Don’t know biblical languages but wanna look up an original-language word? Strong has you covered.
From time to time I refer to Strong numbers or Strong’s numbers. I suppose I need to explain ’em before people get the idea I’m introducing them to numerology.
|the man Moses was very m., above all the men||H 6035|
|The m. shall eat and be satisfied||H 6035|
|The m. shall he guide in judgment||H 6035|
|and the m. shall he teach his way.||H 6035|
|But the m. shall inherit the earth||H 6035|
|to save all the m. of the earth.||H 6035|
|he will beautify the m. with salvation||H 6035|
|reprove with equity for the m. of the earth||H 6035|
|The m. also shall increase their joy||H 6035|
|to preach good tidings unto the m.||H 6035|
|and turn aside the way of the m.||H 6035|
|Seek ye the L
|Blessed are the m.: for they shall inherit||G 4239|
|for I am m. and lowly in heart||G 4235|
|Behold, thy King cometh unto thee, m.||G 4239|
|even the ornament of a m. and quiet spirit||G 4239|
So check it out: The meek inheriting the earth comes up twice, actually. In
Some bibles have a mini-concordance in the back, to be used as just this sort of index. They don’t include every word. Really, not even an exhaustive concordance does: There are 64,040 instances of “the” in the
Anyway. Dr. James Strong wasn’t the first guy to produce an exhaustive concordance of the
Wanna know the original word for “ass” in
ὑποζύγιονhupozugion, hoop-od-zoog'-ee-on; neuter of a compound of 5259 and 2218; an animal under the yoke (draught-beast), i.e. (specially), a donkey: ass.
Nice, huh? Wanna know the original word for “buttocks” in
Yes, I’m twelve.