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Words in Swedenborg
and Their Meanings in Modern English

by Rev. Frank Rose

(E - I)

EARTH (L. TELLUS) = world; planet (this planet and others)
EARTH
(L. TERRA) = land (often "the land of Canaan")
EBULLITION
= boiling up
EBULLIENT
= boiling, bubbling
ECCLESIASTIC
(n.) = priest; minister; member of a religious order ***ECCLESIASTICAL = related to a church
***ECCLESIASTICAL ORDER
= structure or order of command in a church
***ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY
= church history ECCLESIASTICAL
***JURISDICTION
= jurisdiction of the church
***ECCLESIASTICAL LOVE OF SELF
= selfish love of priests or ministers ***(also transl. the ECCLESIASTIC'S LOVE OF SELF)
EDUCATION
= upbringing or raising of children (at home or in school)
EFFECT
(v.) = bring about; cause; achieve
EFFECTUATE
= make happen; cause
EFFERVESCE
= boil up; bubble
***EFFERVESCENT
= boiling over; bubbling up
EFFETE
=worn out; useless; used up
EFFICIENT
= causing something to happen
EFFIGY
= image; idol
***EFFIGIED
= presented in an image
EFFLUENT HEAT=
radiating heat
EFFLUVIUM
(L. pl. EFFLUVIA) = emanation; vapor; odor
***EFFLUVIENT EXHALATIONS
= bad-smelling vapors EFFLUX = output; ***flowing out
EFFULGENT
= shining brilliantly
***EFFULGENCE
= brilliance
ELATED
= conceited; lofty; with an inflated idea of self
ELATION
= conceit; pride; haughtiness
ELECT
(n.) = chosen people; people who are saved
ELECT
(v.) = choose; select
***ELECTION
= predestination; being chosen by God for heaven without ***regard to a person's quality
ELEMENTARY
= basic, elemental
***ELEMENTARY FIRE
= the basic element - fire
ELL
= eighteen inches (45 centimeters); a cubit
ELUDE
= avoid
EMETIC
= something that produces vomiting
EMINENCE
= hill, high point
EMINENT
= outstanding
***EMINENT USE
= outstanding position of usefulness
EMISSARY SPIRIT
= messenger; spirit sent out as a messenger (also called a SUBJECT SPIRIT)
EMIT
= send out; radiate
EMOLUMENT=
profit
EMPYEMATA
(L.) = collections of pus
EMULATE
= try to equal; compete; resemble; imitate
EMULATION
= ambition; competition; rivalry
EMUNCTORY
= organ for emptying or getting rid of wastes (for example, when a person blows his nose he is using it as an emunctory)
EMULOUS
= resembling; imitating
END
= goal; purpose
ENDUE
= endow; clothe; put on
ENERVATE
= weaken
ENGRAFT
= graft on to; implant (also transl. INOCULATE)
ENIGMATICAL
= puzzling; like a riddle
ENJOIN
= command; hand over responsibility
ENORMOUS
= extremely wicked
***ENORMITY
= extreme wickedness; atrocity
ENS RATIONIS
(L.) = figment of the mind; something existing only in the mind
ENTHUSIAST
= fanatical person; someone who claims to be "filled with God"
***ENTHUSIASTIC SPIRIT
= fanatical person in the spiritual world; spirit ***who claims to be "filled with God"
***ENTHUSIASM
= fanaticism
ENUNCIATE
= speak out; proclaim
ENUNCIATOR=
person who announces or proclaims
ENVELOPE
= covering; border (see CUTANEOUS ENVELOPE) 
ENVIRON
(v.) = surround; enclose
EPHOD
= 1. garment without sleeves put on top of other clothes; 2. distinctive priestly garment
EQUINOCTIAL LINE
= equator (also transl. EQUINOXIAL LINE)
ERUCTATION
= belch
ERUDITE
= learned; educated
***ERUDITION
= learning
ESSE
(L.) = being; reality; essential quality (from the Latin meaning "to be")
ESTEEM
(v.) = judge; regard; evaluate
ETHER
= the atmosphere or medium through which light travels in space (also called the ETHEREAL ATMOSPHERE)
***ETHEREAL
= not material; pertaining to the ether
EUCHARIST
= communion; Holy Supper
***EUCHARISTIC
= belonging to communion
EULOGIZER
= person giving the talk or eulogy at a funeral (also called
PANEGYRIST)
EVANESCENT HUES
= fleeting colors
EVACUATOR
= vessel for emptying out
EVIL OF FALSITY
= evil that comes from false beliefs
(also called EVIL FROM FALSITY)
EVIL OF LIFE
= evil in a person and in his life
EVIL SPIRIT
= evil person in the world of spirits
(also called INFERNAL SPIRIT and SPIRIT FROM HELL)
EVINCE
= show; reveal
EX POSTERIORI
(L.) = from what is later or lower
EX PRIORI
(L.) = from earlier things; from what is higher
EXASPERATE
= irritate; make angry; rouse
***EXASPERATION OF LOVE
= zeal; anger defending love
EXCITE
= move to action; arouse
EXCITATION
= arousal; irritation
EXCREMENTITIOUS
= 1. excretory; for the elimination of waste; 2. like excrement
EXCOGITATE
= think out; devise
EXPIRATION
= breathing out
EXCRESCENCE
= abnormal growth; tumor; parasite
EXCULPATE
= excuse; clear of blame
***EXCULPATION
= removal of blame; amnesty; acquittal
EXECRATE (v.)
= curse
***EXECRATION
= curse
***EXECRABLE
= cursed; damnable
EXEGESIS
= explanation of texts in Scripture
EXHORTATION
= urging; encouragement
EXINANITION
= emptying out of the spirit; desolation
EXISTERE
(L.) = standing forth; coming into existence; presence; taking form
EXPIATE
= atone for; reconcile; make amends
***EXPIATION
= atonement; reconciliation
EXPLICATION
= explanation; unfolding
EXPRESS
= squeeze out
EXPUNGE
= delete; blot out; erase; eliminate
EXSERTIONS
= projections; extensions (opp. of INSERTIONS)
EXTANT
= still in existence; not lost
EXTERIOR MAN
= 1. somewhat external person; 2. somewhat external part of a person
EXTERNAL CHURCH
= 1. external aspect of religion; 2. people who are mostly involved in external church activities
EXTERNAL GOOD
= good actions; superficial acts of goodness
EXTERNAL
MAN = 1. external part of a person; 2. person who is merely external
EXTERNALS OF THE CHURCH
= worship services, rituals and other activities
EXTERNAL SENSE
= outward or literal meaning of Scripture
EXTERNAL TRUTH
= 1. truth in the memory; 2. doctrinal teachings and rituals
EXTIRPATE
= banish; wipe out; pull up by the roots
EXTRA-CONJUGIAL
= 1. adulterous; extramarital 2. outside of marriage; non-marital
EXTRAVASATION
= process of squeezing liquid out of a container into the
surrounding area, as when blood is forced out of blood vessels into the
surrounding tissue
EXTRICATE
= set free; disentangle
***EXTRICATION
= breaking out
EXTRINSIC
= outward; from an outer source (opp. of INTRINSIC)
EXUDATION
= oozing out
EXULT
= rejoice
EXUVIAE
= cast-off skins or coverings (as when an animal molts)
 
FABULOUS STORY
= fable; myth
***FABULOUS FAITH
= belief in myths
FACETIOUS=
witty; humorous
FACULTY
= ability; power
FAITH
= 1. belief; conviction about what is true 2. trust; confidence
FALLACY
= deceptive appearance
***FALLACIES OF THE SENSES
= misleading physical appearances (i.e. ***that the sun rises and sets)
***FALLACIOUS
= misleading; deceptive
FALSITY OF EVIL
= false idea or distortion of truth caused by an evil desire (also called FALSITY FROM EVIL)
FANCIES
= illusions; foolish ideas; imaginary concepts
FANE
= temple
FANTASTIC=
imaginary; visionary; fanciful (also spelled PHANTASTIC)
FANTASTIC VISIONS
= imaginary visions
FASCICLE
= 1. small bundle; 2. portion of a book ready for binding
FATUOUS
= foolish; unreal; illusory
***FATUOUS LIGHT
= phosphorescent light; unreal or deceptive light (also ***called IGNIS FATUUS)
FAUCES=
1. jaws; 2, narrow and dangerous passageway
FECULENT
= foul; impure
FECUNDATE=
make fertile; make fruitful
FEIGNEDLY
= deceptively; fictitiously; in a fake manner
FELICITY
= happiness; joy
FELICITIES
= joys; happinesses
FERINE
= savage; beastly; like a wild animal
FERRIAGE
= fare paid to ride a ferry
FETID
= smelling bad; stinking
FETTERS
= shackles; foot chains
FILLETS
= 1. bands; 2. strips of cloth on a headdress with jewels attached
***FILLETS OF GOLD
= gold strips
FILLETED PRIMATE
= Bishop with a headdress or miter (also transl. MITRED PRIMATE)
FIRSTS
= beginnings; first things; things nearest to God (also transl. PRIMES; opp.of ULTIMATES)
FIRST HEAVEN
= lowest of the three heavens (also called NATURAL HEAVEN and ULTIMATE HEAVEN)
FLAGITIOUSNESS
= scandals; outrageous behaviors
FLUX
= flow
FLUXION
= flow; flowing; course
FOMENT
= stir up; warm up
FORENSIC
= 1. public; happening outside; 2. judicial
***FORENSIC DOCTRINE
= publicly stated doctrine (which may not agree ***with privately held beliefs, also transl. OUTSIDE DOCTRINE)
FORMULARY
= 1. Liturgy; 2. collection of formulas
FORNICATORY LOVE
= love of having sexual intercourse with another
unmarried person
FORTUITOUS
= by chance; accidental
FRACTIONATION
= separation into parts
FREE DETERMINATION
= free will
FRIENDSHIP OF LOVE
= deep friendship; deep attachment
FRUCTIFY
= be fruitful; produce fruit
***FRUCTIFICATION
= being fruitful; bearing fruit
FURIES
= avenging spirits; three mythological goddesses of revenge
 
GENERALS=
general things; general principles (opp. of PARTICULARS)
GENIAL LOVE
= love belonging to your own "genius" or nature; love one has by nature; love present in one's own disposition
GENIAL SPORT
= enjoyable play
GENII
= evil spirits of the worst kind
GENITOR
= parent; father
GENIUS
= 1. disposition; quality of a person; character; 2. talent, inclination, quality or spirit of a people or nation
GENEROUS
= strong
***GENEROUS HORSE
= strong horse; thoroughbred
***GENEROUS WINE
= strong wine; vintage wine
GENTILE
= heathen; person outside of the church (in the Old Testament a non-Jew; from the Christian point of view a non-Christian)
GENUINE CONJUGIAL LOVE =
genuine love between married partners
GENUS
(pl. GENERA) = class; group
GESTICULATE
= make gestures
GESTICULATOR =
mime; actor
GIVEN
= (sometimes used in the expression IT IS GIVEN meaning "it exists" or "it is permitted")
GLEBE
= piece of land; part of a field; marsh
GLORIFICATION
= making glorious; being exalted to glory (the process by which Jesus became Divine)
GOOD
(n.) = goodness
***GOOD OF CHARITY
= the goodness of loving others
***GOOD OF FAITH
= goodness that comes from living your beliefs
***GOOD OF LIFE
= the good of doing things for others from love
***GOOD OF LOVE
= goodness that comes from love
***GOOD OF MUTUAL LOVE
= the goodness of loving others more than ***oneself
***GOOD OF THE NATURAL
= good qualities people acquire from living ***according to their beliefs (also called GOOD IN THE NATURAL)
***GOOD OF TRUTH = goodness that comes from following the truth; the ***goodness of loving the neighbor based on the truth (also called ***SPIRITUAL GOOD)
***GOOD SPIRIT
= good person in the World of Spirits (in the early portion ***of ARCANA COELESTIA an angel of the first or lowest heaven)
GOODS
= 1. good qualities; good things; 2. merchandise
GRAND MAN
= 1. the form of the entire heavens as the body of the Lord; 2. the Lord's entire kingdom including heaven and the church on earth; 3. The Lord (also called THE GREATEST MAN)
GRATUITOUS
= free; freely given
GREAT TARTARY
= area once overridden by the Tartars, including China,
Mongolia, Tibet and parts of Russia (the Eastern and larger portion of
TARTARY)
GREATESTS
= greatest things; things on the largest possible scale (opp. of
LEASTS)
GROSS
= heavy; dense
GROSS BODY
= the physical body as being crude and heavy when compared to the spiritual body
GYMNASIUM
(pl. GYMNASIA) = school or gathering in the spiritual world to discuss ideas and exercise the mind
GYRATE
= revolve around a point; spin
GYRE
= spiral or circular motion
 
HABITACLE
= dwelling place; habitation
HAUGHTINESS
= conceit; pride (also transl. ELATION and ELATION OF MIND)
HEAVENLY
= (usually transl. CELESTIAL)
***HEAVENLY CONJUGIAL
= heavenly marriage; the marriage within a ***person between beliefs and loves (also called THE HEAVENLY ***MARRIAGE and THE MARRIAGE OF GOOD AND TRUTH)
***HEAVENLY DOCTRINE
= heavenly teaching; heavenly viewpoint
***HEAVENLY MARRIAGE
= marriage within a person between beliefs and 
***loves (also called THE HEAVENLY CONJUGIAL and THE MARRIAGE OF ***GOOD AND TRUTH)
***HEAVENLY PROPRIUM
= heavenly feeling of self given to those who are 
***willing to be led by the Lord
***HEAVENLY SENSE
= meaning of the Word as understood by the highest 
***
angels (also called THE CELESTIAL SENSE)
HEINOUS
= unspeakably bad (also transl. NEFARIOUS)
HELICON
or HELICONEUM = hill in the spiritual world next to the lower hill called PARNASSUM
  HELICONIANS
= people who live on HELICON
HEREDITARY EVIL
= inherited evil; inborn tendencies toward evil
HERESIARCH
= heretic; someone who creates heresies
HETEROGENEOUS
= mixed; made up of a variety of different things
HETEROGENEITY
= mixture of different things
HEXAGONAL
= having six angles (also transl. SEXAGONAL)
HISTORICAL FAITH
= faith based only on tradition; faith based on the beliefs of others
HOMOGENOUS
= similar in nature; of the same kind throughout
HOMOGENEITY
= mixture made up of similar things
HONESTY
= honorableness; integrity; respectability (not used to mean "truthfulness")
HORRIPILATION
= hair standing on end; gooseflesh
HUMAN
(n.) = humanness; humanity
HUMAN DIVINE
= human nature with Divine qualities
(God as appearing through angels is called the HUMAN DIVINE)
HUMAN NATURE
= the characteristic of being human
HUMOUR
= body fluid; juice; secretion
HYACINTHINE BLUE
= the color of a hyacinth flower
HYDRA
= mythological nine-headed sea-monster
HYPERBOLE
= exaggeration (also called HYPERBOLISM)
HYPERBOLICALLY
= in an exaggerated way
HYPOSTATIC UNION
= the underlying union between the Divine and the Human aspects in Christ
HYPOSTATIC WORD
= the Word as the Son of God in His underlying relationship with the Father
 
IDEAL
= unreal; imaginary; existing only as an idea
  IDEALIST
= one who believes that nothing really exists except our own   thoughts and ideas
  IDEALLY
= in an imaginary way; in thought but not in reality
IGNIS FATUUS
= 1. phosphorescent light; unreal or deceptive light; 2. the flame of marsh gas (also transl. FATUOUS LIGHT)
IGNOBLE
= ordinary; of inferior quality; not noble
IIM
(also spelled IJIM, Hebrew) = howling animal or bird (Isaiah 13:22 transl. "wild beasts of the Islands" or "hyenas")
ILLIMITABLE
= of unlimited number
ILLUMINE=
shine light on; enlighten
  ILLUMINATED
= enlightened
  ILLUMINATION
= enlightenment
ILLUSTRATE
= make clear; shed light on; enlighten
  ILLUSTRATION
= enlightenment
ILLUSTRIOUS
= famous
IMBIBE
= drink; take in; be deeply impressed
  IMBIBED PERSUASIONS
= deeply impressed convictions or opinions
IMBUE
= absorb; impress with; stain deeply; soak up
IMMATERIAL
= not physical
  IMMATERIAL IDEAS=
ideas formed from principles, or from inner experiences (compare: MATERIAL IDEAS = ideas arising out of experience with physical things)
IMMEDIATE
= direct; without anything coming between (not used to mean "right now")
  IMMEDIATE INFLUX
= direct inflowing
  IMMEDIATE MERCY
= mercy given directly or without cause
  IMMEDIATE REVELATION
= revelation given directly to the individual
IMMISSION
= being let into; admission
IMMUTABLE
= unchangeable; cannot be altered
IMPIOUS
= irreverent; irreligious
IMPLETION
= 1. being filled; 2. filled with awe or amazement
IMPORTUNE
= beg; request
IMPOSITION OF HANDS
= placement of hands on something
IMPOSTHUME
= abscess; boil
IMPRUDENCE
= thoughtlessness; lack of foresight; inattention
IMPUTATION
= giving of credit or blame; making account
IMPUTE
= give credit or blame
IN
= (used in the ordinary way, and also in the sense of "in a condition or state" as "in good" meaning "in a state of goodness")
INANE
= empty; void of meaning
INANITY
= emptiness
PREDICATIONS OF INANITY
= empty rhetoric; hollow preachings INAUGURATE = introduce (especially by means of a ceremony); ordain
  INAUGURATION
= introduction; ordination
INCARNATE
(adj.) = in the flesh; in a body
  INCARNATION
= taking on a body of flesh
INCREMENTS
= additions; increased amounts (opp. of DECREMENTS)
INCUBUS
= 1. feeling of being suffocated; 2. nightmare
INDECOROUS
= unsuitable; unattractive
INDEFINITE
= very numerous; beyond counting; unlimited
INDETERMINATE
= unbounded; without limits
  INDETERMINATE IDEA
= vague idea, not focused on a person or object
INDOLENT
= lazy; inactive
INDUCTION
= introduction; transfer
  INDUCTION OF THE GOOD OF ONE INTO ANOTHER=
transfer of good   qualities from one person to another
INEFFABLE = inexpressible
INERADICABLE
= cannot be rooted out (also transl. INEXTIRPABLE)
INEXTRICABLE
= cannot be disentangled
INFANT
= baby; child up to the age of five years
INFATUATE
= make foolish
INFELICITY
= unhappiness; misfortune; inappropriateness
INFERIOR
= lower; on a lower level (not necessarily "worse")
INFERNAL
(adj.) = hellish; belonging to hell
  INFERNAL CREW
= devils working together as a crew
  INFERNAL ORDER
= perverted order of hell
  INFERNAL SPIRIT
= hellish person; devil
  THE INFERNAL
= the quality of hell
INFERNALS = people in hell
INFEST
= disturb; attack
  INFESTATION
= disturbance; invasion; infesting
INFIDELITY
=unbelief; faithlessness (not used to mean "marital infidelity")
INFIRM
= weak
  THE INFIRM HUMAN
= the human nature Jesus inherited from Mary
with its weaknesses
INFLECTION
= bending; swaying
INFLUENT=
flowing in
INFLUX
= input; inflow; influence
INFOLD
= fold in; fold together; involve
INFRA
= below; under; on a lower level
  INFRA-CELESTIAL
= below the celestial plane
  INFRA-LAPSARIAN
= someone who believes that God decided after   creation who would go to heaven and who to hell (compare   SUPRA-LAPSARIAN)
  INFRA-SPIRITUAL
= below the spiritual plane
INFUSE
= pour into; insert into; immerse
INFUSION
= pouring in; immersion; injection
INGENERATE
= pass on by heredity
INGLORIOUS
= shameless; without respect
INHERE
= stick to
INIMICAL
= hostile; unfriendly
INITIAMENT
= beginning; introduction; first experience
INITIATE
= introduce
INJUNCTION
= vow; obligation
INMOST
= deepest; on the highest level
  INMOST HEAVEN
= CELESTIAL HEAVEN; HIGHEST HEAVEN
  INMOST SENSE OF THE WORD
= deepest meaning of the Word (also   called THE SUPREME SENSE)
INNATE
= born with
INNOCENCE
= willingness to be led by the Lord
INNOVATE
= introduce as new; renew; renovate; fundamentally alter what has been established
  INNOVATION
= fundamental alteration of what has been established
  INNOVATOR
= someone who fundamentally alters what has been   established
INOCULATE
= engraft; implant
  INOCULATION
= engrafting
INORDINATE
= disorderly
INSEATED
= fixed; planted firmly
INSEMINATE
= plant; sow
INSENSIBLE TO
= insensitive to; unaware of
  INSENSIBILITY
= unconsciousness; unawareness
INSINUATE
= insert; inject; put in; work into
INSTAURATE
= renew; reestablish; restore
INTEGUMENT
= covering; skin (including skins covering the internal organs of the body)
INTELLECT
= understanding; ability to understand; power of discernment
INTELLECTUAL
(n.) = the intellectual part of a person; the understanding (usually transl. THE UNDERSTANDING)
  INTELLECTUAL TRUTH
= truth deeply understood; spiritual insight; higher
  
wisdom
  INTELLECTUALLY
= with understanding; in a way that is understood INTENTIONALITY = will; ability to love, desire and intend (usually transl. WILL)
INTERCOURSE
= interaction; association between
  INTERCOURSE BETWEEN THE SOUL AND BODY
= interaction and
  
relationship between soul and body
INTERIOR
= inner; deeper
  INTERIOR MAN
= 1. deeper levels of a person's mind; 2. the reasoning
  
part of a person; 3. spirit or soul
INTERIORS
= inner parts of a person
INTERMEDIARY
= mediator; go-between
  INTERMEDIATE
(adj.) = coming in between
  INTERMEDIATE
(n.) = someone or something that comes in between
INTERMIT
= discontinue; interrupt
  INTERMISSION
= interruption
INTERNAL
(n.) = soul; inner reaches of the mind
  THE HUMAN INTERNAL=
the human soul; the inmost part of a person
  INTERNAL
(adj.) = inside; inner
  INTERNAL CHURCH
= church in the hearts of people
  INTERNAL OF THE CHURCH
= deeper aspect of the church
  INTERNAL COGITATIVE
SENSE = inner ability to think
  INTERNAL CONJUGIAL
= deeper or spiritual aspect of marriage
  INTERNAL GOOD
= inner quality of goodness
  INTERNAL HISTORICAL SENSE
= inner meaning of Scripture as it applies   to the history of different churches (also called the PROXIMATE SENSE)
  INTERNAL MAN
= spiritual part of a person; soul; deepest part
  INTERNAL MEN
= people who live by internal principles
  INTERNAL NATURAL
= inner aspect of the natural mind
  INTERNAL SENSE
= spiritual meaning of Scripture (also called the   SPIRITUAL SENSE)
INTERPOSITION
= placing in between
INTERSTICE
= in-between space
  INTERSTITIAL
= in the spaces or intervals between things
INTESTINE
(adj.) = inward; deeply felt; on a "gut" level
INTIMATES
= close friends
INTRANQUIL
= not peaceful
  INTRANQUILLITY
= condition of not being peaceful
INTREPIDITY
= courage; bravery; fearlessness
INTRINSIC
= inward; from an inner source (opp. of EXTRINSIC)
INTROMIT
= insert; introduce into
  INTROMISSION
= insertion into; introduction into
INTROSPECT =
1. look into; 2. look into oneself
INTUITION
= insight; mental view
INUNDATE
= flood
  INUNDATION
= flood; overflowing
INVECTIVE
= verbal attack; blame; insult; criticism
INVEIGLED
= lured; completely deceived
INVIOLATE
(adj.) = pure; unimpaired; undefiled
INVOCATION
= prayer
  INVOKE
= call on; pray to
IRIS STONE
= precious crystal casting rainbows (also trans. RAINBOW-STONE)
IRRADIATE
= shine forth; light up
IRREFRAGABLE
= undeniable
IRRUPTION
= invasion

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