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mann, p. 1451

riOrjfia, rii. 5.
waiSfVTTjS, ii. ao.
vaXatis dvOpainos, vL C
irdvrous, iii. j^
■a/xi, i. 35.

trap' iavToTs, xii. 16.
wap&^aaii, iv. 15.
»apa5i5(5;'a«, i. 34 ; iv. 35; tL 17.
mapa^rjXovv, X. 19 ; xi. II.
wapaKtiaOat, vii. 18, ai.
wapaieorj, v. 19.
wapinTOjfM, V. 15 ; zL II (cl Lft. on

T. 30).
wmp&KXrjais, XV. 5.
vapfi(T(px«T0(u, V. ao.
vAptais, iii. 35.

vaptaravai, vaptffrivfirfiA, I3; xiL I.
vapovaia, pp. 379 f.
iras, ix. 5 ; x. 16 ; xi. 36, 3a.
iraTTjp, 6, i. 7 ; vi. 4 ; viii. 15 ; cf. xv. 6.
war^p ( -s patriarch), ix. 5, 10; zL a8 ;

XV. 8.
mivoida, ii. 19.
Mtpi OLfxaprlas, viii, J,
ir*p«7raT«r»', xiiL 13.
Wfpioraua, V. 17.
vfptaaSs, iiL i.
ntpiTOfir], ii. 29 ; ST. 8.
ir»;Xoy, iv. 31.
wiKpia, iii. 14.
viuTTjt, xi. 17.
vinTdt', xi. II, aa ; xiv. 4.
vtaTtvfiv, viOTfvtaOcu, iii. 3 ; X. 10 ;

xiv. a.
wi'ffTis, iii. a a ; pp. 31 ff.

wtoTTii, 1^, L 8, 17; iii. 3. 35; iv.
ao; T. a; s. 8, 17; xii. 6;
xiv. I.

wlaris 'Irjaov Xpiarov, iii. aa.

tts many, i. 17.

Ik iriarfoos, i. 17 ; iii. 36, 30 (cf.
Lft); ix. 30, 33; x.6j xiv. 23.
wkAa/M, ix. 30.
wX.foyd(tiv, T. ao.



ir\(ovf^'ta, i. 39.
irA.7;poi/f , XV. 19.
vKTjpotjiopeTv, Tr\T]po(pop(ia0<u, if. 31 J

xiv. 5; XV. 13 (v. 1.).
vX-fjpwfia, xi. 13, 35 ; xv. 39.
■nXovTeiv, x. 13.
ttAoCtos, ix. 33; xi. 13.
rrvfvjxa, viii. 9, 10, II ; xii. II ; xv. 30,

nvtvfia "Ayiov, v. 5 ; ix. I ; xiv.
17 ; xv. 13, 16, 19.

Wfvfxa @(ov, viii. 9, 14.

irccO/ja XpidTov, viii. 9.

nrtC/ia d7«a;<Ti/i'7;s, i. 4.

■TsC/xa 5oii\6*aj, viii. 15.

wv(vfia Karavv^iOii, xi. 8.

wvfvfia vloOeaias, viii. 15.

Iv irviiixaTi, Iv rS irvevfiarif i. 9 ;
ii. 29 ; viii. 9 ; ix. i.

Kara vvevfia, i. 4 ; viii. 4, 5.
wtvuaTtKSs, L 11; T. 14; vii. 14;

XV. 27.
voKiv, i. 33.
iroWol, ol, V. 15.

voWd, ri, XV. ai«
vovrjpla, i. 39.
vopvda, i. 29 (v. 1.).
vpoyivijOKUv, viii. 39 ; xi. S«
irpoypacpftv, xv. 4.
wpoSiSoj/aj, xi. 35.
irpofiprjKfvai, ix. 29.
vpofirayYiWfaOai, i. a.
vpoiTOijxa^dv, ix. 33.
7rpoe'x«<7^aii iii. 9.
vpoTjyfiadai, xii. lO.
irpodecrts, viii. 38 ; ix. Ii ; p. 150^
TrpoOvfxoi, i. 15.
•npotaTaaOai, xii. 8.
vpoKo-irreiv, xiii. 13.
vpovoeiaOai, xii. 17.
vpoopi^ftv, viii. 39.
vponaTccp, iv. I.
irpoTiip-treiv, xv. 34.
jr/)(5y, iii. 26 ; viii. 18.
vpoaayoj-yr], v. 3.
irpooKaprepfiv, xii. 13,
irpoaKopLfia, ix. 32 ; xiv. 13 (t.L).
rrpoaXafj-PdveaOai, xiv. I.
irp6a\Tj}pis, xi. 15.
vpocrTciTts, xvi. a.

1tpoa(pripa, XV. 16.

"BpoawnoX-qipia, ii. II.

vpoTi6ea9ai, iii. 25 (otherwise Lft. <n^

/<7C., cf. p. 318).
irpO(pr)T(ia, xii. 6.
7rpo(pr]TiK6s, xvi. 36.
irpuiTov, i. 16 (v, L).

WpWTOt, X. 19.



III. GREEK WORDS



449



vpafrSroKos, viii. 39.
vraifiv, xi. Ii.
9TWX0S, XV. 26.
iraipovv, xi. J.
vwpaiats, xi. 35.

^^A«i, X. 8, 17.
^'Ca, xi. 16 ff. ; XV. I a.
6v6fievoi, u, xi. 26.
P(I»/*77, i. 7,

9apKtK6s, XV. 27.
aapKivos, vii. 14.

ffdp^, hi. ao; vi. 19 ; ix. 8 ; ziii. 14;
p. 181.

Ir aapKt, iy rrj aapKi, vii. 5 ; viii.

3,9.,
card capKOy i. 3 ; iv. t ; viii. 4,

j;.ix.3. 5; P- 333 ff.

Zaracaf, xvi. 20 ; p. 145.
atPi^iaeai, i. 25.
<r7]fiuov, iv. II ; xv. 19.
o'/vdvSaA.oc, xi. 9 ; xiv. 13.

OKtVOi, ix. 31, 22.

OKXrjpvvdv, ix. 18,

OKOvtiv, xvi. 17.

"Xiravia, xv. 34, 28.

avipua, ix. 7>

<nrot;Si7, xii. 8, II.

artvoxopia, ii. 9.

ari^Kuv, xiv. 4.

ffTi7/)iC€i»', i. 11; xvi. 25.^

aroix^iv, iv. 13 (on roit aroix, we

Lft).
<Ti;77€»'^j, ix. 3 ; xvi. 7, 10, 21.
avyKXfiiiv, xi. 32.
avyic\i]pov6fjios, viii. 17.
atry/vou/cvcos, xi. 17.
aviifiapTvpfiVtii. 15; viii. 16; ix. I.
avuficptpos, viii. 29.
avu-napaKoXeiaOai, i. 13.

o-v/x7rd<rx**''f 'viii. I7'
avfKpmos, vi. 5.
owa'^tuvi^icOai, xv. 30
ffwa«x/idXaiToy, xvi. 7"
ffi/vava7rai5«(r6a«, xv. 32.
avvavTiXafi^avtaQai, viii. 36.
avvairajfaOat, xii. 16.
aw€i6j;o-<y, ii. 15 ; ix. I.
avuepytiv, viii. 28.
awevSoKtiv, i. 32.
avvOaiTTtaOat, vi. 4.
crui'«TT<ii'ai, iii. 5 ; xvi. I.
awiuv, iii. 11.
avvrtXiiv, ix. 38.
a<'VTinvuv, ix. 28.
awTpi^tiv, xvi. 30.



avvrpifxiM, iii. 16.

ffui'ttiStVeij/, viii. 2 3.

auffTuvpoCffOat, vi. 6.

(ni<TX'?MaT(feff0ai, xii. a.

ffipayrj, viii. 36.

a'l'payi((iv, xv. 38.

o<ppayis, iv. II,

acJ^ftc, aai^taOat, v. 9; viiL 34; zL

36 : cf. Lft. p. 288.
owfxa, vi. 6 ; vii. 4, 24 ; xii. I.
^aiaiimTpoi, xvi. 31.
aoorijpia, i. 16 ; x. I ; xi. II.

Tair«(«/(5y, xii. 16.

T« 7dp, vii. 7.

Tfievov, viii. 14, 17 ; ix. 8 (cf. DeisB

mann, p. 164).
riXos ( = end), x. 4; ( = toll), xiii. 7.
T«' Ipovfj-iv, iii. 5.

Tt o5j' ; iii. 9 ; vi. 15 ; xi. 7.

t/ oSi' epovfiev ; iv. I ; vi. I ; vii
7 ; viii. 31 ; ix. 14, 30.

&\\ci T( ki-yfi ; z. 8 ; xi 4.
Ti^^, xii. 10.
Ttvts, iii. 3 ; xi. 1 7.
rd Kar ifxi, i. 15.
roXfiav, V. 7-
ToXfiripdrepov, XV. 15.
TiSiros, xii. 19; XV. 23.
Tov with infin., vi. 6 ; vii. 3.
rpavf^a, xi. 9.
rpaxrjXos, Xvi. 4.
Twyor, V. 14 ; vi. 17.

iPpioTTii, i. 30.

i;(oS«cr/a, viii. 1 5.

uJdi (of Christ; cf. Deissmann,p.i66f.),

1. i)., viii. 39; (of man), viii. 14.
v/ifrepos, xi. 31.
vnaieorj, i. 5 ; v. 19 ; xvL I9»
i'Tra/foveii', X. 16.
viravSpoSf vii. 3.
vn&pxfiyf iv- ^9.
ii7r€pej'Ti;7X<i>'««»', viiL 26,
iirfp«'x«i>', xiii. I.
vwtprjtpavos, i. 30.
vTTfpviKav, viii. 37.
vnepntpiaaevdv, v. SO.
vtrtpippovilv, xii. 3.
iiro, iii. 9.
virciSixor, iii. 19.
{inoKd/jina, ix. 37.
ino/xivfiVf xii. 13.
vitojAovri, V. 3.
viroTaafftiv, iijro7<}(jfftaffai, viiL JOJ Xi

3; xiii. I.
laTfptiaGat, iii. 33.



Gg



450



INDEX TO THE NOTES



tif/yjkSt, xii. i6.
Cif,o)fia, viii. 39.

tpalvfffOaiy vii. 13.

dpavfpovaOat, iii. ai ; zri. a6.

<pav\oi, ix. 1 1.

ipdSeaOaif viii. 33,

(p0dv(iv, ix. 31.

<piXa5(\<pla, xiu lo.

<t>i\(Ty, p. 374 £

<pl\Tjfta, xvi. 16.

^jXofevia, xii. 13.

<t)tK6ffTopyos, xii. lOw

<pi\oTifi.fTaOm, xt. ao.

ipopoi, xiii. 6.

ippdrrttv, iiL 19.

^povcrv, viii. 5 ; xiL 16 ; ziy. 6; zr. 5.

tppivriiia, viii. 6.

ippSvtftos, xi 35 ; xiL 16.

^v\(i(r<rcii', ii. a6.

ipvpafia, ix. ai ; xL 16.

^<rit, iL 14.

X«v><i,xiT-i7; «▼. »3-
kV». L 5 ; ▼. a. 15 ; «i. s, 6 : xiL s;
XV. ifi: zvL ao; p. 18.



xApiff/xa, i. 11; vi. 23; «ii 6; fk

358 ff.

X/JSia, Xii. 13.
XprifjaTi((iv, vii. 3.
XprjiJiCiTiafios, xi. 4.
XprjaroXo-yia, xvi. 18.
Xp^otSttis, ii. 4; iii. la ; xi. aa.
"kpiaihi ^Irjaoiis, viiu 34 (v. 1.), 39 ; pp.
3f., T6of.

If Xpiar^ Irjaov, iii. 34; vL II.

Iv XpiaT$, ix. I ; xvi. 7.

^ct/So/uu, ix. I.
if/fvSos, i. 35.
ipevcTfta, iii. 7,
\^«v<rTJ7r, iii. 4.
<^X4» iL 9 ; xiiL 1.

Aj, ix. 3a.

oif £)/, XT. 34.
&<ravTws, viii. 36.

&aTe (with indie), vii. 4 ; (with bfia.X
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ROMANS.



By the Rev. WILLIAM SANDAY, D.D., LL.D.,

\::Ay Margaret Professor of Divinity, and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford.

^ AND THE

Rev. A. C. HEADLAM, M.A., D.D.,

Principal of King's College, London.



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