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Aa: (1a); First letter of the alphabet;a: One;a: Thousand.a: (1a); vbal prfx derived from iri, itcharacterizes:a. Perfect tense,b. Pluperfect tense,c. Aorist tense.a: (1a); imperat prfx of vbs; lo, nau,ouwm, ouwn; or alioui, amou andderivatives, ari, au.a-, au-: (1a); adv of indefinitness "about",often with n- prfx.a-: (Gk); neg prfx "without, un-".aaf v.(2)af - Fly.ab v. (2)af - Fly.abayra: (Gk); n. Bridge, dam; Lit.'without base'.abakicye: (Gk?); n. Wild gum.aban v. aouan - Color.abaj/ini, -jini, bajini, -j/ini, j/ni: (3a); mf. Glass, an object of glass,a thing seen in glass;canabaj/ini: m. Glass-blower orseller.abba: (Gk); m. Father; a title of respectgiven to elderly monks, abbot, orsuperior of a monastery.ab/n v. aouan - Cargo.ab/t v. abot - Months.abi aban v. aouan - A variety of colors.abin v. aouan - Cargo.abit: (2b); n. Monday.abok v. abwk - Crow.aboki v. abwk - She-crow / crows.abot,pl. ab/t, sg as pl.: (53b); m. Month.aboui v.(1)af - Flesh.abraciwn: (Gk?); n. The abundance ofgrass and plants.abrem: (2b); n. Something cooked, baked,ripe.abrilloc: (Gk?); n. The month 'April'.abcwn, aucon: (2b); m. Wild mint.abw: (2a); f. Dragnet, net.abwk, abok (seldom), f. aboki, pl.aboki and sg as pl: (2b); m. Crow.raven.agayartoc akayartoc - Unclean.agay/ v. agayoc - Good (f).agayon v. agayoc - Good.agayoc, -on, f. -y/: (Gk); adj. good,righteous, noble.agalma: (Gk); Unknown.agap/, -/c: (Gk); f. Love, brotherly love,love of God, charity, alms, a love feast;agap/toc: adj. beloved;eragapan: vb. To love.agap/c v. agap/ - Love.agap/toc v. agap/ - Beloved.agariyonikon: (Gk); n. A kind of treefungus.aggelia: (Gk); f. A message, tidings,news, word, speech.aggelikenoc: (Gk?); m. English in origin.aggeloc: (Gk); m. Angel, messenger,envoy.agg/n: (Gk?); n. Pot, vessel.age, pl. agete: (Gk); imperat of agw come!, come on!; interj. come now!agel/: (Gk); Unknown.ageli, akeli: (Gk); f. A herd of oxen,company.agete v. age - Come (pl)!agia v. agioc - Holy.agiazin: (Gk); (w/ er-) vb. To hollow,sanctify, purify, consecrate.agiacma: (Gk); A holy place, sanctuary,holiness.

agiacmoc:(Gk);m.Consecrationsanctification, holiness.agion v. agioc - Holy.agioc, -on, f. -a: (Gk); m. Saint; adj.sacred, holy.agiocun/, -ot/c: (Gk); f. Holiness,purity.agiot/c v. agiocun/ - Purity.agm/: (Gk); Eruption (on the face), acne.agn/ v. agnoc - Pure.agnia: (Gk); f. Purity, chastity, celibacy.agnoc, f. -n/: (Gk); adj. Pure, upright,chaste.agora v. agwra - Marketplace.agoreoc: (Gk); m. Lawyer, advocate; f.court.agrammatoc: (Gk); adj. Illiterate; n.uneducated or unlearned person.agria v. agrioc - wild.agriolakonon v. agrioc - Wild gourd.agrion v. agrioc - Wild.agrioc, -on, f. -ia: (Gk); adj. Wild, fierce,savage, vehement, harsh;agriolakonon: m. Wild gourd.agw v. akw - Filth.agwn: (Gk); m. Agony, struggle, trial,battle;eragwnizecye, eragwn/zecye: vb.To agonize, fight, /c, agwn/yet/c: (Gk);Unknown.agwra, agora: (Gk); f. Marketplace,place of commerce;agwreuc: m. Vendor.agwreuc v. agwra - Vendor.adamac: (Gk); m. Diamond.adikoc: (Gk); adj. Unrighteous, unjust.adikia: (Gk); f. Wrong offence, treason,injustice.aetoc: (Gk); m. Eagle.a/r: (Gk); Air, atmosphere.ay- v. at- - Un-.ayanatoc:(Gk);adj.Undying,everlasting, immortal.ayah v. wth - Burden.ayetin: (Gk); (w/ er-) vb. To set aside,disregard.ay/neoc: (Gk); m. Athenian.ay/r v. hay/r - Hammer.ayl/cic, aylucic: (Gk); f. Conflict,combat, struggle, contest.ayl/t/c, aylit/c, aylut/c: (Gk);m. One who struggles, athelete, strongperson.aylit/c ayl/t/c - Strong person.aylon: (Gk); Unknown.aylovoroc: (Gk); m. Endurer of struugle.aylut/c ayl/t/c - Strong person.aylwvoroc aylovoroc - Endurer ofstruggle.ayreu v. atre - Twin.ayrioc: (Gk?); n. Thou al-qaada, the 11thmonth of the Arabic lunar calendar.aywr: (728a); n. Hatur, the 3rd month ofthe Coptic v. iri - To do.aiai, oi (Q): (1b); vi. To increase, advancein age; (Q) great, honored;---: m. Increase, growth.aiguptia v. aiguptioc - Egyptian.aiguptiazecye: (Gk); (w/ er-) vb. To belike an Egyptian, to follow the Egyptians,to speak like an Egyptian.aiguptioc, f. -ia: (Gk); m. Egyptian;aiguptogen/c: of Egyptian race;aiguptoc: m. Egypt, the Nile.aiguptogen/c v. aiguptioc - OfEgyptian race.aiguptoc v. aiguptioc - Egypt.aik: (3a); m. Consecration of a place;eraik: v. To consecrate;[iaik: v. To consecrate.

ait/ma, et/ma: (Gk); m. Request,akw, agw: (3b); f. Thing destroyed,demand, assumption, petition.aiou: (19b); n. (w/ er-) means to go ortravel.akayoc agayoc - Good.akayarton v. akayartoc - Unclean.akayartoc, -on: (Gk); adj. Unclean,defiled, filthy (in body or mind).(1)akakia, -ac: (Gk); f. Acacia tree.(2)akakia, -ac: (Gk); adj. Innocence,simplicity.akakiac v. (1)akakia - Acacia.akakiac v. (2)akakia - Innocence.akeli v. ageli - Herd of oxen.akereoc: (Gk?); adj. Meek.akeroc: (Gk); adj. Ill-timed, unseasonable.ak/c: (3b); m. Girdle, breeches.akia agia - Holy.akilia: (Gk?); f. A type of flies or plants.(1)akinoc: (Gk?); f. A worm (?).(2)akinoc: (Gk); m. Basil-thyme.(1)akl/, kal/: (3b); f. Weasel.(2)akl/, kal/, akli, alk/: (3b); f. Apottery vessel used for food or liquidstorage.akli v. akl/ - Pottery vessel.akm/n: (Gk); adv. Still as yet.akxiwma axiwma - Honorakolouyia: (Gk); Unknown.akon/, -/c: (Gk); f. Whetstone, bone.akon/c v. akon/ - Bone.akraton v. akratoc - Unmixed.akratoc, -on: (Gk); adj. Unmixed, pure,unadulterated.akribwc: (Gk); adv. Precisely.akt/n v. aktic - Ray.akt/r v. aktic - Ray.aktin v. aktic - Ray.aktic, akt/n, aktin, akt/r: (Gk); m.Ray, sunbeam; brightness, splendor,glory.carrion, filth, (3a); m. Pebble; hailstone; testicle; spot,patch on skin, v. aloli - Grape.alabactron v. alabactroc Alabaster.alabactroc, -on: (Gk); m. Alabaster,white marble; a case box or casket madeof alabaster esp. vessel for perfume.alableb v. alaplep - To be weary.alak v. halak - Ring.alanon: (Gk); A type of plant.alaplep, alableb: (671a); vi. To beweary, despondent;---: m. Weariness, distress.alacw]: (6a); pl. Armies.ala,ictoc: (Gk); adj. Smallest, least;poor miserable.alektor v. alektruwn - Cock.alektruonoc v. alektruwn - Cock.alektruwn, -truonoc, -twr, -tor:(Gk); nn mf. Cock, hen.alektwr v. alektruwn - Cock.alexanarinoc: (Gk); m. Native v. al/yinoc -, -on: (Gk); adj. Real,trustworthy, al/ywc - (Gk); adv. Truely, actually, (4a); imperat of ali ; vi. To mount,go up, go on, go on board;--- ehr/i: vi. To mount up, ascend inyears;--- ejen-: vi. To ascend, go up;--- eqr/i ejen-: vi. To descend upon.alyilia: (Gk); m. A type of gum.ali v. wli - Hold.ali: (4b); m. Fenugreek.

aligwn: (Gk?); m. A kind of candy oraloli, al-, el-, leli-: (54b); m. & sgsweets.alil, alili: (6a); m. Field mouse.alili v. alil - Field mouse.aliyinon al/yinoc - True.alit v. wli - Hold.alioui v. wli - Hold.aliji: (6b); m. Fuller's earth.alke, alk/: (5b); m. Last day of themonth.alk/ v. akl/ - A pottery vessel.alk/ v. alke - Last day of the month.alkoproc: (Gk?); m. A brittle metal usedin making red ink.alkou: (5b); f. Flask.alkou v. elkou - Fruit of sycamore tree.alla: (Gk); conj. But;allakai: But also.allenoc: (Gk?); m. A certain kind oftrees.all/goria: (Gk); f. Allegory.all/louia: (heb); Hallelujah, praiseGod.allogen/c: (Gk); adj. Stranger, ofanother race.(1)allo/: (6a); m. Salamandar; an easternbird.(2)allo/: (Gk?); m. A plant.alloki v. allwki - Banana.allou: (5a); f. Eye's pupil.allotrion: (Gk); Unknown.allovuloc: (Gk); adj. Of another tribe,foreign, strange; of a different kind.allwk/ v. allwki - Banana.allwki, -wk/, -oki: (6a); m. Banana.alogon v. alogoc - Irrational.alogoc, -on: (Gk); adj. Speechless,unutterable, irrational, absurd.alo/, -/c: (Gk) f. The aloe.alo/c v. alo/ - Aloe.alok: (5b); m. Corner, pl. Grape, vine;alswou: m. Raisen;bw naloli: f. Vine;lele,/mi: m. Bruise;ma naloli: m. Vineyard.aloj, pl. alwj: (7a); m. Arms (pl);knees (pl); shoulder (pl); thigh.alou, pl. alwoui: (5a); mf. Youth, boy,girl, maiden, servant;metalou: f. Time of youth,youthfulness;metrefqatebalou: m. Childslaying;eralou: vb. To be young.aloubeh: (3b); n. A white shining spot.aloubeh v. balmbeh - Bald.alva: (Gk); m. 1st letter of the alphabet;alvab/toc, -on: m. The alphabet;alvab/tarion: m. Pronunciationbook, elementary reading book.alvab/tarionv.alvaPronunciation book.alvab/ton v. alva - Alphabet.alvab/toc v. alva - Alphabet.alwm: (670a); m. Cheese.alwou, -oui: (6b); pl. Bunch (of grapes).alwoui v. alou - Youth.alwoui v. alwou - Bunch.alwj v. aloj - Arms.alswou v. aloli - Raisin.alaji: (6b); pl. Whales.amaiou v. iom - v. ham- - Craftsman.amal/j: (7b); vi. Embrace;jineramal/j: m. Act of embracing.amahi: (9a); vi. To prevail, rule, be inpossession, lay hold on, restrain; vt. Tograsp, embrace, possess, restrict, detain;--- ejen-: vb. To rule have power over;--- nem-: vb. To hold with, support;--- hijen-: vb. To hold back, detain;

---: m. Power, possession;atamahi: adj. Unrestrained, uncontrollable;metatamahi: f. Uncontrolledness, incontinence.ame, am/: (55b); f. Hoe (for digging).ameyuctoc: (Gk); m. A precious stone Amethyst'.ameleia: (Gk); n. Character or conduct ofa carelss, heedless or negligent person;indeference.amelec amel/c - Careless.amel/c: (Gk); Negligent, careless,heedless.amen]: (8b); m. Hades.ametr/t/ v. ametr/toc - Immense.ametr/t/c v. ametr/toc - Immense.ametr/toc: (Gk); adj. Unmeasured,unmeasurable, immense, unnumbered,countless, exhaustless;ametr/t/, -/c: Same v. ame - v. amou - Come!am/iri: (56a); f. Inundation, high (Heb); adv. Verily, of a truth, so beit; (679a); m. Arms, (7a); m. Herd (of cattle or sheep).am/s: (56a); m. Anvil.amiantoc: (Gk); adj. Undefiled, pure.amin: (7b); m. Pot (of soapstone).amici: (56a); m. Dill, anise.ammoniakon v. ammoniakoc - Ammonia.ammoniakoc,, -on: (Gk?); m. A kind ofplant; ammonia.amn v. mna - Manna.amna: (7b); m. Type of herb or perfume;manna.amnoc: (Gk); m. A lamb.amoi: (675a); interj. Would, o that.(1)amoni: (8a); vi. To prevail, be inpossession, be strong; vt. Seize, possess,detain;--- ejen-: vb. Same meaning;--- nem-: vb. To support, help;--- nten-: vb. To hold, be in possessionof; endure, wait for;--- hijen-: vb. To overcome;--- hijwf, atsamoni nten-: adj.Unrestrained, uncontrollable;metatsamoni nten-: f. Uncontrolledness, intemperance;---: m. Handle;--- nten-: m. Endurance, patience;metrefamoni nten-: f. Endurance;jinamoni: m. Arrest, restrain.(2)amoni, moni, manou , manouou ,menn/t : (173a); (I) vi. To pasture,feed; vt. To feed, tend cattle;ma mmoni: m. Place of pasture;refamoni: m. Shepherd;mani n-: Herd of;mani, man-: pl. man/ou, meneu, &sg as pl.: m. Herdsman, pastor;(II) vi. To be made fast, come to land,come into port (of ship);moni eqoun-: vi. To come in toshore, lie in port; vt. To bring into shoreor port;ma mmoni: m. Harbor.(1)amre, pl. amr/ou & sg as pl.: (8b); m.Baker;manamre: m. Bakery;metamre: f. Art or process of baking.(2)amre: (9a); f. Cleansed, winowed(wheat).amou: (7b); vb imperat. Come, come you(m);am/: vb imperat. Come you (f);amwini: vb imperat. Come you (pl).amwini v. amou - Come you (pl).amse v. se - Carpenter.

(1)an-: (10b); m. lit. The great one of.(2)an-, pl. anan-: (10b); Prfx in collectivenumerals.(3)an: (10b); neg. part. following subj. andpredicate; not.(4)an: (56b); interrog. part., precedes subj.ana v. wni - Stone.anabaymoc: (Gk); m. Flight of steps,stair.anabat/c: (Gk); m. Horseman, rider(cavalry).angkazin: (Gk); v. (w/ er-) To force,constrain.anagkeon: (Gk); Unknown.anagk/: (Gk); f. Force, constraint,necessity, distress, violence, suffering,compulsion by force.anagnwcma: (Gk); m. A passage readaloud, lecture, reading.anagnwct/c: (Gk); m. Reader.anayema: m. An accursed thing, curse,excommunication, a person devoted tothe devil.anay/ma: (Gk); m. A votive offering (setup in a temple).anai: (11a); vi. To be pleasing, pleasant,grow better;---: m. Beauty;rana: vi. To be pleased; vt. To please;ranaf: m. That which pleases;metranaf: f. Act of pleasing;refrana : f. One who pleases;metrefrana : f. Act of pleasing;jinranaf: fm. Meaning as last;ini: adj. Pleasant, always with ctoi perfume.anaiw: (218b); f. Peg, stake (for tent ropesor ship hawsers).anakl/ton: (Gk); Unknown.anal/m'ic nal/'ic - Ascension.anal/'ic: (Gk); f. Feast of ascension,ascension.analum'ic anal/'ic - Ascension.anam/i: (524a); m. Precious stone, jewel.anan- v. an- - prfx in collective numerals.anantwri v. antwri - Minor.(1)anapai: (12a); f. Hen.(2)anapai ia: (12a); m. Valley.anapaucic: (Gk); f. Repose, rest, ease.anarouhi v. rouhi - Eveninganar,ia, -ac: (Gk); f. Anarchy, lawlessness.anar,iac v. anar,ia - Anarchy.anar,on v. anar,oc - Without beginning.anar,oc, -on: (Gk); adj. Without head orchief, without beginning.anar,wc anar,oc - Without beginning.anactacic: (Gk); f. Resurrection, awakening, standing up; feast of resurrection.anactrov/: (Gk); Unknown.anatol/, -/c: (Gk); f. The rising of thesun or moon; east.anatol/c v. anatol/ - East.anaus v. anas - Oath.anavora, -ac: (Gk); f. Offering, sacrifice; liturgy.anavorac v. anavora - Liturgy.ana,wrin: (Gk); (w/ er-) vb. Act of retirement.ana,writ/c, -tou: m. Anchorite.ana,writou v. ana,writ/c - Anchorite.anas, pl. anaus & sg as pl.: (12b); m.Oath;metref]anas: f. A swearing.anahwr v. aho - Storehouses.andro, -w: (Gk); m. Man, human.andrw v. andro - Man.anecy/toc: (Gk); Unknown.anelywn: (Gk?); vb. To rise, walk.anemro embrw - (12a); f. School.anyas: (12b); m. Sneeze.

anyemic: (Gk); f. A herb like camomile.anyera v. hay/r - Hammer.any/r v. hay/r - Hammer.anyimoc: (Gk?); m. 1st month of the arabicyear.anyropoc, -ou: (Gk); m. Man, human,body.anyropou v. anyropoc - Human.anyupatoc, -ou: (Gk); m. Proconsul.anyupatou v. anyupatoc - Proconsul.anyouc: (11b); m. A species of lizard'.anikam: (12b); m. A kind of vitriol',metallic sulfate.anicon, -ou: (Gk); m. Dill, anise.anicou v. anicon - Anise.anict/: (Gk); vb. To raise up, set up, wakeup; to raise from the dead.anioui v. ini - Bring.ankevaloc: (Gk); m. Head, brain.ankoki, ankouki, enkoki: (12a); m. 3rd(ring) finger.ankouki v. ankoki - Ring finger.annonna annwnna - Unknown.annoser: (12a); m. Wild endive, chicory.annwnna: (Gk); Unknown.ano/ton v. ano/toc - Silly.ano/toc, -on: (Gk); adj. Unheard of,senseless, silly, not thought on.ano/twc: (Gk); adv. In foolishness, inthoughtlessness.anok: (11b); pers. pron. I'.anom: (12a); m. Skin.anomia: (Gk); f. Iniquity, sin, lawlessness;eranomin: vb. To transgress, sin.anomon v. anomoc - Lawless.anomoc, -on: (Gk); adj. Without law,lawless, impious.anon: (11b); pl. of anok, we'.anoni: (12a); vi. To live luxuriously orwantonly.anocioc: (Gk); adj. Unholy, profane.anro v. ro (hanro) - Porch.anti: (Gk); prep. Opposite, against, in placeof, for the sake of.antigramma: (Gk); f. Duplicate letter.antigraveuc: (Gk); m. Checking- orcopying-clerk, a public officer.antigrav/, -on: (Gk); f. Written reply,plea, transcribing.antigravon v. antigrav/ - Plea.antidikoc: (Gk); m. Opponent or adversary in a suit.antikumenoc: (Gk); Unknown.antilegin: (Gk); vb. (w/ er-) To speakagainst, gainsay, contradict.antilogia: (Gk); f. Contradiction, controversy.antilogoc: (Gk); m. Contradictory, reverse.antion v. antioc - Opposite.antioc, -on: (Gk); adj. Set against, face toface, opposite, contrary.antl/ma: (Gk); m. Bucket for drawingwater.antoli: (12a); m. Fish-eating bird.antwri: (12a); m. One of mature age;atantwri, anantwri: m. Minor,underage.anwnna annwnna - Unknown.ansiri, an[iri: (12b); m. Species of bean,phaseolus.anjwj v. (1)jwj -[iri v. ansiri - Bean.(1)axia: (Gk); f. Worth, value, amount,reputation, dignity.(2)axia v. axioc - Worthy.axioin: (Gk); Unknown.axioc, -ia: (Gk); adj. Worthy, goodly,estimable, deserving.axiwma, -atoc: (Gk); m. Honor,reputation.axiwmatikoc: (Gk); (adj) Honorable,esteemed.axiwmatoc v. axiwma - Honor.

apa: (13a); m. Apa (title of reverence).apay/c: (Gk); adj. Not suffering, withoutapodexic v. apodeixic - Proof.apod/mon, -oc: (Gk); adj. Away frompassion or feeling, apathetic.apantan: (Gk); v. (w/ er-) To meet,encounter, face.apant/ma: (Gk); f. Meeting, chance.apax: (Gk); adv. Once for all, once, onceonly.apax aplwc: (Gk); adv. In general.apar,/: (Gk); f. Beginning of a sacrifice,primal offering, first fruits.apac: (17a); adj. Old;metapac: f. Oldness;erapac: vb. To become old;jinerapac: m. The process of growingold, aging.apat/, -/c: (Gk); Trick, fraud, guile,treachery, Deceit.apat/c v. apat/ - Deceit.apeiroc v. apiroc - Ignorant.apelpizin: (Gk); v. (w/ er-) To bedespaired.aperanton v. aperantoc - Infinite.aperantoc, -on: (Gk); adj. Boundless,infinite, countless, unlimited, endless.aperaton, -reton: (Gk); Unknown.apereton v. aperaton - Unknown.apioc, -ou: (Gk); f. Pear tree.apiou v. apioc - Pear tree.apiroc, apeiroc: (Gk); adj. Inexperienced,ignorant.apictoc: (Gk); adj. Not to be trusted,disloyal, faithless, disobedient, unbelieving, suspicious.aplwc: (Gk); adv. Singly, in one way,simply, absolutely, plainly, frankly,generally.apograv/: (Gk); Unknown.apodazecye: (Gk); v. (w/ er-) To bidfarewell.apodeixic, -dexic: (Gk); f. Demonstration, showing forth, making known,exhibition, publication,'s country; m. traveler, tourist.apod/moc v. apod/mon - Abroad.apoy/k/, -/c: f. Magazine storehouse,refuge.apoy/k/c v. apoy/k/ - Refuge.apokalum'ic apokalu'ic - Apocalypse.apokalu'ic: (Gk); f. Disclosing (ofhidden springs), uncovering (of thehead), revelation (esp. of divine mysteries), manifestation; biblical book ofApocalypse.apokricic: (Gk); Unknown.apolabin apolauin - Pleasure.apolauin, -aucic: (Gk); f. Act ofenjoying, pleasure.apolaucic v. apolauin - Pleasure.apoleuyeroc: (Gk?); m. Slave, bondman.apolle: (Gk?); mf. Youth.apollwn: (Gk); m. The god "Apollo".apologia: (Gk); f. Apology.apomeroc: (Gk); vb (w/ er-) To divideoff, separate.aponia aponoia - Unknown.aponoia: (Gk); Unknown.aporin: (Gk); Unknown.apoctat/c: (Gk); m. Apostate; deserter,rebel, seceder.apoctolik/ v. apoctolikoc - Apostolic.apoctolikon v. apoctolikoc - Apostolic.apoctolikoc, -/, -on: (Gk); adj. Apostolic.apoctoloc: (Gk); m. Apostle, messenger,messenger from God, ambassador,envoy.apocunagwgoc: (Gk); m. One expelledfrom the synagogue.aprokr/cic apokricic - Unknown.apul/: (Gk); Unknown.

apoun v. (2)apouc - Lame.(1)apouc: (14b); m. Bald (from ringworm).(2)apouc, -oun: (Gk); m. Lame, withoutfoot or feet.apovacic: (Gk); f. Sentence, decision,assertion, judgement.apuroc: (Gk); m. Without fire, cold,cheerless, brand-new, unsmelted.(1)ara: (14b); m. Door-ring.(2)ara: (Gk); prep. Since, thence.arabia: (Gk); f. Arabia.arabikoc: (Gk); adj. Arabic.arabioc: (Gk); m. (Gk); adj. Arabic;acpi nremarab/c: f. The Arabiclanguage.ararim v. arim - Saltwort.arbot v. arbwt - Staff.arbwt, -ot: (702a); m. Wand, staff.areioc pagoc, arioc pagoc: (Gk);The hill of ares at Athens; Arios Pagos.aret/: (Gk); f. Goodness, virtue, valor,excellence.aresan: (59a); Conditional vbal prfxformed from 2nd present san, sa; if.areh: (707b); vi. To guard, keep;--- e-: vb d.o.;---: m. watch, guard;ma nareh: m. Watching-place;refareh: m. Watcher, guard;metrefareh: f. Watchfulness;jinareh: m. Act of watching,, er/b, r/b: (15a); m. Pledge,deposit (of money).(1)ar/ou: (15b); adv. Perhaps, if;eb/l ar/ou adv. Except.(2)ar/ou, er/ou: (59a); nn mf. mostly w/poss. prfx agreeing in gender and mostlyin number w/ the subject of the clause;fellow, companion; each other, together,mutually.ariymoc, -ou: (Gk); m. Number, arithmetic; Numbers (biblical book).ariymou v. ariymoc - Number.ariki: (15a); m. Blame, fault;atariki: adj. Blameless;jemariki: vb. To blame, find fault;---: m. Fault-finding.arim, ararim: (15b); n. An edible plant"saltwort".ariopagoc areioc pagoc - Ariospagos.arioc pagoc v. areioc pahoc - Ariospagos.arictolo,ia, -ac: (Gk); f. A herb usedin healing of gaut, it is said that originallyit was invented to ease the birth process.arictolo,iac v. arictolo,ia - Akind of herb.aricton, -ou: (Gk); m. Morning meal,breakfast, luncheon; banquet.arictou v. aricton - Breakfast.arioui v. iri - Do.arkan/, arkl/: (Gk); f. The bar to whichthe threads of the warp are fastened.arkl/ v. arkan/ - A kind of bar.aro: (15a); n. Cyperus (tree, or wood).artemonoc v. artemwn - Pulley.artemwn, -monoc: (Gk); m. The foresailof a ship, the pricipal pulley (in asystem).ar,aioc v. ar,eoc -,ei: (Gk); f.,eoc, ar,aioc: (Gk); adj. Antiquated,ancient,,/, ar,i: (Gk); f. Beginning, origin,foundation, heavenly power, magistrate;metar,/: f. Leadership, authority,government;erar,ecye: vb. To begin, start,/aggeloc: (Gk); m.,/gin: (Gk);,/diakonoc: (Gk); m. Archdeaconate.

ar,/diakwn: (Gk); m.,/epickopoc: (Gk); m.,/ereuc: (Gk); m. Arch-priest,,/ylit/c: (Gk);,/mandrit/c: (Gk); nn mf. Abbot,head of a monastery or a,/cunagwgoc, -ou: (Gk); m. Ruler ofa,/cunagwgou v. ar,/cunagwgoc- Ruler of a,/tektwn: (Gk); m. Master-builder,,/telwn/c, -ou: (Gk); m. Chiefpublican, chief,/telwnou v. ar,/telwn/c Chief,/triklinoc: (Gk); m. President of abanquet,,i v. ar,/ -,iereuc ar,/ereuc - high,ontoc v. ar,wn -,wn, -,ontoc: (Gk); m. Ruler, commander, chief magistrate, governor.arwma, -atoc: (Gk); m. An aromaticherb or spice; aroma.arwmatizecye: (Gk); v. (w/ er-) to spice,perfume.arwmatikon v. arwmatikoc - Aromatic.arwmatikoc, -on: (Gk); adj. Aromatic.arwmatoc v. arwma - Aroma.arwoui, rwoui: (306b); m. Stubble.ars/t, ers/t: (16b); vb. Same astarso, to multiply'.arsin: (16b); m. Lentil.acron, -ou: (Gk); m. A plant, hazelwort.acrou v. acron - Hazelwort.acaf: (18b); n. A plant explained as bark,rind of caper root'.acbol/: (Gk); f. Soot.aceb/c: (Gk); adj. Ungodly, unholy, profane, sacrilegious; m. ungodly one;metaceb/c: f. Ungodliness, profanity.acyeneia: (Gk); f. Want of strength, weakness, sickness, feebleness.acyen/c: (Gk); adj. Weak, feeble, infirm,sick.aciai, aciwou (Q): (17b); vi. To be light,be relieved, be swift; vt. to lighten;---: m. Lightness, alleviation; Q. hastiness;qen ouaciwou: adv. Lightly.aciwou v. aciai - Lighten.ack/cic: (Gk); f. Asceticism, exercise,practise, training.ack/t/c, -ou: (Gk); m. Hermit, monk,ascete.ack/tikoc: (Gk); adj. Ascetic, laborious.ack/tou v. ack/t/c - Hermit.ackoc: (Gk); m. Wineskin, bellow.acma: (Gk); m. Song esp. lyric ode, (317a); n. w/] forms vi. to spare,refrain;]aco: n. Forbearance;a[ne ]aco: adj. Without sparing,unhindered;at]aco: adj. Unsparing;metat]aco: f. Unrestrainedness.acofper: (18b); n. Explained as bitter nut(or plant).acpazecye: (Gk); vb. (w/ er-) Towelcome kindly, greet, salute, kiss,embrace.acpi: (18a); f. Language, speech;remntacpi: m. Eloquent man.accuria: (Gk); f. Assyria.accuria v. accurioc - Assyrian.accurioc, f. -ia: (Gk); adj. Assyrian.actrologia: (Gk); f. Astronomy, astrology.actrologoc: (Gk); m. Astronomer; later astrologer.

acoui: (18b); f. Purse, wallet; bag.acouli: (18a); pl. Butterflies.acvalton v. acvaltoc - Asphalt.acvaltoc, -on, -ou: (Gk); f. Asphalt,bitumen, pitch, kind of petroleum.acvaltou v. acvaltoc - Asphalt.acvoui: (18b); n. 1st year of reign.acwmatoc: (Gk); adj. Disembodied,, ay- (before liquids): (18b); A neg.prfx forming adj.; un-, without;metat-: forming f. n.atamantinon: (Gk); Unknown.atamac adamac - Diamond.ataouin v. aouin - Without cargo.atonon v. atonoc - Weak.atonoc, -on: (Gk); adj. Lacking of elasticity, weak, slack.atopon v. atopoc - Foul.atopoc, -on: (Gk); Out of place, out ofthe way, disgusting, foul, extraordinary.atparaba: (Gk?); adj. Without taking byforce.atre, pl. ayreu, atreu: (726b); Adoubled thing, twin; testicles.atreu v. atre - Twins.atrovia, -ac: (Gk); f. Want of food ornourishment, atrophy, starvation, diet.atroviac v. atrovia - Atrophy.atrovoc: (Gk); adj. Ill-fed, non-viable, illof[ne, a[ne-, at[nou : (25b);[nou v. at[ne- -[r/n v. a[r/n - v. a- About.aouan, aban: (20b); m. Color; appearance;aoui aouan, abi aban: Varietyof colors;aouin: m. Jaundice.aoub/t: (21b); m. Collection, company (ofpersons); (monastic) congregation, monastery.augouctoc, -ou: (Gk); m. Augustus,August.augouctou v. augouctoc -, aou/r v. ou/r - About (circa).auyadikon v. auyadikoc - Stubborn.auyadikoc, -on, auyat/c: (Gk); adj.Stubborn, self-willed.auyat/c v. auyadikoc - Stubborn.aoui aouan v. aouan - Variety ofcolors.aouin, ab/n, abin: m. (ship's) Cargo,load;ataouin: adj. Without cargo.aouin v. aouan - Jaundice.auic: (19b); imperat. part. Give, bringhither; come.aul/, -/c: (Gk); f. Open court (before thehouse), courtyard, court, hall chamber,abode, dwelling, steading for cattle.aul/c v. aul/ - Courtyard.aul/ou: (20b); pl. Part of monk's dress.auxon: (Gk); Unknown.aur/j : (16b); n. Limit, end; always withsuffix of things limited;ataur/j : neg adj. Limitless,boundless.autokratwr: (Gk); adv. One's ownmaster, free, independent, absolute ruler,possessing full powers.autourgoc: (Gk); m. Self-working,husband-man, simple, native.aouw, ouw: (62b); f. Pledge, surety;] naouw: vb. To give as pledge;,w naouw: vb. To deposit as pledge;[i naouw: vb. To take as a pledge.(1)aouw v. ouw - Cease.(2)aouw v. ouw - Cease.aouwn: vb. imperat. of ouwn, to open.aujal: (704a); m. Anchor, hook.

aujwl v. jwl - To cover.ave, pl. av/oui: (13b); f. Head: of a livingas: (22a); I. interrog. pron. Who, what?;varies with nim, ou; II. indef. pron. Abeing; metaphor; as title, chief; capital (ofmoney);atave: adj. Headless;metatave: f. Headlessness;erave: vb. To be at the head of, lead.av/t v. avot - Cup.av/oui v. ave - Heads.avopi v. avwv - Giants.avot, pl. av/t: (14b); m. Cup, sacramental "chalice".avovi v. avwv - Giants.avoui v. (1)af - Flesh.avwt v. evwt - Crocodile.avwv; pl. avovi, avopi: (21b); m?,aric: (Gk); adj. Without grace orcharm, ungracious, thankless, unpleasant,disagreeable.a,at/c: (Gk); m. Agate (precious stone).a,i v. aqi - Sedge.a,rantoc: (Gk); adj. Undefiles, immaculate.a,w, pl. a,woui & sg as pl.: (662b); m.Magician, wizard;meta,w: f. Magic.a,wrictoc: (Gk); adj. Not parted, undivided, inseparable.a,writoc: (Gk?); adj. Not comprehended,vague, mysterious, endless.a,woui v. a,w - Magician.a'ikon v. a'u,oc - Lifeless.a'ikoc v. a'ukoc - Lifeless.a'inyon v. a'inyoc - Wormwood.a'inyoc, -on: (Gk); f. Wormwood.a'u,on v. a'u,oc - Lifeless.a'ukoc, -on, a'ikoc, -on: (Gk); adj.Lifeless, inanimate, spiritless, fainthearted.awratoc: (Gk); Unknown.certain, whatever; III. indef. v. asi - To (p.c.) v. ws - read.asai, os (Q): (22b); vi. To become many,multiply; Q. many;---: m. Multitude, amount;metasai: f. Number, multituderefasai: m. Multiplier;ase: f. Multitude.ase v. asai - Multitude.aseben: (23a); m. Enchanter.aseu: (23a); pl. Astrologers.asi (Q) v. isi - To be hung.asin ncyoi v. a[in - Aromatic plant.asira: (23a); f. Chameleon.asiri v. iri - Diligent person.asikap v. skap - Cry.asmi v. wsem - Soot.(1)af; pl. afoui, aboui, avoui, & sg aspl: (23a); m. Flesh (human or animal),meat;canaf: n. Meat dealer or seller;eraf: vb. To become flesh (of consecrated bread);ouemaf: vb. To eat flesh or meat(2)af, aaf, ab: (23b); mf. insect, fly;--- nebiw: n. Honey fly, bee;--- nouhor: n. Dog fly.afleli: (741a); f. Lizard.afoui v. (1)af - Flesh.afjir: (23b); m. Greedy one of shamfulgain;metafjir: f. Greed of shamfule gain.aqi, a,i: (25a); m. Marsh herbage, sedge.aqo : (25a); interrog. pron. with suffixesreferring to subject of phrase; what,why?aqori v. aqwri - Asp.aqwiri v. aqwri - Asp.

aqwm: (25a); m. Eagle; orig. falcon,vulture.aqwri, aqwiri, aqori: (23b); m. Asp.aha, ah/: (64b); part. yes';a. Answers questions affirmatively,b. Varies with ce',c. Sometimes ce - more emphatic,contradictory, answers m/,d. With conditional icje or eswp, if so,if indeed,e. Verily, well then, indeed,f. Introduces questions.ah/ v. aha - Yesahi: (24a); m. Length, limit of life, life span;erahi: vb. Pass life;nebahi: n. Long-lived, only with metor er-;metsarahi: f. Short life;ersarahi: vb. To be short-lived;jemahi: vb. To have (find) ling life.(1)aho, ahor, pl. ahwr & sg as pl: (24b);m. Treasure; treasury, store-house;anahwr: pl. Store-houses.(2)aho: (24b); n. Dwelling, abode.ahom: (24b); m. only with fi- forming sigh, groan;fiahom: m. Groan, yawn, roar.ahor v. (1)aho - Treasure.ahwr v. (1)aho - Treasures.aje- v. jw - To say.ajo v. (1)ajw - Viper.ajo v. jw - To say.ajol]: (26a); n. Wagon, cart.ajot v. jw - To say.ajp, pl. ajpi: (777b); fm. Hour;mvnau najp: adv. At the time of,about the . hour.ajpi v. ajp - Hours.ajou v. (1)ajw - Viper.(1)ajw, ajo, ajou, ejw, ejou: (25b);f. Viper.(2)ajw, jo: (753b); m. Crook-ba

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