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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 tree fungus. 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.

a : (1a); First letter of the alphabet; a : One; a : Thousand. a : (1a); vbal prfx derived from iri , it characterizes: a. Perfect tense, b. Pluperfect tense, c. Aorist tense. a : (1a); imperat prfx of vbs; lo , nau , ouwm , ouwn ; or alioui , amou and derivatives, 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 or seller. abba : (Gk); m. Father; a title of respect given to elderly monks, abbot, or superior 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 of grass and plants.

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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, struggle agwnict/c , agwniz/t/c : (Gk); Unknown. agwnoyet/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.

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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, strong person. 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 of struggle. ayreu v. atre - Twin. ayrioc : (Gk?); n. Thou al-qaada, the 11th month of the Arabic lunar calendar. aywr : (728a); n. Hatur, the 3rd month of the Coptic calendar. ai= v. iri - To do. aiai , oi (Q): (1b); vi. To increase, advance in age; (Q) great, honored; ---: m. Increase, growth. aiguptia v. aiguptioc - Egyptian. aiguptiazecye : (Gk); (w/ er- ) vb. To be like 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 - Of Egyptian 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, demand, assumption, petition. aiou : (19b); n. (w/ er- ) means to go or travel. 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. (2) akl/ , kal/ , akli , alk/ : (3b); f. A pottery vessel used for food or liquid storage. akli v. akl/ - Pottery vessel. akm/n : (Gk); adv. Still as yet. akxiwma = axiwma - Honor akolouyia : (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. (1) akinoc : (Gk?); f. A worm (?). (2) akinoc : (Gk); m. Basil-thyme. (1) akl/ , kal/ : (3b); f. Weasel.

akw , agw : (3b); f. Thing destroyed, carrion, filth, destruction. al : (3a); m. Pebble; hailstone; testicle; spot, patch on skin, eruption. al- v. aloli - Grape. alabactron v. alabactroc - Alabaster. alabactroc , -on : (Gk); m. Alabaster, white marble; a case box or casket made of 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 be weary, 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. alektw r v. alektruwn - Cock. alexanarinoc : (Gk); m. Native of alexandria. al/yinon v. al/yinoc - True. al/yinoc , -on: (Gk); adj. Real, trustworthy, true. al/yoc = al/ywc - Truly. al/ywc : (Gk); adv. Truely, actually, in reality. al/i : (4a); imperat of ali= ; vi. To mount, go up, go on, go on board; --- ehr/i : vi. To mount up, ascend in years; --- 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.

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.

aligwn : (Gk?); m. A kind of candy or sweets. alil , alili : (6a); m. Field mouse.

aloli , al- , el- , leli- : (54b); m. & sg as 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. Child- slaying; 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. Pronunciation book, elementary reading book. alvab/tarion v. alva - Pronunciation book. alvab/ton v. alva - Alphabet. alvab/toc v. alva - Alphabet. alwm : (670a); m. Cheese. alwou , -oui : (6b); pl. Bunch (of grapes).

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 the month. alk/ v. akl/ - A pottery vessel. alk/ v. alke - Last day of the month. alkoproc : (Gk?); m. A brittle metal used in 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 of trees. all/goria : (Gk); f. Allegory. all/louia : (heb); Hallelujah, praise God. allogen/c : (Gk); adj. Stranger, of another race. (1) allo/ : (6a); m. Salamandar; an eastern bird. (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, angle.

alwoui v. alou - Youth. alwoui v. alwou - Bunch. alwj v. aloj - Arms. alswou v. aloli - Raisin. alaji : (6b); pl. Whales. amaiou v. iom - Seas.

am- v. ham- - Craftsman. amal/j : (7b); vi. Embrace; jineramal/j : m. Act of embracing. amahi : (9a); vi. To prevail, rule, be in possession, lay hold on, restrain; vt. To grasp, embrace, possess, restrict, detain; --- ejen- : vb. To rule have power over; --- nem- : vb. To hold with, support; --- hijen- : vb. To hold back, detain;

(1) amoni : (8a); vi. To prevail, be in possession, be strong; vt. Seize, possess, detain; --- ejen- : vb. Same meaning; --- nem- : vb. To support, help; --- nten- : vb. To hold, be in possession of; endure, wait for; --- hijen- : vb. To overcome; --- hijwf , atsamoni nten- : adj. Unrestrained, uncontrollable; metatsamoni nten- : f. Un- controlledness, intemperance; ---: m. Handle; --- nten- : m. Endurance, patience; metrefamoni nten- : f. Endu- rance; 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 to shore, lie in port; vt. To bring into shore or 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.

---: m. Power, possession; atamahi : adj. Unrestrained, uncon- trollable; metatamahi : f. Uncontrolled- ness, incontinence. ame , am/ : (55b); f. Hoe (for digging). ameyuctoc : (Gk); m. A precious stone `Amethyst'. ameleia : (Gk); n. Character or conduct of a 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 meaning. am/ v. ame - Hoe. am/ v. amou - Come! am/iri : (56a); f. Inundation, high water. am/n : (Heb); adv. Verily, of a truth, so be it; amen. am/r : (679a); m. Arms, embrace. am/ou : (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 - Am- monia. ammoniakoc ,, -on : (Gk?); m. A kind of plant; 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) an- : (10b); m. lit. The great one of. (2) an- , pl. anan-: (10b); Prfx in collective numerals. (3) an : (10b); neg. part. following subj. and predicate; 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 read aloud, lecture, reading. anagnwct/c : (Gk); m. Reader. anayema : m. An accursed thing, curse, excommunication, a person devoted to the devil. anay/ma : (Gk); m. A votive offering (set up 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 ropes or 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 - Evening anar,ia , -ac : (Gk); f. Anarchy, law- lessness. anar,iac v. anar,ia - Anarchy. anar,on v. anar,oc - Without begin- ning. anar,oc , -on : (Gk); adj. Without head or chief, without beginning. anar,wc = anar,oc - Without begin- ning. anactacic : (Gk); f. Resurrection, awa- kening, standing up; feast of resurrection. anactrov/ : (Gk); Unknown. anatol/ , -/c : (Gk); f. The rising of the sun or moon; east. anatol/c v. anatol/ - East. anaus v. anas - Oath. anavora , -ac : (Gk); f. Offering, sacri- fice; liturgy. anavorac v. anavora - Liturgy. ana,wrin : (Gk); (w/ er -) vb. Act of re- tirement. ana,writ/c , -tou : m. Anchorite. ana,writou v. ana,writ/c - Ancho- rite. 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 - Harbor.

anz/b : (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 arabic year. 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, wake up; 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, in thoughtlessness. 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 or wantonly. anocioc : (Gk); adj. Unholy, profane. anro v. ro ( hanro ) - Porch.

anti : (Gk); prep. Opposite, against, in place of, for the sake of. antigramma : (Gk); f. Duplicate letter. antigraveuc : (Gk); m. Checking- or copying-clerk, a public officer. antigrav/ , -on : (Gk); f. Written reply, plea, transcribing. antigravon v. antigrav/ - Plea. antidikoc : (Gk); m. Opponent or adver- sary in a suit. antikumenoc : (Gk); Unknown. antilegin : (Gk); vb. (w/ er- ) To speak against, gainsay, contradict. antilogia : (Gk); f. Contradiction, contro- versy. antilogoc : (Gk); m. Contradictory, re- verse. antion v. antioc - Opposite. antioc , -on : (Gk); adj. Set against, face to face, opposite, contrary. antl/ma : (Gk); m. Bucket for drawing water. 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 - Head. an[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, without passion 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, once only. 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 growing old, aging. apat/ , -/c : (Gk); Trick, fraud, guile, treachery, Deceit. apat/c v. apat/ - Deceit. apeiroc v. apiroc - Ignorant. apelpizin : (Gk); v. (w/ er- ) To be despaired. 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, unbelie- ving, suspicious. aplwc : (Gk); adv. Singly, in one way, simply, absolutely, plainly, frankly, generally. apograv/ : (Gk); Unknown. apodazecye : (Gk); v. (w/ er- ) To bid farewell. apodeixic , -dexic : (Gk); f. Demonstra- tion, showing forth, making known, exhibition, publication, proof.

apodexic v. apodeixic - Proof. apod/mon , -oc : (Gk); adj. Away from one'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 - Apo- calypse. apokalu'ic : (Gk); f. Disclosing (of hidden springs), uncovering (of the head), revelation (esp. of divine mys- teries), manifestation; biblical book of Apocalypse. apokricic : (Gk); Unknown. apolabin = apolauin - Pleasure. apolauin , -aucic : (Gk); f. Act of enjoying, 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 divide off, separate. aponia = aponoia - Unknown. aponoia : (Gk); Unknown. aporin : (Gk); Unknown. apoctat/c : (Gk); m. Apostate; deserter, rebel, seceder. apoctolik/ v. apoctolikoc - Aposto- lic. apoctolikon v. apoctolikoc - Aposto- lic. apoctolikoc , -/ , -on : (Gk); adj. Apos- tolic. apoctoloc : (Gk); m. Apostle, messenger, messenger from God, ambassador, envoy. apocunagwgoc : (Gk); m. One expelled from the synagogue. aprokr/cic = apokricic - Unknown. apul/ : (Gk); Unknown.

apoun v. (2) apouc - Lame. (1) apouc : (14b); m. Bald (from ring- worm). (2) apouc , -oun : (Gk); m. Lame, without foot 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. Arabian. arab/c : (Gk); adj. Arabic; acpi nremarab/c : f. The Arabic language. 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 prfx formed 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, guarding. ar/b , 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 mostly in number w/ the subject of the clause; fellow, companion; each other, together, mutually.

ariymoc , -ou : (Gk); m. Number, arith- metic; 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 - Arios pagos. arioc pagoc v. areioc pahoc - Arios pagos. arictolo,ia , -ac : (Gk); f. A herb used in healing of gaut, it is said that originally it was invented to ease the birth process. arictolo,iac v. arictolo,ia - A kind 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 which the 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 foresail of a ship, the pricipal pulley (in a system). ar,aioc v. ar,eoc - Ancient. ar,ei : (Gk); f. Beginning. ar,eoc , ar,aioc : (Gk); adj. Antiquated, ancient, old-fashioned. ar,/ , ar,i : (Gk); f. Beginning, origin, foundation, heavenly power, magistrate; metar,/ : f. Leadership, authority, government; erar,ecye : vb. To begin, start to work. ar,/aggeloc : (Gk); m. Archangel. ar,/gin : (Gk); Unknown. ar,/diakonoc : (Gk); m. Archdeaconate.

ar,/diakwn : (Gk); m. Archdeacon. ar,/epickopoc : (Gk); m. Archbishop. ar,/ereuc : (Gk); m. Arch-priest, high priest. ar,/ylit/c : (Gk); Unknown. ar,/mandrit/c : (Gk); nn mf. Abbot, head of a monastery or a convent. ar,/cunagwgoc , -ou : (Gk); m. Ruler of a synagogue. ar,/cunagwgou v. ar,/cunagwgoc - Ruler of a synagogue. ar,/tektwn : (Gk); m. Master-builder, architect. ar,/telwn/c , -ou : (Gk); m. Chief publican, chief toll-collector. ar,/telwnou v. ar,/telwn/c - Chief publican. ar,/triklinoc : (Gk); m. President of a banquet, head-waiter. ar,i v. ar,/ - Beginning. ar,iereuc = ar,/ereuc - high priest. ar,ontoc v. ar,wn - Ruler. ar,wn , -,ontoc : (Gk); m. Ruler, com- mander, chief magistrate, governor. arwma , -atoc : (Gk); m. An aromatic herb or spice; aroma. arwmatizecye : (Gk); v. (w/ er-) to spice, perfume. arwmatikon v. arwmatikoc - Aro- matic. arwmatikoc , -on : (Gk); adj. Aromatic. arwmatoc v. arwma - Aroma. arwoui , rwoui : (306b); m. Stubble. ars/t , ers/t : (16b); vb. Same as tarso , `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, pro- fane, sacrilegious; m. ungodly one; metaceb/c : f. Ungodliness, profanity. acyeneia : (Gk); f. Want of strength, weak- ness, 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. hasti- ness; 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. acma : (Gk); m. Song esp. lyric ode, hymn. aco : (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- ) To welcome 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, astro- logy. actrologoc : (Gk); m. Astronomer; later - astrologer. ack/tou v. ack/t/c - Hermit. ackoc : (Gk); m. Wineskin, bellow.

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, in- corporeal. at- , 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 elas- ticity, weak, slack. atopon v. atopoc - Foul. atopoc , -on : (Gk); Out of place, out of the way, disgusting, foul, extraordinary. atparaba : (Gk?); adj. Without taking by force. atre , pl. ayreu , atreu : (726b); A doubled thing, twin; testicles. atreu v. atre - Twins. atrovia , -ac : (Gk); f. Want of food or nourishment, atrophy, starvation, diet. atroviac v. atrovia - Atrophy. atrovoc : (Gk); adj. Ill-fed, non-viable, ill of atrophy. at[ne , a[ne- , at[nou= : (25b); prep. Without. at[nou= v. at[ne- - Without. at[r/n v. a[r/n - Barren. au- v. a- About. aouan , aban : (20b); m. Color; appea- rance; aoui aouan , abi aban : Variety of colors; aouin : m. Jaundice.

aoub/t : (21b); m. Collection, company (of persons); (monastic) congregation, mo- nastery. augouctoc , -ou : (Gk); m. Augustus, August. augouctou v. augouctoc - August. au/r , 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 of colors. aouin , ab/n , abin : m. (ship's) Cargo, load; ataouin : adj. Without cargo. aouin v. aouan - Jaundice. auic : (19b); imperat. part. Give, bring hither; come. aul/ , -/c : (Gk); f. Open court (before the house), 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 with suffix of things limited; ataur/j= : neg adj. Limitless, boundless. autokratwr : (Gk); adv. One's own master, 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 living being; metaphor; as title, chief; capital (of money); 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, sacra- mental "chalice". avovi v. avwv - Giants. avoui v. (1) af - Flesh. avwt v. evwt - Crocodile. avwv ; pl. avovi , avopi : (21b); m?. Giant. au,aric : (Gk); adj. Without grace or charm, ungracious, thankless, unpleasant, disagreeable. a,at/c : (Gk); m. Agate (precious stone). a,i v. aqi - Sedge. a,rantoc : (Gk); adj. Undefiles, immacu- late. a,w , pl. a,woui & sg as pl.: (662b); m. Magician, wizard; meta,w : f. Magic. a,wrictoc : (Gk); adj. Not parted, un- divided, 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, faint- hearted. awratoc : (Gk); Unknown.

as : (22a); I. interrog. pron. Who, what?; varies with nim , ou ; II. indef. pron. A certain, whatever; III. indef. interrog. part. as= v. asi - To hang. as- (p.c.) v. ws - read. asai , os (Q): (22b); vi. To become many, multiply; Q. many; ---: m. Multitude, amount; metasai : f. Number, multitude refasai : 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. (1) af ; pl. afoui , aboui , avoui , & sg as pl: (23a); m. Flesh (human or animal), meat; canaf : n. Meat dealer or seller; eraf : vb. To become flesh (of con- secrated 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 shamful gain; metafjir : f. Greed of shamfule gain. aqi , a,i : (25a); m. Marsh herbage, sedge. aqo= : (25a); interrog. pron. with suffixes referring to subject of phrase; what, why? asira : (23a); f. Chameleon. asiri v. iri - Diligent person. asikap v. skap - Cry. asmi v. wsem - Soot.

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 - Yes ahi : (24a); m. Length, limit of life, life span; erahi : vb. Pass life; nebahi : n. Long-lived, only with met- or 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 vi. to 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-back or haunch back. a[in : (744a); m. Scented herb, mint; asin ncyoi = a[in ncyoi : n. Aromatic plant.

a[ne- v. at[ne- - Without. a[ni : (26b); mf. Blemish, stain; ata[ni : adj. Stainless;

metata[ni : f. Stainlessness;

era[ni : vb. To be stained; erata[ni : vb. To be stainless; hia[ni : vb. To cast a stain. a[r/n , at[r/n : (26b); f. Barren female. a[o : (753b); m. Armpit.

b

b : (27a); 2nd letter of the Coptic Alphabet; b , f. b ] : the numeral '2'. ba- : (28a); used in names of metals, e.g. barwt 'brass'. baal : (Heb); m. Baal, an idol of the Assyrians and the Phoenicians. babulon v. babulwn - Babylon. babulwn , -on : (Gk); f. Babylon; babulwn n,/mi : f. Babylon Egypt, lies opposite Giza city east of the Nile. baempi : (39a); n. Goat; manibaempi : n. Goatherd. baymoc : (Gk); m. Step, threshold, rung of a ladder; step or degree of dignity. (1) bai : (27b); m. Branch of date-palm. (2) bai : (28a); m. Night raven; screech-owl. bairi v. bir - Basket. va ]baki : m. Citizen; erremnbaki : v. To be citizen. bakt/ra v. bakt/ria - Cane. bakt/ria , -ra : (Gk); f. Staff, cane. baksar v. sar - Tanner. bal : (31b); m. Eye; balbwn : m. Evil eye; hi noubal : v. Cast a glance (from window). balanoc : (Gk); m. Acorn. balkou : (38a); f. Bottle (for water). balmbah v. balmbeh - Bald. balmbeh , -bah , aloubeh : (813a); m. Bald-headed person. balcamon : (Gk); m. Balsam tree. balh/t v. h/t - Simple-minded. bara/it v. bar/it - He-goat. barbaroc : (Gk); m. Babarian, i.e. non- greek, foreign; brutal, rude. bar/it (var. bara/it , bar/out ): (43b); m. He-goat. bak= v. (1) bwk - To go. baki : (30b); f. City, town;

bar/ou t v. bar/it - He-goat. baroc : (Gk); m. A weight, burden, load; adj. heavines. barot v. barwt - Brass. baroh : (44b); m. Fodderer. barwt , -ot : (43b); m. Brass, bronze; homt barot : m. A composite metal. barsin : (44a); n. Caulker, caulker's ma- terial, or act caulking. bac= v. ouici - To saw. bacanizin: (Gk); (w/ er- ) v. To examin closely, torture, rake. bacanoc : (Gk); m. Torture, agony, tor- ment. bacileuc : (Gk); m. King. bacilik/ v. bacilikoc - Royal. bacilikon v. baciliko c - Royal. bacilikoc , -on , f. -/ : (Gk); adj. Royal, kingly, belonging to a king; m. basilica. bacilic , -icca : (Gk); f. Queen, empress. bacilickoc : (Gk); m. Princelet, chieftain; Egyptian cobra bacilicca v. bacilic - Queen. bacic : (Gk); f. Step, base, pedestal, foun- dation, basement. bacn/t v. becn/t - Smith. bact- v. bwct - To be dry. bacour : (44b); m. Antimony. (1) batoc : (Gk); m. Bramble, small tree, bush. (2) batoc : (Heb); m. A Hebrew liquid measure. (3) batoc : (Gk); adj. Accessible. bas- v. bws - To strip. bas= v. bws - To strip. basi : (47a); m. Corps, mummy, a dead body

basor : (47b); f. Fox. basour : (47b); f. Saw;

ro mbasour : n. Saw-edged.

basous : (47b); m. The plant 'rue'. bah v. ouah - Oasis. bah- v. ouwh - to put. bahmi v. ouwhem - To answer.

lau nbeni : n. Cluster of dates; cerbeni : n. Palm-thorn; senbeni , sebeni : n. Palm fiber.

benipi : (41a); m. iron; a. as metal;

bahci : (48a); f. Heifer. baji : (512b); n. Blow.

b. as chains, fetters, sword; c. adj.; ]benipi : vb. To put iron upon. benn/ : (266a); f. Door-post, threshold, step. benji : (41b); f. elephant's trunk. berber : (42b); vi. Boil; --- ebol : vi. To cause to boil, pour forth; --- epswi : vi. To boil up, over; ---: m. Boiling heat. berber- v. borber - To push. berbir : (42b); f. Missile. berbwr= v. borber - To push. bere[woutc : (44b); f. Chariot.; modern 'car'. beri : (43a); adj. new, young; n. new thing, young person; metberi : f. Newness, youth; mberi : adv. Newly, recently; iri nberi : vt. To make new, renew; erberi : v. To become new. berci : (43a); m. Orach (atriplex). berci] : (43b); m. Basket, bread basket. bert v. ouert - Rose. bers/ou : (44a); m. Coriander seed. berso : (44a); m. Sinner, malfactor, wretched, bad one. becywn v. ouocyen - To broaden. becnate v. becn/t - Smith. becn/ t, bacn/t , pl. becbate : (44b); m. Smith. bet- v. bo] - Pollute. betbet : (46a); f. A vegetable, common pea. betc v. bwtc - War. be,e , pl. be,/oui : (30b); m. Wage;

baj/ini v. abaj/ini - Glass. baj/ni v. abaj/ini - Glass. bajini v. abaj/ini - Glass. bajrwou = ouejrwou v. ouoji - Door-post. bebi : (28b); vi. To bubble, to well up (of a spring); vt. to pour forth. bring forth, rain down; refbebi : m. Bringer forth; metrefbebi : f. Outpouring; jinbebi : m. Pronouncing (of a name). beelzeboul v. belzeboul - King of demons. bel- v. bwl - To loosen. belzeboub v. belzeboul - King of demons. belzeboul , -boub , beelzeboul : (Heb); m. Beelzebul, king of demons, lord of dung; orig. the Philistine god worshipped at Ekron. belywn : (37b); n. Lion. belle , f. -/ , pl. -eu : (38a); m. Blind per- son. metbelle : f. Blindness; erbelle : v. To be or become blind, to make blind. belleu v. belle - Blind persons. bell/ v. belle - Blind female. belhwl : (48a); f. Kind of date-palm; unripe date; the fruit 'date'. belj : (38b); fm. Pottery, earthenware; erbelj : v. To be made of pottery. beni v. b/ni - Swallow. beni : (40a); f. Date of palm-tree; bai nbeni : m. Palm-branch; ,af nbeni : n. Stem, trunk of palm;

]be,e , ]mpibe,e : vb. To pay wage, reward; ref]be,e : m. Wage-giver, hirer; [ibe,e : vb. To receive wage; [iebe,e : vb. To take at a wage, hire; rembe,e : m. Wage-man, hireling; atbe,e : adj. Wageless; sebiebe,e : m. Recompense. bes , b/s : (46b); n. Unripe fruit of fig tree. besswi v. bws - Naked. behbeh : (48a); m. Howling, barking. behi : (47b); m. File (iron). bejbwj= v. ouojouej - To chew. beji v. b/j - Falcon. bej/n v. be[/n - A rush. be[/n , -j/n : (48b); n. A rush. b/ : (28a); f. Grave. b/b : (28b); m. Cave, hole, den, nest. b/k (Q) v. bwk - Gone. b/l (Q) v. bwl - To loosen. b/ma : (Gk); m. Step, pace; raised place or tribune, tribunal of a magistrate. b/ni , beni : (40a); m. Swallow (a bird). b/t : (45a); m. Palm-leaf; f. rib. b/] (Q) v. bo] - Pollute. b/tc/ v. bwtc - Female warrior. biki : (31a); n. Horse's strap, girth, nose ring. bik,i , buk,i , bi,ki , bukki : (31a); n. A plant or fruit, cyperus esculentus; colt's foot. binaj : (41b); m. Dish. bini : (40a); f. Crucible, among goldsmith's utensils. bioc : (Gk); m. Lifetime, livelihood, means of living, life, vita. bir , f. bairi , pl. br/oui : (41b); m. Basket (of palm-leaves). bici v. ouici - To saw. b/s v. bes - Unripe fruit. b/s (Q) v. bws - To strip. b/j , beji : (48b); m. Falcon.

bi] : (495a); vi. To waste away, to dry up. bi,ki v. bik,i - A plant. bij : (48a); m. Bones used as dice, i.e. dice. biji : (48b); vi. To be wrecked. bla : (37a); A musical instrument, a type of harp or small bell. blaptin : (Gk); (w/ er- ) vb. To diable, hinder, distract, mislead; damage, hurt, injure. bo/yeia , -yia : (Gk); f. Help, aid, cure. bo/yia v. bo/yeia - Help. bo/yoc : (Gk); m. Helper, auxiliary, assistant. boisi : (47a); f. A desert animal, a kind of antelope. boki : (31a) n. Verbally in erboki , emboki ; vi. To conceive, conceive by; vt. to conceive (a child); mboki : m. Conception; f. pregnant woman; jinerboki : mf. Conception. bol= v. bwl - To loosen. bolc v. ouwlc - To lean. boni v. bwn - Evil. bon] , fen]- : (41a); f. Gourd, cucumber; gourd-garden; [loj mbon] : n . Gourd. borber , berber- , berbwr= : (657a); vi. To be loosed, fall to pieces; vt. to throw down, push; --- ebol : vb. To cast forth; --- ehr/i : vb. To cast upon, into; ---: m. Expulsion. bocer v. ouocer - Oar. bot- v. bo] - Pollute. botan/ : (Gk); f. Pasture, fodder, herb, weed; botany. botbet v. ouwt - To be green. botc= v. bwtc - To fight. bosbes v. ouosoues - To strike. bof : (505a); m. Lung. boh v. bwwh - Name of an idol.

bohi : (47b); m. Dyke, trench. bohi v. ouohi - Fisher. bojbej v. ouojouej - To chew

--- ebol : vb. To loosen, untie; be melted; be dispersed, scattered; dissolve, nullify; relax, annul (laws); absolve; destroy; pay (penalty); go to pieces, perish; slacken, grow weak, faint; be wearied; be loosened, paralyzed; be released, die; upset, unhinge; be loose (in conduct); --- ebol : m. Loosening, slackening, solution; release, pardon; annulling (of magic, demons); weakening, feebleness, collapse; dissolution (death); --- ebol nem- : vb. To be open, free with; atbwl : adj. Indissoluble, unending; jinbwl : f. Interpretation; --- ebol : m. Loosening, freeing; ebol : adv. Out, forth, outward; menenca ebol : prep. After, beyond, henceforth; same as icjen ebol ; ebol je- : conj. Because, for; mbol : adv. Outside, without; spread abroad, famed; extant, in existance; eb/l : adv. Outside of, except; eb/l je- : w/ vb. Introduces conditional; cabol : prep. (w/ e- ); Outside of, beyond, away from; adv. outside, without; saebol : prep. To the outside of, out of; adv. henceforth; to the end, forever, outwards, finally, utterly, at all; erebol : vb. To become loosened, become free, avoid, escape. bwn : (39a); adj. Bad; boni : f. Evil, misfortunate; ierboni : f. Evil eye. bwrp v. ouwrp - To send. (bwct) , bact- : (45a); vi. To be dry, parched. bwtc , botc= : (46a); vi. To be drawn up (for battle), fight; --- nem- : vb to fight against;

bo] , bet- , bot- , b/t (Q): (45b); All forms often with f for b ; vt. To pollute, hate, befoul, abominate; ---: m. Hateful thing, abomination; oi mbo] : vb. To become, be hateful; [ibo] : vb. To loathe, abominate; labo] : n. Sodomite.

bo] v. bw] - Durah. bo] v. ouwt - Herbs. bo]= v. ouw] - To send. brai v. mbrai - Seed of cereals.

brehi v. mbrehi - Cart. br/oui v. bir - Baskets. broukoc , -,oc : (Gk); m. Locust, or its wingless larva. brou,oc v. broukoc - Locust.

bukki v. bik,i - A plant. buk,i v. bik,i - A plant. bouhi : (48a); m. Eyelid.

bw : (28a); f. Tree where its fruit is specified as opposed to ss/n (tree in general; probably wood, plantation of trees). (1) bwk , bak= , b/k (Q): (29a); vb. To go, generally se is used. (2) bwk , f. bwki , pl. ebiaik and sg as pl.: (30a); m. Servant, slave; opposite remhe ;

erbwk : vb. To serve, labor; iri mbwk : vb. To enslave; metbwk : f. Servitude, slavery; metbal mbwk : f. Eye service.

bwki v. (2) bwk - Servant girl. bwl , bel- , bol= , b/l (Q): (32a); vi. To loosen, untie; melt; interpret, explain; weaken, make faint; nullify (order or deed); dissolve, destroy; be immaterial; pay, remit; ---: m. solution, interpretation;

besswi : pl. lit. Secret parts uncovered; --- ebol : vi. To be naked, revealed; vt. to uncover, lay bare, divest of; m. nakedness; jinbws ebol : m. Laying bare, display. bwhem v. ouwhem - To answer. (bwhn) , ouwhn : (48a); vt. To cover (with roof). bwj v. ouwj - To cut. bw] , bo] : (45b); m. Durah (a cereal), millet.

---: m. (battle) Array, war; atbwtc : adj. Impugnable; refbwtc : m. Warrior; erbwtc : vb Array against, make war with; betc : n. War; b/tc/ : f. Female warrior. bwwh , boh : (47b); A name of an idol at Alexandria. bws , bas- , bas= , b/s (Q): (47b); vi. To be loosened, undone; (Q) to be naked; vt. to strip, divest, lay bare, unsheath, despoil, release, give leave; ---: m. Nakedness; refb/s : m. Naked person;

g

g : 3rd letter of the Coptic alphabet; g : the numeral 'three'. gabaya , gabay/ , gabbaya : (Gk); f. Gabbatha, an elevated place or tribunal. gabay/ v. gabaya - Gabbatha. gabbaya v. gabaya - Gabbatha. gaza : (Persian); f. Treasure, large sum of money. gazovulakion : (Gk); m. Treasury. gala : (Gk); m. Milk. gal/n/ , -/c : (Gk); f. Calm, gentle. gal/n/c v. gal/n/ - Calm. galileoc : (Gk); Galilean. gamoc , gamocun/ : (Gk); m. Wedding, marriage, wedlock. gamocun/ v. gamoc - Wedding. gar : (Gk); conj. For, because. geenna : (Heb); f. Gehenna, hades. (1) genea : (Gk?); f. New, recent. (2) genea : (Gk); f. Race, family, generation, offspring, birth-place, age. geneoc v. (2) genoc - Generation. genecic : (Gk); Origin, source, nativity, generation; the biblical book of Genesis. gennaioc v. genneoc - Noble. genneoc , -naioc : (Gk); m. Noble, excel- lent. genn/ma : (Gk); m. That which is produced or born, child, product, fruit.

genn/cic : (Gk); f. Birth, engendering, producing. genn/t/c , f. -tria : (Gk); m. Begetter, parent, producer. genn/tria v. genn/t/c - Parent. genoc , geneoc , genouc : (Gk); m. Race, stock, kin, offspring, descendant, family, clan, house. genouc v. genoc - Race. gewgravia : (Gk); f. Geography. gewgravikoc : (Gk); mf. Geographical. gnwm/ : (Gk); f. Means of knowing, intel- ligence, thought, judgement, opinion, intention, verdict. gnwcic : (Gk); f. Knowledge. gnwct/c : (Gk); m. The rank of reader in the Coptic Church; one who knows, expert witness. goggul/ : (Gk); f. Eastern cress. grammateuc : (Gk): m. Secretary, regis- trar, clerk. grammatik/ : (Gk); f. Grammar. grav/ , krav/ : (Gk); f. The Holy 'Scrip- ture', book, writing. gumnacia : (Gk); f. Exercise, training, maneuvers; gymnastics. guptioc , f. -ia = aiguptioc - Egyptian. g/ : (Gk); f. Earth, land, soil. gnovoc : (Gk); m. Darkness.

d

d : The 4th letter of the Coptic Alphabet; d : the numeral '4'. damazin : (Gk) (w/ er- ) v. To overpower, tame, subdue, conquer, overcome. daneict/c , danict/c , f. daneictia , danictia : (Gk); Money lender, credi- tor, one who lends with interest; daneictia v. daneict/c - Creditor (f). danict/c v. daneict/c - Creditor. danictia v. daneict/c - Creditor (f). daxic v. taxic - Order. dapan/ , tapan/ : (Gk); vb. To consume, use up; ---: f. Cost, expenditure, extravagance. davn/ : (Gk); f. White mangrove, a type of coral. de : (Gk); part. But, now, moreover, and. delta : (Gk); The letter ' d '; m. anything shaped like a triangle, esp. island formed by the mouth of a large river. decpot/c : (Gk); m. Master, lord, lord of the house, owner. deuteronomion , deuderonomion : (Gk); m. biblical book of Deutronomy. d/miourgoc : (Gk); m. Creator, skilled workman, handicraftsman, maker, produ- cer. d/moc , -ciwc , -ciwn , t/mocion : (Gk); Public dues, tax. d/mociwn v. d/moc - Tax. d/mociwc v. d/moc - Tax. dia v. zeuc - Zeus. diaboloc : (Gk); m. Satan, devil, enemy, slanderous, slanderer. diad/ma , -t/ma : (Gk); m. Band, dia- dem, crown worn by kings, fillet. diado,oc : (Gk); m. Successor, substitute, deputy. diay/k/ : (Gk); f. disposition by will, testament, covenant;

--- napac : f. Old Testament. --- mberi : f. New Testament. diakonei v. diakonia - Service. diakonia , -ie : (Gk); f. Service, minis- tration, body of servants or attendants; the office of the diaconate. diakonoc : (Gk); m. Deacon, servant, attendant, official in religious guild. diakricic : (Gk); f. Separation, dissolution, segregation, differentiation, examination. diat/ma v. diad/ma - Diadem. didackal/ v. didackaloc - Teacher. didackalia v. didackaloc - Teach- ing. didackaloc , f. -/ : (Gk); m. Teacher, master; didackalia : (Gk); f. Teaching, instruction, elucidation, training. didimoc v. didumoc - Twin. didou : (Gk?); n. Consecration of thought. didumoc , didimoc : (Gk); adj. Twin, double, two-fold; n. testicles, ovaries. dikaioc , dikeoc , -on : (Gk); adj. Just, right, upright, righteous, impartial, civi- lized. dikaiocun/ , dikeocun/ : (Gk); f. Right- eousness, justice, rectitude, fulfilment of the law. dikact/rion : (Gk); m. Court of justice. dikeoc v. dikaioc - Just. dikeocun/ v. dikaiocun/ - Justice. dioiket/c v. dioik/t/c - Adminstrator. dioik/t/c , -ket/c : (Gk); m. Adminis- trator, governor, procurator. dioikin : (Gk?); vb. To follow, chase, threaten. dioc v. zeuc - Zeus.

diploic : (Gk); f. Double cloak. dipnon : (Gk); m. Banquet, dinner.

diptu,oc , tiptu,oc , tupdi,oc , -on : (Gk); m. Difnar - a book that

dopatioc : (Gk); m. Jewelry, precious stone. douloc : (Gk); m. Slave, bondman. doux : (Gk); m. Duke, prince, king, leader. doupia : (Gk?); f. A type of old coins. drakwn : (Gk); m. Dragon. dromoc : (Gk); m. Course, race, flight, contest. drumoc : (Gk); m. Thicket, desert, wilder- ness. dunamic : (Gk); f. Power, might, strength, authority. dunatoc : (Gk); adj. Strong, mighty. durannoc v. tyrannic - Tyrant. dwrea : (Gk); f. Gift, present esp. bounty. dwron , -oc : (Gk); f. Gift, present, gift of honor, votive gift. dwroc v. dwron - Gift.

includes hymns commemorating the saints of the day in the Coptic Church. dickoc : (Gk); m. Dish, disk. ditioc monac : (Gk?); n. The Arabic month of Gamada-al-awal; --- dioc : n. Gamada-al-akhar or -al- thani. diwgmoc : (Gk); m. Chase, pursuit, per- secution, harassing. diwkt/c : (Gk); m. persecutor, pursuer. dokim/ v. dokimoc - Trial. dokimoc , -/ : (Gk); adj. Examination, trial, test. doloc : (Gk); m. Cunning, trick, treachery. dox v. doxa - Glory doxa , dox : (Gk); f. Glory, honor, pride, repute, opinion; doxa patri : Expression ' Glory be to the Father". doxologia : (Gk); f. Laudation, glori- fication, doxology.

e e : The 5th letter of the Coptic Alphabet called ei , eie ; e : The numeral 'five'. (1) e- , ero= , (2nd pl. erw= ): (50a); prep. I. dat.: to, for, according to, as regards ; purpose: for, in order to; about, because of; from, by means of; direction: towards, to; against; comparison: than ; in adverbial expressions. II. indicating direct object with many verbs of sensual perception, mental action, and with other vi's. III. coordinating a second vb. (2) e- : (52a); vbal prfx. used before nominal subject ' ere- '; characterizes the circum- stantial, or precedes other auxiliaries either in subordinate or coordinate clause. eat : (61a); m. End, farthest part. ebdomac : (Gk); f. A period of seven days, week, the numbr seven. eben v. asben - Enchanter. ebi : (52b); n. Darkness. ebiaik v. (2) bwk - Servants. ebi/n : (53a); mf. A poor, wretched person; ebiw : (52b); m. Honey. eblal/ : (Gk); f. Damage, loss, injury, harm. ebo , pl. ebwou and sg as pl.: (178a); m. Dumb person; metebo : f. Dumbness; erebo : vb. To become, be dumb. ebol v. bwl - Out. ebrehi v. mbrehi - Cart. ebr/j (mostly cetebr/j m.): (53b); f. Lightening. ebwou v. ebo - Dumb person. ebsi v. wbs - Sleep. eggravon v. eggravoc - Contract. adj. miserable, wretched; metebi/n : f. Misery.

eggravoc , -on : (Gk); m. Written docu- ment, contract. egkrateia , -tia : (Gk); f. Self-control, mastery over, control over; i.e. chastity, asceticism, economy; egkrat/c : adj. Hold fast, self-con- trolled, strong; i.e. ascete (n). egkrat/c v. egkrateia - Self-control. egkratia v. egkrateia - Self-control. egkwmion : (Gk); m. Encomium, eulogy, panegyric, laudatory ode, praise. ey- v. et- - Relative prefix. eyaus v. eyws - Ethiopians. eybe- , eyb/t= : (61a); prep. Because of, concerning; eybeou v. ou - Why?. eyb/t= v. eybe- - Concerning ey/ v. (1) h/ - forwards. eynikoc : (Gk); adj. Foreign, gentile; m. heathen, idol-woshipper, tax collector. eynoc : (Gk); m. Nation, people, caste, tribe. eymosi v. eyws - Ethiopian (f). eyws , f. eyosi , pl. eyaus : (65b); m. An Ethiopian person. eiebt v. iebt - East. eioul , eoul : (77a); mf. Hart, hind. eije : (Gk); prep. Then, for, if. ekatontar,oc : (Gk); m. A centurion. ekkl/cia : (Gk); f. Church, assembly duly summoned, an assembly. ekloli v. kelwl - Pitcher. ekmalwcia = e,malwcia - Captivity. eko] v. kwt - Builders. ekwt v. kwt - Builder. el- v. wli - To hold. ela,ictoc : (Gk); adj. Smallest, least; m. poor, wretched, of low status. eybeje- : conj. Because; eybevai : conj. Wherefore.

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