G1080 <STRGRK>@ γεννάω gennaō ghen-nah'-o From a variation of G1085; to procreate (properly of the father but by extension of the mother); figuratively to regenerate: - bear beget be born bring forth conceive be delivered of gender make spring.
G203 <STRGRK>@ ἀκροβυστία akrobustia ak-rob-oos-tee'-ah From G206 and probably a modified form of πόσθη posthē (the penis or male sexual organ); the prepuce; by implication an uncircumcised (that is gentile figuratively unregenerate) state or person: - not circumcised uncircumcised [with G2192] uncircumcision.
G3501 <STRGRK>@ νέος νεώτερος neos neōteros neh'-os neh-o'-ter-os A primary word including the comparative (second form); new that is (of persons) youthful or (of things) fresh; figuratively regenerate: - new young.
G3824 <STRGRK>@ παλιγγενεσία paliggenesia pal-ing-ghen-es-ee'-ah From G3825 and G1078; (spiritual) rebirth (the state or the act) that is (figuratively) spiritual renovation; specifically Messianic restoration: - regeneration.
G4152 <STRGRK>@ πνευματικός pneumatikos phyoo-mat-ik-os' From G4151; non-carnal that is (humanly) ethereal (as opposed to gross) or (daemoniacally) a spirit (concretely) or (divinely) supernatural regenerate religious: - spiritual. Compare G5591.
G4559 <STRGRK>@ σαρκικός sarkikos sar-kee-kos' From G4561; pertaining to flesh that is (by extension) bodily temporal or (by implication) animal unregenerate: - carnal fleshly.