This is a huge set of questions


#1

I would love to have a list of the following words.

I would love to have the original Hebrew. Then how those words were translated by the Jewish Septuagint. Then did it find its way into the New Testament.
This is not homework. It is an idea that I have had for a long time, but I do not have the time, tools or talent to do the work.

In summary: Hebrew–to Septuagint–to New Testament Greek

THANKS!

House
Temple
Word
Beginning
Light
Love, both divine and human, emotional and espousal
Soul
Psyche
Lamb
King
Kingdom
Truth
Way
Life
Tree
Justice
Wisdom
Understanding
Vine
Water
Will, as in God’s will
Food
Manna
Mountain
Work
Bride
Groom or as it says of Jesus Bridegroom
Garden
Gardener/farmer
Blessing
Name
Glory

If any person can help, THANK YOU!!!


#2

House
Temple
Word
Beginning
Light
Love, both divine and human, emotional and espousal
Soul
Psyche
Lamb
King
Kingdom
Truth
Way
Citizen
Citizenship
Life
Tree
Justice
Justification/Righteous/Righteousness
Wisdom
Understanding
Land
Promise
Vine
Water
Will, as in God’s will
Food
Manna
Mountain
Work
Bride
Groom or as it says of Jesus Bridegroom
Garden
Gardener/farmer
Blessing
Name
Glory
Sin
Evil
Happiness
Misery
Beatitude
Vineyard
Grape
Wine
Bride
Sheep
Shepherd
Grace
Covenant
Heart


#3

Can help with a few of these only.
Entries in bold.


#4

Life = chai (l’chaim is “to life”)

Water= ma’im


#5

Whoooh!! I shoulda remembered that one!!!:thumbsup:


#6

Thanks!

I will take all of the help that is out there!


#7

You can find the Hebrew of every verse/ word you’re curious about here: blueletterbible.org/
and here:
eliyah.com/lexicon.html


#8

Thanks!

Any more help?

THANKS!


#9

I thought post #7 covered every word you asked about. That’s 100% so what more do you need?


#10

thistle:

I do not know how to use the second one, sorry!

THANKS!!!


#11

Any more help?


#12

I want to thank those that have helped.

Any more help?

THANKS!


#13

Here is the Hebrew for these words. I do not have my Greek keyboard set up to this computer, but you can probably Google a Greek lexicon to find the Greek equivalent to each of these words.


#14

Scritstudent:

You are a total saint.

Oh, the transliterated characters would be fine.

THANKS!!!

Your idea really helps!!!


#15

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