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A GREEK NEW TESTAMENT AND HEBREW OLD TESTAMENT  CONCORDANCE

- WITH THE CORRESPONDING SEPTUAGINT GREEK AND LXX APOCRYPHA -

OF DRUG ABUSE AND RELATED IN SCRIPTURE

 (i)

ANALYTICAL CONCORDANCE TO THE HOLY BIBLE

Robert Young LL.D   p.916

Eighth Edition Revised 1939   Reprint 1975

Φαρμακεία pharmakeia ‘enchantment with drugs’

Galatians 5:20, Rev. 9: 21, 22:15.

Young's Analytical Concordance 'Sorcery'  (ii) Courtesy the Lutterworth Press

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(ii)

GREEK NEW TESTAMENT

Pharm red op Pharmakeia

‘Sorcery’ ‘drug magic’

and cognates from Φάρμακον pharmakon ‘a drug’.

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 Φάρμακεία ‘sorcery’, ‘drug magic’ Galatians 5:20 Greek N.TEnglish NIV). Revelation 18:23 Greek N.TEnglish KJV (WH  φάρμακία)

Φάρμακείων  ‘enchantment or magic with drugs’   Revelation 9:21 Greek N.T   English KJV  (N φάρμακίων T.WH φαρμάκων, mg φάρμακίων).

Φαρμακευσιν  ‘an enchanter or magician with drugs’ Revelation 21:8 Greek N.T  English KJV (N. WH φαρμακοίς). Revelation 22:15 φαρακοι  Greek N.T   English NIV (WH φαρμακι).

Compiled from from the Textus Receptus (Received Text) of 1894 with the various readings of E.Nestle 1904 (=N) Tischendorf 1885 (=T) Westcott & Hort 1881 (=WH)

Cf. A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament Dawson - Taylor  1831, 1861. A Concordance to the Greek Testament Moulton - Geden,  edition 1977. The Englishman’s Greek Concordance of the New Testament, George V. Wigram, London 1903. reprint 1976. 

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THE SEPTUAGINT (GREEK OLD TESTAMENT) AND LXX APOCRYPHA

Septuagint (LXX) Concordance  All rights reserved

Parenthesis ( ) = a various reading or versification

LXX Concordance  (Apoc.)  All rights reserved
Other OT Greek Versions

Hebrew  Old Testament Concordance  ii All rights reserved

Compiled from: A Concordance to the Septuagint and the other Greek Versions of the Old Testament (Including the Apocryphal Books), Edwin  Hatch and Henry Redpath  Oxford 1897, reprint 1954. A Concordance of the Septuagint  George Morrish, 1886. A Greek-English Lexicon Liddell and Scott, Oxford, Edition 1976. The Oxford Hebrew Lexicon, Brown, Driver Briggs Edition 1975.

Some of the above verses may take the metaphorical sense

See below Hebrew - LXX - English  for online versification and context

(iv)

THE GREEK LXX & HEBREW OLD TESTAMENT

WITH FULL ON-LINE RESOURCES

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THE BLUE LETTER BIBLE

Kesh op  kashph = Pharm red op Pharmakeia  

 Φάρμακεία - Φαρμακος - Φαρμακευς

The magical plant ‘off cutter’ or drug magician with philtres and charms’,  in the LXX generally φαρμακος or φαρμακευς ‘a magician with drugs’ as above.

 Exodus 7:11  Hebrew   Greek LXX   English NIV

Exodus 22:18  Hebrew   Greek LXX   English KJV

Deuteronomy 18:10  Hebrew   Greek LXX   English KJV

2 Chronicles 33:6  Hebrew   Greek LXX  English KJV

Daniel 2:2  Hebrew   Greek LXX   English KJV

Malachi 3:5  Hebrew  Greek LXX   English KJV

Jeremiah 27:9  Hebrew   Greek LXX   English KJV

2 Kings 9:22 Hebrew   Greek LXX   English KJV

Isaiah 47:9  Hebrew  Greek LXX  English KJV

Isaiah 47:12 Hebrew  Greek LXX  English KJV

Micah 5:12 (11)  Hebrew   Greek LXX   English KJV

Nahum 3:4 Hebrew   Greek LXX  English ASV

Psalm 58:5  Greek LXX   English ASV

Heb ii

Compiled from: The Englishman’s Hebrew and Chaldee Concordance of the Old Testament, George V. Wigram, London 1843, reprint 1976. The Analytical Concordance of the Holy Bible, Robert Young 1879, reprint 1975. The Oxford Hebrew Lexicon, Brown, Driver Briggs, edition 1975.  The Analytical Hebrew & Chaldee Lexicon B. Davidson, reprint 1976.

Some of the above verses may also take the metaphorical sense, read online for  context

(v)

THE HEBREW ראש Rsh = THE OPIUM POPPY

partic. Deuteronomy 29:18 confer KJV margin

In later Hebrew ‘any bitter poison in general’. In the LXX generally χολη καί πικρία ‘gall and bitterness’ e.g. Deuteronomy 29:18. From the context the meaning may take either the literal or metaphorical senses,  partic. e.g. Deuteronomy 32:32,33, Hosea 10:4, Job 20:16 etc.

In the English version generally ‘gall’

In the following from the New Testament comparative of the Crucifixion narrative of St. Matthew 27:34, (Greek NT, English KJV) and St. Mark 15:23 (Greek NT, English KJV) the literal sense is seen.

See Page Golgotha

Deuteronomy 29:18  Hebrew   Greek LXX   English ASV

Lamentations 3:5   Hebrew Greek LXX  English KJV

Lamentations 3:19  Hebrew Greek LXX  English KJV

Psalm 69:21 (22)  Hebrew   Greek LXX  English KJV

The following concordance for the Hebrew ראש Rsh is included though in these verses much of the sense is obviously metaphorical.

Hose 10:4  Hebrew  Greek LXX   English ASV

Deuteronomy 32:32,33   Hebrew   Greek LXX   English KJV

Jeremiah 8:14   Hebrew   Greek LXX  English KJV

Jeremiah 9:15 (14)  Hebrew   Greek LXX   English KJV

Jeremiah 23:15   Hebrew   Greek LXX   English KJV

Job 20:16  Hebrew   Greek LXX  English KJV

 

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OTHER RELATED HEBREW

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Robert Young (1822 - 1888)

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