Imatges de pÓgina

voce doce; where he observes, that Rom. xi. 35. g, causam pró. creantem, dia, conservantem, et ils, causam indicat finalem.

117.-1. Δια, In. Heb. vii. 9. Even Levi paid tihes (dia A Speau) in Abraham.*

119.-1. Ara, With. Ephes. vi. 18. Praying always (du 14% *potiuxna) with all prayer,* that is most earnestly. See 27. 1.

121.-1. Aicy Of, from. Matth. xxvii. 18. For he knew that (dice P.Jovov) from envy they had delivered him.—2 Thess. ii. 2. Nor by letter as (di' suav) from us.*

122.-1. A., is sometimes used cau sally, and must be translated for. Ephes. iv. 8. Ato syel. For he saith, he ascended up on high.—James iv. 6. He giveth greater grace, (do Leyer) for he saith, God resisteth the proud.1 Pet. ii. 6. Ano xoe, For even it is contained in the scripture.

123.-1. Aloti, For. 1 Pet. i. 24. Asoti mara ceps, For all flesh is as grass.*

124.-1. Eær, an adverb of time, signifying when, 3 John ver. 10. For this cause, (scev E2Iw) when I come I will bring his deeds to remembrance.

127.-1. E. for óti, that. i John iii. 13. Do not wonder, () that the world hateth you.

130.-2. E., Though. 2 Tim. ii. 13. E. «RIS PHEV, EXEIVOS #1505 thevet. In rendering this clause, our translators being sensible of the absurdity of making the faithfulness of God depend on men's unfaithfulness, and not recollecting that (1) signifies although, have in their translation endeavoured to avoid the absurdity, not very properly, by supplying the word yet ; thus, If we believe not, yet he abideth faithful. The proper translation is, Though we be unfaithful, he abideth faithful; he cannot deny himself. 133.—2. Es groep, Siquidem, Since indeed.

2 Pet. ii. 4. E. your ο Θεος αγγελων αμαρτησ αντων εκ εφεισατο, since indeed God did not spare the angels who sinned.

134.-1. E. ye, Seeing at least, Chandler saith, e ge is used in this sense by the best writers : and in support of his opinion, cites Ælian. Pierce is of the same opinion, in his note on Co. loss. i. 23.

135.-1. E. xolly Although. Scapula translates ei nus, Etsi, etiamsi.

136.-2. E. Men, in the LXX. often denotes a question, and signifies, Num. Gen. iii. 11. Es un coxyes, Hast thou eaten of the tree 2-2 Cor. iii. 1. Es ren xor Sorev, Or need we, as some, letters of recommendation to you 2*

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141.-2. Eus, Into. Matth. ii. 13. Flee (us) into Egypt.* See also, ver. 14.-Acts xvi. 15. Come (815) into my house.* -Gal. iv. 6. God hath sent forth the spirit of his Son (615) into your hearts.*-Ver. 24. Bringeth forth children (615) into bondage. See Parkhurst's Dictionary in voc. eks.

3. Ess, To, unto, Ephes. iv. 13. E., Unto the measure of the stature.*-1 Pet. iv. 9. Use hospitality, (els ananass) one to an. other *

142.-1. Ers, Concerning. Thess. v, 18. This is the will of God by Christ Jesus (15) concerning you.* -Gal. iii. 17. The covenunt which was afore ratified concerning Christ.

2. Ers, For. Mark i. 4. John did baptize in the wilderness and preach the baptism of repentance () for the remission of sins.*-Rom. xi. 32. God hath shut up together all (Els at El Jelav) for disobedience.-xii. 14. Make no provision (815) for the flesh.*

-1 Cor. xvi. l. Now concerning the collection (15) for the saints.* _Col. i. 16. All things were created by him (xal eis,) and for him.*_2 Tim. i. 11. Euso, For which testimony.

3. Eis, On account of. Ephes. iii. 2. The grace of God which was given me (119 úpraes) on your account.—2 Thess. i. 11. E.só, On which account also we always pray. 4. Et;, On, ироп.

2 Cor. xi. 20. If one smite you (sis #POCWov) on the face.*

5. E's, Against, denoting a determined time. 2 Pet. iii. 7. Safely kept for fire (16) against the day of judgment.*

6. Eis, Governing the accusative case signifies In. 2 Pet. i. 8. Neither be barren nor unfruitful (£15 eriytworv) in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.*

7. Ess, Until. Ephes. i. 14. Which is the earnest of our in. heritance (119) until the redemption of the purchased possession.* -iv. 30. With whom ye are sealed (els) until the day of redemption.

146.-1. Eis, By. Acts vii. 53. Who have received the law (115) by the disposition of angels.*

155.-1. Ex, Eg. Belonging to.—2 Cor. ix. 2. 'O of Man Soma dos, Your zeal.*-Luke viii. 27. There met him a certain man, EX TWS Fodews, belonging to the city; as is evident from the latter part of the verse.

2. Ex, From. Rom. xiv. 23. Because he eateth not (ex) from faith : for whatever is not (ix) from faith is sin.--2 Pet. ii. 21. Than after they have known it, to turn (6x) from the holy commandment,*

157.-1. Ex, Among. Rom. ix. 24. Hath called not only, (¢£) among the Jews, but also (e) among the Gentiles.

163.-2. Ev, Into, throughout. Luke vii. 17. This rumour of him went forth (cv) throughout all Judea, and (w) throughout all the region round about.*

164.-1. Ev, For, denoting the final cause, or purpose. Matth. vi. 7. They think they shall be heard (cv) for their much speak. ing.* 1 Pet. iv. 14.-If ye be reproached (v) for the name of Christ.*

167.-1. Ey. Through. Luke i. 77. To give the knowl dge of salvation (tv) through the remission of sins. Rom. v. 10. We shall be saved (sv) through his life.-Ephes. ii. 7. His kindness towards us (cv) through Christ Jesus.*-yi. 10. Be strong (sv) through the Lord, and (iv) through the power of his might.

168.-1. Ev, Concerning. Gal. iv. 20. For I am exceedingly in doubt (Ev órss) concerning you.

170.-1. Ev, Nigh to. Joshua x. 10. Slew them with a great slaughter, (LXX. ~ rabaw) near to Gibeon.— Judg. xviii. 12. They went up and pitched (LXX. Ev Kspice Forcepsre) near to Kirjath. jearim in Judah ; Wherefore they called the place Mahaneh. Dan, Behold it is behind Kirjath-jearim.

172.-1. Ev, Among. I Cor. iii. 18. If any one (sv úrss) among you seemeth to be wise.*

174.-1. Ev, After, denoting similitude. Ephes. ii. 3. Er ós After whom also we all had our conversation formerly.

175.-1. Ev, Under. Rom. iii. 19. It saith to them who are (Ev TW vouc) under the law.*

179.-2. Ension, has likewise a causal signification, and is translated, Because, For. Matt. xxi. 46. When they sought to lay hands on him, they feared the multitude (smeldin) because they took him for a prophet.*-Luke xi. 6. Etoidn, For a friend of mine, in his journey, is come to me.*

186.-1. Exi, Of. Heb. viii. 1. Now () of the things which tve have spoken this is the sum*-ix. 15. For the redemption of the transgressions (FI) of the first covenant.

188.-1. Erı, In. 2 Cor. ii. 14. Remaineth the same vail untaken away (871) in the reading of the Old Testament.*

191.1. Eri, On account of, Philip. i. 5. Eti, For (that is, on account of,) your fellowship in the gospel.*

191.-1. Eti, Againsl. Matt. xxvi. 55. Are ye come out as (71) against a thief ?*_Mark iii. 24. And if a kingdom be divided (67) against itself.* _1 Pet. iii. 12. The face of the Lord is (17) against.*


2. Ext. To, unto, denoting the end for which a thing is done. Ephes. ii. 10. Created (67ı) unto good works.*--Philip. iii. 14. I follow on according to the mark, () to the prize.

3. Eri, Over, denoting authority. Acts xii. 20. Having made Blastus, (TOV ETT 78 XOIT WVOS T8 Bacinews) who was over the king's bed chamber, their friend.-Ephes. iv. 6. Who is, ei, over all.

4. Eti, Over, in respect of place. Heb. ix. 17. Is firm, (eti vaxpors) over dead sacrifices.-James v. 14. Let them pray (EFI) over him."

195.-1. H, Conjunction, And. 1. Cor. ii. 1. Came not with excellency of speech (») and of wisdom.-svi. 6. And perhaps I shall abide (n xal) and even winter with you.—2 Cor. i. 13. Than what ye read, (on rat) and also acknowledge.-X. 12. We dare not rank (n) and compare ourselves.

196.-1. H, is used interrogatively. Thess. ü. 19. H 8X6 xalue iners; Are not even ye

2* 203.-1. Ketws, Seeing. Gal. iii. 6. Kalws A prope, Seeing Abra, ham believed God, and it was counted to him for righteousness.

2. Katws, According, According as. Ephes. i. 4. Kewtws eğinegato jurs, According as he hath chosen us.*

3. Ku.tws, Even as. Rom. i. 28. Kot xa.twis. And even as they did not like to retain, &c.*_2 Pet. i. 14. Katos, Even as our Lord Jesus Christ hath shewed me.*

208.-1. Kan, Therefore. Rom. viii, 17. And if children (xal) then (therefore ) heirs.

209.-. Ket, Even as. Philem. ver. 17. Profitable to thee (xal)

even us to me.

210.-1. Kal, When. Heb. vii. 8. Behold the days come, saith the Lord, (ras) when I will make a new covenant.*

211. Kalo And yet. John iii. 11. And testify what we have seen, (xcl) and yet ye receive not our testimony.-See also ver. 32.

212.-1. Kal, So. Luke vi. 31. And as ye would that men should do to you, (xot) 80 do ye to them in like manner.-John vi. 57. As the living Father hath sent me, and I live by the Father, (rot) so he that eateth me.*-v. 9. As the Father hath loved me (xqyw) 80 have I loved you.*

224.-2. Kes, Morcover. Heb. vii. 15. (KG) Moreover, it is still more exceedingly plain.

225.-2. Kata, As, denoting likeness. Xenoph. Hel. 2. 92. Honoured (uno dmu8 YATA TOV TATEęc) by the people, as his father was.

228.-2. Kata, with a genitive, sometimes signifies, On, Upon. Mark xiv. 3. She brake the box and poured it (ratu TNS XEOears) on his head. Cor. xi, 4. Every man who prayeth or prophesieth (recem Ta xedaang fxwv) having a veil on his head.-Jude ver. 15. To execute judgment, (xat a FavTwv) upon all.*

3. Kata, Against, Contrary to. Gal. iii. 21. Is the law then (xxTag) against the promises of God ?* contrary to them.

232.-1. Kατα, Ιη. 1 Cor. xiv. 40. Let all things be done decently and (xuta totiv) in order.*-Heb. iii. 8. (XATX,) In the day of templation.

238.-2. Mev, by our translators is considered as a causal particle, Rom. xiv. 2. 'Os pev, For one believeth that he may eat all things.*

249.-2. Nor is used as an interjection of beseeching. John ii. 28. Koyun. Now therefore, little children, abide in him.

3. Nov, according to Raphelius, implies somewhat of admira. tion, or rather of indignation. Luke xi. 39. Nov üpsis o pagiratot, Now do ye Pharisees cleanse the outside of the cup, and the platter. Raphelius observes that Arrian in Epictet. uses vuy in the same


4. Nev, with the article prefixed, is used as an adjective. 2 Cor. viii. 14. Ev TW vuv respw, In the present time.-1 Tim. iv. 8. Zuns trs yuv, The life that now is,* the present life.—Matt. xxiv. 21. Ews 78 yur, supp. Keeles. To this (the present) time. *-Acts iv. 29. xal ta νυν κυριε επιδε τας απειλας αυτων. .

And O Lord behold their threaten. ings, τα νυν, supp. κατα τα πραγματα νυν, αccording to the frescens circumstances.

254.-1. 'Ori, Because. i John ii. 11. And knoweth not whi. ther he goeth, (oro) because that darkness hath blinded his eyes.*

2. 'Orı, sometimes hath an adversative sense, and must be translated But, Yet. Wherefore, Heb. viii. 9. may be thus trans. lated, Taking them by the hand to lead them out of the land of Egypt. ('Ori) But they did not abide in my covenant.- 1 John iii. 20. 'Oti Eur. But if our heart condemn us.

259,-1. 'Ori, When. 2 John ver. 4. I rejoiced greatly (ori) when I found of thy children walking in truth.

261.-. 'Or:, is used to introduce a new sentence. 1 John v. 9. If we receive the witness of men, the witness of God is greater. ('Ori) Now this is the witness of God, &c.

268. Ilaars, on the other hand. 1 John ii. 8. Tecnis, On the other hand I write to you a new commandment.

286.-1. flamu. Mintert observes, that time is used by the LXX. as an illative particle, itaque, propterea.

290.-1. Ipos, Of, Concerning. Heb. iv. 13. Ilpos ov, Of whom we speak.--Nehem. ii. 18. LXX. He spake-(Teos Tus day * TOP Bariews) of the words of the king.

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