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Religion » Some greek words and their meaning by: Jackson2(m) .:. Sun, 16 May, 2021 - 11:13:14:am GMT
1. Ginosko - to have the understanding, or knowledge by revelation. Ephesians 3:19

2. Epiginosko - knowledge that unites the one who knows with what he knows. It's knowledge with involvement. 1 Timothy 4:3.

3. Gnosis - knowledge based on science or intellectual activity. Ephesians 3:19.

4. Epignosis - exact or precise knowledge full knowledge with intimacy. It means full comprehension, recognition, or perception. 2 Peter 1:3.

5. Phronesis - wisdom of the righteous. It's a force, a spiritual elixir that places you within the ambit of God's will. It works beyond your natural understanding to cause you to do God's things God's way, in God's time and for God's purpose. 1 Kings 4:29-30.

6. Apokalupsis (revelation😉 means the unveiling of mysteries an insight into reality. Ephesians 1:17.

7. Photizo (enlightened) - which means to turn on the light in your heart. Ephesians 1:18.

8. Aido - it means to become aware, or to have knowledge with awareness. 1 Corinthians 2:12-13, Romans 8:28.

9. Eirene (peace) - is akin to the Hebrew word "shalom" which means peace without agitation, full of rest and prosperity. John 14:27, John 16:33

10. Phaneros (appear) - it means to spread abroad. 1 Timothy 4:15.

11. Allos Parakletos - which means "another of the same kind".

12. Lambano (receive) - which means to take possession of to take something and make it yours. John 16:24.

13. Teleios - perfect maturity completeness being brought.

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Re: Some greek words and their meaning by: Fashnet(m) .:. Mon, 17 May, 2021 - 09:09:58:am GMT

This is a lovely one as these words shows that one can link them up to the root meaning and the true interpretation is gotten collectively.

Meanwhile I wonder why there is the need to always refer to Greek words for their meaning because I see Greek words as not been different from it there general words.

The way I see it is to pick some english words and to be looking out for the meaning, what is the peculiarities that are in the usage and reference to the words in the Greek writing.

Except if the originality of all spoken written and communicated words are from the Greek words then I can relate to the studying of these Greek words that are the subject matter.
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Re: Some greek words and their meaning by: Administrator(m) .:. Mon, 17 May, 2021 - 09:33:03:am GMT

Fashnet
This is a lovely one as these words shows that one can link them up to the root meaning and the true interpretation is gotten collectively.
Meanwhile I wonder why there is the need to always refer to Greek words for their meaning because I see Greek words as not been different from it there general words.
The way I see it is to pick some english words and to be looking out for the meaning, what is the peculiarities that are in the usage and reference to the words in the Greek writing.
Except if the originality of all spoken written and communicated words are from the Greek words then I can relate to the studying of these Greek words that are the subject matter.
Greek language used to be the universal language for international and inter-lingual communication.
The word, alphabet derives from two Greek letters, Alpha for A and Beta (pronounced Veta) for B; and Omega is the last letter of the Greek Alphabet (hence we say, Alpha and Omega with reference to God, which literally means A and Z) .
Most biological, scientifical and educational words derive from the Greek language due to the fact that Greek scientists, philosophers and systems introduced the current and moodern education to the word.
I do speak very good Greek, you'd be surprised to realise how many Greek words that are in English language and all other languages around the word : many people do not realise that their own names are Greek rather than English.
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Re: Some greek words and their meaning by: Fashnet(m) .:. Wed, 19 May, 2021 - 07:01:37:am GMT

@Administrator: Thanks admin, this information is really revealing and helpful. I think it is much more clearer now than before. With this explanation l, think Greek words needs to be considered then when true and deep meaning of words are needed to be referenced.
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Re: Some greek words and their meaning by: Wonders(f) .:. Tue, 25 May, 2021 - 08:28:09:am GMT

Am so intrigue, you know why? Because whenever my pastor is teaching us, he will always refers to Greek words and I can say that my pastor has thought us almost all the words that am seeing here. I happen to be someone that loves to be coded with my expressions and mannerisms so am always excited when he's teaching and he refers to Greek words because most people don't really know the language especially here in Nigeria. Its so interesting and it made me to understand the bible more. When he mention what something in the Bible means in Greek, then he will break it down to pieces and seriously some of the things that are kind of complex in the Bible become really simple
Have come to love Greek words a lot and if I have the privilege to be taught the whole of Greek itself, I wouldn't mind. As much as I can, I really want to know as many languages as possible.
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