Index of Hebrew Words


«, Codex Sinaitlcus,....146, 234, 367,378, 472,

495, 509, 523. fV3K, 'poor,' whence term 'Ebionite,'. 360 Hos. 6:7, O^tG. « inJpwirot Lxx, "like men that break a covenant," 324


TTHK, Exod.3:14,1 am, 122,123

a singular noun, might have been

used instead of D'nSx, 152

JlSlJ. to fear, to adore, root of OTl^K,. 152

vnbit, i&2

emplo3*ed with plural verb 152

applied to Son, 152

not a pluralU majestaticua, 152

according to Oebler, "a quantitative

plural," 152

its derivation 152

list of Fathers who saw in such
plurals a reference to the Trin-
ity, 153

3, 2000, in 1 Kings 7:26, confounded

with j, 3000, in 2 Chron. 4:5 107

K13, implies production of elTect without natural antecedent, 140

in Kal used only of God, 184

never has accusative of material,.. 184 used, in Gen. 1 and 2, to mark introduction of world of matter, life,

and spirit, 184

distinguished from words signify-
ing ' to make' and 'to form,' 185

in Gen. 1:2, must mean 'calling into

being,' 185

the original signification 'to cut,' though retained in Plcl, does not militate against a more spiritual sense in other species, 185

J03 (continued),

the only word for absolute creation
in Hebrew, 185

12 Chron. 4:5, substituted for the 3 of

1 Kings 7:26 107

ITO^, 'the likeness of God," according to Moehlor: 'the pious exercise of

0Sjf, the religious faculty,' 266

according to Romanist theologians,

a product of man's obedience, 265

this view combated, 285, 266

;n ?, "seed," Gen. 22:18, referred to in

Gal. 3:16, 110

KOn, Hlphil, to make a miss.

Judges 20:16 xxvli, 288

nXDn, inapria, missing, failure, applicable not merely to act but likewise to state, 283

^B, 2 Kings 5:14, 0am';«r, 524

nirr 147

DV, 'day,' Gen. 1, 18

its hyperllteral interpretation, 193

advocates of this interpretation,... 193 often used for a period of indefinite

duration, 193

authors on meaning of 'day,' 193

theory that 'six days' indicates

series merely, 194

a scheme harmonizing the Mosaic

'six days' creation with the order

of the geologic record 194,195

ny\ 185

□•3n3, Ez. 1, Ex. 37:6-9, Gen. 3:24 224

to be identified with the ' seraphim'

and 'the living creatures,' 224

are temporary symbolic figures, 224

symbols of human nature spiritual-
ized and sanctified, 224


exalted to be the dwelling-place
of God, 324

symbols of mercy 284

angels and cherubim never together 234

In closing visions of Revelation no longer seen, 224

some regard them as symbols of divine government, 244

list of authorities on, 244

3'rD. 147

ntoy, 186

Din" WS??, identities himself with Jehovah, 153

is 6o identified by others 153

accepts divine worship, 153

with perhaps single exception in
O. T., designates pre-inearnate Lo-
gos, 153

authorities for and against this in-
terpretation 153

JfjJ, iSiicia Lxx, bending, perverseness,
Iniquity, referring to state as well

as act 284

"lp3, judicial visitation, punishment, .. 353 J'B'D, o<r«S«ia Lxx, separation from, rebellion, indicative of state as well

as act 283,284

D1??, Oen. 1 : 28, according to Moehler,

'the religious faculty,- 268

according to Bellarminc, 'ipsa natu-
ra mentis et voluntatis a solo Deo
fieri potuit,- 286

□Si* (continued),

according to Scholastic and Roman-
ist theologians, alone belonged to

man's nature at its creation, 265

required addition of supernatural
grace that it might possess original

righteousness, 266

I this theory combated 285, 266

piy, Hiphilformin Dan. 12:3, best ren

dered 'they that Justify many,'... 472 ^np. its meaning in O.T. and Targums, 497 perhaps used by Christ in Mat. 18:17, 497

how it differs from ««»Ai)<na, 487

n-, 147

J,*"), bad, evil (from to be unquiet, in movement, with the sound of breaking, shattering — Gesenius,

Lex., 8th ed.) 284

J'BH.a wicked person (J'tSH, wickedness, from J'BH, to be slack, loose, untrustworthy; hence ungodly, unrighteous — Gesenius, Lex., 8th

ed.) 28*

Snk', an alleged root of Sheol xxix, 560

hi'lC*. a probable root of Sheol, xxlx, 580

hiHt, its derivation, 580

its root-meaning, xxlx, 560

the soul is still conscious In, 560

God can recover men from, 560

D'SniP, Is. 6 : 2, to be identified with the 'cherubim' of Genesis, Exodus and Ezeklel, and with 'the living creatures' of Revelation 224