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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words

Search Results: "gold"

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Gold Ring
1: χρυσοδακτύλιος ► (strong's #5554 — adjective — chrusodaktulios — khroo-sod-ak-too'-lee-os ) an adjective denoting "with a gold ring" (daktulos, "a finger"), occurs in james 2:2 .
Gold, Golden
χρύσεος ► (Strong's #5552 — Adjective — chruseos — khroo'-seh-os ) denotes "golden," i.e., made of, or overlaid with, gold, 2 Timothy 2:20 ; Hebrews 9:4 , and fifteen times in the Apocalypse.
Approximate Matches: 1 - 18 of 19
Burn, Burning
used metaphorically of the emotions, in 1 Corinthians 7:9 ; 2 Corinthians 11:29 ; elsewhere literally, of the heavens, 2 Peter 3:12 ; of gold, Revelation 3:18 (RV, "refined"). See FIERY , FIRE , TRY. A — 5: ἐμπρήθω ► (Strong's #1714
Chrysolite
χρυσόλιθος ► (Strong's #5555 — Noun Masculine — chrusolithos — khroo-sol'-ee-thos ) lit., "a gold stone" (chrusos, "gold," lithos, "a stone"), is the name of a precious stone of a gold color, now called "a topaz," Revelation 21:20 (see also Exodus
Chrysoprasus
χρυσόπρασος ► (Strong's #5556 — Noun Masculine — chrusoprasos — khroo-sop'-ras-os ) from (chrusos, "gold," and prasos, "a leek"), is a precious stone like a leek in color, a translucent, golden green. Pliny reckons it among the beryls. The word occurs
Corrupt, Verb and Adjective. Corruption, Corruptible, Incorruption, Incorruptible
signifies "to make corrupt, to destroy;" in the Passive Voice with Middle sense, "to become corrupt or rotten, to perish," said of riches, James 5:2 , of the gold and silver of the luxurious rich who have ground down their laborers. The verb is derived from a root signifying "to rot off, drop to pieces." A
Crown
or festal gladness, especially at the parousia of kings. It was woven as a garland of oak, ivy, parsley, myrtle, or olive, or in imitation of these in gold. In some passages the reference to the games is clear, 1 Corinthians 9:25 ; 2 Timothy 4:8 ("crown of righteousness"); it may be so in 1 Peter
Deck
1: χρυσόω ► (strong's #5558 — verb — chrusoo — khroo-so'-o ) lit., "to gild with gold" (chrusos, "gold"), is used in revelation 17:4 ; 18:16 .
Destroy, Destroyer, Destruction, Destructive
lost to the shepherd, metaphorical of spiritual destitution, Luke 15:4,6 , etc.; the lost son, Luke 15:24 ; of the perishing of food, John 6:27 ; of gold, 1 Peter 1:7 . So of persons, Matthew 2:13 , "destroy;" Matthew 8:25 , "perish;" Matthew 22:7 ; 27:20 ; of the loss of well-being in the case
Have
— huparcho — hoop-ar'-kho ) "to be in existence, to be ready, at hand," is translated by the verb "to have" in Acts 3:6 , lit., "silver and gold is not to me" (in the next clause, "such as I have," echo is used); Acts 4:37 , "having (land)," lit., "(land) being (to him);" Matthew 19:21 , "that
Jewels
1: χρυσίον ► (strong's #5553 — noun neuter — chrusion — khroo-see'-on ) "gold," is used of ornaments in 1 peter 3:3 , rv, "jewels." see gold , no. 2.
Manna
("angels' food," AV text), and in 1 Corinthians 10:3 , as "spiritual meat." The vessel appointed to contain it as a perpetual memorial, was of gold, Hebrews 9:4 , with Exodus 16:33 . The Lord speaks of it as being typical of Himself, the true Bread from Heaven, imparting eternal life and sustenance
Rich, Riches, Richly, Rich Man
A — 1: πλούσιος ► (Strong's #4145 — Adjective — plousios — ploo'-see-os
Ring
Masculine — daktulios — dak-too'-lee-os ) "a finger ring," occurs in Luke 15:22 . Note: Chrusodaktulios, an adjective signifying "with a gold ring," "a gold-ringed (person)," from chrusos, "gold," and daktulos, "a finger," occurs in James 2:2 .
Sanctification, Sanctify
ἁγιάζω ► (Strong's #37 — Verb — hagiazo — hag-ee-ad'-zo ) "to sanctify," "is used of (a) the gold adorning the Temple and of the gift laid on the altar, Matthew 23:17,19 ; (b) food, 1 Timothy 4:5 ; (c) the unbelieving spouse of a believer,
Silver
Noun Masculine — arguros — ar'-goo-ros ) akin to argos, "shining," denotes "silver." In each occurrence in the NT it follows the mention of gold, Matthew 10:9 ; Acts 17:29 ; James 5:3 ; Revelation 18:12 . Note: For drachme, Luke 15:8 , see PIECE. B — 1: ἀργύρεος
Talent
(Strong's #5007 — Noun Neuter — talanton — tal'-an-ton ) originally "a balance," then, "a talent in weight," was hence "a sum of money" in gold or silver equivalent to a "talent." The Jewish "talent" contained 3,000 shekels of the sanctuary, e.g., Exodus 30:13 (about 114 lbs.). In NT times
Topaz
It has the power of double refraction, and when heated or rubbed becomes electric. In the Sept., Exodus 28:17 ; 39:10 ; Job 28:19 ; Psalm 119:127 , "(gold and) topaz;" Ezekiel 28:13 .
Treasury
gad-zof-oo-lak'-ee-on ) from gaza, "a treasure," phulake, "a guard," is used by Josephus for a special room in the women's court in the Temple in which gold and silver bullion was kept. This seems to be referred to in John 8:20 ; in Mark 12:41 (twice),43; Luke 21:1 it is used of the trumpet-shaped or
Trial
signifies (a) "a burning;" (b) "a refining," metaphorically in 1 Peter 4:12 , "fiery trial," or rather "trial by fire," referring to the refining of gold (1 Peter 1:7 ). See BURNING. Note: For dokimion, rendered "trial" in 1 Peter 1:7 , AV, see PROOF , No. 2.
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