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Nouns Used at Least 100 Times in the Greek New Testament

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Lessons in This Class

13 Lessons (1h 6m)
    • 1. Introduction

      3:18
    • 2. θεός, Ἰησοῦς, κύριος, ἄνθρωπος, χριστός

      7:00
    • 3. πατήρ, ἡμέρα, πνεῦμα, υἱός, ἀδελφός

      4:44
    • 4. λόγος, οὐρανός, μαθητής, γῆ, πίστις

      4:49
    • 5. ὂνομα, ἀνήρ, γυνή, νόμος, κόσμος

      5:39
    • 6. χείρ, ἂγγελος, ὂχλος, ἁμαρτία, ἒργον

      4:23
    • 7. δόξα, πόλις, βασιλεία, ἒθνος, Παῦλος

      6:01
    • 8. καρδία, Πέτρος, χάρις, σάρξ, προφήτης

      4:47
    • 9. λαός, σῶμα, φωνή, ζωή, Ἰωάννης

      5:38
    • 10. δοῦλος, αἰών, ἀρχιερεύς, θάνατος, δύναμις

      6:05
    • 11. ἀγάπη, βασιλεύς, ἐκκλησία, οἶκος, ἀλήθεια

      5:52
    • 12. ὣρα, ψυχή, ἐξουσία, ὁδός, ὀφθαλμός

      5:07
    • 13. Conclusion

      2:26
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Learn all of the nouns that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament (GNT). This class is part of our series Lessons in Biblical Greek Vocabulary.

Suggested Prerequisite

Writing Your Name in Biblical Greek

Frequency of These Words

There are about 130,000 words in the Greek New Testament (GNT). And around 13,000 word forms are represented by the words that you'll learn in this class. That's just about 9.5% of all the words in the GNT. That means that by the end of this class you will know almost 10% of all the words used in the Greek New Testament!

Why Learn This?

First, you'll expand your knowledge - your knowledge of Biblical Greek and of language in general.

This course will also encourage you to flex your creative muscles through the regular lesson reviews and the final course project of creating flashcards for these words.

You'll enjoy genuine interactions in our class community.

And you'll learn and apply new skills to use toward your tangible goal of creating flashcards for these words.

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Paul Weir

Husband / Father / Teacher / Disciple

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Currently a Business Office Manager specializing in payroll and student collections at a Christian University in Wisconsin. Have been an assistant registrar, librarian, help desk administrator, software tester, technical writer, and way too much more...

BBA in Computer End-User Technology from UW-Whitewater 
MA in Bible with a Biblical Languages concentration from Bob Jones University

Taught Greek at a small Bible college in Edmonton; Run explainingthebook.com and several other smaller websites utilizing SEO; Coach one of my sons' youth soccer team and help out with their wrestling club as well; garden on the side; eat and sleep when time allows.

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1. Introduction: welcome to this course on islands that are used 100 times or more in the Greek New Testament. This is, Ah, part of the Siri's lessons and biblical Greek vocabulary. There's only one prerequisite that I would suggest for this course. It's the ah, the other course that I teach called writing your name and biblical Greek. Let's talk about the frequency of the knowns that we find in this lesson in the Greek New Testament, which I'm gonna be referring through sometimes. Just as the GMT Greek New Testament. There there are around 130,000 words and 13. About 13,000 of them of the word forms are represented by the words that you're gonna be learning in this class. So if you do the math, that's like 9.5% of all the words that are used in the Greek New Testament, you're gonna know by the end of this class Well, why learn why learned 55 words that are used 100 times or more in the Greek New Testament? Well, I have several reasons that I hope you consider first is just to expand your knowledge, expand your knowledge of biblical Greek. Expand your knowledge of language in general. Even your knowledge of the English language will be helped by knowing some of these words. Also, you get the flex your creative muscles. After each one of these lessons, I have a review exercise that you'll do with the rest of the learning community. Here. You also have AH course project that will, as it says there, flex your creative muscles. You get to be creative with this. It's not just listening to what I'm saying. It's actually putting into practice what you learn. I trust you'll have genuine interactions in the community. That's one of the wonderful things about skill shares, that you can actually have those kind of interactions with your fellow classmates. And, of course, you get to learn and apply new skills, learning these words. You get to learn and apply those skills toward tangible goals like our project. It's simple and yet tangible, and I trust will be kind of fun. You get to create flashcards either physical or electronic. I don't really mind. Either way, you get to create flashcards for all 55 words in this course, and then you get to share those flash cards with your classmates. Certainly used them, uh, make every attempt to memorize these words. So let's get started with these 55 now ones that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament. 2. θεός, Ἰησοῦς, κύριος, ἄνθρωπος, χριστός: So as we start this Siri's as we talk about knowns used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament. We're gonna start with downs number one through five. And I'm just gonna read them there and we'll study him a little bit more. You've got the 1st 1 There is the US 2nd 1 There is a Seuss curious on three paws and Christa's the first Will capital. Your word being hot? The US um, simple meaning is God. You can imagine that in the Greek New Testament, God is a prominent now and that's used. And so that is the one that's actually used the most in the Greek New Testament. Half the US ways to remember that if if you need pneumonic devices like I do, this is helpful. Think of theology. It's a study of God. Think of the name Theodore means gift of God. Doris is a gift. So Theo Doris is a gift of God. And Timothy is another name that incorporates that Greek words the US A. To the end There the fee means to honor God, yea, Seuss's the next word. Then you can probably guess that just by even hearing it, but the name that now it means Jesus or it could even be translated as Joshua, which is more of the Old Testament. Ah, word for Jesus, Jesus being Greek, Joshua being, um Hebrew. But in the Greek New Testament, yea suits can even be Joshua. Speaking of the Old Testament Ah, character Joshua, The way to remember this I mean, it's pretty easy, right? But if you think of the Spanish way of saying Jesus is actually Jesus, that's actually a little bit closer to the Greek word there. Yea, Seuss. So that should be pretty easy. Ah, curious simple meaning of that word is Lord Master or sir Ha Korea's helpful ways. Remember that would include Ah, the Latin um the Latin phrase Curiel, Ace on Lord have mercy. So the lace on is have mercy. The curier is Lord, that's Latin, not Greek. Sometimes when you're moving over from Greek into Latin, group salons become wise. So that would explain that. But Ha! Curious, Curious alias on Lord have mercy. You could remember it with a phrase like this. Are you curious about the Lord? And so we've had several words about God. Jesus, the Lord. Obviously, you'd expect the Bible the New Testament, especially to be speaking about those realities. And the next word is another prominent idea in the Greek New Testament. Hot Anthropologists Man doesn't necessarily have to be male, often times it is in the Greek New Testament, and yet it could just be referring to a person or human as well. And the way to remember that helpful way I trust is anthropology. Fever in college, studied anthropology. It's a study of there's more to it than this, but it's basically at its and its route. It's a study of humanity, study of humans, even in, ah, systematic theology, if you've ever you know better the seminary or anything like that. Anthropology is the study of what the Bible says about man. So from God to man to God again, Hocker Stauce Simple meaning behind that is Christ or Messiah would be more Hebrew way of saying that Christ, our Messiah so pretty easy, right, cause I mean, it's just kind of Ah, it's Ah, the English isn't much different than the Greek there, Christus Christ. Ah, we have Ah, nice Greek word again Here. Crist ology. It seems like any word if you end if you end it with an ology, it's a study of whatever is at the beginning of that word. So Crist Ology is a study of Christ, the study of what Scripture says about the Messiah. So here we are at the review. See those words there? The US, UK Seuss curious on Three Paws and Christa's? So those were the words. Let's talk about the challenge. I'd like you to click Pause on this After I explain this here, Click pause on this video. Go ahead and try to type these words in the community section below this video. Ah, if you've taken the class on how to write your name in biblical Greek, that would be a tremendous help along these lines and help you to do that. Eso go ahead and type those words and give the simple meaning of each. I mean, you know, just to kind of quiz yourself. Just Teoh, drill this into your mind. Hopefully, this is a help to you. So type. The words give the simple meaning of each and bonus points for coming up with new ways to remember these words. I gave you some ideas. But I'm sure you guys have better ideas than than Ah that I haven't thought of even next up , we're gonna talk about the next five now ones that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament. And I'd also like to just throw out some ideas that are just kind of optional. You don't have to do them, but But I encourage you to do maybe one of the following. Ah, either click the follow button to get updates from this channel. I do plan to make some more videos along these lines about biblical Greek. And if you like what you've been experiencing so far than clicking, the follow button will ensure that you see those new classes as their published. Also, you can leave a review toe, let others others know what you're learning in this class. You could tell a friend as well or social media contacts about this class 3. πατήρ, ἡμέρα, πνεῦμα, υἱός, ἀδελφός: So let's continue on with the next five knowns that are used 100 times or more in the Greek New Testament. We're going to be studying this lesson. Patera Hey Murrow Numa Who? Yas and auto farce. So we'll start with hop a tear, simple meanings, father or even parents, especially when used in the plural pot air and ways to remember this. You've got a word like patriarchy, which is literally a rule by fathers or male leaders. You've got Patrick as, ah, name. Maybe that's easier to remember if your dad's name was Patrick or the Latin phrase Potter Noster, which is the prayer that begins our father. Hey, hey, Mara, that's what you see up there means day or more broadly, as time and these air some helpful ways. Remember this. You can save yourself. Hey, it's a murder a day. That's kind of William. Ah, a word that's actually really here. We've got ephemeral, which means something that lasts for only a day. Ephemeral. You can see the hay Murrah in in that word, ephemeral tall Numa means spirit, breath or win. And you can remember that by words like new mythology, which is the study of the spirit, the Holy Spirit, when it's ah, speaking of of the scripture there or a pneumatic, which means that it works by air, you know, by the spirit or the breath or the wind, that kind of thing. And pneumatic tube that, um, you see it the drive through at the bank. Those two words help you to remember this this word, Numa Ha ha! We us means son. And, uh, the ways to remember this include some kind of funny phrases like you asked me who he is. That kind of sounds like we us who he is. He's my son. Or who yes, that's my son again. I'm grasping for things here to help you to remember this, but you'll probably think of something better than I have been ableto to think up here. Auto False means, brother Ways to remember that An easiest way in my mind is to remember the ah sitting in Philadelphia, a city of brotherly love, Brother Otto Fost There's a Phylis or philo on the front there, which means something like love Ah and ah, Adolphus Ah! At the end, there means brother, So to review, Here's our words parterre Hey, Mara Numa we us and auto False And the challenge that I posed to you after every at the end of every lesson Sue, Click Pause on this to type these words in the community section down below this video I'd like you to then kind of give the simple meaning of each and again bonus points if you come up with new interesting ah, helpful ways for your fellow classmates to remember these words. And next we will do what we did this time learn five more knowns that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament, of course, is always optional. Click the follow button to get updates from this channel. You can leave a review toe, let other others know what you're learning, and you could tell a friend or social media contacts about this class. 4. λόγος, οὐρανός, μαθητής, γῆ, πίστις: and, as we continue with now, owns 11 through 15. Ah, we come across these next five, log us Rana's month and tastes gay and pissed us. So to begin, we have ha Lagos. Simple meaning is word, statement, message or speech. It's, ah, fairly broad word, but it could mean any of those four things. And actually, if you look at the Greek New Testament, there are several situations where it means something different than that. Even some ways to remember it would include any time you see a word with the ending of O l o G y ology. It's a statement pertaining to whatever was at the beginning, their theology, our statements pertaining to God or words pertaining. Teoh set us to God. Um, something like that could remember it Also, by the remembering of the word log us sometimes contained words. I should say logos, right. If you're saying it like the typical English speaker, you're saying Logo's logo was sometimes contain words. Lagos words Next up is how we're on us. Simple meaning for that word is heaven, sky or air and ways to remember that one is simply the planet that's up in the heavens, which most English speakers would pronounce as Uranus, which gets people in trouble sometimes. So now that you're a Greek speaker, you can say you can call it to run us right and sound very sophisticated about that. Ah, next way to remember it is uranium. And you can remember that if you enrich and misuse uranium, you can blow us up to heaven. We're on us. Hamadeh Tastes means disciple or pupil. Let's remember that this statement the pupil learns math from the disciple kind of puts it all together there or the other statement used math to count the cost of being a disciple. Monthly tastes Hey, gay is the next word. It simply means earth, land, ground or soil. Hey, gay ways to remember this geology. Gay Allah, Gus, Right? We learned about log us earlier Gay all Agus geology which are matters pertaining to the earth or even the name George Georg OSCE In Greek, it means farmer worker of soil. Hey, gay. Hey, pissed us means faith or faithfulness. And you can remember though that term that word by these few phrases here you can say you better believe that the pistons one especially If you're from Detroit, I don't know if the Pistons ever win, but when they do, you can say you better believe that the Pistons one. Or you can say, I don't believe that you have a pistol like Pistons, right? I don't believe that you have a pistol. All right, so that's pissed us. So for the review, here's the words you learned Lagos. Run us. Martha tastes gay and pissed us, and the challenge is always click pause on this lesson. Type these words in the community section below this video give the simple meaning of each that you learned. And then again, if you can think of something that's even better and more helpful, I'm all years and would love to hear it next. We're gonna look at the next five now and is used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament. An optional of course you can follow it. Follow this ah channel, leave a review for this class, or tell a friend or do all three on all. Be very happy for that 5. ὂνομα, ἀνήρ, γυνή, νόμος, κόσμος: And here we are with now on 16 through 20 that have been used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament. We've got on Emma on their gun a na, mus and cosmos. So it's diggin. Our first word is talk on Emma, and simply it means name. You have this phrase nom de goor or a nom de guerre. However you say that I'm this is Greek class, right? And I'm an English man, not a ah, not a French speaker. I believe that's French, but that means name used in war. Uh, Jean, you err ease or and ah nam name. That's ah helps us to remember on Emma non. Our second word is how on air another form of it is on draw. So you can see that a second word there simply means man could mean husband could also mean brethren like fellow Christians in the New Testament. And you can remember it with phrases like Andrew is a man, you know, Or her husband has an android phone right husband. Another meaning for on air or Andronicus is one of the brethren on here. Third word here. Hey, goony. It's ah means woman or wife and you can remember it. Ah, with these kind of phrases like Gina is a woman, right? Or my wife is a gynecologist, right? That's that G Y N e. That's from the Greek goon A Alright, oftentimes in Greek, A Greek up salon. You see that kind of you looking letter there in green A. It turns into a why when it comes over to English So gynecologist has to do with ah with women. Ha na mus means law Now this is not autonoma, right? We learned about Autonoma before on Emma means name Hot Mamas is law. And you recognize that An OM ending in you know, the economy, astronomy, things like that. That thes English words that end in n o M. Y. It's basically talking about the law of whatever the law of the eco economy Um, the law of the Astros, you know, the the s, that kind of heavens, the outer space. Ah, place out there. So, NAMI eyes is the way to remember this word. Um and that's na mus. Our next word is hot cosmos, and it simply means the world. You have several words in English that come from this Greek word Cosmology is the law Gauss of the cosmos. It's a study of the the origin of the universe, Origin of the world. Things like that is cosmology. Cosmetics is basically the act of applying. Uh, you know things to your face in your hair and such that make you look orderly like the world is orderly. The world is an orderly system. Um, it's put in order and cosmetics is you trying to put yourself in order physically to make your appearance orderly, and then, uh, the English word Cosmopolitan is literally a city of the world. We're going to see that policies a t end their policy p o L um, And then after that is, uh is city in Greek. So you've got a cup policy. A city of the cosmos, a city of the world. How, Cosmas, And to review your five words that you learned in this lesson on Emma on their goon, a non mus and cosmos and is always a challenge to you is to click pause here to type these words in the community section below this video to give the simple meaning of each that I have Ah, I've suggested and given to you. And then, of course, if you can find better ways to help your fellow students remember these vocabulary words, I would love to see that up. Next, we're gonna learn the next five knowns that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament. Of course, as always, I encourage you to follow this channel toe, leave a review of this class and to tell a friend about what you're learning here. 6. χείρ, ἂγγελος, ὂχλος, ἁμαρτία, ἒργον: All right. We're continuing our study of now ones that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament were unknowns. Number 21 through 25 which include care on Gallas och, loss Hammar, Tia and Ergen. We start with care. Hey, care. And the simple meaning of that word is hand ways to remember. This would include ideas like the chiropractors work with their hands. You can kind of see Chire care something like that in people who practice with their hands care a practice or you can start about a caring hand just to remember that care means hand How on glass is next simple meaning and this is almost cheating. But the you know English word angel. You can see that in there. Even you can hear it on Gallas Angel And what is an angel beside really heavenly messenger . So it could just refer to a human messenger or an angelic messenger Ways to remember this word. If you need help with that, you could say something about the angel Came to Mary with a message, right? The angel the on glass came to marry with a message about Jesus conception and coming birth . How are classes next? That means crowd or people. Ah, Kloss. You can save yourself. It's a crowd. It's It's crowded with all these people in a closet. And when I'm trying to do, there is a clause. It kind of sounds like OC loss. So it's crowded with all these people in one in a closet. A closet. Och loss crowd of people. Hey, Homer, Tia is sin. That's the Ah, that's the meaning of that word. You could remember it by remembering that sin is harmful. Kind of sounds like ha Marty a right harmful Ha Marty, A sinner Top Ergen is the next word. It means work or deed talk organ. And you can remember this by recalling that ergonomics is the pursuit of improving people's physical work conditions. Right? Ergonomics? Um, and we learned about nah, mus before, right, which means loss. So, like kind of the law of work, like how best to make work work, right? You can also remember my ergonomic keyboard doesn't work right? Her economic keyboard doesn't where I don't like ergonomic keyboards. I don't know about you, but Ah, I certainly don't. So, no, it wouldn't work for me orca or economic, uh, work Oregon work. As we review the five words that you've learned in this lesson, we've seen care, Angela's AUC Loss, Hammar, Tia and Ergen. The challenge as ah as we've done before, is to click pause on this video type. These words in the community section below this video give the simple meaning of each word that I have provided and then bonus points. Of course, they're coming up with new, exciting phone ways to remember these words for your classmates. Up next, what else? But the next five now is that air used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament. Of course, I'd ask you to follow this channel. The review on this course and tell a friend or your social media contacts what you're learning in this course. 7. δόξα, πόλις, βασιλεία, ἒθνος, Παῦλος: all right. Here we are continuing our lessons and biblical Greek vocabulary were in this subsection of now ones that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament were announced number 26 to 30 which include these five words Doxa, Paul, ISS boss Ilia Ethnos and Polo's. So let's dig in. We start with the word Hey, Doxa simply means glory. You can remember this by recalling that docks ology is literally in Greek a glory word or a matter of glorious statement of Gloria Glorious statement even docks ology Doxa Lagos The glorious word where you can save yourself My what a glorious docks And you have glorious docks unlike Doxa. Or how about this? The docks are simply glorious at that hospital. Oh, I make myself laugh. Sometimes the docks get it like docks Doctors. You could say docks are Doxa. You know, they're simply glorious at that hospital. All right, I tried. That's my attempt at humor. So that's Hey Doxa! Hey Paul! ISS is a city of polyps in Greek. Is city ways to remember this? We have several. Metropolis is a big city. It's big in measure like meter, meter op Elice. It's Ah city of great measure, or I mentioned this in a previous lesson. But Cosmopolitan is a combination of this word here, Paul iss with the Greek word Cosmos. It's a city of the world. Or how about Neopolitan? Simply saying it's a new city in Neopolitan or you could save yourself. The folks in that city are so polite. Paul Iss city Next is Hey, boss Saliyah. It simply means kingdom Um you could remember this by saying to yourself Basil is the national herb of that kingdom. I don't know if any kingdom has basil as the national herb, but you could just kind of ah picture that in your mind. I think the next word is Taw Ethnos simply meaning gentile as in not a Jew. In the Bible world, there are two main people groups. One is the Jews and one is this group the eth the eth Noia, I guess in Greek Ah, but Ethnos So I could mean gentile as in a non Jew Or it could simply mean a nation ways. Remember this word? Uh, it's fairly simple, I think, because we have a lot of words that are Ah borrowed in English from this creek word like ethnic. He talked about ethnic. It's talking about a nation, right or ethno centrism your your centered on a ah particular nation particular. Maybe. Ah, you might say race. However, race really doesn't enter into this. Ah, Greek word, but ethno centrism. You get that ethnography, you know, writing about a nation, writing about different nations on that kind of clues you into the fact that gras fee is actually taken from another Greek word that you'll learn in our in our verbs later on. And lastly, but not least, Lee, we have ha Paulus. And this means this name means this word means Paul, I should say, actually, that's my name. So I like this word. Ways to remember this. Ah, I don't know what else to say. It's Paul. Okay, Paul, Uh, if you don't know he was an apostle and wrote 13 books of the New Testament. And therefore his name comes up quite frequently in both epistles and the Book of acts in particular. Paulus. So here's the words that you've learned Doxa, Paul, ISS boss Ilia Ethnos and Paulus. The challenge, as always, is toe pause. This video to type these words in the community section below this video and try to give the simple meaning of each See if you can remember them. If you have to go back and look, that's fine. But try your best to challenge yourself here and and just write what you remember. And then, of course, bonus points. If you can think of a better way to remember the vocabulary word and the corresponding English meaning behind it. And next, as you would expect, we're gonna go through the next five now ones that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament. And, as always, I encourage you to click the follow button to get notified of more classes that are offered on this channel when they come available. Leave a review to tell people what you've learned from this class and certainly feel free to tell a friend or your contacts on social media about this course. 8. καρδία, Πέτρος, χάρις, σάρξ, προφήτης: And here we are continuing the lessons in biblical Greek vocabulary with the noun is that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament. We're gonna learn now is number 31 through 35 which include these cardio Petros Chorus, SAARC's and profit tastes. So let's begin. We start with Hey, Cardia means heart. And probably as I say it you just even recognize this word is related to our word cardiac. Right? So we talk about cardiac arrest. That's Ah, heart attack or cardiovascular has to do with heart and blood vessels. Right, Cardia? Ah, Petros is just like ha Paulus. It's just a proper name. And so Petros is Peter Waits, Remember? Just like with how Paulus Ah, it just means Peter. All right, so just remember that one. Hey, chorus means grace or favour or thanks, if you have Ah, maybe your name is Carisa or caress. Maybe you have a friend or a daughter or something like that. That is has that name. This is with this word in Greek is what that name is, Dr. From cars. Ah finds its way into the English by some female names there. Where you can remember this statement. It says charity is a gracious act that Curries favor and should be responded to with things . Now that's really, really long. But I'm just trying to show that charity is a gracious act. First word there that Curries favor and should be responded to with thanks using all three words there. Um, however you want to remember that that's chorus and we have, Hey, SAARC's that means flesh, life or body. And you can remember this by some of the words that come into English. From this word you've got sarcophagus literally flesh eater. Something that eats eats the flesh, as in it encloses the flesh of sarcophagus is, um something that bodies are put into when they die. And, ah, very famous in Egyptian culture and things like that of ancient times. Sarcophagus. A SAARC's is eaten up, which is that the word, um, Fargo is actually Greek, for I am eating all right or sarcoma. That's ah type of cancer, and it's one that effects your flesh. SAARC's and lastly, how profit taste means profit. That's pretty easy, isn't it? Prophetic is a foretelling of what's to come. Profits do that. Profits Ah, four tell what's to come. And so if something's prophetic, it's having to do with profits and what they would be telling how perfect things. And these are the five words you've learned so far. Cardia, Petros caress, SAARC's and profit Tae's and the challenge to you once more is to click pause on this video . Type these words in the community section below the video. Give the simple meaning of each. Try to remember that from just from memory from what you just saw, and you can certainly go back and watch the videos if you need to the rest of the slides. But try your best to really remember what what I've presented already here. And, of course, feel free to give your best ways to remember these words and up next we have the next five now ones that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament. Please follow this channel. Leave a review of this class and tell a friend what you've been learning here. 9. λαός, σῶμα, φωνή, ζωή, Ἰωάννης: okay, as we continue in lessons in biblical Greek vocabulary, we're just studying here in this class now, ones that are used at least 100 times in the Greek in your testament and we're studying now owns number 36 through 40 which include these words loss, Soma phone a za way and Yanni's. So let's begin. Ha Loss means people. You could remember it in either of these ways with a statement in 2016. The population of the nation of Laos, I think, is how they say it was 6.758 million. All right, the people right. The people of los are that numerous or you talk about laypeople right there. Just when you talk about laypeople, you're kind of being redundant. You're talking about people, people, right, as opposed to clergy. Kind of this. Suppose that idea that there are, you know, this kind of priestly class. All right, the clergy or kind of the the priests and the ones that are higher up the lay people are just the normal, you know, average folks. So laypeople loss means people. Next word is tossed. Soma summon means body in Greek. You talk about psychosomatic. There was ah song a while ago that talked about this kind of thing. Um, literally, That phrase means soul body psycho Soul suk A will talk about that, but then we've got this. So, Mama, there is, well, psychosomatic something dealing with both soul and body. Kind of the the inner part of you that that you can't see you can't measure, but then the external part, the body as well and kind of the relationship that those two entities have within a person . So Soma means body. Next word is Hey, phone a means voice or sound and you got a word like telephone, which is literally voice at the end. Tell us, is end in Greek. Phone us or I should say Phone a here. Phone a is voice or sound. There's a sound or a voice at the other end of the line. Telephone fanatic is when you sound something out, right? You sounded out. You voice it out that kind of thing or, ah, microphone. It's a small It's a small voice. I mean, in the sense that it's a small appliance that you just put up to your mouth and it sounds out your voice. This small little thing sounds out your voice with a microphone. So that's a phone, a voice or sound. Hes away means life. The name Zoe. You know, probably few ladies named Zoe in your life. Basically, her name means life. You can also remember it like zoos. Okay, Zoo. That you would visit a zoo contains many forms of life, right? Many sort of forms of animal insect life and all that stuff avian life and what have you So that za way means life, Okay. And then the last word is Yanni's. It simply means John, and that's all it is. It's just Ah, it's a longer we in English. We shorten it up and say, John, just a nice short name. Proper name there in Greek. It's it's kind of elongated you Lonnie's. So we review the ah, five words that you've learned in this lesson. We've got loss Soma phone a Zoet and Yanni's. And the challenge, as always, is to click pause on this video. Type these words into the community section. Give the simple meaning of each again. Try to remember that's best. You can try to remember what I've said already don't try not to go back to begin with, but if you have to, then it's certainly go back and ah, refresh your memory on, um, you know, on the meanings of these words. And then I, uh, always welcome you coming up with new ways to remember these words and kind of fresh fun ways up. Next, we're gonna learn the next five knowns that occur 100 times or more in the Greek New Testament. I, as always, encourage you tick, follow this channel to leave a review of this class and to tell a friend what you've learned. 10. δοῦλος, αἰών, ἀρχιερεύς, θάνατος, δύναμις: So we continue our lessons in biblical Greek vocabulary, and we've been studying now ones that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament. So this lesson has unknowns. 41 through 45 which include these we've got. Do loss I own are kid or use phone itas and dune Imus. Ha Doulas means slave or servant. You can remember this with the English word doula. If you yourself have been pregnant or you have a wife that's been pregnant, sometimes the hospital will offer this kind of lady that's called a doula. What is that? Well, it's a kind of a midwife who serves as a mother in labor. Or, I should say, who serves a mother that serves as a mother but serves a mother in labor to deliver her child. So, you know, obviously not a literal slave, but someone who's serving the laboring mother to kind of help her to deliver her child in a more comfortable way. So that's one English word that would help you to remember, do Loss is doula is a servant. So do loss servant or slave. How I own means age forever or even world Now, I understand you've already learned Cosmos, right? Cosmos means world. In another sense, I own Ken mean world as well in a new in a kind of a nuance sense that we're not going to get into at this point because we're just learning simple vocabulary. Just remember that I own comedian age forever or world. You can remember this phrase in astronomy and a on is a 1,000,000,000 years, All right, and a 1,000,000,000 years. Okay, you could kind of say forever. 1,000,000,000 years is a long time. So, um ah, a on is Ah, English word. That's kind of brought over from probably from Latin, but originally from Greek, I'm sure. And it means a long, long time. Ages forever ago. All right, so that's how I own how are care use and just notice how I say that our k r use cause, like the Yoda Absalon in the middle of that were there is not a diff thong. It's not like it has one smooth pronunciation. As far as we know now, Um our our knowledge is limited about that. But I think the best way to ah pronounce it is our care. Our kids her use. Okay, So how are care? Use simply means Chief priest or high priest. Okay? And what this word is made up of is actually two Greek words itself. So you've got the ark at the beginning, plus the air use. Um the, uh a Ross would be from the word temple. Okay, so this is kind of a high templeman. Think arch templeman. Like a very important person in the temple, which, of course, priests were. Our next word is Hawthorne a toss? And that just means death. A few different English words that can help us remember this banana phobia is a fear of death. Of course, faux beos Greek from favas means fear. So with a fear of thon itas a fear of death, fanatic phobia or Thanet ology is a study of death again, the log us at the end there, meaning you know something about the words or the matters concerning death. So that's fun. Itas death. Next word is hey, Don Imus, which means power or a miracle? You can remember this word with the phrase is the power of dynamite, right? Dynamite. It's powerful. So Don Imus dynamite power Or do not miss this miracle that all your reading through the, uh, the Gospels and you say to yourself or you save your kids Maybe. Hey, do not miss this miracle due gonna miss this miracle. So it's Don Imus power or miracle. So let's review the words that you've learned we've got do loss I own arcade or use thon itas and Dune Imus to go ahead and click pause on this video, Type these words in the community section below the video. Try to also remember from just memory what you've just learned in the last few minutes what the word means. Type that down there as well. And then I'd welcome any suggestions as faras how you're remembering these words up next? We have, of course, the next five words that are used ah, 100 times or more in the Greek New Testament Next five. Now ones I should say, and as always, encourage you to click followed to follow this channel. Leave a review of this course until a friend what you've been learning 11. ἀγάπη, βασιλεύς, ἐκκλησία, οἶκος, ἀλήθεια: Well, you're continuing lessons in biblical grief vocabulary. We are in the now ones that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament that includes now owns 46 through 50. We've got a gap, a bustle Use Ecklie, CIA, oy, CAAS and a lathe. We start with Hagop means love. You can remember it with a few of these phrases here. We've got a gap. A fest, You know, I'm not sure if you're aware of that. Ah, it's a Christian rock music concert kind of thing. A copy fest, toe love fest. Um, we've got a got a house. There's Ah, there's a Christian ministry by that name. Love. How was hard? Or, you know, you might see every once in a while like a sign, maybe in a of a large town or something that maybe there's a church called a ga p church, and you probably were pronouncing it a gape. And maybe your mouth was a gape as you saw this church called a gape church. But it's actually not a gape. It's a copy. And it means love have all still use means King. We already had Bahceli A that was Heba Saliyah, the feminine known. This is a masculine on how Basel use means King Apostle use rules in his boss, Alaia, or the a phrase the king loves basil on his salad. The king loves basil on the salad. Basel use King. Next is Hey, Ecklie. CIA. This is a ah word used in the New Testament to refer to a church or the church or even a particular assembly or congregation church. Basically the word churches, pretty much an assembly or congregation for the most part. And so that's what that word means. Ec, clay, CIA. And the way that that word is constructed is actually EC is a proposition. So it's an EC clay CIA. EC means out of clay toss, which is what Clay see is from means called. It's a group that's called out for a specific purpose. So the church is called out of the world and assembly, where a congregation of individuals doesn't have to be religious necessarily, even in the New Testament, they come together for one purpose. They're called out of what they were doing to do something else. You could remember the phrases you know, I was called out of church to go to the assembly or come to church, the congregation called out, So that's Ecklie CIA, church or assembly or congregation. We costs Holocaust. His next meaning house, home or household. You can remember it like I Kia has furniture for your house, right? That furniture store, ikey, it sounds like because it has. I'm sure that's intentional, because I Kia has furniture for the, uh, people's homes right where you can think of economy. Uh, Oy Koss is Ah ah, household again. It means household Nam asses the law, the law of the house oId hold the economy all right. And even though we have e c o in English, it's actually from the week week Ah, route there from we cause so economy is the law of the household. So why Kos house, home or household? A lengthy eyes are next word. It means truth. And you've probably Maybe I shouldn't say probably, But you may have heard Ah, female name a lathe. Um, that would mean ah, truth, right? So lathe means truth, and we'll review with the five words that you've learned in this lesson. We've got a got a Bastille use likely CIA oy costs and a lathe. So go ahead and pause this lesson. Go ahead and type these words in the community section below this video. Give the simple meaning of each word. This is really just to kind of help you remember and kind of drill this into your mind. That's what we have to do with vocabulary. Just drill it into our mind and even find new and fun ways to remember these words and bonus points. As I say there, if you share that with the class so up next, we'll learn the next five rounds that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament. Feel Frito. Click the follow button to follow this channel. Leave a review of this class for others to know what you're learning and go ahead. And even you could tell a friend Get him her involved in this and ah, it's the more the merrier. Right, so we'll see you next time 12. ὣρα, ψυχή, ἐξουσία, ὁδός, ὀφθαλμός: we're continuing our lessons in biblical grief vocabulary. Studying the now ones that are used at least 100 times in the Greek New Testament we're going through now is number 51 through 55. And I, uh I'm excited to say, but I'm also sad to say this is the last lesson in this course. So for the last lesson here, you're gonna be learning these five now owns Hora Sasuke Exercise AEA hot us and off fall moss Some of these air hard to pronounce And so I will try to lead you through that as we go through these words. Our first word is Hey Hora! All right. There's that rough breathing mark over the Omega. There hora means our or time and it really Actually, it kind of sounds like our Horrow does, except if you know, without the rough breathing mark. If you got rid of the rough meet breathing mark, you got Aura, which does kind of sound like ours. You can remember it like that. Next word is Hape Sasuke and so that that c at the being, any of the word is kind of a PS like start with up. But Addis soaps. So Sasuke. So he pronounced that the the key there looks like an X, but you don't pronounce it like an English accent. Pronounce it like a like a hard K sound. Part suk. A means soul or life. You can think about the words psyche in our English or psychology. It's a study of the soul, the inner being right. Sasuke means soul or life. Hey, exercise AEA means authority power or right, as in the right to do something You can remember phrases like exercise your authority. Excuse CIA. Sounds like exercise right? Or executives have power, right? You know, that's the last two words their power and right executives kind of again. It sounds like Xia have power, right? All right, Xer CIA means authority power or right Hey, Hadas means way, road or journey. You can remember this with the English word odometer. It's a measure of your journey, right? You said it on your car Tells you how many miles you've gone or if you're not in the US How many kilometers you've gone right? So hot us means way road or journey And last we've got hot off Thal Moss can get the omicron fee. Then after the fee, you've got a fatal right. So it's it's Ah, hopefully it's coming through on the money. Here it's off fall moss. And for such a large word and Greek, it simply means I in English. And you've heard this kind of statement before, Especially if you have glasses and or any sort of eye condition. You've heard of the term off film ology or you even go to you know, um, maybe an awful apologists. Something like that. They're people who study the eye off film ology so off the loss means I. So to review the five words you've learned in your last five words to learn for this course you've got Hora, Sasuke, Xia, Hodas and off Thelma's. So click pause type. These words in Greek in the community section below include the ah, basic English words that go along with them and, ah, feel free to be adventurous and help the class. Remember these words by giving your own tips as how you can remember these vocabulary words . And next we have the next 50 Nome just getting we don't have the next five. Words were all done with our words were actually going to get to the short conclusion of this course 13. Conclusion: well, this is the end of this particular class within our lessons and biblical Greek vocabulary. You have learned 55 now, ones that are used at least 100 times in the group Greek New Testament. So pat yourself on the back for that. It's a great accomplishment. So let's review and kind of celebrate what you've learned already. You know, almost 10% of all the words in the Greek New Testament. Can you believe that? If you know those 55 words, you know, almost 10% of all the words in the Greek New Testament, you've expanded your knowledge for sure. Are you flex your creative muscles? I'm sure. I trust that you've had genuine interactions with the community here. Of all your fellow students, you have new skills, and now it's time to apply them to tangible goals. You're tangible. Goal is going to be to create flashcards that could be physical or electronics and do it for all 55 words that you've learned in this course. And then you need to share those flash cards with your classmates, do it under the project tab of this course and will comment on it will I probably learned from what you've done, and we'll all just I think, uh, being a better position because of that. Next, I am looking forward to seeing your flashcards in the project section and, of course, optional. Uh, as to what you should do next year from here. Ah, you can check out the other classes on Biblical Greek on this channel. Click the follow button so that when I make new classes, you'll you'll see those leave a review for this course. Let others on myself, know what you think about it. And if you really liked it, go ahead and tell a friend about it and he or she can really hopefully profit from this class like you have had a great time. Look forward to talking to you and enjoying your flashcards and your creativity.