Hot answers tagged

15

Strong’s is distinguishing between the proper noun and the common noun.* See also, for instance, other pairs: H127 אֲדָמָה (ground) H128 אֲדָמָה (Adamah, a city in Naphtali) or H168 אֹ֫הֶל (tent) H169 אֹ֫הֶל (Ohel, a name mentioned in 1 Chronicles) And we’re only on aleph... By the way, those aren’t really cantillation marks but nekudot, ...


7

The Greek word Χριστιανός, transliterated into English as Christianós, is derived from the Greek word Χριστός, transliterated into English as Christós, an adjective meaning "anointed," which is often used in the Greek New Testament as a substantive meaning "anointed one." If Χριστός means "anointed" or "anointed one," what does Χριστιανός mean? The ...



Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible