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    (5463) — (5563)

    (5463) χαιρω, chairo [khah'-ee-ro]

    a primary verb; to be "cheer"ful, i.e. calmly happy or well-off; impersonally, especially as salutation (on meeting or parting), be well:--farewell, be glad, God speed, greeting, hall, joy(- fully), rejoice.SGD (5463) .2

    (5464) χαλαζα, chalaza [khal'-ad-zah]

    probably from χαλαω - chalao χαλαω; hail:--hail.SGD (5464) .2

    (5465) χαλαω, chalao [khal-ah'-o]

    from the base of χασμα - chasma χασμα; to lower (as into a void):--let down, strike.SGD (5465) .2

    (5466) Χαλδαιος, Chaldaios [khal-dah'-yos]

    probably of Hebrew or (Kasdiy Kasdiy); a Chaldoean (i.e. Kasdi), or native or the region of the lower Euphrates:--Chaldaean.SGD (5466) .2

    (5467) χαλεπος, chalepos [khal-ep-os']

    perhaps from χαλαω - chalao χαλαω through the idea of reducing the strength; difficult, i.e. dangerous, or (by implication) furious:--fierce, perilous.SGD (5467) .2

    (5468) χαλιναγωγεω, chalinagogeo [khal-in-ag-ogue-eh'-o]

    from a compound of χαλινος - chalinos χαλινος and the reduplicated form of αγω - ago αγω; to be a bit-leader, i.e. to curb (figuratively):--bridle.SGD (5468) .2

    (5469) χαλινος, chalinos [khal-ee-nos']

    from χαλαω - chalao χαλαω; a curb or head-stall (as curbing the spirit):--bit, bridle.SGD (5469) .2

    (5470) χαλκεος, chalkeos [khal'-keh-os]

    from χαλκος - chalkos χαλκος; coppery:--brass.SGD (5470) .2

    (5471) χαλκεψς, chalkeus [khalk-yooce']

    from χαλκος - chalkos χαλκος; a copper-worker or brazier:--coppersmith.SGD (5471) .2

    (5472) χαλκηδων, chalkedon [khal-kay-dohn']

    from χαλκος - chalkos χαλκος and perhaps ειδος - eidos ειδος; copper-like, i.e. "chalcedony":--chalcedony.SGD (5472) .2

    (5473) χαλκιον, chalkion [khal-kee'-on]

    diminutive from χαλκος - chalkos χαλκος; a copper dish:--brazen vessel.SGD (5473) .2

    (5474) χαλκολιβανον, chalkolibanon [khal-kol-ib'-an-on]

    neuter of a compound of χαλκος - chalkos χαλκος and λιβανος - libanos λιβανος (in the implied mean of whiteness or brilliancy); burnished copper, an alloy of copper (or gold) and silver having a brilliant lustre:--fine brass.SGD (5474) .2

    (5475) χαλκος, chalkos [khal-kos']

    perhaps from χαλαω - chalao χαλαω through the idea of hollowing out as a vessel (this metal being chiefly used for that purpose); copper (the substance, or some implement or coin made of it):--brass, money.SGD (5475) .2

    (5476) χαμαι, chamai [kham-ah'-ee]

    adverb perhaps from the base of χασμα - chasma χασμα through the idea of a fissure in the soil; earthward, i.e. prostrate:--on (to) the ground.SGD (5476) .2

    (5477) Χανααν, Chanaan [khan-ah-an']

    of Hebrew origin (Kna`an Kna`an); Chanaan (i.e. Kenaan), the early name of Palestine:--Chanaan.SGD (5477) .2

    (5478) Χανααναιος, Chanaanaios [khan-ah-an-ah'-yos]

    from Χανααν - Chanaan Χανααν; a Chanaanoean (i.e. Kenaanite), or native of gentile Palestine:--of Canaan.SGD (5478) .2

    (5479) χαρα, chara [khar-ah']

    from χαιρω - chairo χαιρω; cheerfulness, i.e. calm delight:--gladness, X greatly, (X be exceeding) joy(-ful, -fully, -fulness, -ous).SGD (5479) .2

    (5480) χαραγμα, charagma [khar'-ag-mah]

    from the same as χαραξ - charax χαραξ; a scratch or etching, i.e. stamp (as a badge of servitude), or scupltured figure (statue):--graven, mark.SGD (5480) .2

    (5481) χαρακτηρ, charakter [khar-ak-tare']

    from the same as χαραξ - charax χαραξ; a graver (the tool or the person), i.e. (by implication) engraving (("character"), the figure stamped, i.e. an exact copy or (figuratively) representation):--express image.SGD (5481) .2

    (5482) χαραξ, charax [khar'-ax]

    from charasso (to sharpen to a point; akin to γραφω - grapho γραφω through the idea of scratching); a stake, i.e. (by implication) a palisade or rampart (military mound for circumvallation in a siege):--trench.SGD (5482) .2

    (5483) χαριζομαι, charizomai [khar-id'-zom-ahee]

    middle voice from χαρις - charis χαρις; to grant as a favor, i.e. gratuitously, in kindness, pardon or rescue:--deliver, (frankly) forgive, (freely) give, grant.SGD (5483) .2

    (5484) χαριν, charin [khar'-in]

    accusative case of χαρις - charis χαρις as preposition; through favor of, i.e. on account of:--be-(for) cause of, for sake of, +...fore, X reproachfully.SGD (5484) .2

    (5485) χαρις, charis [khar'-ece]

    from χαιρω - chairo χαιρω; graciousness (as gratifying), of manner or act (abstract or concrete; literal, figurative or spiritual; especially the divine influence upon the heart, and its reflection in the life; including gratitude):--acceptable, benefit, favour, gift, grace(- ious), joy, liberality, pleasure, thank(-s, -worthy).SGD (5485) .2

    (5486) χαρισμα, charisma [khar'-is-mah]

    from χαριζομαι - charizomai χαριζομαι; a (divine) gratuity, i.e. deliverance (from danger or passion); (specially), a (spiritual) endowment, i.e. (subjectively) religious qualification, or (objectively) miraculous faculty:--(free) gift.SGD (5486) .2

    (5487) χαριτοω, charitoo [khar-ee-to'-o]

    from χαρις - charis χαρις; to grace, i.e. indue with special honor:--make accepted, be highly favoured.SGD (5487) .2

    (5488) Χαρρηαν, Charrhan [khar-hran']

    of Hebrew origin (Charan Charan); Charrhan (i.e. Charan), a place in Mesopotamia:--Charran.SGD (5488) .2

    (5489) χαρτης, chartes [khar'-tace]

    from the same as χαραξ - charax χαραξ; a sheet ("chart") of writing-material (as to be scribbled over):--paper.SGD (5489) .2

    (5490) χασμα, chasma [khas'-mah]

    from a form of an obsolete primary chao (to "gape" or "yawn"); a "chasm" or vacancy (impassable interval):--gulf.SGD (5490) .2

    (5491) χειλος, cheilos [khi'-los]

    from a form of the same as χασμα - chasma χασμα; a lip (as a pouring place); figuratively, a margin (of water):--lip, shore.SGD (5491) .2

    (5492) χειμαζω, cheimazo [khi-mad'-zo]

    from the same as χειμων - cheimon χειμων; to storm, i.e. (passively) to labor under a gale:--be tossed with tempest.SGD (5492) .2

    (5493) χειμαρρηος, cheimarrhos [khi'-mar-hros]

    from the base of χειμων - cheimon χειμων and ρεω - rheo ρεω; a storm-runlet, i.e. winter-torrent:--brook.SGD (5493) .2

    (5494) χειμων, cheimon [khi-mone']

    from a derivative of cheo (to pour; akin to the base of χασμα - chasma χασμα through the idea of a channel), meaning a storm (as pouring rain); by implication, the rainy season, i.e. winter:--tempest, foul weather, winter.SGD (5494) .2

    (5495) χειρ, cheir [khire]

    perhaps from the base of χειμων - cheimon χειμων in the sense of its congener the base of χασμα - chasma χασμα (through the idea of hollowness for grasping); the hand (literally or figuratively (power); especially (by Hebraism) a means or instrument):--hand.SGD (5495) .2

    (5496) χειραγωγεω, cheiragogeo [khi-rag-ogue-eh'-o]

    from χειραγωγος - cheiragogos χειραγωγος; to be a hand-leader, i.e. to guide (a blind person):--lead by the hand.SGD (5496) .2

    (5497) χειραγωγος, cheiragogos [khi-rag-o-gos']

    from χειρ - cheir χειρ and a reduplicated form of αγω - ago αγω; a hand-leader, i.e. personal conductor (of a blind person):--some to lead by the hand.SGD (5497) .2

    (5498) χειρογραφον, cheirographon [khi-rog'-raf-on]

    neuter of a compound of χειρ - cheir χειρ and γραφω - grapho γραφω; something hand-written ("chirograph"), i.e. a manuscript (specially, a legal document or bond (figuratively)):--handwriting.SGD (5498) .2

    (5499) χειροποιητος, cheiropoietos [khi-rop-oy'-ay-tos]

    from χειρ - cheir χειρ and a derivative of ποιεω - poieo ποιεω; manufactured, i.e. of human construction:--made by (make with) hands.SGD (5499) .2

    (5500) χειροτονεω, cheirotoneo [khi-rot-on-eh'-o]

    from a comparative of χειρ - cheir χειρ and teino (to stretch); to be a hand-reacher or voter (by raising the hand), i.e. (generally) to select or appoint:--choose, ordain.SGD (5500) .2

    (5501) χειρων, cheiron [khi'-rone]

    irregular comparative of κακος - kakos κακος; from an obsolete equivalent cheres (of uncertain derivation); more evil or aggravated (physically, mentally or morally):--sorer, worse.SGD (5501) .2

    (5502) χεροψβιμ, cheroubim [kher-oo-beem']

    plural of Hebrew origin (kruwb kruwb); "cherubim" (i.e. cherubs or kerubim):--cherubims.SGD (5502) .2

    (5503) χηρα, chera [khay'-rah]

    feminine of a presumed derivative apparently from the base of χασμα - chasma χασμα through the idea of deficiency; a widow (as lacking a husband), literally or figuratively:--widow.SGD (5503) .2

    (5504) χθες, chthes [khthes]

    of uncertain derivation; "yesterday"; by extension, in time past or hitherto:--yesterday.SGD (5504) .2

    (5505) χιλιας, chilias [khil-ee-as']

    from χιλιοι - chilioi χιλιοι; one thousand ("chiliad"):--thousand.SGD (5505) .2

    (5506) χιλιαρχος, chiliarchos [khil-ee'-ar-khos]

    from χιλιοι - chilioi χιλιοι and αρχω - archo αρχω; the commander of a thousand soldiers ("chiliarch"; i.e. colonel:--(chief, high) captain.SGD (5506) .2

    (5507) χιλιοι, chilioi [khil'-ee-oy]

    plural of uncertain affinity; a thousand:--thousand.SGD (5507) .2

    (5508) Χιος, Chios [khee'-os]

    of uncertain derivation; Chios, an island in the Mediterranean:--Chios.SGD (5508) .2

    (5509) χιτων, chiton [khee-tone']

    of foreign origin (kthoneth kthoneth); a tunic or shirt:--clothes, coat, garment.SGD (5509) .2

    (5510) χιων, chion [khee-one']

    perhaps akin to the base of χασμα - chasma χασμα (5465) or χειμων - cheimon χειμων (as descending or empty); snow:--snow.SGD (5510) .2

    (5511) χλαμψς, chlamus [khlam-ooce']

    of uncertain derivation; a military cloak:--robe.SGD (5511) .2

    (5512) χλεψαζω, chleuazo [khlyoo-ad'-zo]

    from a derivative probably of χειλος - cheilos χειλος; to throw out the lip, i.e. jeer at:--mock.SGD (5512) .2

    (5513) χλιαρος, chliaros [khlee-ar-os']

    from chlio (to warm); tepid:--lukewarm.SGD (5513) .2

    (5514) Χλοη, Chloe [khlo'-ay]

    feminine of apparently a primary word; "green"; Chloe, a Christian female:--Chloe.SGD (5514) .2

    (5515) χλωρος, chloros [khlo-ros']

    from the same as Χλοη - Chloe Χλοη; greenish, i.e. verdant, dun-colored:--green, pale.SGD (5515) .2

    (5516) χι ξι στιγμα, chi xi stigma [khee xee stig'-ma]

    the αγαμος - agamos αγαμοςnd, αγαθοεργεω - agathoergeo αγαθοεργεωth and an obsolete letter (4742 as a cross) of the Greek alphabet (intermediate between the Αββα - Abba Αββαth and Αβελ - Abel Αβελth), used as numbers; denoting respectively αποκαθιστημι - apokathistemi αποκαθιστημι, αγοραιος - agoraios αγοραιος and Αβελ - Abel Αβελ; αποψσια - apousia αποψσια as a numeral:--six hundred threescore and six.SGD (5516) .2

    (5517) χοικος, choikos [kho-ik-os']

    from χοος - choos χοος; dusty or dirty (soil-like), i.e. (by implication) terrene:--earthy.SGD (5517) .2

    (5518) χοινιξ, choinix [khoy'-nix]

    of uncertain derivation; a choenix or certain dry measure:--measure.SGD (5518) .2

    (5519) χοιρος, choiros [khoy'-ros]

    of uncertain derivation; a hog:--swine.SGD (5519) .2

    (5520) χολαω, cholao [khol-ah'-o]

    from χολη - chole χολη; to be bilious, i.e. (by implication) irritable (enraged, "choleric"):--be angry.SGD (5520) .2

    (5521) χολη, chole [khol-ay']

    feminine of an equivalent perhaps akin to the same as Χλοη - Chloe Χλοη (from the greenish hue); "gall" or bile, i.e. (by analogy) poison or an anodyne (wormwood, poppy, etc.):--gall.SGD (5521) .2

    (5522) χοος, choos [kho'-os]

    from the base of χειμων - cheimon χειμων; a heap (as poured out), i.e. rubbish; loose dirt:--dust.SGD (5522) .2

    (5523) Χοραζιν, Chorazin [khor-ad-zin']

    of uncertain derivation; Chorazin, a place in Palestine:--Chorazin.SGD (5523) .2

    (5524) χορηγεω, choregeo [khor-ayg-eh'-o]

    from a compound of χορος - choros χορος and αγω - ago αγω; to be a dance-leader, i.e. (generally) to furnish:--give, minister.SGD (5524) .2

    (5525) χορος, choros [khor-os']

    of uncertain derivation; a ring, i.e. round dance ("choir":--dancing.SGD (5525) .2

    (5526) χορταζω, chortazo [khor-tad'-zo]

    from χορτος - chortos χορτος; to fodder, i.e. (generally) to gorge (supply food in abundance):--feed, fill, satisfy.SGD (5526) .2

    (5527) χορτασμα, chortasma [khor'-tas-mah]

    from χορταζω - chortazo χορταζω; forage, i.e. food:--sustenance.SGD (5527) .2

    (5528) χορτος, chortos [khor'-tos]

    apparently a primary word; a "court" or "garden", i.e. (by implication, of pasture) herbage or vegetation:--blade, grass, hay.SGD (5528) .2

    (5529) Χοψζας, Chouzas [khood-zas']

    of uncertain origin; Chuzas, an officer of Herod:--Chuza.SGD (5529) .2

    (5530) χραομαι, chraomai [khrah'-om-ahee]

    middle voice of a primary verb (perhaps rather from χειρ - cheir χειρ, to handle); to furnish what is needed; (give an oracle, "graze" (touch slightly), light upon, etc.), i.e. (by implication) to employ or (by extension) to act towards one in a given manner:--entreat, use. Compare χραω - chrao χραω; χρη - chre χρη.SGD (5530) .2

    (5531) χραω, chrao [khrah'-o]

    probably the same as the base of χραομαι - chraomai χραομαι; to loan:--lend.SGD (5531) .2

    (5532) χρεια, chreia [khri'-ah]

    from the base of χραομαι - chraomai χραομαι or χρη - chre χρη; employment, i.e. an affair; also (by implication) occasion, demand, requirement or destitution:--business, lack, necessary(-ity), need(-ful), use, want.SGD (5532) .2

    (5533) χρεωφειλετης, chreopheiletes [khreh-o-fi-let'-ace]

    from a derivative of χραω - chrao χραω and οφειλετης - opheiletes οφειλετης; a loan-ower, i.e. indebted person:--debtor.SGD (5533) .2

    (5534) χρη, chre [khray]

    third person singular of the same as χραομαι - chraomai χραομαι or χραω - chrao χραω used impersonally; it needs (must or should) be:--ought.SGD (5534) .2

    (5535) χρηζω, chreizo [khrade'-zo]

    from χρεια - chreia χρεια; to make (i.e. have) necessity, i.e. be in want of:--(have) need.SGD (5535) .2

    (5536) χρημα, chrema [khray'-mah]

    something useful or needed, i.e. wealth, price:--money, riches.SGD (5536) .2

    (5537) χρηματιζω, chrematizo [khray-mat-id'-zo]

    from χρημα - chrema χρημα; to utter an oracle (compare the original sense of 5530), i.e. divinely intimate; by implication, (compare the secular sense of 5532) to constitute a firm for business, i.e. (generally) bear as a title:--be called, be admonished (warned) of God, reveal, speak.SGD (5537) .2

    (5538) χρηματισμος, chrematismos [khray-mat-is-mos']

    from χρηματιζω - chrematizo χρηματιζω; a divine response or revelation:--answer of God.SGD (5538) .2

    (5539) χρησιμος, chresimos [khray'-see-mos]

    from χρησις - chresis χρησις; serviceable:--profit.SGD (5539) .2

    (5540) χρησις, chresis [khray'-sis]

    from χραομαι - chraomai χραομαι; employment, i.e. (specially), sexual intercourse (as an occupation of the body):--use.SGD (5540) .2

    (5541) χρηστεψομαι, chresteuomai [khraste-yoo'-om-ahee]

    middle voice from χρηστος - chrestos χρηστος; to show oneself useful, i.e. act benevolently:--be kind.SGD (5541) .2

    (5542) χρηστολογια, chrestologia [khrase-tol-og-ee'-ah]

    from a compound of χρηστος - chrestos χρηστος and λεγω - lego λεγω; fair speech, i.e. plausibility:--good words.SGD (5542) .2

    (5543) χρηστος, chrestos [khrase-tos']

    from χραομαι - chraomai χραομαι; employed, i.e. (by implication) useful (in manner or morals):--better, easy, good(-ness), gracious, kind.SGD (5543) .2

    (5544) χρηστοτης, chrestotes [khray-stot'-ace]

    from χρηστος - chrestos χρηστος; usefulness, i.e. morally, excellence (in character or demeanor):--gentleness, good(-ness), kindness.SGD (5544) .2

    (5545) χρισμα, chrisma [khris'-mah]

    from χριω - chrio χριω; an unguent or smearing, i.e. (figuratively) the special endowment ("chrism") of the Holy Spirit:--anointing, unction.SGD (5545) .2

    (5546) Χριστιανος, Christianos [khris-tee-an-os']

    from Χριστος - Christos Χριστος; a Christian, i.e. follower of Christ:--Christian.SGD (5546) .2

    (5547) Χριστος, Christos [khris-tos']

    from χριω - chrio χριω; anointed, i.e. the Messiah, an epithet of Jesus:--Christ.SGD (5547) .2

    (5548) χριω, chrio [khree'-o]

    probably akin to χραομαι - chraomai χραομαι through the idea of contact; to smear or rub with oil, i.e. (by implication) to consecrate to an office or religious service:--anoint.SGD (5548) .2

    (5549) χρονιζω, chronizo [khron-id'-zo]

    from χρονος - chronos χρονος; to take time, i.e. linger:--delay, tarry.SGD (5549) .2

    (5550) χρονος, chronos [khron'-os]

    of uncertain derivation; a space of time (in general, and thus properly distinguished from καιρος - kairos καιρος, which designates a fixed or special occasion; and from αιων - aion αιων, which denotes a particular period) or interval; by extension, an individual opportunity; by implication, delay:--+ years old, season, space, (X often-)time(-s), (a) while.SGD (5550) .2

    (5551) χρονοτριβεω, chronotribeo [khron-ot-rib-eh'-o]

    from a presumed compound of χρονος - chronos χρονος and the base of τριβος - tribos τριβος; to be a time-wearer, i.e. to procrastinate (linger):--spend time.SGD (5551) .2

    (5552) χρψσεος, chruseos [khroo'-seh-os]

    from χρψσος - chrusos χρψσος; made of gold:--of gold, golden.SGD (5552) .2

    (5553) χρψσιον, chrusion [khroo-see'-on]

    diminutive of χρψσος - chrusos χρψσος; a golden article, i.e. gold plating, ornament, or coin:--gold.SGD (5553) .2

    (5554) χρψσοδακτψλιος, chrusodaktulios [khroo-sod-ak-too'-lee-os]

    from χρψσος - chrusos χρψσος and δακτψλιος - daktulios δακτψλιος; gold-ringed, i.e. wearing a golden finger-ring or similar jewelry:--with a gold ring.SGD (5554) .2

    (5555) χρψσολιθος, chrusolithos [khroo-sol'-ee-thos]

    from χρψσος - chrusos χρψσος and λιθος - lithos λιθος; gold-stone, i.e. a yellow gem ("chrysolite"):--chrysolite.SGD (5555) .2

    (5556) χρψσοπρασος, chrusoprasos [khroo-sop'-ras-os]

    from χρψσος - chrusos χρψσος and prason (a leek); a greenish-yellow gem ("chrysoprase"):--chrysoprase.SGD (5556) .2

    (5557) χρψσος, chrusos [khroo-sos']

    perhaps from the base of χραομαι - chraomai χραομαι (through the idea of the utility of the metal); gold; by extension, a golden article, as an ornament or coin:--gold.SGD (5557) .2

    (5558) χρψσοω, chrusoo [khroo-so'-o]

    from χρψσος - chrusos χρψσος; to gild, i.e. bespangle with golden ornaments:--deck.SGD (5558) .2

    (5559) χρως, chros [khroce]

    probably akin to the base of χραομαι - chraomai χραομαι through the idea of handling; the body (properly, its surface or skin):--body.SGD (5559) .2

    (5560) χωλος, cholos [kho-los']

    apparently a primary word; "halt", i.e. limping:--cripple, halt, lame.SGD (5560) .2

    (5561) χωρα, chora [kho'-rah]

    feminine of a derivative of the base of χασμα - chasma χασμα through the idea of empty expanse; room, i.e. a space of territory (more or less extensive; often including its inhabitants):--coast, county, fields, ground, land, region. Compare τοπος - topos τοπος.SGD (5561) .2

    (5562) χωρεω, choreo [kho-reh'-o]

    from χωρα - chora χωρα; to be in (give) space, i.e. (intransitively) to pass, enter, or (transitively) to hold, admit (literally or figuratively):--come, contain, go, have place, (can, be room to) receive.SGD (5562) .2

    (5563) χωριζω, chorizo [kho-rid'-zo]

    from χωρα - chora χωρα; to place room between, i.e. part; reflexively, to go away:--depart, put asunder, separate.SGD (5563) .2

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