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Deceive: 538. Deceived:Deceiveth: 538. Greek is, apatao. To deceive, to delude, as in to lead into error, trans. Eph.5:6. 1 Tim.2:14. James 1:26. Sept. for Heb. "Persuadeth" 2 K.18:32. Gen.3:13, "beguiled," Ex.22:16, "Entice."

Deceive: Deceived: 1818. Greek is, exapatao. f. intrens. To deceive wholly, to beguile, to seduce, as to lead out of the right way into error, trans. Rom.7:11, 16:18, "Deceive the heart." 1 Cor.3:18, "Let no man deceive himself." 2 Cor.11:3, "As the serpent beguiled Eve." 2 Thes.2:3.

Deceive: 4105. Deceived: Deceiveth: Deceiving: 4105. See Astray, 4105.
Deceive: 4106. See Delusion, 4106.
Deceiver: Deceivers: 4108. See Seducing, 4108.

Deceivers: 5423. Greek is, phrenapates. A mind-deceiver, as genr. a deceiver, Tit.1:10, "Vain talkers and deceivers." Not found in profane writers.

Deceiveth: 5422. Greek is, phrenapatao. f. To deceive the mind of any one, as genr. To deceive, trans. Gal,6:3, "He deceiveth himself." Not found in profane writers.

Deceiving: 3884. Greek is, paralogizomai. f. To misreckon. In N.T. pp. To deceive by false reasoning, and hence genr. to deceive to circumvent, c. acc. of persons, Col.2:4, "Any man should beguile you." James 1:22, "Deceiving your own selves." Sept. for Heb. 1 Sam.19:17, "Why hast thou deceived me."

Decently: 2156. Greek is, euschemonos. Adv. Becoming decorously, in a proper manner, Rom.13:13, "Let us walk honestly." 1 Cor.14:40, "Let all things be done decently." 1 Thes.4:12, "ye may walk honestly."

Decked: 5558. Greek is, chrusoo. pre. pass. To adorn with gold, to gild. Decked with gold. Rev.17:4. Rev.18:16. Of a woman ornamented with gold so profusely that she appears to be gilded. Sept. for Heb. Ex.36:32, "Bars."

Declaration: 1335. Greek is, diegesis. Narration, history, Luke 1:1, "A declaration of those things." Sept. for Heb. Judg.7:15, "The telling of the dream."

Declare: 312. Declared: 312. See Other, 312.
Declare: 518. See Tell, 518.
Declare: Declared: 1107. See Known, 1107.

Declare: Declared: 1213. Greek is, deloo. f. To make manifest, to make known, trans. and spoken.
   a. f. Of things past, to tell, to relate, 1 Cor.1:11, "It has been declared unto me." Col.1:8. Sept. for Heb. "Told it unto Esther," Esth.2:22.
   b. Of things future or hidden to reveal, to show, to bring to light, 1 Cor.3:13. Heb.9:8, "made manifest." 1 Pet.1:11, "Did signify." 2 Pet.1:14, "Hath shewed me." Sept. for Heb. "Revealed himself," 1 Sam.3:21. Ex.6:3, "I was not known."
   c. Of words, to imply, to signify, Heb.12:27, "Yet once more signifieth."

Declare: Declared: 1334. Greek is, diegeomai. f. Mid. pp. To lead or conduct through, to the end; Hence trop. To go through with, to recount, to tell, to declare, the whole of any thing; trans. or seq. Mark 5:16, "Told them." Mark 9:9, "That they should tell no man." Luke 8:39, 9:10. Acts 9:27, 12:17. Heb.11:32. Acts 8:33, "Who shall declare his generation," quoted from Isa.53:8, where Sept. for Heb. "Declare." Sept. for Heb. "Servant told Isaac." Gen.24:66. Josh.2:23.

Declare: Declaring: 1555. Greek is, ekdiegeomai. f. To tell out, to relate in full, trans. acts 13:41, "Though a man declare it unto you." Acts 15:3, "Declaring." Sept. for Heb. "Declare," Ez.12:16. Hab.1:5.

Declare, 1718. See Appear, 1718.

Declare: 1732. Greek is, endeixis. A pointing out, pp. with the finger. In N.T. trop.
   a. Manifestation, declaration, Rom.3:25-26, "To declare His righteousness."
   b. Indication, token, proof, as 2 Cor.8:24, "The proof of your love." Phil.1:28, "An evident token of perdition."

Declare: 2097. See Good, 2097-a-b-c.
Declare: Declaring: 2605. See Teach, 2605.
Declare: 3853. See Commandment, 3853.

Declare: 5419. Greek is, phrazo. f. To phrase it, as to say, to speak, to tell, to declare in words. In N.T. To tell, as to explain, to interpret, Matt.13:36, 15:15, "Declare unto us this parable." Sept. for Heb. "Cause me to understand," Job.6:24. Job.12:8, "Declare."

Declared: 394. Greek is, anatithemai. f. To place upon. To lay up, suspend, as a gift in a temple. Sept. for Heb. no devoted thing," Lev.27:28. 1 Sam.31:9, "To publish." In N.T. mid. aor. 2, to place before, as to declare to any one, to make known, trans. Acts 25:14, "Festus declared." Acts 15:14. Sept. Mic.7:5, "Doors of thy mouth,"

Declared: 1229. Greek is, diaggello. f. To announce throughout, as,
   a. every where, generally, to publish far and near, to proclaim, trans. Luke 9:60, "Go thou and preach." Pass. Rom.9:17, "Might be declared." Sept. for Heb. "Declared," Ex.9:16. Ps.2:7.
   b. Implying completeness, to announce fully, as to give exact and certain information of, trans. Acts 21:26, "Signify the accomplishment." Sept. for Heb. Josh.6:10.

Declared: Declaring: 1834. Greek is exegeomai. f. depon. Mid. To lead out, as to take the lead, be leader. In N.T. to lead or bring out, as to make known, to declare, trans.
   a. Genr. to tell, to narrate, to recount, Luke 24:35, "They told." Acts 10:8, "Declared all things." Acts 15:12-14, 21:19. Sept. for Heb. "Told," Judg.7:13.
   b. Of a teacher, to make known, to unfold, as to reveal, John 1:18, comp. with Matt.11:27.

Declared 2097. See Good, 2097-a.

Declared: 3724. Greek is, horizo. f. To bound, to make or set a boundary, Sept. for Heb. "Border," Josh.13:27. In N.T. and usually, to mark out definitely, as to determine, to appoint, to constitute, seq. acc. of thing, Heb.4:7, "He limiteth." Acts 17:26, "Determined." Part. perf. pass. determined, decreed, Luke 22:22. Acts 2:23, "Determinate counsel." Seq. acc. of person, as appointed to an office or station, Acts 17:31, "Whom he hath ordained." Pass. with a noun of office etc. in apposition to Acts 10:42, "Ordained of God." Comp. Phil.2:8. Eph.1:20. others here render,declared publicly set forth, against the usual loquendi. Seq. inf. Acts 11:29, "Determined to set."

Declared 5319. See Manifest, 5319.
Decrease: 1642. See Lower, 1642.
Decree: 398. See Discovered, 398.
Decree: Decrees:1378. See Ordinances, 1378.
Decreed: 2919. See Damned, 2919.
Dedicated: 1457. See Consecrated, 1457.

Dedication: 1456. Greek is, egkainia. pp. Initiation or dedication of something new, Sept. for Heb. Ezra 6:16. Neh.12:27. In N.T. a festival at the consecration of something new or renewed; and genr. the festival of dedication, John 10:22, "The feast of dedication." This festival was instituted by Judas Maccabaeus to commemorate the purification of the temple and the renewal of the temple worship, after the three years' profanation by Antiochus Epiphanes. It was held for eight days, commencing on the 25th day of the month of lislev, which began with the new moon of December.

Deed: Deeds: 2041. See Work, 2041.

Deed: 2108. Greek is, euergesia. A good deed, benefit, Acts 4:9, "Good deed done." Also genr. Well-doing, duties, as required by the gospel, 1 Tim.6:2, "Partakers of the benefit."

Deed: 4162. Greek is, poiesis. A making, In N.T. A doing, keeping of a law, James 1:25, "Blessed in his deeds," (what he does.)

Deed: Deeds: 4234. See Office, 4234.
Deeds: 1411. See Violence, 1411.
Deeds: 2735. See Worthy, 2735.

Deemed: 5282. Greek is, huponoeo. f. Lat. is suspicere, suspectare, as to suspect, to surmise. In N.T. as to conjecture, to suppose, to deem, c. acc. implied Acts 25:18, "Which I supposed." c. acc. inf. Acts 13:25, "Whom think ye that I am?" Acts 27:27, "The shipmen deemed that they drew near."

Deep: For Hebrew, the word is, "ta-ham." It is an abyss, hell, a deep unfathomable place, the depths of the sea.

Deep, or abyss, in Greek is, "abussos." It is without bottom, speaking either of the oceans, or the underworld. Scripture speaks of a bottomless pit. Tartarus, that part of the underworld, where the souls of the wicked were supposed to be confined, the regions of the dead, the place of punishment.

Deep: 12. Greek is abbussos. In Greek writers, deep, profound. Sept. for Heb. abyss, either of the ocean, Gen.1:2, "Darkness was upon the face of the deep." Gen.7:11, "The fountains of the great broken up." It can refer to the underworld, Ps.71:20, "Shalt bring me up again from the depths of of the earth." Ps.107:26, "They go down again to the depths." In the N.T., as a noun signifies, the place of the dead.
   a. General, Rom.10:7, "Who will descend into the deep? (that is, to bring up Christ again from the dead.)"
   b. Specifally. Tartarus, also, that part of the deep, in which the souls of the wicked are to be confined. Luke 8:31, "They = (devils) besought Him = (Jesus) that He would not command them to go out into the deep." Rev.9:1, "The bottomless pit." Rev.9:2-11, "They had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit." Rev.17:8, 20:1-3, "Cast him = (Satan) into the bottomless pit."       2 Pet.2:4, "If God spared not the angels that sinned, but cast them down to hell."

Deep: 899 Greek is, bathos. It means depth.
   a. Matt.13:5, "No deepness of earth," Mark 4:5,"No depth of earth," Rom.8:39, Eph.3:18. The deep waters of the sea, Luke 5:4. Sept. for Heb. Ez.27:34, "Depths of the waters," Isa.51:10, Heb. Zech.10:11, "Deeps of he river." Heb. Ez.31:14-18, "Neither parts of the earth."

   b. Metaph. For greatness, abundance, Rom.11:33, "O the depth of the riches." Sept. Prov.18:4. Deep abject poverty, 2 Cor.8:2. Also depths, deep things, the secret unrevealed purposes of any one, 1 Cor.2:10, Rev.2:24. Sept. for Heb. Ecc.7:24, "Exceeding deep."Comp. Ps.92:5, with Dan.2:22.

Deep: 900 Greek is, bathuno. To deepen, to make deep. Luke 6:48, "Digged deep," also, he dug deep. Ps.92:5.

Deep: 901 Greek is bathus. Deep, profound, John 4:11. Sept. for Heb. Job 11:8, "Deeper than hell." Prov.22:14, Metaph. Acts 20:9, "Deep sleep," Luke 24:1, "Early in the morning," Literally deep twilight, as in, earliest dawn, Mark 16:2, "Very early." So the deep things, secret purposes, Rev.2:24, "Depths of Satan."

Deep: 1037 Greek is, buthos. Depth, the deep, 2 Cor. 11:25, "Been in the deep." Sept. for Heb. Ex.15:5, "The depths." Ps.107:24.

Deep: 2532, See "And," 2532.
Deeply: 389. See Upside, 389.
Deepness: 899. See Deep, 899-a. Once, Matt.13:5.
Defamed: 987. See Blaspheme, 987. Once, 1 Cor:4:13.
Defence: 626. See Spake, 626.

Defence: 627. Greek is, apologia. A plea, defence, before a tribunal or elsewhere; Acts 22:1, "Hear ye my defence." 2 Tim.4:16, "My first answer." So genr. 2 Cor.7:11, "Clearing of yourself." Phil.1:7-17, "For the defence of the gospel." Seq. dat. of persons, against whom, 1 Cor.9:3. 1 Pet.3:15, " Acts 25:16, "To answer for myself."

Defended: 292. Greek is, amunomai. f. pp. To avert, to repel. Mid. to avert from one's self, to resist. In N.T. Mid, to aid, assist, defend. Acts 7:24, "He defended him." So Sept. c. accus. for Heb. deliver, Isa.29:16, "No intercessor."

Deferred: 306. Greek is, anaballomai. f. To put back, as to put off, defer. To take up, lift up, Sept. for Heb. Jer.13:20, "That come from the north." In N.T. Mid. in a forensic sense, to defer, to put off or over, trans. Acts 24:22, "He deferred them." Sept. for Heb. Ps.78:21, "Anger also came up against Israel."

Defile: 733. Abusers, 733. 
Defile: Defileth: 2840. See Unclean, 2840.

Defile: Defiled: 3392. Greek is, maiino. f. perf. pass. Tit.1:55, " perf. pass. 3ed person sing. Tit.1:15, "But unto them that are defiled and unbelieving is nothing pure; but even their mind and conscience is defiled." To stain, to pollute. In N.T. to defile, to pollute, trans.
   In the Levitical sense, John 18:28, "Lest they should be defiled." Sept. for Heb. Lev.5:3, 22:5-8, "He shall not eat to defile himself."
   b. In a moral sense, Jude 8, "Filthy dreamers defile the flesh." Pass. To be polluted, corrupt, Tit.1:15. Heb.12:15, "May be defiled."Defile: 5351. See Corrupt, 5351.

Defiled: Defileth: 2839. See Unholy, 2839.

Defiled: 3435. Greek is, moluno. f. To soil, to stain, to defile, Sept. for Heb. Gen.37:30, "Dipped the coat in the blood," In N.T. symbol. Rev.3:4, "Which have not defiled their garments." Rev.14:4.were not defiled by women." Metaph. 1 Cor.8:7,their conscience is defiled, as in blunted, weakened.

Defileth: 4695. See Spotted, 4695.
Defraud: Defrauded: 650. See Kept, 650.
Defraud: 4122. See Gain, 4122.
Degree: 398. See Discovered, 398.  

Degree: 5011. Greek is, tapeinos. Low, not high, pp. Of things, place. In N.T. Trop.
   a. Of condition, lot, low, humble, poor, of low degree. Luke 1:52, "Of low degree." James 1:9, "Let the brother of low degree rejoice." Sept. Job.12:21. 1 Sam.18:23.
   b. Of the mind, lowly, humble, modest, including the idea of affliction, depression of mind, 2 Cor. 10:1, "Who in presence am base among you" as in timid, modest. Rom.12:16, "Condescend (associate with the humble) to men of low estate." Elsewhere with the accessory idea of lowly piety towards God, James 4:6. 1 Pet.5:5, "Giveth grace to the humble," quoted from Prov.3:34, where Sept. for Heb. "Lowly." 2 Cor.7:6, "Those that are cast down" Matt.11:29, "Lowly of heart." Sept. for Heb. "Meek," Isa.11:4. Ps.18:28, "Bring down." Isa.66:2, "Contrite spirit." Ps.34:19.

Delay: 311. Greek is, anabole. Earth thrown up. In N.T. Delay, putting over, in a forensic sense, Acts 25:17, "Without any delay."

Delay: 3635. Greek is, okneo. f. Slowness, tardiness, to be slow, tardy, to delay, intrans. c. inf. Acts 9:38, "He would not delay." Sept. for Heb. "Be not slothful to go," Judg.18:9. Num.22:16, "Let nothing --- hinder thee."

Delayeth: 5549. See tarried, 5549.

Delicacies: 4764. Greek is, strenos. Latin, "strenuus, vehement, rude. pp. Rudeness, insolence, pride, and hence revel, riot, luxury. Rev.18:3, "Waxed rich through the abundance of her delicacies." as from the abundance, vastness of her luxury and proud voluptuousness. Sept. for Heb. Pride, arrogance, "Thy tumult is come up into mine ears," 2 K.19:28. A word of the later Greek.

Delicately: 5172. Greek is, truphe. To break, delicate living, luxury, as breaking down the mind and making effeminate (suited to women.) Luke 7:25, "Live delicately." 2 Pet2:13, "To riot in the day time." Sept. for Heb. Prov.19:10, "Delight."

Deliciously: 4763. Greek is, strepho. pp. "To live strenuously, rudely," as in English, "To live hard," as to revel, to run riot, to live luxuriously, intrans. Rev.18:7-9, "Lived deliciously." Found only in late Greek writers. 

Delight: 4913. Greek is, sunedomai. To joy or rejoice with any one, c. dat. In N.T. c. dat of thing, to delight in any thing with others; Rom.7:22, "I delight in the law of God," as I am one of those who delight in the law, etc. Others, to delight in altogether, wholly

Deliver: Delivered: 525. See Departed, 525.
Deliver: Delivered: 1325. See Brought, 1325

Deliver: 1807. Delivered:Delivering: 1807. Greek is, exaireo. To take up out of any place, to lift up from. In N.T. to take away out of or from to remove, trans. and seq. "Out of," or from among, c. gen. 1 Cor.5:13, "Put away from yourselves that wicked person," as to expel, to excommunicate. So 1 Cor. 5:2 in K.J.V. Sept. for Heb. Deut.19:19, "Put the evil away," Judg.20:13, "Put away," Josh.7:13, "Take away," Ez.14:8, "Cut off."

Deliver: 3860. Delivered:Deliveredst:Delivering: 3860. Greek is, paradidomi. To give near, with, to any one, to give over, to deliver over or up, into the possession or power of any one, trans.
   a. Spoken of persons delivered over with evil intent into the power or authority of others, as to magistrates for trial, condemnation, seq. acc. dat. Matt.5:25, "Lest at any time the adversary deliver thee to the judge." Mark 15:1,"Delivered him to Pilate." Luke 20:20. John 19:11. c. dat. implied Matt. 27:18. Acts 13:13. To a Roman officer = (lictors) or soldiers for punishment or prison. Matt.5:25, "The judge deliver thee to the officer." Matt.18:34, "Delivered him to the tormentors." Matt.20:19. Luke 18:32, as in the Roman soldier. Acts 12:4. C. "in," final, Matt.20:19. Seq. acc. c. "to," final, Luke 24:20, "The chief priests and our rulers delivered him to be condemned," as to be punished with death. C. "That," Matt.27:26, "Scourged Jesus, he delivered him." Mark 15:15. So in gen. to the power and pleasure of one's enemies; c. accus. dat. Matt.26:15, "I will deliver Him unto you?" Luke 23:25. Mark 10:33. 1 Tim.1:20. Seq. acc. simpl. Matt. 10:4, "Judas Iscariot, who also betrayed Him." Matt.
24:10. Mark 3:19, 14:11. Luke 22:21. Pass.Matt.4:12. Mark 1:14. Instead of dat. seq. to sanhedrims, into, as before councils, Matt.10:17. Luke 21:12. Also c. "Into the hands," as in power of any one, Matt.17:22. Mark 14:41. Luke 24:7. Acts 21:11. With "to," final, Matt.24:9, 26:2, "The son of man is betrayed to be crucified." Acts 8:3, "Committed them to prison." Mark 13:12. 2 Cor.4:11, "To death," and so with, "Unto death," implied wherever the reference is to the death of Jesus, Rom.4:25, 8:32.    1 Cor.11:23; also where Jesus is said, "Gave himself for me," Gal.2:20. Eph.5:2-25. Once genr. 1 Cor. 5:5, "To deliver."

   b. Of persons or things delivered over to do or suffer any thing, in the general sense to give up or over, to surrender, to permit, c. acc. Acts 15:26, "Men that have hazarded their lives," men who have given up as to jeoparded their lives. C. acc. "that," 1 Cor.13:3, "I give my body to be burned." Sept. for Chald. "Delivered," Dan.3:28. So of persons given over to follow their passions etc. C. acc. dat. of thing, Eph.4:19, "Have given themselves over unto lasciviousness." C. acc. infin. Acts 7:42. Seq. acc. "Into any thing," as into the power or practice of it, Rom.1:24-26-28.
   c. Of persons and things delivered over to the charge, care, kindness of any one, in the general sense to give up, to commit, to entrust, genr. c. acc. dat. Matt.11:27, "All things are delivered unto me of my Father." Matt.25:14 Luke 4:6, 10:22. Acts 27:1, "They delivered Paul -- unto -- a centurion." 1 Pet.2:23. 2 Pet.2:4. So, "To commit or commend to the favor of God,"Acts 14:26, 15:40, "Recommended by the brethren unto the grace of God." To give up the ghost, John 19:30, comp. Ps.31:5, "Into thine hand I commit my spirit." Ecc.
12:7, "Return to." Also in the sense to give back, to deliver up, to render up, 1 Cor.15:24.

   d. Of things delivered orally or by writing, as to deliver, to declare, to teach, trans. Mark 7:13. Luke 1:2. Acts 6:14, "The customs which Moses delivered us." Acts 16:4. 1 Cor.11:2-23, "Which also I delivered unto you." 1 Cor.15:3. 2 Pet.2:21. Jude 3. Pass. Rom.6:17, "Which was delivered you," for, "Fo which ye were delivered."
   e. Intrans. or c. "Himself," implied. To deliver up oneself, to yield oneself, as the harvest presents itself for the sickle, Mark 4:29, "When the fruit is brought forth."

Deliver: Delivered: 4506. Greek is, rhuomai. depon. Mid. pp. To draw or snatch to oneself; Hence genr. To draw or snatch from danger, as to rescue, to deliver; Aor. 1. "Hebrew sense, Luke 1:74, "We being delivered out." As in seq. acc. simply, Matt.27:43, "Let Him deliver Him now." 2 Pet.2:7. Absol. Rom. 11:26, "Out of Sion the Deliverer," the deliver, quoted form Isa.59:20, where Sept. for Heb. "Redeemer." Sept. genr. for Heb. "Redeemed," Isa.48:20. Heb. Ex.2:19, "Delivered." Isa.5:29. With an adjunct from whence as seq. "From," c. gen. Matt.6:13, "Deliver us from evil." Luke 11:4. Rom.15:31. 1 Thes.1:10. 2 Thes.3:2. 2 Tim.4:18. Sept. for Heb. "Delivered," 2 Sam.19:9. Prov.11:4. Ez.37:23, "I will save them." Rom.7:24, "Who shall deliver me?" 2 Cor.1:10. Col.1:13. 2 Tim.3:11. 2 Pet.2:9. Pass. Luke 1:74. 2 Tim.4:17. Sept. for Heb. "Redeemed," Gen.48:16. Judg.8:34. 2 Sam.22:49.

Deliver: 4506. See Delivered, 4506.
Deliver: Delivered: 5483. See Granted, 5483.
Deliverance: 629. See Redemption, 629.
Deliverance: 859. See Forgiveness, 859.

Delivered: 325. Greek is, anadidomi. To give, to hand up. To shoot up, to yield, spoken of the earth yielding plants. In N.T. To give up or over, to deliver, trans. Acts 23:33, "Delivered the epistle."

Delivered: 591. See Give, 591.
Delivered: 1080. See Begat, 1080.

Delivered: 1560. Greek is, ekdotos. Adj. Delivered out or up, Acts 2:23, "Delivered by the determined counsel."

Delivered: 1659. Greek is, eleutheroo. f. To free, to set at liberty, trans. pp. In N.T. metaph. To make free, from the power and punishment of sin, John 8:32-36, "Make you free." seq. "from," c. gen. Rom. 6:18-22, "From the yoke of the Mosaic law,Gal.5:1, or of its condemnation, seq. "from" Rom.8:2, "Made me free." From a state of calamity and death, Rom.8:21, "Shall be delivered."

Deliverer: 3086. Greek is, lutrotes. A redeemer, deliverer, Acts 7:35, "A deliverer." Sept. for Heb. Ps.19:14, 78:35, "My Redeemer."

Deliverer: 4506.

Delusion: 4106. Greek is,"plane." In N.T. only trop. error, as in,
   a. genr. delusion, false judgment or opinion, 1 Thes.2:3, "For our exhortation was not of deceit."    2 Thes. 2:11, "God shall send them strong delusion." Jer.23:17.
   b. Active. Deceit, fraud, seduction to error and sin. Eph.4:14, "They lie in wait to deceive." 2 Pet.3:17, "Being led away by the error = (delusion) of the wicked." 1 John 4:6, "Hereby know we the spirit of truth, and the spirit of error," as in a deceiving spirit, a teacher who seeks to seduce. So a deception, fraud, Matt.27:64, "The last error shall be worse than the first."
   c. Of conduct, perverseness, wickedness, sin, Rom.1:27, "Receiving in themselves that recompence = (penalty) of their error which was meet = (due.)" James 5:20. 2 Pet. 2:18, "Them who live in error." Jude 11. Ez.33:9.

Demanded: 1905. See Questioned, 1905.
Demanded: 4441. See Enquired, 4441.
Demas: 1214.
Demetrius: 1216.

Demonstration: 585. Greek is, apodeixis. Manifestation, demonstration, proof, 1 Cor.2:4, "In demonstration of the Spirit and of power."

Den: Dens: 4693. Greek is, spelaion. A cave, cavern, den. Latin is spelunca, Matt.21:13, "Den of thieves" Mark 11:17. Luke 19:46. John 11:38, "It was a cave." Heb.11:38. Rev.6:15. Sept. for Heb. Gen.19:30, "Cave." Josh.10:16-17. 

Denied: Deny: 533. Greek is, aparneomai. f. depon. fut. 1 pass. In passive sense, Luke 12:9, "Shall be denied before the angels of God." To abnegate, to deny, seq. infin. Luke 22:34. Hence spoken of persons, to deny, as to disown, to abjure, trans.
   a. Of Christ and his religion, Matt.26:34-35-75, "Thou shalt deny me thrice." Mark 14:30-31-72. Luke 22:61. John 13:38. Of persons denied by Christ, Luke 12:9. Sept. for Heb. Isa.31:7, "The children of Israel have deeply revolted."
   b. Seq. To deny one's self, to disregard all personal interests and enjoyments, Matt.16:24. Mark 8:34, "Whosoever will come after me, let him deny himself." Luke 9:23. Compare with, Phil.3:7-8.

Denied: 720. Denieth:Deny:Denying: 720. See Refuse, 720.
Deny: 483. See Spoken, 483.
Depart: Departed: 321. See Brought, 321-b.
Depart: 360. See Return, 360.
Depart: Departed: 565. See Passed, 565.

Depart: Departed: 630. Greek is, apoluo. To let loose from, to loosen, to unbind, etc. Trans. and seq. gen of person or thing, In N.T. trop.
   a. To free from, to relieve from, seq. gen. Luke 13:12, "Woman, thou art loosed from thine infirmity."
   b. To release, to let go free, to set at liberty, trans. as a debtor, Matt.18:27. Or persons accused or in prison etc. Matt.27:15, "To release unto the people." Mark 15:6. Luke 22:68, "Not let me go." John 19:10. Acts 4:21, 26:32, "Set at liberty." Acts 28:18, "Let me go." Metaph. To overlook, to forgive, Luke 6:37, "Forgive, and ye shall be forgiven."
   c. Spoken of a wife, to let go free, as in to put away, to divorce, trans. Matt.1:19, "To put her away." Matt. 5:31-32, 19:3, "Put away." So of a husband, Mark 10:12.
   d. To dismiss, simply, as in to let go, to send away,trans. As Matt.14:15-22-23, "Sent the multitudes away." Matt. 15:32-39. Luke 9:12. Or of other persons, Matt.15:23. Luke 8:38, 14:4, "Let him go." Acts 13:3, 15:30, "When they were dismissed." Acts 23:22. To dismiss the assembly, Acts 19:41. Sept. for Heb. "Drove him away, and he departed." Ps.34:1. So Mid, to depart, to go away, Acts 15:33, 28:25. Sept. for Heb. Ex.33:11, "Departed not."
   e. To dismiss from life, to let depart or die, trans. Luke 2:29, Sept. for Heb. Num.20:29, "Aaron died there."

Depart: 672. Departeth: Departing: 672. Greek is, apochoreo. To depart from, to go away, intrans.seq. "from" c. gen. Matt.7:23, "Depart from me." (coll. Ps.6:8) Luke 9:39. Acts 13:13. Sept. for Heb. "Turned away back." Jer.46:5.

Depart: 868. Departed: Departing: 868. Greek is, aphixis.
   a. Trans. In the Act. pres. imperf. fut. and aor.1; pp. To place away from, to separate, as to remove, to cause to depart, Sept. for Heb. "Removed him," 1 Sam.18:13. Isa.59:11, "Far off." In N.T. To lead away, to seduce, a people from their allegiance, Acts 5:37, "Drew away much people," he seduced the people to follow him. Sept. for Heb. "Turn away," Deut.7:4. Deut.13:10, "Thrust thee away."
   b. Intrans. in the Act. perf. pluperf. aor. 2, and in Mid. To separate one's self, as in to depart.
   b-1. Genr. To go away from, to leave, c. c. "from," seq. gen. Luke 2:37, 4:13. Acts 12:10. 19:9. Luke 13:27, "Depart from me all ye workers of iniquity," quoted from Ps.6:8, where Sept. for Heb. "Depart," coll. Matt.7:23, "Where it is in the Greek, "Depart ye," Sept. for Heb. "Departed," Num.12:9. 1 Sam.18:12. In the sense of to forsake, to desert, Acts 15:38. So Sept. for Heb. "Depart," Jer.6:8. Ez.23:17-18, "Alienated from." In the sense of to withdraw from, to avoid, 1 Tim.6:5, "Withdraw thyself." 2 Tim.2:19, "Depart from iniquity." So Sept. for Heb. "Depart ye," Lam.4:15.

Depart: Departed: 1607. See Proceed, 1607.

Depart: 1633. Greek is, ekchoreo. f. To depart out of a place, to go away, to flee out, Luke 21:21, "Depart out." Sept. for Heb. Amos 7:12, "Flee thee away."

Depart: Departed: 1826. Greek is, exeimi. To be. To go out of a place, intrans. seq. "From." Acts 13:42, "Gone out," as out of the water. In the sense of to go away, to depart out of a place, absol. Acts 17:15, 20:7, "To depart."

Depart: 1831. Departed:Departing: 1831. See Came, 1831.
Depart: Departed: 3327. See Remove, 3327.

Depart: Departed: 4198. Greek is, poreuomal. f. A passing, passage, to cause to pass over by land or water, to transport. More often in N.T. only depon. Mid. f. aor. 1 pass as Mid. pp. To transport oneself, to betake oneself, as to pass from one place to another, intrans.
   a. pp. To pass to go implying motion from the place where one is, and hence often as to pass on, to go away, to depart: found chiefly in Matt. Luke, John, and Acts. As absol. Matt.2:9, "They had heard the king, they departed." Mark 16:10, "She went." Luke 4:30. Acts 5:20, "Go." 1 Cor.10:27. Once c. acc. Acts 8:39, "The eunuch -- went on his way." Seq. inf. of object, Luke 2:3, "All went to be taxed." John 14:2, "I go." Usually with an adjunct. of place whence or whither; as with a Preposition and its case; "from," c. gen. Matt.24:1, "Jesus -- departed from the temple." Luke 4:42. Acts 5:41."Through," Matt.12:1, "Through the corn." -"into," c. acc. of place, Matt.2:20, "Go into the land." Mark 16:15, "Go into all the world." Luke 4:42. Also c. acc. of state or condition, Luke 22:33, "To death." Luke 7:50, "go in peace." c. gen. Of persons, John 10:4, "He goeth before" c. dat. of state or manner, Acts 16:36, "in," c. acc. of place Matt.22:9, "Go ye therefore into the highways." Acts 8:26, 9:11. c. acc. of persons Acts 25:12; also c. acc. of thing sought, object Luke 15:4, "And go after that which is lost." c. gen of place, Acts 23:23, "Go to Caes-a-res." "Towards," c. acc. of place towards which, Acts 8:26; of way along which, Acts 8:36. "After," c. gen of persons, by Heb. to go after any one, to follow, Luke 21:8. Sept. for Heb. "Followed," Judg.2:12. 1 Sam.6:12. "But go," c. acc. of persons Matt.10:6, "Go rather to the lost sheep." Luke 11:5. Acts 27:3. Sept. for Heb. Gen.26:26, "Went." - "with," c. dat. of persons Luke 7:6, "Jesus went with them." So with Adverbs: Matt.19:15, "Departed thence." Luke 13:31, "Get thee out." Luke 24: 28, "Whither they went." John 7:35. By a sort of pleonasm, "Having gone," is often prefixed, especially in the participle, to verbs which already imply the idea of going, in order to render the expression more fully and complete; So Part. Matt.2:8, "Go and search diligently" Matt.9:13, 10:7, "As ye go." Luke 7:22, 14:10, 22:8. 1 Pet.3:19, "He went and preached unto the spirits in prison." Imperative, Luke 10:37, "Go, and do thou likewise." Sept. and Heb. "Go and wash," 2 K.5:10, 1 K.9:6, "Go and serve." Jos. Ant.7.13:1,
   b. By impl. To depart this life, as to die, Luke 22:22. So Heb. "I go childless," Gen.15:2. Ps.39:13, "I go hence."
   c. Genr. To go, to walk. In N.T. only trop. and from the Heb. to walk, as to live, to conduct oneself, joined with an adjunct of manner. As c. data of rule or manner, Acts 9:31, "Walking in the fear of the Lord." Acts 14:16, "To walk." Jude 11, "Gone in the way of Cain." So with a preposition and its case: "in," c. dat. of rule or manner, Luke 1:6, "Walking in all the commandments." 1 Pet.4:3. 2 Pet.2:10. Sept. for Heb. "To walk in his statutes." 1 K.8:61. Prov.28:6. Greek is, "According," or, "Walking after," c. acc. of rule or manner, 2 Pet.3:3, "Scoffers, walking after their own lusts." Jude verses 16-18. Sept. Num.24:1. "After" c. gen. Of rule or manner, 2 Pet.2:10, "Walk after the flesh." comp. above in a. "under," c. gen. under or among, Luke 8:14, "Go forth, and are choked with cares and riches" Absol. Luke 13:33, "I must walk = (Journey," as in to walk, to act, to fulfil my duties.

Depart: Departing: 5217. Greek is, hupago. f. To lead or bring under, as horses under a yoke, To bring under a tribunal, as before a judge on his elevated seat, to arraign, to accuse. To bring under one's power or will, to subdue. To lead or bring down. To lead or bring away under, as from under any thing. In N.T. and later usage intrans. or c. implied, to go away, pp. under cover, out of sight, strictly with the idea of stealth, stillness, without noise or notice.
   a. pp. To go away, to depart, to withdraw oneself, so as to be under cover, out of sight. Absol. of persons, Mark 6:31, "Coming and going." with ver.33, "The people saw them departing." John 18:8, "Go they way." Trop. Of persons withdrawing themselves from a teacher or party, John 6:67, 12:11, "The Jews went away." Imperat. Go thy way, depart, as a word of dismissal, Matt.8:13-32, 20:14. Mark 7:29, 10:52. Luke 10:3. Once infin. John 11:44. So Mark 5:34, "Go in peace." James 2:16, "Depart in peace." As expressing aversion, as get thee hence, begone, Matt.4:10, "Get thee hence," elsewhere Matt.16:23, "Get thee behind me." Mark 8:33. Luke 4:8. Seq. "to, or at," local, Matt.9:6, "Go into thy house." Mark 2:11, 5:19. Trop. Rev.13:10, "Go into." Rev.17:8-11, "Goeth into perdition." Seq. "with," c. acc. as John 7:33, 13:3, 16:5-10-16-17. c. "with," impl. John 8:21, "I go my way." John 14:28, In a like sense seq. "whither," John 8:14, 13:36, 14:5, 16:5. "Where, Whither," John 8:21-22, 13:33-36, 14:4. Once of the wind, c. "Where," John 3:8. Trop. and absol. as to depart this life, to die, Matt.26:24. Mark 14:21.
   b. Genr. as to go, to go away to a place etc. c. "to, or at," local, Matt.26:18. Mark 11:2, 14:13. Luke 19:30. Matt.20:4-7, "Go ye also." John 7:3, 9:11, "Go to." John 11:31, 6:21, "Whither they went," so by ship. Seq. Matt.5:41, "Go with him." Luke 12:58. c. "Thither," John 11:8. c. "That," John 12:35.     1 John 2:11. Rev.14:4, "Whatsoever." c. inf. final, John 21:3, "They went forth." Absol. John 4:16, 9:7, coll. with ver.11. Luke 8:42, 17:14. By a species of plenasm, "Depart," is often prefixed, espec. in the imperative, to verbs which already imply motion or action, in order to render the expression more full and complete. John 15:16, "Should go." Matt.13:44. Imperat. Matt.5:24, "Go thy way." Matt.8:4, 18:15, 19:21, 21:28, 27:65, 28:10. Mark 1:44, 6:38, 10:21, 16:7. Rev.10:8, 16:1, "Go your way."

Depart: Departed: 5562. See Seperate, 5562.

Departed: 402. Greek is, anachoreo. To go back, to recede, spoken of those who flee, Sept. for Heb. "Flee," Jer.4:29. Judg.4:17, "Fled away." In N.T. simply to go away, to depart, as in to go from one place to another.   
   a. Genr. Matt.2:12-13-14-22, "He turned aside into -- Galilee." Matt.4:12, 12:15, "he withdrew himself." Matt. 14:13, 15:21, 27:5. Mark 3:7. John 6:15.

   b. In the sense of to withdraw, to retire, for privacy, etc. Acts 23:19, "went aside." Acts 26:31, "They were gone aside." Matt.9:24, "Give place," as in withdraw.

Departed: 525. Greek is, apallasso. To remove from, trans. Sept. for Heb. "Away from," Job 9:34, 27:5, "Remove." Jer. 32:31. Therefore in N.T.
   a. Mid. "To remove one's self from," or intrans. "To depart, to leave c. Acts 19:12, "A man named Anani as coming in." So Action intrans. Sept. Ex.19:22.
   b. By impl. to free, to set free, to dismiss, trans. seq. "From," Luke 12:58, "That thou mayest be delivered from," to be set free, let go, from thy opponent, creditor, etc. by private adjustment. Metaph. Heb.2:15, "Deliver them who."

Departed: 565. See Passed, 565.

Departed: 673. Greek is, apochorizo. To separate off, as to designate, to appoint, Sept. participial for Heb. Ez.43:21. In N.T. To separate, to disjoin, Pass. Rev.6:14, "The heaven departed as a scroll," the heavens, as in the firmament. Gen.1:6, as in under and above the firmament. They were separated, rent, and the parts rolled away as a scroll; Comp. Isa.34:4, where Heb. is, "Rolled together." Mis. To separate one's self, Acts 15:39, "They departed asunder one from the other," they separated form one another.

Departed, 863. See Put, 863.
Departed: 1330. See Gone, 1330.

Departed: 2718. Greek is, katerchomai. To go or come down, to descend, as of persons going from a higher to a lower region of country, to the sea-coast, etc. seq. "To," c. acc. of place, Luke 4:31, "Came down to Capernaum." Acts 8:5, "Went down to." Acts 13:4, "Departed into." Seq. "from" c. gen. of place Luke 9:37, "Come down." Acts 15:1, 18:5, "Were come." Acts 21:10. Seq. "To," "From," Acts 11:27, 12:19. Seq. "With," c. acc. of persons, Acts 9:32. Of persons coming from the high sea down to land, seq. "To," Acts 18:22, 27:5. Trop. Of divine gifts James 3:15, "This wisdom descendeth not from above."

Departed: 3332. Greek is, metairo. f. pp. To lift away, to take away, from one place to another. Sept. for Heb. Heb. 2 K.25:11. In N.T. intrans. or c. implied, to take oneself away, as to go away, to depart, Matt.13:53, "He departed thence." Matt.19:1. Gen.12:8, "He removed from thence."

Departed: 3855. See Past, 3855.

Departed: 5563. Greek is, chorizo. f. To put apart, to separate, to sunder, trans.
   a. Action. Matt.19:6, "Put asunder." Mark 10:9. Seq. "From," c. gen. From any thing, Rom.8:35, "Who shall separate us from the love of Christ," with ver.39. Pass. Heb.7:26.
   b. To separate oneself, to depart, as from a person, c. "From," 1 Cor.7:10, "Let not the wife depart from her husband." Absol. 1 Cor.7:11-15. Philem.15. Of a wife, Genr. Sept. for Heb. "The seed of Israel separated themselves," Neh.9:2. From a place, as to go away, to depart, c. "From," Acts 1:4, "They should not depart." c. "Of," Acts 18:1, "Paul departed from Athens," with ver.2.

Departing: 867. Greek is, appohero. N.T. Departure, Acts 20:29, "After my departing."

Departing: 1841. See Decease, 1841.

Departure: 359. Greek is, anaiusis. pp. Resolution, dissolving; a;so departure, as from a banquet. In N.T. departure, as from life, 2 Tim.4:6, "My departure is at hand," coll. with Phl.1:23, "Having a desire to depart."

Depth: Depths: 899. See Deep, 899-b.

Deputies: Deputy: 446. Greek is, anthupatos. A proconsul Acts 13:7-8-12, "Then the deputy --." Acts19:38, "Deputies." For the rank and authority of proconsuls. Cyprus was originally a pretorian province, and not proconsular; but was left by Augustus under the senate, and hence was governed by a proconsul.

Derbe: 1191.

Derided: 1592. Greek is, ekmukterizo. f. "from," intrens. and to turn up the nose at, to scorn, to deride out and out, to scoff at, trans. Luke 16:14, 23:35, "The rulers -- derided him." Sept. for Heb. Ps. 2:4, "The Lord shall have them in derision." 22:7, "Laugh me to scorn."

Descend: 2597. Decended:Descending: 2597. See Falling, 2597.
Descendeth: 2718. See Departed, 2718.
Describeth: 1125. See Write, 1125.
Describeth: 3004. See Spake, 3004.  
Descent: 35, See Without, 35.
Desert: Deserts: 2048. See Desolate, 2048.

Deserts: 2047. Greek is, eremia. A solitude, desert, an uninhabited and uncultivated tract of country, Matt.15:33, "In the wilderness." Mark 8:4. 2 Cor.11:26. Heb.11:38, "They wandered in deserts." Sept. for Heb. "Lay thy cities waste," Ez.35:4.

Desire: 154. Desired:Desiring: 154. Greek is, aiteo. To ask, usually with accus. of person or thing or of both. Also with accus. of thing and, "From," c. gen. of persons. Matt.20:20, "Desiring a certain thing." James 1:5, "Let him ask of God." Sept. Deut.10:12, "Require."Dan.2:49, "requested."
   a. Genr. Matt.5:42, "Asketh," Matt.7:9-10. Mark 6:22-25. Luke 11:9-13. 1 John 5:14-16. Sept. for Heb. "Ask," Josh.15:18, 19:50. Spoken in respect to God, to supplicate, to pray for, Matt.6:8, 7:11, 18:19. James 1:5-6. The case of, "God," being omitted, Matt.7:7-8, "Every one that asketh receiveth." Col.1:9, "To desire," James 4:2-3. Sept. for Heb. "Ask," Isa. 7:11-12.
   b. To ask or call for, to require, to demand, Luke 1:63, 12:48, 23:23, "Requiring that." Acts 3:14. 25:15. 1 Pet. 3:15. So Sept. for Heb. "Say," Job 6:22. for Chald. Dan.2:49, "Requested."
   c. By Hebraism, to desire, Acts 7:46. Sept. for Heb. "Requested," 1 K.19:4. Ecc.2:10, "Desired." So Deut.14:26, "Desireth," where Sept. "Wished," Jonah 4:8.

Desire: 515. Greek is, axioo. f. To regard as deserving, to hold worthy of.
   a. pp. c. accus. genr. 2 Thes.1:11, "Count you worthy." Pass. c. gen. 1 Tim.5:17. Heb.3:3, 10:29. Seq. infin. aor. Luke 7:7.
   b. To regard as suitable, to deem proper, to think good, seq. infin. aor. Acts 15:38, "Went not with them." Acts 28:22, "We desire." To desire, to wish, etc. as Sept. and Heb. Dan.1:8. "Requested," for chald. "Desired," Dan.2:16-23.

Desire: Desired: 1934. See Seek, 1934.
Desire: Desireth: 1937. See Covet, 1937.
Desire: Desired: 1939. See Lust, 1939.
Desire: Desiring: 1971. See Lusteth, 1971.

Desire: 1972. Greek is, epipothesis. Earnest desire, strong affection, 2 Cor.7:7, "Your earnest desire." 2 Cor.7:11, "What vehement desire."

Desire: 1974. See Great, 1974.
Desire: 2065. Desired:Desireth: 2065. See Asked, 2065.
Desire: 2107. See Good,2107-a.
Desire: 2206. See Covet, 2206.
Desire: 2309. Desired:Desireth:Desiring:Desirous: 2309. See Will, 2309.
Desire; 3713. See Coveted, 3713.
Desired: 1905. See Questioned, 1905.
Desired: Desiring: 2212. See Seek, 2212.
Desired: Desiredst: Desiring: 3870. See Intreat, 3870.

Desires: 2307. Greek is, thelema. A form not Attic Greek. Will, as in active volition.
   a. pp. Will, the act of willing, wish, good pleasure; Matt.26:42, "Thy will be done." Acts 21:14. 1 Cor.16:12, "His will was not at all to come." Eph.5:17. 1 Pet.2:15, 4:2-3-19. 1 John 5:14. So carnal desire, John 1:13. Sept. for Heb. "His delight," Ps.1:2. Dan.8:4, 11:3, "Do according to his will."
   b. Meton. Will, thing willed, what one wills to do or to have done, Matt.7:21, "He that doeth the will of my Father" Matt.12:50, 21:31. Mark 3:35. John 5:30, 6:38. Acts 13:22. Rom.12:2. Eph.6:6. Heb.13:21. Eph.2:3, "Fulfilling the desires of the flesh." Sept. and Heb. "My desire," 1 K.5:8-9. Ps.103:21, "Do his pleasure." Ps.143:10. Hence by impl. will, as in purpose, counsel, decree, law. Matt.18:14, John 6:39-40. Acts 22:14. Heb.10:7-9-10-36. So collectively, the counsels, the eternal purposes of God, Matt.6:10. Luke 11:2, "Thy will be done."
   c. Meton. will, the faculty of willing, free-will. 1 Cor.7:37, "Power of his own will." Luke 23:25. 2 Pet. 1:21, "The will of men." Of God, Eph.1:5-11. 1 Pet.3:17, "The will of God."

Desirous: 2442. Greek is, himeiromai. Depon. A defective verb. To long for, and hence to have a strong affection for, c.c.gen. 1 Thes.2:8, "Being affectionately desirous," in K.J.V. "We loved you so much," in N.I.V. Sept. for Heb. Job 3:21, "Long for death."

Desirous: 2755. See Vain, 2755.

Desolate: 2048. Greek is, eremos. Adj. solitary, desert,
   a. pp. Of a place or region uninhabited and uncultivated, Matt.14:13, "Desert place, with ver.15. Mark 1:35, "Solitary place," ver.45, 6:31-32-35. Luke 4:42, 9:10-12. Sept. for Heb. Jer.33:10-12, "Desolate." In the sense of deserted, desolate, laid waste, Matt.23:38, Luke 13:35, "Your house is left to you desolate" and so Acts 1:20. Comp. Ps.69:25. Acts 8:26. Sept. "Waste," Neh.2:17. Lev.26:31-33, "Land shall be desolate." Spoken of a female, solitary, destitute, of a husband, unmarried, Gal.4:27, "For the desolate hath many more children than she which hath a husband," quoted from Isa.54:1, where Sept. for Heb. "Desolate."
   b. As subst, a solitude, desert, as in an uninhabited and uncultivated tract of country, Matt.3:3, "Crying in the wilderness," and so Mark 1:3. Luke 3:4. John 1:23, all quoted from Isa.40:3, where Sept. for Heb. "Wilderness." Matt. 11:7, 24:26. Luke 5:16, "He withdrew himself into the wilderness" Luke 7:24, 8:29. Rev.12:6-14, 17:3. Of a desert as adapted to pasture, as in uninhabited etc. Luke 15:4, coll. Matt. 18:12, "Into the mountains." Spoken of the desert of Judea, as in the southeastern part of Judea, from the Jordan along the dead sea, which was mostly uninhabited, Matt.3:1. Luke 1:80, 3:2. Mark 1:4, coll. with ver.5. comp. Judg.1:16 where Sept. for Heb. "Into the wilderness of Judah." Of the desert or mountainous region where Jesus was tempted, probably near Jericho, Acts 21:38. Of the Arabian desert, between Mount Sinai and Palestine, Acts 7:30, Acts 7:36-38-42-44. Acts 13:18. John 3:14, 6:31-49. 1 Cor.10:5. Heb.3:8-17. Sept. and Heb. "Wilderness," Ps.78:15-19, 136:16.

Desolate: Desolation: 2049. See Brought, 2049.

Desolate: 3443. Greek is, monoo. To leave alone, Pass. To be left alone, as a widow, to be solitary, probably childless, 1 Tim.5:5, "A widow, -- desolate, trusteth in God."

Desolation: 2050. Greek is, eremosis. Desolation, making desolate, a laying waste, Luke 21:20, "Then know that the desolation thereof is nigh." Matt.24:15. Mark 13:14, "The abomination of desolation." Sept. for Heb. "The land shall be desolate." Jer.7:34. Jer.4:7, "The cities shall be laid waste." 2 Chro.

Despair: Despaired: 1820. Greek is, exaporeomai. As in, intens. To be wholly without resource, to despair utterly, seq. gen. 2 Cor.1:8, "Insomuch that we despaired even of life." Absol.2 Cor.4:8, "We were perplexed, but not in despair." Sept. for Heb. Ps.88:16.

Despise: 114. Despised:Despiseth:114. Greek is, atheteo, In N.T. trans. to reject, as ,
   a. To make void, render null, Mark 7:9, "Full well ye reject the commandment of God." Luke 7:30, "The Pharisees and lawyers rejected." 1 Cor.1:19, "Bring to nothing," coll. Isa.29:14. Gal.2:21, "I do not frustrate." Gal.3:15, "No man disannulleth." Sept for Heb. "Nought," Ps.33:10. Isa.24:16, "Treacherously." Ez.22:26. Hence, not to keep, to cast off, 1 Tim.5:12, "They have cast off." Sept. for Heb. Jer.3:20. Ps.132:11, "Turn from it."
   b. To deny, to despise, contempt, Heb.10:28, "Despised." Spoken of persons, Mark 6:26. Luke 10:16. John 12:48. 1 Thes.4:8. Jude 8. Sept. for Heb. "Rebelled," Isa.1:2. Heb. Ex. 21:8, "Deceitfully." Heb. 1 Sam.2:17, "Abhorred."

Despise: Despised: 1848. Greek is, exouthenos. To set to nought, as in to despise, to contemn, to treat with despite, trans. Luke 18:9, "Despised others." Luke 23:11. "Set him at nought." Rom.14:3-10. 1 Cor.6:4, "Set them to judge." 1 Cor.16:11. Gal.4:14. 1 Thes.5:20, "Despise not prophesying."  1 Cor.1:28. 2 Cor.10:10, "His speech contemptible," abject. Sept. for Heb. "despise" Prov.1:7. Ez. 22:8. 2 Chro.36:16. By impl. To reject with scorn, Acts 4:11, "Set at nought," comp. with Matt.21:42, "The stone which the builders rejected." Sept. for Heb. "Rejected," 1 Sam.8:7.

Despise: 2706. Despiseth: Despising: 2706. Greek is, kataphroneo. To think against any one, as in to think lightly of, to despise, seq. gen. Rom.2:4, "Or despiseth thou the riches of --." 1 Cor.11:22. 1 Tim.4:12. Heb.12:2, "Despising the shame." 2 Pet.2:10. In the sense of to neglect, not to care for, Matt.6:24. Luke 16:13, "Despise the other," opposed to 1 Tim.6:2, "Let them not despise them."

Despise: 3643. Greek is, oligoreo.f. Caring little, careless, from, (care,) To care little for, to make light of, to contemn, or despise, seq. gen. Heb.12:5, "Despise not thou the chastening of the Lord." Sept. for Heb. Prov.3:11, "Despise not."

Despise: 4065. Greek is, periphroneo. f. To think round about a thing, to consider it on all sides. In N.T. To think over or beyond a thing, as to overlook, to despise, seq. gen. 1 Tim.4:12, "Let no man despise thy youth."

Despised: 557. Greek is, apelegmos. Confutation; by implying disesteem, contempt, Acts 19:27, "The temple of the great goddess Diana should be despised. "

Despised: 818. See Suffer, 818.
Despised: 820. See Without, 820.
Despised: 3049. See Imputed, 3049.

Despisers: 865. Greek is, aphilagathos. Adj. Unfriendly, hostile to good and to good men, 2 Tim:3:3, "Despisers of those that are good."

Despisers: 2707. Greek is, kataphrontes. A despiser, contemner, Acts 13:41, "Behold ye despisers," quoted from Sept. Hab.1:5, where Heb. "Behold ye among the heathen."

Despite: 1796. Greek is, enubrizo. To be contumacious in or towards any one, to treat with despite, to contemn, seq. acc. Heb.10:29, "Hath done despite unto the Spirit?"

Despiteful: 5197. See Injurious, 5197.

Despitefully: 1908. Greek is, epereazo. Threat, insult, to misuse, to treat despitefully, to insult, trans. Matt.5:44, "For them which despitefully use you." Luke 6:28. In the sense of to traduce, to accuse falsely, seq. accus. 1 Pet.3:16, "Falsely accuse your good conversation in Christ."

Despitefully: 5195. See Spitefully, 5195.
Destitute: 650. See Kept, 650.
Destitute: 3007. See Wanting, 3007.
Destitute: 5302. See Worse, 5302.
Destroy: 622. See Lose, 622.
Destroy: Destroyed: 1311. See Perish, 1311.
Destroy: 2647. See Overthrown, 2647.
Destroy: Destroyed: 2673. See Abolished, 2673-b.
Destroy: Destroyed: 3089. See Break, 3089.
Destroy: Destroyed: 5351. See Corrupt, 5351.
Destroyed: 2507. See Pull, 2507.
Destroyed: Destroyest: 2647. See Overthrow, 2647.
Destroyer: 3644. Greek is, olothreutes. A destroyer, 1 Cor.10:10, "Were destroyed by the destroyer." Destruction: 684. See Pernicious, 684.

Destruction: 2506. Greek is, kathairesis. A pulling down, demolition, as of a fortress, 2 Cor.10:4, "Pulling down of strong holds." Trop. Of religious knowledge and experience, demolition, destruction, opp. to "Edification" 2 Cor.10:8, "Not for your destruction," 2 Cor.13:10.

Destruction: 3639. Greek is, olothros. Destruction, ruin, death. 1 Cor.5:5, "For the destruction of the flesh." Of divine punishment, 1 Thes.5:3, "Suddenly destruction cometh upon them." 2 Thes.1:9. 1 Tim.6:9. Sept. for Heb. Oba.12. Prov.21:7, "Shall destroy."

Destruction: 4938. Greek is, suntrimma. A breaking together, a crushing, fracture, Sept. for Heb. "Break," Isa. 30:14. In N.T. Trop. Destruction, Rom.3:16, "Destruction and misery," quoted from Isa.59:7, where Sept. for Heb. "Destruction," as also in, Isa.22:4, 60:18. For Heb. "Hurt," Jer.8:21, 48:3.

Determined: 1011. See Council, 1011.
Determined: 1956. See Expounded, 1956.
Determined: 2919. See Damned, 2919.
Determined: Determinate: 3724. See Declared, 3724.
Determined: 4309. See Predestination 4309.
Determined: 5021. See Appointed, 5021.

Device: 1761. Greek is, enthumesis. A thinking, consideration: Acts 17:29, "Man's devices." Plur. Thoughts: Matt.9:4, "Knowing their thoughts." Matt.12:25. Not found in the classics.

Devices: 3540. Greek is, noema.
   a. Thought, as pp. What is thought out, excogitated, hence purpose, project, device. 2 Cor.2:11, "We are not ignorant of his devices." 2 Cor.10:5, "Every thought."

   b. Meton. As in English for the mind, as the understanding, 2 Cor.3:14, "Their minds were blinded." 2 Cor.4:4. Also the affections, disposition, 2 Cor.11:3, "So your minds should be corrupted." Phil.4:7, "Keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus."