Dict: all - servant


- Distinguish a bondservant (Greek: doulos), who was a slave, from a hired servant (Greek: diakonos), who was not a slave

- INSTANCES OF .Joseph kjv@Genesis:37:26-28 kjv@Genesis:37:36 .Israelites kjv@Exodus:1:10-22; kjv@Exodus:5:7-14; kjv@Deuteronomy:6:12 kjv@Deuteronomy:6:21 .Gibeonites kjv@Joshua:9:22-27 .Canaanites kjv@1Kings:9:21 .The Jews in Babylon kjv@2Chronicles:36:20; kjv@Esther:1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10 .Emancipation of kjv@2Chronicles:36:23; kjv@Ezra:1:1-4

- FIGURATIVE kjv@Leviticus:25:42 kjv@Leviticus:25:55 kjv@Psalms:116:16; kjv@Matthew:24:45-51; kjv@Luke:12:35-48; kjv@Luke:17:7-9; kjv@John:8:32-35; kjv@Romans:6:16-22; kjv@1Corinthians:4:1; kjv@1Corinthians:7:21-23; kjv@Galatians:5:13; kjv@1Peter:2:16; kjv@2Peter:2:19; kjv@Revelation:7:3

- INSTANCES OF GOOD .Joseph kjv@Genesis:39:2-20; kjv@Genesis:41:9-57; kjv@Acts:7:10 .Elisha kjv@2Kings:2:1-6 .Servants .Of Abraham Genesis:24 .Of Boaz kjv@Ruth:2:4 .Of Jonathan kjv@1Samuel:14:7 .Of Abigail kjv@1Samuel:25:14-17 .Of David kjv@2Samuel:12:18; kjv@2Samuel:15:15 kjv@2Samuel:15:21 .Of Ziba 2Samuel:9 .Of Naaman kjv@2Kings:5:2-3 kjv@2Kings:5:13 .Of Nehemiah kjv@Nehemiah:4:16 kjv@Nehemiah:4:23 .Of the Roman centurion kjv@Matthew:8:9 .Of Cornelius kjv@Acts:10:7 .Onesimus kjv@Philemon:1:11 .Servants in the parable of the pounds and the parable of the talents kjv@Matthew:25:14-23; kjv@Luke:19:12-19

- WICKED AND UNFAITHFUL .Jeroboam kjv@1Kings:11:26 .Gehazi kjv@2Kings:5:20-27 .Zimri kjv@1Kings:16:9-10; kjv@2Kings:9:31 .Onesimus kjv@Philemon:1:11 .Of Abraham and Lot kjv@Genesis:13:7 .Of Abimelech kjv@Genesis:21:25 .Of Ziba kjv@2Samuel:16:1-4 with kjv@2Samuel:19:26-27 .Of Absalom kjv@2Samuel:13:28-29; kjv@2Samuel:14:30 .Of Shimei kjv@1Kings:2:39 .Of Joash kjv@2Kings:12:19-21 .Of Amon kjv@2Kings:21:23 .Of Job kjv@Job:19:15-16 .In the parable of the talents and the parable of the pounds kjv@Matthew:25:24-30; kjv@Luke:19:20-26 .In the parable of the vineyard kjv@Matthew:21:33-41; kjv@Mark:12:1-9 .Conspiracy by .

- UNCLASSIFIED SCRIPTURES RELATING TO kjv@Genesis:16:6-9; kjv@Exodus:20:10; kjv@Deuteronomy:5:14; kjv@Nehemiah:5:8; kjv@Job:19:15-16; kjv@Job:31:13-14; kjv@Psalms:123:2; kjv@Proverbs:12:9; kjv@Proverbs:13:17; kjv@Proverbs:17:2; kjv@Proverbs:19:10; kjv@Proverbs:25:13; kjv@Proverbs:26:6; kjv@Proverbs:27:18 kjv@Proverbs:27:27 kjv@Proverbs:29:19-21; kjv@Proverbs:30:10 kjv@Proverbs:30:21-23 kjv@Ecclesiastes:7:21; kjv@Isaiah:52:3; kjv@Jeremiah:22:13; kjv@Jeremiah:34:8-17; kjv@Lamentations:5:8; kjv@Zephaniah:1:9; kjv@Malachi:1:6; kjv@Matthew:8:9; kjv@Matthew:10:24-25; kjv@Matthew:24:45-51; kjv@Luke:12:35-48; kjv@Luke:16:1-13; kjv@Luke:17:7-9; kjv@Luke:22:27; kjv@John:13:16; kjv@1Corinthians:4:2; kjv@1Corinthians:7:21-24; kjv@Ephesians:6:5-9; kjv@Colossians:3:22-25; kjv@1Timothy:6:1-2; kjv@Titus:2:9-10; kjv@1Peter:2:18-20 .

- HIRED .Jacob kjv@Genesis:29:15; kjv@Genesis:30:26 .Re-employed kjv@Genesis:31:6 kjv@Genesis:31:Genesis:30:27-34; 7, 41 .Parable of .The laborers of a vineyard kjv@Matthew:20:1-15 .The father of the prodigal son kjv@Luke:15:17-19 .The rebellious son kjv@Luke:15:15-19 .Treatment of, more considerate than that of slaves kjv@Leviticus:25:53 .Await employment in the marketplace kjv@Matthew:20:1-3 .Wages paid .In kind kjv@Genesis:30:31-32; kjv@2Chronicles:2:10 .In money kjv@Matthew:20:2

- UNCLASSIFIED SCRIPTURES RELATING TO kjv@Leviticus:19:13; kjv@Leviticus:25:39-41; kjv@Deuteronomy:24:14-15; kjv@Job:7:1-2; kjv@Job:14:6; kjv@Malachi:3:5; kjv@Matthew:10:9-10; kjv@Luke:10:7; kjv@Romans:4:4; kjv@Colossians:4:1; kjv@1Timothy:5:18; kjv@James:5:4 .


Servants @ Early mention of kjv@Genesis:9:25 kjv@Genesis:9:26
Divided into
Male kjv@Genesis:24:34 kjv@Genesis:32:5
Female kjv@Genesis:16:6 kjv@Genesis:32:5
Bond kjv@Genesis:43:18 kjv@Leviticus:25:46
Hired kjv@Mark:1:20 kjv@Luke:15:17
Persons devoted to the service of another so called kjv@Psalms:119:49 kjv@Isaiah:56:6
The subjects of a prince or king so called kjv@Exodus:9:20 kjv@Exodus:11:8
Persons of low condition so called kjv@Ecclesiastes:10:7
Persons devoted to God so called kjv@Psalms:119:49 kjv@Isaiah:56:6 kjv@Romans:1:1
The term often used to express humility kjv@Genesis:18:3 kjv@Genesis:33:5 kjv@1Samuel:20:7 kjv@1Kings:20:32
Called hireling kjv@Job:7:1 kjv@John:10:12 kjv@John:10:13
Engaged by the year kjv@Leviticus:25:53 kjv@Isaiah:16:14
Engaged by the day kjv@Matthew:20:2
Not to be oppressed kjv@Deuteronomy:24:14
To be paid without delay at the expiration of their service kjv@Leviticus:19:13 kjv@Deuteronomy:24:15
To be esteemed worthy of their hire kjv@Luke:10:7
To partake of the produce of the land in the sabbatical year kjv@Leviticus:25:6
If foreigners not allowed to partake of the passover or holy things kjv@Exodus:12:45 kjv@Leviticus:22:10
Anxiety of, for the end of their daily toil, alluded to kjv@Job:7:2
Hebrew slaves serving their brethren to be treated as kjv@Leviticus:25:39 kjv@Leviticus:25:40
Hebrew slaves serving strangers to be treated as kjv@Leviticus:25:47 kjv@Leviticus:25:53
Often stood in the market place waiting for employment kjv@Matthew:20:1-3
Often will fed and taken care of kjv@Luke:15:17
Often oppressed and their wages kept back kjv@Malachi:3:5 kjv@James:5:4
Slaves or bond
Called bondmen kjv@Genesis:43:18 kjv@Genesis:44:9
By birth kjv@Genesis:14:14 kjv@Psalms:116:16 kjv@Jeremiah:2:14
By purchase kjv@Genesis:17:27 kjv@Genesis:37:36
Captives taken in war often kept as kjv@Deuteronomy:20:14 kjv@2Kings:5:2
Strangers sojourning in Israel might be purchased as kjv@Leviticus:25:45
Persons belonging to other nations might be purchased as kjv@Leviticus:25:44
Persons unable to pay their debts liable to be sold as kjv@2Kings:4:1 kjv@Nehemiah:5:4 kjv@Nehemiah:5:5 kjv@Matthew:18:25
Thieves unable to make restitution were sold as kjv@Exodus:22:3
More valuable than hired servants kjv@Deuteronomy:15:18
When Israelites not to be treated with rigour kjv@Leviticus:25:39 kjv@Leviticus:25:40 kjv@Leviticus:25:46
When Israelites to have their liberty after six years service kjv@Exodus:21:2 kjv@Deuteronomy:15:12
Israelites sold as, refusing their liberty, to have their ears bored to the door kjv@Exodus:21:5 kjv@Exodus:21:6 kjv@Deuteronomy:15:16 kjv@Deuteronomy:15:17
Israelites sold to strangers as, might be redeemed by their nearest of kin kjv@Leviticus:25:47-55
All Israelites sold as, to be free at the jubilee kjv@Leviticus:25:10 kjv@Leviticus:25:40 kjv@Leviticus:25:41 kjv@Leviticus:25:54
Could not when set free demand wives or children procured during servitude kjv@Exodus:21:3 kjv@Exodus:21:4
To be furnished liberally, when their servitude expired kjv@Deuteronomy:15:13 kjv@Deuteronomy:15:14
When foreigners to be circumcised kjv@Genesis:17:13 kjv@Genesis:17:27 kjv@Exodus:12:44
To be allowed to rest on the Sabbath kjv@Exodus:20:10
To participate in all national rejoicings kjv@Deuteronomy:12:18 kjv@Deuteronomy:16:11 kjv@Deuteronomy:16:14
Persons of distinction had many kjv@Genesis:14:14 kjv@Ecclesiastes:2:7
Engaged in the most menial offices kjv@1Samuel:25:41 kjv@John:13:4 kjv@John:13:5
Maimed of injured by masters to have their freedom kjv@Exodus:21:26 kjv@Exodus:21:27
Masters to be recompensed for injury done to kjv@Exodus:21:32
Laws respecting the killing of kjv@Exodus:21:20 kjv@Exodus:21:21
Of others not to be coveted or enticed away kjv@Exodus:20:17 kjv@Deuteronomy:5:21
Seeking protection not to be delivered up to masters kjv@Deuteronomy:23:15
Custom of branding, alluded to kjv@Galatians:6:17
Sometimes rose to rank and station kjv@Ecclesiastes:10:7
Sometimes intermarried with their master's family kjv@1Chronicles:2:34 kjv@1Chronicles:2:35
Laws respecting marriage with female kjv@Exodus:21:7-11
Seizing and stealing of men for, condemned and punished by the law kjv@Exodus:21:16 kjv@Deuteronomy:24:7 kjv@1Timothy:1:10
Laws respecting, often violated kjv@Jeremiah:34:8-16
Bond, illustrative
Of Christ kjv@Psalms:40:6 kjv@Hebrews:10:5 kjv@Philippians:2:7 kjv@Philippians:2:8
Of saints kjv@1Corinthians:6:20 kjv@1Corinthians:7:23
Of the wicked kjv@2Peter:2:19 kjv@Romans:6:16 kjv@Romans:6:19
Christ condescended to the office of kjv@Matthew:20:28 kjv@Luke:22:27 kjv@John:13:5 kjv@Philippians:2:7
Are inferior to their masters kjv@Luke:22:27
Should follow Christ's example kjv@1Peter:2:21
Duties of, to masters
To pray for them kjv@Genesis:24:12
To honour them kjv@Malachi:1:6 kjv@1Timothy:6:1
To revere them the more, when they are believers kjv@1Timothy:6:2
To be subject to them kjv@1Peter:2:18
To obey them kjv@Ephesians:6:5 kjv@Titus:2:9
To attend to their call kjv@Psalms:123:2
To please them well in all things kjv@Titus:2:9
To sympathise with them kjv@2Samuel:12:18
To prefer their business to their own necessary food kjv@Genesis:24:33
To bless God for mercies shown to them kjv@Genesis:24:27 kjv@Genesis:24:48
To be faithful to them kjv@Luke:16:10-12 kjv@1Corinthians:4:2 kjv@Titus:2:10
To be profitable to them kjv@Luke:19:15 kjv@Luke:19:16 kjv@Luke:19:18 kjv@Philemon:1:11
To be anxious for their welfare kjv@1Samuel:25:14-17 kjv@2Kings:5:2 kjv@2Kings:5:3
To be earnest in transacting their business kjv@Genesis:24:54-56
To be prudent in the management of their affairs kjv@Genesis:24:34-49
To be industrious in labouring for them kjv@Nehemiah:4:16 kjv@Nehemiah:4:23
To be kind and attentive to their guests kjv@Genesis:43:23 kjv@Genesis:43:24
To be submissive even to the froward kjv@Genesis:16:6 kjv@Genesis:16:9 kjv@1Peter:2:18
Not to answer them rudely kjv@Titus:2:9
Not to serve them with eye-service, as men-pleasers kjv@Ephesians:6:6 kjv@Colossians:3:22
Not to defraud them kjv@Titus:2:10
Should be contented in their situation kjv@1Corinthians:7:20 kjv@1Corinthians:7:21
Should be compassionate to their fellows kjv@Matthew:18:33
Should serve
For conscience towards God kjv@1Peter:2:19
In the fear of God kjv@Ephesians:6:5 kjv@Colossians:3:22
As the servants of Christ kjv@Ephesians:6:5 kjv@Ephesians:6:6
Heartily, as to the Lord, and not to men kjv@Ephesians:6:7 kjv@Colossians:3:23
As doing the will of God from the heart kjv@Ephesians:6:6
In singleness of heart kjv@Ephesians:6:5 kjv@Colossians:3:22
With good will kjv@Ephesians:6:7
When patient under injury are acceptable to God kjv@1Peter:2:19 kjv@1Peter:2:20
When Good
Are the servants of Christ kjv@Colossians:3:24
Are brethren beloved in the Lord kjv@Philemon:1:16
Are the Lord's freemen kjv@1Corinthians:7:22
Are partakers of gospel privileges kjv@1Corinthians:12:13 kjv@Galatians:3:28 kjv@Ephesians:6:8 kjv@Colossians:3:11
Deserve the confidence of their masters kjv@Genesis:24:2 kjv@Genesis:24:4 kjv@Genesis:24:10 kjv@Genesis:39:4
Often exalted kjv@Genesis:41:40 kjv@Proverbs:17:2
Often advanced by master kjv@Genesis:39:4 kjv@Genesis:39:5
To be honoured kjv@Genesis:24:31 kjv@Proverbs:27:18
Bring God's blessing upon their masters kjv@Genesis:30:27 kjv@Genesis:30:30 kjv@Genesis:39:3
Adorn the doctrine of God their Saviour in all things kjv@Titus:2:10
Have God with them kjv@Genesis:31:42 kjv@Genesis:39:21 kjv@Acts:7:9 kjv@Acts:7:10
Are prospered by God kjv@Genesis:39:3
Are protected by God kjv@Genesis:31:7
Are guided by God kjv@Genesis:24:7 kjv@Genesis:24:27
Are blessed by God kjv@Matthew:24:46
Are mourned over after death kjv@Genesis:35:8
Shall be rewarded kjv@Ephesians:6:8 kjv@Colossians:3:24
The property of masters increased by faithful kjv@Genesis:30:29 kjv@Genesis:30:30
Characteristics of wicked servants
Eye-service kjv@Ephesians:6:6 kjv@Colossians:3:22
Men-pleasers kjv@Ephesians:6:6 kjv@Colossians:3:22
Deceit kjv@2Samuel:19:26 kjv@Psalms:101:6 kjv@Psalms:101:7
Quarrelsomeness kjv@Genesis:13:7 kjv@Genesis:26:20
Covetousness kjv@2Kings:5:20
Lying kjv@2Kings:5:22 kjv@2Kings:5:24
Stealing kjv@Titus:2:10
Gluttony kjv@Matthew:24:49
Unmerciful to their fellows kjv@Matthew:18:30
Will not submit to correction kjv@Proverbs:29:19
Do not bear to be exalted kjv@Proverbs:30:21 kjv@Proverbs:30:22 kjv@Isaiah:3:5
Shall be punished kjv@Matthew:24:50
- Exemplified
Eliezer kjv@Genesis:24:1-67
Deborah kjv@Genesis:24:59 kjv@Genesis:35:8
Jacob kjv@Genesis:31:36-40
Joseph kjv@Genesis:39:3 kjv@Acts:7:10
Servants of Boaz kjv@Ruth:2:4
Jonathan's armour bearer kjv@1Samuel:14:6 kjv@1Samuel:14:7
David's servants kjv@2Samuel:12:18
Captive maid kjv@2Kings:5:2-4
Servants of Naaman kjv@2Kings:5:13
Servants of Centurion kjv@Matthew:8:9
Servants of Cornelius kjv@Acts:10:7
Onesimus after his conversion kjv@Philemon:1:11
- Exemplified
Servants of Abraham and Lot kjv@Genesis:13:7
Servants of Abimelech kjv@Genesis:21:25
Absalom's servants Absalom's servants obeyed a bad master: they were bad men rather than bad servants kjv@2Samuel:13:28 kjv@2Samuel:13:29 kjv@2Samuel:14:30
Ziba kjv@2Samuel:16:1-4
Servants of Shimei kjv@1Kings:2:39
Jeroboam kjv@1Kings:11:26
Zimri kjv@1Kings:16:9
Gehazi kjv@2Kings:5:20
Servants of Amon kjv@2Kings:21:23
Job's servants kjv@Job:19:16
Servants of the High Priest kjv@Mark:14:65
Onesimus before his conversion kjv@Philemon:1:11


kjv@STRING:Abda <HITCHCOCK>@ a servant; servitude - HITCHCOCK-A

kjv@STRING:Abdi <HITCHCOCK>@ my servant - HITCHCOCK-A

kjv@STRING:Abdiel <HITCHCOCK>@ servant of God - HITCHCOCK-A

kjv@STRING:Abdon <HITCHCOCK>@ servant; cloud of judgment - HITCHCOCK-A

kjv@STRING:Abednego <HITCHCOCK>@ servant of light; shining - HITCHCOCK-A

kjv@STRING:Ebed <HITCHCOCK>@ a servant; laborer - HITCHCOCK-E

kjv@STRING:Ebed-melech <HITCHCOCK>@ the king-E's servant - HITCHCOCK

kjv@STRING:Obadiah <HITCHCOCK>@ servant of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-O

kjv@STRING:Obed <HITCHCOCK>@ a servant; workman - HITCHCOCK-O

kjv@STRING:Obed-edom <HITCHCOCK>@ servant of Edom - HITCHCOCK-O


H1121 <STRHEB>@ בּן bên bane From H1129; a son (as a builder of the family {name}) in the widest sense (of literal and figurative {relationship} including {grandson} subject6 {nation} quality or {condition} {etc.} (like {H1} {H251} etc.): - + {afflicted} {age} [Ahoh-] [Ammon-] [Hachmon-] {[Lev-]ite} [anoint-]ed {one} appointed {to} (+) {arrow} [Assyr-] [Babylon-] [Egypt-] {[Grec-]ian} one {born} {bough} {branch} {breed} + (young) {bullock} + (young) {calf} X came up {in} {child} {colt} X {common} X {corn} {daughter} X of {first} + {firstborn} {foal} + very {fruitful} + {postage} X {in} + {kid} + {lamb} (+) {man} {meet} + {mighty} + {nephew} {old} (+) {people} + {rebel} + {robber} X servant {born} X {soldier} {son} + {spark} + {steward} + {stranger} X {surely} them {of} + tumultuous {one} + {valiant[-est]} {whelp} {worthy} young ({one}) youth.

H1435 <STRHEB>@ גּדּל giddêl ghid-dale' From H1431; stout; {Giddel} the name of one of the {Nethinim} also of one of Solomon´ s servants: - Giddel.

H1522 <STRHEB>@ גּחזי גּיחזי gêychăzîy gêchăzîy {gay-khah-zee'} gay-khah-zee' Apparently from H1516 and H2372; valley of a visionary; {Gechazi} the servant of Elisha: - Gehazi.

H1874 <STRHEB>@ דּרקון darqôn dar-kone' Of uncertain derivation; {Darkon} one of Solomon´ s servants: - Darkon.

H2411 <STRHEB>@ חטּיל chaţţîyl khat-teel' From an unused root apparently meaning to wave; fluctuating; {Chattil} one of Solomon´ s servants: - Hattil.

H3252 <STRHEB>@ יסכּה yiskâh yis-kaw' From an unused root meaning to watch; observant; {Jiskah} sister of Lot: - Iscah.

H5288 <STRHEB>@ נער naar nah'-ar From H5287; (concretely) a boy (as {active}) from the age of infancy to adolescence; by implication a servant; also (by interchange of {sex}) a girl (of similar latitude in age): - {babe} {boy} {child} damsel [from the {margin]} {lad} {servant} young (man).

H5294 <STRHEB>@ נעריה nearyâh neh-ar-yaw' From H5288 and H3050; servant of Jah; {Nearjah} the name of two Israelites: - Neariah.

H5300 <STRHEB>@ נפוּשׁסיםo nephûshsîym nef-oo-shes-eem' For H5304; {Nephushesim} a Temple Servant: - Nephisesim [from the margin].

H5304 <STRHEB>@ נפיסיםo nephîysîym nef-ee-seem' Plural from an unused root meaning to scatter; expansions; {Nephisim} a Temple Servant: - Nephusim [from the margin].

H5335 <STRHEB>@ נציח netsîyach nets-ee'-akh From H5329; conspicuous; {Netsiach} a Temple Servant: - Neziah.

H5353 <STRHEB>@ נקודא neqôdâ' nek-o-daw' Feminine of H5348 (in the figuratively sense of marked); distinction; {Nekoda} a Temple Servant: - Nekoda.

H5411 <STRHEB>@ נתוּן נתיןo nâthîyn nâthûn {naw-theen'} naw-thoon' The second form is the proper {form} as passive participle; from H5414; one {given} that {is} (in the plural only) the {Nethinim} or Temple Servants (as given up to that duty): - Nethinims.

H5618 <STRHEB>@ ספרת sôphereth so-feh'-reth Feminine active participle of H5608; a scribe (properly female); {Sophereth} a temple servant: - Sophereth.

H5647 <STRHEB>@ עבד ‛âbad aw-bad' A primitive root; to work (in any sense); by implication to {serve} {till} (causatively) {enslave} etc.: - X {be} keep in {bondage} be {bondmen} {bond-service} {compel} {do} {dress} {ear} {execute} + {husbandman} {keep} labour (-ing {man}) bring to {pass} (cause {to} make to) serve ({-ing} {self}) ({be} become) servant ({-s}) do (use) {service} till ({-er}) transgress [from {margin]} (set a) {work} be {wrought} worshipper.

H5649 <STRHEB>@ עבד ‛ăbad ab-ad' (Chaldee); from H5648; a servant: - servant.

H5650 <STRHEB>@ עבד ‛ebed eh'-bed From H5647; a servant: - X {bondage} {bondman} [bond-] {servant} (man-) servant.

H5656 <STRHEB>@ עבודה עבדה ‛ăbôdâh ‛ăbôdâh {ab-o-daw'} ab-o-daw' From H5647; work of any kind: - {act} {bondage} + {bondservant} {effect} {labour} ministering ({-try}) {office} service ({-ile} {-itude}) {tillage} {use} {work} X wrought.

H5657 <STRHEB>@ עבדּה ‛ăbûddâh ab-ood-daw' Passive participle of H5647; something {wrought} that {is} (concretely) service: - {household} store of servants.

H5661 <STRHEB>@ עבדיאל ‛abdîyl ab-dee-ale' From H5650 and H410; servant of God; {Abdiel} an Israelite: - Abdiel. Compare H5655.

H5663 <STRHEB>@ עבד מלך ‛ebed melek eh'-bed meh'-lek From H5650 and H4428; servant of a king; {Ebed-Melek} a eunuch of king Zedekeah: - Ebed-melech.

H519 <STRHEB>@ אמה 'âmâh aw-maw' Apparently a primitive word; a maidservant or female slave: - (hand-) bondmaid (-woman6) maid (-servant).

H582 <STRHEB>@ אנושׁ 'ĕnôsh en-oshe' From H605; properly a mortal (and thus differeing from the more dignified H120); hence a man in general (singly or collectively). It is often unexpressed in the English {Version} especially when used in apposition with another word: - {another} X [blood-] {thirsty} {certain} chap {[-man]} {divers} {fellow} X in the flower of their {age} {husband} ({certain} mortal) {man} {people} {person} {servant} some (X of {them}) + {stranger} {those} + their trade. It is often unexpressed in the Engl. {version} especially when used in apposition with another word. Compare H376.

H6380 <STRHEB>@ פּכרת צביים pôkereth tsebâyîym po-keh'-reth tseb-aw-yeem' From the active participle (of the same form as the first word) feminine of an unused root (meaning to entrap) and plural of H6643; trap of gazelles; Pokereth {Tsebajim} one of the servants of Solomon: - Pochereth of Zebaim.

H6491 <STRHEB>@ פּקח pâqach paw-kakh' A primitive root; to open (the {senses} especially the eyes); figuratively to be observant: - open.

H6514 <STRHEB>@ פּרידא פּרוּדא perûdâ' perîydâ' {per-oo-daw'} per-ee-daw' From H6504; dispersion; Peruda or {Perida} one of Solomon´ s servants: - {Perida} Peruda.

H6633 <STRHEB>@ צבא tsâbâ' tsaw-baw' A primitive root; to mass (an army or servants): - {assemble} {fight} {perform} {muster} wait {upon} war.

H6825 <STRHEB>@ צפי צפו tsephô tsephîy {tsef-o'} tsef-ee' From H6822; observant; Tsepho or {Tsephi} an Idumaean: - {Zephi} Zepho.

H7365 <STRHEB>@ רחץ rechats rekh-ats' (Chaldee); corresponding to H7364 (probably through the accessory idea of ministering as a servant at the bath); to attend upon: - trust.

H7907 <STRHEB>@ שׂכוי ώekvîy sek-vee' From the same as H7906; {observant} that {is} (concretely) the mind: - heart.

H7916 <STRHEB>@ שׂכיר ώâkîyr saw-keer' From H7936; a man at wages by the day or year: - hired ({man} {servant}) hireling.

H8198 <STRHEB>@ שׁפחה shiphchâh shif-khaw' Feminine from an unused root meaning to spread out (as a family; see H4940); a female slave (as a member of the household): - ({bond-} hand-) maid ({-en} {-servant}) {wench} {bondwoman} womanservant.

H912 <STRHEB>@ בּדיה bêdeyâh bay-de-yaw' Probably shortened for H5662; servant of Jehovah; {Bedejah} an Israelite: - Bedeiah.

G1248 <STRGRK>@ διακονία diakonia dee-ak-on-ee'-ah From G1249; attendance (as a servant etc.); figuratively (eleemosynary) aid (official) service (especially of the Christian teacher or technically of the diaconate): - (ad-) minister (-ing -tration -try) office relief service (-ing).

G1249 <STRGRK>@ διάκονος diakonos dee-ak'-on-os Probably from διάκω diakō (obsolete to run on errands; compare G1377); an attendant that is (generally) a waiter (at table or in other menial duties); specifically a Christian teacher and pastor (technically a deacon or deaconess): - deacon minister servant.

G1400 <STRGRK>@ δοῦλον doulon doo'-lon Neuter of G1401; subservient: - servant.

G1401 <STRGRK>@ δοῦλος doulos doo'-los From G1210; a slave (literally or figuratively involuntarily or voluntarily; frequently therefore in a qualified sense of subjection or subserviency): - bond (-man) servant.

G1402 <STRGRK>@ δουλόω douloō doo-lo'-o From G1401; to enslave (literally or figuratively): - bring into (be under) bondage X given become (make) servant.

G1496 <STRGRK>@ εἰδωλολάτρης eidōlolatrēs i-do-lol-at'-race From G1497 and the base of G3000; an image (servant or) worshipper (literally or figuratively): - idolater.

G1947 <STRGRK>@ ἐπικουρία epikouria ep-ee-koo-ree'-ah From a compound of G1909 and a (prolonged) form of the base of G2877 (in the sense of servant); assistance: - help.

G2324 <STRGRK>@ θεράπων therapōn ther-ap'-ohn Apparently a participle from an otherwise obsolete derivation of the base of G2330; a menial attendant (as if cherishing): - servant.

G3008 <STRGRK>@ λειτουργέω leitourgeō li-toorg-eh'-o From G3011; to be a public servant that is (by analogy) to perform religious or charitable functions (worship obey relieve): - minister.

G3011 <STRGRK>@ λειτουργός leitourgos li-toorg-os' From a derivative of G2992 and G2041; a public servant that is a functionary in the Temple or Gospel or (generally) a worshipper (of God) or benefactor (of man): - minister (-ed).

G3407 <STRGRK>@ μίσθιος misthios mis'-thee-os From G3408; a wage earner: - hired servant.

G3411 <STRGRK>@ μισθωτός misthōtos mis-tho-tos' From G3409; a wage worker (good or bad): - hired servant hireling.

G3511 <STRGRK>@ νεωκόρος neōkoros neh-o-kor'-os From a form of G3485 and κορέω koreō (to sweep); a temple servant that is (by implication) a votary: - worshipper.

G3610 <STRGRK>@ οἰκέτης oiketēs oy-ket'-ace From G3611; a fellow resident that is menial domestic: - (household) servant.

G3807 <STRGRK>@ παιδαγωγός paidagōgos pahee-dag-o-gos' From G3816 and a reduplication form of G71; a boy leader that is a servant whose office it was to take the children to school; (by implication [figuratively] a tutor [paedagogue]): - instructor schoolmaster.

G3814 <STRGRK>@ παιδίσκη paidiskē pahee-dis'-kay Feminine diminutive of G3816; a girl that is (specifically) a female slave or servant: - bondmaid (-woman) damsel maid (-en).

G3816 <STRGRK>@ παῖς pais paheece Perhaps from G3817; a boy (as often beaten with impunity) or (by analogy) a girl and (generally) a child; specifically a slave or servant (especially a minister to a king; and by eminence to God): - child maid (-en) (man) servant son young man.

G4332 <STRGRK>@ προσεδρεύω prosedreuō pros-ed-ryoo'-o From a compound of G4314 and the base of G1476; to sit near that is attend as a servant: - wait at.

G4498 <STRGRK>@ Ῥόδη Rhodē hrod'-ay Probably for ῥόδή rhodē (a rose); Rode a servant girl: - Rhoda.

G4889 <STRGRK>@ σύνδουλος sundoulos soon'-doo-los From G4862 and G1401; a co-slave that is servitor or ministrant of the same master (human or divine): - fellowservant.

G5257 <STRGRK>@ ὑπηρέτης hupēretēs hoop-ay-ret'-ace From G5259 and a derivative of ἐρέσσω eressō (to row); an under oarsman that is (genitive case) subordinate (assistant sexton constable): - minister officer servant.





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