

7 7 

coalescing with — J-kj, i . » ^ ^ ^, Acts xv. 25. — PL fem. 
• . ^ n ^ Acts xvi. 13. — From this is derived ^»_»Q_LD, noun 
masc. def. An assembly, gathering together. Acts xix. 39, &c. — PI. 
(of fem. form) _j_«Q_LD, Acts xxii. 19. — There is also a pi. masc. 
def, 1'.' • !-) 1 n not occuriing in the N. T. 

Heb. DJ3, Ps- xxxiii. 7.— Chald. tJ^J^, i^f- ^^^^2^, to assemble, 
Dan. iii. 2. 

— ]^]£, fruits, fruit— Gi\ Kap-rrov—Fl def, of ]b]£i (S. Mark iv. 28, 29; 

S. Luke i. 42), noun masc. def. Produce, fruit, of the earth or 
trees. Pi. ^J^Si, 1 Cor. xiv. 14. — R. \^, Aph. s^\2^, Made 
fertile, produced fruit. 

Heb, nS, Gen. i. 11, 12.— R ,113, Gen. i. 22; Ps. cxxviii. 3. 

• ; T T 

— Cogn. 5^13, Hiph. Hos. xiii. 15, 

T T 

— p.o5l, the sower, he that soweth — Gr. d cnrtLpwv — Noun masc. def. A 

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sower. — P. ^5l, Soived. 

— 1)0 ^-K», the reaper, he that reapeth — Gr. d Oepi^wv — Noun masc. def A 

reaper. — PI, def. j^O^^Kt, S. Matt, xiii, 30, 39; S, James v, 4, — 
E,, ?^-»Jj Reaped. 

— "|,_kko], together — d/xov — Adverb compounded of |,-k» + y^, lit. as one. 

Transl. And he that soweth and he that reapeth shall rejoice together. 

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37. _j^.K»|0...— j;-K»], one... and another — ttA./\os...Kat aX\o% — See note, 
ch. i, 35, 
Transl, One is the sutver, and another {in) the reaper. 



S. JOHN IV. 37—40. 07 

7 \ r '•' 

Ver, 37. ^^)l, sowing, soioeth — Gr. o cnrupm- — Part, of vj,5^ (S. Matt. xiii. 4), 
Sowed, scattered seed, disjjersed. — Pret. 2. sing. ZiLjI, S. Matt, 
xiii. 27; xxv. 24; S. Luke xix. 21.— 1. sing. A^Jl, S. Matt. xxv. 

26; S. Luke xix. 22.— 1. pi. ^Jl, 1 Cor. ix. 11 Put. \ioJlJ — 

luf. VX5|in^, S. Matt. xiii. 3, &c Part. pi. ^^ i \h\, S. Matt. vi. 

26; S. Luke xii. 24 Part. Peil "^M, fern. U^ll, S. Matt. 

xiii. 19.— PL masc. ^> v^M. 1 S. Pet. i. 1.— PI. fern. ^'i\, 
S. James i. 1. 

Heb. '^^, Gen. xlvii. 23. 

42. mi . V .. Vo tJie Saviour — (aff. pleon.), — d loirrjp — - i t^JiD, def. 
P^j-jv-kLd (Acts V. 31), noun masc. A Saviour, Giver, Preserver of 
life. Fem. def. jA . i . ^..Vo the life-giving, quickening. Spirit, 

1 Cor. XV. 45 Formed from the Aph. part, of |^.Kt , Lived, Aph. 

•_k.>^|, Caused to live, part. Ij^kIsD. 

44. ;iIljAlD, honoured, is honou7'ed, hath honour — Gr. tlixtjv i.\u — Ethpaal 

7 1 7 7 •.^^ 

part, of I ^ -J Was heavy. Ethpa. ^£uZ.|, Was held in honour. 
4."). \iD (ZoZl, all the signs, ivondars — Gr. iravra, all the things. 
46. ,d^, a servant — Noun masc. — Def. j.*^^, eh. viii. 34, &c. — PI. 

I 7 »7. .. 7 * 7 

_j,i2Ll, def. (,«^^j ch. XV. 15, &c. R. ;^^ii», Did, performed. 

Heb. ^^J^, Gen. ix. 25.— Chald. *73j;, Dan. iii. 26; vi. 21; 
Ezr. V. 11. ' ' 

— [li^lb ,nS, A King''s minister, courtier, nohlerna7i — Gr. ySacriXtKos — 

Compare *;T7^""T^V, Ebedmelech the Ethiopian in the court of 

Zedekiah, Jer. xxxviii. 7. 

7 

Ti'ansl. And there was in Cai^ernaiun a certain (,j^, oivp) noble- 
man, d;c. 

— lOOl OT_»^D, was sick — rjcrOiveL — OT-i^-D, adj. Sick, diseased, weak, 

infirm. — Def. joij^, ch. v. 7. — Fem. |ai-i^O, 1 Cor. viii. <. — 
PI. ^^J^, S. Luke iv. 40; x. 9.— Def. loi^V^, S. John v. 3. 
Of form part. Peil of CTI^ , Was sick (Peal not used). Ethpoel 
<JI^DZ]''(Rom. iv. 19; Phil. ii. 26, 27), Tl'a^ sick, infirm. Pret. 3. 

sing. fem. Zcjl;i:Zf, Acts ix. 37 Part. OI^Ak^, 2 Cor. xi. 29. 

W. ('. ' 13 



98 S. JOHN lY. 46, 47. 

Vor. 4G. Whence also is derived 

(ZocjLi;^, noun fern. def. Sickness, weakness, hifirmity, Rom. vi. 19, 
«fec. — Constr. ZoCTLi;^, Gal. iv. 13. 

47 pen. Transl. TJds (man) heard that Jesus was come. ..and loent 

to Him, and besovght Him, <£r.. 

— ■ Iropo, and that He tvould heal, and heal — koI Ida-qraL — Pael fut. 
3. sing, of \SIi\, Cured, used only in tlie form of a participial noun, 
]1sd(, see note, S. Matt. ix. 12. 

Pa. • > <^] (S. Matt. iv. 24, &c.). Healed, cured. Fut. 1. sing. 

"1^1, S. Matt, xiii. 15.— 3. pi. ^aiD]j, S. Mark iii. 15 Imperat. 

Imf, S. Luke iv. 23.— PL OTo]', S. Matt. x. 8; S, Luke x. 9 

Inf. Qj^lki^l, S. Matt. x. 1, &c Part. Iiclk), S. Matt. iv. 23, 

&c. — PI. masc. ,_k^)k), S. Mark vi. 13; S, Luke ix. 6. 

— Z\V)V)\, to die — a.Tro$ui](TK€Lv — Inf. (witk pref. A) of A . V) (cli. viii. 

7 

52, 53), Hied, was dead. This verb preserves v^ in the preterite, 
and in its other forms follows the paradigm of verbs Q_L. See 
Phillips § 42; Cowper § 120 (4). Pret. 3. sing. fem. tb^, 
S. Matt. ix. 18, 24, &c.— 1. sing. ^LJ^, Rom. vii. 10; Gal. ii. 19. 
—3. pi. oL^, S. John vi. 49, 58, <fec.— 2. pi. ^LlSd, Rom. 

vii. 4, &c.— 1. pi. yL^, Rom. vi. 2, 8; vii. 6 Fut. ZoV)1, 

S. John vi. 50, &c. — 1. sing. Zok)], Acts xxi. 13; 1 Cor. ix. 15. — 
3. pi. ^ZoiOJ, S. Matt. xxvi. 52.-2. pi. ^oZqIdZ, S. John viii. 

21, 24.— 1. pi. ZqIdJ, ch. xi. 16 Inf AIqLD, S. Matt. xv. 4; 

1 Cor. ix, 15 Part. D^, ver, 49, below, »fec. : — another form is 

L i I V), witli the signification of part. Peil, or a verbal adjective, 
Dead, Hebr. xi. 4.— Fem. "|Li^, S. John xii. 24; S. Mark ix, 
44, 46, 48.— PI. masc. >A . V> 1 Cor. xv. 22: — coalescing with 

-JL»a, __l_»A-klD, Rom, viii. 36, &c Part, Peil (used as a par- 

ticipial noun) A-lId, Acts xx. 9, &c. — Def ]A . Vn S. John xi. 
39, 44 ; see note, ch. ii. 22, above. 

Doriv. jZo>.Q_LiD, noun fem. dcf. Jlortaliti/, with |J, Tmmor- 



S. JOHN IV. 47—51. 99 

Ver. 47. tality, 1 Cor. xv. 53, 54. ")2.oA-tlD, noun fern. def. The dying, 
mortality, with aff. 2 Qov. v. 4; aff. pleon. ch. iv. 10. 
Heb. ni;^:, Gen. ii. 17. 

48. jZ'^jZ, loonders — ripara — PI. def. of ]}iD5Z, noun fern, A ivonder, 

prodigy.— Def. ^ZjoSdjZ^ S. Matt. xxi. 42; S. Mark xii. 11.— 
PI. yf^yl. — P. -^y (in Ethpael only), Wondered. 

49. Za.Kj, comedown — KaTd/3r]6t — Im-perat. oi Lji^, Descended. See note, 

ch. i. 32. 

— |j.X^, the child — TO TraiStov — Def. of |l^ (ch. xxi. 18), noun masc. An 

infant, child, young man. With aff. rn » ,\ ^ , S. Matt, viii, 1 3 : 
.-».-».^.4> ^^^- 6> 8: S. Luke vii. 7. — Fern, form ] » V |^ , A girl, 
maid, damsel, Def. ^A . \^ S. Matt. ix. 24, 25, &c.— PI. masc. 
^■'S(^, 1 Cor. xiv. 20, &c.— Def. Yi^j, S. John xxi. 5.— PI. 
fern. ^;\^, 1 Tim. v. 2, 11, 14; Tit. ii. 4.— Of form part. Peil 
of|J_^, Was fresh, recent. 

Heb. n7tD) A young animal, lamb, 1 Sam. vii. 9; Isa. Ixv. 25. 

Also ^StD, the same; PI. D^xSl2 for wh"^, Isa. xl. 11. 
• : ■ T ; -T : 

51. wiOIQAjI, they met him — d.TrrjVTr)(Tav avnZ — Pret. 3. pi. (with aff.) of 

VJjj, Met, happened, hefel. Pret. 3. sing, with aff. Acts viii. 27; 

X. 25.— Pret. 3. fern. Aljf, with aff. otA:^>V> S. John xi. 30 

Put. VXojU, 2. pi. ^5lZ", Eph. vi. 13 Inf. Vi^linX, S. Luke 

xiv. 31 Part. Vi3]', Acts xx. 22. 

— v-»010;*^CY)0, and they told him — Gr. koX aTTT^yyeiXav — -Pad pret. 3. pi. 

(with aff.) of ^^ICD, Thought, supposed, hoped. 

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Pa. i^^rn (Acts x. 36, ifec). Announced, brought news ; trusted, 
hoped, S. John v. 45. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. /.j^lCD, ch. xx. 18; 
S. Mark xvi. 10.— 1. sing. Z;AcD, with aff. 1 Cor. xv. 1, 2; Gal. 
iv. 13.— 2. pi. ^7 .Ar^ S. John v. 45.— 1. pi. ^-nm, Eph. i. 12. 
Put. ;-ClCQJ, with aff. Gal. i. 8. — 1. siug. ^Aco], Pom. i. 15, 

■J, 7 

tkc. — 3. pi. ^;,ami, S. Matt. xii. 21; Horn. xv. 12. — 2. [A. 
^i^ZiCoZ, 1 S. Pel. ii. 9. — 1. 111. .-nrnJ, Acts x\i. 10 luipcrat. 



100 S. JOHN IV. 51, 52. 



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Ver. 51. -r^SD, S. Luke ix. 60. — PI. 0'^£D, 1 S. Pet. i. 13 Inf. 

OfAmkA, S. Luke iv. 18 Part. .-nrnV), S. Luke ii. 10:— 

.0 7 T 7 

Fern. (;'-^m^n^ Rom. viii. 19. — PL masc. __.j.mrDiD, S. John 

7 7 I 7 

V, 39; S. Luke ix. 6: — coalescing with ^-3->^) —l-i^JCiCDiD, Acts 

7 7 e 7 

xiii. 32, «tc. — constr. ■ .••«^mV>^ Rom. x. 15. — PI. fern. ^;nmV), 
Acts xxvi. 7; 1 S. Pet. iii. 5. 

Heb. Pi. ^^^, Waited for, hoiyed, Ruth i. 13; Ps. civ. 27; 
cxix. 166. 
52. (^ M*^? > *^ what (hour, or time) ? — Interrog. pron. masc. with prefixed 
preposition, and 5 introducing the question. 

— hA) iini^t hour — Gr. T-qv wpav — Def. of # ,A, noun masc. Time, point 

of time, opportunity. — ^,^ ^^0:0, at every time, always, S. Luke 
xviii. 1, 5. The words are joined, S. John vii. 6. — Constr. 

• p 7 P * 

\\JSUt t r^, in the time of the morning, early in the morning, Gr. 
vVo Tov opdpov, Acts V. 21. — PI. def. ]j,-L, 1 Thess. v. 1. 

Chald. VT^, def. {<i1J^, Time, and s])ecially a year. PI. 

Vy^V.^ ^^^- "• ^' ^^- ^^'> ^^- ^■"^' ^^- 

— ^^n\ .../ ] J he was made whole, became well — Gr. Kofjuporepov to-^c, began 

to amend. — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing, of i<l\>j. Was strong, robust; 

aX^o Dreamed.— Fvii. isOoX^KJ, 3. pi. ,nV)\K»J, Acts ii. 17. 
Heb. 07(1 5 Was strong, sound, Job xxxix. 4. Dreamed, Gen. 

— T 

xxxvii. 5, ikc. 

Ethpe. Was made whole, convalescent. — Pret. 3. sing. fern. 

'aC^\JJ]" Rev. xiii. 12 Put. U))\^Lj, fern. . iV)Sk>2X', 

S. Mark V. 23.-2. sing. Uil^LI^, S. John v. 6.-3. pi. 

^oLq^^Aj, S. Mark xvi. 18 Part. UlSi.j^^, S. John v. 4.— 

PI. masc. ^.C^V^AVn S. Matt. xv. 31; Acts v. 16. 

— .. 1 NV)/ j , yesterday — ;^^£s — Adverb of time. — ^1d2.| , Hebr. xiii. 8. 

Compare Heb. ^i/!:^^^, Ps. xc. 4; Sto^^, 1 Sam. x. 11; 
Sl^nX, Isa. XXX. 33,— Also h)^J^, Exod. v. 8, 14; Job viii. 9. 

~ - 7 7 

V^n a *~), at seven hoars, at the seventh hour — wpav £/38o/i»;i' — ■ 



S. JOHN IV. 52—54. V. 2. 101 

V .07 

Ver. 52. ^*^ *; card. numb. fern, (for Ordinal). Masc. (V''^ _>^ S. Matt. xv. 
34. See note, ch. i. 39, 

Heb. y!l2J^, Gen. v. 7, &c., H'j^^p, niasc. Numb, xxiii. 1, 
&c. — Chald. ny!3SJ^> masc. Dan, iii. 19, &c. 

— |A-»|» the fever — o Trupcro's — Noun fern. def. — so always pointed, though 
the more regular form would seem to be |A^]. 
Compare Heb, ^^,Jlre. 

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53. ...^,jO, Transl. And his father knew that this took place in that hoar 

in lohich &c. 
54r. —jZjZj \L\, the miracle that (is) two, — the second miracle — Bivrepov 

crrj/xeLov — See note, ch. iii. 4; and vi. 7, below. 



CHAPTER V. 

7 

[The connnon prefixes, as *^, ?, O, O, &c. will not hereafter be noticed, 
, unless necessary.] 

2. "jZ^Oj, a place — Def. of poj (ch. x. 1, xx. 7, «tc.), noun fem. A place. 
— POJ [OOpd, in divers places, S. Matt. xxiv. 7 ; S. Mark xiii. 8; 
S. Luke xxi. 11, — Constr, AoOj, Phil. ii. 16. (Transl. That ye 
may he to them in the place of salvation, to my glory in the day of 
Christ.)— Yl. def. "lAlioj, S. John xx. 25; S. Luke xiv. 7. 

•X 

Masc. abs. form yO}, S. Luke ix. 6. 

— ^AjjOlQiiDj, of washing. — Gr. KoXv/x/BrjOpa — Noun fem. def. A 

» P -X .. 7 

washing, baptism, place for washing. PI. def. (Aj?oV)SV>, 

7 '^ 7 

S. Mark vii. 8. R. r^^ll, Immersed, Aph. part. ,V>\V>, 

— dl£D ]o01 Aj]o, and there loere {was) in it — Gr. Ixpvcra, having — 

]c(n Aj] used impersonally, referring to a noun in the plural. 
Compare the French it y a, and Genu, c^ gicbt. 
For ]f£a>j Aj.^, see note, S. Luke i. 25. 



102 S. JOHN V. 2, 3. 

Ver. 2. ^a^SCi], 2)orches—(TTod<:—Fl of Iq-^I (^h- x. 23; Acts iii. 11), 
noun masc. A porch. Derived from the Greek word in the text. 

7 -BO 

3. 0001 ' ^\ were lying, lay — Gr. KariKuro — Part. pi. masc. (forming 
iraperf. tense) — agreeing with (liciL, a noun of multitude^ — of |Ld5, 
Cast, laid, threw down. The part. act. (if the word be coiTectly 
pointed) is used in the sense of the passive (part. Peil) 0001 . i V)3, 
compare Acts v. 15, Or the passage may be translated, And in 
these (^porches) they laid down, or used to lay down, Lat. dejicle- 
hant. The use of this verb in Peal is confined to its participles. 
Part. act. |Ld5 , S. John xx. 25, &c. — PL masc. coalescing with 

^jo, _J-jJiD5, S. James iii. 3 Part. Peil P^D), S. John v. 6: 

xiii. 2. — Fem. ( - Vi>^ S. Matt. viii. 14, tkc. — PI. masc. „ » V>3 , 
Acts V, 15. 

Ethpeel . . V)t/ \ (Kev. viii. 8; xii. 9), Was cast, cast out; 
yielded himself to. — Pret. 3. pi. Q_Lio5Z(, Gal. ii. 13. — 1. pi. 

,_jib5Zt, ver. 5 Put. ILdjAj, fem. "ilDJZZ, Rev. xviii. 21.— 

3. pi. ^oLdjAj, 1 Tim. i. 4; Tit. i. 14. 

17 . . r p 7 

Pael - ' ^\ Imposed upon, deceived; whence f i » ^:^, noun 
masc. def. The deceiver, the Devil, Gr. d AiajSokos, Rev. xii. 9, 12; 
XX. 2. 

Heb. nD*l) Cast, threw, Exod. xv. 1,21. — Pi. H^*!) Deceived, 

T T T • 

beguiled. Gen. xxix. 25. — Chald. /l/^'H) oi" t^JS"!) Cast, Dan. iii. 20, 

T ; T ; 

21, 24; vi. 17; — Set, placed thrones, ch. vii. 9 (Compare ^poVos 

e/ceiTo, Rev. iv. 2) : — Imposed tribute, Ezr. vii. 24 Ithpe. 

5^;53'in5^> ^«s cast, Dan. iii. 6, 15. 

. P 7 _ ^ 7 

— I^V ) a midtitude — ttX^^os — Def. of ^;»C1L (Rom. x. 19), noun masc. 

..7 « .. 7 

A people, midtitude. — PI. » VnV>v def (LoSllL, the nations, 
Gentiles, S. John xii. 20, «fec. 

Heb. DJ^, Peojde, Ps. xviii. 44.— Chald. Dj;, pi. V'l2p^_, def. 
X*Dpy, Dan. iii. 4, 7, 31; v. 19; vi. 26; vii. 14.— R. Heb. DJ^J^, 
Uathered, collected together. In Syr. the second radical has in the 
plural the linea occallaas. 



S. JOHN Y. 3, 4. 103 

.kiQIDO, and the blind — Gr. tv</>\o}i/— PI. clef, of ILOTD (ch. ix. 2, 
19, 20), adj. Blind. Form of part. Peil of lloCD, M\is blind. — 
Def. )lLQflD, ch. ix. 1, 6, &c. 

— ("^ • tl *''j ^^*^ ^^^^' — "Cf^r. ;>(a)Xa3i' — PI. def. of • "^ ' ti "^ ' (S. Matt, xviii. 

8), adj. Lame. Form of part. Peil. — Def. ]rD. j... iL.>s> , S. INIavk 
ix. 45. 

The same as ; » .i •■f^ S. Matt. xi. 5. 
.Cu, ^/te withered — Gr. ir)piZv — PL def. of ^.^-i-Cl., adj. Brt/. 
Form of part. Peil of - ^ *~^ - , TT'«s dri/. — Def. ( ■ > *~i i , S. Luke 
xxiii. 31.— Fera. ]« > "^ '^ S. Matf. xii. 10, ike— Def. ]^6 m i n'., 
Hebr. xi. 29. 

Heb. ^2^ ZJry, Job xiii, 25.— ^y, only in fem. HK^S*, ^'^''^ 

•■ T T - T T - 

dri/ land, as opposed to sea, Gen. i. 9; Exod. xiv. 16. 

7 -5 7 7 

— OOOn -_i.^ICQLD0, and they loere vxdting for — Gr. iK^exofievfav — Pael 

part. pi. (forming imperf. teuse) of J^ro (Peal not used), Pa. 

TC 7 ^^ I 7 

«_juIlED, Waited, awaited, expected, hoped for.- — Pret. 3. pi. Q_».£lCD, 

Acts xxviii. 6 : Hebr. xi.35 Fut. "i^£CU Part. |£imV), S. Mark 

XV. 43, &c. : — Fem. ( . '~>m<<o Eom. viii. 19. — Pi. masc. coalescing 
with ^J_K», ^1 . ■omV> S. Matt. xi. 3; S. Luke vii. 19, 20, «fec. : 
with ^Aj1, 1 Thess. i. 10. 

— P»0]-^, the moving — T-qv KLvrjcnv — Noun masc. def. Motion, commotion, 

a troubling, quaking, of the earth. — PI. def p^Ol, S. Matt. xxiv. 
7, (fee. R. VJOl , V^l , ^Yas agitated^ trembled. 

Heb. nyiT? Terror, vexation, Isa. xx\dii. 19. 

7 7 7 

4. _Ol _0].£;i, from time to time, at a certain season — Gr. /cara Kaipov — 
See note, ch. iii. 4. 

— |001 Vi-i^iO, troubled — iTapacrcre — Aphel part, (forming imperf. tense) 

of VSOl, ^1, Trembled. Aph. ^]( (ch. xi. 33), Afoved, troubled, 
shook, stirred np; — beckoned with the hand. Acts xxi. 40. — Pret. 

2. sing. Al^]]\ Acts xxi. 38 Fut. M^p, with pref 5 and all". 

pron. S. Luke vi. 48. — Inf. ai^^kl^, Acts xvii. 1 ." ^ 



104 S. JOHN V. 4—7. 

Ver. 4. 5 Aid _So, after — /xctu — Compound preposition. See note, cli. i. 15. 

— l^P, disease — Gr. voarjfjiaTL — Def. of »^p (S. Matt. iv. 23; x. 1), noun 

masc. Sickness, disease, j)ain; affections, motions to sin. f >. SV? ^^P, 

7 

disorder of the bowels, bloody flux, Gr. Suo-evTcpia, Acts xxviii. 8. — 
PI. -l£]^, S. Matt. ix. 35.— Def. \i^]^, Rom. i. 26; vii. 5; 
Col. iii. 5. — E.. kIDp, Was in pain. Whence also P-Op, adj. 
Painful, Rev. xvi. 2. 

Heb. ]3ti^3, PaiH, 5'He/', Job ii. 13; xvi. 6; Isa. Ixv. 14. 

Transl. Every disease he had loas healed. 
5. _jAXZ, thirty — Numeral, of com. gender. 

Heb. W^b\^, Ge«- v. 16.— ChalJ. ^nSn, Dan. vi. 8, 13. 

— P-LdZ, eight {Thirty and eight, Gr. TpiaKovraoKrw) — Card, numeral 

" fern.— Masc. \Li1jdL, ch. xx. 26. 
Heb. r\'^pp, fem. Judg. iii. 8. 

— pcnJCino, i/i the infirmity — Iv T-fj aaoeveLo. — Def. of ^JOD (S. Matt. 

iv. 23; X. 1), noun masc. A disease, affecting the whole body, as 
*^|,D a part or member only. — PI. _..kJ01>Q.O, S. Matt, ix. 35. — 
Def. POIJOD, S. Matt. iv. 24, &c. — R. cn^, Was sick. See note, 
ch. iv. 46. 

6 |J3T-l. Transl. This (man) Jesus saw lying (or, tluit he ivas laid), 

and knew that he had long time been thus — (lit. that he had long 
time, Gr. on -Kokvv rjSrj ^povov ex*') — ^*^^^ said to him, &c. 

.017 . . > 

7. (OT-jj^ 001, iJie impotent man — o aaBevQv — The demonstr. .pron. here 
represents the Gr. Article^ 

— ^~i ( , truly, yea, indeed. Particle of asseveration. 

Tiansl. Yea, my Lord, but I have no man, etc. 

— n V > ^'-Z|2, when they (sc. ( « V>) have been troubled — Gr. orav Tapa)(9y 

(to vZoip) — Ethpeel pret. 3. pi. of VJOl VJ}, Was agitated. 
Peal pret. 2. sing. fem. »-jAi»l (^jAi^l, Par. and Lond. Polygl.), 

Acts xii. 15 Fut. VXOp, 1. sing. \JOl"f, Acts ii. 25 Inf. vj]1d, 

Acts ii. 25 Part. Peil ^1, pi. mnsc. ^j.1-.1, 2 S. Pet. ii. 10. 



S. JOHN V. 7. 105 

Ver. 7. Ethpe. \LilZZf (S. Matt. ii. 3; Acts iv. 31), Was moved, 

shaken, troubled. Pret. 3. sing. fern. Ai.jlZ.Z.|, S. Matt. xxi. 10; 

xxvii. 51 Fut. MjIZAj, fern. ^^l^A^H, Hebr. vi. 19.— 3. pi. 

^i^iZAj, S. Matt. xxiv. 29, &c.— 2. pi. ^OL^lZZ", Acts xx. 10; 

2 Thess. ii. 2 Part. ^i^lZAk^, S. Matt. xi. 7; S. Luke vii. 24:— 

Fem. P^jIZAId ][j, which cannot he moved, Gr. daaXivrov, Heb. xii. 
28. — PI. masc. ^^..^.S iIZALo, S. Luke xxiv. 38: — coalescing with 
,_Lk., ^^ 1 I \J[LL\£}, Actsxvii. 28;— witli ^Aj], ^A.»J^lZZ\lL, 
Col. i. 23.— PL feni. ^{ZAk?, 1 S. Pet. iii. 6. 

Pa. redupl. ViV^l, Disturbed, tervijied, whence Ethpa. VXp^jll, 

I 7 -Ji 

Was disturbed, tossed to and fro. Pax't. pi. masc. _.»JiV^5].LD, 
Eph. iv. 14. 

Heb. y!)!, pret. J^T, Esth. v. 9.— Fut. y^, pi. Eccles. xii. 3.— 
Pi. redupl. yT^T, part. ^T^T)^, Habak ii. 7.— Chald. j;?)!, part. pi. 
[^yXT (Keri pj;^) Dan. v. 19; vi. 27. 

-R 7 

— . . 1 . V>; 1 ■ ^ that he may put me — to j)ut me — ■lva...f3(xK\ri fX€ — 

Aphel fut. 3. sing, (with aff.) of p^DJ, Cast. 

X ,.7 

Aph. ._fclD)| (ch. viL 30, 44, &c.). Cast, threw, placed. — Pi'et. 
3. sing. fem. AILdj]', S. Matt. xxvi. 12, (tc— 1. sing. A^J^jf, 
Acts xxvi. 10. — 3. pi. Q_».S2)3], S. John xix. 24; xxi. G, ikc._ 
Fut. "isL^i, S. Mark iv. 26.-2. sing. llLjZ, S. Matt. xxv. 27.— 
1. sing, ■^k))'!', S. Matt. x. 34; S. Luke xii. 49, 51.— 3. pi. ^oLd^J, 
S. Matt. xiii. 42, &c.— 2. pi. ^oiDjZ' S. Matt. vii. G.— 1. pi. ji^J, 

S. Mark vii. 27 Imperat. "i^jf, S. Matt. xvii. 27; S. Luke iv. 

9.— PI. aSD5f, S. John xxi. 6._Inf. Q.^;ln\, S. Matt. xv. 2G. 

Ethtaphal ,_i.^5ZZ'|, Was cast forth, Rev. xii. 9, kc. — Pret. 

t; , . « «»i 7 

3. pi. Q„AiiD3Z.Z.|, same verse. 

7 ^ _ 5" 

— yi, While — Gr. Iv w — Conjunction, Whilst, so long as, S. Matt. xxvi. 

36. — Until, 1 Tim. iv. 13 : — followed by a jires. tense or participle. 
Preposition, During, as S. John xx. 1; S. Luke xxiv. 1, DuriiKj 
darkness, while yet dark, — fullowetl by a noun. 
w. c. 14 



106 S. JOHN V. 7—10. 

Ver. 7. Heb. *7^, conjunct. While, 1 Sam. xiv. 19. Prcpos. UntOfFs. 

xlvi. 10. — Chald. IJ^, conjunct, followed by '•'n, Dan. iv. 30; 
vi 25; vii. 22.— Prepos. Dan. iv. 5, 14; vi. 8, 1.3; Ezr. v. IG. 

p 7 7 

8. yt£D'f^, tht/ bed — tov KpafS/Sarov aov — Noun with affix. »£D^, noun 

fern. A bed, couch.— Def. ]lX)^l, S. Matt. ix. 2, etc.— PI. def. 
12^-;^, S. Mark vi. 55; vii. 4: Acts v. 15. 
Heb. b^J^, ^ bed, Ps. vi. 7. 

9. cnZil^ -^j lit. S071 of his hour: — in that very hour, immediateli/— 

evOews — See note, ch. i. 12. 

•^ 7 7 0^ 

— PsDdj 001 OOn, the same day, or on the same day — Gr. Ikuvti rfj i^fiifja 

— Similarly, in tbe plur. ^01 (ALOO >.0 ^OOTiD, in those days, 
Gr. iv Tot's T^fxipai's eKeiVat?, S. Matt. iii. 1. 

.. P -P 7 

Note, that Z.001 refei's to (An m , as in the Gr. 

— l^iTl^, the Sabbath— o-d/3j3aTov— Bel of ]L1 (S. .John xx. 1, 19, .tc.) 

noun fern. The week. The def. state is used to express the Sabbath 
day, everywhere except S. Luke xviii. 12, where it means a week: 
— whereas the abs. form means a tveek everywhere in the Gospels, 
Acts XX. 7; 1 Cor. xvi. 2. — In Acts xiii. 27; xviii. 4 it is the 
Sabbath. — PI. ^ " '^ -^ Sabbaths, Acts xv. 21. — Def. ]n », S. Mark 
i. 21; S. Luke iv.^31; Acts xvii. 2; Col. ii. 16. 

Heb. riSt^', The Sabbath, Exod. xx. 8. R Jl^tJ^, Jiested, see 
Gen. ii. 2, S. 

10. . » rDJZj? OOlA, to him, that vjas cured — tw reOepaTriVfJievo) — Ethpaal 

7 _ • p -•31 ^ "7 

pret. 3. sing, of [td ( , Pa. - « rn j , Healed. Ethpa. Was cured. — 
Pret. 3. sing. fem. AlrojZf, S. Matt. ix. 22, etc.— 3. pi. Q_um]Zf, 
S. Matt. xiv. 36;— Fern. Jj^UT, S. Luke viii. 2.-2. pi. 

^Aj^Ut, 1 S. Pet. ii. 24 Fut. "i^l/^J, S. Matt. viii. 8; 

S. Luke vii. 7:— Fem. "i^UZ S. Luke viii. 43.-3. pi. ^oTdIAj, 

S. Luke vi. 18. — 2. pi. ,a£DUT, S. James v. 16 Inf. 

Q.j^]2\kA, S. Luke V. 15 Part. "IldIZvId, fem. "|1£d12^, 

S. Matt. ix. 21.— PI. masc. ,-*.Qd1^, S. Mark vi. 56; S. Luke 
xiii. 14. 



S. JOHN V. 10—14. 107 

Ver. 10. -5 ■ ^ *; lavxfvl — Gr. li^ari — Noun masc. One who lias power, a 

lord, 2)rince. So ]j ( ^jl-1^ , / am poxoerful, I have power, Gr. 

i^ovcriav c^w, cli. x. 18. Also, Permitted, lawful. — Def. j-^-k.!^:^*, 

a potentate, Gr. Swao-ri^s, Acts viii. 27. — Fern. j^i.\a, 1 Cor. 

vii. 4.— PI. masc. _j.4^i, S. Matt. xx. 25.— R. 4^^, Was 

p)owerful. 

Heb. ^^^Si^, A ruler, governor, Gen. xlii. 6. Chald. t0^7^*> 

Powerful, Dan. ii. 10, &lc. A prince, eh. ii. 15, &c, — Empowered, 

followed by 7 with an infin. Ezr. vii. 24. 
11. jlQ-»_i>j, sound, whole — vyir] — Def. nf So . \ ^ > (ver. 14), adj. Safe, 

icell, sound. — J>Q_i.^jj <^0<J\ , farewell, Gr. (.ppaycro. Acts xxiii. 30. 

—Fern. ]0^>\. >/s Mark v. 34.— Def. ^AkijA^, Tit. ii. 7.— 

I X 

PI. masc. ,-.V)i\>^, Tit. i. 13; ii. 2.— Def. 1v>'.'\k>, S. Matt. 

ix. 12; S. Mark if. 17; S. Luke v. 31.— PI. fern. def. ]Akll\>^, 

1 Tim. vi. 3; 2 Tim. i. 13.— Form of part. Peil of :>q\>^. Was 

strong ; wlience also (/nVn « \ "-'^ noun fern. def. Soundness, Acts 

iii. 16. 
13. 1 001 ' ' ^ ■■/]; had concealed Himself conveyed Himself aioay, or 

simply departed — e^eVevo-ev- — Etlipeel pret. 3. sing, (foi'ming plu- 

perf. tense) of P-ii, Reclined, sat at table; also, Retired, hid oneself. 

— Ethpe. Was concealed or concecded himself. — The word occurs 

here only in the N. T. — From it is derived 

(-i_]Q_<i, noun masc. def. Slander, evil report, as arising from a 

concealed source, 2 Cor. vi. 8. 
— |jB_jLllo, in the croiod — 1.«_1^, noun masc. def. A concourse, congre- 

gation, multitude. — PI. def. (-a-J-O, ch. vi. 2, &c. — R. . ■ 1 n, 

Assembled. 
Transl. In the great multitude that was in thai place. — Gr. u)(\ov 



0^'TOS £V TO) TOTTW. 

y 9 



14. —^iil 5Ai2, after a time, afterwards — Gr. /xera raura. See notes, ch. 
i. 15; iii. 4. 



108 S. JOHN V. 14—16. 

Vcr. 14. (-4-»^^ U *^0L, sin not again, sin no more — ixrjKeTi d/xaprave — 
*^0L, see note, ch. i. 21. Fut. 2. sing, (foi' imperat. in proliibi- 
tion) of ]-^uK» (cli. ix. 2, 3), Sinned, erred, v)ent astray. — Pret. 1. 
sing. A . ^ ^.^ S. Matt, xxvii. 4; S. Luke xv. 18, 21; Acts xxv. 
10.— 3. pi. Q-ftwKJ, Rom. ii. 12, &c.— 1. pi. ^> V>, Rom. iii. 25; 

1 S. John i. 10 Fut. 1|ukJ, S. Luke xvii. 3.-3. pi. ^O-^ukO, 

Hebr. vi. 6.-2. pi. ^O^JZ, 1 Cor. xv. 34, &c.— 1. pi. ]i^, 

Rom. vi. 15 Inf. ]'|N..V»\, 1 S. John iii. 9 Part. ]^, 

1 Cor. vi. 18, (fcc— Fem. ]^-^, ch. vii. 28.— PI. masc. ^^-4^, 
1 Tim. V. 20; 1 S. John v. 16. 

Heb. 5^bn, Missed the mark, sinned. Gen. xx. 6, 9, &c. 

— .... iO,lD, Transl. Something loorse than before — Gr. x^'pov ti — Com- 

parative degree expressed by the adjective followed by . V^ 
15. (JllJa_iL>o 1 5 , ivhich had made him ivhole — o TroiT^cras avTov vyay — Aphel 
pret. 3. sing, (with pref. relat. pronoun, and aff. 3. sing.) of 
^>Q-^>^, Was sound. — Apli. ^_^>^| , Made sound, restored to health. 

Pret. 1. sing. AVn\.>]^ ch. vii. 23 Part. ^\ K>i^, fem. 

(IqAj^Ld, S. James v. 15. 

Heb. Hiph. D^ /Hrij Made to recover, Isa. xxxviii. 16. 

IG. 0001 ' '^ y' , they persecuted — IVl^kqv — Part. pi. masc. (forming im- 

~ ^. 

perf. tense) of s£i'ih ,Folloioed after, i^ersecuted, impelled. — Pret. 1. 

sing. Asjj, Acts xxii. 4; 1 Coi\ xv. 9. — 3. pi. Q^Jj, S. John 

XV. 20 Fut. .^Ojp, 3. pi. ^O^JrJ) ch. XV. 20; S. Luke xi. 49. 

— 2. pi. ^OSjrl, S. Matt, xxiii. 34 Lif. c2)j^kA, Acts xxvi. 

11 Part. k£)55, Acts viii. 3, &c. — ^From this verb are derived 

*.2)0)5, noun masc. A 2}e'>'secuior, 1 Tim. i. 13. Def. [^0)9, 
Phil. iii. 6.— PI. ^_i^Oj), with aff. Rom. xii. 14. 

"|2.Q.a_»55, noun fem. def. Persecution. With affixes, 2 Thess. 
i. 4; 2 Tim. iii. 11. 

Heb. &Tl, Pursued, Ps. xxiii. 6; xxxv. 3. 

— Cl^ 5'"'^ J ^'^ ^^"!l dlim—avTov dTTOKTui-at — (luf with aff. pron.) of 

" '^J^ (S. Luke XV. 27), Killed, destroyed.—'Pret. 3. sing. A^^ID, 



S. JOHN V. 16—18. 100 

Ver. 16. Acts vii. 28.-3. pi. aL.|^, ver. 52; 1 Thess. ii. 15:— with aff. 

S. Matt. xxi. 35, &c.— 2. pi. ^Al^^, S. Matt, xxiii. 35 Fut. 

^O^i^, S. John X. 10: S. Matt. v. 21; Acts xvi. 27;— with 
aff. S. John xvi. 2.-2. sing. ^Cl^jdI., S. Matt. v. 21, (fee— 1. 
sing. ^cL^rsT, Rev. ii. 23.-3. pi. ^oX^nJ, ch. ix. 5, 15;— with 
affix, S. John xi. 53; xii. 10, etc. — 1. pi. ^o^nj, with aff. 

S. Matt. xxi. 38, &c Imperat. ^O^r), pi. alia^O, S. Luke 

XV. 23 — Inf. ^nV>\, S. John vii. 25; xviii. 31; S. Matt. x. 

28:— with affixes, S. John vii. 20; viii. 37, 40, &c Part, ^^^n, 

S. John viii. 22, 44; S, Luke xii. 5. — Fern. ]l4^, constr. 
\lsu L\.^, thou that killest the Prophets, S. Matt, xxiii. 37; 

S. Luke xiii. 34.— PI. masc. ^.N|N^, S. Matt. x. 28, (fee Part. 

Peil ^\-»^£), pi. masc. jA^^^, S. Matt. xxii. 4. 

Heb. '^^pp, KilUcl, Ps. cxxxix. 19.— Chald. 7t3p, part. act. 
':'Dj^, Dan. V. 19.— Part. Peil h^'W^ ^h. v. 30; vii. \\. 

18. Zu IfjAj, the more — fxaXXov — Adverb, More, more especially, the rather, 
chiefl.y. Formed from ^jAj, Abundant. R. 5A_., Abounded, loas over. 

^ 7 1 

— jOjoAr:), onli/ — iJ.6vov — Adverb, Onli/, alone, separately, by itself (S. 

Luke xxiv. 12). — Compounded of JOjo, unity, aud the two pre- 
positions s^ and \ It occurs, though less frequently, without 
the first prefix, as in ch. viii. 9, below. In either case it takes 

7 -x ,7 

affixes of the plural, as ^Cn05Q_KK_lO, alone, by Himself, S. John 
vi. 15, (fee: (TUja-KKX, Cn._.5Q_KKXo, by herself, ch. viii. 9; xii. 

7 'X .7 

24: — j^j5Q_k>A£:), Thov, only, ch. xvii. 3; S. Luke xxiv. 18. — 
w.5aj^\.£D, / alone, S. John viii. 16; xvi. 32, .00T_i5Q_kkXo, 
by themselves, apart, S. Matt. xvii. 1: S. Mark iv. 10; ix. 28. 

7 -x .7 

^?Q-K».\n, alone by ourselves, 1 Thess. iii. L 

— ]o(J\ ]-f.M , He ivas breaking, had broken — iXvc — Part, (forming imperf. 

tense) of ]^^, see note, ch. i. 27. 

— .... s£i\ (Jj , Transl. But also beeav^e concerning (or, in respect of) 

God, He had said that He was His FatJier. 



110 S. JOHN V. 18-20. 

Ver. 18, JOOI |ri »V)n and made {Himself) equal — Gr. lo-ov (eavrov) 
iroLwv — Aphel part, (forming imperf. tense) of |Q-« , Was xcorthy. — 
See note, ch. i. 23. 

19. i-Ciii - .... n » V) Pj cannot do — ov Swarat Troteti' — See note, ch. i. 46. 

— CnZciIJl, likewise — o/xoiws — ^0JD\, a particle always used with affixes. 

*" . , *^ . . . 

It is of the form pi. constr. of a noun fern, in O — , signifying 

quality or likeness. — Used as a subst. (.CDQLqJj OlZ-ClOJ, form of 

the law, lawfully, 1 Tim. i. 8. — ^(JlZ.a2(, like them, S. Lvike 

xiii, 5: — ^ai:Z.a2|, like unto you, S. John viii. 55; — ^ODJ, like 

us, Hebr. iv. 15. 

20. i>Qj^5, loving, loveth — ^tXci — Part, of ^>Clu^y , Loved dearly. — Pret. 2. 

sing. AV)...i Hebr. i. 9. — 1. sing. AlQ.»o5, Rom. ix. 13.— 3. pi. 
oIQjo?, S. John xii. 43. — 2. pi. ^Z\Lclk»?, with aff. ch. xvi. 

27 Put. Ull>i2, S. Matt. vi. 24, &c.:— with aff. S. John xiv. 

23.-2. sing. UlL'^L, S. Matt. xxii. 37, 39, &c.— 1. sing. UlLh'(, 
Rev. iii. 19;— with aff. S. John xiv. 21.— 3. pi. ^ V> k^-J, 1 Tim. 

iii. 8: — Fern. _LJDjo;J, Tit. ii. 4 Part. def. used as a noun, see 

note, ch. iii. 29. — Part, pi. masc. _. >,V)>o3, S. John xiv. 15, 28, 
&c. — Constr. . . Vn >fS^ 2 Tim. iii. 2, 4. 
Heb. DPl^) Loved, Ps. xviii. 2. 

~ T 

— 1 \rn Vo ^;_,Aj50, and (works) which are greater than tJiese — Gr. 

Koi fiu^ova TovTwv (epya) — PI. masc. of ;_»A_i (cli. X. 10), adj. 
Excellent — Used as an adv. Much, abundantly, see note, ch. iii. 
19. — Comparative expressed by -.V). — Def. |^->ll», S. Matt. ix. 
16, &c.— Fem. I^AI, S. Matt. vi. 25, &c.— Def."l2j>.Al, 2 Cor. 

ii. 7, etc.— PI. fern. ,(,uAI, S. John vii. 31.— Def. TI-^AJ, 2 Cor. 
xi. 28. — R. 5Aj, Abounded. 

7 I 

Chald. -l^nV Excellent, Dan. ii. 31, kc. Fem. ni^fl\ "scd 
adverbially, ch. iii. 22; vii. 7, 19. 
N. B. This clause, cn.A .... —j^jAjJO, is wanting in the Vienna 
Ed. but is restored to the text by Tremellius from another MS. 



S. JOHN V. 21—24. Ill 

Ver. 21. p~k1o, quidcening, quickeneth — ^woTrotct — Aphel part, of |.i..Kt, 
Lived. Aph. k_».jo|, (S. Matt, xxvii. 42, &c.) Gave life to, saved. 
Pret. 3. sing. fern. 'tL^'\, with aff. S. Matt. ix. 22; S. Mark x. 52, 

&c Fut. \Z1, S. Matt. xvi. 25, &c. : Fern. ^\Z]1, with aff. S. 

James ii. 14. — 2. sing. |>jZ, 1 Tim. iv. IG; and (>^|Z, 1 Cor. vii. 

K . .7 7 . ■« .7 7 

IG; fem. . >, 1 i i^\L, same verse. — 1. sing. \.t^\, S. John xii. 

« .7 -x P « 7 . 

47.— Imperat. \^\, S. Lnke xxiii, 47 Inf. n . ..>jVn\ Hebr. 

vii. 25; and Q,> L}<)\, S. Matt, xxvii. 42, &c Part. fem. 

jskLd, S. John vi. G3. — Constr. ^2 lU_kk1d, </*«< quickeneth 
all, Gr, tJ cTuiTrjpios, Tit. ii. 11. 

Heb. Hiph. H^nn, Gen. vi. 19, 20.— Chald. Aph. part. J^ri/!2, 
Dan. V. 19. 

7 7 7 

23. j_Qj_3, mai/ honour — -Gr. rt/xcScri (Trarres) — Pael fut. 3. sing, of ;J2.j, 

7 7 7 7^ 

Was heavy. — Pa. ;0 >; G^ave honour to. Pret. 3. pi. O^^j, with 
aff. Acts xxviii. 10 Fut. 3. sing, with aff. S. John xii. 2G 

Imperat. jJHj, S. Matt. xv. 4, &c. — PI. O^Tlj, 1 S. Pet. ii. 17 

7 7 _ 17 

Part. ; O i . V) , in this verse. — PL rnasc. .; n . Kn Rom. xii, 

7 7 

10 Part. pass. ; n . V)^ honoured, honourable, used as a noun, 

•X -X 7 7 

S. Luke xiv. 8; — coalescing with OCTI, O^jJiD, is honourable, 
Hebr. xiii. 4.— Def. l^li^, S. Mark xv. 43.— Fem. I^TlIld, 

.''.7 7 17 

Rev. xxi. 19; — Def. \L\ O » V), ver. 11.^ — PI. masc. >;0 y ^, 
1 Cor. xii. 24.— PL fem. def fZvniiO, Rev. xviL 4, &c. 

7 .7 ''">'' 

Aph. ^^OJ, J/oc/e heavy, dull — Pret. 3. pi. Oj-OOJ, Acts 
xxviiL 27. 

24. otA 111.*, has passed, is passed—wiJi^Tafiip-qKev — Pael pret. 3. sing, of 

]-l_». Was changed, changed in mind, deranged. Pa. Changed his 

7 _ 7 7 

place, departed. — Pret. 3. pi. C1jJ_», Acts xiv. G. — 1. pi. _JL»_L.», 

1 S. John iii. 14 Fut. P-«_3, S. John xiii. 1, etc. — 1. sing. 

iLi]' 1 Cor. xiiL 2.-3. pi. ^^ « y Acts xvi. 39.-2. pi. ^1 »Z, 

S. Lukex. 7 Imperat. p_», S. John vii. 3; S. Matt. xvii. 20 

Part. JJjlId, S. Luke v. 16 Ethpaal ._fcjAj], Was carried 

7 

over, carried about, translated, Acts vii. IG; Hebr. xi. 5. — Part, 
pi. ,-jSLm^D, Eph. iv. 11. 



112 S. JOHN V, 24—29. 

Ver. 24. Ilcb. Pi. Hi^, Changed, Ps. Ixxxix. 35.— Chald. Pa. ^^2^, 
Dan. iii. 28; iv. 13. — Part, pass, feiu. t{''it^,'l3, Diverse, cli, vii, 7. 
— Itlipa. Dan. ii. 9, Arc. 
Z.qSd, f/ea</i — Gr. (Ik) tov Oavdrov — -Noun masc. clef. — PI. def. 
IZdlD, 2 Cor. i. 10; xi. 23.— P. A^Lo, Died. 

Ileb. ni^,Ps. vii. 14; ix. 14, &c. -Chald. ii\^, Ezr. vii, 26. 

26. 011dqj_Q£d, ivi Himself — Gr. eV eavTw^Lit. i;i His Person. — 

I>0QJLO, def. poaJLO (Hebr. x. 1), noun masc. Substance, being, 
2^erson. — Equivalent to the Gr. rTTocrracrt?, although in the only 
passage (Hebr. i. 3), where this word is used of the Divine Person, 
the Syr, Translator has rendered it by OlZoA-»j, His Essence, 
Being. — It represents, in the N. T., with affixes, the reflexive 
pronoun {ipse, ipsa, c&c), as here, and ch. vi. 53, &c., and refers 
to things as well as persons, see S. Luke xi. 17. 

27. Ol^^^IO, and hath given Him authority — kol i^ovcrMv cSw/cev avTto — 

Apliel pret. 3. sing, (with aff.) of .^Ji^^ (not occurring in Peal in 
the N. T.), Bided, had poioer. — Aph. ..^Jl^jj, Gave power, caused 
to ride. — Pret. 2. sing. A.^J^.»|, with aff. Hebr. ii. 7. 

Heb. Hiph. b'S^n, Ps. cxix. 133.— Chald. Aph. dScJ^'H, 
Dan. ii. 38, 48. 

.•" 7 7 _ 

28. (v^O*~)?, that are in the graves — ol Iv tois fii'7][xeL0L<; — Noun with pi'ef. 

7 . P 7 

prep, and rel. pronoun. PI. def. of ;.OD, def. (;'nO (ch. xi. 31), 

7 

A grave. R. ;-O.D, Buried. 

Heb. *lip. Gen. xxiii. 9, 20. 

V I V • 

29. "jA^ > n\ to the resurrection — eis avdaracnv — Def. (with pref. prep.) 

7 

of (*^ > c^ (S. Luke ii. 34; xiv. 14), noun fem. A rising up. — ■ 
R. ^QlD :>ao. Rose. 

Heb. nD''pj -4** arising, Lara. iii. G3. 

— ] A » 'Jo .... jArii4, good... evil — Gr. ra dyaOd ..to. <f)avXa — In such 
abstract expressions, the Syr. having no neuter, tlie fem. is used. 
So (jcn, Gr. TovTo, ver. 28, above. 



S. JOHN V. 30—36. 113 

Ver. 30. ^1^, just — StKata — Adj. Just, right — Def. ]jp (ch. vii. 24), 
the ^ being dropped.— PI. _j_3]£, Rom. ii. 13.— Def. \^, S. 

_ 

Matt. V. 45, &c. PI. fem. ^]5, Phil. iv. 8.— Def. TAj]5, Rev. 
XV. 3. 

Heb. |5> Gfen. xlii. 11, &c. 

35. ktr-*? ^^*6 light — d Xv)(yo<i — Noun masc. def. A lamp, light — PI. def. 

L.'^, Rev. xxi. 23; with afF. S. Luke xii. 35. 

— «O.A9>, that hums — burning — Gr. o Kaid/tevos — Part, of *Q.X5, Burned, 

flamed. Put. *0.1i,J . Occurs here only in the N. T. 
Heb. Thl, Ps' vii. 14.— Chald. All, Dan. vii. 9. 

— ^JOloA^Zj, that ye should rejoice — to rejoice — ayaXXiacr^^vai — Eth- 

paal fut. 2. pi. of 3(71.*^ », Pa. quadriliteral, Lightened U]}, com- 
mended, extolled. The triliteral root (to which ^^ is added) exists 
in Arabic only. — Part. pi. masc. >^mo • ^^ 2 Cor. x. 12. 

Ethpa. 50TOA^ I , Rejoiced, boasted. — Pret. 1. sing. Z.5oi^Aj» j , 

2 Cor. vii. 14; ix. 2. — 1. pi. ^(Tl^A^f, ch. ix. 3, 4 Fut. 

5CJl^2\^, 1 Cor. i. 29, 31, &c.— 2. sing. JCTl^^Z", Rom. xi. 18. 
— 1. sing. JOioA^I, 2 Cor. x. 8, &c. — 1. pi. jotjoA.*-^ Rom. v. 

11; 2 Cor. x. 16 Inf. OJCTlIID^kA, 2 Cor. xi. 30; xii. 1 

Part. JOloAjuiO, Rom. il 17, 23, &c. — Pi. masc. —j,y(n^L»lD, 
2 Cor. V. 12, &c. : — coalescing with — J-k», _JL»5axC2A.aiD, Rom. 
V. 2, 3, &c. 
Deriv. pOTJDQ_», noun masc. def. Glory, pride, boasting, Rom. iii. 27; 
iv. 2, &c. 

|j5(TLCl», adj. Proud. — Pi. def. ( y'jm «-^ » ^ Rom. i. 30; — or 
]j)(7LCl», 2 Tim. iii. 2. 

— (Ai>^j, for a season — Gr. Trpds wpav — Or, for the hour, at that time. 

36. . I 1 K>.X^, hath sent Me — /x.c aTrifnaXKf. — Pret. 3. sing, (with aff.) of 

»>»».X.» (Acts xxiii. 10), Sent, sent away, took off; stripped of his 

raiment, S. Luke x. 30 Pret. 3. fem. A.k>.A.>, S. Matt. xxviL 

19. — 3. pi. o »■- \ *^ Acts xiii. 15: — with aff. S. Luke x. ^ 

7 

w. c. 15 



114 S. JOHN V. 36—44. 

Ver. 36. (some regard this as Pael). Fufc. . ^ .o \ « i Imperat, .>oCL^^, 

pi. ffO \ • with aff. Col. iii. 9 Inf. ■>.>. \ » V>\ with aff. 

2 Cor. V. 4 Part. Peil o^jAj, def. IL^\^, S. John iii. 28. 

— (Used as a nonn, see note, eh. xiii. 16, below.) — PI. . ..^ . \ « 

S. Matt, xxiii. 37 ; S. Luke xiii. 34. — From this verb are derived 

-'■'^ V »j nonn masc. A putting off — Constr. Col. ii. 11, &c. 

|/o Kw ' \ •; noun fern. def. A mission, Aj)ostlesliip, Acts i. 

X 

25, &c. 
37. (n0V»j, His appearance, sJiape — ctSos avrov — Noun with aff. — 10]-»^, 
noun masc. def. (S. Matt, xiv, 26, &c.). Something seen, a vision. 
Another form is ^JO^k*, pi. def. poVjs*, Acts ii. 17. — E.. 1v>-»> 
Saw) 

Chald. "ITH, def. mVi, Dan. ii. 19, &c.:— and Heb. pth, 
Ps. Ixxxix. 20. 

39. O^, search — cpeware — Imperat. pi. of \^, Investigated, explored. 

Pret. 3. sing, with aff. y»f^, hath distinguished thee, Gr. SiaKptvei, 

1 Cor. iv. 7.-3. pi. oL^, 1 S. Pet. i. 11 Put. "jlriJ, 2. pi. 

^^j^L, Acts xxiii. 15 Imperat. •-»^^, S, John vii. 52.^ 

Part, jlii, Rev. ii. 23.— Fern. U^^, 1 Cor. ii. 10. 

Ethpeel w* ^2.") , Was searched out. Part. |^ASd, Gr. cXc'y- 
X^Tai, 1 Cor. xiv. 24. 

— v*^t>J| .-'-MTiVn (pron. m'sabritun), ye think — SoKciTe— See note, eh. 

iv. 51. — i^rct in Pa. more xisually means Announced, or Tr.usted, 

X 7 

as ver. 45, below. — The Par. and Lond. Polyglotts i-ead __.^£iCQiD, 
Aphel part. 

40, V>n\v\^ (ju>j, life which is for ever, eternal life — Gr. ^wt^'v. 

7 

42, 0\OQ_K», the love (aff. pleon.) — rqv ayainiv — |.OQ_Ki (ch. xiii. 35, &c.) 

V 

noun masc. Love, affection, charity. R. sC^LXt^, Loved. 

7 •" 7 

44, pj _1d ^jo, Lit. one from one, — one of another — Gr. Trapa aWrjkutv. 

« ••7 7 •» 

— |0T_^ f^j TT^' from one God — Gr. Trapa tov fuovov ©cov. 



S. JOHN V. 45. VI. 1—5. 115 

Ver. 45. %oLi] •;«^rr> (Vn\ ^ do ye think? — Gr. /at} Sokcitc — See note, 
ch. iv. 12. — Part. pi. (forming pres. tense) of ;jnCD (Acts vii. 25), 
Thought, stipposecl, was of o^nnion ; also Hoped, trusted, expected. 

.,7 1. « 7 

Pret. 3. sing. fern. /;*^"'>, S. John xx. 15. — 2. sing. Z.;,nfn, 

Acts viii. 20.— 3. pi. O^Aro, S. John xi. 13, 31, &c Put. 

.•■^fri V 2. pi. ^:«^'y>/ S. Matt. X. 34.— Inf. ;nmV)\, Acta 

7 -n . 

xvii. 29 Part. ^ilCD, S. John xxi. 25, &c. — PL masc. coalescing 

7 7 I P 

with — J-K», _J_*;XiID, 1 Cor. xii. 23. 

Heb. inji^, Viewed, observed, Neh. ii. 13, 15.— Chald. *]iD, 

~ T "I 

Hoped, Dan. vii. 25. 
— PI ^.f-^uQlD, / accuse, will accuse — KaTrjyopija-o} — Part, (forming pres. 
or fut. tense) of ^t^-^-O, Pael quadrilit. verb derived from the 
Greek by metathesis of y and p. Fut. - u : L) '^ ^ • — ^- ^^S- ni'-o*'^ ' ' 
Acts xxviii. 19. — 3. pi. ^ ,.; ^o i^ with aflf. S. John viii. 6; 
S. Mark iii, 2 Part. pi. masc. ^ ' u: b ^, coalescing with 

7 7 17 Vb 

-JLk>, ■ 1 I ..;-fe^QlD, Acts xxiv. 8. 



CHAPTER VI. 

;.*ns\, to the other side of, over — irepav t^s — See note, ch. (i. 28. 

"i " ^ r ^ i' i» 

— (^ >j the sea — ^aXacrcrrys — Def. of I>Q_», noun masc. The seal PI. def. 
|iQla_», Acts iv. 24; xiv. 14. — There is also a fern. def. form 

1^ 7 

AV> . (S. John vL 19; S. Luke v. 2, &c.) used more especially of 

a lake, or inland sea. 

Heb. D\ Ps. Ixxxix. 10.— Chald. D^ def. ^<D^ Dan. vii. 2, 3. 

.. 7 7 _ 

5. wjCTiaj_jL-L, //is eyes — Gr. tov% o^^aX/xovs — PI. with aff. of > ^j def. 
p ' ^ (S. Matt. V. 38, (fee), noun fem. An eye; fountain. — PI. 
when it signifies eyes, of masc. form, though fem. in construction, 

' ^ " V S. Matt, xviii. 9. Def. ]11LL, S. John Lx. 32, &c 

But of fem. form when signifying fountains, _J_a_L, def. (^^ ' - ^ 
(Ephr. Syr. on Gen. i. 9). 



116 S. JOHN VI. 5—7. 

Ver. 5, Compounds formed by « ^ are « ^ \^ Before, and | ' .i *^ _j_L, 

Openly. See notes, S. John xv. 24; xvi. 25. 

Heb. [^y, Exod. xxi. 24, &c.— Chald. ]»y, Dan. iv. 31; vii. 8, 
20; Ezr. v. 5. 

— (1q>,»^, bread — Gr. aprovs — Def. of i>Cl*lA, noun masc. Bread, food. — 

Constr. \ki\ IsQjkKiik, the shew-bread, Hebr. ix. 2. — PI. . Vov- \ 

I 7 

ver. 13, below. 

Heb. Urh, Ps. xli. 10, &c.— Chald. Ulb, ^ feast, Dan. v. 1. 

6. (m 1 Vn ^^ 2^'>'oving, to prove — ireipdt,o)v — Pael part, of (TDJ (not used). 

Pa. fc_»jCQJ, Temjyted, made trial of — Pret. 2. sing. A . m i Rev. 

ii. 2. — 3. pi. n . fYM 1 Cor. x. 9 Put. ]mj_J, with aflF. S. Luke 

X. 25.-2. sing, '{mil, S. Matt. iv. 7; S. Luke iv. 12.— 1. pi. 
]lIUJ, 1 Cor. X. 9 Inf n . n-M Vn\ Acts v. 9 Part. pi. 

■n 7 7 7 7 

. miVn S. Matt. xvi. 1, &c Part. pass. ■ . fYMVi^ Hebr. iv. 

7 

15; S. James i. 13. For ^S, as here used, see note, ch. i. 36. 
Heb. Pi. (ID J J Tempted, tried, Gen. xxii. 1. 

— t*^^-V>\ r-»Ai», He was about to do, would do — e/ieXXe iroulv — See 

note, ch. iii. 14. 

7. __»Z]ll5, two hundred — StaKoo-tW. 

Hoc nomen est unum ex quatuor quce apud Hebrceos in dualem 
uerminationem Q^ , et apitd Syros in _j finiunticr. Keliqua tria 
sunt j^'y^, Egyptus (S. Matt. ii. 13, &c.) cb D^*lX/53;— ^'Z, 
duo (S. "john i. 35), d, D^J2J^"; ^^'^, duce (S. John iii. 4)" d, 
D^riS^'. (Schaaf.) 

Heb. D^nt^D, Gen. xi.' 23. 

. - X 

P X » X 

— ^•;i_.5, denarii — Gr. STjrapiW — PI. of ;j.jj (S. Matt. xx. 9, 10) noun 

masc. A Roman silver coin, value 10 asses — whence its name. — 
Def VfJ-*?, S. Matt. xx. 2.— PI. def lp_.?, S. Matt, xviii. 28. 

— .«-> g^rr> |]j not sufficing, is not siifficient — Gr. ovk dpKovcnv — Part, of 

»Q,.arD, Sufficed; was content with, capable of receiving, Pret. 3. 
pi. fem. -^^rf\ (for - . >^<7^rr.) 3 S. John ver. 10 Put. iH'^mi, 



S. JOHN VI. 7—10. 117 

Ver. 7. S. Matt. xix. 12; xxv. 9:— Fern. . . o<^fy> 7'] i Tim. v. 16. 

1. smg, ,n<=^ro(, Acts xi. 17. — 3. pi. fern, ^og^mi g. Luke iii. 
14 — Part. fern. IAelO), 2 Cor. xii. 9; 1 Tim. vi. 8.— PI. masc. 
,^ t O'^rr), S. John viii. 37; S. Luke xxii. 38; — coalescing with 
^JLj^, ^1 » Qg^nn, 2 Cor. iii. 5. 

— ^ I \n ^j.^.Q, a ^i^^^e — ^P^-X^ tl — See note, ch. vii. 33. 

— r-»>J j-K*, each — EKao-Tos — See note, ch. i. 40. The repetition of the 

words denoting distribution. 

9. rr^^i ^*e*'e — <SSe — Adverb of place. 

— « aV^.K*, Jive — TTeVre — Card. numb. fern. — Masc. ] »^- > ch. iv. 18, 

above. 

Heb. mtl, fern. Gen. v. 6. 

" T 

(7 1 • (J X 

— ^^;_y^, loaves — aprovs — PI. of ^^;-<., noun fem. A cake, loaf, baked 

bread. — Def. ]Z^i_,i, S. Mark viii. 14. 

— I'^^xDOj, of barley — Gr. KpiOtvov? — PI. def. (of masc. form) of Jp^ro, 

noun fem. Barley, def. jZ.^£D. 

Heb. m^^iy, fem. Barley, Joel i. 11.— PI. W'ij^t, Ruth i. 
22.— Root 1^^, Bristled. 

— ^jJQJ, fishes — Gr. 6\f/dpLa, a word which, originally meaning Any- 

thing eaten with bread, is applied in the N. T. exclusively to fish 
— Compare S. John xxi. 10, with 11. — PI. of ^J, def. ]jQJ 
(S. John xxi. 9), noun masc. A fish, and fish, collectively. — PI. 
def. POJ, ver. 11, below. Root Heb. 1)} (Ps. Ixxii. 17), Increased, 
grew. 

Compare Heb. jl^l, Jon. ii. 1 ; J^Xl f- Exod. vii. 18, 21. — from 
nJl*!) Increased, Gen. xlviii. 16. 

T T 

10. ^nV>A£OJ?, that they may sit down, recline — Gr. aVaTrecrct;' — Ethpeel 

fut. 3. pi. of j^LoCD, Leaned, reclined. — Ethpe. »^LdA£D( (ch. 
xiii. 12, (fee), Seated himself. — Pret. 3. pi. Ql^iLdAcd] , in this 
verse Fut. j^LdAtdj, 2. sing. y^tsSiL, S. Luke xiv. 8 



118 S. JOHN VI. 10, 11. 

Ver. 10. Imperat. j^SpAlcf, S. Luke xiv. 10, &c Inf. o^V>^mVi\, 

S. Matt. xiv. 19.— 
Transl. Cause that all the men may recline. 

— (iluCCLl, grass — x°P'^°'^ — ^^^- ^^ -'^'•"'^^ noun masc. Green herb. 

Heb. n^'jj*, Gen. i. 11, 12.— Chald. ^iSJ^y, def. i^^STj;, Dan. 
iv. 22, 29, 30. 

— p_i_liaiD, in number — Gr. tov dpL6[x.6v — Def. r»f ^ . i V> (Hebr. xi. 12), 

noun masc. Numher. R. pJiD, Numbered. 
Ohald. p^;::, Ezr. vi. 17. 

It ; • 

— __i_2l.l^, thousand.— V\. of ,£l!^, Rev. v. 11. or *2I^ 2 S. Pet. iii. 

8. A thousand.— Bel \kl^, Eev. xi. 3, &c.— PI. def. ]^^, 
S. Matt. xiv. 21. and li.A2^, Eev. vi. 15, &c. 

Heb. &Sx, Ps. 1. 10.— Chald. &Sx, ^i<, pL (after the Heb. 
form) U''ShH, Keri T^Sk, Dan. v. 1; vii., 10. 

11. ^^iiO, and He blessed — Gr. koI cv^oipto-Tifo-as — Pael pret. of yi^t 

Bowed the knee, in worship. Pa. Blessed, pronounced blessed. Fut. 

yi *~> 1 ^ 1. sing, yt-,^], with aff. Hebr. vi. 14 Imperat. pi. QS;^, 

S. Matt. V. U; S. Luke vi. 28 Inf. aolLl^D, Hebr. vi. 14 

•^ 7 7 

Part. ..;*'^V>^ S. Luke xxiv. 51. — PI. masc. —,a^',s:^, ver. 53: — • 

7 7 17 ^ 

coalescing with ^J-»^, ^ « n.oV) 1 Cor. iv. 12; S. James iii. 

9 Part. pass. . .; oVn^ S. Luke i. 42, 68; — coalescing with 

OCT, An!«-^Vr. blessed be, 1 S. Pet. i. 3.— Def. ]Li^:^, S. Mark 
xiv. 61.— Fern. def. fAs^nV), S. Luke i. 42. 

Heb. Pi. ITI5, Gen. xxiv. 1. — Chald. Pa. "h^S (for 'Jl'l!!) 
Dan. ii. 19, 20; iv. 31. 

— - .1 \g^^ iTe distributed — 8UBwk€ — Pael pret. of w.i \<^ or ^« \<=^, 

Divided. — Pa. the same. — Pret. 3. pi. Q-.t S<=^, ch. xix. 24, &c. — 

. 1> 7 Vb . 7> 7 

Imperat. pi. CL^^£i, S. Luke xxii. 17 — Part. w.t \<^V), S. 
Luke xi. 22.— PI. m. ,^ 1 T. \c^V), Acts ii. 45. 
Heb. Pi. y^Si, Divided, Ps. Iv. 10. 



S. JOHN VI. 11, 12. 119 

Ver. 11. N.B. The words that follow in the Gr. tois fj.a6r]TaL<;, o* Sc /xa- 
6r]TaL, are omitted in the Syr. as in many other versions • also 
in the Alex. Vat. Sin. and other MSS. 

— ■ 1 n I V)rf)? ,QJC7L_i>, to them that ivere set down — rots dvaKeLfiivoL<; — 

Part. Peil pi. of j^LOTD declined, leaned Fut. yOSocoJ, S. 

Matt. viii. 20; S. Luke ix. 58 Part. Peil .^. . V>m g, John 

xiil 23, &c. PI. masc. def. ]n'i'V)rr), S. Matt. xiv. 6, 9, &c.— 
PI. rem, •-> > Vnfr> \}^ not firm, unstable, 2 S. Pet. ii. 14. 
Heb. Tj^D, Rested upon, Ps. Ixxxviii. 8. 

— fcS j P^OIO , and so also — and likevnse — o/totcos Kai. 

— 5 |V)0, as much as — ocrov — Also, As long as, ch. ix. 5. — Inasmuch as, 

as often as, S. Matt. xxv. 40, 45. — The same as. Rev. xxi. 16. — 
According as, Hebr. x. 25. — How, in what respect or way, 2 Tim. 
i. 18. 

7 

12. OSnfT), they were full, were filled — IveTrXrjaOrjcrav — Pret. 3. pi. of 
V\n(T), Was satiated. — Pret. 3. pi. fem. . v«-^m Rev. xix. 21. — 

2. pi. ^Asnro, ver. 26, below Fut. MrLmj, 3. pi. ^Av^mi 

S. Matt. V. 6; S. Mark vii. 27.-2. pi. ^Oi^CimZ., S. Luke vi. 

7 T, 7 ■^ , 

21 Imperat. pi. Q^^£D, S. James ii. 16 Inf. \^'->mVn\j 

Acts vii. 11. 

Deriv. ]snm, Satiety, Phil. iv. 12. 
Heb. y^^, Ps. xvii. 15, &c. 

■" T 

•Ji 7 7 

— O «[ 1 n, gather up — o-wayayare — Pael imperat. pi. of ^.m-IS), Congre- 

* 7 

gated. — Pa. « ■ in (S. Matt. ii. 4, &c.), Gathered together; received 
hospitably, S. Matt. xxv. 35. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. A » m ^ S. Matt, 
xiii. 47.-2. pi. yOLm^O, S. James v. 3; with aff. S. Matt. xxv. 

35, 43.— 1. pi. ^« ?n, with aff. ver. 38 Fut. - -. lAy S. John 

xi. 52. — 1. sing. vj»_l^"), S, Matt, xxiii. 37.-3. pi. ^O-m-ISH, 

* 7. 

ch. xxiv. 31 Inf. o «» i ^Vn\ Rev. xvi. 14; xx. 8 Part. 

. « 1 Av^ S. Matt. xxv. 24, 26 Part. pass. ,_«_L12iD, pi. masc. 

7 

^ . > 1 n^n Acts x. 24. 

Heb. Pi. D35, Ps. cxlvii. 2. 



120 S. JOHN VI. 12—15. 

ver. 12. mV^, the fragments — ra KXaafiara — PI. def. of |-»^ (Actsii. 42), 
noun masc. A breaking, piece broken. — R. |^^, Broke off. 

— o5Zl»3, that have remained over, that remain — Gr. Trcptcrcrevo-avTa — 

7 X 

Pret. 3. pi. of 5Aj (S. Matt. xxv. 16), Excelled, was over and 

7 

above; also, Profited, gained, made gain. — Pret. 2. sing. Z5A_», 

S. Matt, xviii. 15 Put. jZ^J, S. Mark viii. 36; S. Luke ix. 25. 

Fern. 5ZU (for ^5Z]Z), S. Matt. v. 20.— 2. sing. yL]l, S. Mark 

7 1 7 X 7 1 

vii. 11.— 1. sing. jL], 1 Cor. ix. 19, 20, &c Part. 5A1, 1 Cor. 

7 1 7 

xiii. 3. — PL —jjAj, coalescing with ^JLjo, ,_JLj3A..», S. James 
iv. 13. " 

Heb. 'in^j o^ly ^^ part. Kal ^HVj ^■^'^^ remainder, 1 Sam. xv. 15. 

— T 

13. ; m V i / ^ twelve — ScoScKa — Card. numb. masc. — It has a def. form 
p.rnv;/ ch. xx. 24; S. Matt. xxvi. 47;— with aff. ver. 67, 
below. — Fern. 1-;mv7;7 ch. xi. 9, &c. 

7 7 

Heb. 12yn Q^J^, masc. HICJ'V D^^^, fern. Exod. xxiv. 4. 

•X « P -x 

— __»J_k.2)Q-0 , baskets — ko^ivous — PI. of p.j_25a^, noun masc. A wicker 

^ X X X 

basket. Derived from the Gr. — The following 3 marks the geni- 
tive. 
Transl. And filled twelve baskets of the fragments which remained to 
those who ate (Jiad eaten) of the five barley loaves. 
15. tOZ]j> —^r^L^}, that they were ready to come, would come — on [xiX- 
Xova-Lv €pxeo-9aL — Infin. expressed bj the fut. with >. 

— . - m . in g^ /\ v^ 1^ (and) take Him by force — koI apTrdt,€Lv avrov — Fut. 

7 

3. pi. (with aff.) of ^£1^.*^, Snatched aioay. Pret. 3. sing. fem. 
'tki^lt. Acts viii. 39.-3. pi. nc^k.. ch. vi. 12._Fut. ^ao^-*^, 

S. John x. 28, 29; S. Mark iii. 27 Imperat. pi. a^Q_^, 

S. Jude ver. 22 Part. ^SL^L, S. John x. 12; S. Matt. xiii. 19. 

Ethpeel .<^5 •-"^1 > ^"* seized, caught away, 2 Cor. xii. 2, 4._ 
Fut. ^2i4>jAj, 1. pi. 1 Thess. iv. 17. 

Heb. ft^n, Ps. x. 9. 



S. JOHN Vr. 15-19. 121 

Ver. 1.3, 0T-_^ «.jj_», He departed— a.vextJjp'rjo-e — See note, ch. v. 24. 

1 6. |_a.Ld5 , evening — Gr. oi/'ta — Def. of - »V)^ , noun masc. Even-tide. 

-Tl I 

17. Q-OA_iO, and they sat — Gr. koX £/A/3aVT€s, and entered into, embarked. 

— IZj-j-^irarii, in the ship — Gr. cis to ttXoZov — Def. of (1 » <^CD, noun 

fern. Lit. A decked vessel. PL def. p_i_2L£D, S. Mark iv. 36, &c. 

Heb. ni^SD) Joii- i- 5. — R. jSD> Covered loith beams or boards. 
T • : I - T 

— 0T_^ Zooi An » «.»^ {f toas cZar^ — Gr. a-Koria cycyovci— Pret. 3. sing. 

fem. of ^.A.>^ (S. Luke xxiii. 45), Was dark, obscured. Used here 
impersonally (see also S. Matt. xiv. 23), in which construction the 
fem. is most commonly used. For an instance of the masc. see 

S. Matt. xxvi. 8.— Pret. 3. pi. (^^» ^>, Rev. viii. 12 Put. 

y» -- V S. Matt. xxiv. 29; S. Mark xiii. 24. — 3. pi. fem. 
n m x^< y Rom. xi. 10 Inf. .. » ^..^nX^ S. Luke xxiv. 29. 

Ethpaal ^j».>jZ.|, Was darkened, Rom. i. 21. 
Heb. 'Tp'n, Exod. x. 15; Ps. Ixix. 24. 

— |001 vjZ(, was come, had come — l\r}\vd€L — ^Part. Peil, foi-ming the 

plup. tense. 

18. JOOI «^05]j, had been raised, had arisen, arose — BLrjyeipeTo — Ethpeel 

~ _ 7 _ 

pret. 3. sing, (forming pluperf. tense) of «^.D1, Li/ted 2/p. 

Ethpe. Was lifted up, teas cnicijied, ch. xix. 20, etc. — 3. pi. 

O^UDjll" S. Matt, xxvii. 38 Put. ^SLOjjJ, ch. xxvi. 2, &c. 

Transl. £ut the sea had been raised against them, because a great 
loind had bloion. 

7 7 7 

19. 0}^50, and they rowed — Gr. cXTyXaKoVes olv — Pret. 3. pi. of ;.0) (ch. 

xviii. 3), Arranged, set in order, whence the usual meanings, Took, 

..7 1> 

received, led, drove, impelled a ship. Pret. 3. fem. Z^ ? , with afl". 

S. Luke iv. 1.— 1. sing. Zj^j, Gal ii. 1 Put. ^0_rJ, S. Matt. 

XV. 14. — 1. sing. ;J2i5J, with aff. S. John xiv. 3. — 3. pi. ^jTDjJ, 
with aff. S. Luke v. 3 Imperat. ^TDJ, S. Matt. ii. 13, 20, »tc. — 

7 

PI. O^nsj, S. John xix. 6; S. Luke v. 4; — with aff. S. John xviii. 
31 Part, jijj, S. Luke xvii. 7 :— Fem. V^^j, S. Matt. xii. 45.— 

w. c. . 16 



122 S. JOHN VI. 19. 

Ver. 19. PI. masc. ^^J, S. Matt. v. 44; S. Luke vi. 28, Gr. t^v lirr}- 

p€at,6vTwv Part. Peil pi. niAsc. (used actively) _ ,-»;. > *-)?, Acts 

xxi. 16. — PI. fern. ^1^-^?; S- James iii. 4. 

Heb. '^'y^, Spoke (from the primary idea of arrangement) only 
in part. "1^*^, Ps. v. 7. More frequent in Peil. 

■ — |Z.Oj_^>£D|, stadia, furlongs — crraStovs — PI', def. of ^Q_.j.4jC0| (1 Cor. ix. 
24), A distance, nearly equal to a furlong; also, the Stadium, race- 
course. PI. ^;_^iDl , Acts i. 1 2. 

— 'I*^^; twenty — Card. Number. 

Heb. Dnb'J^, Cen. xxxi. 38.— Chald. p^K^J^, Dan. vi. 2. 

■ — (AliQj, tlie lake, sea; see note, vei'. 1, above. 

■ — *^\.£i. He drew near — Gr. eyyi;s...ytvoftevoi/ — Verb Peal pret. Was near, 

•a ' " 

a2)2yroached, touched. 3. sing. fern. L^-^O, S. Matt. iii. 2, kc. — 3. 
pi. OO^jO, S. John xii. 21, &c. : — Fem. .,'.'.o^O, S. Matt, xxviii. 

9 Put. .^OjJiliJ, S. Mark viii. 22, etc.— 2. sing. ^-^H, Col. 

ii. 21.-3. pi. ^QjO;_QJ, S. Matt. xiv. 36, &c.— 1. pi. ^O^nJ, 

Hebr. X. 22 Imperat. pi. n «^n| n ^ S. James iv. 8 Part. 

*^ih, S. Luke xii. 33:— Pern. ]^;.ID, S. Matt. ix. 21; S. Mark 
V. 28.— PI. ,^^^'r^, S. Mark vi. 56; S. Luke xxiii. 36. 

Heb. :anp, :3lp, P^^- xci. lO.— Clmld. n*lp, Dan. iii. 56; 
vi. 13. " "" 

• — QAjjJ, tltey ivere afraid — i(}>oPrj6r]crav — Pret. 3. pi. of ^\>a5 (ch. xix. 
8), Feared, showed reverence. Pret. 1. sing. AXjo), S. Matt. xxv. 

25; S. Luke xix. 21 Put. ^LjJ, S. John xiv. 27.-2. sing. 

^LjZ", S. Matt. i. 20, etc. :— Fem. ,_j.S>^jZ" S. Luke i. 30.— 

1. sing. ^Ljl" Hebr. xiii. 6.-3. pi. ^\kj,J, 1 Tim. v. 20.— 

2. pi. ^_x*j52., next ver. below, ttc. : — Fem. . \.kj?Z, S. Matt. 

xxviii. 5, 10; S. Mark xvi. 6 Imperat. ^ujoj, Rom. xi. 20. — 

PI. dXLj, S. Matt. X. 28: S. Luke xii. 5 Part. ^^J, S. John 

ix. 31, itc.:— Fem. Ujo>, Ads xvi. 14.— PI. niasc. ^j.2l^j, S. 



S. JOHN VI. 19—27. 123 

y V . f 

Ver. 19. John ix. 22, &c.: — coalescing with ^_l.>j, ,_J..iA>j5, S. Matt. 

xxi. 26. Part. Peil, iised as a noun — see note, S. Mark v. 33. 

Cogn. Heb. 7)11 > Cre2)t, was afraid, Deut. xxxii. 34; Mic. vii. 17; 

Job xxxii. 6 Chald. htXly Dan. v. 19. 

22. JOCTI ^i. |j, had not gone, went not — Gr. ov o-ui/eto-7A.^£— Pluperf. 

tense. — ^rmVnv. is pleonastic, followed by the same preposition 
with its case. 
N.B. The clause, aX\a...a7n7X^ov, is omitted by the Syr. translator. 

..7 ... .-A 

23. wjOCTI t-iZ-l, they (sc. other boats) had come — Gr. ^X.6e — Phiperf. pi. 

3. fem. 

— ]g^,!£, boats— TrXoidpLa—'Pl def. of ^2l2§K, def. ]Al^ (S. Matt. iv. 
21, 22, &c.) noun fem. A small vessel, boat. 

» 7 7 

— . . . . yt'r^ r^ , Transl. When Jesus blessed or had blessed, given thanJcs — 
Gr. €V)(apL(rTy]cravTO<; rov Kvpt'ov. 

25. *_.A^j, ivhen? — tto'tc; — Adv. interrogative. See note, ch. iv. 23. 

27. ,Q-K>.A2iZ (J, labour not for — ipyd^ecrOe fit] — Put. 2. pi. for imperat. 
(with fj) of oa,A2), Served, laboured, acquired by labour; served 
%n war; served, or worshipped. — -Pret. 3. pi. Q-k».\<=^, 1 Cor. x. 7. 

—2. pi. ^LkS^, Gal. iv, 8 Put. oooX^, Eph. iv. 28.— 

2. sing. >>oo\g^Z., S. Matt. iv. 10, &c. — 1. sing. oooNg^l, Rom. 
XV. 16. — 3. pi. ^ ...VgM Acts vii. 7. — 1. pi. ^^ooX^U, ver. 28, 

below; S. Luke i. 74 Imperat. ooO^S), S. Matt. xxi. 28. — PI. 

ajs.Q.^^, Phil. ii. 12 Inf. .k Xct^Vti V^ S. John ix. 4, &c 

Part. ^x^2i, S. Luke xv. 29.— Def XL^h, Rom. xvi. 21:— 
and used as a noun, see note, S. Luke xxiii. 11. — Fem. ^kkXs, 
S. Luke ii. 37. — PI. masc. . %.^\<^^ Acts vii. 42, (fee: — co- 
alescing with _Ljv», _Lj_>^_^£), 1 Cor. iii. 9, <fec. : — with ^Aj|, 
^Aj_^\2), Col. iii. 24.— Constr. JliAi), S. Matt. vii. 23, &c. 

Part. Peil. fem. ] >v . \g^^ S. John viii. 33, where see note. 

Ethpeel ^^^S^sZ], Was cultivated, dressed. Part. fem. 
l-KK^^Ak? (referred by some to Etlipa.), Hcbr. vi. 7. 



124 S. JOHN VI. 27—35. 

Ver. 27. Aphel s>v»A2j], Waged war. — Part. o^\<^V>, 1 Cor. ix. i. — 
From this verb ai-e derived, 

|/o K^\<yi noun fern. def. War/are, army, 1 Cor. ix. 7; 1 Tim. 

i. 18.— PI. def. pA rX<^ Rev. xix. 14, 19. ]j_»l\a2), noun 

masc. def. Occupation, work, tvorshij), Acts xix. 25; Col. ii. 18, &c. 

Heb. Tt?^, Cleft, farrowed the ground, Ps. cxli, 7. — Chald. 

rh^} Laboured, zvorshijjped, Dan. iii. 12, &c.; vii. 14, 27. 

— .... pjlX, Transl. For Him hath the Father sealed (even) God. 

30. Li] ;-LcD, dost Thou loork? — ipydty; — Part, (forming pres. tense) of 

~ 7 . ... . . 

; vfT) (S. Luke i. 68; vii. 16), Visited, inspected, examined; did, 
effected, 1 Cor. v. 2; Hebr. ix. 11. The leading idea seems to be 
the turning the attention to anything, either by ocular or mental 
inspection. — Pret. 2. sing. Z;Sfn, with aff. Hebr. ii. 6. — 2. pi. 

^L-rLSH, with aff. S. Matt. xxv. 36, 43 Fut. jQ-LTDJ, Acts vii. 

23.-2. sing. jOLCdZ", 1 Tim. v. 21.— 1. sing. jOSfn]", S. Luke 
xiii. 33. — 3. pi. ^^ATQJ, Eom. ix. 11. — 1. pi. 3riSmi, Acts xv. 

36 Imperat. pi. OJOLCD, Phil. iv. 9 : 1 S. Pet. v. 2 Inf. 

.vrn<^\ S. Luke xxii. 23; Phil. ii. 13; S. James i. 27 Part. 

fern. X\^f^, 1 Cor. xii. 11; Hebr. iv. 12. — PL masc. _ .;Sa>. 

7 7 I l> 

Rom. i. 32, &c. : — coalescing with ^-J->^, —J— »;-lsXD, 1 S. John iii. 

22.— Constr. _Vl^, 1 Cor. xii. 29 Pai-t. Peil r i Sm, S. Luke 

xxiii. 15; Acts xxv. 25; actively, Rom. xv. 18. — PI. fern. ^' > SCO, 
Acts xxvi. 26. 

Deriv. 1 301.20, noun masc. def. A visitor, BisJtop, 1 S. Pet. 
ii. 25. 

3 1 . ( ' ^ ^ , 7)ianna — to fidvva. 

Heb. p, Exod. xvi. 15, 31. 

34. _OV— ^HO, t?i all time — alioays, evermore — Gr. iravTOK.. See notes, 

eh. i. 3; iii. 4. 

7 1> .. 

35. <?^^1 P, shall not [never) hunger — ov fxr] Tretvacrr; — Fut. 3. sing, of 

^-2X2 (S. Matt. iv. 2, (tc), Was hungry.— Vvci. 1. sing. Aj-as, 



S. JOHN YI. 35— 43. 125 

Ver. 35. S. Matt. xxv. 35, 42.-3. pi. CLlAo, S. Matt. xii. 1 Fut. 3. 

pi. Al_£iaJ, Kev. vii. 16. — 2. pi. ^QJ_£1d2., S. Luke vi. 25 

For the part. _j21D is used the participial noun __aD , hungri/, 

see note, S. Matt. v. 6. 
37. ;'^ \^ out—t^isi — 'f^, The outside, used as an adverb with pref. A. 

See note, S. Matt. iii. 4. 

.!> \ '' ^ ■TIP'* 1>7<l 

39. . I n]> •..kJl3j-*) ^-^? CTlJ_»_0» _jj QJCn. This clause is absent in 

the Vienna Edition, but restored by Tremellius. Some Editions 
omit ._».^J5. 

— r^ol, I should lose — ttTToXccrto — Aphel fut. 1. sing, of rO|, Perished. 

Aph. rCjOl (S. Matt. xxii. 7, tkc). Caused to i^^fish, destroyed, 
lost. — Pret. 1. sing. Zp^OJ, S. John xviii. 9. — 3. pi. OrOOf, 
1 Cor. X. 9 Fut. y£)QJ, S. John x. 10, &c. :— Fern. ^of. (for 

■» .7 * * 7^ 

^j^oZ.), S. Luke XV. 8. — ^2. sing. j^DOZ., Rom. xiv. 15. — 3. pi. 

^_^QJ, S. Matt, xxvii. 20.— 2. pi. ^^oZ'!, Hebr. x. 35 Inf. 

Of^0V)\, S. Mark iii. 4, &c Part. j^oSd, S. Luke ix. 24. 

Heb. Hipli. I^^XH, Deut. vii. 10.— Chald. Aph. ^lin, 
Dan. ii. 12, 18, 24. 

— |j;.>s>|, the last — Tfi ia-xoLTr] — Def of wi}_k»], adj. The last. — Fem. def. 

IZL^^^l, S. Matt, xxvii. 64; S. Luke xiv. 9.— Constr. A^^l, 
used as an adv. Afterwards, at length, S. Matt. iv. 2, &c. — PI. 
masc. def ]-I>j1, S. Matt. xix. 30, &c.— PI. fem. def ")AI>j1» 
Rev. XV. 1; xxi. 9. 

40. . I.*:)]?, of My Father — Gr. rov Trc/xi/ravTos /ac — The Sin. Vat. and some 

other MSS. read rov iraTp6<i /xov. 

7 ^ e • 

41. OOCn ^_j_L^3, murmured — iyoyyv^ov — Part. pi. (imperf. tense) of --.^5, 

Miirmured. Pret. 3. pi. QJ-^J, Acts vi. 1; 1 Cor. x. 10 Fut. 

2. pi. vQJ-^'^" ver. 43, below; 1 Cor. x. 10 Part. ^5. 

Aphel —65], same as Peal. — Part. pi. ' ^ L\^i S. Jude ver. 

X 7 

16. Some Editions read ' ^ c:^, Ya.e\ part. 

7 7 7 _ , . , 

43. ^>j ^:>QJL j»Kj, Lit. one with one — among yourselves — Gr. /xct' aWqXwv — ■ 
in ver. 52. Trpos dX\r;\ous. 



12G S. JOHN VI. 44—52. 

■K 7 

Ver. 44. air-iik.J, has drawn Mm — Gr. l\Kva-r) avroV — Pret. 3. sing, (with 

7 

afF.) of ,_HL_3 (Gal. ii. 12), Drew, attracted, toithdreio. — Pret. 3. pi. 

0,_.(L_J, Acts xvi. 19 Fut. r-i|hJj !• sing. ^J, ch. xii. 32, below. 

Inf. witli aff. fern, pleon. f^i. ti ^^^j ch. xxi. 6 Part. pi. masc. 

— >j-.i^, ch. xxi. 8. 

Ethpeel pHtjAI, Was drawn. — Part. j-hlJ/^, S. James i. 14. 
— PI. masc. 2 S. Pet. i. 21. From this verb is derived 

Ir...^, noun masc. def. A blow, stripe, with afF. Acts xvi. 33. 
— PI. def. |r-i*-J, ch. xxii. 24. Compare, for this meaning, note 
ch. xix. 1, 

45. I . *~^ 1 *^j in the Prophet, sc. Isa. liv. 13. — Gr. Iv xois 7rpo<j}r]Tat.<;. 

. ■« . 7 

— (gS A^O j the taught — taught — SiSaKTot — Pael part. pass. pi. def. — see 
note, ch. iv. 25. 

— - .<=^\ > , learning — hath learned — [xaOwv — Part, of •'^^ \ » (ch. vii. 15, 

&c.), same as «^l_^, Learned. Pret. 1. sing. Ac^\ . Acts xxiii. 

7 

27.-2. sing. A^'v! 2 Tim. iii. 14.— 2. pi. ^A^^I, Eom. xvi. 

17, &c. — 1. pi. g^V >; Acts xxviii. 1 Fut. ^'^^NIj, 1 Cor. xiv. 

31. — 2. sing. »g^V |^, Acts xxiv. 8. — 1. sing. ,^.1L, Phil. ii. 19. 

7 1 7 1 

— 3. pi. ^g^V Jv Acts xxiii. 20: — Fern. ^^<^\'ij, 1 Cor. xiv. 35. 

—2. pi. ^Q-sAlZ, 1 Cor. iv. 6 Imperat. pi. Q-2lSI, S. Matt. 

ix. 13, &c Inf ..SiSlkA, with aff. Eev. xiv. 3 Part. fern. 

"iiiXl, 1 Tim. ii. 11.— Pi. fern. ^^\!i, ch. v. 13 — Part. Peil 
.<^ . V >j Rom. ii. 18. 

46. \\-»^, seeing, seeth — Gr. ewpa/cti'. 

51. - Vg^l vlL, for the sake of, for — Gr. virep — Lit. /or the face of. — See 

note, ch. xi. 44, below. 

7 "" » 

52. OOOl r— »^J> strove — eixd^ovTo — Part. pi. (forming imperf. tense) of 

]^, Contended, disputed. Part. ]^. — From this verb ai-e derived 
fc_» ^, noun masc. One who is contentious, a braivler, 1 Tim. iii. 3. 



S. JOHN VI. 52— G3. 127 

Ver. 52. 12.0^Ld, noun fern. clef. A quarrel — PI. def. ]Zo^Sd, S. James 
iv. 1. 

Heb. Niph. H^J, Strove, Exod. ii. 1 3.— Hl^!:, Strife, Isa. xli. 1 2. 

T • - 

55. ( .A » V)j drink — Trocrts — Def. of . .A » Vi noun masc. Something to 
drink, beverage. Derived from AjDh. part. pass, of (A^ (.-iAj»|), 
Drank. Aph. .^A^ ( . 

59. (AjQJL^ID, in the synagogue — Iv awayuiyfj — Noun fem. def. A con- 

gregatiou, 2)lace of assembling. — PI. def JA^Q-ID, S. Matt. vi. 2, 

7 

«kc. — R. ,_«_LD, Assembled. 

60. [a.jB_D, /tarf^^ — a-KXrjpos — Fem. of ^*-£D (Acts ix. 4), adj. Severe, 

difficult, vehement (of winds). Def. | > «» f^^ S. Matt. xxv. 24, 
&c. — PI. def. ( ' « (^j Acts xxv. 7. — PI. fera. def. |A . » r\ ^ S. 
James iii. 4. Of form part. Peil of fj_D (not used in Peal). 

17 ^ 7 , 

Heb. Was hard. — Pa. »_»_«_Q, Hardened Fut. 2. pi. ^a-«_oZ., 

Hebr. iii. 8, 15; iv. 7 Part. "i.i_QLD, Rom. ix. 18. Etlipa. 

. . » n/ j^ Tras hardened — Fut, JjuDAj, Hebr. iii. 13 Part. 

-K 7 ->« 

pi. —^j^jOL^, Acts xix. 9. 

Heb. r\m, fem. n*^p, Exod. i. 14. 

V It t I t 

Gl. ]l • "^V)^ offending — offendeth — crKavhakit,a — Apbel part. fem. of 
\\ *» "^ , Struck against. 

Aph. \\ » '^] , Caused to stumble Fut. \\ ii m, S. Matt, xviii, 

G, &c.— 1. sing. V\ « ^ y, 1 Cor. viii. 13.— 1. pi. ^ani, S. Matt. 
xvii. 27 Part. V\ m nLo. 

Heb. Hiph. S^J^'pH, Ps. Ixiv. 9; Pro v. iv. 16. 

62, \\ > n rn . . . ^ j , if then — lohat and if]— lav ovv, rather, what then if? 

7. -.7 

— 5 3Z,p , to thej)lace where — wliere — Gr. ottov. See note, oh. xi. 54, below. 

— y^ I, n ^-lo, formerly, before — Gr. to irporepov, — in ver, 64, c^ o-RXV"*- — 

Compound adverb. 

63. pcnk?, 2)rofting, lyrofiteth — oje^eXet — Aphel part, of poi, Was 'pro- 

fitable, took jyleasure in. Aph. wj-JCJIj, Profited. — Part. fem. 
U-JCnlo, Rom. ii. 25. 



128 S. JOHN VI. U4-71I. 

Ver. C4. y^N ■ Sr>?, who betrayed, should betray — o TrapaSwo-wv — Apliel 
part, of isolL* or J>q2L», Finished. 

Aph. ^\ »j (cli. xix. 30, ifcc), Gave up, delivered up, com- 
mitted to, betrayed. — Pret. 1. sing. Al£l\*], S. Matt, xxvii. 4. — ■ 
3. pi. nV)^.>f, S. Luke i. 2.-2. pi. ^ AVn'C J f S. Mark vii. 

13 Fut. !>ClL«_j, S. Matt, x. 21:— with aff. ver. 71, below, 

ttc. — 1. sing. i>Q\j*(, 1 Cor. xiii. 3. — 3. pi. ^Vn\ « i S. Matt. 

xxiv. 10. — 2. pi. ^V}\»Z, with afF. 1 Cor. v. 5 Part. pi. masc, 

^^ » Vj\« V), S. Jolm xviii. 30; S. Matt. x. 17 Part. pass. 

:>oS«V), S. Luke iv. G;— Fern. IkAjLk?, 1 S. Pet. v. 2. 

Heb. Hiph. Qv^Hj Completed, executed, Isa. xliv. 26, 28 

Chald. Aph. Q7^K» Finished, restored, Dan. v. 26; Ezr. vii. 19. 

66. . . . v^^V), Transl. On account of this word, or saying — Gr. Ik tovtov, 

E.V. /v'om that time; — rather, because of this, on this account. 
— ^OCn?Z!\frm\, hack — els Ta oTTtcrco — htSU^ (Rev. xiii. 3), adv. Gr. oTrtcrw, 
Behind, after. — Def. j5AflD^ r-^' ontheback, o-rrtcrOtv, Rev. v. 1. — 
« > N i> JJACD-O ^^, behind me, ottio-w jxov, Rev. i. 10. — After 
the form of a noun sing, with affixes, either in its simple form, as 
CJl)Aca£3, behind Him, S. Luke vii. 3; — or preceded by V> ^ S. 
Matt. ix. 20; S. Mark v. 27; — or by pref. ,1;^, as in this verse, and 
S. Luke xvii. 31. 

67. (J\LiTC\\htS^, to His twelve— Qy. to?? SwSe/ca. 

70. ^Q.£)A t n .. , have I chosen yoH?—v/ia.^ iiekeidfirjv ; — Pret. 1. sing, 
(with aff.) of |£l,. (S. Mark iii. 14. &c.) Elected, selected. — Pret. 
3. fern. A£i-j,, S. Luke x. 42, — 1, sing, A . A . g. John xiii. 

18.— 3. pi. qA^, Acts vi. 5, &c.— 2. pi. ,^A - •^ , . . with aff. 

S. John XV. 16. — 1. pi. ^ . '-^ .. , Acts xv. 25 Fut. ]^ .. i — 

1. sing, l^yii' Phil. i. 22 Imperat. - . ^ , . 1 Cor. vii. 21.— PI. 

qA^ Acts vi. 3 Inf. ]n ^V>, 2 Cor. viii. 19;— pref. ^, Acts 

XV. 14 — Part. U^i> 1 Tim. v. 9. — PI. masc. > «^ .. , 1 Cor. xvi. 
3 Part. Peil |A.., 2 Cor. viii. 19; 1 S. Pet. ii. 4; used actively, 



S. JOHN VI. 70, 71. VII. 2—4. 129 

Ver. 70. Acts i. 14. — Def. ('*"'.«, Acts ix. 15, &c. with aff. pleon. S. Luke 
xxiii. 35.— Fern. def. "J'A . A 1 S. Pet. ii. 9, &c.— PI. masc. def. 
] V '-^ , . , S. Matt. XX. 16, tkc. 

Ethpeel - ' *^ ti ^ T ^"^^ chosen. — Pret. 3. pi. i^ ' '^ u 1 1 ^ S* 

Pet. i. 2.— 1. pi. ^_j.£-..Z.l" Acts X. 41; Eph. i. 11 From this 

verb are derived, 

] A . o ■ . noun fern. def. Election, Rom, xi. 5, 7, 28. 

]/n . ^ . noun fem. def. Election — with aff. Rom. ix. 11, &c. 

]A > '^ 1. fem. def. pi. Gatherings — 1 Cor. xvi. 2. 
— 001 P_^.CD, is Satan — is a devil — Sta/8oXos ia-riv — (.1 ^CD, (ch. xiii. 27, 
&c.) noun masc. def. An adversary/, accuser, — the Enemy, Satan. 

Heb. jtD^j An adversary, Numb. xxii. 22: — with def. art. 
Satan, Job i. 6. — R. jtSK', Opposed himself, Ps. xxxviii. 21, &c. 
"Whence also HitDSJ^j n. f. An accusation, Ezr. iv. 6. 

T ; • 

71. I OCT ^SdJ, He had spoken. He S2mke — Gr. cXcyc. 



CHAPTER VII. 

2. |1 \5^?> of Tabernacles — Gr. •^ (TK-qvo-n-qyia — PJ. def. of ]l\fe),';0, noun 
■ft "" p ~ 

masc. def. A shady place, arbour, booth. — PI. « ^^ j^^j S. Matt. 

^ X ~ 

xvii. 4, &c. Form of Pael part, of \^, Pa. \^, Overshadowed. 

3. ^.^ P-»> depart — /Acra^T/^t — See note, ch. v. 24. 

4. ( " »i^ ^*^, in secret — iv Kpv-n-TiZ — [JL^Q^, n. f. A secret, secrecy. Used 

only (in the N. T.) with pref. »^, adverbially. R. Xm^, Lay hid. 

1-ft ■*» • u - m T 

OCJU I > \ .1 *^J, that he should be in public — to be (known) openly — 

Gr. iv irapprjcria tlvai — ( » ^ .t , a particijual noun masc. def. Mant- 

festation, revelation — Form of part. Peil of (i-t, Revealed; — as 

( ' <^n secrecy, from v£Q2, hid. 

w. c. 17 



130 S. JOHN VII. 5-8. 

Ver. 5 jj c2)], Trausl. For not even His brethren believed in Jesus. — 

CTLD pleonastic. 

6. P4^, is come — irapeaTtv — Yerb Peal pret. Came, approached, came to 

pass, arrived, fell to ojie's lot, S. Luke i. 9 Pret. 3. fern. Ai^iD, 

S. John xiii. 1 :— and Al^k) (from _»4^) 1 Cor. x. 11 Put. 

l4^^^ I'^^i'^- U^» ^is-cl in the phrase CTl^k) w.,Jlc) ]i^, lit. 

it co?nes into the hands of his Lord, i.e. Ms Lord hath power, Rom. 
xiv. 4. Similarly 1 Cor. xvi. 2, with which compare Gen. xxxii. 
14^) i*l^i ^s^^"|D> o/ what came into his hand, i.e. lohat lie could. 

— Part. fem. ].>.,(),!iO, S. Luke xv. 12: — used in phrase s^imilar to 
the above, .^(nOjj|r:) U-fe^j ^^^ *'*' «^^^j 2 Tim. i. 12. Similarly, 
Hebr. xi. 19; Acts v. 39; xxv. .5 Part. Peil fem. jl^, simi- 
larly used, Acts xxiv. 13; 2 Cor. ix. 8; 2 Tim. ii. 2. 
Chald. J^t3D or HDJD, Dan. iv. 8; vi. 25, kc. 

T : T ; . 

— . , sN'^O, at every time, always — TravTore — The words occur separately, 

S. Luke xviii. 1, 5. 

7 7 p 

— «iij..^iD, ready — eToifxo<; — Pael part. pass, of *J^Q-l -'^ ^, Was good. 

Pa. '*"> > ^, see note ch. xiv. 2, below. 

7. ^Cmi-QQlilJi, to hate you — fji.ta-e.lv v[xd<;- — Inf. (following xx^SLmId) of 

p.£D, see note, ch. iii. 20. — The final ") elided before the affix. All 
the Eds. read as above, except Schaaf, who reads ^'•^ . i fr>Vn\- 

8. orifl), go ye up — dva/SrjTe — Imperat. pi. of »£LCDJ, Jsce?if/eo?. Defective 

in the pret. which is supplied by the verb .ri Nrn see note, ch. i. 
51. Put. .nCDI, S. Matt. xiii. 2, *kc.— 3. pi. ^OOmJ, S. Matt, 
xiv. 22; S. Mark vi. 45 Tmperat. »nm, Rev. iv. 1 Inf. 

7 ■« . •^ P 

.r^mVnX Rev. xvii. 8 Part. *£linJ, Rev. xiv. 11. 

Heb. pDJ, fut. 1. sing. pD^J, Ps. cxxxix. 8. 

— JsQ-^j, is fxdjilled—full come — TrcTrXrypwrat — Yerb Peal pret. Com- 

pleted, came to an end, filled up ; agreed or consented, S. Luke 

xxiii. 51. Walked sincerely, Rom. iv. 12 Fut. I>q]Su«_3, S. John 

xiii. 18, (kc.:— Fem. y^\>Z (for . .^n\^Z), ch. xviii. 9, 32.— 



S. JOHN VII. 8—12. 131 

Ver. 8. 3. pi. ^V)\ > 1, S. Mark xiv. 49; S. Luke xxi. 24.— 1. pi. 

^ClLbJ, Gal. V. 25; Phil. iii. 16 Part. :>ClL», S. Luke xxiii. 

51:— Fem. ]V)\>, S. Matt. xiii. 14; S. Luke v. 36.— PI. masc. 
■ > V^\«, Acts xxviii, 25, &c. — PL fem. ^V>V'»^ Acts xv. 15* 
Prom this verb are derived, 

yi-^.», adj. Perfect, whole — PL def. ]SnAJi, whole burnt- 
offerings, oAoKauTco/Aara — Hebr. x. 6, 8. 

(ZnV)\ », noun fem. def. Perfection: concord, peace — 2 Cor. 
vL 15; xiii. 11. 

Heb. ih^, Finished, 1 Kings viL 51.— Chald. UJ^, part. 
Peil, Ezr. v. 16. 

9. Ol-ik « ■ ^, He abode — e/Acivcv — Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. - • o <^ •-•-23, 

Was still, remained. Pronoun pleonastic, after a neuter verb. 

— Put. ,^a.£U Imperat. oiCl23, S. Luke xxiv. 29 Inf. 

» ■ <^V^^, 1 Thess. iiL 1 Part. .^\k>, Phil. L 25; Hebr. iv. 1. 

— Fem. ]■ I <7), S. John xiL 24. 
Transl. These things He said, and remained in Galilee. 

10. -i ^^\, as it were— oh — In order that, S. Matt. ii. 13, 23. — That, Gr. 

oTTws, S. Luke vii. 3. 

11. CLIi_i|, where is? — irov eVrtv; — Adverb compounded of 001 + |^ -\ 

12. P-fe'j ^* murmuring — yoyyvo-/Aos — Xoun masc. def. R. ^.^5, 2fur- 

mured. 

— OlA-l.^iD, concerning Him—Trepl avTov — See note, ch. i. 15. 

— P^lD, deceiving — He deceiveth — Gx'. 7r/\am — Aphol part, of "p.^, 

Wandered. — Aph. ._».i..^| (2 Cor. xi. 3), Caused to wander, led 

into error. — Pret. 3. fem. A . K (^ with aff. Rom. \i\. 11 Put. 

li^J, 1 Cor. iii. 13:— with aff. S. Matt. xxiv. 4, •tc— 3. pi. 
^Q-i^^J, S. Matt. xxiv. 5 (see note there), 11, i-c- 2. pL ^^i ^\ 

S. James i. 22 Inf. O^L^{a^, Rev. xx. 8 Part. fem. 

U-i^4k3, Rev. ii. 20.— PI. masc. .-..I^Sd, Rom. xvi. 18, &c.:— 
coalescmg with ^>j, ^JLaJL^i^D, 1 S. John i. 8. 



132 S. JOHN VII. 12—15. 

Ver. 12. Efchtaiihal . i S ^ZZf, Was deceived. Pret. 3. pi. Q_»JL^ZZt, 

... "^ y ^ y 

Rev. xviii. 23. 

Heb. Hiph. HJ^t^n* ^^(i astray, Ezek. xiii. 10. 

13. A . I . \ ..J openly — Gr. Trapprjala — Adverb. — R. ]L.i, Bevealed. 

— |AXjj>, fear — t6v <f>6fiov — Def. of |Lk») (S. Luke i. 74), noun fern. 
Fear, terror, also Religion, reverence. — Constr. A^-kj>, Acts ix. 
31, &c.— PI. def. VA^?> S. Luke xxi. 11.— R. ^\j!*>, Feared, 
reverenced. 

14. <*> 11 ^'^ J divided, were in the midst. 

Transl. But lohen the days of the Feast divided, i.e. loere half over — 
Gr. 77817 Se T^s kopTrj<i fx-ea-ova-r]^ — Pret. 3. pi. of -.1 .-\^ (Rom. xii. 

3), Divided, distributed, cut in tioo parts; set at variance Fut. 

. ..n\g^ 1 with aff. S. Matt. xxiv. 51 ; S. Luke xii. 46. — 1. sing. 

u^^H" S. Matt. X. 35 Part. ■\a^°^. S. Luke xii. 13 (where 

see note). — PI. masc. > .1 ^'^, 1 Cor. ix. 13._»_Part. Peil 

- .1 ' ^^, Acts xiv. 4: — S. James i. 8. — PI. masc. . • u * ^^, 

S. Luke xii. 52, — Constr. ( ■ ^^ 1 . 1, .it -i^, Gr. St^j/vxoi, S. 

James iv. 8. 

. » ♦. ..... 

Deriv. - 11 \ng^ noun masc. Division, disputing; hesitation, diversity, 

Phil. ii. 14.— Def. ].A^a£), Acts xi. 12.— PI. def. ].LSa^, 

1 Cor. xii. 4, &c. 

Heb. (Kal not used) Niph. Jl/fi^, Was divided. Gen. x. 25. — 
Chald. Jl^B, Part. Peil Dan. ii. 41.* 

1* * . ^ 

^^LCD, literature, letters — ypa'/A/i,aTa — Def. of ; c^ro noun masc. A 

hook, writing, literature, learning. PI. def. ]v^m, the Scriptures, 

2 Tim. iii. 15; Hebr. ix. 19. 

Heb. ^3D, Ps. xl. 8; Ixix. 29, QnSpH, the Scriptures, Dan. 
ix. 2.— Chaid. ^3p, pl- V^pO, Ezr. iv. 15; Dan. vii. 10.— R. 
*l3D> Scratched, scraped, graved on stone — whence, Wrote — Part. 
"iSb. Ps. xlv. 2. — Syr. Pa. Shaved, Ethpa. Was shaven, Acts xviii. 
18: 1 Cor. xi. 6. 



S. JOHN VII. 16—18. 133 

Ver. 16. . . 1 c^\n > ^ 1/y doctrine — -rj ifxrj StSaK?^ — Noun with aff. ]i cmVo , 
(S. Matt. xvi. 12, &c.) noun masc. def. Teaching, instruction. — 
PI. def. ]i g^VA " S. Matt. xv. 9. R. ,^lSI, Learned. 

17. ^^Z\fnV), knowing — he shall know — yi/tuo-crat — Ethpaal part, of 

^sro, Was foolish (Peal not used). — Pael vvnm ^ Made to un- 

7 

dersfand, instructed. — Part. pi. (with _J.>j), Col. i. 28. — Ethpa. 
\dLsdX (S. Luke XX. 23), Understood, considered. — Pret. 3. pi. 
O^KsdY, S. Matt. xvi. 12, &c.— 2. pi. ^L'^^^Ksn]] ch. xiii. 51, 

&c.— 1. pi. ^hisD^, Acts xvi. 10 Put. ^Z^IcQJ, S. Matt. 

xxiv. 15; S. Mark xiii. 14. — 1. sing. '^i^uCo'j , Acts viii. 31. — 
3. pi. ^VnA'mi S. John xii. 40, itc— 2. pi. ^n\n Am7" S. Matt. 

xiii. 14 Imperat. ^i:^f, 2 Tim. ii. 7.— PI. oXoZ^]^ S. Matt. 

XV. 10; S. Mark vii. 14 Inf. CL^ZiLs^!^, S. Luke xxiv. 45. 

Part, with P, foolish, Gr. acrui'eros, Rom. i. 21. — PI. masc. 

,^ »\nAmV), S. Matt. xiii. 13, itc. with ^i-Kj, Hebr. xi. 3. 

From this verb is derived the noun masc. ^\d<!iCD, Prudence, 

UK *. 
OiQSD, Rom. i. 20, ifec. 

Heb. (Kal not used) Pi. 730, Made foolish, 2 Sam. xv. 31; 
Isa. xliv. 25. 

18. OT-l-i..L> Z.C10* ^-!iO, of his own mind — of himself — Gr. dcfi eavrov, 

rendered Ol.n ^ 1 > S3 _Sd, ch. xvi. 13. For ZOTS* , see note, 
S. Matt, xviii. 19. 

■ I S3 (Acts iv. 32), noun masc. Mind, sense, opinion, under- 
standing. Constr. as above. Def. p » ^V S. Mark xii. 33, &c. 
— PI. def. P_Ll), 1 Cor. xv. 33. — R. |.l5, in the signification 
Desired. 

H6b. |VJ^1, i)mVe— Eccles.ii.22.— Chald. the same— TViow^'/i^ 
Dan. ii. 29, 30; iv. 16, <fcc. 
— ]jQ-i^, unrighteousness — dSixia — noun masc. def. PI. def. ]Jcii, ini- 
quities, Rev. xviii. 5. Root, Arab. Turned aside from right. — 
Compare Heb. Pi. 7!|J^, Did wrong. 



134 S. JOHN VII. 18-23. 

Ver. 18. OlIiJiiD, in Ins heart, Le. in Jam — Gr. cV avrw — ]*^S (S. Matt, 
xii. 34, (fee.) noun masc. The heart. PI. of masc. form, with aff, 
lOn'i n\, once, S. James iii. 14. — More usually of fcm. def. form 
|i.d^.^, S. Luke ii. 35; with aff. ch. xvi. 6, below. 

Heb. :iS, nnS, Ps. xii. 3.— Chald. 1^, Dan. vii. 28:_:inS, 
ch. ii. 30; iv. 13, »fec. 
Q_i>, a devil — 8at;itovtoi/ — noun masc. def. — PI. def. jCljj, S. Matt. 
ix. 34, (fee. 

22. (Z.50^i, circumcision — Tqv irepLTOfj.ijv — Noun fem. def. — R. 3Ui, 

Cut of. 

— w.ai OT-llD (pron. mene-i), from him it is, sc. from Moses — OliiiD is 

pleonastic. 

— \OAjj —jJL., (pron. yoz^ritun) ye circumcise — Tre/Dtreyai/erc — Part. pi. 

(forming present tense 2. pi.) of 5]_ii, Cut, cut off; always in the 
N. T. in the sense of circumcised. Pret. 3. sing, with aff. Acts 

vii. 8; xvi. 3 Put. 3o^^, 1 Cor. vii. 18; Gal. ii. 3 Inf. 

jV-i^kiA, Acts XV. 5; — with aff. pleon. S. Luke i. 59 Part. 

5l_,i. — PI. masc. (passively) Acts xv. 1; Gal. vi. 13 Pai"t. Peil 

r-^\-\t, 1 Cor. vii. 18. — Def. lr-»l-ii) Phil. iii. 5. — PI. masc. _J;_»^., 
Acts vii. 51 ; xv. 24. — Def. ]v-»Ut, ch. x. 45. — From this verb is 
derived 

|Z.)].-ii) Houn fem. def. An island, as being cut off from the 
mainland. Acts xiii. 6, ttc. — PI. def. 12.5^., Rev. vi. 14. 

Heb. "^T^j Cut, divided, Ps. cxxxvi. 13: also, Decided, decreed, 
Job xxii. 28. — Chald. *^]^, part. pi. p*lT^, ths deciders o/Jate, 
astrologers, Dan. ii. 27, etc. 

23. 5]-.iLLd, being circumcised — he circumcised — receive circumcision — Gr. 

TrepLToixTjv Xa/x/Sdvei — Ethpeel part, from the foregoing. — Ethpe. 
5LiZ|, Was circumcised. — Pret. 2. pi. ^Zji-iZ.], Coh ii. 11. __ 
Put. sLAj, S. Luke ii. 21.— 2. pi. ^Jl^Z.Z, Gal. v. 2, tkc. 



S. JOHN VII. 23—33. 135 

Ver. 23. Chald. Ithpe. ^Tiini^, Was cut of, Dan. ii. 45;— and in the 

Heb. form, ver. 34. 
N.B. Some editions read )LtAk), Etlipaal. 

— |5Aj»_3, should be broken — Xv9-^ — Etlipeel fut. 3. sing, of |j_», Loosed. 

Ethpe. fc_»3A-»(, (S. Mark vii. 35), Was loosened, dismissed, broken 
to jneces, settled. — Pret. 3. sing. fern. Aj3Aj9|, Acts xiii. 43. — 3. 

pi. a^'^La]] ch. iv. 23, &c Fut. 3. sing. fem. ]}A^C S. Luke 

xiii. 16^.— 1. sing. ]iL^'(, 2 Tim. iv. 6.-3. pi. ^5Zl«J, 2 S. Pet. 

iii. 10, 12.-2. pi. ^jL»r, S. Luke vi. 37 Part. 1^A«0^ Acts 

xix. 39.— Pi. masc. ^IAj^Ld, ch. v. 38.— PL fem. ^W A»<n ^ 
2 S. Pet. iii. 11. 

24. \^[^ <nfY^V?n, Lit. With acceiJtation of the person, i.e. icith parti- 
ality — Gr. KdT oij/iv, E. V. according to the appearance — The phrase 
answers to the Gr. viroKpiai^, S. Matt, xxiii. 28; S. Luke xii. 1;— 
7rf}oaw7roXr]ij/i.a, Rom. ii. 11. 

7 7 7 

«ilCQlD, noun masc. of form Aph. part. pass, of »0£QJ, Took; 

ID 7 

*^ffiV>, A receiving, Phil. iv. 15. 

|aj. The faces, persons. See note, ch. xi. 44, below. The 
pref. CD is pleonastic. 

For a similar phrase in Heb., see Ps. Ixxxii. 2 ; 2 Chron. xix. 7. 

X,. 17 X7 .»I7 

26, ^\ m \ • O, the riders — ot apxovTa — PI. of • • ' « t^, def. («'*'"> 
(S. Luke XV. 25.) An elder, ruler, Bishojy, Gr. cVio-kotto?, 1 Tira. 
111. 2, 7rp£o-/3ure/)09, ch. V. 1. — Fem. form constr. A « . » o^ see 
note, S. Luke ii. 36.— PI. def. ] ^ " ^ r^, S. Matt. xv. 2, &c.— 

7 

H. < ■ g O < a n, TT^as o^t^. 

29. CTlZ.Q^ r-^> yVoni Him — Trap' avTov — Compound preposition, with 
-ft 
affixed pronoun. 
♦^ i> 

32. vQ-'^j they, i.e. the Pharisees — Gr. ol ^OLpicraioL. 

— pi_K»), the officers — vnr]piTa% — noun masc. pi. def. 

33. \^ >,\d, a little {while) — fiLspov (xpovov) — Adj. Short, small, light, 

whence, siv'ft. Often used as an adverb, see note ch. ii. 12. — 



136 S. JOHN VII. 33—38. 

Ver. 33. ^^j_Xd ^j-Xd, distributively, a little for every one, ch. vL 7. — 

Also in the following adverbial expressions : — 
isO,lD \\ . \n«-^ almost — Gr. iv oXtycj), Acts xxvi. 28. 
\\ . Vn (ILqo, almost, within a little, lit. in the fulness of a little — • 

Gr. ovTiti<;, really, quite, E. Y. clean, 2 S. Pet. ii. 18. Buttle 

Alex. Vat. and some otlicr MSS. read oAtyco?. 
v^ > \-n jZ] ^-^, in jjart, lit. from a little -place, Gr. a7ro \iipov<i, 

Rom. xi. 25. 
\\ > \f> ;-t^^, in j)art, Gr. a7ro ix-kpovi, 2 Cor. ii. 5. 
■ » ■ . m Vo V. « Voj somewhat, in 2)a7't, Gr, ciTro fiipov?, Rom, xv. 

2i; 2 Cor. i. U ^—U {xipovs, 1 Cor. xiii, 9, 12. Fem, ]1 i^O, 
light burden, S. Matt, xi. 30. — PI. fem. ,^\ i \n, swift feet, 
Rom, iii. 15. R. ^5Lr: ^"^^, Was light, swift, — occurring in the 
K. T. only in Aph, '^^"j , Lightened; — pret, 3, pi, o\o] (followed 

by V^ ) they lightened the ship, Acts xxvii. 38 Part, pi. 

. \n^ making light of, insulting, Gr. TrpoKaXovfievoL, Gal. v, 26. 
Heb. 7p, Light, swift, Isa, xix, 1. — As an adverb, ch. v. 26. 

— %^0L, yet — Gr. en. 

35, . . n ^ a particle used in interrogations or exclamations, but always 
following another word, as (iOA, O 1 V?, (J^, a_^, — Gr. firj ; — 
Lat. numne? num forte? — Compare also the 7iam in quisnam; 
and the Germ, benit, irc^t. 

]v!r)Vnv ^ "jZoj'ZjJ, to the places of the nations — Gr, eis rrjv Biatnropav 

Ttoi/ 'EXXtJvwv. — For jZ], a region, see note, ch. xi. 54. 

— |^i_l_*o, the heathen, Gentiles — tous 'EXXr^vas — PL def, of iSiLj^, def. 

]<7M ..> (S. Matt, xviii, 17.) One who is polluted, profane. — Fem. 
def VZl21JL^, S. Mark vii. 26. 

Heb. &jn, Job viii. 13, &c.— R. WH, Was def led, Ps. cvi. 38. 

38. VZojCJU, rivers — iroTafioi — PI. def. of 5C7U, def. "JJOU (S. Matt, iii, 
6, &c.) noun masc. A river, stream. PI. abs, of masc, form in the 



S. JOHN VII. 38, 39. 137 

7 1, 

Ver. 38. expression __»5aTJ ZL»>0, hetioeen the rivers, i.e. Mesopotamia, 

Acts ii. 9 ; vii. 2, But it takes the feiii. form in pi. def. as above. 

Heb. ^nJ, Gen. ii. 10. — CLald. ^IH^, A stream, Dan. vii. 10. — 

T T ~ : 

Def. 5<*inj, ^'^^JJ t^*-^ river, i.e. the Euphrates, Ezr. iv. 10, IG, 
17, 20. " ■ 
— \9?rJ> slmll flow — peva-ovcTLv — Put. 3. pi. of jj3 (Acts xviii. 18, 22), 
Went Jm'ward, progressed, advanced ; journeyed hy land (S. INIark 
X. 17), or hy sea (S. Matt. xiv. 34). — From the notion of pro- 
gression, it comes to signify, intransitively. Exercised, gave one's 
attention, labour to anything j — whence, transitively. Caused otJiers 
to be exercised ; instructed, taught (Col. iii. 16), as Gr. TratSevetv — 
whence, again, Admonished, chastised (S. Luke xxiii. 16, 22). 
Pret. 3. pi. 053, S. Matt. xiv. 34.— 1. pi. ^jj. Acts xx. 6, 13, 

&c Fut. Ij^J, Acts xxvii. 9. — 1. sing. Ij?], with aff. S. Luke 

xxiii. 16, 22.^-1. pi. (j^, S. Luke ii. 15 Impei'at. pi. 053, 

1 Thess. V. 14 Part. 153, S. Matt. ix. 20, &c.— Fem. ]!?'; Acts 

ix. 31. — Pi. masc. -_i53, S. Mark vi. 48, &c. : — coalescing with 

7 7 -^ P . 1' ^ 

_L.>j, — L-i53, 1 S. John i. 6 Part Peil (53, S. James iii. 13. — 

PI. masc. ^53 (actively), Col. iii. 16: so Vienna Ed. and others, 
while some read ^?'- 

Ethpeel ._.53Z.j, Was informed, learned; loas chastised, Acts 
vii. 22.— Pret. 1. sing. L,pL'\, ch. xxii. 3.— Part. ]pL^, Hebr. 
xii. 8. — PI. with — J.>j, and inf. Q_.33ALd, 1 Cor. xi. 32. 
Deriv. |j053, noun masc. def. An instructor, Rom. ii. 20. 

05;iD, noun fern. Instruction, learning; — 05^1:0 |J?> Unlearned, 

2 Tim. ii. 23.— Def. llojjiD, 1 Cor. x. 11; Eph. yC ii—Chastise- 
mSnt, Hebr. xii. 7, 8, 11. 

Cogn. Heb. HTl) J^ct'id low, had dominion over, Ps. xlix. lo, — 

T T 

and "1*1^, Descended, flowed down, Ps. cvii. 23; Deut. ix. 21. 

— T 
7 7 .71 

39. *>.».joA.»|, loas glorifl.ed — iSo^daOr] — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing, of ^xjJ::l» 

7 7 
(not used) Pa. wkk^I.* , Praised. Ethpa. Was praised, honoured. 

—Pret. 3. sing. fern. 'LL^L»X, 2 Cor. iii. 10 — Fut. o^Zl*J, 

W. 0. 18 



138 a. JOHN VII. 39—47. 

Ver. 39. S. John xi. 4, &c.— 3. pi. ^Q_k>^ZL«J, S. Matt. vi. 2.— 1. pi. 

wkkT^A-bJ, Rom. viii. 17 Part. wK>,iDA.«,V?, S. John xv. 8; 

S. Luke iv. 15: — Fern. (kw«-.A »^^ 2 Thess. iii. 1. — PI. masc. 

,^_LoA^ji, 1 Cor. iv. 10; xii. 26. 
40. . >mo\Vo^ //is words — Gr. tov Xoyov. 

42. aTi.5l V>; from his seed — the seed — (aff. pleon.) — Ik tov aTripfjLaTo<; — 

VX5l, clef. ]Lh\ (S. Matt. xiii. 18, &c.), noun masc. *SW/— PI. clef. 

.T> 7 ..J 

p»)l, seeds, sovm fields, S. Matt. xii. 1. — Pv. VS5l, Sowed. 
Heb. y'lT, Gen. i. 11.— Chald. pT, Dan. ii. 43. 

— .... -iio, Transl. And (that) from Bethlehem, the town of David him- 
self comes the Messiah. 

43. I u . ^ division — u^iafxa—Dei. of Q_.t_X25, noun fern. Separa- 

tion, paj-t, portion. — PL def. r " u ^'^, Rom. xvL 17, &c. — 
R. ^,L^S, Divided. 

Compare Heb. Hi! /Dj ^ divisio7i, of the priests, 2 Chron. xxxv, 
5: — and Chald. the same, Ezr. vi. 18. 

44 0001 Ajjo, Transl. And there were men (i.e. some) of them tvho 

vdshed to fake Him. 

46 ^oALqId \j, Transl. Never thus sjmke man (son of man) as 

speaks this man. — The Sin. MS. reads ...ws outos XaXet o avOpwiros. 

47. ^Aj_2i4 {^^^' %P^\ ^-»-^)» '^^■^ y'S deceived? — TreTrXdvrjcrOe ; — Part, 
(forming pres. 2. pi.) of {^ ^ (S. Matt, xviii. 12), Erred, strayed, 
was deceived; lay hid, escaped notice.— t^v^t. 3. sing. fem. Ax^, 
1 Tim. ii. 14:— with aff. S. Luke viii. 47.-3. pi. oi^, S. Matt. 

XV. 24; xvi. 5, &c Put. "[1^, S. Matt, xviii. 12;— Fern. tl^Z" 

with aff. 2 S. Pet. iii. 8.-2. pi. ^OL^Z", S. Luke xxi. 8 Part. 

]I^, Phil. iii. 13;— Fem. ]t v^ (for inf.), let her fall off, Gr. Ik- 
Treo-civ, Acts xxvii. 32. — PI, masc. -^t. S. Matt. xxii. 29, «&c. — 

PI. fem. def. '\^'i\\, 1 Tim. iv. 1 Part. Peil U^, fem. X*-^i^ 

S. Luke xii. 6.— PI. masc. ^I^, def. U-^.^, Hebr. xi. 38.— PI. 
ftMii. 'i. ^>.4 , Acts xxaI. 26. 



S. JOHN VII. 47—53. VIII. 139 

Ver. 47. Ethpeel . i S(^i.'(, Was enticed— 'Psivt. ]l^Ak?, S. James i. 25. 

— From this verb is derived 

]/o > V ^j noun fern. def. Ignorance, error, deceit, Acts xvii. 
30, Gr. ayvoLa; Col. ii. 8, &c. 

Heb. nytD (same as HVPl), once in Hiph. Ezek. xiii. 10. 
49. ^ fjj, unless, excejJt — Gr, dXXd. 

— \Q-3| ^->-^. >i.N, ao'e cursed — linKaTapaToi eto-i — Part. Peil pi. (forming 
pres. tense) of -^nx *^J!^, Cursed— See note, S. Matt. v. 44. 
N. B. ^Qj( and > ^( are nominatives when they represent the 

subst. verb. 
Transl. Unless this ino'ple, which hioiv not the law, are cursed: — Or, 
Excejyt tliis peojile which know not the law; accursed are they! — 
or accursed he they! 
51. »n I K>JSiO, condemning, judging — -judgeth — Gr. /cptVei — Pael part, (for 
present tense) of «i:iajo »£1jo, Was guilty. — Pa. ^*~^ ^ >.<. (Tit. iii. . 

T> 7 

11), Judged guilty, condemned. — Pret. 3. j^l. OT^j^kj, Acts xxvi. 

10.^2. pi. ^Aliri.*-*^, S. James v. 6 Put. ^"^ T ^. i fem. 

. . «-^ . ..>/^ S. Luke xi. 31 : — with aff. S. Matt. xii. 42. — 3. pi. 

* 7 -x 7 . 

^0 O » *vkJ , with aff. ver. 41, tfec- — -2. pi. ^n i k>Z., S. Luke vi, 37. 

•X 7 ,7 

Inf. on I ^>V>\, with aff. Col. ii. 18 Part. pi. masc. 

^ I n t K»i^, S. Matt. xii. 7 Part. pass. <n i,.k»J^, S. Matt. 

V. 21, 22.— Pl. fern. ^nV .^, S. Jude ver. 7. 

Heb. Pi. ^"Hj ^iade liable to penalty, Dan. i. 10. 
7.x " • ^^ ' 

53. ,-».>. \o, every one, every man — Gr. eKao-ros — The words are separate, 

p>j ^\d. Acts xvii. 27. 



CHAPTER VIIL 

It will be sufficiout here to remind the student tliat the first eleven verses of 
this chapter, and the last verse of ch. vii. arc not found in tlie Vienna, nor in 
any Edition prior to that of Elias Hutter (Norberg, IGOO) ; who himself 
translated this and other missing portions of the N.T. into Syriac. The passage, 
as it now stands, was supplied by Bp. Walton in the Lond. Polyglott, from a 
MS. in the library of Abp. Usshcr. 



140 S. JOHN VIII. 1—5. 

Ver. 1. ]Ll]y, of Olives—rw 'E\ai(Si/— PI. clef, of VAjJ (Kom. xi. 17), 
noun masc. clef. An olive, olive-tree. 
Heb. ri^T, Ps. lii. 10. 

2. jj^^jD, in the morning — Gr. 6p6pov — Def. of ;^», noun masc. The 

morning. 

3. [^£1^, the Scribes — ol rpa/xjuaTeis— PI. def. of ; <=^m def. jjjaTD 

(S. Matt. xiii. 52, &c.), noun masc. One skilled in written Law. — 
Form of part. act. of i^SQ, Heb. *lSDj Graved, inscribed: — 

~ T 

whence 

Heb. ^SDj ^ writer, scribe, Ps. xlv. 2. Chald. "iSDj Ezr. iv. 
8, &c.; vii. 12, 21. 

— Z.,joZ.Z.(5, who was taken — Gr. KaTetXrjfifievrjv — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing. 

fern, of jlX, Seized, 7te?d — Ethpe. .-LZZf (S. Matt. xxv. 10), 
Was seized, detained; vms shut, closed: for ,jo|Z(, see Cowper's 

Gr. § 111 (2).— Pret. 3. pi. oJ^U.^, S. Luke iv. 25 Put. 

jLLLj, Acts ii. 24.-3. pi. ^j_k.1Aj, Rev. xxi. 26. 

— |3q_>il_0, i)i adulter^/ — iv fioi)(eia — pO-i, noun masc. def. P. 5Q-«i r-\t, 

Committed adultery. 

»i>77^ , Ve•^ 

— (Av. V)*-^ in the midst — iv fxeata — Def of p»^l^, noun fern. The 

middle. — Constr. LLJiD, S. Mark vi. 47, &c. — Whence is derived, 
^k-L^Lo, noun masc. def. A mediator, Gal. iii. 19, 20. 

4. 1 1- vnmo 0\C3, in the very act — i-TravTocj^wpw — Def. of ^Sorf), noun 

masc. An act, deed; visitation, S. Luke xix. 44. — PL clef. ]jji5.Q.CD, 

7 

S. Luke i. 1. — R. ;ArD, Verformed, visited, cared for. 
Transl. This woman was taken openly in the very act of adidtery. 

5. r^^, commanded — iviruXaro — Pael pret. 3. sing, of ,C\^, Visited, de- 

creed. Pa. Gave commandment. — Pret. 1. sing. Z, O^, Acts xxiii. 

30._3. pi. O^^ria, ch. iv. 15, 18.— 1. pi. yr^, ch. xv. 24 

Put. ,niu, S. Matt. iv. 6- S. Luke iv. 10.— 2. sing. jTiktL, 
1 Tim. i. 3.— 1. sing. r^X^ '^vith aff. 1 Cor. xi. 34.-2. \A. 
n^oc^/^ Acts XV. .'') Tmpevat. ,-QS, 1 Tim. iv. 11 Inf. 



S. JOHN VIII. 5, 6. 141 

Ver. 5. OyA^ikA, S. Matt. xi. 1 Part. ^A^iiD, S. John xv. U, 17.— 

PI. masc. ^pOASD, 2 Tliess. iii. 10: — with ^J_k», ver. 4, 12. 

Ethpaal ,.Q^Z.j, Was commanded. Pret. 3. sing. fern. LrO^L\, 

Hebr. ix. 20.— 3. pi. OrA^Zf, Acts xxiii. 31 2. pi. ^ZjA^Z]", 

Col. iv. 10. 

Heb. Pi. ^p£3> Mustered, Isa. xiii. 4. 

— _jt.A01 ^^(r-^p, that such as these— Gr. ras Totauras — compound of 

), that, Ju of the object, the relative 5, and v*j|, So. 

— ^Q->tp, loe shoidd stone — Gr. XidojSoXelcrOai — Put. 1. pi. of ^>Cl-t), 

/Stoned— Pret. 3. pi. nV),^.3, with aff. S. Matt. xxi. 35, &c 

Put. ^Q-i.p, Acts V. 26. — 3. pi. ^V>..^1, ch. xiv. 5: — with aff. 

ver. 59, below Inf. ^^^ui^^; "^i^h aff. S. John x. 31; xi. 8 

Part. J>Q.<i5, S. Luke xx. 6. — Fern, constr. Z\Sd-.5, S. Matt, xxiii." 

37 (as A-L^jD, same verse). — PL masc. _ > V:) . ■ 5 , S. John x. 32; 
with ^•J-Kt) ver. 33. 

Ethpeel :>a..5Z1, Was stoned. — Pret. 3. pi. QiQ...jZ"j, Hebr. 

xi. 37 Fut. 3. sing. fern. wj.k2^.5ZZ, ch. xii. 20. Pret. 1. sing, 

AV) .t/( 2 Cor. xi. 25, may be referred to Ethpe. or Ethpa. 

Heb. DJI^, Numb. xiv. 10; Josh. vii. 25. 

— T 

Transl. JVow in the Law of Moses he commanded that toe should stone 
such as these. 

6 P-^-» I , so that there might be to them — i. e. that they might have — 

Gr. iva (.^(a<TL. 

— A-KjA-^i, down — KttTw — See note, ch. i. 48. 

— %^^-\^f- 1 > He stooped — Gr. Kvi/^as — ^Ethpeel part, of ^OT- • , Bent, stooped. 

The Ethpe. conj. has here a reflexive force, bent himself. Fut. 1. 
sing. ^OL. .Z"! , S. Mark i. 7. 

— 1 001 %^l\::::Ld, lie was writing, kept toriting — lorote £ypa<^ei/ — Pael 

7 1. 7 

part, (forming imperf. tense) of s^Ld, Wrote. — Pa. %^Ld. — The 
Par. and Lond. Polyglotts read .'^AnVn Apli. part, 
lleb. Pi. ^Jn2> Wrote down, decreed, Isa. x, 1. 



1-12 S. JOHN VIII. 7—9. 

Ver. 7. o5Z^, they continued — eTrifxcvov — Pael pret. 3. pi. of 5Z^ (not used) 
Pa. 5 As (ch. xi. 6), Renmiued, lingered. Pret. 2. pi. ^Z.>Ad, 

S. Luke xxii. 28 Fut. 5^, Hebr. xiii. 1.— 2. pi. ^jLLL, 

ver. 31, below Inf. OjZiiLQ^L, Rev. xvii. 10 Part. jAijSd, 

2 S. Pet. iii. 4 ; 1 S. Jolm ii. 10.— PI. masc. ^5A^, Acts 
. xxvii. 31.— PI. fern. ^Ank), 1 Cor. xiii. 13. 

Heb. Pi, 1J^3, /Surrounded, Ps. xxii. 13. — Waited, Job 
xxxvi. 2, 

— L^-i_£)Z] , He lifted up Himself — Gi', avaKv\\ia.% — Ettpeel pret. 3. sing. 

of J^jm-Zi, Extended. Ethpe. with reflexive sense. — Pi-et. 3. sing, 
fern. bj^.MJ2^L\, Gr. dvoipdoidr], S. Luke xiii. 13.^Fut. 3. sing, 
fern, ._i_4-«-^2.2., vei\ 11. 

— OT-^>j vlj, Lit. of oio sin — without sin — Gr. dvafxaprrp-o? — Ol-^vjsj, 

noun masc. Sin. — Def (ai.4-»^5 ^- James iv. 17, &c, — PI. —jOT-^w^a, 
S. Matt. xii. 31.— Def. 1ji^, S. John jx. 34, &c.— R. ]^>^, 
Sinned. 

Heb. Xton, Ps. li. 7.— Chald. ^fOH, Dan. iv. 24. 

— Ir-A-}} h^ shall cast, let him cast—^akiTw — Fut. 3. sing, (for imperat.) 

1" . . . 

,_» (ch. xxi. 7), Threw, cast away, down, into. — Pret. 3. smg. 

fern. Z°r^, with aff. S. Mark i. 26.-3. pi. O^, Acts xxvii. 38. — 

1. pi. ^r», ver. 18, 19 Fut. 3. pi. ^, ■ 1, with aff. S. Luke 

iv. 29 Imperat. t-t,^, S. Matt. iv. 6 Part. (j_», 1 S. John 

iv. 18: — Fem. |-»j-», Rev. vi. 13. — PI. masc. ^j-*- Constr. 

1 1 . Vn > "^ - ' -1 •; they that throw with the right hand, spearmen, 

Gr. 8e|toXa;8ous, Acts xxiii. 23. 

9. Q^|-» r^, lohe^i they had begun, i.e. beginning — Gr. ap^a/tevoi — Pael 

..U 17 

pret. 3. pi. of !;_», Loosed. Pa. ^.i^^ (S. Matt. iv. 17, &c.), 

.77 

Loosened, began. Pret. 3. sing. fem. Aj;-*, S. Mark xiv. 69. — 

1. sing. tSr^, ver. 25, below Fut. Xr-»-^, S. Matt. xxiv. 49 

Imperat. "|^, S. Matt. xx. 8 Part. 11.*iD, Acts xiv. 11. — PI. 

•7> 7 7 7 7 

^■fjklD, with ,-J-KJ, 2 Cor. iii. 1 Part. pass, v-i; aV), S. Matt. 



S. JOHN VIII. 9—20. 143 

Ver. 9. viii. 6.— Def. tl; «V), cli. ix. 2, 6; S. Luke v. 24.— PI. masc. def. 
UvjLk), S. Matt. iv. 24.— PL fern. def. IaIv-^, Hebr. xii. 12. 
Heb. Pi. n^tJ^", Loosed, Jer. xv. 11. — Chald. Pa. ^'^^, 
Dissolved difficulties, Dan. v, 1 2 ; — Begun, Ezr. v. 2. 

— /jOnAj I , she was ?e/?.^Ethpeel pret. 3. sing. fern, of .r>'~^ » ^ Left. 

Ethpe. *Q.oA_»j (S. Luke vii. 43), Was left, was forgiven, of sin. 

—Pret. 3. pi. nO'^A.jf, 1 S. John ii. 12 Put. ^ClC^LmJi, 

S. Matt. xii. 31, 32, &c. : Fern. .nA A>7" (for . . n«^A«;] 
■ S. Matt. xxiv. 2, &c.— 3. pi. ^OQ^LaJ, S. John xx. 23, etc. 

Part. .on^a^O, S. Matt, xxiii. 38, &c. :— Fern. ]no 'A«C-> ' 

S. Matt. xxiv. 41; S. Mark xiii. 2. — PI. masc. . ooA « V i^ 

7 

Hebr. vii. 23; S. James v. 15: — with _S_kj, 2 Cor. iv. 9. — Those 
forms of Ethpeel, in which L takes ^, are by some referred to 
Ethpaal. 

Chald. Ithpe. p^W^, Was left, Dan. ii. 44. 

— C7l_i5Q_KK^, she alone. — See note, ch. v. 18, 

Transl. ver. 9, 10. But they, when they heard, went out one hy one, 
beginning from the elders; and the woman was left alone, being 
(C7I_»Aj ( fZi) in the midst. But when Jesus lifted up Himself, He 
said unto the woman, Where are they? Hath no man condemned 
thee ? 

11 « I \i, Transl. Go, and from this time sin no more. 

14. .^\, though — kuv — Comp. of .( + s^\ — Altho^tgh — also Only, at least, 

ch. xiv. 11, »fec. — The words are written separately, 2 Cor. iv. 16; 
Gal. i. 8. 

15. Aj]jt_.,L^, after the flesh — Gr. Kara rrjv crapKa — Adverb derived from 

]j;^^, Carnal. PI. def. 1 Cor. iii. 1, etc. |j_3;_,»_i), the same, 
pi. def Hebr. vii. 16. 

.U 7 •?> 

]Li Aj_C3, iu the treasury — eV tw ya^ocfivXaKLw — Lit. house of treasure 
— the prep. «^ understood. |l-t, Treasure; with aff. fern. CJl].^, 
Acts viii. 27. 



20, 



144 S. JOHN VIII. 20—29. 

Ver. 20. Compare Heb. *!T7^n ^T^il, the king's treasuries, Esth. iii. 9; 

iv. 7: — and Chald. J<*TJil, the treasures, Ezr. vi. 1 :— {<*Tiil H^S, 

T-:- y T-: • 

treasure house, ch. v. 17. R. TJJl, Syi\ P~ii7 Stored uj). 

23. AjoAXj -Jk3, yrom beneath; lit. from those {who are) beneath — Ik rdv 

KctTO) — See note, cli. i. 48. — Opposed to tliis is 
— ^^^5 , V), from (those that are) above — e/c twi/ avw — See note, ch. 
ii. 7. 

24. ^aiiX ^r^ I > -^ s^^(^ unto you — Gr. cTttov ovv vjxlv — ovv is wanting in 

the Sin. MS. 

25. N^lDJj L^i-», I have begun to sjjeak. The verb (-tj-*, in the sense 

of began, is found in the following constructions : 

1. With 5 prefixed to a verb in the future; as in this passage; 

2. With .A prefixed to the Infinitive; as i^ .i «^ \ »-»r*> -^^ 
began to wash, ch. xiii. 5 ; 

3. With a participle; as > .i \^ Q_»;.j, they began 'plucking, to 
pluck, S. Matt. xii. 1. 

Transl. The Jews say, Who art thou ? Jesus saith unto tlcevi. Although 
I have begun to speak with you, (26) / have {yet) much co^icerning 
you to say and to judge. 

26 PIO> Transl. And lohat things I have heard from Him, those speak 

I in the world — Gr. ets tov Koafxov. — 0C7I pleonastic — See Cowper's 
Gr. § 198 (1). 

28. Zqdoi, thus, similarly — Adverb — same as LOjd\, ch. v. 19. — 001 

following is pleonastic. 

29. Ol^ i.^i_»5, that pleaseth Him — Gr. ra apeo-Ta aurw — Part, of ;_£i_» 

(Rom. XV. 3), Was beautiful, graceful, elegant; was pleasing, 

.-7 i> 7 •^ 

pleased. Pret. 3. fern. Li.2i.», S. Matt. xiv. 6, &c Fut. ; g^ « y 

1 Cor. vii. 32, 33; — Fem. wj;_£L»Z, ver. 34. — 1. sing. ; <^ »X. ^al. 
i. 10. — 2. pi. ^i^i^r, Col. i. 10, «fec. — 1. pi. :'=^ -y Rom. xv. 

7 T. . 10 

1, &c Inf • g^ » Vn\^ Rom. viii. 8 Part. ))1. masc. _j;.2L», 

2 Cor. v. 9, etc. 



S. JOHN VIII. 29—36. 145 

Ver. 29. Ethpaal -^L^ | , Made himself phasing — Fut. 3. pi. ^-g^ A m y 

Tit. ii. 9. — From this verb is derived, 

I;.SQ_», noun masc. def. Beauty^ grace, S. James i. 11. 
Heb. nSJ^ (with ^j;) Ps. xvi. C— Chald. ^3^, with ^j;, 
Dan. iv. 24:— D^Jp, ch. iii. 32; vi. 2. 

tIt: 

32. ^d5j..k>J, i'/ia^^ ma/je you free — iXcvOepwaei. v[xa? — ^Pael fut. 3. sing. 

(with afF.) of >;>»j ;jv», Was free, (Peal not used), Pa. 5^jo, /S'ei 

/ree. Pret. 3. sing, with aff. Rom. viii. 2; Gal. v. 1 Fut. 3;-kkJ 

Part, pass. 5^j^»JLd, def. (3;.-k»,Ld, used as a noun, A free-man, 1 
Cor. vii. 22.— Fern. ver. 39.— PL masc. def. "Jj^jILd, Rom. vi. 20. 

Ethpaal 3;_KjZ.j, Was freed, Rom. vi. 7: — Fem. Z.5;.joZ.j, ch. 

vii. 3.-2. pi. ^LjILL]] ch. vi. 18, 22 Fut. 3. sing. fem. 

^5t-KjZ.Z., ch. viii. 23 Inf o5,_kjA1q^, 1 Cor. vii. 21. From 

this verb ai'e derived the nouns 

jZoJfjvj, fem. def Liberty, 2 Cor. iii. 17, &c: — and 

^ -J -x 

|50'^, pi. masc. def — the same, Rom. viii. 21. 

»<•• -x 7 _ -X 7 _ _ 7 

33. jZ.Or^^, service — Def. of 0^.L, nouu fem. Service, servitude. R. ,*^^, 

Performed. Whence also 

1" -x » 

jiClL, noun masc. def. A doer, maker, S. James i. 25 : — with aff. 

Hebr. xi. 10; S. James i. 23; iv. 11.— PI. def fjdiiii, Rom. ii. 

13; S. James i. 22. 

Heb. nn^^, Ezr. ix. 8, 9. 

Transl. lit. Service has not been rendered (loorked) by us to any man — 

Gr. ovStvt SeSovXevKa/^ev. 

— j)(_Kj . V ] *^, S071S of the free, i.e. free — Gr. l\e.v6e.poi — PI. def. of ]5]-kj, 

adj. Free, noble. — Fem. def "IZjJjkj, Gal. iv. 22, &c. — PI. masc. 

—^j'fjo, Acts xvii. 11. R. 5;_K» ^j^. Was free. 

Heb. (pi. only) Q^'-lh ^^obles, 1 Kings xxi. 8, 11. Once DHiPl, 

Eccles. X. 17. — Compare Gr. i^pws, Lat. herus, Germ. .§ecr. 

34. ? V)\n every one who — Tras o — See note, ch. iii. 16. 

36. 0(J\ y^, if — lav — Conjunction, followed by >. The words are written 
as one, OOTJ ( , S. Matt. v. 1 3. 
w. c. 19 



14G S. JOHN VIII. 37—44. 

Ver. 37. ... ^^Sd, Transl, Because in My loord ye acquiesce not, Gr. on 

•X . P 

6 Aoyos o £/i.os ov X'^P^^ ivv/xLv. — ^Ajj — j-C^XD, pron. sdj)hkitun. 
See note, ch. vi. 7. 
41. ]Zq_i_31 V> j of fornication — Ik Tropveta? — Noun fern. def. — PI. def. 
jZq_»_31, Eom. i. 29 (Vienna, Reg. — but other Editions read 
]Zq_uJ1). — R. Pl, Committed fornication. 
Heb. H-l^Tj figuratively, Numb. xiv. 33. 

43. ]i V> '^^^^.Sd, w%.? — Siart; — See note, ch. i. 15. 

— \0Aj1 . v^nA »^^ (pron. as one word, meshtauditun, and so written, 

2 Cor. xiii. 5.) ye understand — yivwa-Kerc — Eshtaphal part, (forming 

7 1 7 7^ 

pres. 2. pi.) of VJ^, Knew. Shaphel VJ5Q_», Manifested, announced, 

7 r .-K 

Gr. iatjixavev. Rev. i, 1 Eshtaph. ^ijoA^j (Acts xii. 11.) Recog- 

nized, understood, took knowledge of. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. Ai^joA.* \ , 
Acts xii. 14.— 3. pi. QJi.jc2L»T, S. Mark vi. 33; S. Luke ii. 50.— 

2. pi. ^Al^jo'Ajf, 2 Cor. i. 14; Col. i. 6 Put. VijoL^, 1. sing. 

vj)oL»t, Phil. iii. 10.— 3. pi. ^jo^l^J, 2 S. Pet. ii. 21.— 2. pi. 
AljoA^Z^ 2 Cor. i. 13 Part, ^)0AaV), Acts xix. 15. 

44. ] . « nVn l ^ ^/^e calumniator, accuser — the Devil — Gr. tot) 8ta/3oXoi; — A 

name of Satan, compounded of v^j, part, of ^13 j. Devoured, and 

« ff 7 

j xjr^ , noun masc. 4 rending, onorsel — The words occur separately, 

. . •» 7 .. . 7 .!• 

S. Luke iv. 2. They are also separately inflected, as ( ♦ ;".D . i \'-) ( , 

t\ 7 ^ 

accusers, 2 Tim. iii. 3; and fem. ]»r-^ ^N"^], 1 Tim. iii. 11. 
"We find also the verb inflected and the noun with affixes, 

7 7 «. • « 11 . 7 _ 

as wjOIO*"^ ^ nXn j i^ ^jj, so that they rm^ht devour His 
morsels, i.e. accuse Him, S. Matt. xii. 10. Also passively, 
vjOIO*"^ cnX Q.\2)|Z(, his morsels had been devoured to him, 
i.e. he had been accused to him, S. Luke xvi, 1. 
Similarly in Chald. Dan. iii. 8; vi. 25. 

— OlA^iJ, the lust — (pron. pleon.) — Gr. ras iinOvfXLas — j-iJ (Rom. vii. 8), 

noun fem. Desire, concupiscence. — Def. |A-i3, Rom. i. 27, &c. — 
R. «-i(KHt' •-hi' , Desired, lusted after. 



S. JOHN VIII. 44—49. 147 

Ver. 44.". . . . ,-^> OCn, Transl. He that (= who) from the beginning is a 
slayer of'men. 

— \LQ.^fD, a lie — to i/^evSos — Def. of dlD,^, noun fern. Falsehood. 

(Z.a£:i;^) (-».OJ, profhets of falsehood, false prophets, S. Matt, 
xxiv. 24 ; S. Mark xiii. 22. 

Compare Heb. ^^5, masc. Ps. iv. 3; v. 7. 

T T 

— 001 U-ii?> {dagolau) he is false — a liar — i]/ev(jTrj<; cort — Def. of ^-it> 

(Acts xxi. 24.) adj. Deceitful, fallacious. — Fern. ]A^.^»5 S. Mark 
X. 19.— PI. masc. ^'.'S.^?, Tit. i. 12.— Def. jl:/.), S. Matt. vii. 

15, &c.— PI. fern. def. TML/;?, 2 Tliess. ii. 9.— R. ^o, Was 
melted, dissolved. — Pa. ^i^*?, Deceived, lied. 

— OldOf K£i\, also (or, eve7i) the father of it, sc. ( / o «^, n — Gr. kol 6 Trar-tjp 

avTov. 

■n 7 

46. »m'OSo, Convincing — convinceth—Qr. eXcyxct — Aphel part, nf .mmn 

-n .7 

•DQD (not used). Aph. »CQD], Explained, convinced, reproved. 

•".7 . ■7>7 K.7 

Pret. 1. sing. Amnj with aff. Gal. ii. 11 Put. »CQaJ (or .map) 

S. Jude ver. 15: — with aff. pleon. S. John xvi. 8 Imi^erat. .QQIj], 

2 Tim. iv. 2; with aff. S. Matt, xviii. 15. Inf. AmnC^V Tit. i. 
9. — From this conjugation is derived 

10 » 7 .0 10 7 

1 mnVn noun masc. def. .4 reprover. Fem. def. (A . ^ mnV) 

2 S. Pet. ii. 16. 

I 7 _ 

49. ■ ij S» V>, dishonouring — ye do dishonour — Gr. art/Act^cTe — Pael part, 
pl. of f^» , Despised. — Pa. i^t > Treated loith contempt. Pret. 3. 

pi. 0^1. , S. Matt. xxii. 6 Fut. r^vJ, 3. pl. vO;A^, Acts xiv. 

5, &c. : with aff. S. Luke xviii. 33 Part. ^i» JiD, S. Luke xi. 

17 ^ 

45 Part. pass. pl. _i;_L^iiD, 1 Cor. xii. 23. 

7 7 .IV 

Ethpaal. ; ^ (^r\. Was opjirobrioitslg treated. Px'et. 1. pl. 

^^i^.]" 1 Thess. ii. 2 Fut. 3. pl. ^^I^^^^ ^cts v. 41 — 

Part. pl. -; V tl^i 1 Cor. iv. 10. From the Pacl part, is derived, 

^S«V>, noun masc. An evil-speaker, railer, 1 Cor. v. 11. See. — 
Pl. def.-]jp.IlD, Rom. i. 30. 






148 S. JOHN VIII. 53—59. 

"Ver. 53 |.Ln.1 — !aDO, Transl. And (greater) than the Prophets, who 

are dead. 

54. PI . K-«-^ *^, I honour — So^a^w — Pael part, (forming pres. 1. sing.) 

of ^^^kSl^ Pa. » »-'.*^ « (S. Matt. xv. 36, &c.) Praised, thanked, 
glorified; sung a hymn, S. Matt. xxvi. 30; S. Mark xiv. 26. — 

Pret. 1. sing. Aj1.Cl», S. Jolin xii. 28. — 3. pi. Qjo^riu*, S. Matt. 

'77 7 7 •■»> 

ix. 8, &c Fut. . ^..'^ « 1^ S. John xxi. 19. — 1. sing. ,_*a.r:x*|, 

with aff. Hebr. ii. 12; 1 Cor. xi. 22.-3. pi. A>^ n ■ 1, S. Matt. 
7 7 

V. 16, kc Imperat. ■■ ..^ '-^ ^ Gr. 80s Sofav, S. Jolin ix. 24, «tc. — 

77 

PI. Q_K»-0^, Rom. XV. 11 ; — and fern, with aff. in the same ver 

17 ' ? 

Pai't. pi. masc. . ^.-«^ *^. S. Luke ii. 13, 20, &c. : — with _L>j, 

7 7 

2 Cor. V. 12; ix. 13 Part. pass. _kk£1.a1d, S. John xvii. 10: — 

« 5 7 
Fern, (^vo «^, 2 Cor. iii. 10: Eph. v. 27. — Used in def. as an 

adjective; as, fern. (z1lkkI:i.«.Ld, 1 S, Pet. i. 8; iv. 14; — PI. masc. 

]jl£^«^0, S. Luke vii. 25. 

Heb. Pi. n!l2^', Ps. Ixiii. 4.— Chald. Pa. Dan. ii. 23; iv. 31, 34. 

— ocn ^0T__^), that He is our God — Gr. 6tl 0€os u/awv cctti. 

55. ».A.^ PI I0C7I, / should be — Gr. Icrojxai — - « \ pleonastic. 

. £> p 7 _ p 7 

— l-^r^) « lift,'"' — ^ivcTTrjq — Def. of *^rD, adj. Lying, false. Occurs here 

only in the N.T. — R. ^^p. Pa. ^^r^, Lied. Part. i^DrliLD, 2 Cor. 
'xi. 31; Gal. i. 20. ' ' 

Cogn. Heb. ^13, part. ^Ip, Ps. cxvi. 11. —Chald. l*!^, adj. 
Lying, fem. n!!"!^? Dan. ii. 9. 

T : • 

» p 7 7 

56. JOOI i-KjQffiV), earnestly desired — Gr. riyaXXidcraro, E.V. rejoiced — 

~ _ _ 7 

Pael part, (forming imperf. tense) of - «.>orn^ Desired, longed for, 

7 7 
was loell pleased. Pael t-y^OSD, the same. — Part. pi. masc. 

^^ » KiOmV), with ^1 Ki, 2 Cor. v. 8; 1 Thess. ii. 8. 

..1x77 17 

67. . > 1 > — . I • V)Kt t^, son of fifty years, fifty years old — _»_«l1Qjo, 
Fifty — Gr. TrevTrjKovra. 

Heb. W^J2n, 2 Kings i. 9. 

59. » > ■ 1^l\, hid Himself — iKpvjSi] — Etlipaal pret. 3. sing, of \m-^, Lay 



S. JOHN VIII. 59. IX. 3—6. l49 

Ver. 59. hidden. Ethpa. Became hidden, lost to sight, invisible. Also below, 
cli. xii. 36. 

7 7 

— .... 'fd^O, Transl. And He passed through the midst of them, and 
departed. Compare S. Luke iv. 30. (Syr. Vers.) 



CHAPTER IX. 

3. ^V^jAjj, that they (sc. tlie works of God)" should he made manifest 

— Gr. iVa <^avi.p(X)6fi — Etiipeel fut. 3. pi. of \\^^, Sato. — Ethpe. 
•_iI.>jZ] (ver. 11, 15), Was seen, appeared; received sight, sight 
ivas restored. Pret. 3. sing. fern. A_»]_k»Z|, Hebr. viii. 5. — 1. sing. 
La^L\, Rom. X. 20.— 3. pi. Q_.iaoZf, S. Matt. xiii. 26, cfec. :— 

Fern. .^jVi^Z], S. Luke ii. 13 (without Ribui); xxiv. 11 Fut. 

Iv^Aj, S. Matt. xxiv. 30, &c. :— Fern. lijoZl", Rom. vii. 13.— 

2. sing. lilK.Zr, S. Matt. vi. IS.— 3. pi. fem. ^\Ltl, S. Luke 

xxi. 11. — 2. pi. ^\^LL, S. Matt. vi. 1 Imperat. pi. oiojZf, 

Phil. ii. 15 Part. lu^Ak), S. Matt. xvii. 25, &c. Fem. 

VIIjLZ^, S. Luke vi. 41, 42.— PI. masc. ^fo^Ak), S. Matt. 
xxiii. 27, 28.— PI. fem. ^\Ll^, Rom. i. 20, &c. 

4. OCn ] V)V? I ( , it is day — rjixepa lariv — ^So,ji], clef (V)Vn .] noun masc. 

Day, as opposed to night, i.e. that part of the day (i>OQ_i) of 
24 hours illuminated by the sun. |lnLQ_.|£D, adverbially, in the 
day-time, Lat. interdiu, oh. xi. 9, &c. — PI. . VnV) . (^ S. Matt. 
iv. 2; xii. 40. 

Heb. Q^Vj ^y day, Numb. ix. 21. 

6. *d5, He spat — hnva-^ — Pret. 3. sing, of *n_D> »d5. Spat, spat out — 
Pret. 3. pi. Qjoh, S. Matt. xxvi. 67; xxvii. 30 Fut. *O0p, 

3. pi, v9^iJ> S. Mark x. 34; S. Luke xviii. 32 Part. *d"J5, 

pi. ^.»-D5, S. Mark xiv. 65. 

Heb. Dpi, Lev. xvi. 8. — Cogn. p*lV Numb. xii. 14. 



150 S. JOHN IX. 6—8. 

..7 7 ^ ^ 

Ver. 6. W*^ ..Oj and made — xat iTrotrjcre — Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. Formed, 
fasliioned. — Pret. 2 sing. A_i.£;i4i, with afF. Rom. ix. 20. Ethpeel 
v^*^ ah Was formed, 1 Tim. ii. 13. — From the part. Peil is 
formed 

]A\ . «^ . noun fem. def. A mass, lump, Rom. ix. 20, 21, &c. 

— f ^ ' ^ , clai/ — irrjXov — Def. of ^-t-i , noun masc. 

Chald. ptO, del 5^J^D, Dan. ii. 41, 43. 

— 01-005 ^j frnm. His Spittle — Gr. Ik tov 7m;or/x,aT05 — Noun with affix. 

*Oo5, def. |JD05. R. *Q-0> *D3, above. 
Heb. ph, Isa. 1. 6. 

— fc_«_^0, a?ifZ smeared the clay o?^, ^\l. — Kat eTrexpto-c.eTrt — Yerb Peal 

pret. 3. sing. «>*Q_^ - » ^^ Smeared upon — here and ver. 11, only. 

7, - ■« ' • I ; wash — vLif/ai — Aphel imperat. of ^td.* ^^j^, Ruhhed. Aph. 

- ,1 ' « I {in this ver.), Washed. — Pi-et. 3, sing. fem. A ,. > •j^ 
1 Tim. V. 10. — 1. sing. A . . . m.\ ver. 15, below; xiii. 14. — 3. pi. 

X.7 _ ^ I 

o Mi ' «(^ Rev. vii. 14 Fut. - .i > » ^ , S, John xiii. 10. — 2. sing. 

I • -X X , -X D . 7 

- .1 ' » / ^ ver. 9. — 2. pi. ^ .i i •/., ver. 14 — Inf n ii aV^N, 

ch. xiii. 5 Part, u ' * ^, c^^- ^iii- 6, 8. — PI. masc. » .i > * ^^, 

S. Matt. XV. 2, &c Part. pass. - .i «^, fem. def I U *^j 

used as a noun, A basin, S. John xiii. 5. — PI. fem. ■! »^, 
S. Matt. XV. 20; S. Mark vii. 2, 5. 

8. »_i(nQ.Cid.», /«s neighbours — Gr. oi yctrovc? PI. (with aflf.) of '*^*^ *, 

def [£1C1*, noun masc. Owe i(j/iO is near. PL _i_CLCi.», def. 
]£i£ijj. — Fem. def. "JAiUCLD, pi. def ]aAA« with aff. S. Luke 
XV. 9. 

. » . 7 

— .... ' \ ' lo, Transl. And those by whom he had been seen. 

■ — jocn 3r>j), that he used to beg, or that he was a beggar — Gr. on tu^Xos 
^v. The Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS., all the principal Versions, 
and S. Chrysostom, read ort Trpoo-atTv;? rjv, and this reading is pre- 
ferred by Grotius and Mill. 



S. JOHN IX. 9—16. 151 

Ver. 9, Part, (forming impeif. tense) of 5,_»j, Surrounded; whence 

the idea of begging, sc. going about hither and thither to solicit 
alms. (See note, ch, x, 24 below, when this word first occurs in 
its primitive meaning.) 

Infin. jpK^V^N, to beg, S. Luke xvi. 3. Deriv. |50r.Kj, noun 
masc, def. A beggar, Acts iii. 10. 

— OOCn ■ i;V)|? A_»(, there were some that said — some said — aXXot eXeyov. 

— pjDj jibrldD, he is like, lit. in similitude he is like — Gr. o/Aotos — Inf. 

absolute (i. e. without pref X) and part, of |LD5 , Resembled. 
Compare a similar construction in Hebrew, Gen. iii. 4, &c. — Fut. 

l!^,J, 2. pi. ^QiDjZ", S. Matt. vi. 8 Part. fem. ULdj, S. Matt. 

xi. 16, &c.— PI. masc. ^^ i V)?, S. Matt, xxiii. 27, &c.— PI. fem. 
,^ 1 V>?, S. Mark vii. 8, 13. Deriv. ( » ^";, masc. def Form, 
Rom. ii. 20; Rev. ix. 7; Gr. fx6p(fi(ii(n^, o/xo6w/xa. 

Heb. nf2l, Ps. cii. 7.— Chald. ;^J2l, Dan. iii. 25; vii. 5. 

T T T : 

Transl. And there were some that said, [others said), No, but he is 
like him. — So the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

10. u_»_*jZ\^Z.|, were opened — avetoxOrjaav — Ethpaal pret. 3. pi. fem. of 

K>^L2i, Opened. — Ethpa. *>jA2)Z.|, Was opened. Pret. 3. pi. 

a>j2vi)Zf, S. Matt. XX. 34, etc Fut. ^tkiL^, 3. pi. fem. 

^jIA^Aj, S. Matt. XX. 33. 

11 v>l, Transl. Go, wash in the waters of Slloam. 

14. k>oA2), He opened — avew^ev — Pael pret. 3. sing, of ooAS), Opened — 

Pa. the same Fut. ooA.2U, 2. sing. kj^Ls^L, Acts xxvi. 18 

Inf. O^^AiiSn!!, S. John x. 21. 

Heb. Pi. ri)^3, Opiened, loosed, Ps. xxx. 12; cxvi. 16. 

. 7 _ P 7 

16. (_»_4.»-», a sinner — a/xaprwAo's — Def of - '[)'■'; noun masc. — Fem. def 
\LJ^, S. Mark viii. 38; S. Luke vii. 37, 39.— PI. masc. 
^_a-»_4>j, def [ » 5 ^>; ver. 31, below, etc. — R. J-^uk*, Sinned. 
Heb. XtSn, A sinner. Gen. xiii. 13. — Fem. ,1X22)1, Amos 

T - T T - 

ix. 8. 



152 S. JOHN IX. 17—32. 

Ver. 17 '^] , Traiisl. He saith unto them, I say that He is a Prophet. 

21. «_»aiQJ-*-^ <TLA ^\^, he has entered upon his years, i.e. he is of age 

— Gr. -^XiKLav ex^L — cn^ pleonastic. 

7 7 

22. OOCn Q.Q.CC12), they had decreed — Gi\ o-wcrc^etvTo — Pret. 3. pi. (foi*m- 

~ ^ ... 

ing pluperf. tense) of -i^mg^ (cli. xviii. 26), Cut off] decided, de- 
termined. — Pret. 1. sing. AnUlS), S. Mark vi. 16; S. Luke ix. 9. 

•X . 7 7 

• — 2. pi. ^Amn^, Acts xiii. 46. — 1. pi. ^nmc^ Rom. iii. 9; 

2 Cor. i. 9 Put. JDOJCD-SU, 2. sing. ^QSn^H, with aff. S. Luke 

xiii. 9. — 1. sing. *OQj:n^l, 2 Cor. xi. 12. — 3. pi. ^nroc^^ Gal. 

V. 12. — 2. pi. ,nom^7 S. Luke vi. 35 Imperat. .n ome^ ^ 

S. Matt. V. 30 Inf. abs. JD_CQj2lk), Gal. v. 12 Part. ȣiai25, 

pi. masc. . nmg^^ g. Matt. xxi. 8, &c Part. Peil .o . mg^^ 

Acts XX. 16. 
Deriv. »0-CD^, noun masc. Gr. KaTaTOjxrj, The concision, Phil. iii. 2. 

* £> -X (> 

j pnmc^i ^ noun masc. def . The section, place of Scripture — Gr. 
77 Trepioxji] Ti?? 'ypa<f>f/<s, Acts viii. 32. 

1 A n V m <?•> ^ noun fern, pi, def. as an adverb with pref. *^, 
Concisely, briefly. Acts xxiv. 4. 
Transl. For the Jews had decreed, that if. ..they tooidd put him out 
of the synagogue. 
27 P-^> Translate, What do ye loish to hear 1 

•x 7 _ , , , 

28. •_i(nQ.jL_K*f , they reviled him — l\o\^6py\(jav avrov — Pael pret. 3. pi. 
with aff. of |,>j» (not used). — Pa. vu-kj* , Beviled, cursed, — Pret. 

3. 1)1. Ojujof, Acts xix. 37 Part. pj^JiD, S. Matt. xv. 4; 

S. Mark vii. 10. — PL masc. —h-jo^Sd, Acts xix. 9, ttc. 

Ethpaal .-jujI^*]^ Was reviled. — Part. \L^.^, 1 S. Pet. 
ii. 23. 
Deriv. |Aj_K»Of , noun fern. def. Reviling, reproach, 1 Tim. v. 14, &c. 

—PI. def. VaII.0. , Eph. V. 4. 
32. A vVn A •] ^ was it heard — i]Kovcr6rj — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing. fem. of 
^ikl*, Heard. Ethpe. ^iloAj") (ch. xii. 28, &c.), Was heard; 
obeyed.— Vret 3. pi. Ol.'^L*]] Hebr. xi. 31.— 2. pi. ^A^A*]* 



S. JOHN IX. 3:2—41. X. 1. 153 

Ver. 32. Eom. vi. 17, &c Fut. Mk)A^J, S. Luke xiL 3.-3. pi. 

^SV>L«J, Rom. i. 5, &c.— 2. pi. ^OIIdAjZ' Rom. vi. 12, 16 

iQiperat. pi. O SV)Aj'| , Eph. vi. 1, 5, &c Inf. n vVri A » Vn \ 

2 Cor. xi. 19 Part. u^A«Vn S. Luke xvii. 6 :— Fern. ]v^n' A«C> 

1 Cor. V. 1.— Pi. masc. ^ . VV)^«V), S. Matt. vi. 7, &c.— Pi. fern. 
—LLoAjtkJ, S. Mark i. 27. From this conjug. are derived 

]i vV>A«Vn adj. Obedient— Fern. ] . i vV>A«0^. S. James 
iii. 17.— Pi. masc. def. ]iCC^X,.V. 1 S. Pet. i. 14. 

j/o 1 vViA « V>^ noun fem. def. Obedience, 2 Cor. vii. 1.5 ; Hebr. 
v. 8.— with ]j, Disobedience, Rom. v. 19. 

Chald. Ithpaal ^^Jl^i^, Ofteyec?, Dan. vii. 27. 

33 f... n » ^n |Jj Transl. ^e cowW woi do this. 

36 H-^j Transl. Ife that was healed answered and said, d:c. 

38 \\<^ in Transl. And he fell {and) worshipped Him. 

39 cnJ_ir_ik, Transl. For the judgment of this world am I come. 

— ^V>m 1 might become — be made — blind — Gr. ru^Xot yiviavTai — Fut. 

3. pi. of PDTO, Was blind, became blind. — Pael vjlIsQCD, Blinded, 

1 S. Johnii. 11. 

.007 

41. wjOI (Lq.»_D, (pron, Kai/omoi.) is permanent, remaineth — /aci/ci — (Fem. 

~ 7 

of I>Q.»_D 1 Tim. V. 12, &c.) adj. Firm, sure, stable, safe. — Def. 

.007 

PiQ.*j3, 1 Cor. iv. 11, where however all the pointed editions read 
]!iaI_D. — PI. masc. ^ >^' r> 1 Cor. xv. 6. R. isOQ-O, Uin, Rose. 
Chald. D>D, Dan. iv. 23. 



CHAPTER X. 

1. \^^L ,_l2), by the door — 8ta tj/s 6vpa<i — Def. of VijZ, noun masc. A gate, 
' door—V\. def. }i)Z' cli. xx. 19, 26, etc. R. VJjZ, Opened, clave 
ojyen. 

Hel). ^y^, Ps. Ixix. 13.— Chald. pri, I^'^i- "• ^"^^ »"• 26. 

w. V. 20 



154 S. JOHN X. 1—5. 

Ver. 1. (; t /)\, into the fold — cis rrjv avX-qv- — ]; « ^; noun masc. def. 
occurring here and ver. 16, only. 

Heb. rrn^lOj fsm. An enclosure, fortress, Ps. Ixix. 26. 

T • 

»007 . , ....0 7 

— \'~\\ <« , a thief — kXc'tttt^s — Noun masc, def. — PI. def. ('^^ ■«) ver. 8, 

below, — E. -'^^ ■., Stole. 

Heb. ^3?!, Exod. xxii. 1, 6, 7. 

T ~ 
~, p 7 ».. 07 

— (CY) > .1, a robber — Ajycrriys — Noun masc. def. — PI. def. \<^ - ..j ver. 8, 

below. — P. »CDC1... - <y> , t J Investigated, searched a. house for 2)lunder. 

r 7 ..1> 7 7 ..-« 

Occurs in Ethpaal »CDQ-tZ.|, Fled for refuge, pret. 3. pl. arDa-iZ.|, 
Acts xiv. 6. — 1. pl. ^a-.Zf, Hebr. vi. 18, 

2, OCT tj-l»3, is the shepherd — iroifji-qv ia-Ti — Def. of \l^j, part, of p^J, 

Fed (see note, cb. xxi. 15) — Def. j-Ll,?, ver. 11, &,c. used as a 
noun, A shepherd. — Pl. (of fern. def. form) JZ.CLL), S. Luke ii. 8, 

Z.Cli>. Compare jZ.d£D(, 
from ]ni]] def. li-Cof. 

Heb, nyh) part, used as a noun, Ps. xxiii. 1. 

. ^ .7 7 o , ^ ^ 

3. Pi.5Z. p^, the ijorter, lit. Ae ^/irti X;ee^;s <Ae door — o dvpmpos — See note, 

cb. ii. 10. 
Transl. And to him the 2'>orter ojoens the door. 
5. (j^JDQJ, the stranger — Gr. aWoTplta — Def. of ^.j^^QJ (1 S. Pet. iv. 12), 
noun masc. An alien, foreigner. Fern, def JLUf^QJ, a strange 
land. Acts vii. 6. — Pl. masc. _j_jVIDQJ, Eph. ii. 12, &c. — Def. 
"lIv^OJ, S. Matt. xvii. 25, 26.— Pl. fern, def '(H^'iC^Q^, strange 
words, Acts xvii. 20. 

Heb. nil Deut. xvii. 15. H^^IlD!! THX, Exod. ii. 22. 

• ; T T • ; T I V V 

— yo-^, feeing — thei/ will fee, so. {.'UL, wbicb though mai-ked with Ribui 

is sing, in construction — sec note, eh. iv. 12. — c{i€v$ovTai — Part, 
fern, of »DjJL (S. Matt. ii. 14), Fled.— Pret. 3. sing. fem. AjD;A, 

Rev. xii. 6, Ac— 3. pl. CLD--L, S. Matt, viii. 33, &c Put. »D0;^, 

Eev, ix. 6.-2. sing. sOO-^H, Kom. ii. 3.-3. pl. v9^J-^, S. Matt. 



S. JOHN X. 5—12. 155 

Ver. 5. xxiv. 16, &c. — 2. pi. ^CLD^l^Z, ch. xxiii. 33 Impcrat. sOO'rL, 

S, Matt. ii. 13.— PI. CLOO}^, ch. x. 23 Inf. .o 'vO^V ^ ch. iii. 

7, &c Part. *CiiJ^, ver. 12, 13, below. — PI. masc. _»_D;i., 

2 S. Pet. i. 4; ii. 18. 

Heb. pIV, once, Job xxx. 3. 
Transl. But the stranger the sheej) will not follow, hut... for they know 
not the voice of the stranger. 
G. |Z(l£), parable — r-qv napoi/xLav — Noun fern. clef. A proverb, similitude. — 
PI. clef. IZU^, ch, xvi. 25, &c. E, jla, Exjjlored, searched. 

8 ^JT_iDO, Transl. And all ivho came are thieves, &c. The words 

Trpo e/xoS are wanting in the Sin. MS. ; as also in the Vulg. and 
other Versions. 

9. Jj-L5, pasture — vo[j.iqv — Noun fern. — R. Pi5, Fed. 

Heb. ^j;"), 1 Kings v. 3. 

10. »::2Q_1_ML_3>, that he may steal — to steal — Iva. KXiif/rj — Put. 3. sing, of 

*liJ_^, Stole. Pret. 1. sing. A^O-T., with aff. 2 Cor. xii. 16.— 

3. pi. nm ^, with aff. S. Matt, xxviii. 13 Put. 2. sing. 

»r:iQ_l_^Z", S. Matt. xix. 18, &c.— 3. pi. ^^i ,. y Rom. ii. 21. 
— Part. ^^^i^Hi, I^om. ii. 21; Eph. iv. 28. — PI. masc. ^ » "^ ^ ■ , , 
S. Matt. vi. 19, 20.— Constr. ■ » A i ' 1 Tim. i. 10.— Derivative, 
I^lJO-., noun masc. def. Theft.— 'PI def. l^JO^i, Rev. ix. 21. 
Heb. ::iil, Gen. xxxi. 19, 30, 32. 

-T 

— r-»A-i5 ^,Sd, something of abundance — that which is abundant — Gr. 

irepia-a-ov — See note, ch. v. 20. 
12. !;_»_.. j, tJie hireling — 6 /xtcr^wTo's — Def. of r-»-iil> part. Peil of ;-.(, 
Bargained (see note, S. Matt. xx. 1). Used in the def. state as a 
noun, A mercenary, one hired. — PI. def. j'^-i-ii|, S. Mark i. 20; 
S. Luke XV. 17. 

— yO)]}, the wolf — Tov XvKov — Def. (once I^JJ, Rev. xiii. 2), of *^]^, 

noun masc. A wolf. — PI. def. I^)"!?, S. Matt. vii. 15, &c. 

Heb. )3XT, Gen. xlix. 27. — j in Syr. taking tlie place of t. 



156 S. JOHN X. 12—20. 

Ver. 12. \*^^ ^ scattering — scattereth — a-Kopiril,u — Pael part, of ^^ (not 
used), Pa. b^Ci (S. Luke i. 51), Dissipated, dispersed. Pret. 2. 
sing. Zjj^, S. Matt. xxv. 24. — 1. sing. Zjy^, ver. 26 — Inf. 
n; °«-^<vn , S. Matt. xii. 30; S. Luke xi. 23 Part. pass. pi. 

^IjT^lSd, S. John xi. 52. 

Heb. ^T3, Scattered, Dan. xi. 24. Pi. 1)2,— Ps. Ix^dii. 31.— 
Cogn. ITS, Ps. Ixxxix. 11; liii. 6.— Chald. Pa. ^13, Dan. iv. 11. 

— T 

13. OlX V\ > h *~^ |J, he careth not — ov /neAct aurw — Part. Peil of ^^.^^ 
(Hebr. xi. 12), Whs wanting, ceased, rested from, teas lazy — Put. 

^^^^ Part. ^\|^, 1 Cor. xv. 24; 2 S. Pet. ii. 3 :— Fern. 

114^, Acts xix. 27.— PI. masc. ,_iA4£, Acts v. 38 Part. 

Peil, at leisure, and therefore able to give one's 7nind to a thing, 
thus, caring for. Compare Lat. vacare, to he at leisure, and vacare 
rei, to be intent on a thing. With dat. case, and ^JL of the object, 
when a noun, as here and in ch. xii. 6. With dat. case, and > of 
the object, when a verb, as S. Mark iv. 38, or clause, as S. Luke 
X. 40. 

Heb. Sb3, Eccles. xii. 3.— Chald. ^LD3, Ezr. iv. 24. 

16 loaiZo, Transl. And the flock shall be all of it one, and one 

Shepherd. 

17. m . ofTi'l ..,.>, that I may take it — Iva Xa/3a) avnyV — Put. 1. sing. 

7 

(with fem. aff.) of .mCQJ, see note, ch. i. 16. 

18. m . Vn . rnj^ that I may lay it doion — to lay it doion — Gr. Oelvai armji^ 

— Aphel fut. 1. sing, (with fem. aff) of ^OCD Ul£D, Placed— 
Aph. Jxa-iJc], Deposited. Put. ^aO i m 1, 1. sing. i^lj-Eo]. 

— I ^.O Qg^ ) commandment — Trjv Iviokqv — Def. of . ,jDC12 (Tit. ii. 15), 
noun masc. Authority, decree, edict, command. — PI. ^ > ... 1, . O Cia, 
S. Matt. xxii. 40.— Def ]j^^a^, S. Matt. v. 19, d'c— R. Jl£i, 
Commanded. 

20. p.^ h *^, He is utterly mad — Gr. /xaiVcrai — Infin. abs. and pret. 
3. sing, (sec note, ch. ix. 9) of ]jL», Was changed, changed in mind 



S. JOHN X. 20— -24. 157 

Ver. 20. for the woi'se, deranged. — Pret. 2. sing, A > i » Acts xxvi. 24. — 

1. sing. A . 1 « ver. 25. — 3. pi. Q-l_», 1 Cor. xiv. 23 Fut. p_«J, 

2. sing. ]j_»Z" Acts xxvi. 24 Part. "il_», pi. fern. def. "|AIJL», 

used as a noun, idle tales, Gr. X-^po^, S. Luke xxiv. 11. 

X 7 X 7 .1> 

Pa. «-!-», see note, ch. v. 24, above. Ethpa. • > i A »] jy^g 

•^7 » 

changed, Acts vii. 16; Hebr. xi. 5. — Part. pi. . i A • V* ^ Eph. 
iv. 14. 

Heb. n32J^> Was, became, changed, Mai. iii. G. Lam. iv. 1. — 

Chald. 5<J2^, Dan. iii. 27; v. 6, 9, vi. 18. Was different from, 

T ; 

\t2} ch. vii. 3, &c. 

21. pQ_t)), of Mm that hath a devil — Saifiovi^o/jievov — Noun masc. def. A 

demoniac. PI. def. IjoJ?, S. Matt. iv. 24, &c. 

22. jZjQjvjj Ijj^, the Feast of the Dedication — to. cyxatVia — 

j)p», noun masc. def. A festival. PI. def. "Ijji, Col. ii. 16. — R. 

5Q-L fii. Was accustomed. 
|Z.jQ.aj, noun masc. def. A dedication, renewing. Pom. xii. 2; Tit. 

Z.'R 7 
,_»v», Pa. Z.,>a (Hebr. x. 20), Renewed, restored, revived. 

Z'7 7..1>' ..? y Is 

r-»^L\, Was renewed Fut. Z.j_»oAj, Eph. i. 10. — 3. 

pi. ^Zj-joAj, Hebr. vi. 6.-2. pi. ^I.J^L£, Eph. iv. 23 Part. 

Z^^Ak), 2 Cor. iv. 16; Col. iii. 10. 

Compare Heb. ^*in> ^he new moon, Ps, Ixxxi. 4. E. ^'iM, 

V - T 

Wa^ neio. Pi. t^'^T}, Renewed, Ps. li. 12. 

— |oAcD, tvinfer — x^'-H-^^ — Noun masc. def. Bad weather, S. Matt. xvi. 3. 

—PI. def. loAm, S. Luke xxi. 11. 
Heb. inO, Song of Sol. ii. 11. 

T ; 

24. *-t0105rJo, came round about Him — iKVKXwa-av airov — Pret. 3. pi. 

~ .* . ' 

(with aff.) of Jf^yj, Surrounded, see note, ch. ix. 8, above. — Part. 

Peil ;_*^, S. Luke xxi. 20.— PL ^^^, S. Matt. viii. 18 

(actively). 

7 7 .7 •^ 

— ■ ■ '^^ 1 Aj| kliflOJ, dost Thou make us to doubt? — Lit. dost Tlioxi take 

our sold — hold our soid in suspense ? — ttjv i/'u;(t/i/ iqjt.Qv alpii<; ; 



158 S. JOHN X. 33-42. 

Vci*. 33. AjI -J^, 11 ^. Thou hlasphemest — Gr. Trept pXaa^-qfiia^ — Pael 
part, (forming pres. tense) of ^£)p^(not iised), Pa. .^,.^(8. Matt, 
xxvi. 65), Mocked at, reviled.— Vret. 3. pi. Q^r\V -^^^- ^'^^^ ^' 

11, 21 Flit. ^^Lj, S. Mark iii. 29; S. Luke xii. 10.— 3. pi. 

A^ipyLj, S. Mark iii. 28 Inf. gg^^^V^N, Rev. xiii. G — Part. 

pi. masc. ,_j_2)y_,iJiD, S. Matt, xxvii. 39. 

Etlipaal fcS)p..Z.|, Was reviled. Fut. 3. sing. fern. ,_».£)j>^Z.Z., 
2 S. Pet. ii. 2:— without ^ final, Rom. xiv. 16 — Part. ^;_^jASd, 
ch. ii. 24. 
Deriv. <^_ ,. V>^ noun masc. A blasjjheyner, 1 Tim. i. 13. — PI. def. 

|i^yJ^, 2 Tim. iii. 2. 

Heb. Pi. Vn>^, 2 Kings xix. 6, 22: Ps. xliv. 17. 



36. aT_»r^ "1^1? J Whom the Father hath sanctified — tv i IXaTTyp T^ytacrc — 
Pael pret. 3. sing, (with afF.) of w»pD (not used), Pa. ._»j_D (Hebr. 
ii. 11), Consecrated, hallowed. Fut. »-»ynJ, Hebr. xiii. 12 

n 7 ' •^ 7 

Imperat. ._»r-0, S. John xvii. 7. — PI. Q-»r-D, S, James iv. 8; 
1 S. Pet. iii. 15 Part. wj'^Ld, S. John xvii. 19; S. Matt. 

7 7 

xxiii. 17, 19. — Part. pass. .»»ynSD, Rom. xv. 16, &c. : — PI. masc. 
> • .'"^^j S. John xvii. 19. 
Deriv. ]/^ n m . , n^ noun fem. def. Holiness, sanctification, Acts xxiv. 
25, &c. 

1 f nV^ noun masc. def. The sanctuary, Rom. ii. 22; Hebr. 
ix. 12, ttc. 

Heb. Pi. tJ^-in, Exod. xx. 8. 

39. A . *-> Vi ^ oz<< q/*, lit. //'ohi among — Ik — Aj_0, prep. Among, through, 
— _!.... Aa..O, between... and, S. Luke xvii. 11. 

42 j] V .. mn^ Transl. ^?ic^ many believed on Him. — The Syr. as well 

as the Vulg. oniits tKei, which however is found in all the best 
Cr. MS8., and is rendered in the Philoxeuian Version. 



S. JOHN XL 1, 2. 159 



CHAPTER XL 

Ver. 1 ^j5 |CCJI A-.|, Transl. Now there was one that (ivas) sick; 

Lazarus of the village Bethany, the brother of Mar ij and of Martlm. 

2. LLt^ ■ V)j .^cn, she who anointed — Gr. -q dXeiipaa-a — Pret. 3, sin"', fem. 

? 
of o^kjlId (Rev. xxi, 17), Measured; — (this meaning, in the N.T., 

occurs in the Book of Revelation only — whence "jA ^. o « V> ^ the 

measure, S, Matt, xxiii. 32), Anointed. — Pret. 2. sing. Aj-kj^Id, 

S. Luke vii. 46 — Fut. w»jO ■ V>1, with aff. pleon. Rev, xxi. 15. — 

»» O -X -!> 

2. sing. ooQjlSdZ., with aff. ch. xi. 2. — 3. pi. ^a>o..«j£L3 , with aff. 

S. James v. 14: — Fern. ^_k» aV)!, with aff. S. Mark xvi. 1 

Imperat. o^n.a.V), S. Matt. vi. 17; Rev. xi, 1 Part. o>j,jlLd, 

fem. (jl-alD, S. Luke vii. 38.— PI. masc. ^ > .' . ■> V> ^ S. Mark 
vi. 13. 

Heb. n^^) Dreio the hand over, s]3read over, (whence the 
notion of measuring)- — Besmeared, as a shield with oil, to polish it, 
Lsa. xxi. 5. — Whence, Anointed, Ps. xlv. 8, kc. 

— j^nmnn, with ointment — /xvpw — Def, of isQilLO, noun masc. PI. def. 

]VlCnO, sweet spices, Gr. apw/xara, ch. xix. 40. — ^v/^ia^a, S. Luke 
i. 9, 10, 11. 

Heb. Db^S, Exod, xxx. 23; and h^i^'^, 1 Kings x. 10, 

— v_»C7IQ_A^t5 , the feet — (pron. pleonastic) — rows Tro'Sas — PI. of ^-ii', def. 

(I.y^> (Acts vii. 5), noun fem. (usually), The foot. — PI. » V , . ? ^ 
S. Matt, xviii. 8, &c.— Def |IJ, S. John xiii. 5, 14. 

Heb. ^T\, Numb. xx. 25.— Chald. SjI. Df^"- ii- 33, 41; 

vii. 4, 7. 

'A ' ^ 

— tUQ^O, a)id iviped — Gr. /cat cK/xa^acra — -Pael pret. 3. sing. fem. of 

|Q_», Was equal, toorthy. Pa. «_»Q_», Wiped away, cleansed, also 
Strewed, spread, S. Matt. xxi. 8; S. Mark xi. 8. These, and other 
meanings of this verb in its several conjugations, proceed from the 



100 y. JOHN XI. 2—7. 

Ver, 2. oi'iginal idea o£ worthmess, Jittiess. See notes, oh. i. 23, 27; v. 18. 

Impei'at. (Q-», Acts ix. 34 Part. JQ_»iiD, S. John xiii. 5: — 

Fern. 1^0 m^O, S. Luke vii. 38. — PI. masc. ^Qjtk?, S. Matt. 

Q_»iD, prepared, made ready, 
S. Mark. xiv. 15; S. Luke xxil 12. 

Heb. Pi. nijSJ', Madej^lain; composed, calmed, Isa. xxviii. 25; 
Ps. cxxxi. 2.— Cbald. Pa, '>)l^ , Made like, Dan. v. 21.— Ithpa. 
N^nEJ'J^) ^<^s made like, became, ch. iii. 29. 

• " ^ . . ^ 

— m. vm«-^ with her hair — Gr, rats 6piO-v avrrjs — Def. of i-L£D, noun 

masc. The hair, collectively, head oj" hair, Lat. ccesaries; as dis- 
tinguished from (Alio, a single hair; j;ACDj ]r>j jAiVn S. 
Matt. x. 36. See also S. Luke xii. 7.— PI. with aff. 1 S. Pet. iii. 3. 
Heb. nj;^ or *^'^p, Isa. vii. 20.— Chald. '^'l^'^, Dan. iii. 27; 
vii. 9. 
Transl. Now this Mari/ was she who anointed with ointment the feet 
of Jesus, and willed (them) with her hair; her brother it was, 
Lazarus, who was sick. 

^7 7 r T 

3. __»)p»0, and they sent — Gr. aTrecTTciXav ovv — Pret. 3. pi. fem. of 5j_», 

with . , paragogic. 

— ^OIjZjZ, they two — —jZjZ, fem. of ^'Z, Two. — Constr. ,^LhL, 

r 7 ■» 7 7 7 

with aff. pron. — See note, ch. vi. 7. 

— OiZq-k»(, his sisters — Gr. at a8e\<^at — PI. def. with aff. of (Ajm (S. Luke 

x. 39) for XlL]\ a sister.— With affixes, ver. 28, 39, below.— PI. 
def. TZoJ^f, S. Matt. xix. 29, &c. 
Heb. ninX, Gen. xii. 13. 

T 

4. (A>^0*^ •Z >.'^\ Kt, for the glory — vnlp Trj<i 8o^? — Def. of (jo-^^jZ, 

noun fem. Praise, majesty, pomp. Assumes in the def. state sing. 
O before the last radical. PI. .-vo •/^ ^;?-rtises, Rom. i. 25, &c. — 
Def. ]A>.».n •L, hymns, Eph. v. 19, &c. R. ..j-k^Ij, »>^Ki2L», 
Praised. 
7. ^^5AO0, and afterwards — (hen after that — Gr. cTrcira fxerd toOto — See 
note, ch. i. 15. 



S. JOHN XI. 7—12. 161 

Ver. 7. v>i|J oZ, come, let us go — Gr. ayw^tev. 

9. j|pn v/ i/ ^ twelve — SwScKa — Card. numb. fern. 

— ^^I^ZALD (J, /te stumbleth not — ov Trpoa-KoirTci — Ethpeel part, of ^^Z, 

Struch against. See note, S. Matt. iv. 6. — Ethpe. ^\r)ZZ], Was 

offended, stumbled. Pret. 3. j^l. n \o/ 7 j^ Rom. ix. 32; xi. 11 

Part. pi. ^-.xZLoZ'AkJ, Gal. ii. 11, &c. 

10. "j^jOU, the light — to <^(Gs — Def. of ;_.CTIJ (S. Matt. vi. 22; S. Luke xi. 

34, 36), adj. Bright, full of light. In the def masc. used as a 
substantive. Light. — Fem. def (Z.^OTJ, a bright cloud, S. Matt. 

.1\ 17 7 

xvii. 5. — PI. masc. def IV-jOU, S. Matt. x. 27. R. 50U, Shone. 

Heb. rr\'n^, Job iii. 4.— Chald. ^I"^^'^J (Keri n^li/lJ) Dan. 
TT : ■•■ • ; T : 

ii. 22. 

11. «*~^0 », 7tas fallen asleep, sleepeth — KeKOL/xrjTai — Verb pret. 3. sing. 

Laid him down to rest. — 3. pi. (ICIOlm, 2 S. Pet. iii. 4 Fut. 

7 -n -TV ..7 

»no • 1 Part, ^n*^*, pi. masc. constr. - » on» 1 Cor, vi. 9; 

1 Tim. i. 10. Part. Pell .^>^«, pi. ^jjOjA*, S. Matt. 

xxvii. 52. 

Heb. ^^^, Ps. iii. 6. 

— fc^OlO i; > S]?, iAa< / may awake him — tva i^mvLcrw avrov — Aphel fut. 

1. sing, (with aflf. pron.) of JQ-L ^i. Watched, was awake. — Apb. 

X ^5" X .7 

;_»_LJ, Awakened, roused. — Pret. 3. pi. r>. . v] -witii aff. S. Luke 

viii. 24 Fut. ;_iij, 2. sing. m-^Z, 2 Tim. i. 6 Imperat. pi. 

O^j-L], 1 Cor. XV. 34 — Part. ; > SV), Acts xxiv. 5; 2 S. Pet. 
iii. 1. 

Heb. Hipli. n^V/l j Aroused, watched, Zech. iv. 1 : Ps. xxxv. 23. 

7 c 

12. tr^j Lord, lit. our Lord — Kv'pie — See note, ch. iv. 11, above. 

— ^^? ^> if he sleep — et KeKOLfxrpraL — Participial noun, used for the 

regular part. v»5iD5, from s»ll3j, Slept. See note, S. Matt. viii. 
24.— Def. ]d^], Eph. v. 14.— Fem. ]2^l, S, Matt. ix. 24, &c.— 

X 7 7 

PI. masc. -. j.r:^SP? , S. Matt. xxvi. 40, 43, &c. : — with ^— !-»-», ch. 
xxviii. 13.— Def ]£lk)?, 1 Cor. xv. 20. 
w. c. -21 



162 S. JOHN XI. 13—18. 

Ver. 13. jnVi^Vn ^\jL, concerning the rest, taking the rest — Trept Tq<i kol- 
fiija-eois — Noun masc. def. Repose ; also, A place for repose, a couch, 
Rom. xiii. 13. — R. wiliDj, Slept. 

— ]Aj_»), of sleep — Tov vttvov — Def. of p_», noun fern. Sleep. 

Heb. n^K^', Ps- xc. 5. R. )^\ ;S7e2;«.— Chald. {^J^J^', def. 
Xni2J^, Dan. vi. 19. 

T • ; 

14. A .jo . ^ '^ , openly — Trapprja-ia — Adv. Easily, clearly. Formed from 

the adj. ■ o . * <=^^ Easy. R. ■ ri « <y> }f-^s easy. Pa. Unfolded, 
explained. 

15. o'-^xm ^0 ye — Gr. ayw/xcv — Imperat. pi. — Compare S. Mark i. 38. 

— _1dA_^, thither — Gr. vrpos aurov — See note, ch. ii. 1. 

7 .7. -^ 7 .■» ^ 

16. ^Ld]ASd, loas called — Xeyo/Acvos — Ethpeel part, of ^Sd|, A^aid — Ethpe. 

'S^}!^ (S. Matt. i. 22, &c.) TTas saic?, spoken. Pret. 3. pi. fern. 

^V^Ul' Acts xvi. 38 Put. jlilAj, fern, (without final ^) 

•Sd\11, ch. xiiL 46 Part. fern. "J^IALd, S. John xix. 13, 17. 

•^ » 7 

7 7 _ _ 7 .(> 7 

— . ,mny«-^ v>^ /tis companions, felloivs — PI. with aff. of 'r^X*^, def (;.0>j, 

noun masc. j4/i associate, friend. Fem. def. (Z.;*~i Kt, with aff. 
S. Matt. xii. 13, &c.— PI. masc. ^V^IiL, def fi^iL. 

Heb. *n^ll, Ps. cxix. 63. — R. ^'211, Bound together. Chald. 
^iri, pi. with aff. Dan. ii. 13, 17, 18.^ 

Transl. To the disci2)les, his felloios — Gr. rots (Tvix[j.aOr]TaU. 

17. ')5a£i.D Aj-Ci£:i, lit. in the hotise of burial — in the grave — Gr. iv tw 

fxvrjfjLUif — Noun masc. def Burial, ch. xii. 7; Sepidchre, ch. xix. 
42, without Aj^. pi. def ]jonn A^, S. Matt. viii. 28, 

7 

&c. — R. 'r^XO, Buried. See also note, S. Mark xiv. 8. 
Transl. And Jesus came to Bethany ; and found that he had been four 
days (lit. that four days to him that he loas) in the house of burial. 

- p X 7 7 7 

18. \<^ ^\^ ^, removed, distant — ^D marking the participle. Fem. of 

17 7 

■r> >; g>, part, Peil of »D^^, Separated — See note, S. Matt. ix. 



S. JOHN XI. 18-31. 163 

Ver. 18. 24.— Def. ]hJiJSi (without ') 1 S. Pet. ii. 9.— PI. masc. ,_»_CL.ti), 
Acts XV. 20, &c. Used in some cases as an adjective. 

— ;m vA « V>> . fifteen — SeKaTreVre — Card. numb. masc. Another form 

7 7 7 .-K '^ 7 7 

is ; m V > V) . . Fem. (^friv «^n.> S. Luke iii. 1. 
Transl. Now Bethany was 7iigh Jerusalem, distant from it about fifteen 
stadia. 

7 . ..7 

19. OOCn __»(jZ.j, had come, were come — lKr]\v6i.i.a-av — Part. Peil pi. 

formiug pluperf. tense. This part, retains | in the pi. — Compare 
> ] . 1 m from P-CD, hated. 

— >rn«-^\«~^ ^ W)^^ tluit they might speak to their heart, i.e. comfort 

them — Gr. iVa Trapa/xvOija-ijiiVTac avrds — This is either the only 
instance in which the verb vLiD occurs in Peal, — or it is fut. 3. 
pi. of (ILd, filled, used in the sense of \LlD, — or the reading is 
faulty, and should be ^OA-^iLoJ. See notes, ch. ii. 7 ; iii. 11. 

20. CTLLJofj AQ-SJ, she went forth to His meeting, i.e. went and met 

, ^ 7 -x . 

Him — Gr. vTrrjvTrja-^v arro) — ^50 1, noun masc. A meeting. Ad- 
verbially with pref _^, Vi3o|j, to meet, Lat. in occursum, obviam, 
S. Matt. XXV. 1. — Here, and ch. xii. 13 with affixed pronoun, 

7 ^ X « • 

which in ch. viii. 34; 1 Thess. iv. 17 is pleonastic. — _l5o(J, to 
meet us, Acts xxviii. 15. 

24. (ibjoQJLO, in the resurrection — Gr. Iv ttj avao-Tacret — Noun masc. def. 
Consolation, raisi7ig tip of one^s hopes, s^nrits; raising to life. 

■n 7 

R. ^>CL>v>J (not used) in Arab. /Sighed, panted. Syr. Pa. ^>Q_k*J, 
Recalled to life. 

Heb. Pi. on J, lit. Gave breath to; whence, comforted, including 
the idea of hdping, raising up. See Ps. xxiii. 4; Ixxi. 21; 
Ixxxvi. 17. 

28. A .] . rnn secretly — XdOpa — Adverb. R. |XClI3, Concealed. 

29. ^^|L_L, quickly — Ta^v — Adv. Swiftly, immediately. R. ^^^L, Arab. 

Hastened. Also with pref. ^O, \^ .i ^-'"^^ ch. xiii. 27, below. 
31. OOCTl _j|_i>CilD, comforted — irapafivdovfjievoL — Pael part. pi. (forming 



IG4 S. JOHN XL 31—35. 

Ver. 31. imperf. tense) of (j.^ (Acts xx. 1, 2), Consoled. Not found in 

Peal. — Pret. 3. pi. O^l^, Acts xvi. 40 Fut. V*-^, Eph. vi. 

22, &c.— 2. pi. ^'U.Ll, with aff. 2 Cor. ii. 7,-1. pi. llli^, 

with *) added, 2 Cor. i. 4 Imperat. pi. q | 1 *^ ^ 1 Thess. v. 11. 

Inf. oVinV)^, Tit. i. 9 Part. ll^iiD, 2 Cor. i. 4; and 

Ij . «-^^ ch. vii. 6. — For the conjugation of verbs whose final ] 
is a guttural, see Cowper's Gram. § 99, and Pai'adigm. 

— jHCilQA, to wee}) — Iva KXavcrr) — Inf. with _i., of |li^ (S. Matt. xxvi. 

75, &c.) We2)t.— Pret. 2. pi. ^A . A^ S. Luke vii. 32 Fut. 

]'^'^\ S. Mark xiv. 72. — 2. sing. ]n^L, Eev. v. 5: — Fern.- 
^.j-lloZ, S. Luke vii. 13. — 3. pi. ,nn«->i Rev. xviii. 9, 15. — 
2. pi. ^^nZ, S. John xvi. 20, &c. : — Fern. ^^ll^L, S. Luke 

7 

xxiii. 28 Imperat. pi. QUO, Rom. xii. 15: S. James v. 1: — 

Fern. ^V »^^, S. Luke xxiii. 28 Part. ]££, S. Mark ix. 24. 

— Fem. (-i-HO, S. John xx. 11, 13, 15, &c. — PI. masc. > '~^*~^, 
ver. 33, below, &c. — PI. fem. » ^*~^i Acts ix. 39. — Deriv. 
]A£i£:5, noun fem. def. A tveejmiff, Acts xx. 37. See note, ch. iii. 35, 
above. 

Heb. nDS, Gen. xlv. 14. 

T T 

Transl. For the// thought (So'^avres, Sin. and Vat. MSS.), Site goeth 
%into the grave to wee}) there. 

33. 11AZ.|, He was troubled, groaned — h/e/^pLfj-rjaaTo — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing. 

7 

of 1]A XL., Was strong. Ethpa. TT'^as strengthened, also, Was greatly 

7 7 71 

excited.— VsiYt. W^ti^, ver. 38, below. 

Hob. )|y, Made strong, became strong, Ps. ix. 20; Ixxxix. 14. 

. <■ .7 

34. p_i|, tchere? — ttov; — See note, ch. i. 28. 

..7 7. 7 

35. ._iCnQ-lSD5, the tears (pron. pleon.) — PI. of MlDj, noun fem. A tear. — 

PL def. (of masc. form) piDj, Acts xx. 19, 31, kc. — A sing. def. 
form "JAlLdj occurs. Rev. vii. 17; xxi. 4. 

Heb. yO"!, m. A tear, used metaphorically for the juice of 
grapes or olives, Exod. xxii. 28. Also nV/iD'^j f- -^ tear, or tears, 
Ps. vi. 7, &c. R. "^JT^, Wept, Jer. xiii. 17.' 



S. JOHN XI. 35—44. 165 

Ver. 35. Transl. And the tears of Jesiis came — Gr. cSaKpvcrcv o 'Irytrovs. 
Compare TTHJJIb'l t^UH ivh], Ezek. xxiv. 16. 

•i> '' ^ . . 

38. OT-AO t-^OlO y » '~), in Himself- — iv cavrw — Lit. inter se et seipsimi. 

See note, ch. i. 26. 

— ]/ ; vVo a cave — aTtrjXaiov — Noun fern. def. — PI. def. (of masc. form) 

lJllO, Hebr. xi. 38. 

Heb. niy^) Josh. x. 16, &c. — R. *)J|T^ in Arab. Dug out, 
deeiiened. 
Transl. And this sepulchre was a cave, and a stone toas placed at its 
door. (39) And Jesus said, Tahe away this stone. 

39. OT-^ •-»r^j ^^^ ^^<^'^ become corru2)t — o^ei — Verb Peal pret. — Occurs 

only here and S. James v. 2. 

43. 1^5, loud, lit. high— Gr. /^cyaXTj— Def. of ^1 (S. Matt. iv. 8; S. Luke 

xvi. 15), adj. High, exalted. — Fem. JSd5, Acts xxvii. 41. — PL 
masc. def. \^'y, 2 Tim. iii. 2; Sr James iv. 6. — R. iOOJ is05, Was 
high. 

Heb. Q*n, part, of W]'^, Isa. vi. 1. 

T 

44. ^1 t ro( j^, bound, sc. «_.cnQ_\-i50 «-iG10r->| — Gr. 8e8e/x,ei/os, sc. o 

TeOvr/Km — PL fern, of ,- . (^ "j (ch. xviii. 24). Part. Peil of ^"j^ 
Bound; see note, ch. xviii. 12. Def. (;_»_CD|, often used as a 
noun, S. Matt. xxviL 15.— Fem. ]: » rcs]\ g. Matt. xxi. 2.— PL 

I I .7 .i> I .7 

masc. _j";j.rD|, 8. Luke xii. 35. — Def. (y ' "^\, Acts xvi. 27; 
xxvii. 1. See also note, ch. iii. 24. 

— (A . r>m <yi«-i with grave-clothes — KeipiaLs — PL def. of (A . ofr>«y> noun 

fem. def. — Ijat. /ascice. 
. .mnc^l ^ his face — 77 oi/^ts aOTou— «.2)| (for «.2ij|) noun fem. used only 

~ . .. x .7 

in pi. (masc. form) > <=^|^ The face, 1 Cor. xiiL 12, &c. — Def. 

•i T.'J . . '^ » 7 .. 7 ' p _ _ 

(^1, Ptom. iii. 18; and in the phrases V2)(.0 ._«_ClCClJ, accipientes 
vidtus, i.e. hypocrites, S. Matt. vi. 2, &c.: — ^2^0 t'HCnV), acceptio 
vultuum, ch. vii. 24, above, Gr. Trpoo-wTroXT^TTTat, irpoa-wTroXruj/ia. — 
Constr. ■ ' <=^( , Acts xvii. 26; and in the phrase p»5Z. w_i..2f. 



166 S. JOHN XI. 44—50. 

Ver. 44. fades portce, the veil of the temple, Gr. KaTairiracrixa, S. Matt, 
xxvii. 51, &c. — - > <=^|', about, S. Matt. xx. 6. — t-t^l >0l1i,, for, 

7 

for the sake of, ch. vi. 51, above. 

Heb. &X, dual D^i3Ji{, The nostrils, Gen. ii. 7, and by meton. 

The face, ch. iii. 19 Chald. ftJi^, only in pi. TSJi^, with aff. 

Dan. ii. 46; iii. 19. — R. Heb. &J5<{, Breathed, fig. was angry, 
Ps. ii. 12, &c. 
jjOTD-Ci, with a napkin — crovSapuo — Noun masc. def. — PI. def. p')Q£D, 
Acts xix. 12. Lat. Sudarium. 

— vj010(;_», ^oose /wwi — Xvorare avrov — Imperat. pi. (retaining () with 

•f.*, see note, ch. i. 27. 

■ — v>i( Q-DQ.C1*, suffer (him) to go — a^ere wayetv — Compare S. Matt, 
viii. 22. The verb is followed by the fut. with pref. 5, S. Mark 
xi. 16. 

47. Q-jlUDL], they gathered themselves, or, toere gatJhered together — Gr. 

7 

(Tvvriyayov (rvveSptov — Ethpaal pret. 3. pi. of ». ■ 1 ^, Collected. — 
Ethpa. - » ^ •"I/ ( (Acts xvi. 22), Was congregated. — Pret. 1. pi. 

^-•JiiZf, Acts xix. 40 Fut. - « ^^Ai 3, pi. ^ « i nAj, S. 

Matt. xxiv. 28, &c. — 2. pi. ^Q.*_ir:ZZ, 1 Cor. v. 4 Imperat. 

pi. Q-a-LoZl^ Rev. xix. 17 Part. . ■ inAk?, S. Mark ix. 

25, &c.— PI. masc. ^. I i ^aC^ S. John xviii. 20, &,c. 
Chald. Ithpa. (or Ithpe.) part. pi. Dan. iii. 3, 27. 
50. %oLj\ » *~^ * > .AVn ye consider — SiaXoyt^ecr^e — Ethpaal part. pi. 
(forming pres. tense) of -'^ « ■■ », Deliberated. — Pael %^^jm-K», 

•^ 7 

Kechoned, counted. — Fut. <n > kkJ, Rev. xiii. 18.^ Ethpa. 
•*^ * > ./ j (S. Luke vii. 39), Considered, considted, disputed. — 

7 7 ..-K 7 7 ..i> 

Pret. 3. pi. nn ■ .*^L\, ver. 53, below. — 1. pi. _d.«»».jZ.|, Acts 

XV. 25 Part, .n ■ Lt^, S. Luke xii. 17:— Fern. ]A « r.AVr. 

ch. i. 29. 

— o^kO^, (i^ is) expedient — (rv/A^epei — Adj. followed by .^ of the dative. 

A fem. form ( ».^ rx^ occurs, Phil. i. 23; Hebr. xiii. 17. 



S. JOHN XL 51—55. 167 

Ver. 51. - ' *^^^ |> 'ie prophesied — irpo^^-qTiva-ev — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing. 
Foretold.— Z. pi. QjjCijZf, S. Matt. xi. 13.— 1. pi. ,_.^Zf, 

ch. vii. 22 Fut. |^Aj, 3. pi. ^niAj, Acts ii. 17, 18.— 2. pi. 

^aiu22, 1 Cor. xiv. 1, 5, 31 Imperat. ]£uZ.), S. Matt. xxvi. 

68, &c Inf. OiniAkA, 1 Cor. xiv. 39 Part. I^jjZ^, 

1 Cor. xi. 4, &c. — PI. masc. __i_dJZ)iD, Acts xix. 6; — Fern. 
. «-mAV) ch. xxi. 9. — No other conjugation of this verb occurs 
in Syr. or Chald. — Root, in Arab. Shewed, declared. 

Heb. Niph. ^^^, Amos. iii. 8; Hithp. J^^jni, Numb. xi. 
25.— Chald. Ithpa. ^^JriH, Ezr. v. 1. 

54. |5Z(J, unto a country — ets Trjv x^^pav — Def. of 5Z( (S. Luke x. 1: 
xxi. 24), noun masc. A place, region, — PI. def. (fern, form) 

jZ.O>Z.j, ch. vii. 35, above. 

Chald. nni<, Dan. ii, 35 ; Ezr. v. 15; vi. 5, 7. 

— J^5q_k>^, (near) to the wilderness — (eyyvs) tov ep-jfjiov — Noun masc. 

def. A desert place, solitude ; also, Desolation, S. Matt. xxiv. 15, 

7 

&c. — E., «£D;_Kj, Laid xoaste. 

— P^HA, to a city — cis ttoXii' — Noun masc. def. properly A fortified 

I 7 

town, fortress, Gr. x^-P"^^- — P^- • '^V'^, S. Luke xix. 17, 19. — R. 

7 

yt'fD, Boiled U]), surrounded, fortified. 
55. pjCLO ^-^, from, or out of the country, country villages — Gr. ck 
t:7S x<^P<*5 — Noun fem. — Constr, once, iOj A_»5Q-0, field of blood, 
Acts i. 19. This word is of sing, form, but having a plural or 
collective signification, is marked with Rihui. 

«k 7 7 

— ^QDp]), that they might purify — to purify — Iva. dyvt^waLv Pael fut. 3. 

pi. of pj. Was pure, which occurs only (in the N.T.) in part. 

17 

Peil, as a noun, see note, ch. xiii. 10. — Pa. (-a-O) (Acts x. 15 ; 
xi. 9), Cleansed Fut. ]£^, 2 Tim. ii. 21, etc.— 1. pi. 2 Cor. 

7 7 * 7 ^ 

vii. 1 Imperat. pi. ODj, S. Matt. x. 8, &c Inf Q_i_OylDA, 

Heb. X. 4:— with aff. S. Matt. viii. 2, Szc Part, js^, 



168 S. JOHN XT. 55—57. 

Ver. 55. S. John xv. 2, &c.:— Fern, "il^)^^, S. Mark vii. 19.— PL 

masc. — ,fc.D,iD, Matt, xxiii. 25, &c Part. pass. «_i-D,iD, Acts 

xxiv. 18. 

»!', 'K 7 

Deriv. jZ.Q_»^5, noun fern. def. Purify/, sincerity, 1 Cor. v. 8, <fcc. 
\LCi I.O? P , JiUhiness^ Rev. xvii. 4. 

(.k.007, noun masc. def. Cleansing, Hebr. i. 3, &c. 
Heb. n^Tj Was pure, Ps. li. 6. — Pi. T\'2], Cleansed, Ps. Ixxiii. 

T T T • 

13: cxix. 9. 

7.7 

56. p>.»-A ,_K», one to the other — among themselves — Gr. jx^t aXXifXwv. 

7 7 

57. OOCJl 0,jC12), they had commanded — Gr. SeScoKcicrav IvToXrjv — Pret. 3, 

p]. (forming pluperf. tense) of f£l2i (ch. xiii. 29.) Visited, ordered, 

.,7 t. 

decreed. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. Z-^CS, 1 S. Pet. iii. 20. — 2 sing. 

.7 ,•^ IS 

Z-j^H^, S. Luke xiv. 22. — 1. sing. Zj.n^, Acts xxv. 17, 21. — 1. 
pi. yr^i^, ch. V. 28 Put. 5arL2U, S. Luke viii. 31. — 1. sing: 

•X «T> -X 

5CLQ^(, Philem. ver. 8. — Imperat. 5Q_Q^, S. Matt. xiv. 28 : 

7 -K T. 

xxvii. 64 Inf. abs. ,nc^Vn g. John xiii. 29, &c Part. ,£12), 

S. Mark i. 27, Arc. — Fem. X,<^^, S. Luke iv. 36 (see note there). 

Part. Peil , i n^^, S. Luke ii. 27, &c. — PI. masc. _»%_a23, 

Rom. xiii. 1. — PI. fem. . ,j_Q£5, S. Luke xvii. 10. 
Heb. npiSj Visited, searched out, Ps. xvii. 3. 

-». 7 _ 7 

— »r),m, he should shew — fjirjvua-rj — Pael. fut. 3. sing, of %0^, lit. Split 
open; investigated, explored, also Repaired, 2 Kings xii. 7. — Pa. 

* 7 

vOrO (S. Luke XX. 37), Made clear, declared, revealed. Pret. 2. 

71 7 •» 7 

sing. LOr^, Acts xxiii. 22. — 3. pi. CLD,^, ch. vii. 52 Fut. 1. 

sing. »0,^|, S. John xvi. 25. 

Ethpaal %0,^L\, Was made known. Acts ix. 24; xxiii. 30. 

In Heb. the verb does not occur, but its deriv. p*73> -^ breach 
or fissure in a building, 2 Kings xii. 6. 



S. JOHN XII. 1, 2. 1G9 



CHAPTER XII. 

Ver. 1. |.>^^) _j^Q_. |A^ ^r^, six days before the Passover — Trpo 
c^ Tjixfpwv Tov Trdarxa — The Syr. translator, in rendering the Gr. 
literally, follows the Gr. idiom. So also the Philoxenian Syr. 
and the Arab. Ver. — -For the Semitic idiom, see Amos i. 1. 
t^X^^n ^JS/ DTliti^'j iif^o years be/ore the earthquake; LXX. 
■Trpo 8vo erwi/ tov (rctcr/xoJ;. Syr. fJLOl ^^^ —IJD . t 1 • __»!.)/.. 
Compare also | in . m i isO,_D . i S*^ •, seventy l^years) before the 
calamity, Bar Heb. Schol. in Job. ad init. — In the recent Heb. 
Vers, of the N.T. the text is rendered MpSn O^S D^lb^ ^^^ ^ 

and similarly the Syr. would be (or iO^) iOj^ _.Sd « ^n , j^^j» 

— ....|£u(, Transl. Where Lazarus ivas ; he lohovi Jesus Himself had 

raised from tlie dead. The Vat. and Sin. MSS. omit o TcBvrjKm, — 
and both these as well as the Alex, add o 'It^ctovs in the next 
clause. 
2. (A . Vn» p^ a supper — Scittvov — Noim fern. def. — PI. def. |A> V).«.^, 

7 

S. Matt, xxiii. 6; S. Luke xx. 4G. — E. ^a. k>. Supped. 

— Zocn (jtLQ-«_LD, was serving, served — Siiy/coVet — Pael part. fern, (form- 

-^ 7 

ing imperf. tense) of - »^ • (Peal not used) Pa. * ■ V) • (Acts 

■K 7 

xiii. 36), Ministered to, worshipped. — Pret. 3. pi. CmJLCL*, Horn. 
i. 25.-2 pi. ^oAjfc.kl*, Hebr. vi. 10.— 1. pi. ^aV)*, with aff. 

S. Matt. XXV. 44 Put. - "CnL i S. Matt. xx. 28, &c.— 1. sing. 

w-aiil*")* Pom. XV. 25. — 3. pi. .0 a^na 1, ver, 27, «fcc. — 1. pi. 

■ » Vi » 1^ Acts vi. 2, »fec Imperat. - m^n m with afF. S. Luke 

xvii. 8.— Pi. n mCn^ ^ Eph. vi. 7 Inf. O «^nii^n\, S. Luko 

X. 40 Part. ■ «V>>V> ^ ver. 26, below.— PI. niasc. ^ j-a.ln ■ '-O , 

S. Matt. iv. 11, &c. :— with ^Aj], Hebr. vi. 10. — Pi. fein. 
«V>« V) S. Matt, xxvii, 55, &c. 
Chald. Pa. l^fp^, Dan. vii. 10. 
w. V. 22 



170 S. JOHN XII. 2—5. 

Ver. 2. Transl. (last clause) And Lazarus was one of the guests, (recliners) 

who loere with Him. 
3. |Ag^ . !\ m ^ an alabaster box — Gr. Xirpav, a pound weight — dXd/Saa-Tpov, 

S. Matt. xxvi. 7 ; S. Mark xiv. 3 ; S. Luke vii. 37.— Root, Heb. 

tlD£J^*> Gushed forth, Ps. Ixxviii. 30. 

X 7 

— —jj^j, of Spikenard — vdpSov — Noun masc. pi. occurring in the N.T. 

here and S. Mark xiv. 3, only. 

Heb. "^m Song of Sol. iv. 13, 14; with aff. ch. i. 12. 

— I . » .^j excellent — -referring to pnQD.^ — Gr. Tn<TTLKrj?, referring to 

vdpSov — Adj. masc. def. The best, sjyecial; strictest, Acts xxvi. 5. — - 
Fern. def. VA-«~^5, S. Luke xv. 22.— Derived from ^^y, The 
head, chief 

— j "«" V^ ^ - « 11 <^, of great 2)rice — Gr. iroXyrLfiov — [JLliD?, noun masc. pi. 

def. (sing, wanting) Price. — (.J^^? Lj. yCi t (a pearl) of great 2)rice, 
S. Matt. xiii. 46. — E, |SD5, Equalled, was like, since the price of 
an article equals or rejyresents its value. • 

— .-i-SSdZ], was filed — iirXrjpt^Or] — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing, of jllD, Filled, 

wasfidl. — Ethpe. pret. 3. sing. fern. Aj_^LbZ|, S. Luke i. 41. — 
3. pi. ajS^L]] ch. iv. 28, &c._Fut. ULdAj, 1. sing. U^Zf, 

2 Tim. i. 4 Imperat. pi. oSLoZt, Eph. v. 18. 

Chald. Ithpe. hp^n, Dan. iii. 19. 

■ — C7T.K»wi5 r-^) with the odour (aff. pleon.) — iK t^s ocrjj.rjs — «>.k^5, noun 
masc. Smell. Def. |js>-i3, 2 Cor. ii. 14, &c. 

Heb. n^"l, Gen. xxvii. 27.— Chald.^ Hn, Dan. iii. 27.— 
Compare also Germ. ©cvuc^. 

4 r^lOj Transl. Then said Judas Iscariot, one of His disciples, who 

should betray Ilim. — %Lix(jivo<; is wanting in the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

f). ]a1qX, ivhyl — Start; Interrog. adv. — See note ch. i. 21. 

7 7 . K y 

— ^lijll, was sold — iirpdOrj — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing, of ^-^1. Bought. 

Pa. ^S'y^c;. — Ethpa. pret. 3. sing. fem. ZojDjlV, Acts v. 4 Fut. 

^ijP, S. Matt, xviii. 2.'); xxvi. 9:— Fem. ^jlZ'(f(>r ^J_ijlZ), 



S. JOHN XII. 5, 6. 171 

Ver. 5. Acts v. 4 — Inf. aJjDJ^ki^, S. Mark xiv. 5 Part. ^j^lD, 

Acts iv. 34.— PI. fern, ^^in?!!^, S. Matt. x. 29; S. Luke xii. 6. 

— \j^. m V) , the ointment — to fivpov — Noun masc. def. Ointment, also, Oil, 

7 

S, Matt. XXV. 3, &c. — R. wk»-«.Ld, Anointed. 

Heb. nn^Jb, fern. Exod. xxv. 6.— Chald. Wp, Ezr. vi, 9; 
vii. 22. 

— IP^, «?i hundred — ||Sd 1}\l, three hundred — TptaKoo-twv — As one 

word ]|LdAXZ, S. Mark xiv. 5. — ")]iD ]JSd, by hundreds, dva 
f.KaTov, ch. vi. 40. — IP^IO pKj, an hundred-fold, iKarovTaTrXaa-Lova, 
S. Matt. xix. 29, &c. 

Heb. nX/b, Gen. xvii. 17.— Cliald. nXJ!p, Dan. vi. 2: Ezr.* 
vi. 17 j vii. 22. 

— [1 OCnV>\, <o ^Ae 2^oor — Trrcuxots — PI. def. of p nmVn (S. Luke xvi. 

20, 22), noun masc. One who is 2)oor, needy. — Fern, def |Aj.£lCD1d, 
S. Mark xii. 42, 43; S. Luke xxi. 2, 3,— R. ^p£D, Arab. ]Vas 
needy. 

Heb. \2pf2, Eccles. iv. 13. 

^nnmn \ .., ^/^e Jcr^ — to yXoiaaoKOfxov — Noun derived from the Gr. — 

occurs here and ch. xiii. 29, only. 
Transl. A^id the bag was with him. 

— jOCTI ^oaJj ^r^j that which /ell, was ^iut — Gx". ra ySaXXo/xeva. 

— (OOI _.-i.JL4, he bare — tySaoTacrev — Part. Peil (forming imperf. tense) 

of ,— 1^.^ , Was laden with, carried. Pret. 3. sing. fern. Aj-L^ , with 
aff. S. Luke xi. 27.-2. sing. Lll^,, Rev. ii. 3.-3. pi. a±L^, 

with aff. Acts xxi. 35 Put. ^\[}J, S. Matt. viii. 17; S. Luke 

xxiii. 26 Imperat. pi. QJ-L^, Gal. vi. 2 Inf. ^S/^kl^, Acts 

XV. 10. — The part. Peil is here used actively; see also Rev. xvii. 
7. — Deriv. 

P_L4' iio^in masc. def. A burden, 1 Thess. v. 14: — Judgment, ride. 
Acts xxiv. 3. 

Heb. mp, once, Gen. xiv. 17. 



172 . s. JOHN XII. 10—14. 

Ver. 10. a^.L5Z], they consulted — c^ouXevo-avro — Ethpaal pret. 3. pi. of 
\^y, Fed, nourished. — Pa. •-k-L5, Broiujht together, reconciled, 

2 Cor. V. 19 (with aff. ver. 18); Eph. ii. IG Inf. q_J.[Lq^, 

Col. i. 20. Whence deriv. 
(— CLLJZ, noun fern. clef. Reconciliation, atonement, Rom. v. 11, (kc 

Ethpa. wjJLJZ] (S. Matt. i. 19, 20), Was minded, considered, 
2)lanned, decreed ; was reconciled, Horn. v. 10. — Pret. 1. sing. 

LjJhlX, 2 Cor. 1. 17 Put. "(IjAj, 2 Cor. x. 11; xii. 6;— Fern. 

\^hlL, 1 Cor. vii. 11.— 3. pi. 4^?Aj, Phil. iii. 15.— 2. pi. 
^OIjZZ", Rom. xii. 3, 16; 1 Cor. iv. 6.— 1. pi. "il'^J, 2 Cor. iii. 
5 — Imperat. H'^T) S. Matt. v. 24.— PI. al?Zf, 2 Cor. v. 20, 

&c Inf. n . S?Aka\, Phil. i. 7 Part. "iijALo, S. Matt. xvi. 

23; S. Luke xiv. 31, &c.^Pl. ^.juIIASd, S. Matt. xvi. 7, &c.; 
coalescing with ^J->j, Rom. iii. 28; with ^oAj|, Gal. v. 10. 

13. pciCD, branches — ret /8atu — PL clef, (of masc. form) of poCD, noun 

fem. A branch. Once with a verb in the masc. S. Mark xiii. 28. 
Heb. Tjib^ masc. r\'y0 fern. Judg. ix. 48, 49. 

— U-^??! of the paln^trees — twv ^oivikwv — PL def. of (loj, noun masc. 

def. Palm-trees, branches, Rev. vii. 9. 

— \\ \ •0|, Ilosanna! — 'Qo-avvct. 

Heb. i^5 T^T^'Xl, Save, we pray! Ps. cxviii. 25. 

^ -K 7 

— ^^..t'fCli, blessed — f.vXoyiqixivo<i — Part. Peil of y'r^ or y'r^, Bent the knee, 

S. Matt. xviL 14, where see note. Part. Peil def. "[iL.^, Tit. 
iL 13: — Fem. P-i;^, S. Mark xi. 10: — Constr. LL^-^, S. Luke 
i. 28.— PL masc. with aff. S. Matt. xxv. 34. 

Heb. part. pass. "TI^^lS) Ps. cxviii. 26. — Chald. part. Peil 
TTn3, Dan. iii. 28. 

14. |;i:D.K»j an ass — Gr. oidpiov — Noun def. com. gender, An ass, or she- 

ass, S. IMatt. xxi. 2, &c. 

Heb. 'i\!2'n, ibn, Gen. xlix. 14.— R. ^JbH, Was red; the 

~; ~: - T 

ass in the East, both wild and domestic, Ijcing of a reddish colour. 



S. JOHN XII. 15—24. 173 

Ver. 15. ^ajOT^ — r^j daughter of Zion — Ovyarep ^mv — Z.^ (pron. Bath) 
coiistr. of \L'r^ (S. Luke viii. 42; xii. 53.) A daughter. — 
|-_Tn v/t/ . ^ • ^r^, twelve years old, S. Mark v. 42; S. Luke 
viii. 42. — ]±0 L;^, lit. daughter of the voice, i.e. Voice, sound, 
with aff. Rom. x. 16, 18, »fec.— PI. def. lAiii), Acts xxi. 9:— 
with aff. pleon. S. Luke i. 5. — Constr. ZIlLO, ch. xxiii. 28. — 
]io Axii, Voices, Acts xii. 22. 

Heb. n^, pl. niiS, Ps. xlv. 11; Gen. vi. 2, 4. 

~ T 

— »^j.£D5, seated, sitting — KaOrjfievos — Part. Peil of »^iD5, see note, 

S. Matt. xxi. 7. 

— ]j t S, the colt — irwXov — Noun masc. def. T/ie yoicng of anything, 

specially of horse, ass, or camel. Lit. suckling. — R. Heb. 7!)^ or 
7*!^, Suckled. So also the Arabic. 

— pZj, a she-ass — ovov — Noun fem. def. 

Heb. pnX, Gen. xlix. 11. 
Transl. And {He is) seated on a colt, the foal of an ass. 

18. cn\*^on\ on<=^ 1, they went forth to meet Him, sc. | ( » ■■ m | ■ 1 O 

— Gr. vTvrjvTqcrtv auTw o o;(\os — \\*^ r\r,\ ^ prep. Against, ojyposite 
to — For its form with affixes, see note, S. Matt. v. 39. 

19. rptS\ _i5Zq1d, ye prevail — w^eAeiTe — Aphel part. pl. (forming pres. 

tense) of 5Aj, Was abundant. Aph. 5Z.0J (S. Luke xix. 16), 
Gained, produced, profited, made to increase. Pret. 3. sing. fem. 

2?Zof, Hebr. iv. 2 Part. jZaLD, S. Matt, xxvii. 24:— Fem. 

l?Zak), 1 Tim. iv. 8. 

20 0001 Aj], Transl. And there were also from among the Gentiles 

certain (lit. men) that came uj) to worship at the feast. (21) These 
came and drew near, <kc. 

24. [Ly^, the grain, corn — o koVkos — Noun fem. def. 

Heb. rr^'lfi, pl. nn*l3. Grains scattered or sown, Joel i. 

T \ : \ ; 

17. — R. ^^3, Broke off] separatecL 



174 S. JOHN XII. 24-38. 

Ver. 24. 'JA^.Kij, of wheat — tov airov — Noun fern. def. — PI. clef, (of masc. 
form) l^ii, S. Matt. iii. 12, &c.— R ^L*^, Put forth fruit. 

Heb. ntSn, pl. D^tSn, Ps. IxxxL 17: cxlvii. 14.— Chald. pi. 
r^Jn, Ezr.\i. 9; vii. 22. 

27, ( » > 11 • , troubled — Gr. Tera'paKTai — Fern, of * a i . i » (S. James 

i. 8.) part. Peil of - • .t •; Stirred up, perturbed — see note, 
S. Luke xxiii. 5. 
Transl. Now my soid, behold, is trotibled. 

— - > \ ^, save Me — o-wcrov /xc — Pael imperat. with aff. of (^ (not used). 

Pa. .^.^ (2 S. Pet. ii. 7), Set free, delivered Put. j^^U, with 

aff. Rom. vii. 24, &c. — 1. sing. ]f^], with aff. Acts xxvi. 17 — 

Imperat. lls), S. Matt, xxvii. 40, &c Part, l^^i^, 1 Thess. 

i. 10. 

Ethpaal *_» f^L] , Was set free, escaiyed. Pret, 1. sing. Aj ^Z] , 
2 Tim. iv. 17.— 3. p], O^IijZf, Hebr. xi. 34; xii. 25 — Put. 
I^^Zlul, 1. sing. \^L\, Rom. xv. 31. — 1, pl. eh. v. 9. 

Heb. nV3) Gaped, as wild beasts, Ps. xxii. 14. — Opeiud the 

T T 

lips, to vow, Ps, Ixvi, 14: — Delivered, Ps. cxliv. 7, 10, 11. 
29, ]oC7l ]^V \ it was thunder — Ppovnjv ycyovcVat — Noun masc, def. — Pl, 
def. ]l2lL), Rev. iv. 5, &c. 

Heb. D^"!, Ps. Ixxvil 19. — R. b^*l. Raged, roared. 

31. jjA-a-SD, cast, is cast — iKl^XrjO^a-eTai — Ethpeel part, of (,_», Threw. — 

Ethpe. wi>Z1l»"J (Acts vii. 21), Was cast out. — Pret. 1. sing. 
L^L»Z 1 Cor. XV. 32.— Put. ]]Lm3, fem. IjA^Z", S. Matt. v. 
13.— 1. pl. Acts xxvii. 26 Part. pl. ^jAjtlL, Acts vii. 19. 

32. ^. I , I shall draw — iXKvaw — See note, ch. vi 44. 

35. --ti^Kt'l, yet — crt — Used adverbially; see note, ch. i. 35. Compare 
xiii. 33; xiv. 18, below, where the Gr. xpoVov and Syr. ji-Ol are 
omitted. 

38. UIdZZ", 7night be falf lied— irXrjpuyefj — TLthpaixl fut. 3. sing. fem. of 
UlD, Filled, was full.— Ethi)ii. . i S^oZf (S. Matt. ii. 17, &.C.), 



S. JOHN XII. 38—40. 175 

Ver. 38. Was filled, fulfilled, 'perfected. — Pret. 3. pi. o . n^ ^], S. Luke i. 

23, &c Fut. JISdAj, S. John xvii. 12, &c.— 2. sing. Uk^ZZ* 

Acts ix. 17.— 3.''pl. ^oI^Aj, S. Matt. xxvi. 54, 56, &c.— 2. pL 
^iZZ", Eph. iii. 19._Part. jl^AkJ, S. Luke ii. 40.— PL 
masc. ^ . ^Vr>AVn ch. ix. 51.— PI. fern. ^v\0->aO> cli. i. 20. 

-r— ■ SV) m \, our report — ttJ a/corj t/jmcoi/ — ('^^ » (S, Matt, xiii. 14; xxiv. 
6) noun masc. def. A hearing, rumour. Here with pref. X of the 
object, and aff. 1. pi. — R. vjlci». Heard. Whence also 
(vnV) « , noun masc. def. A hearer, with aff. pleon, S. James i, 23. — 
PL def. llolo^, ver. 22;— with aff. pleon. Rom. il 13. 
Heb. ^I2i^ , Report, tidings, Gen. xxix. 13, 

— 01^55, the arm (aff. pleon.) — d /Spax^Lwv — 1^3 5 (Acts xiiL 17), noun 

com. def.— PI. ^_»J>?), def. \L^y, with aff, S. Mark ix. 36, &c. 
Heb. j;i-lT, Isa. liii. 1.— Chald. "j^T], Dan. ii, 32. 

— « I \ . iZ ( , hath been revealed — direKaXwfiOr} — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing, of 

]Li, Revealed. Fem. Aj-X-.Z], Ptom. iii. 21, &c. — 3, pi. o . ^.I'^t 

Phil. i. 13, &c. — 1. pL ^.\..7f 2 Cor. xi. 6 Fut. UsiAj, 

S. Matt. X. 26, ifec: — Feni. l£iZZ, S. Luke xix. 11.-3. pi. 

^qZ^^.Aj, 2 Cor. iv. 10, 11.— 2. pi. voX^ZZ'', Col. iii. 4 Inf. 

Q_jL.AkA, Gal. iii. 23 Part. jL.Ak?, S. Mark iv. 22, &c. :— 

Fern. ]1V'aO^ 2 Cor. iii. 13. — PI. fem. ^i.X^^\k), 1 Cor, 
xiv. 25. 
40. O JQ-L, the'tp have blinded — Gr. t€tv</>X<dk€i/^ — Pael pret. 3. pi. of JQA, 

7 7 

Arab. Was blind. Pa. 5ai (2 Cor. iv. 4), Made blind. — Ethpa. 
5cllZ"J, Was blinded. Pret, 3. pi, O^Q^Z], Rom. xi. 7; 2 Cor, 
iii. 14. 

Heb. Pi. ^!)j;, Deut. xvi, 19. 

•7> ..7 *■ * 

— O*^ ■ >j|, they have darkened — Gr. Tren-wpwKev — Aphcl pret. 3. pi. of 

yi.a_K», Was dark. Aph. m,a..kj(, Made dark, obscured. 
Heb. Hiph. TtJ^hn, Amos v. 8; Ps. cv. 28. 



17G S. JOHN XII. 40-48. XIII. 1-4. 

Ver. 40. N.B. The Syriac Version determines the right interpretation of 
the original. See Whitby's note on this passage. 

47. ^OlA 'r^ (Jo, and keepeth them not — Gr. kqX fxy) maTivcry — The Sin. 

Vat. and Alex. MSS. read koL /xv; (jivXaiy. 

48. J>Qji^5 ,-Sd, he that rejecteth — o dOeriov — Part, of I>Q_L^, Oppressed, 

despised, rejected. — Pret. 3. pl. aLQ_L^, S. Luke vii. 30: — Fern. 

JllD^, 1 Tim. V. 12.— 2. pl. ^L%nS^, S. James v. 4 Fat. 

I>Oo\^, 2. sing. ^O \Il (]j), oppress, defirmd (not) — fiy diro- 

a-T€f)r]ar]<;, S. Mark X. 19 Part. pl. masc. • ^^ C- ^- Mark 

vii. 9. 



CHAPTER XIII. 

1. ]Z;_»^>^, unto the end — ets re'Xos — Noun def. fern. The end, latter part. 
With pref. %^ and A it becomes an adv. of time, Afterwards, at 
last, Gr. vcTTcpov, see ver. 36, below; S. Matt. xxii. 27; xxv. 11; 
S. Mark xii. 6; S. Luke iv. 2; xx. 32.— R. •^, Heb. 'IMX, Was 
behind, tarried; by aphseresis of ( . 
Transl. Jesus knew that the hour was come. . . .; and lie loved His 
own which were in this world, and loved them unto the end. 

2 ZoOl rCiO, Transl. And when supper was, \.e. in progress; during 

supper — Kttt SeiVvou ycvo/xeVou — {yivofxivov. Sin. and Vat. MSS.) 

.... ^001 y^y, Transl. It was put by (_^) Satan into the heart kc. — 

See note, ch. v. 3. • 

3 ^j 0O1, Transl. Jesus, then, because He kneio that the Father, etc. 

4. ,_,aioAj>>J, His garments — Gr. ra i/iaria — Pl. with aff. of ]A>,»J 
(S. Matt. ix. 16), noun masc. def. A robe, properly the long outer 
robe descending to the feet. Pl. def. lAilj, S. Matt. xi. 8. — 
R. Zu>J, Descended. 

]jOr£D, a towel — XcVrtov {crivBwv, S. Mark xiv. 51, 52: — crovSaptoi', 

S. Lnke xix. 20), — Noun masc. def. — Lat. Sindon. 



S. JOHN XIII. 4—8. 177 

Yer. 4. Heb, j^*]Dj -^^^ under-garment of fine linen, Judg. xiv. 12, 13; 

Isa. iii, 23; Prov. xxxi. 24. 

— (_K*iiD, girded — Sie^waev — Verb Peal pret. Smote, struck, when followed 

by the accus. S. Luke xxii. 50; with aff. S. John xviii. 10, 22, kc. 
When followed by *^, Girded on tightly, sc, struck or pressed 
upon that part of the body which is girded, ch. xxi. 7, below. — 
Pi'et. 2. sing Aj_kkLd, with aff. S. John xviii. 23. — 3. pi. Q_kkLd, 

S. Mark xii. 5 Fut. ]Jlla3, Rev. xix. 15: — Fern. "[L^L, ch. 

ix. 5. — 1. sing. I^IId] , S. Matt. xxvi. 31, &c. — 3. pi. ^CLK^kU, 

with aff. pleon. Acts xxiii. 2.— 1. pi. ^k>,Lqj, S. Luke xxii. 49 

Inf. jAvnO^V S. Matt. xxiv. 49, &c Part. "iJ^, S. Matt. v. 

39, &c. — PI. masc. . ..kV) S. John xix. 3, *fec Part. Peil ]js»iiD, 

{loJiich was) pressed upon His loins, i, e. with which His loins wei'e 
girded, ver. -5. below. 

Heb. 5^nD) Smote the hands togetlier, Ps. xcviii. 8. — Chald. 

T T 

5<n^, Dan. ii. 34, 35.— Ithpe. SHJ^rii^, Was fastened to, Ezr. vi. 
T ; " : ; ■ 

11. Compare Gr. /xaxop-ai. 
— ■ ._ji(710^>v»O, on His loins — Gr. iavrov — PI. with aff. of \f~*^, noun 
masc. def. The back, Rom. xi. 10; the loins, Hebr. vii. 5, 10. — 
PI. def. ]\L, 1 S. Pet. i. 13. 

Heb. dual D^^SpI, Gen. xxxv. 11.— Chald. pn, Dan. v. G; 
the Syr. being contracted from these forms. 

5. jA.4|L_«iiQO, into the bason — ek t6v vtTrr^pa — -Aphel part. pass, used as 
a noun substantive; see note, ch. ix. 7. 

6 _j5 f^, Transl. Biot when lie came to Simon Peter, Simon said to 

Him, (kc. 

8. (J ^.^s\, not for ever, never — Gr. ov ix-q cts toi/ alwva. 

— jAjiiD, part — /xepo? — Noun fem. def A j^irt, portion. PI. ,CLLLd, ch. 

xix. 23. — ^Q_L1d ^\£ri, in all 2>arfs or ways, Gr. TroXv/xfpws, 
Hebr. i. 1. — See note ch. iii. 25. 
Heb. r\^f2, 1 Sam. i. 4, 5. 

T T 

w. c. 23 



178 S. JOHN XIII. 9—14. 

Ver. 9. — Jr^, therefore— A.<\\er\). 

Traiisl. Therefore, Lord, not only my feet shcdt Thou loash for me, 
hut also my hands, also my head. 

10. j.K>jCDp 001, he that is washed — o XeXov/xeVos — Part. Peil of ]jis>,£D, 
Washed, was washed; also. Swam, Acts xxvii. 43. — Pret. 3. sing. 

fern. 'LLsd, 2 S. Pet. ii. 22.-2. pi. ^LjJ^J^, 1 Cor. vi. 11 

Put. ]--'"" V 3. pi. ^Oj^kHU, Acts (loc. cit.). 

Aph. wi-kkTDI, TFosAefZ, Acts xvi. 33. — Part. pass. . i «... mVi^ 
Hebr. x. 22. — From this verb are derived 
|q_k».CD, a swimming, act of swimming, Acts xxvii, 42, 43. 
]_k_K*,£D, A toashing, Epb. v. 26. 

|Ajv!*-CD, a washing. Tit. iii. 5. 

Heb. nn^, Swam, Isa. xxv. 11. Hijih. Inundated, Ps. vi. 9. 

T T 

— Pj, clean — KaOapos — Part. Peil of pj (see note, cli. xi. 55) used as 

an adjective. Def. U^J, 1 Tim. i. 5, &c. — Fern. [.aJD>, Hebr. 

.PI * 

xiii. 4, ic. — Def. ]Aj^5, Acts xxiv. 16, &c. PL masc. _i^5, 

S. John XV. 3, &c. — Def. [JLO'i, in this and the following verse. — 

7 

- PI. fern. —JLO"), Phil. iv. 8. From this is derived the adv. 
ZliJ-il^j, Sincerely, 2)urely, Phil. i. 17, &c. 

— .... <pAj| *^1, ye also. After these words ,^1QA£), all of you, is 

inserted in the Vienna and some other Editions — a manifest 
error. 

■» 7 

12 __i> ,0, Transl. But tvhen He had tvashed their feet, He took His 

garments, and seated Himself (reclined), and said % them, &c. 

14, PiOi, how much more — Gr. Kai — ]Ld, What, with pref. wD. How 
great, S. Matt. vi. 23; xxvii. 13, Hovj onany, ch. xv, 34; xvi. 9. 
How, ch. vii, 11; xii, 12, Whilst, Hebr, ix, 17, 

.X.t:p7 7^ 

— %oL2\ ^_A_dj-K», ye ought — oc^ctAcTe — PI. of «n i kj (ch. xix. 7, &c.) 

noun masc. A debtor, guilty person. Here used, after the manner 
• of a verb, forming with a pronoun the present tense, and pro- 
nounced with it as one word, Khaiorltim. It also coalesces with 



S. JOHN XIII. 14—25. 179 

•V 7 7 10 7 

Ver. 14. tlie pron. as an i k>, Gal. v. 3. _ J_i.^1j..kj , Acts xvii. 29, &,c. — 
Fem. ]n .' L, 1 Cor. xi. 10.— PI. def. ]^lii, S. Luke vii. 41: 
xvi. 5. — From this form are derived 

«C, -X 7 

jZ.Q-d-fc_Kj, noun. fem. def. Contemplation, Rom. viii. 1, »tc. 

.0. Ov 7 

|Z.Q-C1j_kkLd, the same; with aff. 2 Cor. vii. 3. 

7 7 

— r>jj ,_Ki, o?ie another's, lit. o«e of one — Gr. aAAT^'Awv. 

15. (mc^o ^ rtjj example — viroSeiyfia — Noun derived from the Gr. tvtto?, 

1 Cor. X. 6. 

16. f.K» t N », he that is sent, i.e. the messenger, ambassador — aTrocrToXos — 

Part. Peil def. of *>,kX^ (see note, ch. v. 36), used as a noun. 
PI. ^j1j.1L», Acts ii. 14.— PI. def. "jjlll^, S. Matt. x. 2, &c. 

^O^, ha2y]yy — fiaKoipioL — PI. def. of p.^Q_^ (Acts xxvi. 2) adj. 
def. Happy; blessed, S. James i. 25. From |oa^, Good, good- 
ness. P. «^Q_^ -^ £, , Was good. 

18 |0C7I ]J, it is not of you all, sc. nequaquam — by no means of you 

all do I speak. 

— (J\*~\Ci\, his heel — rr/v Trripvav avTov — Noun fem. with aff. pron. — 

|ci.Q.L, The hinder p)art of the foot, or, heel, including the ancle. — 
PL def. (masc. form) (iiilL, with aff. Acts iii. 7. — Fem. def. 
( i^ n O S , footsteps, Rom. iv. 12. 

Heb. ^py, Gen. iii. 15; Ps. Ivi. 7.— PI. flbipj^, Footsteps, 
Ps. Ixxvii. 20; Ixxxix. 52. 

7 7 

22. r>->-^ r>-») one on another; lit. one on one, Gr. cj? oXXt/Xovs, 

23 (001 Ajj, Trans] . Noio there loas of His disciples one who icas 

reclining on His bosom; he lohom Jesus loved. (24) To him 

beckoned, &c. 

24. liOJ, beckoned — vev'ct — Yerb Peal pret. 3. sing. Made signs, nodded. 

— Pret. 3. pi. Olk)5, S. Luke i. Q2; v. 7 Inf. and part. 

JOOI IIDj IId^Id, he continued making signs, Gr. yjv Stavci^wi/, 
S. Luke i. 22. 

25. C7l_»p.Kj, the breast (aff. pleon.) — to a-TTjOo'i — «-*,-»>», def. (-ir-^t (Rev. 



180 S. JOHN XIII. 25—34. 

Ver. 25. xv. 6), noun masc. The breast. — PI. ^r>-», def. \^,-*^, with aff. 
S. Luke xxiii. 48. 

Heb. ^]^, The breast, of animals, Exod. xxix. 26, 27.— Cliald. 
nn (in thJTargums) pi. |nn, with aff. Dan. ii. 32. 
Transl. And that dlsci2)le fell upon the breast of Jesus and said, (fee. 

26. PI M^f , I dij) — Gr. /^ui/^as — Part, (forming pies, tense) of ^lCi«, in 

this verse — Gr. eixlSdipaq — Dipiyed, tinged, washed. Fut. VJiClO^, 

S. Luke xvi. 24. 

Heb. deriv. VyH, A dyed robe, Judg. v. 30, 

Transl. lie it is, to whom I dip the bread and give it. 

27. \^Z], entered — da-yjXOcv — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing, nf v\ v \\ s Filtered. 

7 

— \\ .1 v*^, quicMy — rd-^iov — Adv. same as ^-i*-^ — see note, eh. xi. 29, 

above. 
29. .-jOlOjIf , in the poiver, piossession o/" Judas — (aff. pleon.) i. e. Judas 
had— ~Gr, eT;(ev o 'lovSas — Preposition, of the various forms jj. , 
pj., r^ltj r-»T. — taking pronom. affixes after the manner of a 
noun pi. — Some Editions here read ,^G^0,^*. 

— OlA fins ,.Cl£i1D5, that He strictly co7nma7ided him — Gr. on Xiyu 

avTw 6 'lr]crov^ — Inf. and pret. — See note, oh. xi. 57, above. 

— ^_C)].J5, that he shoidd buy, to buy — Gr. ayopacroi'. 

— {i>i:::ALo, needful — Gr. wv XP^'^"" exofxev — Ethpeel part, of (■V.,r'), 

Desired, sought. Ethpe. . > v«^/ |^ Was necessary Part. fern. 

llv^Ak), S. Luke X. 42, &c.— PI. masc. ^^ > SipAk), S. Matt, 
xxi. 3, &c. — PI. fem. V voA^Dj ch. vi. 32, &c. . 
Transl. Commanded him to buy that which was needful for the feast. 

30 __»j oai, Transl. And Judas received the bread immediately, and 

went out; and it was night when he went out. — In the Gr. eu^t'ws 
refers to eirjXOev. — The Alex. MS. reads ^v 8e vvi on iirjXdev. 

32. jp>s>J:D, immediately, straightway — €v6v<i — Adv. comp. of J,_k» + _Ld. 

34. \^r^, neio — Kati'tjv — Def. of Z.p>j (Acts xvii. 21), adj. — Fern. def. 
]llt^, S. Matt. ix. 16, .fee— PI. masc. def. ]Lflj, S. Mark xvi. 



S. JOHN XIII. 34—38. XIV. 1, 2. 181 

Ver. 34. 17.— PI. fern. def. TZZ'j^, S. Matt. ix. 17, &c.— R. L^, Pa. 
ft^, Renewed, Hebr. x. 20. 
Heb. SJ'in fern. HtJ'in, Ps- xxxiu. 3; xl. 4; Isa. xliii. 19.— 
Chald. Jinn/Ezr. vi. 4."^ 

35. ft^ Z.CLA ,„K», 07ze <o another; lit. one fo owe — Gr. kv a.XXyjXoL<;. 

36 |Z;..»^_ik, Transl. But in the end (ccfferivards) thou shalt come. — 

The Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. all omit fxoi. 

38. jL.fcj5Z, the cock — dXeKTwp — Noun masc. def. 

-t-l-Ol AXZ., thrice — rpt's — See note, cli. iii. 4, above. 



CHAPTER XIV. 

7 7 -» ». 

1. 505 Aj |J, let not your heart be troubled — /at) TapaaaeaOw — Ethpaal fut. 

3. sing, of 505, 55 (not used; probably Was disturbed, boiled up). 

»> 7 _ -7.7 

Pael 505, Troubled, hindered, with afF. Gal. v, 7 Fut. 50rJ, 

with aff. Col. ii. 16 Ethpa. JOjZ]^ Was agitated. Fut. 2. pi. 

^jOjZZ" S. Matt. xxiv. 6. 

Heb. deriv. T)*], A pot, kettle, 1 Sam. ii. 14; Ps. Ixxxi. 7. 
Syr. 1 505. — Also, any vessel, basket, 2 Kings x. 7; Jer. xxiv. 2. 

2. po|, mansions — juovat — PI. def. of po| (ver. 23) noun masc. A dwell- 

ing, abode — R. jo|, Arab. Entertained vnth hospitality, welcomed. 
Compare note, S. Matt. v. 25. 
Transl. Many are the mansions in My Father's house. 

1 7 .0 

— • AjOOI ^Ld|, / woidd have told — cTttov av — Part, and subst. verb, ex- 
pressing the plup. subjunctive. 

— ]j] ^ll?, for I go—Gv. iropcvoixai — The Sin. Yat. and Alex. MSS. 

read on Tropf.vojxai. 

— -*^ ' Li?, ihat I may prepare, to prepare — eToip-daai — Pael fut. 1. sing. 

of %C^Q-l -•^ (^, for which *^|^ is used, Was good. — Pa. >n i (^ 
(S. Luke xii. 47), 2fade ready. Pret. 3. sing. fern. Ad_i_4) Rev. 
xix. 7.-2. sing. Adl^, S. Luke ii. 31; xii. 20.— 3. pi. nn"> j. 



182 S. JOHN XIV. 2—10. 

Ver. 2. S. Matt. xxvi. 19, &e.: — Fern. . i n i |^, S. Luke xxiil. 56; xxiv. 

1.— 2. pi. ^AnL^, Rom. vi. 19 Fut. .nV/p, S. Luke i. 17. 

—2. sing. sTIxL^L, ver. 76. — 2. pi. ^n i (^Z, Rom. vi. 13. — 

1. pi. »£i-»_^, S. Matt. xxvi. 17, &c Imperat. -"^ » /, S. Luke 

xvii. 8.— Pi. Q^lli, S. Matt. iii. 3, &c Part, ^^l^lo, 2 Cor. 

17 7 7 

iv. 17. — PI. masc. . «-^ . ^Vi^ Rom. vi. 16 Part. pass. »CL»..^iiD, 

ch. vii. 6, above, &c.— Fern. ]n /^-Sd, S. Matt. xxii. 4, &c.— PI. 

17 7 

masc. > '^ « 5^j ^- Matt. xxiv. 44; — with ^ «^>^ Acts xxiii. 15. 
— Def. ]'^ " 5 ^, S. Luke xii. 40.— PI. fern. ^A'.'R^^ S. Matt. 
XXV, 10. 

Chald. ^Xp, TVas glad, followed by ^'^, Dan. vi. 24. 

3. "jjZI .... Jo, (See various readings at the end of Bagster's Ed.) — 
• These words ai"e not in the Vienna Ed. nor in that of Ti-emellius, 
but restored to the text from a MS. by Guy de la Boderie. 

7 , . ^5' 

8. tO-KJ, sheio us — Set^ov rjfuv — Imperat. with aff. of *_.Q„»j, see note, ch. 

ii. 18, above. 
— Or^, it svfficeth — apx^t — Compare Heb. ^15 > comp. of ^1, Sufficiency 

(Mai, iii. 10), and 2, Lev. xxv. 26; Deut. xxv. 2. — Followed by 

Iii, see S. Luke xxii. 51; 2 Cor. ii. 6, 

7 7 

10. ;^V j dwelling, dwelleth — o yaeVwi' Part, of jioL (S. Matt, ii, 23, &c.), 

Inhabited, dwelt.— Vvet 3. sing. fem. Z-ViS, 2 Tim. i. 14 Fut. 

;0^VV Acts vii. 2; 1 Cor, vii. 13; fem. ^iV?sZ", ver. 12.— 1. pi. 

1 Tim. ii. 2 Lnperat. pi. O^klL, 1 S. Pet. iii. 7 Inf. ;V)SV)\, 

Col. i. 19 Part. fem. lilol, Rom. vii. 17, 18, 20, &c.— Pi. masc. 

X e> 7 _ 

. •V>v ^ S. Luke xiii. 4, &c. : — with _J~k», Acts xxiv. 3. — Pi. 

fem. Any , S. Matt. xiL 45; S. Luke xi. 26 Part. Peil ; i V^\, 

actively, Acts viii, 9. — From this verb are derived 

jaklL, noun masc. An inhabitant, Acts i. 20, — PI. def. p"oV)S, ch, 
xiii. 27. 

^i^DQ-li, noun masc. def. A dwelling-place, Acts xvii, 26. 

7 7 ^ l" ^ 

• VnvVn ^ noun masc. A habitation. Form of Aphel part, — Def. (;V)SV? 
(in some Eds. f^lQlil)) Eph. ii. 22. 



S. JOHN XIV. 10—28. 183 

Ver. 10. ^VivAV)^ habitable. Form of Ethpaal part. — Fern. def. 

\D I 1;V)SA1d, the habitable earth, Rev. iii. 10, &c. 

14 Jo, Transl. And if ye shall have ashed Me in My Name, I will 

do (it). 

15. 0^, keej) — rrjprja-aT^ — Imperat. pi. of i_^; see note, ch. ii. 10. 

16. I {} > ^^.•"^^ Comforter — IlapaKXijTov — Advocate, 1 S. John ii. 1. 

■X -X 7 

17. 001 ,Q^1C50, a7id is in you — Vat. MS. koL iv vixiv IdTiv. 

18. jlJoAj, comfortless — 6p(^avov<; — PI. def. of ^Aj, def. ]ijDA_», noun 

masc. One left solitary, an orplian. R. i>oAj , Arab. Was bereaved, 
desolate. 

Heb. t3in\ Deut. x. 18. 

— . . . . p I ]Z j , Transl. For I will come to you a little after. In the 

Greek, ert fx.iKp6v is joined to the next clause. 

21. isQjsjjAj, shall be loved — dya-rrrjdijcriTaL — Ethpeel fut. 3. sing, of ^<1m7, 

Loved. — Ethpe. I>CLk»5Z|, Was loved. 

■7 

22. Q_i1d, whyl how is it that...? — Gr. Tt yeyovev on; — Comp. of 

•X -.0 

oai+ pV). 

•X ^ 7 _ ^ 

2G. ^CLOJOTJLJ, lie shall bring to your o'emembrance — vTrofivrjau v/xas — 
Aphel fut. 3. sing, (with aff.) of JOTLL, Remembered — See note, 

-h .7 ~ •>. .-n 

eh. XV. 20. — Aph. JCTLLJ, Made to reinember — Fut. 1. sing. JOT.!*!, 

~ -X 7 . ~ 

with aff. Eom. xv. 15 Inf. OjOT-lLoA, Acts xx. 35 Part. 

;OTSV>, 2 Tim. i. 6, &c.— PI. masc. ^-^>ai\V), 1 Cor. xi. 26. 

27. (V)\ 9, i^eace — dpi]vr]v — Def. of i>Q_L» (ch. xix. 3, etc.), noun 

masc. Prosperity, health, safety; salutation, S. Luke i. 40, 44. 

mV) \ m Aa|j, she saluted her, ver. 40. 

Heb. t:)h^, Ps. cxxii. 7, &c.— Chald. th^, Dan. iii. 31, etc. 
T T : 

28. ^AjOOI |,»k», ye woidd rejoice — ixap-qre uv — So the Vienna Edition, 

Tremellius, and Hutter. Other Editions read ^r>->- 

— p] v>l]>, because I go — Gr. on utvov, Tropevofxat — The Sin. Vat. and 

Alex. MSS. omit cTttov. 



184 S. JOHN XV. 1—6. 



CHAPTER XV. 

Ver. 1. ]Ae7> . tlie Vine — 17 a/x7reXos — Noun fem. def. for "j A 1 g^ . ^ Nun 
being compensated for by tlie hard pronunciation of Z, indicated 
in some books by tbe point Kushoi (Z). PI. def. ] y g^O ... 
Heb. ]S^, Ps. Ixxx. 9, 15. 

— ( v.. \«=^ the husbandman — o yecupyos — Noun masc. def A workman^ 

labourer. — PI. def. ( i'^\o^^ S. Matt. xxi. 33, &c. — Pi. »-kkX2), 

Laboured. 
2. |A « '•-^ • branch — KXrjfia — Noun fem. def. — PI. def. (masc. form) 

]A.«_d.», ver. 5. — R. ■ • *^ »^ Chald. Untwined, twisted together. 

Pa. Disturbed, perplexed. — Ithpa. Was perplexed, part. pi. Dan. v, 9. 
5. p( IJ55 \i"^,k3, for toithout Me — on x<^pis c/aou. 

G. I m "^^y, that (is) loithered — Gr. koI l^rjpavOt] — Part. fem. of « • n » 
(S. Matt. xiii. 6, &c.), Dried up, was dry. Pi-et. 3. sing. fem. 
ZuL^, S. Matt. xxi. 19, 20, &c.— 3. pi. Q-a-Cu, Rev. xvi. 12.— 
Put. - «^]^ Part. • « '^ ' , S. Mark ix. 18 A ph. ..aLTDo], 

-TV V 

pai-t. .„«l^q1d, S. James i. 11. 
Heb. t^'nS Ps. xxii. IG. 

•• T 

Transl. He is cast forth, as a branch that is toithered. 

— — .^.^ n \ , gatliering — they gather — avvayova-Lv — Part. pi. of -^^^ \) 

Collected — Pael -5^^, part. jiLo »4^ZL^>lD, a collector of words, 
babbler, Gr. (r7rep,aoXo'yos, Acts XAdi. 18. 
Heb. bpS, Ruth ii. 3, 7, 15. 

Transl. And they gather {and) cast it into the fire, that it may be 
burned. — The Sinaitic MS. reads au'ro for avrd.. 

— |5q_LO, into iliefire — eis to Trvp — Def of 5QJ (Hebr. i. 7; Rev. viii. 8), 

noun fem. — PI. def. |Z.03QJ. — Dcriv. adj. |>».J)QJ, Fiery ; pi. def 
tlijOJ, Rev. ix. 17. 

Chald. ^!)J, Dan. iii. 6, ikc. 



S. JOHN XV. 6—19. 185 

Ver, 6. j-DjZj, that it inay hum, he hurned — Gr. koi KaUrai — Fut. 3. sing, 
fern, (for w»pi:^|Z.) of ,.Q_» (Rev. viii, 7, 8), Burned up. — Pi-et. 3. 

pi. OyAI, ver. 7 Fut. ,h]l, 1 Cor. iii. 15.— 3. pi. vPpD]j, 

S. Matt. xiii. 30 In£ yi:|ki\, 1 Cor. vii. 9 Part. ^AI, 2 Cor. 

xi. 29, (fee. — Fern. (,Q.t, Acts vii. 30, &c. — PI. masc. ^j-Qj, 

S. Matt. xiii. 40.— Def. ]l6.1, Eph. vi. 16 Part. Peil , i n^, 

S. Luke xxiv. 32.__From this verb is derived 

(j^j, noun masc. def. A hurning, Hebr. vi. 8. 

Heb. *^p\ Deut. xxxii. 22.— Chald. "IpV part. Dan. iii. 6, &c. 

7 yk) ^2, Transl. All that ye desire to ask shall he {done) unto you. 

9. «_i.^^9 . ..AVi '■>;*^j in my love — -ev t^ dyaTrrj rfj Ifxy — JALq>v»5, noun 
fern. def. Love, friendshi}^ ; — witliaff. 1. sing. — ( V i <^'~'|; |Z\l£U^5, 
love of strangers, hosintality. Constr. (c^mn ASJQjjJ, love of 
money, (fnXapyvpla, 1 Tim. vi. 10. — |Z.Q_k»( Z^V)Kt3, fove of fra- 
ternity, hrotherly love, 2 S. Pet. i. 7. — R. I>Qjsi5, Loved. 

11. ^ano foaiZ., «?i^/i< 6e m you — €v vixiv ^, Vat. and Alex. MSS. 

— ]1V>AjZ, might he full — irXrjpoiOfj — Eslitaplial fut. 3. sing. fern, of 
ULd, Was full. — Shapli. . . \ V> • ^ see note, cb. xvi. 24, below. 
Esbtaph. . . XVnA m!\ ^ Was perfected, consimimated. Fut. jILdZlm-Jj 

3. pi. fern. ^ V V^'a « i Rev. xv. 8; xvii. 17 Part. |hD'A.«ji, 

S. Luke xiii. 32. — PI. masc. »-NV)A » V)^ coalescing witli ^Aj], 
Col. ii. 10.— PI. fern. ^iASoA..^, Rev. xx. 7. 

13. .... (.dOjo, Transl. Love that (is) greater than this is not (i.e. exists 
not) tliat a man should lay doion, &c. For I>Qj_CDJ, see note, ch. 
ii. 6, above. 

18 Aq, Transl. And if the ivor'ld hate you^ know (Gr. yivwo-Kere) that 

hefore you, it hated Me. 

19 ]J ]31 , Transl. But ye are not of the world; J'or I have chosen you 

out of the world; therefore the ivorld hateth you. 
w. c. 24 



186 S. JOHN XV. 20—27. 

Ver. 20. OJCTLL , remember — fivrj/xoveveTe — Imperat, pi. of JOLL (S. Luke i. 7 2 ; 
Hebr. XL 22), Remembered, loas mindful of. — Pret. 2. sing. Z-JCTLL, 

with aff. Hebr. ii. 6 Fut. 5<TLLJ, 3. pi. ^jOUiJ, 2 Tim. ii. 26.— 

2. pi. ^jOLlZ., S, John xvi. 4; 2 S. Pet. iii. 2 — Imperat. JCTLl, 

3 S. John ver. 10 PI. fern. —.JOLL, S. Luke xxiv. 6 — Inf. 

^mvVnV with aff. Eph. i. 16 Part. 5{jii», fern. IjOli., S. John 

xvi. 21. — PI. masc. __»5aLL, S. Matt. xvi. 9, &c.: — coalescing 
with _Lkj, 1 Thess. i. 3; — with ^Aj], 2 Thess. ii. 5 Part. 

xV 117 

Peil rJ^TT-ii'j pl- ^r-**^-^? Acts XX. 31; 1 Cor. xi. 2. 
Deriv. (j)<7ICLL, noun masc. clef. Memory, remembrance, 2 Tim. i, 5, &c. 
N.B. When JL precedes Ol, it has a vowel, with the soft pronunciation 

of I; and, like |, remits its vowel to a preceding vowelless con- 

7 -K 

sonant as JCTLLO. The line under 1. merely indicates this pro- 
nunciation, and must not be confounded with the linea occultans. 
22. "j AXX jpr^/ifi.r;;, clohe — Trpoe^acrtv — Del of jik or |I_1.L (S. Matt. xix. 3), 
noun fem. Cause, occasion, excuse. Constr. A.^^, Gal. v. 1 3. — 
PI. def. ]K\< —T?. ^5Ll ^, Entered. 

Chald. nW' ^^^- ^^- ^' ^- 

T • 

24. ^O TI_».J..L_i^ , among them — lit. to their eyes — Gr. iv avrots — See note, 

ch. vi. 5.^ — » ^ \; prep. Before, in the jJresence of. With affixes 

. -X .. 7 X . 

as a noun masc. pl. — -The Yud is often dropped, ^n'-> . i v\^ 
before you, S. Luke xxiii. 14. 

P 7 _ 

25. .. V>; loithout a cause — Swpectv — Adverb, lit. gratis, given: — in vain, 

Gal ii. 21. 

Compare Heb. Pi. \^J2i Gave, delivered u^y, Gen. xiv. 20. 

27. [j5q„» ^^5 from the beginning — a7r' a.p-}(yj<i — Def. of vjJCL*, noun 

IP 17 

•fjt, Pa. ^-^i-*, Began. 



S. JOHN XVI. 1-3. 187 



CHAPTER XVI. 

1. ^\ » '">/ / |j5, that ye should not be offended — Iva fit) (TKavBaXia6r]T€ — 

Ethpeel fut. 2. pi. of VV ^ ^ (not used) Heb. ^^2, Tottered, Ps. 
xxvii. 2; cix. 24. Ethpe. v, ■ "^L] , Struck against, stumbled. — ■ 

Pret. 3. pi. Q^^Zf, S. Matt. xv. 12 Fut. W « ^ A i g. Matt. 

xi. 6, kc. — 1. sing. \\anZ'(, cL xxvi. 33. — 3. pi. ^\»nAi ch. 

xxiv, 10. &c Part. V\>nAV), ch. xiii. 21; PI. ^ > K - ^aO^ 

ver. 57, &c. 

Deriv. ^_«lD, noun masc. An offence, Def. ji-a.^, Gr. aKavhaXov, 
1 S. Pet. ii. 7, &c. 

2. J.OJCQJ, will thinh — ho^ — Aphel fut. 3. sing, of ^.OID, Supposed, thought. 

Aph. ; *"^ rr j , Expected, judged ; caused to suppose, S. Luke xxiv. 
28. Gr. Trpoae-n-OLelTO. Fut. 2, pi. ^^^^lTdZ, S. Matt. iii. 9; v. 
17 — Part. ;nmV>, S. Luke iii. 15, &c.— PI. ^Ij^iailL, 2 S. 
Pet. iii. 9. 

— P-05Q-D, sei'vice — Xarpetav — Def. of _05Q_0, noun masc. An oblation, 
sacrifice, gift. PI. def. pLojOID, S. Matt. ii. 11, &c. — R. %^i-0, 
Drew near. 

Heb. XTp, Lev. ii. 1, &c.— or n^p, Xeh. x. 35, &c. 



— .«^,'nVi^ bringing, brings near — Gr. -n-poacfiipetv — Pael part, of «^^.0, 

■r< 7 

Came near. Pa. «J13;jQ (S. Matt. xxv. 20), Brought, offered. — Pret. 
1. sing. Ao^jD, with aff. S. Matt, xvii, 16. — 3. pi. a^;_D, S. John 

xix. 29, &c. — 2. pi. yOl^iJD, S. Luke xxiii. 14 Fut. ^O-XU, 

Hebr. v. 1, &c, — 1. sing. *0^r3|, Acts xxiv. 17. — 3. pi. .CLO;.IDJ, 

S. Mark iii. 9 Imperat. i^jLo, S. Matt. v. 24, &c Part. fern. 

]A;oV)^ 1 Cor. viii. 8.— Pi. masc. -j-^^ASd, S. Matt. x. 18, &c. 
Heb. Pi. nip, Ps. Ixv. 5,— Chald. Pa. y^p, Ezr. vii. 17. 

3 _j__iaiO, Ti'ansl. And these things will they do, because, &.c. The 

Vat. and Alex. MSS. omit vpuv. 



188 S. JOHN XVI. 4—19. 

Ver. 4. __iOlJr^, their time — Gr. yj wpa — Aff. fern, referring to an inde- 
finite object. 
Transl. That lohen their time is come, ye may remember them, that I 
told you. — The Yat. and Alex. MSS. read -^ wpa ahriov. 

G. [Lo^i^, soro'oxv — 7/ Xvirr] — Def. of Q_«{^, novm fern. Sadness. H. \iO, 
Was sad. 
Transl. For I have said these things to you, and sorroto is come, and 
hath filled your hearts. 

8. |Z.QjQ^)l ^1>, of righteousness — tte/ji SiKatocrwr^s — Def. of Q^'l (Rom. 

7 

. iv. 3), noun fern. Justice. — R, *D5l, Was just. 

17 

12. - » 11 "^ J much, many things — ttoWo. — Adj. Great, much, cojnous, 

abounding. Often used as an adverb, Much, very, cli. xxi. 8, 

UX 7 
II <y>^ S. Matt. iv. 25, Vienna Ed, and 

many others; the Polyglotts, followed by Schaaf, read 1 1 • a "^ 

<k77 , t t t ^ .. 

13. vP'~'i*^i ^; He loill guide you — oSij-yr/crcc vixa<; — Pael fut. 3. sing, (with 

7 7 7 

aff.) of ^iDj, Led. — Pa. ;.£:)> (1 Tim. iii. 12), Rided, governed; led, 

7 7 ..7 

as by axithority Fut. ;^D_,J, Col. iii. 15. — 3. pi. fern. ^t^rJ> 

•X l> 7 /7 

1 Tim. V. 14 Inf. ";*^,^^j S. Luke vi. 39, (see note there) 

7 7 

Part. ^Or^, 1 Tim. iii. 4. 
— jZr_»Ali, things to come — to. ip)(6fxeva — See note, ch. iii. 14. 

14. .*~^m 1 JJe shall receive — Xifi/^erac — Participle used for future. — The 

word ,ClCi_»Q_KjJO, and shall shew it unto you, is wanting in the 
Vienna Ed. and in that of Tremellius, but restored to the text by 
Guy de la Bodcrie from a MS. 

17. 0001 OjiD|0, and they said, or kept saying — cittov — Pret. and subst. 
verb with force of imperfect. ^ 

19. |?r-»^ I>Q2i, One toith another, among yourselves — /act aXX^Xcav — 

5,_K», form of noun pi. def — a con- 

7 7* 

tracted form of ^j^ j_kj, see note, ch. vi. 7. Used either alone, 
as l?,jj O AD ( , th<'y devoured one another, or with prepositions : 
sucli are 



S. JOHN XVI. 19—21. 189 

.•»0>>7 17,, T> 

Ver. 19. «ID; as |9r-»^K^ Q_i;_.iZ.|, they engaged {fought) one another. 
^^; as Ijfj^ _1d —-t-ML^i^ , differing Jrom each otJier. 

»_i.; as |>r-K» j_»» ^Q_«.A.dAJ5, that they should meet together, lit. 

beside one another. 
The above examples are from Bar Hebrseus. In the N.T. with these 

prepositions only, 

7 

. iQ2i, as here; also S. Lute iv. 36; xxiii. 12; IS. John i. 7. 
liik, as in Acts xxi. 6; xxviii, 2.5; Rom. ii. 15; Rev. vi. 4. 

^\li, as in S. James iv. 11. 

20. ,0.\(Z, ye shall lament — Oprjv-^aerc — Fiit. 2. pi. of (Jj, Mourned. 

Pret. 1. pi. ^ . ^X, S- Matt. xi. 17; S. Luke vii. 32 Fut. 

]]]2 Part. pi. fem. ^ v V]", S. Luke xxiii. 27. 

Heb. ^/^^J Joel i. 8. — Compare Germ, ^cufcii. 

T T 

— Ir^^ v9-^^> 1/^ shall be sorrowful, lit. it shall be sorroivful to you — ■ 
\virr]6i](Tecr6e — Fut. 3. sing. fem. of jjiD or «-i^O, It was sad. — In 
Peal, only used impersonally, i.e. in the 3rd pers. fem. followed 
by the dative, and ^JL of the cause of sorrow, when a noun, 
S. Mark iii. 5; but j when a verb, ver. 21, below. — Pret. 3. fem. 

ai2^ Aj^D, S. John xxi. 17, &c Part. fem. ^on\ \^iD, ver. 22, 

below Part. Peil fem. (TL^ |->^^, ver. 21, below.__Aph. ._»;^j, 

Caused grief, made sorry, 2 Cor. ii. 5. — Pret. 1. sing. Zuj^], 

ver. 2; vii. 8 Fut. 3. pi. xOynz, ch. ii. 3 Part. lii^iLD, ver. 2. 

Chald. 5^15 > Ithpe. Was grieved, Dan. vii. 15. 

T ; 

21. |,_ikj5 pij, when she is in travail — orav tlktyj — Part. fem. of ,-iij, 

Begat; brought forth children. Pret. 3. sing. fem. Z.r-i«-» , in. this 
verse. — l.^ing. Z.;-\j, Philem. ver. 10. — 3. pi. O^-i^, S. Luke 

xxiii. 29 (see note) Fut. S^, fem. ^r^jZ" S. Matt. i. 21, 

23.-2. sing. fem. ^,^12." S. Luke i. 31.— 3. pi. fem. ,^'rl»"ij, 

1 Tim. V. 14 Part. Peil r-*^, S. John xviii. 37.— Pi. masc. 

>, ' \ ' , Acts ii. 8. — Constr. [jLJ fc_.j.j.J^, born of ivomen, 
S. Matt. xi. 11; S. Luke vii. 28. 



190 S. JOHN XVI. 21—32. 

Ver. 21. Deriv. |)a\j, noun masc. def. One that begets, 1 S. John v. 1. 
Heb. iS*, Gen. iv. 1, 22, &c. 

~ T 

— rn^xoVin piOQ_ji, tlte day of her child-bearing — Gr. t] wpa airfjs — 

. p. p 7 

l^xn^T) noun masc. def. (here with aff.) Generation, birth, S. 
Luke i. 14. — Followed by «_a_t5) ^^ regeneration, Tit. iii. 5. — 
R ylL*, Aph. r^o"). 

— OTJ^o|, her anguish — Gr. r^s ^Xii/^ews — p^OJ (S, Matt. xiii. 21), 

noun masc. def. Affliction, oppression, tribulation. PI. . « ^ ^O | , 
Eom. V. 3. — Def. jj'^^oj, Acts xx. 23. — R. t-^, Constrained, 
afflicted. 

24. X)r^ |Jo, and not anything, or, yea, nothing, 

. — I I \V) •LQ, ftdl — TmrX-qpwfXG'r} — Shaphel part. pass. fern, of lilO, 
Was full. Shaph. . . W> • (with afF. fem. Acts xiii. 33), Filled 

up, fulfilled, perfected. Fut. ]ILq.«_3, 1. sing. ]1V)»], Col. i. 25 

Part. ULq.^, Eph. i. 23; Col. iv. 17.— PI. masc. ^.Kvnlv> 

coalescing with ^Aj|, S. James ii. 8 Part. pass. - > ^^ *^, 

Acts xi. 24. — Def. ] ' Vv^ 1 V»^ S. James i. 4.— Fem. def. 
'\\.'\^lKf> s. Mark iv. 28.— PI. masc. ^."vVnlvn Rev. iii. 2; 
vi. 11: — coalescing with ^Aj], Rom. xiv. 14. — Def. ( » \ V> » V> 
Col. iv. 12. 
Deriv. ( > W)Q-» , noun masc. def. Fulness, Eph, i. 23, &c. 

25. |J_y|H-^ r""*"^' i^^^<*^^y — Trapp-qa-ia — Lit. to the eye in p)ubUc, _:^ being 

understood as prefixed See note, ch. vi. 5 |Lhl_0, part. Peil 

1, Revealed, with pref. »S. Otherwise written ^^»-^ (J ■! *^, 
2 Cor. iii. 12; Hebr. iv. 16. 
29. (,_»j (Jo, not even one — Gr. ovBefJLiav. ^ 

7 .!> 

31 r^\, Transl. Jesus saith to them. Believe; (32), For (or, that) the 

hour Cometh, &c. 

32. ^Oy f^LL, ye shall be scattered — a-KopTnaOrJTe — Ethpaal fut. 2. pi. of 
y^a, Pa. 5^, Dispersed. — Ethpa. Jr^Z.|, Was dispersed. Pret. 



S. JOHN XVI. 32, 33. XVII, 7. 11. 191 

Ver. 32. 3. pi. O^^j^L]] Acts v. 36, 37 Fut. s'^Aj, 3. pi. ^jf^Aj, 

S. Matt. XX vi. 31, &c. 

33. amr:illZ], be of good cheer — ^apcretTc — Etlipaal imperat. pi. nf .*-^'~^\ 
(not used) Pael ♦IZl.CiA, Gave heart or courage to; comforted. 

Imperat. pi. amo^, 1 Thess. v. 14 Ethpa. ^ii^li^Z.], Was 

cow^/brfed— Imperat. *d^i^Z"j, S. Matt. ix. 2; S. Mark x. 49. — 
Fem. ^jJlidSZ]", S. Matt. ix. 22; S. Luke viii. 48. 

Deriv. ^CXC3Q._^, noun masc. def. Exhortation, consolation, readiiiess, 

1 Cor. xiv. 3. 

— C7lA_i_21, / liave overcome (aff. pleon.) — vevUrjKa — Pret. 1. sing, of \D] 

(Rev. V, 5), Conquered. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. Aoi, with aff. pleon. 

1 S. John V. 4. — 1. sing. L.t^\, Rev. iii. 21. — 3. pi. ODl, Hebr. 

xi. 33.-2. pi. ^LxL\, 1 S. John iv. 4 Fut. "i^p, Rev. vi. 2;— 

Fem. plZ, Rev. xi. 7. — 2. sing. piZ, Rom. iii. 4 Imperat. pi. 

7 .P T> - 

QI3^, with aff. pleon. Rom. xii. 21 Inf. p^VnX^ Rev. xiii. 7.^ 

Part. "IdI, 1 S. John v. 4, 5 Part. Peil |£l, 2 S. Pet. ii. 19 

Ethpeel t-iui;))! j , Was overcome. Part. pi. masc. —o-DjliD, 2 S. Pet. 
ii. 20. 

This verb, in Job xv. 4; xxv. 4; Ps. Ii. 6, represents the 
Heb. n^Tj Was pure, faultless. Note however, that, in the last 

T T 

of these passages the LXX. quoted by S. Paul (Rom. iii 4), read 
viKjyoT;?. — It also represents Heb. npJ> Was quit, cleared of crime, 
Exod. xxi. 19; and p15f, Job xxxiii. 12, 32. 

7 

Pa. t-k^l. Purged. 



, CHAPTER XVII. 

7. ZiLyj , / have known — Gr. eyvtaKav — The Sin. MS. reads eyvcDV. 

« P I 7 17 

11. (.a >j f), holij-^ayu — Def. of ■ » -^o (S. Luke i. 49), adj. IIoli/. — 
Fem. ILj^Io, Acts vii. 33, &c.— Def. "JAj^j^, S. Matt. xxiv. 
15, ifcc. — PI. masc. ^. i..M-ipO, def, ] » -, ("i, S. Matt. xvi. 27, &c. 



23 



192 S. JOHN XVII. 11—23. 

Ver. 11. —PI. fenl. ^^^rij, Tit. ii. 5.— Def. ]'L^]L, S. Luke i. 72.— 
R •-•j-O, Pa. Sanctified. 

Heb. t^np, Ps. xxii. 4.— Chakl. tJ^'^p, Dan. iv. 5, 6, &c. 

• CO .7 

12. (jj^lj, of inrdition — Tyi<i dTrwXeias — Noun inasc. def. Euin, destruc- 
tt07i. — K f^\, PerisJied. 

Heb. p^5< and p^5<, Estb. viii. 6; ix. 5. 

13 (ocnZj, Transl. That My joy may he fulfilled in them. 

I 7 7 

20. ,^ 1 1 V) i CTliD?, t<;/io believe — tu>i/ Trio-reuoVTCJv, Sin. Vat. and Alex. 

MSS. 

^ * ' *^ V\' P^'^"/^'^^ — TercXeiw/AcVot — Part. Peil pi. masc. of ;V) .. (Hebr. 
rii. 19), C ompleted^ finished ; and in trans. (7«we to a?i end, failed^ 

S. Luke xvi. 9. — Pret. 3. sing. fern. ^.^LoT., Rom. vii. 8, 13 

Put. JaLo^, with aff. Heb. ii. 10; xiii. 21.— 2. sing. 5QiCL,.Z" 
Rom. ii. 25. — 1. sing. 5q1d^/|" Hebr. viii. 8. — 3. pi. ^;V>.. i^ 
cb. X. 1: — Fem. ^kL.,J, cb. i. 12.— 1. pi. inV> . i 1 Tbess. 

iii. 12 Inf. ^kL^kiX, Rom. iv. 21; Hebr. ix. 9 Part, ^kl/., 

Rom, V, 3: — Fem. ]:V>.. cb. ii. 27. — PI. masc. ^ T^ii, Hebr. 
x. 2 — Part. Peil r^i^-.., S. Matt. v. 48, &c.— Def. "j- » ^ ,. 

ch. xix. 21, &c.— PI. masc. def. 1; > ^ ., S. Matt. v. 48 

EthiDeel ^kl..Z.|, Was made perfect, Hebr. v. 9. — Pret. 3. sing, 
fem. Z^kl^Zf, S. James i. 15; ii. 22.-1. sing. Z^LCL^Zl^ PhU. 

iii. 12.-3. pi. o^liL.Zf, Hebr. xii. 23 Fut. 3. pi. ^^IoIAj, 

Hebr. xi. 40. — 2. pi. \";^ii^^; 2 Cor. xiii. 9 Imperat. pi. 

O^ia^Zf, ver. 11 Part. ^ln-.Ak3, 2 Cor. xii. 9:— Fem. 

l^lQ-.tASD, Gal. V. 6. — Fi'om this verb are derived 

12 -X 

JOkly., noun masc. def. The perfecter, finisher, Heb. xii. 2. 

\L0 \ > V) .., noun fem. def. Perfection, 1 Cor. xiii. 10, &c. 

ZL. t; » V>ti) adv. Perfectly, Acts xxii. 3, &c. 



S. JOHN XVII. 23, 24. XVIII. 1—3. 193 

Ver. 23. Heb. "l/^il, Finished, Ps. Ivii. 3; Failed, ceased, Ps. vii. 10; 
xii. 2; lxxvii\ 9.J!chald. ^J^^, Part. Pcil, Ezr. vii. 12. 

24. iOrI3 V> j 6e/bre — irpo — See note, cli. i. 15. 

— m A .Vi <7 ^/to foundatiojis (afF. pleon.) — Gr. KaTal3oXrj<i — PI. def. of 
. .<o ^7 def. IA-lIdjZ, noun fern. ^1 foundation. PI. ^ i V)>'Z, 
def. "JAliDiZ", S. Matt. xiii. 35. — R. lk)5, Cast,x>laced. 



CHAPTER XVIII. 

1. "jAl^tJ, the brook — Gr. toS x^'/^W^" — l^^f. of jL.J, noun fern. A 

torrent, sufficiently shallow to be crossed on foot (Scliaaf). Or, 
according to Castel, q.d. the foot of a river, from whence it has 
\i^ foundation or origin. Occurs hero only in the N.T. — R. ^-ii') 
Heb. /J*!, Went on foot, luent about skmulerinj, Ps. xv. 3. But 
this verb is regarded by some as denom. fr. /Jll, afoot. 

— l^^^l' ^* gC'Tden — K^TTos — Noun fern. def. — PI. def. (masc. form) (JLt. 

Heb. 1^, Gen. ii. 8, 15; and H^-l fern. Isa. i. 30. R. JJil, 
Surrounded, j)rotected, 

2. (.iiQ_i..«.LD, the betrayer — Gr. 6 TrapaStSoi)? avTov — Noun masc. def. — 

PI. def. ]vvn\ «V-) 2 Tim. iii. 4. Der. from ixZLL^iD, Aph. part. 
ofi>Q_L», Completed. Aph. Delivered uj). 

— (001 wjULD, resorted, used to resort — crvv7])(6r] — Part, forming imperf. 

tense. Sec note, ch. iv. 3G. 

3. ;_i_£l£D|, a band <f men, — cohort — Gr. ti]v cnrelpav, i.e. the cohort in 

duty to preserve order at festivals, (See Bp. Middleton in loc.) — 
prosthetic, |;_»_£LCD, Acts x. 1. 
Transl. Judas therefore took the cohort; and from, the Chif Priests 
and Pharisees he took inferior officers (iin-yypeTas). 

•i"^ . 7 7 7 

— Vr4^^) lanterns — Gr. cjjavoju — PI. def. of -f^^LS or ;, > ^'^^ 1, noun 

masc. ..'1 lamp, in wliicli petn)kunn or ii;iptlia is burned. — 
\v. c. 25 



194 S. JOHN XVIII. 3—11. 

Ver. 3. (5QJO t-ftuSJ? pLoo| ^cn:;5too, and in their hands vessels of 
naptha and fire, (Bar Hebraeus.) 

— 1^ . c^OiV torches — Gr. \a/X7raSwv — PI. clef, of "),_.>£LkA, 1^]e^V>\ 

j^ g^Vnx (see Rev. iv. 5; viii. 10; S. Matt. xxv. 1, &c.), A lamp, 
torch. 

Heb. *1>3S, Judg. vii. 16. 

— P_«l , weapons — Gr. ottXwv — Noun masc. def. used only in tlie singular, 

Arms, also Ornaments. R. in Arab. Adorned. 

Compare the like use of Heb. ^1V, Exod. xxxiii. 4, 5, 6. 

5^_3, the Nazarene — of Nazareth — tqv NaCwpaiov — Adj. def. — PL def. 

■J ""■ " 

(_i9^, Acts xxiv, 5. 

10. j;HL£uCO, a sword — fxaxatpav — Noun fern, def. — PI. def. (•^•mg^m^ 

S. Matt. xxvi. 47, 55, &c. 

— m [\V) m ^ he drew it — tt/VKiJcrev avT-qv — Verb pret. 3. sing, with aff. — 

.| \V) » j Brew out, p>lucked forth, S. Matt. xxvi. 51; S. Mark xiv. 
47. — Occurs only in the N.T. in the places mentioned, but common 
elsewhere. Put. ^akl^_3. Part. Peil fern. |^ > V> » 1^^», « 
drawn sword, (Bar Hebrseus). 
Transl. Now as for Simon Peter, there vms upon him a sword; and 
he drew it, and smote, &c. 

— . >m . >..Vn^ he smote (pron. pleon.) — liraicrc — See note, ch. xiii. 4. 

— OTJjj, his ear — av-rov to isiTiov — Noun fem. wuth afF. — pjf (1 Cor. ii. 9; 

xii. 16), The ear.~2\. def. (masc. form) |jjf, S. Matt. xi. 15, kc. 
Heb. [Tjij, Ps. xliv. 2. 

— ( 1 » V> . ;, which was ^//e ri^A< — Gr. to Se^to'v — Noun fem. The right side. 

Heb. Y<p\ Ps. Ixxiii. 23; cxviii. 16. 

11. V") ' rr> j pM< away, jmt up — ftdXe — Imperative. See note, ch. ii. 6. 

— cnA\js!>JO, iiito its sheath — Gr. eh Trjv OyKrjv — jAXjo, noun fem. dff. 

A scabbard. With ])re])os. ami aff. prou. — R. \Jl*j, Hob. 77(1, 
Peif orated. 



S. JOHN XVIII. 11—15. 195 

Ver. 11. Transl. Put %ip the sword into its sheath, — The Sin. Vat. and 
Alex. MSS. omit <rov. 

— (<•""> , the cup — TO TTOTtjpiov — Noun masc. clef. — PI. def. [shD, S. Mark 

vii. 4, 8. 

Heb. Di3) Ps. xxiii. 5; cxvi. 13. 

12. py . \ . n the Caj^tains — Gr. d x'-^'-^PX'^'^ — -P^- ^^^- °^ p; . \ . n 

(Acts xxi. 31, &c.), noun der. from the Gr.; projierly, A military 
tribune, commanding 1000 men. Here the prefect of a cohort — 
and in a wider sense, Cap)tains, commanders, S. Mar, vL 21. 

— t-.C7IOjXD|, hound Him — thrjo-av avrov — Pret. 3. pi. (with aff.) of ii23| 

(S, Mark V. 3G), Bound, girded. Pret. 3. pi. O^ic], S. Mark xvi. 

1 Fut. 5a£D]j, S. John xxi. 18, (fee— 2. sing. 5a£o"jZ", S. Matt. 

xvi. 19.— 3. pi. vPi-CdIj, with aff. Acts xxi. 11 &c.— 2. pi. ^^XdU", 

S. Matt, xviii. 18 Imperat. JOCo], S. Lnke xvii. 8. — PI. OjOTd], 

S. Matt. xiii. 30; xxii. 13 Inf. ^Ikili, with siffi S. Mark v. 3. 

Part. ^£0J, S. John xxi. 18.— PI. masc. ^jic], S. Matt, xxiii. 

x ^7 

4 Part. Peil, ; i rc(, ver. 24, below, ifec. See notes, ch. iii. 24; 

xi. 44. 

Heb. ^DX, Ps- cxviii. 27. 

— T 

13. w»OT0V}>j, the father-in-laio (^xon. pleon.) — Tra>6ep6<i — I>CLk», def. 

(Sf}.K>. Assumes O before affixes, except 1. sing. *_fciiQ.Kj. Simi- 
larly t£f, ]-»lT.— PI. def. IcTlkiJl. 
Heb. on, Gen. xxxviii. 13, 25. 

T 

14. »^_i^5, that gave counsel — 6 avfjiftovXeva-a^ — Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. 

Counselled; j^romised. Pom. i. 2; iv, 21, tfec Fut. ^oXSdJ 

Inf. ^\V>V> abs. with part. ^S^, 2 Cor. viii. 10 Part. Peil 

}^j-1^!Ld, E])h. vi. 2, actively; Hebr. vi. 18: — Fern. ]^ . \V)^ 
Eph. i. 13. 

Heb. lhJ2> Reigned, was king, Ps. xlvii. 9. 

15. Transl. And Simon Peter, undone of the other disciples, followed Jesus, 

and this disciple the High Priest knew. 



100 S. JOHN XVIII. 15—18. 

Ver. 15. IZj^, into the palace — cts rrjv aiXijv — Dcf. of ]?5, noun fcm. 
Jlall, vestibule. 
Transl. And went in with Jesus into the jyalace. 

7 

IG ^r-»?> Transl. Whom the High Priest knew. 

— P^jZ '/ ; ^ ^ >> J unto her that kept the door — Gr. t^ Ovpwpt^ — See note, 

ch. ii. 10. 

— CTLAi.|, brought in (afF. plcon.) — eunqyayi — Aph. pret. 3. sing, of 

XlLii ^^, Entered. Aph. ^\L] (Acts x. 23, &c.) Introduced, led 
^5^._Pret. 3. sing. fem. A1Ll"|' S. Luke xii. 16.— 3. pi. nNsf 

(^Ifvienna) 1 Tim. vi. 10.— 1. pi. ^Nsf, ver. 7 Fut. ^\Ii, 

2. sing. ^\2iZ, with afF. S. Matt. vi. 13; S. Luke xi. 4, where see 
note.— 3. pi. ,n \M, S. Luke v. 18 Imj)erat. \Li»|, S. Luke 

•X.P7 •>,.P7- 

xiv. 21 Inf. abs. Q_\>i.LD, Acts vii. 45, O \ S V) \ , Gr. da-eXOetv, 

Ilebr. iii. 19 Part. ^\lk?, Hebr. i. 6.— PI. ^_.jLiD, S. Luke 

ii. 27. From this conjugation are derived 

]A\ vV1 j noun fem. def. An e7itrance, Hebr. iv. 1; 2 S. Pet. i. 11. 

. ,1 . p 7 

fxjiilo, noun niasc. def. the same, Rom. v. 20, &c. 

Cm -X - P 7 

j/ o 1 \v V)^ noun fem. def. the same, S. Jude ver. 4. 

Chald. Aph. Sy^n inserted) Dan. ii. 25; vi. 19.— Imperat. 

'^yn, ch. ii. 24.— Inf. rhvil' c^- V. 7, and nSv^H, ch. iv. 3.— 

Deri v. 7^)13, pi. constr. Dan. vi. 15, the setting of the sun, lit. 

euti'ance, 2)lace of entrance. 

17. "jAVi . Vv, the damsel — rj iraiZiaKT] — Fern. def. — See note, S. Matt, 
xix. 20. 

\9. |3qJ, afire — Gr. avOpaKiav, afire of coals, rendered by j'^LDQ^., ch. 

xxi. 9. 

— .Q_1_*.>-»J>, that they might warm themselves — Gr. koX iOepjxaLvovro — 

^ * 7 7 •^ 

Fut. 3. pi. of _»a_», Was warm, grew warm. Fut. _kk.«_3 

Imperat. pi. n i ».». «^ S. James ii. IG Part, —kk^, in this verse 

and ver. 25, below; also S. Mark xiv. 54, G7, wlicre sec note. 

X 7 . _ 

— ,_jlj;-D, colli — ij/vxo'i — Noun masc. occurring heie only in tlie N. T. — 

Also ]_»?arD, noun niasc. dcf. Acts xxviii. 2. 



S. JOHN XVIII. 18— 3G. 197 

Vcr. 18. Transl. And they had made a fire to warm tJiemselves, for it was 

cold. 
20. {V>v 1>C1L, with the peojyle — Gr. tw koct/xw. 

22. 0TI12), Jlis cheek — \0^, noun masc. def. (with afF.) The cheek, jaw. 

PI. def. ]iii), with aff. ch. xix. 3, &c. 
Transl. Struck Jesus on Ilis cheek. 

23. A .] 1 . o^ badhj, evil — KaKws — Adverb derived from ( ■ i *^, Uvil. 

26. aiJ_i~Kj|, the kinsman (aff. pleon.) — crvyy€vrj<; — _ , i .yji], def. |j.j.j^(, 
noun masc. A relative — Fern. def. JAj_ii_k»(, with aif. S. Luke 

i. 36 PI. masc. ^ > ^ > ^ »] def. |ij_*o1, with aff. S. Mark iii. 21 ; 

S. Lukexiv. 12; xxi. 10. 

— (001 *£1CD^, he had cut off — a7r€Koi/^e — Pluperf. tense. See note, cli. 

ix. 22. 

28. _ji5Q_^;.2), the Prcetorium, judgment hall — to TrpaLTwpiov — A MS. 

reads pniDIS, ^5^50^^^. 

•>, 7 -Ji •• 

— ,Q_»Q.^Aj fj5, that they might not be defiled — iva fi-q fiLav6oj(nv — 

Ethpaal fut. 3. pi. of «-»Q_4 - * j. Smeared, anointed. Pael 

wjQ_4, Polluted, profaned. Pret. 3. pi. Q_»Q_^, Rev. iii. 4 

7 7 . .-« 

Ethpa. wjQ_4Z.(, Was polluted, defiled himself. Pret. 3. pi. 

Q_»a2Zf, Ptev. xiv. 4 Fut. wjCL^Aj Part. fern. "Uo^ASd, 

1 Cor. viii. 7. 

— . . . . ,i», Transl. Until they should eat, or, uj) to the time of titeir eating 

the Passover — Gr, tVa cjidyoxn to 7ra(r;(a. 

29. |t^^ ^^IjpiD, accusation, lit. devouring of a morsel — KaT-qyopiav — 

Compare note, ch. viii. 44. ^^pio, noun, or infin. abs. (verbal 
noun) of ^i)|, Devoured. The words occur as one, Rom. i, 30; 

2 Cor. xii. 20; IS. Pet. ii. 1. 

30. I ^ ■ '>. *7) ,'^S, a doer of wicked things, a malefactor — Gr. KaKorroios. 

7 X 7 1> 

36. 00C71 ■ I •AdALo, they would fight — av . . .y]yoiVLt,ovTo — Eth2)aal part. 
1)1. (forming imperf. subjunctive) of ._»Ad, Beat, contended. Part. 
,^ts^, Gr. 8€pw, 1 Cor. ix. 20 Eth])a. ^jtt^L], Fought, ntrovc. 



198 S. JOHN XVIII. 3(3-40. XIX. 1. 

Ver. 30. Pret. 1. sing. L^LoL'f, 2 Tim. iv. 7 Imperat. ^LdL]] 1 Tim. 

vi. 12.— PI. Q_.ZoZf, S. Luke xiii. 24 Inf. Q_.A^AkA, S. 

Luke xiv. 31; 2 Tim. ii, 24 Part. w^AoZldD, Gr. irvKrtvta, 1 Cor. 

ix. 26. — Deriv. 

{^OD^L, noun masc. def. A contest, with afF. Eph. vi. 12. — PI. def. 
UoAiiZ', 2 Tim. ii. 23; Tit. iii. 9. 

Heb. ^n2> Pounded in a mortar, Prov. xxvii. 22. 

~ T 

— i>Q_i>A-»j |J5, titat I shoidd not be delivered — Iva fxy} TrapaSo^w — Ethpeel 

fut. 1. sing, of JsqX*, Loosed, finished. — Ethf)e. ^^ nA m\ (S. Matt, 
iv. 12, &c.), Was finished, given up, betrayed. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. 
l^^L»X, S. Jude ver. 3.-3. pi. nVn'v A J{ Hebr. xi. 36.-2. pi. 

^n AVn^ A,]" Eom. vi. 17 Fut. :>q2^AaJ, S. Matt. xvii. 22, kc 

Part. :>q1£A^Ld, S. Matt. xx. 18, ifec— PI. masc. ^ . V^Va « vA^ 

7 

coalescing with ,-J-*^, 2 Cor. iv. 11. 
39. Ir-*-^; f* c2(stom — (TwrjO^Kx — Noun masc. def. A manner; also. Religious 
rite, S. Luke i. 9.— PI. def. 1,-^, Acts vi. 14, &c.— Pv. jOL ji., 
Arab. Tl^as acctistorned. 

— .... ]jC7l_^, this King of the Jews — Gr. toi/ paa-ikia k.t. \. 
40 »_»cno^|, Transl. Xoio this Barabbas was a robber. 



CHAPTER XIX. 

•r, 7 ,7 

Cjl,_.t_3, scourged (aff. pleon.)^£/xao-Ttya)or6 — Pael pret. 3. sing, of r-uh-^? 
Drew.— Fix. ^ll (S. Matt, xxvii. 26), i?ea^— Pret. 3. pi. Oj_li, 

Acts V. 40, &c Fut. r-i-^' 3. pi. Acts xvi. 22; Avith aff. S. Matt. 

X. 17, «tc Inf. OplJlQ^l, with aff. Acts xxii. 29. Part. 

, ". 1^ , Hebr. xii. 6.— PL ^L^^Ld, S. Matt, xxiii. 34 Part. 

pass, , .1 ^V), S. Mark xv. 15. 
Transl. Then Pilate scourged Jesus. 



S. JOHN XIX. 2. 199 

Ver. 2. Vfeao-^'^-^^j , the soldiers — ot orpaTiwrai — PI. def. of ]-4Q_»_^;_^Xd] , 
(Acts xxviii. 16), noun masc. derived from the Greek. PI. 

— ClAy-.. , platted — Gr. TrXt^avres — Pret. 3. pi. of \),_^., Twisted, wreathed. 

Whence is derived 
IJo-., pi. def IJoJi, Flattings, 1 Tim. ii. 9; 1 S. Pet. iii. 3. 

Heb. 7*121, intrans. Grew up, became great, Exod. ii. 10, 11; 

— T 

• — -as tilings twisted or hound together acquire greater strength. 

— {' ' \^j a crown — a-riffiavov — Noun masc. def. — PI. def jLL-ir), Acts 

xiv. 12. — U. ^^Ld ^D, Heb. 7^3, Perfected, also Crowned; 
whence HyS) <^ bride, from her bridal chaplet. Syr. Pa. \^^, 
Crowned. Ethpa. part. 2 Tim. ii. 5. 

— [^dO — Sd, of thorns^-l^ aKavScov — PI. def of [^0.0, noun masc. def. 

A thorn, briar. 

— »»i01Q_»_CQD, thei/ put on Him — TrepiijSaXov avTov — Pael pret. 3. pi. 

with aff. of jlIlD, Hid; only in part. Peil ]rcin, see note, S. Matt. 

X. 26 Pa. .--.-(Tin ^ Hid, clothed — Pret. 2. sing. ^ - ^^, S. Matt. 

xi. 25; S. Luke x. 21.— 2. pi, ,n A . <r\^ with aff. S. Matt. xxv. 
36, 43 Put. Imiu, 1 Cor. xi. 7 Imperat. ]£ClD, pi. fem. 

.. t\ 7 7 7 

. . mn^ with aff. S. Luke xxiii. 30 Part. pass. . . mnV^^ 

» " 7 

Rom. xvi. 25, &c. — Fem. ( . mn V) S. Luke ix. 45; xviii. 34. — 
From this conjugation is derived 

• P I .7 

|A . mo/ noun fem. def A covering, veil, 1 Cor. xi. 15, &c. A cloak, 
garment with aff. Acts xii. 8. 

The verb is here followed by accus. of the pei-son and thing ; 

^.. 7 . -X T 7 

sometimes by *^ of the thing; as 1 1 ( .i *~> 010 i m*"), the/j en- 
veloped her in a covering, (Bar Hebrpeus). 

Heb. Pi. HDi, also variously constructed; e.g. with accus. of 

T • 

the person and ^ of the covering. Lev. xvii. 13: — with two 
accusatives, Ezek. xviii. 7, 16; — with 7j^ of person and 5 of 
covering, Ps. xliv., 20; with accus. of covering and y^ of the 
thing covered, Ezok, xxiv. 7. 



200 S. JOHN XIX. 2—7. 

Ver. 2. (JQ_..>(>, of purple — Or. (t/xaTtoi/) 7rop</>vpoi;v— Noun masc def. — 
PI. def. Ijo-oI^ S. Mark xv. 17, 20; so tlie Vienna Ed.— others 
read pa.<o|, Gr. irop<fivpav. 
Transl. And they p)ut ripon Ilim robes of purple. 

3. fcjOIQ-^lQ ^\i. OT-i. 00C7I ■ .v-kkSdo , and they struck Ilim on His cheeks 

— Gr. Koi iSiSovv avT<S paTrtV/tara. In S. Mark xiv. 65, paTrttTfiacnv 
avTov e/3aX\ov. 

4. OT.5Ac5, in Him, or against Him — Iv aww, rendered hj OT-O, ver. 6, 

below. — So, »_»5A£D, Ml ??ie — Iv i/xoL, Acts xxviii. 18. 
G. ♦.^Gl-t.^Q-^ » , Crucify Him — o-raijpajo-ov avrov — Imperat, with aff. of 
>*^ \t , Hung on a gallows, or Cross. Fut. •^'^ n \ . i — Part. Peil 
.n i\», Gal. iii. 1. — PI. ^ i n i^», S. Luke xxiii. 39. 
N.B. The received Text omits avrov, which is read after the second 
o-Tavpojo-ov, in the Sin. and Alex. MSS. 

— fcjOlQ-SLDOl , Crucify Him — Gr. crTavpwcraTe — Imperat. pi. with aff. of 

~ 7 _ 

-^o] , Raised up, crucified; in the N. T. always in the latter sense, 
except in 2 Tim. iv. 15 (part. Peil), lifted t(p against ox;r words; 

7 

and Ethpe. ch. vi. 18, above. — Pret. 3. pi. nc^ n]^ S. Mark xv. 
27; with aff. ver. 18, 23, below.— 2. pi. ^oA^i^l, Acts ii. 23, 

3G Fut. ^2Q-Op, 1. sing. K£)Q.ri\\, ver. 15, below; with aff. 

ver. 10. — 3. pi. ,Q_£LDp, Hebr. vi. 6; with aff. ver. 16, below, 

&c Imperat. ^2)QJD], with aff. S. Mark xv. 13 Part. *.2m], 

pi. ^_-*.JLDi, S. Matt, xxiii. 34 Part. Peil w2ij.iDl, 1 Cor. i. 23, 

ttc— PI. masc. ^^ . g^ I Ol , S. Mark xv. 32.— Def. ]^lLc!], ver. 
31, below. 

Heb. ftpT, Raised, comforted i\\e afflicted, Ps. cxlv. 14; cxlvi. 
8. — Chald. ftpT, Raised, hicng a criminal, pait. Peil Ezr. vi. 11. 
7 _^, We have a law — rjfxiL<; vofxov l)(pfxf.y, where I'ljxtZs is emphatic. 

— ....»^-.|0, Transl. And accordbig to ivhat is in our laio He is guilty 

of dcidh. 



S. JOHN XIX. 11—19. 201 

Ver. 11 pai \\^^; Transl. Wherefore, he who delivered Me unto 

thee, greater is his sin than thine. 
12 (joi W^V^n^ Transl. And because of this, Pilate wished to release 

Him. 

— Oai (1oq„ClCD, is the adversary — Gr. avrtXcyet — ]l«-^nnpn^ (1 Tim. i. 

10), noun masc. def. That ivhich is contrary, opposed to. — PI. 

^» -X .. 7 , .0 -X .. 7 

masc. clef. (JLOQ-Qro, Acts xxvi. 9. — PI. fern. _XC)Q.Q£D, contrary 
winds, ch. xxvii. 4. Der. from W '^^ r> m ^ Opposed; Pael quadrilit. 
rtf\\'^r)^ Exclaimed, accused, Ethpa. Vv*^ nAmj Was adverse, 
came in the way. Part, pi, masc. . \«-^oApnVr)^ Acts xvii. 17. 

13. ^^n . «-~i ^\li, on the judgment-seat — hrX tov (Sijfj.aTo<i — Noun from the 

Greek. 

— I^Pj (A<y> ..\ the Pavement of stones — Gr. At^oorpwrov — jZi21_i.3 

(in some eds. jA.a_.»5) noun fem. def. A tesselated pavement. 
Heb. nS^'l, Esth. i. 6.— R. &^n Paved, Song of Sol. iii. 10. 

14. jA^O;-L, the preparation — irapaa-Kf.vrj — Noun fem. def. The evening, 

7 

eve of the Passover. R. *^^Lj Set, of the Sun. 

17. ^.> O » ^, bearing — fSaard^u^v — Part. Peil, with active signification. 

Passively, S. Mark ii. 3. — See note, ch. i. 29. 
Transl. (ver. 16.) And they took Jesus, and led Him away, (17) 
bearing His Cross, into a place, &c. 

— 01 g^ >, O] , His Cross — TOV aravpov avToi? — (g^ . o] (ver. 31, below) 

noun masc. def. of form part. Peil. Lit. that which is raised up. 

7 

R. »<P)Q1, Raised. 

^0. 7 7 

— |/\g^ C)'rO, a skull — Gr. Kpavtou tottov — Noun fem. def. A skuU, head. 

-" 7 7 .. 7 

CTIZa <=^ Of-Q, ^^> on his head, eVt Trjv Ke(f)a\rjv avTov, Rom. xii. 20. 

.1>1>7.1>1>7 

18. (lV> j_K»0 [liliD ,_K», one on this side and another on that side — on 

either side one — Gr. ivTivOev kol ivT€v$€v. 

19. i*^Q_ik, a tablet — Gr. titXov — Noun fem. — PI. def. (masc. form) liiiCl^, 

2 Cor. iii. 3; Hebr. ix. 4. 

Heb. tlrO, Deut. ix. 9. — R. Arab. Shone, was bright, polished. 
Compare Gr. Xcvkos, and Lat. lucere. 
W. C. 26 



202 S. JOHN XIX. 19—24. 

Ver. 19 %CiuL2i, Transl. And it was written thus, This (is) &c. 

20. ^2)>, tablet — Gr. tov ti'tXov — Noun masc. def. A board, written tablet. — 
PI. def. ^2)5, Acts xxvii. 44. 

— *_»cno(^jD, read (aff. pleon.) — aviyvwcrav — See note, cli. i. 23. 

21 .^oAijZ |J , Transl. Write not, that He is the King of the Jews, but 

that He said, &c. 

23. r-K#-^, to each, lit. to one — Gr. cKao-ro). 

— (TLl_»ZaD, His coat — Gr. o x'Tt^v — p_»Zai3 (S. Jude ver. 23), noun 

fern. def. A tunic, closely fitting under garment, properly of linen. 
Compare (jAd, ver. 40, below. The etymology of the two words is 
uncertain.— PI. ^ i I'iZaS, S. Matt. x. 10, &c. — Def. VA^J-JZoO, 
Acts ix. 39.— See Cowper's Gr. § 150 (8). 

Heb. riJh)3 S'liti n^nS > Gen. xxxvii. 3, 23, &c. ; Exod. xxviii. 39. 
N.B. Koi TOV xtTwva, which is wanting in the Syr., is also wanting in 
the Sin. MS. 

— |.^uL_K» (J 5, without seam — appa</)os — Noun masc. def. A thread, seam. 

Some regard it as part. Peil fem. of .^Qjo v^L/a, Sewed. 
Heb. t3lPl, Gen. xiv. 23. 

— jZ^-A-Dl, woven — v</)avTos — Part. Peil fem. def. of ^^1, Wove. Occurs 

here only in the N.T. 
Transl. Now His tunic was without seam from the top, woven all of it. 

24. m . o^m 1 jj^ let us not rend it — jxr] axccrwixev avrov — Fut. 1. pi. with 

aff. fem. of *Dr2D, Tore, cut asunder, divided. — Pael %£),£D, same 
meaning, pi-et. 3. pi. Q_D,rD, Acts xiv. 13; xvi. 22. 

7 ■^ v. -^ 

— .cng^V) »QQ.2U, let us cast lots — Xaxoft-ev — Put. 1. pi. and inf. abs. of 

7 

.mmc^ ȣQa, Brew or cast lots. Occurs in Peal only here in 
the N.T. 
N.B. The above is the reading of the Pai'is and Lond. Polyglotts: 

-^ 7 

the Vienna and other* Eds. read *£Ci2Li, Aph. fut. — But the verb 
in Aph. everywhere else signifies gave permission, suffered: — and 
the analogy of the phrase itself points to »CQ.aJ as the right 
readinff. 



S. JOHN XIX. 24—29. 203 

Ver. 24 ^O_L»0, Transl. And the Scripture was fulfilled, which said, &c. 

— . . •no\^ 3Iy vesture — i^aaricr/xoV fxov — . •n«^\^ def. ( • oo\ (S. 

Matt. vi. 25, 28, &c.), noun masc. Raiment, garment. — PI. def. 
I •no\^ S. Matt. vii. 15, ifec. R. - » ^^ , Put on raiment. 

Heb. ^!)lS, Ps. xxii. 19.— Ohald. ^^inS, Dan. iii. 21; vii. 9. . 

— ]nng^ the lot — Kkrjpov — Noun masc. def. — PI. def. ^OiS), Acts i. 26. — 

R. .mnng^ »CQS , Cast lots. 
Transl. These things the soldiers did. 

28. J>Q^/l»|, was accomplished — TereAeo-rat — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing, of 

I>Q_L», Completed. — Etlipa. Was filled up, perfected, finished. — 
Pret. 3. sing. fern. AkA^f, Rev. xv. 1.— 3. pi. oLQlA^t, 
S. Luke xxii. 37, where see note: — Fern. . . V>\A »] Acts xix. 
21, where the Vienna, in common with some others, reads 
:>a^A^r, Gutbir, aLQS^f._Fut. "iC^Lml, S. Luke ix. 31; 

xxiv. 44.— Fem. ^2LL«Z" (for _l1q2LL»Z\ 2 Tim. iv. 16 Inf. 

nVn^/\«V>\ S. Mark xiii. 4 Part. V^^ ^«vA Rom. xiii. 9. 

—PL fem. ^.v^l^«V^, S. Luke xviii. 31. 

29. p]Sd, a vessel — ctkcuos — Def. of ^|Sd, noun masc. Utensil, article of 

furniture, or dress, S. Matt. ix. 21, &c. — PI. def ]j\k), S. Matt. 
xiii. 48, &c.— Constr. —i-jlSD, S. Mark yH. 4. 

Compare Heb. ^Sjd, Gen. xxxi. 37.— Chald. J^JtD, pl- clef. 
N*JX?2, Dan. v. 23;— Constr. -JJ^t), ver. 2, 4.— 

T- T •• T 

— (Lk», vinegar — 6^ov<; — Noun masc. def, here and parallel passages only. 

Q_£irc(, a sponge — o-7royyov — Noun fem. def from the Greek: occurs 
only here and parallel passages. 

— jj2)01 ^\ii, upon hyssop — va-awirta — Def of s^Q\, noun masc. by 

aphteresis of | from 
Heb. niTX, Ps. li. 9. 

— (Jlioas ^QA, to His mouth — avroC tQ crrofJiaTL bOO^ (S. Matt. 

xviii. 16), noun mcsc. The mouth, and metaphorically, the edge of 



204 S. JOHN XIX. 29-31. 

Ver. 29. the sword, S. Luke xxi. 24— Def. ]k)a^, S. Matt. xii. 34, &c.— 
PI. def. lilJaii, Hebr. xi. 33. 

Heb. n3, Ps. cxli. 7, &c. &c.— Chald. U)^ or QQ, Dan. iv. 28; 
vii. 5 : — Mouth or entrance of the den, ch. vi. 1 8. 

30. _Id5J0, and He bowed — Gr. koI xXtVas — Aphel pret. 3. sing, of ^^5, 

Inclined, declined. Aph. Bent down: — occurring here only in 
the KT. 

31. .oZqjQJ (J, they shall not pass the night — Fut. 3. pi. of Zo^D Ao 

(S. Matt. xxi. 17), Spent the night, lodged, remained. — Fut. L(l,d3. 

Part. L]h, S. Luke xxi. 37. 

Chald. ni!l n!l, L>an. vi. 19. 



■1 ^ 



— ^OT-ic-J, shining — shines, dawns. — Part. fern, of 01-i(l_3, Shone, was 

bright. — Pret, 3. sing, fern, Zoi^^, S. Luke vi. 13, &c Part. 

CTLiilJ, S. Matt, xxviii, 1. 
Heb. njj, Job xviii. 5. 

- T 

— ^;jdAj>, that they might break. — Pael fut. 3. pi. of 'fi:iL, Broke. — 

7 .7 7 .7 

Pa. i^L, the same. Pret. 3. pi. Qi^L, ver. 32, 33, below — 

Fut. ;^2\j Part. -Jl^t^, S. Mark v, 4. 

Heb. Pi. ^3^, Ps. iii. 8. 

•X .. 7 , 

— ^ai.»_Q_», the legs (aff. pleon.) — ra crKekr] — [.Q-*, noun fern. def. The 

leg. PI. (masc. form) _.»_Q_», def. ^Q,^. 

Heb. p)^, Ps. cxlvii. 10.— Chald. p^, pi. with aff. Dan. 
ii. 33. 

— ^A.kkJ, they might take down. Aph. fut. 3. pi. of A-kkJ, Descended. 

» .7 _ 

Aph. A.»oj (Acts xxii. 30), Brought doivn, let doion; — with aff. 
S. Mark XV. 46; S. Luke xxiii. 53. Pret. 3. pi. oA>j], Acts 

xxvii. 30 Fut. Ajs>J or Aji^p. — 2. sing. Aj^jjZ, Acts xxiii. 

20 Part. AjIld, S.*Matt. v. 45; S, Mark xv. 36. 

Heb. Hiph. ri^rUH, inipei-at. Joel iv. 11. — Chald. Aph. Dnj^ 
and ^^^^, Deposited, Ezr. v. 15; vi. 1, 5. 



S. JOHN XIX. 31-38. 205 

Ver. 31. Transl. But the Jeios, because it loas the preparation, said, These 
bodies shall not remain all night tipon the Cross, for the Sabbath 
is daioning ; — -for a high day was the day of that Sabbath; and 
they begged of Pilate that they might break the legs of those 
crucified, and might take them down. 

7 

33 0\.Kt, Transl. They saw that He was dead already, and brake not 

His legs. So the Sin. MS. 

34. rn 1 g^^o in His side — Gr. avrov tt/v TrXeupav — P-2)5, noun fern. The 
side, of a man, or of a building. PI. def. lAi.^5. Occurs in N.T. 
here and ch. xx. 25, only. 

— ]A . nn\o^ with a spear — Xoyxj? — Noun fern. def. from the Gr. word: 

occurs here only. 

35 «^!?5 Transl. That ye also might believe — The Sin. and Alex. 

MSS. read iva koX vfxeL<; TnaTcva-qre. 

36. (Sd^i, a bone — octtovv — Def. of i>0^^i, noun masc. Ph def. P^Vw 

S. Matt, xxiii. 27 ; S. Luke xxiv. 39. 

Heb. D*)5 (i. q. D^fy) only in poetry, Prov. xvii. 22; xxv. 
15.— Chald. b"lil (or Dl-l), pi. with aff. Dan. vi. 25. 

— ;^ZAj |J , shall not be broken — -ov o-vvTpL/SrjcreTaL — Ethpeel fut. 3. sing. 

of ^Z, Broke. Ethpe. ;^ZZ"|, Was broken. 
Transl. A bone shall not be broken in Him. 

37. 0;_OJ, they liave pierced — lie.Kivriqa'av — Pret. 3. pi. of ;-05, Transfixed, 

smote; with aff. Acts xii. 7. Gr. Trara^as. 
Heb. npl, Numb. xxv. 8. 

38. JOOI j ■ 1)^, was hiding, in secrecy — KCKpvfxfx.ivo<i — Pael pai-t. (forming 

imperf tense) of |_ii_^, Lay hidden. Pa. - » » ^ (S. Matt. xxv. 18), 

X 7 

Concealed.— Tvet. 1. sing. A i .a. (^ , with aff. pleon. S. Matt, xxv, 
25.-3. pi. n^ml, Rev. vi. 1^ Put. "U^^J, 2 sing. "U^Z, 

7 7 1 " ^ 

Actsv. 3 Imperat. pi. CLa-4,, Rev. vi. IG Part. fern. ( i ■ {)iO, 

S. Luke i. 24 Part. pass. ■ » « ^ ^^ S. Matt. x. 26, &c. Fern. 

|J>.a..!^!iD, ch. xiii. 44. 



206 S. JOHN XIX. 38—40. 

Ver. 38. Transl. After these things, Joseph, he who teas from Arimathcea, 
begged of Pilate — because he was a disciple of Jesus, and was in 
secresy from fear of the Jews — that he might take away the body 
of Jesus. 

— »CC12J, gave leave — incTpuj/ev — Apliel pret. 3. sing, of -mnng^ .mg^^ 

Cast lots. Aph. Permitted. Fut. »CQ^J, S, Luke viii 32 

■y -y ... « y 

Imperat. »CC123|, S. Matt. viii. 21, &c Part. »cq.£iLd, Acts xxi. 

7 7 

37 Part. pass. »QQ.2iSd, Acts ii. 29. — From this conjugation is 

derived 
j7n 1 rn g^V> noun fern. def. A commission, permission. Acts xxvi. 12. 
The Vienna and some other Eds. read j/o i m g^Vn 

39. ]A4JC1.kj (or "jA^Q-Kj), a mixture of aromatic herbs, for embalming 

a corpse — Gr. ixLyfia — Noun fern, def occurring here only in the 
N.T.— R. 4l^, Heb. tO^M, Embalmed, Gen. 1. 2, 3, 26. 

~ T 

— j5glSd>, of myrrh — cr/tvpvT^s — Noun masc. def. E,. 5}iD, jlD, Was bitter. 

Heb. ^y!2 or ^b, Ps. xlv. 9. 

— - > n\V j aloes — Gr. aXoTjs — Noun occurring here only. 

Heb. ^T]^, only in pi. D^ShX, Numb, xxi v. 6; or niSnX, 

T T ■ T — ; T -; 

Ps. xlv. 9. 

— _a;»^j^, pounds — Xtrpas — PI. of "jf-^X, noun borrowed from the 

Greek. 

•X 7 . ^ ^ ^ . 7 

40. »_»01C12tD, they V)Ound it — 4'Sr/crav avro — Pret. 3. pi. with aff. of yiS^ 

. 7 ■» 

(S. Luke iv. 20), Wound up, rolled up. Pret. 3. sing. fem. AUj^, 

with aff. S. Luke ii. 7 Fut. ^0;^U Part. Peil j^j^ID, ch. xx. 7; 

S. Luke ii. 12. Deriv. 
'\^iD, noun masc. def. A roll. jLouibj U^^^, the roll ofparchmeoits, 
2 Tim. iv. 13. 

— ]jA£r2, in lineu'clothes — o^oviots — PI. def. of pAo (S. Matt, xxvii. 59, 

»kc.), noun masc. Flax, linen. 

— ^t^HQJj, that they should bury — to bury — eVra^ta^civ — Fut. 3. pi. of 

;Ao, Buried— Vrat. 3. i)l. O.-nO, S. Matt. xiv. 12. — Fut. 



S. JOHN XIX. 40—42. XX. 1, 2. 207 

Ver. 40. nn«-.oi 1. sing. jOiH^V, S. Matt. viii. 21 ; S. Luke ix. 59 

Inf. ;«-^nVnV_ with afF. S. Matt. xxvi. 12 Part. jJluD, pi. masc. 

^]sxO, S. Matt. viii. 22; S. Lnke ix. 60. 

? 7 7 7. 

Pael r^HO, Heaped u]). Fut. 2. sing. ;«^o/^ Rom. xii. 20. 
Deriv. |5qlClD, noun masc. def. A hurier. — PI. with aff. Acts 
V. 9. 

Heb. ^^p, Gen. xxiii. 4, &c. 

41. jocn iO_i_CDZ.Z.|, had been laid — hiOr] — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing, (forming 

pluperf tense) of IsOClID J><1CD , Placed. Ethpe. Was set, apjjointed, 

ordained, — Pret. 1. sing. Aklj-CoZZ"), 1 Tim. ii. 7; 2 Tim. i. 11 

Fut. ^ I O^ZAj, S. Mark iv. 21.— 3. pi. ^qIQj^ZAj, Hebr. x. 

13 Inf. nVn f^7AV>\ Eev. xi. 9 Part. ^sQ^HiZAkJ, S. Luke 

X. 8. 

42. Zooi HP*, ivas entering, drawing on — Part. fem. nf v^v ^^j Entered. 

This part, preserves Olaph throughout its inflexions. See note, 
ch. iii. 4, 
Transl. And there laid they Jesus, because the Sabbath was drawing 
on, and because the sepulchre was near. 



CHAPTER XX. 

*~^ » *"> ,-K»«0, on the first day in the week — ttj /xia rQv arajS/^aTuyv — See 
note, ch. v. 9. 

. 7 IV ■n 

2. A^OIJ, she ran— Gr. rpex^i — Pret. 3. sing. fem. of *^aij (ver. 4), Ean; 
with jAo, Followed after, piirsued, Rom. ix. 31. — Pret. 1. siug. 
A^OI), Gal. ii. 2; Phil. ii. 16.— 3. pi. O-^CJIJ, S. Mark vi. 33, 55, 
kc. : — Fem. > (^rn\ (or, as some Eds. read, —^Olj") S. Matt. 

xxviii. 8 Fut. ^cn^J, 1 S. Pet. iii. 11. — 1. pi. Rom. xiv. 19 

Imperat. (anomalous — 01 and 5 transposed, 'and the latter quies- 
cent) ^JOl, 1 Tim. vi. 11; 2 Tim. ii. 22.— PI. O^JCJI, 1 Cor. ix. 

24; xiv. 1, &c Part. »^(T15, S. Mark ix. 25: — Fem. j^OlJ, 

1 Tim. iii. 3; Tit. i. 7 PI. masc. __i^(Jl5, ver. 4, below. 



208 S. JOHN XX. 2-5. 

Ver. 2. Heb. m, p, Gen. xviii. 7; Ps. cxix. 32. 

N.B. In Aramaic, |* is softened into ^ (t^), while the medial ) is 
replaced by the harder consonant 01 (H)- A similar example is 
found in ZcTLO, TFas ashamed, Heb. ^13- 

•X. 7 

— .... «-»C71Q-XQ_» , Transl. 2^/ie?/ have taken away our Lord from that 
sepulchre, and I know not where they have laid Him. 

4. Ol!iD,_0 ^4015, he ran {and) preceded, i.e. he out-ran — irpoiZpafxe — So 

S. Luke xix. 4, the pronoun in both places being pleonastic. — 
^^ (S. Mark i. 35), Pael of ^.lo, Was first, preceded. Though 
apparently alike in signification, Peal is followed by Ili^ of the 
object (see S. Matt, xxi. 31), whereas Pael is followed by the 
Simple accusative (S, Matt. xvii. 25), — Pret. 3. sing. fern. AlOp^, 
she has forestalled, is {come) beforehand, Gr. irpoiXafii, S. Mark 

..7 .. '^ 7 

xiv. 8. — 3. jil. fern. ._j001 «_iu1d,-D, loere early, Gr. yevo'/i-evat 

' y X 7 

opOpiai, S. Luke xxiv. 22 Part. pi. OOCTI . Vn^ nVo came early, 

Gr. U)p6ptt,€, S. Luke xxi. 38 When followed by another verb 

in the same number, person, and gender, JsO,0 (whether in Pe. 
or Pa.), represents the Gr. irpo or Lat. prce in composition, as 

* 7 

in this verse. Other examples in the Gospels are i<10 ^j-D, 
S. Mark i. 35.— L sing. ZilD^AlLyO, S. Matt. xxiv. 25; S. Mark 

xiii. 23; Put. 2. pi. ,023 ^IZ ,alDj_DZ (J, take no thought hefore- 

hand, S. Mark xiii. 11 ; — with many similar in the Acts and 
Epistles. Similarly, part. ]j"j tioV]j1 J>oJ!aSD, I foretell, 2 Cor. 
xiii. 2.^ — PI. .; n W) . Vn^ oVo in honour preferring, Rom. xii. 

X . £> * 7 7 

10 Part. pass. - • ■:'=^ JOOI iO,-QlD, was foreordained, 1 S. Pet. 

i. 20. 

77.. T, _ r7T. 

Ethpaal iO,-DZ.(, Was overtaken, pre-occtipied — Fut. IsOr^Aj, 
Gal. vi. 1; 1 Tim. v. 21. Deriv. 

jZolD^^lD, ncgin fem. def. Anticipation. — Constr. |A2i,^ Z.qSo, O V>, 
the fore-knoioledge. Acts ii. 23; IS. Pet. i. 2. 

Heb. Pi. dp, Ps. Ixviii. 26; with accusat. Ixxxix. 15. 

X.7 

5. *Q»j5J, he looked attentively — Gr. Trapa/cvi/^as (for this meaning of the 



S. JOHN XX. 5—15. 209 

Ver. 5. Gr. word, compai-e S. James i. 25; 1 S. Pet. i. 12). — Aph. pret. 



3. sing, of *O0J *Oj, Attended to, considered, looked into. — Pael 

»Q_i5, the same. Fut, 3. pi. ^OQjyJ, 1 S. Pet. i. 12 A.ph, same 

as Pe. and Pa. — Pret. 3. sing. fern. LCi >?(, ver. 11, below Part. 

pass. *0,1d, accurate, well versed in, Acts xviii. 24. 

— ^ik rJ r-*? ^^^> y^^ {(^8 for) entering he entered not, i.e. he hy no 

means entered — Gr. ov /tevrot (.larrjXdcv — Infin. abs. and pret. 
7. jocn tOL^i^j, was or had been hound — Gr. tjv — Part. Peil (forming 

~ ^ 7 

passive pluperf.) of »DV>>>, Bound, girded on. Also, from the 
idea of being girded and prepared, Went away, departed on a 
journey, S. Matt. xxi. 33; xxv. 14, 15; S. Mark xii. 1; xiii. 34. 

— Fut. *D01_kkJ, 1. sing. *DOl_Kij, Acts xxv. 4 Imperat. pi. 

Q_D01_K., Eph. vi. 14; IS. Pet. i. 13 Deriv. 

].0|-Kj, noun masc. def. A bond, Eph. iv. 3; Col. iii. 14. 

Heb. pTH Was firm, strong, Judg. i. 28. Pi. Strengthened, 
bound on a girdle, Isa. xxii. 21. % 

7.7 

— ^^m\, separately, aside, hy itself — x<^P's — Adverb, compounded of A 

7 

and 'r^^, a side. See ver. 20, below. 
9. \^Ld ^iDj/rom the Scriptures — Gr. rrjv ypa^T^v. 

7 7 

11 ^ »;V>, Transl. But Mary stood at the sepidchre, and wejjt. — The 

Sin. and Alex. MSS. omit llw. 

12. (JO-KK^, in white garments — iv AevKots — PI. def. of jCLkj (S. Matt, 
xxviii. 3), adj. White.— De{. ]icLZ, Rev. i. 14, &c.— Fem. def. 
VZjOjI, S. Matt. V. 36; S. Mark xvi. 5.— PI. ^'^oL, Rev. i. 
14.— PI. fem. def. ]l^aL, Rev. vii. 9, 13. — R. 5q_k», Was 
white. 

Chald. ^Tl, Dan. vii. 9. 

..7 r .1. •^ 

— fcjOTOf£D| ^J^, at His pillows — Gr. Trpo? rrj KCcfiaXy — PI. Avith aff. of 

lyTbl, noun masc. def. A pillow, holster. Occurs here only. — 
R- *lD*j p)laced — permutation of .-» and ( (Castel.) 

- T 
,,7 » ■» X 

15. Zj'^rr) —J 5 h-tCn, hut she supposed — Gr. Ikuvt], BoKovaa. 

w. c. 27 



210 S. JOHN XX. 15—22. 



* r p T 



Ver. 15. OCT! (1 \ .o, that lie was the gardener — Zn 6 Krj7rovp6? icru — 

P_l_^., uouu masc. def. derived from [±^*, def. |Aj_ii, a garden. 

Occurs here only. 
IG |;iD(o, Transl. Aoid saith tioito Him in Hebrew. Tbe word 

'E/Spa'ia-TL is found after avT<2 in the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 
— • « I Nop? , viT/ Master — Fa/^j^owt — So the Vienna Ed. and Tremellius. 

I «» 7 « p 'X 7 

The rest read ._i_3a^5. — po*~)3, noun masc. def. occurring here 

only. 
17. ■ I '~)i DLL P, touch oiot — jxyj oltttov — Ethpaal fut. 2, sing. fern, (for 

imperat.) of *0^.0, Drew near, was near, touched. Ethpa. >'^;.nZ.j 

(S. Matt. xvii. 7), Was brought near, drew (himself) near, was 

offered', of an oblation, Acts xxi. 26; Hebr. ix. 28. — Pret. 3. sing. 

fem. A.OiJdZ'J , S. Luke viii. 44.-3. pi. Q^-fnlX, S. Matt. xxvi. 

50.— 2. pi. ^oAiD^Zt, Hebr. xii. 18, 22.— 1. pi. ^^Z^, Rom. 

V. 2 Fut. s^'-Jiitl, Acts V. 13, &c.:— Fem. J^'-^Ll!^, Hebr. x. 

26; _i.rDS-DZZ", ch. xii. 20.— 3. pi. ^OH^j^dAj, S. Mark iii. 10.— 

2. pi. ,^OS:l^^LL, 2 Cor. vi. 17. — 1. sing. »d;,rDAj, Hebr. iv. 16. 

Imperat. ^O^T^Z], Acts viii. 29 Inf. Q^^joAklX, S. Mark 

ii. 4; S. Luke vi. 19 Part. ^^dAsL, 1 Tim. vi. 3, &c.— Pi. 

masc. . «^; nr\n^ S. Luke xv. 1; — coalescing with ^-J->j, Hebr. 

vii. 19. 
19 _j5 JOOI yO, Transl. But when it was the ev&ning of that first day 

of the week, and the doors were shut, &c. 
20. ai;_^-CD, His side — rrjv TrXcvpdv avrov — 'r^SD, def. |r4^> noun masc. 

The side, extremity/, end. — Used adverbially, as ; /)m \, aside, 

7 t< 

apart, ver. 7, above- j_4CQ„0, back, ch. vi. 06, where see note. — 
_Sd i-^ID, besides, S. Matt. xiv. 21; xv. 38. — Also ^-^.£00, aiid 
the like, and the rest, et coitera. 
Tranyl. This said lie, and shewed them, &lc. 
22. .>-> -<=^ i j He breathed — ei/c^uo-i/crc — Verb Peal pret. occurring only here 
in the N.T. 

Ileb. n3:3, Is«- Hv. 16. 



S. JOHN XX. 23—26. 211 

Ver. 23 ynn*~)^L • ( , Transl. If ye shall have remitted sins to {any) 

many they shall he remitted to him; and if ye shall have retained 
(the sins) of {any) man, they shall he retained. 

24. ]ocn ]j, The subst. verb is pleonastic, or merely strengthens the ex- 

pression. Lit. {As for) Thomas... it was not {the case that) he was 
there with them. 

25. |AX205, the places — Gr. rou tvttov — See note, eh, v. 2. 

— \i\h of the nails — twi' 77X001/ — PI. def. of j» . , noun masc. def. A nail. 

— Occurs here only in the N.T. 

— wj^VO* , my fingers — Gr. toj/ ^(LktuXov [xov — PI. (fern, form) with aff. 

of MS* > <^6f. P^^t (^' Luke xi. 20), noun fem. (though masc. in 
form), A finger, and especially the forefingei', used in dijyping 
into anything. — PL def. (masc. form) j^^t Fem. form def. 
(AJL^t . — R. ^10 ♦, Dipped, tinged. 

Heb. j;3!^i<, Exod. viii. 15; Ps. viii. i; cxliv. 1. With 
vSjII, h^s toes, 2 Sam. xxi. 20.— Chald. J^^^J^ pi. |j;3^J<, Dan. 
V. 5. Toes, ch. ii. 41, pi. def. — and constr. with S^'^^'ni ver. 42. 
Transl. A7id put my fingers into them. 

— Pi .y^jQlO, I extend, thrust — jSaXo) — Aph. part, (forming pres. tense 

subjunct.) of fc4-*.-», not used. Aph. *4-»®! (S- Matt. xxvi. 51), 

Stretched out. Pret. 2, pi. .oA4-»OJ, S. Luke xxii. 53 Imperat. 

^-iof, ver. 27, below Part, (as such) S. Matt. vii. 9, 10. 

Heb. Hiph tD^^il, Esth. iv. 11, &c. 

26. I I 1 V)Z, eight — oktw — Numeral masc. 

— Q_4(tJ^, within — ccroi — Adverb, compounded of _^ and Q_.., noun masc. 

daL |Q-»t, The inner part, midst, with aff. S. Matt, xxiii. 2G. — 
With pref. *^, d^ca, in the midst of, through, S. Mark xi. 16: — 
with aff. S. Luke xix. 44; xxi. 21; xxiv. 32. — Q_ij^_^ _k?, adv. 
within, inwardly, S. Matt. vii. 15; xxiii. 27, 28; — _Ld Q_hlJ^, 
prep, with aff. within you, S. Luke xi. 39; xvii. 21. 

Compare Chald. ^Jl3, XijlS, in the midst of, or simply //?, 



212 S. JOHN XX. 26—31. 

Ver. 26. Dan. iii. 25; iv. 7; vii. 15.— X^JlS, into, ch. iii. 6, 11, 15.— 
t^iil"!^, out of the midst, ch. iii. 26. 

27. «..»-^_nk_2, t«^o My side — eis tj)!/ TrXerpav /xov — -*"> .i , def. V^^^-\\ (ch- 
xxi. 6), TAe sif/e or part of a person or object. — ( . V>, n ^d-t, 
the fore 2Jcirt, and (_»;-Kij [^l^t. ^/te hinder part, of a ship, Acts 

.•7(7 1""^ 7 ■^ ■» 7 « 

xxvii. 41. — PI. def. U^i- — p«-»V^5 f^\l r^' of tlie parti/, sect, 
of the Pharisees, Acts xxiii. 9. 

I>77»PI> 9 , , 

29. . . iA .] ...^ l-*^, 'ioiy that thou hast seen Me — Gr. on ewpaKas /xe — 
©w/za is wanting in the Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. 

— ' \ -(l ^TL^^Cl^, blessed are tJiey — lit. their blessings to those — 
Gr. fiaKapioL, ot — PI. with aff. of %:^Q~^ def. Udq_4 (S- Luke i. 48), 
Good, goodness; ha2J2>iness, blessedness. — PI. __i_OQ-4 > constr. 
- • *~^'^ i, def. [ii)Q_4' — Used in the pi. with affixes, in signification 
as above, and followed (except in the 2nd pers.) bj »1. Ex. 
wiCncidQ-^, blessed is he, S. Matt. xi. 6, &c. — (Tl i ."^O (j, blessed 
is she, S. Luke i. 45; xi. 27; and 1 Cor. vii. 40, where _^ is not 
needed. — *^j..OQ_4, blessed art thou, S. Matt. xvi. 17; S. Luke 

T> 7 «> 

xiv. 14. — ,m . on ^^ blessed are tliey (fern.) S. Matt. xiii. 16, 
&c. — ^ n . «-^o ^ ^ blessed are ye, S. Matt. v. 11, &c. 

Cogn. Heb. ^^JO, Goodness, Ps. xxv. 7, &c. Welfare, Prov. xi. 
10: — and n^itO; f^m. Ps. xvi. 2. — Compare also the use of Heb. 

T 

^*1^t<, Ps. i. 1; Dent xxxiii. 29; Prov. xiv. 21; xxix. 18; Isa. 
xxxii. 20. 

31 ■ I \C7I «^|, Transl. But these also that are loritten {are) tJiat ye 

may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and (that) 
'when ye have believed, ye may have in His Name the life that is 
for ever. 
The Sin. MS. and Codex Bezte read t,iiirjv aiwviov. 



J 



S. JOHN XXI. 3—7. 213 



CHAPTER XXI. 



3. P'QJ 50f I, that I may catch (to catch) fish — Gr. aXteueti' — Fut. 1. sing. 

of jOt 5» , Hunted, snared game, fish; caught by guile, j^^otted 
against. Pret. 3. pi. OJ. , in this verse; S. Luke v. 9. — 2. pi. 

^Z/. , ver. 10, below Fut. 50 ^J, 3. jjI. ^JO^-J, with aff. S. 

Matt. xxii. 15; S. Mark xii. 13 Part. jK, S. Luke v. 10 

I . ..■^ ' ^^ 

Ethpeel ,_».Z.Z.j, Was snared, taken, Rev. xix. 20. — Pret. 3. pi. 
Oj_.^ZZ.1^ 2 Tiin. ii. 26. 

Heb. *l!l^, Gen. xxxvii. 3; Ps. cxl. 12. 

7 7 

— qj3;.£U0, Transl. And they went forth and embarked on the ship. — 

The Sin. and Vat. MSS. omit eu'^i;'?. 

4. ,_» ^1», by the side {hand) of- — on — Gr. et?. 

Compare Heb.T'-7^, Exod. ii. 5. 

5. -fyiv N^ \ ^r^j anything to eat — Gr. t6 Trpocr^dyiov. 

•X.I .D I .r, I 

6. ^OoZ-j-niaO, your net — Gr. to ^Utvov — |,_n^, def. jZ.y_ni^ (in this 

verse) noun fern. A net. — PI. def. jZ.,_»^iiD, S. Matt. iv. 18; S. 
Mark i. 16. — R. jOt j» , Caught. 

Heb. y\'il2 Eccles. vii. 26. ^^^12, Job xix. 6; and fern. 
mi^/D, Eccles. ix. 12; Ml^V/b, Ezek.'xii. 13. 

T ; T ; 

1 » V> i5 (-J^i T-^' ^"^ ^^*^ right side, \\t. from the side which {is) the 
right. Gi\ eis ra S^^lo. fJ-^pt}. 

— ILiClCD ^^) from {for) the midtitude — cxTro tov TrXrjBov; — Noun masc. 

def. Greatness, abundance. R. (-ifr-CD or - » ■« ""i. Increased. 
Transl. And they cast, and were not able to draw the net, for the 
multitude of tlve fishes which it contained. 

7. I » Nci^S, naked — yv/xvos — Def. of - - ^ c: ^ (^- ^'^^^- xxv. 38), adj. 

Naked, bare. — Fem. def. (Aj«_iu4^, bare grain, 1 Cor. xv. 37. — 
PI. masc. • " ^C:^> ^- James ii. 15; — coalescing with ^-3->^) 
1 Cor. iv. 11. Deri v. 
|Z.Q-a._^4p^) Jioun fcm. def. Xakedness, Rom. viii. 35; 2 Cor. xi. 27. 



214 S. JOHN XXI. 7—12. 

Vcr. 7. Transl. A7id the disciple, he whom Jesus loved, said unto Peter, This 
is our Lord. But Simon, when he heard that it was our Lord, 
took his tunic, and girded his loins, {for he was naked) and cast 
himself into the sea, that he inight come to Jesus. The last clause 
is not in the original, but seems to have been supplied by the 
Syr. Translator from S. Matt. xiv. 29. 

8. _-i_Q„»_»o3, far — Gr. fiaKpdv — PI. r»f .n . ...i (S. Matt. xv. 8, &c.), adj. 
Distant, remote, used of place and time. Def. (^_L_Kt9, S. Luke 
XV. 13. — Fern. (.Q.k_K»5j S. Matt. xiv. 24. — PL coalescing with 

7 . Ti .. I 7 

^1 hj, 2 Cor. X. 11. — Def (o i k>3, Ejih. ii. 17. — Form of part. 
Peil from «n>o3, Heb. pni> TV^cis distant. 

Heb. pini, Gen. xxxvii. 18.— Chald. p^pll, Ezr. vi. 6. 

I 7 

— «_A.w|L_£D, veoy. — Adj. Much, abundant, here used as an adverb. See 

note, ch. xvi. 12. 

— ■ ' ^|j cubits — irrjxii^v — PI. of ]^\, noun fern. A cubit. Def. |A!:D(, 

S. Matt. vi. 27; S. Luke xii. 25.— PL of masc. form. 

Heb. nSfc^, Gen. vi. 15:— PL HlDi^, Ezek. xlii. 2.— Chald. 

T ~ — 

pl- p^5<, Dan. iii. 1; Ezr. vL 3. 

X 

— .... -_i,-^iL_3o, Transl. And were dragging that net of fishes. 

■jLOQ-it, coals — Gr. dvOpaKidv — PL def. (masc. form.) of j^iDO-i, def. 

IZSolD-t, A live coal. Occurs (in IST.T.) only here and Pom. xii. 20. 

— POJ, fish — Gr. 6\l/dpLov, as also in the next verse — See note, ch. vi. 9. 

11. I^-DOj, weight — Noun masc. def. A burden. — PL __»yiDa_», Hebr. 

7 1 

xiL 1. — R. t-Q-jj 11 «s Jieavy. 

— Z'u»;-4t I ]j, ions not broken — ovk IcrxtfrBr] — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing. £em. 

of J5», Cut, tore, rent asunder. Ethpa. w^;.^. |, Was torn. Pret. 

3. pi. fern. wj-^^V, S. Matt. xxviL 51. Part. fem. U;^^, 

S. Luke V. C— PL fem. ^v^^, S. Matt. ix. 17: 1 Tim. v. 11. 

1 2. 03 L\j» \ , dine, — more properly, breakfast — dptaTi'jcraTe — Ethpaal imperat. 

pi. of j^, Loosed. — Ethpa. .».5Ajj (S. Mark viL 35), Was loosed, 
was freed from hunger, partook of a meal ( |Z.0^-» , Gr. apLarov, 



S. JOHN XXI. 12—17. 215 

Ver. 12. that tohich breaks a fast.) — Pret. 3. pi. Q_»5A^j, ver. 15, below. __ 
Fut. llZuifcJ, S. Luke xi. 37. 

Cliald. Ithpa. i<'nn£J'5^> Tl'as loosed. Part. pi. masc. Dan. v. 6. 

" T ; 

N.B. Although this verb, as also \LOi-» and Gr. apia-Tov, primarily 
refer to an early meal, yet they are also used of meals taken at a 
later hour, or banquets to which guests are invited. Compare 
S. Matt. xxii. 4; S. Luke xi. 37, 38; xiv. 12. 

• — (OOI o>j;V)V), dared, durst — eroA/xa — Aphel part, (forming imperf. 
~ y ^ ^^ 

tense) of ^*j;iD, Was hold. — Aph. »>j^k3| (S. Matt, xxii, 46, 

&c.). Used boldness; took courage, S. Mark xv. 43. — Pret. 3, pi. 

Q_K»jiDJ, S. Luke .XX. 40 Inf. a,K>tlQSQ_ik, to usurp autJiority, 

17 r 

1 Tim. ii. 12 Part. pi. masc. ,^ . ...;^V>^ coalescing with ^-1-k», 

2 Cor. X. 12. Deriv. 

•. V c 7 .-h[)7 

P^jId, noun masc. def. A bold, presumptuous person. PL def. (-k»V^> 
2 S. Pet. ii. 10:— and A^^^), adv. Boldly, Rom. xv. 15. 

Transl. But none of the disciples durst ask Him who He teas, for 
they knew that He was our Lord. 

13 *^i-0, Transl. Btit Jesus came near, and took bread, and fish, and 

gave to them. 

15. t t \ *..»-L5, feed for Me — Gr. (Soo-kc (so also ver. 17; but in ver. 16, 

TToifiaLve.) Imperat. of p.? Fed or tended cattle, sheep, &c. whence 

Was kind to, cared for, nded. Fut. P»;J, Rev. ii. 27, &c. ; with 

aff. pleon. S. Matt. ii. 6 Imperat. pi. ClLj, 1 S. Pet. v. 2 

Inf. Hr^, S. Luke xv. 15 Part. t£j, S. Luke xvii. 7.— Def. 

Jjl2^3, used as a noun, see note, ch. x. 2. — Fern. ( > V\ S. Matt, 
viii. 30, &c.— PL masc. ^j-L), S. Matt. viii. 33; S. Mark v. 14. 
Heb. ny*1, Gen. xxxvii. 2. 

T T 

17. Aj) i>Qii>j bS\, Thou kno west — cru oTSas — Part, (forming pres. tense) 

~ 7 ~ 

of 'XlD-.t^, Knew, was loise, skilled in: with aff. S. Matt. i. 25. — 

Fut. Ur^^ Part. Peil V^.n >. S. Luke i. 34 Pael )>CinL, 

Made toise. Fut. 3. pi. ^Qina>^, with aff. 2 Tim. iii. 15. 



216 S. JOHN XXI. 17, 18. 

Ver. 17. Heb. QDH, Pi'ov. vi. 6.— Pi. Ps. cxix. 98. 

— T 

— . ./on 1 J/y slieep — to. irpo^aTa fiov (in the foregoing verse rendered 

' ' *^'.'^) — -PI- with aff. of ( I n 1 (Acts viii. 32), noun fern. A sheep, 
especially for sacrifice. — PL def. \LQjOJi. — -E, ^QJ, Slew. — Pa. 
- > (^ V Offered a libation, sacrificed. Ethpaal vj_OJZ.|, part, 
p] jnjAlib, /aw offered, o-rrcVSojaat, Phil. ii. 17; 2 Tim. iv. 6. 

18 .^. ^ <7^ 1 \ Aj|, Transl, Thou for thyself girdedst thy loins. 

— AciflDj ]Sd, when thou art old — otov yr]pda~r}<i — Aphel pret. 2. sing. 

(for ZioIojIj) of »^|a), Was old, grew old. Aph. ,£:3]m"|, Became 
old. s^]^]o or o::)lnDO, Hebr. viii. 13. — The Par. and Lond. 
Polygl. read Peal in both places, viz. AojIDj and CDJrbo. 
Heb. y>ty, 1 Sam. xii. 2. 

— .^n • c^/^ thou shalt stretch forth — iKrevels — Put. 2. sing, of -^ * '^ 

(S. Matt. viii. 3), Extended, expanded. Pret. 1. sing. A t\ m o>,^ 
Eom. x. 21 Put. .^n » CM1 Imperat. .(^n « <7^^ S. Matt. xii. 

I - P X 

13, *kc Part. Peil -5 ' * ^, c^ef. ^ i ■ <=^, stretched out to view, 

ri^/tf, sir)i2)le; used as an adj. Col, iii. 22; Hebr. i, 8. — Fern. 
]{ \ > «^ , S. Matt. vi. 22; S. Luke xi. 34.— PI. masc. def. 
I [\ . » <^ ^ </ie simple, Pom. xvi. 18. 

Heb. tOEi'iB intvans. Spread out to attack, as troops, followed 
by 7j;, 75<, or 3, Job i. 17: 1 Sam. xxvii. 8; 2 Chrou. xxv. 13. 

— ■' \*^n 1) s/ia?^ carry </iee — Gr. oicrEt — Aphel fut. 3. sing, with afF. 

of v^*^ ., Arab. Floiced copiously. Pael ^^£i-», Led. — Ethjiaal 
^\r^Z"j, Was conveyed, once, Acts vii. 45 — Aph. ^\ioj, Led, 
carried, conveyed away, with aff. Rev. xvii. 3.-3. pi. a\r?)0(, 
Acts V. 10; with aff. S. Matt. xxvi. 57, &c — Fut. ^^QJ, Acts 
ix. 21. — 3. pi. AXciQJ, 1 Cor. xvi, 3 — Imperat. ^^o], Acts 

xxiii. 17.— PI, nVAn]' with aff. S. Mark xiv. 44 Part, 

\^Q^, Rom. XV, 31:— Fem, U^qId, S, Matt. vii. 13, 14.— 

. 7 " 

PI. masc. . \ooV)j S, Luke xxiii. 26 From this verb in its 

simplest form is derived 



S. JOHN XXI. 18—25. 217 

Ver, 18. |loQ_i, noua masc. def. That which flows from, posterity, order. 



PL def. tir:)Q_*, S. James iii. 6. 

Heb. Hiph. S^niH, Ps. Ix. 11, &c.— Hoph. '^n^H, Ps. xlv. 
15, 16. and deriv. /^V* -^ stream, Jerem. xvii. 8. Chald. Aph. 
hyn, Ezr. V. U; vi. 5. 

24 QJ01, Transl. This is the disciple which testified of all these things, 

and also wrote them. 

25. ..jOCn —oAidA^, thei/ should be written — ypdcftrjTat — Ethpeel part. pi. 
fern, (forming imperf. subjunct. as the same word masc. gender 
below) of »IdAd, Wrote. — Ethpe. s^LdL], Was written, Rom. xv. 
4. Fern. AtLAoZ]^ cb. iv. 23.-3. pi. Q^IdL]] S. Luke x. 20: 
Fern. . '. *^An/ ] (in some Eds. and doubtless the right reading), 

1 Cor. X. 11 Fut. *aAoAj, S. Luke ii. 1, 3, 5.-3. pi. fem. 

^ALAj, 2 Cor. iii. 1. 

— pj -nrp; y-*], "^ I suppose — Gr. o7/xat. 

Transl. JVot even the world itself, as I sjippose, would he sufficient for 
the books which should be written. 



^J-mQ-.J IZoiO;^ lj«-»r^ ^ I \ y^-Jo] '>c\m 

Finished is tlie Holy Gospel, the Preaching of John 

the Evangelist, which he spoke in Greek at 

Ej)hesus. 



w. c. 



28 



THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO 

S. MATTHEW. 

The Hohj Gospel, the Preaching 
of Matthew the Apostle. 

CHAPTER I. 

Ver. 1. cnZ0r.»._L»5, of the birth, generation (aff. pleon.) — yevicrew^ — 

n, > -^ > ; def. (Z.Opa-_iij, noun fern. Birth, genealogy, descent. — 

o ^ . 

R. , \ ', Gave birth to. 

Compare Heb. n^7iri ^SD? Glen. v. 1. 
2. p- ^OJ, begat — eyiwrjae — Aphel pret. 3. sing, of , \ -, Brought forth. 

«_a^39 _Sd ir^ol, hath begotten us again, 1 S. Pet. i. 3 Pret. 

1. sing. Zr— iO], with afF. 1 Cor. iv. 15 Part. j._LaSD, pi. niasc. 

( XoVn^ engender, give rise to, 2 Tim. ii. 23. 
Heb. Hipli. "l^Sin, Gen. v. 4. 
6. |_i3o|5 OiZAj] ^~0, of (from) the tvife of Uriah — Gr. Ik tj/s tov OvpLov. 

11. (/ o \ u-^; *'* '^*6 cajitivity — Gr. IttL tt/s ix€TOLKicrLa<; — Def. of o\i«, 
noun fem. A carrying aioay captive, exile. R. |l-t, Laid open, 
bare: made a land bare of inhabitants, i.e. emigrated, or ivas 
led into exile, as Heb. n^il» 2 Kings xvii. 23, &c. 



S. MATTHEW I. 11—18. , 219 

Ver. 11. Heb. rilS-l, 2 Kings xxv. 27.— Clialcl. Xn^Sil ^^IS, cidldren of 

T T T •• ; 

the ccqytivity, exiles, Dan. ii. 25; v, 13; Ezr, vi. 16. 

17. |AiDy-», ^Ae generations — at yeveat — PL clef, of pD;_», noun fern, yl 

X>rogeny, race, family, tribe. Def jA«-^; »^ ch. xi. 16, &c. — PI. 

P 7 ^ _ Tl 

■ *^V«; Acts xxvi. 7; S. James i. 1. — R. *^;-*, TFas c?Wec? up. 

T. 7 _ 

Pa. <^;-» , Dried up, drained, hence cultivated the soil, huilt cities. 

■^ . p 7 

Hence also *^-r» def. \^'rJt, noun masc. ^ c?eec?, event, history. 
(O; ■ \ 0T_L50|, he related the event ;—\')Cr[ (Z-Q-kkIdj OXO^, 
</ie history of this calamity. (Bar Hebrseus.) 

Compare Heb. ni^> -4 J?'y desert, Isa. xxxv. 7: — /ieaf of the 

TT 

sun, ch. xlix. 10. 

IT. f. 7 ^.7 ^ ? 7 ^.T 

••mvo^j^ fourteen — Sc/caTeVcrapes — Fern, of •m^o^]^ card, number. 

7 7 ».7 

Another form is ;mv.A«->i{ Acts xxvii. 27, 33. 

•". 7_ ^ .-Ri .».7 

18. (Jlp^ui, the birth (pron. pleon.) — -q yivvr](n<; — t \ ,, def. j ,\ . (ch. iii. 7, 

<5:c.) noun masc. Birth, progeny ; fruit of the vine, ch. xxvi, 29. — 

■«. 7 ■« 

Olr^u* Zlu-O, place of his hirth, i.e. birthday, ch. xiv. 6. — PL 

X- 7 .1. I 

■ I; Nil, with afF. 1 Tim. ii. 15. — R. , \ >^ Bore children. 

Heb. "77^, One born, a child. Gen. xxi. 8. A young man, 
ch. iv. 23, answering to ^^X i^^ the preceding clause. 

— ZoCJI I; 1 /SV), sAe loas espoused — Gr. ixvy]cmv6i.i.(jr]<i — Part. Peil fera. 

(forming imperf. tense) of ;^k3. Espoused. Pret. 1. sing. / ; n Vi ^ 

with aff. 2 Cor. xi. 2 Part. Peil fern. def. TZ^-i-^lD, with aff. 

his espoused wife, S. Luke iL 5. 

Heb. *1^Q, Sold, Ps. xliv. 13. Betrothed a daughter. Gen. 

- T . 

, xxxL 15. 

— ,a£)ZoAjfcJ, they came together — Gr. o-wvcX^eti/ auVous — Ethpaal (or 

Ethpaual— see Cowper's Gr. § 97), fut. 3. pL of s2iL» (not used) 

. 7 

Pael (or Panel) «^Z.Q„», Conwmnicated, consented, was a party to. 

Part. s^LcijtlD, ActsviL 61 (or viii. 1.) Ethpaual ^ZoA^l* 

Was associated toith, joined hintself to. — Prot. 1. .sing. A^_oA j j , 



220 S. MATTHEW I. 18, 19. 

Ver. 18. Acts xxvi. 10.— 3. pi. as2.oL»"f, Rom. xv. 27; Hebr. ii. 14: — 
Fern. ^l2iloL»'\, Phil. iv. 15.— 2. pi. ^oL£iLoL»'{, 2 Cor. ix. 

13, &c Fut. ^2oi^^, Gal. vi. 6.-2. sing. ^2.oL»Z* 1 Tim. 

V. 22.— 1. sing. ^^loLmX> P^iil- iii- 10.— 2. pi. ,a^ZoL»Z" 1 Cor. 
X. 21, &c.— 1. pi. v2)2.o2L«J, Hebr. xii. 10 Inf. a£ilot ■ V)\ , 

1 Tim. vi. 18 Part. ^loZL^, 2 S. Jobn ver. 11.— PI. masc. 

_fc.sZ.oA.aJjD, Acts ii. 42, &c. 

— AjLkIjZl*'), she loas found — evpWrj — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing. fem. of 

vjaJ2.», Found. — Ethpe. »_kk£)AjJ (S. Luke ix. 36, &c.), Was 
found. — Pret. 2. sing. Aj^kdA.*!, S. Luke xix. 17. — 1. sing. 
LLj:^L»\, Rom. X. 20.— 3. pi. a.>^A.»V, Acts i. 10.— 1. pi. 

^-KKDA.»t, Gal. ii. 17 Fut. .^koA.«J, Hebr. iv. 1, &c.:— Fem. 

(without final ^) ^-k^L»£, 2 S. Pet. iii. 10; Rev. xviii. 21.— 
1. sing. wj^Ajp"!" 2 Cor. xii. 20; Phil. iii. 9.-3. pi. .^..^LmJi, 

2 Cor. xi. 12.-2. pi. yO^^Lmf!, 2 S.Pet. iii. 14.— 1. pi. ^>^A.^, 

Acts xxvii. 29; 2 Cor. v. 3 Part. K>^Lmln, 1 Tim. iii. 2, &c.— 

PI. masc. ,_jJLoL»^, 1 Cor. xv. 15.— PI. fem. ^^^^^Lmln, 
Phil. i. 19. 

Chald. Ithpe. r\^Wn, Dan. ii. 35, «tc.— Ezr. vi. 2. 

— 1 1 5*^j with child — Gr. iv yacrrpt €)(ovcra — Fera. of (}*~^) Pregnant, 

a verbal noun used in place of the regular part, of ^n, Aj_4^, 

Conceived. Fut. . > \ \^L, ver. 23, below Part. f. jl.^^, S. 

James i. 15 Def. of the verbal noun, jAj-^^O, or, according to 

Castel, jAj_4^, 1 Thess. v. 3. The Vienna and some othei-s read 
lAj^is.— PI. ^^, S. Luke xxi. 23.— Def. l^^i^i, S. Matt, 
xxiv. 19; S. Mark xiii. 17, 

■K 7 7 

19. CJi_i_CD;_£U>, to {that he shoidd) disgrace her, make her a public ex- 
ample — avTiJv TTopaSeiy/xaTwrat — Pael quadrilit. (or Pali — see Cow- 

7 

per's Gr. § 97) fut. 3. sing, with aff. of »CD^, Spread out. — Pali, 



S. MATTHEW I. 19—23. 221 

Ver. 19. _»_CDp2), {Col.ii. 15), Laid bare, put to shame Ethpali «_i_CD;_2)Z.|, 

Was disgraced. Part. fem. (Lro^aA!^, Acts xix, 27. 

— A . I . « ^Vn^ 2)rivily — Xddpa — Adverb, pointed also A .} . » j^^, and 

" /L»ii.^.4^, Acts xvi. 37. E. ]L j, Lay hid. 
Transl. But Jose2)h...was a just man, and was not willing .. .and was 
minded, &c. 

20. (^ \ '■'■*^, *^ ct dream — Kar uvap — Def. of I>QA>j, noun masc. A 

dream. — PI. def. (ioXiJ, Acts ii. 17. — R. isQ-L^j, Dreamed. 

Heb. DiSn, Gen. xx. 3, &c.— Chald. thvi, def. X/bSn, 
Dan. ii. 4, &c. 

21. . >mn ' »■>- 1^ He shall save (aff. pleon.) — crojcrci — Aph. fut. 3. sing. — 

See note, S. John v. 21. 

V 

22. , ' ^, by the hand of, by — Gr. Bid. 

Transl. li^oio all this that loas done (was) that that which (j iO,lD) was 
spoken... viight be fulfilled. 

23. (A-^oAni, the Virgin — -q irapBivo^ — Def. of jJoAo, noun fem. A virgin, 



lit. one kept separate, apart from men. — PI. def. (masc. form, as 
referring to men) Rev. xiv. 4. — PI. fem. —XoAii, S. Matt. xxv. 
1.— Def. "jAXoA£), ver. 7, 11.— R. ^AlD, Arab. Separated. 
Heb. ri/'inSj Gen. xxiv. 16. 

T 

N.B. The def. state hei'e accurately represents the Gr. Article; the 
passage being correctly quoted from the LXX., who have as 
correctly rendered the Heb. n^^VHi Isa. vii. 14. So also the 
Versions of Aquila, Theodotion, and Symmachus. 

— « » 1 5*^^> shall be with child — Gr. Iv yaa-rpl c^ct — See note, ver. 18, 

above. 

— i<Lyii 5 Z.Z\!iD, is iiiterpreted — iMeOep/xrjvtvoixevov — Ethpaal part, of isOL-tiZ, 

Ex2J0unded, declared, translated into a foreign tongue. Quadri- 
lateral, and like all others of this class, of Pael form. — Deriv. 
piXyiJcZ, Interpretation, with aff. pleon. Acts i. 19. 
Heb. 05*1)^, part. pass. Ezr. iv. 7. 



222 S. MATTHEW I. 23, 25. II. 1—8. 

Ver. 23. .cn_:^ . ^r>v, loith tcs (is) our God — Gr. fieO 77/xcuv o ©eo?. 

"i ° ^ • 

25. > H^A) ^tntil — cws ov — Sec note, S. John ii. 7. 

— I •fOQ.a , first-horn — rovirponoTOKov — Noun masc. def. — PI. def. ("^dS, 

Hebr. xi. 28; xii. 23. — R. \'^'~), Ai-ab. Was first, early, rose early. 
Heb. *)i55, Gen. xlix. 3. 

— L\^, she called — cKuXccre. 



CHAPTER IT. 

1. (jrO II -V>> the Maji, Wise Men — /xayot — Noun pi. def. applied only to 
the Eastern Magi. The word /xayos, used of a sorcerer, is rendered 
f_K», Acts xiii. 6, 8. 

— ^K»JrLD ^^, from the East — a7ro avaToX^v — Def. of ._K>.J,iiD noun 

masc. The Eastern quarter. R. .-kkJJ, Rose, as the sun, stars <fcc. 

7 .7 
— Aph. w>,kJ5|. 

Heb. rni;^, Ps. ciii. 12. 
2 nn . j^ Transl. Where is the King of the Jeios, loho is horn ? 

•^ 7 7 7 » p 7 

— rrr^nnn^ His star — avrov toV da-ripa- — s^Z:QS:, def. (oOOrD (ver. 7, 

9, 10), noun masc. A star, cluster of stars, constellation. — PI. def. 

^ -« ..7 

p^IiDars, ch. xxiv. 29, &c. 

Heb. iii^, Ps. viii. 4; Gen. xxxvii. 9. 

6. w_»Aj001 ]J, loast not — Gr. ovSa/Aws ei. 

— ._»cnQ_»_L;_3, shall ride, lit. shall feed — TroLixavet — See note, S. John 

xxi. 15. 

7 — ^r-*^) Transl. Then Herod privily called the Mac/i, and learned 

from them in what time the star appeared to them. 
8. amQ^, search — i^eTaaare — Pael imperat. pi. of »nGS, Trod, followed 

-^ 7 

in the footsteps. Pa. -•^'^''^ (ver. IG, below) Enquired carefully, 
investigated. Pret. 1. sing. A^lQi», with aff. S. Luke xxiii. 14. — 

3. pi. arnAI, 1 S. Pet. i. 10 Fut. >nnM, 3. pi. <nnn\j. 



S. MATTHEW II. 8—16. 223 

Ver, 8. S. Luke xxii. 23 Part. pi. ^^nnsk), Acts xvii. 27 Ethpa. 

part. .'^nv AVn [i,u7isearchable,'Ei)h.ni.8. — Pl.fem. —IHCLLAId \}, 
Rom. xi. 33. — Derived noun, 
pDJDCLL, Question, investigation, 1 Cor. x. 25, 27. 

Heb, ipV, Sujyplanted, Gen. xxvii. 36. — Pi. DpV iZeW 6ac^, 
Job xxxvii. 4. 

— AjI^j-Q-k*, diliyently — aKpijiOts — Adverb derived from ^^-SLk* (not 

used) — see note, S. Mark xv. 11. 

9. Pl»1 ■ Vn V\v\j over {the 2}lace) where — eVavw ov — See note, S. John 

iii. 31. 

10. *^^^h exceeding — cr</)o8pa — So ver. 16, Gr. Xtav. See note, S. John i. 46. 

11. ^cn AID-jl-CD , their treasures — tous drja-avpov; avTwv — PI. def. with aflT. 

of |V) . m (def, (AV) »„rt) ch, xiii. 44, &c.), noun fern, properly, A 
de2)osit; — of form part. Peil from isOOTD IxiCO, Deposited. — Constr. 

• or.. .71 

( ' ^ *^ AVn . m , the p>osition, i. e. adoption of sons, Gr. vlo6i.(jia, 
Rom. viii. 15, 23, &c.— PI. def. "j^ASlil^, ch. vi. 19, 20, below. 

.0 7 

— (^01 J, gold — xP^^o" — Noun masc. def, 

Heb. inr, Ps. xix. 'll.— Chald. ^m^, Dan. ii. 32. Def. 
^^ln^, ver." 35, &c. 

T -; — 

— \LlO.Cll\, frankincense — Xt)Sai/ov— Def. of pCLCl-^, noun fern. 

Heb. niU?, Isa. Ix. 6. From n^, White; the purest 

T : I T T 

frankincense being white, or pale yellow. 
12 «-i|..kjZ(o, Transl. And it was revealed to them in a dream, that... 

and by another way they dejKirted to their country. 
13 001 r-iA^, For Herod intends to seek, will seek — Gr, /xe'AXet yap, 

K, T. X. — See note, S. John iii. 14. 
16. Kyj\^L\, he was mocked — iveiraLxOr] — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing, of «>oV^ 

77 77-» 

(not used). Pa. o^V^, Deluded, derided. — Ethpa. part. o^I^ALd, 
1 Cor. vii. 36; Gal. vi, 7. 

— Z\!:n>jZ|, he icas wroth — lOvfjuuQ-q — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing, of Ak2j.j, 

^ 7 7 1* 

Was angry. — Ethpa. part. ALq^jAIsD, S. Luke xiii. 14. — PL 
^AklLAsi, ch. xi. 53; Acts iv. 2. 



224. S. MATTHEW II. IG— 22. 

Ver. 16. ^^4^' «^'^"^ — avttXc — Pad pret, 3. sing, of '^l^, Slew. Pa. 

Murdered, viassacred. — Pret. 3. pi. OA-^uD, ch, xxii. 6, &c 

Flit. ^\4^2J, 3. pi. ^oIl^rL], Acts xxvii. 42 Imperat. pi. 

a\|aD, S. Luke xix. 27. 

Chald. Pa. ^t2p, Dan. ii. 14; iii. 22. 

— r n . Kn n %.J.j the coasts thereof- — rots opt'ots avTiys — PI. with aff. fern, of 

^a>jZ, noun masc. A limit, boundary. Def. ]1Jdq_k»Z, ch. iv. 13. 
—PL def. tjDoJ^Z, ch. XV. 22. R. :>CLK.i, Pa. :>ali2., Limited, 
set bounds to. 
18. ] ' •^*~^ j tveeping — KXav^/Ao's — Noun masc. def. — R. ]ilO, Wept. 
Heb. ^^3, Gen. xlv. 2; Jerem. xxxi, 15. 

N.B. This passage is quoted (with altered construction) from the 
LXX., who accurately render the Hebrew, Jei\ xxxi. 15. — But 
the Vulgate has only 2^^oratus et uhdatus midtus ; and the 
Sinaitic and Yat. MSS. omit 6p^vo<i KaC. 

— ] , 'x\ ^ moiLrning — oSv/j/aos — Noun masc. def. occurring here only. — 

R. p], Lamented. 

n ] . oA^nV , to be comforted — TrapaKK-qOrjvai — -Ethpaal inf. of ( i *^. 

Pa. ( > Oj Consoled. — Ethpa. [j.r:)Z.|, Received comfort. — Pret. 3. 
pi. n ( . o /j^ Acts XV. 31; and O-ifj-oZ.!, ch. xxvii. 36. — 1. pi. 

Alilf, 1 Thess. iii. 7 Put. "[1^^, 1 Cor. xiv. 31.— 3. pi. 

^V»-^Aj, S. Matt. V. 4.-2. pi. ^oU^ZZ", 2 Cor. i. 6.-1. pi. 
lliAj, Rom. i. 12 Imperat. pi. oIj-IdZ]" 2 Cor. xiii. 11 — 

. I 7 -Ji 7 

Part. pi. masc. .( > '-^AVn 2 Cor. vii. 13; coalescing with ,_JLk», 

ch. i. 4, 6. 
20. .OCTlX n A » V) , they are dead — rtBin^Kaai — ^Ot!^, pleonastic: — see 

Cowper's^Gr. § 198 (6). 
22. ]''^V^n "looi, loas king — Gr. fiaa-iXevei. 
.... ,^|IjZ]o, Transl. And it was revealed to him in a dream that he 

shoxdd go to the region of Galilee. Compare ver. 1 2, above. 



S. MATTHEW III. 1—4. 22; 



CHAPTER III. 



.On? 

Vcr. 1. |i ,V)W) ^ the Bajitist — 6 ^aTrrto-TTfs — -Noun masc. def. foraied 
from ,V)VV>^ Aph. part, of ,^v^ Was loashed, baptized. 

— 1 001 ];'^V>n^ and he preached — Gr. Kr]pvacro)v — Aphel. pai't. (forming 
imperf, tense) of ]^, Proclaimed. Aph. y,Zi\, in the Title to 
S. John's Gospel; Acts iii. 18, &c. — Pret. 1. sing. Zl;Jo"j, Acts 
XX. 25, &c.— 3. pi. 0}lzi]\ S. Mark xvi. 20.— 1. pi. Oj^]', 2 Cor. 

XL 4 Fut. 1^, S. Matt. xii. 18, &c. — 1. sing. }-^o], S. Mark i. 

38, — 3. pi. ^Ol^nJ, ch. iii. 14. — 1. pi. l^^U, Acts x. 42 Imperat. 

}Id(, 2 Tim. iv. 2.— PI. 0]lo]\ S. Matt. x. 7, 27: S. Mark xvi. 
15.^Inf. Oli!nki\, S. Matt. iv. 17, &c Part. pi. ^^]i^, 

7 

S. Mark vii. 36: — coalescing with ^-J-»o, Rom. x. 8, etc. Deri v. 

.PO 7 

{ i^.nV) noun masc. def. A I'^t'^ncher, Rom. x. 14. 
Chald. Aph. pret. 3. pi. iinpH, Dan. v. 29. 

2. dOoZ, repent ye — /Aeravoetre — Imperat. pi. of *C:>oL, *^L, Returned, 

loas converted, was j^^nitent. Pret. 3. pi. d^L, ch. xi. 20, 21, 

&c Fut. »1DoAj, Acts xvii. 30:— Fem. s^oLL, Rev. ii. 21. — 

2. sing. ^oZZ, ver. 5.-3. pi. ^orijoZu, S. Mark vi. 12.-2. pi. 

^Q.^oZZ, S. Luke xiii. 3, 5 Imperat. s^oL, Acts viii. 22 

Part. »r:i]X S. Luke xv. 7, 10, *fcc.— PI. ^ju^i^Z", ch. xvi. 30. 
Heb. "y^^, Ps. xxii. 28.— Chald. ^IH, Dan. iv. 31. 33. 

3. - tmnX . «-^ « \ JJis paths (_ik of the object) — ras Tpt/3ous avrov — PI. 

with aff. of VV.^« , def. ]1 . '^ « (Gal. vi. 16; Phil. iii. IG. Gr. 
Kavwv), noun masc. A way, rule. PI. def. ]' > '^ »j S. Luke iiL 
4.— R. VV*^*, Pa'. VV*^* (Cogn. ^"\£ll), Conducted. 
Heb. S^nt^', Ps. Ixxvii. 20. 

• T 

1. ♦, ... 

4 ^5 001, Transl. No70 he, John (the satnr John) hit< raiment 

vxis, «tc. 
w. c. 29 



226 S. MATTHEW III. 4, 5. 

Ver. 4. )JV).i>, of camels — Gr. KaixrjXov — PI. def. of ^^iQ-i, clef, jl^.i, 
ch. xix. 24, &c. 

Heb. 7/!2il, Gen. xxiv. 10, &c. 

T T 

— I ^jo iSD I , a girdle of the loins — Gr. t,o)vr]v — jTD ( , noun masc. A cincture, 

anything that confines. Def. |i.IC(, the string of his tongue, Gr. 
o Secr/Ao?, S. Mark vii. 35. — E.. ;J2D | , Bound. 
For l^jvj, see note, S. John xiii. 4. 

— (ha^J, of skin, leathern — Gr. SepfxaTcv-qv — Noun inasc. def. The skin, 

as being stretched over the body. — PI. def. (n ■ V), Hebr. xi. 37. 
— R. " ^^, Heb. Extended. 

— l^klO, locusts — (XKjOtSes — PI. def. of JiQ.O, def. LV)0, A locust. — 

R. (according to some) Heb, T^Dp, Gathered in haudfuls, collected. 
But probably of Persian origin. 
^.•.O), honey — /xeXt — Def. of - » *"^^^ noun masc. 
Heb. 2J^'n"l, Ps. xix. 11. 

.07 7 

— Ir^?) of the desert — Gr. aypiov — Def. of i^, noun masc. The outside, 

with aff. pleon. ch. xxiii. 25; S. Luke xi. 39. — Def Afield, desert, 
uncidtivated ground. — Used also (1) as a preposition, Outside, as 
\'i-\A r^?, those (wJio dwelt) outside houses, i. e. lunatics, S. Matt. 

iv. 24. — (2) with pref. ^, as an adverb, j*^ \, Out, to the outside, 
ch. xiii. 48; xxvi. 75; S. John vi. 37. Out, on the outside, S. 
Matt. xxvi. G9; S. Lvike xi. 40. — (3) As a compound preposition, 
^ ^X, Except, S. Matt. v. 32 : OiU of, ch. xxi. 17.— (4) As a 

7 . f 

compound adverb, ;*^ \ „Vd, Outwardly, ch. xxiii. 27, 28. 

Heb. *)3, once, Job xxxix. 4. They grow up in the field. 
Auth. Vers, ivith corn. — Chald. ^^i, def 5<13, Dan. ii. 38; iv. 
18, 22, 29. • "' 

7 5 7 7 P 

5. «_t9,_Kj9, that (is) round about — Gr. 77 Trept^wpos — ^^9,-^, adv. of the 
form of a noun masc. pi, constr. Around, near. With affixes, 

7 _ ... • Ti" 

•_i(JI09pKt, around Him, S. Mark iii. 32: — CTLtii-Kj, fera. around 



S. MATTHEW III. 5—11. 227 

Ver. 5. it, sc. the fire, S. Luke xxii. 55: — —uir-^, around us, S. Mark vi. 
36; S. Luke ix. 12. — R, y^Kt, Surrounded. 

Compare Hob. |Dn"^,1*in) ^^^^ chambers of the South, Job 

ix. 9. Also jiS^f Ti^y, the sides of the North, Ps. xlviii. 3. 
I T •■ : ;- 

>OTJ _J55Q.j.£i, in the river Jordan — kv T<p 'lopSdvrj Trorafxw, Sin. and 

Vat. MSS. 

7. Pr^l?, of vi^jers — ^x'-h^^ — ^^- ^^f. of Ppl^l (Acts xxviii. 3, 5) noun 

com. gender. Tlie words in construction with it in the verses 
cited are feminine. 

8. |Z.Q.^-iA_^, for repentance — Gr. ttJs /Aeravoias — Def. of ClCuZ., noun 

fern. A returning, penitence, conversion — R. %iI^0L *^L, Returned. 

9 |Jo, a')id think not and {nor) say — Gr. koI fx-rj Bo^rjre \iytiv. Future 

used for imperative. 

.00 

10. kifJ; the axe — 77 dt'tvy] — Noun masc. def. occurring here and S. Luke 

iii. 9, only. 
•,Ci\, the root — rrjv pi^av — Noun masc. def. — PI. __i"^£lL, def. 1v^-^, 
with aff. Col. ii. 7. — R. i^^. Booted up. 
Chald. 'Ip);, Dan. iv. 12, 20. 

— |1 \ t|?, of the trees — nZv SeVSpwv — PJ. def. of ] ^ \ -] (in this verse) 

noun masc. — PI. _juJl2L»"|, S. Jude ver. 12. 

Heb. jipX) Gen. xxxv. 8: and fOi^, ch. xii. 6, An oak. 

— «nm<^i\l0, is hewn down — iKKOTmrai — Ethpeel part, of .nmc^ Cut 

off. — Ethpe. »nm<^Z| (Acts xxvii. 20), Was cut off or down. — 
Pret. 3. pi. fem. ^J^om^iZ]'', Rev. xx. 4. 

11. — I CO K> (followed by ,-Id), mightier — tcrxvpoTcpos — Adj. Strong, 

.0 X 7 

poioerfid, violent. — Def. p > m ... ch. xii. 29, &c. — PI. masc. 

I.. T7 _ 7 .«.. T7 

^- i T » m Kj, coalescing with ^J-k», 1 Cor. x. 22. — Def. P-»_CD_k», 

2 Cor. i. 10.— PI. fem. 1 Vrnl. ch. x. 10.— Of form part. Peil 

7 
of ■ m »> , Was jjowerful. 

Heb. ppn, Ps. Ixxxix. 9. 



228 S. MATTHEW III. 11—14. 

Ver. 11. all.QjtLCLl, to hear — (Saa-TacraL — Aphel inf. of \^n m, Bore, 
carried. — Apli. ^\n^ j , Bore axvay. 

12. ( » g^\ the fan — to ttt!)ov — Noun masc. def. Occurring only here and 
S. Luke iii. 17. 
Transl. He (it is) in Whose hand (is) the fan. 

» 7. T 

— Pr^j He will 2Jurge — SiaKaOapul — Pael part, used for future. See 

note, S. John xi. 55. 

— t^aiO))!, His floors — Gr. rrjv aXwi/a avTov — PI. with aff. of 55 j, def. 

^55], noun masc. A threshing-floor. Occurs Only here and S. Luke 
iii. 17. 

Chald. -nj^, Dan. ii. 35. 

— «_»O10> 1 0|J , into His garners — Gr. cts rrjv aTroOiJKrjv — PI. with aff. 

of 5 ♦of, def. |5»o|, noun masc. A treasure-house, store-house, 

)»o(, cb. vi. 26. 
Heb. '^^^^5<, Deut. xxviii. 12. K ^'^^, Stored tip. 

T - T 

— P-OZ., the chaff — to a)(ypov — Noun masc. def. Occurs only here and 

S. Luke iii. 17. 

Heb. V2T\, straw, Gen. xxiv. 25. 



— j^Qlb, burning — He tvill hum %ip — Ka.raKo.vaei — Aphel part, (for fut.) 

HI ■"1'' 

of f^ 'j Burned. Aph. ,£30 ( (ch. xxii. 7), Caused to hum, set on 
fire. — Pret. 3. pi. Oj-Do"j, Acts xix. 19 — Fut. yjOQJ, S. Luke 
iii. 17._Part. fern. j,_OQlD, S. James iii. 5. 

— H^? H?> that (is) not quenched — unquenchable — daftia-Tto — Part. fern. 

of yiikj, Was extinguished. — Pret. 3. pi. n.nS5, ch. xxv. 8.__Part. 

Heb. ^T^r], Prov. xiii. 9. 

14. ]ocJl |llD, forbade — StcKwXvcv — Part, (forming iraperf. tense) of |1d 
(Acts xxvi. 43), Hindered, detained, restrained. — Pret. 3. sing, 
fern. 'dSo, Acts xvi. G. — 3. pi. oSs, cL xiv. 17. — 2. pi. 



S. MATTHEW III. 14—17. 229 

Ver. U. ^Aj^D, S. Luke xi. 52.— 1. pi. ^»'^^, with aff. S. Mark 

ix. 38; S. Luke ix. 49 Fut. UnJ, 2. sing. U^Z, S. Luke vi. 29, 

with aff. S. Matt. v. 42. — 1. "sing. U^f, Acts' xi. 17. — 2. pi. 

^oXidZ, S. Matt. xix. 14, ic Part. pi. masc. _j.AD, 1 Thess. 

ii. 16; 1 Tim. iv. 3. 

Ethpeel - . ^"^Mj ^"** restrained, prevented. Pret, 1. sing. 
Lj S\^ I^, Rom. i. 13. 
Deriv. —jJlD, noun masc. An obstacle, Acts xxviii. 31. 

]Ajl^O, noun fem. def. the same, Acts viii. 36. Derived 
from the Peal part. 

Heb. sSjD, Ps. xl. 10, 12. 

T T 

— ,V>v/ ( .... 5 , that I should be — to be — baptized — Gr. ftaTrTicrdrjval — 

Ethpeel fut. 1. sing, of ,V?S, Was baptized. — Ethpe. .^v^") 
(S. Mark i. 9), same meaning. Pret. 3. pi. 0,klliZ(, S. Luke 
vii. 30. 

15. j|j, it becometh — TrpeVov iaTLv — Part, of j|j, ■vhich is used only in 

this form, Was seemly, proper. Eollowed by A of the dative. — 
PI. fem. — lj(j, beautifid, of the feet, Rom, x. 15. 
Deriv. |Zq_»]_», noun fem. def. Beauty, glory, 1 S. Pet. i. 24. 

Heb. nX*) once impersonally, pret. 3. fem. (in pause) 
nJlX^ T7, Jerem. x. 7. 

T ATT I : 

— jZojp, righteousness — ^iKatocrvv-qv — Def. of Qjp (Rom. iv. 5, 9, itc), 

noun fem. Justice, rectitude, equity; justification, Rom. v. 16. — 
Derived from — jP, just. 

16. ovjAsdZ], was opened (singular, ] > ^ • being without Ribui) — Gr. 

av€(oxOr](Tav — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing, of *>jA£3, Opened. — Ethpe. 

pret. 3. pi. a>j^Z"|" Rev. xx. 12 Fut. o^XejAj, S. Matt. 

vii. 7; S. Luke xi. 9: — Fem. ukjAsZZ, Rom. i. 10,__Imperat. 
osjA^Z], S. Matt. vii. 34 (Castel and others refer this to Ethpa.). 
Part. oo2\£5Ak3, S. Matt. vii. 8; S. Luke xi. 10. 

17. f*^ I *~)>^, the beloved — o aymrr}r6<; — Def of vCi-».m.K», adj. Loved, 



230 S. MATTHEW, III. 17. IV. 1, 2. 



Ver. 17. beloved. — Fern. def. "jAjQ-iJlljo, Rev. xx. 9. — PI. masc. 
J^^L, Pvom. xi. 28.— Def. ]A"*^'>, Phil. iv. 1. — Of 



X ? 

y 

form ]iart. Peil of «^iOja, '*~^ »■', Loved dearly. 



^ * "^ (j V > ^ ""* ^^^^ pleased — £i;8oKr;o-a — Ethpeel pret. 1. sing, of 
^0» , Wished, desired. Ethpe. - » *^ ^ t L ^^^ weU pleased, 1 Cor. 
X. 5.— Pret. 3. pi. a-i_Cl^.f, 2 Thess. ii. 12.— The pret. here 
represents the Gr. aorist, the force of which is, In Whom My 
counsel and j^urpose, from eternity and for all eternity, is accom- 
plished. 



CHAPTER IV. 

1. ^n^jZ,], loas led ttp — avrjxOr] — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing, of ;.^>, Led. — 

Ethpe, Was conducted, conducted A«nse{/!__Fut. {.^jAj, ch. xxiv. 
10; S. Luke xvii. 3-4, 36: — Fern. ^^^jZ./., ver. 35. — Imperat. pi. 
0'r^]L]] 1 S. Pet. i. 17 Part, jii?/^, S. Luke viii, 29.— Fern. 

1^D5Ak5, S. Matt. xxiv. 41. 

— |nuAj5, that He might he {to he) tempted — irnpacrOrjvat — Ethpaal fut. 

3. sing, of ]<y V Pa. wa-TOJ, Tempted. Ethpa. . > m iZ] , Was 

tempted, Hebr. ii. 18.— Fut. 2. pi. ^CniZZ" Rev. ii. 10 Part. 

IlIljAk), S. Marki. 13. 

2. 1>0»0, and lie fasted — Gr. koX vr/orewas — Pret. 3. sing, of iO0» i*Of , 

Fasted. Pret. 3. pi. Q^v Acts xiii. 3 Fut. i>O0^, 3. pi. 

^Vn n^jj S. Matt. ix. 15, &c Inf. laO.V^N, same verse — Part. 

iO^f , ch. vi. 17, 18, (tc. — PI. -^ 'T , ch. vi. 16, ic. : — coalescing 

* 7 

with ^ '^', ch. ix. 14. 

Heb. D!l^f , Judg. xx. 26. 

— A_i;_Kj|, afterward — va-Tcpov — Constr. of «_j;..Kt(, def. |..t;..Ki|, The last; 

used as an adverb. So ch. xxvL 60; S. Mark iv. 28; xvi. 4. — 
See note, S. John vi. 39. 



S. MATTHEW IV. 3—17. 231 

Ver. 3. (m i Vi> OCJI, he that tempts, the Tempter — 6 Trcipa^wv — See note, 
S. John vi. 6. 
Transl. And the Tempter ajrproached and said unto Him. 

4. (001 p, Lit. it is not — Gr. ovk — So Acts xix. 26. 

5. [SIID, the pinnacle — to TrrepvyLov (see Bp. Middleton, Gr. Art.) — Def. 

of >g^1 n, noun fern. A wing; — the extremity of anything, hem of 
a garment, eh. xiv. 36; S. Mai'k vi. 56; S. Luke viii. 44 : — Creek 
or hay, Acts xxvii. 39. 

Heb. &i5> Wing, Ps. xvii. 8: — Skirt of a mantle, 1 Sam, 
XV. 21 ; — ■Battleme)Lt, Dan ix. 27. 
G. \^JdLl jJj, lest Thoxij dash — /AT/Vore TrpocrK6il/rj<; — Fut. 2. sing, of ^^^Z, 
Suspended weights, loeighed. 

Heb. ^^^, Gen. xxiii. 16.— Chald. hpP\, Dan. v. 25, 27. 

But throughout the N.T. this verb signifies Struck against 
Ethpe. Was offended, stumbled. 

Cogn. (by change and metathesis of letters) Heb. 7^^, Ps. 
xxvii. 2. 

7 ■» 

15. •-.CTIOf^iili, beyond (pron. jjleon.) — Gr. -rrepav — Lit. the crossing over 

of Jordan, i.e. the region beyond, reached on crossing. So ch. 
xii. 42. — See note, S. John i. 28. 

1 6. (1X4^ , in the shadows — Gr. (jklo. — PI. def. of |1^-^ , noun masc. def. 

Shade. With aff. S. Mark iv. 32. P. ^, Pa. ^, Over- 
shadowed. 

Heb. S?^, Song of Sol. ii. 17:— and '^i^, Ps. xvii. 8. 

7 

— »>~»J?, is sprung up — aveVetAci/— Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. Arose, of the 

sun, moon, light, light of the Gospel, — of Christ, Hebr. vii. 14 

Put. ^^, 2 Cor. iv. 4, 6; 2 S. Pot. i. 19 Part. v>^j, S. James 

i. 11. — Fem. (used of a cloud) |>>>JJ, S. Luke xii. 54. 

Heb. rni, Gen. xxxii. 32: — the Syr. changing 1 into >, and *) 
into . . 

17. ^piOl ^'!iD,/rom then, from that time —a-jro Tore. 



232 S. MATTHEW IV. 18-24. 

.» !• r f V .coy 

Ver. 18. y^*, fishers — aXtcis — PI. def. of yj», def. |j-»») iioun masc. A 
hunter, fisherman. — R. 50* >♦ , Ensnared. 
Heb, *T*^, ^ hunter, Jer. xvi. 16. 

T - 

T y 7 

21. ■ 1 1 oZ\Ld?, Diending — KaTaprt^ovras — Pref. 5 marking the part, as 

such.— Pael part. j)l. of ^-OL, Stood firm, was made firm. Pa. 

•»• y. , . . ' 

^JDZ., Ordained, appointed, repaired, made perfect. — Pret. 2. sing. 

Li-OL, ch. xxi. 16 Imperat. pi. aiiDl, S, Mark xiv. 15 

o .. y y y. ..>'« 

Part. pass. pi. fern. __1_dALd, Hebr. ix. 5 Ethpaal _oZ.Z,|, 

y y. ..T> 

Was framed, set in order. Pret. 3. pi. QJLDZ.Z.J, Hebr, xi. 3, 

• P. •>. y, 

Deriv. (Z.0 1 OL, noun fern. def. Rectitude, Acts xxvi. 25, 
Heb. Pi. \T^T\, Set in order, Eccles. vii. 13. 

23. JOOI j^^IDALd, ireM^ o&oui — TrepLrjyev — Ethpeel part, (ft)rming imperf. 

~ y •71 ..T> 

tense) of ^rO, Rolled irp, wrapped. Ethpe. y\.Z^L\, ^Yent round, 
surrounded. Acts xviiL 23, &c. — Pret. 1. sing. A2;^Z.(, ch. xx. 

25.-3. pi. OdI'^IX, ch. xiv. 23, Ac Fut. j^jID^J, Acts xix. 21. 

—.1, sing, j^j^Zl" Rom. xv. 19 Part. fern. ]^ihL^, S. Matt. 

xii, 43; S, Luke xi, 24.— PI. masc. ^.u-DjijAk), S. Matt, xxiii. 15 : 
S. Luke ix, 6, &c.— PI. fern, ^O'pAk), 1 Tim. v, 13. 

7> .y ♦, y . 

Aphel v»^|, Led about, round. — Infin. O.Ci','^Sr\^, 1 Cor. ix. 5. 
— ( - ;*^m^ the Gospel — to (.vayyiXiov — Noun fern, def. Lit. An announce- 

y 

ment, preaching, message. — R. ;.dCD, Thought, hoped. Pa, An- 
nounced. 

24. CTLCi^, //is fame — 17 cIkot} avroii — (Ci (^ (ch. ix. 26) noun masc, yl 

ruviottr, report. — R, »ilO,^, Heb. ^^1? Spread a rumour, slander. 

— r 

Whence, 

Heb. ,151, Calumng, Ps. xxxi. 14. 

T 

Transl, And His fame loas heard, &c, 

T X X X 

-ClL - » ' '^ - » > *^^ rcry grievously afflicted — Gr. tovs K-aKojs 
«X'5i'ras — Intensity expressed l)y repetition of the noun. See 
notes, S. John iii. 19; ii. 5. 



.J,-JU 



S. MATTHEW. IV. 24. 233 

Ver. 2-i. |<yi\ ^v *^, divers, various — TrotKt'Aais — Shaphel part. pass. pi. 
def. of fcSi-^jsj (not used). Pa. v2i_Lk», Changed. Pret. 3. pi. 
(l^lS.L, Rom. i. 23, 25; fern. JL^xSs^L, ver. 2G Put. v^jLj, 

,7 7 . .-n 

Acts vi. 14; Phil. iii. 21 Etlipaal c2lA>jZ.|, Was changed. Put. 

vSiSLAj, Acts ii. 20.— 3. pi. ^O^XLAj, Hebr. i. 12.— 1 pi. 

,7 7 Ti . 1% 7 ' 

^g^\.>Ai^ 1 Cor. XV. 51, 52 Sliapb. .g^NKK-», Changed. Pret. 

. •?> 7 . TV 7 _ 

3. pi. a.2lAj^»-», Acts xxviii. 6 Put. .<^\ ..^ » ij 1. siug. 

^SlLk^^I^, Gal. iv. 20. — 3. pi. AaX>a-«_3, ch. i. 7 Part. 

t'^NKK.tt.lO, Gal. iii. 15 Part. pass. >g^\».t. •^^ used as a 

.P ... 7 

noun. — PI. fern. def. (Ag^ \ ..^ » ^n Rom. xii. 6. 
Deriv. ( c^ \ > .n » noun masc. def. A change, Hebi". vii. 17, &c. 

Hep. tl/Hj Passed on, 1 Sam. x. 3.- — Pi. &>>n, Changed 
garments, Gen. xli. 14.__Chald. tl/Hj Passed, of time. Dan. iv. 
13, 20, 29. 

— -T ' ^^ afflicted — Gr. o-uie;i(o/x£'i'ovs — Part. Peil. pi. of ^-^, Urged, 

oppressed. See note, ch. xiv. 22, below. 

— fn . 1 »Ao^ toi^/i torments — ^acraVois — PI. def. of (O i 1 oZ. (ch. xxv. 

4G; S. Luke xvi. 28), noun masc. def. Torture, punishrneiit. — 

7 

R. vQ.JL_», Tormentfid. 

— (rtil t-^?) those ichich were lunatic — Gr. creXT/na^o/Ati/ous — See note, 

ch. iii. 4, above. 

IV-iif» P^- ^^^- of "ir-il"^ ('^" ■^^'^^^ ^'' '^i ^- Luke V. 19), noun masc. xi 
7*00/*, dwelling. \i^ ;JD, « lunatic, S. Matt. xvii. 15. — R. f-ijh-J, 
Extended, as a ^/Zai surfixce, such being the construction of roofs in 
the East. (Bernstein.) 

.07 7.. 

— ( 'J » ^(^ , those that had the palsg — TrapaXvTiKov<; — Pael part. pass. [)1. 

def of (;_». Pa. >^i-», Loosened. See note, S. John viii. 9. 
Transl. Aoid they brought zmto Ilini all who were very grievouslg 
afflicted with divers diseases, and those loho tcere afflicted with 
torments, and the demoniacs, and the lunatics, and the jmlsied 
(or paralytics). 
W. C. SO 



234 S. 'MATTHEW IV. 25. V. 1-5. 

Ver. 25. \] - .t ^, Tliis is the reading of the Par. and Lond. Polyglotts: 

the Vienna and many others read ( V . . m ^ pi. def. of . t t»~CP. 
See note, S. John xvi. 12. 
— (Ai .^Vn / • m V ^ the ten cities — AeKaVoXts — Numeral constr. for ab- 
solute. See Phillips, Gr. § 23. 



CHAPTER V. 
I \\.K» fD, Transl. Jjut token Jesus saw the multitudes, &c. 

■X .. 7 -x 

3. ^aT_».^Q-4, see note, S. John xx. 29. 

4. |1.»_C)|, thei/ that mourn — ol Trev^owres — Part. Peil pi. def. of ^^^1, 

Mourned. Used as a noun, The mourners. See note, S. Mark 
xvi. 10. 

^-"..17 17 

T). p *.^V), the meek — ol Trpaeh — PI. def. of y » "^^ (ch. xi. 29; xxi. 5), 

.PI7 .0X7 

adj. Humble, gentle. — Def [Hj^Ld, S. James i. 9. — Fern. (Ti^-IiSD, 

ch. iii. 17.— Def ]/^ninV), 1 Cor. iv. 21, <fec.— PI. ^in'i'nV), 
Rom. xii. 16, &c. 

«> 17 .c, -x 17 

From this adj. is derived the noun fem. nn . ■^Vi^ def (/rin . nVn^ 

. fX I 7 

Hu7nility, meekness, gentleness, Acts xx. 1 9, &c. Constr. Z.0,1 1 lV), 

7 

Eph. iv. 2, &c. — R. »^li!sD k,*!^. Was depressed. 
— ^Z5p, iheij shall inherit — Kk-qpovofxriaova-L — Fut. 3. pi. of Z^j (Hebr. 

i. 4), Obtained by inheritance Fut. L)\l, S. Matt. xix. 29. — 

1. sing. Z>1, S. Luke x. 25; xviii. 18.— 2. pL ^Z3]Z, 1 S. Pet. 
iii. 9 Imperat. pi. oZ^, S. Matt. xxv. 34 Inf. Z5]kl\, 

Z-71 -J. 

j«», same verse. — Def jZ}-*, used as a 

noun. The lieir, S. Matt. xxi. 38, <fec. — Pi. masc. _iZ;^, 1 Cor. 

V-», the heirs, Rom. iv. 14, «&c. — PI. fem. ^V-*) 

1 S. Pet. iii. 7. 

Heb. 2J'"1*. Took possession of, 1 Kings xxi. IG. Inlberited, 

Gen. XV. 3, 4. 



S. MATTHEW V. 6—11. 235 

Ver. 6. ■ I 1 '^1, hungering — do hunger — ot Trecj/wj/Tes PI. of ^2iD (ch. 

XXV. 37), participial noun used instead of the regular part. (—Sxzi) 
of -.^D, Was hungry/. See note, S. John vi. 35. Compare --^^:0, 

ch. i. 18, above, and *^k)5, S. John xi. 12 Def. \l21D, S. Matt. 

XXV. 44. — PI. def. (1 <^1, S. Luke i. 53. — PI. coalescing with 

7 

-.J-jo, 1 Cor. iv. 11. 

. » 7 _ ^ D 7 

7. (1 V)k>',:1q, the merciful — ot eA.€r/yu,ove?-^Pl. def. of V> ^>An (S. James 
V, 11), noun masc. One that has piti/.—Def. |j.LQ-k»j1d, S. Luke 
vi. 36, &c.— PI. ^ . Un..!vn Eph. iv. 32.— Formed from Pael 

•« -K 7 

part, of l>Qjo), Loved. Pa. iiCUjJ, Pitied, Phil. ii. 27 Fut. 

■"7 ^ K 7 

1>Q>^;J, Rom. xi. 32 Tmperat. pi. qLQjj?, S. Jude ver. 23.^ 

Part. i^Qjo^Lo, Rom. ix. 15, 18. 

Heb. Pi. Drn, Ps. ciii. 13; cxvi. 5:— and ^Jj^rTI, Com- 
— • . ^ ,— 

passionate, Lam. iv. 10. 
— (1q>j), mercies. — PI. def. of i>CUj5, def PiQ>j5, noun masc. The inner 

X 7 

jKirts, specially the womb. — PI. j^^Lkj? (Hebr. x. 28), Bowels — 
Gr. TO. a-7rXdy)(ya, Viscera — as the seat of the emotions or affections 
— hence, the affections themselves. Love, pity ; favour, Acts ii. 47. 
Heb. C3m, Ps. xxii. 11.— QHI, Gen. xlix. 25.— Q^j^n^, Gen. 
xliii. 30; Ps.xxv. 6.— Chald. PiDPn, Dan. ii. 18. 
Transl. For upon them shall he inercies. 

^ c ^ ..7 

9. p^_i.^ i^,*^S, the makers of peace, peace-makers — ot uprjvoTroLOL — See 

notes, S. John ii. 5; xiv. 27. 

10. C12j5Z]>, ivhich are ptersecuted — ot ScStwy/xeVot — Ethpeel pret. 3. pi. of 

*.£355, Persecuted. — Ethpe. kSjjZ.!, Was j)ersecuted, driven. ^^Wut. 
^}5Aj, 3. pi. ^aS55Z\j, Gal. vi. 12 Part. ^j5Ak3, ch. v. 11.— 

1 7 71 7 

PI. masc. _j_2)j5ASd, 2 Tim. iii. 12; coalescing with ,-JL>v», 2 Cor. 
iv. 9.— PI. fem. ^pAk), driven, of clouds, 2 S. Pet. ii. 17. 

17 7 

11. — >,m K>iiO, reviling, shall revile — oi/eiSt'o-wcrtv — Pael part. pi. of jLCI^j, 

•« 7 ' 

Derided, also Pitied (Castel.)— Pa. ,m..>^ (S. Mark xvi. 14), hi,- 

» 7 

suited, reproached, irphrntdc<l. Part. ,-CQjsjiiD, S. .Jjiinos i. ."> 



23G S. MATTHEW V. 11—13. 

Vcr. 11. Ethpaal ^rn .J]^ Was insulted. Part. pi. ^,£tl^t^, 1 S. Pet. 
iv. 14: — coalescing with W^ 1 Tim. iv. 10. 
Deriv. (i, rr> ^^^n^ noun niasc. An uphraider. PI. with aff. Rom. 
XV. 3. 

Ileb. Pi. IDHj ^^'^^ io shame, Pro v. xxv. 10. 

— (/ n\ ..^Oj in falsehood, falselij — Gr. i/'cdSc/acvoi — Def. of O N . o , noim 

fern. A lie. — R. ^-ti?, Pa. ^-ii?> Deceived, lied. 

12. Olo5, be exceeding glad— ay aXXiacrOe — Imperat. pi. of ^OJ (S. Luke 

..7 7 

X. 21), Rejoiced, exulted. Pret, 3. sing. fem. L\0^, Acts ii. 26 

Put. loj, 2. pi. rO\OhC 1 S. Pet. iv. 13. — 1. pi. loj, Rev. 

xix. 7 Part. lo5. Acts xvi. 34; Phil. ii. 17. — Pi. ^lo5, Acts 

ii. 4G; IS. Pet. i. 8. 
Transl. Then rejoice ye and he exceeding glad. 

— t_i_i^-£D, has increased, is great — Gr. ttoXus — Verb Peal pret. 1-iv-CO or 

- ' .. rn^ Abounded, midtiplied, became great. Pret. 3. sing. fem. 
A . .. rr> Rom. v. 20; 1 Tim. i. 14. — 3. pi. n » .i <"", Acts vi. 1, 

&c Put. "l-^mj, Phil. i. 9, *fec.:— Fem. 1-^1-^-" Eoi»- v. 20; 

2 Cor. iv. 15.— 3. pi. ^a^^£CU, Phil. iv. 17 Part. \-\*-^, Acts 

vi. 7; 2 Thess. i. 3.— Fem. U^-^jT^' ^^^^ ^^- ^^'' ^^^- ^0.— PL 
fem. _ji_^(t_CD, Acts xvi. 5. 

Heb. njb (cogn. XJlb), Ps. xcii. 13.— Chald. J^Jlb', Dan. iii. 

T T T T T ; 

31; vi. 26; Ezr. iv. 22. 

13. (TLk>..^V>, the salt (aff. plcon.) — to a'Aas — .-kkASd, def ( ^^ \V) (in 

this verse) noun fem. Salt. — R. ■».>.\Vn Salted. 

Heb. plSa, Gen. xix. 26.— Chald. rhp, Ezr. iv. 14; vi. 9; 
vii. 22. 

— OCTTj] (and ver. 23), if — idv — Conjunction, followed by r Sometimes 

written separately 0(71 • f , S. John viii. 36 ; S. Mark vii. 3. 

— wjCrmaZ., have lost its savour — fnapavOrj, so also S. Luke xiv. 34, 

7 

ai'aXoi' yivrjTai, S. Mark ix. 50._>_Fut. 3. fern, of aiCi2, Has 



S. MATTHEW V. 13—15, 237 

Ver. 13. insipid, became tasteless. — The final ^j is wanting in the parallel 
passages quoted. 
Deriv. (Z.0J1 » 1'^, noun fern. def. Folly, Gr. a<j>po(Tvvr], 2 Cor. xi. 17. 
A ."jm . nc^^ adv. FoolisJdy, 2 Cor. xi. 1. 

— (1 V>o^ ivherewith? — Iv tlvl; — See note, S. John i. 21. 

— t^^-K^. \V)ZZ.) shall it be salted? — aA.icr^?7o-erai; — Ethpeel fut. 3. fern, of 

o^\V), Seasoned. Part. Peil pi. def. ^K>«jLA!iD, salt waters, 

S. James iii. 12 Ethpe. oa.Ak)Z1 , Was salted. Fut. o.>ALdAj, 

S. Mark ix. 49: — Fern, without «_» final, ver. 49, 50; S. Luke 
xiv. 34. 

Deriv. ]-k» NV), noun masc. def. A sailor. PI. def. ( :; \V^ Acts 
xxvii. 27, 30. 

Heb. rhJD, Lev. ii. 13. — H/^, A sailor, Jon. i. 5. Chald. 
nSp, Ezr. iv! 14. 

— \}}\ P !>0j1q_^, it is good /or nothing, lit. it goes for nothing — Gr. £15 

ovhlv i(T)(ye.L — Compare S. Luke xiv. 35. 

— ..a i 'jLL (for « i o i?ZZ) it should be {to be) trodden — Kara-n-aTuaOaL — 

Ethpeel fut. 3. fem. of »_»05 ._»5, Trod down. Ethpe. ,-m^jLL], 

S. Luke viii. 5.— Fem. "A^jIZf, Rev. xiv. 20 Part. fem. 

U_.5ZAk5, S. Luke xxi. 24. 

14. |jL^2.5, that it sliould be hid—Gr. Kpv^rjvai — See note, S. John i. 41. 

— Fut. 3. sing. fem. of \m-^, Lay hidden Fut. l-i-fej, S. Mark 

vii. 24.__Inf ]■ 5V)\, 1 Tim. v. 25 Part. Peil ]_L^, S. Mark 

iv. 22:— Fem. ][ » \, Hebr. iv. 13. 

— 1 1 1 r) , built — Gr. Keifxevr] — Part. Peil fem. of P-O, Built. See note, 

ch. vii. 24, below. 

15. |Z.tCD, the bushel — toV /ao'S/ov — Def. of 1(Lqd, noun fem. A dry measure, 

as of corn. — PI. ^(td, ch. xiii. 33; S. Luke xiii. 21. Gr. o-ttra. 
Heb. ^^^D, Gen. xviii. G. 

T ; 

— (Z; 1 V), the candlestick — 771/ Xv^ytav — Def. of ] ; ^ V) ^ noun fem. A 

candlestick or candelabrum. — PI. def. ]Z',LI.Ld, Eev. i. 12, &,c. 
Heb. n^liJD, Exod. XXV. 31, &c. 



238 S. MATTHEW V. 1(5-22. 

Ver. 16. JOT-LJ, let it shine — Gr. Xafxij/drw — Fut. 3. sing, of JOIJ (cli. 
xvii. 2), Was resplendent, shone. Pret. 3. fern. Z-JOTJ , Rev. xviii. 

•X •» 7 7 

1 Fut. 3. pi. .05C7U_3, S. Matt. xiii. 43 Pael JOIJ, Brought 

<o %/i<, ??iaJe c^e«r. — Fut. 1. sing. 50TJ(, Eph. iii. 9 Ethpaal 

JJljZI, Was enlightened. Fut. 1. pi. JOljAj, 2 Cor. iv, 6. 
Heb. *inj) Shone, metapli. Rejoiced, Ps. xxxiv. G. 

— T I 

17 lr-»l? H) Trans. Not to destroy am I come, hut to fulfil. 

18. ?Q-», ^''*6 ^e<<er I'^wc/ — ttura — 

— l^jTD, ^«W/e — Kcpata — Noun fern. def. The apex, or distinguishing point, 

7 _ ... 

of a letter. — R. .^;XD, Made lines or incisions. 

Heb. tDl^J'j -^l^a^e czi^s in the body; whence tO^lCJ^j Lev. xix. 

— T 

28, and T\\2r0 , ch. xxi. 5, A cutting. 

V V T 

19. l>Cli^l, the least — twv cXaxto-Twi/ — PL def. of 5Q-L1 (ch. xiv. 31, (fee), 

adj. Small, very small; short time, Heb. x. 37, &c. — Def. pQ_ll, 
S. Matt. xi. 11; Gr. /u,tKpoTcpos; S. Mark xiv. 40. — Fem. ]_.5ai.l , 
S. Matt. xiii. 32; S. Mark iv. 31.— Def. TZJOLl, S. Luke xii. 26. 
— PI. masc. ^JQJLl, S, Matt. ix. 37, tfec— Constr. v^jiai^l, ch. 
vi. 30, (fee— PI. fem. ^JiOLl, Acts xvii. 4. — Def. VaI)Q_L1, 

S. Luke xii. 48 R. \^\, Was small, cogn. r^t' ^' '^'^ xnferior, 

vile. 

Heb. ^'•J^T, Job xxxvi. 2; Isa. xxviii. 10, 13.— Chald. the 

same, Dan. vii. 8. 

20. V) ;_»Aj .... '"il^L, shall abound more than — shall exceed — Gr. 

^ I 7 ^^ 

TrepLcraevatj . . irXelov — 

21. IliD-oX, to them of old time — rots dpxaloL<;, not by them of, &,c. as in 

the E.V. — So ipptjOr] avT-fj, it was said to her, Rom. ix. 12; ippijOy 

o 7 

avTots, ver 26. Compare also Gal. iii. 16. — PI. def. of * \ V), O , 
see note, S. John i. 15. 

9, 7 7 

— 0C7I .*^ » ^ ».V)^ is or shall be in danger of, guilty of — ho-)(p<; eorat — 

Pael part. pass. See note, S. John vii. 51. 

22. VvifJ?) '''^i^ '*' '^t'^O'll — ^^'' ^ dpyit,6p.f.vo% — Fut. 3. sing, of Lij or ]-p 



S. MATTHEW V. 22—24. 239 

* 

Ver. 22. (cli. xviii. 34, (fee), Was angry. Pret. 3. pi. Ol.^t5, ch. xx. 24 

7 ^ 7 T. . ^ 

Imperat. pi. 0^t5, Epb. iv. 26 Inf. ]-.i;,V}\, S. James i. 19 

Part. Peil (OCTI I-^-hi', Acts xii. 20 Apliel Vii'l, Moved to anger. 

Pret. 3. pi. 0\^]] with aff. Hebr. iii. 16 Fut. 1. sing. C.jf, 

with aff. Eom. x. 19.— 2. pi. iuSl, Eph. vi. 4; Col. iii. 21 

^ P 7 X^ 

Inf. OUi^inl^, with aff. Hebr. iii. 8, 15. 

Heb. TJIj Isa. xxviii. 21. — Chald. Aph. Til"in, Made angry, 
Ezr. V. 12. "^ 

— [c*' -\, toithout a cause — eiKrj — Adverb, from the Gr. word. Written 

._i_Qjj, Phil. ii. 16. Gr. eis Kevov. 

. 7 7 ^ ^ ^ _ 

^o5, 'PttKct — a vain, contem2Jtible perso7i — a term of scorn or insult. 

Compare Heb. p^*^ or p*1. Vain, empty, ears of corn, Gen. xli. 
27 : — worthless men, Judg. ix. 4 ; xi. 3. 

— l-^^j thou fool — Gr. yaojpe — A tei^m of derision. Compare Gr. XaAos, 

A talkative, prating fellow. 

— P'^^V ^^^^ — yeei/vav — A corruption of Q])n ^Jl or Dij/Tj^ ^i), the valley 

of Hinnom — son of Hinnom, Josh, xviii. 16. LXX. yaUwa. 

» D 7 7 7 

23. (-K>.*~),V>, the altar — to 6vcna(nrjpiov — Def. of oa.^jiD, noun masc. 

.. X 7 »•?>.. 7 

An altar. — PI. _a.j^KiDySD, def. ^kkTU^Id, with aff. Rom. xi. 3. — 

7 

R. uKK^), Sacrificed. 

Heb. nSTp, Gen. viii. 20.— Chald. n!l"7p, def. ^{^!^,^, 
Ezr. vii. 17. 

— r*-*^ I > Ji'Olds, retains — hath — Gr. £;!(ct — Part. Peil of ,„jo | , with active 

signification. See note, S. John ii. 6. 

— iiOylD JAd(, any enmity — Gr. rt — Noun fern, occurring here only in 

the N. T., but found in Isa. xiv. 6. — -Tremellius would read 
12^1' Heb. nH^K, Gen. iii. 15. R. y^; and Gutbir, l2^f, 
Heb. &X, Ps. Ixxviii. 31. — But the reading in the text is to be 
preferred. 

24. \^^L\, he reconciled — SiaXXdyrjOi — Ethpa. imperat. of p.?. — See note, 

S. Jolin xii. 10. 



240 S. MATTHEW V. 25—27. 

Ver. 25. JOJALO A^OOl, he agreed, agree — luOi ivvodv — Ethpaal part, with 
AjOCJI, representing the imperative (see Phillips, Gr. § 56; Cowper 
§ 208. 1) of |o|, unused in Peal except part. pres. ]o], and Peil 
(oj, fern. J-»0|, Agreed, xoas friendly with Ethpa. ._iO|Z.|, Was 

7 _ 7 

united, agreed with (i<lL). A similar construction occurs, S. Luke 
X. 37; xiii. 14. 
Deriv. |Z.Q_iO|, noun fern. Concord, agreement, 2 Cor. vi. 16, &c. 

Compare Heb. HIX, Piel, Ps. cxxxii. 13, 14; — Hithpa. Ps. 

T X 

cvi. 14. 

— y»2-^^ v^NO, thine adversary — Gr. tw avTihUta crov — Lit. tlie master of 

tliy judgment — The words are joined, S. Luke xii. 58. — See notes, 
S. Johniii. 19; iv. 16. 

— p«»^A, to the judge — t<3 Kpir?]— Noun masc. def. — PI. def. P-jj, ch. x. 

17 (where some Editors read ]i-»5); xii. 27; S. Luke xi, 19. — 
R. ^5 o, Judged. 

Heb. Vi'r[, 1 Sam. xxiv. 16. Advocate, Ps. Ixviii. 6. — Chald. 
Ezr. vii. 25. 

— J-i~Ci_4jt_i>, to the officer — -tw vTrrjperr] — Noun masc. def. A collector of 

taxes. Occurs also, S. Luke xii. 58. Gr. tw TrpaKTopt. — R. ^Clwt, 

I 7 ' ^ 

Pa. . » *^ 11 ) Collected. 

26. poV) 9, farthing — Ko8pcivT-i]v — (AcTrroi/, S. Luke xii. 59, is I'eudered 

by the same word, although Svo XcTrra = KoBpdvTr]<;, S. Mark xii. 42, 
where XeTrra is rendered by __i_LLd). Noun masc. def. used in a 
general sense, to express the very smallest coin. — PI. def. (jqIdj, 
S. Mark xii. 42; S. Luke xxi. 2. 

27. ^^-^if- M?> t^i'OU shalt not commit adultery — j introducing the quotation 

— ov \i.ov)(^v(Tf.i'i — Fut. 2. sing, (for imperat.) of 3ci-t ;_^. (with aff. 

ver. 28), Committed adultery Fut. 5q_.c_J, fern. ._j5ci-.Z., ver. 

32, below.— 3. pi. ^50...^, Pvom. ii. 22 Part. jU., ver. 32, 

below, &c. — PI. masc. __i;_i_^i, Rev. ii. 22. 
N.B. In this verse, rot? up^aiois is wanting in the Sin. and Vat. 
MSS. 



S. MATTHEW V. 2S— 33. 24-1 

Ver. 28. 01ju-i;Jj, that he should desire her, to lust after her — Trpos to 
iiri9vfxr]a-aL avT7J<; — Fut. 3. sing, with aff. of ^*-i»' nl'' ^^sired, 
longed/or; in a bad sense, Lusted. — Pret. 3. sing. fern. A^o, with 
aff. S. Luke xxii. 15, the desire has possessed Me, Gi*. eTriOvfXLa eVe- 

6v/xr](ra. — 1. sing. A-o, Acts xx. 33. — 3. pi. Q-ii', 1 Cor. x. 6 

Fut. ^»^J, 2. sing. -.iJZ, Eom. vii. 7; xiii. 9 Part, ^i|5, Gal. 

V. 17; 1 Tim. iii. 1. — Fern. L.j, Gal. v. 17; S. James iv. 5. — PL 

masc. _-»_.. 3, 1 Cor. x. G, <tc Part. Peil ^^.j^-o, actively, 

Phil. i. 13. 

Compare Gr. dpcyo/xat, rendered by this word, 1 Tim. iii. 1; 
vi. 10; Hebr. xi. 16. 
29. OT_jfc>j, pluch it out — e^eXe auroi/— Impei'at. with aff. of |^>^, Dug 
out, tore out. So in the similar passages, ch. xviii. 9; S. Mark 
ix. 47 Part. pi. __t^>^. Gal. iv. 1.5. 

Compare Heb. H^Hj Separated, broke through, divided, Gen. 
xxxii. 8; Ps. Iv. 24;^fsa. xxx. 28. 

7 7 

— fc^lDjOl r-»^, one, thy member, or thy one member — Gr. eV twv fxeXwu a-ov, 

..707 ■K 7 

rendered in ver. 30 by ^jl.1djC7I _LD ^^j, 07ie of thy members 

D 7 

I>05ai (1 Coi\ xii. 14, 26; Eph. iv. 16), noun masc. A member of 
the body. — Def. (!iDjCn, 1 Cor. vi. 15, ifec. PI. def. [IJDJCTI, Rom. 

•^ 7 

xii. 4. ikc. — R. iOjOl, Pa. IsOjOl, Cut to pieces. 

Chald. Din, A jnece, fragment, Dan. ii. 5; iii. 29. 

T - 

31. (1_10J> ]lbZvD, a writing of divorcement — Gr. dirodTdawv — Com- 

P 

pare (itfiXiov an-oo-rao-t'ov, ch. xix. 7; S. Mark x. 4; Syriac 
(JLC10Q_»5 I^Ad. — Noun masc. def. Occurring here only. — 
R. \Lj x>5, Was small, mean, light, 

32. ^^ tT"^ >>, except, saving — Trape/cros — See note, ch. iii. 4, above. 

— \\0 m, taking to wife, marrying — Gr, yafi-qa-rj — See note, S. John i, 29, 

03. j^Z^SdqIqo ^-11?^ Mj thou shalt not be false in thine oath, thou shall 
not forswear thyself — Gx*. ovk iinopKrja-cts — Pael fut. 2. sing, of 
^\-o. Was melted, Habak. iii. G. — Pa. ^^i?> Deceived, lied. — 
w. 0. 31 



242 S. MATTHEW V. 33— 3G. 

Ver. 33. Pret. 2. sing. A\^.?, Acts v. 4 Fat. ^ijj, Hebr. vi. 18; 

vii. 21. — 2. 1)1. ^qX..?!, S. James iii. 14 Part. ^^,r^, Pom. 

ix. 1; 1 Tim. ii. 7. — PI. masc. _ i.\,..,iD, Col. iii. 9; Pev. iii. 9. 
JALdoLd (ch. xiv, 7, 9), noun fern. def. An oath. The legular form 
is IALdoLd. But, while sing, in signification, it takes the j)]. 
form (without Pibui, Hebr. vi. 16, 17; vii. 20, 21), and is joined 
with an adject, sing. S. James v. 12. — P. jlD-*, Swore. Aph. 
part. ILdqId. 

34. ^q1d(Z |j, swear not — Gr. ix-q J/xotrat — Fut. 2. pi. (for imperat ) of 

|lCL» (ch. xiv. 7, (fee). Swore. — Pret. 1. sing. A . Vi -^ Hebx\ iii. 11. 

Fut. Ik)]], Hebr. vi. 13.— 2. sing. ^01^, ver. 3G, below 

Inf. ]lD]ki\, S. Matt. xxvi. 74 Part. \^, ch. xxiii. 16, &c.— 

PI. masc. > ^ > , Hebr. vi. 1 6 ; S. James v. 1 2. 

— m£0, at all — oA.w? — Noun masc. The end, sum of a matter; here used 

adverbially. — Def. pTD, 1 Tim. i. 4. pm ]]?, endless, Gr. 
alu>viov, 2 Cor. iv. 17. — As an adverb, In short, to sum up all, 
Gr. oAws (E.V. com,monlij), 1 Cor. v. 1. — R. ^Q.CD, Pa. ^.^SD, 
Ended. 

— OCn (_i.£D5ao, it is the tJi/ronc — 6pCvo<; lari — Def. (coalescing with OOl) 

of wj.rD3aD, noun masc. A seat, chair of state. Def. | . rrnn'-i 
ch. xxiii. 2. — PI. (of fem. form) ^amj'a::, ch. xix. 28.— Def. 
"jZo-CDJicir:), ch. xxi. 12, &c. 

Heb. XD3, Ps. xi. 4.— Chald. 5<D"l5, Dan. v. 20.— PI. 

iimSj ch. vii. 9. — The letter 1,5, inserted in Aramaic in place 
Itt :t 

of the Heb. Dagesh. 

35. «_^ai I ■ 0(10, it is the footstool — vtotto^lov Io-tl — Noun masc. def. 

(coalescing with ,_jCn) A stool. R. • » '~^^ , Put beneath, sid)Jected. 
Transl. For it is the footstool that is under His feet. 

36. IAjlId, hair — Tpixa. — Def. of fJLlD, noun fem. A hair, single hair, as 

distinguished from |^£D, head of hair, Lat. ccesaries. See note, 



S. MATTHEW V. 36—41. 243 

Ver. 36. S. John xi. 2.— PI. def. (masc. form) ]ili>, ch. x. 30; S. Luke 
xii. 7. 
Transl. For thou canst not make in it one hair of the head of hair 
black or tohite. 

— "jAlOlJol, black — /xiXaivav — Fem. def. of JsQ^jo], def. jk^Dol (Rev. v. 

5, 12), Black. R. ^]] ^ «s ^^«c/i;. 
» ' *^ ^^) is from the Evil One — Ik tou Trovrjpov Icttiv. 

38. P~», a tooth — oSoVra — Def. of __©, noun fem. — PI. (masc. form) 

> ^ » Def. pi J, ch. viii. 12, tkc. 
Heb. 1^, Exod. xxi. 24.— Chald. the same, Dan. vii. 5, 19. 

39. ^^^^.DClA, against. Preposition, derived from.-^.d.D, Oj)posed him- 

self. Witli affixes, O and *0 are transposed; as OlXoO-Q-i, 
over against it, sc. the sej^ulchre, ch. xxvii. 61: — to meet Him,., 
S. John xii. 18 (see note); — OTA£iQ-QA, contrary to if, the ship, 
S. Matt. xiv. 24; — \«^n n \ over against us, S. Mark xi. 2. — 
Except with aff. 1. sing, and 2. and 3. pi. of both genders; as 
- ' ^'"^ inn\^ against Ale, S. Matt. xii. 30; — ,^'^ ^'-'^^ \, over 
against you, ch. xxi. 2. 
Transl. But I say unto you, That ye rise 7iot against {resist not, Gr. 
fxrj d.vTi(TTrjvaL) the evil. 

— |>-kLd, smiting — shall smite- -pair ia€i — See note, S. John xiii. 4. 

— P^l, turn — (TTpcij/ov — Aphel impei'at. of (i_2), Turned himself, re- 

turned. — Aph. ■ i 1 g^j (Acts xvii. 31), Caused to turn, restored, 

converted Fut. [^~£12, S. Luke i. 16, 17 Part. pL2ilD, Acts 

i. 6:— Fem. "ilj..2ii, 2 Cor. vii. 10. 

Heb. Hiph. H^Sn, Judg. xv. 4: 1 Sam. x. 9. 

40. j^CL^^Ld, thy cloak — Gr. to i/^artov — |^Q_^^Ld, noun masc. def A 

cloak, or garment generally. — PI. def. (^Q_4",1d, Acts ix. 39; with 
afF. S. Matt, xxiii. 5. 

r 7 

41. ;^» •^> compelling — shall compel (thee) to go — ayyapcvcr« — Pael part. 

7 7 7 7 

of 'r^^.», Pa. ;-KK^, Compelled. Pret. 3. pi. O^-kk^, ch. xxvii. 32; 
S. Mark XV. 21. 



244 S. MATTHEW V. 41—44. 

Ver. 41. (I « ^ I a mile — /xlXiov — Noun masc. clef, derived, through the 



Greek, from the Latin. 
42 ^(-»? rr^f Transl. lie that asJceth of thee, give to him. 

— 1^1 (J), tliat would borrow — Gr. lov OiXovra tavuaatrOaL — Fut. 3. sing. 

of i^Vj , Borroiced, sought a loan. 

— ' ..mn . \n/ jj^ forbid him not — Gr. firj <livocnpa^^<i — Fut. '2. sing. 

~ -r, -r. 

with aft", (for imperat.) of |1d. Prohibited. See note, ch. iii. 14, 
above. 

43. i>Q.K>J, love — Gr. c!ya7r7;'o-£ts — Imperat. of J>Q>j5, Loved dearly. — See 

note, S. John v. 20. 

— ^*^0, \S*~^A, thine enemy— rov l-)(0p6v crov — ( *^ '^. \ ^ '^ (ch. xiii. 28, 

39, etc.), noun masc. def. compounded of ^1>^, Master, lord, 
and (£liD5, Enmity. Lit. lord of enmity. See note, S. John iv. 
16.— PI. def. ]or:j.Hrb, Rom. v. 10, &c. With aff. ver. 44, 
below. 
Transl. Love thy neighbour, and hate thine enemy. 

44. ^1^5, that cursetli — Gr. rows Karapoifxivovs — Part, of »^Q._ik «-^^, 

Cursed, spoke evil of. Pret. 2; sing. A^S, S. Mark xi. 21 

Fut. 4^\l, 2. sing. ^oXZ, Acts xxiii. 5 2. pi. ^tf\Z, 

Eom. xii. 14.^Part. pi. > () • ^. S. Luke vi. 28; coalescing 

with ^_Lk», S. James iii. 9 Part. Peil w^o-X, Gal. iii. 10. — 

PI. ^> 5.^^ S. John vii. 49.— Def. "ii-*^. S. Matt. xxv. 41. 

— Cl-^*, pi'ay—TTpoo-evx^o-d^ — Pael imperat, pi, of ]J», Inclined, declined. 

— Pa. ' > ^T (ch. XX vi. 42, 44, &c.). Supplicated, ^nayed. — Pret. 

1. sing. Aa.2i» , Acts xxii. 17. — 3. pi. Qj^? , Acts i. 24i Fut, 

IJll, S, Matt, xix, 13:— Fern. IJlZ, 1 Cor. xi. 13.— 1. sing. ]] ^]', 

S, Matt, xxvi, 3G. — 3, pi. ^CLA^, S. Luke xviii. 1 Imperat. 

]]., S, Matt. vi. G Inf. Oj-HIlnS, S. Matt. vi. 5, kc Part. 

Matt, vi. o, 6, »tc: — Fcm. ( r \ \'^ , Rom, viii. 27, ttc 



13^,^. 



S. MATTHEW V. 44—46. 245 

Ver. 44. PI. masc. ^„»J1^.Ld, S. Matt. vi. 7, itc: — coalescing with __Lk», 
2 Cor. xiii. 9, (fcc— with ^Aj], Eph. vi. 18. 

Chald. Pa. xW, part. N^^^p, Dan. vi. 11.— PI. \'^):^, as 
if from >^^, Ezr. vi. 10. ' 

— (;-«_4^^, ^'''ie/i violence, forcihli/. — Noun masc. def. Force, violence, 

necessiti/. With pref. »0, adverbially, as also S. Luke vi. 28; 
Acts V. 26; 1 S. Pet. v. 2.— Of form part. Peil of ^^£5, Bound. 
Ethpe. i^l^, Was boimd, part. ;_^DAi, Eph. iv. 16.— Whence 
also ^-4^, def. ]r4-^) ^^o^i^ masc. A bond. — PI. def. "JV-4^) ^cts 
viii. 23. 

Heb. IDp, part. pass. pi. fern. Ezek. xlvi. 22. — Compare 
also Chald. 'HGp, prop. A knot, whence pi. p'^tSp, constr. ^^Dpj 
The joints of the loins, Dan. v. 6: — Hard questions, ver. 12, 16. 
Transl. That drive you by force; Gr. xwr iTr-qpca^ovruiv vfid^, 

7 7 

45. wk>J,.Ld, making to rise — maketh to rise — aVareXXet — Aphel part, of 

<>jJ9, Rose, as the sun, &lc. — Aph. «>^J)(, Caused to rise. 

— 01 « V) «, His sun — Tov rjXiov mirm.— . mKci m clef. (jlSDj (ch. xiii. 6, 

43, &c.) noun com. gend. The Sun. 

Heb. m^, Ps. xix. 5.— Chald. def. i^^^ , Dan. vi. 15. 

V V T : ■ 

— OT^Sd, His rain, ^^k), def, ]l^ (ch. vii. 25, 27, &c.) noun masc. 

Bain.— 'PI def. ]i^, Showers. R. j^Lo, Pa. {.^Lo, Bained. 
Heb. 1t022, Exod.ix. 33, 34. 

T T 

Ti'ansl. -4?ic/ maketh His rain to descend. Gr. koL Ppl^u. 

— Udi., the unjust — aStKous — PI. def. of ^OL (S. Luke xvi. 10) adj. 

L nrighteous, vdcked. — Def. JJcLL, 2 Thess. ii. 7, 8. 

Heb. 7!)J^, Job xviii. 21; xxvii. 7; xxix. 17.— R. 7"1^, Arab. 
Turned aside from what is right. Pi, ^!)J^, Acted unjustly, Ps. 
4; Isa. XX vi. 10. 

46. JCJI ]J, Gr. ovxi', Lat. annon, nonne? — so Rom. ii. 26; Heb. i. 14. 

Oil, oi'x, S. Matt. xxiv. 2; S. James ii. 4, 6. — (on is properly an 



2-1-6 S. MATTHEW V. 46—48. VI. 1, 2. 

Ver. 46. interjection, Lo! hehold! — but sometimes used merely for the sake 
of emphasis, as S. Mark ix. 21; S. Luke viii. 29; xiii. 16. 

— (miiSD, tlie 2)ublicans—ol rcXoivat — PL def. of (CO'-^V? (ch. x. 3, &c.) 

noun masc. def. A tax-gatherer, collector of tolls. R. .CIO'^V) Arab, 
Conj. II. Collected tribute. Form of part. pres. Peal, 

— |)01 »-»01, the saine, very same — to avro — ovrw, ver. 4<. 

47, > (Vr>\ » '~^ nA . \[ »^ ye salute, lit. enquire after the peace of- — Gr, 

dcnrda-rjaOe — Part. pi. of x>(,j». Asked; coalescing with ^Z*J|. — 
See notes, S. John i. 21 ; xiv. 27. 

48. "I'^lCLi, perfect — reXetot — PL def. of ^j.LCL.t (in this verse) part. Peil 

of ^ICLi, Completed, finislied — See note, S. John xvii. 23. 

CHAPTER VI. 

1. OJOjv*, tahe heed to, look into, %C^ — Gr. Trpoatx^Ti — Imperat. pi. of 

5q_»j ;..kj, see note, S. John i. 36. 

— . Q.2A^5l , your almsgiving, alms — rrjv i\€r]fj.oa-vv7]v vfxojv (^SLKaLoa-vvqv, 

Sin. and Vat, MSS.) (jDjI, noun fem. Justice, and by Synech- 

doche, Almsgiving.— T>ef. ]ko'){, ver, 2, 3, &c,— PL def. "JAi^jf, 
Acts ix. 36, &c.— R. »05l, Was just. 

Heb. np"l^, Ps. xxiv. 5.— Chald. Hpl^, Dan, iv. 24. 

It t; It : • 

Transl, But take heed in your almsgiving, that ye do it not before men 
(the sons of men) so that ye may be seen of them. 

— jj • |0, and if not, otherwise — d Se )u,?;yc. 

2. Xl'fTi \t^l. ]J, do not sound {call not out with) a trumpet — Gr. fiy 

■no »r 7 7> 

craA.7rto-)7? — See note, S. John i. 23. P^, def. of y^, noun fem. 
The horn, of an animal; a vessel made of horn, 1 Sam. xvi. 1. 
A musical instrument, made of or resembling a horn : the end or 
extremity, as the hem of a garment, S. Matt, ix, 20; Corner of a 
building, S. Luke xx. 17; Acts iv. 11. As a Symbol of strength, 
A liorn of salvation, S. Luke i. 69. — PL def. masc. form, (j'^, 



S. MATTHEW VI. 2—4. 247 

Ver. 2. Rev. xiii. 11.— Fern, form ^i,LO, Acts x. 11.— Def. IAj'^ID, Rev. 
V. G, itc. 

Hub. pp, Josh. vi. 5; '»'^^'> pp, Ps. xviii.-!.— Chald. pD, 
Dan. vii. 8: Def. X^'lp, ch. iii. 5, &c. 

— |..2i(lD . » «^m 1 ^7(6 Jiypocr'des — ot vrroKpiTai — See note, S. John i. IG. — 

j£)^ fcClDDJ, Gr. Trpoa-coTToXrjTTTrj's, Acts x. 34. 

— ^DQ-a-O, in the streets — iv rats pif/xats— PI. def. of ^QQ_« (cli. xi. 16, 

tfec.) noun masc. def A str'eet; market place, dyopd, ch. xi. IG, ikc. : — 
2'horoug/i/are, d/i.</)oSov (- pvp-rj, 8to8os) S. Mark xi. 4. 
Heb. p^l^', Prov. vii. 8. 

— O N*^ O, thei/ have received — Gr. a7r£;)(oucn. 

3. yX^hrC), thy left (Jiand) — rj dptaTepd aov — jlklCD, (2 Cor. vi. 7), noun 

fern. 27ie left part, side, or hand. 

Heb. SkJ^^, Gen. xiii. 9; xlviii. 14. 

4. |j.IIino, in secret — iv to! kpvttto) — Def of ]lll2 (ch. x. 26), part, Peil 

of (firm, Hid, covered. Def ( « rn^^ but ] » (^""^ when used (as 
here) as a noun, and opposed in signification to ( » \ , . ; see note, 
S. John vii. 4. 

— yt^i-SUl, lie shall reward thee — aTroSwcrct crot — Fut. 3. sing, with aff". 

of ^i^. Loosed, restored, recompensed, rendered, j)(^^d >' also, 
Budded, sprung forth, as leaves of a tree, ch. xxiv. 32; S. Mark 
xiii. 28.— Pret. 3. fern. AI^^, Rev. xviii. 6.-3. pi. Q-lU>, S. Mark 

xiii. 28 Fut. VSO;^, S. Matt. xvi. 27.— 1. sing. VXO^f, Hebr. 

X. 30.— 3. pi. ^a:^;^J, 1 Tim. v. 4; with aff. S. Luke xiv. 14.— 

2. pi. ,^'^t, Rom. xii. 17; 1 S. Pet. iii. 9 Tmperat. pi. 

al.0^, Rom. xiii. 7 Inf \\-c^Cn\ S. Matt, xviii. 25, etc 

Part. Vili), S. Matt, xviii. 26, 29, &c.— PI. ^j-L;^, S. Matt, 
xxiv. 32. Deriv. 
p»Of^, noun masc. def A rewarder, Heb. xi. C. 

Heb. y"l3> Loosed, remitted a penalty, Ezek. xxiv. 14. — 
Cogn. |»13, Broke forth, hurst, scattered, Ps. Ix. 3. 



248 S. MATTHEW VI. 5—12. 

Vcr. 5. jAjbl-IIi, in the corners — Iv rats ywvtais — PI. def. of |Aj01 (cli. xxi. 
42, &c.) noun fern. def. A corner. 

Heb. (pi. only) flVIT, Ps. cxliv. 12: Zech. ix. 15. 

•T 

Transl. Who love to stand in the synagogues and in the corners of the 
streets to pray. 

G. y20L, thy closet — to rafxuiov crov — poZ. (ch. xxiv. 26), noun masc. def. 
A chamber, secret room. — PL def. poZ., S. Luke xii. 3; ver. 24, 
Store houses, Gr. Tafietov. 

7. ■ 1, no "^^V) ^AjOCTI (J, be not using (use not) vain repetitions — Or. fit} 
fiaTToXoyrjcrrjTe — Pael. part. pi. (forming iraperat.) of %ClQ^, 
Pa. .n nc^^ Was garrulous. Occurs hei'e only, 

— (|.i_^iL_£D |J^VoV).0, i7i much speaking — Gr. iv tyj 7roXvXoyia avrwu — 

Noun masc. def. Discourse, eloquence, speech; manner of speaking, 
ch. xxvi. 73; S. Mark xiv. 70, Gr. AaXta. E. ^^^, Pa. ^^, 
Spoke. * 

. o 7 P 

9 p.DCTI, Transl. Thus pray ye. 

— «.^,X)Aj, hallowed be- — dyiacrO-qTO) — Ethpaal fut. 3. sing, of «.j,_0 

■^ 7 _ r ? .. 

Pa. >-»r^. Sanctified. — Ethpa. w^,_dZ.| (Hebr. x. 29), Was con- 
secrated. — Pret. 3 pi. a.»,^Z"|, Hebr. ii. 11. — 2. pi. ^oA^j_dZ|, 

ICor. vi. 11.— 1. pi. ^'j_oZf, Hebr. x. 10 Part. pi. ^ . »pQALo, 

Hebr. X. 14. 

7 P -), 

11. 1 n inm> i^the bread) of our need — Gr. (tov uprov) tov lirLova-iov — 

£UQ-CD (1 Cor. xii. 22), noun masc. def. A want, necessity. — 
E. .niff), Needed. 

— ^lSdq_», this day — o-T/'/x-epov — Adverbial noun, compounded of p^Q_. 

poi. Compare Lat. hodie. In the parallel passage, S. Luke 
xi. 3. we have 1>0Q_»_\D, daily, day by day, Gr. to Ka6'' rifiipav. 

12. _t_dQ_K», our debts — to. o^£iXr?/xaTa rjft.^v — PI. Avith afF. of (HiQ-Kj, 

« p 7 .■^ p 

noun masc. def. An error, debt |.dQ-K> (jio, lord of debt, i.e. a 

creditor, S. Luke vii. 41. 

■.P 7 

A fern. def. form jAoa^j occurs, S. Matt, xviii. 32; with afl'. 
ver. 27. — E. »£iCL>j »nK>, Was guilty. 



S. MATTHEW VI. 12— IG. 249 

Ver. 12. Transl. And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven {a^rj- 
Kaixev, Sin. and Vat.) our debtors. 

13. \v/ |Jo, and lead us not — kol fxrj cicrevey/crys 7;|uus— Apliel fut. 

2. sing. with. afF. of \L.L viii. — See note, S. John xviii. 16. 

— po . rn 1 \ into tcjnptation — €ts Treipacr/xov — Noun masc. def. Trial, 

probation, temptation. — PI. def. pO-uIDJ, Acts xx. 19. — Another 
form is iLLroJ, Proof, 2 Cor. ii. 9. E. ]rn y Pa. __au, Tempted. 

— jj-k.^^, the power — -q Svva/jLL'i — Noun masc. def. Strength, force, viiracu- 

Ions p)Ower, miracle; military force, S.Luke xxi. 20. — PL « \ » ♦^'i 
1 Cor. XV. 24.— Def. XHL, S. Matt. vii. 22, &c.— R ^Q^, 
Pa. \\ ' ^\ Covfi: nied, strengthened. 

Heb. yTl) Ps. xviii. 33. — Chald. the same, Strength, Dan. iii. 
4: — Army, ver. 20; iv. 32. 

14. ^cnZ.Q_mCD, their trespasses — to. TTapaTTTtiijxaTa aviC^v — PL with aff. 

of o \nm (Acts XXV. 5), noun fem. Follg, crime, transgression. 

•X. 7 ,. ^ _ _ .0. x. 7 

n N'^ro (J), without fa,ult, innocent. Acts xvi. 37. — Def. (Z.CLAI1CD, 

Acts xxiv. 20 PL def. "jZoXiiCD. — R^'^CD, Was foolish, vjeak- 

minded. 

Heb. T\h'2'D or HiSd^^, Eccles. i. 17; ii. 3. 

IG. (•,• I Vin , of a sad countenance — o-KvOpwTroi — PL def. of i » ^^^ def. 
\; > V)0, adj. Sad, sorrowful. — PL .y . Vtn S. Luke xxiv. 17. 

V 

— Of foi'm part. Peil from ^klD, Was sad. 

— — .^ \*^ h^lD, disfiguring, i.e. they disfigure — Gr. o.<^avit,ov(TL — Pael 

part. pL of \\ ^ - ' ^ Travailed in child-birth. Part. fem. U^I^j, 

Rev. xiL 2 Pa. \irijo, the same, in Rom. viii. 22; Gal. iv. 19, 

27. Elsewhere in the N.T. Corrupted, spoilt, destroyed. — Pret. 3. 
fem. Z\\n.Kj, Rev. xix. 2. — 3. pL nX'-i ^. ch. xL 18. — L pL 

^^\n>^, 2 Cor, vii, 2 Fut. WokkJ Inf. Qlir:i>l». V>\, llev. 

xi. 18 Part. Wn >lSo, S. Luke xiL 33, &c. : — Fem. ]L:i.KKLD, 

Gal. iv. 27.— PL fem. ^A£ullD, Rom. viii. 22; 1 Cor. xv. 33. 
— Part. pass. WAJ.Vn 1 Tim. vi. 5 :— Fem. ]1n LlD ]J, ia- 
corrupt. Tit. ii. 8. 
W. C. 32 



250 S. MATTHEW VI. 16—24. 

Ver. 1 6. Ethpa. W*^ ^./ ] , Was corrupted, S. James v. 2. 

Heb. 7nn> ri. Travailed, Ps. vii. 15; — Spoiled, destroyed, 

~ T 

Isa. xiii. 5. These are however referable to separate roots; see 
the Lexicons of Gesenius and Fuerst. Chald. Pa. 73n> Dan. iv. 
20; vi. 23; Ezr. vi. 12.— Ithpa. SsHHi^, Dan. ii. 44; vi. 27; 
vii. 14. 

— ,nm . g^n.;<7>j their faces — ra TTpocTwrra aurwv — PI, with aff. of |^0»^^ 

(eh. xvi. 3, &c.), noun masc. def. The person, countenance, figure, 

appearance. — Constr. %2^0t\^, Col. ii. 23. — PI. def. (£30 1"^, 

S. Jude, ver. 16. — Derived from the Gr. word. 
17 _j> Aj|, Transl. But thou, lohen thov- fastest, loash thy face, and 

anoint thine head. 
18 oQrilO, Transl. And thy Father, which seeth in secret, lie shall 

reward thee. — The words kv tw ^avepw are wanting in the Sin. and 

Vat. MSS. 
19. (IHCD, the moth — cn^s — Noun masc. def. A grub, destructive to woollen 

fabrics; or, a weevil, in granaries. 
Heb. DD, Isa. Ii. 8. 

— (l^l, ihe rust — /Jpwcrts — Noun masc. def. occuiTing here only. — R. 

^>\d(, Devoured. 

X • P 

— . « » ^'^ , breaking through, break through — Stopucrcroucrt — Part. pl. of 

.7 

- ■> \g^ , Opened a way, dug through, penetrated. 

Compare Heb. ^p*^ , in Hithpa. Pressed oneself into, rolled, 

" T 

wallowed, Jer. vi. 26. 

21 y^ I Transl. There is also your heart. 

22. ( A . « g^ ^ simple, single — aTrXoCs — Part. Peil fern, of -(} » <=^ Used as 

an adjective. See note, S. John xxi. 18. 

— r-»0^> light, full of light — ^wrctvov — Adj. used in def. state as a sub- 

stantive. — See note, S. John xi. 10. 

23 y^n » >. Transl. IIow great will be thy darkness. 

24. s^Clm-3, he will despise — KaraKJipovqa-eL — Fut. 3. sing, of »4^^-* *^-* 

(with afF. S. Luke xxiii. 11), Set at nought, despised. — Pret. 2. pl. 



S. MATTHEW VI. 24—26. 251 

Ver. 24. .oA^, with aff. S. James ii. G. Part. ^V», Rom. ii. 22; xiv. 

10 Part. Peil »4-*-*, fern. ].4-»-*» ^^^^ ^^ ^ noun, Contemptible, 

2 Cor. X. 10 Ethpe, ^^j^s^^l' ^^^ despised Part. fem. 

l4j.^ZAk), Acts xix. 27. 

Heb. ^'!0, only in part. pi. Ezek. xvi. 57; xxviii. 24, 26. 

— |jQlnLD, Mammon — /Aa/n/xwra — The fjood things, riches, «fec. of this 

world. The full form would seem to he poLolk), as derived 
from pX, Sustained, supported. Some regard it as a corruption 
from jijDDDj a hidden store, treasure, Gen. xliii. 23. — E. J^^, 
ffid 
25. v9^0- ^' ^"^'^ "^ thought— ix.rj /[xept/xvare— Put. 2. pi. (for imperat.) 

of .^<.-., TTas avixiows, carefid. — Put. «^r^P, ver. 27, below — 
Imperat. ^11, S. Luke x. 35.— Pi. CiaLI, 2 S. Pet. i. 10, &c — 
Inf. ^I]k2\, Acts XX. 35; Phil. iv. 10 — Part. ^^, ver. 34, 
below: — Fem. "is)^, coalescing with ».jAj|, S. Luke x. 41, — PL 

masc. ^. ' g^t 'J ver. 28, below, &c.: — fem. ^^^-», Tit. ii. 5 

Part. Peil pi. - ^ >t >, coalescing with ^jj, 2 Cor. viii. 21. 

— ^Q-aJuXZ., ye shall put oJi—ivSvarjaOe — Put. 2. pi. of . m n\ (Acts 

xii. 21), Clothed himself, loas dressed. Pret. 2. pi. ^0^ 1 n\ , 

Gal. iii. 27.— L pi. ^<i.n\, 1 Cor. xv. 49; 2 Cor. v. 3 Put. 

- 1 A\i 1 Cor. XV. 53.-3. pi. ^Q-iB.nlj, S. Mark vi. 9 

linperat. pi. O-aAl^, Eph. vi. 11, &c Part. . m n\ . S. Luke 

viii. 27 Part. Peil . m i n\, S. Matt.xi.8,&c.— Pi. ^i m ■ n\ , 

7 

same verse: — coalescing with ^--l->-*i Hebr. xiii. 13. 

Heb. SJ^lS. Ps- civ. 1.— Chald. ^^^S, Dan. v. 7, 16. 
~ T ~ : 

26. V^r^> ^^''^ birds, foiols — ra Trerctva — Properly part. fem. def. of 

ojf.2), Flew Put. ■ »■ .; g^ \ fem. ^j^i^L, Rev. xiii. 14 Part. 

oo^^, Rev. iv. 7, &c. — Pem. Xit^i^i, "sed in def. state as a subst. 

A bird, or, collectively, the feathered tribe: — with verb pi. as here, 

X 

or sing, as oh. xiii. 4, 32. — PI. masc. ^_»»*j^^, Rev. xix. 17.— PI. 
fem. def. as a subst. iS^L'^i), The binls, S. Luke xii. 24. 



252 S. MATTHEW VI. 26—28. 

Vcr. 2G. _j-_iSD.K», gathering, they gather — awayovcnv — Part. pi. of 

^\klK», Collected, stored U]) Fut. ^nV)»>J, 1. sing. ^akLK»"|, 

S. Luke xii. 7, 18. 

— [tdJASd, feeding, feedeth — rpi^^i — Part, of . > ro^Z. (Acts xiii, 18), 

verb of Pael (Pali) form, Fed, notirished. Pret. 2. pi. ^Aj-TDjZ., 

S. James v. 5. — 1. pi. —-uTDjZ., with afF. S. Mutt. xxv. 37 

Fut. "i^52^J, 3. pi. ^OTDJ^J, with aff. Rev. xii. G. — 2. pi. 
^a£D?ZZ, S. James iv. 3 — Ethpali ^-iJUJJZZ.] , Was fed. Part. 
fern. IIiDjZZ!^, Rev. xii. 14. 
Deriv. ( . m^n/^ noun masc. def. Food, Acts xiv. 16; xxvii. 36. 

— __»5AjuLd, much better than {^~o) — Gr. fidWov Siai^epcre — PI. of 3i& > V) 

(Acts xxvi. 13), adj. Excellent.— DqI "JjAIId, 2 Cor. iii. 10; 
1 S. Pet. ii. 9.— Fern. "JjAILd, 1 Cor. xii. 31, &c.— Def. TZjAILd, 
Hebr. xi. 35.— PL masc. def. "jiAliD, 1 S. Pet. iii. 3 Of form 

,5-. X ^7 7 

Pael part, from >A_i , Abounded. Pa. 3A_i , Increased. 

0> 7 

27 CLLLd, Transl. And which of you, tvho is anxious {to do so), &c. 

— n g>irr>nVn\ fo add — Trpoo-^avat— Aphel inf. nf .g^m . not used, Aph. 

,^liiof (S. Luke iii, 20), Added. i^]^\ y<=^rno]. He added to 
speak, i.e. sjiaJce again, Gr. Trpocr^ets cittc, S, Luke xix. 11. — Pret. 
3. pl. Q_21iiof, Gal. ii. 6 Fut. .<^CT)QJ, 3. pi. ^Q_2irDQJ, 2 Tim. 

•X .7 * .7 

ii. 16; iii. 13. — 2. pl. ^Q_2uCD0Z, 1 Tliess. iv. 1 Imperat. s.2l£D0|, 

S. Luke xvii. 5.— Pl. O <^ rool' 2 S. Pet. i. 5 Part. .^rr)OV>, 

X 7 

Acts ii. 47.— Pl. ^1 <^rr)OV>, Phil. i. 17. 

Heb, &D^j Hiph. Ps. Ixxi. 14. Compare also the phrase 
*)^'77 ■]^T^ ftDh) ^^^^'^^ ^^6 S2)ake yet again, Gen. xviii. 29. 

OiAIdQ-O ^u^, imto his stature — Ittl ttjv rjXiKLav avrov — jAVio n (Eph. 

iv. 13), noun fem. def. The stature, height of a man; also, age. — 
R. ioar) :>ao. Base. 

Heb. ^ty\p> 1 Sam. xvi. 7; Height, of the Ark, Gen. vi. 15. 

T I 

28. Q-QjoZ], consider — Kara/xdOeTe — Ethpaal imperat. pl. of (n*^, Fx- 

1 7 . .K 

/jlored, examined, proved. — Ethpa. », i O '~)L \ , Contemplated 



S. MATTHEW VI. 28-30. 253 

Ver. 28. Part. ]niAk>, Rom. iv. 19.— PI. ^i noAk), Phil. iii. 17.— 
"Witli %^ of the object. 

— P_»Q_», the lilies — to. Kpiva — PI. def. of |Aj_»Q_», noun fern. def. 

A lily. — PI. of masc. form. 

Heb. ISJ'iliJ^, 1 Kings vii. 19; Ps. Ix. 1 (musical instrument); 
— l^'iSJ^', Ps. xlv. 1 (musical instrument); Song o^ Sol. ii. 16: — 
r\-^^\^, fern. Song of Sol. ii. 1, 2. 

— 1r-^??, of the field — tov dypov — Noun masc. def. A field, pasture, 

whither flocks are driven; a wilderness, desert place, S. Mark vi. 
31; S. Luke v. 16; xv. 4. — Compare note, S. John i. 23. 
Heb. ^yr^, Isa. v. 17; Mic. ii. 12. 

— —SvL, sjnnning, they sjnn — Gr. vif^ei — Part. pi. fern, of \>V^, Spun. — 

Occurs elsewhere only in the parallel passage, S. Luke xii. 27. 

29. i-»_CC1dZ"J, loas arrayed — izepi^jiaX^ro — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing, of jillD, 

I 7 .-l> 

Concealed. — Ethpa. Was hidden, clothed. — Pret. 3. pi. O > mn Z.(, 
Rom. iv. 7:— Fem. Jls^^lX, S. Luke xix. 42 — Put. ]mLAj, 

fern. |mS)Zr, S. Matt. viii. 24.-1. pi. "(m^Aj, ver. 31, below 

Part. fem. ]t mnAV)^ 1 Cor. xi. 6. 

30. 1 : .<^v\ the grass— rov xoprov — (nV)S or |; i V>S (Castel) noun 

masc. def. Grass, hay. 

Compare Heb. y^)^, A bundle, sheaf of corn, Amos ii. 13: — 
and ^jj^, the same, Deut. xxiv. 19; Ruth ii. 7, 15. R. *l^j;, 
Bound together. 

— jiaLj, of the field— rov aypou— Def. of ^^TLk. (Acts i. 19), or ^^jEuj, 

noun masc. A part, portioii of land. 

Compare Heb. pSll, 2 Kings ix. 10. R. pSll, Divided by 

^0^— Chald. pSn, Fart, portion, Dan. iv. 12, 20; Ezr. iv. 16 

But this comparison, approved by many scholars, is disallowed by 
Michaelis, who refers the word to the Arabic. (Castel's Lex. ed. 
Michaelis.) 

— \J^^}iO, to-morrow — avpiov — Adv. of time. 

Heb. in!:, Judg. XX. 28. 



254 • S. MATTHEW VI. 30—34. 

Ver. 30. jJQjZ, the oven — KkijBavov — Noun masc. def. occurring in the 
N, T. only here and S. Luke xii. 28, A furnace^ oven. 
Heb. y\^p\, Gen. xv. 17. 

— . m *^\V), clothing f He clothes — aixf^Uvwcnv — Apliel part, of - » ^^ , 

Was dressed, put on clothes Aph. - » '^ ^^ (with aff. S. Luke 

xxiii. 11), Clothed a person. — Pret. 2, sing. A « A nn. ^ with afF. 
Hebr. X. 5.-3. pi. n « n.!^, with aff. S. Matt, xxvii. 28, 31, &c. 

Imperat. pi. with aff. S. Luke xv. 22. 

Heb. Hiph. ^^^/Hj Gen. xxvii. 16. — Metaph. Ps. cxxxii. 
IG Chald. Aph. ^^S"!, Dan. v. 29. 

— (/o ^V> -m ,_,)CLL], little of /with — ye of little faith — Gr. oAiyoTrto-Tot — 

See note, oh. v. 19, above. — 

U«> p 7 _ « 7 

n yKn .m noun fern. def. Truth, fidelity. — Derived from -lOjOl, 

Believed. See note, S. John i. 7. 
31 W . '^m |J J Transl. Therefore take no thought, or say. 

32. OGl )VnV>v^ the Gentiles (see note, S. John v. 3) — to. Wvq — OOl is 

pleonastic; compare S. John viii. 2G (note). 

— .... ^OTiX «^I?) Transl. That also all these things are needful for you. 

33. ^_2lCDoZA1d, added, shall be added — Gr. Trpoa-TeOtjcreTat — Ethtaphal 

part. pi. fern, of .^ITD... Aph. «.2irD0|, Added. Ethtaph. 
.^imoIZf (Acts xi. 24, &c.). Was added.— Tret. 3. pi. O <^ rC)oLL] , 

Acts ii. 41 Put. ^^o2.Aj, S. Matt. xxv. 29; Hebr. xii. 19 

(adverbially, as in Aphel, see note ver. 27, above) Part. 

^£iCDoZZ\k), S. Mark iv. 24. — PI. masc. ^j_£irDoZAii, Acts 
v. 14. 

— .... I ' II 0C7I, Transl. For the morrow shall take thought for itself- — 

So the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

34. *CL2lCD, sufficient — Gr. apKerov — For (ng^m, fem. Enallage of gender. 



S. MATTHEW VII. 1—4. 255 



CHAPTER VII. 



Ver. 2. "jZvX^riO, with the measure — Gr. Iv <S fiirpta — Noun fern. def. 
A measure, specially a lesser, as the masc. form (S. John iii. 34) 
denotes a greater, (Castel, Scliaaf.) 

— vP^I ' ^ ■ '^^, 2/e mete — ixtTpdre. — Aphel part. pi. forming pres. 

tense, of v>ai} (not used). Aph. ^'\j^ | , Measured. 

Heb. 7^2 > Measured, Isa. xl. 12. — Hiph. v^^Hj 1 Kings vii. 
26, 38. 

— vv . n/ AV) it shall he measured — Gr. d.vTiixcTpr}6rja-eTai [fjnTp-qO-qcnTat, 

Sin. and Vat.) Ethpeel part, {for future) of the foregoing. — 

Ethpe. ^^j-oZZj, Was measured. 

3. jl 11 ^, the mote — to Ka/3<^os — (i^t, noun masc. def. A small splinter of 

wood, chaff, stubble, easily carried away by the wind. R. \L...^\-., 
Rolled away. Compare Job xiii, 25, &'TnjT\ ^^"> ^J^'p'^t^l, and 

wilt Thoupursue the dry stubble ? Syr. LS\ %^^j \ m , ^ . |L<fc_l^o. 
Compare Heb. 7^1 7]!, Stubble, Isa. xvii. 13. Primarily, A 
wheel, Isa. v. 28; — Whirlwind, Ps. Ixxvii. 19. 

— |^;JD, the beam — ttjv SokoV — Def. of «_>^, noiui fem. properly, A 

joist, rafter, from their meeting and fitting together. — Occurs only 
in this chapter. 

Heb. niip, 2 Kings vi. 2, 5.— R. Hip, Met. Pi. Laid or 
fitted beams, Ps. civ. 3. 

— AJ I ;-k>j:d , considerest — Karavoets — Part, (forming pres. tense) of ;_k>.^ , 

Perceived, tried or proved Put. 5Q_K»,CiJ, 2. pi. ^^-kk^^Z., Acts 

xxviii. 2G Part. Peil ^j-Atd, Rev. iii. 18.— Fem. def. "|2^a_^»jD, 

1 S. Pet. ii. 6. 
Denv. P;«K»as, noun masc. def. Trial, 1 S. Pet. i. 1 ; ii. 12. 
Heb. "inS) Proved, Isa. xlviii. 10. 

— T 

4. sCl2i\ <jDO*^ >, suffer (that) I may pull out; let me pull out — a<^£S 

€K/3aX(j) — 



25G S. MATTHEW VII. 5—12. 

Ver. 5. ^_^ . f.K «^A } it shall be made clear to thee; thou ihalt see clearli/ 

7 

— Gr. SiafSXiil/ei^ — Ethpeel fut. 3. sing, of ^-kk^, ver. 3, above. — 
Ethpe. ; '■'■ ^/ \ , Was tried, proved, S. James i. 1 2. 
G. |iiiX^l\, to the dogs — rots Kvat — PI. def. of ^d.^, noun masc. A dog. 
Def. ]iA£), 2 S. Pet. ii. 22. 

Hcb. iSs, Ps. xxii. 17, 21; lix. 7, 15. 

— tClO Aa_L^t '^Sd , your ^^ear^s — tovs iJi.apyapLTa<; u/xwi/ — PI. with aflf. of 

1". ^'' '' 

jA . 1 .ij^ (ch. xiii. 46), noun fern. def. A jjearl. PI. def. 

■)Al_3_/.-;k5, ch. xiii. 45. 

— |'^)-Kj, the swine — Gr. twv x^Lp^ov — PI. def. of ;.j1.jj, def. f;_tV->^) noun 

masc. A pig, boar. Fern. def. |Z.;_>]-kj, the sow, 2 S. Pet. ii. 22. 
Heb. yir\, Ps. Ixxx. 14. K ^|n Arab. Was thick. 

— ,Q_»0,J, they trample — KaTaTraTijauicnv — Fut. 3. pi. of »_»05 •-•J, Trod 

dow)i Fut. ._»0,J, Eev. xix. 15 Part. .-»(5, pi. > » o^ 

S. Luke X. 19. 

Heb. ^■^l'^. Job xxxix. 15.— Chald. Dan. vii. 23. 

— ^Cl^UQ_L|mj, they rend you, — prj^ioatv i^yita?— Pael fut. 3. pi. with aff. 

7 7 7 

of VJ]^, Clave asunder, split, tore. — Pa. Vi].ID, the same Part. 

u]Avn S. Luke v. 37. 

•X 7 

7. Q-»Q-D, knock — Kpovere — Imperat. pi. of .,« m (S. Luke xii. 3G ; Acts 
xii. 13), Knocked at a door; struck a harp; 2>itched a tent Fut. 

^ -n -X .11 ■" P 

•_»Q_QJ, 1. sing. ,_»Q-D|, Rev. iii. 20 — Part. . « n 1, ver. 8, 
below. — PI. _ib_*_QJ, S. Luke xiii. 25; Rev. xiv. 2. 

Ethpeel - « oi-^]^ Was struck. — Part. . m D lAkD, 1 Cor. xiv. 7. 

Chald. ^pj, Smote, as the knees one against the other for 
fear, Dan. v. 6. 
9. OT-ik ..^u»q1d, giving him; lolll he give, lit. extend, hold out, to him? — 

Gr. cTTiSwcret avTw ; — See note, S. John xx. 25. 
12. The omission of ovv in the Syi*. Vers, seems to justify the opinion of 
those who observe that it is here a mere expletive, or even 
redundant, not necessarily connecting the precept in this verse 
with the forejroincr. In the Sin. IMS. ovv is wanting. 



S. MATTHEW VII. 13—15. 257 

Ver, 13. ]t ' ^ J strait — Gr. a-rev^q — Part. Peil def. of ^-^, used as an" 
adjective. See note, ch. xiv. 22. 

— lAs, wide — TrXttTcia — Adj. Broad, spacious. — Fern. ]-iA^, Rev. xi. 8. 

— Of form part. Peil from jA^, Was wide. 

Chald. deriv. ^n3> -Breadth, with aff. Dan. iiL 1; Ezr. vi. 3. — 
Syr. YJtSi, Eph. iii.'lS. 

— |.K»^o5, broad — £vpux<Jpos — Fern, of ^>«»^o3 (2 Cor. vi. 11). Adj. Wide, 

spacious, enlarged. Of form part. Peil from »>j03 (cogn. o^kj9 ojJ , 

Breathed). Heb. n^*1> ^"^^ spacious, refreshment to, impers. with 7, 

1 Sam. xvi. 23 ; Job xxxii. 20.^Syr. Pa. osi05 , Enlarged. Im- 

perat. pi. QjaO), 2 Cor. vi. 13 Aph. ooOJj, Believed, refreshed, 

. 7 .7 
pret. 3. sing. fem. A>jO?|, 1 Tim. v. 10. Also, Smelt, part. 

•.K>^;i:D, 1 Cor. xii. 17. 

. e 7 

— G1,-iuO, thereat, by it, lit. by its hand — Gr. Si* avr^s — 

14. JSd, how! used as an interjection. 

Transl. How strait (is) the gate, &c. — The Sin. and Vat. MSS., 

altered by a later hand, read ti for ort. 
7 ^ 

— —A-^uO, strait — crTevt] — Adj. occurring here only in the N. T Form 

7 
part. Peil of ^-4^ j ^<^^ narrow. 

Heb. jbpj Was small, worthless, Gen. xxxii. 11; 2 Sam. vii. 19. 

15. 0301 Jl], beware — Trpoo-cp^ere — Ethpeel imperat. pi. of 5oil, Shone, was 

bright. In the N. T. only in part. Peil pi. __t;_i011 , Enlightened, 
metaph. Cautious, heedful. Gal. vi. 1; Hebr. ii. 1; xii. 15.__ 
Ethpe. JOljlj, Made sure, guarded, was diligent, cautious. Pret. 

3. pi. OJCTljll' S. Matt. xxviL 66 Fut. 5cTljp, 1 Cor. x. 12.— 

3. pi. ^Jcnjp, S. Matt. xvi. 12.— 2. pi. ^JOljlZ, ver. 11 

Imperat. JOIjlf, S. Luke xi. 35 Part. pi. ^5oi5^, S. Matt. 

xxvii. 64, where see note. 

Heb. *^^T (not found in Kal). Hiph. Taught, Exod. xviii. 
^0;— Warned, 2 Ohron. xix. 10.— Chald. ^'\, part. Peil pi. Ezr. 
iv. 22. 

w. ('. :}3 



258 S. MATTHEW VII. 15—24. 

Ver. 15. Q-iH^ r-^» inwardly — ecrw^cv — Compound adverb. See note, 
S. John XX. 26. 

— I^Q^-K*, ravening — apiray€<; — PI. def. of fc2)Q_^j.j (1 Cor. v. 11), noun 

masc. Bapacious, a rapacious j)^'>'son, extortioner. — R. '<=^ ^ *-', 
Seized. 
IC. (n 1 S, grajjes — Gr. (rTa(f>vX7]v — PI. def. (masc. form) of aClLI^, def. 
jZidJ_L, noun fem. prop. A bunch of grapes. 
Heb. '2'y^, Gen. xl. 10, 11. LXX. (na4>v\-q. 

— \d^iCLO, thistles — Gr. rpifSoXwv — PI. def. of j£i.^5Q_0, noun masc. 

def. A thistle, thorn. Lat. cardiLus. Here and Hebr. vi. 8, only. 

— ]j|2., figs — avKa — PI. def of |ZZ or "(Aj"jZ, A fig-tree. See note, 

" S. John i. 48. 

22. J5^», devils — Sai/xovia — PI. def of \'>\j» (ch. xv. 22; xvii. 18), noun 

masc. def The Devil, a devil, evil sinrit. — PI. _j)(^, S. Mark 
xvi. 9. 

Heb. *^^ only in pi. Q^ltJ^, Idols Le. demons, Deut. xxxii. 
17; Ps. cvi. 37. — R. *l!)^, Was powerful, laid waste, Ps. xci. 6. 

23. QmClk»3J, be far, depart — aTroxwpciTe — Apbel impei'at. pi. of %^.j^y (not 

used). Ethpe. fcQ_K»5Z.|, Withdrew himself, abstained. Put. 2. pi. 

■X 7 . .-R 7 ..1, 

^Q.n.^y LL, Acts XV. 29; Bom. xvi. 17 Imperat. *Q_k»3Z.|, 

1 Tim. vi. 6. (These forms are by some referred to Ethpa.)___ 
Aph. xO-Kty I (Acts xix. 9), Removed, departed. 

Heb. pJl"1> Removed, was far from, Ps. xxii. 12, 20. Hiph. 
Gen. xliv. 4; Ps. ciii. 12. 

24. pDjZu, he shall be Weened — Gr. ofioiwcrw avTov. (The Sin. and Vat. 

MSS. read o/xota)^77cr€Tat)__Ethpaal fut. 3. sing, of jSbj, Was like. 

Ethpe. ^j.kJjZ')'", Imitated. Part. pi. .Vn^AV> Eph. v. 1 

Ethpa. « .1 V>?Z.(, If 'as likened, transformed, became an imitator of. 
Pret. 3. sing. fem. ZuLsojZf, S. Matt, xviii. 23 ; xxii. 2.-2. pi. 

^A^jZ")^ 1 Thess. i. 6; ii. 14 Fut. 3. sing. fem. ]^]lll, 

S. Matt. xxv. 1. — 2. sing. ^^-iLL, 3 S. John ver. 11. — 1. sing. 
]lD?Zf, Phil. iii. 10.— 3. 1)1. vOSdjAj, Tit. i. 14 (Vienna).— 2. pi. 



S. MATTHEW VII. 24-26. 259 

Ver. 24. ^LojZZ'', Rom. xii. 2, &c Imperat. pi. QiDjZ"| , 1 Cor. xi. 1 ; 

Phil. iii. 17 Inf. Q_uk:?Aklli, 2 Thess. iii. 7 — Part. "jlijAk), 

2 Cor. xi. 14.— PI. ^_*-Lb?Ai, S. Luke xx. 20; Rom. ix. 29; 

2 Cor. xi. 15. 
_ \^£uJJit ^ wise— Gr. cj)povL/jM— Bel of ^ t ^ Kt (1 Cor. iii. 18 ; S. James 

iii. 13), adj. Wise, prudent— Fem. |V).nKt, 1 Cor. i. 25.— PI. 

masc. .An. nl >^ S. Luke xvi. 8, &c. Def. ]i2i.».^>j, S. Matt. 

X. 16, &c.— PI. fern. ^Sa'i^L, ch. xxv. 2.— Def. lAkil^^^, 

7 

ver. 4, 8, 9. — R. UlZi.j^, Was imse, knew. 

Heb. D^n, Ps- cvii. 4.3. — Chald. C3^'!5^l (from Pael), pi. 
r/!2"'5n, ^Vise, Dan. ii. 21. Def. ^^'•^'•I!n, the magicians, ch. 
ii. 12, &c. 

— ]i.^, built — (OKoSo/Jirja-c — ^Yerb Peal pret. 3. sing.— Put. (1 m , S. Luke 

xiv. 28. — 1. sing. "jLof, ch. xii. 18:— with aff. S. Matt. xvi. 18; 

xxvi. 61.-2. pi. ^QJJoZ", Acts vii. 49 Inf. linVlll, S. Luke 

xiv. 30 Part. "|1^, S. Matt, xxvil. 40, &c. :— Fem. l-^JLTi, 

Acts XX. 32.— PI. masc. ^-LlTD, S. Matt, xxiii. 29, &c — Part. 
Peil ]i •^ , fem. ] ' i A S. Matt. v. 14; S. Luke iv. 29. 

Heb. n^S, Gen. viii. 20.— Chald. ,1^3, Dan. iv. 27.— ^^^3, 

T T T : T ; 

Ezr. V. 3, &c. 

t^Q-», the rock — t-^v irkvpav — Noun masc. def. A rock, stone, stony 

ground PI. def. \^0-», Acts xxvii. 29. 

25. Q-j^Z"! , heat — irpocriir^a-ov, {wpoa-eKoif/av, ver. 27.) — Ethpaal pret. 3. pi. 

of "|j_^ or ^l^, Drove, agitated, troubled. — Part. fem. U'rZ, 
Hebr. X. 2 Ethpa. wj^Z.V{S. Luke vi. 48, 49), Beat vehemently. 

— wjCnoilZui, its foundations PL with aff. of l^lZua, def IAtdIA^ 

(S. Luke vi. 49; xiv. 29), noun fem. A foundation.— '?\. def. 
(masc. form) "JiblAji, S. Luke vi. 48. 
Transl. For its foundations were laid (Gr. TeOefxeXiwTo yap) upon the 
rock. 

26. ]l^<-n foolish— Gr. /AwpcS— Adj. masc. def. SUly, senseless.— Yem. def. 

lA^llii, Tit. iii. 9.— PI. masc. . ■ \^CY), Gal. iii. 3.— Def. U^, 



200 S. MATTHEW VII. 26—29. VIII. 1. 

Ver. 26. S. Matt, xxiii. 17, 19.— PI. fern. ,Jl£cD, ch. xxv. 2.— Def. 
■j^L^iim, ver. 3, 8. R. ^Cim, Was foolish. 
Heb. ^:i^, pi. Jer. v. 21. 

— U>-») ths sand — Gr. ryv afifiov — Noun masc. clef. 

Heb. ^in, Exod. ii 12; Ps. cxxxix. 18.— R. ^Tl, Rolled, 
wJdrled rotmd. 

27. 01A_1Q_2iLd, the fall of it — r] tttwo-i? aun^s — jAxng^V) (S. Luke 

ii. 34), noun fern. def. A falling down, ruin. R. ^\.2iJ, Fell. 
Heb. n7i3/!3j Isa. xxiii. 13; xxv. 2. 

T •• - 

28. 0001 — j'^OlZ., fAey i«e?'e astonished — cteTAi^VcrovTo— Part. Peil pi. 

masc. (forming imperf. tense) of 5criZ, Admired, was amazed. — 

Pret. 3. pi. OJOlZ, ch. xxi. 20, &c Fut. ioiAj, 3. pi. ^5cjlAj, 

ch. xiii. 54 Part. Peil ^-lOll, Acts iii. 11. 

29. I 5^ * ^1 one having authority — Gr. c^ovcriav c^wi' — Pael part. def. of 

• '' .71 7 

»4-^-» (not found in the N.T.), Had poioer, opjyressed. — Pa. -^ \ r. 

Exercised authority. Part. .(X \ »^^ fem. ( ^^ *^, S. Luke iv. 

32 Ethpa. 42lL»V, the same Fut. J^L»1, 1 Cor. vi. 12. 

Part. J^L»^., Rom. vi. 9 :— Fem. \\\^^m<n^ ver. 14. 

Heb. toSsj^, Eccles. ii. 19.— Chald. ^dS^, Dan. ii. 39; iii. 27; 
V. 7, 16. " ' • 

— . . . . |Jo, Transl. And not as their Scribes, and the Pliarisees. 

The Sin. and Vat. MSS. read ol Fpa/x/xaTcts aviwv. — The Cod. Ephr. 
adds Kai ot ^apia-aloL — a reading which is followed by the Vulgate. 



CHAPTER VIII. 

1. wjOIQ-SLOJ, they followed Him — r/KoXou^T^crav avT<3 — Pret. 3. pi. with 
aff. of '<^rs 1 (S. Mark ix. 38; S. Luke xv. 15), Followed, joined 
himself to. — Pret. 3. pi. Q_£lQJ, Acts xvii. 4. — 1. pi. _2LQJ, 

with aff. S. Mark x. 28 Fut. ^aOJ, S. Matt. xix. 5; S. Mark 

X. 7: — Fem. * *..^oZ., Rom. vii. 3.-2. sing. ^SLDl, Col. ii. 21 



S. MATTHEW VIII. 1—5. 261 

7 ' 7 ^ 

Ver. 1. Imperat. k2iO, Acts viii. 29. — PI. Q_2LD, Rom. xii. 16 Part. 

^£l£U, 1 Cor. vi. 17: — Fein. ].2LQJ, Eev. vi. 8. — PI. masc. 
» c^ni Rev. xiv. 13 Part. Peil c2U>QJ, Acts viii. 13. — 

^ xir 0..I7 

PI. masc. ' ^ ' ni Acts xi. 23, &c. — PI. fern. ,_2>i_aJ, S. 

77.. 71 •Xl>7T>. 

Mark xv. 41 Ethpaal ^2lQjZ.|, same as Peal. — Inf. q_2lQJZ\1qA, 

X 7 -^ -^ ^7 

Acts ix. 26 Part, pi. ^ i g^mAlD, Rom. xii. 9 — Aphel *£UD|, 

same as Peal (see Acts xvii. 5), also, Began, Acts i. 22, «fec. — 

. 7 .7 

Pret. 3. sing. fem. Lsi^], Acts x. 37 (wanting in Vienn. but 

■^ .7 

restored by Tremellius). — 1. sing. L£LO\, ch. xi. 15. — 3. pi. 
Q.2LO]\ cb. ii. 4.-2. pi. ^L£i^], Phil. iv. 10. 

Compare Heb. &pi, Tl'^e^^ round, in a course, as holy-days, 
Isa. xxix. 1. Hiph. Job i. 5. Encompassed, Ps. xvii, 9, &c. 

« 7 

2. (^r\t> * ?e/)er — XeTrpos — Noun masc. def. Prop. Leprosy, see ver. 3; 

S. Mark i. 42; S. Luke v. 12, 13. Whence, A leprous man. — 
PI. def. "|£)-J., S. Matt. x. 8, &c. 

Heb. i^il, Scab, scurvy, Deut. xxviii. 27. — LXX. ij/wpa dypM. 

TT 

3. pjZ], 6e thou clean— Ka6apL(r6r]TL — Ethpaal imperat. of ]bj. Was clean. 

X 7 . .1> X 7 • .1« 

Ethpa. fc_».DjZ.j (in this ver.), Was cleansed. — Pret. 3. pi. O i "^^L], 

S. Luke xvii. 14 Put. "[djAj, 3. pi. ^Q^jAj, Acts xxi. 23 

Part. |£)5^.k), Hebr. ix. 22.— PL masc. ^^ > n?Al^, S. Matt. xi. 5; 
S. Luke viL 22.— PI. fem. ,_L55Ak), Hebr. ix. 23. 
— (Av » o OXO, immediately — Gr. ev^ews — Lit. in it, in the hour, i.e. in 
that hour, at that moment. See note, S. John i. 39. 

4. PJtSX, to the priests — Gr. t<3 icpet — So also S. Mai'k i. 44; S. Luke 

v. 14, followed, as here, by ^OlZojOlDQA, for their testimony, 
i. e. the testimony of those who were healed ; or, the Priests' 
testimony and warrant for their cure. Gr. cis ixaprvptov avrots, 
i.e. (as commonly interpreted) for a testimony unto thevi, sc. the 
people. 

5. jJOi-^J-D, a centurion — €KaToVTap;i(os (Kcvrvptwv, S. Mark xv. 39, 44). 

__Lat. centurio, whence the Syr. word. PI. _j.JO'^J_D, Acts 
xxiii. 23. — Def. ^JO'^^J-C)) ^'^^'- I''- 



262 S. MATTHEW VIII. 6—14. 

7 7 ■?« 7 

Ver. 6. .r^ iA • V) tormented — /3acravi^6fxevo<s — Ethpaal part, of *QJL», 
Tortto'ed, afflicted. — Pa. *Q_1_», the same. Ethpa. .o iA ^j, Was 

tormented Fnt. *OjA-«J, Eev. xiv. 10. — 3. pi. ^OQJZLmJ, ch. 

ix. 5; XX. 10 Part. fern. (r> iA »^^ Rev. xii. 2. — PI. masc. 

^> AiA^C-.^ S. Mark vi. 48. 

8. . . ^5^. ^^2/ '''^^f — Aiou...T»)v (TTey-qv jI^Lo, noun masc. def. A dwell- 

ing. Occurs here only. Form of A ph. part, of \L,(^, Aph. ^^j, 
Overshadowed. A fuller form occurs, ver. 20 below. 

— (A\Vn«-^ ^j, s'peak the word; lit. speak in the word — Gr. cittc \6-^ov. 

9. •->r-»| Aj_k»Z, under me; lit. under my hands — Gr. tJtt' ifiavrov. 

10. fnV>v __iZ.|j,A, to them that loent with Him, i.e. that followed. Gr, 

Tots aKoXovOovcTLv — Part. pi. of jZj, with pref. relative 5, to which 
the first vowel is remitted, — and the prep. ,^. 

11. (*-i; *^^^ the west — Gr. 8i»cr/xa)v — Noun of foi-m Aph. part, of *^r^, 

Set, as the sun: a verb occurring in the N.T. only once, in fut. 3, 

7 1> 

sing. »i:)f-U, Eph. iv, 26. 

7 

N.B. This verb must not be confounded with *0;^, Mingled, sifted; 
fut. .*^n; M^ S. Luke xxii. 31, where see note. 

Heb. I'nyD, m. Ps. Ixxv. 7; ciii. 12; cvii. 3 ;— and M^'^WIlD , 
f. Isa. xlv. 6. 

Uo 7 
},£i, o?t^er — Gr. to e^ojTepoi/ — Adj. masc. def. Outward. PI. def. 

. « 7 

(_t'^, </iOse </iai are without, S. Mark iv. 11. 

P 'X 

— »d5q_k», gnashing — o /?puy/ios — Noun masc. of frequent occurrence 

.i> -K 7 -n 7 

in this Gospel, and always with p ■ P. *Of.>^, Pa. *Dt-»a, 
(P'was/iec/. 

f* p .7 fcP p 

14. mAVni.^\j /izs wife's mother — Trjv Trei'Oepdv avTov — |AVok. noun fem. 
def. A mother-in-law. 

Heb. niDn, Puth i. 14; ii. 11, 

T 

— lAj»j C7L_ik (, - '^>(; the fever held her, i.e. sick of a fever — Gr. irvpea- 

(Tova-av — Part. Peil fem. used actively. See Cowper's Gr. §91; 
and note, S. John ii. 6. 



S. MATTHEW VIII. 16—25. 263 

Ver. 16 *Q^J0, Trans. And He cast out their devils hy the Word. 

17 001 J, Trans. That He shall hear our griefs and carry our in- 
firmities. 
20. |iLA^, to the foxes (^01^ Aj], there are to them), i.e. foxes have — 
Gr. 61 aAwTTCKcs cxovo-i — PL def. of (IlZ (S. Luke xiii. 32), noun 
masc. def. 

Heb. ^'^'!\'^, A fox, jackal, Neh. iii. 35 (E.Y. iv. 3); Ps. 
Ixiii. 11. 

— P^-Q-J} holes — Gr. (f)Oi\eov<s — PI. def. of (A.QJ, noun masc. def. A den, 

cave. Occurs only here and S. Luke ix. 58. — R. ^IQJ, Ethiop. 
Was cleft, gaped open. Heb. metaph. Was alienated from, Ezek. 
xxiii. 18, 22, 28. 

— I \ \(\^^ a nest, shelter — Gr. Karao-KT^vojcrets — Noun masc. def. — PI. 

. \\^<J^ S. Luke ix. 33.— Form of Aph. part, from^, 

Aph. ^^1, Overshadowed. 
24. (,1 N ". ^ ^j with the waves — v-tto twv Kvixdroiv — Noun pi. def. (sing, 
wanting), A wave. — R. \^i ^\i> Heb. 77]!, Boiled. 
Heb. pi. C3^^^, Ps. xlii. 8; Ixxxix. 10; cvii. 25, 29. 

— jocn yt.x^i, He was asleep — iKaOevSe — Part. Peil (forming imperf. 

~ y ... 

tense) of ^SO) (S. Luke viii. 23), Slept, and metaph. Slept in 

death, was dead. — Pret. 2. sing. AllLOj (so Vienna and most Eds., 
others read L:^^), S. Mark xiv. 37.-3. pi. QjqSdj, S. Matt. 

xiii. 25: — Fem. . '^^ ^^ ch. xxv. 5 Fut. *^^r-l, S. Mark iv. 

27. — 1. pi. j^^fJ, 1 Cor. XV. 51; 1 Thess. v. 6 Imperat.pl. 

aiik)5, S. Matt. xxvi. 45; S. Mark xiv. 41 Part, ^k??, pi. 

—juliSDj, 1 Thess. iv. 13; v. 7. — For the regular participle, the 
participial noun j^lDj is often used; see note, S. John xi. 12. 

25 a^^-OO, Transl. And His disciples came to awaken Him. For 

^(JIOj-l^Ljj, which is faulty, a MS. reads ^'^"l*^^y^{, ^OlO^j^l, 
as in S. Luke viii. 24. 



264. S. MATTHEW VIII. 26—30. 

Ver. 26. ^^A\q-k.5, fearful— SeiXoi— PI of ^2l1q_»^5, def. ]jAX(Lk.5, 

adj. Timid, alarmed. — PI, def. p/LlQ_Ki), Rev. xxi. 8. — R. ^\.k»>, 
Feared. 

— |p, He rebuked — liriTifxria-i — Verb pret, 3. sing, followed by »i:i of the 

object, Rep'oved, restrained, forbade, charged. — Pret. 3. pi. o]i), 

ch. xix. 13; S. Luke xviii. 15 Put. ]]£iJ.__Imperat. wiP, 

S. Luke xvii. 3; xix. 39 Inf. ]]nV^\, S. Matt. xvi. 22; 

S. Mark viii. 32 Part. "|]^, S. Mark iii. 12; S. Luke iv. 41.— 

Pi. ^JID, S. Matt. XX. 31,"&c. 

Heb. nX3> Kal not used; Hiph. Afflicted, saddened, Ezek. 

T T 

xiii. 22. — Niph. Was humbled, Ps. cix. 16. — Compare T^T^^i !*>• 

T T 

Reproved, restrained, 1 Sam. iiL 13. 
i \ •, a calm — yaX-qvrj — Def. of - ' \ », noun masc. Tranquillity, 
silence. Adverbially, ( » n • rr^> immediately, S. Mark ix. 8, 
where see note. R. \Lm or .„t,\ > , Ceased, was still. 

Heb. 'h^, 2 Sam. iii. 27:— ^Sk^", Ps. xxx. 7:— HlSt^*, cxxiL 
7 Chald. n^K^', Dan. iv. 24. 

T .. . 

29. j^_Lo _A |Ld, what have we to do with Thee? — ti ly/ttv koX trot; — See 

note, S. John ii. 4. 

— 1^—^, hither — JiSc — Adv. of place. See note, S. John ii. 16. 

— _QJ_»Z.J, tJbat Thou mayest torment us — Gr. f3aaavi(rai rjixa.<; Pael 

7 -R 7 

fut. 2. sing, with aff. of *£1J_», Tortured. Pa. .£UL^, the same. — 

Pret. 3. pi. CLCU_», Rev. xi. 10 Put. -"^^ « ^ Part. »ClLLSd, 

2 S. Pet. ii. 8. 
Deriv. (n io » noun masc. def. Torment, 2 S. Pet. ii. 4, &c. 

Compare Heb. pjn> Niph. Hanged himself, 2 Sam. xvii. 23. — 
Pi. Strangled, Nah. ii. 13. 

30, ,nm i^n v>Gri_^, a good way off from tli^m—jxaKpav air avrwi/ — v>C7T_u, 

adv. of place. There, Gr. Iku, Hebr. vii. 8; S. James ii. 3. — 
Followed by _ Lo, adv. of distance, Beyond, as ^*^*^ ^_iD v>aT^, 
beyond Babylon, eVcKctva Ba/SuXwi'o?, Acts vii. 43 : — ^QJHiiD ^CJI^, 



S. MATTHEW VIII. 30—33. 265 

Vei'. 30. beyond you, Gr. tts ra virepiKeiva vfx.(ov, 2 Cor. x. 16: — 
\)TL^ _1do |id301 ^^, on either side, Gr. ivTivOiv /cat ivTtvOei', 
Rev. xxii. 2. 

The Syr. \>CJI (always witli pref. J^) answers to the Heb. 
J^/H, properly a noun, Distance, remoteness; always with final 
n_, nX /H) adv. of place, Away, further, Gen. xix. 9; or of time, 

T T : T 

Forward, 1 Sam. xviii. 9. 

— IrCl^, » ^i^'i'd — dyiX.r] — Noun fern. def. Properly A herd of oxen, but 

used of other animals, which are then specified. Though of sing, 
form, it takes Ribui, as a noun of multitude. Ribui, however, is 
wanting, S. Mark v. 11, 13. 

Heb. "IpS, for the most pai't collectively. Oxen for ploughing, 

|tt 

Job i. 1 4. — R. *lp3 , Split, furrowed the ground. Compare Lat. 

I-T 

armentum for aramentnm, from arare, 
32. L*hL, ran straight — Gr. wp/xrjcr^ — Pret. 3. sing. fern, of . 3Z., Directed, 
guided, ivent in a straight course. Pret. 1. pi. y\>^, Acts xvi. 

11 Put, fOJLji, S. Luke i. 79 Imperat. pi 0»o5Z., S. Luke 

iii. 4 Part. Peil ^3^, used as a noun, Right, straight, Acts 

viii. 21.— Def. ll-.'i-, ch. ix. 11.— Fem. def. '{l^Jil, 2 S. Pet. 
ii. 15. -PI. fem. def. l^-I^J^, Acts xiii. 10. 

. P f> -x • 

Deriv. j.JoZ., noun raasc. def. Correction, reformation, 2 Tim. iii. 16; 
Hebr. ix. 10. 

— ^.^.^, uj) to the top of the precipice, whence they leaped down — Gr. 

Kara tov Kprjfivov. 

— |^a..Q.«.bL, to the rock — Noun masc. def — Lit. A.n overhanging rock, 

hollowed out by the beating of the waves beneath. — R. s'^O •, 
Beat against. Form of part. Peil. 
Transl. And th<U v;hoh herd ran straight tip to the top of the rock 
{cliff), and they fell (sc. 1v-»{>j) into the sea. Compare the parallel 
passages, S. Mark v. 13; S. Luke viii. 33. 

33 ajQ»K»0, Transl. And they told everything that was {done), and 

concerning those demoniacs. 

w. c. 34 



200 S. MATTHEW IX. 1—13. 



CHAPTER IX. 



V er. 4. ^OlAn ■ kkSd, ^/jfir thouyhis — ras ivdvfj.ijaeL'i avrwp — PI. with 
aff. of ]A^>^lD, def. ]h'^» K^ (S. Luke ix. 46, 47), noun 
fem. IViought, reasoning, doubt. — PI. def. ] A«-^ m .. .Vi g. Matt. 
XV. 19, &c. — E. »n ■ Kj, Thought, deliberated. 

Heb. n^trrtto, Gen. vi. 5:— and r\'2m'!2, Estli. viii. 3, 6. 

T T *■; -• '.' V -; — 

«^- « n I ■ ^, frtft"?/ — Gr. cvKOTTwrepov — Adj. lit, Uxjilained, laid open,— 
Fem. ]o I a^, S. Mark ii. 9; S. Luke v. 23, Form of part. 
Peil from >n ft ^ (not used). Pa. -ri « g^ ^ Explained. 

9. (m^^o Zl»>0, «i </ie receipt of custom — Gr. cVi to reXouVtoi/ — Lit. ^Ae 
house OT place of the publicans. See note, S. John ii. 16. 

7 

10 r— "^' Tiansl. And as they were sitting at 7neat (kol diaK€t/xeVwi', 

Sin. MS.), in the house, there came many publicans and sinners, 
and sat doum with Jesus and with His disciples. 

12. ].*-CD(, the physician — Gr. laTpov — Def. of lli], part, of pD], Healed. 

The part. def. is used as a noun, A physician, one that heals. — PI. 
(fem. form) V-^'i, S. Mark v. 26; S. Luke viii. 43.— So also 
[.k~1.7, a shepherd, pi. def. (Z.Q_L), S. Luke ii. 8. 

7 

13. QJ.LD, ichat that meaneth, ichat it is — tl Icmv — See note, S. John 

xiv. 22. 

— n 1 KJ, mercy — eXcof — Noun masc. def. Grace, kindness, comiJassion. 

y 
R. ^J-j^ _ao , ^Yas gracious, had pity. 

Heb. [n, Gen. vi. 8. 

Transl. I seek (^require) mercy. 

— (A»_05, sacrifice — Ovaiav — Noun fera. def. — R. «-k>.^j, Sacrificed. — 

For the masc. form ]js>,ri5, see S. Mark xii. 33, note. 

— |.q1i)V-^, the righteous — SiKatovs — PI. def. with pref. A of the object, 

T 7 . f> 17 

of sCL^'i\ (S. Luke ii. 25), adj. Just, upright. Def. {nj?], S. Matt. 
X. 41, &c.— Fem. def. ]2j:1j?1> 2 S. Pet. ii. 8.— PI. masc. . n X] , 

7 * 1^ ' 

S. liuke i. G. — R. *0}\. Was just. Fi-orn this jidj. is derived 



S. MAJTHEW IX. 13—16. 267 

Ver. 13. A->^Q-.5l, adv. Justly, 1 Cor. xv. 34. 
Heb. p^'^y:, Ps. xi. 7. 
Transl. For I am not come to call the righteous, hut sinners. The 
words ets /Aeravoiav are wanting in the Sin. and Vat. MSS. both 
here and in the parallel passage, S. Mark ii. 17. 

14. 1 . Vn > . (for ^i-KJ —JLkL*.) ive fast — vrjcrTeuo/^ei/ — Part, forming 

pres. tense. See note, ch. iv. 2, above. 

15. paj-iij, of the bride-chamber — rod vv/a^ojvos — Noun masc. def. Oc- 

curring only here and in the parallel passages, S. Mark ii. 19; 
S. Luke V. 34. Pi,, ^hii Heb. p^, Covered over, protected. 

— \lDL.Mu2, shall be taken aioay — airapOfj — Ethpeel fut. 3. sing, of ^^.Q_», 

Eaised, removed. — Ethpe. ^o-OA^|, Was removed, S. Mark ii. 20; 

S. Luke xxiv. 31 Fut. 3. sing. fern. \hl\j^l (for . .\nA«7), 

S. Matt. xxi. 43 Tmperat. ^o'Aj]' S. Matt. xxi. 21 Part. 

\hL m V?, fern. |lD'A.«.ii, 2 Cor. iii. 16.— PL masc. -..i-N O^ ■ V>, 
Acts viii. 33. • 

16. jAi».o3oj, a jjiece of cloth — iiTLftXij/xa — Noun fern. def. Anything sewn 

7 

on. P. K^h , Pressed together, fitted. — Occurs elsewhere only in 
the parallel passages.— From the same root is derived p^iDOJ , pi. 
def. p.^0), Gr. aifiLKivOia, Acts xix. 12. 

— \ » ^*~>; old — Gr. TraXatw — Part. masc. def. of |lo or uj.Xo, Was old', 

grew old.— ^art. jl^j, 1 S. Pet. i. 23.— Pl.'masc. ,_^Sr:, S. Luke 
xii. 33. Used in the def state as an adjective. PI. fem. def. 
|7\;-\A in the next verse; S. Mark ii, 22; S. Luke v. 37.— The 
pointing ( » \*^ and |A . \*^^ found in some Editions, is faulty. 
Heb. H/S) Grew old, Ps. xxxii. 3; cii. 27. — H/S* f^"^- H/Sj 

T T V T T T 

adj. Wor7i out. Josh. ix. 4, 5. 

— kSoZZ (for . . c^n? ?j may tear aiuay — Gr. aipet — Fut. 3. sing. fem. of 

«^Aj, Drew, dragged. — Fut. ^SoAj. Occurs here only in Peal. 

() 7 7 

— Ethpeel (or Ethpa.) part. pi. fem. ^.sAjAId, are turned about, 
guided, S. James iii. 4. 



208 S. MATTHEW IX. lC-23. 

Ver. 16. \^\^, the rent — o-xiV/Aa — Noun masc. def. — R. Vi].0, Tore. 

Occurs liere only. 
Transl. That its fidness, i.e. tlie piece inserted, may not tear away 

from that garment, and the rent become worse. 
17. \Ji^\, bottles — Gr. da-Kov'i — PI. def. (masc. form) of ^Ol, noun fem. A 

bladder, wine-shin. — R. *Q.ID1, Heb. T^T)] Poured, Job xxxvi. 27. 

— j_»|ASd, be j)Oured out — Gr. lK-x<uTai — Ethpeel part, of ,„»|, Poured. — 

Eth2:>e. j.j(Z|, Was i:)0ured, ch. xxiii. 35; S. Luke xi. 50; Acts 
i. 18. 
Transl. That the bottles be not broken, and the wine sjnlled, and the 
bottles 2}erish. 

— ^;_4jZ\1d, j)''i'sserved, are preserved — q-vvT-qpovvrai — Ethpeel part. pi. of 

'^, A"e;9i!.— Ethpe. -^iX, Was kept Fut. ^4^^' -^^ts xxv. 

21, 25.-3. pi. ^^'Aj, 2 S. Pet. ii. 4 Part. r^Ak), S. Luke 

viii. 29. 

18 ]Z(, Transl. There came a certain rider (and) approached (and) 

worshipiyed Him. 

19 !i<LDO, Transl. And Jesus arose, and His disciples, and they fol- 
lowed him (loent after him). 

20. OllsDj (OOl (jjj, whose blood had flowed — Gr. alixoppoovaa — Part, with 

(OCT, here with force of pluperf. tense. 
23. r,il5l, the oninstrels — rous avXr]Td<; — PI. def. of (;lDl, noun masc. def. 

7 

A singer, musician. Occurs here only in the N.T. — R. '^:^\, 
Sung, played on an instrument. 

Chald. n^T, pl. def. Xn^T, Ezr. vii. 2-k 

T - T -T - « 

I 7 1\ 

— ' * W * ^^' ^'^^^^ (were) making a noise— Gv. 6opvj3ovix€vov — Ethpeel 

part. pl. nf . » .. m ^ Disturbed Ethjie. - * 1 1 '' * I (S. Luke i. 12; 

Acts ii. 6), Was troubled, agitated, confounded. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. 
Zu^/A^t, Acts xix. 29; xxi. 30.— 1. pl. ^.jL^.A^f, cli. xix. 40. 

_Fut. ^^^A^, 2. pl. ^„M-^X»r, 1 S. Pet. iii. 14 Part. 

r.A.«.ii, 1 Cor. xiii. 4:— Fem. \^^»^}), S. Matt. xiv. 24. 



S. MATTHEW IX. 24—27. 269 

Ver. 24. o np; <^ , givi jjlace, i.e. withdraw, depart (followed by pers. 

7 

pron. dat. pleonastic) — avax^petrc — Imperat. pi. of sd^Si (ch. 
xxvi. 39, jtc), Broke off, spjmrated; whence, Set free, delivered, 
redeemed; and reciprocally, Set himself free, departed. — Pret. 1. 
sing. LOi^, Avitli afF. Acts xxiii. 27. — 3. pi. CLD^, cli. xxii. 29; 

xxvi. 31 Fut. »D0;_£1J, 2 Tim. ii. 19; with aff. S. Matt, xxvii. 

43, tfec. — 1. sing. sO0-r2:>X, Acts vii. 34.-3. pi. ^QJD;..2U, Acts i. 

4, (fee. — 2. pi. ^jQ^Eji., Hebr. iii. 12 Imperat. ^0-^, S. Luke 

V. 8; with aff. S. Matt. xiv. 30, &c Inf. *o]^'-})\, with aff. 

5. Matt, xxvii. 49 Part. »D^, 2 Cor. i. 10:— Fern, loj^, 

S. Luke ii. 37; ix. 39. — PI. masc. ^.x. O^g), Acts xix. 12 Part. 

I 9 

Peil *0_.^a. Acts i. 12, (fee: — see note, S. John xi. 18 Aph. 

%0-r2i\, Removed, caused to abstain. Fut. *D;_2U, 2 Cor. xii. 8 

X V 

Part. pi. ^_i.ID;..2ilD, 1 Tim. iv. 3. 

Hob. p13, Broke, broke off, liberated. Gen. xxvii. 40; Ps. 
vii. 3; cxxxvi. 24. — Chakl. p1i3, imperat. Dan. iv. 2i. 

— "JA . \ / the maid — to Kopdaiov — Noun fern. def. — See note, S. John 

iv. 49. 

yip 

— OOOl . n ^.. .. they laughed to scorn — KareyeA-cov — Part. pi. (fomning 

~ 7 . 1 1 7 

imperf. tense) of ^ukk-., Laughed, derided. Followed by ^^ of 

the object Fut. j^^^i^J, 2. pi. ^ O *^\-' ^- I^^^^e vi. 21 

Part. ^>a-<.. 

Cogn. Hebr. ppl^, Gen. xviii. 12, 13. 

7 

2') r^O) Transl. And when He had put forth (dismissed) the crowd. 

27. «_iCriQ_QiI25, folloioed Him — rjKoXovOriaav av'rw — Pret. 3. pi. with aff. 
of %CLi2)'i (S. Luke X. 11), Clave, adhered to. Pret. 3. pi. Q-Q^j, 
Eev. xviii. 5 Fut. *Q.rD,J Part. Peil *Q.j.^j, S. Mark v, 24; 

' X I 7 

Acts xiii. 7. — PI. masc. __A.O..k_Oj, S. Mark vi. 1. 

Heb. 'p'yr\, Ps. cii. 6; cxix. 31 Chald. p!l1, part. pi. Dan. 

ii. 43. 

7 7 ..K _ » , 

— 'i)CL»^hL\, have mercy — iXerjo-ov — Ethpaal imperat. of i>CLK»), Loved. 

•« 7 

Pael i>Q>j>, Pitted, had mercy on, Phil. ii. 27; 1 Tim. i. 16 



270 S. MATTHEW IX. 27—35. 

Ver. 27.^ Fut. isQjo^J, Rom. xi. 32. — 1. sing. i>CL*j3], ch. ix, 15 Tmperat. 

pi. QiQjll, S. Jutle ver. 23 Part. ^ioL^, Rom. ix. 15, 18; 

xii. 8. 

Ethpa. i>Q»K»5Z.( (ver. 36, below, &c.), Was moved to compassion ; 

and, actively. Pitied. — Pret. 1. sing. AVn...^/ j Rom. ix. 25 

This verb, contrary to the general rule, retains the vowel of tlie 
2nd rad. in Ethpa. imperative. But some Editions read ^sOj^jZ-j, 

y ? -r. ~ 

here and S. Lvike xvii. 13 Part. ULkjjZxLd, S. Matt. xv. .32; 

S. Mark viii. 2. 

iy 7 

28 Q.d;.ID, Transl. They brought to Him those blind men. 

30 Ii-kkIdo, Transl. And immediately tlieir eyes loere opened. 

31. fc-iOlon 1^1, they sjiread abroad His fame — Sie^^f/xtcrav avrov — Aphel 

~ .7. 

]n'et. 3. ]il. with aff. of k'~\'~)^ <^i. Knew, teas assured of. — Pa. 

-^7 .71? 7i.7 X7 

%*~)'^ Q, Made known, re2)orted, __^^.50 - > V?^; . i \l> _»_i:iCu^.SD, 
they will report of us that we swore and were false, Bar Hebr. Chron. 

Aph. *Cl^] (and »ID^]), Published a report: — with aff, S. Mark 

i. 45. Occurs not elsewhere in the N.T. 

Cogn. Heb. ii"^, Poel ^^li'^, Made talkative, once, Song of 

~ T 

Sol. vii. 10. 

7 

32 r^Oj Transl. And when Jesus was gone out, they brought to Him 

a dumb [man) in whom (or, on ivhom) teas a devil. 

— yjB'fjk^, a dumb (man) — kw^ov— Def. of «,^;-»o (ch. xii. 22; S. Luke i. 

22). noun masc. One who is mute, deaf and dumb.^ — Fem. def. 

"lA^jJ^, S. Mark ix. 25.— PI. masc. def. ]2-;lt, S. Matt. xi. 5, (to 

—PI. fem. def. 12;^-;^, 2 S. Pet. ii. 12.— R. ^l^, Was mute 
Heb. ^"iPij Ps. xxxviii. 1-1. — Compare Ps. xxxix. 13; Ixxxiii. 

2; cix. 1, where the verb occurs; — with 'IJ2, Ps. xxviii. 1. 
33. 5 ,-Id, when; lit. ^rom (the time) that. 

Transl. And ivhen the devil was gone out. 
35. The -words, Iv tw Aau!, which are not expressed in the Syr. Vers., are 

wantins; in the Vat. MS. 



i 



S. MATTHEW IX. 37. X. 1—8. 271 

Ver. 37. Uil^, the labourers — ol IpydraL — Part. pi. masc. def. of \\\'=^, 

Acted, worked. Part. \\^g^, def. ]ls<=0 (ch, x. 10; S. Luke x. 7), 

used in this state as a noun, One that tvorks, a kd)ourer. 
Heb. 7VS, Ps. xi. 2: — found only in the poetical Books. 



CHAPTER X. 

1. \L21X^, unclean— Gr. a/ca^uprwr — PI. fern. def. of ^21±^, def. y21±-i 

(S. Luke iv. 33), adj. Impure, abominable, base. — Fern. ('=^ 1 (^, 
S. Mark V. 8; S. Luke viii. 29 :— Def. I'A^LL^^ S. Matt. xii. 43, 
&c._-.Pl. masc. def. ]'^V >, 1 Tim. iii. 8, &c.— R. s2^, Was 

soiled. Pa, -^'^j , Folhited. Part. pi. ^^..^li^k), S. Jude ver. 

8 Ethpa. ^Sli^Zf, Was defiled. ^^Vq.vL fem. ]iuL^Z\!iD, 1 S. 

Pet. i. 4. 
N.B. The verb -^^^ ^ refers properly to bodily, as \\1L^ to spiritual 
or ceremonial uncleanness. Castel. 

Heb. bJtO, Pi. once, Song of Sol. v. 3. 

2. ('■'•» \ # ....), ofi the Apostles — tmv aTroaro Awv — See notes, S. John v. 

36; xiii. IG. 
Transl. And 0/ them, the twelve Apostles, the names are these: the first 
of them, (fee. 

3. t-j-JL^Zilj, who was surnamed, whose surname was — o €7nKXr]9eL<s — 

Ethpaal pret. of }XD (not used) Arab. Called by a title. Pa. 

I 7 
« 1 1 O, Addressed honourably. Ethpa. Was entitled Part. 

]1dALd, Acts xii. 1. 

Heb. Pi. ni35) Addressed kindly hy name,, Isa. xliv. 5; xlv. 

T • 

4. Flattered, Job xxxii. 21, 22. 
G Q-^1, Transl, But go ye rather to the sheep that are lost from the 

house of Israeli 
8. akJj-IDJ |Aj.Ld, raise the dead — v€Kpov% lyeip^Tc — Those words are 

wantiiiiT in the Vienna Ed. and also in manv CIr. MSS, 



272 S. MATTHEW X, 9, 10. 

Ver. 9. yO^^L ]}, jn-ovide not — /xr} K-njarjaOe — Fut. 2. pi. (for imperat.) 
of ]j_D (Acts i. 18: — so Tremellius, Hutter, and the Polyglotts, 
followed by Schaaf; — the Vienna and other Ed?, read (JLD, 
part. Peil) Acquired, obtained, provided, possessed. — Pret. 1. sing. 

A-i_Ld, with aff. Acts xxii. 28.-3. pi. oLo, S. Jude ver. 4 

Fut. ]?n"l, S. Matt. xvi. 2G Inf. ]1qLq\, 1 Thess. iv. 4 

Part. (J»0, S. Luke xviii. 12. — PL masc. _uJ_0, 1 Tim. iii. 

13 Part. Peil (see above): — Fern. j^J-D, S. Lnke xxi. 4. — PI. 

masc. _^A.D, Acts iv. 34. In these passages the part. Peil is 

used actively Ethpeel ,_»JLdZ.|, Was acquired. Part. fem. 

I * 1 oZ^, Acts viii. 20 Aphel - « ^ f^] , Caused to possess. 

Part. (l nV), S. James i. 3: — Fem. (jJLQk), Hebr. x. 39. 

Heb. njp, G^en. iv. 1; Ps. cxxxix. 13.— Chald. 5<Jp, Ezr. 

tIt tI; 

vii. 17. 

— (SdIid, silver — apyvpov — Noun masc. def. — R. Viorn i^iro, Deposited, 

laid tip. 

— (.A-KjJ, hi-ass — ;(aXKoV — Noun masc. def. Brass, brazen coin. R. Arab. 

]]as hard. 

Heb. nt^'nJ, Gen. iv. 22.— Chald. l^n}, Dan. ii. 32, &c. 

V ; T • 

— ^O » m i n*^, til your 2i^''i'ses — Gr. tis ras 4wvas vp-biv — PI. with aff. 

of |£Q^2 (S. Luke xxii. 36), nonn masc. def. A hag, purse for 
money. — PI. def. IcD-It), S. Lnke x. 4, &,c. 

Heb. D**!), Prov. i. 14. — R. D15 (not used) Concealed, collected; 
whence al.so 013, Syr. |mD, xi cup. Cogn. Syr. ^^OO - « ^ . 
Prov. xi. 29. 
10. (JlDJiL, a scrip — irripar — Noun masc. def. A wallet, for carrying pro- 
visions, &c. — PI. def. ]lk3>Z, S. Luke x. 4; xxii. 35. 

— J-^^Ti-*, a staff — ^a/3Sov— Noun masc. def. A staff, stick, rod; sceptre, 

Hebr. i. 8; tribe of Israel, from the sceptre borne by its leader or 
prince, S. Luke ii. 36.— PI. dof. ]iii-^, fribes, Gr. <l>v\ai, S. Matt. 
xix. 28; S. Luke xxii. 30. 

Hob. ^'2^, Gen. xlix. 10.- Cl.alr] \21V , A friM Ezr. vi. 17. 



S. MATTHEW X. 12—22. 273 

Ver. 12 qJ^]j», Transl. Salute the Iwuse. 

13. pLaJ, sJtall return — Gr. eTrio-rpa^i^Tw — Fut. 3. sing, of ]jl25 , Turned, 

returned. — Pret. 3. pi. Q_L^, Acts xii. 25, 
Deriv. ] . io g^ noun masc. def. A turning, conversion, Acts xv. 3. 
Heb. nJiS, Gen. xviii. 22; Ps. Ixix. 17; Ixxxvi. 16. 

T T 

■B • 7 

14. 0tJ2), sltahe off — eKTivd^are — Imperat. pi. of ^.SU, Shook, scattered, 

dispersed Fut. ^■2l3 Imperat. ^.__Part. ^-2Li, pi. ^. <=^ 1, 

7 •» 7 

coalescing with ^-3-»j, S. Luke x. 11 Pa. f^£L3, same as Peal, 

■Ji 7 

Acts xviii. 6. — Pret. 3. pi. 0^.2U, ch. xiii. 51. 

Heb. T*3X Brohe, Judg. vii. 19: — Dispersed, Gen. ix. 19. — 
Pi. Dashed in pieces, Ps. ii. 9 ; cxxxvii. 9. 

— U>^, the dust — rov Kovtoprou — Noun masc. def. 

Transl. Shake off the dust from your feet. 

.»7 I 

15. o( *>>, 1 1, more tolerable .. .than — di/cKTOTc/aoi'...^ — (See note, S. 

John ii. 6), adj. Mild, easy to he home; meek, Trpao?, ch. xi. 29. — 
Fem. |.»^»,aJ, quiet, 1 Tim. ii. 2. From this is derived (/n «■'■ » i, 
noun fem. def.. Mildness, forhearance, Eph. iv. 2; Col. iii. 12; — 
with aff. pleon, 2 Cor. x. l.__E,. o«jQJ «.kkJ, Ceased, was still. 

. T. „ X 7. 17, 

IG. (V) I V)Z., harmless — a/ccpaiot — PI. def. of JsCIaIdZ, adj. Perfect, simple, 

■L 17. 

sincere, without offence. — PI. .^ . V^/ Eom. xvi. 19. 

Heb. D''^^1, Ps. XV. 2; xix. 8. — P. DttJl, Completed, finished. 

• T - T 

18. poV)..(n, governors — i^efiovas — PL def. of ]i oV) ..rn (ch. xxvii. 2, 
&.C.), noun masc. def. A rider, president. Derived from the Gr. 
word. 
Transl. And they shall bring you before governors and kings for My 
sake, for a testimony of themselves and of (lie Gentiles. 

.1. 7 

21 ^\ ■ 1, Transl. And the brother shall deliver i(p his brother to 

death, and the fatJier his son. 

22. ^( L 1 CD, hated — fxia-ovfievoL — See note, S. John iii. 20. 

7 7 7 

— ^.da-CDJi, that cndureih, shall endure — Gr. 6 vnofuivas — Paiel (see 
w. c. 35 



274 S. MATTHEW X. 22—29. 

Ver. 22. Cowper's Gr. § 97), fut. 3. sing, of ^tLdd, Thought, hoped.— "Pax. 
.«-i . m (Hobr. xii. 2, 3), Bore, sustained, persevered. — Pret. 1. 
sing. ^.^^ . rr, 2 Tim. iii, 11. — 3. pi. 0;J2Lj.rD, Hebr. x. 33; 

«> . 7 7 

S. James v. 11. — 2. pi. y^' i'~^ » <^; Gal. iii. 4, tkc Fut. 1. smg. 

• o . rr.] with aff. S. Matt, xvii, 17, &c. — 2. pi. ^-/^ ^ rr>7 2 Cor. 
i. 6; Phil. i. 30.— 1. pi. i^^^\ 2' Tim. ii. 12; 1 S. Pet. v. 10. 

Imperat. ^^j-ID, 2 Tim. ii. 3; iv. 5. — PI. Oj-CUuCC, Hebr. 

xii. 7 Inf. A.o . fY^V.'\ 1 Cor. x. 13; Hebr. xii. 20 Part. 

7 7 X 7 ^_ 

\J2ij.££i^, 1 Cor. xiii. 7, &c. — PL masc. ^j*^ > m^ Pom. xii. 

7 

12, (kc. — coalescing with --1-»j, 1 Coi*. iv. 12; ix. 12 — Ethpaial 

7 7 .IV '' ''a "" 

^iQjA£0|, Was flourished, took food. — Fut, ^il^AmJ, 2 Tim. ii. 

6 Part. ^Aj'AmSD, Acts xxvii. 21.— PI. ^^jLuSo, 1 Cor. 

ix. 13. 
24 AjJi, Transl. There is not a disciple loho is above {greater than) 

his master, &c. 

. P 7 

25. (V^'"^ ,_K», Aotw 7>zztc/t more — Tro'tro) fxaWov — Adverbial phrase. Occurs 

also, 1 Cor. vi. 3; 2 Cor. iii. 9. 

26. loiT), covered — KCKaXr/x/xeVov — Part. Peil of il^O, Covered, concealed. 

— Part. Peil def. ( > (^"^ (but ( « (^'~^ when used as a noun; see 
note, ch. vi. 4). PI. masc. __».£D.D, Col. iii. 3. — PI. fern. ^ i m*^, 
Col. ii. 3.— Def. Xtlsh^, S. Matt. xiii. 35. 

Heb. nD2j part. act. Pro v. xii. 16, 23; pass. Ps. xxxiL 1. 

T T 

7 7 t " I • 

— . > m Av Vn_ hidden — KpvirTov — Pael part. pass, of \Jt.^, Hid. See note, 

S. John xix. 38. 

27. ._»C7IO;iDo") , speak ye it — Gr. etVaTc — Imperat. pi. with aff. — See note, 

S. John i. 15: and Phillips' Gr. § 47, 48 (Imperative). — Also 
Cowper's Gr. § 104. 

— .... ^^Ldo, Transl. And lohat ye hear in your ears. 

29. _-»'^» , sjxirrows — a-TpovOia — PI. of ;^» , def. j;^» , noun com. but 
usually fem. A small bird of any kind. PI. def. JV^t , ver. 31, 
below. 

Heb. niS^f, Ps. xi. 1.- Chald. ^3^, I^an. iv. 9, ^c. 



S. MATTHEW X. 29—42. 275 

Ver. 29. tTD^ri, for a farthing — Gr. da-crapLov — iSD\, noun masc. derived 
from the Lat. as, assarms = the tenth part of a denarius, and 
about three farthings of our money. PI. ^V'ffi I j S- Luke xii. 6. 

30. _»_li£i, numhered- — rjpiOfjirjfiivaL — Part. Peil pi. fern, of fllD, Counted, 

reckoned up. — Inf. |i ViV)\^ with pref. 3 and aff. Rev. vii. 9 

Part. Peil \llD, Acts i. 17. 

Heb. n^^j Numbered, 1 Chron. xxi. 1. — Chald. HJ/b ^^^ 

T T T : 

Si^> Dan. V. 25, 26. — Pa. '^^J^ and ^iJ^, Appointed, set over, 
Dan. ii. 24, 29; iii. 12; Ezr. vii. 25. 

^07 ^ ^ . H7 

34. (1 > », peace — dprjvrjv — Noun masc. def. — R. ^|^, Pa. ^j-», Made 

7 7 .71 

peace, Col. i. 20 — Ethpa. ^A.» 1 , ^Vas p)cicifled, at p)eace Fut. 

3. pi. ^ca_iL«J, Acts vii. 26 Impei-at. pi. QJ_.L»f, 1 Thess. 

V. 13. 

— |.0}.>j, a sword — fiaxatpav — Noun fern. A sword; plough-share, S. Luke 

7 

ix. 62; Slaughter, Hebr. vii. 1; 2 S. Pet. ii. 12. — R. *^^>j, De- 
stroyed, laid xoaste. 

Heb. nnrt, Ps. Ivii. 5. 

42. (n ■ V), giving, shall give, to drink — Gr. -n-oTLa-r} — Aphel part, of |o • ^ 
Arab. Gave to drink. Aph. ..i.n >| (1 Cor. iii. 6), Watered, 
supplied with drink. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. A . n «] ^ Rev. xiv. 8. — 
1. sing. A I n »"), with aff 1 Cor. iii. 2. — 2. pi. ^Aj_CL»], with 

aff. S. Matt. XXV. 35, 42.-1. pi. ^ > Q. -")' with aff. ver. 37 

Put. ]n« 1, with aff. S. Mark ix. 41; xv. 36 Imperat. ]ilj»f, 

with aff. Rom. xii. 20. 

Heb. Hiph. npt^n, Watered, Gen. ii. 6: — Gave to drink, 
ch. xxix. 2. Part. Hp^b, Butler, ch. xl. 1. 

. ■« X 7 .0 17 

— lV-»p^?> of cold (waters) — Gr. if/vxpov — PI. def of (;_.;JD (Rev. iii. IS, 

16), adj. Cold. Form of part. Peil from 3^ID ^iD (not used), 
Arab. Was cold. 

Heb. ip, Cold, Gen. viii. 22. 



276 • S. MATTHEW XI. 1—10. 



CHAPTER XI. 

Ver. 2. wjOTO, > Vi\Z. , > rD, by the hand of his discijdes, i.e. by his dis- 
ciples — Gr. 8vo TU)v fia6r]Twv avrov — The Sin. and Vat. MSS. read 
8id for 8i'o. 

5. ]•; ■ LI '^s ^^'6 lame — x<^\ot — PI. def. of ,•>■.>- (Hebr. xii. 13), adjv 
Lame. — Def. |;_i.^il_»o, Acts iii. 2, &c. — Form of part. Peil from 
'r-^t-j^, Chald. Was lame, halted. Heb. IJlPlj Bound; the meaning' 
in Aram, arising from the idea of restraint. 

— ^. »;*~)ACf>V), have the Gospel preached to them — Gr. ei;ayy€Xt^ovTot_ 

7 

Ethpaal part. pi. of ji^iCD, Thought, judged, hoped. Ethpa. 
^^Z\£D| (1 S. Pet. iv. 6), Was 2')'>'eached ; was evangelized, made 
receiver of a 7nessage; was accounted, rep>uted, S. Mark x. 42. — 
Pret. 3. sing. fern. Z'^Acot, Gal. i. 11; 2 S. Pet. i. 13.— 3. pi. 
0'rLh£(, Hebr. iv. 6.-2. pi. ^Z^isAro]^ 1 S. Pet. i. 25.— 1. pi. 

^AroT, Hebr. iv. 2.— Pai-t. }^Amk5, fern. "j'f.^A£Clk), S. Luke 
xvi. 16; Hebr. xii. 11. 

7. ( »_ 1 D , a reed — KoXajxov — Noun masc. def. A rush, reed; ■ a pen, for 

writing, 3 S. John ver. 13; a rod, for measuring. Rev. xi. 1, &c. 
Heb. '^'^T), A reed, Isa. xlii. 3; sweet cane, eh. xliii. 24; stalk 
of corn, Gen. xii. 5, 22; reed for measuring, Ezek. xl. 7. 

8. |J Jo, and if not, otherioise, else — Gr. aXXa— So in the next verse, and 

S. Luke vii. 25, 26. 

.1*., X7 t7 *p-r7^ 

— (n-1^3, s(f( — fj.aXaKOL'i — PI. def. of y-x^O), def. (£i_»^5, adj. Tender, 

7 

delicate. — Form of part. Peil from y»oh v^5, 117(6' tender. 
Heb. "TJ*1, Gen. xviii. 7; xxxiii. 13. 

10. _-DAj, sJiall prepare — Karao-Kevacret — Aphel fut. 3. sing, of ^-O^, 
Was or became straight. — Aph. ^-oZ| (S. Luke ix. 51), Prepared, 
strengthened, restored, directed. Fut. 2. sing. ^^LL, Tit. i. 5. — 

9^ 7 V. . .7 

3. pi. ^QJ_dAj, S. Luke ix. 52 — Imperat. ^Z|, pi. with aff. 



S. MATTHEW XI. 10—17. 277 

Vdr. 10. Gal. vi. 1 Part. pi. masc. ^i 1 nt^, Acts x. 10.— PI. fem. 

^-LdASd, 2 Cor. X. 16. 

Cliald. Hoph. (pass, of Apli.) jpririj ^«5 restored, Dan. iv, 33. 

11. ( m 1 . f, . \ . «^ among them that are horn of women — Iv ytvvT^Tots 

yvvaiKwv — See notes, S. John xvi. 21 ; ii. 3. 

12. "j^jASo, is taken by, svffereth, violence — Gr. ySia^erai — Ethpaal part. 

fem. of t^J, Led, drove. — Ethpa. ;^35Z.|, Was led, driven; oe- 

haved. — Pret. 1. sing. L'r^')L\, Acts xxiii. 1 Fut. ^^jAj, 1 Tim. 

i. 8.-2. pi. ^;^jZZ" Hebr. xiii. 9.— 1. pi. ^^DjAj, ver. 18 

Part. ^nijAi, Tit. i. 7. — PL masc. ^;^5ALd, Eom. viii. 14, &c.: 
— coalescing with ^JL/o, 2 Cor. iii. 12.— PI. fem. ^jAkJ, 2 Tim. 
iii. 6. 

— P";^.^uD, the violent — ^tao-rai — PI. def. of ^;«i..^uO, def. p^j_^^, adj. 

Violent, j)owerful. — R. ^.^-O, Bound; cogn. Heb. ^^T). See note, 
ch. V. 44, above. — Occurs here only in the N.T. 

X 7 ^ ^ 7 

— _.j_£l^»i^, take by force — Gr. apirdlovcnv — Pael part, pi, of ^Sl^ja, 

Seized.— Pa. <^.g.j^, the same.— Part. ^SI^ukkLd Ethpa. k£i4-»-»^I, 

. 7 7 •»•« 

Was caught; fem. At^i ^ ..>/ j^ Acts xxvii. 15. 
13. "|Aj5o"), </te Zaw; — 6 v6[jlo<s — Noun fem. def. The Law of Moses, and 
generally, the Scriptures of the Old Testament. Occurs in the 
N.T. only in this Gospel; see ch. xiL 5; xxii. 40. 

Compare Heb. mT\, Ps. xix. 8.— R. HIS Hiph. HliH, 

T TT T 

Instructed. 
14 Jo, Transl. And if ye are willing, receive (it), that this is Elias, &c. 

16. OT-i-LdjJ, shall I liken (afF. pleon.) — o/xotwcra) — Pael fut. 1. sing, of 

PiDj, Was like. — Pa. - '^7, Likened, compared Put. pDrJ 

Part. ]Lb^^, pi. masc. -^'^^ 2 Cor. xi. 13. 
7 * _ ' 7 

17. vr^l> ''■^^ have piped — rj-uXyja-a/jiev — Pret. 1. pi. of fiiDl, Played on an 

7 -^ 7 X 

instrument, sang Fut. ^iDp Part. ■^], pi. masc. _i^Ld1, 

Eph. V. 19; Col. iii. 16 Etlipeel r^Jl], Was j^lct'l/ed, sung. — 

Part. r^jU^, 1 Cor. xiv. 7 Pad ^Ld], same as Peal. — Fut. 



278 S. MATTHEW XL 17—19. 

Ver. 17. 1. sing. '^\], Rom. xv. 9; 1 Cor. xiv. 15 Part. ^SdiSd-, 

S. James v. 13. 
Deriv. (Z; > V>1, noun fern. def. A song, 2^salm. — PI. clef. V V - ^1 , 
Eph. V. 19; Col. iii. 16. 

Heb. ^J3T Pi. Ps. ix. 12, &c. 

— ^LrOy, ye have danced — wpxtjaacrOe — Pael pret. 2. pi. of ,_D5 (not 

' . -71 7 ' ..7 7 

used). Pa. ,-^5, Danced, leaped for joy. Pret. 3. fem. Z,^5, 
ch. xiv. 6; S. Mai-k vi. 22. — See also S. Luke vii. 32. 
Heb. *Tp-1, Ps. cxiv. 4, 6. 

— ^Z.y.05 I , ye have lamented — iKOiJ/aaOi — Apliel pret. 2. pi. of the fore- 

going. Aph. pD5(, contrary meaning, Mourned. — Fut. y^{J, 

*> 7 e .. 7 

3. pi. masc. ^^-^2, Rev. xviii. 9; — fem. . y.O;J, S. Matt. xxiv. 

X 7 ^ 

30; Rev. i. 7.— —Part. pi. masc. _j,JD;iD, S. Luke viii. 52; — 
fem. ^i-D'p^D, cli. xxiii. 27. 

Heb. Hipli. ^''p^rij Made to leaj) or ski]-), Ps. xxix. 6. 

1 9. (Jcid") , gluttonous — <^ayos — Noun masc, def.— Lit. A devourer. R. ^^] , 
Ate. Elsewhere, S. Luke vii. 34, only. 

— AtdjjII, is justified — iZiKauiOr] — Ethpaal pi'et. 3, sing. fem. of *05], 

7 7 .1» 

Was just. — Ethpa. «0))l| (Rom. iv. 2, &c.), Was justijied ; exercised 
justice, 1 Tim. v. 4. — Pret. 1. sing. A^Jjlj, 1 Cor. iv. 4. — 2. pi. 

^AjDjjl], eh. vi. 11. — 1. pi. ^jjt], Rom. v. 1 Fut. *D??P, 

2. sing. »0 5jfZ, S. Matt. xii. 37.-3. pi. ^QJDjjp, 1 Tim. v. 4. — 

♦. 7 T.. 7 7 -n 

2. pL ^Q_D5)lZ., Acts xiii. 39. — 1. pi. *05)p, Rom. iv. 16, &c — 

^ 7 7 V I 7 •?! 

Part. iDjjVio, Acts xiii. 39, &c. — PI. masc. ^j_0>5|1d, Rom. ii. 
13, &c. : — coalescing with ^Aj(, Gal. v. 4. 

— j/\lQ^l>j, wisdom — -q ao<^ia. — Def. of [Loiij^ (Eph. i. 8, kc.), noun fem. 

7 

Knowledge, wisdom. — R. 2>Q^.kj, Knew. 

— (TLtr^lL --liO, by her deeds, i.e. the children or offspring of the Holy 

Spirit — the Spirit of lolsdom and understanding, Isa. xi. 2 Gr. 

uTTo Twv TeVi'wv avTy]<i — The Sin. MS., both here and S. Luke 
vii. 35, reads cpywv, — in the latter place the Syr. rendering is 



S. MATTHEW XL 20—23. 279 

Ver. 20 ^,-tOI, Transl. Then began Jesus to upbraid those cities in 

which His many mighty works had been (done), and they repented 
not; (21.) And He said, &c. 

21. fcjO, woe — oral — Interjection. Lat. vce/ — Used also as a noun def. 

|jO, a woe, Kev, ix. 12. — PI. def. po, in the same verse. 
Heb. ''')^, Isa. iii. 9; — as a noun, Prov. xxiii. 29. 

— r-CiD, long ago — TraXai — Adverb. Also, Perhap>s, S. Mark xii. 6; S. Luke 

iv. 23, Gr. ttcivtws: xx. 13, Gr. icrws: Acts xi. 18, Gr. apaye: 
Eom. ix. 19; xi. 19, Gr. ovv. 

Heb. ^'2!2, Eccles. i. 10; iii. 15; iv. 2; ix, 6, 7. — Compare 
Germ. Idngft. 
nm'^i, i7i sackcloth — iv aaKKw — PI. def. of iD-CD, noun masc. Sack- 
cloth.— Def. ]h^, Eev. vi. 12. 

Heb. p^, Isa. iii. 24: — A sack for corn. Gen. xlii. 25, &c. — 
Sackcloth for mourning, ch. xxxvii. 34. 

— (V),^nO0, and in ashes — koi o-ttoSw — Def. of J>Q.4^> noun masc. A 

cinder, ashes. Occurs also, S. Luke x. 13; Hebr. ix. 13. 

7 

22. iO;^, but — irXyjv — Adverb, adversative throughout the Gospels, Yet, 

nevertheless, and Acts xiv. 27, Gr. 8e. — And so, Gr. ovv, Acts ix. 
31; xvi. 5. 

Chald. 0^3, Dan. ii. 28; iv. 12; v. 17; Ezr. v. 13; always 
adversative. Compare Heb. 7^J«5, affirmative. Indeed, tridy, 
Gen. xlii. 21. — Adversative, But, Dan. x. 7, 21. 

23. ^Q. I ■ \ , to hell — £(os a8ov— v>0 fc. 9 , noun fem. Hades, the abode of 

the departed ; the grave. 

Heb. SiX^, Ps. vi. 6; xvi. 10.— E. hw , Asked, since the 

\ ~ T 

grave is insatiable in its demand, Prov. xxvii. 20. Compare 
Orcus rapax, Hor. Carm. II. xviii. 30. 

— ^LKtLL (for ^L^LLl), thou shalt be brought doion — KarafSi^a- 

o-OTja-r] — Ethpaal (Ethpali) fut. 2. sing. fem. of A>jZ (not used in 
Syr.) Ethiop. Was lowly, humble. — Pa. w»A-kjZ, Sitbjected, brought 
low. — Ethpa. ^Lt^LL], Was humbled, degraded. — The word 
occurs only here and S. Luke x. 15. 



280 S. MATTHEW XL 25—28. 

Ver. 25. ]jA\a£rD, the prudent— Qr. (twctwi/ — PI. def. of ^^Vonm^ 

clef. pA-^QUCD, adj. Wise, intelligent. — R. ^CIDD, Pa. Made wise. 
Occiu's S. Luke x. 21; 1 Cor. i. 19. 

— Ajb_x-|, Thou hast revealed — av(.KaXv\pa<i — Pret. 2. sing, of ]!-• (ch. 

xvi. 17), Revealed, laid 02)en, made manifest. — Pret. 1. sing. 

A-JL^, Gal. i. 16; ii. 2 Put. U-yj-J, ver. 27, below; S. Luke 

X. 22.-3. pi. ,a2^^^, with aff. S. Matt. xii. 16; S. Mark iii. 

12 Part. UJ., 1 Cor. iii. 13, &c Part. Peil |L., 1 Cor. xi. 5, 

13, &c. — Def. I ' ^ . 1 (but I > \ . 1 when used as a noun, and 
£013; see note, S. John vii. 4), Fern. ( > ^- . t , Rom. 
i. 19; Hebr. vii. 14; — coalescing with •.lOI, ■ -rn ■■ \ .. is evident, 
Gal. iii. 11. — Fern, def |A^^-i, Acts iv. 16. — PI, masc. ^ i \ ■• , 
coalescing with —J-ki, 2 Cor. v. 11. — PI. fem. '»' ^ .i (our faces 
are) oj^en, i.e. we have confidence, 1 S. John iii. 21. — Def \L V \.., 
2 Cor. iii. 18. 
Deriv. (/n > \ .. noun fem. def. Manifestation, openness, 2 Cor. iv. 

2. — Constr. (aj ' ^ "^ \a. openness of face, i.e. confidence, boldness, 
Phil. i. 20, «fec. 

Heb. Th^, 1 Sam. ix. 15.— Chald. rh^, ^^, Dan. ii. 22, 

L ^= "• . 

28, 29. Aph. (Heb. form) ^7^1(1? Led into cap)tivity, Ezr. iv. 10; 

V. 12. — Compare Heb. Hiph. 2 Kings xv. 29. 

— (jn W \^ unio babes — vr)irLOL<i — PI. def of JOAj, def. jjoAj (1 Cor. 

xiii. 11), noun masc. An infant, little child. — R. j—^, Bore 
children. 

28, |l«~^nV) - > \ . n « J bearers of burdens, i.e. Iieavy laden — Gr. 7re<f>opTL- 
afxivoL — Part. Peil pi. constr. of ^.Q-»; see note, S. John i. 29. 
Ur^dk), pi. def. of V^^riV) ^ def jlooii) (Gal. vi. 5), noun masc. 

•B .77" 

A weight. — "With aff. . . \'-m"iV) Mg burden, ver. 30, below, Gr. 
TO cfiopriov fjiov R. \iii-», Ai)h. \lO0(, Carried. 



a. MATTHEW XI. 28— 30. 281 

Ver, 28. ,cm>^»-».J j , / v)ill give yo2t rest — ai/aTravo-w vfxa<; — Apli. fut. 1. sing, 
with aff. of x^QjS o^J, Was at rest. — Aph. .-kkoj") (Hebr. iv. 8), 

Quieted, gave rest to. — Pret. 3. pi. Q_k*»»_i(, 1 Cor, xvi. 18 Fiit. 

oo,a.iJ; 2. pi. ,q_*,kjZ, Eph. iv. 22. — 1. pi. >» > i i, Rom. xiii. 

12 Imperat. »>^j.jj, Pliilem. ver. 20.— PI. Q„k»,j_3|, Eph. iv. 

25, (fee Inf. C1.K» 1 Vi >> , Acts xxi. 3 Part. pass. > i. ^ i V) pi. 

,_l_^Sd, 2 Cor. xi. 19. 

Heb. Hiph. H^^H, Isa. xxviii. 12. 

29. wt;_i-], My yoke — t6v t,vy6v /xov — ^u_J, noun masc. A yoke for oxen 

in ploughing. Def. |^-»_3, applied to legal ceremonies, Acts xv. 10; 
Gal. v. 1: — Fo/.;e of servitude, 1 Tim. vi. 1. 

Heb. "1^ J , A newly ploughed field, Lat. Novale, Prov. xiii. 
23.— K *l!lJ or y^, Furroioed, Hos. x. 12.— Compare ^)^f2, 
prop. A yole for oxen; then, A weaver's beam, 1 Sam. xvii. 7; 
2 Sam. xxi. 19. 

— pwK-kJ, rest — ai/a7ravcrtv — Def. of b.»v*_i_] (2 Cor. vii. ,5), noun masc. 

Ease, recreation, quiet. — With pref. *^, \^^ . i «-^ adverbially. 
With le7iience, leniently, Acts xxiv. 23. Fem. form def. ]Aj^k_»_3, 
the same, Acts iii. 20; Hebr. iv. 11. — PI. _j^jj', def. ]Zlu^lJ', 
with aff. 2 S. Pet. ii. 13; S. Jude ver. 12.— R. ooQJ oo,J, Was 
qiiiet. 

Heb. m, Esth. ix. 16, 17, 18. 

^ ? . . .PIT 

30. JaO >■ m *^ , easy—xPW'^'^ — ^^]- Svieet, kind, pleasant.— Def. (^ . m«-^ 

Eph. v. 2; Phil. iv. 18.— PI. masc. ^ .O^'.'f^A Eph. iv. 32.— 
Def. ]v>Vr^A 1 Cor. xv. 33.— PI. fem. def. fAkllmi, Rom. 
xvi. 18. — R. IxnOirD, Was sweet. 
From this adj. is derived (/o^n . mo noun {em. def. Gladness, kind- 
ness. Acts xiv. 16, &c. 

— ILi-AjO, light— iXa<f)p6v — Fem. nf v> . \ p j see note, S. John vii. 33. 



vv. c. 36 



282 S. MATTHEW XII. 1—11. 

CHAPTER XII. . 

Yer. 1. [iJi] A-^O, through the corn, lit. in the place of seeds — Gr. 8ta 
Twv cnropiixuiv. 

— _*_hl_ASd, ^^^HC^m^/ — to jiluch — TiXXetv — Part. pi. of ^i J^t^, Rubbed, 

tore off. Occurs elsewhere, S. Mark ii. 23; S. Luke vi. I, only. 

— U^IU, the ears of corn — (TTd)(ya<i — PL def. of (In » (S. Mark iv. 28), 

noun masc. def. — -Occurs elsewhere only in the places referred to 

above. 

Compare Heb. nSsE^, Gen. xli. 5.— R. S^^' (not used) 
... - f 

Arab. Conj. IV. Si^routed up. 

2 ] » •''<^^ Transl. But the Pharisees, when they saw them, said unto 

Illm, etc. 

4. [->^) OlioZl^j, of the Table of the Lord, i.e. the Altar of shew- 

bread — Gr. t^s TrpoOia-ew?. 

.1 7 

5. > \ ....V) profaning — they profane — Gr. ^efirjXova-L — Aphel part. pi. 

of ^'5L_K» ^\jj (not used) Pa. ^^^>j, Purified. — Aph. ^^l^o") , Violated, 
polluted. Occurs in the N. T. here only. 

Heb. 77n> in trans. Was loounded, 2nerced through, Ps. cix. 

~ T 

22. — Pi. Profaned, Ps. Ixxxix. 40. — Hiph. the same, Ezek. 
xxxix. 7. 

— - » N, V |J 5 , blameless, lit. that (are) without blame — Gr. avavnoi — 

a/jie/jLTTTOL, S. Luke i. 6. — »_».A,A, noun masc. Charge, fault. — Def. 
I ' ^i'^^ The case, biisiness, Gr. ij ahia, S. Matt. xix. 10. — 
R. v>,^. Charged, blamed. 

10. fc_iOTO»V-^ vP—^^P? ^•-»|j ^^'''^f' they might accuse Him — Gr. Lva Karrj- 

yoprj(T(ji(nv avTov — See note, S. John viii. 44. 

11. (;-CUaJD, iiito a jnt — eis fiodvvov — Noun masc. def. 

This is the reading of the Vienna Ed., Trostius, and others. 
Gutbir, and the Polyglotts, read |pJ21-k», R. j'^*^, Bug. Neither 
word, though common in other writings, occurs elsewhere in 
the N.T. 



S. MATTHEW XII. 13—19. 283 

Ver. 13. AJ-DZ, it was restored whole — Gr. aTroKa.rtaTo.6r) vyi^s — Pret. 
3, fern, of ^-o2. (S. Mark viii. 25), Was right, straight, became 
straight; v)as restored, made ready. — Pret. 3. pi. fern. . > 1 OL, 
they trimmed their lamps, S. Matt. xxv. 7 — Put. _dZ\J — Por 
the regular part, is used the particip. noun ^-^Z, def. JJLOZ,, 
Right, firm, steady. — PI. _.j_a_DZ., coalescing with ^-J-»-», 2 Cor. 
V. 13. — PI. fern. 1 o /.^ def. "jAjLoZ, used as a no\m, Worthy, 
illustrious deeds, Gr. KaTopOwfxara, Acts xxiv. 3. 
Heb. ]pri, Eccles. i. 15. 

— OlLiSl-t^, the other, lit. its com^xtnion, /ellow — Gr. rj aXXrj — See note, 
S. John xi. 16. 

1-1. p VV) ^ a coimcil — crv^povXiov — Noun masc. def. A consultation, de- 
liberative assembly. — JnllSD \l1^, lord of the coimcil, counsellor, 
Gr.'avfji/BovXo?, Rom. xi. 34. — C711ibi>SD . > 1 '^, the members of his 
council, the council, Gr. rov (xvp^fiovXiov, Acts xxv. 12. R. y,-^^. 
Gave cotmsel. 

Chald. 'rkp, Counsel, with aflf. Dan. iv. 24. 

. 7 '^ ' y 

18. AjoQjCD, hath delighted — evSoK-qa-ev — Pret. 3. sing. fem. of *>jarD, 

Longed for, took j^leasure in. — Part. pi. —j-joCICD, 2 S. Pet. iii. 12. 
Transl. Behold My servant, in tvhom I have been ivell 2}lp-(('Sed; My 
Beloved, in lohom My soid hath delighted. 

19, Ih^Aj |J, He shall not strive — ovk epLo-a — Ethpeel fut. 3. sing, of J;»k» 

(not used). Ethpe. fc_i;.jjZ.|, Contended, disputed, opposed him- 

. 7 7 .»-h _ 

self Pret. 3. sing. fem. Aj;j^Z.|, infixit se, — so Ti'emellius; others, 
illisa, rupta, resujnnata est. Acts xxvii. 41. — 3. pi. Q_t;-KjZ.|, 

S. Mark ix. 34 Part. |;_kjASo, Confidently affirmed, Gr. hua)(y- 

pL^cTo, S. Luke xxii. 59: — Fem. ^j;_k»ASd, Acts xii. 15. — PI. 
masc. —jf-KiALo, Acts xix. 9. 

Heb. ^'^'n, Burned with anger. Gen. xxx. 2. — Hithpa. Ps. 

TT 

xxxvii. 1, 7, 8. 



284 S. MATTHEW Xll. 20—25. 

Vcr. 20. Pi.^.15, bruised — avvTeTpififievov — Part. Peil dcf. of ^ILJ VJj, 
Broke, shattered. 

Heb. yy^, Ps. ii. 9. Cogii. T*^"?, Isa. xlii. 3.— Chald. yj^l, 
Peal and Pael, Dan. ii. 40. 

— j^Aj \\, lie shall not break — ov KaTed^ci — Fiit. 3. sing, of i^L, Broke. 

— Part. Peil i-t-^L, def. ];_iJdZ, broken, co)drite. — PI. def. 
Vr'-»-^2., S. Luke iv. 18. — Coustr. |£iX w_.V-»_dZ, the broken- 
hearted, same verse. 

Heb. '^'2^, Ps. Ixix. 21; cxlvii. 3.— Chald. ^^^1, part. Peil, 
— -I- — . 

Dan. ii. 42. 

— '\V'~*' ^^''^ ^(('"fp — Gr. Xivov, the flaxen wick of the lamp. — See note, 

S. John V. 35. 

— s^^^ (\V>;, smoking, that smokes — rvcfjofxevov — Pael redupl. (Palpel) 

part, of y^^ (j s^\l , not used. Pa. -'=^5'=^ j , Smouldered, as an 
expiring flame. Occurs here only in the N. T. 

— y^r^ (J, He shall not quench — ov afiicrei — Aphel fut. 3. sing, of yt^}, 

-K 7 

Was extincfuished.^^a,. y^"*, Extinguished, quenched. — Pret, 3. 

pi. anLj, Hebr. xi. 34 Aph. »^ii5J, the same. — Fut. 2. pi. (for 

imperat.) jns/Z, 1 Thess. v. 19 Inf. nnv^V>\ Eph. vi. 16. 

— jZa^lA, unto victory — cts itKos — Noun fern. def. Victorg; also, In- 

nocence, justijlcation, Horn. V. 18. — E,. }0], Conquered: — see note, 
S. John xvi. 33. 
22. ^jQ-L, blind — tvc^Ao's — Adjective. — PI. def. (V-»Q-i», ch. xxiii, 19, 26, 

^77 

&c. — Form part. Peil of Jdl^ (not used), Pa. 5cii», Made blind; 
see note, S. John xii. 40. 
Heb. y\*^, Ps. cxlvi. 8. 
Transl. Then theg brought unto Him {rrfKicnjveyKav ai-Tw, Vat. MS.) 
one possessed with a devil, who (was) dumb and blind, and He 
healed him; insovmcli that the dumb and blind spake and saw. 

. 7 7 . .« .7 7 • .» 

25. _.■ \^LL} (for - > 11 \(^f / Y that is divided — Gr. [xepicrOeLa-a — Ethpaal 
fut. 3. sing. ffiu. of ^^S^, Divided. Ethpa. ^^IL^Z] (vcr. 2G, 
i^'c), Was divided, doubted. Pret. 2. sing. A-.,lJ^S_.|, ch. xiv. 31. 



S. MATTHEW XII. 25—34. 285 

Vor. 25. —3. pi. O-y. ^^Z")^ ch. xxviii. 17.— 2. pi. ^L^'S^L]] S. James 

11. 4 Fut. ^^\>^Z\J, in this verse, &c. — 2. pi. ^Q_-tA^Z.Z., 

ch. xxi. 21 Part. ^^l^sAkJ, S. Luke xi. 17, &c.— PI. masc. 

^.k.^\^ASD, Acts ii. 3. 

— *^i.j^L (for ».j_0;_K»Z.) , shall he brought to desolation — ipyj/xovTaL — Fut. 

3. sing. fem. of i^;-*^, intnins. — or *^i-t^, usually trans. (Rev. 
xviii. IG), Destroyed, laid waste; ivas, became, desolate. — Pret. 3. 

. 7 -K 7 3> i> e 

Sing. fem. L^i^Kt, Rev. xviii. 19 Fut. *^;»k»J Part. «^j.>j, 

■n « p 7 

Gal. i. 13: — whence the participial noun »^m^, def. f^;_Kj, 
S. Matt, xxiii. 38.— Fem. ]£^iJ^, Acts i. 20.— Def. Xt^-^L (so 

. p 7 

the Polyglotts; De Dieu and Gutbir read (AiD^.K»), Rev. xvii. 16. 
Heb. iin, Was dried up, Gen. viii. 13; Ps. cvi. 9: — Was 

" T 

desolate, laid waste, Isa. xxxiv. 10. — Chald. Hoph. i^inH) Ezr. 

-t; t 

iv. 15. 

7 1"/ '' 

— t iH^, house; by apocope for |Aj_0. 

Transl. And every house and city. 

29. ion 1, (can) spoil — Gr. hiapirda-aL — Fut. 3. sing, of IJXD \C:), Plundered. 

Occurs also, S. Mark iii. 27. 

Heb. n3, Gen. xxxiv. 27, 29; Isa. x. 6; xxxiii. 23. 

-T 
^7 7 ^^0 7 

30. jy^So 05,oV), scattereth abroad — Gr. a-KopTTL^ei — Infin. abs. and part. 

adding intensity to the expression. See note, S. John x. 12; and 
Cowper's Gr. § 209. 

31. ^-LajcL., blasj^hemies — Gr. /3Xaa<f>r]fiia — PI. of fc£)5a-., def. |^jQ_ii 

(in this verse, ifec), noun masc. Reproach, reviliwj. — PI. def. 



i^?Q-\l 



S. Mark iii. 28. — R. «^pii, Pa. •^,-it, Blasphemed. 



Heb. &^"lil, Reproach, pl. Isa. xliii. 28; fem. form ch. li. 7. — 
n3in-l,/em. Ezek. V. 15. 

Transl. All sins and blasphemies. 

34 P-^l-> I , Transl. How can ye speak good things, who are evil? 

— fc-»)Z.01. ^-^, piU of the abundance — ck tov Trepio-o-ev'/Aaros— PI. constr. 
of yLoL, noun masc. Superjluiii/. exuberance. PI. def. "jj'ZoZ, 



286 S. MATTHEW XII. 34—42. 

Ver. 34. cb. xiv. 20; xv. 37; S. Mark viii. 8. — E. 5Aj, Abounded. Aph. 
yLO], Produced abundance, gained. 

Compare Hebr. ^Hil^D) Profit, Prov. xiv. 23. 

35 I: '"^ .1, Transl. TJie good man out of the good treasures hringeth 

forth the good things; and the evil man out of the evil treasures 
bringeth forth the evil things. 

The Sin. and Yat. MSS. omit t-^s KapStas. 

3G. IL^^) idle — Gr. dpyov — Fern, of ^\-^, clef. ]l^r:i, adj. Vain, useless. 
PI. masc. _jL\.4^> ch. xx. 6. — PI. fern. def. ^AX^iJ, Acts xiv. 
14. — Whence is derived 
Zl»]1.^lO, adv. Uselessly, causelessly, Acts xix. 40. 

y y . ••» 

37. *^1j_k»Z.Z., thou shalt be condemned — KaTa^iKacrO-qo-rj — Ethpaal fut. 2. 
sing, of «^Q_Kj «^2lk», ^Yas guilty. — Pa. '*"^ > '■", Condemned. — 
Ethpa. fcHij-joZ.! (ch. xxvii. 3), Was condemned, found guilty...^ 

7 7 -n 77.. »> 

Put. '*^ > ...Ai Erom. iii. 19: — Fern, (without ._» final) »d-»_>oZ.Z., 
ch. vii. 13. — 2. pi. ^on I, t^LL, S. James v. 12. — 1. pi. «n i joZb, 

1 Cor. xi. 32 Part. ^^ILl}^, S. Mark xvi. 16.— PI. masc. 

^ . *^ . ..AVn S. Luke vi. 37. 

39. (/; > 11) adidtei'ous, lit. an adulteress, see Rom. vii. 3. — Gr. /uoip^aXt's — 
Noun fern. def. — For the masc. form, see note, S. Luke xviii. 11. — 
R. 3Q-ii ;_<• , Committed adidtery. 

Cogn. Heb. n^T, part. fern, of ^^T, Prov. ii. 16; v. 3, 20. 

TT 

1». ^ ^ P ^ .P. *» -X P 

41. 0lZ.0l0;1O, «i the preaching Qiron. j^leon.) — eis to Kijpvyfjia — |Z.010;.D 

(1 Cor. i. 21; and Title to the Gosp. of S. John and S. Matt.) 
noun fern. def. A heralding, announcement. — R. 1^2, Proclaimed; 

. D -X 

whence also JIO^D, noun masc. def. A herald, preacher, 2 Tim. 
i. 11 : also Title to S. John's Gospel.— PI. def. liop, Acts xv. 21. 

42. jAnx^o^ the queen — (^aa-iXLcrcra — Fern. def. form of *^_ilD, def. 

]nVn, A king. 

llcb. nJsS/^, 1 Kings X. 1; Esth. i. 9.— Chald. XJdS^^, def. 
t^nnSa, Da". V. 10. 



S. MATTHEW XII. 42—44. 287 

Ver. 42. ] i Vt .> 7 ^ , of the Sottth — votov — Noun fern. tlef. The Southern 
quarter, i.e. that which lies to the right hand of one facing the 
East. The South wind, S. Luke xii. 55. * 

Heb. p'*n, The South, Job ix. 9: — the South wind, Ps. 
Ixxviii. 26. — Compare |'>^^ constr. 1 Sam. xxiii. 19, 24; 2 Sam. 
xxiv. 5. — R. pV Hiph. r/^\'l, Turned to the rirjht, Gen. xiii. 9. 
Or, this form may be regarded as denom. fr. p^^, the right hand, 
Syr. p I V) I. 

43. . OCTLO A_i-_ik }Jl1D), in which is no water, dry — Gr. avvSpcov. 

44. ) |lij| ^}iD , from whence — oQ(.v. 

— *Q_.;XD5, that (it is) emiJty — Gr. o-xoXa^ovra — Adj. Vain, empty. — 

Def. In^l^. Pliil- ii- 3; 1 Thess. iii. 5.— Fern. "tcLi^TD, Rom. 
iv. 14; 1 Cor. xv. 10, 14.— Def. VAn^Iro, Col. ii. 8.— PI. masc. 
def. (n^V^O, 1 S. Pet. i. 18. — Constr. ^k»«OQ_» . > d lyiD, vain 
of glory, i.e. desirous of vain glory, Gr. k(.v6Zo^oi, Gal. v. 26. — PI. 
fem. ^pJiSH, 1 Cor. iii. 20, &c.— Def. XtoJiSQ, Eph. v. 6, &c.— 

7 

Porm part. Peil of *D^£D, Combed hair, carded wool; lit. so7ne- 
thing discarded and useless. — Pa. ^D^TD (Phil, ii, 7), Emptied, 

made void. — Put. ^O^TOJ, 1 Cor. ix. 15 Ethpa. ^OjAtdI, Was 

made, became, vain. — Pret. 3. pi. Q-DjAtdI, Rom. i. 21; 1 Tim. i. 

19 Put. *05^^, 1 Cor. i. 17; 2 Cor. ix. 3 :— Fem. ^j_0)^Z", 

2 Cor. vi. 1. 

From the adj. in the text is derived the noun ]Zanj;J3D, fem. 
def, Eviptiness, vanity. Acts iv. 25. — Constr. Z.0 O i;m, the vanity 
o/ their mind, Eph. iv. 17. 

Compare nipHb^? The combed flax, Isa. xix. 9. 

I ' 7 

— I>Q.fcla>j, swept — o-Eo-apw/Aevov — Part. Peil of ^Lq>^ '>Cl»^, (see note, 

eh. xiii. 6), here, Cleansed, swept out. So in the parallel passage, 

S. Luke xi. 25 Part. fem. ISo^j, Sweeping, siveeps, S, Luke 

XV, 8. 

— L^^, r/arnished~KiKO(TfjLrjfiivnv — Pael part, pass, of AOt^ (not used), 



288 S. MATTHEW XII. 44, 48. XITI. 1-5. 

Ver. 44. Chald, Bound together. — Pa. All)* , Adoi'ned, decorated Fut. 

AiLj, 3. pi. ^t^^, Tit. ii. 10 Part, th^^, pi. ^L^"^, 

8. Matt, xxiii. 29.— PL fern, v^^^^, 1 S. Pet. iii. 5 — Part. 

pass. fern. clef. "jZA^^, Rev. xxi. 2.— PI. fern. ^Aib^, ver. 19. 

Ethpaal Aci^* (, Was adorned, adorned himself. Fut. 2. pi. 

fern. .A^L^fZ., 1 S. Pet. iii. 3, (where the reading in the text i.s 

faulty) Imperat. pi. fern. ^Acu^. j, ver. 4. 

Deriv. "JAo* , noun masc def. Ornament, 1 S. Pet. iii. 4. — Pi. def. 

"jA£>y ver. 3. 
| A »-*^ *Z-, noun masc. def. the same. With aff. 1 Tim. ii. 9. 

48. \P-^\ —liDO . . . . .-lOI ^^ who is. ..and who are — tis eo-Tiv...Kat rive? 
tJcrtV — The pronouns representing the subst. verb. — So also, S. 
Mark iii. 33. 



CHAPTER XIII. 

2 5 yj"! , Transl. So that He ascended (and) sat in a ship. 

— ^O*) > ; g^m ^\i», on the shore of the sea — Gr. irrl t6v alyiaXov — i^m, 

noun masc. The shore, lit. that which is loorn by the action of the 

.07 70 

waves. — PI. constr. |V) i ^V^lTD, ver, 48, below.— R. ;<=^rD , 

7 7 

Pa. 'r2l£D, Abraded; see note, S. John. vii. 15. 

Compare Heb. &in> ^'^'^ shore, Gen. xlix. 13; Dcut. i. 7; 
Josh. ix. 1. — R. ftfirij Arab. Bulbed oj^; or &!in, the same. 

4. ^^l2U> Aj], f/<er6 vms that fell, some fell — Gr. a pXv cTreo-c. 

5. "jjjk), e«r</t — y^v — Noun masc. def. Vegetable soil. R. (Arab.) Covered 

loith soil. Occurs here only. 

— cK»Q_», it sprung uj) — e^avcVctXc — Verb pret. 3. sing. — Fut. ,-k»Q_«.J. 

Occurs here only in the N.T. 
]nVno v^ deepness — ftdOo^ — Noun masc. dof 7'he deep, depth. — PI. 



S. MATTHEW XIJI. 5—11. 2cS!J 

X .. «^ 

Ver. 5. _j..Qlca2s., deep 2>lc<'Ces, Acts xxvii. 41; — with aff. pleon. the 
depths of the sea, S. Matt, xviii. G. 

Heb. pitDJ^, Pi-ov. XXV. 3.— R. pj^j;, IJ as deep, Ps. xcii. 6.— 

Syr. Pa. .oVov, S. Luke vi. 48. 

6. I>Q>j, it teas scorched — iKavixaricfBy] — Verb pret. i>QLQjv» isQjo, Was 

warm; occiuTing in Peal here only in this sense. See note, ch. 
xii. 44, above. Fut. J>QjaJ, 3. pi. ^akl»aJ v^j.^aO-1, thy gar- 
ments shall he warm, Bar Heb. Schol. in Job xxxvii. 17 

Ethpeel SoVn^>/]^ Was scorched; pret. 3. pi. aLoLOj-jZ"), Pv,ev. 

xvi. 9 Aphel i<i.K»(, Made hot, scorched. — Inf. n^^..Vr)\ Rev. 

xvi. 8. 

.0 17 

Deriv. |^n* V?Kt, adj. Hot, Rev. iii. 15, 16. 
Heb. D^ri) Dn. Ps. xxxix. 4. 

— T — 

•X y 

7. .->cno O 1 .Kj, thei/ choked it — Gr. aTreVi'itav avrd — Pret. 3. pi. vk'ith aff. 

~ 7 -n f 

of .n 1 >o (ch. xxvii. 5), Strangled, svffocated Part. *O.J_k», Gr. 

cTTi'tye, ch. xviii. 28. — PL masc. _j_QJ_>o, ver. 22, below. — PI. 

fern, ^^n'fj^, S. Mark iv. 19 Part.Peil s£l^^.^, def. )A.»JL>jj 

</te strangled animal, Gr. ttvlktov, ttvlktov. Acts xv. 20, 29 j xxi. 25. 
Deriv. jAj_DQ_L>^!iD, noun fern. def. A strangling ; a snare, Gr. 
Pp6)(ov, 1 Cor. vii. 35. 

Heb. p^n, only in Niph. 2 Sam. xvii. 23; and Pi. Nah. ii. 13. 

8. __»A^, sixti/ — e^/jKovTa- — Card. num. 

Heb. U'^B^l^ (frequent)— Chald. ^T}^, Dan. iii. 1. 
Transl. Some (lit. theo'e is) that (bare) an hundred, and some sixfi/, 
and some thirty. 
11. ]\y], the mystery — Gr. rd /xvo-TypLa — Def of ]'y] (1 Cor. ii. 7), noun 
masc. A secret. With aff. <T\]y\, 1 Cor. ii. 1; and CTIljJ, the first 
two letters transposed, Eph. iii. 4; Rev. x. 7. — Pi. def ]y^], 
1 Cor. xiii. 2. 

Chald. n, Dan. iv. 6.— Def XH, ch. ii. 18, 19.~P1. pp, 
ver. 28, 47.— Def X^H. ver. 29. 

T- T 

w. c. :]7 



•290 S. MATTHEW XIII. 12—17. 

Ver. 12. CTiA 5AjAj, it shall abound to him, he shall have more ahun- 
dance — Gr. irepLcra-ivdija-eTaL — Ethpaal fut. 3. sing, of >Aj, Excelled, 

^7 7 . •'a ' 

j)rofited. Pa. 5Aj, Caused to abound, increased. — Fut. 5AjJ, 

2 Cor. ix. 8; 1 Thess. iii. 12 Ethpa. 5ZuZ]"(Rom. iii. 7; 2 Cor. 

viii. 2, 15), Abounded, excelled. — Pret. 3. sing. fern. ZJAjZ], Roin. 
y. 20; Eph. i. 8 Fut. 3. sing. fern. ^jLIZZ" 2 Cor. iii. 9;— 

.7 7 ..-T. 

without final w», Eoni. v. 1.3; vi. 1. — 1. sing. jAjZ.|, Phil. iv. 
12. — 2. pi. ^jA^ZZ!", Rom. XV. 13, &c.— 1. pi. 5A1Z\J, 2 Cor. 

X. 16 Part. jZuZ^, 2 Cor. i. 5; Gal. i. U:— Fern. ]\ilsLl:^, 

2 Cor. iv. 15; vii. 4. — PL masc. _.j5AjA1d, 2 Cor. i. 5; viii. 7; — 

7 

coalescing with ^-JLki, 1 Cor. viii. 8. 

13 __»]-Ki5 ^,^^, Transl. Because they see and see not; and hear and 

hear not, nor understand. The pai'ticiple used for the finite verb. 

14. OlZQ_k_CU, the j^rojjhecy (pron, pleon.) — 7; Trpo^T/reta- — Q-t-JDJ, def. 

(Z.Q.j.^J (Rom. xii. G, &c.) noun fern. Proi^hecy, the gift of 
2irophecy.—V\. def. "jZo > nV, 1 Cur. xiii. 8, »fec.— R. ]^iJ, Ethpa. 
- « ^ ^/ I , Prophesied. 

Heb. Hi^ni ^'eh. vi. 12.— Cliald. the same, Ezr. vi. 14. 

• — .... P^LQjj, Ti-ansl. A hearing (report), ye shall hear, &c. 

15. «_».,d.LZ|, is icaxed gross — lira-^vOr] — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing, of j^ilL 

X 7 

(not used) Pa. ■ > "^^^ Made dense, see note, S. Mark vi. 52. — 
Ethpa. TI7/.S' made, became, dense. Occurs only here and Acts 
xxviii. 27. 

— /uiI^^jCu, dully — /Jttpe'tus — Adverb, Heavily, slowly. Acts xxvii. 7. — 

» 7 T 

R. ^Tlj, If 'as heavy. 
Transl. And ivilK their ears (hey hear dully. 

•^ 7 

— O^lDii, they have closed — iKafjiixvaav — Pael pret. 3. pi. of t^*^ (not 

used) Pa. ^IClL, Closed up. Occurs only here and Acts xxviii. 27. 
Compare I£eb. QVV) SJint the eyes, Isa. xxxiii. 15. 

17. a.^i^-i5Z], have desired — eTredvixijcrav — Ethpaal redupl. (Ethpalpal) 
pret. 3. j.l. of ^*-ii' -11 ', Earnestly longed. — Ethpa. ^i^-iiZj, 



S. MATTHEW XIII. 17—22. 291 



r 7 . ■« 



Ver. 17. Was inflamed with desire Fut. w<i;^ijAj, 3. pi. ^O-^^Ll, 

Rev. ix. G.— 2. pi. yCL^^^LL, S. Luke xvii. 22 Imperat. pi. 

O^.^^.jZf, 1 S. Pet. ii. 2 Part. ^.L^Ak), S. Luke xv. Ifi.— 

PI. _.-».^t^-oAk), S. James iv. 2. 

An Ethpalpal form of this verb occurs with the addition of 
,_», ^.;^.3Zl»] (as if from v^t;_4t;-»), Was seduced; Castel's Lex. 

Imaginatus est. Part. pi. — ■fc^ij-.oA » V), 8. Jude ver. 8. 

18. ]jA!iD, the 2^cc7'able — rrjv Trapa(3oXyi' — Noun masc. def. A parable, 

irroverb, similitude. — PI. def. pALb, ver. 35, 53, below, &c. 

Heb. Sto, Ezek. xvii. 2; xxiv. 3.— Pt. '^^J^ (Kal not used), 

T T - T 

Comiiared, assimilated, lyut side by side. 

7 l> •• V 

19. MSQjj ^2, everij one that hea.reth, i.e. wheiv any one heareth — Gr. 

TravTOS aKOuovTos. 

7 ,-n 7 

— ^Jjl I , loas soion — Gr. o crrrapeLs — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing, of VSJ] , Sowed. — 

.7 7 .-K 

Ethpe. Was soimi. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. Al^jj^j, S. Mark iv. 31, 

32.-3. pi. a.Ljjll^ ver. 16, 20 Part, ^ibllo, 1 Cor. xv. 44:— 

Fern. jv>55]lD, S. Mark iv. 15. — PI. masc. ^^j^jj^Ld, ver. 18. 
Transl. This is that ichich loas sown by the toay-side. 

20. OOl Oai (or 001 OOl), he it is — Gr, ovro's ecrrtv — So in ver. 22, 23, 

below. 

* 7 7 _ _ _ ^ 

21. 001 p *^1 ? > is of a time, for a time; dureth for a wliile — Gr. Trpocr- 

Katpo's corn. 

— [jL^O'i'y, lyersecution — Gr, Stwy/toS — -Noun masc. def. — PI. def. (^^0)7, 

7 ^ 

2 Cor. xii. 10. — P. s2i}j, Persecuted. 

22. m-J3, the care — -^ jxipifiva — N.oun masc. def. Thought, meditation; also, 

Care, anxiety. — R. p5 , Cared for, thought of meditated. Occurs 
here and S. Mark iv. 19, only. 

., 7 <x 

■ — . »■ 1.SQ4, the deceiffulness — -q airdTT) — Noun fem. (compare S, Matt, 
xxvii. G4), Error, deceit, ignorance. — R. (S^^ Erred; the last rad, 
being changed into double ._i. Although sometimes, as here, 
written with Ribui, tlie word must be reiiarded as singular. 



'29-1 S. MATTHEW Xlll. 22—30. 

Vlt. 22. pZo-Lj, of riches — ^tou ttXovtov — Noun masc. def. Wealth, riches, 
abundance. — R. JL^, Was rich. 

Heb. ^iCJ^'y, 1 Sam. xvii. 25.— R. "H^y, Was rich;—L in 
Syr. taking ,the place of ^'. 

— pj^ iJ?, of no fruit, nnfruifful — Gr. a/capTros. 

— UoOl, it hecometh, sc. jA-lLo — ytVerat — Part. fem. of JOCTI. 
23 oon OCn, Trans] . lie it is loho heareth My word. 

24. ViZIdI, He 'p^ it forth a pai-ahle — -n-aped-qKev — ^Apliel pret. 3. sing, of 
^ALd (not nsed), Apli. Proposed a parable, likened, comqKired. 

So ver. 31, below Fut. ^ZiSoJ, 1. pi. with aff. S. Mark iv. 30. 

— Occur.s only in these places. 

Heb. 7£^^'tt, Hiph. Compared, Isa. xlvi. 5. 

.■T\O..X 

2.5. PI-jI , tares — ^t^aita — Konn masc. pi. def. occurring only in this 

chapter; see ver. 27, 29, 30. 
2G. Pij, was sprung tip—ifSXaa-T-qaev — Vei'b Peal pret. 3. sing. Came 

7 1 

forth, grew vp, of a plant. — Pret. 3. pi. Cli»-», S. Luke viii. 7 

Aph. ^jk.L.o\, Br ought forth, jiroduced. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. AjJLOJ, 
Hebr. vi. 7. — The word occurs in these places only. 
Heb. XV*) Went forth; grew, Isa. xi. 1. 

T T 

28. ]rii-i^, (that) toe should gather — a-vXXe^wfjiei' — Pael fut. 1. pi. of l^-ii, 

Chose. — Pa. ,_».£:i^.. Selected, collected. — Pret. 3. pi. O i. n .. , ver. 

. -n 7 -K 7 

48, below Fut. (ri-ML_J, 3. pi. ^QJli^i^, ver. 41, below Im- 

.07 77^ .-^7 

])erat. l^ii-ii, pi. O.*"^ it, ver. 30, below Part. \'~) it V>, ver. 29, 

below; — so the Vienna Edition, Tremellius, and Hutter. Schaaf, 

•n 7 

following the Ed. Regia, and others, reads -..t.O,.. ^ . 

29. ^;_QaZ, ye (should) root up — eKpi^wcrrjTe — Fut. 2. pi. of jOS, Ihre up 

bij the roots Fut. ^nnvi — Occurs here only in Peal. 

Heb. *lpV, Plucked up, Eccles. iii. 2. 

r '> -x 

30. . o ^ o po '-I • suffer ye... to grow, lit. groiciug. Partici[)le for 

iiitinitivo. 



S. MATTHEW XIII. 30—33. 293 

Ver. 30. (A_i"^]Sd, in huudles, lit. bundles — Gr. cis Sicrna^ — PI. clef, of 
(fj^DpD, clef. (2.j£DPiD, noun fern. A parcel, bundle, something 
tied together. This noun inserts %^ before the pi. termination. — 

11. ;X0(, Bound. Occurs here only in the N.T. 

— .0,-d]jj, that they may burn, be burned — Gr. tt/oos to KaTaxaiio-at 

avTo. — Neuter verb used as a passive. See note, S. John xv. 6 ; — 
and Phillips's Gr. § 56, ad fin.— Cowper § 22.3. 5. 

31. |j5;_K»5, of mustard seed — ^crtrnTrews — Def. of \>5;.j^, noun masc. 

Mustard; used of the plant and its seed. 

32. pCLLJl, the seeds — Gi-. Tajj/ cnrepfjidToiv — PI. def. of tCULS], def. pai^i], 

7 

noun masc. A seed, grain. R. VJJl, Solved. Occurs elsewhere, 
S. Mark iv. 31 ; 1 Cor. xv. 37, 38, only. 

Heb. JpT, only in pi. D^j'pT, Dan. i. IG; and D^yht, ver. 

12, Vegetables, herbs. 

^■"*•7 ^ •x7 .0-X7 

— paD^j , the herbs — Gr. tojv Xaxanav — PI. def of ^QiDj-j , def. pQ_0;.j , 

noun masc. A garden-herb, pot-herb. Compare *Dj-», def. ^Dj-i, 
the same, Rom. xiv. 2. 

Heb. p'^^ Dent. xii. 10; 1 Kings xxi. 2. 

I TT 

— r^^ (foi' •-»~^-Q'^)) ^'^'^'J*'-, lit- lodgeth, sc, jZuj;.^, noun sing. — Gr. 

KaracTKrjvovv — Aph. fut. 3. sing. fem. of ,—1.0 (not used) Aph. 
r-C)\, Built a nest. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. Aj_o|, S. Luke xiii. 19. — 
Occurs not elsewhere in the N.T. 
Heb. Pi. [3p, Ps. civ. 17. 

33. (^i. ^O .».K-^, unto leaven — ^v'/xt; — J;.j.LcLk», noun masc. def — R. jio.*^, 

•Heb. l/^ri) Foamed, fermented. 

— T 

— Z.;iQ^, she hid — ev€Kpvij/ev — Pret. 3. sing. fem. of ^Lq.^, Diig down, 

■ hid in the ground; and generally, Hid, covered over. The Vienna 
Ed., Tremellius, and some others, rea<l ZjiO^, Pael Part. Peil 

t ox 

^-iJkl^, pi. fem. ,UjJiQ^, laden, overwhelmed with sins, 2 Tim. 
iii. G: the Yienn. and others read . y » ^O ^ 

Heb. I^ta, Gen. xxxv. 4; Exod. ii. 12:~| being in Syr. 
changed for 5. 



294 S. MATTHEW XIII. 33—41. 

Yer. 33. |js>>k2iDj, of 7neal—d\evpov — Noun masc. def. Flour, meal. 
Occurs here and S. Luke xiii. 21, only. 
Heb. T\f2pi Gen. xviii. 6. 

7 

— \ \V? K>, was leavened — i^v/xwOr] — Verb pret. 3. sing. Was in a state of 

fermentation. Occurs in Peal here and S. Luke xiii. 21, only 

y l'' 7 7 

A ph. \\V)Kj(, Leavened. Part. \TVn..Vr> 1 Cor. v. 6; Gal. v. 9. 

Heb. IVt^n, Exod. xii. 34, 39:— ■]» being in Syr. changed 
for VS. 

^ 7 . 7 _ 7 

3o. ^i^fO, and I will utter — Gr. ipev^ofjiaL — Aphel fnt. 1. sing, of ^iCiJ, 

7 .7 

Burst forth. — A ph. ^IjOJ, Made to spring forth, declared, puh- 

lished. Fut. ViniJ. 

Heb. Hiph. j;^3n, Ps. xix. 3; Ixxviii. 2; cxlv. 7. 

3G. t O ■ ^, declare — ^pdcrov — Pael imperat. of .o m c^ Was easy. Pa. 

-" 7 

t O a <^, Made easy, expounded, interpreted, translated. Fut. 

.nil <^1, 1 Cor. xiv. 13, 27 Inf. OO ■ g^^n^, with aff. fern. 

Hebr. v. 11 Part. ^Ctm ^V), S. Mark iv. 34; S. Luke xxiv. 

27, 32.— PI. masc. i O ■ '^^O, 1 Cor. xii. 30 Part. pass. 

7 7 .07 

vn a .ga.Sp, fem. fri-^. e^!^, 1 Cor. xiv. 9. 

Deriv. ]^L»a£3, noun masc. def. An interpretation, translation, 
1 Cor. xii. 10; xiv. 26. 

— \L^\^'iO, and of the field — Gr. tou aypou. ' 

39. CTliQAQ_», tlie end (aff. pleon.) — (rwriXua — isoXo-*, def. ]^n\n » 

(ch. xxiv. G, 14, itc), noun masc. A completion, 2^^fo)'n}ance, 
accomplishment, consummation. — P. V^ \ «, Comjyleted. 

40. __».£;id • ALd , gathered, are gathered — Gr. crvWiycrai — Ethpaal part. pi. 

of F^i, Chose. — Ethpa. wjl^1^iZ.|, Was chosen, collected. — Part. 



K' 



^do. 



41. |Jo ■ "^Id, the offences, things that offend — to. a-KaiSaXa — PI. def. of 

-" • • -^ 7 .. * 7 

VdjLnlO, def. (Jo a^Lo (Rom. ix. 33), noun masc. A cause of 



S. MATTHEW XIII. 41—48. 295 

Ver. 41. offence, stumbling-block. R. \\ * ^ ^ Heb. yU^2, Tottered, wavered. 
Aph. ^^jlID], Caused to stumble. 

Heb. h)^^f2, Isa. viii. 14; Ps. cxix. 165. 

42. ]joZ|iD, into the furnace — cis Trjv Ka/Atvov — Noun masc. def. A fur- 
nace, oven. 

Chald. pjTjSl, def. t^^^lHi^, fein. Dan. iii. 6, 11, &c. 

44 Olj^Klij (j w»ai, Transl. Which a man found and concealed. 

. o J> 5. « 7 . ^ ^ .5 7. .00.7. 

45. |r-iiZ |;j::i-(t.-l, ^oa /i«e?'c/i«H^ maft — avOpwvrw ifxiropio — j;_.tZ. (or (;^.(Z.), 

noun niasc. def. ^4 trader, merchant. PI. def. |V-ii- (or JV^JZ), 
Pev. xviii. 3, &c. — R. i-itZ, Pa. r-iiZ, Trafficked, made gain. 

.07.717 .. 

46. H-LO) /; > o -^ of great i^rice, lit. j/rmi of lyrice — Gr. TroXun/Aov — 

X 7 ... . 

Constr. of ;»<->- (S. Luke vii. 2), adj. Weighty, precious, noble, 
honourable, beloved. — Def. (;>(">■■, S. Matt, xxvii. 9. — Fern. def. 
|Z,}-4_Q_», a heavy sleep, Acts xx. 9; a j^recious stone, 1 S. Pet. 

117 

ii. 6. — -PI. masc. _.j",Li_Q_», r/riewoits, A«?'c? commandments, 1 S. John 
V. 3. — Def. (,• I n I, 1 Thess. ii. 6; S. James v. 7. — Constr. 

. . T, 7 X 7 

(jll.A - >V ' 1^ ') heavy, slow, of heart, S. Luke xxiv. 25. — PI. fern. 
^- . n ! ^ S. Matt. xxvi. 43; S. Mark xiv. 40.— Def. "iZ^J-ClI, 
S. Matt, xxiii. 4; — with aff. pleon. ver. 23. — Form part. Peil 

7 X 

from ;.Q_» , Was heavy. 

Heb. "T'p*, Bear, beloved, Jer. xxxi. 20. — Chald. the same, 
Difficidt, Dan. ii. 11; — Honourable, Ezr. iv. 10. 

For puLDj, see note, S. John xii. 3. 

47. ZuLsxJj, that teas cast — Gr. fSXrjOeca-rj — Pret. 3. sing. fem. of \\ <^ 3 , 

Fell. — Neuter verb used in a passive sense. 

— *^-^M ^^ r~^' ^^ (^'<i>'y kind — in Trai'Tos yeVovs — »£QJL.i, noun masc.' 
derived froiA the Gr. word. — Def. |raj_,t, ch. xvii. 21; S. Mark 
ix. 29.— PI. def. "i^ni-Ti, 1 Cor. xiv. 10. 

48. CnO-OTDJ, they drew it — Gr. um/3t/3acravT£s — Aphel pret. 3. pi. with 

7 •!> .7 

aff. fern, of t-QTDJ, Ascended. Aph. . nCP( (ch. xvii. 1, &c.), 



29G S. MATTHEW XIII. 48-5:). 

T. r 

Ver. 48. Caused to rise, lifted up, drew out, offered t<./>.«_Fut. ._Q£DJ, 

1. 1)1. Hebr. xiii. 15 Inf. nor^V^V 1 S. Pet. ii. 5 Part. 

■ omVn S. Luke xiv, 5; Hebr. vii. 2."). 

Chald. Aph. p^tpH, iufin- Dan. iii. 22; vi. 24. 

— ....Q^AjO, TraiLsl. ylucZ ^Aey sat down mid made choice; and the 

good they put iuto vessels, and the had they cast away, lit. without. 

40. ,Q_»;_2J, they shall sever — d^opioiJcrt — Pael fut. 3. pi. of ._»;^, 
Separated, Pa. «_»f^, Made a distinction, separation Fut. 

■n r -n 7 

w_»;-2L3, cb. xix. 6, &c Part. . «; g^V> cb. xxv. 32. — PI. masc. 

17 _ 7 7 

. •; c^Vo^ S. Luke vi. 22 Part. pass. . •; c^V)^ separate, 

various, diverse: — fern. def. (A •; o\Kn \ g. Pet. iv. 10 From 

Uc 7 
j^.a^, noun masc. def. An interpreter, 

IT, P 7 

1 »yg>iVn S. James ii. 4. 

Cbald. Pa. ^13, part. pass. £^'"lS!D, used adverbially, Dis- 
tinctly, Ezr. iv. 18. 
52. ,1qaZZiLD5, tt'ho (is) instrticted — Gr. ixa6rjTev9eL<; — Etbpaal part, of 
,^n\/ quadrilit. Taught, made disciples. Ethpa. ,iiQllZZ.j (cb. 
xxvii. 57), Was or luas made, a disciple, was instructed. — Pret. 

2. sing. ZyiliVlZ]^ S. Luke i. 4. 

— jAo -As, old tilings — ivaXaia — PI. fem. def. of .-QjZlL, adj. Ancient, 

old.— Del IoJlL, S. Luke v. 39.— Fem. def. Xtn^LL, 2 Cor. 
iii. 14. — R. *oAi», Heb. pHV) P^^- ^'^- S, H «s o^(/; tbe form being 
tbat of part. Peil; wbeucealso tbe noun fem. j / o n - A v ^ Antiquity, 
constr. (m^O /n n 'A v^ ^/it; oldness of the letter, Rom. vii. 6. — 
The verb occurs in tbe N.T. only in Apb. *DAi»|, Made old, with 
aff. pleon. yet with emphatic force, Hebr. viii. 13. 

Heb. t)''P\]^, pi. 1 Cliron. iv. 22. — Cluild. tbe same, Dan. vii. 

9, 13, 22. 

y 7 

55. '^.^fcJJj, of tlie carpenter — tov tIktovo^ — Def. of i-iv-J, noun masc. 

A carpenter, lit. one tbat stretches out, draws out. R. r-t|h-J) Dreio 
out. Occurs 'here and S. INIark vi. 3, only. 



S. MATTHEW XIII. 56—58. XJV. 1—8. 297 

Ver. 56 01Z.C1jm|o, Transl. And His sisters, all of them, are they not 

with us ? 

^ ' . . • 

57. ; ' ^ T ? . *^^*'' (**) despised, ivithout honour — Gr. art/Aos — Part. Peil 

of pikf ' Desjnsed, disdained. Occurs (in Peal) only here and 
S. Mark vi. 4. — Cogn. ij^\, Was small. 
Heb. *)^j;:f, Ps. cxix. 141. 

Transl. Tliere is not a Prophet, or, there is no PropJtet that is without 
honour, &c. 

58. ^m/n iVrr>rn jj^ their unbelief — Gr. t-qv aTTia-Ttav avTW. 



CHAPTER XIV. 

1. p>;_^, the Tetrarch — o T^Tpdpxq'i — Noun masc. derived from the Gr. 

word. 

2. _»;AAcq1d, are accomp)lished, work powerfully — Gr. cvcpyouo-tv — 

7 ^ A V 

Ethpeel part. pi. of ^MD, Did, effected. — Ethpe. ;.i.AlDJ, ^Vorhed, 

energized, put forth power, and passively, Was done, effected. 

Put. jAAtoJ, pi. 3. fem. ^i.^^nJ, S. James iii. 10 Part. 

tlAmkJ, Eph. iii. 20:— Fem. V^^cnV), 1 Thess. ii. 13. 

4 |OotZ>, Transl. That she should he a wife to thee. 

5 h^tOj Transl. And he wished to kill him, hut feared the people, &c. 

». 7 1> 

C. Olr-^ ZL»>0, the place {day) of the hirth, (aff. pleon.) — Gr. yeveo-twv — 
Compare S. Mark vi. 21, 
Transl. But when it vjas the hirthday of Herod. 

— (I i V)m ^pO, hefore the guests, lit. the recliners — Gr. iv tw /acctw. 
7 n ^^ Sd, Transl. On this account he swore to her with an oath. 

8. OTIDjj, hy her mother — viro Tr]s fj-rjTpo^ avTrj<; — Pref. prep. _1, referring 
to the agent. 

— \'~)\ t g^*~), i)i a charger — ctti trivaKi — Noun masc. derived from the 

Gr. A large dish, platter. 
w. c. 38 



2fKS S.. MATTHEW XIV. 11—22. 

Ver. 11. .^Ajj, (one) brought — Gr. ifviyOrj — The subject being indefinite, 

X 

the verb may be rendered passively, Was brought. So in Heb, 
0^ D"'b^'V lEJ'N /2)) tohatsoever was done the)-e, lit. they were 
doing, or did, there, Gen. xxxix. 22. S;J'^"'*J3 / D^ISDHV theij are 
atished, lit. they criish them, before the moth, Job iv, 19. 

12. m ^\» ^ his body — Gr. to o-w/xa — lr-ii-» (Acts ix, 40), noun fern. 

A dead body, corpse. — PI. def. (r.^>-»; Rev. xi. 8, kc. — The pointing 
"), \ » is faulty, the word being identical Avith the Chald. ^7^^, 
def. NnSsi^. (Schaaf.) 

T ; • 

13. ( » o . «^j by land — Gr, ivet^fi, E.V. on foot ; but used in opposition, 

not to riding or travelling by vehicle, but to going by ship, kv 
TrXoio).— So S. Mark vi. 33. 

I » '•^ '^ noun fern. Dry land, as opposed to sea. — E. »»«_dj, 
Was dry. 

Heb. ^^"!l^ Gen. i. 9:— fl^'^V Ps. xcv. 5.— Chald. def. 
XM^"3^ Dan.'ii. 10. 

19. ] ^.ID , He brake — Gr. K/\acra9 — ^Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. Broke, broke off, 
cut off.— Tret 1. sing. Ajlo, S. Mark viii. 19 Fut. lloj, 

1. pi. Acts XX. 7 Part, j^, pi. _«^, Acts ii. 46; — coalescing 

with xr^-^, 1 Gor. x. 16 Ethpe. ._»^^Z.(, Was broken. — Part. 

lloAiL, 1 Cor. xi. 24. 

Heb. ^"^0, Cut of, destroyed; inf. constr. rilVp, Hab. ii. 10. 

T It * I; 

Transl. And He looked vp to Heaven, aoid blessed, and brake, and 
gave to His disciples; and those disciples 2^laced (them) before the 
multitudes. 

21. ^n ;_^^rD, beside — x^^P''^ — ^*^^ note, S. John xx. 20. 

22. ^ v^ (or ^-^, S. Mark vi. 45), He constrained — ^JrayKacrei/ — Verb 

Peal pret. 3. sing. Urged, compelled, j)ressed, oppressed, afflicted. — 
Pret. 3. sing. fern. ZLl^, Avith aff. Acts xvi. 15; Phil. ii. 25.— 
3. pi. O^, witli aflf. S. Luke xxiv. 29 Fut. ^a^]!, 3. ])1. 



S. MATTHEW XIV. 22-30. 29i) 

Ver. 22. ^^^p, with aff fern, they shall keep thee in, a-vviiova-i ere, 
S. Luke xix. 43 — Imperat. ^a^, S. Luke xiv, 23 Part, ^J^, 

Acts xxvi. 11; 2 Cor. v. 14:— Fern. iL^, Phil. i. 24; ^ ll^, 
it is necessary for us, we viust, Rom. xiii. 5. — PI. masc. -t . 

S. Luke viii. 45, &c.— PI. fern. <^i^, Tit. iii. 4 Part. Peil 

fc^_^, S. Luke xii. 50; xiv. 18. — Def. ]^j__i^s, used as an adj., 
with subst. expressed or understood, S. Matt. vii. 13. — Fern. 
I^A. v\, S. Luke iv. 38; as an adj. S. Matt. vii. 14. — PI. masc. 

^--t» I Vs, S. Matt. iv. 24. — Def. 1 1 > ^^ ^ as a noun, 1 Tim. v. 
10. — PI. fern. » t ' ^ ^ Acts xv. 28; in an active sense, Phil. i. 23. 

Deriv. ].a_^, noun masc. def. Affliction, oppressor. PI. with aff. 
Acts vii. 10; 2 Thess. i. 6. 

Heb. (Kal not used) Pi. T^?J^, Urged, pressed, Judg. xvi. IG. 

. 7 ■» 7 

23. Ll.» K» r^O, a7id when it was dark — Gr. Ji/'tas Se y€vo/xivr}<;. 

24 |.21_:^0, Transl. But the ship was distant many stadia from the 

land (cTTaStovs ttoXXovs cxTro 7:75 y^s dir^l^^^v, Vat. MS.), greatly 
tossed with the loaves; for the toind loas contrary to it. 

25. (Z.^4^^> *'^ t^^^ watch — ijivXaK-fj — Noun fem. def. A watch, jyeriod of 

watckmg.—Tl def. "jZv^^j S. Luke ii. 8. — P. •^, Watched, kept. 
I Heb. n*lt3^> ^ prison, Jer. xxxii. 2, 8; xxxiii. 1. 

TT — 

— JAj_Lj.^5, the fourth — Gr. tetopty] — Fem. def. of . . v . «-iy nvfUnal 
number. See note, S. Luke iii. 1. 

26. (J_,.5 0C7I (oVjoJ, that it loas a fallacious vision, lit. a vision of deceit, 

i.e. an apparition, spirit — Gr. on (fxivTaa-fxd Ictti. — So S. Mark 

vi. 49, Gr. (fiavraa-fxa eivai. 
29 A>jJO, Transl. Aiid Peter descended from the ship, and icalked 

on the luaters, that he might go to Jesus. 
30. W*^ 5^^> ^^ *"*^''' — KaraTTovTL^eaOaL — Inf. of ^ICi^, Pressed info, 

impressed, as with a seal, Rev. xx. 3; Sank down, Acts xx. 9 

Fut. ^^AAj — Part. Peil \Wn^, Sealed, Rev. v. 1. 



300 S. MATTHEW XIV. 30—35. XV. 2. 

Ver. 30. Deri v. lln^, noun niasc. clef. A seal, Rev. vi. 3, <fec. — PI. def. 

(Sn(^, ch. V. 1, <kc. 

Heb. y^b, Ps. ix. 16; Ixix. 3, 15.— nj;^^, fern. A seal, or 

seal-Ting, Gen. xli. 42. 
Transl. He loas afraid, and began to sink; and lifted up his voice, 

and said, tfec. 
— . . 1 . rin.c^^ save me — o-wcrov fxe — See note, ch. ix. 24. 

31 - t i 'J^ransl. Otir Lord stretched forth His hand. 

32. A . \ » ceased — eKoiraaev — Pret. 3. sing. fern, of (L» or . > N» (Acts 

XX. 1), Was still, tranquil. — Pret. 1. sing. Z^.i \ •, Acts xx. 31. — 

3. pi. a.kJji^, Acts xi. 18; xvii. 13: — Fern. . > \», S. Luke 

xxiii. 56. — 1. pi. ^-Lk^, Col. i. 9 Fut. ]1^ Imperat. 

wj^, S. Mark iv. 39 Part, 'ili, Acts vi. 13-" xiii. 10; U-» P, 

unceasing, Gr. dStaXeiTTTos, Rom. ix. 2. — PL masc. ^^is.^, Acts 

V. 42 Part. Peil (I3, Quiet, calm, tranquil, def. j 1 \», 1 Tim. 

ii. 2. — PI. masc. _j.lL», Acts xix. 36; 1 Thess. iv. 11 — Pa. 

. ' V «^ Quieted, ajjpeased. Acts xix. 35 Ethpa. ».i. >> A^], 

Ceased— Part. ]3^>V), Eph. i. 16. 
Deriv. "j oV » , Cessation; "jal^^ pj, without ceasing, Rom. i. 9; 

1 Thess. V. 17. 

Heb. nS^J^ and "j^^, Job iii. 26; xii. 6; Ps. cxxii. 6.— Chald. 

rh^, part. Peil hS^, Dan. iv. 1. 

T ; " : 

7 7 

34 0550, Transl. And they sailed (or, rowed), and came to the land 

of Gennesaret. 
«>. 7 . i> 
35 ._*01Q-L50A^J0, Transl. And the men of that place recognized 

Him, and sent to all the villages that were round them: 



CHAPTER XV. 

2. ]/n 1 V>\ « V>^ the tradition — Trjv irapdhodLv — Def. of Oilll^uitlD, 
noun fern. Tradition, doctrine. With aff. ver. 3, 6, below. Form 



S. MATTHEW XV. 2—8. 301 

Ver. 2. of Aph, part, of )>n\ » , Aph. ^\,»] , Delivered, handed down. 

Part. :>qS«V>. 
■ — .... |J0, Transl. And they loash not, &c. 

4 "jai.!^, Transl. For God said — 6 yap ©eos ctTrcv, Yat. MS. 

5. poiZZ, thou mightest be profited — (i(f>€\r}Oi]^ — Ethpaal fut. 2. sing, of 

pen, Took pleasure in, found useful. Ethpe. ...»J(nZ.|, Was pro- 
fited. Pret. 1. sing. Aj^Oli] (some Eds. read Ethpa. Aj_JC7lZ]), 

1 Cor. XV. 32 Ethpa. c_»JaiZl" the same Fut. IjoiAj, S. Matt. 

xvi. 26. 
Deriv, (JlIjoi, noun masc. def. Profit, advantage, S. James ii. 14, 16. 
|Z.0|_»-J01, noun fern, def Pleasure, 2 S. Pet. ii. 13. 

6. ^Zllii^^, ye have made of none effect — T^Kvptia-aTC — Pael pret. 2. pi. of 

^^.^TD, Ceased, loas useless. Pa. ^.^^ (Eph. ii. 1.5, «tc.), Made 

to cease, rendered useless, abolished. Pret. 1. sing. A_L^lO, 1 Cor. 

xiii. 11.— 3. pi. o\^, Kom. iii. 3 Fut.^iu, 1 Cor. i. 28; 

Hebr. ii. 14.— 2. pi. ^O^^^Z, with aff. Acts v. 39 Part. 

^^ilD, 1 Cor. vi. 13.— Fern. HfeiiSo, S. Luke xiii. 7.— PI. 

^5" 7 

masc. ^ I N(}nV), coalescing with ,_l.>j, Rom. iii. 31 Part. 

pass. ^^r^Sp, Rom. iv. 14. 

Chald. Pa. 7^35, Forbade, hindered, Ezr. iv. 21, 23; v. 5; 
vi. 8. 

8. (TiZo <=^ m n , with their lips, lit. loith his li]js, referring to poi ]V>v — 
Gr. Tots x^t'^fo't — PI- def. with aff. of (.aXD, def. ]L^£D, noun 
fem. A lip; margin, shore of the sea, Hebr. xi. 12. — PI. def. 
■jloAcD, S. Luke vi. 45; Hebr. xiii. 15. 

Heb. nSK'j A lip, Ps. xxii. 8: — Shore, of sea or river, Gen. 

T T 

xxii. 17; xli. 3. 

Transl. This peoptle honour eth Me with its lips, hut their heart is very 
far from Me. 



302 S. MATTHEW XV. 9—14. 

Ver. 9. Aj(ri,i;rf), in vain — /acitt/v — Adverb, Vainli/, to no purpose. — 

E. *0}JCD, Was empty. 
Transl. And vainlij do they fear Me. 
11. .«^ . mVi defiling, defileth — kolvoI — Pael pai't. of «i:li(jCD (not used). 

Pa. ^*~-^ » fTi (with aff. pleon. Acts xxi. 28), Polluted. Fut. 

T 7 -^7. Svpy,? 

^'-> -rr\y 2. sing. .'^ . rr>/^ Acts x. 15 Inf. n«^ > mV>\ Acts 

.. 7 

xxiv, 6._»Part. pi. fern. "^ . nnVn ver. 20, below.»_Part, pass. 
.o!r^Vn Acts X. 14, 28, &c.— Def. ]A . r^Vr^ Rev. xxi. 27.— 

» ■« .. 7 

PL masc. def. («^ > mVo ver. 8. 
Deriv. ^^jdCD, noun masc. def. Pollution, ahominatign, — PL def. 
(o .nm Rev. xviL 5. 

. .j7 7 » 

12 Ll\ VX,_., Transl. Knowest Thou that the Pharisees, who heard this 

saying, were offended? 

13. ^Ari^ (jAo^, Par. and Lond. PolygL), plant — ^vrda — Def. of 

JlD^, noun fem. Occurring here only in the N.T. — R. *^n^, 
as follows. 

— CTLO^, hath planted — e^urfucrev — Pret. 3. sing, with aff. fem. pleon. 

of cD^ (ch. xxL 33, (fee), Planted. — Pret. 1. sing. L^^, 1 Cor. 

iiL 6 Fut. <^0^ Part. *C»Ii, 1 Cor. iiL 7, 8; ix. 7. — PL 

^ ' «-^T V S. Luke xviL 28 Part. Peil »11jO, fem, ]n i^J, 

S. Luke xiii. 6. 

— ;.,G \LL (for . v.riv/ 7)^ slmll he rooted up — lKpLt,(ii6ijcreTaL — Ethpeel fut. 

7 7 .-•« 

3. sing. fem. of ;.^i, Eradicated. — Ethpe, ;,Ql»Z.j, Was rooted up. 

Fut. ;AlAj Imperat. :'~^^^X, S. Luke xvii. 6. 

Chald. Ithpe. IpJ^HX, Dan. vii. 8. 

14. |)Q_.|L_], leaders — oSrjyoL — PL def. of 5Q_.,^-3, def. \}Q. ii 1, noun masc. 

One that leads. — R. p4»-J) Drew, led. 

Heb. *1*JJ, A leader. Prince, Ps. Ixxvi. 13. 

• T 

— ] ^r><\ .1 '^ i into the ditch — ih (Sodviov — Def. (with prcf pi'cp.) of 



S. MATTHEW XV. 14—24. 303 

Ver. 14. ^Sdo^i, noun niasc. A pit. Occurs here and S. Luke vi. 39, 

only.— R. ^5^^Q^ ^w^'- 

Heb. m^, Eccles. x. 8. 

15 ]i so^ Transl. And Simon Peter answered and said unto Him, 

'■Lord {my Lord) declare,^ <fec. 
17 Vi / -iOO, Transl. And from thence in purification it is cast out. 

19. U-4^, murder — Gr. <^6voi — Def. of ^^k-^-D, noun masc. Slaughter; 

death, i.e. punishment by death, Acts xxv. 16. — PI. def. U-^jD, 
Rev. ix. 21.— R. ^\^, Slew. 
Heb. hw^ Obad. ver. 9. 

— I / n '•M ..J theft — Gr. Kkoirai — Def. of O m ^t , noun fern, occurring 

here and S. Mark vii. 21, only. R. >n 1 .., Stole. 

— I; Qo m Z-OJCTLCD, testimony of untruth, \.e. false witness — Gr. if/€voo- 

[xapTvpiai — See note, S. John i. 7. 

« P -x 

]j_OQ_» , noun masc. def. Deceit, falsehood. 

Heb. 1p^', A lie, Exod. v. 9;— Plur. Ps. ci. 7. R. IptJ^, 
Deceived, Gen, xxi. 23. 

20. 11 «^ fj, not ivashed, unwashen — Gr. avtVTots — See note, S, John 

ix. 7. ' 

7 7 TV •» 7 

— .*~> .AmV)^ defiled — Ethpaal part, of Pa, ^^ . rn Polluted; see ver. 11, 

7 7 .1> 

above. — Ethpa. *£ijZ\£0|, Was defiled. 
Transl. But if a mail eat when his hands {are) not washed, he is not 
defiled. 

. t> 7 

23. C71_»_l^, He answered her—d7r€KpWr} avrTj^Pael pret. 3. sing, with 

aff. fem. of \±2i, Turned. Pa, ^ ^ ^ (^ (ch, xxvii. 12), Returned 

an answer, replied Part. (j_2lD, ch. xxvi. 62, etc. — PI. masc. 

,_»_L2iSd, S. Luke xxii. 68. 

24. Q-L4?5 which have strayed — Gi\ to. cxTroXw/Xora — See note, S. John 

vii, 47, 
Ti'ansl. Which have strayed from the house of Israel. 



304 S. MATTHEW XV. 25-32. 

Yer. 25. - » ^ •\^j ^telp me — fSo-rjOei fj.oL — Pael imperat. with aff. of 3^, 
Was uspfid to, helped. The Peal occurs (in the N.T.) only in part, 
fem. CTl^ (5j-li5 v*j1, as it may he profitahle to him, Gr. Trpos to 
<rvfi<f>ipov, E.V. 1^0 /»ro/i^ loithal, 1 Cor. xii. 7 Pa. 5,A (S. Luke 

*.. 7 7 

i. 54), Helped, gave assistance. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. Z.3,_L, Rev. 
xii. 16.— 1. sing. ZjA, with aflf. 2 Cor. vi. 2.-3. pi. o5A, with 

aff. Col. iv. 11 Put. 5AJ, Hebr. ii. 18.— 3. pi. ^3,ij, S. Luke 

V. 7 Imperat. h^, S. Mark ix. 24. — PI. o5A, Acts xxi. 28 

Part. yS^iD, S. Mark xvi. 20:— Fem. l^jiiD, S. Luke x. 40.— 
From this verb are derived 
p5>Q-L, noun masc. def. Help), assistance, Hebr. iv. 16: — with aff. 
1 Cor. vii. 35; Hebr. xi. 40; xii. 10. 

p;^ vV) (from part. Pael) noun masc. def. A helper, 2 Cor. viii. 23; 
Phil. ii. 25.— PI. def 1j>A^, 1 Cor. xii. 28, &c. 

VZojIa^, noun fem. def. Help, 2 Cor. i. 11; Col. i. 29. 

Heb. '^W, Ps. xxxvii. 40; Ixxix. 9, &c.— In Syr. ] is softened 
into 5. 

27. \LoL'i£i ^) o/ the crumbs — a7ro twv yj/LXiwv — PI. def of |Z.oZ.^, 

noun masc. def. A fragment. — P. Z^^, Broke, rent asunder, which 
occurs in the N.T. only in Ethpe. Li2iL\, he loas hurst asunder, 
Gr. iXaK-qa-e, Acts i. 18. 
Transl. Yet the dogs eat of the crumbs that fall from the tables of their 
masters, and live. 

28. OJ, oh I — w — Interjection; written with a line above O to distinguish 

it from 0(, or, when the vowels are wanting; and to indicate the 
pronunciation, which is that of the Gr. <S. 
30. L|L_i-A-£>, the maimed — kvKXov^ — PL def of «^<l. i > '^ (ch. xviii. 8), 

adj. Defective in any limb, mutilated. — Def. |^i . \ m^, S. Mai'k ix. 
43. — Form part. Peil of a root not in use. 
32. ' Vr> 'f J fasting — vrjarw; — PI. of 2>CLt«, def. P^n^r ' iio^'i masc. One 

tvho is hungry, in a fasting condition. R. JsOO» ^t> Fasted. 
The word occurs also, S. Mark viii. 3, according to the Vienna 



S. MATTHEW XV. 32—39. XVI. 2. 305 

Ver. 32. and other Eds. — Tremellius and some others read ,, > V) i> , 
part. pi. 

— ^oaO-U, they viay faint — UXvOiaaiv — Fut. 3. pi. of *^CLlk ^-21^, 

Fainted, failed in strength.^^YMt. ^aoU Part. i^]i, pi. masc. 

^ . -^ > V , S. Mark viii. 3. 

Heb. &W, Fainted, was weary, Judg. iv. 21; 1 Sam. xiv. 28. 

33. ^liUCDJj, that toe may fll — Gr, wa-re xopTatrat — Pael fut. 1. pi. of 

U'^m Was fall Pa. \\'-^m (S. Luke i. 53), Filled, satiated — . 

Fut. ^iiiinj, S. Mark viii. 4. 
Heb. Pi. y^^, Ps. xc. 14. 
Transl. Whence have we bread in the wilderness, that we may fill {so 
as to fill) all this multitude? 

34. p>^.>, seven — kina. — Card, nuinb. masc. 

^ "ft ..7 •-« -X .. 7 7 

— H^r^J POJj little fishes — ix^u'Sta— PI. def. of *D^5, adj. Small. — 

. r. 7 7 

Def. ^D,J3j. — R. sClO') »05, Beat small. 

Heb, p'^T, Fine dust, Isa. xxix. ft-.—Tldn, slender, of kine and 
ears of corn, Gen. xli. 3, tfec. 
37. (1^) the fulness of seven baskets, i.e. seven baskets y*«?^ — Gr. kitTo. 
o-TTuptSas TrXijpeis — Noun masc. of form part. Peil from |ILd, Was 
full. Compare (^ » ]1^ |12>|> '>iot even the fulness of an hour ; 
no, not for an hour, Gr, ovh\ Trpos wpav. Gal. ii. 5 : — and the ad- 
verbial phrase v^ » \<~' JILqo, 2 S. Pet. ii. 18:— see note, S. John 
vii. 33. 

— — -.f-tyg^ml, baskets — aiTvpL8a<; — PI. of (j.j;-aflDJ (Acts ix. 25), noun 

derived from the Gr. word. 

7 

39 i-OO, Transl. And when He had sent aioay the multitudes, He 

ascended, into the ship, ttc. 



CHAPTER XVI, 

2. 001 (Q-Ki» , it is, or will be, fair weather — Gr. ciSia — jCl^Jt , noun nmsc. 
dcS. Clearnesit, xereiiiiy. Occurs here only in tlu' N.T. 
W, c. ;j!) 



300 S. MATTHEW XVI. 2, 3. 

Ver. 2. Compare Heb. nPl^, J^tlj- J^ry. Constr. HH^j Dried tip with 

thirst, Isa. v. 13. 

— AoIqCD, is ?-fif/ — TTvppd^eL — Pret. 3. sing. fern, of . nVnm^ Was red. 

Fut. _CilaDQJ. Occurs (in the N.T.) only here and in the next 

verse. 
Deriv. (n^Q£0, Red, scarlet, Rev, vi. 4; xvii. 3, 
3. A->(; 1 V)n, gloomilij — Gr. o-ruyva^wv — Adverb, occuiTing hei-e only in 

the N.T.— R. ';^, Was sad. 
Transl. The sky is gloomily red. 

— ^Q^£dZj, that ye may discern, to discern — Gr. Sta/<ptretv — Fut. 2. pL 

(with i^ref. 5 for infin.) of \oj^, Uxjjlored, examined, tried, proved. 
— Pret. 3. pi. nnn, Hebr. iii. 9 Fut. "iAciJ, 1. sing, "to^t, 

X 7 

S. Luke xiv. 19 Imperat. . » n*-.^ p]. nn*-)^ 2 Cor. xiii. 5; 

1 Thess. V. 21 Part. ]riL, 1 Cor. xi. 28, etc Part. Peil ]n^, 

approved, Gr. 8oki/aos, Rom. xiv. 18, (fee. — PL . '~'*^ , 1 Cor. xi. 

7 X ..1> 

19; coalescing with — J-jo, 1 Thess. ii. 4 Ethpeel , > o o/-|, 

Fas searched, proved, 1 S. Pet. i. 7 Fut. ]no^J, 3. pi. 

,nn^Ai 1 Tim. iii, 10. 

Deriv. J_»_DC1£D, noun masc. def. Proof, exp>erience, Rom. v. 4, itc. 

— ,Q_»^£3Zj, </<«< 2/e ?««?/ interp)ret, to interpret, discern — not expressed in 

7 

the Gr. — Fut. 2. pi. (see the foregoing) of ».J^S, (S. Luke x, 1), 
Separated, determined, decreed, judged; departed. — Pret. 3. pi. 

7 7 

Q_»^, S. Luke xvii. 18. — 1. pi. ^\^, Acts xxi. 1 Fut. 

._»0^^U, 1 Cor. vii. 15: — Fern. . .t.jO^aZ, 1 Cor. vii. 10, 11 

•X 7 » . 

Imperat. pi. Q_*0^, Acts xiii. 2 Inf. «.^;..£ilQA, Hebr. v. 14 : 

— with O paragogic, S. Luke ix. 33 Part. ._»;,S, Rom. ii. 18; 

1 Cor. vii. 15.— PL ^-^i^ij, S. Luke xii. bQ Part. Peil .^r^, 

destined, Gr. IkSotov, Acts ii. 23: — - n t;*^ P, not distinct, uncer- 

I . 7 7 

tain, Gr. a8r]Xov, 1 Cor. xiv. 8: — ■ « ';<=^ (OOI i>0,nLD. teas J ore- 
ordained, Gr. irpoeyvoia/xevov, 1 S. Pet. i. 20. 
Deriv. __»5CL23, noun miisc. Dixtlnrtion, diffrrrncc, division, 1 Cor. 



S. MATTHEW XVI. 3—18. 307 

Vel'. 3. xiL 2.— Pef. "(iijaa, Rom. iii. 22, &c.— PI. clef. iLij'oSJ, 
Eph. iii. 10. 
Q_»0^£), noun fern. def. The discerning, 1 Cor. xii. 10. 

Heb. £^13, Shewed, declared distinctly, defined, Lev. xxiv. 12. 

~ T 

Transl. The face of the shy ye know (how) to discern; the signs of 
this time ye know not (how) to hiterpret. 

4. JiiiJljALD P, shall not he given — ov SoO^a-eraL, rendered by . i «^^n ^7 / ^ 

.." * 

cli. xii. 39, above. — See note, S. John i. 17. 

y 

5 n S^, Transl. They had forgotten to take with them bread. 6. But 

He said unto them, etc. 

7 (lOjsiwiiij , Transl. {It is) because they Jtave not taken bread. 

9 pDi-ii (J, Transl. Have ye not till now understood? Do ye not 

remember those five loaves, &c. — 10. Nor those seven loaves, &c. 
11. ^_2li ( , how ? — TTOJS ; — Adverb of interrogation. See note, S. John i. 23. 
Transl. Hoio have ye not understood, that it was not concerning 

bread (that) I spake to you, but that ye shoidd beware of the 

leaven of the Pharisees and of the Sadducees ? 

■X 7 

13 0.1 V?, Transl. Who do men say, concerning Me that I am, tJie 

Son of man ? 
18. ..-tZ., S\, 3fy Church — /xov 7771/ eKKXrjaiav — Pref. _^ of the object. — 

|Zy-L (ch. xviii. 17, &c.), noun fern. def. A Church, congregation. — 

PI. def. ]L';L, Acts XV. 41, &c. Once "|ZjIp», Rom. xvi. 4. 

Heb. niy> -^'* assembly, congregation, Numb. xvi. 2. — R. 

*7y^, Brought together, assembled. Compare Syr. ^O,, Pa. ri»0, 

-r ' ' 

Appointed. 
— QUO. J_CD_K*J |J , shall not i^revail against it — ov KaTia-^vo'ovcnv av-nj'i — 
Put. 3. pi. with aff. fem. of _CD_»o or _CQ-k», Was pov'erfd, pre- 
vailed Put. ,_m>.»J, Avith aff. ch. xvii. 20 Ethpeel tvi >f/]. 

Was strong. Tmperat. pi. o 1 m .../{ 1 Cor. xvi. 13. 

Deri v. |.Vfn.Kj, noun masc. def. A tower, stronghold. — Pi. def p_CD_»j, 
2 Cor. X. 4. 

Chald. Jpn, in Apli. iDnn, Cave possess ion, Dan. vii. 18, 22. 



308 S. MATTHEW XVI. 19—22. 

Ver. 19. ],. I \n, the kei/s — ras kXcis — PI. def. of "j, . \o (Rev. iii. 7, &c.), 

noun masc. def. A key. Derived from the Gr. word. 
Transl. To thee icill I give the keys, &c. — In the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

KoX is wanting. 
!iU. ^K>..i..a V? QjOOIJ, that He loas the Christ — The word Itjctovs is 

wanting in the Sin. and Vat. MSS. and also in the Arab, and 

Pers. Versions. 
21. « ■ K>J, (that) He should s'}iffer. Supply 5 from the preceding clause — 

7 

Gr. TvaOiZv — Fut. 3. sing, of - » » ^- - » ■^- (Acts i. 3; Hebr. ii, 
18; xiii. 12), Perceived hy the senses, suffered. — Pret. 1. sing. 

A.^, S. Matt, xxvii. 19 Fut. 2. pi. ^ ■ ^t, Phil. i. 29; 

1 S, Pet. iii. 14 1. jjI. ._»_».kJ, Rom. viii. 17 — Inf. .jLjoi^A, 

Acts ix. 16 Part. .^K», 1 S. Pet. ii. 23; iv. 15, 16.— PI. masc. 

10 -^ 7 

^ I ■ Kj, 1 Cor. xii. 26; — coalescing with ^>j, 2 Cor. i. 6; — 
Avith ^oAj"j , 2 Thess. i. 5. 

Deriv. ■•>»>» adj. of form part. Peil, Conscious, 1 Cor. iv. 4. 

]jiGL«_K», adj. Passible, sensible to passions, S. James v. 17. — 
PI. def. ]j»a_ii.j^, Acts xiv. 14. 

. p 7 

|.*-K», noun masc. Passion, suffering, affection of mind, Hebr. 

ii. 9.— PI. def. \IlL, 2 Cor. i. 6, 7, etc. 

— ^i^j^AjO, and (that) He should be killed. Supply 5 as above — Gr. koX 

diroKTavOrjvaL — Ethpeel fut. 3. sing, of ^^.^^j Slew. — Ethpe. 

^^L^oZf (S. Mark ix. 31, etc.), Was slain.— Tvet. 3. pi. o\7^Zf, 

Rev. ix. 18, 20, etc Inf. Q^^dALqIs^, Rev. xi. 5. 

Chald. Ithpe. 'rtppHS, ii^f- Da"- ii- 13. 

22. -.V . fTi K .^ be it far from Thee — Gr. lAew's crot — Verb pret. 3. sing. 
. m o ..t . rr> K> ^Yas propitious, spared, Rom. viii. 32; xi. 21. — 
Here used as a deprecatory interjection, as Lat. absit. So 



t^'^j^ . m >> not so, far be it. Lord! Gr. /xi^Sa/xtos, Acts x. 14; 

xi. 8. — . ro . .. God forbid! Gr. fxrj yivoLTo, Rom. iii. 4, ttc 

Fut. .XDQ-K>J, Rom. xi. 21. — 1. slug. vrDQ-K*!, 2 Cor. xni. 2 



S. MATTHEW XVI. 22—27. XVII. 1— 5. 309 

Ver. 22. Part. w£dU», 1 Cor. vii. 28; 2 Cor. i. 23;— coalescing with ]!], 
2 Cor. xii. 6.— PI. masc. ^ - nn - ^, Acts xx. 29; Col. ii. 23. 
Deriv. |_»_CDQ_»j, noun masc. def. Propitiation, Gr. IXaa-Ttjpiov, Rom. 
iii. 25; Hebr. ix. 5: — lAacr/xo's, 1 S. John iv. 10. 

(jLCDQ_Ki, noun masc. def. Thrift, frugality , sparingness; with 
pref. s^, sparingly, 2 Cor. ix. 6. 

Heb. Din> Had pity on, spared, Ps. Ixxii. 13. 
23. (A_^^oZ, an offence — UKavhakov — Def. of (looZ (1 Cor. x. 32), noun 



fern. A ■stumhling-hlocJc, fall. — PI. del. "JA SiSol. — ^mA\nnA'-i 

<pTl_^5, by their fall, Gr. tw avTwv TrapaTrrw/^aTi, Rom. xi. 11. — 

R. \nl, Offended. 

24 \^\i r~^' Transl. lie that will (or, is desirous to) come after Me. 

2G. ^2)0 ,\.K>Z., (as) f/ie exchange, in exchange— avTaWay/xa — Noun masc. 

def. A comjjensation, equivalent. Occurs here and S. Mark viii. 

37, oiily, — R. »cn\jo. Pa. »^\j^, Changed. 
27 Ull^, Transl. With His holy Angels. 



CHAPTER XVII. 

1. |Aj», six — f.£, — See note, S. Luke i. 26. 

2. .g>\ ^tA »j He was transfigured — fxeTefioptjiwOr] — Eshtaphal pret. 3. 

sing, nf .e^\ ... Pa. .g^\ ... Changed; Shaph. »g^S.K»w», see note, 
ch. iv. 24, above. — Eshtaph. Was changed, transformed.,.^lmpera,t. 
s'^\KilL»'\, pi. n <7> x^^Ail (in some Eds. pointed Q»21_LkjAj], 

Q-aXjoA^]), Rom. xii. 2 Part, K£LL^Lm^O, Hebr. vi. 17. — 

PI. masc. . g^\ -.A •Vn coalescing with _.±>j, 2 Cor. iii. 18. 
Transl. And Jesus loas transfigured before them. 
5. PJLL, a cloud — vc^cXr; — Noun fern. def. — PI. def. (raasc. form) ]) 1 S, 
S, Luke xxi. 27. — Constr. ]I.LqJ» wILi_1_L, S. Matt. xxiv. 30, ko. 
Heb. ]jy, Exod. xiii. 21, 22.— Chald. JJj;, pi. constr. Dau. 
vii. 13. 



310 S. MATTHEW XVII. 5—14. 

Yer. 5. A_i»^], ovefshculowed — iirea-Kiaa-tv — Aphel pret. 3. sing. fern, of 
\^ ^\^ (not used), Pa. \L4, Covered, overshadowed Aph. 

^1, the same, followed by ^ of the object Part. ^\J^, 

fern. )1\^, S. Mark ix. 7.— PI. masc. ^^AX^k), Hebr. ix. 5. 

Deriv, jA_»_L_L^, noun fern. def. A shadow, type, Hebr. viii. 5, &c.— 
PI. def. '{L\'{\1, Col. ii. 17. 

Heb. 77tO) Pi- Covered with planks or beams, Neh. iii. 15. — 
Cogn. 77^f, Made a shadow, Neh. xiii. 19. — Hiph. part. Ezek, 
xxxi. 3.— Chald. SSd, Aph. SVpJ^, Took shelter; fut. 3. sing, 
fern, (for pret.) Dan. iv. 9. 

— .... (J>DO, Transl. And there was a voice from the cloud, ichich said, &c. 

9 __i_L_^, Transl. Before (lit. to the eye of) man tell not this vision. 

11 ( > ^ , Transl. Elias cometh first, that he may restore everything. 

12. But I say unto you, that, behold, Elias is come, and tliey knew 
Jam not, and did, &c. 
14:. . tmnn^'n*-^ \\2^ yt'^^O, and hieeled ofiyds knees — Gr. yovuTrerwv — 
'^'r^ or yn^. Bent the knee, knelt; always (in the N.T.) with the 
noun following. — Pret. 3. pi. C12;^, ch. xxvii. 29; C10iS:>, Rom. 
xi. 4 Put. »^Oi.CU Part, ^'r^, pi. _»^j.O, S. Mark xv. 19. 

X * 7 

Part. Peil y^-fHD, see note, S. John xii. 13 Pa. yt'r^, Blessed, 

see note, S. John vi. 11 Ethpa. *^;.oZ.|, Was blessed. — Fut. 

j^j^dAj, 3. pi. vQ^p^Aj, Gal. iii. 8; fern. ^::V-^^-^> Acts iii. 25. 

^Part. yt-r^i'^, Hebr. vii. 7. — PI. ^j^^^dAI^), Gal. iii. 9. 

Deriv. IAdJCIO, noun fern. def. A blessing, 2 Cor. ix. 5, 6, etc. PI. 
OJO^, Rom. i. 25, <tc. — Def. IZJOjOO, Rom. xvi. IS; S. James 
iii. 10. 

Heb. V-p, Knelt, Ps. xcv. 6 —Chald. '^j^^, part. 'T)^, Dan. 
vi. 11. " 

— vjOlQ^Oj^, his knees. — PI. with aff. of y»0'^ (Rom. xiv. 11; Phil. 

ii. 10), noun fern. A knee. — Def. pjOS, f>. Luke xxii. 11; Acts 
vii. GO. 



S. MATTHEW XVII. 14-21. 811 

Ver. 14. Heb. V^^, Isa. xlv. 23.— V^n^'Sj^ "^"l^*"!' "'^^ ^*^ kneeled 

upon his knees, 2 Chron. vi. 13 Chald. "HIS, pi. with afF. Dan. 

vi. 11. 
15 r^|0, Transl. And he said unto Him, My Lord, have mercy on 

me: (it is) my son, who is a lunatic. ; or, loho hath a lunatic, sc. 

S2nrit — spirit of lunacy. — See notes, ch. iii. 4; iv. 24, above. 

— ^.aJLOI (V)n, oft-times — ttoXXcikis — Used also interrogatively, How 

oft? Gr. TToo-ttKis; ch. xviii. 21; xxiii. 37; S. Luke xiii. 34. 

17. vPI' ^•' — to— Interjection expressive of pity; — so also S. Mark ix. 19; 
S. Luke ix. 41. Also of mockery, Gr. ova, S. Mai'k xv. 29. 

— (ASonSlP, perverse — Sieo-Tpa/A/AeV?^ — Pael pai't. pass. fem. def. of 

^OS, Pa. J>QD-L, Twisted, distorted, turned aside. — Fut. I>C1QU, 

Avith aff. pleou. and pref. j, Acts xiii. 8 .Inf nVin vVnX^ ver. 

10 Part. y^nsV>, pi. ,_juklQilD, 2 S. Pet. iii. 16 Part. 

pass, :>QAik), Tit. iii. 11.— Def. Ikiniso, Phil. ii. 15.— PI. fem. 
def. iZikioIlD, A(^s XX. 30. 

Schaaf here re^fe jA^lQSLo, part. pass, of \lCLL, Pa. V^nS, 
cognate with the above. So also Castel Lexic. in verb. 
Heb. ^0, Pu. part. Hab. i. 4. 

— ,_,AiD|j |ibpi», hoio long? — cws TroVe; 

18 Ih^O, Transl. And Jesus rebuked him, and the devil ivent out of 

him. 
19 I i^O^, Transl. Why could not we cure him? 

20 P-*?) Transl. Remove hence; and it shall remove. Pref. 5 intro- 
ducing the speech. 

— ^om m »^kJ, shall prevail against you, i.e. shall he beyond ymir 

strength, impossible unto you — Gr. aSvi/aTjfcrct v[uv. — See note, ch. 
xvi. 18, above. 
21. ]k50^, by {in) fasting — (ev) vrjaTeia — ^Noun masc. dof. A fast. — 
E. ;>00» )>0,, Fasted. 

Heb. Cl^^f, 2 Sam. xii. IG; Tsa. Iviii. 3, S:c. 



312 S. MATTHEW XVII. 21—27. XYIII. 3, 4. 

Ver. 21. ]Za\^£D, hy {in) prayer — Iv Trpocrevxr} — Def. of Q-^t , noun fem. 

Prayer. — PI. \Q-^\' -^P^^* ^'^- ^^ ^^^' l-^^\' ^^^^ ^^^^' ^' 

&c. : — with aff. S. Matt, xxiii. 13, &c. — R. P», Bent down. 

24. --^101 r— t'Z r— ''^' ^^"^ double drachma, didrachmon — m Si'Spap^/xa — 

PL of 101, clef. llOl, -4 drachma, Gr. Spax/Aif, </t6 -4<<ic (silver) 
drachma: — with aff. S. Luke xv. 9. 

— Mfc-»5 -g^fy^ ;, o/ the head-money, poll-tax. — <<=^ffin, noun maac. 

Money, silver. — Def. (c^rnn ch. xxv. 18, &c. 

Heb. &p5, Silver, Gen. xx. 16; Ps. Ixviii. 31,— Chald. &D5, 
clef. J^£)D3, i>an. ii. 35; v. 2, 4, 23; Ezr. v. 14. 

T ; — 

25. ]mnV> ^ custom — tcAt; — Noun masc. def. Tribute, revenue. 

Heb. D5/!D, Numb. xxxi. 28, &c. Usually referred to the 
root DDD, Numbered, reckoned: but, by some, to DD^) Arab. 

- T - T 

Made or levied a tax. 
2G. l>]js* JLl^, sons of the free, i.e. /ree — Gr. IXcvOepoi — See notes 

S. John i. 12; viii. 33. 
27. p^oXo, a hook — ayKia-rpov — Noun masc. def. occurring here only in 

the N.T. — P. ^iXo, Swalloioed, gorged. 

— .... ]jQJO, Transl. And the first fish that conteth u-p, open his mouth. 

— ^JAcd"!, a piece of money — a stater'— ararrj pa — Def. of 5ZvCDJ, A silver 

coin, of the value of four drachmre. 



CHAPTER XVIIL 

3. . dHaoiZ-Z., ye be converted — arpacfirJTe — Ethpeel fut. 2. pi. of ^^01, 

Turned. — Ethpe. wi^OlZ], Was turned, transformed; returned..^ 

Fut. j,.acnAj, ch. xxiv. 18; S. Mark xiii. 16; S. Luke xvii. 31; 
S. James iv. 9. 

4. yliloLo, humbling, shall humble — TaTreivwoT; — Pael part, of »^sLd wiLO 

(v^Ld, as if from a verb QJL, Hebr. ii. 9), Was debosrd, hmnhJed 



S. MATTHEW XVIII. 4—10. 313 

Ver. 4. Pa. yd^, (Phil. ii. 8), Huynhled. Pret. 1. sing. AnHikJ, 2 Oor. 

xi. 7 Put. ^£kU, with aff. 2 Cor. xii. 21. 

Heb. 1.'2'!2, in Kal once, Ps. cvi. 43. 

7 

5 ^-^O, Transl. And he who shall receive {one, or, such) as this little 

child. 

6. (jL-ikZ, hanged — Gr. Kpe/jLaaOfj — Part. Peil fern, of ]JZ, Suspended. — 

Pret. 3. pi. QaZ, hoisted a sail, Acts xxvii. 40. — 2. pi. .oLaJ^L, 

with aff. ch. v. 30 — Part. Peil ]J"Z, S. Luke xix. 48 Ethpeel 

« I NZZ I , Was sicsjjended.- — Part. "PZALd, Gal. iii. 13. 
Heb. nhj^, Gen. xl. 19, 22. 

T T 

— M-»^>; « inill-stone — /x.i;Aos — Noun fern. — PI. clef. ]Zq-k»>. 

Heb. dual D^pllj Exod. xi. 5. 
Transl. A mill-stone of an ass, i. e. turned by an ass, and not by- 
hand. — Gr. oVtKos. 
- — 0150^^, about his neck — iirl tov Tpa^^rjkov avrov — |5o» , noun masc. 
The neck.— 'PI. with aff. . OC71j50» , Acts xv. 10; Eom. xvi. 4. 
Heb. ^5<!|^, Gen. xxvii. 16; Ps. Ixxv. 6. 

T — 
7 7 

— ^ICL^iD, drowned, {that) he were drowned — Gr. KaTaTrovTL(r6y — Pael 

y . 7 7 

part. pass, of K^CiI,, Sank. — Pa. ^lO^, Immersed, droioned. — 

Part. pres. pi. fern. ^Sn'/>k), 1 Tim. vi. 9. 

7. |0 1 1 |, it must needs be — Gr. dvayKT), whence the Syr. word. — So 

Hebr. ix. 23. Necessity, 1 Cor. vii. 26. — .^njj], S. Jude ver. 3. 

^ 7 5"^ 7 . 7 7. 7 

— »CD0^QJ_3(rD (some Eds. read »£Do[nj_3(^) in imitation of the 

Gr. Iv dvajKais, 2 Cor. vi. 4. 
8 ]Jo, Transl. And not that having two hands or two feet, thou fall 

into the fire everlasting. — So also in ver. 9. 
10. ^mnZ., {that) ye despise — Gr. KuracfypovrjarjTe — Aphel fut. 2. pi. of 

(liciO, Held in contempt. — Aph. ■ > m '-^'j the same Fut. Imoj, 

1 Tim. iv. 12; Tit. ii. 15.— 2. sing. ]mn2, I Tim. iv. 14.— 1. pi. 

]rnni, Hebr. ii. 3. 

Cogn. Heb. HD, Hiph. t^'i'l'n, Esth. i. 17. 

T T T : • 

w. c. 40 



314 S. MATTHEW XVIII. 12—19. 

Ver. 12. pi^Z.0 —.tJL^L, the ninety and nine — Gr. ra ivvevTjKovTaevvta— 
Card. num. masc. and plural. Fern. Vi_»i., ch. xx. 5. 

Heb. riy2J'/n> constr. Numb, xxxiv. 13. — PL D^VK^H. ninety, 
Gen. V. 9. ^ ■ 

Transl. Doth he not leave the ninety and nine in the mountain, 

and go {and) seek, &c. 

15. ^\ilCD|, has trespassed, shall have trespassed — Gr. dfuip-njcrrj — Aphel 

pret. 3. sing, nf v^nm Was dull, foolish. — Aph. Committed /oily, 

did foolishly, unjustly. — Pret. 2. pi. ,nA\nm] Gal. iv. 12.^ 

..1. 7 

Fut. Wnm 1 S. Luke xvii. 4 Inf. (witli pret. 1. sing.) 

Axnm'j n X'-'tfY^Vo have I done any wrong, committed an offence ? 

Gr. dixapriav i-Koiiqcra; 2 Cor. xi. 7 Part. WnmVn Acts vii. 24, 

27; 2 Cor. vii. 12.— PL . \nmV> Acts viL 26; 1 Cor. viii. 12. 
Followed by *0 of tlie person injured. — From this conjugation is 
derived 
1 XnortVn noun masc. def. One who commits a tvrong, is unruly, 
2 Cor. vii. 12; Col. iii. 25.— PL def. ]i2LikQk?, 1 Thess. v. 14; 
1 S. Pet. ii. 14. 

Heb. Hiph. 7^20/1) Acted foolishly, 1 Sam. xxvi. 21; followed 
by )ti^V, to do, in so doing, Gen. xxxi. 28. 

— - -m . <y>n|^ tell him his faidt, admonish, reason with him — eXey^ov 

avTov — See note, S. John viiL 46. 

— Z.5Aj, thou, hast gained, gained over to thyself, made thine own — cxcp- 

8r;cras — So 3Z( ( »^ »■ > « V>\^ ^ that I may win Christ — Iva Xpia-Tov 
KepSrja-w, Phil. iii. 8. See note, S. John vi. 12. 

18. > ]!JD ^^, whatsoever, lit. all that which — Gr. ocra idv. 

19. ^oL.m-3, they shall agree — av/xtfuovrjcruia-Lv — Ethpeel fut. 3. pi. of \Q-b, 

Was equal, worthy. — Ethpe. t_iOAji], TT'as made equal, agreed 

together.— Vret. 3. pi. a^oL»'(, 2 S. Pet. i. 1 Fut. loA^, 

2. pi. ^oA^Z, 1 Cor. vii. 5. 

— Qf~) » \iO ^i., as touching, concerning, anything, i.e. anything what- 



S. MATTHEW XVIII. 19—26. 815 

Ver. 19. ever, everythitig — Trcpt Travros Trpay/xaros — Q^t , noun fern. Thing, 
^natter, hit,siness. Def. jZoO*, Acts ii. 12; 1 Cor. vii. 37. — 
Constr. Zoo., with |.»-2U or P-j-LJ, Oneself ;—^qg notes, 
S. John iii. 27; vii. 18.— PI. ^\, Hebr. vi. 18.— Def. lloiby 
Acts xviii. 15, &c, — R. 1^» , TFas willing, desirous. 
Chald. !ll^, Dan. vi. 18. 

21 •-»^^, Trans]. My Lord, how often, if my brother sin against me, 

shall I forgive Mm? 

X 7 

22. > v*^ r, seventy — Card. num. pi. 

Heb. W'^'l^a;, Gen. 1. 3. 

_ ^li2L» vsA*, see Cowper's Gr. § 191 (2). 

23. p.r:L^Q_K», account — Gr. X6yov — Def. of ,^n •Q-kj (Phil. iv. 15), noun 

masc. A matter, computation, reckoning. R. <*^ ■ to, Considered, 
computed. 

Heb. |i32J^*n> Reason, judgment, understanding, Eccles. vii. 
25, 27; ix. 10." 

24 no. O j Transl. T/iey brought unto Mm one who (loas) a debtor 

of, &c. 

— QiDJ, few thousand — Gr. fxvpiwv — Noun fern, often used to express any 

very great number. — PI. ^QJD>, Acts xxi. 20. — Def. [Ld^'i, 
S. Luke xii. 1. 

Heb. n:n^1, pi- nUll, Juclg. xx. lO; Ps. iii. 7.— Chald. 

T T ; T ; 

i!!'!, pi- jni (Keri jinn), Dan. vii. 10. 

— -..ty.'^O, talents — Gr. raXavTwv — PI. of \'rD^ (ch. xxv. 24, 28), noun 

fern. A talent. 

Heb. "^^^j -4 to?en< = 3000 shekels of the sanctuary, Exod. 
xxxviii. 25,^27.— Chald. pi. )n53, Ezr. vii. 22. 

25. VS0;_2U0, and (that) he should pay — Gr. koI aTroSoOrjvai. 

05 ;_4i|, have patience — [xaKpoOvfxrjcrov — Aphel imperat. of r-\t-^t 
Was lo7ig, of long duration, 2'>')'otracted, delayed (Castel). In the 
N.T., only in part. Peil, and in a similar phrase, (7Lk»0> \; i ii 1, 



316 S. MATTHEW XVIII. 26—33. 

Ver. 2G. Patient, long-svffering , lit. lengthening his spirit, Gr. dve^iKaKov, 
2 Tim. ii. 24. — Fem. ai.K»o5 «_»ai (; » .i ^, sufereth long, Gr. 
fxaKpo6vfi€L, 1 Cor. xiii. 4; — the part, used in an act. sense. 

Apli. ;_.•!, Protracted, continued his discourse, Acts xx. 7, 9. 
(^-•1, Acts xxviii. 30 is more pi'operly regarded as Pael of ^.-.j, 

hired), 0T-kj05 ^ij, Was patient, Hebr. vi. 15.__rut. r-iV-3> 
(that) he would tarry, followed by ZoJ^, Acts xviii. 20. — 2. pi. 

^QI1k»o5 ^i^L, suffer, be ^jaiiewi with, ^O, Hebr. xiii. 22 

Imperat. pi. ^OHjoOJ 0;-<i(, 1 Thess. v. 14; S. James v. 7, 8 — 

, 1> -X ^ 7 7 ^ 

Part. alL»^o5 ^c^, long-sufferhig, S. Luke xviii. 7. 

^•QJ, noun masc. def. Length of days or time: — lr\|(^ r-^» 
from a long time, from tJie beginning, Gr. avw^ev, Acts xxvi. 5. 

.0. «>I7 ^ .4wX7 

Vo;, > -tiH-i; noun fem. def. A lengthening. — Constr. Z.0; i ■! 1 
(-kj05, Long-suffering, 2 Cor. vi. 6, &c. 

];^fc.LD, noun fem. deiiv. fr. Aph. part. — Constr. (.kj05 L'^^tJ^D, 
same as the preceding, Rom. ii. 4, &c., and as adv. with pref. »iD, 
Gr. fjiaKpo6vfJiw<;, Acts xxvi. 3. 

Compare Heb. "^li^. Prolonged, Gen. xxvi. 8: — also Hiph. 

in phrase ^jBX 'T|"''^X^^> ^ w?i7Z 6e patient, defer Mine anger, Isa. 

xlviii. 9. 

28. OiZqjLS, his fellow-servants — Gr. twv awSovXwv airoC — PL with aff. 

of Ll^, noun masc. A felloio-servant. — Def. (A in^ Rev. xix. 10; 

xxii. 9. — PI. def. (fem. form) (Z.Q-1£). — R. p.D, see note, ch. x. 3; 

also note, S. John iii. 25. 

Heb. ni3, pl- ^^-ith aflf. Ezr. iv. 7. Chald. nJ5, pL pJ2, 
T : T : iTT ; 

constr. n"Ii5> with alT. Ezr. iv. 9, <fcc. 

TT ; 

y y 
31 0|,>j iD, Transl. When their fellow-servants saw, &c 

33. ^Q>K»Z.5, that thou shouldest have had compassion — Gr. iXerjaaL — Fut. 

^ * -X .1> 7 

2. sing, (irregular, and probably faulty, for ^a>jZ,5) of ^-l->-» ^--»-», 
Was kind, gracious, lead pity on. — Prct. 1. sing. Ai^j, with aff. 



S. MATTHEW XVIII. 33, 34. XIX. 1—6. 317 

Ver. 33. in tliis verse Fut. ^CLkkJ, 1. sing. ^jsi(, Rom. ix. 15.__Im- 

perat. ^jj, with afF. S. Luke xviii. 13 Part. A.^, Rom. ix. 

15.__Ethpeel __1>jZ.|, Obtained mercy. — Fret, 1. sing. Aa_L>jZ.j, 
1 Cor. vii. 25; 1 Tim. i. 13.— 2. pi. ^Aj_LaZf, Rom. xi. 30 

77.. TV ^ ^''a'" 

Ethpaal _1.jjZ.|, the same; also, Made request. — Part. i -^AVn 
Rom. i. 10. 

Deriv. JAj_Lk»Z., noun fern. def. Supiolication, 1 Tim. ii. 1. 

Heb. ]^n, Ps. iv. 2, &c.— Chald. pH, inf. 1^12, Dan. iv. 24.— 

Ithpa. pnnj^, part. ch. vi. 12, 

ij'RO ..7.7 7 

34. Pj_nu_liiQA, to the tormentors — rots /3acravt(TTats — PI. def. of ^,~ii 1 V) , 

^ . p p 7 _ ^ 

def. p,.^t.jJsD, noun masc. A torturer. Derived from Pael part. 

7 ^ -n 7 

of i-iihJ, Dreio. Fa. r-i%-J, Beat, scourged. — Occurs here only in 
the N.T. 



CHAPTER XIX. 

1. ^.Qji, He departed — fiery pev (._k_l_», ch. xiii. 53). — See note, S. John 

i. 29. 
4. j^Uj, male — apa-ev — Noun masc. def. — PI. def Vr^?j 1 C!or. vi. 9; ITim. 

7 

i. 10: — with aff. Rom. i. 27. — R. ^J, Heb. ^^T, Remembered. 
Heb. I^T, Gen. i. 27. 

T T 

— jAoo 1, female — OijXv — Def. of \£i£i2, noun fem. The female sex. 
Some Eds. point "jA^liAj. — PL def. "j'ArlQJ, Rom. i. 27; — with 
aff. ver. 26. 

Heb. r^^p^, Gen. i. 27. 

■^7 

G. "-iiOl > Ji'C'i^'' joined together — tnjve^eu^ev — Yerb Pael pret. 3. sing. — de- 
rived from Gr. ^uyo'co, {cuyvu/xt, Ijat.jugo. — Occurs in the N.T. here 

7 7 .K 

aud S. Mark x. 9, only._Ethpaal "-iiOjl | , Was joined, m/xrried. 

77-^ 77, T> 77. •^ 

— Fut ^.05p, 3. sing. fem. wyiOjlZ. (for .-ju-iOjlZ.), let her he 



318 S. MATTHEW XIX. 6—20. 

Ver. 6. married, Gr, ya/ictVwo-ai', 1 Cor. vii. 36. — 3. \A. ^O-.OjP, ver. 9: 

—Fern. ^tP?P' 1 Tim. v. 14 Inf. a^.O?lV)\, 1 Tim. iv. 3. 

Dei'iv. LiOOl , noun masc. def. Marriage — 6 ya.^o<;, Hebr, xiii. 4. 
1 n«-^n my^ of divorcement — aTroo-Tacrioi; — Def. of - Q*7)Q-», noun masc. 
Desertion, putting away ; dismission, deliverance ; remission of sin. 

« T> .0 .. !> -X 7 

— Constr. jai.^L*j _Q^Q_», Acts ii. 38, &c. — R. . on », Left, 
put aioay. 

Compare Heb. ri'iriH^ or ^71^3. Deut. xxiv. 1, 3; Isa. 
1. 1.— R. ri"l5, Cut off. 

— T 
■X ^ . -X 7 

8. ^ai5JQ_i» /n . « n^ iAe hardness of your hearts — Gr. rjyv aKX-qpoKap^iav 

•X 7 .0. -x 7 

{i//,a)v — Constr. of n ^ » d^ def. jZ.Q_i_«_D, noun fern. Hardness, 
severity. — R. (.a-O, Heb. H^p? ^'"^^ Aarc^. — Pa. »_»_«_0, Hard- 

T It 

ereed Fut. 2. pi. ^ m n/ ^ Hebr. iii. 8, &c Part. ( ■ oV>, Rom. 

17.. -n ., -K 7 T, 

ix. 18 Etlipaal - > « ^/f^ Tl'as hardened. — Fut. \.m-OL3, Hebr. 

-i> 7 T, 

iii. 13 Part. pi. ^ . « oAVi Acts xix. 9. 

Dei'iv. Aj(j_«_0, adv. Severely, 2 Cor. xiii. 10; Tit. i. 13. 

Compare Heb. ^^p, Obstinacy, hardness of heart, Deut. ix. 27. 

9. |3Q-4t (jj, lit. o/iio adultery, i. e. who has not committed adultery. 

11 m 1 x''^ (J , Transl. iV^o^ every man is sufficient for this saying, 

but he to whom it is given. 
12. p V> .mV) eunuchs — evvovxot — Lit. those who are faithful, to be trusted. 

— See note, S. John i. 7. 

13 __»,_»01, Transl. Then they brought unto Him, &c. 

14 _j_A_»|55, Ti-ansl. For of those who are such as these, is, &c. 

16 Im*^) Transl. And tliere came one, (and) drew near, and said unto 

Him, &c. 
20. ]Vi . Vv the young man — o vcavicrxos — Noun masc. def A youth. — 

Fem. def. ]A<vn . Vv, A young icoman, a maid, S. John xviii. 17. 

—PL masc. .C^.'^v Acts v. 6.— Def. ]iQV^S, ver. 10, &c.— 

R, S nVv , only in Ethpe. pret. 3. fem. . t ViNsZ") (in some Eds. 

. .Vn\k/ j Ethpa.), Came to maturity. Rev. xiv. 18. 



S. MATTHEW XIX. 20—23. 319 

Ver. 20. Heb. U7]^, A youth, 1 Sam. xvii. 56.— Fern. H/bSj^, « girl, 
Gen. xxiv. 43. 

— «-»^.Q_»_\4 r^> from my youth tip — Ik reoTryros \x.ov — O i N |^, def. 

1lo I \ ^ (1 Cor. xiii. 11; 2 Tim. ii. 22), noun fem. Childhood, 
youth. — E. (X^, Was fresh, young. 

— (jj ;■> CX^ Kt ]-11d, {in) lohat am I deficient? what lack I yet? — Gr. rt 

£Tt vcrrepco; — ; . m ^. adj. Destitute, needy, wanting. — Fem. 
1^juCD_.!», S. Mark x. 21; S. Luke xviii. 22; 1 Thess. iii. 10.— PI. 
masc. _i;_i.rcuj, Rom. iii. 23; S. James i. 4; ii. 15. — Constr. 

» o * 7 X 7 

( 1 1 S5 • -y > <v> »^>^ wanting in understanding, fools, Gr. a<f}pove<;, 

7 

dvorjToi, S. Luke xi. 40; xxiv. 25. — Form of part. Peil from ^TCLk*, 
Was deficient. 

Compare Heb. ^DIl, verbal adj. Lacking, 1 Kings xi. 22. — 
^/''nDrij '^oid of under standi7ig, Prov. vi. 32, &c. — Chald. "n^DHj 
Wanting, light in weight, Dan. v. 27. 
21. ^y I ) .n , iAy possession, that thou hast — a-ov to. virdp^ovTa — . i 1 O, 
noun masc. Goods, x)ossession, wealth. — Def. p_*_1..0, in the next 
verse. — Constr. j^\v ^_».J_0, riches of the world, money, Gr. 
)(prjfxaT<Dv, Acts viii. 20. — PI, def. ^LjlJ_D, with aff. S. Luke viii. 
3. — E. p_D , Obtained, possessed. 

Heb. rjp, Acquisition, getting, Prov. iv. 7: — Possession, Gen. 

xxxiv. 23; xxxvi. 6; Ps. cv. 21. 

23. ^cn U4^, it is difficult— Qr. SvctkoXws— Fem. of ^^L (S. Luke i. 37, 
"" p 

Gr. aSwaTT^o-ei), adj. Hard, difficidt, slow of comprehension. — PI. 
■ V \ 5^, Gr. aa-vvejoi, S. Mark vii. 18.— R. ^^4^, Arab. Was at 
leisure, careless. 

Compare Heb. Niph. 72fJ^J, Was slothful, Judg. xviii. 9; — 

and 7lfy, verbal adj. Slothful, Prov. vi. 6, 9; xiii. 4; xv. 19. 

— \f^t2^, for a rich man — Gr. TrXovortos — Def. of j^Aii (S. Luke xii. 

21; xviii. 23, &c.), adj. Rich, abounding ; co;jtoz(s discourse. — Fem. 



320 S. MATTHEW XIX. 23—29. 

Ver. 23. I^AI, Acts ix. 36.— Def. ")2.;-.A1, Acts xv. 32.— PI. masc. def. 

Iv^AI, S. Mark xii. 41,&c.— PI. fern. def. IZ'^aI, Acts xiii. 50. 

Deriv. A_»l;_«Ai>, adv. Riclily, Col. iii. 16, &c. 

Of form part. Peil from JZiL, Was rich. Pret. 1. sing. Z3Al», 
Eev. iii. 17.— 3. pi. oill., ck xviii. 3, 15, 19.— 2. pi. ^Zj^, 

1 Cor. iv. 8 Fut. SAJLl, 2. sing, hh^ll, Rev. iii. 18.— 3. pi. 

^3AlJ, 1 Tim. vi. 18.— 2. pi. ^5ZllZ", 2 Cor. viii. 9; ix. 11 

Inf jLlklX, 1 Tim. vi. 9 Aphel 5^f, Enriched. Part. pi. 

T 7 7 

—jjAiiD, coalescing with ^-3L>s»j 2 Cor. vi. 10. 

Heb. ^^'j;, Was rich, Hos. xii. 9; Job xv, 29.— Hiph. *)^^'j;n, 

Enriched, Gen. xiv. 23; Ps. Ixv. 10.— Deriv. 'y^'O, Rich, Ps. 

xlix. 3. 

24. ^ > N ^j easy, easier — ewKOTrcorepov — Part. Peil of xLj ^5, Was small, 

feeble. — Used as an adj. Easy. — Fern. (Ij-Xj, S. Luke xviii. 25. — 

PI. masc. »V'V:, 1 Tim. vi. 18. — So \\ . \l, def. ]1°. \], 
Small. 

Compare Heb. 7*!J, Feeble, lean, Gen. xli. 19. 

1 " ♦> 7 

j50;-K»-O, into the hole, through the eye — Gr. 8ia Tpvn7][xaTo<i — Noun 

masc. def. A hole, cavity. 

Compare Heb. ^)n, Song of Sol. v. 4; ^H, 2 Kings xii. 10. 

- 7 7 K k ^ 

— l^uK^iiDj, of a needle — pa^tSos — Noun masc. def. — P. ^4-k>, »4-kj 

(same as »^Q-k» c^-k»), Sewed. 

28. "j2.,-Kj l^nVvOj in the new world — Gr. eV rfi TraXtyyevccrta. 

- l> ... 7 

— »CDQJ03Z ^^, uj)on the throne — lirl 6p6vov — Noun adopted from the 

Gr.— Written »CDaj5Z, Eev. iv. 4, 5, etc. 

— ^ClIO^Lo , and ye shall judge — Gr. K/itVovTes. 

29. jl ^no ^>j, an hundredfold — (.KaTovTairXaaiova. — Multijiles are ex- 

7 

pressed by *^ ^jj prefixed to the numeral : — sometimes by %^ 
alone, as p^l^jjli^, fourfold, Gr. TtTpa-irXovv, S. Luke xix. 8: — 



S. MATTHEW XIX. 29, 30. XX. 1—3. 321 

Ver. 29. sometimes even by the simple numeral, as in oh. xiii. 8, 23, 
above. — See Phillips' Gr. § 23, ad fin. 

30 j ( "«' .1 "•> , Transl. But many (are) the first that shall be the last, 

and the last the first. 



CHAPTER XX. 

1. 5q_.iPj^ that he mi(/ht hire, to hire — Gr. ixiaOiocraaOaL — Put. 3. sing. 

(pref. 5 for infin.) of r-\\\, Made a bargain with, made gain of. — 

^ . ^"J . 

Pret. 3. sing, with aff. ver. 7, below Part. Peil ; » ^\, used in 

def. as a noun; see note, S. John x. 12. __Pael ;»..), Hired, Acts 
xxviii. 30. 
Deriv. |Z.;_ii|, noun fern. A letter. Acts ix. 2 (pi. in some Eds.); xv. 
23, 30, &c.— PI. def. ]liS, ch. xxii. 5, &c. 

Heb. IJi^, Collected, gathered in harvest. Pro v. vi. 8; x. 5; — 

— T 

vintage, Deut. xxviii. 39. 
— rnVn.nX^ into his vineyard — ecs tov a/x.TreXwi'a avrov — ^^D, def. (.LOj^ 

7 

(ver. 4, 7, 8, &c.), noun masc. A vineyard. — R. l>OiD, Amputavit, 
prcecidit (Castel), whence, Broke up, ctU through the soil. 
Heb. £]*l3, Isa. v. 1. 

7 _ 7 

2. f^, he agreed — Gr. crv/x^wvifcras — Pret. 3. sing, t^^ ^^j Made a com- 

pact toith (i<lL). — Pret. 2. sing. L^Jd, ver. 13. — 3. pi. O^JD, ch. 
xxvii. 9. The primary meaning is. Cut off, sheared, as in 

Heb. V^p, Deut. xxv. 12.— Chald. (Pe. not used) Pa. T*^p, 

Cutoff, Dan. iv. 11. 

3. ^ I \ I 5 '^ > ^'^^^ — dpyors — PI. of ^\j.^lD, adj. Idle, unemployed, use- 

" ?ess.— Def. ]I*-6^, ch. xxv. 30.— PI. def. Ul^i, S. Luke xvii. 

10.— PI. fem. A'l' t)L, def. "lA^^^^^, Tit. i. 12.— Form of part. 

Peil from ^^4^> Ceased. 
Transl. And saw others standing in the market-place, and idle. 
w. C. 4-1 



322 S. MATTHEW XX. 5—16. 

Ver. 5. ^i-»Z, the ninth — Ivvarqv — Card. num. fern, used for the ordinal. 
So A^, the sixth. 

Heb. y^n> fern. Gen. xi. 19. For ordinal, 2 Kings xviii. 10. 

G. . . g^ ji about — TTcpt — Compound of _^ and ♦ .i ^\, constr, of _j.^|, 

def, "i^], The face. Occurs also, Acts x. 3. 
— "j ^-cnv ^ ..> the eleventh — Trjv ivSeKar-qv — Card. num. fern, used for the 

7 7 

ordinal. — Masc. ^mSpKt, ch. xxviii. 16, &c. 
Heb. rribj^'nnS, fem. Josh. XV. 51. 

8. rn/ \ . '^'^i \; to his steward — Gr. tw cTriTpoTra) avTov — \l\ \ *"^*~)? (S. 

.f 7 7 

Luke xvi. 1, 2), or separately, |Aj..O *o5, S. Luke xii. 42, lit. 
^Ae chief of the house.— Fl. ]L^ JL^h, 1 Cor. iv. 1, 2; Gal. iv. 2. 
.... };_»0, Transl. And begin from the last even unto the first. 

11. Q-lI^J, they murmured — lyoyyvt^ov — Pael pret. 3. pi. of ^', Mur- 

mured. Pa. _^5, the same Aph. -4'l> ^^^^ same. — Part. pi. 

17 ^ ,7 

-a-L^jk) (some Eds. read ^ i 1 Ci^> '^^•)> S. Jude ver. 16. 

12. cniDQ-K»0, and its heat — Gr. koX tov Kava-mva — iOCl>j, def. pCQ.>a 

7 

(S. Luke xii. 55), noun masc. Heat. — R. ^V}k> I>Q-k», Was hot. 
Heb. Dh, Gen. viii. 22. 

1 3. y^ "p] ^Q_LLd ]J , I do thee no ivrong — ovk aSiKw ere. — Aphel part. 

(forming pres. tense) of v>Q_L (not used) Arab. Turned aside from 

the right way Ethpaal ^CLlZ] , Suffered hurt. — Put. ^QJlAj, 

Gr. dBLK7)6rj, Rev. ii. 11. 

Aph. ^Cll], Acted unjustly, injured. Put. \>CLU, Rev. 

xxii. 11. 
Deriv. "JZciXq-I, noun fem. def Unrighteousness, Gr. dSiKta, Rom. 
i. 29. 

Compare Heb. Pi. 7!|J7, Isa. xxvi. 10; Ps. Ixxi. 4, 

16. \l'i-0, the called — kXtjtol — Part. Peil pl. def. of ]^, Called. — See 

note, S. John i. 23. — Similarly, 
. — ] V A . t/ie chosen — IkX^ktol — See note, S. John vi. 70. 
Transl. Many are the called, andfeio the chosen. 



S. MATTHEW XX. 17—25. 323 

Ver. 17 ]o(TI r^AJL,, Transl. Then Jesus was about to go up {fxeXXoiv 

81 ava^atVetv, Vat. MS.) to Jerusalem ; and He took itc. 

— ^(TLAO t.-tCnoJ..*.'^, Lit. between Him and themselves; apart — Gr. kut* 

l^iav — See notes, S. Jolin i. 26; xi. 38. 

19. CTLO ^a.K»Vi:iJO, and they shall mock Him — Gr. cts to ifjiraL^ai — Pael 

^ 7 7 

fut. 3. pi. of t^oV^, Pa. «-Kj].,0, Insulted, derided, with %^ of the 
object. — Pret. 3. pi. a>jio, ch. xxvii. 31; S. Mark xv. 20 Fut. 

7 7 7 7 17 

osjV^U — Part. ooinV), S. Luke xxiii. 11. — PI. masc. ^j«K»Vi^iSD, 
S. Matt, xxvii. 29, 41, &c. 

Deriv. ^K»l.ib, noun masc. def. Mockery, foolish talking, Eph. v. i. — 
PI. def. \L\^, Hebr. xi. 36. 

(JL>jl.£:ilD, noun masc. def. (from Pa. part.), A scoffer. — PI. 
def. llliin^, 2 S. Pet. iii. 3. 
20 •.lOI, Transl. She and her sons. 

.«7 

22 0|, TraoBl. Or (with) the baptism that I am baptized with, (are ye 

able) to be baptized? Here the fut. ^.imZ, is in immediate 
construction with ^OLi\ ^-i-K»n« V), which in the former clause 
is followed by X with infin. ]i\ ■ V)V>, to drink. Such change of 
construction in the same sentence is not uncommon. 

23. ^CIoZZj, that ye should sit, to sit — Gr. to KaOiaac — Fut. 2. pi. of *oAj, 
Sat. 

.. 7 7 . .^^ _ _ 

— Ld^^L], it is p7'epared — yjTOLfMaaTai — Ethpaal pret. 3. fern, of -'^'^ ^ 

*^^, Pa. «.n t.(^, Prepared. — Ethpa. s*^ \ (jL\, Was prepared, 

7 7 . .■^ 

prepared himself. — Pret. 1. pi. ,^.n^Zj, Gr. aVoo-/c£vao-a/i,evot, 

7 7 -^ 

Acts xxi. 15 — Fut. *Cij..^'^> 1 Cor. xiv. 8; — Fern, (without ^ 
final) >n I ILC Rev. xvi. 12. 

. Tl 7 

24 (jCYlS, the ten— ol SiKa — Card. num. masc. — Fem. ;m v S. John i. 39. 
Heb. nib^j;, Gen. xviii. 32:— Fem. njj'j;, ch xvi. 3.— Chald. 
fem. ^b^j;, Dan. vii. 7, 24. 

25. ^Tlj.J.i:i50>, (heir great ones — Gr. ot /i.eyuXot — PI. with aff. of _£2505, 



324 S. MATTHEW XX. 25—34. XXL 1. 

Ver, 25. def, p.^5o5, noun masc. A prince, magnate. — PI. — * 1 *~i?0?, def. 
P_O)05, 1 Tim. ii. 2. See note, S. John i. 50. 

Chald. n^i^, in pi. Dan. iv. 33; v. 1, &c. ; vi. 18. 

I T ; : — 

7 y T* 

28. . » ViA m ^^ tJiat He might be ministered unto — Gr. SiaKovrjOrjvaL — 
Ethpaal fut. 3. sing, of .-aIq^, Pa. - «^«, Served. — Etlipa. 

7 7 .-* 

. « VnA yj Was served, ministered, worshipped. — Pret. 3. sing. 

fern. 'L^lod^'f, 2 Cor. iii. 3 Part. - mCn/\mC^ Acts xvii. 25. 

—Fern. ]«W«V), 2 Cor. viii. 19, 20. 
— P_D5cia, the ransom — Xvrpov — Def. of _o5ci2, noun masc. Safety, 

7 

freedom, redemption. — R. *0;^, Freed, redeemed. 

7 

29 r^O, Transl. And as Jesus went forth from Jericho, &c. 

30. |J_D Q^OTLi , they cried out, lit. gave the voice — Gr. expa^av. 

31. ^ oA » 1^ ^/i«i ^/ie^/ should hold their peace — tva a-Lwrnjawcnv — Put. 3. 

pi. of *oZv.* (S. Luke V. 4), Was silent. — Pret. 3. pi. Ci£iL», 

S. Luke ix. 36, &c Fut. ^oA^, S. Maijc x. 48; S. Luke 

xviii. 39, &c. — 2. sing. %OoL»L, Acts xviii. 9 Part. Peil 

7 .7 

U2jA.», S. Matt. xxvi. 63, &c. — PI. masc. ,_»_ajAj, S. Mark iii. 

4; ix. 34.— PI. fern. ,_n!lA^, 1 Cor. xiv. 34. 

Deriv. joA^, noun masc. def. Silence, Pev. viii. 1. This word is 
pointed ]jD A^ , in the Par. and Lond. Polygl. and also in Castel's 
Lexicon. 

Heb. pnSJ^'j ^"s silent, still, of the waves, Ps. cvii. 30. 

34. . . ^>A<7>/ 1^ were opened— Gr. dvipXeij/av. — Schaaf reads Q_k»A£>Z.(, 
3. pi. masc. 



CHAPTER XXL 

1> 7 

1 %^i2 rIDO, Transl. And when He drew nigh... and was come... near 

the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent tioo of His disciples, (2) and said 
unto them, Go to this village, &c. 



S. MATTHEW XXI. 7—15. 325 

Ver. 7. (1 I. S ^A, 071 the colt: — in the next clause - -mn \v^ on him — 

Gr. in both places, liravw avTwv. 
— fc^^5 , rode, sat — iTrcKaOicrev — Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. Bode ujjon (^i»), 

sat upon a horse or chariot; — with aff. S. Mark xi. 2 Fut. 

. '^iHp, 3. pi. ^Q.dlD;J, with aflf. pleon. Acts xxiii. 24..^Part. 

X 

Peil - *"^ ' '^^^ sitting on, viounted on, S. John xii. 15; ver. 5, 

above Pael ..C1D5, Composed, compounded medicines. ,og^n 

»CDQ_^505A!iD <JL^ ^Q-CID^JJ, and he ordered them to compound 
for him mithridate: — |AjL^o| _ClI3'^, that they (fern.) may com- 
pose dirges (Bar-Hebrseus) Ethpaal »^23Z.(, Was joined, knit to- 
gether Part. ^?Aii, Eph. ii. 21; iv. 16; Col. ii. 19. 

Deriv. (nr3, noun masc. def. A hand, holdfast — PI. def. j^ilJJ, Acts 
- xxvii. 40. 

Heb. ^'2r\, Rode on an animal, Numb. xxii. 22, 30; — on a 

- T 

chariot, Jer. xvii. 25 ; xxii. 4 : — Of God, carried on the wings of 
Cherubim, Ps. xviii. 1 1 ; — on the heavens Ps. Ixviii. 34. 
Transl. And they brought the ass and the colt, and put their clothes 
upon the colt, and Jesus sat ujjooi him. 

7 •^ 7 

8. 0001 ^n ■ V>, spread — eo-rpwa-av — (So S. Mark xi. 8). Pael part. pi. 

(forming imperf. tense) of |a^. Pa. ,_.a^. See note, S. John 
xi. 2. 

9. (JDOyViO, in the highest — Iv rots v\f/LaToi<; — PI. def. of (ioOjiD (Eph. 

iv. 8), noun masc. Height, a high place. 

Heb. t]iltt> Height, that which is lofty, sublime. — R. C1*l 

T 

Lifted up. 

* 7 7 

12. v2L»vk£D, He overthrew — Kareo-Tpci/^e — Pael pret. 3. sing, of *2Lt^*SQ, 
Overturned, swept away. — Pa. the same; also Fut down, dethroned, 

S. Luke i. 52.— Pret. 3. pi. Q^lLsd, Rom. xi. 3; Hebr. xi. 34 

Part. *2L»lmk?, Gal. i. 23. 
> (}m\ ;, of thieves — XycrTwv — PI. def. of ( i ^"^^^ noun masc. def. 
A robber. From the Gr. word. 

15. Jjt-.V^O, and the Pharisees — Gr. kox oi ypa/Lt/AaTcis. 



326 S. MATTHEW XXL 15—29. 

• 

Vex". 1 5. ^ Jl^ t-M-O jZ ( , it was disjjleasing to them, they were sore displeased 
— rjyavaKTrjaav — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing, of »-»io (not used) Ethi^e. 
It displeased, followed by dative. This form is variously written, 
as _»"i£)ZK ch. xxvi. 8; ,^]LL'(, S. Mark x. 14; w^l^)]!]", ch. 

xiv. 4 Part. ._»]£)Ak>, S. Luke xi. 53 Aph. w*]^], Vexed, 

ill-treated, Acts vii. 19 Fut. - »('"' ^^ ch. xii. 1. — 3. pi. ^.»(:CiJ, 

ch. vii. G; xiv. 2. 

Heb. S^'^^^, Was loathsome, Exod. vii. 18, 21.— Chald. t^^^, 
impers. Disjjleased, followed by p^, Dan. vi. 15. 

IG. A 1 o/ ^ is 2)erfected—Gr. KaT-qpTtaoy — Peal pret. 3. sing. fern, of ^-^— • 
Such is the reading of Gutbir, with the Par. and Lond. Polyglotts. 
The Vienna and others read AjldZ., Pa. — Schaaf, following a sug- 

-K .7 

gestion of Tremellius, reads A i o/ Pa. pret. 2. sing. Thou Imst 
ordained, perfected. 
19. l23v4) '^^^ leaves — (f>v\Xa — PI. def. of «^;-^, def. Is^.^, noun masc. A 

7 . 

leaf. — R. *^i~b ) I^^<^i) shook down, jjlucked off. 

Heb. ft^Dj pl- constr. Ezek. xvii. 9. — Compare t|*1lO, adj. 

Newly plucked. Gen. viii, 11. 
21 5Q_KK_xO |J, Transl. Ye shall not only do this of the fig-tree; — 

a literal rendei'ing of the Gr. 
— \^, fall, he thou cast^/SXrjOrjTL — Imperat. of ^\^U. See note, S. 

John iii. 24. 

2G ^m \n^ Transl. For they all held John as a p)rophet. 

29. fcjoZZj, he repented — Gr. ixeraixcXyjOeLs — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing, of (oZ, 

Was penitent Fut. loAj, fern. "joZZ (some Eds. read .^oZZ), 

Rev. ii. 21 Part. "joZ", fem. ]loL\ 2 Cor. vii. 8 Ethpe. Was 

moved to penitence. — Pret. 3. pi. Q_ioZZ(, Rev. xvi. 9, 11. — 2. pi. 

^A_.oZZV, ver. 32, below Fut. "|oZAj, 3. pi. ^oZAj, Rev. ii. 

22 Imperat. joZZ] (the Par. and Lond. Eds. read regularly 

^olLf), Rev. ii. 5, 15; iii. 3, 19 Inf. o^oZAk^, Rev. ii. 21. 

Part. ]oZAk), pi. ^oZASd, S. Jude ver. 23. 

Heb. n'irij only in Iliph. Grieved, Ps. Ixxviii. 41. 



S. MATTHEW XXI. 31—33. 327 

Ver. 31. lAJt-SJ, the harlots — al iropvai — Part. pi. fern. clef, of \l\, Committed 

fornication Fut. |_3p Part. \y\, fem. def. jAj-J], used as a 

subst. A harlot, 1 Cor. vi. 15, 16, &c Pael - > i|j the same. — 

Pret. 3. pi. QjJl, 1 Cor. x. 8; — Fern. . IjII, S. Jude ver, 7 

Put. "tap, 1. pi. 1 Cor. X. 8 Inf. oljiLoll, Rev. ii. 14, 20 

Part. jjiSo, 1 Cor. vi. 18.— PI. def. "[liJ^, Rev. xxi. 8. 

Heb. nil, Gen. xxxviii. 24. — Part. Hiitj ^s a noun, ver. 15. 

TT T 

— ^^ \ _j.Ld,,D, go before you — Trpoayovcriv v/x,as — Part. pi. of 1>0,_D or 

'^OrO, Preceded, followed by li^ of the object Part. J>0,X), ch. 

xxviii. 7; S. Mark xiv. 28. — Also, Did any thitig first, followed 
by a verb or participle; as ^\d| ))0^, lit. prece6?iw^, eating — eats 

X p X p 

before the other, 1 Cor. xi. 21. — So pi. _ > , S,-» . > V)r-Q, ye hiow 
before, 2 S. Pet. iii. 17. — But this use is more common in Pael. 

See notes, S. John xx. 4 Part. Peil i>Q_iyJD, S. Mark x. 32, 

33. CTUr^oj, surrounded it with, made round about it — avrw TrepudrjKe — 
Aphel pret. 3. sing, with aff. of 3,.>o, Surrounded. Aph. 5,™kjJ, 
the same. — So also S. Mark xii. 1. 

— ]_.,L__t_£D, a hedge — cfipay/xov — ISToun masc. def. A fence. PI. def. I it • "^, 

S. Luke xiv. 22. — R. _.iQ.CD - .« <y>; Fenced in. — Heb, ^^JD, part, 
pass. Song of Sol, vii. 3.— Cogn. J!)^*^, Pi. (redupl.) }t^}t^, Isa. 
xvii. 11;— and 'ri)^ , Job i. 10. 

— i-SLKt, digged — wpv$ev — Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. Bug out. — Fut, 

)Q_2L»oJ, 1. sing. >Q.21j^|, S. Luke xvi, 3. 

Heb. "nSrij Gen. xxi, 30; xxvi. 15, &c. ; Ps. xxxv. 7. 

- T 

— (Z.?« SV), a ivine jJress — Xrjvov (vttoXtjvlov, S. Mark xii. 1). — Noun fem, 

def, — R, 5^, Pressed. 

— Pj_mlJJd, a tower — irvpyov — Noun masc, def. — R, v>rti, Twisted, wove 

together; whence the notion of greatness and strength. 
Heb. h^),J2, Gen. xi. 4. 

T ; " 

— OIj-kjO I , he let it out — l^ihoro avTov — Aphel pret. 3. sing, with aff, of 

pM|, Held, possessed. — Aph. r-»^o|, Caused to possess, let out on 



328 S. MATTHEW XXI. 33—38. 

Ver, 33. hire. — Pret. 3. pi. (5qJ OpJ«jO|, they caused (lie fire to lay Jiold, 

lighted a fire, S. Luke xxii. 55; Acts xxviii. 2 Fut, -.k»QJ, 

ver. 41, below. 

— t^V-t^y 10671^ away — aTrSruvqaev — See note, S. John xx. 7. 

«> ^ 7 7 

34 ^3r.A_3), Transl. That they might send to him of the fruits of his 

vineyard. 
35 5 Aj (O, Transl. lit. And there was (one) whom they heat, and (one) 

ivhom they stoned, and (one) whom they killed. 

37. .oZoT-dJ ;*"^^) perhaps they will reverence — Gr. evrpaTn^aovTai — Fut. 

3. pi. of Zoxo (2 Tim. i. 16; Hebr. ii. 11), Reverenced, with ,_i25 
of the object; — Was ashamed of, with »£i of the object; — Was 

ashamed to, \, ). — Pret. 1. sing. LLtud, 2 Cor. vii. 14 Fut. 

LiJl^, S. Mark Tiii. 38; S. Luke ix, 26, &c. — 2. sing. ZoTTiZ, 
S. Luke xiv. 9; 2 Tim. i. 8.-2. pi. ^ZottdZ', 2 Cor. ix. 4; 1 S. 

John ii, 28. — 1. pi. ZoiriJ, 2 Cor. ix. 4 Part. ZoTrD, S. Luke 

xvL 3; Rom. i. 16.— PI. ^Zoi^, S. Luke xiii. 17; Hebr. xii. 9. 
Aphel Zc7lID|, Disgraced, 2Jut to shame, Col. ii. 15 Part. 

, -n 7 »». 7 

/ moVn ^ Rom. v. 5; 1 Cor. xi. 4: — Fem. (ZCTLClk), 1 Cor. xi. 5. 

Z7 
cnnV), ver. 22, 

Deriv. "jZZcrLCi, noun fem. def. Shame, disgrace, Rom. i. 27, &c. 

Heb. tJ^'ilS, pret, ^\^, Ps. vi. 11; xxii. 6, &c. 
N.B. In Syr, \*j is softened into Z, and 1 is changed into 01. See 
note, S, John xx, 2. 

38. "|Z;_», tlie heir — o KXrjpovofios — Part. drf. of Z;_», Inherited. Used as 

a noun; see note, ch. v. 5, above. 

Heb. ^"iV, part, used as a noun, Gen. xv. 3; Jer. xlix. 1. 

OlZoZ;-!, his inheritance — t-^v KX-qpovofiLav atrov — jZoZ;_» (S. Mark 

xii. 7; S. Luke xii. 13; xx. 14), noun fem. def. An liereditary 

^ ^j , Inherited; whence also pZ5Q_* , noun masc. 

def. the same, Acts vii. 45, &c. 

Compare Heb. ^\^*^'', Numb. xxiv. 18; and ^S^'^^ Deut. ii. 
5, &c. ; Jer. xxxii. 8. 



S. MATTHEW XXI. 41—44. XXII. 1—3. 329 

Ver. 41 , m ^ *~^ . m . »->j ^ Transl. That he loill miserabhj destroy 

them. The Syr. translator may have read KaK^<s ko/cws. 

42. n . Xt'o')^ they rejected — d-n-cSoKifjiaa-av — Aphel pret. 3. pi. of ]lcD, 
Despised, repudiated. — Aph. ..j__x£D|, Cast contemj)t ujjon, re- 
jected.— Prei. 2. pi. ^AA >^mf^ Acts iv. 11.— 1. pi. ^1 i ^m]' 
2 Cor. iv. 2 Fut. jlcQJ, with aff. Gal. iii. 17.— 2. pi. ^\££it, 

1 Thess. V. 20 Part. jlmSo, Gal. iii. 15. — Pi. ,_a.l:imk), 

S. Mark vii. 13 Part. pass. . » \mV) 1 Tim. iv. 4:— Fern. 

]> \mO-» def. ]Ai SnnV), Hebr. vi. 8.— PI. masc. ^i ^mV), 

2 Cor. xiii. 6.— Def. li^NcinlL, 1 Cor. i. 28, &c. 

.tiny _ ^ ^ .oo7_ 

— I V y *^j the builders — ol oLKoSofxovvTe'; — PI. def. of ( « ^ ^^i (with aff. 

pleon. Hebr. iii. 3), noun masc. def. A builder, architect. — R. 

p_Ci, Built. 

43 r^^?' Transl. That maketh {bringeth forth) the fruits. 

44. VLL5Aj, shall be broken — crw^Xacr^r/creTat — Ethpeel fut. 3. sing, of 

^1L5 VX5, Broke. — Ethpe. ^ii»5Z.|, Was shattered. — Occurs here and 

S. Luke XX. 18, only. 

— «_»01Q_»55Z, it will grind him to yovoder — XiK/ATycrtt avTov — Fut. 3. sing. 

fern, with aff. of pj, Scattered, dispersed, as dust by the wind. — 
Fut. |5,J. Occurs here and S. Luke xx. 18, only. 

Heb. n'nTj Scattered, strewed, Exod. xxxii. 20; Numb. xvii. 2. 
(E.V. xvi. 37). — In Syr. | is softened into j, and H i^ito (. 



CHAPTER XXIL 

.... P-LO, Transl. And Jesus answered again in parables, and said. 
( lVoiV)\, those that loere bidden — tous Ki.KX-qix.ivovt; — Pael part. pass. 

H 7 

pi. def of r-^1, Pfi-- ^1, Prepared, arranged, invited Part. 

7 7 17 

pass. _Ld^, S. Luke xiv. 8. — PI. _i.liDllD, ver. 8, below; 
S. Luke xiv. 7. 

Heb. I^T, only in Pual part. pi. A2)pointed times, Ezr. x. 14; 
Neh. X. 35; xiii. 31. 
W. c. 42 



330 S. MATTHEW XXII. 4-7. 

Ver. 4. *^L0-^, my dinner — to apurrov fxov — "jZo^j* (S. Luke xiv, 12), 
noun fern. clef. — strictly, That lohich breaks a fast, an early meal. 

10 
;_», Loosed. — Sec note, S. John xxi. 12. 

Trans] . Behold, my dinner is prepared. 

— - « V>(\g^^n^ jyiy failings — Gr. ra criTKna. — Pael part. pass. pi. masc. 

with aff. of )>Cl^, Pa. iCL^S), Fattened. Part. pass. i^O^^ik), 
pl. . Vo[\«yiV) Occurs here only. 

5. Q-DD^, they made light {of it) — Gr. afxeX-rja-avTe? — Pret. 3. pl. of (fin*^. 

Neglected, spurned, r^ected, with *i:i or ^\i» of the object. — Pret. 

1. sing. Ajumo, Acts XX. 20; Hebr. viii. 9 Put. ](T^ni, 3. pl. 

,aainj, 1 Tim. vi. 2 Part. Imo, pl. ,_.*-Ca£D, S. Luke xviii. 

9; 1 Cor. xi. 22 Part. Peil ]rno ^ pl. ^^mn, 1 Cor. vi. 4 

Ethpeel . . m*->/ j Was despised, neglected. — Part. pl. fern. 
^1 nrinAk?, Acts vi. 1. 

Cogn. Heb. HH, Ps. xxii. 25; Ixix. 34; cii. 18. 

T T 

— .... J Ajj, Transl. There was (one) that (went) to his farviy and there 

was {one) that {went) to his mercliandize. Compare ch. xxi. 35, 
above. 

6. p^, the remnant — Gr. ol XonroL — ISToun referring to masc. and fern. 

alike, The rest, remainder, the other. When followed by a noun, 
that noun has pref . 3 of the genitive, as S. Mark iv. 19; S. Luke 
xviii. 4; Acts ii. 37. When it is the subject of a verb, that verb 
is in the plural, as in this instance. — With aff. Acts xv. 17 (here 
pleon.); Rom. xi. 7. — P. y'r^t Remained over; whence also 
yi H; 9 , A remnant. Pom. ix. 27; xi. 5. 
N.B. In Syr. writings, p^^O, or its abbreviated form ^^O, is used 
for et cetera (ifec); as in Hob. ^^ for *lJ2iJ*l> ^'^^ ^^^^ completitig, 
rest. 

7. m{ n\\. ...^ his armies — rd arpaTevfiara avrov — Pl. with aff. of 

■" .f . «v . 7 P .7 .. 7 .D. D .7 .. 7 

\/r,\ ^ >> (unused), pl. ^-^.i-Kt, def. (Z.0 N * ,Kt (S. JNlark xin. 
25; S. Luke ii. 13), An army, j)owers, forces. 



S. MATTHEW XXII. 7—21. 331 

Ver. 7. ]Jcl4^, muTclerers — toOs ^ovets — PI. def. of \>a.4^, def. ]Jq_^uO, 
(Acts iii. 14; xxviii. 4), noun masc. A slayer, homicide. — R. 
^^.^, Sleio. 

9. (A>^)0|5 p.n^V)\, into the highways, lit. into the goings out of the 
ways — Gr. cttI ras Sie^oSous tu>v oScuj/, i. e. outlets, leading out of 
the city. — ]l n^V), pi. def. of ^JiLsiJiD, def. ]i Ae^^n (l Cor. x. 
13; 2 S, Pet. i. 15), An outlet, way out, decease. — Witli aff. Gr. 
Tqv l^oSov avTov, S. Luke ix. 31. — R. *Q_2J, Went out. 

11. . . . .^^0, Transl. And the King came in to see the guests (recliners); 

and he saw there a man who was not clothed with the garments of 
the feast. 

12. *DZ.Aji|, he was speechless — i<f>L[j.(o6r] — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing, of %dL.m, 

7. 7 1> 

Was silent. — Ethpa. Was silenced, 7nute. — Fut. %oLL.m-3, 3. pi. 
^.dZA.«_3, Gr. TraiJcrovTat, 1 Cor. xiii. 8. 

13 OJCICDJ, Transl. Bind his hands and his feet, and cast him, &c. — 

The words apare avrov are wanting in the Sin. MS. 

-n J 1. -n 7 

16. »£D)05Cn lU.^5 I>QJL, zvith (those) of the house of Herod — with the 
Herodians — /Atra t<2v HpwSiavwv. 

— lA^» , care, anxiety. Noun fern. def. — R. «^fc-», Was anxious. 

Transl. And Thou carriest not (art not burdened by) care for man. 
Gr. ov fJLiXeL (TOL Trepi ovBevos. 

18. ^00lZ.n ■ t ^ , their wickedness — ttjv Trov-qpiav avrwv — r, m ^ '~\ (Hebr. 
vii. 26), noun fern. Malice. — Def. "j/^n « . «->^ g. Mark vii. 22, &c. 
— R. .-»|lb, Was evil. 

20. (V)\* , image — etKcov — Def. of I>qX» , noun masc. An effigy, sculp- 
tured or engraved. 

Heb. 075^, A shadow, Ps. xxxix. 7 : — Being, or ajopearance, 
Ps. Ixxiii. 20: — Imxnge, idol, 2 Kings xi. 18: — Image or likeness 
of God, Gen. i. 27; of man, oh. v. 3.— Chald. qSv, def. ^^;bS2C, 
Dan. ii. 31, «fec. — Q^i, eh. iii. 5, &c. 

21 ■ >;V)|, Transl. They say, Of Ccesar. The word aurw is wanting 

in the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 



832 S, MATTHEW XXII. 23—39. 

Ver. 23. 1 A '« ^ Aji_k», resurrection of the dead — Gr. amo-rao-iv (avab-Tao-t? 
v^KpiZv — Twv rcK/Dwv, 1 Cor. XV. 12, 13, 21, 42), — Constr. of I-Lkj, 
def. "jA-fc-Kj, noun fem. A reviving, resurrection. 
Transl. On the same day, came the Sadducees, and said unto Jlim, 
There is no resurrection of the dead. And they ashed Him, &c. 
The Sin. and Vat. MSS. omit ot after SaSSouKaioi. 

26. lOTl-i A *- '^ » ^ J unto the seventh, lit. unto their seven — ews twv ctttci — 
Cardinals from 2 to 10 take affixes as masc. nouns plural; but in 
this case the affixed pronoun has not a possessive sense. Other 
instances in the N.T. ai-e ^(JLu'iL, those tioo, the two, S. John i. 
37; — ^(TuAaZ, these three, 1 S. John v. 7, 8; — ^(nJA.:LlD>"| 
)J!jO), the four tvinds, S. Mark xiii. 27. When the pronoun is a 
possessive, the numeral takes the sing. form. — See Phillips, Gr. 
§ 31; — Cowper, § 165, ad fin. 

28. ]i >]1, Transl. To which of those seven shall she be the ivife? 

30. yAkia-Q^, Transl. For in the resurrection of the dead, they take not 
wives, nor do women become (joined) to men. 

33. 0001 - .(TiSoZALq, they loere astonished — e^eTrXi/WovTo — Ethpaalpart. 

pi. (forming imperf. tense) of OTIdZ., Wondered, admired. — Ethpa. 
cdoLL] , Was struck loith ivonder. 

Heb. Hithpa. n^nrTj ^^^ astonished, Hab. i. 5. 

34. *dZl», He had j)ut to silence — icjit/xoxre — Pael pret. 3. sing, of «oA3, 

Was silent. 

35. ^idqIqj ^,-.5, tvho kneio the laio, loas a lawyer — Gr, vofiLK6<;. 

Transl. A^id one of them, luho was a laioyer, asked Ilim, tempting 

Ilim. — The words koX \iywv, are wanting in the Vat. and Sin. 

MSS. 
37 i^oLjZj, Transl. Thoii shall love the Lord thy God from all thy 

heart, and from all thy soul, and from all thy strength, and from 

all thy mind. The quotation introduced by j 
39 ^jZjO, Transl. And the second, which (is) like unto it, (is) &c. — 



S. MATTHEW XXII. 39—44. XXIII. 1—5. 333 

Ver. 39. The Card. num. witli pref. 5 has tlie force of an Ordinal : — lit. 

that which (is) two. 

42 hLLd, Transl. What say ye of Christ? — Gr. rt v/Atv Sokci k. t. X. 

44 5 ]^Aj Transl, Till I place Thine enemies under Thy feet. — The 

Sin. and "Vat. MSS. read vrroKaTOi tojv ttoSwv (tov. 



CHAPTER XXIII. 

. . . . __ij£d]o, Transl. And they hind heavy burdens, and lay &c. — The 
woi'ds Koi 8vcrl3d(rTaKTa are wanting in the Sin. MS. 

]£^tD, the shoidders — tous wfiov<; — PL def. of IsAd, noun fern. The 
shoulder. — PI. with aff. S. Liike xv. 5. 
Heb. &n5, Isa. xlvi. 7; xlix. 22. 

.... ^QJOI, Transl. £ut they with their finger are not loilling to touch 
them. 

^_ , >A<^V> j they make broad — TrXanvovaL — Aphel part. pi. (for pres. 
tense) oi]£^, Was wide. — Aph. ,_.A^"|, Enlarged, widened. 

Heb. HJliDj /Spread out, opened, of the heart, Deut. xi. 16; — 
of the lips, Prov. xx. 19. — Hiph. HJ^SHj Enlarged, with 7, Gen. 
ix. 27. 
nm . \<yi/ ^ their phylacteries — to. (f>vXaKTy]pta avTwv — PI. with aff. of 
jlaZ, pi. . \<yi7^ Phylacteries, i.e. strips of parchment, inscribed 
with certain sentences of the Law, which the later Jews, taking 
literally the precepts of Exod. xiii. 9, 16; Deut. vi. 8, bound 
upon their foreheads and left wrists. These they called p v'Sfl, 
i.e. prayers, being chiefly worn at their devotions. — That these 
precepts were figurative, and not intended to be interpreted lite- 
rally, appears from Deut. xi. 18, where a similar precept applies 
to the ivhole Law. 

—x^jQId, they enlarge — fieyaXvvovcn — Aphel part. pi. (for pres. tense) 
of j^5(, Was, became, long. — Aph. 5^5oj, Made long or large; of 



834 S. MATTHEW XXIII. 5—12. 

Ver. 5, prayers, ver. 13, below; S. Mark xii. 40; S. Luke xx. 47 Part. 

Heb. TjnX, Hiph. "n^lXn, Ps. cxxix. 3. 

— ]A\n7^ the borders — to. KpaaireSa — PI. clef, of ] AAn 7 or (AXdZ, 
noun feni. def. A fringe of blue or j)urple. 

Heb. Jl/^fl, Blue or violet colour procured from tke shell- 
fish {Helix ianthina) found in the Mediterranean. Hence, any 
material so dyed, Exod. xxv. 4; xxvi. 1, 4. LXX. vd.Kt.vdos. 

6, I^ZdlD - * -^ , the chief seats — ras TrpwroKa^cSptas — PI. def. of «I^Z.q1o, 
noun masc. A seat, throiie, dwelling. Def. ^bZ.QlD. — Form of 
Aph. part, of *oZL», Sat; — Aph. *^Lo\, Caused to sit, with aff. 

Eph. i. 20; ii. 6; Acts xxvii. 6 Eut. »oZqJ, 1. sing. ^oZo], 

Acts ii. 20 Imperat. pi. doZo") , 1 Cor. vi. 4. 

Heb. !ltJ^^^, A seat, 1 Sam. xx. 18, 25 : — An assembly, Ps. i. 1 ; 
evii. 32. 

8, ^OHOJ, your teacher — Gr. i/Awv o Ka^ryyT^T?;'?— many MSS. read 8i8a- 
o-KaXos — Note also, that o Xpurros is wanting in the Syr., as also 
in the Vulgate, and some other Versions, and the Sin. and Vat. 
MSS. 

-•BO? "7 .ro7 

10. (J"^,Sd, masters — Kad-qy-qrai — PL def. of ^ilD.V), def. Pi*~),V) (Acts 
i, 16; Rom. ii. 19), noun masc. A leader, director, guide. — With 

y 

aff. in this verse. — Form of Pael part, of ^^J, Led. — In Acts 
i. 16, some Editions read ]j;^,iD, form of Aph. part. 

7 7 T* 

12. ■ I'^^ Ai^ shall be abased — TaTrcLvwOtja-cTai — Ethpaal fut. 3. sing, of 

7 7 7 ..K 

■ . ^V> v^So, Was humble. — Ethpa, j^^uSdZ.!, Was humbled, humbled 
hiinself. —Fnt. 1. sing. j^^Zf, Phil. iv. 12.— 3. pi. ^2^Aj, 

7 ..-n 

S. Luke iii. 5 Imperat. pi. onnSoZ.(, S. James iv. 9, 10; 

1 S. Pet. V. 6. 
— ySoJ, shall humble — TaTrcivwo-et — Aphel fut, 3. sing, of the foregomg. 

* »7 A * ^^ 

— Aph. j^Sd], Depressed, humbled. — Pret. 2. sing. AriLoj, with 
aff. Hebr. ii. 7. 



S. MATTHEW XXIII. 13—15. 335 

Ver. 13. 'j AKvi ii');, of loidoivs — Tt3v XVP^^ — P^- ^^^- of U^'l; ^^^^ f^D^- 
A widow. Uef. l^ulk^jf, S. Mark xii. 42, 43, &c. 

Heb. n^/bSi^, Gen. xxxviii. 11; Ps. xciv. 6.— R DS^5, ^^as 
T T : - - T 

forsaken, solitary. 
N.B. In Syr. 7 is changed for 5, and J for _^. 

Transl. For ye devour ividoivs' houses on the pretence that ye lengthen 
■ out you^r 2')rayers. Compare S. Mark xii. 40; S. Luke xx. 47. 

14 I>0,_0, Transl. Before, in the face of, men. E.V. Against men. — 

Gr. ifXTTpoaOev tcov av^pwTrwv. 
N.B. In tlie Syr. Vers., as in some of the Gr. Editions, verses 13 
and 14 are transposed. 
15. pf> » .t a proselyte — TrpocnjXvTov — Def. of 7Q-i..^f, noun masc. A 
stranger in a foreign land, foreigner; whence A proselyte, one 
who has embraced the Jews' religion. — PL def. (j'Oji^., Acts 
ii. 11; xiii. 43. 

» Heb. ^^, Gen. xv. 13:— ^^ij, 2 Chron. ii. 16.— E. ^'!\^, 
Lodged, as a stranger, sojourned. 
— I-SLLJ, twofold — Gr. SiTrAorepov — Noun masc. def. Double, a doubling. 
— PL def. ( ( V .. m (g^ vjo^ lit. loith many doublings, i.e. mani- 
fold more, Gr. TroXXaTrXacrtova, S. Luke xviii. 30. — Occurs in the 
N.T. in these places only. — E. »j2iCLli «^ll», Doubled, folded up; 
also, Fainted, see note, ch. xv. 32, above. So (klO(, Stature, 
from ^Q_0 I>Q.O. 
The verb «.£ii», in this signification, occurs twice in the N.T. viz. Put. 
2. sing. . g^n V 7 ^ Hebr. \. 12. (So all the pointed Editions; and 

Castel (Lex.) refers it to %£il^; but Gutbir points . <^r> v / ^ referring 

7 
the word to .g^g^ v «^12», which has the same meaning, and occurs 

in part. Peil masc. def. ]g^ . g^v l Tim. v. 17. Gutbir's reading 

is adopted by Schaaf.) — Imperat. pi. C12Q-1, Eev. xviii. 6. 

Deriv. lap*, Double, Eev. xviii. 6. 

Aj]"^ I \\, adv. Doubly, a second time, 2 Cor. i. 15. 



330 S. MATTHEW XXIII. 16—24. 

Ver. 16. *C)(-Kj, Lit. oioing — he is a debtor; so ver. 18. — Gr. o^ct'Xci — 
Part, of «^<1jo «£1*j, Owed, teas guilty, sinned. Pret. 2 pi. 

^A^ijj, 1 Cor, vi. 7 Put. *£:iQ_»^KJ, 2. pi. ^a^Q-K»Z, Rom. 

xiii. 8 Etbpeel »r:ij_K.ZZ], Was oived. — Part. cQj.-KjZAk3, 

Rom. iv. 4; xiii. 7; 1 Cor. vii. 3. 

« P f> 'X 

Deriv. [£:XjQ-k», noun masc. clef. Condemnation, Rom. v. 16, &c. 
Heb. ^!)n> oJily i^ P^'^^t. ^*\T], Debtor, Ezek. xviii. 7. 

23. %ptS\ .-rnv^n^ ye ^i^/ie, joay ^^^^*6 o/"; so S. Luke xi. 42. — aTroSe/ca- 

Toure — Part, pi, (forming pres. tense) of ;CnS, verb Pael clenom. 

7 ^ ^ ... 

from ;X£1L. Took or pare? <ii/tes. — Part. ;rf)S^, S. Luke xviii. 

12 Etbpaal jon v/ (, TFas tithed, made to j^c^y tithe, Heb. vii. 9. 

Deriv, ] ,-fnvV) ^ noun masc. pi. def. Tithes, Hebr. vii. 2, &c. 

Heb. ^b^V, Decimated, tooh tithe, 1 Sam. viii. 15, 17. — Pi. 
^*l^y, Pat(7 <if/ie, Gen. xxviii. 22; Deut. xiv. 22; Neh. x. 38 — 
1J^J^)b, Tithe, Gen. xiv, 20. 

— PJJ, the mint — so S. Luke xi. 42 — to ijSvoo-/aov — Noun fem. occurring 
in tbese places only. 

"J aA « j the anise — to avrjOov — Noun masc. clef, occurring here only. 

The dill, a fragrant berb. 
"Et florem jungit bene olentis anetki." Virg. Ecloy. ii. 48. 

]jQiQI3, the cicmmin — to kv/xivov — Noun masc. clef. A plant bearing 

seeds of a warm aromatic flavour. Occurs here only. 
Heb. )b3, Isa. xxviii, 25, 27. 

24, . ^V .^nij tvho strain out — SivXt^ovTcs — Pael part. pi. of \i. \>. , 

Pael ^ t , Strained, purged, cleansed. Occurs here only. 

lAo, the gnats — Gr. tov Kwi/wTra — PI. dcf. of *0.0, def. ]£10, nomi 

occurring here only. 
. vVA j swalloiving — KaTaTrtVovTcs — Part. pi. of ^l_Lo (S, Luke xxii, 

51- Rev. viii. 12), Devoured eagerly, swalloived down; also. Was 

beaten, q.d, absorbuit ictus, — see the places above quoted, — Pret. 

3. sing. fem. hl^^, Rev. xii. 16;— 1. sing. Ai^Ti, 2 Cor. xi. 24. 



S. MATTHEW XXIII. 24—30. 337 

Ver. 24. __Fut. u^^i , S. Luke xii. 47, 48; 1 S. Pet. v. 8 Ethpeel 

mS^Z] , Was swallowed up, drowned, 1 Cor. xv. 54. — Pret. 3. pi. 

nK'\^^]] Hebr. xi. 29 Put. ^^L^, 2 Cor. ii. 7; — Fern. 

\i\oZZ", cli. V. 4. 

Heb. ^73, Bevoicred, Gen. xli. 7, 24. Used of the sea, Ps. 
Ixix. 16; — of men, Ps. cxxiv. 3. 

25. m-^\^ the outside (aff. pleon.) — to 'i^wOev — Pref. Ju of the object. — 

See note, ch. iii. 4, above. — ^0<T\i^, The outside of them, Gr. to 
€KTos avr(^v, ver. 26, below. 

— pOI^lj, of the platter — t^s Trapoi/'iSo? — Noun masc. def. with 5 of the 

genitive. A dish, plate. Occurs liere and ver. 26, only. 

— |j_2)Q_4-»^> violence, extortion — Gr. dpTrayr}<; (so S. Luke xi. 39), noun 

fern, def. Rapine, despoiling of goods, Hebr. x. 34. — R. ^SL^^j, 
Seized, spoiled. , 

y 7 

26. (JlQ_.t, fJie inside, that which is loithin (aff. pleon.) — Gr. to evTo's — 

7.07 

Q_i., def. JQ-ii, noun masc. The interior, midst. With afF. 3. sing. 

^.07^"" 1> 7 

fem. C7IQ_it, S. Luke xxi. 2L — 2. sing. fern. «.aDQ-.., oh. xix. 44. 

7 7 

— 1. pi. ^Q-i», ch. xxiv. 32. — See also note, S. John xx. 26. 

27. (.•-.^liSD, whited — KeKoviaixivoL^ — Aphel part. pass. pi. def. of • « \'^, 

Pa. »_a.AI), Whitened. — A ph. - * ^'"1, the same. — Part. pass. 

-7 7 

- » XnVn Occurs here only. 

7 . -K 

— tOi^ r-^' OM^iyarc^ — e^co^ev — Compound adverb. — See note, ch. iii. 4, 

above. 

— (1Q_£1J_^, uncleanness—Qv. aKa6apaia<; — Def. of n g^ w noun fem. 

Im2mrity, defilement. — PI. def. ")Zq_2U_^, with aff. pleon. 2 S. Pet. 
ii. 20.— R. s^^y i, Pa. ^2ll2, Defiled. 
30. ^2)Z.Q_», partakers — Kotvwvoi — PI. def. of ^^LQ-», def. \^LQ-» (Rom. 

.. p. 7 

xi. 17, &LC.), noun masc. A comjyanion, j}articipator. — PI. _-»_2Z.Q_», 
2 Cor. i. 7. — R. K^IL», Pa. (Paual) «.sZ.Q-», Partook of, consented 
to. — Whence also (Z.QaZ.CL», noun fem. def. Societ//, communion, 
intercourse, Rom. ix. 10, &c. 
vv. c. 43 



338 S. MATTHEW XXIII. 32—38. XXIV. 1. 

Ver. 32. jAjoO ■ V), the measure — to fiirpov — Def. of ] i-.n • Vi^ noun 
feni. A measure, dhne)ision. — PI. clef. jAjoQ-iLLD, Rev. xxi. 17. — 

7 

R. •'^ -^ » ^ Pleasured. 
Transl. And ye also, fill ye tcp the measure, &c. 

37 A^-^-O, Transl. Killing the pro2)hets, and stoning those that are 

sent unto her. — Part. fern, constr. — So also S. Luke xiii. 34. 

— jA\o .1 l3Z, the hen — opvis — Noun fem. def. — Masc. def. t' ti ^^ ; 

S. John xiii. 38. 

•K -X 7 _ _ ^ 7 

— OT-i-itO"^, her cldckens — to. voarcria eav-njs — PI. with aff. of ».^.0;^, 

def L.Oj^, noun masc. The young of any bird. — PI. def L.O"^, 
S. Luke ii. 24. 

Cogn. Heb. PlhSt^, r)eut. xxii. 6; Ps. Ixxxiv. 4.— R. n^3 
(with }i5 prosthetic), Germinated, sprouted, used in Heb. of plants 
only. • 

— en 1 ''^ ■«, her wings — Gr. rds irripvya'i — PL with aff. of •'=^ .i def. f g^,., 

A wing. The Vienna and many other Eds. here read rnc^ . 
Ji&r wing. — PI. def \^ ,. Rev. iv. 8, &c. 

Chald. &^, pi. rS-l, Dan. vii. 4, 6:— with aff. ver. 4. 

38. (£2;„>o, desolate, a desolation — Iprjfio^ — Participial noun masc. from 

7 

•^;_>^ , Destroyed, laid waste. See note, ch. xii. 25, above. 

Heb. 2"^)!) Desolate, deserted, Jer. xxxiii.' 10, 12; Neh. ii. 
3, 17. 

CHAPTER XXIV. 

7 7 

1 *O_2U0, Transl. And Jesus loent out frovi the Temple to depart; 

and Ills disci jjles a])proached, shewing Him, &c. 

— <J\\ > 1 .CI , the structure, building (aff. pleon.) — Gr. ras olKoZofid<i — 

^_»_LC), def p i 1 O (1 Cor. iii. 9, &c., &C.), noun masc. An edifice; 
also, Edification, Rom. xiv. 19, etc. — PI. def ]jLLi.O, S. Mark 
xiii. 2.— R. \L^, Built. 



S. MATTHEW XXIV. 1-7. 339 

Vcr. 1. Heb. pj2, Ezek. xl. 5; xli. 12.— Chald. def. ^y^^, Ezr. v. 4. 

It;- t t ; • 

2. jZAtdZ (for ._»5ZArDZ — so also S. Luke xxi. 6), shall be thrown clown 

— KaTaXvOijcriTai — Etlipeel fut. 3. sing. fem. of JACD, Destroyed. — 

Ethpe. jZAtd], Was destroyed. — Fut. hlLm] Part. 5Z^AmlD, 

fem. IIZAmk), S. Mark xiii. 2. 

3. j^A^ZpiD), of Thy coining — Gr. Trj<s uyj'; Trapovaca<; — "jAjZpiD (or 

X I 

(AjALd, 2 S. Pet. iii. 12), noun fem. def. Arrival, approach. — 
With aff. pleou. vei\ 27, 37, 39, below. — R. ]L], Came: — whence 
also ]_iZ]Sb, noun masc. Coming, presence; with aff. 2 Cor. x. 10. 

5. ^CLl.^ K I, .♦ CDO, and many shall err. — Such is the reading of the 

Vien. and Ed. Regia. Others read ^Cll^, Aph. — as in ver. 11, 
below — And shall deceive many — /cat ttoXAous Tr\av^<jov(ji. 

6. Irbj'^D, wars — TroAe/xovs — ]£D*^, S. Mark xiii. 7. — PI. def of (.Qd5).0 

or |£D;_D, noun masc. def. War, strife, in these two passages. — 

R. »CDj-D, Pa. »C0;_O, Detestatus est (Castel.) Time, occasion, 

op2)ortunity, Gr. xatpo's, — with aff. Eph. v. 16; Col. iv. 5. 

— J^'^5, of wars — TroXijxaiv — PI. def. of *O^.D, def. \^'fCi (1 Cor. xiv. 8, 

&c.), noun masc. Battle, fighting. 

Heb. :inp (in poetry) Ps. Iv. 19, 22; cxliv. 1 :— and fem. 

n^*lp, pi. Ps. Ixviii. 31. — ^R. ^"Hp, Drew tiear, in a hostile 
T t': -|t 

sense. — Syr. *^\^, in this sense only in Aph. *^;_OJ, Waged 

war; — pret. 3. pi. O n; O ( , Rev. xii. 7 Fut. 1. sing. -*~^; r\\ 

•X !> 7 . •» 7 

Rev. ii. 16 Inf. nn;nV)\, oh. xii. 7; xiii. 4 Part. kO{.niD, 

Rom. vii. 23; Rev. xix. 11. — PI. fem. _0"^.QLo, S, James iv. l.__ 
Chald. :2*lp. War, Dan. vii. 21. 

7. [l^l'D , fwiines — Xi/^tot — PL def. of —£10, noun masc. Hunger, famine. 

« 7 -K 

Def. (,1 g^n, S. Luke iv. 25; xv. 14, &c. — R. _212, Was hungry. 
Heb. 1*53 > J'^amine, Job v. 22; xxx. 3. 

• -n "l .. 7 _ »c 7 . p .0 7 

— (jZqId, 2iestilences — Xoifioi — PI. def. of ^Q.lD, def. pZokD, noun 

masc. A plague, mortality. — R. A^Sd, Died. 



340 S. MATTHEW XXIV. 7-18. 

Ver. 7. P»01, shakings of the earth, earthquakes — aucrixoL — See note, 

S. John V. 3. 
8. jl*^ ■■'>, of sorrows — (oSiVoji/ — PI. clef, of ^0>j, def. ]jO.Kt (1 Thess. v. 

3), noun masc. Violent jxmi, that especially of childbirth. — PI. 

with aff. pleon. ai-».Xd>j, the pains of death or Hades, Acts ii. 

24. — R. v^*^ »-'; Travailed. — See note, oh. vi. 16, above. 

Heb. h^T], isa. ixvi. 7:— pi. wh^ri, ch. xiii. 8:— ':)^^^^i>'^S;l^, 

the sorrows of Hades, Ps. xviii. 6. 
10 ^QJ-CDJO, Transl. Aoid they shall hate one another, and shall betray 

mie another. 
12. /nj . .. m^ the abundance of- — Gr. to 7rXr]6vv6rjvaL — Constr, of 

o(_i_.t_DD, def. |Z.Op.^iL_QD, noun fern. Greatness, multitude. — R. 

( . . m ^ . > .^ m^ Increased. — Occurs here only in the N.T, 
Transl. And because of the abundance of iniquity. 
— ^tO-SU, shall toax cold — xpvyrjaeTai — Fut. 3. sing, of •hiQ^ ^VT^' ^^' 

came chilled, languid. — Occurs here only in the N.T. 

Heb, ^!)t3, Was cold, of the heart, Gen. xlv. 26. — Metaph. 

Was weak, ceased, Ps. Ixxvii. 3. Niph. Was benumbed, Ps. 

xxxviii. 9. 
14. Vr'^LL (for fcj^^CjZZ), shall be preached — KrjpvxOyja-erai — Ethpeel fut. 3. 

sing. fern, of l^O, Proclaimed, preached. — Pret. 1, pi. Ot^> Acts 

XV. 36; — some Eds. read Aph. ^iii] Ethpe. Ir^Z], Was 

preached, Rom. xvi. 25, &c. : — Fem. ZijIjZ]; Acts xvii. 13; Col. 

i. 6 Fut. ]IdL2, S. Luke xii. 3; xxiv. 47, &c Part. Ij^Ak?, 

Acts xiii. 38; 1 Cor. xv. 12:— Fem. IJ^DAiL, Acts xii. 24. 
15 jZ], Transl. The imjncre sign of desolation — Gr. to /38eXtry/xa t^s 

iprjixwaews. 
18. (TL«-d^, his garment — ra IfxaTia avrov, Text. Recept. — to IfiaTiov 

ai5Tov, Sin. and Vat. MSS .-a-CiA, def. ( ■ *^\, Dress, outer 

vesture. Occurs also, S. Mark x. 50; xiii. 16, meaning the loose 

outer garment, while j «o«^\ is used for clothing generally. — R. 

- » '^^^ Put on garments. 



S. MATTHEW XXIV. 18—29. 341 

A 7 7 7 1\ . 

iL.OO? in ver. 17 to >'-^mV>\ in 

ver. 18 are wanting in the Vienna Ed. 

c .. 7 

19. _QJ.jJiD5, iliMt give suck — rats ^r/Xa^ovcrats — Aphel part. pi. fern, of 

»njj, Sucked. — Fut. ».£L3Jj. — Apli. .ni.a], Suckled. — Pret. 3. pi. 
CLQJL-.], S. Lukexxiii. 29; — with aiF. ch. xi. 27. — Part. - r^ i* . Vi 
Heb. p\\ Job iii. 12.— Hiph. iWH, Gen. xxi. 7; Exod. ii. 
7, 9. " 

•X I -x _ _ ^ ^ -x -x 

20. ,on I OO^L (in, some Editions pointed ^OILk-DO^-L) 2/oMr flight — t; 

^iryi; v/xojv — ( i no^lu, noun masc, def. A flight. See Phillips, Gr. 
§ 29 (2). This word occurs elsewhere in the N. T. only in S. Mark 

•x », •n 

xiii. 18; where it is variously pointed ,n ^ . on. v, (Schaaf), 
^n I OOj-L, and ^^ I OO^L. — R. *D;A, i^/ecJ. 
22. Oj^dZ. j , were, should he shortened — iKoXofiojOrjo-av — Ethpaal pret. 3. pi. 
of j^ or w»;i, Was sad; originally, perhaps, Was narrow; whence 

X 7 

Pa. .-i^, Cut short, shortened, S. Mark xiii. 20; and Ethpa. 
^^Z.|, TFas shortened. — Fut. {i-DDJ, 3. pi. ^O^^dAj, in this verse. 

24 ^qIoo. fl 1 , Transl. For there shall arise false Christs, and prophets 

of falsehood; and they shall give great signs, so as to deceive, if 
p>ossihle, the elect also. 

25. ^0<TL^ ^r^l AlDj-O, / have told ijou before — Trpoe(pr]Ka vfuv, — See 
note, S. John xx. 4. 

27. \^iS:i, the Ught7iing — 17 da-TpaTvyj — Noun masc. def. — PI. def. ^OyrD, 

7 
Rev. iv. 5, &c. — R. *D;^, SJione. 

Heb. p'nS, Dan. x. 6; Ps. xviii. 15. 

I T T 

28. \i.M^, the eagles — ol aerot— PI. def. of j-aJ, def. ]; « 1 (Rev. iv. 7, &c.), 

noun masc. .4w ea(7?e. 

Heb, ^\2}), Deut. xxxii. 11; Ps. ciii. 5.— Chald. *l^'j, Dan. 
vii. 4.— PI. jn^'j, eh. iv. 30. 

29. pouCD, the moon~-q (TtXqvr) — Noun masc. def. The moon, so called 

from its roundness. 



342 S. MATTHEW XXIV. 29—38. 

« 

Ver. 29. Compare Heb. ^IHDj Roundness. ^nD/l jilXj « rouiul howl, 
Song of Sol. vii. 3 : — also D*J")(1^ j round ornaments like the moon, 
Judg. viii. 21, 26; Isa. iii. 18. — LXX. firjvLa-Koi, Vulg. lunulce. 

30. OT-a-i-J, the sign (afF. pleon.) — to (ryjfxilov — - » » ^^ clef. ( * « ^^ noun 

niasc. A sign, banner; also, A mark, goal, Phil. iii. 14. Occurs 
in the N.T. in these places only, 

Heb. DJ, A banner, Ps. Ix. 6. — R. DDJ Hithpa. Shone forth, 

- T 

Zech. ix. 16. 

31. |3CL2L_fc_», the ti'umpet — Gr. o-oXtt lyy o<i — Noun masc. clef. — PI. clef. 

. •" X X 1?". *■ '' 

p'n ^ > 9 (or j)Q_2i_»_», according to some Eds.), Rev. viii. 2, ttc. 
Heb. ^t^\^, Ps. Ixxxi. 4; cl. 3. 

T 

Transl. And He shall send His Angels with the great trumpet. — 
<{)(i}vr}<i is wanting in the Sin. MS. 

— AUD?!, the four winds. — Constr. of (^£25 j. — Compare Acts x. 12; xi. 

6; Rom. i. 23. 

So Heb. Q>in ^:i^, Gen. x. 25;— Q^jt^^ whi^, ch. xxx. 36. 

• T •• : • T V : 

— .... ^GT.aLj3 ^^, Lit. From the extremity {head) of the heavens even 

to their extremity. 

32. r-^5, tender — Gr. aTraXos — Part. pi. fern, of ^^^5 yj (S. Mark xiii. 28), 

Was soft, delicate. Occurs m the N.T. in these places only. 
Heb. 'n^n, Ps. Iv. 22. 
Transl. That immediately when {as soon as, orav 17817) its branches are 
tender, and its leaves spring forth. 

— P^-»..D, the summer — to 6epo<; — Noun masc. clef. Summer, the heat of 

summer. 

Heb. T*^p, Summer, Gen. viii. 22; Ps. Ixxiv. 17. — Harvest, 
Isa. xvi. 9. — R. (according to some) VJ|p, Was weary; the season 

of weariness, toil, languor. Chald. tD^p> Dan. ii. 35. 

» f 7 
38. (j_2Q_4, the flood — Gr. toO KaTaKkvcrixov — Noun masc. def. A deluge, 

inundation. Occurs also in the next verse, and S. Luke xvii. 27; 

2 S. Pet. ii. 5. — R. ^O^ •^-fo) Flowed out, overflowed; ivas sub- 



S. MATTHEW XXIV. 38—48. 343 

Ver. 38, merged, 2 S. Pet. iii. C Part. «^"il4, swimming on the soa, navi- 
gating, Rev. xviii. 17. 

Cogn. Heb. &i)||f , Flowed over, Lam. iii. 54. 

— .... p.^1 , Transl. For as they were before the flood, &c. 

— .... —j-iUCDJO, Lit. And taking wives and giving to husbands. 

— ^OliX, into the ark—ik rrjv kl(3(jdt6v — Noun masc. def. — Occurs also 

S. Luke xvii. 27; — and variously pointed, as ]jC10 and JJOD, 
Vienna Ed.— xS^^, Tremellius; xSlD, Biblia Regia.— K (per- 
haps) Heb. 7^12) Contained. 
A\. _Ljkjs_4, grinding — aXrjOova-at — Part. pi. fern, of —kk.^, Crushed, 
ground small in a hand-mill. Part. _.k»^. Occurs here only in 
• the KT. 

Heb. jnCDj Crushed small, Exod. xxxii. 20: — Ground in a 

mill, Numb. xi. 8; Judg. xvi. 21. — Metaph. Isa. iii, 15. 

42. 0;_»^Z,Z], watch ye — yprjyopeiTe — Ethpeel imperat, pi. of 5CLL '^, 

Was awake, vigilant. — Ethpe. ;_*>lZZ.] (Acts xvi. 27), Was wakened, 

put on his guard. — Pret. 3, pi. 0;_»..LZZj, S. Luke ix. 32 Fut. 

^^ZAj, 2. sing. i^LII{ior ;.jJ.ZZZ), Rev. iii. 3.— 1. pi, Rom. 

xiii, 11 Imperat, • . ^^^"jj Eph. v, 14; Rev, iii. 2 Inf, 

O^iZAkllu, S. Mark xiv. 37 Part. i.^LlL'jD, ver. 43, below; 

S. Luke xii. 39. 

43. - « \g^Aiy that it should be — to be — broken up — Biopvyrjvai — So also 

S. Luke xii. 39. — Ethpeel fut. 3. sing, (with ) for infin.) of - ^ ^'^, 
Dug through, laid open. — Ethpe. - » \c^/ ( , Tl'as broken open. 
45. OT-LOVO, in its season — Gr. iv Kaipw — Fern, pi-on, aff, referring to 

48, ;_K»QiD, delaying, delay eth — •)(fiovLt,€L — Aphel part, of ^jj|, Aph. }_k»OJ 

7 7 ^ "^ 

(ch. XXV. 5), Tarried. Fut. ;_kjQJ, Hebr. x. 37. — 1. sing. ;_kjO(, 

1 Cor, xvi. 7 Part, used as a noun, Slow, Gr, (3paBv?, S, James 

i. 19, 

Heb. ^nj^j Stayed behind, delayed, Geu. xxxii. 5 (E.V. 

— T 

vrr. 4). 



344 s. MATTHEW XXIV. 49. XXV. 1-10. 

O) isClL, with the dininhen — /xera T^^v /liOvovrwv — PI. def. of 
.-.05 (1 Cor. V. 11), adj. Drunken, a drunkard. — Def. \^oy — R. 
(o5, vj05, Was inebriate. 

Heb. n^*l, Well watered garden, Tsa. Iviii. 11; Jer. xxxi. 

V T 

12. — Fem. subst. n*)*!* Drunkenness, Deut. xxix. 18. 



CHAPTER XXV. 

1 VX5o|J , Transl. To meet the bridegroom and the bride. Vul». Sjwnso 

et sponsoi. 

3. __».JCJI, those — aiTtves — PI. of fc_»CJI, demonsti'. pi'on. fem. 

Transl, And those foolish took &c. (4) But those wise took oil in vessels 
with their lamps. 
5. - «' Vii^ they slumbered — evuVra^av — Pret. 3. pi. fem. of i>OQJ i>QJ, 
Shmibered, dozed, as distinguished from y^'i, Slept — Part. i»op, 
2 S. Pet. ii. 3. 

Heb. Q!|i, Slumbered, and )W^, Slept, Ps. cxxi. 3, 4. 

G. ] ' ^^ ; m . \ g^ «--^ n , and in the middle (aff. pleon.) of the night — //.eVr;? 

8e I'VKTos — ^(u-Xa, def. L|L_X2) (Rev. xi. 9, 11), noun masc. A 

division, middle, half. — p^Dajj OT-.1 .^g^, mid-day. Acts xxii. 6; 

xxvi. 13: — .-jZoH^Ldj CTL-jlA^, the half of my kingdom, 

S. Mark vi. 23. 

Heb. Jl7iS, ill this sense only in proper names, as Gen. x. 

25.— Chald! jl^fi, Ualf, Dan. vii. 25. 
— 1 A V o ^ a cry, the cry — Kpavyq — Noun fem. def. A clamour, tumult. — 

With aff. Acts xxi. 34. — R. |Lo, Cried, exclaimed. — See note, 

S. John iii. 25. 
8. ^-jSd], they said — cittov — Pret. 3. pi. fem. with ^ paragogic. 
10. jl p V » ■> A .. '•^V ^ lit. to the house or fifece of the marriage feast or 

solemnity — Gr. eis tovs ydfxov<i — lJci\>j, An assembly, wedding. 

Occurs here only. 



S. MATTHEAV XXV. 10—27. 345 

Ver. 10. ...kjZZi, loas shut — eKXeLaOr] — See note, S. Jolm viii. 3. 

13 (J), Transl. For ye know not that day, nor the hour. The latter 

part of tlie verse, ev tj 6 vtos k.t.X. is wanting in the Syr., as also 
in the Arabic Vers, and Yulgate, and the Sin. Alex, and Vat. 
MSS. 

14 >*-»l» Transl. For as a man, icho departed, called his servants, &c. 

16. ;_.iZ.Z.j, traded — elpyacraTo — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing, of r-iil) Hired. (Or, 

^ . ^ 1 ^ ''i . ^ 

according to some, of ;_,tZ., Pa. r\i-» Negotiated.) Ethpa. Applied 

himself to trading ; gained hy trading, ver. 17, Lelow. — Pret. 1. 

sing. D^LX, ver. 20, 22, below Put. j^Aj, 3. pi. vp^^ZAj, 

they shall make merchandise of you, Gr. (iJ/xas) ifnropevaovTat, 2 

S. Pet. ii. 3 Imperat. pi. 0;-.ZZ], S. Luke xix. 13 Part. 

'r**LDliD, pi. coalescing with — I-jo, S. James iv. 13. 
21. Oj] (or aj(, S. Luke xix. 17), Well dooie.' — tv — Interjection, ex- 
pressive of pleasure oi- praise. 

7 

23 001, Lit. Whose talents (were) two. 

24. ) pi-»| ^J:£),from ivhence, where — oOev. 

26. \1ASX^^, sloth fid — oKVTjp'i — Adj. masc. def Lazy, idle. — PI. __jl J. J_Clkj , 

Rom. xii. 11. — P. ^-Clkj, Was lazy; — whence also |/ o i i «-^ - .^ 
noun fem. def. Idleness, 1 Tim. v. 13. 

.p ■>, .,7 

27. poAa ^>\li, on the table of the money-changers — Gr. rots T/DaTre^tVais. 
— A_»0O1 ^1C3Z, / shoidd have exacted, received — eKOfjucrdix-qv av — Part. 

(forming the perf. subj.) of VloZ (Rev. xix. 2), Sought, required; 

exacted penalty, avenged. — With afF. Acts vii. 24 Put. ^loAj, 

2. sing, ^i^ir, S. Luke vi. 30.— 1. sing. ^ii:Zf, with aff. ch. xviii. 

5.-3. pi. vpSnAj, ch. xii. 48.-2. pi. ^.\^L£, ch. iii. 13 

Imperat. ^loZ., with aff. S. Luke xviii. 3 Part. pi. masc. _i_l,^Z^ 

ch. xii. 20. 
Denv. ^ICIOZ,, noun masc. def An avenger, Gr. ckSikos, Rom. xiii. 4; 

1 Thess. iv. 6. 
Transl. And I shoidd have come, and slioidd have received mine 

own, itc. 
VV. C. 44 • 



346 S. MATTHEW XXV. 27—40. XXVI. 1—5. 

Ver. 27. CJ}iL»..S:iy ^>C1L, with its tisury — Gr. uvv tokw — So also, S. Luke 
xix. 23. — PI. with aff. of *..i.^5, def. ]Aj.r:i5, noun fern. Usury ^ 
interest. — PI. _j.^j, def. |Aj.rD5. — Pi,. [HJ?, Increased. 

Compare Heb. ^''S^Dj Lev. xxv. 37; — and ri''3"1^1) ver. 36. 

29. OtX t^IDoZAj, it shall he added to Jam — Gr. TreptcrarivOijaeTat. — See 
note, ch. vi. 33, above. 
j-4t -Id , y?'om tJie goats — ciTro twv ipitfioiv — PI. def. of (-»r-ii (S. Luke 
XV. 29), noun masc. A goat, kid. 
Heb. ^*]^, Gen, xxxviii. 23. 
Transl. As the sheplterd who divideth, &c. 
35. JjuJ-CD^ I , a stranger — ^ei'os — A word derived from the Greek : — in 
some Editions ( is left unpointed. — PI. def. ( '..' i m n j or (_»_J_CQD|, 
ch. xxvii. 7 ; Rom. xii. 13, &c. 

— « I 1 yot ■ V*^, ye took Me in — o-wryyayeTe /a€ — Pael pret. 2. pi. with 

7 

afF. of >■■ 1 n , Pa. Treated with hospitality; see note, S. John vi. 12. 

40 H-^Oj Transl. And the King shall answer and say, &c. — The pre- 
terite used for the future; see Phillips, Gr. § 5(d. 



CHAPTER XXVI. 

.77..^ 

4. nnN^si-)/ j they consulted — o-wcySovXevcravTO — Ethpaal pret. 3. pi. of 

- • \^^ Gave counsel, promised Ethpeel j^J^LoZj, Was promised, 

Gal. iii. 16;— Fern. A^i^Z]* Hebr. xi. 9 Ethpa. j^^Zf, 

Counselled together, took counsel. 
Transl. And consulted concerning Jesus, that they migJit take Him by 
subtilty, and kill Him. 

» P« X 7 

5. IjPkA^j *** the /east, on the /east-day — iv rfj iopry — See note, S. John 

ii. 23. 
— ( > «r) .. m^ an uproar — 66pv(3o^ — Noun masc. def. A tumidt, comma- 
tion, sedition — PI. def. I • *" u *j ^- Mark xiii. 8; S. Luke xxi. 
9; 2 Cor. vi. 5. — R. -•■«■, Disturbed, troubled. 



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S. MATTHEW XXVI. 7—12. 347 

Ver. 7 j A«=^ . [\ m^ Transl. An alabaster (box) of ointment of balsam, 

very jorecious. — See notes, S. John xi. 2; xii. 3, 5. 
— mAyg^ »(^ she poured it, sc. jA^lo-^j — Gr. Karexeev — Aphel pret. 3. 

sing. fern, with afF. of ^21^ , Was abundant, flowed, poured forth. 

■ — Aph. ^i.2ij] (Rom. ix. 23; Eph. i. 6), Caused to flow, poured 

out. "With aflf. masc. S. Mark xiv. 3. 

7 

8 Ol-Ki, Transl. But His disciples saw, and it displeased them, and 

they said, &c. 

y T, 

9 v-n « V>^ Transl. For this could Jtave been sold for much, &,c. — 

The words to fjivpov are wanting in the Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. 

10. %pL3] _j(lk5, ti'ouble ye — Gr. kottous Trapexere — Aphel part. pi. 
(forming pi'es. tense) of »~»(J, Laboured, was^ weary. — Aph. «_»|j j, 

Wearied, vexed. — Fut. (Jj, 1. pi. with aff. Acts xxiv. 4 Part. 

\\£d, fern. ]1U^, S. Luke xviii. 5. 

Heb. Hiph. ,1X7)1 > Job xvi. 7; Isa. vii. 13; Ezek. xxiv. 12; 

T ; V 

Mic. vi. 3. 

11 __»5 - « \^ but Me ye have not always. Note here, that in the 

Syr. construction - » \ is the subject, or nominative case before 
Ajj, as ( 1 nmV) in the preceding clause. With this use of -ik, 
which commonly mai'ks the object, compare a somewhat similar 
construction in Rev. ix. 11, where (n[IV>\ is in- apposition with 
^CiAib, the subject. 

12. . I V> jQ-.. ^\lk, on My body — lirl rov (TiafiaTo<; [jlov — Vif^ • .., def. 
tla^GLit (S. Luke iii. 22; 2 Cor. x. 10), noun masc. A body: — 
whence the adj. (jLkLwQ..., Bodily, and the adv. A . ( i Vn ^q . 
Gr. crw/xaTiKOJS, Col. ii. 9. 

Compare Heb; DSJ^il) -4 violent rain, q.d. descending in a 
body of water, 1 Kings xviii. 45; — as distinguished from ItD)^, 

T T 

A shojver (but not always, see 1 Kings xvii. 7; Eccles. xi. 3), — 
Chald. U^^, Body, Dan. iii. 27, 28; iv. 30; vii. 11. 

Transl. But this {woman) who hath poured this ointment on My body, 
hath done (or acted) kc. 



;}-tS S. MATTHEW XXVI. 12—17. 

Ver. 12, . . 1. «^nVn\ > v*j1, as it loere to bury Me — Gr. Trpos to tVra- 

<fiid(raL IXC — See note, S. John xix. 40. 
13. jjcn fc_»Z;.dCD, this Ml/ Gospel — Gr. to evayyeXiov tovto. 

— ^\Vn Ai if, shall he told — Xak-qOrjo-tTai — Ethpaal fut. 3. sing, of ^^iO, 

Pa.^^J^, ,S);o/l-e.— Etlipa. ^^5llDi.V(8. Liike ii. 20; Acts xxvii. 25; 

Hebr. xi. 7), ^Vas spohen, told; was warned., Inf. q\\V?AV)-u, 

Hebr. ii. 3; iii. 5 Part. ^^&Ak?, fern. ]1\V)^^ ]Jj, unspeak- 
able, Gr. dieK8i?;y7;Tw, 2 Coi\ ix. 15; a.ve.KXak'QTta, 1 S. Pet. i. 8 PI. 

fern. ^'^\ ^a0^ S. Luke i. 65; ii. 33; xviii. Zi.~^W<oL^ ]]?, 
which cannot be uttered, unspeakable, Gr. oAaXv/rots, Rom. viii. 26; 
apprjTa, 2 Cor. xii. 4. 

— (Jl2i.-0^, for her meviorial — Gr. ets fivrj/jLocrvvov avrrj? — ^COJ, def. 

P^05 (Acts X. 4, 31), noun masc. A remembrance, record. — 
. . v nn^\^/^)i- My meriiorial, Gr. ets ry]v i/xrjv aLvd/jLv-qo-Lv, S. Luke 
xxii. 19; 1 Cor. xi. 24, 25. — R. '^J, Remembered. 

Compare Heb. ^pT, Exod. iii. 15; Ps. xxx. 5; — and IP^Tj 
A memorial day, Exod. xii. 14; — stones, Josb. iv. 7; sacrifice, 
Numb. V. 15. 

15. OlJ^ nV) » o j^ they apj^ointed to him — earrjaav avrto — Apli.pret. 3. pi. 

of iOQ_Q J>ClO. — See note, S. John ii. 19. 

16. (^ \<^ ^ opportunity — evKaiplav — So also S. Luke xxii. 6; — Gr. evKaipws, 

S. Mark xiv. 11. — The word occurs not elsewhere. 

-Ti 7 .o 7 

17. j'^.^iS5, o/ unleavened bread — twv d^vfxwv — PI. def. of (^..^.-^^^ (1 Cor, 

V. 7, 8), noun raasc. def. ZZw^eavenef/.— "Nempe k DPI*! "1D3> 

"Jissiira uteri, priinogeuifwu, paschalia, indeque azyraa, ]; » ^"^ 
" vocaut, quod agno paschal i primogenitorum ciedes redempta, festo- 
"que paschali non nisi azymis vesci licebat. Notio et vox Judaica 
"origiue. Transit etiam ad sacra Christianorum, quibus j;_»«4^ 
"est panis sacer Uncharisticus, nempe quod et hie azyraus esse 
"solebat." (Michaelis, in Castels' Lex.) — R. Syr. i-^, Was/reed; 

7 IS . 

burnt forth; departed from life. Inf. ; j^^^^, Gr. dvaXvaat, 
Pliil. i. 2o. 



S. MATTHEW XXVI. 18—32. 349 

Ver. 18. Ng^ /n\^ to such a man — Trpos tov ha.va — A certain one, indi- 
cated or pointed oiit, but not by name. R. (la, Sought, singled 
out, scrutinized.— Occurs here only in the N.T. 

Heb. ^J73 (always with ''jb/X)) '^'hcA a one, Rnth iv. 1; — 
such a place, 1 Sam. xxi. 3; 2 Kings vi. 8. — Compare ^^1^73, 
Dan. viii. 13. 

20 ^n m , Transl. He sat down {reclined) loith His twelve disciples. 

— So the Sin. and Alex. MSS. 

23. jA . N*"^^ in the dish — Iv t<3 TpvjSXiia, — ets to rpv/BXiov, S. Mark xiv, 
20.- — Noun fern. def. A dish, cup, any deepened vessel. Occurs 
only in these places. 

Heb. ^7, masc. Something holloived out; a liquid measure, 
= -jV of a hin or six egg-shells, Lev. xiv. 10, &c. 

27. oAj 1 , drink ye — Trtcre — Imperat. pi. of |A.» (wiA^j), Drank. See 

note, S. John iv. 7. 
Transl. Take ye, drink from it all of you. 

28. ]jbAj55, of the Testament — t/;s ha07]Ky]<; — So also^S. Mark xiv. 24, &c. 

— ]£1jA_i5, 1 Cor. xi. 25, &c. — ]^A-.5, Acts iii. 25. — Noun 

adopted from the Greek, A covenant, compact. — PL def. (-OAlij 
(many Eds. read ItjAIj), Eph. ii. 12; — ItuAj-j, with aff. S. Luke 

V ... 7 1 

i. 72. — PI. in imitation of the Gr. pi. ace. in -as, .mo n .A .-% Gal. 
iv. 24. 

29. J.sOl ^-^, from now, henceforth — d-rr' aprt — So ver. 64, below; — aTro 

Tov vvv, S. Luke i. 48; — vw, 2 Cor. v. IG. — Occurs also, Eph. iv. 
17; 2 Thess. iii. 1. 
— (C7L_^5 m/nn\V)«-^ in the Kingdom of God — Gr. kv rrj (SaaiXcLo. tov 
Trarpos fX-ov. 

7 7 

30 Q_K>,^1.«0, Transl. And they sang ^j?*aises (Gr. vyavT/o-avTcs) and 

v}ent out to the Mount of Olives. 

31 ^>rC3Z}J0, Transl. And the sheep of His flock shall he scattered. 

32. J 5A£i _Ld, after — /xcra — Followed by a verb. — So 1 Cor. xi. 25. — See 

note, S. John i. 15. 



350 S. MATTHEW XXVI. 35—38. 

Ver. 35 JOOIJ J, Transl. If it should he to me to die with Thee, I 

icill not deny Thee. 

37. nAonAVnV to he sorroioful — Xvirua-Oai — (e/c^a/x^eio-^ai, S. Mark xiv. 

33)— Ethpeel inf. of -^^^ Was md— Ethpe. jk^Zf (S. Mark x. 
22), Was made sad, teas saddened. 

Deriv. (^Idq^, noun masc. def. A priest, of idolatrous rites, Acts 
xiv. 12; — of the true God, High Priest, Hebr. v. 6; vi. 20, &c. — 
Fern, def, (Z.;Jk5(10, A worshijojoer, Gr. vewKopos, Acts xix. 35. — 
PL masc. def. "j-^OD, Hebr. vii. 21, 23, &c. — "iJiOai) *o5 or 
IvLdoucjj, the High Priest, Hebr. ii. 17; iii. 1, &c. 

|2.0;IiDa£), noun fern, def The priesthood, Gr. lepareta, lepwcrvvT;, Hebr. 
vii. 5, 11, &c. 

The Heb. verb is found only in Niph. 1!3^J , Was scorched, 
Lam. V. 10: — Yearned, Gen. xliii. 30; 1 Kings iii. 26: — Was 
moved with fity, Hos. xi. 8. — Noun pi. Q''*!^^!, Idolatrous 
priests, 2 Kings xxiii. 5; Hos. x. 5; Ze^^h. i. 4, 

— on V-/ A^nX to he very heavy — dSrjfxovetv — So S. Mark xiv. 33. — Ethpeel 

inf. of *OCll» «-Q~i>, Was narrowed, compressed. — Ethpe.».Qj.JiiZZ|, 
Was overiohelmed loith anguish.— Tret. 2. pi. ^An . v/ / (, 2 

Cor. vii. 11 Fut. . n T sZAj , 3. pi. ^n . v7Ai j],, that they 

he not discouraged, saddened, Gr. tra fxrj dOvfiwa-LV, Col. iii. 21._« 
Part. ^nj_LZASD, pi. ^ I O I sZASo, S. Mark xiv. 19; IS. Pet. 

i. 6 Aphel « O 1 1^(, Made sorry, grieved. Part. . n . vVi Rom. 

xiv. 15. — PI. ^ . n I SV), Eph. iv. 30 Part. pass. - ovV>^ Full 

oj" heaviness, Gr. dSrjfjLoviuv, Phil. ii. 26. 

Heb. pW, Hiph. Pressed down, Am. ii. 13. — Cogn. p^lC> 
Hiph. Deut. xxviii. 53. 

38. wo-A OQ-D, xcait for Me — Gr. ficLvare — See note, S. John L 32. 

— 0501^, watch — ypr]yop€LTe — Imperat. pi. of 5crL», Watched..— Vui. 

^^•»> •>,^.'» ,'' 

500Tj«J, 2. pi. ^y(TL»L, ver. 40, below Part. 5aT-», pi. masc. 

_i5oi^, S. Luke xxi. 36; Hebr. xiii. 17. 



S. MATTHEW XXVI. 38—52. 351 

I". ' 
5(TL», noun masc. def. A watching, 2 Cor. vi. 5; xi. 27. 

Gr. Iv aypvTTi'tais. 

40. (JL201, what? is it so? — Gr. ovtojs — Compare 1 Cor. vi. 5. 

45. Q_kk-ijZZ.] , take (your) rest — dvairavea-Oe — Ethpeel impei-at. pi. of 
ooQJ ovkJ, Ceased, rested. — Ethpe. ^^^.j.jZZ] (2 Cor. vii. 7; Hebr. 
iv. 4, 10), Was refreshed with rest, was comforted, rested. — Pret. 
3. sing. fern. 'LL^LLJ, 2 Cor. vii. 13.— 3. pi. aj>»-*JZZf, Phi- 

lem. ver. 7; Hebr. x. 2 Fut. ^>.»^ZAj, S. Luke x. 6; Acts 

xxvii. 3. — 1. sing. »»-i.jZZ|, Rom. xv. 32; Pliilem. ver, 20. — 

3. pi. ^Q_k»-»jZAj, Rev. vi. 11; xiv. 13 Imperat. o.K-»jZZf, 

fem. ,.jjo_»jZZ1, S. Luke xii. 19 Part. o.>^jZAkD, S. Luke 

xvi. 25; Rom. ii. 17.— Fem. IjI^ZASd, 1 S. Pet. iv. 14.— PI. 
masc. ^^-t.^»-kJZAk), 1 Tim. vi. 2. 

47. Iv^Q-K., staves — Gr. iv\wv—P\. def. of "j^-^Qj^ (1 Cor. iv. 21, &c.), 

noun masc. def. A rod, staff, club. 

Heb. ItO'n? Pi'ov. xiv. 3; Isa. xi. 1. 

48. pl . O ■ 1, I kiss, shall kiss — (^iXt^'o-w — Part, (forming pres. tense) of 

' c^ » ^ (with aff. ver. 49, below, &c.), Kissed Fut. *DQ_ftj. 

Heb. pSJ^J prop. Was attached, joined: kissed. Gen. xxvii. 26, 

27; Ps. Ixxxv. 11. 

50. AjZ|5 »^01 ^i. {Is it) for this that thoxi art come ? — Gr. li^ w Trapet; — 

0.7 

The words are joined, .^CTlNs, Wherefore, on this account, Gr. Bio, 
2 S. Pet. i. 10. But in some Eds. they are separate. 

52. yt£iGl\, pict up again — aTroVrpei/fov — Aphel im2)erat. of »^SCJI, Turned, 
returned. — Aph. *^^C7l| (ch. xxvii. 3; Acts xix. 26), Put hack, 
brought back, subverted, turned away or aside. — Pret. 3. pl, 

•X .7 Ti 7 -X 7 

aasoij, Actsxv. 24 — Fut. j^^ctu, Rom.xi. 26. — 3. pl. ^an2)aiJ, 

Acts XX, 30; 2 Tim, iv, 4 Part. ^.i^cnlD, S. Luke xxiii. 14; 

S. James v. 20.— Pl. masc. ^_4^C7li, 2 Tim. ii. 16; S. Jude 

7 

ver. 4 ; — coalescing with ^-JLk» , S, James iii, 3. 
— y£ljLSQ, swords — G*'. ixaxaipav — Pl. def of \<^ i CO (S. Mark xiv. 47; 



352 S. MATTHEW XXVI. 52—03. 

Ver. 52. S. Luke xxii. 3G, «tc.), noun masc. def. A sword. — PI. ^^.^ i CD, 

S. Luke xxii. 38. — Coinpare Gr. ^L(f)o<;. 
Trausl. I^ut up again the sivord into its place; for all tliey that take 

swords shall perish with swords. 
53. > in . It \, legions — Xey€<2va<s — PI. of ^ » .#- -^ (S. Luke viii. 30: 

^ > u J ^- Mark V. 9, 15). Koun derived from the Lat. legio, 
A legion. 
Transl. Thinkest thou that I cannot pray to My Father, and He shall 
appoint for me now more than, &c. — This reading agrees with 
that of 'the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

55. i>0Q_x_^I2, daily, (in) every day, prep. -^ID understood — Gr. KaO 7]fx.f.pav. 
■ — Sometimes written sepai'ately, ^Q_» ^13, as in S. Luke xix. 47. 

56 1?^) Transl. Btit this that vias {done, was) that the scrijAures of 

the prophets, etc. 

58. |£5-»o05 ^^ from afar, afarr off — airo {xaKpoOev — So ch. xxvii. 55; 

S. Mark V, 6, &c. — Def. of *DQ_»o"5 , noun masc. Length, distance. 
Adverbially with ^^. So ^b-K»0^, to a distance, far hence, Gr. 
IxaKpdv, Acts xxii. 21. 

Compare Heb. pin*!; a-^j- Remote, Deut. xxix. 21. — pill"!^. 
Far off, from of OA", Gen. xxii. 4; xxxvii. 18. — R. pHI, Was far 
away, distant. 

59. IjOlTD, witnesses — Gr. \l/^vho^aprvp[av—Y&vt. pi. def. of '50XCD, Bore 

^0 

witness. — Part, def jjaiTO, used as a noun, A witness, martyr. 

With afF. Acts xxii. 20. See note, S. John i. 15. 
Compare Heb, *inb^ j -^ ivitness. Job xvi. 19. 
GO ]jO, Transl. But they found not (none); and there came many 

witnesses of falsehood. But atla^t there approached two, (61) and 

said, &c. In this reading of the text the S^'^r. agi-ees with the 

Sin. and Yat. MSS. 
G3. yS. ]S\ )1dq1d, / adpire Thee — i^opKi^ui ae — Aphel part, (forming 

pres. tense) nf ]Vn . Sioore. — A ph. .-i-Sdo"), ^fade to sivear, put 



S. MATTHEW XXVT. G3— 75. S5:> 

Ver. 63. upon oath Fut. Ik^QJ, 3. pi. ^^Q-J, Acts xix. 13 — Part. pi. 

. VinVn in the same verse. 

65. w.^, re?i«— Steppr7|c— Pael pret. 3. sing, of "|l^, Tore.— Pa. the same. 
—Part. IjZLd, S. Mark ii. 22. 

67. OOOl . iT. c^r^Kn they buffeted — iKoXa^icrav — Pael part. pi. (forming 
imperf. tense) of oa.2LD, Struck, bruised, struck with the fist. — 
Pa. K>^2xhi, the same.— Part. o^'^nV), 2 Cor. xii. 7 — Ethpaal 
oo-iLoZ]", Was buffeted, vexed.— V&vt. ^j^ Wcit^, 2 S. Pet. ii. 7. 
—Pi. ^_>..KKg^n^lD, coalescing with ^^ 1 k>, 1 Cor. iv. 11. 

69. "jAk)"!, a damsel—TratSLo-KT] — Noun fern. def. A maid-servant, hand- 
maiden. — PI. def. |Z.aiLD(, S. Luke xii. 45. 

Heb. nX2X, pl- nin;^X, l Sam. i. II3 Ps. Ixxxvi. 16; cxvi. 16. 

T T T -; 

— .... Aj I *S I , Transl. Tho^i also loast ivith Jesus of Nazareth. 

71. (g^nnX^ into the porch — ets tov irvXCiva — eis to TvpoavXiov, S. Mark 
xiv. 68. — |-2irD, noun masc. def. A vestibule. 

Heb. &D, A basin, Exod. xii. 22: — Threshold, Judg. xix. 27. 
Whence denom. Hithpa. &j&ij^Dn> Stood at the entrance, kept the 
door, Ps. Ixxxiv. 11. 

— .... OlZ.l™K», Transl. Another (inaid) saio him, and said to them, This 

(man) was also there vnth, (fee. 

74. oLd^-kkIqA, to curse — KaTavaOcfiari^eiv — Aphel inf. of i>0;_K» (not used) 

7. -7 

Aph. I>Of_Kj|, Cursed, uttered curses, bound under a curse. — Pi'et. 

3. pl. aSD^f, Acts xxiii. 12, 21.— 1. pl. ^l^'(, ver. 14 Part. 

iioilKKlD, S. Mark xiv. 71. 
Deriv. IsO^jo, noun masc. A curse, 1 Cor. xii. 3; xvi. 22; Gal. i. 8, 9. — 
Def. |iD;_K», Acts xxiii. 14; Rom. ix. 3. 

Heb. DIH) Hiph. Q^^inil) Devoted to destruction, Josh. xi. 

-T • v; V 

11;— to God, Lev. xxvii. 28; Mic. iv. 13.— Whence Qnn, A 
curse, Josh. vi. 18: — and CnH) Zech. xiv. 11. 

75. Ajj;_ijlD, bitterly — TriKpws — So S. Luke xxii. 62. — Adverb derived 
W. c. 45 



354 S. MATTHEW XXVI. 75. XXVIL 1—7. 

- P X 7 .0, I ? 

Ver. 75. from l^jjio, adj. Bitter, S. James iii. 14. — Fern. def. |Z;-j^k), 
Acts viii. 23. — PI. masc. _.j"^j1d, Col. iii. 19. — Def. |','.j;1d, 
S. James iii. 11. 

R. y-^ '^, Was hitter. Pret. 3. sing. fem. Zjk), Rev. x. 10. 
■ — 3. pi. O^, ch. viii. 11 Pael redupl. fiOjlD, Embittered, irri- 
tated. Etlipa. ;iD^!iDZ I , Was embittered, stirred to anger or grief. 

— Part. (001 i^iD'^L}!!^, Gr. Trapw^vvero, Acts xviL 16 A-pk 

ilJD], Made bitter. — Put. jku, Rev. x. 9. 
From this verb are also derived 
(Z-O^-j^So, noun fem. def. Bitterness, Rom. i. 29; 1 Cor. v. 8. 
^j^So, noun masc. def. tlie same. — PI. def. ]3;iD, Hebr. xii. 15. 
]ZjLd, noun fem. def. the same, Rom. iii. 14. 



CHAPTER XXVIL 

2 .rn nV>\« ')n Transl. Aoid delivered Him to Pilate the Governor. 

XIovTiu) is wanting in the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

3 ^llo, Transl. And went and returned those thirty {pieces) of silver. 

4. \^d\ , innocent — a6Q>ov — Def. of . i 7)1 , adj. Clean, pure; also Victorious, 

Rev. vi. 2, where, however, some read pi . — PI. ^ i i "^ 1 , coalescmg 

with -~L»o, we are conquerors, Rom. viii. 37. — Occurs in the N.T. 

only in these places. R. ]d1, Conquered, cogn. "(oj, Was pure.— 

See note, S. John xvi. 33. 
— \ \<n \ , Lit. To us ivhat to us? — Gr. ti Trpos ■qixS.%; 
Aj] VX,j Aj"!, thou hiowest — Gr. (tv oi/^et— Similarly ^ai.?Z. vO^I, Gr. 

v/Acis oij/€a6€, ver. 24, below. 

6. - .Vn" I the price of—Tifi-^—Tl constr. of ]V^ i I (with aff. Acts v. 2), 

noun fem. derived from the Greek word. — PI. (masc. form) 
^•^n4,def. Ilialj. 

7. Ol^Ja^.f, the field (aff. pleon.)— to;/ aypo'v— "t^JQ-J (in the next 

verse), noun masc. der. from the Gr. word. PI. def. jrD)Q~M. 
S. Mark vi. 36- 



S. MATTHEW XXVII. 7—16. 355 

Ver; 7. ];_kk^), of the potter — tov Kepajuews — Nouu masc. def. A potter; 
also, Earthemoare, Gr. ooTpaxtva, 2 Tim. ii. 20. — R. ;-kk£3, Etlipa. 

^jv»j^Z. I , Was moulded in clay. 

Chald. ^n3, Dan. ii. 41. 

9 _jr-'^) Transl. TJien was falfilled that ivhich was sp)olcen by the 

Prophet, who said, I took the thirty (jneces) of silver, (the price of 
the Precious ivhich they had agreed for,) from the children of 
Israel, (10) and I gave them, <fec. — The Sin. MS. reads eSwKa. 

12 ,^0, Transl. And when the Chief Priests and Elders were accusing 

Him, no word did He return. 
14 ]Jo, Transl. A7id He gave him no reply, not even hy one word; 

and on this account he marvelled greatly. 
15. ]>(S \\'^*~)^ at every feast — Gr. Kara iopTi^v — So also S. Mark xv. 6: — 

but ly-fc^ji.^, S. Luke xxiii. 17. 
001 AId, 7i'as 7V07it — eloiOet — Aphel part. pass, (forming imperf. tense) 

o T.7 77.. -T. 

of )QJL ,_L (not used), Pa. ,^.2^, Was accustomed. — Ethpa. , » ^/ (^ 

' I .7 

Accustomed himself. — Aph. , » v{^ Was accustomed. Part. pass. 

7 10 

pl. OOOl ^j,.LLd, S. Luke ii. 42; Acts iii. 2. 

X .7 

16 ;_»_CD|, Transl. There loas to them (they had) hound a notable 

prisoner. Note the difference between the simple and def. form 
of the participle. 

.oil T I 

— i^^r->» notable — iina-r]fx.ov — Def. of \Li,_» (Rom. xi. 2; 1 Cor. ix. 26), 

7 1 

properly part. Peil of VJ,j, Knew. Used as an adj. Knoion, well 

. p I X . 7 

knoipn, notorious, celebrated. — P^r-> h^Q-») « cer'tain, special, con- 
venient day, Gr. T^/Aepas evKatpov, S. Mark vi. 21 ; — raKTrj Tj/xepa, 
Acts xii. 21.— Fern. IL.^, 1 Cor. ix. 10; xv. 27, &c.— Def. 
|Aikj,_», Acts xxi. 39. — PI. masc. _.i_L_ira, S. Luke xi. 44, &c.: — 

7 * . •^ ..II 

coalescing with ^-J-»^, 2 Cor. vi. 9. — Def. p^r-i, Certain days, 
Gr. tqjxipa'i Tivas, Acts xvi. 12; — -^ovov tlvol, ch. xviii. 23; — with 
]j. Unknown, 2 Cor. vi. 9; S. Jude ver. 6, Gr. aiStotj. — PI. fern. 

' •\''. " ..X X 

def. |Al»jp», Aets xvii. 4, 12 From this part, is derived 



.'^')0 S. MATTHEW XXVII. IG— 20. 

Z.QJi_»,_i, noun fera. clef. Knowledge, — "vvitli aff. pleon. Rom. 
1. 19, Gr. TO yvmcnov. 

Compare Heb. part. pass. V^*]*, known, -l^tx.. liii. 3. — PI. 
D*J;T, Deut. i. 13, 15. 

18. (Vinn ..> — liD, for envy — Sta <f>06vov — Noun masc. clef. Envy, malice 

7 

raised by the knowledge of another's excellence. — E,. V^rn ..> 

Was zealous, in a good or bad sense; bewitched, Gal. iii. 1 Fut, 

^m kJ* Part, "^rn /. 1 Cor. xiii. 4; Gal. iii. 1; Tit. ii. U. 

— PI. masc. ^^ 1 Vim Kj, Gal. iv. 17; v. 26 Ethpa. :>acCLK.2.f, 

Was zealously affected. — Fut. 2. pi. ^aLam-K.ZZ, Gal. iv. 18. 

19 *^L^ ,D, Transl. But when the governor ivas set down on his 

judgment-seat, his wife sent tmto him, and said unto him. 

— ^Q.-»?i . . . • M, Compare ch. viii. 29, above, and S. John ii. 4. 

I 7 

— .... - ' It "^j Transl. For much have I suffered (see note, ch. xvi. 21,. 

above) in my dream, &c. 

X -7 p 

20. aflD_i_£3J, persuaded — e.-rrua-av — Aphel pret. 3. pi. of »CDaS »cCl2 
(not used) — Ethpeel .m . g^/ / |^ Assented, was obedient to, like 

•CQj_2L^Z"|, see note, S. John iii. 36 Fut. 2. sing, .m . c^H 

(for ȣQj.^ZZZ), Acts xxiii. 21 Part. pi. masc. ^ . m > g^^Ap-) 

I «7 

2 Tim. iii. 2 Aph. »CCL».^| (Acts xix. 26), Persuaded, besought, 

X .7 • _ X 

exhorted Imperat. »DQj_23(, with aff. 1 Tim. v. 1 Part, .ro . c^^-~n 

Acts vii. 26, &c. — PI. masc. > nn . <yiV) Acts xiii. 43; — coalescing 

7 _ 

with --L>>», ch. xxviii. 14, below, &,c Part. pass. »£D.2ilD, Per- 
suaded of, versed, skilful in. Acts xxvi. 3; Rom. viii. 38; Hebr. 
V. 13, »tc. — PI. masc. - en g^Vo S. Luke xx. 6, itc. ; — coalescing 

7 

with - l.K>, S. Luke i. 1, &c. 
N.B. This Aplj, form is by some regarded as denom. from -""> > <^ or 

-fy ' g^ (see below), or as formed immediately from the Gr. eireia-e. 
Deriv. ,£Qj_2, noun masc. Persuasion, obedience, -ty > g^ (Jj, Gr. aVet- 

OiU, Tit. i. 16.— Def. toiIs, Ool. ii, 2, See. 



S. xMATTHEW XXVII. 20—29. 3o7 

Ver. 20. ]/n i m . <y>/ AVn noun feni. def. Obedience; with (j , Disobe- 

dience, Eph. V. 6, 

j/n 1 m . <y>^^ noun £em. def. Persuasion, 1 Cor. ii. 4. 
24 ^^Ldj, Transl. T^/iwi nothing availed — Gr. otl ovhlv wc{>eXet. 

— t~0), a tumult — Oopv/So'; — rapa-^n<;. Acts xii. 18; — Kpavyq, Eph. iv. 31.. 
— Noun masc. def. A contention, clamour, strife of tongues. — R.. 
diOJ s^'i (not used). Aph. »iij5f, Contended;. — pret. 3. pi. 
Q^Hj?!, Acts XXIV. 9. 

Heb. i***!, Strife, Gen. xiii. 7. 

■ — PI > i Cn kkIq, / am innocent — ci^wos ci/>ti — Pael part. pass, (forming 
pres. tense) of \££l»^ or ._».£Q-k» (not used), Pa. - » m «.>^ Sanctified, 

exjnatcd, was 2iro2ntious to, pardoned. Compare Gr. oo-tow 

Fut. [£CLkkJ, 1. sing. f£D_»u|, Gr. I'Aews l(xop.ai, Hebr. viii. 12. 

^ C 7 ^ 7 

Deriv. Jj.£n_K», adj. liohj. Tit. i. 8, &c. y > fn>o, TAine ZTo^y Owe, 
Acts ii. 27; xiii. 35. 

|/ n . m 1..^ noun fern. def. Holiness, Eph. iv. 24. 

|..».rDQ.ju, noun masc. def. A propitiator, expiation; mercy-seat, 
Rom. iii. 25; Hebr. ix. 5, &c. 

•n 7 

26. . . . . j_i(L_]0, Transl. And he scourged Jesus loilh lohips, and delivered 

Uim to he crucified. 

■K 7 

27. C-a-lSi, they gathered — avvijyayov — The Vien. Ed., Tremellius, and 

7 
others, read Q..m^O, PeaL 

28. t-jCnaj^K-^j], they stripped Him — Gr. cKSuo-avres avroV, — iieSvaav 

avTov, ver. 31, below; S. Mark xv. 20. — Aphel pret. 3. pi, with 
aff. of w»«>,X*, Sent away. — Aph. «>.>_^jj, Made naked, despoiled. 

— .m . ^o\n , a robe — yXafxvha — Noun adopted from the Greek. A royal 

vesture. Occurs only here and ver. 31, below. 

— |A^7Q.>j1), of scarlet — Gr. KOKKtvrjv, — Xajxirpdv, S. Luke xxiii. 11. — 

Noun fern. def. Scarlet or 2Jur2)le. Scarlet wool, Hebr. ix. 19. 

29. t-^l^^-^?) of thorns — e^ aKavOQv — PI. def. of P1Q»L, A bramble. Occurs 

here only. 



358 S. MATTHEW XXVII. 29—39. 

Ver. 29. Compare Heb. nOTV) ^ species of eagle, Deut. xiv. 12. —R. 

T • ; r 

ny, not used, Was sharp. 
30, fTic^n.. <y>o^ in His face — Gr. eis auroV. 

n « c^AVn^ *_i(Jl, ichich is translated — Gr. os core Xeyo/xevos, — fx^dep- 

fiTjifcvoixevov, S. Mark xv. 22.__Etlipaal part, fern, of .o m ca Pa. 

.r> JL £7> Made easy, explained. — Ethpa. .o » g^/ j^ TFas explained, 

interpreted. Part. *0-«_2)Z\iD, Hebr. vii. 2. 

34. i.^ui~ii>j5, which (was) mitigled — fjieixiyfxivov — Part. Peil of »4-Lk» 

(S. Luke xiii. 1), Mixed, mingled. Peil def. (A ' ^ •■•, Rev. xv. 2, 
T*ap1 -5^ »■' Ethpaal »^JLkjZj, Was mingled, made partaker, 

had communion, intercourse with. — Pret. 1. pi. 5 *•' L Hebr. 

iii. 14 Put. 42L.LAJ, 2. pi. ^\LLI1, 1 Cor. v. 9, 11 Part. 

pi. masc. ^j.|.\ijZ^, 2 Thess. iii. 14. 

Deriv. (.1 5 -^O. h>) noun masc. def. Communion, Gr. Koivwvta, 2 Cor. 

vi. 14. 

— j/\-V)'^j wiVA ^«?^ — /xera ^O'^^? — Noun fem. def. Bitterness, gall. 

7 
Occurs here only in the N.T. — R. 5^Ld ^Ld, ITas hitter. See note, 

ch. xxvi. 75, above. 

Heb, HTl/lDj -^^^'^j g'^^ll} Job xvi. 13; — and rTm^j Bitterness, 

T •• ; T : 

Deut. xxxii. 32. 
35 r^O, Transl. And when they had crucified Him, they parted His 

garments by lot. 
N.B. The rest of this verse, tVa TrXrjpwd'^ .... KXrjpov, is absent in the 

Vienna and other Eds. — some insert it in the margin, or in 

brackets. It is also wanting in the Sin. Vat. Alex, and many 

other MSS., and several versions, including some copies of the 

old Italic. 
37 aSoCDO, Transl, Aiid set up over His head the pretext for His 

death, in the writing, &c. 

X X 

39. _j,-iJ.LD, wagging — K^vol}vT€s — So S, Mark xv. 29 — Apbel part. pi. 
of JQJ .J, Trembled, v;as agitated. — Aph. pjijf, Moved from side 

T 

io side, ^hook, — Pai't. ^ 



S. MATTHEW XXVII. 39-59. 359 

Ver. 39. Heb. *l!)J, Was agitated; hence, Was a fugitive, fled, Gen. iv. 
12, 14; Ps. xi. 1; Ivi. 9. Hiph. "lOHj Caused to wander, Ps. 
xxxvi. 12; — Wagged the head, Jer. xviii. 16. — Chald. *7!)^, 
Fled; — pret. 3. sing. fern. Dan. iv. 11. 

.07 

40 1^, TransL Save Thyself, if Thou be the Son of God, and come 

doionfrom the cross. — So also the Sin. and Alex, MSS. 

7 

41 J><1L, Transl. With the Scribes and Elders and Pharisees. 

42 |]_»^kJ>, Transl. That we may see, and believe in Him. 

43. ^j.'^Z., trusting, i.e. He trusts, or trusted — Gr. TrirroLOev — Part. Peil 
of ^^Z, Trusted, hoped, had confidence in, with ^\ii of the object. 
— PI. ^ I \ I nZ, S. Mark x. 24; S. Luke xviii. 9; — coalescing 

with ,Jlkj, Hebr. xiii. 18; 1 S. John v. 15 Ethpeel ^ZZ]", 

the same.— Pret. 2. sfng. ZZl£iZZl" ^om. ii. 19 Put. 3. pi. 

^\^1Lj, 1 Tim. vi. 17. 
Deriv. fjJ^^oZ, noun masc. def. Hope, trust, confidence, 2 Cor. i. 9, 
15, &c. 

A-.(1.a..dZ, adv. Confidently, boldly, Phil. i. 25; Hebr. xiii. 6. 

44 ZciCiOl, Transl. Likewise (or, in the same manner) also those thieves 

which were crucified with Him reviled Him. 

• , .7 ,. 7 .7 

51. \^^L . I ^\, the veil, lit. the face of the door — to KarairiTaa-fJia — See 
note, S. John xi. 44. — So also in the parallel passages, S. Mark 
XV. 38; S. Luke xxiii. 45; and Hebr. vi. 19; ix. 3; x. 20. 
Transl. Aiid immediately the veil, &c. 

— i^V^» I, VMS rent — la-xfcrOrj — Ethpeel pret. 3. p]. fem. (agreeing with 

.. 7 .7 . I .T> 

vj_2i|) of |5» , Tore. — Ethpe. •-•i-^r.l, Was torn. — In the Vien. 
and some other Eds. the Pibui is omitted — as also in the parallel 
■passages; see last note. 

7 7 

53 Q.Q.2U0, Transl. And went forth, and after His resurrection went 

into the holy city, and appeared unto (or, were seen by) many. 

56. ^-jCTLlisD Ir-K*?, 07ie of whom (was) — Gr. iv ah ^v. 

59. l^-k-KKd, in a cloth ((jAdj, of linen, see note, S. John xix. 40)— 
Gr. o-tvSovt — Noun masc. def. A cloth, wrapper. — So S. Luke 



3^0 S. MATTHEW XXVII. 59- G4. 

Ver. 59. xxiii. 53. — R. .Q^k» ^j^, Bound up. — Pa. ^j~k», Enclosed, 
surrounded, girded around, in order to strengthen. — Part. pi. 
_j^.a-kkLd, Acts xxvii. 17. — Cogn. »^Q,>j *4-»^> Sewed together. 
,.QJ, clean — Gr. KaOapa — Adj. Select, choice; then, Pure, clean. 

.0 7 . c . 7 

(,.QJ ^m.^>j, the sincere milk, Gr. atoXov ydXu, 1 S. Pet. ii. 2. 
Occui's in the N.T. only in these places. — P. r^J, Arab. Bis- 
criminated. 

Compare Heb. ^pj, pi. D'''^pJ) Marked with spots, of sheep 
and goats, Gen. xxx. 32, &c. 

60. ; ,>,,C:.3p, which (was) hewn out — Gr. 5 iXaroixrjcrev — Part. Peil of ; n \ 
Dug, dug out, excavated. — Def. j^aJDJ, S. Luke xxiii. 53. 

Heb. ^p]), Pierced, hored oii^ the eyes, 1 Sam. xi. 2; Prov. 
xxx. 17. 

— o\ iih-i^; they rolled — Gr. 7rpoaKvXiaa<; — Pael pret. 3. pi. of ^^|L_ik, 

.. •» 7 ^ 

Arab. Hastened, hui'ried. — Pa. ^■^*-i> (ch. xxviii. 2 ; S. Mark 

XV. 46; xvi. 3), Polled, rolled aioay Part. pass. W .i *^^, fern. 

]Li VV), S. Mark xvi. 4; S. Luke xxiv. 2. 

In Heb. the root does not occur, but its deriv. n/JV) -^ 

T T ~: 

waggon, Gen. xlv. 19, &c. War-chariot, Ps. xlvi. 10. 
Transl. And they rolled a great stone, (and) laid (it) against the door 
of the sepulchre, and departed. 

61 fc_»OCn Aj|, Transl. And there were there Mary Magdalene, and the 

other Mary, who were sitting, tfec 

G3. I T I \[)^Ci, the deceiver — o TrXavos — Noun masc. def. A seducer, im- 
postor.— V\. def. \\ \ \J^, 2 Cor. vi. 8, &c.— Formed from Aph. 
part, of \L^, Erred; see note, S. John vii. 12. — Whence also is 
derived 

\Lc\ \ t N(}^, noun fern. def. Error, 1 S. John iv. 6. 

X 7 K 

64. ^5ai)^, watching, (that) they watch, to watch — Gr. d(r(f>aXia-9rjvaL — 

7 

Ethpeel part, of JCTi], see note, ch. vii. 15, above. Ethpe. Was 
cautious of, on guard against, with ^ of the object; — kept watch 



S. MATTHEW XXVII. 64— G6. XXVIII. 1-9. 361 

Ver. 64. over, guarded, followed by %^. — Part, for infin., or Lat. tU with 

subjunctive. 
65. ")',JCL^£D-D, guards, a watch — Gr, Kovo-rwStav — PI, def. of "); i o ^m m _ 

noun masc. derived from Lat. quoiStionarius, as the Gr. word is 

from Custodia, Occurs in the next verse, and ch. xxviii. 11, 12. 
— .... alll , Transl. Go, keep guard as ye know (how). The original is 

literally rendered. 

't 0< -ft 

(i6 _j5 ^QJCn, Ti'ansl. So they went, and guarded the sepulchre, and 

sealed the stone, together with the guards. 



CHAPTER XXVIII. 
1 ( ■ V^^O, Transl. In the evening of the Sabbath, when the first {day) 

? 

of the week was dawning. For ai-»J, see note, S. John xix. 31. — 
Some, however, regard it as a substantive. Light, morning; 
Transl. Which (was) the morning of the first &c. 
3. ] .1 \ / , the snoio — ;^twv — Noun masc. def. occurring also S, Mark ix. 3; 
Rev. i. 14. 

Heb. JlScr, Snow, Ps. cxlvii. 16.— Chald. JlS^l, Dan. vii. 9.— 
The Heb, ^ is in Aram, softened into Z. 

7. \\ 11 *^*^; quickly — Ta-)(y — Adverb; see note, S. John xi, 29, 

8. _4ai)0, and they ran — /cai . , , . ISpa/xov — So the Vienna and some 

Ti -ft 7 

other Editions. Schaaf reads —j^Olj'o, and i-emarks, Viennensis 
Editio videtur •_» insertum Imbere. 

9. ^S_HL_2i, met — d.Tn]VTr](rev — Verb Peal pret. 3, sing. Met, fell in ivith, 

S, Mark v. 2; S. Luke viii, 27; ix. 37.— With *^ of the object. 

—Pret. 3. fem. 'LL.^ , Acts xvi. 16 Put. ^v-SlJ Part. 

^J-yLa, S. Mark xiv, 13; S, Luke xxii. 10. 

Heb. y^fi. Lighted iqyon a place, Gen. xxviii. 11; — Met a 
person, ch. xxxii. 2 ; — with ^ of the object. 

N,B, The clausp, ws 8c . . , . avrov, is Avanting in the Sin. and Vat. 

MSS. 
w. 0. 46 



.362 S. MATTHEW XXVIII. 12—20. 

Ver. 12. 5q>11 ]J, not little, i.e. a considerable sum — Gr. iKavd. 



13. .... oZ), Transl. Came and stole Him in the night while we were 

7 

slee2nng. 

14 ^an^O, Transl. And will make you without care. * 

15 \Q-30^5 Transl. And they, ichen they had taken the money, did as 

they had taught them; and this saying went forth, &c. 

7 7 

16. -nri v ^ .■> the eleven — ot cVSeKa — Card. num. masc. 
Heb. n^'j; *Tni<, Gen. xxxii. 23. 

— ^O, had a2')pointed — ha^aro — Pael pret. 3. sing, of ^0, Defined, de- 
termined, fixed xtjyon.—^Q:. Caused, ordered to assemble. Occurs 
here only in the N.T. 

Deriv. ] A0> noun masc. def. A plage of meeting, a port, Acts xx. 13. 
Cogn. Heb. ^V^ Fixed, ap>pointed a time, 2. Sam. xx. 5; — 
a place, Jer. xlvii. 7; — a chastisement, or rod, Mic. vi. 9. 

18, .aHA p.ru|o, and as My Father hath sent Me, even so send I 

you. This passage seems to have been interpolated from S. John 
XX. 21, as an appropriate introduction to the words which follow. 

19. n ^VnX / make disciples of- — fxa6r]T€vcraTe — Imperat. pi. of the quadri- 

lit. Pael verb ,^ \/ ^ Made disciples, instructed. Denom. from 

1' . <^\ 7 A disciple.— 'Pvet. 3. pi. 0,!2l\Z, Acts xiv. 20 Part. 

pass. rLo^AlD, Acts xviii. 25. — R. ,^ \; not foxmd in Sjriac. 

Heb. ^^h, Learned, Deut. v. 1.— Pi. *7^'p, Taught, Ps. 
XXV. 4. 

20 o c^ v^Oj Transl. And teach them to observe [keep) all that which I 

have commanded you. 



1P7 wjALdj "jZoio^o |.«_.pO ^ » \ .^o] i»cAj 

Finished is the Holy Gospel, the Preaching of Matthew, 

which he preached in Hebrew in the land 

of Palestine. 



THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO 

S. MAEK. 

The Holy Gospel, the Preaching of Mark 
the Evangelist, 

In tlie Title, 
ji .*-^m^n the Evangelist. — Noun masc. clef. — K. ;nm, Thought, supposed. 

7 7 

— Pa. ;^c» ; Announced, preached. See also Acts xxi. 8; 2 Tim. 
iv. 5.— PI. clef. liyn^V), Eph. iv. 11. 



CHAPTER I. 

Ver. 1. ^ . \ . . in]^ of the Gospel — rov evayyeXiov—Nonn adopted from 

the Greek. See also Rom. i. 1, 9, &c. and the Titles, &c. to the 

Gospels. 
2 iCuAoj si^l, Transl. As it is written in Isaiah the Prophet, Behold, 

I send My messenger before Thy face, which shall prepare Thy 

way. — The Sin. and Vat. MSS. read Iv t<3 'Hcrato, tw Trpocf>y]Ty, and 

omit cfXTrpoaOiv (rov. 

Some Editions o£ the Syriac, viz, Tremellius, Reg. and Hutter, 

read •" Malachi " for "Isaiah" (Schaaf). 
5. 502, the land — t) x^P"^ — Noun fem, derived from the Gr. word. Some 

Editions read 5cil3 — Occurs here only. 



364 S. MARK I. 5—20. 

Ver, 5 ^OT-^O, Transl. And all the sons {people) of Jerusalem, arid 

he baptized them, &c. 
6. j/uD^, a girdle — Gr. luivrjv — Def. of )l3;A, noun fem. A thong, 

cincture. — "jAri^i, in some Eds., Acts xxi. 11. — PL def. ]^Vl», 

ver. 7, below; S. John i. 27, where see note. 
Transl. And teas girded with a girdle of skin on his loins; and his 

food was, (fcc. 

I. yL\ \ >w> (so also S. Lukeiii. 16. — ,A_ikj_K», in some Eds.,. S. Luke i. 49; 

xxiv. 19), — mightier, %,\ lLo, than I — laxvpoTepo'i fj.ov — Adj. 
Strong, powerful. — Def. ]jAAjuj.>, 1 Tim. vi. 15, &c. — Fem. 
]i^\->..>!>, 1 Cor. i. 25.— Def. ]LJh\ . L, Hebr. v. 7, &c.— PL 
masc. ^-juAXI^j, 2 Cor. xiiL 9; 1 S. Johnii. 14.— Def. ]V aV: I. 
Rom. XV. 1, (kc. — The pointing in all these forms varies as above. 
— R. v»Q„K», Pa. ^\juJv», Strengthened. 
10. Q-D jZlCD I , were 023ened—Gr. cr^^t^o/xeVov? — Ethpeel pret. 3. pi. of %Of£D\ 
Cut, tore, rent asunder. — Ethpe. uDjACDJ, Was torn, torn open. 

II. y^i ■*'* Thee — Gr. Iv w — The Sin. and Vat. MSS. read eV aoi. 

1 3. \L0 I, Kj ^02k, with the vnld beasts — /xera twv Orjpioiv — PL def. of ( o . > f 
A71 animal, beast, wild beast. Def. ]Zx1.*»kj, Hebr. xii. 20. — 
Noun fem., but often in the Book of Revelation treated as masc, — 
Constr. p_» Z-Q-x-Kj, lit. JSeast of tooth, savage beast. Rev. vi. 8; 
used as fem. ch. xi. 7; but masc. oh. xiii. 1, &c. — -R. |-ik-K», Lived. 
Heb.'nTl, £east, Gen. i. 24; xxxvii. 20, 33.— Chald. XVH, 
Dan. iv. 13; or HVPl, ch. viL 5, 7.— Constr. nVH, ch. ii. 38.— 
Def. N*nVn, ch. iv. 11.— PL rvn, ch. vIL 3.— Def. ^^nVH, ch. 

T : •• 't •• TT •■ 

vii. 7. 
7 
19 j^O, Transl. And when He had proceeded a little — IkuQcv is want- 
ing in the Vat. MS. 

— ^TlA wSjO, and them also {He saw) — Gr. koI avrov'?. A marks the 
accusative. 

20 \i-O0, Transl. And He called them; and immediately they left their 

father Zebedec with the hired servants, ic. 



S. MARK I. 21—25. 365 

7 

Ver. 21. ,. ..pDO, Transl. And lohen they entered into Capernaum, 
straightway He taught on the Sabbaths in their synagogues — Sin. 
MS. eStSa^ev ci9 Trjv crvvaywyiqv. 

7X17. 

22. 0001 lOI » ^< ; they were astonished — e^cTrXT/cro-ovTO' — Part. Peil pi. 

forming imperf. tense of OTIdZ (cli. xv. 44; Acts viii. 13, Vienna 

7 t>. 

Ed. Some others I'ead CTlSoZ., part.) Wondered, was amazed. Pret. 
3. pi. OOlLol, ch. xii. 17; S. Luke ii. 48; viii. 56; Acts x. 45: — 

Fern. ^'JX^InL, cb. xvi. 5, below Fut. OIIdAj, 2. pi. ^(j{^LL, 

Acts xiii. 41 Part. Peil ctUi.SdZ, Gal. iv. 20. — Fern. def. 

-K. I y. . T> .. I 7. 

\/ m .^n /^ used as an adj. Rev. xv. 1. — PI. niasc. def. IctLlIdZ., 
as an adj. ver. 3. — PI. fern. ^ W)Z., S. Luke xxiv. 4. — Def. 
]/rn V Vi/ as a noun, S. Luke xiii. 17. 

Heb. n/^n> Wondered, Ps. xlviii. 6. — Compare Gr. 6av[xd^o). 

— T 

— .... Po, Transl. And not as their scribes. — Compare S. Matt. vii. 29. 

23. 1 ]v>^ j unclean — Gr. dKaOdprio — Def., see also 2 Cor. vi. 17, of (SlL^ 

(Acts X. 14, 28; xi. 8; Rom. xiv. 14), adj. Defiled, impure, abomi- 
nable. — Fem. def. 1Z|Lq^, which is the reading of the Vien. and 
most of the Eds. in the text: — -Par. and Lond. Polygl. jASo^, — 
Schaaf, Ed. 1717, VA^kl^.— PL masc. ^1^4, 1 Cor. vii. 14.— 

PL fem. def \l}(^, Rom. i. 24; Rev. xvi. 13 R. \nl, Pa. 

]kl^. Defiled.— ^i\i^-A. "to^Zr, Was defiled.— '^zxt.^l. ^]k4A!i, 
Hebr. ix. 13. — Whence also ]Zo}Lq4, noun fem. def. Pollution, 

-r. 0. 7 7 

uncleanness, Acts xv. 20, itc. — PL def. jZofSiQ^; ^^v. xvii. 4. 
Heb. Ji^/btO' Unclean, Lev. v. 2; — in a moral sense. Job xiv. 4. 

•• T 

24 r^'O) Ti'ansL And said, What have we to do with Thee, &c. — Ea 

is wanting in the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

25. y^Q^ 50'-) rn, shut thy mouth, i.e. hold thy peace — Gr. ^i/xw^tjti. So 

7 y , 

S. Luke iv. 35. — Imperat. of ;.liCD (cogn. ^^«.£D), Shut Fut. 

», ■>« ft. ,•» . 

jOUCDJ, 2. pi. ^;.nmZ., in a similar phrase, 1 S. Pet. ii. 15 — 

Ethpeel i^AroV, Was shut.— Yni. ^sAfiU, Rom. iii. 19 Pael. 



366 S. MARK I. 25—45. 

y 7 7 7 

Ver. 25. ;^1CD, pret. 3. pi. Oi-^iTO, they stoj^ped their ears, Acts vii. 57; — 

mouths of lions, Hebr. xi. 33 Inf. n. 'imVtX^ Tit. i. 11. 

Deriv. j^HCD, noun fern. A shield, Eph. vi. IG. The Vienna and 

.0 7 

several others read (;*"^rf), Hope. 

Heb. ^^D, Niph. Gen. viii. 2; Ps. Ixiii. 12.— Pi. Delivered 

— T 

ove7; Isa. xix. 4. — Cogn. ^JlD> Shut, Gen. xix. 6, 10. — Chald. 

— T 

^JID, Dan. vi. 23. 

26. OlZr^, threw him doivn — Gr. cnrapd^av avrov — Pret. 3. sing. fem. with 
aff. of 1rJ») see note, S. John viii. 7. 

The Gr. word expresses only a convulsion, without injury 
to the body; compare S. Luke iv. 35. 

7 7 

29 CLD.2U0, Transl. And they went out of the synagogue, and came to 

the house, &c. 

7 . •» 

30 O^LOJO, Transl. And they told Him of her. 

32. I »^ » ._i_SiV.^!i^i^ii^ , lit. at the settings of the sun — Gr. or€ lov o t^Xios 

— SwovTos rov -qXiov, S. Luke iv. 40.«_«P1. constr. of (.OiSV), noun 

masc. def. — E,. <^'r^, Set, as the sun. 
35 ^i-Oj Transl. He rose very early, and icent into a desert, &c. — The 

words KoX aTrrjXOev are wanting in the Vat. MS. 
36. OT.-^ 0001 __kJL^, sought Him — Gr. KareBiw^av avrov, 

38 o'-^X m^ Transl. Go ye (Gr, ayoificv) into the toicns and into the 

cities that are near. 

•« 7 

39 ^ jnVi n Transl. And He preached in all their synagogues in all 

Galilee. 
40 X^jSUO, Transl. And fell at His feet, and besought Him, and said 

unto Him, &c. 
42 OT-C)0, Transl. And immediatehj his leprosy departed from him, 

he. — The Sin. and Vat. MSS. omit cittovtos ovtov. 
44 |Q-»^> Transl. Shew thyself to the priests, and offer the gift for thy 

cleansing, as Moses commanded, &c. — See note, S. Matt. viii. 4. 
45. |^5q.>j (jZvO, i}i a desert 2ylcicc — Gr. ev ipr}fx,oL<; tottois. 



S. MARK 11. 1—21. 367 



CHAPTER II. 



"Ver. 1. ]ASpo ' ^; after {some) days — Gr. St' -^[xepiZv — See note, S. John 
ii. 19. 

7 

• — .... rOO, Transl. And when they heard that He was in the house, (2) 

viany were gathered together, insomuch that it covXd not contain 

them, not even before the door. 
4. jl ' ^iJ.y the tiling — Noun masc. def. A covering, roof. — |Jj.\(^2. ^^ 

from the tiling, Gr. Sta tcov Kepd/xoiv, S. Luke v. 19. — R. \^, 

Aph. \^\ , Overshadowed, covered. 

. -V 7 7 

— mno • , they let doton (aff. pleon.) — x'^^'^^'- — Pi'et. 3. pi. of •*^'^ ^ «^^^-», 

Let down, descended. — Part. *0^», Acts x. 11; xi. 5. 
Transl. They ascended (^Gli^ pleon.) to the roof, and removed the 
tiling of the place where Jesas was, and let down ha. 
17 AjZ] JJ, Transl. I came not to call the righteous, hut the sinners. 

X 

— The words ets fxerdvoLav are wanting in the Sin. Yat. and Alex. 
MSS. — See also note, S. Matt, ix. 13. — They appear in S. Luke 
V. 32, and are thei'e rendered in the Sjr. by (/n'"~i .A\ 

19 |V?\, Transl. Can the children of the bride- chamber, while the 

bridegroom is tvith them,, fast? Nay. The last word represents 
the whole of the following clause oaov .... vrjo-rcvetv. 

. p 7 7 

20. (1dq_* 00X0, in that day — Gr. Iv €K€tmts rats ijixipai?. The Sin. Yat. 

and Alex. MSS. read iv iKUvrj ry W^pa,. — "j/vlOcLi ^QJOIO, 
S. Luke V. 35. 

21. »^]jsi, seioing, seweth — Gr. cTn/jpaTrTet — Part, of *^Q_»j *^jv». Sewed. 

Followed by ^\i, . 
Deriv. ^4j.>j, A seam; also, An abortion, 1 Cor. xv. 8. 

Chald. tO^n, Aph. JOMX, Repaired a, wall, Ezr. iv. 12. 
Transl. iVb man putteth a new inece, and seweth (it) on an old garment. 

— OlA I \V) , its filing ujy — to TrXvy'pw/xa avrov — "jAj-biiD, noun fem. def. 

—Form of part. Peil from JISd, Filled. 
Transl. Lest ((Jj) its new insertion shoidd take away from the old. 



8G8 S. MARK II. 21—27. III. 2-5. 

Ver. 21. ^DrTD, the rent — crx^o'fji.a — Def. of %C},£D, noun. masc. A rent, 
fissure, schism. — PI. del ^DrTD, Gr. aipe'o-ecs, Gal. v. 20. — E. 

^OfTD, Tore. ^ 
22 |J), Transl. Lest the wine burst the bottles, and the bottles perish, 

and the wine be spilled; but they put neio wine into new bottles. 

23 ^0010, Transl. And it came to pass (lit. it was) that as Jesus went 

on the sabbath day thro^lgh the corn-fields, His disciples walked and 

plucked the ears {of corn). 
24 «->V*^7 Transl. See what they do on the sabbath day — something 

that is not laivful. — Some would regard (jlId as for ]^^ \, why 

do they, (fee. 
25. .n l Amlj he had need — XP^'-"-^ ^^X^ — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing, of . n ) O"), 

I^eeded. —Y.thi^e. the same. Fut. wruZ^^TOJ, 2. pi. ^OQJ^Z, 

1 Thess. iv. 12.— 1. pi. cli. i. 8. 

26 |i>^_io, Transl. And did eat the shewbread of the Lord. 

27. 'L^'f^L], loas made — Gr. iyevero — Ethpeel pret. 3. sing. fem. of j;^, 
Created. — Ethpe. .-i^iZiZ] (S. Luke xi. 50; 1 Cor. xi. 9, &c.), Was 
created. — Pret. 3. jjl. Q_.;.r:D2.], Col. i. 16j Rev. iv. 11. — 1. pi. 
^^ZV, Eph. ii. 10. 



CHAPTER III. 

2 J ) , Transl. That, if He shoxdd heal him on the Sabbath day, they 

might accuse Him. 
5. ]^uiQ-K»-0, toith anger — jx€t dpy^s — Noun fem. Wrath, indignation; 

7 

also, Poison, Rom. iii. 13. — R. JsQIDjo is<l>j, Was hot. Compare 
l2l£), Spoil, from IV^ V^. 

Heb. ri/bn> Anger, Gen. xxvii. 44: — Poison, Deut. xxxii. 
24, 33; Ps. Iviii. fi- cxl. 4.— Chald. X^H, J^^rt, Fnry, Dan. iii. 
13, 19, 



S. MARK I IT. 5-17. 3G9 

Ver. 5. N.B. The words vyirjs ws ij uWrj are here wanting in the Sin. 
Vat. and Alex. MSS.— In S. Matt. xii. 13; S. Luke vi. 10, they 
are rendered Oll^ilj^ <^u \ . 

0> 7 7 

9 ^•^; o ^\ Transl. That they should bring to Him a sldj). 

— fc-iOla-lO^OjoJ, they sliould throng Him — ^Xi/Swo-iv avrov — Fut. 3. pi. 

~ _ ■-* 7 -XT. 

with afF. of ^£i.K», Pressed, oppressed, crowded. — Fut. ^n '^ ^ . i 

Part. ,*~^ ^ty S. Luke viii. 42; xvi. 16. — PI, masc. _i^I2i>j, 

S. Mark y. 24, 31; S. Luke viii. 45. 

10 I' U ' Transl. For He healed many; insomuch that they pressed 

upon Him (lit. fell upon, Gr. cttittiVtciv) for to touch Him. 

»!•. H.. 7 ^ .07 

11. (Z.Q_kkIsD, j^Za^/wes — fidcTTLyas — PI. def. of |aj.>iiD, noun fern. A scourge, 
stroke, wotmd. — Def. ]Zq-k>>Sd, Rev. xi. 6, &c. : — with aff. S. Mark 

V. 29, 34.— PI. ^jIsL, def. with aff S. Luke x. 34.— R. U^-Ld, 
Stj'uck. 
Transl. And those ivho had plagues of unclean S2nrits, when they saw 
Him, &c. 
IG. (V) 9 . %^-n m Lit. He named the name — surnamed—Qv. iTrWrjKc ovo/xa 

17 7 7 7. 

— - > ^ » or 011Q-» , verb Pael, denom. from ^>Q.» , A name. — Pret. 

3. pi. n .C^L Acts xiv. 11 Fut. ]^ ^ \ with aff S. Luke i. 62. 

Ethpaal ._».LdA.»| and OILdA^ (, Was named, Acts i. 23; Hebr. 

V. 10 Fut. 3. sing. fern. GlU^'L^r, Eph. v. 3 Inf. abs. 

•X P 7 1\ 7 7 V. 

0(T\!!-dLm1d, same verse Part. OlioZLaiiD, Eph. i. 21: — Fern. 

lc7lk)ZL^, 1 Cor. V. 1; Eph. iii. 15. 

17 \C)Q_QlL-i__^0, Transl. And to James the son of Zehedee. . . . to them 

He gave {placed) the 7iame, &c. 

■^ , ..7 

— » i ■ It? 4. »' ,1 *^, the sons of thunder — Gr. Boavcpye's — The Vienna, Ed. 

Reg. and Trostius, here read - « » .. ^ • »' ^ *^; othei's «-*-ii' • •' ^ "^ 
— k.a_ii5, noun masc. Thunder, tumult. — R. <_a.^o, Raged, was 
tumultuous. 

Compare Heb. ^J*!, Combined in croiods, Ps. ii. 1 : — whence 
i^^J^ and riEJ^JI, -4 crowd, nmltitude, Ps. Iv. 15; Ixiv. 3. 

V V T : • 

w. c. 47 



370 S. MARK III. 21—31. IV. 1—11. 

Ver. 21. -<"> <^ 1 C7IJ001 ■ V>; Lit. He Jms departed from Hie reason — He 
is beside Himsplf — ^Gr. i^ecnrj — ^OT, def. JJOCTI (Rev. xiiL 18; 
xvii. 9), noun masc. Mind, intellect, reason. Whence tlie Pael 

■» 7 

verb ^OT, Was possessed of sound reason, sober, vigilant. — Part. 

I 7 

pl. . inmV> Gr. vijcftioixev, 1 Thess. v. 6. 

Compare Heb. V]^, Power, strength, Ps. Ixxviii. 51; cv. 36; 
Gen. xlix. 3. 
22. cn^ Aj(, is in Him — Gr. e^et. 

X 

2G. fc_»ai GlZ;.jo |j|, but it is his end — Gr. dWa xeAos ex^'- 

28 ^0X_ikIi5, Transl. That all the sins, and blasphemies whereioith the 

sons of men shall blasphem,e, shall be forgiven tinto them. 
31 o5,_»0, Transl. And sent, that they might call Him to them. 



CHAPTER IV. 

T. 1< 7 -K .7 

I. «IdAj fcCLCDJj »7»-«|j so that He entered (ascended) a^id sat — Gr. wcttc 

avTov i[jL(3dvTa. . . . KaOrjcrOai — See Cowper's Gr. § 211 (5. a). 
— JOCJI iolo, toas standing — Gr. ^v. 

5. « \*^ ^ it sprung up — c^avcVeiXe (ooQ_», S. Matt. xiii. 5) — Yerb pret. 

3. sing, occurring here only in the N.T. 

6. I^*-'^ it was scorched — iKavfjcaTtaOy] (iO-Kj, S. Matt. xiii. 6, where see 

note) — ^Verb pret. 3. sing. Was dried up, faded, witJiered away 

Part. IklL, S. James i. 11; IS. Pet. i. 24; v. 4:— Fem. ]'.V>L, 
1 S. Pet. i. 4. 

8 *Q-_LcDO, Transl. And sprang up, and increased, and yielded fruit, 

some thirty, &c. 
10. rn/.rr> vi/ ^>Q^, loith His twelve — Gr. avv rots SwScKa — So S. John 

vi. 67, and elsewhere in S. Mark and S. Luke. 

II. |OCJI, Lit. beiTig, being done — Gr. yiVcrai — So (^OOI, fem. ver. 19, 

below. 



S, MARK IV. 12—29. 371 

Ver. 12. .... ,^5, Transl. That token they see, they may see and not see; 

and that ivhen they hear, they may hear and not understand. 
14 p.o5l, Transl. The sower that sowed, sowed the Word. (15) And 

those that (are) by the way, are those in whom the Word loas sown, 

and when they have heard .... in their heart. 
N.B. Here, as in ver. 16, 18, 20, the Syr. translator disregards the 

expression Ka\ ovroi eiatv, peculiar to S. Mark, and follows the 

simpler form of S. Matt, and S. Luke. 
19. I i\ ' iQ) ^^^ lusts — at cTTi^v/Atat — PI. fern. def. of ^t.jt-i>, properly 

part. Peil of ^»-4i' ^i 5 , Desired, lusted after, but used as a noun, 

A thing desired, a lust, desire. — Fern. def. 1^ ti * tP 
Transl. And the rest of the other lusts. 
— |>l23 (J J, of no fruit, unfruifftd — Gr. uKapTros. 

21, (Zf, coming, cometh, is brought — Gr. tp^rai. 

27. k^'H? shotdd grow iqj — ixrjKvvrjTai. — Fut. 3. sing, of m3|, Became long, 

prolonged Fut. 3. pi. ^a^5]j, Eph. vi. 3. 

Deriv. P50J, noun masc. Length, Eph. iii, 18; Eev. xxi, 16. 

Heb. *?T'^^^, TT'as lojig, of time, Gen. xx\'i. 8. — Deriv, *i[1i^, 
Ps. xxi. 5; xxiii. 6. — Cbald. deriv. HJD^li^j Conthiuance, Dan. 
iv. 24. 

28. ....p.5|, Transl. For the earth bringeth forth fruit. The force of 

avTOfxaTrj is lost — and yet the word, from its position in the 
sentence, could hardly have been absent. 

29. ^-lOj, Aas ripened, become ripe — Gr. TrapaSw, sc. iavrov, yields itself to 

the gatherei- — Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. Was fat, rnature. Occurs 
here only in the N.T. 
Deriv. ]l iV)», adj. i^rt^.— PI. fern. def. ]A . 1 '>Xo « or X^\ 1 'i'^n>, 
Rev. xviii, 14. 

^i1dq_», noun masc. def. Fatness. — With aff. pleon. Rom. 
xi. 17. 

Heb. p^, Was fat, Deut. xxxii. 15.— Deriv. p^, Fat, Isa. 
xxx. 23; Deut. xlix. 20. 



372 S. MARK IV. 29—39. 

t 

Ver. 29. ]1 ii ^) the sickle — to Sptiravov — Noun fern, occurring here only 
in the Gospels. 

Heb. SilD, A sickle, Jer. 1. 16; Joel iv. 13.— R ^y^, Ai-ab. 

T - 

Cut, bored through. — So the Gr. word, from Spenw, to cut, x>luck off. 
Transl. Immediately cometh the sickle. 
32. _1L»Z. ... 5, for ,_»J_CL»2., {are able) to lodge — Gr. Karaa-Krjvovv — Fut. 

3. sing. fem. of _n», Dwelt, lodged. Occurs here only in the N.T. 
Deriv. ]i n • V) noun masc. clef A dtoelling-place, tabernacle. Acts 

vii. 44, 45; Hebr. viii. 2, &c.— PI. clef ]in«V), Heb. xi. 9. 
Heb. I^^, Dwelt, Gen. ix. 27, &c.; Ps. xxxvii. 3, 29.— Der. 

\2l^f2, Dwelling-place, Ps. xlvi. 5; Ixxxiv. 2 Chald. p25^', 

Dan. iv. 18.— Pa. n^, Made to dwell, Ezr. vi. 12.— Der. p^j!:, 

Ezr. vii. 15. 
33 ]1 AV)o ^ Transl. In parables, such as these, used Jesus to speak 

with them, — parables, such as they were able to hear. 
35. \ ; '^ M ^ let us pass over — SteX^w/xev — Pronoun dat. pleonastic. — See 

Cowper's Gr. § 198 (6). 
36 I^ V c^rri Ci Transl. And other ships were with them. 

37. |1LXl, a storm — XatXat/^ — Noun fem. def A temjjest, tvhirlwind. — 

PI. def lliXL. 

Compare Heb. 7il7il, A whirlwind, Ps. Ixxvii. 19. — R. 77^1 

(cogn. 77V), Rolled. 
Transl. And there arose (lit. was) a great storm and wind. 

— .... |^1j;_O0, Transl. And it -was near to be filled. 

38. )_i,XQ^, the pillow — to Trpoo-Kcc^aXaiov — Noun fem. def occurring here 

only in the N.T. — Compare '\j£>\, S. John xx. 12. 

— .... oi-lo, Transl. And they came, and aroused Him, and said unto 

Him, &c, 

39. Aj") i-»-^, Lit. be thou silenced — be still — 7rc</)i)u,a)cro — Part. Peil of 

^^•1, Restrained, silenced. Occurs here only in the N.T. — Cogn. 

y y 

;-oL.£D, ;nCX), see note, ch. i. 25, above. 



S. MARK IV. 39—41. V. 1—4. 373 

Ver. 39. ^kjQJ, « calm — yaXijvr] — Def. of *>v»QJ, noun masc. Tranquillity, 
quiet. — Occurs here only iii the N.T. — R. ,.k>QJ «-kkJ, Rested, was 
still. 

Heb. nil Rest, Esth. ix. 16, 17, 18. 

41 Q_A>j50, Transl. And they feared [with) a great fear ; and said 

one to another. What marmer of man is this, whom the ivinds and 
the sea obey? 



CHAPTER V. 

1. I— 10, and He came — Gr. kol rjXOov — The God. Eplirem. and Reg. read 
rj\6(.v. 

V 

2 ^i_,fc_2), Transl. There met Him out of the tombs. The word evOioi's 

is wanting in the Vat. MS. 

3. jZ\Jl ■ I « *^, with chains — aXva-eaiv — PL def. of |l » » « or (I » ^, 

noun fern. A chain. — Def. ]^\a i .» or ]A^.«..», Acts xxviii. 
20; Rev. xx. 1. — PI. \ » » » or _!i.*_», Acts xii. 6; xxi. 33. 

Heb. n*l£J^'n^5 pi' Chains, chain-tvork, Exod. xxviii. 14; 
xxxix. 15; 1 Kings vii. 17. — R. 'T^tJ^ (Pi. redupl.), Twined, 

— T 

twisted. — In the Syr. word, *1 is softened into A, and the middle 
rad. dropped; — compare |A_^a_i(k..*i, Golgotha, and ]i .i » ., jjl. 

def. |I^iL.a.^i, Wheels, S. James iii. 6, from \^«, 7.1 Rolled. 

Also jJ^tj f^\^' "^ cyvibal, 1 Cor, xiii. 1, from v^ t > //5f> 
Resounded. 
Transl. And with chains no mail could bind him. 

4. 5 t-j/dbl ^O, Lit. all (times) when — i.e. as often as, wlienever. 

— (^^omo, with fetters — Gr. TrcSats — PI. def. of iLn^OTD, noun masc. 
A chain, fetter. — R. IsCl^CD (cogn. Hob. QHD tiiK^l DHCJ')* Bound, 

~ T - T 

obstructed. — Occurs here only in the N.T. 



374 S. MARK V. 4— 12.' 

Ver. 4. (001 ^TDJALd, he had been hound — Gr. 8eSia6ai — Etbjieel part, 
(forming imperf. or pluperf. tense) of ^£d] , Bound. — Ethpe. ^li)"jZ1, 
Was bound. Fut. ^mlAj, 1. sing. j^lZ."!, Acts xxi. 13. 

— JOCTI -r^rn c^^n he broJce in 2neces — Gr. (rvvT€TpL<f>6aL (Siapp-^a-a-wv, S. 

~ ... . . ^ 

Luke viii. 29) — Pael part, forming imperf. tense of .orr>g^ Cut 

off — Pa. .o mc^ Tore asunder. 

— 01.*.Oi:i:Q_i, to tame him — avTov Sa/Aacrat — Inf. with aff. of - « *^'^, 

Subdued, subjected Fut. ._»a£:iIU, witli aff. pleon. S. James 

iii. 8.__Part. - » *~^'~^, 1 Cor. ix. 27. — PI. masc. . » *-^n^ coa- 

7 

lescing with _.J_k», 2 Cor. x. 4. 

Heb. ^13, Subdued, Gen. i. 28. 

~ T 

Transl. Because as often as he had been bound with fetters and chains, 

Ice had broken the chains, and torn asunder the fetters, and no 

Tiian was able to tame him. 
5. -g^N "C^' '^"^^^^^^5' — Grr. KaraKOTTTwv — Pael part, of i^aAt , Pa. «^lA« , 

Struck, bruised, wounded. — Pret. 3. pi. with aff ch. xii. 4; S. 

Luke XX. 12; Gr. £K€<^aA.aia)a-av, Tpav/jLaTLo-avres- 
Transl. He ivas in the tombs and in the mountains (so the Sin. Vat. 

and Alex. MSS.), and kept crying and dashing himself against the 

rocks. 

» 7 _ 7 7 

7. (Vn -jVi the Most High- — Gr. rov vxI/lcttov — Def of JsQj^iO (Hebr, vii. 

^ 1> 7 

26), Pael part. pass, of iOOJ 1>05, Pa. i>Cu5, Raised, exalted. 
Used as a noun, TJie exalted One. 

Pa. redupl. (Palpel) ^^ioj, the same; — with aff Phil. ii. 9 Fut. 

iO^jJ, with aff. S. James iv. 10 Ethpalpal iO^SDJZf, Was 

7 I . " 

exalted, magnifed. — Part. i>O^LD5Z.\SD, Acts xix. 17. 

Heb. Pi. 0^*11, Lifted up, Ps. xviii. 49. — Chald. Pa. part. 
Dan. iv. 34.— Ithpa. D/bPriH, pret. 2. sing. ch. v. 23. 

7 V /' ' ' 

9. V> « ) our name — Gr. ovofxa [x.oi. 

1 1. I'Q^ Zq-^, nigh unto the mountain — Gr. Trpo? ra oprj — The Sin. Vat. 

and Alex. MSS. read irpos tw opei. 

12. I'h* ^QJCn, those devils — Gr. vrai'Tes oi haip-ovfi. 



S. MARK V. 13—19. 375 

Ver. 13. .OGTLA «£Q^(0, aiul He gave them leave — koX cTrerpci/'ej/ avrols. — 
The Sin. and Yat. MSS, omit ev^ccjs o 'Itjo-ous. 

— o\v n and they entered — Gr. elcrrjXdov — So the Vienna Ed. and some 

... 7 

others: the Par. and Lond. Polygl. read , t NSO, fern. 

— .... A^OIJO, Transl. A7id that herd ran to the precipice, and fell into 

the sea. — Compare S. Matt. viii. 32, and see note there. 
N.B. Schaaf adds here . g^ n\ ^-*'^ 5^"*'' ^^^^^ ^^^^ thousand, but 
the clause is wanting in the Vienna Ed. and others. 

— nn 1 >■'/]; they (so. |'^V»o, masc.) were choked — cTrvtyovro (direTrvtyi], 

7 

S. Luke viii. 33) — Ethpaal pret. 3. pi. of ._Q_1_kj, Suffocated. — 
Ethpa. ,-QJ_*jZ], Was choJced.—Vsivi. vnj_KjAk), pi. ^ i 01 K»Ak), 

7 

S. Luke viii. 14; — coalescing with ^>-», 2 Cor. iv. 8. 

14 ^QJOIO, Transl. And tliey that were feeding them fled. So the Sin. 

Vat. Codex Bezse, Ephremi, and others. 

7 7 

15. .g^^i V) restored to reason, in his right mind — Gr. a-wtjipovovvTa. So 
S. Luke viii. 35 — Pael part. pass, of ^^inj (Hebr. xi. IG. Gr. 
iiraLo-xvvcTaL), Was modest, ashamed, in a good sense; quiet in be- 

T 7 

haviour Pael «^QJ, Made hashfid, modest, taught to he modest. 

Part. fc^l^IlD, pi. fem, ^e^niVn^ Tit. ii. 4 Ethpaal ^SiruZ], 

Was sober. Imperat. pi. o <y>m/ j 1 S. Pet. iv. 7. 

•h 
Deriv. -g^'~'^ (1 Tim. iii. 2; Tit. i. 8), adj. Chaste, temperate — Fem. 

limj, 1 Tim. ii. 9; Tit. ii. 8.— PI. masc. ^_»Jliij, Tit. ii. 2, 6.— 

PI. fem. ^-Sliij, Phil. iv. 8; 1 Tim. iii. 11; Tit. ii. 5. 

(g^no ij noun masc. def. Modesty, shame, 1 Cor. xii. 23. 

|/o g^'-M^ noun fem. def. Soberness, chastity, Rom. xii. 3, &c. 
Transl. And they came to Jesus, and saio him, whose were the devils, 
clothed, and in his right mind, and sitting, — he who had the 
legion, — and they were afraid. 

19. - » > » ^\ Z.Q_ik, to thy friends, lit. to thy men — Gr. irpos tows aovs. 

. 7 7 7 . . « 

— : 11'^^ I>Ql.k»5Z.|jo, and tlmt He hath had compassion on thee — Gr. koX 
yXerjae ae. 



S7G S. MARK V. 21—29. 

Ver. 21. If^iik OCJl-ii, unto the other side — cis to -rripav — So also, ch. 
viii. 13; S. Luke viii, 22. The more usual rendering is "jj,dLX. 

— »-»CJIoZl»| fO, when lie toas — Gr. kol ^v. 

2.3 »-»L^, Transl. 3fi/ daughter is grievously afflicted. 

24. jocn . n 1 n?, Lit. clave to — followed — Gr. rJKoXovOei — See note, S. 

Matt. ix. 27, and compare ch. vi. 1, below. 

25. jA .^•V)0^ in an issue — iv pvaei — Noun fern. def. A going, issuing^ 

forth; whence, A journei/, voyage, Acts xxvii. 10. — II. ]j5, Flowed, 
ivent forth, journeyed. 

2G. A-i-ClCD, suffered, had suffered — Gr. TraOovara — Pret. 3. fern, of \\*^rn 

(Hebr. v. 8), Bore, sustaiiied, endured. Fut. ^QjUCDJ, 2. pi. 

^\r^(rsf^ 1 S. Pet. iii, 17 Part. Wnrn, 1 Cor. xiii. 7; 2 Tim, 

ii. 9 Aj)h. ^\lilCO (^ Imposed, brought evil upon, Acts ix. 1 3, 

where the Vienna Ed. and others read ^QCD | . 

Heb. 7iiDj Carried, bore, Gen. xlix. 15; Isa. xlvL 4, 7; liii. 

4, 11. — Chakl. 7^D, Set xif, raised, Poal part. pi. Ezr. vi. 3. 

..7 7 ..1> 

— U>^l\, was bettered — Gr. wcfieX-qOela-a — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing. fern, of 

,7 ^7 7 . »•>! 

3_,A, Helped. — Ethpa. J^L\, Was helped, profited. — Pret. 3. pi. 

OJA-^'f, Hebr. xiii. 9 Part. J^A^, S. Mark viii. 36; S. Luke 

ix. 25. 

— Z^_^Z] Aj(;_»Aj, was the more afflicted — Gr. €is to xelpov iXOovaa — 

Ethpeel pret. 3. sing. fern, of v-^, Co7isfrained, afflicted. — Ethpe. 
^_±\Z|, Was afflicted. — Pret. 1. sing. / > x\ / ] ^ Acts xxviii. 19. — 

1. pi. V5^^f' 2 Cor. i. 8; vii. 5 Part. ^Ak?, pi. ^ Ll^AkD, 

7 

5. Luke vi. 18; — coalescing with _1-k», 2 Cor. i. 6; iv. 8; — with 
^Aj], 2 Thess. i. 7. 

27. ]\'~^ *-*- *^; *'* the press — eV t<3 o^Xw — Noun masc. def. A ])ressu7'e, nar- 
rowness. — R. .O-kj, Pressed. — Occurs here only in the N.T. • 

29. A.*_<i5|, she felt — Gr. eyvu) — Aphel pret. 3. sing. fern, of ...«_.t7, 
Raged, was tumidtuous, but in this signification only Acts iv. 25 

7 ^ 

(pret. 3. pi. Q_jL^.5), in a quotation from Ps. ii. 1, the only place 



S. MARK V. 29—38. 377 

Ver. 29. in which the Heb. ^J*) occurs. — Its usual meaning is, Felt, 2^er- 
ceived by the understanding or senses ; also, Consented, became a 

party to Fut. w.a_^.;J Part. Peil ._tt.a.^i>, fern. ( « > ..^^ Acts 

V. 2. — PI. masc. ,^ i « i . ■? , Hebr. xiii. 2. 

Aph. wJk.^i>|, Perceived, observed. — Pret. 3. pi. o ^ .;] Acts 

xiii. 27 Part, ^.•.^•^lo, pi. masc. coalescing with i » --^ 1 S. 

John ii. 3. 
Deriv. M»-*i', noun masc. def. Sense, feeling.— T\. with aff Hebr. 
V. U. 

Heb. ^y^. Combined together, as a crowd. — Chald. Aph. 
C^il'nn> Assembled tumidtuously, Dan, vi. 7, 12, 16. 
Transl. And sliefelt in Iter body that she was healed from lier j)lague. 

30 VJO ■ I , Transl. But Jesus immediately hnev) .... and turned to 

the crowd, and said, tfcc. 

32 Q_i1d, Transl. Who it loas that had done this. 

33. \l^.i^'i , fearing — (jio/SyjOetcra — Fern, of ^^j.jvjJ or ^^j^j^j, part. Peil of 
^^,>j>, Feared. — Used for the most part as an adj. Timid, tei-ri- 
fied; also. Terrible, to be dreaded, Hebr. xii. 21. — Def. ]l_».>si5, 
Hebr. x. 27. — PI. masc. „.i.^.i.j^;, S. Mark x. 32; S. Luke viii. 

25; Actsxxvii. 29 Def. jH^?, Rev. xi.l3.— PI. fern. ^^^>, 

S. Mark xvi. 8. 

Chald. ^'^Tr\_, Terrible, Dan. ii. 31; vii. 7. 

— JAjZj (JAjZj, S. Luke viii. 47, according to some Editions) trembling 

— rpefiovcra — Part. Peil fern, of ZZ5 Zj, Was terrified. — Fut. Z^J. 

— Part. Zl5, Acts xvi. 29 Part. Peil ZuZj, Acts vii. 32; Hebr. 

xii. 21. — Used, like the foregoing, as an adj. 
35. Ajj \\V)SV), trouhlest thou — o-KvXXets — Aphel part, forming pres, 

tense nf vvVtv Toiled wearily. — Aph. v^V>v ]^ Fatigued, wearied. 

__Fut. \Vr>%1, 2. sing. \<n\t, S. Luke viii, 49. 

36 _»5 V50 m I, Transl. But Jesus heard the word which they spoke, 

and said, &c. 

X X ^ 7 

38. ^j.r:i_iCnJ5, that they (were) disturbed — Gr. Oopvf^ov, the tumult 



378 S. MARK V, 38—43. VI. 1— G. 

Ver. 38. Part. Peil pi. of »^ai5, Raged, was distracted. ^^Vaiti. Peil 
.«^ .m^ fem. |o_»(T55, coalescing with «-»Aj|, S. Luke x. 41. 

Heb. ^n*1> ^as furious, hehaved proudly, fiercely, Tsa. iii. 5. — 

— T 

Hiph. Endued with strength, courage, Ps. cxxxviii. 3. 

— - ^^ >^; wailing — oAaXa^ovras — Apliel part. pi. of \5^ ^j or xL-i 

(not used) cogn. |j|, Lamented. Aph. \ii-»], the same Im- 

perat. pi. CI^Xj], S. James v. 1 — Part. X^jJk?. 
Heb. Hiph. 7^7\1) Howled, Isa. xiiL 6, &c. 
Transl. And they came to the house of the ruler of the synagogue ; and 
He saw that they were disturbed, and loeeping, and wailing. 
42 ^r^) Transl. lit. The daughter of twelve years. 

— IplOOJ (or "j^I^JOj, Rev. xvii. 6), astonishment— G^r. iKo-Tao-ei — Noun 

masc. clef. — R. ^iDj, Ethpa. TT'^as astonished. 

43 r^|0> Transl. And He commanded that they should give her 

(something) to eat. 

CHAPTER VI. 

1. mA 1 ' i^V ^ to His city — Gr. cts rrjv TrarptSa avrov. Compare ver, 4, 
below. 

— 0001 » o > «^>^ followed — Gr. aKoXovOova-Lv — See note, ch. v. 24, 

above. 
3. joi ]], nonuef See note, S. Matt. v. 46. 

6 Zo;_».rD-KKO, because of the deficiency of their faith — Gr. Sid ttjv 

•X X 7 

dincrriav airwv — Constr. of 0;-*_CQ_k», noun fem. Defect, %oant, 
j)overty.—D(it llOr-»-^^, 2 Cor. ix, 12, &c.— With aff. S. Mark 

7 

xii. 44; S. Luke xxi. 4. — R. ^JCQj^, Was wanting; — whence also 
]j;,rDajj, noun masc. clef. Damage, loss, Acts xxvii. 10, 21; Phil, 
iii. 7, 8. 

Compare Heb. *lDH, Want, poverty, Pi'ov. xxviii. 22. — 
Consti-. i^'^lDn? Want of understanding, ch. x. 21. 



S. MARK VI. 7—10. 379 

Ver; 7 *£iOT_»0, Transl. And gave them poiocr over the unclean 

spirits, to cast [them) out. 
9. ^j]lDJ, (that) they should ^J?t< on, he shod with — Gr. uTroSeSc/u-eVovs — 

Fut. -3. pi. of .jlD, Put on, hound on shoes or sandals Fut. <lcDJ. 

Imperat. Joj, Acts xii. 8. — PL oS^SD, Epli. vi. 15. 

Heb. |XD) part. |XD> Oyie who is equipped for warfare, Isa. 

ix. 4. 
— (•; \ /^ sandals — cravSaXta — Noun only used in pi. def. — with aff. Acts 

xii. 8. — Lat. talaria. 
11. ^Aj^Aj09, Lit. that which is on the underside — Gr. tov viroKaTw — 

|-jA>aZ., noun masc. def. The lower part. — PI. fern. def. [AjAj^Z., 

2 S. Pet. ii. 4 : — with aff. pleon. i^j]? (JlA_.AjoZ, the loioer j^f^'i'ts 

of the earth, Eph. iv. 9. 

Heb. ^nhPij only in pi. Gen. vi. 6; Ps. IxxxvL 13. 

y y 

14. .... v^Vi »r)^ Transl. And Herod the King heard of Jesus; for Ilis 

name had heen made known to him. 

15. .... 001 [.i-OJ;, Transl. That lie is a Prophet, as one of the Prophets. 

— So many other Versions, as also the Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS., 
in which tj, or, is wanting. 

17 cn-»iiD5(o, Transl. And had thrown (Gr. tZ-q^riv) him into prison 

because of Ilerodias, the wife of his brother Philip, ivhoni he had 
taken {married). 
19. ZoOT (V) . Kv \ had a qimrrel against— Gr. ivetx^v — Part. Peil (form- 
ing imperf. tense) of I>Qj^_l, Was hostile to, threatened. 

Ethpa. i>Q_»^>^Z'j, the same. — Pret. 3. pi. nVr)..>.\^1 Acts iv. 

21 Put. Ull^L^, 1. pi. ver. 17 Part. ^<lZS.l^, 1 S. Pet. 

ii. 23. 
Deriv. (Vr>»-.n\^ noun masc. def. Threatening, Acts ix, 1. — PI. with 
aff. ch. iv. 29. 

Heb. DH/j devoured, consumed; whence, Warred against, 

~ T 

destroyed, Ps. xxxv. 1; Ivi. 2, 3; — but with tliis meaning chiefly 
in Niph. 



380 S. MARK VI. 20—30. 

Vcr. 20. 10(71 ;_4a1d, ohserved — avver-qpei — Pael part, (forming imperf. 
tense) of -r^, Kept. — Pa. i^, the same — Fut. i^l-i, Pliil. iv. 7; 
1 Thess. V. 23.-3. pi. ^i^lj, with aff. S. Luke iv. 10. 

. C T 7 

— Ajfklj-CaxD, gladly — T^'Se'ws — So also ch. xii. 37. — Adv. Sweetly, loil- 
Ihigly. — Der. fr. J>aj.aiO, Siveet. R. iaQjCOS, Was sweet. 
Transl. And he ohserved him, and heard many things of him, and did 
(them), and heard him gladly. 

. p 7 

21 JOOIO, Ti-ansl. And it was a special (Gr. cvKaipov, see note, S. Matt. 

xxvii. 16) day, when Herod on his birthday, &.c (22) And the 

daughter of Herodias cardie in ... . and the King said, &c. 

24. . .mo » \ j y] P-LD, what shall I ask of him? — Gi\ ti alTTJaofxai; 

25. (/n\ . ^*^*^^ with eagerness, haste — fx-era (tttouS^s — Def. of n \ . [\o^ 

noun fern. Solicitude, care. — Der. fr. ^ i, 5>^, see note, S. John 
X. 13. 

26. (njl_i^t_3>, to reject her — amrjv adtrrja-aL — Fut. 3. sing, with afF. of 

]._^^i, Injured, defrauded, deprived. Fut. ^oN, ■■ 1, 1. sing. 

ia\ J"! 1 Cor. i. 19.— 2. pi. vPV^-vjf. ch. vii. 5 Part. ^211 pi. 

masc. __i].A-t, 1 Cor. vi. 8 Part. Peil ] ' \ .i ^ pi. masc. -.->! » ''ii> 

destitute of the truth, Gr. aTreo-rep'^/xeVwv, 1 Tim. vi. 5. 

Etbpaal ^l^.Z.], Sustained loss. — Part. pi. ^lA^.Z\lD, 1 Cor. 

7. 

Cogn. (by transposition) Heb. 7TJ1, Pinched off or aioay, 2 
Sam. xxiii. 21: — Took violent possession of. Gen. xxi. 25; xxxi, 
31: — Despoiled, Ps. xxxv. 10. 

27. I: Q^^'^ g^mj J an executioner — o-rreKovXaTwpa — Noun masc. def. — Lat. 

spiculator or specidator, whence the Gr. and Syr. words. 
Transl. But immediately .... and commanded that he shoxdd bring the 
head of John; and he went and cut of the head of John in the 
])i'ison, (28.) And brought in a charger, and gave to tlie damsel, (tc, 

311 Ofiblo, Transl. And they told Ilim all that they had done, and all 

that t/icy had taught. 



VI. /. 



S. MARK VI. 31—47. 381 

Ver. 31 oZ, Transl. Come ye, let us depart into the desert alone by 

ourselves. 

— A . V n^ and they had no place, i.e. opportunity, leisure — Gr. koX 

ov8i .... rjVKaipovv. 

7 7 

33 0]-KiO, Transl. And many saio them as they went (or, going) and 

recognized them ; and by land ran out of all the cities, and preceded 
Him thither. — See note, S. Matt. xiv. 13. 

7 

35 r^O, Transl. And when the time wastmich, i.e. late, Gr. wpas ttoA- 

A^s yevofxivri's — Compare the Lat. multd node. 

,.7c 7 

36. __i3r.K»), that are around us — Gr. kvkXw- — See note, S. Matt. iii. 5. 

37. - mv\ to eat — (^ayctv — Part. pi. used for the infinitive. 

38 aXl , Transl. Go (and) see how many loaves ye have here. And 

when they saw, they say unto Him, Five loaves and tioo fishes. 

•X 7 

39. ^QJliSllCDJj, that they should cause to sit down — Gr. ovaKXivat — Aphel 
fut. 3. pi. of w»LQ£D, Reclined. — Aph. *^klCD|, Made to recline. — 

Pret. 3. pi. n^V>pn1^ S. Luke ix. 15 Fut. j^LdTQJ, oh. xi. 37 

Imperat. pi. n^Vornj^ ch. ix. 14. 

— > *~>^nm j.'^ViCD, by companies — av[XTr6cna crv/xTrocrta — in ranks, 

Trpaa-LOL Trpacrtat, ver. 40 PI. used distribu lively. See note, S. 

John ii. 8. — So the numerals in ver. 40. 

7 7 

41 >nm 10, Transl. And He took those five loaves and two fishes, and 

looked tip .... and those tioo fishes they divided (Gr. ifxepia-ev) to 
them all. 

.7 7 

43 Q. NO >0, Transl. And they took up the fragments, twelve baskets 

full, and of the fishes. 

»> 7 . 

44 ^TIjZL»(, Transl. And they that did eat of the loaves (bread) were 

X 

five thousand men. The Vat. and Alex. MSS. omit wo-et. 

* c 7 . 7 * _ 

47. PiQ-» Ai»^So, (in) the midst of the sea — iv fxecrw T17S 6a\d<ra-r]<i — Constr. 
of P'^^j noun fern. The middle. Def. ]Ai. J:D, see note, S. John 
viii. 3. — So S. Luke ii. 46; vi. 8. (pref. ^ after a verb of motion); 
xxii. 55; Acts vi. 13. 



382 S. MARK VI. 52—56. VII. 1—3. 

^er. 52 •■■*~V\ ^' '^^'^^^^- ^''^^ ^^*^2/ ''«<^^ ^o< understood — received 

knowledge from (_k>) that bread. 

^ 7 7 ^ 

— jocn ^j.r2iiiD, was hardened — rjv niTriopoifxivr] — Pael part. pass, (form- 
ing imperf. tense) of ^iL, Pa. ^jJIiI, Hardened, thickened. 
Heb. n^V) Was fat, thick, Deut. xxxii. 15; 1 Kings xii. 10. 

53. N.B, The words, /cat Trpoa-oip/jiLcrOrjcrav, and drew to the shore, are not 
rendered in tlie Syr. 

■K 7 

54 aiAi»A '^, Transl. Straightway the men of the 2^laee recognized 

Him. The Alex. MS. reads ol avSpes tov tottov Ikuvov. 
55 040150, Transl. And ran through that lohole region, and began 

to bring those loho were grievously afflicted, carrying- them in beds 

where they heard He toas. 
56 (jjan^, Transl. Info villages or cities — 17 dypovs is omitted in 

the Syr. 



CHAPTER VII. 

7 7 

1. .... O ■ 1 ^0, Transl. And there came together unto Him the Pharisees 

and the Scribes, &c. 

2. a^yi.Z|o, and they found, fault — Gr. ifiifixf/avTo — Ethpaal pret. 3. pi. 

of ^A, Complained, blamed, accused. — Fut. x^OriJ Part. ^A, 

1)1. ^-j__i,A, S. Jude ver. 16 Ethpa. v>,^Z.(, occurring here only 

in the N.T. 

3. Aj]L».4^> carefully (E.V. oft) — Gr. Trvyixrj — Adverb, Studiously, 

X p 

earnestly, diligently; — /Aera o-ttovSi^?, S. Luke i. 39; — o-TrouSaiws, 
ch. vii. 4; — eVijueXws, ch. xv. 8. — R. ^^14^:1, form of part. Peil. 
The Syr. word renders in a general way the Gr. irvypifi, which ex- 
presses the method of washing, viz. one hand with the other 
doubled or closed as a fist, — or, the hand up to the wrist.— The 
Vulg. reads crebro, as if the reading in the original were -rrvKvi}, 
(or rather -jrvKm, as in S. Luke v. 33. Syr. A->(J..>.Lo]) — a ren- 
dering which our Eng. Translators have followed. 



S. MARK VII. 3—25. 383 

Ver. 3. N.B. The LXX. render by TTvyfxyj tlie Heb. ^)1^H or tl'lJlX, 

the fist, Exod. xxi. 18; Isa. Iviii. 4. 

— . . . . > ^\^Ld, Transl. Because they hold, or retain. Gr. KparoiJvTe?. 

4. ].^irD_Dj, of pots — ^(.(TTiiiv — PI. def. (masc. form) of ] ^m n (TTpbr ix. 4. 

Gr. (TTci/Avos), A jar, urn, pot. — Lat. sextarius, a liquid measure 

equal to about 1| pint. 
7 > «=^\^ J.2 , Transl. Teaching the doctrines of the commandments 

of men. 

•X 7 7 

8 ^Ann • fD , Transl. For ye have forsaken the commandment of 

God, and hold the tradition of men, the washings of pots and of 
cups, and many things which are like these. — Schaaf, following the 

7 

Par. and Lond. Polygl. omits ^ID, which appears meaningless, but 
is the reading of the Vienna and most Editions. It might be 
rendered, For when ye have &c theii (o) ye hold, &c. 

♦. X • 7 

9. ^alDj.^Z.5, that ye may establish — Gv. Iva. rr^p-qa-ryr^. Aph. fut. 2. pi. 

D 1.7 

of JiOdiD J>ao ; Aph. ^_».r) I , Set up, established. 
11 fc-A-LIDJCLD, Compare the rendering of this passage in S. Matt. 

XV. 5. 
22. ]Znno\s, covetousness—Gv. TrAeovc^Yai — Def. of o '~^n \ \ noun fem. 

Calumny, fraud, avarice. R. >*^Vv^ Injured, defrauded. 

— |Z.Q-LKJt , lasciviousness — acrcXyeia — Def. of QJLm* , noun fem. Lust, 

immodesty. — R. -~kj», Was foid. 

Heb. n^n^, Stench, Joel ii. 20. 
1- — . — 

QJ)CJLCl», pride — vn-eprjcjiavLa — Noun fem. def. occurring only here 

in the N.T. — R. 3cnn >, quadrilit. Extolled, glorified. 

— \L(l.»-%^ , foolishness — dt^pocrvvq — Def. of r> . \\ m ^ noun fem. Folly ^ 

madness R. X^.», Was foolish, did foolishly. — Pret. 3. pi. O^j, 

Rom. i. 22 — Part. \^, def. U-^-*, 2 Cor. xii. 6.— PI. ,-.*4i; 
—coalescing with ^-Lk., 2 Cor. v. 13.— Def. V'L^, 1 Cor. iv. 10. 
— Aphel u.fc»4-»L Made foolish; — with afF. pleon. 1 Cor. i. 20. 
25. .... Ij^j^kSd, Transl. For immediately a certain looman heard of Him, 
irhose dnvghfrr, ttc. — The Sin. and Vat. ]\IS8. road cu^u's. 



384 S. MARK VII. 26—31. 

26 _j5 ._iCn (or __»> fcjOl, Schaaf), Transl. And the looman was a 

Gentile, from Phoenicia of Syria. 
29 r^|j Transl. Jesus saith unto her, Go; for this saying the devil is 

gone ont, &c. 
30 A\l |o, Transl. And she went to her Ji&use, and found her daughter 

laid on the bed, and her devil gone out from her. — In this general 

arrangement the Syr. agrees with the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 
31 «^oZ, Transl. Again Jesus departed . . . . and came to tlie sea of 

Galilee, to the coast of the ten cities, i. e. Decapolis, 

32. (^|s, having an impediment in his speech — Gr. /xoyiXaXov— Adj. 

Stammering or dumb. — E,. *Q-DS, Pa. .n Qg^^ Stammered, 
chattered. — Occurs here only in the N.T. 

33. C71JL«_\^, his tongue — Gr. t^? yXwcro-Tj? ai^ToS — . ■ \ (E-om. xiv. 11; 

1 Cor, xiii. 1; Phil. ii. 11), noun masc. The tongue, language, 
speech. — ■> \ _.«_\o, loith tongues, other tongues, Gr. eVcpais 
yXwWat?, or simply yXwWai5, Acts ii. 4; x. 46; xix. 6. — Def. 
li-^, 1 Cor. xiv. 2, 4, 5, &c.— PI. ,_lLiLS, Acts ii. 11.— Def. 
y-i m\, S. Mark xvi. 17; Acts ii. 3, &c. 

Heb. 'm^, Exod. xi. 7; .Ps. x. 7; Ixvi. 17; cxl. 12.— Chald. 
V^jh, pi. def. X*i3£S^7, Tongues, langiiages, Dan. iii. 4, 7, 31; 
V. 19; vi. 26; vii. 14. — Compare also the Gr. yXwo-cra (with 
added y) and the Welsh llais. 

34. «>ajZ.Z.(o, and sighed — Gr. la-reva^e — Ethpaal pret. 3. sing, of .^^jf, 

not used. Ethpa. os>.jZ.Z.( (for *>^o|Z.(), Groaned, sighed. — Fut. 
*>aJZAj, 2. pi. ^Q_kkjZZ (for ^Oj^kjZZZ), S. James v. 9 — Part. 

7 -« 7 -B 

y^* , ■^ I 7. . •^ 7 

**s»jZAliD, pi. masc. — ■>..kkJZZ\1q, coalescing with ^-J-kj, Rom. 
viii. 23; 2 Cor. v. 2, 4.— PI. fem. ^J>jlAkJ, Pvom. viii. 22. 
Deriv. ]-k»jZ, noun fem. A groan, sigh. — Def. JA-k»jZ. — PI. def. 
"jZu^JlZ, Rom. viii. 26; Hebr. xiii. 17: — with aff. Acts vii. 34. 

Heb. Niph. n^5<l Sighed, Exod. ii. 23.— Deriv. nnJ^<, ^ 
sigh, Ps. xxxi. 1 1 ; cii. 6. 



S. MARK VII. 3G, 37. VIII. 1—29. 385 

Ver. 3G. JCTll, He charged — SttorciXaTo — Pael pret. 3, sing, of jCTll, seo 

note, S. Matt. vii. 15, — Pa. Admonished, cautioned, S. Luke viii. 

7 7 

5(S; ix. 21 Part. 5c7I].Sd (forming imperf. tense) in this verse. — 

PL fern. .j'oiliiD, they make you cautious, admonish you, Gr. v^Zv 
hi ao-^aXes, Phil. iii. 1. 

Compare Heb. Hipli. *l\1Tn) Warned, admonished, 2 Kings 
vi. 10. 
37. . \ \V>Vn |j^o, and those that speak not — the dumb — Gr. koX tov5 

aXtiXovi. — JJ^O, compounded of O, and — _1 of the object — j, 
relative, — rand |J, not. 



CHAPTER VIII. 

1. 1j.D, He called. — The Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. omit o 'I>;(rov?. 

4 piSOjj , Transl. From whence can a man here in the wilderness 

satisfy (with) bread all these? 
7 ^ |0j Transl. And there loere a few fishes; and these also He 

blessed, and commanded that they shoidd set them (before them). 
21 r^|> Transl. He saith unto them, How is it that ye do 7iot as yet 

(ovTTO), Alex. MS.) undei'stand? 
23 r>^|0, Transl. And He took the hand of the blind man, and led 

him .... and put His hand (iqjon him) and asked him ivhat he 

saw. 
25. ZL»|i_*aiJ, clearly — TrjXavym — Adverb, occurring here only in the 

^ ,7 

N.T, — R. JOTJ, Was bright, shone. 
Transl. Again He placed His hand upon his eyes, and he was restored, 
and saw everything clearly. 

*. 7 

27 n 1 V), Transl. What say men of Me, that I am? Similarly, ver. 

29, below. 

29 OTpTiS, tlie Son of the living God. These words seem to have been 

inserted from the parallel passage, S. Matt. xvi. IG. — The Sin. 
MS. however, reads o vio? to? 0eov. 
W. C. 49 



386 S. MATTHEW VIII. 31—38. IX. 3. 

Ver. 31. ]lArn ^^ that He should be rejected — Gr. aTroSoKi/Aaor^^mt — Eth- 
peel fut. 3. sing, of (Icc, Cast aside, despised, repudiated. Fut. 

jlfn 1 Part. Peil (ITD, pi. masc. _»._LcD, Reprobate, Gr. aSo- 

KLfjioi, 2 Tim. iii. 8. 

Ethpe. . . \ Am1 (Hebr. xii. 17), Was rejected, became repro- 
bate.— Yret. 3. pi. O I ^Arof, Rom. iii. 12 Fut. 1. sing. ]\L££)X, 

1 Cor. ix. 27. 

From this conjugation is derived 
]/n 1 I \ Afr>Vr> ^ noun fern. def. Rejection. "With aff. Rom. xi. 15. 

Heb. H/Dj Rejected, despised, Ps. cxix. 118. 

T T 

— .... PiDQ_»_^0, Transl. And on the third day rise again. 

33. Aj] ]j5, thou savourest (Aj] ]i.5ZiD, S. Matt. xvi. 23) — xjipoveU — 
Part, (forming pres. tense) of ]j5, Meditated, considered, imaghved, 

cared for.— Fret. 3. pi. fem. ^'i, Acts iv. 25 Fut. jjjJ, 2. pi. 

^hL, Gr. ixeXerdTe, S. Mark xiii. 11 Part, fern? (-»_3?, 1 Cor. 

vii. 34. — PL masc. _».J5, Acts xxvii. 39; 1 Cor. vii. 35: — coa- 
lescing with ,Jlk», 2 Cor. v. 14; Eph. iii. 20. 

35 ,_.A2L^wiD, Transl. For My sake, and for the sake of My Gospel. — 

So cli. X. 29, below. 

38. |Aj..^jo, si) fid — Gr. d/xapTwXio — Fem. def. of vj..^v>j, — see note, 
S. John ix. 16. 



CHAPTER IX. 

3. ]o01 JGlV^, ^wts or became shining — Gr. iyivero om'A^ovTa — Aphel 

part, (forming iniperf. tense) of XJI], Shone. — Aph. 3011 (, Was 

resj)lendent. 

Heb. Hiph. ^\1Tn, Shone, Dan. xii. 3. 
— 5Q-K»iiD0, and whitened, white — Gr. XevKo. — Aphel part. pass, of 5Q-k», 

Was tohite. — Aph. 5Q-»j|, Made white. — Inf. o5q_k>1dA, Gr. 

XcvKuvai, in this verse.— The part, is here used as a noun adj. 



S. MATTHEW IX. 3— IG. 387 

Ver. 3 p.ilj|, Transl. So as the sons of men in the earth are not able 

to lohiten. 

5 r^lO) Transl. And Peter said unto Him. 

6 ; « . . |j, Transl. For he knew not what he should say; for they were 

in fear. 
7 M-OO, Transl. And there was (eyeVero, Sin. and Vat. MSS.) a voice 

Q 

from the cloud. 

8. ( i \ • ^-^> suddenly — l^airiva — Adverbial expression; — see note, 
S. Matt. viii. 26. — Sudden events come as it were quietly, noise- 
lessly. — So also S. Luke ix. 39; xxi. 34; Acts ii. 2; xvi. 26. — 
The words are joined, ] I \ » i Vn^ 1 Thess. v. 3. — • « V « ^, 
S. Luke ii. 13. — |ju^^ Aj-jsjZ ^^ Acts ix. 3; xxii, 6. 

Compare Heb. T\w^^i *'* security, quietness of people, i.e. 
suddenly, Dan, viii. 25; xi. 21. 
Transl. And suddenly, when the disci'ples looked round, &c. 

10 ^.j.V.'TDO, Transl. And sought (questioned) what was (meant) that 

ivord, When He was risen from the dead. 

12 ^^|> Transl. He said to them (ecfir] avroh, Sin. and Vat.) Elias 

Cometh first, to restore all things. 

15. OCTIOZ.0, and were greatly amazed — Gr. iiedafxj3y/9r] — Pret. 3. pi. (re- 

ferring to ( ■ 1 n, noun of multitude) of OIoZ, Was astonished, 

troubled. Fut. cnoAj, 2. pi. ^OloZZ, 2 Thess. ii. 2. 

Chald. nin, Dan. iii. 24. 

16. \ODJ\ y^ I » 3?, question ye, are ye questioning — a-vlrjTeiTc — Part. pi. 

(forming pres. tense) of ^^5), Sought, enquired, disputed. Fut. 

♦-•OJjJ Part. .-*55, Acts ix. 29; xviii. 28. 

-^7 

Pad »-»>5, Furnished work, employed, exercised Imperat. 

;'' . 7 7 

•-»?), 1 Tun. IV. 7 Part. pass. ._»5,SiD, (/ am) exercised, Gr. 

fJi€fivr)[J.ai, Phil. iv. 12; — yeyvfjivao-fieirjv, 2 S. Pet. ii. 14. 

7 7 •■» 7 7 . . 1. 

Ethpaal ^jthL\, Was exercised. — Pret. 3. i)l. a.»3jl|, llebr. 
.\ii. 11. 



388 S. MARK IX. 16—18. 

Ver. 16. Deriv. ^»5j, noun masc. clef. Question, disputation, Gr. t^'^rrjcrt^ 
1 Tim. vi. 4. 
^»5oj, noun masc. def. Exercise, Gr. yvfivacrLa, 1 Tim. iv. 8. 
^•OJJ, noun masc. def. A disputer, Gr. a-vtpfjrrp-^^ 1 Cor. i. 20. 

Heb. tJ^II, prop. Trod with the feet; which is also the 

— T 

original meaning in Syriac; — whence, Came to, frequented a 
place, Deut. xii. 5 : — Sought the Lord, Ps. xxxiv. 5 : — Enquired, 
Gen. XXV. 22, &c. 

18. pJr^, it (sc. ^K»05) taketh, seizeth — Gr. KaraXajSj; — Aphel part. fern. 
■ — See note, S. John i. 5. 

— ( \ \'~^ » -', dasheth on the ground. So the Vulg. allidit. — E.V. teareth — 

Gr. p->]cr(T€i — Compare S. Luke ix. 42, where for tppiq^cv avroV, the 
Syr. has (TL.i.So3 1 , threio him down, and so the E. Y. 

7 

Part. fern, of w^^Clkj, prop. Beat down fruit from a tree, or, 
Threshed corn with a flail; — whence, Shook violently, threw down, 
convulsed. — Pret. 3. sing. fern. A.^^l.yj, with aff. ver. 20, below, 
Gr. iaTrdpa^ev avrov. — Occurs in the N.T. only in these places. 

Heb. ^in> -^^a^ dow7i fruit, Deut. xxiv. 20; Isa. xxvii. 17 

— T 

(object omitted): — Threshed corn, Judg. vi. 11; Ruth ii. 17. 

— A V;^, /naming — he foameth — Gr. ct^ptXet (a<^pt^ajv, ver. 20, below; — 

fxerd d(f)pov, S. Luke ix. 39). — Aphel part, of Al? (not used), 
Aph. Aiij"!, Shook violentli/, tore in 2)ieces ; — whence intrans. 
Foamed, as the consequence of violent commotion. The word 
occurs in these places only. 
Deriv, ]Al»c5, noun masc. def. Foam of the sea. With aflF. S. Jude 
ver. 13. 

Cogn. Heb. ^^'^, intrans. Shook, trembled, Judg. v. 4; Ps. 
xviii. 8; xlvi. 4: — as fruit on the stalk, Ps. Ixxii. 16. 

— *Di_K»i:D, gnashing — he gnaslieth — rpt^ei — Pael part, of *D^Jw», prop. Cut, 

? -K 7 

cut off; — whence. Defined, set doioti as certain, O.O;-*^ C1Ld,_D0, 

IP IS -71 -r 7 

and they (the astronomers) predicted: — ^ xDj.j^'i i>0,V)n ,^ i \ itpQ, 
they ivere ivrong in what they declared or 2}')'edicted. (Bar Hebra'us.) 



S. MARK IX. 18—26. 389 

Ver. 18. Pa. »0^j«j, Sharj)ened, grated, ground, gnashed the teeth: — so 

also S. Luke ix. 39 Part. pi. ^ > O^^kkSd, Acts vii. 54. 

Heb. p'^Xl, Gnashed the teeth, Ps. xxxv. 16; xxxvii. 12; 
cxii. 10. 

20. "JOOI .n v-^ AVOj he loalloived — IkvXUto — Ethpaal part, '(forming im- 

perf. tense) of •'^^''^ (not used), Pa. *ClJLO, Bruised (Castel). — 
Ethpa. *QAC)Z|, Rolled himself about, or, Struggled, gasped. — 

7 7 V. 

Occurs here only in the N.T. — Some Editions read JDJLI)ALd. 

21. ^1^0, Transl. And Jesus asJced his father, How long time is it to 

him since he was thus? — See note, S. Matt. v. 46. 

22 ]j], Transl. But whatever Thou canst, help me, and have com- 
passion on me. 

24 aiAx* r^O, Transl. Aoid straightway the father of the child cried 

out, weeping, and said (jib|o, and saying, Schaaf), / believe; help 
Thou the deficiency of my faith. 
N.B. The Sill. Vat. and Alex. MSS. omit Kupte. 

25. . » 1 n AVn . . . »^(n5, ran and congregated — Gr. iTna-vvrpix^i. 

— fc_».JLjJXLZ, e7iter — Gr. €la€\6rj<;-^F\it. 2. sing. fern, of \Ll^^. Some 
Editions read „. » \^/. See note, S. John iii. 4. 

26. mri ^^ m^ bruised him, struck him down; — E. V. rent him ; — Gr. cnrapd- 

7 

iav avTov Pret. 3. sing, with aff. of *Q_k»w», Bicbbed, gro2ind to 

pieces; metaph. Troubled, annoyed. — Pret. 3. sing. fern. AQ-k»<_», 

with aff. Gr. avvrpif^ov avTov, S. Luke ix. 39 Fut. .no ^^ « i or 

■ n .... « 1^ with aff. pleoii. Ptoni. xvi. 20 Part. fc.Qj^>,j, pi. 

niasc. . o .... f ^ Gr. Trapevox^eTv, Acts xv. 19; — avvOpinrTovTe?, 
ch. xxi. 13. 

Ethpeel *Q_k»A^ (, Was broken tojneces. — Fut. 3. pi. ^ClQ>jAjlJ, 

Rev. ii. 27. 

Deriv. jjaj.>»», noun masc. def. A breaking to jneces, destruction, Gr. 

avvTpifXfj.a, Rom. iii. 16: — A71 unprofitable debate, Gr. irapaSia- 

TpifSaL (or SiaTrapaTpifiai, Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS.), 1 Tim. vi. 5. 



390 S. MARK IX. 26—44. 

Ver. 26, Heb. pHJ^j Ruhhed, beat in pieces, Exod. xxx. 36: — Wore 

away, as waters, Job xiv. 19: — Fig. of enemies, Ps. xviii. 43. 
Trail si. And the devil cried aloud (much), and struck him down, and 

went out. 
27 --kj OOI, Transl. .But Jesus took him by his hand, and lifted Mm 

i(p. — Ktti dv€o-Tr) omitted. 
30 r^O, Transl. And tohen He had gone out (.jSlSJ, Schaaf) from 

thence, they passed through Galilee; and He ivould not that {amy) 

man should know of Him. 

33 oZ]o, Transl. And they came {■^Xdov, Sin. and Vat. MSS.) to 

Capernaum; and when they entered into the house. He asked 
them, &c. 

34 ailDj, Transl. Who should be the greatest among them. 

37 _SjO ^^ , Transl. Whosoever receiveth one who is as this child, &c. 

38 r^|j Transl. Jo/m saith unto Him — ecftr) aurw o Iwaj/vTj?, Sin. and 

Vat. MSS. 

7 

— . __»l_Ki, Transl. We saio 07ie (a man) casting out devils in Thy 

name; and we forbad him, because he followed not us. 
N.B. The Syr. here agrees with the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

40 |J> ^~^j Transl. He therefore that is not against you, is on your 

part. — The Alex. MS. reads Ka^' vfxwv, virlp v/xwv Icttlv. 

41 ; ' ■ 1 ^^, Transl. For whosoever shall give you to drink a cup of 

water only, in the name that you are of Christ, &c. 
N.B. The Sin. (later correction) and Vat. MSS. read Iv ovo/xari, art 
XptcTToi! ccrre. 

— ^Q.J P, he shall not lose — ov iirj aTroXecrrj — A MS. reads ,.op (J, his 

reward shall not perish. This reading Schaaf adopts, while pre- 
ferring the former. 

43. In this verse and ver. 45, the Syr. omits the clause eh to -nvp to acr^e- 

o-Tov. The Sin. and Vat. MSS. omit it in ver. 45. 

44. ^TLLAoZ., tltnr worm — o cTK{!)\ri^ avTwv — ^lXoZ., noun feni. A worm. 

— Def. ]i\oZ'. — PI. def. \L^6ll, Acts xii. 23. 



S. MARK IX. 44—50. X. 1-23. 391 

Ver, 44. Heb, Vbin* -^ worm, arising from corruption, Exod. xvi. 
20. — The Coccus worm, producing the crimson colour, and hence 
the colour itself, -Isa. i. 18. — Metaph. Ps. xxii. 6. 
Transl. And their fire is not quenched. Similarly, ver. 46, 48. 

50. %*.t^^^^^LL, shall it (sc. |ZLk»,£)j) he seasoned — Gr. apTV(T€.Ti. — See note, 
S. Matt. V. 13. 



CHAPTER X. 

1 (XAl^O, Trans]. And there came thither to Him great multitudes. 

2 Q.^-^0, Transl. And the Pharisees approached, temptvng Him, and 

asking. 
6 r~^' Transl. But from the beginning God made, &c. The Syr. 

omits KTto-ew5, which is found in all the oldest MSS., the Vulg. 

&c. — wanting in Cod. Bezse. 
-i» ^ ft ^ 
10. jjOl ^u2i, concerning this — Sin. MS. Trcpt totjtwv — Vat. and Alex. Trtpi 

TOVTOV. 

21. j4^l^_i>., thy cross — Gr. t6v aravpov — ]Aj_l» (Acts xiii. 29; Heb. 

xii. 2; 1 S. Pet. ii. 24), noun masc. def. of form part. Peil, A cross, 
crucifixion. — E.. '*^ \t , Suspended, crucified. 
Transl. And take up thy o'oss, and come after Me. 

22. (^"^ ' > ^, grieved — XuTrou/xevos — Adj. masc. def. Sad, sorrowful. — R. 

.no V. .n V Was pressed, confined, 

— |£D,2J, ])Ossessions — Kr^fiara — Def. of . m'->i noun masc. pi. (not 
used in sing.) A magi's substance, goods, of whatever kind. — With 
aff. ver. 24, below; S. Luke xix. 8; Hebr. x. 34. 

Heb. D^Dil Wealth, Josh. xxii. 8.— Chald. ^D^l constr. 
isy?f2 ^D::^ the king's wealth, Ezr. vi. 8. — pD^^ CJ^Jj;, (^fine of 
goods, oh. vii. 26. 

23 __.5 ;_Kj, Transl. And Jesus looked on His disciples, and said unto 

them, Hoiv hard to those who have riches, to enter, &c. 



392 S. MARK X. 27—52. XI. 2—10. 

Ver. 27 /ox, Transl. With men this is not j)Ossihle; hut tvith God; — 

Jbr everything is 2'>ossihle ivith God. 

7 

32 fl2, Transl. And when theij were ascending in the way to Jerusa- 
lem, Jesus Himself went before them; and they were amazed, and 
followed Him, fearing. 

37 _^ *i:i(n, Ti'ansl. Grant unto us that one may sit on Thy right, 

and one on Thy left, &c. 

42 ' V, > Transl. Ye know that they, who are accounted the heads 

of the Gentiles, are their lords. See note, S. Matt. xi. 5. 

46 ^O, Transl. And as Jesus went out of Jericho, He and His disci- 
ples, and a great multitude, 

7 X 7 7 X _ 

— - > ^ > ^ -^ ' > V> . ^^ Timmus, the son of Timoeus — See Bp. Middle- 

ton's note on this place. 
47. N.B. The Syr. here omits 'Irjaov, which is expressed in the parallel 

passage, S. Luke xviii. 38. 
49. «-jCrL»J0j.OJ), that they should call him — Gr. avrov f^oivqOrjvat. 
50 __i5 001, Transl. And the blind man cast away his garment, and 

rose, &c. 
52. w-tV^j, receive thy sight, lit. See — Gr, i/Traye. 

— .... v>l (O, Transl. And went in the way — Gr. koI -qKoXovOei tw 'Irjcrov 

(avTw, Sin. Vat, and Alex. MSS.) iv rfj 68<S. 



CHAPTER XI. 

,7 ». . 7 ^ 

2. _^£:iQ_QA5, that is over against us — Gr. KaTevavri vfxwv. 
4. j no m «-~>^ in the ojyen street, or thoroughfare — Gr. lirX tov a/x^o'Sov. See 
note, S. Matt. vi. 2. 

7 

— .... r^O, Transl. And as they were loosing him (5.) Some men of those 

who roere standing by said unto them, &c. 
9 ^QJOIO, Ti'ansl. And they that (ivere) before Him, and they that 

(were) after Him, &c, 

^0 17 

10 ^£i_i;JDO, Transl. And blessed is the Kingdom that cometh, of our 

father David. — The words iv ovofiaTi Kvpiov are wanting in the 
Sin, and Vat, MSS,, and in all the ancient Versions. 



S. MARK XI. 11-32. XII. .% 4. 393 

Ver. 11 ^^io, Transl. And Jesus entered Jerusalem, into tlie Temj)le, 

and vieived all things: and vjJien it was the time of evening, &c. 

12 j<Jno . \n^ Transl. And on the next day, when Ue went forth from 

Bethany, He was hungry. 

7 7 7 

16. ;*"~'V 1^ should carry — huviyKiQ — ^Aphel fut. 3. sing, of ;*^^j Passed 
through. — Aph. ;*^^(, Cqused to pass hy or over, Acts xvii. 30, 

Gr. wVcptScuv: — xxvii. 44 Imperat. ^Ciij, S. Mark xiv. 36. 

Heb. Hiph. *l^IlVn> Sent, conducted, over, Gen. xxxii. 24; 
Ps. Ixxviii. 13; cxxxvi. 14. 

7 

— O ti-Q, through — 8ta — See note, S. John xx. 26. 

19. CLQ^U, they went out — Gr. c^eTropei'ero — The Vat. and Alex. MSS. 
read c^cTropevovro. 

22 (OOlZ, Transl. Let there he in you the faith of God — Gr. c^frc 

TTicTTLv ®€ov — CoiBpare Acts iii. 16; Rom. iii. 26; Gal. ii. 16, 20; 
iii. 22. — Similarly, IAttis is used with the gen, of the object, 
1 Thess. i. 3; — though not so literally rendered in the Syr. 

24 ^25, Transl. TJiat whatsoever ye pray and ask for. The Sin. and 

Vat. MSS. read Travra ocra Trpoaevxi^crOe kol alreLcrOe. 

* I «> 7 

30 OlAjjaSDlkLD, Transl. The baptism of John, whence tvas it? from 

Heaven, or from men? — The Syr. here agrees with the Sin. MS. 
32 (AXj^J, Transl. There is fear of the people. 



CHAPTER XII. 

»D-»-21£D, em,pty — Kevou — Adj. masc. of form part. Peil from .n g^m 
prop. Poured forth; whence, Emptied, and again, from the idea 
of outpouring, Sufficed. See note, S. John vi. 7. — The adj. occurs 
here only in the N.T,, though frequently elsewhere. 
Transl. But they heat him, and sent him away empty. 

Ir^^, in disgrace, with ignominy — Gr. T^Tifitofiivov — Noun masc. def. 
Insult, contAunely. — R. ^i» , Despised. 

w. c. 00 



394 S. MAlUv XII. 5—31. 

y^r. 5 5j-»0, Transl. And he sent again another; and him also they 

killed: — and many other servants sent he; and some they heat, 

and some they slew. 
6 |Z.;_KK_ii, Transl. But he had yet one icell-heloved Son; and he sent 

him unto them last; for he said, Perhaps they will rei-erence my 

Son. — In this general arrangement the Syr. agrees with the Sin. 

and Vat. MSS. 
13 05j-»0, Trans). And they sent unto him certain (lit. men) of the 

Scribes and of the house of Herod. 
17. CTLli OOOl OTIIsDZ.0, and they marvelled at Him — Gr. koX i6avfj.a(rav 

iir avTw — Pret. 3. pi. with 00C7I, used for imperf. — See Cowper's 

Gr. § 207. (1). 
23 (AV? I n*^, Transl. In the resurrection therefore, lohose wife of 

tJiem, <kc. The words orav avaa-Tdai are wanting in the Sin. and 

Vat. MSS. 
2G. f > 1 no ^-^, from, otit of, the hush — Gr. i-rl r^s (or tov) (Sdrov — Def. 

of ( 1 CD , noun masc. A hramhle, hush. 

Heb. n^Dj Exod. iii. 2, &c. — So the Arab, and its Eng. 

equivalent, Senna. 

27. |Xjo> ]J(, hut of the living — The word ©eo's is wanting in the Sin. 

Vat. and Alex. MSS. 

28. (iQ^.Aa %C1^l\, He had answered, lit. returned th» word — Gr. dwe- 

KpiQ-q — Aphel pret. 3. sing. oi%C:oL *^L, Retuo'ned. — Aph. Brought 

7 ..7 

hacic, returned (a,ct.), restored. — Fut. »£1jAj, 1 sing. «iljZ.(, with 

X X 

afr. Revt iii. 16 Inf. n «-^'AVn\ Col, iv. 6 Compare ]±A!iD 

]ii2-.A£3, ver. 34, below. 

Heb. Iliph. i^SJ'/l) Caused to return, drew bach, Ps. Ixxiv. 
11. — *li1 2''^'n> Answered, 1 Kings xii. 6, 9, IG. — Chald. Aph. 
i^rin> Bestorcd, sent hack, Ezr. v. 5; vi. 5: — Ansxvered, Dan. ii. 
14:— DJin3 i^nn, D^n. lli. 16; Ezr. v. 11. 

T : • • ~; 

31 _j5Z.jO, Transl. A)t,d the second, icMch is like it. 



S. MARK XII. 32—42. XIII. 1—7. ' 395 

Ver. 32. 001 ,-»-»?> ^^'"^ -^^e is One. The Sin. Vat. aud Alex. MSS. omit 

©COS. 

33. ji-0->, i^i^ whole burnt-offerings — Gr. tiZv oXoKavTuifxciTOiv — PI. def. of 

(r^H^, noun masc. def. A burnt-offering, holocaust. Occurs also 
Heb. X. 6, 8. — R. ,n t, Consumed. 
— f.K>JD>, the sacrifices — Gr. twi/ Ovatoiv — PI. def. of «>^».2), def. (.kkI::) 
(1 Cor. X. 19; Phil. iv. 18; Hebr. x. 12), noun masc. A sacrifice, 
victim. — PI. with aff. S. Luke xiii. 1. — K. ^/^k^j, Sacrificed. 
Heb. rtiT, Gen. xxxi. 54; Ps. xl. 7, opposed to Twy^t » 
, burnt-offering, holocaust. — Chald. Hilj pl- pn^'^, Ezr. vi. 3. 

34. A .(^n . n K. discreetly — vovrc^ws — Adv. Wisely, prudently, Gr. <f>povL- 

/xw?, S. Luke xvi. 8. — From JsCLtHj^, Wise. — E,. isQli>j, Was 

ivise, knew. 

37. f.a-LO CTU^, </ie ivhole viidtitude — Gr. d ttoXijs o;[(Xos. 

38. (iD.!rf)^C), Ml long garments, clothing — iv crTo\ai<; — PI. def. of (l^^l 

(oh. xvi. 5; S. Luke xv. 22; Rev. vi. 11), noun fern. A robe. — 
PI. of masc. form. Derived from the Gr. word. 

39. The Vienna Ed. and Tremellius omit the latter clause. The render- 

.0 p.. 7.1VP.. I 

ing |£\ t V)« Kt,^ (oV?fn .-a^iJO, was supplied by Guy de la 
Boderie from a MS. 

40. See note, S. Matt, xxiii. 13. * 

42. ■ I 1 V), rmtes — XcTrra — Noun pi. occurring here only. The Gr. word, 
where it elsewhere occurs, S. Luke xii. 59; xxi. 2^ is rendered by 

CHAPTER XIIL 

1 t-iV-Kt |01, Transl. Lo, see these stoties aiul these buildings. 

5 ^j OCn, Transl. Aiid Jesus began to say unto them. The Sin. aud 

Vat. MSS. omit ciTroKpt^ei's. 
7. LcD'^) (Ti (j, the rumour of vmrs — Gr. aKoug iroXefjMv — See note, 

S. Matt. xxiv. 6. 



396 S. MARK XIII. 8—34. 

Ver. 8. (.A-* 3, the beginning — ap^T;, Sin. and Vat. MSS. 
9. ^r-^LL, ye shall he beaten — Sap-^a-ecrdt — Ethpaal fut. 2. pi. of f-\t-3, 
Drew. — Pa. r-4vJ, Scourged. — Ethpa. j^^Z.|, Was scourged. — 

Pret. 1. sing. Z^^^Zf, 2 Cor. xi. 25 Fut. r-^Aj. 

Transl. For they shall deliver you up to the judgments, and in their 
synagogues ye shall be beaten. 

— ^oLdQ-oZ, ye shall stand up — Gr. crraOija-ecrOe. 

• om^ My Gospel — Gr. to cvayye'Aiov. So also, cLi. xvi. 15. 
11. ,aS»|Z ^QliDrOL (j, take no thought beforehand — Gr. fii^ vpoixeptfi- 
vare — So Z^j L^^SD, Gr. TrpoetprjKa, ver. 23, below. — See nMe, 
S. John XX. 4. 

19. ]Au;,2, the creation — Gr. KTLae(j}<i — Noun fern. clef. Creation, creature. 

— PI. xr*i^, clef. lAj-;^, Rom. i. 25, &c. R. ]iJD, Created. 

Compare Heb. nX^*l3> Something created, before unheard of, 
Numb. xvi. 30. 

— Ir^, created — eKTiaev — Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. — Pret. 2. sing. Aj;J2, 

Rev. iv. ll.__rut. ]l:^. 
Deriv. ]jO^^, noun masc. def. A Creator, 1 S. Pet. iv. 19; — with aff. 
Rom. i. 25. 

Heb. X'l^, Gen. i. 1. 

TT 

X r . _ »i> X 

20. t-^'rO, shortened — iKoX6{3w(Te — Pael pret. 3, sing, of (^ or vj;^, verb 

impers. Grieved; see note, S. John xvi. 20. — Pa. Cut short; — the 
original meaning of the verb in Peal being, Was short, narrow. 

21. _iDZ.5ai, there — cxet — Adverb. — See note, S. John iv. 15. The words 

are sometimes written separately, as in S. Luke xvii. 21, 23. 

22. ^ClL.^0, and shall deceive, seduce — Gr. Trpos to airoTXavav. 

25 ^d2a20, Transl. And the stars shall fall from Ueaven — So the 

Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. 
28 ^35 Pibj, Transl. That when its branches are tender, and its leaves 

germinate. — See Cowper's Gr. § 218. (1.) 
34. |i.5AX, to tlie porter — tw Ovpwpw — Noun masc. def. A door-keeper. 

Occurs here only in the N.T. 



S. MARK XIII. 34—37. XIV. 1—5. 397 

Ver. 34. Chald. W^fl, pL def. X*yin, Ezr. vii. 24. 

' T T t - T T 

— • . V (OQTJ>, that he should he vigilant, watch — Gr. tva yprjyop-^ — Part. 
Peil of 5Q-L ^i», Watched, was awake. — PI. »; » ^^ ver. 37, below; 

7 

S. Luke xii. 37, tfec. ; — coalescing with ^-J-»^> 1 Thess. v. 10. 
Heb. n^iy, Ps. vii. 7; xliv. 24.— Part. *1j;, Song of Sol. v. 

2.— Chald. deriv. yg, A watcher, Dan. iv. 10, 20.— PI. p^^y, 

ver. 14. 
35. ]) .. 1^^ ] ; n^*^ ^ fit, the crowing of the cock, cock-crowing — Gr. aXcK- 

Topo(f)wvLa<;. 
1;.q1o, noun masc. occurring here only. — R. \i^, Called. — In the 

Vienna and some other Editions the last syllable has no vowel; — 

in the Par. and Lond. it is pointed jj.QiD, Aph. part. 

36 jVn \ ^ Transl. Lest He come suddenly, and find you sleeping. 

37 i>0,lD, Transl. And what I say unto you, I say unto you all, Be 

vigilant. 



CHAPTER XIV. 

1. I v ^ b '^') V*^^—^i ^^^ Passover o/ unleavened bread — Gr. to ira.a")(a. koX to 
a^u/i.a. 

.077 

3 OlA-KiAso, Transl. And she opened it, and poured it on the head of 

Jesus.* Schaaf points the affix in this and the following verb as 

masc. 
4 OCOl Aj|, Transl. And there were some (lit. men) of the disciples 

who were displeased in themselves, and said. Why was the waste of 

this ointment? 

7 X 7 ■« 

5. 0001 __i_£lL>]1D} they murmured — et'c/Jpt/xwiro — Ethpeel or Ethpaal 
part. pi. (forming imperf. tense) of k2i1,] , Was indignant. — Ethpe. 
»£lL5^], Was moved to indignation. — Part. ».£lL5]1d. — Occurs here 
only in the N.T. 

Heb. ftyt, Was angry, Prov. xix. 3; 2 Chron. xxvi. 19: — 
Was sad. Gen. xl. 6; Dan. i. 10. 



398 S. MARK XIV. 6—12. 

Ver. 6. ^pAjj —jJOl!^ ( ^ V), lohy trouble ye? — Gr. tl kottovs Trapc'^^crc; 

— Apliel part. pi. forming present tense, of 35oi 5ai, Was conten- 
% - . ' '' 

tious, quarrelled. — Apli. ^(J\\,IIurt, troubled, annoyed. — Fut. JCTLl, 

ch. xvi. 18; — with aff. S, Luke x. 19. — 2. sing. 5c7lZ., Rev. vi. 6; 

— with aflf. S. Luke xi. 7.-3. pi. ^50U, Rev. vii. 2; ix. 4. — 2. pi. 

^JaiZ., ch. vii. 3 Inf o5c7lln_l, Rev. ix. 10; — with aff. Acts 

xviii. 10 Part. jOllD, fem. jJcnLo, S. Luke xviii. 5. 

7 __»5 p I , Transl. But I am not always with you. 

.77.77 

8. AIQCOlO ALd,.D, she hath anointed beforehand — Gr, TrpoeXa/Se fj-vpCa-ai — 

7 

See note, ch. xiii. 11, above. — Pael pret. 3. sing. fem. of I><lDClCi, 

•n 7 • _ _ 

Was sweet. — Pa. i>ClCD^, Made sweet, anointed with sweet ointment. 

l/^ n«^n \^ y-*|j '^^ if foi' the burying — Gr. cts rov ivracfiLacriJov — 

jZjcIClD, noun fem. clef. Burial. R. i.*~'\ O, Buried. — Occurs 
here only in the N.T. See also note, S. John xi. 17. 

Heb. n'n'lipj f^m. Burial, Jer, xxii. 19: — Sepulchre, Gen. 

XXXV. 20; xlvii. 30. 
Transl. That lohich she had, this she hath done; and she hath anointed 
My body beforehand, as it loerefor the burying. 

9. fcjZ^rO, My Gospel — Gr. to cuayye'/Vtov tovto. 

11. OjJoAj], they j^romised — iTrrjyyeiXavTO — Eshtaphal pret. 3. pi. of (,_* 

(not used) Heb. nT*) Hurled, shot arrows, Jer.L. 14. — Shaph. 

TT 

^jQ-», Eshtaph. v_i50A^] (S, Luke xxii. 29; Acts vii. 5, 17; 

xiii. 23; IS. John ii. 25), Promised, professed. Part. (?oA • V), 

S. Luke xxii. 29.— PI. masc. ^joAjlId, 1 Tim. vi. 21; 2 S. Pet. 
ii. 19.— PI. fem. ^IjoLa-lD, 1 Tim. ii. 10. 
Deriv. |j50Q_», noun masc. def, A promise. Acts ii. 33, 39, itc. — PI. 

def. p50Q_», Hebr. via. 6. 

.... p.i:20, Transl. And he sought for himself an opportunity to betray 

Him. 

12. _.t_K»«0), sacrificing, — they sacrificed, killed _ — Gr. e^uov— Part. pi. of 



S-. MARK XIV. 12—23. 399 

Ver. 12. wK»«Oj (Hebr. ix. 28), Sacrificed, offered in sacrifice. -^Vaxt ^j^Ci^. 

Part. Peil o^j^j, dcf. "I^Ij-Cij, Acts xv. 20, «tc. 

Pa. wK»JD5, the same;— pret. 3. pi. Q-kkj05, Acts vii. 41 Put. 

o^kO,J, Acts xiv. 12, 17. 

Heb. n:iT, Pi^- '^xvii. C— Chald. n!!"^, pavt. pi. Ezr. vi. 3. 
— T ~ ; 

Transl. And on the first day of unleavened bread, on which the Jews 

hilled the Passover, &c. 

14, ] . ; •^ Aa.£:5, the guest-chamher, lit. the house, place, of entertainment. 

See uote, S. John ii. 16. — Gr. to KaraXu/ia — Aphel part. pass. def. 
of "|i_», Loosed, dwelt, see note, S. John i. 27. — Aph. ^j;-*), Set 

7 7 

free, caused to dwell, placed, established. Part. pass. »_.^.«.Ld, in 

def. state used as a noun, A habitation, lodging, Gr. ^ecia, Philem, 

ver. 22 Fern. def. "jAj^-fciO, answering in the N.T. to the Gr. 

Trape/x^oXy], A castle, camp, army. Acts xxi. 34, 37; xxii. 24; 
xxiii. 10, 16, 32; Heb. xiii. 11, 13; Kev. xx. 9. — PI. def. 
fAlv-*^, Hebr. xi. 34. 

15. "j A . \v ^ an iijjper roo??i— aVcoyeov— So S. Luke xxii. 12; — virepiaov. 

Acts i. 13; ix. 37, 39; xx. 8 Noun fern. def. 

Heb. n**7y> An upper chamber, loft, Judg. iii. 20, 23, 25; 1 

Kings xvii. 19, 23, — Used in poetry of Heaven, Ps. civ. 3, 13. — 

R- rh)^, Ascended. Syr. Pa. ^j.1^, Etlipa. ^^.^^Zl, see note, 

S. Luke xiv. 10. 
— ] tO mKn ftivnisltpA made ready — la-Tpwiiivov — Pael part. pass. fern, of 

"|q_», Was equal, toorthy. Pa. Ilade ready; — see note, S. John 

xi. 2. 
19. The passage, koI aA.Xo?* p-yj tl tyw; is wanting in the Syr. and other 

Versions, — as also in the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 
22. The word <^ay6T€ is omitted in all the Versions, and is wanting in the 

Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. 

23 *CimJO, Transl. And lie took the cup, and gave thanks, arid 

blessed, kc. 



400 S. MARK XIY. 2.-)— 44. 

Ver. 25. A^IZfja, new!^, neio — Gr. Kaivov — Adverb derived from Zj-k., 

X — 

New. — Occurs here only in the N.T. 
30. A2^Z, three {times); — „. i 1 *")! understood. 
31 JQ-Sio] P, Transl. I will not deny Thee, my Lord. And as he, 

(so) also all the disciples said. • 

34. ■ » \ OQ-D, wait for Me — Gr. jxeivaTe. 

z 

35. *£i^.DO, a7id He drew near, i.e. to the retired part of the garden — Gr. 

Kttt -n-poeXOwv, and going forioard. So S. Matt. xxvi. 39, Syr. 

7 7 

*D^^0, and He removed, moved away, i.e. from His disciples. 

36 - > ^( y^\, Transl. Father, My Father, Thou axnst {do) all things. 

— ^d| means Father in its truest paternal sei^ise, whereas wji-li^l is 
addressed to any one in authority, as father.^ j^^'opAe^, king, master. 
Compare 2 Kings v. 13; vi. 21. 

7 »7 

— r^^|> cause to pass away, take away — Tra.pivuyKi. — Aph, imperat. — See 

note, ch. xi. 16, above. 

— . . . . |J], Transl. Tet not My tvill, but Thine. 

38 ]Jj03 , Transl. The spirit is ivillhig and ready. 

7 7 y 

40 j^aoio, Transl. And He returned again {and) came {and) found 

them sleeping. — The Sin. anld Vat. read kqX TrdXiv iXdwv evpev 
avTOvs Ka9evSovTa<;. 

41 ^^^^j Transl. The end has arrived, and the hour is come. 

7 

43 AO, Transl. And while He spake, there came Judas Iscariot (so 

Alex. MS.) one of the twelve, and a great mtdtitude {people) with 
swords and staves, <kc. 

7 

44 %^(TLtO, Transl. And the betrayer, he that betrayed, gave them a 

token, and said, &.c. 

— vaOlOj-KjO I , take Him — KpnTrja-are avTov — Imperat. pi. with aff. — Com- 

pare note, S. Matt./ic. 27. 
■ — Aj|j-.C7I1, safely, caut/!iously — aV^aXws — Adverb, Carefully, circum- 
spectly, diligeritly. — R. 5oi), part. Peil ;-i011, Cavtiona. 
Transl. Take Hiiri, safely, and lead Him away. 



I 



S. MARK XIV. 45— 5G. 401 

T 

Ver. 45 ^^0, Transl. And immediately he approached, and said to 

Hi III, ikc. 

49 |j], Ti'ansl. But that the Scrijjtures might he fulfilled, loas this 

(done). 

50 __i,_»ai, Trans]. Then His disciples forsook Him, and fed. 

51. ]o(n .<^ > (\ ^j he was clothed — Gr. 7repi^e/3X7;/x,eVos — Part. Peil, forming 

imperf. tense, of ^21^^, Covered, clothed. Compare ch. xvi. 5, 

below. ^ 

Pael ..^^ v, Put on garments, clothed oneself. — Part, pass, 

w.2l4^^. Rev. X. 1. — Fern. jA^iJk?, ch. xii. 1; xviii. 16. — PI. 

masc. ,_«_2l4i^, ch. iv. 4 (followed by <^); vii. 9, 13 Eth- 

7 7 . »T1 7 7 -K 

paal >g^^ v/ |j Wees covered, clothed himself. Fut. s^L^Li, fern. 

k£L^LII (for . . c^ 'l\LlI), followed by j, Rev. xix. 8 Inf. 

n^ j\ vA<.n\ ch. iii. 18 Part. ^Sl^lAk) (followed by ^), 

ch. iii. 5. — PI. masc. ^ . cm (V'^AVi ch. xi. 3 Aphel .^L^1, 

7 7 

Caused to put on, clothed. — Part. pass. ^^.^.i^LD, Rev. xix. 13: — 
Fern. ]j2i4^^, ch. xvii. 4, 

Heb. &bj;, Clothed, Ps. Ixxiii. G. 

— \S (^; S, naked — Gr. ctti yv/^vou — Adjective, the same as >.^-i^;.S, see 
note, S. John xxi. 7. 
Transl. And he was covered loith a sindon, otherwise nalced; and 
they laid hold on him. 

The wox'ds 61 v^avia-Koi ax'e wanting in the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

52 ^5 OOI, Transl. And he left the sindon, and fled naked. — The 

words aV avTwi/ are wanting in the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 
53. ]^ > n Lol^, to Caiaphas. So the Alex. MS. 

..7 O .. 7 

56. ..jOOl ^O-a, agreed — to-at rjorav — Part. Peil. pi. fem. forming im- 
perf tense of 1q_», Was fitting. — Fem. sing. "[jQ-*, ver. 59, below. 
— See note, S. John i. 27. 
Transl. For lohen many vntnessed against Him, their testimonies 

agreed not. 
W. C. 51 



402 S. MARK XIV. 67—72. 

Ver. 57 —jj „ , t » ^ | , Transl. But some (lit. wie^) arose against Him, 

witnesses of falsehood, and said. 
61. (n;«^Vn^ of the Blessed — tou Ev\oy>;Toi5 — Pael part. pass. def. of 

y,^, Pa. ^;.0, Blessed, 2^1'onounced blessed. See note, S. John 

vi. 1.1. 
63. |5» , rent — Gr, StappT/'^as — Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. Tore, rent asunder. 

— Put. [D^. 

Compare Germ, jevren. 

IP 
d, Transl. Behold, from His mouth ye have heard the blasphemy. 
f> 7 
65. _».,a_K>iiO, covering, to cover — Gr. TreptKaAvTrretv — Pael part. pi. of 

ySLt^, Covered, veiled. — Pa. «_»_21.k», the same Part, (c^ k^V)^ 

7 
S. Luke viii. 16; IS. Pet. iv. 8 : — with OOOl for imperf. S. Luke 

xxii. 63. 

Deriv. jA . ,<yi .../ , A cover big, veil, 2 Cor. iii. 13, 14, 15, 16; 1 S. Pet. 

ii. 16. 

Heb. nSM) 2 Sam. xv. 30. — Pi. nSHj Overlaid -with, gold, or 

XT T • 

wood, 2 Chron. iii. 5, &c. 

— .... » ^>.V)^ Compare S. John xix. 3. 

■* ' 
67. _ju-K»-», warming (himself) — Gr. Oepixaivo/jLevov — This is the reading 

of the Vienna and other early Editions. The Ed. Regia, and 

Par. and Lond. Polyglotts, read regularly '^'^ » ; and this reading 

is preserved by Schaaf. 

Transl. She saw him, that he was warming himself, and looked upon 

him, and said to him, &c. 

68 \i,_» |J , Transl. I know not what thou sayest — Gr. ovk olSa, ouSt 

iTTLCTafiai, K.T.X. 

69. vjOI ^AVt) . \^j the maid, i.e. the same who had spoken before — t^ 
vaihCaKT] — See Bp. Middleton on this place. 

72 aiOO, Transl. And immediately the cock crew the second time. 

X 7 

— •-»t-», he began — Gr. iTnfBaXiov — The Cod. Bezse reads rjp^aTo, and this 

reading is followed by the Vulg. and other Versions. 



S. MAKK XV. 1—15. 403 



CHAPTER XV. 



Ver. 1 .rnoV)\ «{n^ Transl. And delivered Him to Pilate the 

governor. 

If 

001 ASd , Transl. Now he tvas ivont at every feast to release unto 

them, &c. 

7. > m (\mj^ insurrection — »CQj.JCCl^1X) ( , Gr. a-Tacris, Sedition, S, Luke 

xxiii. 19, 25: — here taking the form of the Gr. accusat. ardcnv. 

11. '^ Q^ "■-, moved, roused, urged — avicreia-av — Pael pret. 3. pi. of -f}^ '■f 

■K 7 

(not used), Pa. w^u2_k» (Gal. ii. 8, Gr. iviypyrfcri), Excited, roused 

» 7 

to exertion, acted 2)0werfidly..^^Tsivt. .^.c^ ^-'-.VT'j Phil. ii. 13.__ 

7 7 - .1> 

Ethpaal fc^L2LKjZ.|, Was roused, toas diligent, gave diligence, en- 
deavoured. Pret. 1. pi. _^.^i>jZ], 1 Thess. ii. 17 Fut. 

4ilJjAj, 2. pi. ^O^SLLZi", 1 Thess. iv. 11.— 1. pi. 4iu^Aj, 

Hebr. iv. 11 Imperat. »42i-»-»Z1, 1 Tim. iv. 13 Inf. 

Q4ilI>Z\V)\, 2 Thess. ii. 7 Part. ^ALAsL, Rom. i. 15; 

XV. 20; 2 Cor. iv. 12;— Fern. "[.^lSlLA^O, Eph. ii. 2.— PI. masc. 

^ 7 1> 7 

> (}^ ...AVn Rom. vii. 5; coalescing with — J.j.i, 2 Coi\ v. 9. 
Deriv. [^ i <=^ k>, adj. masc. def. of form part. Peil, Diligent, 2 Cor. 
viii. 22. — PI. masc. ^-lJ^ i ^ k>, Rom. xii. 11; Eph. iv, 3.— PL 
fern, def \Aj\"^^^^ Acts xxvi. t. 

" (} ' '^ ■■', noun fem. Diligence, 2 Cor. viii. 7. — Def. (/o (\ . g^ ^ .^ 
Rom. xii. 8. — As an adv. with pref. »0, Diligently, Gr. o-TrovSaio- 
repov, 2 Tim. i. 17. 
Transl. But the Chief Priests more vehemently urged the crowd, that 
he should release Barahbas unto them. 

12. v9^( li-^?) t^hom ye call. Such is the reading of the Vienna Ed. 

and that of Tremellius and H utter. The rest read regularly 

Transl. the beginning of this verse, A ud Pilate said zmto them. 

7 7 7 

15. y.^jL_LLD r^}, scourged — Pael part, pass, referring to the object, viz. 



404f S. MARK XV. 15—43. 

Ver. 15. y( r) » > ^ — Gr, (ftpayeXXMo-a^, referring to the subject or agent. 

See note, S. Jolin xix. 1. 
Transl. TJie7i Pilate was willing to do the roill of the croiod; and 
released to them Barahhas, and delivered to them Jesus, scourged, 

to he crucified. 
17 o\ , ..n, Transl. And they 2^l<:dted (and) put upon Ilim a crown 

of thorns. 
19. «,_iCna.?^].0) in His face — Gi\ aOrw — Compai'e S. Matt, xxvii. 30. 

22 fc_.aiQ_»Aj1o, Transl. And they brought Ilim to Golgotha, the 

place which is called (translated) A scidl. 
25 ]ool Zul, Transl. A7id it was the third hour when they crucified 

Him. (26) A7id the cause of His death ivas ivritten in the in- 

scriptio7i, This is the King of the Jews. 
28. kda-ooZ"), He teas numbered ■^-IXoyia-d-q — Etlipeel pret. 3. sing, of 

fcCuiLjj, Deliberated, reckoned. — Etlipe. Was counted, o-eckoned, 

imputed. — Pret. 3. sing. fern. Lci.A-KtL\, Rom. iv. 3, Ac. — 1. pi. 

—O^joZ]^ E,om. viii. 36 Fut. «n n »oAj, fern. »C^ n KtZZ (for 

. .ol .JT)^ Rom. iv. 11; 2 Tim. iv. IG Part. ,n • k»Z\So, 

Acts xix. 27; Rom. iv. 4: — Fern. ]n « kjZ\Sd, Rom. iv. 5. — PI. 

masc. . o a KiAV) Rom. ix. 8. 
36. j.£D|o, and tied, bound (it) — Gr. Trcpt^eis — O^jO, and they said — 

Gr. Xiywv. 
41. .^OOl —£l.t.n^, followed — -qkoXovOovv — Part. Peil pi. fern, forming 

imperf. tense. See note, S. Matt. viii. 1. 
42 ,150, Transl. And vjhen it teas the evening of the 2)re2)aration, 

u'hich is befoi-e the Sabbath. 

7 7 1. 

43. "I^o »^n , honourable — evax>]fi<i>v — Pad part. pass. clef, of j-Q-*, Was 
heavy.- — Pa. j-CL*, Honoured. — Used as an adjective; see note, 
S. John V. 23. 

— ] /o Xn«^^ a coimsellor — jSodXcut^'s — jSToun adopted from the Greek, 
vj..4Q^Q-^) ^- L"kf^ xxiii. 50. 



S. MARK XV. 44—46. XVI. 1—9. , 405 

Ver. 44. (j,^ JsO^iD — Lo, hefore the time — Gr. iraXat — Pilate had given 
orders that the deaths of the crucified should be accelerated ; and 
■wished to satisfy himself that the order had been carried, and 
■whether sufficient time had elapsed to render death certain. 

7 

45 r^Oj Transl. And lohen he had learned it, he gave His body to 

Joseph. 

7 7 

46 *~^^n Transl. And Joseph bought fine linen, and took Him down, 

and lorapped Him in it. 



CHAPTER XVI. 

1. [Sdoj'OI, sioeet sjnces — dpu>ixara — So S. Luke xxiii. bQ. — PI. def. of 

PiDOJCn, noun niasc. to apw^xa. 

2. |;_£L*_d, in the early morning — Gr. Xiav irpwi — Def. of ;_2L», noun 

masc. The first dawn of day. — Occurs also, S. Luke xxiv. 1; Acts 

^ 7 ^Q 7 

V. 21. — p. ^^j, Was bright, beantifid. — Cogn. \£^*, Ir^r,- 
Compare Chald. N1313^', Dan. vi. 20. 

3. ^-jlJL, shall roll aivay — Gr. aTroKvAtcret — Pret. used for future ; see 

Co-^vper's Gr, § 212 (5. b). 

G. JOOI i>Q-».lDj P-»|, tvhere He loas laid — Gr. orrov e6r]Kav avTov. 

7 

8 r-0, Transl. And ivhen they heard, they fled, and went out of the 

sepulchre. 

— pOlL, amazement — e/co-rao-ts — Noun masc. def occurring only here in 

the N.T.— P. 3(TlZ, Was amazed. 

— \b^Lh, a trcmhling — rpo/Aos — Noun masc. (or common). Occurs also, 

1 Cor. ii. 3; 2 Cor. vii. 15; Eph. vi. 5; Phil. ii. 12. P. Lib lb, 
7'remhled. 

Heb. rini, Terror, Hos. xiii. 1. 

9 \r2x.m.i2), Transl. Xow in the early morning on the first day of the 

week, He rose and appeared first to Mary Magdalene, ic. 



406 S. MARK XVI. 10—18. 

Ver. 10. OOOT — t.J^ '■^i?> ^'*o tvere mourning, or as tJiey mourned — 
Gr. TTCj'^oOo-i — Part. Peil pi. of u^j, Mourned. — Part. Peil 

\\ 1 '^ ] PI. def. Il^ii], used as a noun, The rnourners, S. 

Matt. V. 4. * 

Deriv. (lo|, noun masc. Grief, sorroio, 1 Cor. v. 2; S. James iv. 9, 
&c. -.—with aff. 2 Cor. vii. 7. 

Heb. 7^X, Isa. xxiv. 4, 7; xxxiii. 9. — Deriv. 7i^^, A 

- T V •• 

mourning, Gen. xxvii. 41; L. 10, 11. 

11 ^QJOIO, Transl. And they, when they heard what they (sc. the 

women) said, that He was alive, and had appeared to them, believed 
them not. 

12. jZ.oV)r^, in a form, shape — eV. . . . /top<^i7 — Def. of OlDj, noun fern. 
Form, similitude, type, example^ pattern. The def form j2.QiDj 
occurs Acts vii. 44, and very frequently throughout the Ejiistles 
and Revelation. — Constr. Z.QiD5, S. Luke iii. 22. — PI. ^Vn j, 
Hebr. i. 1.— Def iZok)?, Acts vii. 43.— R "[SD), Was like. 

Heb. Jl^lto*^, noun fern. Likeness, Gc'n. i. 26; v. 1, 3. — 
Adverbially, Ps. Iviii. 5. • 

14. jID^5A_^, to the twelve. A remarkable error, existing in all the 
Editions except the Par. and Lond. Polyglotts. 

— ZoJOpik]—^, the littleness of their faith — Gr. 7-71' ctTrto-Ttav aur<3v — 

Corfstr. of OjClSI, def. jZ.o5cii»l, noun fern; Smallness, fewness. — 

•X 
Derived from 5qA] , Little. Occurs her6 only in the N.T. 

Heb. n*l^y^ Smallness of age, youth. Gen. xliii. 33. 

— .... ^QJOT-^J, Transl. Because they believed not them that saw Him 

that He was risen. 
18. jZolOj jV^m a drug of deUth, deadly drilg — Gr: Oavda-t/xov ti — The 
expression occurs also S. James iii. 8, Gr. lov Oavarrjcfiopov — 
I>QCD, def. [lOID, noun masc. A medicine, aromatic drug, whether 
poisonous or not. — PI. def ( iVnVn on from the unused sing. 

Heb. 5D) in pi. only, C^Di Spices, Exod. xxx. 7, 34; xl. 27. 



S. MARK XVI. 19, 20. 407 

Ver. 19 VJdJLj , Transl. Jesus then our Lord, after that He had 

spoken unto them, ascended to Heaven, &c. 

7 7 . I> 

20. ; ■ V>, confirmed — supply |oai from the preceding clause — Gr. 
pe/3aLovvTo<: — Apliel part, forming imperf. tense, of 5;.^ ;_•, Was 
strengthened, received strength. — Aph. ;_»j, Strengthened, firmly 
believed, Acts iii. 16; Rom. iv. 21. — Pret. 3. sing. fern. Z^^j, 

7 7 

Hebr, xi. 11 Fut. ; « i^ Rom. xv. 8. 

Transl. And our Lord worked with them, and confirmed their words 
by the signs which tliey did. 



Finished is the Holy Gpspel, the Preaching of 

Mark, which he spake and preached 

in Latin at Rome. 



THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO 

S. LUKE. 

The Holy Gospel, the Preaching of Luke the Evangelist, 

which he spake and preached in Greek in 

Alexandria the Great. 



CHAPTER I. 

♦,7 V 

Ver. 1. ^OHiACLJj, to write — Gr. avard^aaOai — Aphel fut. 3. pi. of *1;)Ad, 
Wrote. — Aph. *oA2(, Caused to ivrite, or simply, Wrote. — Fut. 

. > p .. •7 . .7 » X .7 

— jA . V »/ the histories — Gr. Si-^yrjcnv — PI. clef, of ( i \*L, clef. (A> \»L, 

noun fem. A narration, history. — |Aov.*5 (A > S.i»Z, histories of 
generations, genealogies, 1 Tim. i. 4 ; Tit. iii. 9. — With aff. pleon. 
in the Title prefixed to the Acts of the Apostles. — R. \L.», prop. 
Smeared over; whence Smoothed over, or made j^leasant: — then 
from the idea of tales used as means of diversion or recreation, 
Narrated, told a message, related a history. — Whence also are 
derived 

I » ^ » ^ Jesting, buffoonery, scurrility. Gr. curpoTreXta, Eph. v. 4. 

"jA > vn «^ noun fem. def. A tale, fable, converse. — PI. def. jA^ikQ_», 
1 Cor. XV. 33; 1 Tim. i. 4; iv. 7; 2 Tim. iv. 4; Tit. i. 14. 



S. LUKE I. 1—3. 40!) 

Ver. 1. 1 . m c^Kn infi are persuaded, -^fov -JLjo . mg^Vn Aphel 
part. pass. pi. — See note, S. Matt, xxvii. 20. 
Transl. Forasmuch as many have desired to write (or, get written) 
the histories of those transactions qf which we are persuaded, i.e. 
which we believe to be true. 

2. PVk», the eye-ivitnesses — avToTrrat (eVoTTTat, 2 S. Pet. i. 16). PI. def. 

7 ^ p 7 _ p 

of •.iV^j, def. ^t>K», noun masc, A witness, spectator. — R, ]]-k», 
Saw, beheld. 
-^ |A_iiLDj cn_Lj5, of that very Word — Gr. tov Xoyov — ^j5, is here used 
as a demonstrative pronoun = ipse. 

3. A^(.2_t^, intimately, accurately — a/cpt/3(3s — Adverb, Anxiously, care- 

^ . 

fully, with exactness. Occurs here only in the N.T. — R. «^»_», 

Was anxioics, careful. 

— Oirari.^^, in its order — Gr. KuOe^rj^ (iv tw iStw Tay/Aari, 1 Cor. xv. 23). 

— fjOm^, noun masc. from the Gr. ra^'i?, Order, arrangement. — 
lai£i4^, Gr. Kara ra^tv, 1 Cor. xiv. 40.— PI. def. ]aiili. Or- 
dinances, statutes. — Similar in its derivation and meaning is 
TZami:^, fem. def. with aff. Col. ii. 5. 
Transl. It seemed (good) also to me, since I ivas j)resent to them all, to 
write everything to thee in its order. 

— (jKo.^^, most excellent — KpaTiare — See also Acts xxiii. 26; xxiv.- 3; 

xxvi. 25. — Adj. masc. def. Victorious, illustrious, renoioned; — and 
used, like the Gr. word, as a title of courtesy or politeness, ad- 
dressed to a superior or equal. In the Rev. it represents the Gr. 
\a/ji7rpo?, Bright, shining, ch. xv. 6, &c. — PI. fem. def. "JZlk^kj^, 
eh. xviii, 14. — R. o>>tJ, Excelled, loas illustrious: — occurring in 
the N.T. once only, in Ethpe. (or Ethpa.) part. pi. coalescing with 
vOAj],— ly^") ^oAj-^^'ASD, Gr. o-vva$XovvTt^, Phil. i. 27. 

Heb. Pi. n^J, Superintended, 1 Chron. xxiii. 4; — Led, in 
music, ch. xv. 21. Part. H^fJ^, A leader in music, precentor, in 

many headings to Psalms, and Hab. iii. 19 Chald. Ithpa. 

n^^nX, partic. Preferred,, excelling above (7J^), Dan. vi. 4. 
w. c. 52 



410 S. LUKE I. 5—9. 

Ver. 5. (A.a V)»Z ^_Sd, of the course — l^ cc^ry/xeptas — Noun feni. def. Service, 
duty, whether religious or otherwise, Household, work of a house, 
Gr. hiaKovia, ch. x. 40; — Oepairua, ch. xii. 42. — With aff". ver. 8, 
below. R. - »^ » !^. Ministered, served. 

— QlAjLO ^^, of the daughters (aff. pleon.) — €k twv dxryarepoiv — ]Aj-0, 

•^, A daughter. — See note, S. John xii. 15. 

6 ■ i •^NoiLoo, Transl. And walked in all His Commandments, and 

in the ujyriyhtness of the Lord, without blame. 

7. \L'rO^, barren — o-reipa — Fern. def. of j.-c^ v^ Unfruitful. Occurs also 

7 

ver. 36, below; Gal. iv. 27; Hebr. xi. 11. — R. ^^i», Eradicated. 
Heb. ^py, fern, rflpy? Barren, used both of male and 
female. Gen. xi. 30; Deut. vii. 14. 

..^7x7 

— ' ' I ' U "^ - much, i.e. advanced — Gr. TrpofSe^rjKOTes — PI. constr. of 

( ' II "^, Many. See note, S. John ii. 23. — Fem. sing, constr. 
/ ( . It '^, ver. 18, below. In both instances the constr. form is 

^^ . . , -!> -^ •• . 7 I 

put for the abs. before the prep. *0. Similarly ( » ^ *^ Z\1 1;,0, 
blessed among ivomen, ver. 28, below. See Cowper's Gi*. § 184 
(1. a). 

. (> •^ 7 7 _ 

8. jocn ^^^ fO, while he executed the Priest's office — Gr. iv tw Upareveiv 

. auTov — Pael part, (forming imperf . tense) of ^^\D , Pa. ^OTD , Was 
a priest, executed priestly functions. — Part. fem. pcri'~iSo, 1 S. Pet. 
ii. 9. 

Heb. Pi. |n5, denom. from |n3 ^ priest, Deut, x. 6. 

9. ]Z.QJaiD5, of the Priest^s office — t^s lepaTua<i — Def. of QJOlIi, noun 

fem. The function of a Priest. — Deriv. fr. ^01^, A Priest; whence 
is also derived JjJTlIJ, adj. Priestly, — Fem. def. JZL»JJ1D, A 
priestly kingdom, Rev. i. 6. 

Heb. T]-l'n^, Numb. xvi. 10. 

— ^ ,r n . ^Vn ^ Lit. it came to him; his lot was — Gr. tXa^e — Pret. 3. sing. 

with aff. of X^^, Came, happened. Compare ch. xv. 13, below. 
Transl. His lot was to hirn incense; and he went into the temple of 
the Lord. 



S. LUKE I. 11—21. 411 

^er, 11 .-*V>-»MO> Transl. And there appeared to Zacharias, &c. 

105, gladness — ayaXXtao-t? — This is the reading of all the Editions, 
except the Par. and Load. Polyglotts, which read ]}oy. Noun 
masc. def. occurring here only. — R. ]oy, Rejoiced. 

IP 7 
iJIL* , strong drink — o-tKepa — Noun masc. def. occurring here only in 

the N.T.— R. jo^, Drank to excess.— Pa. ^n^, Defiled^ disgraced. 

y 7 
— Part. pass. , 0« V) , used as an adj. Disgraceful, Gr. ala-^ov, 

1 Cor. xi. 6. 

Heb. ^^SJ^, Strong wine, Numb, xxviii. 7 :— distintruished 

from [^% Judg. xiii. 4, 7; — and in poetic parallelism, Isa. v. 

11, &c. 

— OCn j^, while he (is) yet in his mother's womb — Gr. en ex KotXc'a?, 

K.T.X. 

17. jA^j,*--^, io the wisdom — Gr. iv tjipovyja-ei — l°Ai^, def. of ]L^, noun 

fem. Knowledge, wisdom, intellect. PI. ^jli, def. 1"a1Vj- R- ^l^, 

Knew. Whence also ]Za.lj,j, noun fem. def. the same: with 
aff. pleon. Rom. i. 19. 

Compare Heb. n>^'r|, Knowledge, Ps. Ixxiii. H:— flVl, 
Understanding, wisdom. Pro v. i. 4; ii. 6, &c. 
Transl. And he shall go before Him in the sjnrit and power of Elias 
the Prophet, to turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and 
those that are not obedient to the wisdom of the just; to make 
ready for the Lord a perfected people. 

19. A-K>JlA^]o, and I was sent — kol direcrTaXrjv — Ethpeel pret, 1. sing. 

of *>->Ji^, AS'e?i^.— Ethpe. ^»AZ1l»"J, Was sent, ver. 26, below.— 

Pret. 3. pi. Q.kkSA^'J" Acts xiii. 4; xv. 30 Fut. o^A^, 

Acts XV. 20. 
Transl. And I loas sent to speak ivith thee, and to announce to thee 
these things. 

20. ^j.i:ik), now, from this time — Gr. kol IZoii. 

21. criZ.;_K.o2. (aiZ.uK.oZ, Schaaf, following the Polyglotts) his delay— Gr. 



412 S. LUKE I. 21—32. 

Ver. 21. Tw xpo''*'^*"' c"5roi' — \Li.»^OL, Delay, noun fern. def. occurring 

here only. — R. ^^j], A})!!. t>>»o], Belayed. 
Transl, And the jjeojjle stood and waited /or ZachaHas, and marvelled 

at his delay which (he made) in the temple. 
22 U^r^, see note, S. John xiii. 24. 

25. . . ,fr> . .> my reproach — to ovetSos /aou — ,fn k», def. |,XD-k», (Rom. xv. 

3, &c.) noun masc. Reproach, op2J'>'obrium; also Mercy, pity, but 
only once in the N.T. in the pr, name (pia.K» A^^, Bethesda, 

7 

S. John V. 2. — R. rCD-Kj, blocked, reviled. 

Heb. nDHj chiefly in the latter sense, Ps. v. 4, &c. «tc. : — 
but in the former, Lev. xx. 17; Prov. xiv. 34. 

26. jA-»|>, which (is) six, i.e. the sixth, — (so also ver. 36), — tw e/cTw — 

"JZl*"), a form of |Aj, used when prefixes, as »^, O, J, ^, are 
added. But the form occurs, without ( , and without prefix, yet 
(in some Editions) pointed |A^; see S. Matt. xvii. 1; S. Mark 
ix. 2; S. Luke iv. 25; xiii. 4. — Without j and with pref |A^0, 
S, James v. 17. 
Transl. Was sent to Galilee, to a city of which the name was Nazareth. 

28 A . VV) ^ Transl. Full of grace — Gr. Ke^^apiTOi/xivr] — Part. Peil fern. 

constr. — See note, S. John i. 14. 

29. ZvO0l5Z.(, she icas troicbled — EuTapa^drj — Ethpeel jDret. 3. sing. fem. of 
fc^OlJ, Dinturhed. — Ethpe. %i^<J\'yL\, Was disturbed, terrified. — 
Pret. 3. pi. ariOljZI, Gr. Trror^^eWe?, ch. xxiv. 37. 

31. p_^^ (understand pref %^) in the icomb — ev yaa-rpi — Noun fem. def. 

occurring only here in the N.T. 
Heb. p^, Ps. xxii. 10. 

32. |.aJLL), of the Highest — v\picnov, (compare S. Mark v. 7; S. Luke 

viii. 28). — Def, of - > \v^ adj. Lofty, exalted, supreme. — Fem. def. 
IA-i—Ll, Jerusalem above, Gr. uiw. Gal. iv. 26. — PI. masc. def. 

( "t \ '^ J the tipper, i.e. more northern, coasts, Gr. ra aviorepiKa 
(li(pri), Acts xix. 1. 



S. LUKE I. 32—41. 413 

Ver. 32. Compare Heb. jlvj^, Ps. vii. 18, &c. — Chald. the same, in 

pi. only, Dan. vii. 18, 22.— Also ''y^, most High, Sufveme. — 
Def. nXyJ^, Dan. iii. 26, 32, (fee: — in the text it is always 
J<^W, after the Syr. form. 

T T '• 

33. jjAkU, He shall reign — /^acnXeva-ei — Aphel fut. 3. sing, of ... VV) ^ 
Counselled. — Aph. *,ijiD|, Made King ; also, Assumed poioer, 
reigned, Rom. v, 14, 17; Eev. xix. 6. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. 
'A^k)f, Rom. V. 21.— 2. sing. A^k^f, Rev. xi. 17.— 3. pi. 

Q-qSid], ch. XX. 4.-2. pi. JAn'NV)')', 1 Cor. iv. 8 Fut. 3. sing. 

fem. ^2^2.' (for . . n\^f.), Rom. v. 21; vi. 12.— 1. sing. ^^SId]' 
S. Luke xix. 27. — 3. pi. ^d^XkU, Rom. v. 17, 4c. — 1. pi. 

^^V>1, 1 Cor. iv. 8; 2 Tim. ii. 12 Part. yS."^, pi. ^ . AVVnO^ 

Rev. V. 10. 

Heb. Hiph. '^^'!2T], Made king, 1 Sam. xv. 35; 1 Kings i. 43. 

— fcZiClCD, end — reXos — Noun masc. End, extremitij, boundary. — Def. 
]^QXD, as ]k3Q_. fr. iOcL..— PI. ^^ i <^Ofr^, def l^O^.- With 
aff. pleon. The ends of the earth. Acts i. 8; xiii. 47; Rom. x. 18. 
— R. fcSdCD c2lI0, Ceased, came to an end. 

Heb. &iD, An end, Joel ii. 20. — Chald. &iD, Dan. iv. 8, 19. 

Def i^SiD, ch. vi. 27; vii. 26, 28. 

T 

31 |{jQ.^tj, Transl. Since a man is 7iot known to me. 

35 H^o5, Transl. The Holy Spirit shall come, and the 2}ower . 

therefore He that is horn of thee is holy, and shall he called the 

Son of God. 
36. (71-0*^ I CY^n, in her old age — 4v yrjpa qi'tt/s — Q.dj.rD, noun fem. 

Old age.— Dei fZon i fO, Hebr. xi. 12.— R. *olcD, Was old. 
Heb. ny'^, Gen. xv. 15; Ps. xcii. 15. 

38 Ir^l, Transl. Mary said, Behold I {am) the servant of the Lord. 

41. ♦ 5, leaped — icTKipT-qae (so ver. 44), — Pret. 3. sing, of .OJ .5, Danced, 

exidted. — Fut. .o,J Imperat. pi. 0»0J, ch. vi. 23. 

Heb. p'^. Danced, leaped, Job xli. 14. 



414 S; LUKE I. 41—51. 

Vcr. 41. IJoL, tlie lobe — to ppi<^o^ (so ver. 44), — Noun masc. def. A child 

yet unborn; an infant, ch. ii. 12, 16. 

Heb. 7!|y, A suckling, infant, Isa. xlix. 15; Ixv. 20. — R. 

/^V) or 7^V, Gave suck. 
46. I^^jqId, magnifying, doth magnify — Gr. /AcyaXvVci — Apbel part. fem. 

of »Ii;.j, (Hebr. i. 4), Was great, excelled. — Part^»Ii;^, fem. \^i^, 

your praise is great, Gr. rovro x«P'5, 1 S. Pet. ii. 20. 

Aph. »r25o j , Made to increase, made greater, exalted, Acts xiii. 

17 Fut. »^5CU, 1. sing. »1d5oJ, S. Lukexii. 18 — Part. ^OJOiD, 

Acts V. 13; viii. 9. 
48. |'~i^nVn»-^^ upon the low estate — lirt Trjv TaTreivoia-iv — Noun masc. def. 

Lowliness, humility. — Witli aff. Acts viii. 32; S. James i. 10; 

7 

Pliil. iii. 21. — R. ^Z^ y^, Was brought loio. 
— .. .. loQ-^, Transl. Shall give, attribute to me blessedness. Gr. fiaKa- 
pLovai, fxe. 

50. Ijr^, to the generations — eis 'y€i'ea9 — PI. def. of 5», noun masc. An 

age, generation of living men. — Def. (55, Phil. ii. 15; Hebr. iii, 
10.— PI. ^^55. 

Heb. ^l^T or *y^, Ps. x. 6, &c. «tc. — P. ^5)*^, Weyit round, 
turned in a circle, or, as in Cliald. Dwelt, Ps. Ixxxiv. 11. — Chald. 
Dan. iv. 9, 18. 
Transl. To the generations and families, or tribes. 

7 ^ 

51. »..jf^A>j, the 2)roud — v7repij<^avovs — PI. constr. (for abs. — see note, ver. 

7, above) of ^jA>j, adj. Elated, vain, imffed up. — Def. |^jA.»w». — 

PI. _.I-.Zlk., 1 Cor. V. 2.— Def. Iv^Ajj, Rom. i. 30; 2 Tim. iii. 4. 
— Of form part. Peil from 3Zl»o , Was proud, boasted. Ethpe. 

5Ajs»Z1, the same, pret. 3. pi. o5A>jZ"), 1 Cor. iv. 18 Fut. 2. pl. 

yOhL^^LL, S. James iii. 14 Part. jAjjALd, 1 Cor. xiii. 4; Col. 

ii. 18 Aph. jAj^I, Made proud, puffed wp. — Part. fem. (3Aj>>^, 

1 Cor. viii. 1. — Hence also is derived 
|Z.O;_iA>j, noun fem. def. Boasting, arrogance, 2 Cor. xii. 20; — with 

X 

aff. S. James iv. 16. 



S. LUKE I. 51—58. 415 

Ver. 51. ]Aj_L5Ao, in the imagination — Stavoia — Def. of (j_i.5Z., noun 
fem. Thought, mind, will, intention, synon. with ] 1 > \h. — PI. 
^ISiL, 2 Cor. X. 5.— Def. lAi-LjZ':— with aff. 1 S. Pet. i. 13. 

52. I^lLdZ, the mighty — Swao-ras — PL def. of .^^ i oL, def. (g^ > D L, 

adj. Strong, robust, powerful. — Fem. def \t'=^ \ OL, 1 ^^. Pet. v. 6. 
■ — Of form part, Peil from k^ioL, (Acts vii. 17), Grew strong, 
prevailed. — Part. %2iOL, fem. \^CiL, Acts xix, 20. — Whence 
also, 

^Zid^L, noun masc. Power, might, — Def. \2lOoL, Gr. Kparos, Eph. 
i. 19; vi. 10. 

AjI^Vj-dZ, adv. Mightily, forcibly — Gr. euroVws, Acts xvii^ 28. 

Heb. &\'5fl, Mighty, Eccles. vi. 10. — flpD) Power, strength, 
Esth. ix. 29; x. 2; Dan. xi. 17. — K ^pp], Overpowered, oj)- 
pressed, j^revailed against. Job xiv. 20j xv. 24; Eccles. iv. 12. — 
Chald. &|pn or bpn, Dan. iv. 8, 19; v. 20.— t^^^^, ch. ii. 40, 
42; iii. 33.— t|pri, def. XSpH, ch. ii. 37; iv. 27. 

53. A . ]n .. g^rr> emptily, empty — Gr. kcvovs — Adverb, formed from 

*Clju£1£D, Empty. Occurs here only in the N.T. 

54 ^^jZjO, Transl. And hath remembered His mercy. 

57 u '^ » . \\ ^ Transl. Kow {as for) Elisabeth, the time had come to 

her when she should give birth. 

58. C7liD01Q_4 - • ^ *^, Lit. the sons of her kindo'ed, i.e. her near relations 
— Gr. ot o-uyyeveis avTr}<i — XJCTIQ-^, def. piboicL^, noun masc. 
Relationship, family. — Lat. domus. — (TDJ PiDC71Q_4 ;.12), son of a 
noble line, nobleman, Gr. euycvT/?, S. Luke xix. 1 2 ; and pi. 1 Cor. 
i. 26. — :R. isOOT-^, Ethpe. JsOOT-^ZI, Was joined by ties of relation- 
ship. (Castel). 

— 1 i It <y>^ ) Aac^ multijjlied — Gr. ifieydXw^ — Aphel pret. 3. sing, of 
(■.<•<•> or ' * It "^, Increased. — Aph. Caused to increase, multi- 
plied. Used adverbially with a verb following, as \ ^0 ,. » . i ^t ro ];, 



416 S. LUKE I. 58—77. 

Ver. 58. he ivho mnliiplied (ami) gathered, i.e. gathered much, 2 Cor. viii. 

15: — OTlDflDJ . . ■« rn^^ hath highly exalted Ilim, Phil. ii. 9 

Fut. l^ini, 2 Cor. ix. 10; 1 Tliess. iii. 12.— 1. sing. ]-y^^T, with 
aff. Hebr. vi. 14.— 3. pi. ^Q_.. CX^J, 2 Tim. iv. 3 :— Fern, ^i ii rhl> 

1 Tim. V. 13 Inf. O . T. mV>, Hebr. vi, 14 Part. ]^rinV), 

pi. _j.^,L.rDLD, coalescing with ^Jl_»o, 1 Cor. xii. 23. 
Heb. Hiph. J^^ilC^H, Job xii. 23; xxxvi. 24. 

62 p.lLt|), Transl. How he woidd loish to name him. See Cowper's 

Gr. § 127. (3). 

63. "jAjL-QJLS), a writing table or tablet — TrivaKt'Stov — Noun fem. def. oc- 

•urring here only, 
71. __D;_2U5, that He looidd save us — Gr. a-oirrjpiav. 
— —^P-CO, that hate us — Gr. twv jxia-ovvTOiv ■tjfid'; — Part. pi. with aff, of 

p.ID, Hated. See note, S, John iii, 20, 

72 f^^l^O, Transl, And hath 'performed His mercy with our fatho's, 

and hath remembered His holy covenants. 

74. «DtSAj5, that we should be delivered — Gi\ pva6ivTa<i — Ethpeel fut, 1. 
pi, of *0^, Saved, redeemed, separated. — Ethpe, fcO^^sZ], Sepa- 
rated himself , was saved, set free. — Pret, 2, pi, ^Lc:i2^L\, 1 S, Pet, 

i, 18,-1, pi. ^iJZ^l'^, Eph. ii. 8 Fut. ^oi^Aj. 

Transl. That we should be delivered out of the hand of our enemies, 
and that without fear we should serve before Him. 

75 ^m \n^ Transl. All our days in holiness.- — The Sin. and Alex. 

MSS. read Trao-us ras i]fxipa<; i^fxwu. The Vat. irdcrats rats T^fxepais 
rjfxoJv. 
N,B. ^Z.Q.C_»5V^0, and in righteousness, is wanting in the Vienna 
and many Editions: in others it appears without the prep. *^. 

.07 77 

77. PkfiD, the knowledge — yv^cnv — Def. of VS^, noun masc. Understand- 
ing, knowledge, mind. — With aff, 1 Cor, xiv. 14, 15, 19, — PI, 
^ > v.^, with aff. 2 Cor. iii. 14; Eph. iv. 18; Hebr. viii. 10; x. 

7 1 

16, &c. — R. Vi^, Knew. 



S. LUKE I. 77—80. II. 1. 417 

Ver. 77. Heb. J^'riJ^, 2 Chron. i. 10, 11, 12; Dan. i. 4, 17:— also 

Eccles. X. 20. LXX. iv crvveiSrjaeL aov. — Chald. y*!^^, def. 

XV'lJtt, Dan. ii. 21; iv. 31, 33; v. 12. 
T : : - 

78. VkO), the Day-spring, claion — avarokri — rendered by ]>»■ 1,V?, a word 

of the same origin, S. Matt. ii. 1, 2; ii. 9, &c. — Noun masc. def. 

occurring here only. R. «>.kJ), Arose, as the sun, &c. 

Cogn. Heb. n*lT) -^ rising of light, Isa, Ix, 3. 

— (Loo3 V> j from on high — e^ v\pov<i (so also ch. xxiv. 49.) — Def. of 

^0>, noun masc. Height, loftiness. 

Heb. Q!)"), Prov. xxv. 3; Isa. ii. 11, 17. — Also Qp, as an 
adv. On high, Hab. iii. 10. — Chald. ^5)'^, Dan. iiL 1; iv. 17; 
Ezr. vi. 3. 

80. ^_L*jA1Jd, waxed strong — iKparaiovTo (so also ch. ii. 40, below; — evc- 
8vvafwvTOf Acts ix. 22. — Ethpaal part, forming imperf. tense, of 
the Pa. verb ^_Lk», Strengthened, confirmed. — Ethpa. ^«Lj>jZ] 
(Actsix. 19; xix. 16; Rom. iv. 20), Was strengthened, grew strong, 

prevailed. — Pret. 3. pi. aX_L»aZ|, Hebr. xi. 34 Fut. v^ > -.Ai 

2. pi. ^\i LlL, Col. i. 11.— 1. pi. 1 S. Pet. V. 10 Imperat. 

\^I^, Acts xxiii. 11 ; 2 Tim. ii. 1.— PI. nNiLZ]", Eph. vi. 10. 

— OiAjQ_k»Z>, of his shewing — avaSet^ews avTov — tjQ»K»Z, noun fern. A 

shewing forth, demonstration, example. — Def. iAjQ-kjZ, Rom. iii. 

IX 7 
CLkj, Pa. ^Q_»a, Shewed. 

Heb. ninS^, A declaration. Job xiii. 17. — Chald. n^lPli^, A 

T : - TT-;- 

solution of enigmas, Dan. v. 1 2. 



CHAPTER II. 

IP 
001 , It came to j)ass .... that (o) tliere xoent out, &c. 

OTJj-KtOlj t^S (jCi^D, all the j)60ple of his possession — Gr. Tracrav Trjv 

olKovixivrjv — Pf,K»o|, noun masc. Property, possession; whence, 

w. c. o3 



418 S. LUKE II. 1—13. 

Ver. 1. Dominion, power, 1 S. Pet. v. 11; S. Jude ver, 25, &c. — R. f^\. 

Took, held fast. 

Heb. cogn. nTHi^j -A- 2'>ossession, Gren. xxiii. 4, 9, 20; xlix. 

30. 
2. "jZoJ-oAliLD, enrolment — Gr. o.iroypa<l>rj — Noun fern. def. A written 

register, census, of persons or property. — R. %^Ld, Wrote. 

— "j/^ n 1 Vr> ..mOj in the government — Gr. ijyefjiovcvovTo? (so also ch. iii. 1). 

— Noun fern. def. A presidency: — derived from ( ^nV) ..m A 
governor, prefect. Gr. rjyefiiov, rjye/xovLa. 
Transl. This first enrolment took place under the presidency of 
Quirinus in Syria. 

7. ]5o>]AO G^LOiJDO, and she wrapped Tlim in swaddling-clothes — Gr. 

KoX icnrapydv(ii(T€v avTov — See note, S. John xix. 40. 

(50)1A, pi. def. of j505].i., noun masc. def A swathe, bandage. — R. 
(perhaps), Heb. ^]^, prop. Girded around; whence Helped. 

— ]_»5o]^, in the manger — ev ttj (fxxTvrj (so ver. 12, 16, below) Noun 

fern, A stall for cattle. P>'0{ -.1^, from the stall, ch. xiii. 15. 

Heb. (1*1*15^, pi. constr. fli^lJ^j Stalls for horses, 1 Kings v. G 
(E.Y. iv. 26). ' 

— 0001 —^i^»'y plj|, where they were lodged — Gr. Iv tw KaraXv/i-art. 

8. ]Zai.) ("|Z.ai.>, Par. and Lond. Pol. So also ver. 15, 18, 20), shepherds 

— TToi/AeVcs — See note, S. John x. 2. 

— ^nrqA . VyV) \iik, over (or, for) their flocks — Gr. lirt rrjv Troif/.vrjv avrc3i/ 

—PI. with aff. of I2ui-l^k3 (Acts xx. 28, 29, &c.), noun fern. def. 

.;> I> 7 I'm 

A flock, pasture for flocks. — PI. def. jA.i.SyV). — R. \^y. Pastured. 
Heb. n^J^'DtS, Ps. Ixxiv. 1, tc. 
Transl. And there were shepherds in that country abiding there, and 
keeping the watches of the night for their flocks. 
11. ]^0;^, the Saviour — Gr. a-oyTijp — Noun masc. def. A deliverer, Re- 

7 

deemer. R. *Dj.2), Set free. 
13. ' V « —So, suddenly — e^ai^viys — See note, S. Mark ix. 8. 



S. LUKE II. 13—21. 419 

Ver. 13. »^]_K»Z^, tliere were seen, appeared — Gr. eytVero — Ethpeel pret. 
3. pi. fern, without Ribui which usually marks the plural. With 
Ribui, ch. xxiv. 11, below. 
Transl. And suddenly there appeared with the angel the multitudinous 
hosts of Heaven. 

. P . I> 7 V 

14. [oiJ^ 1^^^, good hope — Gr. eOSoKta — Def. of -^Cx^ (Eph. ii. 12), noun 

7 

masc. Hope, trust, expectation. E. ^JQTD, Thought, supposed, ex- 
pected. 

Heb. ^i^, Hope, Ps. cxix. 116; cxlvi. 5. 

15 aWkD, Transl. The shepherds spahe one to- another and said. — 

Sin. MS. IXaXovv tt/dos aX\.rjXov<;, Xtyovre?. 
IC. A .|«'-^mjrnV>^ hastily,, with haste — Gr. crTrcTJcravres — Adverb derived 

I 1> 7 7 

from the quadrilit. verb k£i(n;.CD, Urged, hastened on, R. »^0l5, 
Disturbed. — Occurs here only in the N.T. 

18. ^5^2.1 >. So the Vienna Ed,, Tremellius, and Hutter. The rest 

-» .. . . 7 7 . . K 

read . . \ Wi/ |^^ pret. 3, pL fem, 

19. |V> ..K g>iV) (supply Zooi from the preceding clause), Compared, 2^ut 

together — a-vfijSdXXovcra — Pael part. fem. forming imperf. tense, of 

7 _ -^ 7 

i>Qj^»«2, Was like,, equalled. — Pa. ^>CLKt,£i, Made equal, comp)ared; 

i\ 7 

also, Rendered, translated. Fut. isQj^K^U, 1. pi. 2 Cor, x. 12 

-7\ 7 X 7 

Part. V) K>. <yiVn pi. masc. . V) ^w <y\Vr)^ same verse; coalescing 

7 

with ,_J-K>, 1 Cor. ii 13. 
Deriv. (io^a,^, noun masc. def. Equality, Phil. ii. 6. 

PiQ>jC123, noun masc. def Cojnparison, 2 Coi', iii. 10. 

20. ■ I WcnLo, 2)'i'aising — alvovvres — Pael part. pi. of ^CJI, Pa. ^01, 

Praised, celebrated. Occurs here only. 

Heb. 77,1, Was bright, shone. Job xxix. 3. Figur. Was 

2)roud, boastful, Ps. Ixxv. 5 Pi. 77,1, Sang jsrazses, ^;raisec?, 

Ps. XX. 27, &c. 

21. —^^Ll") '>0,.O, before He was conceived — Trpo toC crvXXrjfjiOrjvai avTov — 

Ethpeel fut. 3. sing, of ^J^, Conceived. — Ethpe. ^-^-^I, Was 



420 S. LUKE 11. 21—31. 

Ver. 21. conceived. Fut. used for pret. with preposition implying past 
time. See Cowper's Gr. § 20G. 

22. ^nmA >^y >^ of their jnirijicaiion — tov KaOapicrfiov avT<Sv — See Whitby's 

note on this passage. 

23. p>£;);.Lo, the womb — /x-QTpav — Def. nf \t«^.V> noun masc. Locus in quo 

7 

cubal vel habitat /(jetus. R. M.o5, Cotiched, lay. 

Heb. T^51D> -^ couching-place for flocks, Zeph. ii. 15; Ezek. 

XXV. 5. — R. I^i*! (cogn. V^l), Lay down, reclined, of animals. 
01, a ^;rtiV — {euyos — Noun masc. clef. A yoke, pair, couple. — 

^ ^ 7 .. 7 

LiO] « A V*~) , sons o/ ^Ae yo/fe, i.e. yoked together, 2 Cor. vi. 14. 
— <-i..^iOl 'f^, son of viy yoke, yoke-fellow, Phil, iv. 3. — PI. 

17 £1 -K 7 

— *..4i01, S. Luke xiv. 19. — R. .-tOl .-..j, Pa, ^^\y Coupled, 

joined. 
— P_i.JL£3a.*j, of turtle-doves — rpvyoi/wv — PI. def. of 1 1 . i g^n ^ ^ noun 

masc. def ^1 turtle-dove. Occurs only here in the N.T. 
25. CTlf-iOmJi, the consolation (aff. pleon.) — TrapaKXrjcnv — jjClCi (2 Cor. 

i. 7, in some Eds., in others the def. form) noun masc. Consolation, 
jQ£D, Acts iv. 36, &c. — With aff. 2. pl. 

^Ua^, S. Liike vi. 24; 2 Cor. i. G:— aff. 1. pl. ^Q^, 2 Cor. 

i. 5; vii. 13;— jtoQ, 1 Thess. ii. 3.— Pl. def. itl^-— R- Pa. 

.77 

( t O, Consoled. 
27. jOOT jZj, /trtc? cowie, was coine — Gr. ^X^ev. 

.7 X 

29. Ajj w>;u», permit Thou to depart, dismiss — Gr. ctTroXvcis — Imperat. of 

1^, Loosed, let go. 

30. k,«J_l_Kj, Thy mercy, blessing — Gr, to awTTJpiov aov. 

31. "jZoibf, the people— Gr. t<Sv Xawv— Pl. def of "|ALdo1 (Rev. v. 9; 

xiii. 7 ; xiv. G), noun fem. def A nation, people, tribe. 

Heb. ntoi<, only in pl. ni^i^, Gen. xxv. 16; Numb. xxv. 

T \ 

15;— and W^fpii, Ps. cxvii. 1.— Chald. the same, Dan, iii. 29.— 
Pl. def ^<*^i<,^•er. -1, 7, 31; v. 19; vii. 14; Ezr. iv. 10. 



S. LUKE II. 32—37. 421 

Ver. 32. ] i . V .. \ ^ fnv tlie revelation, enlightening — ets aTroKaXviJ/Lv — Def. 
of ' \ ..^ noun masc. A manifestation, revelation. — PI. ^^.i. 1 ■> \it, 
def. ]^ ' ^u' — "^i^h ^ff- pleon. 2 Cor. xii. 1. — R. (L., Revealed. 

34. ]V> . o^ the rising again — avao-Tao-iv — Noun fem. — see note, S. John 

V. 29. 

Heb. (I^^p, A rising up, Lam, iii. 63. 

— p '; '^'^^ of contradiction — Gr. avrtXeyo'/xevov — Def. of _^;.js», noun 

masc. Strife, contention, controversy. — PI. def. p_»'^, 1 Cor. i. 
11, &c. 

Compare Heb. p1)l> Heat, huming, wrath, Ps. ii. 5; Iviii. 
10. — Also ^*)n> with &t^ added, Heat of anger, Exod. xi. 8; 
Deut. xxix. 23. — R. nillj Biirned with anger. — Syr. Ethpe. 
».jfjoZl, Contended. 
Transl. And for a sign of contradiction (or controversy). 

35. ]jK.KSiD05, a lance or spear — Gr. poix<f>aLa, elsewhere always rendered 

by (<=^ > rn — Noun fem. occurring here only in the N.T. 
Heb. ri/b1> -4 spear. Numb. xxv. 7; Jitdg. v. 8. 

36. |A> 01, the 2)rophetess — Trpo^'^ns — Fem. def. form of t^-OJ, A propliet. 

Occurs also, Rev. ii. 20. 

— OlALoo > *^ hm I, • O, advanced in her days — Gr. Trpo/SefSrjKv'ia iu 

7^/xepais TToXXats — Fem. constr. (for absolute; see note, ch. i. 7) 

I 7 

of . » > m r)_ Old, in the def form iised as a substantive; see 

^ P X 7 .p p ,. I 7 

note, S. John vii. 26. — Fem. f • « » f^ — PL fem. def |Aju.»~»jD, 
1 Tim. V. 2; Tit. ii. 3. 

— CJiZolAoAo ^-^, from her virginity — ctTro rr}^ Trap^evtas avT-^<i — 

qAoAtd, noun fem. Virginity. — Def "JZoXoAjO, 1 Cor. vii. 25. 
Compare Heb. D vlHS, n- m- pl- Judg. xi. 37, 38. 

37. ^-a«lSdZ, eighty — Card. num. of com. gend. here joined to a fem. noun. 

With a masc. noun, and written » ^ ]Sr>/ ^ ch. xvi. 7. 
Heb. W^^bty, com. Gen. v. 25, &c.; 2 Kings x. 24. 



422 S. LUKE II. 37—48. 

Ver. 37. ^lO>(, four. — Card. num. fem, 
Heb. y^'^^{, Gen. xlvii. 24. 

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38. / - V> o g/ie sioofZ Wj!?, presented herself — Gr. cTrto-rao-a. 

— .... (1 \ViV>n Transl. And spake of Him ivith every man tliat looked 

for the redemjytion of Jerusalein. 
41. . .mn m i(^ Ills people, i.e. parents — Gr, ot yovets auroii. 

42 o n \m Transl. 57ie?/ loeTi^ tip, as they ivere accustomed, to the 

Feast. 

7 

43 ^UO, Transl. And lohen they had fulfilled the days, they returned; 

hut the Child Jesus, &c. 

44. ^OlA_iQ_iw t-Ll^ ^>C1L, tfi^/* the sons [peo^yle) of their company, i.e. 
among the company — Gr. Iv rrj o-woSta — ]A->Q.A, nonn fem. def. 
Company, companionship. mA >n\ »_»_i_C), the companions of 
Paul, Gr. a-vv€KSrjfjLov?, Acts xix. 29. — E. (CIJ^ or ._tO\, Ac- 
companied. 

Compare Heb. H^l/? -^ loreath, garland, Prov^ i. 9; iv. 9: — 
and jfl^'l/j An animal wreathing itself in. folds, Ps. Ixxiv. 14; 
civ. 26. 
Transl. For they sujjjjosed that lie had been in their compamy. 

— |?r^) a jouo'ney — oSw — Noun masc. of form Aph. part, of (j5, Went, 

proceeded. Apb. •~»55(. Similai'ly j^^Lo, the crowing, from 

\^, Aph. ^^1. 
• — fc_»CJlo]li£D, they sought Him: — For this form, see Cowper's Gr. § 127 

(4). So fc.jaio|V>J, tJiey saw Him, ver. 48, below. 
Transl. A nd lohen they had gone a journey (of) one day, they sought 

Him ivith (or, among) their 2J<^oj)le, and loith him that (whoever) 

knew them, i.e. their acquaintance. 
45 (Jo, Transl. And they found Him not; and returned again to 

Jerusalem, and sought for Him. 

48. ( ( t , t(h-CO l.£)?Q_6^0, in much anxiety — Gr. dSuvoj/xcvoi — (j233Q_^, noun 
masc. def. Perplexity, anguish, Gr. oT€ro;(wpi'a, Rom. ii. 9. — 



S. LUKE II. 48—52. III. 1. 423 

Ver. 48. Occurs in these two places only in the N.T. — R. «^j_^, Smote, 

troubled. 
49. ^ -»-*~^ [ Aj.^, in My Father^ s house — Gr. Iv rots tov IXaTpo's /aou. 
51. JOOI ,*nsA,« V), He loas subject — -^v v7roTa(Ta6fxevo<; — Eslitaphal part. 

(forming imperf, tense) of ,nS, DifZ, ejected. — Shaph. ^.£11^, 

7 7 -■« 

Made subject, brought under subjection. — Eshtaph. ,'^vA »| (1 Cor. 
XV. 28; Phil. iii. 21), Was made subject, submitted himself . — Pret. 

.• 7 7, .Ti 7 7 .-n 

3u sing, fem. Z.,*~iSA^(, E,om, viii. 20. — 3. pi. n^'-^vA >] Rom. 

X. 3; IS. Pet. iii. 22.-2. pi. yOlJ:i^L.»X, Rom. vi. 18; 2 Cor. 

ix. 13 Put. yiL^L^, 1 Cor. XV. 28:— fem. ^,AlL»Z^ Rom. 

xiii. 1. — 3. pi. ^O.n\A-a.J, Tit. ii. 9; iii. 1; S. James iii. 3: — 

fem. yl^^A^, 1 Cor. xiv. 34.-2. pi. ^0,i:lL^Z" Col. ii. 

18. — 1. pi. j^IlLZLaJ, Rom. xiii, 5; Plebr. xii. 9 Imperat. pi. 

D,mAj"j" S. James iv. 7; 1 S. Pet. ii. 18; v. 5 :— fem. ^". ^Av ^ ->'|'| 

Col. iii. 18; 1 S. Pet. iii. 1 Inf. n,Av^«V?^\^ Gal. iv. 9 

Part. fem. y,r:i:L^«V), Rom. viii. 7; 1 Cor. xiv. 32; Eph. v, 24; 

1 S. Pet. iii. 6.— PI. masc. ^^^.^A.^, S. Luke x. 17, 20, &c.— 

PL fern. ^^rii^2\,>V>, Eph. v. 22; Tit. ii. 5; 1 S. Pet. iii. 5. 
•« «> i> 
52 ^5 ^&aji^, Transl. And Jesus increased in His stature and in 

His wisdom, && 



CHAPTER III. 

11\ -K 7 7 7 V 

•,IIll..«.La>j A l 1 ^, in the fifteenth year — eV hu TrevreKaiScKaTU) — See 

note, S. John ii. 20. 

Card. num. fem. used for the ordinal. Occui-s with a masc 
noun. Acts xxvii. 28. 
— 1 1 S I n ? ^a-i?, the head of a fourth fart, i.e. tetrarch — Gr. mpapxavv- 
Tos — See note, S. John ii. 8, 

De£ of . > S I n ?, ord. num. The fourth — Fem. f « v » '"^^ def, 
VA^i..i~0>, S. Matt. xiv. 25, 



424 S. LUKE III. 1—5. 

Ver. 1. Heb. ^j;^ni, Gen. ii. 14.— Chalcl. ^]J>y^, def. i^^'j^'yi, Dan. 

iiL 25: — fern, same form, cli. ii. 40; vii. 7: — clef. Xn'^V^^^, ch. 

▼It- : 

vii. 23. 
2. "j/ o m n ZcLOj^, lit. in princi2}atu Sacerdotii — in the pontificate — Gr. 
Itt ' kpxLf.pi(iiv — See note, ch. i. 9, above. 

Zcio5, constr. of OlDJ, noun fem. Greatness, majesty, power, 
dignity, abundance. — Def. jZ.a^5, Rom. xiii. 1, &c. <fec. — R. 

.'^o ^ »i:5, unused save in the reduplicated forms «^505, *O305Z.|. 

Compare Heb. ^1, Greatness, Ps. xxxiii. 16; Ii. 3. — R. 

^^^:_and Chald. ^"2^, def. fc^H^ni, Dan. iv. 19, 33; v. 18.— 
- T : T : 

R. nnn. 

T ; 

4. ] Avog^O j ^}^io smoothness. — Noun fem. def. Plainness; plain country, 

open field, ver. 5; vi. 17: — also TJie courtyard or quadrangle of a 

7 

castle (Bar Hebrews, Chron.)— R, ^in£^, i.q. Heb. J^pS, Clave, 
laid ojjen. 

Heb. nVp3, .4 low valley, Ps. civ. 8: — more often, .4 plain, 

plain country, as Gen. xi. 2. 
Transl. ^?icZ c/irec^ m<o smoothness (Gr. cw^eias TrotetTe) <Ae ^'^^^s ybr 
owr (^oc?. 

5. ILkiJ ^OiXd, aZ^ f/ie valleys — Gr. Trao-a (fxlpay^ — PI. def. of {LkkJ, 

noun masc. def A valley. 
Heb, '^na, Gen. xxvi. 19. 

— lAk)), the hills — Gr. (3ovv6i — PL def. of "^h, def. "JALd?, noun fem. 

A hill, Mgh place; Rama, name of a town, S. Matt. ii. 18. — The 
pL noun occurs also, S. Luke xxiii. 30. 

Heb. H/b'n, 1 Sam. xxii. 6.— R ^T\, Was high. 

T T 

Transl. All the valleys shall be filled, and all the mountains and hills 
shall be brought low. 

— ]lijr^, the acclivity — Gr. roi crKoXid — So LXX. Isa. xl. 4, where the 

Heb. 2pJ^ is rather, A hill Noun masc. def. A mound, heap, low 

hill. Occurs here only in the N.T. 



S. LUKE III. 5—14. 425 

Ver. 5. Heb. H/blJ^? fein- ^1 '^6«P of corn, Ruth iii. 7 : — of ruins, Jer. 

L. 26.— R. Ul]^, Niph. U^]^2, ^''as hea2)ed ujj, Exod. xv. 8.— 
Syr. Pa. ^;.1>, Heaped up. Ethpa. '>0-^L\. 

— I . g^ « \ to a level — Gr. cts ^vOuav — Def. of ( <=^ » , adj. Smooth, j)lain ; 

humble, of tlie heart, ch. viii. 1.5. Form part. Peil of [21^, 
Smoothed, polished; whence also ( i <^ • or ]_»_£l» , A thorn, from 
its smooth surface, Gr. a-KoXoif/, 2 Cor. xii. 7. 

Heb. *'^^,A bare hill, Isa. xli. 18: — A bare 2}lciin, ch. xlix. 9. 

— (cimv |5Z(, the rough place — Gr. at Tpa;!^erat — Def. of <OCflS, adj. 

10 7 

nrns, Hard 

« w .. 7 

saying, Hebr. v. 11. — PI. masc. def. (omv^ Rard masters, 1 S. 

7 

Pet. ii. 18. — R. -omv^ Was difficidt, sharp, stung. Cogn. Heb. 
pb^V) Hithpa. Quarrelled, strove. Syr. Ethpe. .om v/|^ Refused. 

10 -« 1. I 7 7 

001 -ornvAVn ,_j.^,^_co ,:::, ^u/te?^ Ae toas ver?/ obstinate, (Bar 

Hebr.) — Whence also, .r^ . mv adj. Difficidt to be understood, 

2 S. Pet. iii. 16. 
Transl. And the acclivity shall be {made) level, and the rough place a 

plain. 

6 ]]_kkJO, Transl. And all flesh shall see the life of God. 

7 _jZ|), Transl. That cavie to him to be baptized. 

13 ^Q^C^lL |J, Transl. Exact not anything more than that xohich is 

appointed you to claim. 
14. |j_^;„^XDJ .- v-i-1 Vg^^ those serving the army, the soldiers — Gr. a-rpa- 

revofxevot — Part. pi. constr. of o..>— ks, Served: — see note, S. John 

vi. 27. 

jj-^^.^^ I > i'^ ^^^ ^^- o"TpaT£ta — occurs here only. 

— ^i.^t-lLL, do violence — Siao-citrr/Te — Ethpaal fut. 2. pi. (with ]J, for 

imperat.) of r-i(H^) Ethpa. j-^^^Z] , Annoyed, ivas insolent. Occurs 
here only. 

— ^r> m \/ ^ accuse falsely, oppress — -Gr. (rvKocf}avTi](TrjT€ — Fut. 2. pi. 
W. C. 54 



426 S. LUKE III. 14—23. 

Ver. 14. (for imperat.) of *Q_«_L, Opjn'essed, acted inijustly. Occurs here 
only in the N.T. 

Heb. pti'y, Ps. cv. U; cxix. 122. 

— ^nA . 1 mg>i| your wages — Gr. rots oi//wviots v/xoDv — PI. de£. with aff. 
of ] A . 1 m g^ I noun fern, def derived from the Gr. word, Mili- 
tary j>ay. Occurs here only in the N.T. — Other writers use it in 
the form "JA^aai^"! or "jA-k-LTO^I. — PI. def. "JAi-LTCLa") , or 
jA . inmg-^j jAj_LCa^|. 
Transl. And let your loages he sufficient for you. 

■n 7 

15 __»5 jiD, Transl. And when the people were in expectation concern- 
ing John, and all of them mused in their hearts as to whether he 
were the Christ. 

17 r-^.Kj|> OOl, Transh Who holds the fan in His hand, and jjurges 

His floors. 

18 •-23I, Transl. And tnany other things also he taught and 2^'>'^((ched 

unto the people. 

20. fn » '-^ „> he shut up (aff. pleon.) — KareKXeLo-e — Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. 
. • njg (Acts xvi. 24; Rom. xi. .32; Gal. iii. 22), Confined, en- 
closed, included, confirmed hj an oath, Hebi'. vi. 17. — Pret. 3. pi. 
o ■ n>^, S. Luke V. 6. — 2. pi. ^Z\ ■ n kj, Acts v. 25 — Fut. 
.-•QJ2LKKJ Inf. . m '-^ v >.V)\^ with aff. Gal. iv. 17 Part. Peil 

X IX _ 7 

. » . »-^ K> p]. . m . «-^ 1..^ coalescing with ^ >■», Gal. iii. 23. 
Deriv. ( t ooo v.^ noun masc. def. Prison, distress. Acts viii. 33; 
Rora. viii. 35.— PI. def. ]i_iao>j, 2 Cor. vi. 4; xii. 10; Hebr. 
xi. 36. 

Heb. ^inri) Bound on, girded, Exod. xxix. 9: — Saddled an 

~ T 

ass, Gen. xxii. 3; Numb. xxii. 21. — Pi Bound up wounds, Ps. 
cxlvii. 3. 

. ♦. 7 

22 Z.q1d,^, Transl. In the likeness of the body (i.e. in the bodily 

likeness) of a dove. 

» i> 7 •^ 

23. (OCn ;£DArDlD, was repu'cd, supposed — Gr. ivo/xl^iTO — -Ethpeel part. 



S. LUKE III. 23—38. IV. 1-lG. 427 

Ver. 23. (forming imperf. tense) of ^^£D, Thoughi, considered. — Ethpe, 

^TdAjx], Was tlwught Fut. ^IdAihj, 1. sing. ti^AcDf, 2 Cor. 

X. 9. 
Transl. And Jesus Himself loas about thirty years of age, and was 
re'puted the son of Joseph, &c. 

38. ]aT_^ r^?' "^^^^ toas from God — Gr. rov ©eoS. 



CHAPTER IV. 

t 7 7 

1 OlZ-t^jO, Transl. And the Spirit led Him into the wilderness, (2) 

forty days, that He might he temjyted of the devil. And He did eat 
oiothing in those days, and when He had completed them, at the end 
He hungered. 

8 P^) Transl. And Jesus answered and said unto him, It is luritten, 

&c. — The words, vVaye 07rtcra» fxov, 1,aTava, are wanting in the Sin. 
and Vat. MSS., and in the Vulg. and other Versions. 

^ 7 7 _ ^ 

13. P-Ol r^, lontil the season — axpi Kaipov — Compare S. John xiv. 30, and 

S. Luke xxii. 53. 
16. «_».^5Z.|, He had been brought up — ijv T£^paju,/xevos — Ethpaal pret. 3. 

sing, of \^y, Increased. — Pa. •_kJD3 (1 Coi\ iii. 6), Made to in- 

.7 7 

crease, grow; brought up, nurtured. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. Z\j_o5, 
1 Tim. V. 10;— with aff. Acts vii. 21 Fut. j^^J, 2 Cor. ix. 10. 

7 7 _ "J ■" '' 

Imperat. pi. QJDJ, Eph. vi. 4 Part. (o;V)^ Acts xiv. 16; 

1 Cor. iii. 7 Ethpa. Was made to grow, was nurtured, Gr. dvc- 

Tpafftr), Acts vii. 20. — Pret. 1. sing. Z\.j.n?Z.(, Acts xxii. 3 Fut. 

]i>Aj, 2. pi. ^jZZ", 1 S. Pet. ii. 2 Part. "(^jAk?, 1 Tim. iv. 

6.— PI. masc. ^^5Ak), 2 S. Pet. iii. 18. 

.OK 7 

Deriv, f 1..,*.^;.Sd, noun masc. def. (from Pael part.), An educator. 

•^o•^ 70.. 7 7 

.CDjOJOlj .^010 \ » *~);.V? ;jli, lit. son of the educators of Herod, 
i.e. bred up or educated together with him, Acts xiii. 1. 

|Aj_0>Z., noun fcm. def Increase, Eph. i\^ 16; Phil, i. 25; 
Col. ii. 19. 



428 S. LUKE IV. 17—24. 

Ver. 17 ojAao, Transl. And Jesus opened the book, and found the 

2)lace, &c. 

.0.-K7T. 

18. (*^ \ t^'^^Z., the broken-hearted — tovs uvvT^TpLixixivov; ttjv KapSiav — 

Part. Peil pi. constr. of iJ^L, Broke: — see note, S. Matt. xii. 20. — 
PI. def. |';_»jdZ, the bruised, Gr. TeOpava-fievovs, in this verse. 

— ( ' *^ » \^ to the ca2')tives — atp^/iaXwrots — Part. Peil pi. def. of plX», 

Took captive; see note, eh. viii. 29, below. Part. Peil {,rS >, def. 
\ - *^ ^ , used as a noun, A captive, Col. iv. 10; Philem. ver. 23. — 
Fern. def. (Aa.i:i*, Captivity, Eph. iv. 8. 

Heb. part. pass. pi. D^^USJ', Isa. Ixi. 1.— Fern. yT\ HVl^, 
Captives of the sword. Gen. xxxi. 26. 

— mW^) sight — Gr. dvap\€\j/Lv — Noun masc. def. — [_iV*<>>^) by sight, Gr. 

8ta ctSous, 2 Cor. V. 7. — Occurs in the N.T. in these places only. — 
P. |]-»o, Saio. 

19. |A\«-^nVn acceptable — Scktov — Pael part, pass. fern. def. of \\*So, 

Pa. nN*^*^^ Received: — see note, S. John i. 11 Part. pass. 

\\«~^riVn Acts X. 35; xxviii. 22. Commonly used as an adj., as 
Rom. XV. 16 Def. jVonVn Rom. xii. 2; 2 Cor. vi. 2; Phil. 

'"^^^ '-^W U^jfi''' ^^''^^ *^ acceptable, 1 Tim. ii. 
3; V. 4. — Def. also, Rom. xii. 1. — PL masc. . \^nV) 1 g. Pet. 
ii. 5. 

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20. y^ , He closed, lit. rolled up the scroll — Gr. Trrv'^a?. 

Transl. And He rolled up the book, and gave it to the minister, and 
toent {and) sat down. And {as for) all that {loere) in the syna- 
gogue, their eyes loere gazing upon Him. 

21. ^Q-H^Jj^O, in your ears — iv toTs wa\v vfjuZv — Some Editions read 

^QJIl^JpfjO), which is in your ears. 

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23. iJ^^, surely, j)erhaps — Gr. Travrws — See note, S. Matt. xi. 21. 

— .... ^20, Transl. And all that we have lieard that Thou hast done, &c. 

24. v>*SnAlb?, who {is) accepted — Gr. Sckto's ccttiv — Ethpaal part, of 

^^D, Pa. ^orj, Received. — Ethpa. ^\rLoZ"), Was received. — . 



S. LUKE IV. 24— 3G. 429 

Ver. 24. Pret. 3. pi. n\Ao7'|" Acts xv. 4 Fut. WnoAj, fern, (with- 
out final ._») \\'^r\/ / ^ Rom. xv. 31. 
Transl. There is no Fj-ophet who is accepted, &c. 
26. 5)Zl»J, ivas sent—eTrefxcjiOrj—'Eih-peel pret. 3. sing, of 5,_», Pa. 5,_», 
Sent. — Some Editions here read Ethpa. 55Zl»(. 

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28 r^O, Transl. And ivhen they who wei'e in the synagogue heard these 

thirigs, they were all filled loith ivrath. 

^ . '•^ . . \ PsDi-L, unto the brow — ews t^s o^pros — Noun masc. def. 

The summit of a hill. Occurs here only in the JST.T. 

Heb, p^ll, A mountain summit. — PI. D''i3J!3il ^IH? ^ mountain 

of summits, Ps. Ixviii. 16. 
Transl. the last clause. That they might cast Him down from the 

precipice. 

32. Zooi ] |\ \ ^^, was endued ivith poioer — Gr. Iv i^ova-Lo. ^v — Pael part, 

fern, forming imperf tense. See note, S. Matt. vii. 29. 

7 ^ 

33. %£LL1 , he cried out — dveKpa^e — Yerb Peal pret. 3. sing. Occurs in 

Peal here only, and in Aph. part. pi. ver. 41 ; xxiii. 5, below. 

Heb. pV], Ps. xxii. 6; cxlii. 2. — Cogn. pV^, Gen. xxvii. 
34; Ps. xxxiv. 18.— Chald. p^T, Dan. vi. 21. 

35. I>0,!iD OlO sj^i^D \1 fD, when he had hurt him not at all, i.e. without 

7 

doing him any hurt — Gr. jx-qhlv fiXdif/av avrov — »>j;£D, verb Peal 
pret. properly, Poured out, inundated, overhung ; Avhence, Laid 

waste, destroyed, did injury to (»^). — Put. ojO^TQJ. — Occurs 
here only in the N.T., though common elsewhere. 

Heb. )1^D> f'^it, rrnDV part. pass. Pl'l'^D) Extended on a couch, 
Amos vi. 4, 7: — Hung over, loas redundant, Exod. xxvi. 12, 13. 
Whence HIDj The remnant, s^iperfluity, ver. 12. 

36. JOTIdZ, amazement — Od/jifSo's — so also ch. v. 9; eKara(n<;, ch. v. 26, 

Acts X. 10. — Noun masc. def. Wonder, astonishment, a trance. — 

R. OlSbZ, Was amazed. 

Compare Heb. pn^^l> Deut. xxviii. 28 (with ^^7); Zech. 
xii. 4. — Chald. H/bifH, -^ miracle, loonder. PI. pnpri) def. t«5*n^n, 
Dan. iii. 32, 33; vi'. 28. 
Transl. And amazement seized on every man. 



430 S. LUKE IV. 36—42. V. 2—14. 

Ver. 3G. I^Q^, it (sc. ]A_1Sd) commandeth — So the Vienna and most Edi- 
tions. Scliaaf, following the Par. and Lond. Polyglotts, reads , og^ 

40 ^01 \d, Transl. All they that had sick {persons), v}ho [were) sick 

with divers diseases, &c. 

41. ,^ I nS]^0, crying out — Kpa^ovra — Aphel part. pi. of > ov ]^ see note, 

ver, 33, above. — Aj^h. ■ n v^ j same as Peal. — Part. - nv]^i-> 

Heb. Hiph. p^yTPl, Caused to assemble, be 2'>i''oclaimed, 2 Sam. 
XX. 4; Jon. iii. 7. 

. 7 -R 7. 

42. (iDQ>»5 01^ ^_l, at the dawning of tlte day — Gr. yevo/xeViys -^jxepas. 

CHAPTER V. 

.-R P 7 

2 lr-*\'^» Transl. And the fishermen that were gone out of them, and 

were mending their nets. 

Icy 
f^^O, Transl. And one of them was Simon Peters. And Jesus went 

up (and) sat in it; and desired that they would thrust it a little 

from the land to the waters; and He sat down, &e. 

4. lyj ^J^, for a draught — cis aypav — Noun masc. def. A prey, taken in 

hunting or fishing. Occurs in the N.T. only here and ver, 9, 

below, — R, 50 ♦ 3f , Took, in hunting he. 

Heb. *7^1if, masc. The chase, Gen, x. 9; xxv, 27: — Game, 

venison, &c., oh. xxv. 28; xxvii. 5, &c. : — Food generally, Ps, 

cxxxii. 15. — Also rn^5C> fern. Provision, Gen. xlii. 25; xlv. 21; 

T •• 

Ps. Ixviii. 25. 
.. y T 7 .7 

7 fc-»001 ■ *^ »'rQ? >*-'l' Transl. So that they loere near to sink. 

8 |j I \L^, Transl. / beseech Thee, my Lord, depart from me, for I 

am. a sinfid man. 
10 jj»G1 ^^, Transl. From henceforth the sons of man shalt thou 

catch for life, or, unto life. 
12 jZ(, Transl. There came a certain man icho toas all (lit. all of him) 

full of leprosy; lie saw Jesus, and fell on his face, <fec. 

»> 7 

14 01, n<=^0, Transl. Atul He charged him, Tell no man, hut go, «kc. 



S. LUKE V. 15—39. 431 

Ver. 15 VlSnjfci^Q^, Transl. To hear from Ilim, and to he healed of 

their infirmities. 

29. 1 1 no O, a feast — So^v/V — Def. of ^^Q-D, noun masc. Lit. A reception 
of friends, as the Gr. hoxq, from Sep^ojuat, to receive, rendered in ch. 
xiv. 13, by the same word. — Constr. |Zq.£1a.^ ^OlOQ-D, Thanhs- 
giving, Gr. evxapia-Tia, Rev. iv. 9; vii. 12. — R. ^oCLO, Pa. 
deceived. 

30 —juJL^JO, Transl, And the Scribes and Pharisees murrnured, and 

said to His discijiles, &c. 

31 P^TdALd ]J, Transl. The j^hysician is not required for the whole, 

but, &c. 

33, AjP_i.!^], often, perseveringly — Gr. -jrvKva. — Adverb, By all means, 
Gr. TravTo)?, Acts xviii. 21. — Always, Gr. SiaTravros, Acts xxiv. 16 : 
— dSiaXeLTTTOi'?, 1 Thess. ii. 13: — dec, 2 S. Pet. i. 12, — Often, t/te 
oftener, Gi'. irvKvoTepov, Acts xxiv. 26. — Formed from part. Peil of 
—So I, Persevered, teas constant. 

34 —i-kkHjuLd (J, Transl. Ye cannot make the children of the bride- 
chamber fast, &c. 

36, 5^0, rending, rendeth — crx^(ra<;. Sin. and Vat. MSS. — Part, of 5,_0 ,JD 
(or, according to some, 5Q_0 ^), Cut, rent. Occurs here only in 
the N.T. — Cogn, j^i r-ti- 

Cogn. Heb. Tl^, Cut into, metaph. Decided U2')on (7V), Ps. 
xciv. 21. — Also *]!)]!, the same, metaph. Rushed upon, overcaine, 
as a troop, Gen, xlix. 19. — Chald. *nil, Cut, hewed doion, a tree, 
Dan. iv. 11, 20. 
Transl. No man rendeth a piece from a new garment, and putteth (it) 
on an old garment; lest ((Jj) he 7'end the neio, and the ^;wce that 
(is) from the new fill not up (or, agree not with) the old. 

37 ViV^^j Transl. The new wine bursts the bottles, and the wine itself 

is spjilled, and the bottles perish. (38) Bat they put new wine 
into new bottles, kc. 

X 7 , 

39. ^ I m*^, soft, mellow, the special characteristic of old wine, Ecclus, 
ix. 10. — Gr. x/J^o-TOTcpos. The Sin. and Vat. read \pr}(TT6<; ccttii/. 



432 S. LUKE VI. 1—12. 



CHAPTER yi. 
/ 

Ver. 1 __»5 JOOI, Transl. And it came to j)ciss on the Sabbath, when 

Jesus was ivalking through the corn-fields. The word SeuTcpoTrpwrw 

is wanting in the Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

7 10 

— 0001 — .k-O^, they rubbed — Gr. >/'w;(0VTes — Part. pi. (forming imperf. 

~ 7 

tense) of j,*;^, Broke, ground to pieces. Compare Lat. frico. — 
Occurs here only in the N.T. 

The verb does not occur in Heb. but its derivative 'Tj^^lj 
Crushing, oppression, Exod. i. 13, 14; Lev. xxv. 43, 46. 
Transl. That (o) His discijjles plucked the ears, a^id rubbed (them) in 
their hands, and did eat. 

8 __i5 001, Transl. But He, ivho knew their thoughts, said to the 

man whose hand (was) withered, Rise (and) go to the midst of the 
synagogue. And when he went and stood up, (9) Jesus said unto 
them, I loill ask you. What is laio/ul to do on the Sabbath day? 
that which (is) good, or that lohich (is) evil? to save life, or to 
destroy ? 

10. OT-ii r^'O) ^^(^^ *<^*<^ io '^*"^ — Grr. ctTre t<3 avdpioTrta — The Alex. MS. 

reads ctTrev avrio. 

7 7 

— %^.».2>0, and he stretched forth — Gr. 6 Se iTroirja-ev ovto) — The Sin. MS. 

reads 6 Se i^ereivev. 

— rr\/ .'^ *•', its companion, i.e. the other — Gr. r] aXXr] — Similarly S. Matt. 

xii. 13. 
Transl. And his hand was restored as the other. The word vytT^'s is 
wanting in the Alex. MS. 

11. jlCLQQjvj, envy — Gr. cEvotas — See note, S. Matt, xxvii. 18. 

12. JOOI 01-1 1, He had continued all night, spent the night — Gr. -^v StawK- 

Ttpcv'wv — Apliel pret. 3. sing, forming pluperf. tense of Ol^^, 
Shone. — Aph. Gave light, caused to shine; made daybreak appear 
while occupied in prayer. 



S. LUKE VI. 12—3.3. 433 

Ver. 12. Heb. rT^in? Illuminated, Ps. xviii. 29; Isa. xiii. 10. 

Transl. And tliere He had spent the night in the prayer {worship) of 
God. 

. o 7 

15. (11^; the zealous, Zelotes — Z-qXwTrjv — so also Acts i. 13 Novm masc. 

def. One who is zealous, Acts xxii. 3. — PI. def. |ij_^, Acts xxi. 
20; 1 Cor. xiv. 12; IS. Pet. iii. 13.— Pt. ,_J_^ ^, Was zealous, 
envied. 

16. .*~^n o V . j_^ \'iOT\-k , Judas the son of James — Gr. lov^av IaKw/3ov, — 

•X 7 -K . £) .7 

so also Acts i. 13. — »liQ_Q2i_iJ __»5 [j^\, Gr. aSeA<^os 8e 'IaKw/3ov, 
S. Jude ver. 1. 

17 JjtJLDO, Transl, And a great company of His disciples (so Sin. 

and Vat. MSS.), and a multitude of the crowd of the people. 

. I> 7 1> 

— PsHj }_2i£D ^^,from the shore of the sea, from the sea-coast — Gr. oltto 

.... T^s irapaXiov. 

18 0^|?> Transl. Who came to hear His Word. 

»*.. 7 7 .07 

25. (Snff), tJiefuUones — ol e/xTrcTrXiyo-^eVot — PI. def. of ^ilUCD, def. (v*^m 

7 

noun masc. One that is full, satiated. — P. ^ICiCD, Was satiated. 
Whence also 

(\nfP, Fulness, satiety, Phil. iv. 12. 

Heb. '^^^, Full, Gen. xxv. 8; 1 Sam. ii. 5 :— and j;^^', 
Fulness, plenty. Gen. xli. 29. 

— <Q.^*^|Z.Z, ye shall mourn — irevOrja-eTC — Ethpeel fut. 2. pi. of \^], 

Mourned. — Ethpe. V^"|Z], the same. — Pret. 3. pi. O^r^lZ], 

Acts viii. 2. Fut. ^lAj, 1. sing. ^]ZV, 2 Cor. xii. 21.— 

3. pi. ^oNn'lAj, Rev. xviii. 9, 11; ^oI^ZAj, ver. 15 Im- 

perat. pi. oNnlZ], S. James iv. 9. 

33. ^_a>C5]-^iD, doing good, (that) do good — tovs aya^oTroioSvras — Aphel 
part. pi. of *::i\^, Was good, cheerful, lighthearted. — Aph. ^1:^1^], 

U7 
J Imperat. pi. 

QjoUf. ver. 35, below Part. ^]^. 

w. ('. 55 



434 S. LUKE VI. 33—38. 

Ver. 33. Heb. ^StD, TF«s vieny, 1 Sam. xxv. 36; 2 Sam. xiii. 28; 
Esth. i. 10.— Hiph. i^lO\'l, ^tO\'l, ^id good to (S), 1 Sam. xxv. 
31. 

0> .7 T 7 

34. %0L3\ - g^pVn ye le7icl — Sav€t^i7Tc — Aphel part. pi. (forming pres. 

tense) of .«^Vi, Borrowed — A ph. ^^lol, Ze«<.__Imperat. pi. 
a£5lo'), ver. 35, below Part. w^lQiD. 

— ,ClL;^Z.Z.5 , ^/«a< ye s/ta?^ receive, to receive — Gr. atroXa^dv — Ethpeel 

7 7 .»-»i 

fut. 2. pi. of K>'f^ , Recompensed. — Ethpe. ^•f2iL\ , Was recompensed, 
received recompense or return; loas rewarded, punished. — Pret. 

1. pi. ^^^Zf, ch. xxiii. 41 Fut. vi[^Aj, 2 Cor. v. 10.— 3. pi. 

^Oi^^Aj, in this verse; 2 Thess. i. 9 Part. Vi^^Alo, Eph. vi. 8; 

Col. iii. 25. 

35. •-•-3(5 li.'^iO ^oom<yi/ |Jo, a7id cut not off the hope of any man, i.e. 

cause none to despair. The Sin. MS. here reads fxiq^iva dirfXTri- 

^OVTCS. 

J5Q-21.D, <Ae unthankful — tovs axaptb-Tovs — PI. def. of ^n e^n def. 

• J X 

jin i>>n^ noun masc. One toho is ungrateful, denies a benefit; a 
denier of truth, unbeliever. Occurs here only in the N.T. — R. 

7 

;_21D, Denied. 
38. lZ;LLjk_D5, pressed down — TreTrico-yxevov — Part. Peil fern. def. of ^1^5, 

■X •" 

Compressed, expanded by pressure. — Fut. ^n O; i Part. Peil 

WaO?, def. p^u-O), used as an adj. Pressed together, — and as a 
subst. The firmament. Occurs here only in the N.T. 

Heb. yp^, Stamped with the foot, as an expression of dislike, 
or exultation, Ezek. vi. 11; xxv. 6. Spread out, Vs. cxxxvi. 6. — 

Deriv. yp*l> The firmament. Gen. i. 6, &c.; Ps. xix. 2 Pi. 

yp"), Beat out; — whence Vpl, ^ thin plate, Numb. xvii. 3, 4. 

.I-. 7 7 

— (Av<yi » Kn running over — vir€p(.K-)(yv6fitvov — Pael pai't. pass. fem. def. 

7 7 -^ 7 7 

of \\<^ » _ Abounded, overflowed. — Fut. ^^ ''^ • ^ Pa. V\<=^ j, 

7 7 

Poured forth in •abundance. — Part. pass. \J.a_«isD, Rom. v. 5.__ 

7 7 -Ti 

Ethpa. ^laA^I, Was poured out cojjiously.— Tret. 3. sing. fem. 
'l:I^L.»]\ Acts X. 45.-3. pi. Q-liiZ^f 1 S. Pet ii. 10. 



S. LUKE VI. 38—48. 435 

Ver. 38. Deriv. ^iSQ_», noun masc. Effusion. — Def. p.SQ_». — Constr. 

(Id J ^12Q_», shedding ofhlood, Hebr. ix. 22. 

The Heb. root does not occur, but its derivatives yfi^', m. 

Abundance, Deut. xxxiii. 19 : — and nVSSJ'j f- Multitude, Isa. Ix. 6. 

Ti'ansl. In measure, good, and pressed down, and overflowing, shall 

they cast into your bosoms. 

39. n;O ^V^\ j to lead — oSrjyeLv — Pael infinitive; — see note, S. John xvi. 

13. — This is the reading of the Par. and Lond. Polyglotts: the 

Vienna and other Editions read Of^,iQA, Aph. infin. 

40 A-k.-k, Transl. There is not a disci2)le ivho (is) above his master. 

«p IP 
41 jA-»;-0, Transl. But the beam, lohich is in thine own eye, is not 

perceived by thee, or, is not aj^parent to thee. So also in the next 

verse. 

43 Aj] ]j , Transh There is not a good tree that bringeth forth, &c. 

44. _.j_2l^jD, gathering — they gatlier — Tpv-^Oxji — Part. j^l. of ^Si-^uO (Rev. 

xiv. 19), PlucJced or reaped fruit, kc. — Fut. «^Q^QJ Iniperat. 

t^O.^, Rev. xiv. 18 Part. x2i^. 

Heb. b^p, Deut. xxiii. 26. 
Transl. For, do men collect frotn thorns, Jigs? Neither from a bramble 
do they gather grapes. 

.P V 

45 li'^Hv Transl. A good man out of the good treasures that [are) in 

his heart bringeth forth good things; and an evil man out of the 
evil treasures that {are) in his heart bringeth forth evil things: for 
out of the abundance (pi. constr.) of the heart the lips speak. 

48. . O^nV O, and deepened — koX i^dOwe — Pael pret. 3. sing. (Peal not 
used), Made deep, excavated. — Occurs here only in the N.T. 

Heb. pDy> fl'tts dee]}, Ps. xcii. 6. Hiph. p'^^'^H, Miule deep^ 
Isa. vii. 11. 
Transl. lit. And digged and deepened, i. e. digged deeply. 

— lU^ (pron. meleyo), the flood — Gr. ■7r\rjiJiix.vpa<; — Noun masc. def. — Lit. 
17ie plenitude, fulness of waters. — Occurs only in this verse. — R. 
(JiD, Was full; — whence also 



436 S. LUKE VI. 48, 49. VII. 1—6. 

Ver. 48. Deriv. 1|ISd (pron. m^loyo), noun'masc. def. Fulness, 1 Cor. x. 26. 

1 > \ nV> noun masc. def. Fulfilment, accomplishment, Acts iii. 21 ; 

xxi. 26, &c. 
A J \ > \V) ^ adv. Fully, plainly, ferfectly, Acts xviii. 25, &c. 

Compare Heb. JlXz/bj Fulness, abundance, specially used of 

T •• ; 

first-fruits of corn or wine, Exod. xxii. 28; Numb, xviii. 27. 
Transl. And when the flood came (was), tJie flood beat against that 
house, and. . . .for its foundation was laid on the rock. 
49. ] ;C^v ^\L, upon the earth — liu. r-qv y^v — Def of ^2lL, noun masc. 
Dry earth, sand; du^t, 1 Cor. xv. 49; Rev. xviii. 19. — Whence 
the adjective 
|j^2ll, Earthy, 1 Cor. xv. 47, 48.— PI. def. ]j;<^S, ver. 48. 
Heb. *l3y> Dust, Gen. ii. 7; Ps. xviii. 43, <fec. 

T ^ 

— .... ^O, Transl. And lohen the stream beat against it, &c. 



CHAPTER VII. 

•"77. _ , , ^ 

1. mA vVn » Vn\ to the hearing, in tlie audience (afi! pi.) — Gr. cis ras 

vVr> « V>^ noun fem. Hearing, obedience.^Def. (AvVn ^ V*^ 

1 Cor. xii. 17; IS. Pet. i. 2.— R. ^iki*, Heard.— Whence also 

7 7 «<> 7 

the masc. form MklAiD, def. (v^« V>^ Rom. xv. 18; xvi. 26. — 

^ .■« 7 7 

Consti*. (Jjj u V> • Vn the hea^'ing of the ear, i.e. obedience, Rom. 

vi. 16; X. 17. 

Heb. ytotJ'^, masc. Isa. xi. 3. — T\''^'!2^f^i f^m. Obedience, 

access to a 2'>'>'i>ice, body-guard, 1 Sam. xxii, 14; 2 Sam. xxiii. 23. 
3 1^]-J? >»-*l> Transl. That He would come {and) give life to {preserve 

in life) his servant. 

4 1q-») Transl. He is worthy for whom Tliou wilt do this. 

6. V^Vnv Z )Jj trouble not Thyself — fx-rj (tkvWov — Put. 2. sing, (for imperat.) 

nf V^VoV j Took trouble, toiled, laboured— -Vrei. 1. sing. tSSn\, 

Phil. ii. 16 Put. ^aSJ:— 2. pi. j\V>sZ", Rom. xv. 30 



S. LUKE VII. 6—25. 437 

Ver. 6. Part. ^\klL, Acts xxiv. 16 3 Col. i. 29 ; iv. 12.— PI. masc. ,_.AklL, 

1 Thess. ii. 9. 

Heb. S/b^, Toiled, Ps. cxxvii. 1. 

.0.777 
8. pj ,'"^v»Vnj^ who am subjected, set under authority — Taa-croix^vos — 
~ * _ 7 _ 

Shaphel part. pass, (forming pres. tense) of ^Ti.Vt, Bid, worked. — 

■n 7 

Shaph. r^lL^, Made subject, brought under subjection, 1 Cor. xv. 

27, 28; Eph. i. 22; Hebr. ii. 5, 8;— with aif. Rom. viii. 20.— 

. ■« 7 ^ .1. 7 

Pret. 2. sing. L,'~)\», Hebr. ii. 8. — 1. sing. Lji::^!^,^, 1 Cor. ix. 

19 Put. .'^v^ V 3. pi. ^.nSa 1, with aff. Acts vii. 6; Gal. 

' -x p 7 ^ 

ii. 4 Inf. n^«-^v » VnX^ Gal. iv. 9, where the Vien. and Ed. Reg. 

read defectively n^*^ « V)\ and Par. and Lond. n^'-ivA « V>\^ 

Gr. SouXcuai/ Part. .Avlvn 1 Cor. ix. 27; 2 Cor. xi. 20; 

I 7 

S. James iii. 2 Part. pass. pi. masc. — -t,nS ■ V), Gal. iv. 3; 

Tit. iii. 3 (Gr. SovXewvres); Hebr. ii. 15. — Constr. kj^^HsufclD, 

2 Tim. iii. 3.— PL fem. ^J'^vlvn Tit. ii. 3. 

Deriv. ,«~^vn » ^ noun masc. Obedience, subjection^ 1 Tim. ii. 1 1 ; — 
With ]]", Unruly, Tit. i. 6.— Def. 1^^ia.«, 1 Tim. iii. 4; with aff. 

Gal. ii. 5. 

7 ,. I . .7 
11 .-»010, > V)\Z.O, Transl. j4?zc^ His disciides with Him, and much 

people. The Sin. and Yat. MSS. omit LKavoC. 

12. — >0 W) j^ IV-Ki, He saw {men) carrying out — Gr. kol iSov, iicKOfiilero 

— Pael pai't. pi. of |C1A or c-iO-^, Adhered to, kept company with 

—Put. IoXj. 
1.7 
Pa. «_»a.A, Accompanied, brought on their way. — Pret. 3, sing. 

fem. ZucA, Acts xv. 3.-3. pi. Q-iOlL, Avith aff. ch. xx. 38 Put. 

lo^, 2. sing. ^ClLL, Tit. iii. 13.— 2. pi. ^olLZ, with aff. Rom. 

XV. 24; 1 Cor. xvi. 6; 2 Cor. i. 16 Imperat. lo^, pi. o]aX, 

with aff. 1 Cor. xvi. 11 Ethpaal ^O^Z], Conducted. — Pret. 3. 

1.7 . - -J, 
pi. iO\Z.(, Acts xvii. 15. 

Heb. JTl^, Accompanied, Eccles. viii. 15. 

25. Pkj.'Ti >^, gorgeous — Gr. eVSo'^u) — Pael part. pass. pi. dcf. of -^'^'^jt , 

Praised. See note, S. John viii. 54. 



438 S. LUKE VII. 25—38. 

Ver. 25. fruo g^O, in delicacies — Gr, Tpv(f>y — PI. def. of ]n loe^ noun 
masc. clef. Luxury. Occurs here only in the N.T. R. %CL±£i, Pa. 
fcQ.J_2, Beared in luxury. — Ethpa. *Q_1_£)Z.|, Was devoted to enjoy- 
ment, lived luxuriously. — Part. pi. - o i c^Ayi 2 S. Pet. ii. 13. 
Heb. Pi. pi)3, Treated delicately, Pro v. xxix. 21. 

28 r^|> Transl. / say unto you. — The Sin. and Vat. MSS. omit yap. 

29. Q-05], they Justified — eSi/catWav — Pael pret. 3. pi. of *D5l, Was just, 

used only in its participle ;— see note, ch. xxiv. 46, beloAv. 

Pa. \0')}, Accounted or 2^t'onounced just, Rom. viii. 30; — 

"JOOI *0)1, Acts iii. 13 Put. so{\2, Rom. iii. 26; with aff. ch. 

iv. 25 — Inf. Q^jiLQlI, S. Luke x. 29 Part. ^DjiSo, Rom. iii. 

I 7 

30; iv. 5; ^A\\. 33. — PI. masc. ^.r^j^iiD, S. Luke xvi. 15._ 

7 7 

Part. pass. iDjV^, S. Luke xviii. 14. 

Heb. Pi. p'^^f. Declared just, justified, Job xxxii. 2; xxxiii. 32. 

30. ( 1 ,t *~)*, the will, counsel, "purpose of God — Gr. t?}v PovX-qv — Compare 

Acts ii. 23; iv. 28; xiii. 36; xx. 27; Eph. i. 11. 

31. The words etTre Se d Krptos are wanting in the Sin. Vat. and Alex. 

MSS. 

36 ]Z], Transl. And one of the Pharisees came (and) desired Him, &c. 

37 |ZAj jo, Transl. And there was a sinfal looman in that city; and 

lohen she knew, &c. 
38. Pkiii^liD, washing, began to wash — Gr. /Spix^i-v — Pael part. fem. of 

7 7 7 

MO., Dijjjied, tinged. — Pa. MIU* , the same. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. 

-.5' y 

ZlLrD* , ver. 44, below. 

Chald. Pa. J^^Vj Moistened, loatered; — part. pi. Dan. iv. 22 

Ithpa. ySbVJ^, fut. Dan. iv. 12, 20, 30; v. 21. 

— ZoOl (O ■ 1 V), she kissed, continued kissing — Karc^tXei — Pael part, 
fem. (forming imperf. tense) of -o » ^ , Kissed. 

Pa. *Q_«J, the same, Acts xx. 1. — Pi-et. 2. sing. A.O ■ 1, with 
aff. ver. 45, below (.so Par. and Loud. Polyglotts; — the Vienna 



S. LUKE VII. 38—44. VIII. 3—9. 439 

Ver. 38. Ed. and others read Peal). — 1. pi. ^^n a.l, Acts xxi. G Inf. 

rini m i^n\ ver. 45, below Pai't. pi. masc. _i_QjuL1d, Acts 

XX. 37. 

Heb. Pi. p^"j, Gen. xxxi. 28; xlv. 15; Ps. ii. 12. 

39. ~*~-^ m '■•^^ \t ^*6 considered, reflected — Gr. cittcv. 

IP 7 

OOl ^,-1 , Transl. //e would have known who she is, and what her 

character (fame) ; for a simmer is that woman who has touched 

Him. 
41. («^n f.t y^, creditor, lit. lord of debt — Gr. Saveio-r^ — See note, S. 

Matt. vi. 12. 
42 H-»|> Transl. Which of them, therefore, icill love him most? — So 

tbe Sin. Yat. and Alex. MSS., omitting eiTre. 

7 P 

43 ;*^rn, Transl. / suppose that he, to lohom much (or most) loas 

remitted. 
— Aj(^5Z, rightly — op^ws — So also, cli. x. 28; xx. 21. — Adv. Straight, 

loith a straight course. Acts xxi. 1. Der. from xJ>L, Directed. 

. p 7 7 ^ _ ^ 

44 01; Sm*^0, Transl. And loiped them loith her hair. The words 

T^s KeffioXrjs are wanting in the Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. 



CHAPTER VIII. 

3. ^cnX, to them — Gr. avT<S — The Vat. MS., Cod. Bezse, and some others, 
read awrois. 

5. \L.Kt'f£i, the fowls — Gr. rd Treretva rov ovpavov — Noun sing, used col- 
lectively. See note, S. Matt. vi. 26. 

G. jZaXo^Z, moisture — iK/AotSa — Noun fem. def. occurring here only. 

Transl. And immediately it sprung xip; and, because it had no 
moisture, it withered away. 

VPl - 7 
3^jj (o, Transl. And other fell on ground good and excellent. 

9 fc_iaici_ii|jO, Transl. And His disciples ashed Him what this parable 

might be. — So the Sin. and Vat. MSS., omitting Aeyovrc?. 



440 S. LUKE VIII. 10-26. 

Ver. 10 ^QJOlA, Transl. But to others (lit. to those ivho are the rest) 

it is spoken in parables. 
12 ^crL»Ajj, Transl. Are they that hear the Word. 

13 (J(, Transl. But their faith is of the time (i.e. temporary; and in 

the time of temptation they are offended. 
14 f \ >(, Transl. They that hear the Word, and are choked with 

care .... and yield no fruits. 
15. j/n i;0 . mV)o^ with patience — iv virofiov^ — Def. of n vo . mV> 

(2 Cor, xii. 12; Col. i. 11), noun fern. Patience, endurance. — R. 

1*^^^, Thought; — Pa. quadrilit. (Paiel) j-dj-TO, Sustained. 
20. 01^ O^Sbjo, and they told Him — Gr. kol air-qyyfX-q avTw — The Sin. 

and Vat. MSS. omit Xcyoj/Twv. 
22 n\m , Transl. Jesu^s ascended {and) sat in a ship, He and His 

disciples. 
N.B. The words koX dvijxdT^o-av are wanting in the Syr. 

23 |«-^ >; nOj Transl. And the ship was near to he sunk. 

24. fin m ^..Vn the billows — Gr. t<3 kXv8(ovl — PI. def. of v^O-a-KKLo, def. 

JjQ_«_kkLd, noun masc. A storm, tempest; in pi. Billows of the 

sea. — E,. ^\.«.>j, prop. Forged or hammered out metals. — Chald. 

/S^n> Crushed, subdued, Dan. ii. 40. — From the Syr. root is also 

derived |A\ m ^>^ noun fern. def. An ornament of gold or silver. 

—PI. def. ]aK1' r. 1 S. Pet. iii. 3. 

Compare Heb. D^^3^^) Waves, breakers (R. *li^, Broke), 

. T ; • _ - T 

Ps. xlii. 8; Ixxxviii. 8. — Q'*"^13^to, The loaves of the sea, Ps. 

T •• : ; • 

xciii. 4. 

— QjoJ, they ceased — cTravo-avTo — Pret. 3. pi. of o.jQJ ov>J, Was quiet, 

ceased. 

Heb. nii) Rested, Exod. xx. 11; Ps. cxxv, 3. 

25 n 1 V) Transl. Who is this, that commands even the winds, and the 

waves, and tlie sea, and they obey Him ? 

T- . -h 7 ^ 7 

2G. oZ.|0 0550, aJid they rowed and came — Gr. koL KariirXiva-av. 

— WOOQA li'^S.n, on the other side (and) oj^posite — Gr. avrnnpav. 



S. LUKE VIII. 29—32. 441 

Ver. 29. ](J\, see note, S. Matt. v. 46. 

— (001 ]liij, he was taken captive — Part, Peil (forming iraperf. tense) of 

(*^ • (Eph. iv. 8), Led captive, detained in captivity Fut. j*"^ « ^ 

Part. IrL*, Kom. vii. 23.— PI. > ^ -, 2 Tim. iii. 6;— coa- 

lescing with —J-j^, 2 Coi-. x. 5 Part. Peil def. pu^^, used as 

a noun; see note, cli. iv. 18, above. 

Deriv. ( > '^ »^ noun masc. def. Captivity, Rev. xiii. 10. 

Heb. ni^, Took captive, Gen. xxxiv. 29. — Deriv. ^^tJ^> 
T T • : 

Captivity, Ps, Ixxviii. 61. 
Transl. For long to him (was) the time since he was taken cajjtive hy 
05 is here treated as masculine; and \.£i±^ must therefore 
be regarded as masc. def. 

— Ilcm^, in fetters — TrcSats — PI. def. of \\*So, def. jldO, A chain, 

fetter. Occurs here only in the N.T. 

Heb. 7^3, A fetter, Ps. cv. 18; cxlix. 8. 
Transl. And lie ivas hound in chains, and guarded in fetters. 

— vj0105ciQD|, his bands — Gr, rci Secrfjid — PI. with aff. of 5aflDJ, def. 

JdCDJ, noun masc. A chain, bandage. — PL def. (jaro], Acts xx. 
23, &c. — Another form of this word occurs, ch. xiii. 16, below, 
where see note. — P. f.CD|, Bound. 

Heb. ^!)D5<, pL Dn,^DX, J^onds, Eccles. vii. 26 Chald. ^^DX, 

pl. r*l^DX, Dan. iv. 12; Ezr. vii. 26. 

30. ^Lq^ rr^' '^^^^^ ('*■) ^hy name? — ri crot eoriv ovofxa; — —SiD, interi'og. 

pi'on. usually of the person, here of the thing. 

31. (ibocnA-i, into the deep — ets tov afivcra-ov — Def of I>000lZ, noun 

masc. A depth, abyss, profundity. Occurs also, Rev. ix. 1, 2, 11; 
XX. 1, 3. 

Heb. Dinri) Chaos, Gen. i. 2 -.—Ocean-depth, ch. vii. 11; viii. 
2, &c. — Deep of the earth, Ps. Ixxi. 20. Some regard it as a 
primitive: others refer it to the R. D!)n> Raged. 

t\ 7 

32 »CQ.2Uj, Transl. That He loould suffer them to enter into the swine. 

w. c. 56 



442 S. LUKE VIII. 33—52. IX. 1—6. 

Ver. 33 Zt jZo. Compare S. Matt. viii. 32 (where see notes), and S. 

Mark V. 13. 

7 

34 QJDj^, Transl. They fled, and told {it), &c. — The Sin. Vat. and 

Alex. MSS. omit aTrcX^oVres. 

7 7 

35 Qja.2U0, Tran.sl. And the men went out to see ivhat was done; and 

came .... and found the man .... clothed, and restored to reason, 

aiul sitting, (fee. 
37 » vo n^ Transl. And all the multitude of the Gadarenes besought 

Him . . . .for a great fear had taken them; and Jesus .... and 

returned from them. 
40. I ( > .1 ff ( * ^ "^i , the great crowd, multitude — Gr. o o;(\o5. 
43. "JOCTI ^jZ, had issued — Part. Peil (forming pluperf. tense) of VXJZ, 

Opened, hurst open, and intrans. Lay extended. .^^Ynt. K>0)DJ. — 

Occurs here only in the N.T. 
Transl. Whose blood had issued forth twelve years. 
47. (J\LL-l pj, that she had not escaped Him, i.e. His notice — Gr. on ovk 

tXaOe — Pret. 3. sing. fern, with afF. of p^, see note, S. John vii. 47. 

. - 7 ■> 

— .... A\cM in Transl. Aoid fell down (and) worshipped Him — Gr. xat 

Trpoa-rreaovaa avTio. 

— Z;iiD|0, and she said, declared — Gr. ciTnfyyeiXei/ avrw — The Sin. Vat. 

and Alex. MSS. omit avraJ. 
50 ^5 vxaj»_», Transl. And Jesus heard, and said to the father of the 

damsel, &c. 
52. LL-iJ^ ;-»_-• ]J, for she is not dead. The Sin. and Vat. MSS. read 

ou yap aTTiOaviv. 



CHAPTER IX. 

1 Ir^O, Transl. And Jesus called His twelve, and gave them power, &c. 

5 _Lil\o, Transl. And to those tvho receive (Sep^wvrai, Sin. Vat. Alex.) 

you not, ichen ye go out . . . against them, for a testimony. 

7 7 

6 no«yi i n Transl. Aoul the Apostles departed, and went about in the 

villages and cities, and preached (the Gospel), &c. 



S. LUKE IX. 6—17. 443 

Yer. 6. ^oj ^^^£2, in every place, everywhere — Gr. Travraypv — mOJ, noun 
masc. See note, S. John v. 2. 

m, O 1. 7 

8 |_».OJ5, Transl. That a Prophet, of the old Prophets, is risen. 

Compare ver. 19, below. 
10 r^?0} Transl. And He took them apart into tlie desert region of 

Bethsaida, 

11. (/ n . m j N^j of healing — Gr. 6e.pairua<i — Def. of O *.ro(, noun fern. 

A cure. — PI. clef. ")2.aib], ch. xiii. 32, below; Acts iv. 30. — 
E. jro] , Healed. 

12. (I T^ \^ to decline, wear away — kXivciv — Inf. of ]J», Inclined, bent 

down, gave heed, submitted to, loas addicted to. — Fut. (J ^. — Part. 
Peil ]]• , pi. masc. _»._i>. , Acts viii. 10; 1 Tim. iii. 8 — Ethpeel 

- • ^ 1^ T 1 , Declined from the right way, erred. Fut. U-^ ^, 1. pi. 

Hebr. X. 23. 
— pnyc^'-^X^ to the hamlets — Gr. ets . . . tovs aypor's — PL def. of pO;.2LO, 
noun masc. diminutive from 'r^lD, A village, which appeai-s in tha 

•X 7 7 _ _ ,f -X 7 _ 

pr. name Sr>o ^^ \'^^ , Ca.pernaum. — Similarly, po^^I.4f, a little 
7nan, from r^i : — paa._l^, a little boy, from (.> \(j. — Properly, 
a collection of houses built nearly together, so as to afford mutual 

7 

p)rotection or shelter. — R. ^jS^, Covered. 

Heb. 1^3, A village, pi. D''133> Song of Sol. vii. 12: — and 
^b5, 1 Sam^vi. 18. 
Transl. Dismiss the croiods, that they may go to the villages that are 
around us, and to the hamlets, to lodge in them, and find for 
themselves food. 

7 7 7 7 . 7»-n 

13. _J-OlO _L_^1|, ice go and buy. A form, not commonly occurring, 

7 . 7.-R 

of pret. 3. pi. for ^-iJDl, \]| — The pret. used to express the 
subjunctive; see Cowper's Gr, § 2.13: (1). 

14 r^\, Transl. Jesus saith unto them, Make them sit down (by) 

companies, fifty men in a company. (15) A7id the disciples did 
so, &c. 

17. OjAjJ, that remadned — Gr. to TrepKraexjaav avToh — The Sin. MS. 
omits auTois. 



444- S. LUKE IX. 18—32. 

Ver. 18 ^O, Transl. And when He was fraying alone, and His dis- 

cijiles with Ilbn, He asked them, «tc. 
22 >m . io\ ^n ^n^ Transl. And they shall slay Him, and on the 

third day He shall rise again. 
26 |Z(j jliD, Transl. When he cometh in the glory of His Father, with 

His holy Angels. 
29. OOCn . n;«-^Vi^ they glittered, were glistering — Gr. I^aa-Tpdirruiv — 

Apliel part. pi. (forming imperf. tense^ of *0;^, Shone, glittered. — 

■J, .7 _ ^ •». 7 

Aph. *Q;^|, Made bright, became bright. — Part. JD;*^V), ch. 
xxiv. 4, belo"w-. 
Transl. And his garments were white, and tliey shone. 

7 7 1 

32. OOOl 0;.Q_i, had been heavy — ^crav P^PaprjixivoL — Pret. 3. pi. (forming 

~ 7 1 

pluperf. tense) of ^^_*, Was heavy, burdensome ; was laden, op- 
pressed with a weight. Pret. 1. sing. Zt^_», 2 Cor. xi. 9; xii. 13, 

IG Fut. j-Dp, 1. sing. ^r)f, 2 Cor. xi. 9; xii. 14.— 3. pi. vprJ^lj, 

S. Lukexxi. 34;— fern. ^;o]j, 1 Tim. v. 16.— 1. j-l. -Jc^, 1 Thess. 
ii. 9 ; 2 Thess. iii. 8. 
Deri v. ; o » ( ^ noun masc. Honour, glory, 1 Tim. vi. 1. — Uef |;.Q_»j, 
Rom. ill, 10, &c.— PI. clef. 1^1, Acts xxviii. 10; 2 S. Pet. i. 4. 

j / n. n > V^ (from Pa. part.) noun fem, clef. Costliness, Rev. 
xviii. 19. 

Heb. *1p*, TT'^as heavy; metaiih. Was dear, precious, Ps. xlix. 9; 
Ixxii. 14 : — Was difficult to comprehend, Ps. cxxxix. 17. 
— 0;_»_LZ.Z.J rn ..^ V>\n and hardly (i. e. loith difficulty) were they 
awakened — Gr. SiaypT^yopiycravTcs 8e', and when they were thoroughly 
awake. Those who are awakened with difficulty, become at last 
the more thorou^jhly roused to consciousness. 

m ^K<vn\^ adv. Hardly — Gr. /xoyts — See also ver. 39, below. 
Also Acts xxvii. 7, 8, 16 ; Rom. v. 7 ; 1 S. Pet. iv. 18, Gr. /xdAi?. 

-^ 7 7 

— Adverb, compounded of _rD_KKLD, Aph. part, of _CQjo, Was 
powerfid, and _^. — m ^..<-n\ _l0, scarcely, Gr. fi6XL<;, Acts xiv. 
17 (18). 



« S. LUKE IX. 33—43. 445 

Ver. 33. n » • g^Vi X^ ^o depart — Infin. of «-»^S, Separated, departed. 

The fern, termination in O, common to all tlie other conjugations, 

is rarely found in Peal. 
Transl. And when they began to depart from Him. 
34 o\ ».»^n Transl. And they feared, when tliey saw Moses and Elias 

enter into the cloud. 

38. - « \v fc_»_L2iZ.(, turn Thou to me. — Ethpeel imperat. of |J_2, Turned, 

returned. So again, ch. xxii. 32. The usual form is ._juJ-£3Z.|; 
here the vowel '' is remitted to the first radical, and the final wj 
becomes otiose. See Cowper's Gr. § 126. (3). 
Transl. Master, I beseech lliee, turn Thou to me : (this is) my son, 
which is the only one to me. 

39. l-tr^, passing, jyasses upon him — Gr. Xafij3dvu avrov — Part. fem. of 

j^, Passed over or by. — Fut. |yU Part. (,A, pi. masc. ',^, 

Acts XX. 19; IS. Pet. i. 6. 

Aphel wjr^l. Took away ; — with afi*. Acts xxiv, 7. 
Heb. T\1'^, Passed by. Job xxviii. 8.— Chald. n*TJ^, i<"lj^, 
Passed over or away, Dan. vi. 9, 13; vii. 14. — Came upon, with 
3, ch. iii. 27. — Passed or departed from, |^, ch. iv. 28. 
Transl. And a spirit passeth upon him; and suddenly he crieth out, 
and gnasheth his teeth, and foameth ; and it hardly departeth from 
him ivhen it hath bruised him. 

42. OimSV), threw him into convulsions — Gr. crvvecrirdpa^ev — (The cor- 

responding words in S. Mark ix. 26, are cnrapd^av avrov, Syr. 

-^ 7 . P 

aT-CLK>,^ ; see note there.) Aphel part, with aff. of ^CD»i., Pressed, 

I .7 

beat down. — Aph. wj.rD.i.(, Convxdsed ; accoi'ding to some, Caused 

to gnash the teeth Part. (mvV) — The word occurs here only in 

theN.T. 

Cogn. Heb. DDJ^, Trod doimi, Mai. iii. 21. 
Transl. And while he teas bringing him, the devil threw him down, 
and convulsed him. 

43. y£i^, was doing— Gr. i-n-otrjaev — The Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. read 



446 S. LUKE IX. 47—62. 

Ver. 47. K>11, knew—Gv. iSaJv — The Sin. and Vat. MSS. read ctSws. 
49 ]]> ^\^, Transl. Because he has not come with us after Tliee. 

50 ; i ■ 1 _1d, Transl. For he that is not against you is for you. So 

the Vat. MS. — The Sin. and Alex, read Ka6' v/xwv, vTrep i^fidov 

l(TTLV. 

51. GT.QAq.CD J, of His assumption — rrj<; avaXT^i/^cws avTov — (O \0 rD, noun 
masc. def. A taking, receiving up. R. . n \m^ Ascended. — Occurs 
here only. 

53 v^ j}^, Transl. Because His face was set to go to Jerusalem. 

X . 7 

64. fc£L»_CDZ.O, and consume — Gr. koX avaXcoo-at — Aphel fut. 3. sing. fern, 
(for «_»_2X_»_CDZ.) of «^Q.£D ».21CD, Came to an end, was destroyed, 

•X -X 9. « 

consumed Fut. .^CICQJ, 2. pi. ^a^OTDZ., Gal, v. 15 Aph. 

»^L*J3D(, Brought to an end, consumed.-^Yat. w£ujCQJ, with aff. 
pleon. 2 Thess. ii. 8. 

Heb. &!lD, Was at an end, ceased, was swept away, Ps. Ixxiii. 

19 Hiph. &*Dn> Consumed, Jer. viii. 13 Chald. &!lD, pret. 

3. sing. fern. H^Dj I>an. iv. 30 Aph. tlDX, fut. 3. sing. fern. 

flDn> Dan. ii. 44. 
Transl. Wilt Thou that we speak, and fire come down from Heaven 
and consume them, &c. 

7 

57 ,120, Transl. And as they went in the way. So also the Sin. and 

Vat. MSS. 
61 So, r)n\ Transl. But first permit me to go and hid farewell to my 

household (lit. to the sons of my house), and I will come. 
62. Pr^J i^r*-» ^^> Lit- to the jjlongh of the team — Gv. iir aporpov — 

P^ (or, in some Editions, p,^), noun fern. A 2)air or team of 

oxen for the plough ; or, The plough itself. See also oh. xvii. 7. 

7 e 

► , is fit — eu^cTo's i(TTiv — So Heb. vi. 7: — euxp^o-roi', Philem. ver. 

7 

11. Part, nf - ^ > « •■- Was useful, apt, needful, profitahle.—^^xt. 

fern. \^^ ^ '~\ Eph. iv. 29. 



# S. LUKE IX. 62. X. 1—22. 447 

Ver. 62. Deri v. V»-»-»Q-»-»> noun masc. def. Use, utility ^ 1 Tim. iv. 3; 

2 Tim. ii. 21. 
")A.K>..«.>j, noun fem. def. Use, necessity, Rom. i. 26, 27; 1 Cor. vii. 

31; Col. ii. 22, 23; 1 Tim. vi. 6. 
Q_K»-«Ljj, nonn fem. Utility, 2 Tim. ii. 16; Philem. ver. 11: — Force 

or validity, Hebr. ix. 17. 

Chald. n^'n, Was needful, Ezr. vi. 9.— n^n^'H, Need, ch. 

vii. 20. * 

Transl. No man putteth his hand to the plough, and looJceth behind 

him, and is fit for the Kingdom of God. 



CHAPTER X. 

1 ._»^^, Transl. Jesus separated from His disciples other seventy. 

2. jiblo, and He said — eXeyev ovv — The Sin. and Vat. MSS. read cXeycv 

11. '.' \ .. ; o \ , to US on our feet — So the Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. 

• 7 7 

17 nntTM Tin J Transl. And those seventy whom He had sent returned 

loith great joy, and. said unto Him, &c. 

»•^7'^ ^'*^*/ 

19. ('^•; nv ^ scorpions — Gr. a-Kop-n-LOiv — PI. def. of ^O^m (ch. xi. 12), 

noun masc. (but fem. Rev. ix. 5), A scorpion. 

Heb. nnpV, A scorpion, Ezek. ii. 6: — A scourge with sharp 
points, 1 Kings xii. 11. 

20. Ijli, the devils — Gr. ra irvcvfiara. 

— OrJ^ (J I, hut rejoice — fxaXXov is wanting in the Sin. Vat. and Alex. 

MSS. 
21 lo5, Transl. Jesus rejoiced in the Holy Spirit. — So the Sin. and 

Vat. MSS., but omitting o 'Ii7croi;s. 
22 «-i.J.^Zjo, Transl. And He turned to His disciples and said unto 

them. — Gr. (Alex. MS.) koL o-rpa^cts Trpos tovs [JiaOrjTas ilrrev. So 

also the Philox. Version. The clause is wanting iu the Sin. Vat. 

Cod. Bezse, and Regius, as also in the Received Text. 



448 S. LUKE X. 30—35. « 

.77 

Ver. 30. . . . . Q_i.aJO, Transl. And thieves jell upon him. 

— T tcnn ^>.\ m ^ they stripped him — Gr. cxSuo-avTcs avTov — Peal (or, ac- 

cording to some, Pael) pret. 3. pi. with aff. 

^7 

— .... «_»01Q.Q.CuO, Transl. And left him, his life barely remaining (lit. 

firm) in him, and departed. The particle fO introducing a clause 
somewhat resembling the Ablative Absolute. 

V 

31. •-•r-ti) i^ chanced — Gr. Kara avyKvplav ((rvfx.j3€{3r]Ke, 2 S. Pet. ii. 22), — 
Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. Hajjpened, fell out. — Pret. 3. pi. Q_»,_^t, 

..7 T. )^ 

oh. xxiv. 14, below: — fern. «_k_»r.,t, 1 Cor. x. 11 Part. ♦~»j-.i, 

1 S. Pet. iv. 12. 
Transl. And it chanced (that) a certain Priest ivas going down by that 

way; and he saw him, and passed an. 
32 IZ], Transl. Game and arrived at that place; and he saio him, and 

passed on. 
34. *0^, he bound up — KareSijorc — Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. Occurs here 

only in the N.T. 
> m . \v \>^0, and poured into them — Gr, hn^kasv — Verb Peal 

pret. 3. sing. — Occurs here only in the N.T. 

Cogn, Heb. 7TX Poured down, as a stream, Ps. cxlvii. 18, 

-T 

Transl. And foured into them wine and oil. 
m .Vn K ii ^ik, on his ass — Gr. iirl to iStov ktt/vos. The same Gr. word 

occurs. Acts xxiii. 24. Syr. (;. 1 SO. 
1 nJ n c^ \ , to an inn, or to the inn — Gr. cts iravho-^dov — Noun masc. 

def. — Occurs here only. 
,^_,rn r) \V 01^ \^ 5*^ n ^^^^' '^^'"'^ of him — iTnixeXr'jOr] avTOv — Ethpeel 

pret. 3. sing, of ^h^S, Ceased. Ethpe. Was cartful, followed 

by the dative, as the part. Peil, — see note, S. John x. 13 

. > \ ^-^^Z") , it was a care to me, I ivas careful, 2 Cor. ix. 5; 

Gal. ii. 10 Fut. ^n\ ^'\4^ZvJ, be careful, Rom. xii. 17, itc. 

S.5 (j\'^^\o, Transl. And on the morning of the day {after) he took 

out, kc. — The word e^eX^wv is wanting in the Sin. and Vat.^ISS. 



• S. LUKE X. 35—42. XI. 4. . 449 

Ver. 35. ( . o/ n «^ \^ to the host — tw TravSoxei — Noun masc. def. occurring 
here only. 

— m\ » j •-SJfcj, take care of him, or, on his account — iTnfxeXrjOrjTt avrov. 

■K ' 7 7 

37. . *~^*-^ AjOOI .... Aj(, be thou doing, do thou — av ttoUl — Compare ch. 
xi. 2; xiii. 14.— See Phillips, Gr. § 56; Cowper, Gr. § 208. (1.) 

38 (0010, Transl. And it came to pass, that as they went in the way, 

ifec. 

39 '^-i-IO, Transl. And she came [and) sat at the feet of our Lord, rov 

KvpLov, Sin. and Vat. (later reading), and heard His loords. 

40. s^ Zooi jj-LL, toas cumbered about — TreptecnraTO Tvepi — Part. fern. 

(forming imperf. tense) of ]jLL, which when followed by *C^ sig- 
nifies. Was occicpied with, bestowed labour nj^on. — So, part. Peil 
pi. masc. %^ ^ > ^ ^, 1 Thess. iv. 11; 2 Tim. ii. 16. 
Heb. 3 n^n, Eccles. i. 13; iii. 10. 

— .... }^ I , Transl. Bid her that she help one. 

41. ._iA^1ji015o tjASfc-i, thou art careful and troubled — fiepifiva.'s koL rvp- 

[ia.t,rj — For ._jAj( l^fc-i, .-»Aj( |c1jOi5, part. fern, forming pres. 
tense. 

42. *nCfl iZZ, (for «.j.n(Tl iZZ) shall be tahen aioay — dcjiaipedyja-eTaL — 

7 

Ethpeel fut. 3. sing. fern, of .^rDJ, Took, received. — Ethpe. 

%'~)?Ci )L\ , Was received, taken, taken aicay Fut. >'~>m iA i ^ ch. 

xix. 26; 1 Tim. iv. 4. 



CHAPTER XI. 

4. _.^A1»Z., lead us (_XlZ., S, Matt. v. 13), — d(TiveyKrj<; Tjfxd^ — Aph. fut. 
2. sing, with aff. of w. v ^i. Entered. The second vowel " re- 
tained; see note, S. John xviii. 16: — and .._» inserted before the 
affixed pronoun, which is the rule in imperative forms (as 
^ ,nr>-^ c^ in the next verse), — rarely found in the future. 
w. c. 57 



450 S. LUKE XI. 5—22. 

Ver. 5 Q_liD, Transl. Who is there of you, that hath a friend? 

— jju-^ Zq-.i \'^'~), at midnight, lit. at the dividing of night — Gr. 

/xea-ovuKTiov — Constr. of Q_i(L.ji,a, def. jjn .. \<^^ noun fern, (same 
as . .. \'=^), Dividing, division, half, oniddle. — - « (^""i ^ Z.Q_hl_X2, 
tlie half of my goods, Gr. xa rnx-tcrr] twv vtrap-^ovTUiv jjlov, ch. xix. 
8. — ]ZlLj Zo-ii^-Xa, half an hour, yfiLiaptov, Rev. viii. 1. — 
fjpL Z.a,.i \^, half a time, rj/jucrv Kaipov, Eev. xii. 14. — R. .^i ^^, 
Divided. Compare note, S. Matt. xxv. 6. 

— » I 3 I N]-»|, lend me — ^prjcrov [xoi — Aphel imperat. sing, with afF. of 

^V», Ashed. — Aph. v>)^"|, Lent. 

Heb. Hiph. ^^J^^H, Lent, Exod. xii. 36; 1 Sam. i. 28. 

7. ?i1d.k>3 0010, and that friend ofhis—Gi\ KaKelvo's. 

— « I 1 iJGlL (J, trouble me not — jur/ /xot ko'ttovs Trdpex^e — Aphel fut. 

7 

2. sing, with afF. of 5 501 501, see note, S. Mark xiv. 6. — w^ in- 
serted before the affixed pronoun; see note, ver. 4, above. 

8. |ZciLCi>j5 ^\^SD, because of friendship — Gr. SloL to eliai avrov (ftiXov — 

Def. of akLK»5, noun fern. Friendshij), occurring here only in the 
N.T.^ — R. i>Q>j5, Loved dearly. 
Transl. Though because of friendship lie ivill not give to Jam. 

— jZ.Q-21j^ ^^.^^j because of the importunity— Gv. 8ta ttjv dvaiSeiav 

' <> X 7 

avTov — Def. of Q_a^fc_», noun feni. Anodety, perseverance in asking; 
care, diligence, S. Jude vei*. 3. — R. «.S^_», Was anxious. 
12. \LiJD, an egg — cJov — Noun occurring here only. 

^ -K -x ..7 

17. 011dqJ_O ^uA, against itself- — Gr. €7ri oXkov. 

7 7 7 •^ 7 

21. ^->V^ r^, armed — KaOwirXia-fiifos — -Pael part. pass, of _-»l, Armed: — 

usually regarded as denom. from |j.j1, armour; see note, S. John 

7 7 .TV 

xviii. 3 Ethpaal _j5)j, Was armed, armed himself. Imperat. 

pi. aJ-.?ll' 1 S. Pet. iv. 1. 

22. Ollv^, his booty, spoils — Gr. to. aKvXa avrov — jZvo, noun fem. def 

A prey, booty. — Some Editions road ai_V^, as plural. — R. ]\^ V^, 
Spoiled. 



S. LUKE XL 22—46. 451 

Ver. 22, Compare Hcb. T3, masc. Spoil, Numb. xiv. 3; — ami nT3> 

— ' T • 

fem. 2 Chron. xiv. 13. 

7 9 '\ 7 

23. 5rJ2ilD OJfTiLD, in scattering scattereth — Gr. a-Kop-n-L^iL — Pael inf. abs. 

and part. — See note, S. John x. 12. 
24 U]\j Transl. It (so. |js*o5, fem.) goeth and wandereth about in 

places wherein are no ivaters. 
27. pjZ, the 2Jf^ps — jxaa-Toi — PI. def. of IjZ, noun masc. def A breast, 

teat. — PI. ^?Z, with aff. Rev. i. 13. 

Heb. *72*t, The breast, Lam. iv. 3.— PI. Gen. xlix. 25. 

— weQ„Q_l_i|), lohich have given Thee suck — Gr. ovs e^T^Xacras. Aph. pret. 

3. pi. with aff. of *Q_1_», Sucked. — See note, S. Matt. xxiv. 19. 

Schaaf, following the Ed. Reg. and Gutbir, reads ynn i -|y 

28 ai.Sk j1d(, Ti'ansl. He said unto Iter, Blessed are they who hear, &c. 

34r (TL, • ;_* , Transl. The lamp of thy body is thine eye — Gr. (Sin. Yat . 

Alex.) o Aij^^vos Tov (roj/xaros Icttlv 6 ocf)6a\fj6<s aov. 
36. Ol.oA,^, ivifh its shining — Trj do-TpaTrrj — (.QAj, noun masc. def. 

Light, illumination. — R. ^Cl^j, Burned. Occurs here only. 
Transl. It shall be illuminating the whole of it (sc. thy body), as a 

lamp> with its shining doth illuminate thee. 
39. ^^1 V) Q_.,L_^, your inivard part — to eawOev v/xwv — See note, S. John 

XX. 26. 

7 

41 I>0^, Transl. Bict whatever there is, give it in alms. 



» p Y I 



42. (.1. ti-^} 'i'ue — TO TT-^yavov — Noun derived from the Greek. Occurs 

here only. 
— JD5q_», herb — Xa.)(avov — Noim masc. A garden herb, potlierb, (compare 

PQ_0;_», S. Matt. xiii. 32, where see note); also, A green colour, 

» o », 

pale colour. — Def. ^o5q_», Gr. x^(ap6<;, Rev. vi. 8; viii. 7; ix. 4. 

44. — .j> N.»r-t (J?> which are not known — Gr. to. u8r]Xa, not apparent, con- 
cealed from sight. 

0. .7 I 7 

46. \pDJ\ y.k.\ S^Vo, ye lade — ^opTt^cTe — Aphel part. pi. (foi'ming pres. 
tense) of ^. ^>,^ , Carried. — Aph. -_1^|, Ilade to carry, imposed a 
burden, with .^ of the olycct. — Part. ^ ^V^ 



452 S. LUKE XI. 47—54. 

Ver. 47 ^n .nr-^l^^ Transl. Whom your falliers Killed'. 

49 v\ 5^; Transl. Therefore also Wisdom said — Gr. -q (ro(fi.La tou 

®€0V. 

50. MibZAj, may be required — iK^rjrrjOrj {t,7jT-q6rja-€Tai, cli. xii. 48, below) — 
Ethpeel fut. 3. sing, of ^loZ., Required, claimed. — Ethpe. MCjZ.Z.|, 
TFos required. Part. ^lOlALo, ver. 51, below. 

— .... p-aIm?) Transl. Which was shed since the world was created. 

53. ^Tl\ t-slibALb. . . , Q_»^j, began to he disj^leased — Gr. rjp^avTo . . . . 

8ctvws eve'xetv. — See note, S. Matt. xxi. 15. 

T 7 

— _.»_CC1dALd, icatched to catch His words. — Pael part. pi. (forming, with 

0001, supplied from the preceding verb, tlie imperf. tense) nf .mn/ ^ 
Reproaclied, loas ashamed of. 

Ethpeel .CQoZZj, Was hindered, restrained. — Pret. 1. sing. 

A£D.oZ'Zf, -Rom. XV. 22 Part. fern. ]mnZAl£) ]]", that cannot he 

restrained, unridy, Gr. a.KaTdo-)(e.rov, S. James iii.8. 

Pa. »£Q2Z, Hindered, watched for, sjned out Fut. »DQ2Aj, 

1. pi. 1 Cor. ix. 12 Paut. ^CQ^'Ak). 

Transl. The Scribes and Pharisees began to be disjjleased; and they 
were indignant, and watched to catch His words. 

54. » V*^ 1^ they acted (lit. acting) craftily — Gr. iveSpevovT€^ — Part. pi. of 

v^ni or ^L^iJ , Defrauded, acted loilily or deceitfully Fut. v^'^i , 

Part. ^'^nJ , pi. masc. coalescing with ^-1-»j , 3 Cor. iv. 2. 

Deriv. ^j_QJ, adj. of form part. Peil, Fraudulent, deceitfxd, Acts 
xviii. 14; Rom. xii. 9.— PI. def. Ul^, 2 Cor. xi. 13; Eph. iv. 14. 

lt\\n^y def. ljAli.aiL3, adj. the same.— PI. ^ V. lAl>Q^^, 
Rom. iii. 13. 

I ■^ o \ . m noma fern. def. Suhtilty ; — with aff. 2 Cor. xi. 3. 

Heb. 7^^, Deceived, dealt fraudidently, part. 7^iX Mal. i, 

14.— Pi. S^i, Numb. xxv. 18 Hithpa. ^3311/1, Conspired 

against, dealt craftily icith. Gen. xxxvii. 18; Ps. cv. 25. 
Transl. And acted craftily to Him in many things; seeking to catch 
something out of His month, that they might he able to accuse Him. 



S. LUKE XII. 1—11. 453 



CHAPTER XII. 



I. ^Q-«-jjJ9 P-^i_i(, insomuch that theij trod — Gr. wcrrc KaTaTraTeti/ — Pael 

T. 7 

flit. 3. pi. (for subjunct.) of ..jiOj •.^J, Trod. — Pa. v.«._»3, the 
same. 

— .... ^,^0 \, Transl. First of cdl (i.e. ahove all things) beware, &c.__ 

IIpaiTov slioukl commence the clause, and refer to Trpocre'xeTe. 

3. ^Ajl^o-^, ye have whispered — Gr. IXaX-qo-arf. — Pael pi-et. 2. pi. of 

vjL>.K^, Used enchantments. — Pa. ._«_k»,A, Whisjyered, muttered. 
— Occurs here only in the N.T. 

Heb. Pi. ^th, part. Ps. Iviii. 6.— Hithpa. ^rhTST}, 2 Sam. 
xii. 19; Ps. xli. 8. 

4. —DSAo ^~^' '^fi^'"' f'hat, afterwards — /x,€Ta ravra — Adverb; — see note, 

S. John i. 15. 

•X -K 7 .-n 

5 ^ailjQ_K»|, Transl. But I icill show you, whom ye shall fear ; Him 

loho, &c. — The Sin. MS. omits cj)o(3y]0r]T€. 
6. j^.!^, forgotten — iTnXeXrja-fjLivov — Part. Peil fern, of \^^, Lay hidden. 

— See note, S. John vii. 47. 
7 li^j Transl. The very hairs of the /tair of your head. — See notes, 

S. John xi. 2; S. Matt. v. 36. 
9. j.212Z\J, he shall be denied — d-n-apv-rjOijcreTaL — Ethpeel fut. 3. sing, of 

;_£1D, Denied. — Ethpe. • <y>n/ |^ Was denied. — (JlD is pleonastic. 

II. p_^j_Aj, the powers, those that liave i^oiver — ras e^oucrias — PI. def. of 

. 5 » ^■■•> t^^f- P-^-A-X*, A jwtentate, rider.- — PI. with aff. pleon. 

1 Cor. ii. G. — Pt. v4-^-») l^uled. 

Heb. jitOT'EJ^) Fower, Eccles. viii. 4, 8. — Chald. the same, 
A rtder, Dan. ii. 2 

— \j^0) %0 Ci'^L \11^\, hoio ye shall defend yourselves — Gr. ttws rj rt 

airoXoyrja-rjcrde — Aph. fut. 2. pi. of kClSI^, with pu05, Fleaded 
one's cause, lit. drev^ out the sjnrit. The Vienna and some other 
Editions read ^a,Q,g)Z, Peal. — See notes, S. John i. 43; ii. 15. 



45-i S. LUKE XII. 13—18. 

13. »^J^£i, dividing, to divide — Gr. [xepta-aaOai — Such is the reading of 
the Vienna and several Editions. Others read ^t_A^), that he 
may divide. 

.pp.7 

14:, ( y ,. \g^^^ a divider — ixepicrT-qv — Noun masc. def. formed from Pael 
2)art. rif ., .. N^O; Divided. — Occurs here only. 

15. ]_aJ_L_», covetousness — Gr. tt^s TrXeovcli'as — Def. of O 1 \ i, noun fern. 

Avarice, f/reediness. See also 2 Cor, ix. 5; 1 Thess. ii. 5: — with 
aff. Eph. iv, 19. — R, _i^ (not used), Ethpa. . S tZ.(, Was greedy, 
voracious, made gain or prey of, 2 Cor. xii. 18. — Pret, 1, sing, 
AJ-Lj^I, ver, 17, Gr, cTrAeoi^eKTijcrcv, eTrXeoveKTTjcra. 

— j_.0;_iAj_Ci, in the abundance — Iv tw TrepicrcreveLv — Def. of 0;-iAj, noun 

fern. Abundance, excellence, advantage. Gr. -rj Trepio-o-eia, 2 Cor. 
viii. 2 . — ■)] vTrcp^oXy], ch. xii. 7 : — with aff. pleon, Gr. to irepicrcTov, 

7 I 

Rom. iii, 1; — to TreptWev/ia, 2 Cor, viii, 13, 14. — R. 5Aj, Abound- 
ed, was superfluous. 
Transl. And He said unto His disciples, Beware of all {irda-rjs. Sin, 
Vat, Alex,) covetousness, for it is not in the abundajice of posses- 
sions {that) life consisteth. 

16, 01_i A_li»], brought in, produced to him — Aphel pret. 3. sing, fem, 

of \^ ^-^, Filtered. — See note, S. John xviii. 16. 

— IZvSXi, 2^roduce.—Tl def. of '(Zl^^Ll (1 Cor. ix. 10), noun fem. 

def. Fruit, j^i'oduce of the earth. — PI. with aff. ver. 17, below. — 
R. ^^Ai, 
Transl, lit, A certain rich man, his land brought forth to him much 
produce. 

18, , . m <yi n A . «^^ iny barns, lit. the house of my stores — fxov ras aTro- 

..0 

6rJKa<; — See note, S. John ii. 16. — PI. with aff, of (,CCL2l,D, noun 
masc, def A collection, collected goods. — PI. def [m g^ o A_»_Q, 

7 

A baroi, storelwuse, ver. 24, below. — R. . m <yi o^ Collected, stored 
up; icound up as for a funeral. — Pret. 3. pi. Q-Ctl^,D, Acts v. 10; 
viii. 2. 



S. LUKE Xir. 18—33. 455 

Ver. 18 P-^|> Transl. lit. I will build andincrease them — Gr. /ixet^ovas 

olKoSof/.yjaoi — See notes, S, Matt. vii. 24; S. Luke i. 4G. 

— . >^n*-~iV^ mi/ fruit, produce — Gr. ra yevvrjfjLaTa fj.ov — 3CLHL or ^n»^K ^ 

noun masc. C'oi'n produce, especially of the pasi year. — Def. 
jJQjm, Acts vii. 12. — R. i'~^^. Passed over. 
Heb. nil! jr, Josh. v. 11, 12. 

19. .-iAj], drink — ttic — So all the Editions, except the Par. and Lond. 

which read .«jAj]. — Schaaf adopts this latter reading. — See note, 
S. John iv. 7. 

— . . Vtrno/ j he merry — cvc^patvoi; — Ethpeel iraperat. sing. fern, of 

~ -K 7 

isOTOUD or y^m*^, Was sweet, luxurious, lived pleaswahly. — Eth- 
peel '>CiTC\'~~)L\, Enjoyed himself. Some would i-efer the above 
form to Ethpaal: — the vowels of the two are identical. 

20, ' v*"^/ ^ requiring, they require— airaiT over lv — Or, they shall require, 

part. pi. for future. — See note, S. Matt. xxv. 27. 

23. r^t I ■ "^ 1 , for the life — 17 yap \j/vx^, Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

.« -jv .. 7 
2-1. (n\^ n, the ravens (pref. %^ of the object; see note, S. Matt. vi. 28), 

— TODS KopaKa<; — PI. def. of (nM, noun masc. def. A raven or 

crow. — Some Editions i-ead (*^vi '^ 

29. \(TL£Li (Jo, and let not {ijour mind) he doidjtful — Gr. koX ixtj /xerew- 

pi^ecr^e- — Put. 3. sing, of lC7L2, Strayed away, wandered. — Part, 
pi. ^jOia, carried about by winds, Gr. irepi^epofxivai, S. Jude 
ver. 12. 
Transl. And let not your mind be distracted by these things. 

30. 001 ]V)V)S, the nations. — 001 pleonastic. — Similar instances occur, 

S. John viii. 26; Rom. ii. 4; iii. 28.— See Cowper's Gr. § 198. (1.) 

32. pV-ii, flock — irQip.vLov — Def. of 3]_,., noun masc. A flock; lit. A section, 

portion, as something cut off. — Whence also, A decree, sentence, 
jloLDj P_j> jVij., sentence of dea.th, (Bar Hebr.). — K. 5l., Cut 
ofl\ decided. — The word occurs here only in the N.T. 

33. l].j.-. pj, that faileth not — aviKku-njov — Part. fern, of IQ-^i ]_,., Passed 

away, tvas consigned, vanished. Occurs in the N.T. liere only. 



456 S. LUKE XII. 33—48. 

Ver. 33. Heb. ))^, T-l, Ps. xc. 10. 

T 
7 T* 

37. ;^v\ He will conie over — Gr. TrapeXdotv — So also cb. xvii. 7. Syr. 
;nv : — and Acts xxiv. 7. Syr. \l\ , Came. 

39. 1Z;_^uiD |r->iib, in lohat loatch — Gr, Trota wpa. 

42. Itd^S, the portion — Gr. to criro(xirpi.ov — Noun masc. def. A share; 
prop. Anything sj^read out or laid doion, whence, A carj)et, 
^5] ^^5 \£Q'i£i —So i-^£D, besides the carjjets that were on the 

7 

ground, (Bar Hebr.) R. »£D;^, Extended, spread out. — Occurs 
in'tlie N.T. here only. 

45 |;_«_30, Transl. And shall begin to beat the men-servants and 

jnaidens of his lord, and shall begin to eat, &c. 
— ]n .V>\ ^ to be drunken — fxeOvcrKea-daL — Inf. of jo5 or ».j05, Was hv- 

toxicated. — Pret. 3. pi. Q_»o5, Acts ii. 13; Rev. xvii. 2 Fiit. 

lojJ Part. lo5, pi. masc. ^-.o5, Eph. v. 18; 1 Thess. v. 7 

Part. Peil jo5, used as a noun, 1 Cor. xi. 21: — Fern. J-»05, Rev. 

xvii. 6. — PL masc. _j03, Acts ii. 15. 

Heb. n"l*l) Dranh nbundanthj, icas satiated, Ps. xxxvi. 9. 

T T 

47. M S*"'^ , shall be beaten — -SapT^crerat— See note, S. Matt, xxiii. 24. 

Transl. And the servant which hiew his lord's loill, and prepared not 
himself according to his will, shall be beaten ivith many (stripes). 
48. £ut he ivho .knew not .... shall be beaten loithfew stripes. 

48. v^ V . . / ( , has been committed, entrusted — Gr. irapiOevTo, (rnen) have 

committed Ethpeel fut. of ^-^i (i^ot used) Arab. Gave in 

charge. — Ethpe. Was given in charge, entrusted to, 1 Tim. vi. 20 

Aphel ^i^i"), Commended to — Fut. v. \ ■. 1 , 3. pi. ^ \ S . . J , 

1 S. Pet. iv. 19 Imperat. ^^1^^, 2 Tim. ii. 2 Part. \\s ^V), 

Acts XX. 32; Rom, xvi. 1. — PI. masc. ^ > \v \X - -^^^^ ^^^- "-• 

..7 7 Xi -X 7 

Part. pass. ^^-jl^sD, Acts xv. 40. — PI. masc. ^ i .^S ti V*, ch. 

xiv. 25. 
Deriv. (^ V^.o .., noun masc. def. A deposit, charge, Gi\ TrapaOrJKTj, 
TrapaKaTaO)'}Ki], 2 Tim. i. 14; — with aff. ver. 12. 



S. LUKE XII. 48—58. XIII. 1—8. 457 

Ver. 48. Transl. And to whom much has been committed, the more will they 

require at his hand. 
49. Aci>j, it were burning, kindled — Gr. oii/tj^^t;— Pi-et. 3. sing. fern, of 

7 _ 

»^ldj^ «i:i>v», Was kindled, burned; whence, Burned with affection, 

K 7 ^ * 7 

loved Pael ^Clili^j, Loved, cherished^^axt. .o«^ ^..V) fem. 

.07 17 

(o«^ ^kV)^ 1 Thess. ii. 7. — PI. masc. . «^«"^ kk^o^ coalescing with 

7 

_J_K», ver. 8. 
The verb occurs chiefly in Aph. in the sense of loved, see note, S. 
John iii. 16. 

Heb. il^n, Loved, once, Deut. xxxiii. 3. 
Transl. And I desire that it were already kindled. — Compai'e ch. xix. 
42. 
53. ^1 \<=^Aj, shall be divided — Siafiepta-OijcreTaL — Ethpeel fut. 3. sing, of 
wjL._ia, Divided. — Ethj^e. ^^i^A^Z.] (Acts xxiii. 7), Was divided. 

55 P^0> Transl. And when the south wind blows. 

58. ]Z.3d.^i)Z. *Ci01, Lit. pay the price, make some pecuniary satisfaction — 

Gr. 8o5 ipyaa-iav, Lat. da operam. 
' — *Ci-f£iLLo, and thou shalt be (or, that thou mayest be) delivered — Gr, 

7 

aTrqWaxOaL. — Ethpaal fut. 2. sing, of *0'f2i, Liberated, redeemed. — 

Ethpa. sCi-r2iL], Was set free Fut. sC^-^Ll Imperat. pi. 

dlD^iiZl^ 1 S. Pet. ii. 11. 



CHAPTER XIII. 

7 

1 00\^ , Transl. At that season there came some (and) told Him, &c. 

2. ^Qj| (OOI p.oai5, because thus it befel them. — JOOI has here the force 

of an active verb. 

* . , . £■ 7 P 

3. ^j^jZ. \1J2<J\, ye shall likewise perish — Gr. TraVres ojo-avrcos ctTroXcto-^c. 

7 70. 7 70. 

4. ',TCi\Li1sDL (or •,rc\\yKri/) eighteen — Sc'/ca »cat Jktw — Card. numb. masc. 

— Fem. ]vmMV)2., ver. 11, 16, below. 

8 \^\ , Transl. The vinedresser {husbandman) said unto him. 

w. C. 58 



458 a LUKE XIII. 8—17. 

Ver. 8, m . /^ \g>^j ^^ till I shall cultivate it — Gr. cws otov (TKaif/oj Trepl 
avTtjv — Fut. 1. sing, with aff. of o^_is, Laboured. See note, 
S. John vi. 27. 

— 01 >.\^} (O, and I shall dung it — Gr. koL /SaXw Koirpiav — Fut. 1. sing, 

with aff. of ^^1, 3Ianured. — Fut. '^p. — Occurs in the N.T. 

here only. 
9. <-k..Ki |in^, or ■ > K>. 1 V)\ Par. and Lond. Pol.— This word, in what- 
ever form, is found here only, and would appear to be equivalent 

to the Heb. TV'T} HV^ j according to the time of life, i. e. in the 

returning or reviving year, next season — Gr. cis to fxiWov (sc. 

€Tos) The Philox. Yers. renders it l^iAlij .^(JLO, in that year 

which is coming. 
Transl. And if it hear fruits, — and if not, next season thou shalt cut 

it down. 
1 1 . ZoOl (<^ . <yin ^ loas hawed together — ^v avyKvirTovfra — Part. Peil fern. 

(fox'ining imperf. tense) of .'^x^i'^ .g^n^ Curved, bent, stoojoed down. 

— Pret. 3. pi. fern. ._i_a^, ch. xxiv. 5, where see note — Fut. 

k2)QZ13, fern. .^OoZ. (for . . eT^ nnL)^ Eom. xiv, 11; Phil. ii. 10. 

TavX. *^]d, coalescing with ]S\, ]±2i\D, I hend, Eph. iii. 14 

Part. Peil k21^21C^, Rom. xi. 10. 

Heb. &*35, Bent himself, lowed doivn, Ps. Ivii. 7; cxlv. 14; 

cxlvi. 8. 

— l^ .1 \; in any wise, by any means, lit. to perfection, 'perfectly — Gr. 

CIS TO TTavTeXe's (Syr. I>QAi^, for ever, Hebr. vii. 25) r^^^^V 

noun niasc. Perfection, completion.-^Dei. (;liL>t, Eph. iv. 12. — 
Used with pvef. ^ as an adv. Wholly, utterly, at all. Acts iv. 18. — 
E. ;^ ,y, Perfected. 

16. ]_.5arD], bond — Gr. toi) Sto-jnov — Noun masc. def. — See note, ch. viii. 

29, above. 

17. \UJ\.JJ^L, the glorious, marvellous, things — Gr. Tots cvSo^ots — rPart. 

Peil pi. fern. def. of Oll^Z, Was amazed. Here used as a noun. 
—See. note. S. Mark i. 22. 



S. LUKE XIII. 21—35. XIV. 2, 5. 459 

lOQlD, Transl. lit. In meal of three measures. 
23 C7L^|_», Transl. And one (man) asked Hun, Are they few, tltat be 

saved? 
24. Q-»AidZ], strive ye — aywvi^eo-^c — Ethpaal (or Ethpeel, according to 

some) imperat. pi. of ».^t^, Contended. See note, S. John xviii. 

36. 
25 j A-V. m Vij Transl. Frovi the time when the master of the house shall 

rise and shut the door, then shall ye he (^OOlZo) standing without, 

and knocking at the door, and shall begin to say, Lord, Lord, open 

unto us; and He shall answer and say, I say unto you, &c. 
26. _»A.»], we have drunk — eTrto/xev — The Par. and Lond. Pol. read 

__iA^], and so Schaaf. 
27 ^Lb]jO, Transl. And He shall say unto you, I know you not, &c. — 

The Sin. and Vat. MSS. omit Xeyw vfuv. 
28 _»j <oAj|, Transl. J3ut ye shall be thrust out. 

^ P V ■" ^ 7 7 

29. ^JD;.^! .V), //•(?>» the north — ciTro jSoppd — Def. of t.^.^'^.^, noun masc. 

. . . p P 7^ 

The northern quarter. — Some Editions read ( ■^ ^; .i j both here 
and Rev. xxi. 13. — Occurs not elsewhere in the N.T. 

7 

33 ^r^) Transl. But I imist loork to day, and tomorrow, and the 

next day will I go. 
34. 'ASa^j A2l4*j see note, S. Matt, xxiii. 37. 

— .... ^-»1, Transl. As the hen that gathereth, &c. 

35 |j5, Transl. That ye shall not see Me, until ye shall say, &c. — The 

words ac 17^17 are wanting in the^Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

CHAPTER XIV. 

. p 7 . P 17 

2. ( ' ^ JOOI - « » 1 "^^ , loho had the dropsy, lit. loho had collected ivater — 
Gr. iJSpwTTiKos — The part. Peil has here an active signification. 

5 QJ.I0, Transl. Which is there of you, whose son or whose ox {vlo<; rj 

/So?;, Vat. and Alex.) hath fallen into a icell on the sabbath day, 
and doth not immediately draw out {and.) extricate him? 



4-60 S. LUKE XIV. (5—13. 

Ver. 6 (Jo, Transl. And thei/ were not able to give Ilim an answer to 

this. 
7 r^|0> Transl. And He spake a parable to those which were bidden 

there, because He saw tliem that they chose out the places of the chief 

positions. 
8. Aj] Vi j^Vn^ thou art bidden — KXrj9y<: — Ethpaal part, (forming pres. 

tense) of ^ 1 , Pa. ^^1 , Invited, see note, S. Matt. xxii. 3.__ 

Ethpa. ^^?1I, Was invited. — Pret. 2. sing. Ajl1D)1|, ver. 10, 

below, 

Chald. Ithpa. l^'^THj Determined; agreed together, Dan. ii. 9. 

(Keri). 
9 ZcTLoZo, Transl. And thou blush when thou risest to take the lowest 

room. 
1 0. lll^l . 00 up, lit. be raised — irpoaavajirjOi — Ethpaal imperat. of (il or 

' ' NV (not used) Pa. - > \^, Raised, lifted ?<^^.__Ethpa. « i \SZ.| 

(Acts X. 16; IS. Pet. iii. 22), Was raised, exalted; ascended.^^ 

.t 7 .1> 

Eshtaphal - » \vA » j , Was exalted, exalted himself. Part. 

jK^ A^Vn 2 Thess. ii. 4; S. James iii. 5.— PI. masc. ^^Sl^Ajiib, 
S. James ii. 6, 13. 

Heb. ("1/^5 Was high, ascended, Ps. xxiv. 3, &c. 

T 't 

— .... ]oOl2.0, Transl. Aoid there shall be to thee honour in the presence 
of all (TravTwv, Sin. Vat. Alex. MSS.) that recline with thee. 

12. ]j(n ] 1 v^ Qg^ ^ this recompence — Gr. aVraTrdSo/xa— Noun masc. def. 

A reward, retribution, rermmeration, compensation. — Constr. 
]•_..") v^ no ^ the recompence of the reward, Hebr. xi. 2Q. — With 
aflf. ver. 14, below; Rom. xi. 9. — K. ^^S, Restored, recompensed. 

13. ),£lIi_i»-£D, the maimed — dva7njpov<; — Part. Peil pi. def. (here used as 

a noun) of ^<^ ■. m^ Afflicted, weakened. — Part. Peil (imperf. tense) 
"JCOI «.2u_ikX0, was impotent in his feet, Gr. dSvyaros, Acts xiv. 

7 ^Pa. c2wjL.C0, Injured, afflicted. Part. pi. fern. ^.a^m L O, 

hurffaf, Gr. /SXa^cpa'?, 1 Tim. vi. 9. 



S. LUKE XIV. 14—21. 461 

Ver. 14 |00U, Transl. For thy reward shall he in the resurrection of 

the just. 
17 ]oi, Transl. Behold, all is made readxj for you, come. 

18. j_K» ^^, from one, sc. |*^ \, heart — with one consent — arro /xtas, sc. 
(3ov\rj<;, yvwfjirjs. Or, as Lightfoot would understand, airtas, i.e. 
for one cause, their common disinclination to comply with the 
invitation which they had accepted. 

— (1^jA.«.Lq^, to make excuse, to excuse themselves — irapaiTtidOaL — 

Ethpeel inf. of \i].*. Asked. — Ethpe. ^]Aj], Declined, refused, 
shunned, made eoccuses. — Pret. 1. sing. AXlA^j, Gr. vTrco-rciXa/A?;!/, 

Acts XX. 27.-3. pi. allA^f, Hebr. xii. 19, 25 Fut. ^]Zl«J, 

2. pi. ^oX^A^Z* 1. pi. ^12l«J, Hebr. xii. 25.— Imperat. ^lA^f, 

1 Tim. iv. 7; V. 11 ; 2 Tim. ii. 16, 23; Tit. iii. 9 Part. ^]/ \>0^ ^ 

ver. 18, 19, below; Acts xxv. 11. 

— Pi «.»..^, / am constrained, I must needs — Gr. ^x'^ dvayK-qv — See 

notes, S. Matt. iv. 24; xiv. 22. 

— .... |S^ , Transl. / beg of thee, permit me to he excused. 

21. ]Aj','*^!^^, into the lanes — 6ts ras . . . pv/^as — Noun fem. pi. def. occur- 
ring here only. This is the reading of the Vienna and most of 
the Editions: others read "jAj'^O, pi. def of ]Aj^.O, A village, 
or field. 

— |o |'^Vl\ , the maimed — otraTnfpovs — This is the reading of the Vienna 

Edition. The Par. and Lond. Pol. read l^jpLo, which is pre- 
ferable. — Aphel part. pi. def. of »sp. Grieved, was grieved, used 
impersonally, with ^\ii of the cause, ^OliX «^p, it grieved you, 
ye grieved, Hebr. x. 34 — Fut. *opj Part. vi:)p, 1 Cor. xii. 26. 

Aph. ^^p], Afflicted, gave pain to, \ Part. *r:)pSD. 

Heb. iX5, Was in pain, Ps. Ixix. 30.— Hiph. ^^XIDH, Gave 

- T * ; • 

pain. Job v. 18. 

— (;^.»>. k 3A, the lame — x«^^o^s — PI. def. of ;^<l_kkLd, def. ]; .i >^V>^ 

adj. Lame. — Of form Pa. part, of r-uh-^' -^^- KV"*^' ^^'^"^ lame. 



462 S. LUKE XIV. 21—32. 

Ver. 21. limped: — whence also i - ., '■^^ of form part Peil, see note, 

S. Matt. xi. 5. 
23. ( .. > fy D. kf::i\, into the hedges, lit. into the jylace of hedges. See 

note, S. Matt. xxi. 33. 

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25 r^O, Trausl. And ivhen there tcent with Him, kc. 

28. ''^ » -»■«; coii7iting, counteth — i/'ijt^t^ei— Part, of fcd.«_*^ (2 Cor. v. 19; 
Hebr. x. 29), Considered, counted up, rejnited, imputed; — witli 
aff. Phil. ii. 6; 1 Tim. i. 12. — Pret. 1. sing. aA - .\ Phil. iii. 

7 ^ T, 

7. — 3. pi. n*-^ m K.^ Acts xix. 19 Put. %^Ci m kkJ, Rom. iv. 8, 

24; Phil. ii. 3.-2. pi. ^^« >>^", 2 S. Pet. iii. 15 Imperat. 

^«-^n ^ > .j Phil em. ver. 18. — PI. n^o « ... Rom. vi. 11 Part. 

(as above) Rom. iv. 6; Phil. iii. 8 Part Peil »n > ■ kj, 2 S. Pet. 

ii. 13: — fem. («~^ . * '^', Acts xx. 24; Rom. v. 13. — PI. masc. 
^ - A. I .. 1 ^hess. V. 13; 1 S. Pet. ii. 10. 
Deriv. (A «n >. noun masc. clef. Thought, affection of the mind. — 
PI. def. ]A yn i\ S. James iii. 15. 

Heb. ^^n, Devised, meditated, for evil or good, Ps. x. 2; 
xxi. 12, &c. — Chald. i^n» Beckoned, counted: — part. Peil ph 
ril^tJ'n, Dan. iv. 32. 

■ — m Ar)g^ 1 its expenses, cost — Gr. ttJv 8a7rai'7;v — PI. def. with aff. of 
JQg^ 1 (or (pg^ i )^ def. \L£l£i2, noun fem. Outgoings, expense. — 
PI. def. lAAaJ, Acts xxi. 24; 1 Cor. ix. 7, 18:— lAAilJ, 2 Cor. 
xi. 8; xii. 15; and, in some Editions, in the two places last 

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quoted, — R. *Q..£U, Went out. 

Chald. {<pfij, def NHpS^j Expenditure, Ezr. vi. 4, 8. — 
Compare also the modern Heb. n5^^in> R- XV*- 

T T TT 

29 ^^> Transl. All that behold are mocking him,, or, mock him. 

31 n^Kr, of, Transl. Or lohat king is there, who goes to battle to fight 

loith a king his neighbour, and considereth not first, whether, &c. 

32. ^^..^tL^ , ambassadors — Gr. TrpccrjSctav — PI. def of jy-J^I, noun masc. 
A messenger. — With aff. Eph. vi. 20. 



S. LUKE XIV. 34, 35. XV. 1—14. 4G3 

Ver. 34. %£i\ _j5 . |, but if even — idv Se Kat, Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

35. |lo]^,ybr the dung-hill — cts KoirpCav — Def. of ^lO], noun masc. Heap 

of dung; dung, Gr. o-KvySaXa, Phil. iii. 8. — Occurs in the N.T. in 

these places only. 

— ]Jl I \\, ii goes not, i. e. is not fit for — Gr. oure .... fvOirov iariv. — 

Compare S. Matt. v. 13. 



CHAPTER XV. 

1 . Q. nAVi^ Transl. And there drew near unto Him the publicans 

and the sinners, «tc. 

4 ^1(0, Transl. And goeth and seeheth, &c. 

5 H^O, Transl. And when he hath found it, he rejoiceth, and taheth it 

tip on his shoulders; (6) and cometh to his house, and calleth his 

friends, &c. 

8 ^oLo, Transl. And loseth one of them. 

— P>Q.K», sweepeth — crapoi — Part, fern.— See note, S. Matt. xii. 44. 

11 1 001 r^P) Transl. And Jesus said to them again — Gr. cIttc Sc — 

The pret. followed by JOCTI has usually the force of a pluperfect: — 
here it expresses only a continued action. 

12 OlA r^|0) Transl. And his younger son said unto him. My 

father, give vie the portion that cometh to me from thy house. 

13 5A£D ,-i^O, Transl. And after a few days, his younger son gathered 

together all that came to him, i. e. to his share. 

— Aj^kj;.^, riotously — Gr. aVajrw; — Adverb derived from vxj;^, Flew, 

X 7 7 

Pa. Ky^-r£i, Wasted, see note, ver. 30, below. Extravagantly, 
loastefully. — Occurs here only in the N.T. 

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14. r^^^t) '^6 spent, had spent — Gi\ SaTravifo-avros — Pael pret. 3. sing, of 

7 

^lO.^, Completed. — Pa. Made compilete, finished, consumed. — Pret. 
1. sing, ^r^^i, ^r. tViTeXcVa?, Rom. xv. 28. 



464 S. LUKE XV. 15—25. 

Ver. 15. jAjLjrSo • « ^ «^ V) r>^_i», to one of the sons of the city, i.e. to 
one of the citizens — Gr. kvl t<2v ttoXitwk 

«*«>7-ii_ .04.7 

16. POO'^ r--^> ''■'^'^^^^ ^^^^ husks — ttTTo Twv KepaTLoiv — PI. def. of (^Oj.^^, 

noun masc. def. The carob-tree or ceratonia. — PI. TJie pods of the 

plant, still used as food for swine. 
17 1^^ Transl. How many hired servants are now in my father's 

house, and I am here (wSc, Sin. and Vat.) perishing with my 

hunger (pref. _1 marking cause or author). 

22. "jA^lik, a ring — SaKTuXtov — Or (A^DIA, noun fern. def. A o-ing, signet- 

ring.— V\. def. 1/IuDiIl, with aff. S. James ii. 2.— K. •op^, Heb. 
pty, Pi. Dug up a field, Isa. v. 2:— metaph. Engraved. 

Chald. i<pTj;, constr. and with aff. npTJ^, nJlpTJ?, Dan. vi. 18. 

— I ^ rnVn ^jCnQJ^DDJO, and shoe him, with shoes — Gr. Kai hore .... vttoot]- 

fxara cts tovs Tro'Sas — Aphel imperat, pi. with aff. of A£0, Put on 
shoes. — Aph. ^icD(, Caused shoes to be put on. 

23. |V)^ g^^ 1'0^) the fatted calf lit. the ox (or calf) of fatness — Gr. tov 

fwaxov Toi' (TiTevTov — ]Lq4^, noun masc. def. Fatness, a fattening. 
Occurs here only. — R. IsQ.^, Pa. Fattened. 

7 T •» 

— J>QrD^Aj, we ivill be (let us be) merry — ev<f)pav6<jjfjiiv — Ethpaal fut. 1. 

•^ 7 

pl. of V)mo or V^rno Was sweet, happy, see note, ver. 32, 

7 7 ,.■»> ^ 

below Ethpa. Snffn*'^/ ( (Acts ii. 26), Delighted, indulged him,- 

self; rejoiced, was cheerful. — Pret. 1. slug. ALqCD^Z.J, Rom. xv. 

24 Fut. i^lcniAj, Hebr. xi. 25.— 1. sing. ^mnZ.]* ver. 29, 

below Tmperat. SnmA;]" fem. . .Vtmnlf, Gal. iv. 27.— PI. 

QinrcloZ]^ Rom. XV. 10 Inf. nVn^oAVnV^ ver. 24, below 

~771> I7* 

Part. JsOCCI^ALd, ch. xvi. 19, below. — PI. masc, ^ .VnmoAVr>j 
Acts vii. 41; 2 S. Pet. ii. 13. 
N.B. This last, as well as pret. 1. sing, and the imperat. forms, 
might be referred to Ethpeel, as the pointing and signification are 
the same. 
25. I^LdI, music — Gr. av/i</)wvtas — Noun masc. def. A singing, musical 



S. LUKE XV. 25—32. 4(>5 

Ver. 25. feast; — also, in a bad sense, A revelling, riotous assemhly, Gr. 

Kw/i,os, Rom. xiii. 13; Gal. v. 21; 1 S. Pet. iv. 3.— R. 'So\, Sang. 

Heb. ni^T, Music, singing, Ps. Ixxxi. 3; Amos v. 23. — 

Chakl. n;^T, def. 5^^!3T, D^^n. iii. 5, &c. 
- . TT : 

Transl. He heard the voice of the music of many. 

27. OT-I^io], he hath received him, — auTov d-TreXa^ev — Aphel pret. 3. sing. 

with afF. of ^aJD, Pa. ^Cin, Took Aph. ^^ilirj], deceived, 

met. — This form occurs here only. 

7 7 _ t V > 

28. • .... .<~i <y> in Transl. And his father came aid, ifec. — d hi Trarrjp aurou, 

e^eXOwv, Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. 

7 7 

30. K*^'f£i , he hath devoured, wasted — Gr, 6 Kara^aywv — Pael pret. 3. sing. 

7 

of osj;.^, Flew, see note, S. Matt. vi. 26 Pa. Caused to fly, dis- 

7 7 

jjersed, scattered, wasted Part. oj;_£i1d, Gr. Stao-KopTrt^wi', cb. 

xvi. 1, below. 
Transl. JJut for this thy son, lohen he hath wasted thy living with 
harlots, and is come. 
— A£D^13, thou hast killed — e^ucras — Pret. 2. sing, of »CQnJ, Slev), immo- 

lated, sacrificed. Fut. S£)QSl2, 3. pi. ^£C12l3, Rev. vi. -i Im- 

perat. ^CDOTD, Acts x. 13; xi. 7 Part. Peil .nn . ni ^ Rev. xiii. 3. 

— Def (fn > m, cb. V. G, 12; xiii. 8. — PL inasc. . m . ^i cb. 
vi. 9; xviii. 2i, 

Deriv. lAlQIiJ, noun fem. def. A victim, slaughter, Gr. a-cjidyiov, o-cfiayrj, 
Acts vii. 42; viii. 32; Rom. viii. 36; S. James v. 5. 

31 .... ^^1, Transl. His father said unto him, 2Iy son, thou art ever ivith 
me, and lohatever is mine is thine. 

32. isOTCLOLQA, to make merry — eu^pav^r/fat— Inf. of isQOlO or IXlCdO, 
Was happy, lived in luxury. — Pret. 2. pi. ^AklCCLlD, Gr. eVpu- 

^i/o-are, S. James v. 5 Fut. :>aCQjQJ, 3. pi. ^QlaoiCLj, Rev. 

xi. 10. 

« 1> (> -x 

Deriv. ^iQCOao, noun masc. Pleasure, delight, 2 S. Pet. ii. 13. 
W. C. 59 



466 S. LUKE XV. 32. XVI. 1—8. 

Ver. 32. ]Vn ]rri«-^ ^ Sweet-smelling, aromatic, Kev. xviii. 12, (where ano- 

ther reading is (V)mn). 

]l^n^nm «-i (or ]i,!iQ£Q.r:D) noun pi. clef. Swc^ oils or ointments. 
Rev. xviii. 13. 



CHAPTER XVI. 

1 r^1o> Transl. And He spake a parable to His discijyles. 

— wjCno*'^ Ot\ aAD")Z| , he was accused unto him. See note, S. John 

viii. 44 a^^Ur (S. James v. 2), Ethpeel pret. 3. pi. of ^f, 

Ate. — Ethpe ^Id]Z'J, Was eaten, consumed, devoured Aphel 

^I3o1, Fed. — Fut. 1. sing. \i£20i, / shall give to feed, Gr. i/fw/Aio-w, 
1 Cor. xiii, 3 Imperat. with aff. ._iCn > N^OJ, Rom. xii, 20. 

7 ~ , . 

2 »_*OTjf-DO, Transl. And his lord called him, and said unto him. 

— *^Z.0A.»_O ZiC)5), of thy stewardship — Tr;s olKovofXLa^ crov — For Ao>, see 

note, S. John i. 38. 

oAjL.£i, def. "jZoAj.^ (ver. 3, 4, below; 1 Cor. ix, 17), noun 
fern. Household, house duties. 
>3. ^, ^^VtX rij and to beg — Kai iTraLTelv, Vat. MS. 

6. _jjA!^, measures — jSaroDs — PL of (jJALd (Gr. fjLcrprjTr]?, rendered by 

p.£:)5, S. John ii. 6), A fluid measure equivalent to the Heb. 
nS = tV ^^ ^ '^'dr\- The LXX. render pQ, by ix€Tpr]Tr]<;, 2 Chron. 
iv. 5. 

7. __»)Q2, measures — Kopov; — PI. of JOO, Heb. ^"j^ or *l5, A rneasure, 

both fluid and dry, containing 10 baths, and therefore equal to a 
^/bhj see Ezek. xlv. 14. 

7 J ^ 

8. «r^> o'*'* Lord — Gr. o Kvpio<;, usually understood of the stewai'd's 

master. 

X 17 

— .... . ^n . n ^ . , Transl. Are loiser than the children of light in (or, in 

regard to) this their generation. 



S. LUKE XVI. 9—19. 467 

Ver. 9 pl fcSJO, Transl. And I also say unto you, Make to yourselves 

friends of this mammon of unrighteousness ; that when it has failed, 
they may receive you into their habitations that (are) for eteiiiity. 

12 \^r^ tjo, Transl. And if in that ivhich (is) not your oion, ye have 

not been found faithful, — your oicn ivho shall give you? 

14. 0001 « o > V>Vr) they derided — i^efivKTrjpi^ov, so also ch. xxiii. 35, 

below; j(Xeva^oj/T€s, Acts ii. 13; i)(\evat,ov, Acts xvii. 32 Pael 

pai't. pi. (forming imperf. tense) of *OQiD ^qId (not used) Pa. 
.o .V) Mocked. 

Heb. p)f2, only in Hiph. p^/pH, Ps. Ixxiii. 8. 
Transl. But the Pharisees, when they heard all these things, because 
they loved money, derided Him. 

15. 001 r-»iJ> **^ abominable — Gi'. /SSiXvy/xa . . . . 1(ttlv — ala-xpov Icttl, Epli. 

V. 12. — Part. Peil (forming pres. tense) of ■),2 ^, Moved away 

from, rejected as abominable. — Pret. 2. pi. rOL^^, Gal. iv. l-i 

Fut. ,J_3. Occurs in tlie N.T. in these places only. 

Heb. *T*TJ) Fl^d away, P^. xxxi. 12; Iv. 8; Ixviii. 13. — 
Chald. "nj nj, Fled, of sleep, Dan. vi. 19. 

T 

16 ^DO, Transl. And every one presseth to it that he may enter. 

1 7. |^0i_| , letter — Gr. Kepaiav^Noun fern. def. occurring here only. 

Transl. Than that one letter from the Lav) should 2)ass aioay. 
19. (tClO, fine linen — /Svcrcrov — ISToun masc. def. Byssus, a fine and costly 
linen, Rev. xviii. 12, »tc. 

Heb, Y'^'2, Ezek. xxvii.. IG, where it is spoken of as a product 
of Syria (or Edom). 

— Aj|jL., sumptuously — Xa/i,7rpa3s — Adverb, Magnificently, snjKrbly, ex- 
cellently. —'R. "jL., Heb. nX!l, Was exalted, Exod. xv. 1, 21.— Syr 

Pa. ]Lt, Adorned. Part. Peil (or particip. noun) (L., def. W*\> 

Superb. Occurs in the 'N.T. here only. 

Deri v. Heb. nS2l) Arrogant, lifted iip, Isa. ii. 12; P.s. xciv. 



468 S. LUKE XVI. 19—23. 

Ver. 19. 2; cxl. G:— and ni5 (^r ^^^<;|), Exaltation, Job xxii. 29.— 
Chald. nil Pride, Dan. iv. 34. 

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20 jocn ISOJO, Transl. A')kI he ivas laid at the gate of that rich man. 

— p i .. n » «-^ . ., ^ w *^nVr) ^, smitten with ulcers — Gr. rjXKoijxivos Pael 

part, jiass. of (>wkLd, Struck Pa. ^.a-kkId, Smote, heat. 

Chald.. Pa. Xn/!3, followed by T'3, Struck upon the hand, i.e. 
hindered, Dan. iv. 32. 
[jLKiQ_», pi. dof. of p_K»Q_» (Rev. xvi. 2), noun masc. def. Aoi inflam- 

7 

matory sore. — PI. with aff. ver. 21, below. — E.. —kk^, Was hot. 
Heb. VntJ^'j -^^^ inflamed idcer, boil, Exod. ix. 9. 

21. jocn -*~^ ' ] 'AVn^ he desired — Gr, iTnOv/xwv — Ethpaal part, (forming 
imperf. tense) of «^|-» or *l:^^ , Longed for, not used, except in 

part. Peil (or verbal noun) ^*^ »( >, Desirous of, _^ Pa. *^\^ and 

quadrilit. «£Xj(-i Ethpa. *Cij(jZ.| and *Oj-jZ.(, Was inflamed 

ivith desire. Occurs here only in the N.T. 

Heb. ^i^''. Desired, Ps. cxix. 131.— Cogn. n^N*, n1^5, nXH, 

-T -TTT-T 

also ^nX; ^I'ld Lat. aveo. 

— T 

Transl. And he desired tofl.ll his hellij icith the crumbs, &.c. 

— « "^ vkxV'i j liching, licked — u7reAci;)(ov — Pael part. pi. of ^>.>^, 

. Licked. — Pa. y.».t^. Kept licking. — Occurs here only in the N.T. 
Heb. '^X^, Numb. xxii. 4. — Pi. "^Xw, same verse; Ps. 
Ixxii. 9. 
Transl. But even the dogs came and licked his sores. 
22 ,rn n\«-^ n]nj Transl. And the Angels carried, hhn, <fec. 

— ; »^ n ^ I J was buried — irdcfirj — So also, Acts ii. 29; 1 Cor. xv. 4. — 

Ethpeel pret. 3. sing, of i.^.O, Buried. — Ethpe. pret. 2. pi. 
A/.Ar^?] Col. ii. 12. — 1. pi. ,^; n ni.] , Rom. vi. 4. 

23 r-0) Transl. And ichen he was tormented in Hades, he lifted rip 

his eyes from afar of, and saw Abraham, and Lazarus in his 
hosoni. 



S. LUKE XVI. 24—31. XVII. 4— G. 469 

Ver. 24 Ir^Oj Transl. Aiid he cried with a hud voice and said. 

— .'^ / ; 1 he may inoisten — Gr. KaTaijjv^r] — Pael £ut. 3. sing, of %m^y, 

Pa. '*^(^ ^j Moistened. Some Editions read »d^^J, Peal. — Occurs 
only here in the N.T. 

Heb. ^tO'l) T17(s tvet with rain, Job xxiv. 8. 

— T 

— \ A . om \ ^ o , in the flame — Iv -ry <f)\oyt — Noun fern. def. Aflame. — • 

R. kiDCTLl^i, Arab. Burned.- — Syr. Shaph. ^^CJiXj, Set on fire, 
spread heat. — Part. pass. .*^rn \ •> V) Pev. i. 15. 

Heb. T\^Th^, Flame, Job xv. 30; Song of Sol. viii. 6; 
Ezek. xxi. 3. "(E.Y. xx. 47.) 

25 jjOlO, Transl. And now, hehold, he is comfwted here — Gr. vvv Se 

tuSe TrapaKaXetrat, Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. 
26. IZ.0C7I, a (jidf — yaaika — Def. of (0(71, noun fern, A ditch, chasm. — 

Occurs here only in the N.T. 

11 7 

28. ^mm 1 he may testify — Gr. SLa/xapTvp-qTai — Pael fut. 3. sing, of 
jCnrD, Was witness. — Pa. JCTLCD, Bore loitness. — Pret. 3. pi. OjOlOD, 
Acts viii. 25. — 1. pi. ^CTiro, 1 Thess. iv. G Fut. 1. pi. jcnLCDJ, 

71 7 17 

Acts X. 42 Part. joiICLd, Acts ii. 40, &c. — PI. masc. >^mmVr) 

7 

coalescing with --Ljvj, 1 Thess. ii. 12, 

31 |J »^], Transl. Not even if one rose from the dead, would they 

believe him. 

CHAPTER XVII. 

o *^ 

4. OX_i. *OQ,Clji , forgive him — Gr. a^ifcrets avrw. 

G. poi (ZoZvA, imto this sycamine tree — ry avKajxlyio rav-nj — l2.oZ, noun 

masc. def. The mulberry tree. 

Heb. nb'pp, pi. D^^p^ find T\)'f2^U, 1 Kings x. 27; 1 

Chron. xxvii. 28; Ps. Ixxviii. 47; Isa. ix. 9; Amos vii. 14; 

rendered by the LXX. in all these places by crv/<a/xiVos.-— The 

(TDKo/xajpea or o-uKoyawpata (ch. xix. 4, below), is the Egyptian fig. 

7 ..11 7 

— *0^JZ.(, he thou planted — cfivrevOrjTL — Ethpeel imperat. sing, of ^O^, 



470 S. LUKE XVII. 6—20. 

Ver. 6. Planted. — Ethpe, ^i::)^!], Was 2)lanted.—?vQt. 1. pi. ^^1], 

Rom, vi. 5. 
<. Pr^ J-^??> '^^'^^ {'^) driving the team ov lolough — Gr. aporpLwra — See 

note, ch. ix. 62, above. 
• — .... iZp /jo, Transl. And if he come from the field, will say itnto him 

immediately, Pass by (or. Come, approach, see note, cli. xii. 37, 

above), he seated. 
8. I>Q.«.joJ5, that I may sup — SetTn/T^o-w — Aphel fut. 1. sing, of isQjB_»-», 

7 .^ 

Supped. Fut. 1. sing. ^.« jof (Par. and Lond. Pol. — in other 

Editions I>Q.*_k»(, Aph.), Rev. iii. 20 Apli. :>QjiL>j|, same 

meaning. Pret. 3. pi. o^n •»->(, ch. xxii. 20, below; 1 Cor. xi. 25. 

9 (V> \ Transl. Doth he accept the favour of that servant ? — i. e. thank 

him — Gr. x^-P'-^ hi'^'-- 

— , nc^/ j> io,lD, that which loas commanded — Gr. ra SiaTa^^^eVra — 

Ethpeel pret. 3. sing, of rO^, Ordered. — Ethpe. part. ,ng^AVn^ 
Acts xxii. 10. 

11 f-^^> Transl. He 2}assed between the Samaritans and Galilee. See 

note, S. John x. 39. 

12 »*^ -; r\ j^o, Transl. And when {He teas) near to enter into a cer- 
tain village. 

17 "jocn U, Transl. Were not those, who were cleansed, ten? Where 

are the nine ? 

18 ]^V , Transl. Have they refused (lit. separated, — refusal con- 
taining the idea of separation) to come [and) give glory to God, 
save this who is of a foreign people? 

7 

20 r^O) Transl. And when (some) of the Pharisees asked Jesus, &c. 

— "JZjQ-^JlO, tcith observations — Gr. fxerd TrapaTrjpya-eux; — PI. def. of 

^JO^J, def. 1Z5q_^ (Rev. xviii. 2), noun fern. A guard, hold, 
defence; watching. — pO^J Aj_rD, Prison, Rev. ii. 10; xx. 7. — 
R. -f.^ , Kept. Whence also "jZoJQ-^ > ^iO"i^ f*-'!"- ^^f- ^^ keejnng. — 
PI. def. 12.0)043, 1 Cor. vii. 19. 



S. LUKE XVII. 20—35. XVIII. 1. 471 

Yer. 20. Also pQ_^, noun masc. def. A kee2:>er, guard. — PI. def. "j)Q_^, 

Acts V. 23; xii. 19. 
21. r~^^ '^j ^^^ notes, S. John iv. 15; S. Mark xiii. 21. 

Transl. Neither shall they say, Lo, it is here! and Lo, it is there/ 

23 ^(O, Transl. And if they shall say to you, Lo, lie is here/ and, 

Lo, He is there, go not. 
24. *0;^, shining, shineth, flasheth — Gr. do-TpdiTTova-a — Part, of *D^, 

Flashed, lightened. 

Heb. p15j Sent forth lightning, Ps. cxliv. 6. 

Transl. For as the lightning jiasheth out of Heaven, and illuminateth 
all that is under Heaven. 
29. "i-ijlD ^-^^1, the Lord rained — Gr. t/^pcfe — Aphel pret, 3. sing, of 

7 7 7 7 

i^^ (not used) Pa. ^-^j Rained. — Put. ^4^^U (in some Editions 

7 7 

;_^^Sqj, Aph.) Rev. xi. 6 Apli. Caused to rain. — Occurs in the 

N.T. in these places only. 

Heb. Hiph. *T*tO^/1, Poured rain, caused to rain, Gen. ii, 5; 
xix. 24; Ps. xi. 6; Ixxviii. 24. 

— 1Aj;.^1ID (in some Editions "jA-i;^:^:^), brimstone — O^lov — Noun fern. 

def. Suljyhur. — Whence ]-tA-t;nn, adj. Sulj)hureous : — PI. def. 

"[jAjV^^, Ptev. ix. 17. 

Heb. nnSl Gen. xix. 24; Ps. xi. 6. 

• : T • 

31. cn?Am*^\, bach — ets TCI oTTLo-iii — See note^ S. John vi. (dQ. 
35. ji-KKlIi, in one place, together — eVi to avVo. 



CHAPTER XVIII. 

1. ^TL_i> ^|iD]Z jJo, and that they should not faint — and not faint — Gr. 
KoX fxyj iKKaKCLv — ,J:d]Z, fut. 3. sing. feni. of %Ji^, Was weary, 
wearied of; — a verb always used impersonally (see Cowper's Gr. 
§ 130), with »i:2 of the object when expressed. Its forms, as 
occurring in the N.T., are 



472 S. LUKE XVIII. 1-7. 

Ver. 1. (1) Pret. 3. sing, fem, ._iy^ *Aj]Sd, / was grieved, Hebr. iii. 

10; — ai_::k AjjlD, lie teas grieved, ver. 17. 

(2) Fut. 3. sing. fem. as above, variously spelt and pointed, 
as OT-l ,-Sd|Z. |j5, that he xoould not he loth, delatj, Gr. fxi) oKvyaaL, 
Acts ix. 38. — __1 ^polZ jJo, and we shall not faint, Gr. fxrj 
Ik.\v6^€voi, Gal. vi. 9. — .»*.A ^|/ ]Jj, that I mag not faint, Gr. 
ixrj iKKaKiiv, E.V. that ye faint not, Eph. iii. 13. — ^Q^iA t P^Z. (J, 
he ye not weary, 2 Thess. iii. 13. —.^'^N — LojZ. (Jj, lest ye be 
wearied, Gr. Iva /xtj KafxrjTe, Hebr. xii. 3. 

(3) Part. fem. ^ ti|SD jj", we faint not, 2 Cor. iv. 1, 16 

^ p]^ Zocn 11 , let Its not he weary, Gal. vi. 9. — . i \ ]j jlD ]J , 
to me is not grievous, Gr. l[x.o\ ovk oKvrjpov, Phil. iii. 1. 

Aphel • pjo]. Made a trouble of, loas weary, negligent. Part, 
(forming pres. tense) (J] . jliQltD ]j, / am not negligent, Gr. ovk 
a/xcXi?(rw, 2 S. Pet. i. 12. 

Heb. |X23, only in Pi. |{<^, Refused, Gen. xxxvii. 35; Ps. 
Ixxvii. 3. 
Transl. That at every time (always) they should lyray, and not faint. 

2. JOOI ,_>^K.2A!iD, regarded — ii'Tpeiro[X€vo<; — Ethpaal part, (forming imperf 
tense) of r-»^>>^, Pa. r-»->-2j prop. Concealed, covered, whence, Put 

to sham^ Ethpa. ^j^k^dZ,!, Was ashamed, made to blush; whence, 

Regarded with reverence, with _lD of the object Fut. ,j.,kI3Aj, 

3. pi. ^OrJ^K.2)Aj, ch. XX, 13, below. 

Heb. Pi. ^in^j Concealed, Ps. xl. 11. 

4 \^\ y*^) Transl. And he ivould not for a long time. — Gr. /cat ovk 

■rjOiXy}<JCv €7rt -^povov. 

5. ]5ot1d, wearying — she shoidd weary — vVajTrta'^g — Aphel part. fem. — 
See note, S. Mark xiv. 6. 

7. jAli^Z. t*"''^^; shall do vengeance, shall avenge — iroLtja-ei riijv cKSiKiyo-tv — 
]A.NO/r) noun fem. def. A j)ctition, demand, satisfaction, recom- 
j)ence, revenge, ch. xxi. 22; 2 Cor. vii. 11; 2 Thess. i. 8; Hebr. 



S. LUKE XVIII. 7—16. 473 

Ver. 7. X. 30; 1 S. Pet. ii. 14.— With aff. ver. 8, below. — R. VliZ, 
Claimed, demanded. 
Transl. And shall not God rather do vengeance for His elect, &c. 

8 i*Or^( Transl. Bat the Son of man will come, and will He find, 

7 

think you (■ « '"^ = "^p"), faith on the earth ? 
9 JOOI ^IdIO, Transl. And He spake (see note, ch. xv. 11, above) this 

parable against those men who trust in themselves that they are the 

righteous, and despise every one. 
11. m « g^i 1 \ ._tOio 1 > £D, apart, by himself, lit. between himself and his 

soul — Gr. Trpos eavTov — Compare notes, S. John xi. 38; and x. 39; 

also ch. xvii. 11, above. 
Transl. And the Pharisee stood apai't, and th? is prayed. 

— |^Q.\v,j unjust — aSiKot (TrXeoveKrai, 1 Cor. v. 10; vi. 10). — PI. def. 

of »*^o\s, def. 1^0 \s, noun masc. One loho is covetous, ava- 
ricious, an op2)ressor, 1 Cor. v. 11; Eph. v. 5, Gr. TrAeoveKri/s, — 
E,. -•^ ^'^^ Injured, oj^pressed. 

— Ir-Mv (adulterers — ilol^oi — PI. def. of ; » .. def. (; > .i An adidterer. 

See note, S. Matt. xii. 39. 

13. J0(n «^f-^, he smote — eTUTrrev — Part, (forming imperf. tense) of «^;-^, 

Struck, beat Part. pi. masc. « <^i (^ , ch. xxiii. 48, below 

Pael «^^^, Agitated, afflicted, torm^ented. — Part. pass. pi. masc. 
—j^^'f^^, Gr, Ka/corxou/Acvot, Hebr. xi. 37 Ethpaal fc£);,^Z.], 

7 7 . .1> 

Was agitated, driven about. — Pret. 1. pi. __2)j_^Z.|, Gr. Siacftepo- 
ixeioiv 7;/xwv, Acts xxvii. 27 Part. «^j_4A1d, pi. . g^ ; o^V*, 

7 

coalescing with ,-J_»o, Gr. d-Tropovixevoi, 2 Cor. iv. 8. 

Heb. &*lt3> I^07'e in jyieces, as a wild beast, Gen. xxxvii. 33; 
Ps. xxii. 14. 

14 ZLkOJ, Ti'ansl. IViat this man tvent down to his ho^ise justified 

rather than that Pharisee. 

1(5 > \ 'I??, Transl. lit. For of those u'ho are such as these, theirs is 

the Kingdom of /leaven. Compare S. Matt. .\ix. 14. 
w. ('. 60 



474 S. LUKE XVIII. 18—40. XIX. 1. 

Ver. 18. p * .y _1d -j-j, one of the rulers — Gr. tis. . . apxwv — PI. def. of 
« .\ def. p » 'V noun masc. A prince, chief. — PL constr. 

> > 1 » .y Rev. vi. 15 Derived from - « '\ Head; whence 

also jZ.QJ_«_i5, noun fem. def. First estate, principality; — with 
aflF. S. Jude ver. 6. 

Heb. ntJ'J^'l, liSJ'n, The first, former, Gen. xxxii. 18; Job 
viii. 8. 

22 fO, Transl. N'oiv when Jesus heard, He said iinto him. The Sin. 

and Vat. MSS. omit raura. 

— .... v>l , Transl. Go, sell all that thou hast . andfolloiv Me. 

25 0|, Transl. Than a rich man (to enter) into the Kingdom of God. 

30 fJo, Transl. And shall not receive with many additions (or, doub- 
lings). See note, S. Matt, xxiii. 15. 

32 ^^A-mJ, Transl. For He shall be delivered unto the Gentiles, and 

they shall mock Him, and spit in His face, (33) and shall scourge 
Him, and spitefully entreat Him, and put Him to death. 

34 ^QJOI, Transl. But they understood not one of these things; but 

this saying .... and they knew not the things which were spoken 
unto them. 

7 y 

36 MSq*0, Transl. And he heard the voice of the crowd that passed, 

and asked who this might be. 

39 . \ >|n^ Transl. And they loho went before Jesus, rebuked him. 

7 7 

40 fO^O, Transl. And commanded that they should call him, to Him. 



CHAPTER XIX. 

^\l» r^O, Transl. And lohen Jesus entered and passed through 
Jericho, (2) a certain man, whose name was Zacchcetis, was rich, 
and chief of the publicans. (3) And he wished . . . . because Zac- 
chreus was little of stature. (4) And he ran before Jesus. See 
note, S. John xx. 4. 



S. LUKE XIX. 4—12. 475 

Vei*. 4. j/m . n<yi "jZA^, into a sycomore-tree, lit. into a wild (tasteless) 
Jig-tree — Gr. iirl a-vKOjxwpeav or avKOfJLtapaLav — Compare note, ch. 
xvii. 6, above, 

\Ll, see note, S. John i. 48. 

X 
.K. 17 T7 .CT7 

{Lti i,n^, fern. def. of 01 >,n'=^, def. |(JI > •0'=^, adj. Insipid, 
foolish, profane PI. fern. def. |Z.aT-A.^l2), Gr. /3e{3t]Xov?, 1 Tim. 

7 

iv. 7. — Form of part. Peil from CT2I2, Was tasteless. 

5 \l\ r^O, Transl. ^ncZ w/teri Jesus came to that place, He saw him, 

and said u7ito him, &c. 

,7 .■>. ^ _ ■» 7 

— fcliiaijACDJ, nia^e ^as^e — Gr, cnr€vcra<; — Etbpaal imperat. of kOCTl^ro, 

~ . . . . '' 

quadriliteral verb, (formed from the trilit. «^cn5, see note, 

7 7 

S. Mark v. 38), Urged, hastened Part. pass. «^ai;J3QlD, Acts 

.0 7 

XX. 16; XXV. 4; S. James i. 19. — Def. |'^rn_'mVn used as an adj. 
Light, swift, 2 Cor. i, 17; 2 S. Pet. iL 1.— PI. def. I^jOT^IDId, 
heady, Gr. TrpoTrcrcts, 2 Tim. iii. 4. 

7 ^7 »7. ^ 

Ethpa. *IDaijACD|, in the next verse, Was hastened, made haste. 
8, /o .« \'=^j </je half of - — to rjjxia-r} — See note, ch. xi. 5, above. 

— Ao2^.L, / have taJcen lorongfully, defrauded — Gr. io-vKocfidvTrja-a — Pret. 

.7 

1. sing, of «^XL, Injured, oppressed, deceived, defrauded. — Pret. 

1. pi. ^^'^v, 2 Cor. vii. 2 Fut. >^n\sj, with aff. 2 Cor. 

ii. 11 Inf. .^VvVnV^ 1 Thess. iv. 6 Part, -^^y pi. masc. 

^»»JA1, 1 Cor. vi. 8. 

Ethpaal «^^JLZ.|, Was wronged, endured injury Part. pi. 

^Aj] ^ I nNsAlO, Gr. aS^/<€^cr^e, 1 Cor. vi. 7. 

Transl. And to every man, whatever I have taken wrongfully, I restore 
fourfold. 

11. jiOpCLl fc£l£DO|, He added to speak. He farther spake. — Gr. ■Kpocrdtl'i 

cTttc. 

12. \d'i tLooia^ r-^) son of a nohle family, nobleman — Gr. cuyct/?;? — See 

note, ch. i. 58, above. 



476 S. LUKE XIX. 13—36. 

Vei-. 13. ■ > iSf), pounds — /u,vas — PI. of j « ^^ (ver. 24, below) noun 
masc. def. A weight = 100 shekels.— With aff. ver. 16, 18, 20, 
below. 

Heb. nJD, 1 Kings x. 17; compare 2 Chron. ix. 16. 

V T 

7 .1. 

15 r^|> Transl. He commanded that they should call to him those his 

servants. 

17 \\ > Xo*'^^ , Transl. because in a little thou hast been found faith- 
ful, thou shalt he rider over, &c. — Similarly in ver. 19. 

20 (Ol, Transl. Behold thy pound, xohich ivas ivith me, laid up in a 

napkin. 

26 r^l J Transl. He saith unto them, I say unto you, &c. 

28. .-aCnoLo, n N , before — efj-irpocrOev — See note, S. John i. 15. 
Transl. He went before, to go to Jerusalem. 

30 Q~^1j Transl. Go into the village that is over against us; and when 

ye enter, behold, ye sliallfind a colt tied, &c. 

35. fc_»cna£12)5|, they caused to ride (afF. pleon.) — Gr. eirePijSaa-av — Aphel 

pret. 3. pi. of .HiD?, Eode Aph. .*^'^^(^ Caused to ride Put. 

•« 7 -x 7 

K^HZi-rJ, 3. pi. ^ar:i^f.J, with aff. pleon. Acts xxiii. 24. — So Par. 
and Lond. Polyglotts : all the other Editions read as Peal. 
Deriv. from this conjugation (on.Vnj def. jAd^j^Lo, noun fern, 
A chariot. Acts viii. 28, 29, 38.— PI. ^An -,-<^^ def. lAAlD*^, 
Rev. ix. 9; xviii. 13. 

Heb. ^^2*in, Ps. Ixvi. 12.— Deriv. H^^^jb, ^ chariot. Gen. 
xlvi. 29. * 

7 10 

36. O001 _i_CD^, they spread — vTzicrTpwvvvov — Part, pi, (forming iraperf. 

tense) of »CDj.a, Extended, spread, strewed. Put. »CD0;_2J Part. 

Deriv. «CDO^, noun masc. Form, manner, Gr. Tp6iro<:, Phil. i. IS. — 
Def. 1^5025. 

(ACD-j;^, noun fern. def. of form part. Peil, A cake of bread, 
specially that consecrated in the Holy Eucharist, Acts ii. 46. 
Heb. jj^*l£) , prop. Broke in pieces, Mic. iii. 3 : — Spread out, 



S. LUKE XIX. 36—48. XX. 1—5. 477 

Ver. 36. Ps. xliv. 21. — Cogn. D'lS)) Broke bread, Isa. Iviii. 7; witliout 
DH/j Jer. xvi, 7. — Chald. 0*13 j Tore away, asunder, Dan. v. 
25', 28. 

37. jZA>>>.V)\, at the descent — tt/dos ttj KarafSdcrei — Noun fern. def. A slope, 
sloping ground. — With afF. pleon. |1Qj5 aiZ.A>^.SQrD, Gr. ets T171/ 
^vpTLv, Acts xxvii. 17. — R. A>jJ, Z)esce?^rfec/, Aph. part. A.K»i^. 
Transl. -4?i£/ Wie?i ZTe was come nigh to the descent of the mount of 
the place (Jiouse) of Olives. 

43 oZp, Transl. But the da.ys shall come upon thee, that thine 

enemies shall compass thee round, &c. 

44. « > 010 '=^ hjSCLi, they shall overthrow thee, lay thee even with the 
ground — iSaifttova-l crc— Fut. 3. pi. Avith aff, fern, of >,21.k*SB, Sub- 

verted, laid prostrate. — Fut. .<=^n ....mi Pa, .g^ «... m^ see note, 

S. Matt. xxi. 12 Ethpaal s£i^tS£i'\, Was cast domi. — Part. pi. 

X 7 T> 7 

. c^ ^^Arri^n^ coalescing with — Lj^, 2 Cor. iv. 9. 

Deriv. (^i_Kja£D, noun masc. def. Subversion, destruction, 2 Tim. ii. 
14;— with aff. 2 Cor. x. 8; xiii. 10. 

Heb. &nD> Swept away, as a deluge of rain, Pro v. xxviii. 
3. — Niph. ftPlDJ, Was swept away, Jew xlvi. 15. 

— 5 .g^ \ ... because — Gr. av6^ wv — See note, S. John i. IG. 

— « I 01; SOCT)?, of thy visitation — t^s iTria-KO-n-rj's o-ov — See note, S. John 

viii. 4. — Used in this sense here only in the N.T. 

48. OT-O I OCT! ]jL, hung upon Him — Gr. i^eKpe/xaro — So Virgil, 

pendetque iterum narrantis ab ore. 

JEn. IV. 79. 



CHAPTER XX. 

1 JOOIO, Transl. And it came to pass on one of the days. — The Sin. 

and Vat. MSS. omit Ikuvwv. 
5 ^-^ r^|> Transl. He will say to tcs, And ivhy did ye not believe 

hint? — The Sin. and Vat. omit ovv. 



478 S. LUKE XX. 6—24. 

Ver. 6. . rr> <y\Vn they he persuaded — Gr. TrcTreicr/xcVos . . . . Icttlv (o A.ao's) 
__Aphel part. pass, pi., agreeing in sense with [^^; a noun of 
multitude. See note, S. Matt, xxvii. 20. 

7 O^LdJO, Transl. And they said unto Him, We know not whence it 

was. 

7 7 

9. «^^), who planted. So the Vienna and all the Editions except the 
Par. and Lond. which read «^ ^ . 

— 1^*"^ I , he loent into a far country — aireSijfJirjcre — Aphel pret. 3, sing, of 

,„SD, Arab. Was far distant. — Syr. Aph. Took a long journey. 
Occurs only here in the N.T. — The Gr. word is rendered by 
«IDV»^; in the parallel passages, S. Matt. xxi. 33; S. Mark xii. 1. 

17. Pr^, the end, extremity. — See note, S. Matt. vi. 2. — In this and the 
parallel passages, S. Matt. xxi. 42; S. Mark xii. 10, the words 
are the same in the Original, and so rendered in the Syr., with 
the addition here of |J^^. 

20. \j»0 ■ .., spies — iyKaOirov? — PI. def. of .-»n m .■, def. ^^O ■ .., noun 
raasc. A spy, Her in wait, explorer. — So Hebr. xi. 31, Gr. tous 
KaTa(TKOTrov<s. — S. James ii. 25, Gr. tous ayyeXor?. — R. • » » , ■ - » ,., 
Touched, handled, see below, ch. xxiv. 39. 
Transl. And they sent unto Him spies, which should feign, kc. 

— P_»,A, to the judge — Gr. ttj apxfj — So the Vienna and most of the 

Editions: — others read ^Lj,.A, to the judgment. 

23. ^OnZ.Q-Lj_K» , their craftiness — avToiv Trjv iravovpyiav Q^;_kj, def. 

|Zq_L^jv» (2 Cor. iv. 2), noun fem. Wiliness, cleverness, generally 
in a bad sense. Here with afF. as also 1 Cor. iii. 19 ; Eph. iv. 14.— 
R. ^;-KJ, Was diligent, crafty: — whence also the participial noun 
^i-*^, def. |Z.;.>j, Crafty, Gr. iravovpyos, 2 Cor. xii. 16. 

Heb. V^lH) Cut into, sharpened; whence. Was active, eager, 
on the alert, 2 Sam. v. 24. — Whence V!)*)!!, Diligent, Prov. x. 
4, (fee. 

24. |^;HaAo, the superscription — iTnypa<f>yjv — Noun fern. def. A icriting. 



S. LUKE XX. 24—47. XXI. 1—4. 479 

Ver. 24. inscription. — PI. def. jAliljAD, Hebr. v. 12. — Form part. Peil of 
s^Loi, Wrote. 

26 (Jo, Transl. lit. And they could not lay hold on a word from Him 

before the people. 

28 - » ^ ( . j , Transl. If a man's brother (lit. a man his brother) die, 

and he have a wife loith no children, &c. 
37. r^jl, he commemorated — Gr. ifitjwarev — Aphel pret. 3. sing, of ^Dj, 

Remembered. — Aph. Caused to remember, called to remenibrance 

Part. ;^jLD, pi. ^r2i^ , Hebr. x. 3. 
Heb, Hiph. n^3Tn, Gen. xl. 14. 
Transl. But that the dead arise (or, will rise), even Moses declared; 
for he commemorated at the bush, when he said, The Lord, the 
God of Abraham, &c. 

40 fcOoZ |Jo, Transl. And they durst not again ask Him concerning 

anything. 

2u I , Transl. How say the Scribes concerning Christ, that He is 
the son of David? 
42. "jj'akJU^j, of the Psalms— \{/aXixwu— 'PI def. of joioikJ, def. "jlolD^, 
(Acts xiii. 33; 1 Cor. xiv. 26), noun masc. A Psalm. — Pu '^}, 
Sang. 

Heb. ^i^T/b> in the Titles pi-efixed to many of the Psalms. 

43 P^i-^) Transl. Until I place thine enemies beneath Thy feet. 

44 ^), Transl. If David therefore calleth Him Lord, how is He his 

son '/ 
47 ^^ 1 N^l? v^UCn, see note, S. Matt, xxiii. 13. 

CHAPTER XXI. 

1 ^j? r-»^, Transl. And Jesus gazed upon the rich men ivho were cast- 
ing, &c. 

4. Zooi U.J_Dj, that she had, possessed — oV ct^cv — See note, S. Matt. x. 
9- — Part. Peil fern, used actively, as also Acts iv. 34. 



480 S. LUKE XXI. 9—2.-). 

Ver. 9 |J], Trans! . But not yet has the end come. 

10 So on 1 ^ Transl. For nation shall rise, &c. — the Syr. omitting to'tc 

11. IjJaroo ]AX>j5, years and terrors — ^o'/Jr/rpa — jjJCLCD, pi. def. of 

|>5Q-CD, noun masc. def. Alarm, terror. — R. 5;XD, Was alarmed. — 

Occurs here only in the N.T. 
Transl. And there shall he fears and terrors, and very great signs 

shall be seen from Heaven, and there shall he very great temjyests. 
12 ^OHJOriijjZUO, Transl. And they sliall bring yon before the Rings 

and rulers, &c. 
14. . <7^\ . Ayi instructed. — Ethpeel (or Ethpa.) part. pi. of «^iJ^j, 

Learned. — Ethpe. «.2l^jZj , Il'as tmight. 

— (-kj05 .n <yi^n\ fnr defence. See note, ch. xii. 11, above. *0_2iLD, 
noun masc. A going forth. Of fox-m Aph. part, from ««Q.2U, 
Went out. — Used only (in the N.T.) in this phrase; and with pref. 

•X 7 7 

s^, ooO^riS wTI^iSd, Acts xxii. 1; Rom. i. 20; Phil. i. 7; 2 Tim. 

» P -X 7 7 

iv. 16. — (joO^rD *0_£iLd, Acts XXV. 16; Rom. ii. 1; 2 Cor. vii. 

11; Phil. i. 16; 1 S. Pet. iii. 15.— There occurs also 
Fem. def. 'JAn.SlLD, Gr. rr^s i^oSov, Hebr. xi. 22. 
Transl. But settle in yoxir heart, that ye shall not he instmicted for 

defence. 
15 1r-»l> Transl. Against vihich all yovr adversaries shall not be able 

to stand. 
16 nn^oViV m 1 Transl. But your imrents {fathers), and your 

brethren, and your kinsfolk, and your friends, shall betray you, 

and some of you they shall jtut to death. 
19. ^QJjdZ, ye shall gain, u'in — Gr. KTrjo-adOt. — The Vat. J\18. reads 

KTrjcrtcrdi. 
24. . r)«-^A m 1 they shall he led away cajftive — al)(^fiaX(aTL(TOr]crovTaL — Eth- 

peel fut. 3. pi. of ]£u, Took captive. —'Eth\^e. .^^.^A^ | , Was 

carried captive. — Fut. (^^A-a-J. 

U7.,. oOv ,, ""'^ 

rJ>\ MJ»Q^O, and smiting of hands — (iv. er a-opia — j^j»aa, noun 



S. LUKE XXI. 25— 3o. 481 

Ver. 25. niasc. (here consfcr.), Doubt, j)er2)lexiti/, striking the hmids together, 
whether in joy or terror, Def. n •(!£)■ — R. y.*.^, A2)2)lauded 
hy clapping the hands; doubted. Occurs here only in the N.T. 

— |Z.C7loZ. ^^, from astonishment, extreme fear. — Noun fern. clef, occur- 

ring here only in the N.T. — R. CTIOZ., Was amazed. 
Transl, From horror at the roaring of the sea. The Sin. Vat. and 

Alex. MSS. read rj-^ovs OaXda-a-rj'S. 
2G |i»OlO, Transl. And perturbation lohich drives out the souls of 

men, from the fear of what is about to come upon the earth. 
27 'X^^, Transl. With much power and great glory. 

I 7 _ ^ 

30. . V; c^V> shooting forth, they shoot forth — Gr. TrpoySaXcoo-iv — Aphel 

7 

part. \}\. of VX^, Recompensed, rewarded; budded forth, as a 
tree Aph. Vi;^|, Put fortli shoots, buds, Hebr. ix. 4 Part. 

Transl. Which ivlien they shoot forth, immediately from, them ye 
understand that summer is near. 
3-i. JZq_^CICd|o, with surfeiting — ei' KpaL-n-dXr] — Noun feni. def. from the 
Gr. do-ujTLa, which it represents, Eph. v. 18; Tit. i. 6; IS. Pet. 
iv. 4. 

.p. -X p 7 _ ^ (X 7 

— (-.ajO;^, ivith drunkenness — fxiOy — Def. of Q_.05, noun fern. Intempe- 

rance, intoxication. Occurs also Rom. xiii. 13; Gal. v. 21; 1 S. 
Pet. iv. 3. — R. (o3, Was satiated, intoxicated. 

Heb. n^11> Abunda,nce, fulness, Ps. xxiii. 5; Ixvi. 12. 

.''70 

|Aj^kj2)» , a snare — ;rayts — Noun fern. def. of form part. pres. from 

7 

o^K^t , see next note. Prop. Any sudden or tttiexpected calamity. 
— PI. def. (ZLk*,^. . — Occurs here only in the N.T. 

7 1> _ ■-* 

wKK^^J, it shall come on, overtake suddenly — Gr. eTreXcuVeTat — Fiit. 
3. sing, of ^>.k2). , Befel, came suddenly on, with \^ of the object. 

T ^. p -X .X . 7 7 

So ^1—^ JCIJ ^m ' \v oa.^» , Xuroddln came upon them on 

^ » _ -X , . . 7 7 7 

a sudden. — J-iCn)0| \lL s>j.S»j, that suddenly befel the Edes- 
senes — people of Orrhoa, i.o. Pjdcssa. (Bar Hebraus.) — Occnrs 
here only in (ho N.T. 
W. C. Gl 



35 



482 S. LUKE XXI. 38. XXII. 4—22. 

r XT 

Ver. 38. OOtTI -.>.V), OV), came early — Gr. wp^pi^c — Pael part. pi. (imperf. 
tense) agreeing with y>Ci\, noun of multitude. See note, S. John 
XX. 4. 
Transl. And all the people came early to Him to the Temple, to hear 
His icord. 



CHAPTER XXII. 

4, (ilucnj |J_»_K» wt^jo, and the chief powers (authorities) oftJie Temple — 
Gr. Tois a-TpaT7]yols, the caiytains of the Jewish guard of the Temple, 
the chief of whom was styled o orpa-nyyos rov Upov, Acts iv. 1. — 
See ver. 52, below, and Whitby's note on that place. 
Transl. He communed with the Chief Priests and Scribes, and 
captains, &c. 

7. .pnmA y should he hilled — Gr. OvecrOai — ^Ethpeel fut. 3. sing, of »CQI13, 
Immolated, slew. — Ethpe. »QQIUZ.J (1 Cor. v. 7), Was sacrificed. — 
Pret. 2. sing. Atq^jZ]* Rev. v. 9. 
Transl. On which it was the custom that the Passover should he killed. 

10. |c)t_j., a pitcher — Kepa/xLov (Syr. p]lD, S. Mark xiv. 13.) — Noun 

masc. def. occurring only here in the N.T. 

— .... v>l, Transl. Go after (follow) him, (11) and where he entereth, say 
U7ito the lord of the house. Our Master saith. 

11. Q.JLjj, u'hich is? — Gr. ttoC icrTi; — Compounded of p.j(, pron. interrog. 

•X 

masc. and 001. 

14 (Z|, Transl. Jesus came, (and) sat down. 

17, 18. These verses are not found in the ancient Syr. Version, but liave 
been supplied by some later hand. 

20 ZqDOIO, Transl. And likeioise also concerning the Cup, after they 

had supped. He said, &c. 

21 OlrJ], Transl. The hand of My hetrayer is on the tahle. 

22. w^^Z], it teas determined — Gr. to wpio-fxevor — Ethpeel pi'et. 3. sing. 



S. LUKE XXII. 22—32. 483 

Ver. 22. of .~»r2, Separated, decreed. Ethpe. Was separated, distin- 
guished, defined, destined. Acts x. 42; Rom. i. 1 Pret. 3. pi. 

ajflsiZ], Gr. direx'^pio-Or], Rev. vi. 14 Fut. ,_»;^Aj, 2 Thess. 

iii. 14 Imperat. pi. Q^-rklX, 2 Cor. vi. 17 — Part. ^^AlD, 

pl. . » ;g^AV) The two last pi. forms are identical with, and 
regarded by some as, Ethpaal. 

25. j A>^ ^ «_.,,CXL, doers of good things, benefactors — Gr. cvcpycrai. 

29 p1o> Transl. And I j)roniise (Gr. Stari^c/xai) unto you, even as My 

Father hath promised unto Me a kingdom, (30) that ye shall eat 
and drink at the table of My kingdom, and sit on thrones, and 
judge, &c. 

31. ,pj2^0-rlL2}, that he may sift you — Gr. tou o-iviaVat — Put. 3. smg. 

with aif. of *^\^, Mingled, shook together, as grains of corn in a 

sieve Fut. »SO;.U. See note, S. Matt. viii. 11. 

Deriv. ^Q^, noun masc. def. A pledge, security, surety, Hebr. vii. 
22.— PI. def. "|£-^, Acts xvii. 9. 

Heb. ^iy, prop. Mingled: — intrans. Was surety for. Gen. 

xliii. 9; Ps. cxix. 122 Chald. ^nj; Pa. ^*|^, part. pass, i^^ib, 

Mixed, Dan. ii. 41, 43.— Ithpa. ^'lyJlXj part. pl. ver. 43. 

Transl. And Jesus said unto Simon, Simon, behold Satan desireth 
(asketh) to sift you as wheat. 

7 7 7 

32. y'fjm , strengthen — a-Ttjpi^ov — Pael imperat. of 5;_» ^^ , Tl'^as made strong, 

7 

was confirmed. — Pret. 3. pl. 0^j», Gr, iaTepewOrjo-av, Acts iii. 7. 

Pa. 5;.^, Made strong, confirmed, established Fut. 3;_a_3, 

with aff. Rom. xvi. 25; 1 Cor. i. 8; 1 Thess. iii. 2.-2. pl. ^5^iZ, 

7 7 7 7 

2 Cor. ii. 8, — 1. pl. 3;_aJ, Hebr. xiii. 9 Imperat. pl. o3^^, 

Hebr. xii. 12; S. James v. 8 Part. 5^Ld, 2 Cor. i. 21; Tit. 

X 7 7 7 

iii. 8. — Pl. masc. _i5^jlLo, Acts xiv. 21 Part. pass. \- •^^ 

fem. def. fZ5[«V), 2 S. Pet. i. 10.— Pl. masc. ^ >'^: «^, 1 Cor. 
XV. 58; Col. ii. 7. 

, 7 7 .•?. 

Ethjjaal jjA^I, Was confirmed, persuaded. — Pret. 3. sing. 



484 S. LUKE XXII. 32-43. 

Ver. 32. fein. lWL»f, 1 Cor. i. 6; Gal. iii. 15, 17; Hebr. ii. 2; ix. 18.— 

2. sing. lylL*]] 2 Tim. iii. 14.— 3. pi. ojiVLb]] Hebr. ii. 3 

Fut. 3>Zl«_3, Rom. xiv. 5. — 2. pi. ^jjA^Z., Rom. L 11; Eph. 

iii. 16.-1. pi. jjLaJ, 1 S. Pet. v. 10 Part. jj^aV), fern. 

IjJ^Sd, 1 Cor. viii. 10; Hebr. ix. 17. 

Heb. deriv. HI^^ISJ^ or rill*!^', Obstinacy, Dent. xxix. 18; 

Ps. Ixxxi. 13. 
Trans). And do thou cdso in time return (or turn thyself, he converted), 

and strengthen thy brethren. — See note, ch. ix, 38, above. 
33 ^SV)j, Transl. But Simon said unto Him, My Lord, with Thee 

I am ready both for j^rison and for death. 

36 _IDP, Transl. Let him sell his garment, and buy for him a sword. 

37. PlIdZj, I shall be numbered — Gr. iXoytcrOT] — Ethpeel fut. 1. sing, of 

(.I.^D, Numbered. — Ethpe. »_»_liDZ|, Was counted, reckoned, Acts 

i. 26.— Fut. "lik)Aj. 
— i>Q^A^] , are accomplished. So the Vienna and several other Editions, 

defectively for preter. 3, plur. nViXA m\ — Another reading is 

- ' V)\A »j 3. ]A. feni. — while others, whom Schaaf follows, read 

nV?\Ajl — vO::?^^- 

41. j,„AisD, a stone's cast — fSoXrjv — Noun occurring here only in the 

10 1.7- 

j_». Cast, Aph. .-«,-» I . — Simi- 
larly are formed (l_.fc.^ (with \^\ ) Boldness, from U-\t, 1 Tim. 
iii. 13: — (V^^kLd (with p_»_L) Bye-service, from |]-k», Eph. vi. 6; 
Col. iii. 22:— "liloLD, from ]Id, ^. Mark xiii. 35;— Ijjio, from 
|)5, ch. ii. 44, above. 
43. cnj^ ^\ju.kkSD5, who (was) strengthening Him — Gr. ivia-x^f^v aijroV — 
Pael ])art. of viQ^j (not used) Pa, ^.»_»«j. Confirmed, strengthened. 
— Pret. 3. sing, with aff. 1 Tim. i. 12; 2 Tim, iv. 17.-3. pi. 
O,.^ * K>, Acts XV. 32. From the original but unused root are 
derived 

^.A.>j, noun masc. Bower, might. Acts iv. 7; Rom. i. 4; Col. 
i. 11; 2 Thcss. ii. 9. 



S. LUKE XXII. 43—48. 485 

Ver. 43. ^\j_k!kSd, adj. comp. of ^-i,,k> and iO (for _Sd) privative, as 

Gr. d<T6€vt]<;, Weak, infirm, Rom. viii. 3; 2 Cor. xiii. 3, — Def. 

]1_i.j1Ld, Rev. iii. 17 PI. masc. ^i W kkLd, 1 Cor, xii. 22; — 

coalescing with _J-k», 2 Cor. xiii, 4. — Def |l" ^..Vn Rom. xv. 
1, &c. 

j/n\ . .^^V> noun fern, def Weakness, iivfirmity, 2 Cor. xiii, 
4: — with aff, Hebr. vii. 18, 

Heb. ':)^n (not used) Hiph. b^HH, Ps, x, 5. 

44, (A\k»^, in fear, agony, of body and mind — Gr, Iv aywvi'a, 

— Zui*^ > '~)L, earnestly — Gr. iKTevia-repov — Adverb, occux'ring here only, 

— R, »^d2., Was urgent. 

— (TlAl^O), His sweat — o tSpws avrov — (ZuLOj, noun fern, def occurring 

only here in the N,T. 

Heb. nyij Sweat, Gen. iii. 19. — R, y!)T, Was moved, agitated; — 
as the effect of violent motion or perturbation, 

— jA^ji, drops — Opojxfioi — PI. def of (A!^^, noun occurring here only. 

— ^jSUO, and it (sc. ]k3))/eS. 

45. ]A,0-L ^liD,fior sorrow — aVo t^s Xinrr]<; — Def. of (nv (Acts xxvii. 22; 

Phil. ii. 27), noun fern. Affliction, grief, anxiety. See also S, James 
iv, 9.— PI, def, "lAili, 1 S, Pet. ii. 19;— with alF. 1 Thess. iii 7.— 
R. *DQli %O.V., Was pressed, straitened. 
Heb. T]p^^ Oppressio7i, Ps. Iv. 4. 

47. CJin ■ 10, and kissed Him — Gr. (fnX-fjaai avTov. 

— . . . . ]Z| ;,j_^. (>(J1, For this sign had he given to them-; — Whomsoever I 

shall kiss, that same is Zre,^This passage is found in the Cod. 
Bezse, and, with slight variations, in other MSS, both uncial and 
cursive; — one adds Kpa-njaare avTov. — Also in the Philoxenian 
Syr,, Armenian, ^thiopic, and some other Versions, 

48, lAn^QJir:, ivith a kiss — t^iXif/AaTt — Or "jAn^QJ, — see also Rom. 

xvi. 16; 1 Cor. xvi. 20; 2 Cor. xiii. 12; 1 Thess. v. 26; 1 S. Pet. 



486 S. LUKE XXII. 48—63. XXIII. 2. 

Ver. 48. v. U.— Def. of lri*QJ, noun fern. A kiss.—'Pl clef. lAAjioJ.— 

7 

R. «0-A-3, Kissed. 

Heb. HD'^i:^^, Prov. xxvii. 6; Song of Sol. i. 2. 

7 7 

49 0]-kj ,D, Trausl. 5it< w7ie»z thei/ loho were with Him saw what was 

done, they say unto Him, Lord, shall we smite them, with swords? 

. p 7 

50. CTLdTDJ, cut off (&S. pleon.) — d(j>uXev — See note, S. John i. 16. — The 
same Gr. word is rendered by C7LXCl», S. Matt. xxvi. 51; S. Mark 
xiv. 47; — so also diriKoxpiv, S. John xviii, 10. 

•X 7 

51 ®r-^' Transl. It sufficeth thus far. And He toiicJted the ear of him 

who was smitten, and healed it. 
52 r^|0) Transl. And Jesus said unto those who loere come to Him, 

the Chief Priests, and the elders, and the captains of the Temple, 

(see above, ver. 4), Be ye come out. . . . to take Me? 
54 Or^jjo, Transl, Then took they, and led Him to the hoiise of the 

High Priest. 
55. OrJ^Oj, they kindled — Gr. dipdvTUiv — Aph. pret. 3. pi. of r-*«»^> used 

here and Acts xxviii. 2 for ,^j. Aph. pjo0|. 
— cn-i'?r-»^, around it, sc. |>QJ. — See note, S. Matt. iii. 5. 

Transl. And they lighted a fire in the midst of the hall, and were 

sitting around it; and Simon himself also was sitting among them. 
57 OCn, Transl. And he denied, a^id said, &c. The Sin. and Vat. 

MSS. omit avTov. 

58 l^P) Transl. And Peter said, I am not, 

59. ]oC7l J;.jjASd, confidently affirmed, lit. contended — 8ao-;(vpt^cTO — Part. 

forming iraperf. tense. See note, S. Matt xii. 19. 
63 i'.'*^ a"j Transl. And the men that held Jesus mocked Him, and 

blindfolded Him, (64) and struck Him on His face, and said, &c. 

CHAPTER XXIII. 

7 7 ^ « « . 

2. ^ n% ) our nation — to e9vo<; (>?/awi', Sin. and Vat. MSS.) So below, ver. 
5, Gr. Tov Xaov. 



S. LUKE XXIII. 2—13. 487 

Ver. 2 r^10) Transl. And sayhig of Himself that lie is the King^ 

Messiah. 

1\ 7 

5. rrt » .. m^ that He hath stirred up — Gr. on avao-etet — Pret, 3. sing, 
with aff. pleon. of ■ ^ \a ^ , Roused up, disturbed. — Pret. 3. pi. 

QjL_, fc_» , Acts vi. 12; xiv. 18 Put. ' *^ ti * ^ Part. - » .i «, 

fem. I * .1 * J S. James i. 6. —Part. Peil - « > .i «^ fern. ( » « .i • ^ 
S. John xii. 27, whei-e see note.— PI. masc. . » . .. •j Acts 
xix. 32. 

Deriv. j ^o .. m ^ noun masc. def. A seditious ^jersow. — PI, def. 
( »o, .. m J Acts xix. 40. 

G .mo [\\ . g^ J Transl. ^?t^ itView Pilate heard the name of Galilee, he 

asked, &c. 

10. A->]V->1-^j vehemently — cutovws — Adverb, derived from I^jIA, Strong, 

mighty, vehement. — Fem. def. |Z.V-«1A, Gr. /3tata9, Acts ii. 2. — PI. 
masc. def. |V-»l-^5 Gr. aypta, S. Jude ver. 13. — P. IV^ l^;*, I^Tas 

jwioerfid. 

11. *_»01Q_K>,^^0, a?ic^ /iis men of war, his soldiers — Gr. crvv tois orpaTeu- 

fxaaiv avTov — PI. with aff. of f »^». \tyi (Acts x. 7; 2 Tim. ii. 3), 
properly part. masc. def of . «-».\g^. Laboured; — see note, S. John, 
vi. 27. — Used as a subst. A soldier. — PI, def ],>^^^, Rev. 
ix. 16. 
Transl. But Herod despised Him, he and his men of war: and lohen 
he had mocked, he arrayed Him in a scarlet robe, and sent Him 
to Pilate, 

12. ( ' n'-^*-^, \v«-^ enmity — Gr. Iv tx^pa — Def of QnnrNsD, noun 

fem. Enmity. Occurs also Rom. viii. 7; Gal. v. 20; Eph. ii. 14^ 
16; S. James iv. 4. — Compare note, S. Matt. v. 43. 
Transl. For before there had been enmity between them. 

. <■ 7 

13. l^Q.^?, of the people — Gr. koX tov Xaov. 

Transl. But Pilate called the Chief Priests and the rulers of the people, 
(14) and said unto them, Szc. 



488 S. LUKE XXII I. 14—23. 

■X 7 

Ver. 14. ^nV)l>, your peojyle — Gr. toi/ XaoV — Compare ver. 2, above. 

— ^^1 — .j-a^SD, ye accuse — Karrj-yopexre — Aphel part. pi. (forming pres. 
tense) of |j5, prop. Was able, in a position to; whence, exerted 

that power, Blamed, reproved, accused Fut. ^»;J Part. ^»5, 

Rom. ix. 19; Hebr. viii. 8. — PI. masc. _j.^5, Acts xxiii. 28, 29. 

Ethpeel ..j_»5Z.|, Was accused. — Fut. ^»5Aj, 1. pi. Acts xix. 40.__ 

Part, ^5Ak5, Acts xxv. 16; xxvi. 2. 

Aph. . »-»5(, from its original meaning as above, Accused; 

also, Allowed, ^^erww'^^ec?, empowered, afforded, granted. — Fut. 

f^|J), tliat he might afford a pleasure, Gr. KaTuOiaOai, Acts xxv. 

9. (Sjr. r^Uj, ch. xxiv. 27) Part. V»^Ld. 

Deriv. _j_»5, noun masc. Accusation, complaint, charge, blame. — 

_..k.^3 Pj, Blameless, Gr. a.v€yK\r]TO<s, ayu,e/X7rT0S (a/xe'/ATTTcos), dvewi- 
XrjiTTo^, i Cor. i. 8; Phil. iii. 6; Col. i. 22; 1 Thess. ii. 10; iii. 13; 
v. 23; 1 Tim. iii. 10; v. 7; Tit. i. 6, 7; Hebr. viii. 7.— Def. iLL»3, 
Gr. alrlav. Acts xxv. 18; xxviii. 18. — PI. def. p.^^>, Gi\ acrta- 
fiara, Acts xxv. 7. 

Heb. deriv. jVSJ^I, Grant, permission, Ezr. iii. 7. 

16. «^(7IQ_»55'), I will chastise Him — Gr. 7rai8cuo-as — ^Fiit. 1. sing, with aff. 

of jjj, for the various meanings of which, see note, S. John vii. 38. 

17 j, ' Vj Transl. For it was the custom, that he should release, «fec. . 

18 Q.JLO, Transl. But all the crowd cried out and said, &c. Verb pi. 

agreeing with noun of multitude. 

7 

19 001, Transl. lie it was who for sedition and murder that had been 

done in the city, <fec. 

22 I^OrSsO, Transl. / have found no cause loorthy of death in Ilim. 

23. OOOl —j-CirjZ, they were instant — IttIkclvto — Part. pi. (forming im- 

perf. tense) oi %i::^L, Was earnest, urgent. — Fut. *^'DLi Part. 

kCiOZ.. — Occurs here only in the N.T. 
Transl. And they v)ere instant with a loud roicf, and demandrd of 

him. that th^y might rrncify Him. 



S. LUKE XXIII. 23—32. 489 

Ver. 23. (OOI ^ » ^, 'prevailed, or, prevailed at length (pluperf.) — Gr. koti- 

(T)(yov — —A-L, Was powe^-ful, grew stronger Fut. _jb_LJ. — 

Occurs here only in the N.T. but common elsewhere, in this and 
other conjugations. 

Deriv. p..t_a_L, adj. Strong, vast. — PI. fem. def. (A i .. » v S. Jauies 

iii. 4. 

P_»Q,i», noun masc. def. Might, power, 2 S. Pet. ii. 11; Rev. 

V. 12; vii. 12. 
Transl. And their voice prevailed, and {that) of the Chief Priests. 

24. ^OlA_ik^», their request, requirement — to alrrjixa avrwv — U]-*, noun 

fem. A petition, demand. — Def. (Z^].*. — PI. _l\jH», def. 
]A!L]1^, with aff. Phil. iv. 6; 1 S. John v. 15.— R. ^ji, Asked, 
desired, 

Heb. nhi^^, ^ request, Judg. viii. 24.— Chald. def. XnSx25^', 

T .. . ^ ... . 

Object of desire, hence, Matter, concern, Dan. iv. 14. 
...» X 

29. - '1^ ', hare. — Pret. 3. sing. fem. This is the reading of the Par. and 

Lond. Polygl. — The Vienna and the rest of the Editions read 
OjA_i. 

30. ^y^L, ye shall begin — Gr. apiovTai. 

— • _JL_L,£D-2, cover us — KaXvvf/aTe ■qixa.<i — Pael imperat. pi. fem. > . mn 
with affix, of (£Qi3, Hid. 

31. ^CD-i-Q^, in the tree — Iv tu) ^uXo) — Def. of .CY) » O, noun masc. A tree, 

trunk of a tree; free = cross; piece of wood, board. — See also Acts 
V. 30; Gal. iii. 13; 2 Tim. ii. 20; Rev. ii. 7, &c.— PI. def. loiI-D, 
Acts xxvii. 44; 1 Cor. iii. 12. 

*~\ I (^?, greeii, i.e. moist — uypu — Def. of »^a.^5, adj. ±Moist. — Of form 
part. Peil from »i:l^), Was moist. Occurs here only in the N.T. 
Heb. itD'^j Fresh, green, Job viii. 16. 

T 

32. y^\^^tjil, that they might be put to death — Gr. dvaipidTJvaL — Eth- 

paal fut, 3. pi. of ^^-^^j Slew. — Ethpa. ^^^^^L same as Ethpeel, 
(see note, S. Matt. xvi. 21), and in many of its forms identical 
W. <". G2 



490 S. LUKE XXIII. 32-56. 

Ver. 32. with it Fut. ^r^Aj Infin. qI^^qAViN, Rev. vi. 11 — 

Part. ^^^^ASd, pi. masc. ^ . \(\oAVn Acts xxvi. 10. 

Chald. Ithpa. 7l2pnX, part. masc. pi. Dan. ii. 13. 
Transl. And there went with Him two others, male/actors (lit. doers of 
crimes), to be put to death. 

17 7 

35 > n . V)V)n^ Transl. And the rulers also derided Him. — The Sin. 

and Vat. MSS. omit crOv avroi?. 

« 7 

39 __»5 ,aj, Transl. And one oftlie male/actors who were hanged with 

Him railed on Him, and said, If Thou he Christ, save Thyself, 
and save us also. 

41. LJ\2^, justly — StKatws — Adverb, der. fr. ^|2, def. fjp, adj. Just. 

17 
, Transl. For as we have deserved, and as we have doiie, loe 

have been recomjoensed ; but this man, nothing hatful (Gr. ovSev 

aroTTov) is done by Him. 

43. |nr> o; <7>*-~i in Paradise — Iv tw TrapaSeicro) — Noun masc. The place of 

the faithful departed. — With aflf. pleon. 2 Cor. xii. 4; Eev. ii. 7, 

in which places it seems to denote the immediate Presence of God. 

Heb. D*T12) A 2ilantation, orchard, garden, Neh. ii. 8; Song 

of Sol. iv. 13.— PI. D^D'llfi, Eccles. ii. 5. The origin of the 

word is obscure, but is probably referable to the Armenian and 

Sanskrit. 

48. jjOl (ZV-kkA, to that sight — etti tt)v Oewptav Tavrrjv — |Z.1-kj, noun fem. 

def. A sjjectacle, triumph, 2 Cor. ii. 14; — A seeing, 2 S. Pet. ii. 
8; — Aspect, Rev. iv. 3. — With aff. Rom. xv. 24. — R. ]v>-», Saw. — 
See note, S. John iii. 25. 

Heb. nitn. A vision, 2 Chron. ix. 29.— Chald. r^ilH, Sight, 
Dan. iv. 8, 17. 

49. »_»01Q.i^0,_i , the acquaintance of Jesus — Gr. ol yvwcrroi avrov — PI. with 

~ * • P -X P 

aff. pleon. of PkOr-», noun masc. def One who knows, is skilful, 

l^*'' 7x^ 

intelligent; a familiar friend. — PI. def. (^0,^'. — R. VX,j , A'jiew. — 
Occurs here only in the N.T. 

X 7 »7 _ \ \ , 

56. , . Qg^ ^ *^-»I> ^"^ ^' '^^'^ commanded — Gr. Kara ti^v ivroXrjv. 



S. LUKE XXIV. 1—22. 491 



CHAPTER XXIV. 

I. ■ .n m > . jk, ]-_a_«_0, in the dawn, yet dark — Gr. opOpov fia$€o<s. 

— .... fcj'OOl A_.]o, Transl. And tliere were with them other women. 
3 (Jo, Transl. And found not the body of JesnjLS. 

4. —jOT-ISo \^^^ oV)O j stood by them, lit. stood above them, as just 

descended from Heaven — Gr. iTridT-qaav aurat?, appropriately 
used of Heavenly visitants, compare Acts xii. 7, liria-Tt], Syr. 
CniV)^\£2i:»aQ :— S. Luke ii. 9, liricTTri avTois, Syr. ^OlZoll IZ] : 
— Acts xxiii. 11, eVio-Tas avVw, Syr. 01^ .-iV->^Z). — The Gr. verb 
is used in this sense in classical authors, e.g. avSpa ol cTrio-Tavra 
ixiyav, Herod. V. 56. 

■71 7 

— .... .ri. oV>n^ Transl. .4wt? their vesture shone. 

5. »_»_aDO, awe? <Ae?/ bowed down — Gr. naX kXlvovo-Qv — Pret. 3. pi. fern. 

7 7 .. 

of .<^g^n .c^n Inclined. All the Editions read « t <^no or 

7 .. 7 

»_i_£iDO, which is a manifest error. Schaaf alone has restored 
the correct reading. 

7. -*^^ ^ T ^^ He shall be crucified — Gr. orTavpoiOijvaL — Ethpeel fut. 3. sing, 
of »iiJik., Hung on a cross. — Ethpe. fcliX^*"), Was crucified, 
Rev. xi. 8. 

II. |Z\* 1 •, idle tales — Gr. \rjpo<; — Part. pi. fern. def. of p_», Was mad. — 

Part. (J_», def. f » ^ ^, used as a noun, An insane person. See 
note, S. John x. 20. 
Transl. And these words {to. pt^fiara ravra, Sin. Vat.) seemed in tJieir 
eyes as idle tales. 

15 iZj, Transl. Jesus Himself came and approached them, and walked 

with them. 

19 |;jQ.^t, Transl. A man that was a Projjhet, and was mighty in 

word and deed. 
22. ^OlLoZl, niade us astonished — e^co-rrjo-ai/ T^fids — Aphel pret. 3. pi. fern. 



492 S. LUKE XXIV. 22—39. 

Ver. 22. with aff. of OlSsoZ, Was aviazed. — Aph. CTILdZ"), Caused to won- 
der, Acts viii. 11. 

23 •-»— I > Transl. 27iey came and said to us, We have seen Angels 

there, and they say of Him that He is alive. 

25 oj, Transl. lit. wa/nting in v,nder standing, and heavy (i.e. slow) 

of heart to believe, «fec. 

29. ^-^'j has gone down, declined — kIkXik^v, (compare ch. ix. 12, above) — 

Verb Peal pret. 3. sing. Bent himself inclined. Fat. ^jJ. — 

Aph. ^5], S. John xix. 30. 
Transl. For the day has now declined, to become dark. 

31 (j-KklDO, Transl. And immediately their eyes icere opened, and 

they recognized Him, and He teas taken away from' them. 

32. (OCJI I 1 O > , loas burning — Katofxevr] ^v — Part. Peil (forming imperf. 

tense) of rQ-», Burned. See note, S. John xv. 6. 

35 ,aJ01 «^|o, Transl. And they also (Gr. koL avroi) related the 

things that xoere done in the way, and hoio He was known to them 
when He broke the bread. 

36. ^QA^jjZ y p| jj], It is I, be not afraid. This passage is found in 
the Vulgate, and in the Arab. Copt, and Armen. Versions^ but 
in no Gr. MSS. 

39. fc-»_l_3Q_»Q_.., handle^ Me — xprika^-qcraTi fxe — Imperat. pi. with aff. of 
- » » ■ ■ (-A-ii ) Touched, handled, examined by tJie touch; grounded, 
of a ship. — Pret. 3. fem. A » .. Acts xxvii. 41, — 1. pi. » .., 
1 S. John i. 1 — Fut. *_»Q_.,L_3, 3. \)l. ^ » U ^?j ^^^^ ^^^V fn^l^t 

sjyy out, Gr. KaTaa-KOTrfjcrai, Gal. ii. 4 Imperat. «_»Q_.a, pi. n mn . 

Ethpe. 1 m m .■/.(, Was handled, touched Part. fern. I * * W ^' 

tangible, sc. (JQJ, Gr. if/rj\a(fiWfi€V(a opei, Heb. xii. 18. 

Heh. only in Pi. ^^^Si, Groped, felt about, as a blind man, 
Isa. lix. 10. 



S. LUKE XXIV. 42—49. ' 493 

Ver. 42. )jQ-^, broiled — Gr. ovtov — So the Vienna and other Editions; the 
Par. and Lend. Polygl. more correctly ]liQ_^. — Part. Peil def. of 

]q_^, Broiled, cooked Part. Peil JCL^ Pael t-iQ-^, Boasted. 

].jO 5^ 1r^l "JJOA^ \\'^'^, on every table a roast lamb, (Bar 
Hebrseus.) 

— jAj^IiS, a honey-comb — Gr. K-qpiov — Noun fern. def. prop. A round 

and flattened cake. Occurs here only in the N.T. — Some Editions 
read |ZL>^*~)r). 

Compare Hel). ^33, A cake, round loaf, 1 Sam. ii. 36. 

T • 

46. ]ocn %o{\ , it behoved — cSct — Part, (forming imperf. tense) of »D5l , Was 
right, proper, just. In Peal the part. pres. only is used, and that 
impersonally, as Lat. decet, oportet, justum, aiquum est or erat. 
See also Acts i. 16; xxv. 10; Rom. i. 27, &c. — Fern. Zooi *D5l, 
it was of necessity, Gr. avay/catov, Hebr. viii. 3, — PI. fern. 
—XJjlj _»_^(, those things which are convenient, Gr. to dvrJKov, 

-H •"...«» ..■of 

Philem, ver. 8. — (ooiV)\ --Djlj _-iJ01, things which must be, 
Gr. a Set yiviuOai, Rev. iv. 1 , 

• p -n 

Deriv. I^jl, noun masc. def. Justice, judgment, 1 Cor. vii, 21. — PI. 
def. ]lD)l, Rev. xv. 4; xix. 8. 

Heb. p^^, Was just, righteous, Ps, xix. 10; li. 6, 

47 jZojQjZ, Transl. Repentance for (ets, Sin. Vat.) the remission 

of sins. 

— .... ^»5Q_»0, Transl. And (that) the beginning should be from Je- 

rusalem. 

49, (1 'S\oV), the promise — -njv cVayyeXtav — Noun masc. def. Counsel, 
promise, — the latter sense throughout the N.T. — With aff. Hebr. 
xi. 13.— PI. def. ]in\o<n, Rom. ix. 4; 2 Cor. vii. 1; Hebr. xi. 
33.— With aff. 2 Cor. i. 20 (pleon.); 2 S. Pet. iii. 9.— R. yS:^, 
Counselled, promised. 
Transl. And I will send upon you the promise of My Father. — IBov 
is wanting in the Sin. MS. 



494 S. LUKE XXIV. 51. 

Ver. 51 ^^'r^L], Transl. He was parted /rom them, and ascended 

to Heaven. 



Finished is the Holy Gospel 
of Luike the Evangelist. 






ADDITIONS. 

Page 21, line 4 from the bottom. Add, The Sin. and Vat. MSS. read 

fiovoyeinj^ ®e6<s. 
22, line 25. Add, Transl. Sent unto him. — The Vat. and Alex. 

MSS. read ctTrccrTetXav tt^os avror. 
25, line 10. Add, The Sin. MS. reads eTTT^pwrrjcrav TrdXiv. 
31, line 26. Add, \Lll. ZuAo, in Bethany. The Sin. Vat. and 

Alex. MSS. read Iv 'ByjOavia. 
40, line 14. After Kal tSerc, add. Vat. MS. ovj/eaOe. 
67, line 14. Add, The Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. omit auVot?. 
80, last line but one. Add, Transl. And there had been, a question 

to one of the disciples of John with a certain Jew, &c. The Sin. 

(later alteration) Vat. and Alex. MSS. read /xcra 'louSaiov. 
85, line 1. After But Jesus, add, (Sin. MS. d 'Iiycrovs.) 
90, after line 10, add, 

^iSQ_.|, Transl. Whence to Thee (i.e. hast Thou) the living 
waters? — The Sin. MS. omits ovv. 
94, after line 10, add, 

Ver. 33 i;V>| , Transl. The disciples say (Xeyovcrtv, Sin. MS.) 

one to another. 
97, after line 9, add, 

Ver. 40 |0010, Transl. And He abode (lit. was) with them 

(Sin. MS. Trap' aurois) two days. 
102, after line 2, add, 

Transl. Now there was there in Jerusalem a certain place of washing, 
which {was) called in Hebreio Bethesda; and there were in it Jive 
porches. 



496 ADDITIONS. 

Page 113, after line 5, add 

.... n n 1 . »-> . ]J], Transl. But ilie will of Him ikat sent Me. The 

Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. omit Trarpos. 

115, after line 22, add, 

Ver. 2. II5Z], the miracles. — The Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. 

omit avrov. 

148, line 17. Add, The Alex. MS. reads 7?/a(Si/. 

158, after line 24, add, 

Ver. 38. ■ . «^ ]A ]j]o, and I in My Father — Kayw Iv t(3 Tlarpi, 

Sin. and Vat. MSS. 

162, line 4 from bottom. After Bethany, add, (so Alex. MS.) 

165, after line 12, add, 

.77 
Ver. 41 n\n « n^ Transl. And they took away that stone. — 

The Sin. and Vat. MSS. omit ov ^v, k.t.X. 
173, line 18, after oxA-os, add (ox^os ttoXus, Sin. MS.). 
183, after last line, add, 

Ver. 30. lioXLj, o/the world— The Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. 

omit TovTov. 

190, after line 25, add, 
7 
Ver. 26 OCTT^, Transl. In that day when ()) ye shall ask in 

My name, then (lit. and) I say not, &c. 

192, after line 3, add, 

.... .Qj"! iX , Transl. Keep them through Thy name which Thou 

hast given Me. So the Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. 

197, after line 3, add, 

- p .7 _ ^ 

Ver. 20 p > ( , Transl. Whither all the Jews resort. For vav- 

TOT€, the Sin. Vat. and Alex. MSS. read Travre?. 

212, after line 23, add. 

Transl. Blessed are they that have not seen Me. Sin. MS. 01 fi-q 



INDEX. 



Aph. 



Peal Peil 

Ethpe. 



Ethpa. 



W 
M 

61' 



S. John. 

i. 14. 
iii. 15. 
vi. 39. 
xvii, 12. 



X. 12. 
ii. 6. 



iv. 36. 



xviii. 10. 



ii. 6. 



S. Matt. S. Mark. S. Luke 



,'. 4. 



XX. 1. 

XXV. 16. 
iv. 24. 
iii. 12. 



10. 



vi. 25. 



W. C. 



63 



498 


INDEX. 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark, 


oT 


... 


XV. 28. 




Ethpa. part. ]o\ 




V. 25. 




•.0 -x* 








VAkarDo] 




V. 36. 




li^Sl 


xvi. 21. 






lAlDo] 






... 


vol 




xvii. 17. 




lioT 


xiv. 2. 












i. 1. 




see vSiOlj 


... 




1M' 




iii. 12. 




U^)01 


i. 23. 






U;ai 








lZu5o| 




xi. 13. 






xi. 20. 


ix. 16. 




, P 7 *,. 


xii. 13. 






'^ir 


i. 37. 


... 




w 


i. 40. 






r^r 


ii. 6. 






Ethpe. — 


viii. 3. 


XXV. 10. 




Aph. — 




xxi. 33. 




, .. .7 


xi. 3. 






lil^l 


xviii. 2G. 


... 





S. Luke. 



ii. 1. 



31. 



7. 



Aph. 





INDEX. 




499 




S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S, Luke. 


^r 




xxiv. 48. 






t'^i 


vi. 39. 




... 


... 


^r-»-»] 


i. 35. 


... 






r-»r^l ^r>^l 


iv. 37. 








aIUI 




iv. 2. 






u 


iv. 32. 




... 




a.1 




XXV. 21. 




... 


i^H 


... 


... 


... 


xiv. 32. 


^.r 


i. 14. 




... 


... 


? y--!' 


vii. 10. 


... 


... 


... 


)^r 


xi. 34. 


... 


... 


... 


.1^1' 


i. 28. 


... 


... 


... 


• l7 n 




XXV. 24. 


... 


... 


7 .7 


vii. 11. 


... 


... 




^r 




xvi. 11. 


... 




u^r 


i. 23. 








,^1' 


i. 12. 


... 






Ui.1 


... 


iii. 10. 




... 


V^]' 


i. 48. 






... 


i<i^,i 


ix. 4. 


... 


... 


... 


r^i 


V. 7. 




... 


... 


\L]' 


i. 33. 


... 










... 




xxii. 11. 


X X 




v. 22. 


... 





500 



Ethpe. 



Ethpe. 





INDEX. 




S. John. 


S. Matt. 


/u1 


i. 1. 




^^r 


... 


iii. 7. 


v^r 




xi. 19. 


i^)' 


V. 19. 




Xr^]' 


iv. 36. 




^r 


ii. 17. 


... 


ibi' 




vi. 19. 


i;^r 


viii. 44. 




. p ■^.7 

|i icno| 




XXV. 35. 


r^r 




V. 23. 


]jr 


i. 8. 




vfW 


iii. 27. 




li: 


xvi. 20. 




^^ 


iv. 10. 


... 


i:\^ 




ii. 18. 


i^S 




vii. 13. 


,<^s^ 


iv. 25. 




,-)\^ 


vi. 10. 




]^k 


vi. 23. 




^ 




xiv. 22. 


W 


ii. 1. 




^V 


i. 51. 





S. Mark. 



S. Luke. 



v. 26. 



xvi. 1. 







INDEX. 




50 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 




I 1 








V. 33. 


Aph. 


^1- 


i. 7. 
i. 15. 








Ethpe. 


J 

]1X 


xi. 16. 
i. 29. 
xxi. 8. 

vi. 25. 
iv. 23. 

i. 25. 
i. 20. 


xxvi. 69. 


V. 4. 


... 




oouf 


viii. 36. 


V. 13. 


... 


... 






i. 38. 




... 


... 


Ethpa. 


A.1' 
^oAjT 


i. 4. 
i. 19. 
i. 26. 
ii. 4. 


xviii. 7. 


vii. 34. 


... 


Pa. 


w 


iv. 47. 








Ethpa. 




V. 10. 
XX. 12. 






xxi. 34, 



502 



Ethpe. 





INDEX. 








S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. S. I 


jUKE 


hacDJ 






viii. 


29. 


(-.jam] 






xiii. 


16. 


toi^r 


vi. 19. 




... 


.. 


Io^tdT 


V. 2. 








iife^r 






xii. 38. 




.m^.m^rof 






XV. 7. 




\Ul^t 


... 




iii. '. 


14. 


X 


xix. 2. 




... 




v^r 


... 


ix. 12. 


... 


• • 


iun>r 


xi. 44. 








(Z\i,n) 1v-»jdT 


iii. 24. 




... 




l^a^icor 


xix. 29. 




... 




li 5^00^^:01" 


... 




vi. 27. 




; 1 ^m1" 


xviii. 3. 






• • 


.0 X -K 




XV. .37. 




•• 


^r 


xviii. 12. 








— 






V. 4. 








iii. 4. 




•• 


^r 




X. 29. 


... 


•• 


X 




xvii. 27. 






]^r 


... 


xxiii. 15. 






^r 


ii. 2. 


... 






li^r 


jvii. 24. 
\xL 44. 




.., 




ik)r 


i. 3. 









INDEX. 



Aph. 



Ethpe. 



Aph. 



.ft Iff ^t> 

PODJJ 



S. John. 
viii. 14. 



see v£) ^j 



iv. 35. 
ii. 20. 



iii. 1. 

iv. 51. 
iii. 12. 
ii. 15. 



L.T 


iv. 52 


111* 


i. 7. 


ur 


L 9. 


— 


i. 42. 


., 


ii. 11. 



S. Matt. 



i. 17. 
xxiv. 31. 

xiii. 11. 

xxiii. 5. 

xxiii. 13. 



ix. 17. 



S. Mark. 



503 

S. Luke. 

iii. 14. 
ii. 37. 



iv. 27. 



i. 26. 



504 



INDEX. 



Ethpe. 

Pa. 
Pa. 
Ethpa. 



Pa. 

Ethpa. 

Pa. 



'if 



7 

? 

2.010 
Ar^ Zoo 



S. John. . S. Matt. S. Mark. S. Luke. 
xiii. 42. 

xvi. 17. 



iv. 


52. 


xii 


. 15. 


xi. 


54. 


iii. 


8. 


i. ] 


. 


iv. 


11. 



xi. 57. 
X. 12. 
xvi. 32. 



xix. 31. 



xxi. 15. 



xxi. 37. 



i. 25. 



xii. 29. 
XX. 19. 
ii. 16. 
vii. 6. 



xi. 16. 



XV. 43. 



ii. 25. 



xvi. 19. 



INDEX. 





r ^ 

7 



i: 



8. John. 



Ethpe. 
Peil [lart. 
Ethpe. 
Pa. 



hlli]>c 



^\^ 



Q 



Pa. 
Ethpa. 






V^ > "^ 



4> . !■ 7 7 






X. 13. 



S. Matt. 
ix. IG. 



vii. 3. 



XV. G. 



i. IS. 



xix. 13. ] 

xi. 38. I 

i. 20. 



ii. IS. 



XX. 17. 



^ ' iii. l'.». 



S. Mark. 





vii. 3. 




vi. 25 


xii. 3*). 




i. 2.3. 





505 
S. Luke. 

xi. 22. 
xvii. 35. 



X. 34. 



ii. 21. 



i. 31. 



W. c. 



04 



106 



Ethpe. 



INDEX. 
S. John. I S. Matt. 



A^(« I n xviii. 23. 
Ik. 

nVtn 



V. 29. 
X. 39. 
ii. 16. 

xi. 31. 

vi. 34. 
vii. fi. 



V. 18. 



i. 3. 



— ii. 20. 



^ p r> 7 



^ .. 7 I 



iv. 24. 



xxii. 18. 



ii. 18. 



ix. 16. 



xvn. Ji. 



xxiii. 24. 



V. 13. 
vii. 24. 

xxi. 42. 

xxiv. 1. 



S. Mark. S. Luke. 



iv. 5. 



YlL^ 







INDEX. 




507 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 




[mo 




xxii. 5. 






Aph. 


X X 

Vomn 




xviii. 10. 
xi. 30. 


iv. 38. 
vi. 20. 


XV. 32. 


Ethpe. 


— 






.... 


xii. 19. 


Pa. 


— 






xiv. 8. 




Ethpa. 


]Snrino 
5Am,n 


xi. 2. 
i. 13. 
vi. 66. 
i. 38. 




... 


XV. 23. 


Ethpe. 


— 


xiii. 29.. 










^^ 


xiii, 27. 


••■' 






Aph. 



» £1 . -^ 

.J P I. -R 


iv. 16. 


v. 43. 
V. 25. 




XX. 9. 
xxiii. 12. 


Ethpa. 


^5= 


iii. 25. 
V. 39. 
ii. 10. 


! 

1 

! 


ix. 20. 


... 



508 



INDEX. 



Etlipu. 



Ethpe. 






..... 7 
7 

r^ 

7 

.p 

-p . X «P X 
« P P 7 



S. John, i S. Matt. 
iii. 30. 

xvi. 3. 

vi. 28. 

xxiii. 24. 

viii. 30. 

xxiii. 25. 

iv. 24. 
i. 4, 12. 
V. 9. 



S. Makk. ' S. LUKK 



Peil part. 

Pa. 

Pa. part. pass. 



A ph. 






iv. 11. 



xii. 13. 
vi. 11. 



iii. 4. 

xvii. 14. 
viii. 12. 



xvii. 14. 



xi. 22. 



xiii. 19. 



xiii. 19. 



xiv. 61. 



xiv. 21. 



xvii. 24. 
ix. 29. 







INDEX. 




509 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 




lo-r^ 




xxiv. 27. 








l-r^t'r^ 


xii. 15. 










(egg.) fZ^ii 








xi. 12. 




]JoArD 




i. 23. 








'(Lol^od^ 








ii. 36. 






i. 15. 










■" ,7 l> 


xi. 7. 










•^ 












AlUl^ 








xvi. 19. 




'^ 


Ti. 70. 








Peil part. 


— 




XX. 16. 






Pa. 


— 




xiii. 28. 






Ethpa. 


•^007 


XX. 27. 

ix. 6. 
i. 13. 

xix. 2. 


xiii. 40. 
V. 25. 

... 
XXV. 32. 




iv. 29. 


Pa. 


7 


X. 33. 






... 
x. 31. 


Ethpe. 




viii. 6. 


V. 22. 




: 



:)io 



INDEX. 



Ethpe. 



Ethpe. 



«I> -x 

7 

«5 £> 7 



K 



lli 









S. John. 


S. Matt. 
xxiii. 2G. 

xii. 31. 
XV. 14. 


S. Mark 


xxi. 9. 


V. 27. 




viii. 3. 






viii. 20. 






vii. 22. 






vii. 22. 


... . 




vii. 23. 


ix. 24. 
xxiii. 15. 




X. 1. 






i. 9. 


xii. 39. 
xi. 25. 




xii. 38. 


vii. 3. 




xii. 6. 


i. 11. 


1 
1 

vi. 26. ] 



S. Luke, 



xii. 33. 



xii. 32. 



xviii. 11. 







INDEX. 






511 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


8. Luke. 




^ 


vii. 4. 










A.UX; 


vii. 13. 










liix;. 








ii. 32. 




»^\ 




viii. 24. 








iH 




iii. 4. 






Peil part. 


7 


xvii. 23. 








To. 


— 








XV. 14. 


Ethpe. 
Apli. 


.P 7 
^Q.->. P 7 
,jP * 

^P P 7 


V. 13. 

X. 10. 
X-. 1. 

i. 14. 
XX. 15. 

xviii. 1. 


XV. 19. 
ix. 15, 

xiii. 47. 








Ethpp. 


^ 








xii. 48. 




^0 * 




xxiii. 37. 








.p -^ -7. 

1A^ 


XV. 1. 










•J" ' 




viii. 2. 








^ P P 








xxii. 10. 




^ P <> 7 








xiii. 29. 




IW 


vi. 9. 










1^^ 


xix. 36. 











512 



INDEX. 







S. JOHX. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 




7 




xxvL 12. 






. . ^. . . ^ 










> 


i. 3. 








Iii? 


X. 12. 








7 




xiv. 12. 






]-»-»-^? 






xii. 33. 




IAj^kID? 




ix. 13. 






%n.£35 




ix. 27. 






7 


vi. ID. 






Ethpe. 


— 




iv. 1. 




Pa. 


— 


xvi. 13. 






Ethpa. 


.0 7 
• p. -x , 7 


viii. 44. 


xi. 12. 
vi. 28. 
iii. 4. 
V. 33. 

v. 11. 
ii. 11. 




Ethpa, 


?o? 


xiv, 1. 
















poj 


V. 2. 


! 






^P c -x 




xxvi. 13. 1 


! 



S. Luke. 

XX. 20. 
xxiv. 39. 



ix. n. 



INDEX. 



613 







S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


8. LuKi 




Uo? 


iv. 11. 


... 


... 






uia? 


... 


V. 31. 




... 




iy>o? 




... 


V. 42. 






V? vo? 


iii. 17. 


... 


... 


... 


Ethpe. 




iii. 18. 


... 


... 


xxiL 44 
i. 41. 


Aph. 





XX. 5. 


vii. 6. 






Ethpe. 


— 


... 


V. 13. 


... 




Pa. 




vi. 19. 
vii. 13. 
vii. 32. 


viii. 26. 


... 


xii. 1. 






vii. 20. 


... 










X. 21. 


... 








^; 


i. 11. 










r-? 


i. 12. 










]XA 


iii. 19. 










^ D 7 




V. 25. 










vi. 7. 










X 




XX vi. 28. 






Pa. 


1i? 


xi. 55. 









w. c. 



65 



514 



INDEX. 



Ethpa. tj 

y 

Ethpe. {^5 

Aph. — 

h 

]^? 

Pa. — 

Ethpa. — 

(Verb, adj.) j^Sdj 

AD, 



Ethpa 
Aph. 



o^kJ) 






*.L> 



S. John. 

xiii. 10. 
ii. 17. 



iv. 15. 

iii. 4. 
V. 35. 

i. 13. 
ix. 9. 



xii. 3. 

xi. 12 
xi. 35 
iii. 7 



S. Matt. 
viii. 3. 



S. Mark. 



S. Luke. 



xix. 4. 



xix. 24. 



xi. 16. 
vii. 24. 



viii. 24. 



iv. 16. 
V. 45. 

iii. 12. 



XX. 37, 



xi. 36. 



xvi. 12. 



i. 78. 





INDEX. 




515 




S. John. 


8. Matt. 


S, Mark. 


S. Luke. 


^' 




xii. 20. 




... 


\^7 


xix. 20. 






... 


1' " 


xix. 34. 








7 7 




XV. 34. 




... 





xii. 13. 






... 


7 


xix. 37. 






... 


1'? 




xxi. 44, 






1'? 








i. 50. 




i. 5. 






... 


» c c 


xii. 38. 


... 






7 






ix. 16. 




U'? 


xviii. 15. 






... 


I 

1^ 


i. 29. 


V. 46. 




• ■ • 


.0. «> [> I 




x. 18. 




ii. 2. 


ii. 12. 










i. 19. 








OCT! 


i. 1. 








OOl 


i. 15. 








"jooi 


i. 3. 








OjOOI 


iv. 29. 








■J" " 
pool 






iii. 21. 




Tlool 


... 






xvi. 26. 



516 




INDEX. 






X 


S. John. 
i. 19. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 






iv. 9. 




• 




■K 


ii. 10. 








]J.r:;i .cji 


ii. 15. 




... 







(see ^f) 










... 


vi. 30. 








viii. 28. 








\\»nai 


i. 21. 


... 








iii. 8. 


... 








i. 28. 






Pa. 




i. 36. 


... 




Pa. 


pen ^cn 


i. 2. 


... 


... 


Ethpa. 


Ijoi 


... 


XV. 5. 




Aph. 


r 
QJOl 

«, 


vi. 63. 
i. 15. 
i. 24. 

ii. 15. 


XXV. 3. 




Ethpe. 


— 




xviii. 3. 




Ethpa. 


— 


iii. 22. 






Aph. 


JOT 

» ■• ♦. i> 




xxvi. 52. 


xvi. 1. 



S. Luke. 



ii. 20. 



21. 



pref. ^. 
Aph. 



Pa. 

Ethpa. 



Pa. 

Ethpa. 



]oy<Ti 



» c 



o 

» 

Wo 

Iff 4> 7 

^1 


7 

7 
I 7 

|Z.on oi 



INDEX. 

S. John, i S. Matt. 
iv. 15. 

iv. 15. 



i. 51. 



i. 1. 



iii. 7. 



ii. 14 
ii. 16 
xii. 5 
iii, 4. 



xvi. 8. 



xi. 21. 



xxviii. 16. 



xxiii. 25. 



ix. 13. 



xi. 19. 



S. Mark. 



xiv. 6. 
xiii. 21. 



iv. 39 



517 

S. Luke. 



xiii. 8. 
xiv. 35. 



xxiv. 46. 
vii. 29. 



518 




INDEX. 










S. John. 


S. Matt. ; 


S. Mark. ; 


S. Luke 




Iz^ji 




vi. 1. 








A^I^OTl 






xiv. 44. 




Etbpe. 


3cni 




vii. 15. 






Pa. 








vii. 36. 




Aph. 






... 


ix. 3. 




Pa. 


lloi 




xix. 6. 
... 
xvii. 24. 
vi. 5. 




ii. 24. 


Pa. 


voi 








xi. 21. 


Ethpe. 


VXl VXOl 


V. 7. 








Aph. 


• (1 -x 

lU 

I'ZqsI 

« D D » 

^1 


V. 4. 
V. 3. 
xix. 29. 

xviii.- 3. 
viii. 1. 
xvi. 33. 

ii. 8. 


xxvii. 28. 
xiii. 25. 

xii. 20. 
xxvii. 4. 




... 


Pa. 


^1 




xxii. 3. 






Ethpa. 


— 








xiv. 8. 







INDEX. 




519 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 




i^} 




xi. 17. 
















XV. 25. 








ix. 23. 








^0, -X 


viii. 41. 






... 




..n ..0 

1A^1 


... 


xxi. 31. 




... 




5nsi 




V. 19. 








ZoJoLi 


... 




xvi. 14. 


... 


Ethpe. 


^1 






xiv. 5. 


iv. 33. 


Aph. 




xix. 17. 
xix. 6. 


ix. 17. 




iv. 41. 


Ethpe. 


— 


vi. 18. 








Peil part. 
Ethpe. 

Aph. 


^0 0. 7 


xix. 23. 
iv. 36. 
iv. 37. 

vii. 42. 

viii. 33. 
iii. 16. 


xiii. 19. 
xiii. 32. 




xii. 49. 



520 



Pa. 





INDEX. 








S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke 


4^ 


... 




ix. 18. 






... 


iii. 17. 


... 


... 


W-^^. 




vi. 16. 






]Wr. 


ii. 15. 






... 


]]-^L 


... 


xxiv. 8. 


... 


... 




... 


XXV. 26. 


... 


... 


S^ 






iii. 9. 


... 


1^ 






V. 27. 






xi. 16. 




... 


... 


.0 1' 7 




xii. 11. 




... 


7 


V. 3. 




... 


iii. 20. 


X 




^^ 




xi. 5. 


... 


... 


7 


i. 3, 40. 




... 


... 


7 y 


xiii. 22. 




... 




1]:^ jj^ 




xix. 29. 


... 


... 


7 7 


xiii. 14. 






... 


7 7 


vi. 7. 








t£lD^ 


... 


X. 25. 


... 


... 


7 . 7 


xi. 56. 








^ ZcA pK. 


xiii. 35. 








7*7 


V. 44. 








7 7 7 


vi. 43. 








1.:-^ 


iii. 29. 









Aph. 



Pa. 
Etlipa. 



.1> .. 
-1.. *> 7 

r ' 

7 7 

7 
..70 



7 

v_tCLK» 

z 

J 



S. John 
xvi. 19. 

iii. 29. 

xiii. 25. 



INDEX. 

S. Matt. 



ix. 8:x. 24. 



xiii. 3-t. 



vii. 51. 



V. 42. 
X. 22. 



ii. 18. 
iii. 14. 

xix. 39. 
i. 36. 
iv. 3."). 



xxviii. 16. 
XX. 6. 

xxi. 33. 
iii. 5, 



xxiii. 16. 

xii. 37. 
vi. 12. 



xxvi. 41 



XX. 12. 



S. Mark. 



521 

Luke. 



xiv. 25. 



ii. 21. 



w. c. 



G6 



522 



Aph. 



Ethpe. 



Pa. 



7 
« i K* 



INDEX. 

S. John. S. Matt. 



XX. 12. 
xi. 54. 



i. 14. 
ix. 3. 
V. 37. 



XX. 7. 



V. 14. 



vm. /. 






vii. 15. 




xxiii, 25 


ix. 16. 




i. 29. 




vi. 15. 




... 


xi. 12. 


xii. 24. 




iv. 10. 


... 


iii. 17. 





Tiii. 12. 

xviii. 23, 



vii. 6. 
xxi. 33. 



S. Mark. 
ix. 3. 



S. Luke. 



i. 2. 
iv. 18. 



48. 



INDEX. 



Aph. 


U- 


S. John. 
V. 21. 




Ul 


i. 4. 




li: 






y 


xiii. 14. 




]ln-;L 






x^ 


xix. 23. 


Pa. 


"ML 




Ethpa. 


p 

I 






Isqdk. 


xxi. 17. 




]V)0»Ii 


... 




nL 


xix. 29. 




ill 






p 


... 











4i- 






V).\»a 


V. 11. 


Aph. 


^>. 




Ethpe. 


:>q1^ 


iv. 52. 



S. Matt. 



xxii. 23. 



vi. 13. 
xxii. 7. 

xxvii. 59. 
vii. 24. 



xi. 19. 

vii. 26. 
X. 14. 

XXV. 10. 

xxvii. 34. 
xii. 5. 



623 

S. Mark. S. Luke. 



i. 13 



1. 7. 



xii. 34. 



xxii. 43. 
i. 80. 



524 



Aph. 



Shaph. 
Eshtaph. 



Ethpa. 



3 

..p y 



S. John 
V. 15. 



i. 16. 



INDEX. 

S. Matt. 



xviii. 11. 
xviii. 13. 



ii. 3. 
xii. 14. 
vi. 9. 
iv. 18. 
viii. 57. 

xi. 18. 



i. 20. 



i. 16. 



iv. 24. 
xvii. 2. 



xiii. 33. 
vi. 26. 
xii. 44. 
xiii. 33. 



ii. 16. 



viii. 14. 



S. Mark. 



S. Luke. 



iv. 6. 



iii. 5. 



44. 



iii. 1. 







INDEX. 




525 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 




^_K.^J-K. 




xviii. 33. 








* » 




ix. 13. 


... 






1 " '■ 


vil 35. 




... 






»n.j_>j 


... 


xiii. 7. 






Ethpa, 


.0 




xvi. 22. 


V. 13. 




Pa. 


'\m^ 




xxvii. 24. 






Pa. 


? 




V. 11. 










V. 2. 


... 


... 


i. 25. 




7 

^ I 

7 

X 




iii. 11. 
xix. 20. 








^ 7 

0^ 1 CYl Kt 






vi. 6. 










xxvii. 18, 








7 




xvi. 18. 








7 


ii. 3. 




... 




Pa. 


la-K. 




... 


xiv. 65. 


... 


Pa. 


4^ 


xiii. 4. 
iv. 36. 
iv. 35. 


ii. 8. 
xxi. 33. 
xii. 11. 
V. 29. 


XV. 11. 





526 



INDEX. 



Ethpe. 



Aph. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



Ethpe. 
Ethpa, 



Ethpa. 
Aph. 






;-»-» 



1^/ 





•K ■■>- y 

. I> |> T, 

7 

7 
7 

7 



S. John. 
iv. 36. 



32. 



xi. 50, 
i. 5. 

iv. 9. 
vi. 17. 
— xii. 40. 



S. Matt. 

vi. 30. 
xii. 19. 
xii. 25. 
xxiii. 38. 
x. 34. 
xiii. 31. 

xix. 24. 

xxvi. 74. 



S. Mark. 



S. Luke. 



ix. 32. 



ix. li 



XV. 16. 



ii. 34. 



XX. 23. 



xiv. 28. 



XV. 28. 



ix. 62. 



INDEX. 



527 



Aph. 



Aph. 



Apli. 

Pa. 

Ethpa. 

Pa. 

Ethpa. 



10 ID 



..7 ^ 



S. John. 



iii. 33. 
ii. 9. 



i. 46. 


ii. 10. 




iv. 24. 




ix. 31. 




xiv. 30 




xviii. 6 


jvii. 6. 




(xiv. 2. 


... 




XX. 23. 


XX. 29. 


... 


xiii. 17. 





xiii. 15. 
iv. 20. 



S. Matt. 



xvi. 21. 



xiii. 22. 
xxiv. 38, 



S. Mark. 



S. Luke. 
xvii. 8. 



i. 51 



vi, 33. 



iii. 14. 



i. 58 



42. 



528 



INDEX. 



Ethpa. 



Aph. 





S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke 


U)5a^ 






... 


ii. 48. 


*.^ w^Q-^ 


ix. 6. 








— 


xviii. 28. 






... 


]i.i^ 


vii. 4. 






... 


^ 




xxiv. 41. 






« 7 7 -K 




xiv. 1. 






on 1 Ij 


i. U. 








fc^ 




xxvii. 6. 


... 


... 


u^ 


ix. 6. 








1U4 


X. 1. 








]i^ 


... 






i. 3. 


UH 


iv. 49. 








rza^ 


... 


xix. 20. 






I'iSu^ 




ix. 24. 




... 


^ 




xvii. 5. 




... 


US2 




iv. IG. 




... 


iol^ 


xii. 48. 








iSa 






vi. 9. 




1t^ 






i. 23. 




A^ 




xiii. 33. 






)^ 


ii. 17. 








)lli 


... 




... 


vi. 15. 


IA4 




x. 1. 






12CL2U4 




xxiii. 27. 




... 





INDEX. 




529 




S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 


u 


vii. 47. 






... 


Peil part. — 






... 


xii. 6. 


Aph. ■ — 


vii. 12. 


... 


... 


... 


uiLi 


ii. 9. 


... 


... 


... 




xii. 6. 


... 


... 


... 


Aph. — 




... 




xi. 46. 


(»^i)^^) ^212l4 




xii. 20. 


... 


... 


Ethpa. ]i^ 




vii. 25. 


... 


... 


■^U. 






... 


xviii. 13. 


]i-;i 




xxi. 19. 


... 




\U 




V. 14. 


... 




Pa. — 


xix. 38. 






... 


Ethpa. — 


viii. 59. 


... 




... 


-. 










1U 




iii. 15. 




... 


Ethpa. *sV» 








xvi. 21. 


Aph. \\n^ 


xxi. 18. 




... 


... 


,0 X 7 


V. 3. 








•h I 


XV. 6. 


xiv. 13. 






"J" ' 


• . . 


7 
7 


i. 3. 


i. 22. 






;^ „ 


xxi. 4. 






... 


Aph. 1,. 


i. 20. 








w. c. 








67 



530 



INDEX. 







S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


Eshtaph. 


I- 

, p II 

7 I 


i. 10. 


xxvii. 16. 


xiv. 11. 


Ethpe. 


— 


i. 31. 




... 


Aph. 


— 


ii. 11. 




... 


Eshtaph. 




viii. 43. 
i. 12. 




... 


Ethpe. 


5Q_. 

«v 


i. 17. 

vii. IG. 
i. 29. 

i. 32. 
xxi. 11. 


V. 18. 
vi. 11. 

V. 42. 




Aph. 


— 








Aph. 


« D II 


i. 14. 
xvi. 21. 




... 


Etiipe. 


— 


i. 13. 




... 


Aph. 


— 




i. 2. 





S. Luke. 



xxiii. 49. 



i. 17. 



xi. 42. 

vi. 34. 
xxii. 55. 







INDEX. 






531 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 




rx 




i. 18. 








r^oN^. 




xi. 25. 




... 




to^^ 




i. 1. 




... 


Aph. 


"L 






V. 38. 


... 




d^\t 


vi. 45. 


... 


• 






Ethpe. 


and ]ALQj 

X 


vi. 1. 
vi. 19. 


V. 34. 






xxi. 14. 


Aph. 


1 " . ^ 


xviii. 10. 


xxvi. 63. 






... 


Aph. 


»ni. 




xxiv. 19. 






... 


Aph. 


.c^fYl . 




vi. 27. 






... 


Ethtaph. 


1 " 


XV. 6. 


vi. 33. 
xiii. 2 a. 

vi. 25. 






xii. 15. 

i. 3. 

xi. 8. 


Aph. 


— 


... 


iii. 12. 






... 




V^ 


... 




xii. 33. 


... 




7 

X 




xiii. 46. 


... 


... 




Aj]UnI 




xiii. 15. 









532 



INDEX. 







S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 




T 








ix. 32. 


Pa. 


— 


V. 23. 








Ethpa. 


— 


iv. 44. 






... 


A ph. 


rz.: 
rzaz^ 


iv. 35. 


xiii. 32. 
V. 5. 
xxi. 38. 
xxi. 38, 




i, 46, 


Aph. 


4j»- 

I 

Q I 

]"^a: 

5A. 


XX. 25. 
ii. 14. 
V. 20. 
iii. 19.. 
V. 18. 

xiv. 18. 
vi. 12. 






xii. 15. 


Ethpa, 






xiii. 12. 






Aph. 




xii. 19. 


viil 26. 






Aph. 




V. 4. 
V. 30. 




,., 


xiv. 21. 



Pa. 



Ethpe. 
Aph. 



X 

7 

7 

-, P 7 

,0. «v P 7 

4. 7 

op 
poll) 

!](££ 

e 

•,0 *, 

POIJOD 
(-^.£0702 



INDEX. 
S. John. S. Matt. S. Mark. 



533 



ii. 6 



i. 19, 36. 
viii. 55. 
viii. 44. 
xiv. 8. 

i. 19. 

xix. 2. 



V. 



iii. 15. 



xi. 21. 



V. 35. 
ii. 2. 
vii. 2. 
vii. 2. 
xxiv. 38. 



V. 34. 



V. 4 



i. 5. 



S. Luke. 
xxiii. 41. 



Vlll. 



i. 9. 



xvi. 



29. 



29. 



51. 



534 



INDEX. 



Etlipa. r><»<^ 



Apb. 



(m in 

•X « ^ 

.m > V>\n 



.J.\D 



J^ 






S. John. 
xix. 23. 



vii. 35. 
iii. 34. 
xviii. 12. 



i. 3. 



vii. 53. 



iii. 35. 
iv. 29. 
iii. 16. 



xix. 2. 

i. 7. 

iii. 29. 
xiii. 14. 



S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Li 
xviii. 


(fern.) vii. 2. 






X. 9. 






xviii. 24. 


V. 4. 


xxiv. 


xxvi. 55. 






xviii. 18. 




•• 


iii. 14. 






vii. 6. 






xxvii. 28. 






xxiii. 27. 







42. 







INDEX. 






535 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 




> ]!ifiO 


vi. 11. 


... 








rr 






xvii. 15. 
xxiii. 23. 
vi. 16. 
xvi. 3. 








Ethpe. 


jVQ2 




xxvi. 37. 








Ethpa. 


7 


vi. 59. 

iv. 36. 
vi. 12. 


x. 3. 

iv. 5. 






... 


Pa. 






Ethpa. 


(• in 

is D P 

(mn 


xi. 47. 
V. 13. 

xviii. 11. 


xviii. 28. 






... 


Peil part. 


]mo 




X. 26. 








Pa. 


— 


xix. 2. 








... 


Ethpa. 


(• mn 

A.I i' mo 


xi. 28. 


vi. 29. 
vi. 4. 








Ethpe. 


.mm'^ 


iii. 20. 


... 






... 


Aph. 


— 


xvi. 8. (for 


note, see n 


ext ref.) 


... 


Aph. part. 


— 


viii. 46. 


... 




... 




^'^mr:) 




xvii. 24. 









536 



Peil part. 
Ethpe. 



Pa. 

Ethpa. 

Ethpe. 
Aph. 



Ethpe. 



Ethpo. 
Aph. 






f 1 g=^n 

y 






]L0]0-rO 

7 



INDEX. 
S. John. S. Matt. 



vi. 35. 



i. 20. 



xvi. 20. 



iv. 46. 
xvi. 6. 
xix. 40. 

xi. 54. 

iii. 4. 
xvi. 1. 
vi. 61. 



V. 6. 
xxiv. 7. 



xxiv. 22. 
xii. 41. 
xxiv. 14. 
iii. 1. 



iv. 23. 



XX. 1 



S. Mark. 



xiii. 20. 



S. Luke. 
vi. 35. 



xxiv. 5 


xiii 


. 11 


xii. 


9. 


ix. 


12. 



Ethpe. 

Pa. 

Aph. 



Pa. 

Ethpa. 



Aph. 



Ethpa. 



1 





INDEX. 




53 




S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 


»oAd 


i. 45. 




i 
1 




— 


xxi. 25. 








— 


viii. 6. 








— 








i. 1. 


iL'Lzi 


ii. 22. 








]hsi^LD 








XX. 24. 


X^L^ 


xix. 40. 




... 








xxiii. 4. 






5Ad 

7 


viii. 7. 










xviii. 36. 




... 




\ 


i. 7, 9, 29. 








tf 


i. 5. 








7 






vii. 37. 




1<^P 




V. 46. 


■ ■ ■ 




loai)] 




iv. 4. 


... 




^ 


iv. 6. 








— 




xxvi. 10. 




... 


7 


iii. 8. 




... 


... 


.v^V 




XX. 6. 


... 




u^ 


vii. 18. 








»nn\ 


xvi. 33. 




... 




fZLJonN 




ii. 11. 






l»on\ 


xix. 24. 









w, c. 



68 



538 



ApL 



Pa. 



Peil part. 



Pa. 

Peil part. 



ft 

'^ 

(A 

y 





S. John 
vi. 37. 



INDEX. 

S. Matt. 



XX. 26. 



i. 13. 

xix. 19. 

vii. 49. 

xix. 34. 
xii. 18. 
i. 41. 
i. 1. 
viii. 9. 



V. 32. 
vi. 25. 
vi. 30. 
xxiv. 18. 



xxvi. 63. 



xxvi. 23. 
viii. 30. 



V. 44. 



v. 39. 



S. Mark. S. Luke 



vi. 19. 



xi. 39. 



xiii. 11. 



vii 12. 



ii. 44. 



xvi. 21. 



Pa. 





INDEX. 




539 




S. John. 


S. Matt, i 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 


7 


vi. 5. 






... 


,.;.N 








xii. 3. 


i;4^ 


xix. 39. 








y\.\ 


i. 47. 




... 


... 


1^ 




viii. 29. 


... 




^ 


... 


V. 22. 






i;\\ 


iii. 2. 




... 


... 


1v.\ 


iv. 12. 


... 




... 


,_m...iii^ 








ix. 32. 


t " t 


xii. 5. 


... 


... 




")'. <^v>^ 


xviii. 3. 




... 


... 


Uliiii 




xxi. 13. 






7 


XX. 7. 




... 




^-i^ 


XV. 24. 


... 


... 




\\s\ 


ii. 7. 








r^ " 


iii. 31. 








.cns\ 


iv. 31. 


... 




... 


,^iA 


XV. 6. 








^0 .* 




... 


vii. 33. 






viii. 6. 






... 




ii. 4. 


vii. 14. 






?]^ 


jii. 10: 
\iv. 22. 




... 




l]i^ 


xii. 5. 






1 



540 



INDEX. 





S. John, 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


iZlo^lio 


iv. 32, 






i;^^ii> 


xviii, 29. 






0^ 






... 


w^ 


xix. 29. 






lAIfilii 




xiii. 30, 


... 


^Zli 


vi. 7. 


... 




liulli 




xxiv. 3. 




5^^ 


... 


xxi. 33. 




UCL^ 




ii. 1. 


... 


^r^ 






iv. 29. 


? 


XV. 25. 






\jL^J!iD 




V. 23. 




r^^ 


i. 23. 






]^h'^ 




xxiii. 10. 




^^ 


xiii. 9. 






I^L^^D 


i. 44. 






^^ 


1. 3. 




... 


? .' 




i. 22. 




1 " '' 


xi. 13. 


... 


... 


U^i? 




ii. 1. 




li.;i 


... 


... 








xiii. 5. 




llkljOliD 




xix. 12. 








xi. 28. 





S. Luke. 



xviii. 1. 



i. 77. 



INDEX. 



Pa. 



Pa. 



10 t ■>. 

D 





S. John. 
iv. 10. 



xvi. 21. 



xix. 39. 
V. 24. 



Jxiii. 4. 
(xviii. 10. 



xiii. 32. 



iv. 42. 



Pa. 



vii. 6. 
iv. 35. 



S. Matt. 



V. 33. 



xxiii. 6. 
xxiv. 7. 



xix. 24. 

vi. 30. 
ix. 4. 



S. Mark. 



iii. 11. 



641 

S. Luke 

i. 48. 
xxiv. 49. 
xvi. 14. 



XX. 42. 

xvi. 20. 
xiv. 21. 



viii. 24. 
xix. 37. 



542 



Aph. 



Aph. 



Pa. 



•^0 

POT „ 

•\ .7 

X 

7 

)I> 7 



S. John 
vii. 6. 

iii. 29. 

I 15. 

i. 31. 

viii. 43. 



vii. 2 



INDEX. 

S. Matt. S. Mark. 



i. 26. 



iv. 4' 



ii. 16 



VIU. o. 

viii. 20. 
xxvii. 63. 

V. 45. 
xiv. 25. 
i. 19. 



V. 41 



X. 21 



vi. 26. 



S. Luke, 



XVU, 



29. 



(see Additional note.) 



V. 5 



xviii. 4. 



xiv. 21. 







INDEX. 






543 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 


Ethpa. 


j^^!/^^ 




xxiii. 12. 








Aph. 


» £> 7 




xxiii. 12. 
V. 46 : ix. 9. 
xvii. 25. 








Peil part. 


• • 4> 7 

..Pi- 7 

ilk) 

iikj 




i. 1. 

ii. 7. 


i. 18. 
xiii. 41. 

XV. 37. 






ii. 2. 


Peil part. 




i. 14. 










Ethpe. 


— 


xii. 3. 










Pa. 


— 


iii. 29. 










Ethpa. 


— 


xii. 38. 










Shaph. 


— 


xvi. 24. 










Eshtaph. 




XV. 11. 
i. 51. 


xii. 1. 






vi. 48. 


Ethpe. 




i. 16. 
xviii. 14. 


V. 13. 
T. 13. 


ii. 21. 







544 



INDEX. 



Ethpa. 
Aph. 



Pa. 

Ethpa. 



yiSo 



f^ 



^ .. 



S. John. 



i. 49. 



iii. 3. 



iii. 11. 



iii. 2. 



V. 4. 



viii. 23. 



iii. 3. 



iii. 18. 



s. 


Matt. 1 


xxvi. 4. 


xii 


14. 


xii 


42. 


xxvi. 13. 


vi. 


24. 


vi. 


7. 


xii 


. 44. 


xxvi. 32. 



S. Mark. 



iv. 17. 
xxvi. 29. 



xxiii. 27. 



S. Luke. 



i. 33. 



xii. 4. 



xiv. 18. 



Ethpe. 





INDEX. 




545 




S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 


%^^ 




vii. 15. 






Lol. ,. 


vii. 29. 




... 




V^ „ 


iii. 31. 








^r^ „ 


vi. 62. 











xvii. 24. 


... 






r^ 


i. 19. 






viii. 30. 


? »> 


iii. 2. 








wjCT „ 




xii. 48. 






]j^ 


i. 21. 








li'^ 




X. 30. 




xxii. 37. 






xviii. 34. 






Q_liD 


i. 22. 








7 P 


xiv. 22. 








1 c '' 








xix. 13. 


^1^ 


vi. 10. 








^jJio 






xii. 42. 




•4 " ^ 


vi. 31. 








li^lV) 


xiii. 8. 








VAiV) 




V. 36. 






.'-^rr^'^ 


j vii. 24. 








|j;nmV) 


i 




Title. 




|Z.oi;n 1 m*^ 








viii. 15. 


]i . AmVn 


1 xii. 5. 






... 



w. c. 



69 



546 



Aph. 



Up .. 

X 

X 

X 

^0 7 7 

^ I' C 7 

«0, X 

»c 7 

«•« 7 



S. John 
i. 27. 



iv. 6. 



INDEX. 

S. Matt. 



ii. 14. 
xi. 38. 



xxi. 6. 
viii. 3. 



iii. 1. 

xxi. 33. 
viii. 11. 



xxi. 1: 



vii. 27. 



xxii. 9. 



vii. 6. 



xxi. 9. 



S. Mark. S. Luke 



ii. 16. 



i. 32. 



xiii. 35. 



V. 25. 



xii. 14. 
xxi. 14. 



iv. 19. 



ii. 23. 



ii. 44. 





INDEX. 




547 




S, John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 






V. 7. 




... 


n^>^ 




V. 40. 




... 


l^i,;^ . 


iv. 11. 
[xi. 12. 








t-M^ 


i. 23. 








•if ^ 






V. 7. 


... 


X 




xxvi. 75. 




... 


X 








ii. 8. 


11;;^ 




xxvii. 34. 


. 




] A '-^ - V) 








vii. 25. 




xiii 5. 






xxii, 41. 


fA».»O.AiD 




xxiii. 32. 




... 


o^LD 


xi. 2. 






... 


]/»..«v) 


xii. 5. 




... 


... 


^«5^\J1 .V) 




iv. 24. 






1*» 1 aV) 


i. 17. 












iii, 4. 






liC^V-v. 


xviii. 2. 




... 


... 


l''7Ai^\-v> 




XV. 2. 


... 


... 




xvi. 24. 








• P, 7 7 








vii. 1, 




ii. 5. 








»f. 7 7 








vi, 38. 


7 7 




iv. 24. 







548 



Aph... 



Ethpa. 



Aph. 

Pa. 

Ethpa. 

Aph. 
Aph. 



]IoLm1d 



( I m 

fZo I n 1 

7 
7 



7 
D 7 

1 7 



INDEX. 
S. John. S. Matt. 



ii. 1. 
vi. 55. 
i. 18. 



xi. 51. 
i. 21. 



iv. 14. 

vi. 44. 
xix. 1. 

xix. 31. 



xiii. 24. 
xiii. 18. 



xiii. 14. 



xiii. 35. 



XV. 14. 
xviii. 26. 
xiii. 55. 



S. Mark. 
xiv. 14. 



S. Luke. 



xiii. 9. 



xvi. 6. 



ii. 36. 



vi. 12. 



xvi. 15. 







INDEX. 




549 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 




ll*criJ 


xi. 10. 






... 




X 






viii. 25. 






JCJU 




V. 16. 






Aph. 


— 


i. 5. 










1? ^ 


vii. 38. 








Aph. 


yJjQJ 




xxvii. 39. 








]5aiQj 


i. 4. 










p 








viii. 24. 


Ethpe. 


— 




xxvi. 45. 






Aph. 


•J " '' 

^ P P -x 
^ P P -x 

JsQJ iOQJ 
.jp »> 

(An^Qj 

p 
^ p p 

AjIj 


xi. 24. 
X. 5. 

vi. 9. 

XV. 6. 

i. 32. 


xi. 28. 
XXV. 5. 

x. 9. 


iv. 39. 


xxii 48. 
iii. 5. 


Aph. 




xix, 31. 
xiii. 4. 

(ii. 10. 

Iviv 1 .'l 






xvii. 20. 



550 

Ethpe. 
Pa. 



Ethpe. 



Pa. 



Pa. 

Ethpa. 

Ethpe. 



■^ 



-,0 

p 

7 



Aph. 



]jo I mi 

y 



INDEX 

S. John. 



i. 47. 



i. 17. 



vi. 6. 



i. 16. 



vii. 8. 



XX. 22. 



S. Matt. 
ix. 17. 



X. 15. 

xi. 29. 
xi. 29. 
xxiv. 30. 



xxiii. 23. 



iv. 1. 



VI. '2. 
vi. 13. 

xiii. 48. 



S. Mark. S. Luke 



vi. 20. 



X. 22 
V. 15 



xi. 54. 

XV. 30. 
xxii. 7. 



xxii. 50. 
X. 42. 



xii. 24. 



Aph. 



Ethpe, 



1^09 



Peil pai't. 





INDEX. 




551 




S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 


]l^ 


xviii. 3. 






... 


\\^^ 


iii. 24. 








7 




X. 14. 






.0<7M 


i. 43. 








5 — 


ii. 15. 






xii. 11. 


-17 P .. -« 

\Ltl£L3 








xiv. 28. 


. m ^^ 


i. 22. 








^^ 


vi. 52. 








•^s' 




XV. 13. 




xvii. 6. 


I^V 




XV. 13. 




... 


^ X 7 








i. 3. 


^^ 








X. 34. 




xviii. 5. 








1A^,q1 




xix. 4. 






Ir-OJ 




xxvii. 59. 




... 


U-n^ 


xxi. 17. 








(SOJ 




viii. 20. 






KSinj 




viii. 1. 






— 






XV. 41. 


... 






xxvii. 60. 






7 




vii. 7. 




... 






iii. 10. 


... 





552 




INDEX. 








S. John. 
xii. 3. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark 




IliJ 




xi. 11. 






? 
.n« 1 


iii. 8. 








.n.a J 




xxvi. 48. 




Pa. 




i. 22. 


xxiv. 28. 
ix. 16. 




£D 








Aph. 




xxi. 18. 


X. 9. 


vi. 9. 


Aph. 




... 

iii. 4. 

vi. 12. 


V. 15. 


V. 26. 


Pa. 


|snm 


V. 45. 


XV. 33. 




Ethpe. 


— 








Pa. 


— 


iv. 51. 






Ethpa. 


— 




xi. 5. 




Aph. 


— 


xvi. 2. 







S. Luke. 



vii. 38. 



XV. 22. 



vi. 25. 



iii. 23. 



HjTDEX. 



553 





S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 










ii. 14. 


]li^ 




iv. 23. 






. i 1 1 rr> or l-yv-cc 




V. 12. 




... 


Aph. — 








i. 58. 


^ 


iv. 20. 










iv. 23. 










xvi. 12. 
ii. 23. 

xiii. 4. 


xxiv. 12. 




xiv. 13. 


Ethpe. — 


xix. 24. 




i. 10. 




]i)^jci 


_ 




ii. 21. 


... 


JOTTD 


i. 15:ii. 25. 








Pa. — 




... 




xvi. 28. 


Aph. — 


i. 7. 






... 


•^0 P 




xxvi. 59. 






1Z.05CTLCD 


i. 7. 












xxiv. 29. 






ll^OTD 


xxi. 6. 








]))aiD 


xi. 44. 




■ ■ ■ 


... 


7 




xii. 18. 




... 


Pa. — 


viii. 5G. 









w. c. 



70 



564 



Ethpe. 
Aph. 



Aph. 



Pa. 



Ethpa, 



]n\nm 



1 1 run m 

^•" C 'X 

0. -x I" 

.•n I m 

p. P 7 

•\ P 



INDEX. 
S. John. S. Matt. 



xii. 13. 



ii. 6. 
xix. 41. 
X. 18. 

viii. 4. 



xiii. 10. 



vi. 70. 



XX. 20. 



iv. 8 



vi. 11. 



xxi. 12. 

xiv. 21. 

XV. 11. 
XV. 20. 

X. 22. 

xxi. 33. 
ii. 11. 



S. Mark. 
V. 4. 



S. Luke. 



ix. 51. 



xix. 44. 
ix. 54. 
i. 33. 
xxi. 11. 

xix. 44. 



i. 36. 





INDEX. 




555 


"J " ' 


S. John, 


S. Matt. 
XX vi. 52. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 







V. 34. 




... 


Pa. "io^ 


V. 3. 


... 






|jA\onnD 




xi. 25. 




... 


Ethpa. ^^Ltd 


vii. 17. 








Aph. — 




xviii. 15. 


... 




Unco 




vii. 26. 




... 


l2o\nfT) 




vi. 14. 




... 


vnSD 




... 


i. 25. 




Ethpe. |J,CD 






viii. 31. 


... 


Aph. — 




xxi. 42. 






.o^m 


i. 51. 








]^CD 


ix. 39. 








IkKD 


V. 3. 


... 












xvi. 18. 


... 


>^V)m 


vi. 11. 




... 


... 


Ethpe. — 


vi. 10. 


... 




... 


Aph. — 




... 


vi. 39. 


... 


]nV>m 


ii. 8. 






... 







vi. 3. 


... 


... 


»nSnm 




xvi. 2. 






]ifr) 


iii. 20. 






... 


Peil part. — 


iii. 20. 






... 


Peil part (regular). 




X. 22. 




... 



556 



INDEX. 



Ethpe. 



Ethpe. 



Ethpa. 



(mm 

.•no 

(g^ro 

A .]o > .^m 



■J" '' 
]l«-^oom 



S. John. 



ii. 25. 



vi. 30. 



vi. 9. 



vi. 17. 



xviii. 10. 
vi, 7. 
vii. 15. 

viii. 3. 



xix. 12. 



S. Matt. 



vi. 19. 



xxvi. 71. 



XV. 8. 
xi. 21. 



xi. 39. 



V. 18. 



S. Mark. 
xii. 26. 



11. :io. 



S. Luke. 



xii. 3. 



i. 53. 



xix. 5. 
iv. 35. 



INDEX. 



Ethpe. 



5A£0 



7 



Aph. 


— 


iv. 4. 


Shaph. 


— 




Eshtaph. 


— 








iii. 19. 




Tr-i 


iv. 46. 




.P, -x 7 


viii. 33 




.t>..x 




Pa. 


7 




Ethpa. 


r^^l. 






7 


iv. 4. 



Aph. 



Pa. 



(adv.) ^\^ 

7 



S. John. 


S. Matt. 




xii. 44. 




XV. 9. 


X. 22. 




ii. 19. 





X. 22. 
ii. 5. 



i. 28. 



xi. 29. 



xxiv. 2. 



xiii. 15. 
iv. 24. 



xxvii. GO. 



S. Mark. 



vi. 52 



/xi. 16 
(xiv. 36 



557 

S. Luke. 



vii. 8 
iL 51 



xii. 18. 



558 




INDEX. 










S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke 




Yr^ 




... 




ix. 39. 




\\.'^'.\ 


ii. 4. 








Ethpa. 


'^.A 






vii. 2. 






¥ 


i. 48. 










,.\s 




xii. 5. 








P 
■if ^ 




i. 25. 








XliA 


ii. 7. 










"AiU „ 




xvii, 17. 








U^' „ 


ii. 10. 










. P(>T, 


iv. 52. 










.0 7 


ii. 23. 


... 








and 1?llA 


... 


xxvi. 5. 






Pa. 


7 




XV. 25. 






Etlipa. 




XV. 20. 


xvi. 18. 


v. 26. 




Aph. 


^ -x 


xiv. 26. 
i. 18. 








Aph. 






xxvii. 15. 
xxvii. 29. 
xii. 22. 






Aph. 


Vsos 

r 


vii. 18. 


XX. 13. 
v. 45. 


... 









INDEX. 




ot 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke 




]Jos 








i. 41. 




P 




xiii. 5. 








..ai^cLL 


... 


XV. 32. 


... 




Ethpe. 


,n\ ,Da.s 




xxvi. 37. 






Peil part. 


il 5ai. 






xiii. 34. 




Ethpe. 


— 




xxiv. 42. 






A ph. 


— 


xi. 11. 








Pa. 


7 7 

30. S 

•,0 ■\ 


xii. 40. 
ii. 15. 


xiii. 22. 






Ethpa. 


(Lo)L 

« p p 

■J " '' 
jo. . V 

p 

.. 7.7 


xi. 33. 

xviii. 39. 

xii. 15. 
vi. 5. 
xvi. 25. 
i. 7. 
vi. 51. 


vi. 28. 
xix. 23. 

... 


xiv. 51. 
x. 22. 


xxiii. 10. 

XV. 22. 
ii. 7. 



560 



INDEX. 



Ethpa. 



fern. 



Ethpa. 
Aph. 



Etlipe. 



,;^ 










7 

rim. 



S. John. I S. Matt. 
iii. 23. 



i. 50. 

xxi. 4. 
XV. 22. 



xix. 39. 



xviii. 17. 

iii. 4. 
xiii. 27. 
xviii. 16. 

i. 9. 



V. 3. 
iii. 23. 



S. Mark. 



S. Luke. 



xxvi. 50. 



xix. 20. 



iii. 14. 



vii. 22. 



xiv. 15. 



iv. 37. 



xix. 8. 
xviii. 11. 



xiv. 10. 
L 32. 



xii. 16. 







INDEX. 




561 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 


Aph. 


ri^ 


i. 25. 










X 


iv. 11. 












... 


vi. 30. 




... 




W^s 








vii. 6. 


Aph. 





iv. 6. 


... 


V. 35. 


: 


Pa. 


^ 




xiii. 15. 






Pa. 




xiv. 10. 
i. 26. 

iv. 12. 


vii. 16. 
xvii. 5. 


... 


vi. 48. 
X. 40. 


Aph. 


f.nms 

|nms 


vi. 10. 


... 




ix. 42. 
iii. 5. 


Pa. 


7 7 


i. 39. 
vi. 19. 


xxiii. 23. 
XX. 24. 
iv. 25. 


1 

1 
1 


vi. 49. 
X. 34. 



w. c. 



71 



562 



INDEX. 



Pa. 



Pa. 



Ethpe. 



-^'^^ 
-. 

7 

IP 7 Tl 

7 

^ P 9> 

7 



S. John. 



xiii. 18. 



ii. 14. 
xix. 14. 



xxi. 7. 

V. 8. 
X. 5. 
i. 27. 



iii. 14. 
xvi. 1.3. 



S. Matt. 

ii. 8. 

xvii. 17. 

xiii. 29. 
XV. 13. 

iii. 10. 



S. Mark. 



xxiv. 20. 



xiv. 51. 



i. 6. 



S. Luke. 
xxii. 45. 



i. 7. 

X. 19. 

xxii. 31. 



iii. 5. 



x.xiii. 23. 
iii. 14. 



xiii. 52. 







INDEX. 




563 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 




r^Ai 




xix. 23. 


... 


... 




2i 












lol^ 




... 


vii. 32. 


... 




]l]^ 


iv. 36. 


... 




... 




1 " ^ 








xi. 42. 




4^ 




xxviii. 9. 


... 


... 




•,0 y 


ii. 21. 
viii. 15. 




... 


ix. 62. 




"joia 






... 


xii. 29. 




^^a-. 




xxiv. 12. 


... 


... 




iOCl':^ 


xix. 29. 


... 




... 




ij -r. " K -x 


... 


... 




vii. 25. 


Ethpe. 


»CDO,^ 


iii. 36. 






... 


Aph. 


*c p -x 
•.0 ■>. 



P -x 

IjdZoc:) 

ij P , «. 


X. 18. 

vii. 9. 


xxvii, 20. 
XX. 28. 


... 


xiv. 12. 

xxi. 25. 
x. 34. 
jc. 35. 


Pa. 


» H 9 7 




xxvii. 7. 




ii. 19. 



564 

Pa. part. pass. isQ.^ 

"J" 

Ethpe. — 

Pa. — 

Ethpa. — 

,?^! 



Peil part. 



Ethpe. 






iLsi 



INDEX. 

S. John. S. Matt. I S. Mark. 
xxvi. 17. 

xxii. 4. 
xiv. 8. 



nu 99 



X. 6. 

vii. 14. 

vi. 11. 



vii. 43. 
vi. 27. 
viii. 33. 

XV. 1. 



V. 13 



xii. 25. 
XXV. 6. 



xxvi. 18. 
xxvi. 16. 
vi. 19. 
xxiv. 43. 
X. 13. 



S. Luke. 



XV. 23. 



xix. 4. 



xii. 53. 



xi. 5. 



11. 







INDEX. 






565 


Etlipe. 


]±£i 


S. John. 

i. 38. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 


Pa. 


— 




XV. 23. 






Aph. 


I 




V. 39. 




i. 63. 






xix. 24. 












*?Ci<^ .mcn<^ 


xix. 24. 










Apii. 


.nm^ 


xix. 38. 

ix. 22. 










Ethpe. 


— 




iii. 10. 








Pa. 




xi. 44. 

xii. 27. 
ii. 13. 
xi. 57. 


ix. 37. 


V. 4. 






Ethpe. 


— 




... 




xvii. 9. 


Pa. 


P 7 


viii. 5. 
xi. 50. 






iii. 4. 


Pa. 


,nnc^ 




vi. 7. 




... 




,0 7 7 


ii. 15. 






xxiii. 43. 




11?^ 


xiL 24. 






... 




.jO x 7 




xxiii. 37. 









566 



INDEX. 







S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke 
ii. 11. 


Pa. 


, 7 








XV. 30. 




X 




vi. 26. 


... 


XV. 13. 




•. 17 


xviii. 28. 
xi. 18. 
i. 24. 










7 








vi. 1. 




»CD;^ 








xix. 36. 


Pali 






i. 19. 
vi. 4. 




xii. 42. 


Ethpe. 


— 








vi. 34. 


Aph. 


^ P ♦. 7 


... 


vi. 16. 
ix. 24. 


... 


xxi. 30. 


Ethpe. 


— 




... 




i. 74. 


Ethpa. 


7 


xiv. 16. 


xvi. 3. 




xii. 58. 


Ethpe. 


— 








xxii. 22. 


Pa. 




xxi. 18. 


xiii. 49. 
XV. 27. 







Ethpe. 



Pa. 

Ethpa. 
Aph. 



Ethpe. 

Pa. 

Ethpa. 



Ethpe. 



Pa. 



4^ 



S. John. 
viii. 7. 



INDEX. 

S. Matt. 



A ■]A . m.c^ j xi. 14. 

X X 

7 















i. 22. 
ii. 15. 
i. 51. 

ix. 14. 
ix. 10. 

xiii. 29. 
i. 43. 

iii. 27. 
vii. 18. 

i. 13. 
xiii. 26. 

XX. 25. 



XV. 30. 
vi. 22. 
ix. 5. 

xiii. 36. 
xxvii. 33. 
xxiii. 5. 
vii. 13. 



iii. 16. 



iii. 17. 
xviii. 19. 



S. Mark. 



S. 



667 
Luke. 



vii. 38. 



568 



Pa. 



Pa. 



Pa. 



Ethpe. 



7 

D 7 



^, 





iiai, 


Pa. 




Pa. 

Peil part. 


7 


Pa. 


— 



INDEX. 



S. John. 

iv. 13. 
xxi. 3. 



iii. 29. 



ix. 28. 



6. 



viii. 49. 



S. Matt. 
xii. 44. 



iv. 2. 
xvii. 21. 
xviii. 6. 

xvi. 2. 



iv. 18. 
XV. 32. 

V. 44. 



xvii. 21. 

xxiii. 24. 
xxii. 20. 

xiii. 57. 



S. Mark. 



12. 



X. 21. 



S. Luke. 



V. 4. 



ix. 12. 



7. 



INDEX. 



Ethpe. 



.0 7 



O^K^I 



"|2\ja^^ 






Ethpe. 


— 


Pa. 


— 


Ethpa, 


— 




n 




]xc5io 




|?ono 




|Z.?ono 


Pa. 


V\no 


Ethpa. 
Aph. 


— 



"J" " 

X 7 



S. John. 



viii. 2. 



XX. 25. 



xxi. 11. 



xi. 17. 



i. 11. 



xix. 40. 

V. 28. 
i. 33. 
xvii. 11. 



S. Matt. 



X. 29. 
xxii. 16. 



xxvii. 51. 
xxvi. 65. 



xxiv. 6. 



xxi. 31. 



S. Mark. 
xii. 4. 



xiv, 63. 



xiv. 8. 



569 

S. Luke. 

xxL 35. 
xxi. 35. 



iv. 24. 

XV. 27. 

xvi. 22. 



w. c. 



72 



r>7o 



INDEX. 







S. John. 


S. Matt 


Pa. 


^jJD 


XX. 4. 


xxiv. 25. 




p 


i. 15. 








i. 15. 




Pa. 




X. 36. 




Ethpa, 


— 




vi. 9. 


Pa. 


X 


i. 32. 






fAloo 


iv. 28. 






i<LO ^o,r^ 


i. 26. 




•Aph. 


— 


ii. 19. 






TAioarD 




vi. 27. 




^ I { V <=^o n 


vi. 13. 






•,0 -x 

pninn 


xvi. 2. 






1 " !• ^ 




vii. 16. 






xi. 55. 






Va^q-d 


i. 14. 






yd^ 




xxii. 7. 




r-4^ 




vii. 14. 




]U4o 

X 




V. 44. 




]i^4^ 




xi. 12. 




^ 


V. 16. 




Ethpe. 


— 




xvi. 21. 


Pa. 







ii. 16. 



S. Mark. S. Luke 



v. 29. 
V. 36. 



INDEX. 



571 



Ethpa. 



adv. 







S. John. 



V. 45. 



I>a^ID ix. 41. 



Aph. 



« p p 

X 
)) 

-DP -n 

h 1 1 o 



V. 29. 

i. 23. 

vii. 33. 
ii. 12. 

vi. 7. 



V. 26. 



S. Matt. 

XV. 19. 
xi. 21. 



S. Mark. 



xxiv. 32. 



xvi. 19. 
xi. 30. 



xiii. 33. 
iii. 4. 
X. 9. 

viii. 5. 
xi. 7. 
xix. 21. 
xiii. 32. 

xxvii. 65. 



vii. 4. 



S. Luke, 
xxiii. 32. 



vi. 44. 



xxiii, 31. 



572 




INDEX. 








S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 




]^ 


i, 1,5. 








liso 


... 


XXV. 6. 




Pa. 


7 


vi. 12. 
i, 23. 


xxvi. 67. 
xiv. 19. 
XX. 2. 


... 


Ethpe, 


sCiln 


i. 42. 
vi. 19. 




... 


Pa. 


— 


xvi. 2. 




... 


Ethpa. 


I 7 

.0 17 

I 7 

. • i;n 

(Z.0 »,■ o 

X 


XX. 17. 

ii. 13. 

xviii, 18. 
iv. 5. 

xix. 17. 
vi. 60. 

vii. 26. 


xxiv. 6. 
X. 42. 

vii. 3. 
vi.'2. 

xix. 8. 


xiii. 7. 



S. Luke. 



xii. 18. 



Ethpa, 



Ethpa. 



Aph. 



»05 



7 7 



]'L^ 



. I \on5 






Va^ 



i^5 



7 

7 

H 

V 



INDEX. 
S. John. S. Matt. 



i. 38. 
iii. 30. 



XX. 16. 



ii. 6. 
viii. 44. 



xi. 2, 
xviii, 1. 
viii. 5. 



vii. 38. 



V. 16. 



XX. 8. 
xviii. 24. 



xiv. 25 (f). 
XXV. 27. 



V. 28. 
xiii. 17. 
V. 22. 



xiii. 21. 



S. Mark. 



iv. 19. 



V. 29. 
iii. 17. 



573 



S. Luke. 



iv. 16. 



iii. 2. 
iii. 1. 



16. 



)74 



INDEX. 







S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


Ethpe. 


7 ^ 




V. 10. 




Peil part. 


ȣ3cn5 






V. 38. 


Ethpe. 




XX. 2. 






Aph. 


10> 
11105 

U»o> 
^njo05 

7 

^o5 

.!». 4. P 7 

IZa^oj 

ps>-.05 


ii. 10. 
iii. 3G. 

i. 32. 


xxvii. 24. 
V. 12. 

xxvi. 58. 
xxiv. 49. 

vii. 13. 




Aph. 


^1 ^o5 


iii. 14. 






Ethtaph. 


^0 7 

(in?o? 

X 


iii. 14. 

ix. 6. 
i. 50. 

j 
xxi. 8. 


XX. 25. 
xviii. 6. 





S. Luke, 



i. 29. 



xii. 45. 



i. 14. 



xxi. 34. 



i. 78. 
ii. 35. 



INDEX. 



Ethpe. 
Etlipa. 



A ph. 
Pa. 



Pa. 



Peil part. 
A ph. 



1>Q-K»5 



(Z.oV)k» 

7 



S. John. 

V. 20. 

xiv. 21. 



U4 



X 
1 C £> 



s.niy 



I 

r^5 



iii. 29. 



XV. 9. 



vi. 41. 

vii. 12. 
xii. 3. 
ii. 8. 
xii. 3. 
i. 1. 



xii. 15. 



S. Matt. 



IX. 2/. 



V. /. 



vii. 23. 



XX. 11. 



XI. ». 

xxiv. 32. 



575 

S. Mark. S. Luke. 



xi. 8. 



xvi. 24. 
xxiii. 31. 



xviii. 18. 



xix. 35. 



xxiv. 29. 



576 




INDEX. 










S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 


Aph. 


r^' 


xix, 30. 




... 






Wy^l 


xi. 43. 










t^5 


V. 3. 




... 




Apli. 
Etlipa. 


11d5 

.0 -R 

Ilii 

p ■^ 

■\ f ^ 


v., 7. 
xiii. 24. 
vi. 16. 

xxi. 15. 
xii. 10. 
X. 2. 
X. 9. 
vii. 18. 
xii. 29. 


xiii. 22. 


viii. 33. 


iii. 5. 


Peil part. 


^J5 ^ILJ 




xii. 20. 






Etlipe. 


— 




xxi. 44. 






Aph. 


1X55 


xix. 13. 


iii. 12. 
V. 22. 


ix. 18. 




Pa. 


pD5 




xi. 17. 






Aph. 


— 




xi. 17. 






Peil part. 


\LDJ 






... 


vi. 38. 







INDEX. 


, 


577 






S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 




7 . 


ix. 6. 






... « 


Apb. 




i. 21. 


vii. 22. 


xvi. 8. 
V. 33. 


xxiii. 14. 


Ethpe. 


— 








xiv. 18. 


Pa. 


— 


i. 19. 




... 




Aph. 










xi. 5. 
xxiii. 24. 
viii. 29. 


Ethpe. 




(v. 9. 
\xx. 1. 

ix. 8. 


... 


ii. 4. 


xxi. 24. 


Ethpa. 


r 7 

5oin > 

-O, ♦. g 7 7 


V. 35. 




vii. 22. 




Pa. 


7 


viii. 54. 








Ethpa. 


•J.. P 7 

11. n. 


vii. 39. 


X. 10. 

iii. 3. 
xii. 1. 




iv. 18. 



w. c. 



73 



578 




INDEX. 










S. John. 


S. Matt, 


S. Mark. 


S. Lu 




\\ri.» 


iv. 52. 










1" 7 




XV. 34. 








I 7 




xviii. 22. 








,nn» 


iv. 3. 




... 




Etbpe. 




viii. 9. 
XV. 2. 


xxiii. 23. 
xxvi, 5. 




xxiii. 


Peil part. 


— 


xii. 27. 








Etbpe. 


i;- 


viii. 7. 


ix. 23. 






Ethpe. 


— 


xii. 31. 








Pa. 


T 

• 


i. 19. 








Ethpa. 


? 
y<TL» 


i. 6. 
i. 27. 


xxvi. 38. 






Ethpe. 


— 




xviii. 19. 






Pa. 


— 


xi. 2. 




xiv. 15. 




Aph. 


^ 9- 

•^0 'X 


i. 23:v. 18. 
i. 14. 


xix. 7. 


... 




Aph. 


7 


ix. 7. 


XV. 20. 
xiii. 5. 







5. 



Ethpau. 



Pa. 



Ethpe. 





INDEX. 




5' 




S. John. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke 


|i_KtQ_» 








xvi. 20. 


4^ ^Q_» 




vi. 24. 






4^^ 


i. 12. 












xiii. 39. 






^0 *. 




vii. 24. 






1 1 . ^<Ar> m 


... 






ii. 24. 


]jDQ.^ 




vi. 2. 










XV. 19. 






^ ■>. 


XV. 27. 








I , 1 aQ* 




vi. 28. 










i. 18. 






]k)Za^ 




xxiii. 30. 






7 


xviii. 18. 








V 






ix. 26. 




7 




V. 41. 






12^^ 






vii. 22. 




1 i^ <=^ I 5 • 


xii. 3. 








^o.\ 




xi. 23. 






, 7 




X. 34. 










xxiv. 31. 












V. 3. 




^n*!* 


xi. 11. 








7 


i. 41. 








— 




i. 18. 







580 



INDEX. 



Ethpe. 
Pa. 
A ph. 
Pa. 
Aph. 



Ethpe. 
Pa. 

Ethpa. 
Aph. 



"jA . Arn\« 



4^ 
4-Ai 



S. John. 



V. 36. 



V. 27. 






xiii. 16. 
V. 10. 

vii. 8. 
xviii. 36. 
iv. 34. 
xix. 28. 
vi. 64. 
xiv. 27. 



Ul» i. 6. 



Pa 



1 V 7 ? 



S. Matt. 



xiv. 12. 



xxvii. 28. 
vii. 29. 

xiv. 32. 
viii. 26. 
X. 2. 



S. Mark. 
iv. 32. 



ix. 8. 



iii. 16. 



S. Luke. 
i. 15. 

xvi. 24. 

i. 19. 
X. 30 



xii. 11. 



xxii. 44. 



INDEX. 



Ethpe. 

Pa. 

Ethpa. 

Pa. 



Pa. 
Ethpa. 

Ethpa. 



Pa. 
Aph. 



l.Vi. 

? 

-{till 

? 






S. John. 

xviii. 10. 
i. 32. 

i. 37. 
ix. 32. 
xii. 38. 
xii. 2. 



I 7 



X. 20. 
V. 24. 
ii. 20. 



xi. 13. 

i. 18. 

i. 39: V. 9. 

iv. 17. 



S. Matt. 
V. 26. 



XX. 28. 
V. 45. 



V. 38. 

yiii. 29. 
viii. 6. 



viii. 3. 



S. Mark. 



581 

S. Luke. 



iv. 29. 



xxiv. 11. 



iii. 5. 



vi. 38. 



xxvi. 7. 



582 



Aph. 



Ethpe. 
Aph. 

Ethpe. 
Pa. 

Ethpa. 
Aph. 



Pa. 

Aph. 



•, 



U 



V\A. 



-,0 



,2" 






S. John 
viii. 29. 



INDEX. 

S. Matt. 



xix. 31. 



i. 29. 





ix. 15. 




iii. 11. 


i. 27. 




vii. 23. 


... 


viii. 9. 


... 


xxi. 12. 





V. 35. 

iii. 33. 
i. 47. 



i. 9. 
ii. 6. 



X. 42. 



viii. 32. 



i. 17. 



xxii. 4. 



xxii. 6. 



xvii. 1. 



S. Mark. 



xvi. 2, 



8. Luke. 



xiv. 14. 



xxii. 32. 



xvi. 20. 







INDEX. 




583 




-.a^TIZl. 


S. John. 

iv. 7. 


S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke. 




jAiDlAi 




vii. 25. 


... 






^^ 




xiii. 8. 








wOA^ 




XX. 31. 






Peil part. 


— 




1 
xxvi. 63. (for note, see 


ref. above.) 


Pael 


— 




xxii. 34. 


... 




Ethpaal. 


I 




xxii. 12. 


... 








ii. 16. 


iii. 12. 




.... 




Mr^Z 




XXV. 27. 






Ethpe. 


r^nz 








xi. 50. 
xviii. 7. 




^z 




xii. 20. 


... 


iv. 18. 


Ethpe. 


— 


xix. 36. 








Pa. 


— 


xix. 31. 












(see t^"", E 


thpa.) 
xiii. 45. 




xi. 27. 




1'A.-;,z' 


ii. 6. 






... 




-{■^tt 


iv. 48. 










]Sdo(TiZ 




... 




viii. 31. 




5(nZ 




vii. 28. 








lloif 






xvi. 8. 





584. 






INDEX. 












S.Jo 


HN. S. Matt. 


S. Mark. 


S. Luke 


Ethpe. 






xxi. 29. 
iii. 2. 


... 




Aph. 


»^oZ 

oioZ 

llcnoZ' 

TZ^oZ 

TioZ' 

rzaz 

iZoZ' 
VA..a>jZ' 

I 

]iD<l>oZ 


i. 21. 
ii. 14 


vi. 6. 
xvi. 23. 

xii. 34. 
ii. 16. 


xii. 28. 
ix. 15. 

ix. 44. 


xxi. 25. 
i. 21. 

xvii. 6, 
i. 80. 




/lj;z 


i. 48. 












I^^oNmZ' 




xvi. 26. 








Ethpa. 


fnn:Z 

cii£,Z 
A,]n.nZ 




xi. 23. 

iii. 8. 
xii. 42. 


vi. 11. 
ii. 4. 

... 


xxii 
xxii 


i. 23 

44. 



Pa. 



Ethpa. 



Ethpa. 
Aph. 



ffz 

AlIZ 

TaIz 

ctiIdZ 



IcrtSoZ" 
I'ZcAliDZ 

v>.V)Z 

^Z 

]IIi^Z 

^ . 1 v>Z 

7 7 I> , 

.-msAxLoZ 



INDEX. 
S. John, 



i. 35. 

xiii. 38. 
ii. 1. 
V. 5. 



ii. 1. 
V. 5. 
XX. 26. 



S. Matt. 
xxvii. 43. 

xxiii. 5. 



xviii. C. 
xxviii. 3. 

xxviii. 19. 
xiii. 52. 



S. Mark. 



i 22 



xxii. 33. 



X. IG. 



vi. 30. 



585 
S. Luke. 

xi. 53. 



viii. 6. 



xxiv. 22. 
iv. 36. 
xiii 17. 



W. C. 



ii. 37. 
xiii, 4. 

74 



586 



INDEX. 



Ethpe. 

Pa. 

Aph. 
Ethpa. 






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ȣDQJO>Z. 

^3Z 

IZUiDJZ 

|A2la-^5Z 
ri3Z 

rA^5r 

;m\3Z 

,5Z 



S. John. 

vi. 9. 



xi. 9. 



i. 35. 



xvii. 24. 



xiii. 38. 



X. 1. 



fvi. 13, 67. 
[xi.9. (fern.) 



S. "Matt. 

viii. 20. 
xxiii. 5. 

iv. 6. 

xii. 13. 
iv. 21. 
xi. 10. 
i. 23. 
xix. 28. 



S. Mark. 



S. Luke. 



x. 10. 



xxiii. 37. 



vi. 26. 



i. 52. 



vii. 43. 



viii. 43. 



34. 



i. 51. 



viii. 32. 



INDEX. 





S. John. 


S. Matt. 


^M 


iii. 4 : xi. 3. 


... 


VZLwacLaZ? 


xi. 4. 


... 


]l^<a3£ 


... 


... 






iv. 24. 


MiZ 




XX. 5. 


Vs.r 




xviii. 12. 


X .f, 




xviii. 12. 


ft.s.r 




... 


X 


i. 48. 


vii. 16. 



S. Mark. 



.587 
S. Luke. 

i. 5. 



i. 1. 



ADDITIONAL NOTE. 

9. »H -X X 

S. Matt. x. 21. ^ajj ^pLxlDJ, shall cause them to he put to death — 
6ava7<aa-ov(nv avTov<i. (So also S. Mark xiii. 12.) — Aphel fut. 3. pi. 
of A_LiD, Died. — Apli. A.A.i^)'), Caused to die, slew. — Fut. A . Vr>i 

3. pi. with aff. ch. xxvi. 59; xxvii. 1; S. Mark xiv. 55 Imperat. 

pi. O^ I V)") , Col. iii. 5 Part. A . Vr.V> pi. masc. > A .^'^ 

Rom. viii. 13. 

Heb. Hiph. n^^Hj Destroyed, killed, Numb. xiv. 15; Judg-. 
xvi. 30 ; 2 Sam. iii. 30; xxi. 1. 



EKRATA IN INDEX. 

read o]. 
„ „ „ 13, for ii. 17, read ii. 7. 
„ 502, „ 8, for Uq~^U^T read licu^^V- 

„ „ 20, for T^^AlcVread fjAcof. 
„ 512, „ 7, for S. Matt. xiv. 12, read S. Mark xiv. 12. 



The Author begs, indulgence for the Errata, which were chiefly 
detected during the correction and verification of the Index; and for 
any others which may have escaped his notice. He trusts that no 
serious errors may yet remain, and must plead the difficulty of correcting 
a work of this nature with unpractised eyes. 



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