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Result 60- Overlook
hupereidon "to overlook" (an aorist form), is used in Acts 17:30, RV (AV, "winked at"), i.e., God bore with them without interposing by way of punishment, though the debasing tendencies of idolatry necessarily developed themselves.

Result 61- Pestilence, Pestilent fellow
loimos "a pestilence, any deadly infectious malady," is used in the plural in Luke 21:11 (in some mss., Matt 24:7); in Acts 24:5, metaphorically, "a pestilent fellow." See FELLOW.

Result 62- Philosopher
philosophos lit., "loving wisdom" (philos, "loving," sophia, "wisdom"), occurs in Acts 17:18.

Result 63- Philosophy
philosophia denotes "the love and pursuit of wisdom," hence, "philosophy," the investigation of truth and nature; in Col 2:8, the so-called "philosophy" of false teachers. "Though essentially Greek as a name and as an idea, it had found its way into Jewish circles ... Josephus speaks of the three Jewish sects as the "philosophies" ... It is worth observing that this word, which to the Greeks denotes the highest effort of the intellect, occurs here alone in Paul's writings ... the Gospel had deposed the term as inadequate to the higher standard whether of knowledge or of practice, which it had introduced" (Lightfoot).

Result 64- Pillow
proskephalaion denotes "a pillow, a cushion for the head" (pros, "to," kephale, "a head"), Mark 4:38 (RV, "cushion"). In the Sept., Ezek 13:18.

Result 65- Plot
epiboule lit., "a plan against" (epi, "against," boule, "a counsel, plan"), is translated "plot" in the RV (AV, "laying await" and "lying in wait") in Acts 9:24; Acts 20:3,19; Acts 23:30.
Result 66- Plough, Plow
A. Noun
  1. arotron
B. Verb
  1. arotriao

A1.     Plough, Plow [Noun] arotron from aroo, "to plough" occurs in Luke 9:62.

B1.     Plough, Plow [Verb] arotriao akin to arotron, a later form of aroo, "to plow," occurs in Luke 17:7; 1 Cor 9:10.

Result 67- Prolong
parateino "to stretch out along" (para, "along," teino, "to stretch"), is translated "prolonged" in Acts 20:7, RV, of Paul's discourse: see CONTINUE.

Result 68- Purloin
nosphizo is translated "purloining" in Titus 2:10. See nosphizo under KEEP.

See also : nosphizo

Result 69- Sackcloth
sakkos "a warm material woven from goat's or camel's hair," and hence of a dark color, Rev 6:12; Jerome renders it saccus cilicinus (being made from the hair of the black goat of Cilicia; the Romans called it cilicium); cp. Isaiah 50:3; it was also used for saddle-cloths, Josh 9:4; also for making sacks, e.g., Gen 42:25, and for garments worn as expressing mourning or penitence, Matt 11:21; Luke 10:13, or for purposes of prophetic testimony, Rev 11:3.

Result 70- Sailors

Result 71- Belong
Note: This word represents
(a) a phrase consisting of eimi, "to be," with or without a preposition and a noun, and usually best rendered, as in the RV, by the verb "to be," Mark 9:41, lit., "ye are of Christ;" Luke 23:7; Heb 5:14; cp. Rom 12:19, "belongeth unto Me," RV;
(b) a phrase consisting of the neuter plural of the definite article, either with the preposition pros, "unto," as in Luke 19:42, where the phrase "the things which belong unto peace" (RV) is, lit., "the (things) unto peace," or with the genitive case of the noun, as in 1 Cor 7:32, AV, "the things that belong to the Lord," RV, suitably, "the things of the Lord;"
(c) a distinct verb, e.g., metecho, "to partake of, share in," Heb 7:13 RV, "belongeth to (another tribe)," AV, "pertaineth to."

Result 72- Beloved
A. Adjective
  1. agapetos
B. Verb
  1. agapao

A1.     Beloved [Adjective] agapetos from agapao, "to love," is used of Christ as loved by God, e.g., Matt 3:17; of believers (ditto), e.g., Rom 1:7; of believers, one of another, 1 Cor 4:14; often, as a form of address, e.g., 1 Cor 10:14. Whenever the AV has "dearly beloved," the RV has "beloved;" so, "well beloved" in 3 John 1:1; in 1 John 2:7, AV, "brethren" (adelphos), the RV has "beloved," according to the mss. which have agapetos. See DEAR.

See also : agapetos

B1.     Beloved [Verb] agapao in its perfect participle Passive form, is translated "beloved" in Rom 9:25; Eph 1:6; Col 3:12; 1 Thess 1:4; 2 Thess 2:13. In Jude 1:1 the best texts have this verb (RV); the AV, "sanctified" follows those which have hagiazo. See LOVE.

Note: In Luke 9:35, the RV, translating from the most authentic mss., has "My chosen" (eklego), for AV, "beloved" (agapetos); so in Php 1:2, "sister" (adelphe).

See also : agapao

Result 73- Slothful
  1. nothros
  2. okneros

1.     Slothful nothros "indolent, sluggish," is rendered "slothful" in Heb 6:12, AV, See DULL, and synonymous words there, and SLUGGISH.

See also : nothros

2.     Slothful okneros "shrinking, irksome," is translated "slothful" in Matt 25:26, and Rom 12:11, where "in diligence not slothful," RV, might be rendered "not flagging in zeal." See GRIEVOUS.

See also : okneros

Result 74- Slow
bradus is used twice in James 1:19, in an exhortation to "be slow to speak" and "slow to wrath;" in Luke 24:25, metaphorically of the understanding.

Note: For "slow" (argos) in Titus 1:12, see IDLE.

Result 75- Slowly (sailed)
For SLOWLY (sailed) see braduploeo under SAIL

Result 76- Stumbling, Stumbling Block, Stumbling-Stone
For STUMBLING, STUMBLING BLOCK, STUMBLING-STONE, see skandalon under OFFENSE, proskomma under OFFENSE, proskope under OFFENSE and aproskopos under OFFENSE

Result 77- Swaddling clothes
sparganoo "to swathe" (from sparganon, "a swathing band"), signifies "to wrap in swaddling clothes" in Luke 2:7,12. The idea that the word means "rags" is without foundation. In the Sept., Job 38:9; Ezek 16:4.

Result 78- Swallow (Verb)
katapino "to drink down" (kata, and pino, "to drink"), "to swallow," is used with this meaning
(a) physically, but figuratively, Matt 23:24; Rev 12:16;
(b) metaphorically, in the Passive Voice, of death (by victory), 1 Cor 15:54; of being overwhelmed by sorrow, 2 Cor 2:7; of the mortal body (by life), 2 Cor 5:4. See katapino under DEVOUR, katapino under DROWN.

See also : katapino

Result 79- Billows
For BILLOWS, Luke 21:25, RV, see WAVE

Result 80- Threshing floor
halon "a threshing floor," is so translated in Matt 3:12; Luke 3:17, RV (AV, "floor"), perhaps by metonymy for the grain.

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