Word  
Word Type
  Meaning   Passages
ABBA  
  Aramaic word meaning father   Mk. 14:36
abhorring  
N
  an object of disgust   Isa. 66.24
ABJECT  
Adj
  used as a N. Worthless, low in estimation, one despised by others   Ps. 35:15
abroad  
Adv
  out of one's house, away from home; from abroad, from a distance   Judg. 12.9, 1 Sa. 9.26, 1 Ki. 2.42
ACCEPTATION  
N
  Kind reception, a receiving with favor or approbation   1 Ti. 1:15, 4:9
ACCURSED  
V
  To curse   Ga. 1:8
ADJURE  
V
  To charge, bind, command on oath   Jos. 6:26, 1 S. 14:24, Mt. 26:63
ADMIRATION  
N
  Astonishment, wonder   Re. 17:6
ADO  
N
  (Old English) Fuss, bustle, trouble, tumult   Mk. 5:39
ADVENTURE  
V
  To hazard, risk, chance, to venture, to go   Jud. 9:17, Deu. 28.56, Judg. 9.17, Ac. 19.31
adversary  
N
  an opponent in a lawsuit   Mt. 5.25, Lk. 12.58
advertise  
V
  to give notice, inform   Nu. 24.14 Ru. 4.4
ADVISE  
V
  To deliberate, weigh well, consider   2S. 24:13
advisement  
N
  consideration   1 Ch. 12.19
AFFECT  
V
  To impress or influence, to desire earnestly, seek after   Ga. 4:17
affectioned  
PP
  disposed (From the n. affection; cf. affectionate.)   Ro. 12.10
AFFINITY  
AM
  1) The relation contracted by marriage
(2) Companionship, friendliness
  1 K. 3:1, Ezr. 9.14
2Chr. 18:1
AFFRIGHTED  
V
  To frighten, alarm, terrify   De. 7:21, Is. 21:4
AFORE  
Adv
  Before, beforehand, previously   Ps. 129:6, Ro. 1:2, Ro. 9. 23, Eph. 3.3, Mk. 14.8
AFORETIME  
Adv
  Of old, previously, formerly   Ro. 15:4
AFTER  
Prep
  (1) According to the direction and influence of, as "to live after the flesh." (2) To denote aim or goal.   Ro. 8:12
Mt. 5:6
AGAINST  
  In preparation for, to be ready for the time when, or before the time   Ex. 7:15, 2 K. 16:11
AGONE  
Adj or Adv
  Gone, past, ago, since   1 S. 30:13
ALBEIT  
Conj
  Even though; although   Eze. 13:7, Phm. 19
allege  
V
  to adduce proofs, bring evidence   Ac. 17.3
ALLELUIA  
Interj and N
  Heb. Hallelujah meaning Praise ye Jah or Jehovah. "Praise ye the Lord"   Ps. 104:35, Re. 19:1-6
allow  
V
  to approve of   Lk. 11.48, Ro. 7.15, 1 Th. 2.4
ALMSDEED  
N
  Alms, an act of charity   Ac. 9:36
ALMUG  
N
  Hebrew. A tree or wood, possibly sandalwood   1 K. 10:11-12
ALPHA  
N
  First letter of Greek alphabet   Re. 1:8
AMBASSAGE  
N
  An embassy or those sent as envoys   Lu. 14:32
ambushment  
N
  an ambuscade, men lying in wait   2 Ch. 13.13, 20.22
AMEN  
N
  (1) (Gr. or He.) So be it; let it be so; so it is; so shall it be
(2) "The Amen" a title of Christ
(3) Used responsively
(4) Used at the end of a prayer
  Re. 3:14
De. 27:15- 26
1 Co. 14:16
AMERCE  
V
  To fine or inflict penalty upon   De. 22:19
amiable  
ADJ
  lovely   Ps. 84.1
ancients  
N
  elders   Isa. 3.14, Jer. 19.1, Eze. 7.26
ANGLE  
N
  Fishhook   Is. 19:8, Hab. 1:15
ANISE  
N
  A plant of the carrot family grown in Egypt. Its seeds used for flavoring or in medicine   Mt. 23:23
ANON  
Adv
  Immediately, at once   Mt. 13:20, Mk.1:30
ANTICHRIST  
N
  One who opposes Christ   1 Jn
APOTHECARY  
N
  One who prepared and sold medicinal and cosmetic compounds   Ec. 10:1
apparently  
Adj
  manifesdy, openly   Nu. 12.8
APPLE OF THE EYE  
N
  Pupil of the eye, metaphorically, something greatly cherished   Ps. 17:8
approve  
V
  (1) to prove, demonstrate
(2) to test, put to the proof
  Ac. 2.22, 2 Co. 6.4, 7.11
Ro. 2.18, Phil. 1.10
APT  
Adj
  Able, suitable, appropriate, ready, fitted   2 K. 24:16, 1 Tim. 3.2, 2 Tim. 2.24
ARCHANGEL  
N
  Chief angel, an angel of the highest order   1 Th. 4:16
ARTIFICER  
N
  A skilled workman   Ge. 4:22
artillery  
N
  bow and arrows   1 Sa. 20.40
ask  
V
  to ask for
Ask at, to enquire of
  Mt. 7.9
Dan. 2.10
ASSAY  
V
  To attempt, try   Jb. 4:2
ASSWAGE  
V
  To abate, subside   Ge. 8:1
ASTONIED  
Adj
  Bewildered, dazed, astonished   Jb. 17:8
ATTENT  
Adj
  Attentive   2 Chr. 6:40, 7:15
audience  
N
  hearing
To give audience, to listen
  Ge. 23.13
Ac. 13.16
AUL  
N
  Old spelling of awl   De. 15:17
avoid  
V
  to depart, withdraw, escape   1 Sa. 18.11
AVOUCH  
V
  To acknowledge as one's own   De. 26:17
away with  
  to tolerate, endure
away with him, take him away
  Isa. 1.13
Jn. 19.15