Greek Words for Praise

Praise and Worship Bible Study


Greek English Translation is épainos

This is not an exhausted completed listing, but these words are here for your learning.

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Definition: to praise God, I praise

Scriptures: Luke 2:13, Luke 2:20, Luke 19:37, Acts 3:8,9; Romans 15:11, Revelation 19:5

Strong’s Greek Concordance: 134


Definition: to praise, commendation, a thanks-offering (sacrifice of praise) presented to God for some benefit received

Scripture: Hebrews 13:15

Strong’s Greek Concordance: 133


Definition: to praise, laudatory discourse

Scriptures: Matthew 21:16 (Psalm 8:3), Luke 18:43

Strong’s Greek Concordance: 136


Definition: to honor, renown, glory splendor, an especially divine quality, the unspoken manifestation of God ie. Shekinah or Shechinah, exercising personal opinion which determines value – glory  [Always good in NT]

Scriptures: Matthew 4:8, Matthew 6:13, Matthew 6:29, Matthew 16:27, Matthew 19:28, Matthew 24:30, Matthew 25:31, Mark 10:37, Mark 13:26, Luke 2:9, Luke 2:32, Luke 4:6

Strong’s Greek Concordance: 1391


Definition: I praise, I commend, I applaud

Scriptures: Luke 16:8, Romans 15:11, 1 Corinthians 11:2, 1 Corinthians 11:17, 1 Corinthians 11:22

Strong’s Greek Concordance: 1867

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Definition: to praise, enthusiasts acknowledge for what deserves praise

Scriptures: Romans 2:29, 1 Corinthians 4:5, 2 Corinthians 8:18, Philippians 4:8

Strong’s Greek Concordance: 1868


Definition: to speak well of, praise, I bless, I am blessed, giving a blessing, to consecrate a thing with solemn prayers, to ask God’s blessing on a thing

Scriptures: Luke 1:64, James 3:9, Matthew 5:44, Matthew 8:7

Strong’s Greek Concordance: 2127


Definition: to praise, blessing, adulation, gift, fair or flattering speech, panegyric of God or Christ

Scriptures: Ephesians 1:3, James 3:10, Revelation 5:12, Revelation 7:12

Strong’s Greek Concordance: 2129


Definition: hallelujah, alleluia (a adoring exclamation), praise ye the Lord

Scriptures: Revelation 19:1, Revelation 19:3,4; Revelation 19:6

Strong’s Greek Concordance: 239


Definition: to sing a hymn, I sing, sing hymns to praise

Scriptures: Matthew 26:30, Mark 14:26, Acts 16:25, Hebrews 2:12

Strong’s Greek Concordance: 5214

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