ROBERT YOUNG'S
ANALYTICAL CONCORDANCE, ORIGINAL, UNABRIDGED,
Letter-C,

CAB - Measure containing above three pints, 3p gab.
2 Ki. 6. 25 the fourth part of a cab of dove s dung
CAB -BON, ji23, Xa/3pd, Xa00d circle, hamlet, hilly.
A town in the low country of Judah.
Josh. 15. 40 And C., and Lahmam, and Kithlish

CABIN - Cell, dungeon, vault, nun chanuth.
Jer. 37. 16 Jeremiah was entered, .into the cabins

CA -BUL,  dry. sandy?
1. A border city of Asher, N.E. of Canaan. Its modern
name is Kabul, 9 miles E. of Akka, and 8 from Jefat.
It is on the borders of Galilee.
Josh. 19. 27 and goeth out to C. on the left hand.
2. Name given by Hiram king of Tyre to the twenty
cities in the land of Galilee which Solomon gave him,
B.C. looo.
i Ki. 9. 13 And he called them the land of C.

CAE-SAR, [Roman Emperor of the linage of Julius Caesar]
Always in the New Testament, the Roman emperor. To
him the Jews paid tribute, and to him those Jews that
were " Roman citizens " had the right of appeal.

Matt. 22. 17 Isit lawful to give tribute unto C., or not?
22. 21 They say unto him C. s. Then saith he
22. 21 Render. . unto C. the things which are C. s

Mark 12. 14 Is it lawful to give tribute to C., or notT
12. 16 And they said unto him, C. s
12. 17 Render to C. the things that are C s., and

Luke 2. i there went out a decree from C. Augustus
3. i fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius C.
20. 22 Is it lawful, .to give tribute unto C., or
20. 24 Whose image, .hath it? They answ. . .C. s
20. 25 Render, .unto C.the things which be C. s
23. 2 found this, .forbidding to give, .to C.

John 1:12 the Jews cried, .thou art not C. s friend
19. 12 maketh himself a. .speaketh against C.
IQ. 15 priests answered, We have no king but C.

Acts ii. 28 great dearth, .in the days of Claudius [C.J
17. 7 these all do contrary to the decrees of C.
25. 8 nor yet against C., have I offended any
25. 10 Then said Paul, I stand at C. s judgment
25. ii if there be none . . I appeal unto C.
25. 12 Hast thou ap. unto C.? unto C. shalt
25. 21 to be kept till I . .send him to C.
26. 32 if he had riot appealed unto C.
27. 24 thou must be brought before C. : and, lo
28. 19 I was constrained to appeal unto C.
Phil. 4. 22 saints salute you . . they . . of C. s household

CAE-SAR-E -A, [Cities named after a Caesar]

A seaport on the Mediterranean, 70 miles N.W. of Jeru
salem, on the line of the great road from Tyre to Egypt,
and midway between Joppa and Dora. Now entirely
desolate. Csesarea was founded by Herod the Great
B.C. 10, and named in honour of Cncsar Augustus. Paul
appeared before Felix, and was imprisoned at Caesarea
A.D. 58. It was made a metropolitan see at an early
period. Councils were held here in 334 and 358. It
must not, however, be confounded with Ca;sarea
Philippi, another town in Palestine.

Acts 8. 40 preached in all the cities, till he came toC.
9. 30 they brought him down to C.,and sent him
10. i There was a certain man in C. called Cor.
10. 24 And the morrow after they entered into C.
11. ii there were three men. .sent from C.
12. 19 And he went down from Judea to C.
18. 22 And when he had lauded at C., and
21. 8 company departed, and came unto C.
21. 16 There went, .of the disciples of C.
23. 23 ready two hundred soldiers to go to C.
23. 33 they came to C., and. .presented Paul
25. i after three days he ascended from C. to
25. 4 Paul should be kept at C., and that he
25. 6 tarried . .ten days, he went, unto C.
25. 13 Beniice came unto C. to salute Festus
C-BJ-SAR-E-A PHIL-IP -PI, Koicrdpeia i] <J>iAi7riroi
Caesarea of Philip.
A town near the source of the Jordan, in the extreme
N. of Canaan, and the most northerly point of Christ s
journeys. It stands at the easternmost and most im
portant of the two main sources of the Jordan the
other being Tell-el-Kadi. It is now called Banias, from
the medieval Paneax, and is about 30 miles from Tyre,
50 from Damascus, and 120 from Jerusalem.
Matt 16. 13 Jesus came into the coasts of C. P.
Mark 8. 27 Jesus went . . into the towns of C. PCAGE
1. Cage, basket, 3iV? kelub.
Jer. 5. 27 As a cage is full of birds, so (are) their
2. Watch, guard, ward, <pv\a.K-i] jthulake.
Rev. 18. 2 a cage oi every unclean and hateful bird
CAIAPHAS 135 CALL
CAI-A -PKAS, Kaiocpas depression.
The high priest of the Jews who presided at the trial
of Jesus.
Matt26. 3 assembled . . priests . . unto the palace of C.
26. 57 they, .led (him) away to C. the high priest
Luke 3. 2 Annas aud C. being the high priests, the
John 1 1. 49 one of them. .C . .said unto them, Y e
18. 13 Annas, .was father-in-law to C., which
18. 14 C. was he which gave counsel to the Jews
18. 24 Annas, .sent him bound unto C. the high
18. 28 Then led they Jesus from C. unto the
Acts 4. 6 C , and John, aud Alexander, and as
CA -IN, pp, KaiV acquisition.
1. Eldest sou of Adam and Eve.
Gen. 4. i and she conceived, aud bare C., and said
2 but C. was a tiller of the ground
3 C. brought, .an offering unto the LORD
5 unto C. and to his offering he had not
5 C. was very wroth, and his countenance
6 the LORD said unto C., Why art thou
8 And C. talked with Abel his brother
4. 8 C. rose up against Abel his. ..and slew
4. 9 And the LORD said unto Cain, Where (is)
4. 13 C. said.. My punishment (is) greater than
4. 15 whosoever slayeth C., vengeance shall be
4. 15 the LORD set a mark upon C., lest any
4. 16 C. went out from the presence of the LORD
4. 17 C. knew his wife ; and she conceived, and
4. 24 If C. shall be avenged sevenfold, truly
4. 25 instead of Abel, whom C. slew
Heb. n. 4 offered, .a more, .sacrifice than C. by
i Jo. 3. 12 Not as C., (who). . slew his brother
Jude ii they have gone in the way of C.
2. A town in the S. of Judah (properly " the Cain "), of
which no one has traced the site.
Josh. 15. 57 C., Gibeah, and Timnah ; ten cities with
3. The people mentioned in Balaam s prophecy as Kenite
is in Hebrew called Kain (j p), identical with Cain.
Nuni24. 22 Nevertheless the K. shall be wasted
Judg. 4. ii Heber the K. ..severed himself from the
CAI -NAN, KE -NAN, ij p acquisition, KaiVaj/.
1. A son of Enos, son of Seth, B.C. 3679.
Gen. 5. 9 And Enos lived ninety years, and begat C.
5. 10 Enos lived after he begat C. eight hundred
5. 12 And C. lived seventy years, and begat
5. 13 C. lived after he begat Mahalaleel eight
5. 14 the days of C. were nine hundred and
1 Ch. i. 2 K., Mahalaleel, Jered
Luke 3. 37 Maleleel, which was (the son) of C.
2. A son of Arphaxad, B c. 2000.
Luke 3. 36 Which was. .of C., which was. .of Arph.
CAKE
1.A perforated cake, n^n challah.
Exod 29. 2 cakes unleavened tempered with oil, and
29. 23 one loaf of bread, and one cake of oiled
Lev. 2. 4 (it shall be) unleavened cakes of fine flour
7. 12 he shall offer, .unleavened cakes mingled
7. 12 cakes mingled with oil, of fine flour, fried
7. 13 Besides the cakes, he shall offer (for) his
8. 26 he took one unleavened cake, and a cake
24. 5 take fine flour, and bake twelve cakes
24. 5 two tenth deals shall be in one cake
Num. 6. 15 cakes of fine Hour mingled with oil, and
6. 19 one unleavened cake out of the basket
15. 20 Ye shall offer up a cake of the first of
2 Sa. 6. 19 to every one a cake of bread, and a good
2. Cake baked on hot stones, JIJ/D maog.
i Ki 17. 12 LORD thy God liveth, I have not a cake
S.Cake baked on hot stones, ."i;j?, naj? ugah, uggah.
Exodiz. 39 they baked unleavened cakes of the
Num ii. 8 baked (it) in pans, and made cakes of it
iKi. 17. 13 but make me thereof a little cake first, and
19. 6 and, behold, .a cake baken on the coals
Eze. 4. 12 thou shalt eat it (as) barley cakes, and
Hos. 7. 8 Ephraim is a cake not turned
4. Round cake, 7 S? [V.L. Vi?? tsclul] tselil.
Judg. 7. 13 a cake of barley bread tumbled into the
5. Thin cake, p pi raqiq.
i Ch. 23. 29 for the unleavened cakes, and for (that)
CAKE of figs
Lump of dry jigs, nta n debelah.
1 Sa. 25. 18 two hundred cakes of figs, and laid (them)
30. 12 they gave him a piece of a cake of figs
iCh. 12 40 (and) meat, meal, cakes of figs, aud bun.
CAKE upon the hearth
Cake baked on hot stones, njj? ugah.
Gen. 18. 6 knead, .and make cakes upon the hearth
CAKES
1. Cakes (with marks on them), D jjs kavcanim.
Jer. 7. 1 8 the women knead, .dough, to make cakes
44. 19 did we make her cakes to worship her
2. Cakes (of the shape of a Jiearfi, ni33^> lebiboth.
2 Sa.i3. 6 make me a couple of cakes in my sight
13. 8 she took flour, .and did bake the cakes
13. 10 Tamar took the cakes^which she had
CAKES, to make
To make cakes in tJie shape of a heart, 33^> labab, 3.
2 Sa. 13. 8 and made cakes in his sight, and did bake
CAKES, unleavened
Cake pressed out, mp matslsah.
Josh. 5. ii unleavened cakes, and parched (corn) in
Judg. 6. 19 unleavened cakes of an ephah of flour
6. 20 Take the flesh and the unleavened cakes
6. 21 touched the flesh and the uuleavenedcakes
6. 21 consumed the flesh and the unleavened ca.
CA -LAH, nhsjirm.
One of the most ancient cities of Assyria. It was
founded by Assliur. The site is marked by the Nimrud
ruins, which have furnished a large proportion of the
Assyrian remains now in Britain. It was the capital
of the Assyrian empire (B.C. 930-720), and was the resi
dence of Sardauapalus and his successors down to the
time of Sargou, who built a new capital, which he called
by his own name, on the site of the modern Khoraabad.
Gen. 10. ii Asshur. .builded. .the city. .C.
10. 12 And Keseii between Nineveh and C.
CALAMITY
\.Calamily, mist, vapour, TX ed.
Deut 32. 35 for the day of their calamity (is) at hand
2 Sa. 22. 19 prevented me in the day of my calamity
Psa. 18. 18 They prevented me in. .day of my calam.
Prov. i. 26 I also will laugh at your calamity ; I will
6. 15 Therefore shall his calamity come sud.
17. 5 he that is glad at calamities shall not
24. 22 For their calamity shall rise suddenly
27. 10 neither go. .in the day of thy calamity
Jer. 18. 17 I will show them, .day of their calamity
46. 21 the day of their calamity was come upon
48. 16 The calamity of Moab (is) near to come
49. 8 I will bring the calamity of Esau upon
49. 32 I will bring their calamity from all sides
Eze. 35. 5 shed (the blood), .in the time of their cal.
Obad. 13, 13, i3Thou shouldest not . . in . . their calamity
2. Accident, misfortune, rnn hurrah [twice V.L. rrn],
Job 6. 2 my calamity laid in the balances together
30. 13 They mar my path, .set forward my cal.
Psa. 57. i make my refuge, until (these) calamities
Prov 19. 13 A foolish son (is) the calamity of his
Z.Evil, bad, jn ra.
Psa 141. 5 my prayer also, .in their calamities
CALAMUS
^1 reed, cane, "up qaneh.
Exod3o. 23 sweet calamus two hundred and fifty
Song 4. 14 Spikenard and saffron ; calamus and cin.
Eze. 27. 19 cassia, and calamus, were in thy market
CAL -COL, *?373 sustaining.
A son of Zerah, the son of Judah by his daughter-in-law
Tamar, B.C 1680. See Chalcol, which in Hebrew is
identical with Calcol.
1 Ch. 2. 6 sons of Zerah .. Heman, and C., and Dara
CALDRON
1. Caldron, jia^N agmon.
Job 41. 20 (out) of a seething pot or caldron
2. Kettle, basket, in dud.
2 Ch. 35. 13 in caldrons, and in pans, and divided
3. Pot, TD sir.
Jer. 52. 18 The caldrons also, and the shovels, and
52. 19 fire pans, and the bowls, and the caldrons
Eze. ii. 3 this (city is) the caldron, and we (be) the
11. 7 they (are) the flesh, .(city is) the caldron
ii. ii This (city) shall not be your caldron
4. Caldron, nrj^jj qallachath.
i Sa. 2. 14 And he struck (it) into the. .caldron
Mic. 3. 3 for the pot, and as flesh within the cald.
CA -LEB, 3^3 bold, impetuous.
1. A son of Jephunneh, by which patronymic he is
usually designated. He is mentioned among the chiefs
sent to spy out Canaan, and with Joshua brought back
a favourable report (B.C. 1490). He was a prince of
Judah, as chief of the Hezronites, while Nahshon was
Prince of the whole tribe. When 85 years of age he
claimed possession of the land of the Anakims, Kirjatharba
or Hebron and the neighbouring hill-country,
which was granted, and he courageously took possession
of it, driving out the three sons of Anak, B.C. 1444.
Num 13. 6 Of the tribe of Judah, C. the son of Jeph.
13. 30 And C. stilled the people before Moses
14. 6 Joshua, .and C. . .rent their clothes
14. 24 my servant C. . .him will I bring into the
14. 30 ye shall not come into the land, .save C.
14. 38 andC. the son of Jephunneh . .lived (still)
26. 65 there was not left a man. .save C. the
32. 12 Save C. the son of Jephunneh the Kene.
34. 19 Of the tribe of Judah, C. the son of Jeph.
Deut. i. 36 Save C. the son of Jephunneh ; he shall
Josh. 14. 6 C. the sou of Jephunneh the Kenezite
14. 13 gave unto C. the son of Jephunneh Heb.
14. 14 Hebron, .became the inheritance of C.
15. 13 unto C. the son of Jephunneh he gave a
15. 14 C. drove thence the three sons of Anak
15. 16 And C. said, He that smiteth Kirjath.
15. 17 the sou of Kenaz. the brother of C., took
15. 18 and C. said unto her, What wouldest
21. 12 gave they to C. the son of Jephunneh
Judg. i. 12 And C. said, He that smiteth Kirjath.
i. 13 Othniel the son of Kenaz, C. s younger
i. 14 and C. said unto her, What wilt thou?
i. 15 C. gave her the upper springs and the
1. 20 they gave Hebron unto C., as Moses
3. 9 Othniel the son of Kenaz, C. s younger
i Sa 25. 3 (was) churlish.. and he.. of. .house of C.
30. 14 made an invasion (upon), .the south of C.
i Ch. 2. 46 Ephah, C. s concubine, bare Haran, and
2. 48 Maachah, C. s concubine, bare Sheber
i Ch. 2. 49 and the daughter of C. (was) Achga
4. 15 sons of C. the son of Jephunneh ; Iru
6. 56 they gave to C. the son of Jephunneh
2. Son of Hezron son of Pharez son of Jndah, and father
of Hur by Ephrath or Ephratah, and so grandfather of
Caleb the spy (No. i.) There is some confusion about
this Caleb. B.C. 1530-1430.
i Ch. 2. 18 And C. the son of Hezron begat, .of AZIL
2. 19 C. took unto him Ephrath, which bare
2. 42 the sons of C. the brother of Jerahmeel
3. Son of Hur son of Caleb (No. 2.) B.C. 1500.
i Ch. 2. 50 These were the sons of C. the son of Hur
CA-LEB EPH-RA -TAH, nrnEN 3^73. A place near Bethlehem -Judah, supposed to have been
named after Caleb and his wife Ephratah.
i Ch. 2. 24 after that Hezron was dead in C.-e.
CALF
Calf, the young of theherd, fed on milk and the branches
of trees, fattened in stalls, offered in sacrifice when a
year old, and considered a delicacy. It was worshipped
in Egypt, which induced the impatient Israelites to
demand that Aaron should make one that should go
before them. This he did of the women s ornaments,
It was molten in the flre, fashioned with a graving tool, an altar built to it, and worshipped with revelry. Jeroboam (B.C. 970) made two of gold, which he placed
in Bethel and Dan, the extreme limits of his kingdom,
appointed priests, built altars, and offered sacrifices.
This, though denounced by a prophet, was carried on by
every succeeding king of Israel, and became the great
sin of Israel, for which they were punished, carried
into Assyria, and finally perished in oblivion.
1. Son of the herd, liJS ja ben baqar.
Gen. 1 8. 7 fetched a calf tender ; 18. 8 ; i Sa. 14. 32.
la. Son, J2 ben.
i Sam. 6. 7 bring their calves home; 6. 10.
2. Calf, heifer, Sjy egel.
Exod32. 4 after he had made it a molten calf
32. 8 they have made them a molten calf, and
32. 19 as soon as he came nigh, .he saw the calf
32. 20 took the calf which they had made, and
32. 24 I cast it. .and there came out this calf
32. 35 because they made the calf which Aaron
Lev. 9. 3 a calf and a lamb, (both) of the first year
9. 8 slew the calf of the sin-offering which
Deut. 9. 16 (and) had made you a molten calf
9. 21 I took your sin, the calf which ye had
i Sa. 28. 24 the women had a fat calf in the house
1 Ki.i2. 28 made two calves (of) gold, and said unto
12. 32 sacrificing unto the calves that he had
2 Ki.io. 29 (to wit), the golden calves that (were) in
17. 16 made them molten images, .two calves
2 Ch.ii. 15 and for the calves which he had made
13. 8 (there are) with you golden calves, which
Neh. 9. 1 8 when they had made them a molten calf
Psa. 29. 6 He maketh them also to skip like a calf
68. 30 the multitude of the bulls, with the calves
106. 19 They made a calf in Horeb .. worshipped
Isa. ii. 6 the calf and the young lion and the
27. 10 there shall the calf feed, and there shall
Jer. 34. 18 when they cut the calf in twain, and
34. 19 which passed between, .parts of the calf
Eze. i. 7 their feet (was) like the sole of a calf s
Hos. 8. 5 Thy calf, O Samaria, hath cast (thee) off
8. 6 the calf of Samaria shall be broken in
13. 2 Let the men that sacrifice kiss the calves
Amos 6. 4 the calves out of the midst of the stall
Mic. 6. 6 shall I come before him. .with calves of
Mai. 4. 2 and grow up as calves of the stall
3. Calf, rhty eglah.
Hos. io*. 5 inhabitants. . shall fear because of . .calves
4. A young bull, produce, 15, i? par.
Hos. 14. 2 so will we render the calves of our lips
5. A young calf, /toVxos moschos.
Luke 1 5. 23 bring hither the fatted calf, and kill (it)
15. 27 and thy father hath killed the fatted calf
15. 30 thou hast killed for him the fatted calf
Heb. 9. 12 Neither by the blood of goats and calves
9. 19 he took the blood of calves and of goats
Rev. 4. 7 and the second beast like a calf
CALF, to make a
To make a calf, fj.o<rxpiroitu moschopoied.
Acts 7. 41 And they made a calf in those days
CALF, young
A heifer, son of the herd, ip,? !? ty egel ben baqar.
Lev. 9. 2 Take thee a young calf for a sin offering
CALKER
Repairers of a breach, p-13 j3 !Br [chazaq (5) bedeq],
Eze. 27. 9 wise (men) thereof were in thee. .calkers
27. 27 calkers, and the occupiers of thy merch.
CALL, to
1. To say, T2N arnar.
Isa. 5. 20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and
Lam. 2. 15 that (men) call The perfection of beauty
2. To cause to come in, Ni3 bo, 5.
Esth. 5. 10 he sent and called for his friends, and
3. To cry (for help], pyt zaaq. .
Judg 12. 2 when I called you, ye delivered me not
4.7*0 cause to cry (for help), pl j zaaq, 5.
Judg 4. 10 Barak called Zebulun and Naphtali to
CALL 13G CALL
5 . To call, name, vr qara.
Gen. i. 5 called the light Day .. darkness he called
i. 8 And God called the firmament Heaven
x. 10 And God called the dry (land) Earth
1. 10 gathering, .of the waters called he seas
2.19 brought (them) . . to see what he would call
2. 19 whatsoever Adam called every living
3. 9 the LORD God called unto Adam, and
3. 20 Adam called his wife s name Eve
4. 17 he builded a city, and called the name
4. 25 she bare a sou, and called his name Srth
4. 26 and he called his name Enos
4. 26 then began men to call upon the name of
5. 2 and blessed them, and called their name
5. 3 begat (a son), .and called his name Seth
5. 29 called his name N oah, saying, This (same)
n. 9 Therefore is the name of it called Babel
12. 8 and called upon the name of the LORD
12. 18 Pharoah called Abram, and said, What
13. 4 there Abram called on the name of the
16. ii bear a son. .shall call his name Ishmael
16. 13 she called the name of the LORD that
1 6. 15 and Abram called his sou s name. .Ish.
17. 15 t h. Hi shalt not call her name Sarai, but
17. 19 thou shall call his name Isaac : and I will
19. 5 they called unto Lot, and said unto him
19. 37 bare a son, and called his name Moab
19. 38 bare a son, and called his name Ben-ammi
20. 8 called all his servants, and lold all
20. 9 Abimelech called Abraham, and said
21. 3 Abraham called Ihe name of his son. .Is.
21. 17 the angel of God called to Hagar out of
21. 31 Wherefore he called that place Beer-sheba
21. 33 and called there on the name of the LORD
22. ii the angel of the LORD called unto him
22. 14 Abraham called . . that place Jehovah -ji.
22. 15 the angel of the LORD called unto Abra.
24. 57 they said, We will call the damsel, and
24. 58 they called Rebekah, and said unto her
25. 25 and they called his name Esau
26. 9 Abimelech called Isaac, and said. Behold
26. 18 and he called their names after the
26. 18 by which his father had called them
26. 20 and he called the name of the well Esek
26. 21 and he called the name of it Sitnah
26. 22 and he called the name of it Rehoboth
26. 25 and called upon the name of the LORD
26. 33 he called it Shebah. .the name of the
37. i he called Esau his eldest son, and said
27. 42 and she. .called Jacob her younger son
28. i Isaac called Jacob, and blessed him
28. 19 he called the name of that place Beth-el
39. 32 bare a son, and she called his name Reu.
39. 33 bare a son. .and she called his name Sim.
29. 35 therefore she called his name Judah
30. 6 God. .given me a son : therefore called
33. 8 and she called his name N aphtali
30. ii A troop cometh : and she called his
30. 13 and she called his name Asher
30. 1 8 and she called his name Issachar
30. 20 and she called his name Zebulun
30. 21 she bare a daughter, and called her name
30. 24 she called his name Joseph ; and said
31. 4 Jacob sent and called Rachel and Leah
31. 47 Laban called it Jegar-sahadutha
31. 47 but Jacob called it Galeed
31. 54 Then Jacob, .called his brethren to eat
32. 2 and he called the name . . Mahanaim
32. 30 Jacob called the name of the place Peniel
33. 20 an altar, and called it El-elohe-Israel
35. 7 he built there an altar, and called the
35. 10 and he called his name Israel
35. 15 Jacob called the name of the place
35. 1 8 as her soul was in departing, .she called
35. 1 8 but his father called him Benjamin
38. 3 and he called his name Er
38. 4 and she called his name Onan
38. 5 bare a son ; and called his name Shelah
39. 14 That she called unto the men of her house
41. 8 he sent and called for all the magicians
41. 14 Then Pharaoh sent and called Joseph
41. 45 And. .called Joseph s name Zaphnath.
41. 51 And Joseph called the name of the first
41. 52 the name of the second called he Ephr.
46. 33 when Pharaoh shall call you, and shall
47. 29 he called his son Joseph, and said unto
49. i Jacob called unto his sons, and said
Exod. i. 18 the king of Egypt called for. .mid wives
2. 7 Shall I u<> and call to thee a nurse of
3. 8 the maid went and called the child s
a. 10 she called his name Moses : and she
2. 20 call him, that he may eat bread
3. 22 she bare (him) a sou, and he called his
3. 4 God called iiiito hiin out of the midst of
7. 1 1 Pharaoh also called the wise men and
8. 8 Pharaoh called for Moses and Aaron
8. 25 Pharaoh called for Moses and for Aaron
9. 27 Pharaoh sent, and called for Moses and
10. 1 6 Then Pharaoh called for Moses and Aaron
10. 24 Pharaoh called unto Moses, and said
12. 21 Moses called for all the elders of Israel
12. 31 he called for Moses and Aaron by night
16. 31 Israel called the name thereof Manila
17. 7 he called the name of the place Massah
17. 15 Moses built an altar, and called the
19. 3 the LORD called unto him out of the
19. 7 Moses came and called for the elders of
19. 20 the LORD called Moses (up) to the top of
24. 16 the seventh day he called unto Moses
31. 2 I have called bv name Bezaleel the son of
33. 7 and called it the Tabernacle of the Con.
Exod 34. 15 and do sacrifice unto their gods, and. .call
34. 31 Moses called unto them ; and Aaron and
35. 30 the LORD hath called by name Bezaleel
30. 2 Moses called Hezaleel and Aholiab, and
Lev. i. i the LORD called unto Moses, and spake
9. i (that) Moses called Aaron and his sons
10. 4 Moses called Mishael and Elzaphan, thu
Num ii. 3 he called the name of the place Taberah
11. 34 he called, .that place Kibroth-hattaavah
12. 5 called Aaron and Miriam, .both came
13. 16 Moses called Oshea the son of Nun, Jeh.
16. 12 Moses sent to call Dathan and Abiram
21. 3 he called the name of the place Hormah
22. 5 He sent messengers, .to call him
22. 20 If the men come to call thee, rise up
22. 37 Did I not earnestly send unto thee to call
24. 10 Kulak said. .1 called thee to curse mine
25. 2 they called the people unto the sacrifices
32. 41 Jair. .took, .and called them Havoth-jair
32. 42 and called it Nobah, after his own name
Deut. 2. ii but the Moabites call them Emims
2. 20 the Ammonites call them /amzummims
3. 9 (Which) Hermon the Sidoniaus call Sirion
3. 9 and the Amorites call it Sheuir
3. 14 and called them after his own name
4. 7 in all (tthhiinnggss that) we call upon him (for)?
; called all I
i Sa.
25. 8 the elders of his city shall call him, and
29. 2 Moses called unto all Israel, and said
31. 7 Moses called unto Joshua, and said unto
31. 14 call Joshua, and present yourselves in
33. 19 They shall call the people unto the mount.
Josh. 4. 4 Joshua called the twelve men, whom he
6. 6 Joshua the son of Nun called the priests
g. 22 Joshua called for them, and he spake unto
10. 24 Joshua called for all the men of Israel
19. 47 and called Leshem, Dan, after the name
22. i Joshua called the Reubenites, and the
22. 34 the children of Reuben . . called the altar
23. 2 Joshua called for all Israel, (and) for
24. i Joshua, .called for the elders of Israel
24. 9 sent and called Balaam the son of Beor
Judg. i. 26 aud built a city, and called the name
2. 5 they called the name of that place Boch.
4. 6 she sent and called Barak the son of A.
6. 24 Gideon built an altar, .and called it Jeh.
6. 32 on that day he called him Jerubbaal
8. i Why. .served us thus, that thou calledst
9. 54 he called hastily unto the young man his
12. i aud didst not call us to go with thee ?
13. 24 the woman bare a son, and called his
14. 15 have ye called us to take that we have ?
15. 17 and called that place Kamath-lehi
15. 18 he was sore athirst, and called on the
15. 19 wherefore he called, .name. .En-hakkore
16. 18 she sent aud called for the lords of the
16. 19 she called for a man, and she caused him
1 6. 25 came to pass, .they said, Call for Samson
16. 25 they called for Samson out of the prison
16. 28 Samson called unto the LORD, and said
18. 12 they called that place Mahaneh-danunto
18. 29 they called the name of the city Dan
21.13 aQd to call peaceably unto them
Ruth i. 20 she said unto them, Call me not Naomi
i. 21 why (then) call ye me Naomi, seeing the
4. 17 There is a son born . .and they called his
1. 20 that she bare a son, and called his name
4 the LORD called Samuel: and he answered
5 and said, Here (am) I ; for thou calledst
5 And he said, I called not, lie down again
6 Here (am) I ; for thou didst call me
6 he answered, I called not, my son ; lie
8 the LORD called Samuel again the third
8 Eli perceived that the LORD had called
9 if he call thee, that thou shalt say, Speak
3. 10 the LORD came, .and called as at other
3. 16 Then Eli called Samuel, and said, Samuel
6. 2 the Philistines called for the priests and
7. 12 and called thename of it Eben-ezer, saying
9. 26 that Samuel called Saul to the top of the
12. 17 I will call unto the LORD, and he shall
12. 1 8 So Samuel called unto the LORD ; and the
16. 3 call Jesse to the sacrifice, and I will
16. 5 he sanctified, .and called them to the
16. 8 Jesse called Abinadab, aud made him
19. 7 Jonathan called David, and Jonathan
22. 1 1 the king sent to call Ahimelech the priest
28. 15 I have called thee, that thou mayest
29. 6 Achish called David, and said unto him
2 Sa. 1.7 he saw me, and called unto me : aud I
1.15 David called one of the young men, aud
2. 26 Then Abner called to Joab, and said
5. 9 David dwelt in the fort, and called it, The
5. 20 Therefore he called the name of that
6. 8 and he called the name of the place Per.
9. 2 when they had called him unto David
9. 9 Then the king called to Ziba, Saul s
11. 13 when David had called him, he did eat
12. 24 she bare a son, and he called his name
12. 25 he called his name Jedidiah, because
13. 17 he called his servant that ministered
* 33 when he had called for Absalom, he came
15. 2 then Absalom called unto him, and said
17. 5 Then said Absalom, Call now Hushai
18. 18 he called the pillar after his own name
18. 26 the watchman called unto the porter
18. 28 Ahimaaz called, and said unto the king
21. 2 the king called the Gibeonites, and said
22. 4 I will call on the LORD, (who is)
aa. 7 In my distress I called upon the LORD
i Ki. i. 9 called all his brethren the king s sons
1. 10 But Nathan the prophet, .he called not
1 Ki. i. 19 hath called all the sons of the king, and
i. 19 Solomon thy servant hath he not called
i. 25 hath called all the king s sons, and the
i. 26 But me, (even) me. .hath he not called
i. 28 king David, .said, Call me Bath-sheba
1. 32 Call me Zadok the priest, and Nathan
2. 36 the king sent and called for Shimei, and
2. 42 And the king sent and called for Hnmei
7. 21 he set up the right pillar, and callcil the
7. 21 he set up the left pillar, and called the
8. 43 according to all that the stranger calleth
8. 52 to hearken unto them in all that they call
9. 13 he called them the land of Cabul unto
12. 3 That they sent and called him
12 20 sent and called him unto the congregation
16 24 and called the name of the city which he
17. 10 he called to her, and said, Fetch me, I
17. ii as she was going to fetch (it), he called to
18. 3 And Ahab called Obadiah, which (was)
18. 24 call ye on the name of your gods
18. 24 and I will call on the name of the LORD
18. 25 call on the name of your gods, but put no
1 8. 26 called on the name of Baal from morning
20. 7 the king of Israel called all the elders
22. 9 Then the king of Israel called an officer
22. 13 the messenger that was gone to call Mic.
2 Ki. 3. 10 that the LORD hath called these three
3. 13 for the LORD hath called these three kings
4. 12 he said to Gehazi. .Call this Shunammite
4. 12 when he had called her, she stood before
4. 15 said, Call her. And when he had called
4. 22 she called unto her husband, and said
4. 36 he called Gehazi, and said, Call this Shu.
4. 36 Call this Shunammite. So he called her
5. ii and call on the name of the LORD his God
6. ii he called his servants, and said unto
7. 10 So they came and called unto the porter
7. ii he called the porters; and they told (it)
8. i for the LORD hath called for a famine
9. i Elisha the prophet called one of the
10. 19 therefore call unto me all the prophets
12. 7 Then king Jehoash called for Jehoiada
14. 7 and called the name of it Joktheel unto
18. 4 and he called it Nehushtan
18. 18 when they had called to the king, there
i Ch. 4. 9 his mother called his name Jabez, saying
4. 10 Jabez called on the God of Israel, saying
7. 16 Maachah. .bare a son, and she called his
7. 23 he called his name Beriah, because it
11. 7 therefore they called it the city of David
14. ii called the name of that place 15aal-pera.
15. ii David called for Zadok and Abiathar the
16. 8 Give thanks unto the LORD, call upon hia
21. 26 David built there au altar, .and called
22. 6 he called for Solomon his son, and
zCh. 3. 17 called the name of that on the right hand
6. 33 all that the stranger calleth to thee for
10. 3 And they sent and called him
1 8. 8 the king of Israel called for one
1 8. 12 the messenger that went to call Micaiah
24. 6 the king called for Jehoiada the chief
Neh. 5. 12 I called the priests, and took an oath of
Esth. 4. 5 Then called Esther for Hatach, (one) of
9. 26 Wherefore they called these days Purim
Job i. 4 sent aud called for their three sisters, to
5. i Call now, if there be any that will answer
9. 16 If I had called, and he had answered me
12. 4 who calleth upon God, and he answereth
13. 22 Then call thou, and I will answer
14. 15 Thou shalt call, and I will answer thee
19. 16 I called my servant, and he gave (me) no
27. 10 will he always call upon God?
42. 14 he called the name of the first, Jemima
Psa. 4. i Hear me when I call, O God of my right.
4. 3 the LORD will hear when I call unto him
14. 4 and call not upon the LORD
17 61 have called upon thee, for thou wilt
18. 3 I will call upon the LORD, (who is) worthy
1 8. 6 In my distress I called upon the LORD
20. 9 let the King hear us when we call
31. 17 for I have called upon thee : let the
42. 7 Deep calleth unto deep at the noise of
49. ii they call (their) lauds after their own
50. i and called the earth, from the rising of
50. 4 He shall call to the heavens from above
50. 15 And call upon me in the day of trouble
53. 4 they have not called upon God
55. 16 As for me, I will call upon God ; and
79. 6 that have not called upon thy name
80. 18 quicken us, and we will call upon thy
81. 7 Thou calledst in trouble, and I delivered
86. 5 plenteous in mercy unto all them that cull
86. 7 In the day of my trouble I will call upon
88. 9 LORD, I have called daily upon thee
91. 15 He shall call upon me, and I will answer
99. 6 and Samuel among them that call upon.
99, 6 they called upon the LORD, and he ausw.
02. z in the day (when) I call answer me
05. i call upon his name : make known his
05. 16 he called for a famine upon the land
16. 2 will I call upon (him) as long as I live
16. 4 Then called I upon the name of the LonD
16. 13 and call upon the name of the LORD
16. 17 and will call upon the name of the LOBD
18. .s I called upon the LORD in distress
45. 18 The LORD (is) nigh unto all them that call
45. 1 8 to all that call upon him in truth
47. 4 he calleth them by all (their) names
Prov. i. 14 Because I have called, and ye refused ; I
i. 28 Then shall they call upon me, but I will
7. 4 and call understanding (thy) kinswoman
8. 4 Unto you, O men, I call ; and my voice
CALL
.Frov. 9. 15 To call passengers who go right on their
18. 6 and his mouth calleth for strokes
Song 5. 6 I called him, but he gave me no answer
Isa.- 7. 14 bear a son, and shall call his name Im.
8. 3 Call his name Mahar-shalal-hash-baz.
12. 4 say, Praise the LORD, call upon his name
13. 3 I have also called my mighty ones for
21. ii He calleth to me out of Seir, Watchman
22. 12 in that day did the Lord GOD of hosts call
22. 20 I will call my servant Eliakim the son
34. 12 They shall call the nobles, .the kingdom
40. 26 he calleth them all by names by the
41. 2 called him to his foot, gave the nations
41. 4 calling the generations from the begin.
41. 9 and called thee from the chief men
41. 25 from the rising of the bun shall he call
42. 61. .have called thee in righteousness
43. i I have called (thee) by thy name ; thou
43. 22 But thou hast not called upon me, O Ja.
44. 5 another shall call (himself) by the name
44. 7 And who, as I, shall call, and shall
45. 3 I. .which call (thee) by thy name, (am)
45. 4 I have even called thee by thy name
46. ii Calling a ravenous bird from the east
48. 13 (when) I call unto them, they stand up
48. 15 I, (even) I, have spoken; yea, I have called
49. i The LORD hath called me from the
50. 2 when I called, (was there) none to
51. 2 for I called him alone, and blessed him
54. 6 the LORD hath called thee as a woman
55. 5 thou shalt call a nation, .thou knowest
55. 6 call ye upon him while he is near
58. 5 wilt thou call this, .an acceptable day
58. 9 shalt thou call, and the LORD shall answer
58. 13 and call the sabbath a delight, the holy
59. 4 Nonecallethforjustice,nor(any)pleadeth
60. 14 they shall call thee, The city of the LORD
60. 18 but thou shalt call thy walls Salvation
61. 6 (men) shall call you the Ministers of our
62. 12 And they shall call them, The holy
64. 7 And (there is) none that calleth upon thy
65. 12 because when I called, ye did not answer
65. 15 and call his servants by another name
65. 24 that before they call, I will answer; and
66. 4 because when I called, none did answer
Jer. 1.15! will call all the families of the kingdoms
3. 17 they shall call Jerusalem the throne of
3. 19 and I said, Thou shalt call me, My father
6. 30 Reprobate silver shall (men) call them
7. 13 and I called you, but ye answered not
7. 27 thou shalt also call unto them ; but they
9. 17 Consider ye, and call for the mourning
10. 25 upon the families that call not on thy
11. 16 The LORD called thy name, A green olive
12. 6 yea, they have called a multitude after
20. 3 LORD hath not called thy name Pashur
29. 12 Then shall ye call upon me, and ye shall
30. 17 because they called thee an Outcast
33. 3 Call unto me, and I will answer thee
35. 17 I have .called, .but they have .. answered
36. 4 Then Jeremiah called Baruch the son of
42. 8 Then called he Johanan. .son of Kareah
Lam. i. 15 he hath called an assembly against me
1.19! called for my lovers, (but) they deceived
1. 21 wilt bring the day (that) thou hast called
2. 22 Thou hast called as in a solemn day my
3. 55 I called upon thy name, O LORD, out of
3. 57 I called upon thee : thou saidst, Fear
Eze. 9. 3 he called to the man clothed with linen
36. 29 I will call for the corn, and will increase
38. 21 I will call for a sword against him
39. ii they shall call (it), The valley of Hamon.
Dan. 2. 2 the king commanded to call the magicians
8. 16 I heard a man s voice, .which called, and
Hos. i. 4 the LORD said.. Call his name Jezreel
i. 6 (God) said. .Call her name Lo-ruhamah
1. 9 Then said (God), Call his name Lo-ammi
2. 16 it shall be. .(that) thou shalt call me Ishi
2. 1 6 and shalt call me no more Baali
7. 7 (there is) none among them that calleth
7. ii they call to Egypt, they go to Assyria
ii. i and called my son out of Egypt
ii. 2 (As) they called them, so they went from
ii. 7 though they called them to the Most
Joel i. 14 Sanctify ye a fast, call a solemn assembly
2. 15 sanctify a fast, call a solemn assembly
2. 32 whosoever shall call on. .name of the
2. 32 in the remnant whom the LORD shall call
Amos 5. 8 that calleth for the waters of the sea
5. 16 they shall call the husbandman
7. 4 behold, the Lord GOD called to contend
9. 6 he that calleth for the waters of the sea
Jon. i. 6 O sleeper? arise, call upon thy God, if so
Zeph. 3. 9 that they may all call upon the name of
Hag. i. ii I called for a drought upon the land, and
Zech. 3. 10 shall ye call every man his neighbour
ii. 7 I took unto me two staves, .one I called
ii. 7 the other I called Bands ; and I fed the
13. 9 they shall call on my name, and I will
Mai. i. 4 shall call them, The border of wickedness
6. To say, speak, tiirov eipon.
John 10. 35 If he called them gods unto whom the
7. To call upon, eiriKa\fta epikaleo.
2 Co. i. 23 Moreover I call God for a record upon
8. To say, speak, tpia
ero.
John 15. 15 but I nave called you friends ; for all
9. To call, name, tcakfc* kaleo.
Matt. i. 21 thou shalt call his name Jesus ; for he
i. 23 and they shall call his name Emmanuel
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Matt. i. 25 her flrst born son : and he called his
2. 7 when he had privily called the wise men
2. 15 Out of Egypt have I called my son
4. 21 he saw other two brethren . .and he called
9. 13 for I am not come to call the righteous
10. 25 If they have called the master of the
20. 8 Call the labourers, and give them (their)
22. 3 sent forth his servants to call them that
22. 43 How then doth David in spirit call him
22. 45 If David then call him Lord, how is he
23. 9 call no (man) your father upon the earth
25. 14 (who) called his own servants, and
Mark i. 20 straightway he called them : and they
2. 17 I came not to call the righteous, but
Luke i. 13 and thou shalt call his name John
i. 31 bring forth a son, and shalt call his name
i. 59 they called him Zacharias, after, .his
5. 32 I came not to call the righteous, but
6. 46 why call ye me, Lord, Lord, and do not
14. 13 call the poor, the maimed, the lame, the
19. 13 he called his ten servants, and delivered
20. 44 David therefore calleth him Lord, how is
John 10. 3 he calleth his own sheep by name, and
Acts 4. 18 they called them, and commanded them
14. 12 they called Barnabas, Jupiter ; and Paul
Rom. 4. 17 who quickeneth the dead, and calleth
8. 30 whom he did. .them he also called
8. 30 whom he called, them he also justified
9. ii not of works, but of him that calleth
9. 24 Even us, whom he hath called, not of
9. 25 I will call them my people, which were
i Co. 7. 15 but God hath called us to peace
7. 17 as the Lord hath called every one, so let
Gal. i. 6 soon removed from him that called you
1. 15 it pleased God. .and called (me) by his
5. 8 persuasion(cometh) not of him that calleth
1 Th. 2. 12 God, who hath called you unto his king.
4. 7 God hath not called us unto uncleanness
5. 24 Faithful (is) he that calleth you, who
2 Th. 2. 14 Whereunto he called you by our gospel
2 Ti. i. 9 Who hath saved us, and called (us) with
Heb. 2. 1 1 he is not ashamed to call them brethren
1 Pe. i. 15 he which hath called you is holy, so be
2. 9 of him who hath called you out of dark.
3. 6 as Sara obeyed Abraham, calling him
5. 10 who hath called us unto his eternal glory
2 Pe. i. 3 him that hath called us to glory and
10. 7*o lay out in order, collect, say, \eyu lego.
Mattig. 17 he said unto him, Why callest thou me
Markio. 18 Jesus said. .Why callest thou me good ?
12. 37 David therefore himself calleth him Lord
15. 12 (unto him) whom ye call the King of the
LukeiS. 19 Jesus said. .Why callest thou me good?
20. 37 he calleth the Lord the God of Abraham
Johnis. 15 Henceforth I call you not servants
Acts 10. 28 that I should not call any man common
24. 14 after the way which they call heresy, so
Rev. 2. 20 Jezebel, which calleth herself a prophet.
11. 7*o call after to oneself, /j.fra.Ka\eeo.
Acts 20. 17 and called the elders of the church
12.7*0 use a name, ovo/j.<ict> onomazo.
Acts 19. 13 to call over them which had evil spirits
13.7*0 call toward, irpoffKaXfca proskaleo.
Mattis. 10 he called the multitude, and said unto
18. 32 his lord, after that he had called him
Lukeis. 26 he called one of the servants, and asked
Acts 2. 39 as many as the Lord our God shall call
5. 40 when they had called the apostles, and
16. 10 the Lord had called us for to preach the
14.7*0 sound, cry, <f>uve<a phoned.
Matt 20. 32 Jesus stood still, and called them, and
Mark 3. 31 hisbrethren..sentuntohim, [callinghim]
9. 35 he sat down, and called the twelve, and
10. 49 they call the blind man. .he calleth thee
15. 35 they heard (it), said, Behold, he calleth
Luke 8. 54 took her by the hand, and called, saying
14. 12 call not thy friends, nor thy brethren
16. 2 And he called him, and said. .1 hear this
John i. 48 Before that Philip called thee. .1 saw
2. 9 the governor of the feast called the bride.
4. 16 Go, call thy husband, and come hither
9. 18 they called the parents of him that had
9. 24 Then again called they the man that was
11. 28 she went her way, and called Mary her
12. 17 when he called Lazarus out of his grave
13. 13 Ye call me Master and Lord: and ye say
18. 33 Then Pilate entered, .and called Jesus
Acts 9. 41 when he had called the saints and
10. 7 he called two of his household servants
10. 18 And called . and asked whether Simon
[See also Blessed, liappy, record, remembrance,
witness.]
CALL (a name), to
7*o put, place, Difc> sum.
Judg. 8. 31 a son, whose name he called Abimelech
CALL back, to
7*o cause to turn aside, -no sur, 5.
Isa. 31. 2 he., will not callback his words; but will
CALL for, to
1.7*0 call, cry, to,;? qara.
i Ki. 8. 52 in all that they call for unto thee
2.7*0 ask, aiTCM aiteo.
Acts 16. 29 Then he called for a light, and sprang in
CALL,
3. To call after to oneself, yuera/caXcco metakaleo.
Acts 24. 25 I have a convenient season I will call for
4. To send after, utnariuarm metapempo.
Acts 10. 5 call for (one) Simon, whose surname is P.
11. 13 Send men to Joppa, and call for Simon
5.7*0 call alongside, napa.Ka\eoi> parakaleo.
Acts 28. 20 For this cause, .have I called for you
6.7*0 call tmvard, irpocr/caAeoi proskaleo.
Acts 13. 7 a prudent man; who called for Barnabas
Jas. 5. 14 let him call for the elders of the church
7. To sound, cry, <pa>t/t<a phoned.
Matt27. 47 Some, .said, This (man) calleth for Elias
Johnn. 28 The Master is come, and calleth for thee
CALL hither, to
To call after to oneself, fj.(raKa\fca metakaleS.
Acts 10. 32 Send, .to Joppa, and call hither Simon
CALL in, to
To call in, fiffica\fu eiskaleo.
Acts 10. 23 Then called he them in, and lodged
CALL in question, to
1.7*0 call in, accuse, tyKa\fu eykaleS.
Acts 19. 40 we are in danger to be called In question
2.7*0 judge, Kplvu krino.
Acts 23. 6 I am a Pharisee . . I am called in question
24. 21 I am called in question by you this day
CALL on, to
7*o call upon, frnjcaXlv epikaleo.
Acts 2. 21 whosoever shall call on the name of the
9. 14 to bind all that call on thy name
9. 21 which called on this name in Jerusalem
22. 16 wash away thy sins, calling on the name
Rom 10. 14 they call on him in whom they have not
2 Ti. 2. 22 peace, with them that call on the Lord
1 Pe. i. 17 if ye call on the Father, who without
CALL selves, to
7*o be called, try) qara, 2.
Isa. 48. 2 For they call themselves of the holy city
CALL (to mind), to
7*0 cause to turn back, 3?e> shub, 5.
Deut 30. i and thou shalt call (them) to mind among
CALL to, to
1.7*0 receive, take, Xa^^avca lambano.
2 Ti. i. 5 I call to remembrance the unfeigned faith
2.7*0 sound toward, TrpoffQcaveca prosphSneo.
Luke 7. 32 calling one to another. .We have piped
CALL to (onei), to
1.7*0 call after to oneself, /j.(raKa\fo> metakaleo.
Acts 7. 14 Joseph, .called his father Jacob to (him)
2.7*0 call toward, irpoffKaKtw proskaleo.
Markio. 42 But Jesus called them (to him), andsaith
3.7*0 sound toward, irpofftf>cavfc>> prosphoneo.
Lukei3. 12 when Jesus saw her, he called (her to him)
CALL together, to
1.7*0 cause to cry out, pyy tsaaq, 5.
i Sa. 10. 17 Samuel called the people together unto
2.7 o make to hear, ysy shama, 3.
i Sa. 23. 8 Saul called all the people together to war
3.7*0 cause to hear, yzy shama, 5.
Jer. 50. 29 Call together the archers against Babylon
51. 27 call together against her the kingdoms of
4. To call together, mryKoAlo) siigkaled.
Markis- 16 and they call together the whole band
Luke 9. i he called his twelve disciples together
15. 6 when he cometh home, he calleth together
15. 9 when she hath found (it), she calleth
23. 13 he had called together the chief priests
Acts 5. 21 the high priest, .called the council toget,
10. 24 Cornelius waited, .and. .called together
28. 17 Paul called the chief of the Jews together
5. To crowd together, (rvvadpoifa sunathroizo.
Acts 19. 25 Whom he called together with the work.
CALL unto, to
7*o sound toward, irpoafyuivfta prosphoneo.
Mattn. 16 like unto children sitting, .calling unto
CALL unto (one), to
I. To call toward, irpo<TKa\e<a proskaleo.
Mattio. i when he had called unto (him) his twelve
15. 32 Then Jesus called his disciples (unto him)
18. 2 Jesus called a little child unto him
20. 25 But Jesus called them (unto him), and
Mark 3. 13 goeth. .into amountain.and calleth(unto)
3. 23 he called them (unto him), and said
6. 7 he called (unto him) the twelve, and
7. 14 when he had called all the people (unto)
8. i Jesus called his disciples (unto him)
8. 34 he had called the people (unto him), with
12. 43 he called (unto him) his disciples, and
15. 44 Pilate, .calling (unto him) the centurion
Luke 7. 19 John calling (unto him) two. .sent (them}
16. 5 called everyone of. .lord s debtors (unto)
18. 16 But Jesus called them (unto him), and
Acts 6. 2 the twelve called the multitude . .(unto)
20. i Paul called unto (him) the disciples, and
23. 17 Paul called one of the centurions unto
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Acts 23. 18 Paul the prisoner called me unto (him)
23. 23 lie called unto (him) two centurions
2. To sound toward, irpoff<t><avew prosjihilned.
Luke 6. 13 when it -was day, he called (unto him) his
CALL upon, to
1. To call, t*~$ qara.
Psa. 31.17 Let me not be ashamed . . 1 have called up.
50. 15 call upon me in the day of trouble ; I will
55. io As for me, I will c;ill upon God ; and the
86. 7 In the day of my trouble I will call upon
88. 9 LORD, I have culled daily upon thee, I
91. 15 He shall call upon me, and I will answer
145. i(jLoRi>(is)uighunto all them that call upon
Vrov. i. 28 Then shall they call upon me, but I will
Lam. 3. 57 Thou drewest near in the day . . I called up.
2.7V) call upiiii, 4iriKa\(ca epikaleo.
Acts 7. 59 they stoned Stephen, calling upon (God)
Horn io. 12 the same Lord, .unto all that call upon
io. 13 whosoever shall call upon the name of
i Co. i. 2 with all that in every place call upon the
CALL whereunto, to
To call toward, trpoffKa.\tia proskcileS.
Acts 1 3. 2 for the work whereunto I have called
CALLED
I. Called, invited, KAijrJy kletos.
Matt2o. 16 [for many be called, but few chosen]
22. 14 For many are called, but few (are) chosen
Rom. i. i Paul, a servant, .called (to be) an apostle
i. 6 Among whom are ye also the called of
i. 7 To all that be in Rome, .called (to be)
8. 28 to them who are the called according to
i Co. i. i Paul, [called] (to be) an apostle of Jesus
i. 2 that are sanctified, .called (to be) saints
i. 24 But unto them which are called, both
Jude i to them that are sanctified, .(and) called
Rev. 17. 14 they that are with him (are) called, and
2. That is, 3 tan Jio esti.
Markis. 16 soldiers led him away into the hall called
3.Xante, 6vofj.a onoma.
Luke 24. 13 two of them went, .to a village called
Acts 8. 9 there was a certain man called Simon
9. ii enquire, .for (one) called Saul, of Tarsus
10. i There was a certain man., called Cornelius
CALLED, to be
l.To be said, i?x ainar, 2.
Gen. 32. 28 Thy name shall be called no more Jacob
Isa. 4. 3 (he that) remaineth . . shall be called holy
19. 18 one shall be called, The city of destruc.
Jer. 7. 32 that it shall no more be called Tophet
Z.To call, K^jj qara,
Gen. 16. 14 the well was called Beer-lahai-roi
19. 22 the name of the city was called Zoar
25. 26 and his name was called Jacob
25. 30 (am) faint : therefore was his name called
29. 34 therefore was his name called Levi
31. 48 Thereforewas the name of it called Galeed
33. 17 the name of the place is called Succoth
35. 8 the name of it was called Allon-bachuth
38. 29 therefore his name was called Pharez
38. 30 and his name was called Zarah
50. ii the name of it was called Abel-mizraim
Exodis. 2 3 therefore the name of it was called
Num 13. 24 The place was called the brook Eshcol
Deut.ij. 2 because it is called the LORD S release
Josh. 5. 9 the name of the place is called Gilgal
7. 26 the name of that place was called, The
Judg. i. 17 the name of the city was called Hormah
io. 4 they had thirty cities, which are called
zSa. 15. ii two hundred men. .(that were) called
iCh. 13. ii that place is called Perez-uzza to this
2( h. 20. 26 the same place was called, The valley of
Prov 24. 8 He that deviseth. .evil shall be called
Isa. 47. i for thou shalt no more be called tender
47. 5 for thou shalt no more be called The
Jer. 23. (, he shall be called, The LORD our Right.
33. 16 she shall be called, The LoRUour Right.
3. To be called, try) qara, 2.
Gen. 2. 23 she shall be called Woman, because she
17. 5 Neither shall thy name any more be called
21. 12 for in Isaac shall thy seed be called
35. io thy name shall not be called any more J.
48. 6 shall be called after the name of their
Deut. 3. 13 all Bashan, which was called the land
25. io And his name shall be called in Israel
28. io thou art called by the name of the Loitn
i Sa. y. 9 a Prophet was beforetirne called a Sec-r
a Sa. 6. 2 whose name is called by the name of The
12. 28 I take the city, and it be called after my
18. 18 it is called unto this day, Absalom s
i Ki. 8. 43 that this house, .is called by thy name
1 Ch. 13. 6 (between) the cherubim, whose name is c.
2 Ch. 6. 33 this house, which I have built, is called
7. 14 If my people, which are called by my name
Ezra 2. <>i Bar/illai. .was called after their name
Is eh. 7. 63 Itarzillai . .was called after their name
E3th. 2. 14 the king delighted, .that she were called
3. 12 the king s scribes called on the thirteenth
4. ii come unto the king, .who is not called
4. ii I have not been called to come in unto
8. 9 the king s scribes called at that time in
Provitx 21 The wise in heart shall be called prudent
Isa. i. 26 thou shalt be called, The city of right.
4. i only let us be called by thy name, to take
32. 5 The vile person shall be no more called
Isa. 35. 8 highway shall be. .and it shall be called
43. 7 every one that is called by my name
48. i Hear ye this, .which are called by the
54. 5 God of the whole earth shall he be called
56. 7 mine house shall be called an house
62. 4 but thou shalt be called Hephzi-bah
62. 12 thou shalt be called, Sought out, A city
63. 19 they were not called by thy name
Jer. 7. io, ii, 14, 30 house, which is called by my
14. Q we are called by thy name ; leave us not
15. 16 for I am called by thy name, O LOKL>
19. 6 this place shall no more be called Tophet
25. 29 on the city which is called by my name
32. 34 in the house which is called by my name
34. 15 in the house which is called by my name
Eze. 20. 29 the name thereof is called Banian unto
Dan. 9. 18 the city which is called by thy name
9. 19 and thy people are called by thy name
io. i unto Daniel, whose name was called
Amos 9. 12 all the heathen, which are called by my
Zech. 8. 3 Jerusalem shall be called, A city of truth
i.To be called, K~l$ qara, 4.
Isa. 48. 8 wast called a transgressor from the womb
48. 12 <) Jacob and Israel, my called ; I (am) he
58. 12 thou shalt be called, The repairer of the
61. 3 they might be called Trees of righteous.
62. 2 thou shalt be called by a new name
65. i Behold me. .nation (that) was not called
5.7V> be called, NIT |? qera, 2.
Dan. 5. 12 now let Daniel be called, and lie will
6. To be called, Ka\fOfj.ai kahuinttf.
Matt. 2. 23 He shall be called a Nnzarene
5. 9 they shall be called the children of God
5. 19 he shall be called, .least in the kingdom
5. 19 shall be called great in the kingdom of
21. 13 My house shall be called the house of
23. 7 and to be called of men, Rabbi, Rabbi
23. 8 But be not ye called Rabbi : for one is
23. io Neither be ye called masters : for one i>
27. 8 that field was called, The field of blood
Markn. 17 My house shall be called of all nations
Luke i. 32 shall be called the Son of the Highest
i. 35 that holy thing, .shall be called the Son of
i. 36 sixth mouth with her, who was called
i. 60 said, Not (so) ; but he shall be called John
i. 61 none of thy kindred that is called by
i. 62 made signs, .he would have him called
1. 76 thou, child, shalt be called the Prophet
2. 4 city of David, which is called Bethlehem
2. 21 his name was called Jesus, which \\ > so
2. 23 Every male, .shall be called holy to the
6. 15 (son)of Alpheus, and Simon called Zelote.s
7. ii that he went into a city called Nain ; and
8. 2 Mary called Magdalene, out of whom
9. io belonging to the city called Bethsaida
io. 39 she had a sister called Mary, which
15. 19, 21 am no more worthy to be called thy
19. 29 the mount called (the mount) of Olives
21. 37 mount that is called (the mount) of Olives
22. 25 they that exercise, .are called benefactors
23. 33 the place which is called Calvary
John i. 42 thou shalt be called Cephas, which
2. 2 both Jesus was called, and his disciples
Acts i. 12 from the mount called Olivet, which
i. 19 that field is called in their proper tongue
i. 23 Joseph called Barsabas, who was
3. 1 1 in the porch that is called Solomon s
9. ii the street which is called Straight, and
10. i a centurion of the band called the Italian
13. i Simeon that was called Niger, and
14. 12 they called Barnabas, Jupiter ; and
27. 8 a place which is called the Fair Havens
27. 14 a tempestuous wind, called Euroclydon
27. 16 a certain island which is called Clauda
28. i knew that the islaud was called Melita
Rom. 9. 7 but, In Isaac shall thy seed be called
9. 26 there shall they be called the children of
i Co. i. 9 by whom ye were called unto the fellow.
7. 18 Is any man called being circumcised .
1
7. 1 8 Is any called in uncircumeision? let
7. 20 the same calling wherein he was called
7. 21 Art thou culled (being) a servant? care
7. 22 For he that is called in the Lord, (being)
7. 22 likewise also he that is called, (being)
7. 24 wherein he is called, therein abide
15. 9 that am not meet to be called an apostle
Gal. 5. 13 ye have been called unto liberty ; only
Eph. 4. i of the vocation wherewith ye are called
4. 4 even as ye are called in one hope of your
Col. 3. 15 to the which also ye are called in one
i Ti. 6. 12 whereunto thou art also called, and
Heb. 3. 13 exhort . . while it is called To day ; lest
5. 4 he that is called of God, as (was) Aaron
9. 15 they which are called might receive the
11. 8 Abraham, when he was called to go out
ii. 18 That in Isaac shall thy seed be called
Jas 2. 23 and he was called the Friend of God
i Pe. 2. 21 For. .hereunto were ye called ; because
3. 9 knowing that ye are thereunto called
i Jo. 3. i we should be called the sons of God !
Rv. i. 9 was in the isle that is called Patmos, for
11. 8 which spiritually is called Sodom and
12. 9 that old serpent, called the Devil, and
16. 16 a place called in the Hebrew tongue
19. 9 Blessed (are) they which are called unto
19. ii he that sat upon him (was) called
19. 13 his name is called The Word of God
7. To lay out, collect, say, \4yo> lego.
Matt. i. 16 was born Jesus, who is called Christ
Matt. 2. 23 came and dwelt in a city called Nazareth
4. 18 Simon called I eter, and Andrew his
10. 2 The first, Simon, who is called Peter
13. 55 is not his mother called Mary . ami his
26. 3 the high priest, who was called Caiaphas
26. 14 one of the twelve, called Judas Iscariot
26. 36 unto a place called Gethsemane, and
27. 16 a notable prisoner, called Barabbas
27. 17 Barabbas, or Jesus which is called Christ
27. 22 I do then with Jesus which is called
27. 33 were come unto a place called Golgotha
Luke22. i the feast.. which is called the Passover
22. 47 he that was called Judas, one of the
John 4. 5 a city of Samaria, which is called Sychar
4. 25 Messias cometh, which is called Christ
9. ii A man that is called Jesus made clay
11. 16 said Thomas, which is called Didymus
ii. 54 into a city called Ephraim, and there
19. 13 in a place that is called the Pavement
19. 17 into a place called (the place) of a skull
19. 17 which is called in the Hebrew, Golgotha
21. 2 Thomas called Didymus, and Nathanael
Acts 3. 2 of the temple which is called Beautiful
6. 9 which is called (the synagogue) of the
9. 36 which by interpretation is called Dorcas
i^Co. 8. 5 For though there be that are called gods
Eph. 2. ii who are called rucircmneision by that
2. ii which is called the Circumcision in
Col. 4. ii Jesus, which is called Justus, who are of
2 Th. 2. 4 himself above all that is called God
Heb. 7. ii not be called after the order of Aaron?
9. 2; 9. 3; ii. 24; Rev. 8. ii.
S. To be laid out besides, eViAjyojuai epilegomai.
John 5. 2 which is called in the Hebrew tongue Be.
9. To call upon, tinKa\e<a epikaleo.
Heb. ii. 16 God is not ashamed to be called their
] 0.7*0 use a name on, tirovo^.a^(a eponomazo.
Rom. 2. 17 Behold, thou art called a Jew, andrestest
11. 7V> use a name, ovofj.ati> onomazo.
i (Jo. 5. ii if any man that is called a brother be
12. To addr^-s publicly, irpoaayopfvca prosagorcuo.
Heb. 5. io Called of God an High Priest after the
13. To sou/id, cry, <p<avt<a phoned.
Alarkio. 49 and commanded him to be called
Luke 19. 15 he commanded these servants to be called
CALLED (a Christian, an adulteress), to be
To declare by an oracle, xpTjuaTifa chrematizo.
Acts ii. 26 the disciples were called Christians
Rom. 7. 3 she shall be called an adulteress
CALLED, falsely so
Falsely named, ^evSuvvfios pseudonumos.
i Ti. 6. 20 oppositions of science falsely so called
CALLED by, to be
To call upon, jiriKoAcw epikaleo.
Jas. 2. 7 worthy name by the which ye are called ?
upon, to be
To call upon, eirt/caA.f&> epikaleo.
Acts 15. 17 upon whom my name is called, saith the
CALLED forth, to be
l.To be called, K-$ qara, 2.
Isa. 31. 4 a multitude of shepherds is called forth
2. To be called, Ka\eo/j.ai kaleomai.
Acts 24. 2 when he was called forth, Tertullus began
CALLED together, to be
1 . To be cried to for help, pyj zaaq, 2.
Josh. 8. 1 6 all the people, .in Ai were called togeth.
2. To be cried to for help, piy tsaaq, 2.
i Sa. 13. 4 the people were called together after Saul
CALLING
l.Calliiitj, N~JP.9 miqra.
Nunuo. 2 tiioumayest use them for the calling of the
2. To call, K-jjj qra.
Isa. i. 13 new moons and sabbaths, the calling of
3. Calling, (cA.7j<m klesis.
Rom 1 1. 29 the gifts and calling of God (are) without
1 Cor. i. 26 For ye see your calling, brethren
7. 20 Let every man abide in the same calling
Eph. i. 18 know what is the hope of his calling
4. 4 are called in one hope of your calling
3. 14 the high calling of God in Christ Jesus
i. ii God would count, .worthy of (this)calling
i. 9 and culled (us) with an holy calling, not
3. i partakers of the heavenly calling
2 Pe. i. io to make your calling and election sure
CALM
1. Dumbness, silence, nc~ demamah.
Psa 107. 29 He maketh the storm a calm so that the
2. Stillness, ya\rtvrj galene.
Matt. 8. 26 he. .rebuked, .and there was a great calm
Mark 4. 39 Peace, be still, .there was a great calm
Luke. 8. 24 they ceased, and there was a calm
CALM, to be
To cease, be quiet, calm, pny shathaq.
Jon. i. ii that the sea may be calm unto us? for
1. 12 so shall the sea be calm unto you : for I
Phil.
2 Th.
2 Ti.
Heb.
CALNEH 139 CAN
CAL -NEH, nj)3 .1:^3 fort of A na or A nu.
Ana or Ann was cue of the ciiief objects of Babylonian
worship. The site is probably the modern Ni/er, which
is in the Talmud Xoplu-r. It is about (:o miles S.E E.
of Babylon, on the left bank of the Euphrates. The
LXX. speak of Calueh or Calno as the place where the
tower was built (Isa. 10. 9). In the 8tU century it was
taken by one of the Assyrian kings, and never recovered
its prosperity.
lien. 10. 10 the beginning of his kingdom was. .C.
Amos 6. 2 Pass ye unto C. and see ; and from thence
CAL -NO, i:
1
-?.
Perhaps identical with Calneh.
Isa. 10. 9 (Is) not C. as Carchemish ! (is) not Ham.
CAL -VA-RY, Kpaviov a skull.
This name occurs only in Luke 23. 33, and is not a
proper name, but arises from the translators having
literally adopted the word Calvaria (i.e.
" a bare skull"),
the Latin word by which the Greek word is rendered in
the Vulgate. This Kranion is simply the Greek trans
lation oi the Chaldee Golgotha. The place of crucifixion
is by each of the four evangelists called Kranion, and
is in every case translated by Calvaria in the Vulgate,
and iu every place but that in Luke the English version
translates the word by "scull." There is no sanction
for the expression "Mount Calvary," for it is only 18 feet
high.
Luke 23. 33 they were come to the place . . called C.
CALVE, to
1. To be in pain, travail, hin chid, 3.
Job 39. i canst thou mark when the hinds do calve ?
2. To yield, bring forth, bear, "6; yalad.
Jer. 14. 5 Yea, the hind also calved in the field
3. To let escape, thf paint, 3.
Job 21. 10 their cow calveth, and casteth not her calf
CALVE, to make to
To pain, cause to travail,
s n chul, 3a.
Psa. 29. 9 the LORD maketh the hinds to calve, and
CAME
To come, arrive, xnx a.tha.
Dan. 7. 13 came to the Ancient of days, and they
CAME, by which
Entrance, ni3S mabu.
2 Ki. ii 1 6 by the way by the which the horses came
CAME out, that which
Outlet, produce, JtyiD motsa.
Jer. 17.16 that which came out of my lips was (right)
CAME, that
To draw near, 2~i$ qareb.
i Ki. 4. 27 for all that came unto king Solomon s
CAME up in
Son, j3 bea.
Jou. 4. 10 which came up in a night, and perished
CAMEL
An unclean nnimal among the Jews, but very docile,
with bunches on its back ; abounding in the East, and
used for riding, drawing chariots, carrying burdens,
conveying messengers, and in war. It was often
adorned with chains, treated with great care, esteemed
a valuable prize, yet liable to plagues. A coarse cloth
was made ct its hair and used by the poor.
I. Camel, ?~i gamal.
Gen. 12. 16 maid servants, and she asses, and camels
24. 10 the servant took ten camels of the camels
24. ii made his camels to kneel down without
24. 14 and I will give thy camels drink also
2.-,. 19 I will draw (water) for thy camels also
24. 20 she hasted, .and drew for all his camels
24. 22 it came to pass, as the camels had
z .. 30 behold, he stood by the camels at the
24. 31 prepared, .room for the camels
-4. 32 man came, .and he ungirded his camels
14. 32 gave straw aud provender for the camels
?4. 35 and maid servants, and camels, and
24. 44 and I will also draw for thy camels
24. 46 and I will give thy camels drink also
24. 46 and she made the camels drink also
24. 61 they rode upon the camels, and followed
4. 63 aud, behold, the camels (were) coming
4. 64 when she saw. .she lighted off the camel
30. 43 men servants, and camels, and asses
31. 17 and set his. .wives upon camels
31. 34 Rachel, .putthemiuthecamel sfurniture
32. 7 and the flocks, and herds, and the camels
32. 15 Thirty milch camels with their colts
37. 2- with their camels bearing spicery
Exod.g. 3 horses, upon the asses, upon the camels
Lev. ii. 4 the camel, because he cheweth the cud
Deuti4. 7 the camel, and the hare, and the coney
Judg. 6. 5 they and their camels were without num.
7. 12 their camels (were) without number
8. 21 ornaments that (were) on their camel s
8. 26 chains that (were) about their camel s
i Sa.is. 3 suckling, ox aud sheep, camel and ass
27. 9 took away the sheep . . and the camels
30. 17 hundred young men, which rode, .camels
1 Ki. 10. 2 camels that bare spices, and very much
2 Ki. 8. 9 forty camels burden, .stood before him
i Ch 5. 21 they took away their, .camels fifty thou.
12. 40 brought bread on asses, and on camels
27. 30 Over the camels also (was) Obil the Ish.
2 Ch. 9. i camels that bare spices, and gold in
14. 15 They, .cai-ried away sheep and camels
Ezra 2 67 Their camels, four hundred thirty and
Neh. 7. 69 camels, four hundred thirty and five
Job i. 3 substance, .was. .three thousand camels
1. 17 The Chaldeans, .fell upon the camels, and
42. 12 he had. .sheep, and six thousand camels
Isa. 21. 7 chariot of asses, (and) a chariot of camels
30. 6 carry, .their treasures upon, .camels
60. 6 The multitude of camels shall cover thee
Jer. 49. 29 ail their vessels, aud their camels
49. 32 And their camels shall be a booty, and
Eze. 25. 5 I will make Kabbah a stable for camels
Zechi4. 15 the plague of the. .camel, .shall be in
2. Camel, Ka.fj.i)\os kamelos.
Matt. 3. 4 John had his raiment of camel s hair
19. 24 a camel to go through the eye of a needle
23. 24 strain at a gnat, and swallow a camel
Mark i. 6 John was clothed with camel s hair, and
10. 25 a camel to go through the eye of a needle
LukeiS. 25 for a camel to go through a needle s eye
CAMELS
Dromedary, O r3?iprwt achashteranim.
Esth. 8. 10 on mules, camels, .young dromedaries
8. 14 (So) the posts that rode upon . . camels
CA -MON, j lSR standing place.
A town in Gilead.
Judg 10. 5 And Jair died, and was buried in C.
CAMP
\.Camp, encampment, fijn1? machaneh.
Exodi4. 19 angel, .which went before the camp
14. 20 camp of the Egyptians and the camp of
16. 13 the quails came up, aud covered the camp
19. 16 all the people that (was) in the camp
19. 17 brought forth the people out of the camp
29. 14 shall thou burn with fire without the camp
32. 17 (There is) a noise of war in the camp
32. 19 as soon as he came nigh unto the camp
32. 26 Then Moses stood hi the gate of the camp
32. 27 go in and out . . throughout the camp, and
33. 7 took, .and pitched it without the camp
33. 7 off from the camp, .without the camp
3~V ii And he turned again into the camp : but
3 j. 6 proclaimed throughout the camp, saying
Lev. 4. 12 shall he carry forth without the camp
4. 21 carry forth the bullock without the camp
6 ii carry forth the ashes without the camp
8. 17 he burnt with flre without the camp ; as
9. ii he burnt with fire without the camp
10. 4 from before the sanctuary out of . . camp
10. 5 and carried them, .out of the camp ; as
13. 46 without the camp (shall) his habitation
14. 3 the priest shall go forth out of the camp
14. 8 after that he shall come into the camp
16. 26 and afterward come into the camp
16. 27 shall (one) carry forth without the camp
16. 28 afterward he shall come into the camp
17. 3 in the camp, .out of the camp
24. 10 and a man of Israel strove, .in the camp
24 14 him that hath cursed without the camp
24. 23 him that had cursed out of the camp
Num. i. 52 their tents, every man by his own camp
2. 3 the camp of Judah pitch, throughout
2. 9 All . . were numbered in the camp of Judah
2. 10 the south side . .the standard of the camp
2. 16 All. .were numbered in the camp of Reub.
2. 17 set forward with the camp
2. 17 the Levites in the midst of the camp : as
2. 1 8 the west side, .the standard of the camp
2. 24 All. .were numbered of the camp of Eph.
2. 25 The standard of the camp of Dan
2. 31 they that were numbered in the camp of
2. 32 those that were numbered of the camps
4. 5 when the camp setteth forward, Aaron
4. 15 as the camp is to set forward ; after that
5. 2 that they put out of the camp every leper
5. 3 without the camp shall ye put them
5. 3 that they defile not their camps, in the
5. 4 and put them out without the camp : as
10. 2 trumpets., for the journeyiiiRof the camps
10. 5 the camps that lie on the east parts shall
10. 6 then the camps that lie on the south side
10. 14 the first, .went the standard of the camp
10. 18 standard of the camp of Reuben set for.
10. 22 camp of the children of Ephraim set for.
10. 25 camp of the children of Dan set forward
10. 25 all the camps throughout their hosta
10. 34 when they went out of the camp
n. i in the uttermost parts of the camp
11. o dew fell upon the camp in the night
ii. 26 there remained two. .men in the camp
ii. 26 and they prophesied in the camp
ii. 27 EldadandMedaddoprophesy in the camp
ii. 30 Moses gat him into the camp, he and the
ii 31 and let (them) fall by the camp, as it
ii. 31 the other side, round about the camp
11. 32 they spread (them) all. .about the camp
12. 14 let her be shut out from the camp seven
12. 15 Miriam was shut cut from the camp
14. 44 and Moses, departed not out of the camp
15. 35 stone him with stones without the camp
15. 36 congregation brought, without the camp
19. 3 he may bring her forth without the camp
19. 7 afterward he shall come into the camp
19. 9 lay (them) up without the camp in a
31. 12 unto the camp at the plains of Moab
31. 13 forth to meet them without the camp
31. 19 do ye abide without the camp seven days
31. 24 afterward ye shall come into the camp
Deut 23. 10 then shall he go abroad out of the camp
23. 10 he shall not come within the camp
23. ii he shall come into the camp (a: :un)
23. 12 Thou sl:althave a place, .without, .camp
23. 14 God wulketh in the midst of thy camp
23. 14 therefore shall thy camp be holy
29. ii and thy stranger that (is) in thy camp
Josh. 5. 8 they abode in their places in the camp
6. ii came into the camp, and lodged, .camp
6. 14 returned into the carnp : so they did six
6. 18 make the camp of Israel a curse, and
6. 23 aud left them without the camp of Istael
9. 6 they went to Joshua unto the camp at
10. 6 the men. .sent unto Joshua to the camp
10. 15, 43 Joshua returned, .unto the camp to
10. 21 all the people returned to the camp to
Judg. 7. 17 when I come to the outside of the camp
7. 18 on every side of all the camp, and say
7. 19 came unto the outside of the camp in the
7. 21 every man in his place, .about the camp
13. 25 began to move him at times in the camp
21. 8 behold, there came none to the camp from
21. 12 they brought them unto the camp toS.
1 Sa. 4. 3 when the people were come into the camp
4. 5 the ark. .of theLoKD came into the camp
4. 6 \\ hat (meaneth).. great shout in the camp
4. 6 ark of the LORD was come into the camp
4. 7 for they said, God is come into the camp
13. 17 the spoilers came out of the camp of the
14. 21 went up with them into the camp (from)
17. 4 there went out a champion out of. .camp
17. 17 and run to the camp to thy brethren
26. 6 "Who will go down with me. .to the camp .
2 Sa. i. a a man came out of the camp from Saul
i. 3 Out <ji the camp of Israel am I escaped
1 Ki. 16. 16 all. .made Omri. .king, .in the camp
2 Ki. 3. 24 when they came to the camp of Israel
7. 5 they rose up . . to go unto the camp of the
7. 5 come to the uttermost part of the camp
7. 7 left their tents, and . . the camp as it (wa.-:)
7. 10 We came to the camp of the Syrians, and
7. 12 are they gone out of the camp to hide
19. 35 in the camp of the Assyrians an hundred
2 Ch.22. i the Arabians to the camp had slain all
32. 21 in the camp of the king of Assyria
Psa. 78. 28 he let (it) fall in the midst of their camp
106. 16 They envied Moses also in the camp
Isa. 37. 36 angel of the LORD, .smote in the camp
Eze. 4. 2 set the camp also against it, and set
Joel 2. ii Ii is can: p (is) very great : for (he is)strong
Amos 4. 10 made the stink of your camps to come up
2. Place of encampment, nJinn tachanoth.
2 Ki. 6. 8 In such and such a place..my camp
3. ^4 camp, putting alongside, irape/xjSoA.^ pareinboll.
Heb. 13. ii the bodies.. are burnt without the canip
13. 13 go forth, .unto him without the camp
Rev. 20. 9 compassed the camp of the saints about
CAMP, to
To incline, recline, settle down, n;n chanah.
Exodig. 2 there Israel camped before the mount
Isa. 29. 3 I w ill camp against thee round about
Jer. 50. 29 camp against it round about ; let none
is ah. 3. 17 grasshoppers, which camp in the hedges
CAMPHIRE
Camphire, a shrub like privet, i3 kopher.
Song 1. 14 My beloved (is)., (as) a cluster of camphire
4. 13 pleasant fruits ; camphire. .spikenard
CAN, CANNOT
1. There is not that, T P x
N^>
la ithai di.
Dan. 4. 35 none can stay his hand, or say unto him
2.(N~ot)to be able, *?y(vb lo)yaM.
Gen. 13. 16 if a man can number the dust of the earth
19 19 I cannot escape to the mountain, lest
19. 22 I cannot do any thing till thou be come
24. 50 we cannot speak unto thee bad or good
29. 8 We cannot, until all the flocks be gathered
31 35 my lord. .1 cannot rise up before thee
34. 14 they said. .We cannot do this thing, to
44 . i food, as much as they can carry, and put
44. 22 The lad cannot leave his father : for
44. 26 And we said, We cannot go down : if our
Exodio. 5 that one cannot be able to see the earth
19 23 The people cannot come up. .Sinai
33 20 he said, Thou canst not see my face : for
Num22. 18 I cannot go beyond the word of the LORD
24 13 I cannot go beyond the commandment ot
Deut "717 These nations . . how can 1 dispossess them?
28 27 the itch, whereof thou canst not be healed
28. 35 with a sore botch that cannot be healed
31 2 1 can no more go out and come in
Josh 7. i- thou canst notstand before thine enemies
24 xo Joshua said. .Ye cannot serve the LORD
.
, .
1 Sa 17. 39 David said unto Saul, I cannot go with
2 Sa. 12. 23 should I fast V can I bring him back again
> eh. 6. 3 so that I cannot come down : why should
Esth. 8. 6 how can I endure to see the evil that
8. 6 how can I endure to see the destruction
Job 4. 2 who can withhold himself from speaking?
33 5 If thou canst answer me, set (thy words)
42 2 I know that thou canst do every (thing)
Psa. 78. 19 Can God furnish a table in the wilderness?
78. 20 can he give bread, .for his people?
130,. 6 it is high, I cannot (attain) unto it
CAN 140 CANAAN
Prov.3o. 21 and for four (which) it cannot bear
Keel. i. 8 things (are) full of labour, man cannot
1. 15 (which is)crooked cannot be made straight
1. 15 thai whichi* wanting cannot benumbered
7. 13 who can make (that; straight which he
8. 17 a man cannot find out the work that is
Song 8. 7 Many waters cannot quench love, neither
Isa. 29. ii an;l he saith, I cannot ; for it (is) sealed
56. 10 they (ure) all dumb dogs, they cannot
57. 20 like the troubled sea, when it cannot rest
59. 14 truth is fallen . .and equity canuot enter
Jer. 6. 10 uncircumcised, and they cannot hearken
14. 9 as a mighty man (that) cannot save ? yet
18. 6 cauuot I do with you as this potter? saith
19. ii a potter s vessel, that cannot be made
36. 5 I cannot go into the house of the LOUD
38. 5 not (he that) can do (any) thing against
49. 23 sorrow on the sea ; it cauuot be quiet
Dan. 10. 17 how can the servant of this my lord talk
Hab. 1. 13 (Thou art) of purer eyes . . and canst not
3.To be able,^y, yekil.
Dan. 2. 10 There is not a man. .that can show the
2. 27 cannot the wise (men), .show unto the
3. 29 no other God. .can deliver after this sort
5. 16 now if thou canst read the writing, and
5. 16 that thou canst make interpretations
4. To learn to know, fivuxritw yinoskG.
Matt 1 6. 3 ye can discern the face of the sky ; but
Acts 21. 37 Who said, Canst thou speak Greek?
5. To be able, have power, Svvafj.ai dunamai.
Matt. 5. 14 A city that is set oil an hill cannot be hid
5. 36 thou canst not make one hair white or
6. 24 No man can serve two masters : for either
6. 24 Ye cauuot serve God and mammon
6. 27 Which of you, by taking thought, can add
7. 18 A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit
8. 2 Lord, If thou wilt, thou canst make me
9. 15 Can the children of the bride chamber
12. 29 how can one enter into a strong man s
12. 34 how can ye, being evil, speak good things "
16. 3 can ye not(discern)the signs of the times?
17. 16 I brought him. .and they could not cure
17. 19 and said, Why could not we cast him out ?
19. 25 amazed, saying, Who then can be saved?
26. 53 that I cannot now pray to my Father, and
27. 42 He saved others ; himself he cannot save
Mark i. 40 If thou wilt, thou canst make me clean
1. 45 Jesus could no more openly enter into
2. 4 they could not come nigh unto him for
2. 7 who can forgive sins but God only?
2. 19 Can the children of the bride chamber
2. 19 [the bridegroom with them, they cannotJ
3. 20 they could not so much as eat bread
3. 23 How can Satan cast out Satan?
3. 24 if a kingdom be divided, .cannot stand
3. 25 if a house be divided, .that house cannot
3. 26 if Satan, .be divided, he cannot stand
3. 27 No man can enter into a strong man s
5. 3 no man could bind him, no, not with
6. 5 he could there do no mighty work, save
6. 19 would have killed him ; but she could
7. 15 that entering into him can defile him
7. 18 entereth into the man, (it) cannot defile
7. 24 no man know (it): but he could not be
8. 4 whence can a man satisfy these (men)
9. 3 so as no fuller ou earth can white them
9. 23 Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe
9. 28 Why could not we cast him out ?
9. 29 This kind can come forth by nothing but
9. 39 no man. .can lightly speak evil of me
10. 26 saying among themselves, Who then can
10. 38 can ye drink of the cup that I drink of?
10. 39 they say unto him, We can. And Jesus
15. 31 He saved others; himself he cannot save
Luke i. 22 when he came out, he could not speak
5. 12 if thou wilt, thou canst make me clean
5. 21 who can forgive sins but God alone?
5. 34 Can ye make the children, .fast while the
6. 39 Can the blind lead the blind ? shall they
6 42 how canst thou say to thy brother, Brother
8. 19 his brethren, .could not come at him for
9. 40 to cast him out ; and they could not
11. 7 in bed ; I canuot rise and give thee
12. 25 which of you. .can add to his stature
13. ii and could in no wise lift up (herself)
14. 20 I have married a wife, and. .cannot come
14. 26 his own life also, he cannot be my disciple
14. 27 whosoever doth, .come after me, cannot
1 4. 33 all that he hath, he cannot be my dis. ipl,
16. 13 No servant can serve two masters : for
16. 13 Ye cannot serve God and mammon
16. 26 that they which would, .to you cannot
18. 26 they, .said, Who then can be saved?
19. 3 he sought to see Jesus . . and could not
20. 36 Neither can they die any more : for they John L 46 Can there any good thing come out of
3. 2 no man can do these miracles that thou
3. 3 Except a man be born again, he cannot
3. 4 How can a man be born . . can he enter
3. 5 he cannot enter into the kingdom of <;,]
3. 9 said unto him, How can these things be ?
3. 27 A man can receive nothing, except it be
5. 19 The Son can do nothing of himself, but
5. 30 I can of mine own self do nothing : as I
5. 44 can ye believe, which receive honour one
6. 44 No man can come to me, except the
6. 52 How can this man give us (his) flesh to
6. 60 This is an hard saying ; who can hear it ?
6. 65 no man can come unto me, except it
7. 7 The world cannot hate you ; but me it
John 7. 34,36 where I am, (thither) ye cannot come
8. 21 I go. .whither I go, ye caunot come
8. 22 because he saith, Whither I go, ye cannot
8. 43 (even) because ye cannot hear my word
9. 4 the night cometh, when no man can
9. 16 How can a man that is a sinner do sucli
9. 33 man were not of God, he could do nothing
10. 21 Can a devil open the eyes of the blind?
10. 35 and the Scripture cannot be broken
11. 37 Could not this man, which opened the
seeth
Jj. ^7 JJUi Uj 1T11J MU1UVV i ftWIVVf MICC UVW I
14. 5 and how [can] we know the way?
14. 77 the world cannot receive, because it si
15. 4 the branch cannot bear fruit of itself
15. 5 for without me ye can do nothing
16. 12 but ye cannot bear them now
Acts 4. 10 dwell in Jerusalem ; and we cannot deny
4. 20 \ve cannot but speak the things which we
5. 39 But if it be of God, ye caunot overthrow
8. 31 How can I, except some man should
10. 47 Can any man forbid water, that these
13. 39 from which ye could not be justified by
15. i Except ye be circumcised . .ye canuot be
21. 34 when he could not know the certainty
24. 13 Neither can they prove. . things whereof
27. 15 the ship, .could not bear up into the
27. 31 Except these abide in the ship, ye caunot
27. 43 they which could swim should cast
Horn. 8. 7 to the law of God, neither indeed can be
8. 8 they that arc in the flesh cannot please
1 Co. 2. 14 neither can he know (them), because they
3. i I . .could not speak unto you as unto
3. ii For other foundation can no man lay
10. 21 Ye cannot drink, .ye canuot be partakers
12. 3 no man can say that Jesus is the Lord
12. 21 the eye cannot say unto the hand, I have
15. 50 flesh and blood canuot inherit the king.
2 Co. 3. 7 Israel could not stedfastly behold the
Gal. 3. 2 ( a law given which could have given life
i Th. 3. 9 what thanks can we render to God
i Ti. 5. 25 and they that are otherwise cannot be hid
6. 7 (it is) certain we can carry nothing out
6. 16 whom no man hp.th seen, nor can see
2 Ti. 2. 13 he abideth faithful : he caunot deny
Ileb. 3. 19 So we see that they could not enter in
4. 15 an high priest which cannot be touched
5. 2 Who can have compassion on . . ignorant
9. 9 that could not make him that did the
10. i can never with those sacrifices which
10. ii sacrifices, which can never take away
Jas. 2. 14 and have not works? can faith save him?
3. 8 But the tongue can no man tame ; (it is)
3. 12 Can the fig tree, my brethren, bear olive
4. 2 ye kill, and desire to have, and cannot
1 Jo. 3. Q he cannot sin, because he is born of God
4. 20 how can he love God whom he hath not
Rev. 2. 2 thou canst not bear them which are evil
3. 8 an open door, and no man can shut it
7. 9 a great multitude, which no man could
9. 20 which neither can see, nor hear, nor
14. 3 no man could learn that song but the
6. It is not, OVK fo-ri (//,; csti.
Heb. 9. 5 the mercy seat ; of which we cannot now
7. To have, e^w echo.
Mark 1 4. 8 She hath done what she could : she is
Luke 14. 14 for they cannot recompense thee
Acts 4. 14 beholding, .man. .they could say nothing
Heb. 6. 13 because he could swear by no greater, he
8. To have strength, la-^vta ischuii.
Matt 26. 40 What ! could ye not watch with me one
Mark 5. 4 neither could any (man) tame him
9. 18 should cast him out ; and they could not
14. 37 Simon, sleepest thou? couldest not thou
Luke (>. 48 the stream beat, .and could not shake it
8. 43 physicians,neither could be healed of any
14. 6 they could not answer him again to these
16. 3 I cannot dig ; to beg I am ashamed
20. 26 they could not take hold of his words
Acts 25. 7 grievous complaints . . they could not
9. To know, see, o?Sa oida.
Matt 27. 65 go your way, make (it) as sure as ye can
Luke 12. 56 ye can discern the face of the sky and of
CAN away with
To be able, Si; yakol.
Isa. i. 13 I cannot away with ; (it is) iniquity, even
CAN (NOT) be, it
To receive in, admit, IvStxapai endechomai.
Luke 13. 33 it canuot be that a prophet perish out of
CAN do -
1.7V) be able, hare power, ovva,uai dunamai.
Mark 9. 22 if thou canst do anything, have compas.
2 Co. 13. 8 For we can do nothing against the truth
2.7*0 have strength, be strong, l<r\v<a
isc/ii d.
Phil. 4. 13 I can do all things through Christ which
CAN (have)
7*0 know, be acquainted with, jn; yada.
Isa. 56. 1 1 greedy dogs (which) can never have
Jer. i. 61 canuot speak, for I am a child
iSee alto under COULD.]
CAN skill
To knoiq, be acquainted with, jn; yada.
i Ki. s. 6 not among us any that can skill to hew
2 Ch. 2. 7 that can skill to grave with the cunning
2. 8 that thy servants can skill to cut timber
CAN tell
1. 7"o know, be acquainted with, j,"v yada.
Gen. 43. 22 we canuot tell who put our money ia
iSa. 17. 55 thy soul liveth, O kiug, I cannot tell
2Sa, 12. 22 cau tell (whether) GOD will be gracious
Prov 30. 4 what (is) his son s name, if thou canst t.
Eccl. 10. 14 a man cannot tell what shall be
Jon. 3. 9 Who can tell (if) God will turn and re.
2. To put before, 13J nayad, 5.
Eccl. 6. 12 who can tell a man what shall be after
8. 7 for who can tell him when it 10. 14.
3. To know, see, o75a oida.
Matt 21. 27 they answered., and said, We cannot tell
Markn. 33 they answered and said. .We cannot tell
Luke 20. 7 they answered, That they could not tell
John 3 . 8 but canst not tell whence it cometh
8. 14 ye cannot tell whence I come, and whit.
16. 18 A little while? we cannot tell what he
2 Co. 12. 2 whether in the body, I cannot tell
12. 2 or whether out of the body, I cannot tell
12. 3 [whether, .out of the body, I cannot tell]
[See also Approach, cease, condemn, contain, could,
do, escape, find, forbear, Greek, have, lie, move, pass,
receive, remove, see, speak, spoken, tempt, utter, wish.]
CA -NA, Kava.
Cana of Galilee (once Cana in Galilee), a village
memorable as the scene of Christ s first miracle, and of
a subsequent one (John 4. 46, 54). It was also the
native place of Nathanael. The name occurs in the
Gospel of John only, and in these four instances no
clue is furnished as to its situation. All we can make
out is that it was not far from Capernaum, and on a
more elevated situation. The traditional site is at
Kefr Kenna, a small village 4rJ miles N.E. of Nazareth.
A rival site is further X, a village about 5 miles N.
of Suffurieh (Sepphoris) and 9 from Nazareth, near the
present Jefat, the Jotapata of the Jewish wais. This
village still bears the name of Kana-el-jelil, which is
the exact representative of the Hebrew original as is
Kenna widely different from it and it is in tin s fact
that the superiority of the northern Kana seems to
rest.
John 2. i there was a marriage in C. of Galilee
2. ii did Jesus in C. of Galilee, and manifested
4. 46 So Jesus came again into C. of Galilee
21. 2 Nathanael of C. in Galilee, and the (sons)
CA-NA -AN, jEJf low, fiat, Xavadv.
1. A son of Ham and grandson of Noah, B.C. 2300.
Gen. 9. 1 8 Japheth : and Ham (is) the father of C.
9. 22 And Ham, the father of C., saw the nak.
q. 25 Cursed (be) C. ; a servant of servants
9. 26 And he said. .C. shall be his servant
9. 27 God shall enlarge Japheth . . and C. shall
10. 6 sons of Ham; Cush, and Mizraim. .and C.
10. 15 And C. begat Sidon his first born, and H.
i Ch. i. 8 The sons of Ham ; Cush.. Put, and C.
i. 13 And C. begat Zidon his first born, and H.
2. The name denotes both the people who sprang from
Canaan and the country in which they dwelt, which lay
chiefly in the low districts along the E. coast of the
Mediterranean, N. of the Philistines.
Canaan, lit. the "
low" country, was originally applied
to that small stripe of flat land lying on the eastern
shore of the Mediterranean Sea, extending from Egypt
northward even to Sidon, but eventually it came to be
applied to the possessions of the Hebrews on both sides
of the Jordan, having Phoenicia, Lebanon, and Syria
on the N. ; Syria, Ammon, and Moab on the E. ;
Idumea and the Arabian desert on the S. ; and the
Mediterranean Sea on the W. Its extreme length was
about 1 80 miles, and its breadth varied from 20 to 120
miles, containing in all about u ooo square miles a
little less than Belgium, a little more than Wales, or
one-third the size of Scotland. Its coast line, from
Carmel to the S. of Gaza, is little more than 100 miles.
Its population never exceeded 5,000,00x3.
The earliest inhabitants were a race of giants cnlled
Anakim, Avim, Einien, Ilorim, Kcphaitn, SKZIIII or
/Camzmniiiim, remnants of whom continued till at least
the time of David, B.C. 1000. But they had much
earlier been supplanted by the Amorites (between
Hebron and the Salt Sea), the Arkites (at Arka, opposite
the northern extremity of Lebanon), the Arvaditcs
(around Arad), the Girgashites (near the sea of Tiberias),
the Hamathites (around Hamath), the Hittites (around
Hebron), the Hivites (around Hermon), the Jebusites
(at Jebus or Jerusalem), the Perizzites (in Samaria), the
Sinites (south of Arka), the Sidonians (at Sidon), and
the Zerarites (south of Arad). These tribes were all
confined to the W. of the Jordan, save the Amorites,
who possessed two kingdoms on the E. of it that of
Sihon, between the Arnon and the Jnbbok, and that
of Og in Bashan, now called the Hauran.
The moral state of these tribes gradually became so
bad that the laud is represented p.s " spueing them out.
ruder Joshua they were gradually subdued, but were
never wholly exterminated, so that even at the present
day there are relics of them to be found iu the hill
country. The land, being repeatedly promised to
Abraham, received among his descendants such names
as the Land of the Hebrews, of Israel, of Judah. of
Canaan, of Promise, the Holy Land, and Palestine,
which latter was derived from the Philistines who
dwelt in the S.W. at the sea shore. Joshua divided it
by lot.tathe twelve tribes, arranged in four divisions:
CANAAN 141 CANKER WORM
the northern part was assigned to Asher, Naphtali,
Zebuhui, and Issachar; the middle part to Ephraim
and the half tribe of Manasseh; the southern part to
Benjamin, Dan, Judah, and Simeon ; and the eastern
part, beyond the Jordan, to Reuben, Gad, and the
half tribe of Mauasseh. Solomon s division into twelve
sections for governmental purposes may be seen in i Ki.
4. 7-19. After the secession of the ten tribes under
itehoboam, the territory of the tribes of Judah and
Benjamin (with the intermixed cities of Dan and
Simeon) were called Judah,"and the others "Israel,"
till the captivity of the latter, B.C. 728, after a separate
existence of 250 years.
After the death of Alexander the Great, B.C. 330,
Qreek colonists settled in Ptolemais (Acre), Pella, and
Gerasa, while the Nabataeans (an Arab tribe) settled
at I ctra, and gradually conquered Moab and Ammon
in the north.
In New Testament times Canaan was divided into
a variety of provinces. EAST of the Jordan were:
Itureano\v/edMr; Gaulauitis, oowjoian; Traehoaitis,
now Leja; Batanaea, now Nukra (all in the north);
Aurauitis (now Uauran, on the east), and Peraea, now
Seiko, (in the south). WEST of the Jordan were :
Galilee (Upper and Lower), on the north ; Samaria, in
the centre, and Judea, in the south.
In later times it was divided into four parts : PALESTINA
I., PhUMin which included Judea and Samaria,
with Ciesarea for its capital; PALESTINA II. Urdun
(Jordan), including Galilee and Gilead, with Scythopolis
for its capital ; PALESTINA III., Jibalod Sherat, includ
ing the ancient Nabataea, and Aila eastward to the
Arnon, with Petra for its capital ; ARABIA, to the N.E.
of Palestina III., including the Haurau, with Bostra
for its capital.
Palestine successively fell under Persian, Greek,
Rinnan and Turkish rule, under the last of which it
still lies. It is now divided into two pachalics, that
of Sidon, including the whole country on the W. of the
Jordan, and that of Damascus, including the land on
the E. The present population is only about 650,000.
Among its wild animals are the bear (in Lebanon),
the wild boar, fallow deer, fox, gazelle, hyena, jackal,
panther, wolf, &c., but no lions. The domestic animals
are the ass, buffalo, (Arabian) camel, horse, mule, ox,
broad tailed sheep, &c. Its birds are the crow, cuckoo,
eagle, heron, jay, kingfisher, kite, nightingale, owl,
partridge, raven, sparrow, stork, vulture, <fec. Bats
and lizards abound ; fish swarm in the sea of Galilee,
but none in the Salt Sea. On the sea-bound plain, and
lower hill sides, the banana, orange, palm, and sugar
cane grow. The maple, oak, pine, and willow flourish
at from 1000 to 4000 feet above the sea ; also the
mulberry and olive. Barley, wheat, and the vine
abound.
There are two great ranges of mountains, running
parallel on both sides of the Jordan from north to
south, the one lermiratinc; in the mountains of Sinai
and the other on the shores of the Red Sea. The
mountains of Samaria (the centre part of the range on
the W. of the Jordan) average 2000 feet above the sea,
and the highest summits of these are Ebal and Gerizim,
about 2750 feet high. The mountains of Judea are
highest near Hebron, which is 3030 feet above the
Great, and 4342 above the Salt Sea. Jerusalem is 2550
feet above the former, and 3826 above the latter, Tabor
is 1890, Little Hermon 1700, the Carmel range 1740, and
the Promontory 600 feet high, while Lebanon rises eveu
to 10,000, and Anti-Lebanon to 9000 feet above the
Mediterranean.
The Jordan is the only great river in Palestine, and
springs from the foot of Anti-Lebanon 1847 feet above
the sea. Passing through the waters of Meroni and the
Sea of Galilee, it. falls into the Salt Sea, where it is
lost by evaporation. It is fed on the east side by the
waters of the Jarmuk and the Jabbok. The Arnon
falls into the Salt Sea, which is about 46 miles long,
with an average breadth of 7 miles, and is thus nearly
the size of the Lake of Geneva, or three times the size
of Lough Neagh. For further particulars see the articles
Palestine, Judea, Galilee, Sainaria, Perea, <fec.
Gen. ii. 31 they went forth, .to go into the land of C.
12. 5 they went forth to go into the land of C.
12. 5 and into the land of C. they came
13. 12 Abram dwelt in the land of C., and
16. 3 Abram. .dwelt ten years in the land of C.
17. 8 I will give unto thee. .all the land of C.
23. 2 the same (is) Hebron in the land of C.
23. 19 the same (is) Hebron in the land of C.
28. i shalt not take a wife . . daughters of C.
28. 6 shalt not take a wife of. .daughters of C.
28. 8 Esau seeing that the daughters of C.
31. 18 to go to Isaac his father in the land of C.
33. 1 8 which (is) in the land of C., when he
35. 6 Jacob came to Luz, which (is) in. .0.
36. 2 Esau took his wives of the daughters of C.
36. 5 which were born unto him in . .land of 0.
36. 6 which he had got in the land of C.; and
37. i And Jacob dwelt . . in the land of C.
42. 5 for the famine was in the land of C.
42. 7 From the land of C. to buy food
42. 13 the sous of one man in the land of C.
42. 29 came unto Jacob . . unto the laud of C.
42. 32 the youngest (is) this day. .in. .land of C.
44. 3 we brought again unto thee. .land of C.
45. 17 go, get you unto the land of C.
45. 25 and came into the land of C. unto
46. 6 which they had gotten in the land of C.
46. 12 Er and Onan died in the land of C.
46. 31 which (were) in the land of C., are come
, 47. i are come out of the laud of C.; and,behold
47. 4 the famine (is) sore in the land of C.
Gen. 47 13 the land of C.. fainted by reason of the
47. 14 the money, .was found., in the land of C
47. 15 when money failed, .in the laud of C
48. 3 appeared unto me at Luz in the laud of C.
48. 7 Rachel died by me in the laud of C.
49. 30 which (is) before Mature, in the land of C
50. 5 I have digged for me in the land of C.
50. 13 his sons carried him into the land of C.
Exod. 6. 4 to give them the laud of C. the land of
15. 15 all the inhabitants of C. shall melt away
16. 35 came unto the borders of the land of C.
Lev. 14. 34 When ye be come into the land of C.
18. 3 after the doings of the land of C.. whither
25. 38 to give, .the laud of C., (and) to be your
Num 13. 2 that they may search the land of C., which
13. 17 Moses sent them to spy out the land of C.
26. 19 Er and Onan died in the land of C.
32. 30 have possessions among you in the. .of C.
32. 32 We will pass over, .into the land of C.
33. 40 which dwelt in the south in the land of C.
33- 5* ye are passed over Jordan into the. .of C.
34. 2 When ye come into the land of C., this
34. 2 the land of C., with the coasts thereof
34. 29 unto the children of Israel in the. .of C.
35. 10 ye be come over Jordan into the land of C.
35. 14 three cities shall ye give in the land of C.
Deut32. 49 behold the land of C., which I give unto
Josh. 5. 12 they did eat of the fruit of the land of C.
14. i children of Israel inherited in the. .of C.
21. 2 they spake unto them . .in the land of C.
22. 9 which (is) in the land of C., to go unto
22. 10 that (are) in the land of C., the children
22. ii built an altar over against the land of C.
22. 32 Phinehas. .returned, .unto the land of C.
24. 3 and led him throughout all the land of C.
Judg. 3. i as had not known all the wars of C.
4. 2 into the hand of Jabin king of C., that
4. 23 God subdued on that day. .the king of C.
4. 24 prevailed against Jabin the king of C.
4. 24 they had destroyed Jabin king of C.
5. 19 then fought the kings of C. in Taanach
21. 12 to Shiloh, which (is) in the land of J.
i Ch. 16. 18 Unto thee will I give the land of C., the
Psa 105. ii Unto thee will I give the land of C., the
106. 38 whom they sacrificed unto the idols of C.
135. ii Bashau, and all the kingdoms of C.
Isa. 19. 18 five cities, .speak the language of C.
Eze. 16. 3 thy nativity (is) of the land of C. ; thy
16. 29 thy fornication in the land of C. unto
Zeph. 2. 5 C., the land of the Philistines, I will
"Jattis. 22 a woman of C. came out of. .same coasts
Ck-NA-AN-ITE, CA-NA-AN-IT-ISH, <iy.& etc.
Patronymic of the descendants of Canaan, afterwards
restricted to the inhabitants of Canaan.
Gen. 10. 1 8 afterward were the families of . .C. spread
10. 19 the border of the C. was from Sidon, as
12. 6 And the C. (was) then in the land
13. 7 And the C. .dwelt then in the land
15. 21 the Amorites, and the C., and the
24. 3 thou shalt not take a wife, .of the C.
24. 37 Thou shalt not take a wife, .of the C.
34. 30 to make me to stink, .among the C. and
38. 2 daughter of a certain C., whose name (was)
46. 10 and Shaul the son of a C. woman
50. ii when, .the C., saw the mourning in the
Exod. 3. 8 to bring them, .unto the place of the C.
3. 17 I will bring you. .unto the land of the C.
6. 15 and Shaul the son of a C. woman : these
13. 5 shall bring thee into the land of the C.
13 (i shall bring thee into the land of the C.
23. 23 andbring thee in unto. .theC.,the Hivites
23. 28 which shall drive, .the Hivite, the C.,and
33. 2 I will drive out the C., the Atnorite, and
34. ii I driveout before. .theAmorite.andtheC.
.Num 13. 29 the C. dwell by the sea, and by the coast
14. 25 Now the. .C. dwelt in the valley. To
14. 43 For the. .C. (are) there before you, and
14. .45 and the C. which dwelt in that hill
21. i (when) king Arad the C., which dwelt in
21. 3 and delivered up the C. ; and they utterly
33. 40 And king A. the C., which dwelt in
Deut. i. 7 and go. .to the land of the C., and unto
7. i and hath cast out. .the C., and the
11. 30 (Are) they not. .in the land of the C.
20. 17 But thou shalt utterly destroy, .the C.
Josh. 3. 10 he will, .drive out from before you theC.
5. i all the kings of the C., which (were) by the
7. 9 For the C. . .shall hear (of it), and shall
9. i when. .Amorite, the C. . .heard (thereof)
11. 3 the C. on the east and on the west
12. 8 the Hittites, the Amorites, and the C.
13. 3 (which) is counted to the C.: five lords
13. 4 From the south, all the land of the C.
16. 10 they drave not out the C. that dwelt in
16. 10 but the C. dwell among the Ephraimites
17. 12 but the C. would dwell in that land
17. 13 they put the C. to tribute ; but did not
17. 16 P!\ the C. that dwell in the land of
17. 18 thou shalt drive out the C., though they
24. n the Amorites, and the Perizzites, and the
Judg. i. i Who shall go up for usagainst the C. first
i. 3 that we may fight against the C. ; and I
i. 4 the LORD delivered the C. and the Peri,
i. 5 they slew the C. and the Perizzites
i. 9 to fight against the C., that dwelt in the
i. 10 Judah went against the C. that dwelt
i. 17 they slew the C. that inhabited Zephath
i. 27 but the C. would dwell in that land
i. 28 they put the C. to tribute, and did not
i. 29 Neither did Ephraim drive out the C. that
i. 29 but the C. dwelt in Gezer among them
Judg. i 30 the C dwelt among them, and became
i. 32 the Asherites dwelt among the C. . the
i. 33 buthudweltamongtheO., the inhabitants
3 all the C., and the Sidonians and the
5 the children of Israel dwelt among theC.
7 to all, the cities of the . . C : and they went
16 and slain the C. that dwelt in the city
3 the daughter of Shua the C. .tess, And Er
i abominations, (even)oftheC the Hittites
8 to give the land of the C.. the Hittites
24 and thou subduedst before them, the 0.
20 that of the C. . .unto Zarephath ; and
21 there shall be no more the C in the house
4 Simon the C., and Judas Iscariot, who
18 and Thaddeus. and Simon the C.
3.
3.
2 Sa. 24.
i Ki. 9.
i Ch. 2.
Ezra 9.
Neh. 9.
9.
Obad.
Zech 14.
Mattio.
Mark 3.
CAN-DA -CE,
A queen of Ethiopia. The name is not a proper namo
of an individual, but of a dynasty of Ethiopian queens.
Acts 8. 27 an eunuch of great authority under C.
CANDLE
I.A light, "U ner.
Job 18. 6 his candle shall be put out with him
21. 17 How oft is the candle of the wicked put
29. 3 When his candle shiued upon my head
Psa. 18. 28 For thou wilt light my candle : the LORD
Prov.2o. 27 The spirit of man (is) the candle of the
24. 20 the candle of the wicked shall be put out
31. 18 her candle goetli not out by night
Jer. 25. 10 take from them, .the light of the caudle
Zeph. i. 12 I will search Jerusalem with caudles
2.A lamp, \vx"os hichnos.
Matt 5. 15 Neither do men light a caudle, and put
Mark 4. 21 Is a candle brought to be put under a
Luke 8. 16 No man, when he hath lighted a candle
ii. 33 when he hath lighted a candle, putteth
ii. 36 the bright shining of a candle doth give
15. 8 doth not light a candle, and sweep the
Rev. 18. 23 the light of a candle shall shine no more
22. 5 they need no caudle, neither light of the
CANDLESTICK
1. Place of light, candlestick, rvjijp menorah.
Exod. 25. 31 thou shalt make a candlestick (of) pure
25. 31 beaten work shall the candlestick be made
25. 32 three branches of the candlestick out of
25. 32 three branches of the candlestick out of
25. 33 the six branches, .out of the candlestick
25. 34 in the candlestick, .four bowls made like
25- 35 tne si" branches, .out of the candlestick
26. 35 the candlestick over against the table
30. 27 and the candlestick and his vessels
31. 8 the pure candlestick with all his furniture
35. 14 The candlestick also for the light and
37. 17 he made the candlestick (of) pure gold
37. 17 beaten work made he the candlestick
37. 18, 18 three branches of the candlestick out
37. 19 six branches going out of the candlestick
37. 20 in the candlestick, (were) four bowls
39. 37 The pure candlestick, (with) the lamps
40. 4 thou shalt bring in the candlestick, and
40. 24 he put the candlestick in the tent of the
Lev. 24. 4 He shall order the. .pure candlestick
Num. 3. 31 the candlestick, and the altars, and the
4. 9 take a cloth, .and cover the candlestick
8. 2 seven lamps, .over against the candlestick
8. 3 the lamps, .over against the candlestick
8. 4 this work of the candlestick(wasof).. gold
8. 4 so he made the candlestick
1 Ki. 7. 49 the candlesticks of pure gold, five on the
2 Ki. 4. 10 a table, and a stool, and a candlestick
iCh. 28. 15 the weight for the candlesticks of gold
28. 15 by weight for every candlestick, and for
28. 15 and for the candlesticks of silver by
28. 15 for the candlestick, of every candlestick
2 Ch. 4. 7 And he made ten candlesticks of gold
4. 20 the candlesticks with their lamps, that
13. ii the candlestick of gold with the lamps
Jer. 52. 19 the caldrons, and the candlesticks, and
Zech. 4. 2 I have looked, and, behold, a candlestick
4. ii upon the right (side) of the candlestick
^.Candlestick, NJ^IIIJ nebrashta.
Dan. 5. 5 wrote over against the candlestick upon
3.Lamp stand, Aux^ia luchnia.
Matt 5. 15 a candle, and put it. .on a candlestick
Mark 4. 21 Is a candle, .not. .set on a candlestick
Luke 8. 16 a candle, .but setteth (it) on a candlestick
ii. 33 a candle. . but on a candlestick
Heb. 9. 2 tabernacle.. wherein.. the candlestick
Rev. i. 12 turned I saw seven golden candlesticks
i. 13 in the midst of the seven candlesticks
i. 20 and the seven golden candlesticks
1. 20 the seven candlesticks which thou sawest
2. i who walkethinthemidstof.. candlesticks
2. 5 will come. .and. .remove thy candlestick
ii. 4 two olive trees, and the two candlesticks
CANE
Cane, reed, njij qaneh.
Isa. 43. 24 Thou hast brought me no sweet cane
Jer. 6. 20 and the sweet cane from a far country?
CANKER
A consumption, gangreM., yayypaiva. gatjgraina.
2 Ti. 2. 17 their word will eat as doth a canker : of
CANKER WORM
Hedge chafer, a kind of locust, p^ yeleq.
Joel i. 4 locust hath left hath the canker worm
z. 4 that which the canker worm hath left
CANKERED 142 CAPTIVE
Joel 2. 25 the canker worm, .the caterpillar, and
Nah. 3. 15 it shall eat thee up like the canker worm
3. 15 make thyself many as the canker worm
3. 16 the canker worm spoileth, and fleeth
CANKERED, to be
To be rusted, Kc.rioofj.ai katioomai
Jas. 5. 3 Your gold and silver is cankered ; and
CAN -NEH, nj3 set up, distinguished.
In the S. coast of Arabia, now called Cannt.
Eze. 27. 23 Haran, and C., uud Eden, the merchants
CA-PER-NA -TJM, Kairepvaov/j. village of Nahum.
On tlie western shore* of the Sea of Galilee, and near the
northern end. It was in the land of Uennesaret, on the
rich busy plain. The doom pronounced against it and
the other cities has been singularly fulfilled, and in
sacred topography there is no more difficult task than
to discover the site. The spots in dispute are Khan-
Munich and Tell-H&m; the latter is 3 miles X. of
the former, and about 3 miles from the entrance of
the Jordan into the lake.
Matt. 4. 13 he came and dwelt in C., which is upon
8. 5 when Jesus was entered into C., there
ii. 23 thou, C., which art excited unto heaven
17. 24 when they were come to C., they that
Hark i. 21 they went into C.; and straightway
2. i he entered into C. after (some) days
9. 33 he came to C. : and, being in the house
Luke 4.2) whatsoever we have heard done in C.
4. 31 And came down to C., a city of Galilee
7. i when he had ended . . he entered into C.
10. 15 thou, C., which art exalted to heaven
John 2. 12 After this he went down to C ., he, and
4. 46 a certain nobleman . . son was sick at C.
6. 17 and went over the sea toward C. And it
6. 24 and came to C., sacking for Jesus
6. 50 These things said he . . as he taught in C.
CAPH -TOE, linrj cup.
The principal seat of the Philistines, who are once called
Caphtorim, as being of the same race as the Mizraite
people of that name. The position of Caphtor may
have been in Egypt, or near it. From Jer. 47. 4 some
think it was an island, but " isle " means, in its wider
application, a maritime land whether on the coast or
an island.
Deut. 2. 23 Caphtorims, which came forth out of C.
Jer. 47. 4 Philistines, .remnant of the country of C.
Amos 9. 7 and the Philistines from C., and the
CAPH-TO -RIM, C-W25 (CAPHTHORIM).
The people of Caphtor. The name seems to be preserved
in that of the old Egyptian city Coptus.
Gen. 10. 14 of whom came Philistim, and 0.
Deut. 2. 23 the C., which came forth out of C., destr.
i Ch. i, 12 of whom came the Philistines, and C.
CAP PA-DO-Of-A, KcunraSojcj a.
An elevated table-land, intersected by mountain chains
in the eastern part of Asia Minor, bounded on the X.
by Pontus, W. by Lycaonia, S. by Cilicia, and E. by
Syria and Armenia Minor. It was always deficient in
wood. Its interest for students of scripture arises
chiefly from the mention of its Jewish residents among
the hearers of Peter s first sermon, and its Christian
residents amon-, the readers of his first epistle.
Acts 2. 9 dwellers in. .C., in Pontus, and Asia
i Pe. i. i strangers scattered throughout. .C., Asia
CAPTAIN
1. First, leader, chief, >p^s attuph.
Jer. 13. 21 for thou. hast taught them (to be) captains
2. Lord, owner, possessor, "?i5 baal.
Jer. 37. 13 a captain of the ward (was) there, whose
i.Tiphsar, (a title of honour), i?ra tiphsar.
Jer. 51. 27 appoint a captain against her ; cause the
Xah. 3. 17 and thy captains as. .great grasshoppers
4.A ram, leader, nj kar.
Eze. 21. 22 appoint captains, to open the mouth in
5. Leader, one before, TJJ nngid.
1 Sa. 9. 16 thou shall an >int him . . captain over my
10. i the Loit-D hath anointed thee .. captain
13. 14 LORD hath commanded him . .captain
2 Sa. 5. 2 and thou shall be a captain over Israel
a Ki.20. 5 tell Hazekiah the captain of my people
2 Ch.n. ii strongholds, ani put captains in them
6. Exalted, lifted up one, K yi nasi.
Num. 2. 3 the son of Amminadab . . captain of the
2. 5 Zuar. .captain of the children of Issachar
2. 7 Helon.. captain of the children of Zebulun
a. 10 the captain of the children of Reiil.cn
2. 12 the captain of the children of Siiiicm,
2. 14 the captain of the sons of Gad . . Eliasaph
2. 18 the captain of the sons of Ephraim
2. 20 the captain of the children of Manasseh
2. 22 the captain of the sons of Benjamin
2. 25 the captain of the children of Dan . . Ahi.
2. 27 the captain of the children of Asher .P.
2. 29 the captain of the children of Xaphtali
7. Governor, nrt? pechah.
i Ki. 20. 24 and put captains in their rooms
z Ki. 18. 24 wilt thou turn, .the face of one captain
Isa. 36. 9 vrilt thou turn, .the face of one captain
Jer. 51. 23 will I break in pieces captains and rulers
51. 28 the kings of the Medes, the captains
51.57 her wise (men), her captains, and her
Eze. 23. 6 clothed with blue, captains r.nd rulers
23. 12 captains and rulers clothed most gorge.
23. 23 desirable young men, captains and rulers
Dan. 3. 2,3,27 princes, the governors, and. .captains
6. 7 princes, the counsellors, and the captains
8. Ruler, judge, J XiJ qatsin.
Josh. 10. 24 the captains of the men of war which
Judgi i. 6 they said . . Come, and be our captain
ii. ii the people made him head and captain
9.Head, yyh rosh.
Xum 14. 4 Let us make a captain, and let us return
Deut 29. 10 your captains of your tribes, your elders
1 Ch. 4. 42 having for their captains i eiatiah, and
11. 15 three of the thirty captains went down
n. 42 a captain of the Reubenites, and thirty
12. 14 the sons of Gad, captains of the host
12. 18 and made them captains of the band
12. 20 captains of the thousands that (were) of
27. 3 Perez (was) the chief of all the captains
2 Ch.i3. I2 <J ll himself (is) with us for (our) captain
10. Great one, 31 rub.
2 Ki. 25. 8, 10,11, 12, 15, 18, 20 Xebuzar-adan, captain
Jer. 39. 9, 10, ii, 13 Xebuzar-adan the captain
40. i, 2, 5 the captain of the guard
41. 10 Nebuzar-adan the captain of the guard
43. 6 Xebuzar-adan the captain of the guard
52. 12 nineteenth, .came Xebuzar-adan, captain
52. 14 all the army . .with the captain of the
52. 15, 16, iq, 24, 26, 30 the captain of the guard
Dan. 2. 14 Arioch the captain of the king s guard
Il.Ifearl, -\y sar.
Gen. 37. 36 an officer of Pharaoh s. . captain of . .guard
39. i an otlieer of Pharoah, captain of . .guard
40. 3 he put them . .in the house of the captain
40. 4 the captain of the guard charged Joseph
41. 10 ward in the captain of the guard s house
41. 12 an Hebrew, servant to the captain of the
Xum 31. 14 Moses was wroth with, .the captains
31. 48 captains of thousands, and captains of
31. 52 captains of thousands, and of . .captains
31. 54 the captains of thousands, .of hundreds
Deut. i. 15 captains over thousands, and captains
1. 15 captains over fifties, and captains over
20. 9 make captains of the armies to lead the
Josh. 5. 14 but (as) captain of the host of the LORI>
5. 15 the captain of the LORD S host said unto
Judg. 4. 2 the captain of whose host (was) Sisera
4. 7 I will draw unto thee. .Sisera, the captain
1 Sa. 5. 12 he will appoint him captains over thotis.
12 Q sold them into the hand. .Sisera, captain
14. 50 name of the captain of his host. . Abner
17. 18 carry these ten cheeses unto the captain
17. 55 Saul, .said unto Abner, the captain of the
18. 13 Saul, .made him his captain over a thous.
22. z and he became a captain over them
22. 7 will the son of Jesse, .make, .captains
26. 5 Abner the son of Xer, the captain of his
2 Sa. 2. 8 Abner the son of Xer, captain of Saul s
4. 2 Saul s son had two men. .captains of ba.
10. 16 Shobach the captain of the host, .(went)
10. 18 the Syrians, .smote Shobach the captain
1 8. i set captains of thousands and captains
1 8. 5 the king gave all the captains charge
19. 13 if thou be not captain of the host
23. 19 he was their captain, .he attained not
24. 2 Joab the captain of the host, which (was)
24. 4 and against the captains of the host
24. 4 Joab and the captains of the host went
1 Ki. i. 19 hath called. .Joab the captain of the host
j. 25 hath called all the. .captains of the host
2. 5 to the two captains of the hosts of Israel
2. 32 Abner the son of Xer, captain of the host
2. 32 Amasa the son of Jether, captain of the
11. 15, 21 Joab the captain of the host was
ii. 24 he gathered men. .and became captain
15. 20 So Ben-hadad . . sent the captains of the
1 6. 9 servant Zimri, captain of half, .chariots
16. 16 all Israel made Omri, the captain of the
22. 32 captains of the chariots saw Jehoshaphat
22. 33 the captains of the chariots perceived
2 Ki. i . 9 Then the king sent unto him a captain of
i. 10 and said to the captain of fifty, If I (be) a
i. ii he sent unto him another captain of fifty
i. 13 he sent again a captain of the third fifty
i. 13 the third captain of fifty went up, and
i. 14 and burnt up the two captains of the
4. 13 be spoken for to. . the captain of the host .
5. i Xaaman, captain of the host of the king
8. 21 the captains, .and the people fled into
9. 5 behold, the captains of the host, .sitting
9. 5 I have an errand to thee, O captain
9. 5 And he said, To thee, O captnin
ii. 9 the captains over the hundreds did .. all
ii. 10 the captains over hundreds, .that (were)
11. 15 the priest commanded the captains of
25. 23 the captains of the armies, they and their
25. 26 all the people, .and the captains of the
iCh. ii. 6 Jebusites first shall be chief and captain
it. 21 Of the three, .he was theircaptain
12. 21 they helped David, .and were captains in
12. 28 of his father s, .twenty and two captains
12. 34 of Xaphtali a thousand captains, and
13. i And David consulted with the captains of
15. 25 the captains, .went to bring up the ark of
19. 16, 18 Shophach the captain of the host
25. i the captains of the host separated to the
26. 26 the captains over thousands and hund.
26. 26 the captains of the host, had dedicated
27. i and captains of thousands and hundreds
1 Ch.27. 3 of all the captains of the host for tl: ;<r-t
27. 5 The third captain of the host for the third
28. i tribes, and the captains of the companies
28. i captains over the thousands and captains
29. 6 the captains of thousr.nds. .of hundreds
2Ch. i. 2 to the captains of thousands.. hundreds
8. 9 chief.of his captains, and captains of his
16. 4 Ben-hadad hearkened, .sent the captains
17. 14 of Judah, the captains of thousands
17. 15 next to him. . Jehohanan the captain
18. 30, 31, 32 the king of Syria, .com. the capt.
21. 9 compassed him in, and the captains of
23. i, 14, 20 took the captains of hundreds
23. 9 Jehoiada. .delivered to the captains of
25. 5 captains over thousands, and cap. over
26. ii under the hand.. (one) of the king s capt.
32. 6 he set captains of v/ar over the people
32. 21 the leaders and captains in the can.p
33. ii the LORD brought upon them the captains
33. 14 put captains of war in all the fenced cities
Job 39. 25 the thunder of the captains, and the
Isa. 3. 3 The captain of fifty, and the honourable
Jer. 40. 7, 13 the captains of the forces
41. ii, 13, 16 captains of the forces that (were)
42. i, 8 all the captains of the forces, .came
43- 4. 5 the captains of the forces, and all the
II.Ruler, pov:erful one, V ty shallit.
Dan. 2. 15 lie answered. .Arioch the king s captain
IS. Third, one of or over three, V ^y shalish.
Kxod 1 4. 7 he took . . captains over every one of them
15. 4 his chosen captains also are drowned
2 Sa. 23. 8 The Tachmonite. .chief among the cap.
1 Ki. 9. 22 servants, and his princes.and his captains
2 Ki. 9. 25 Then said (Jehu) to Bidkar his captain
10. 25 Jehu said to the guard and to the capta.
10. 25 the guard and the captains cast (them)
15. 25 the son of Kemaliah, a captain of his
1 Ch. ii. ii chief of the captains [v.ii. xhalonh}.
12. 18 chief of the captains [v.L. thaloth].
2 Ch. 8. 9 and captains of his chariots and horsemen
I*. Chief leader, apxyyds archeyos.
Heb. 2. 10 make the captain of their salvation
15. Leader of an army, crrparrijos stratfijos.
Luke22. 4 communed with the chief priest ami cap.
22. 52 chief priests, and captains of the temple
Acts 4. i the captain of the temple, .came upon
5. 24 the captain of the temple, .heard these
5. 26 Then went the captain with the officers
IQ.Trader of a thousand, xi\(apxos chiliarchos.
JohmS. 12 and the captain and officers, .took Jesus
K.CV. 19. 18 ye may eat the llesh of.. captains
CAPTAIN, chief (or high)
I.Head, ~ty sar.
Gen. 21. 22, 32 Phichol the chief captain of his host
26. 26 Phichol the chief captain of his army
^.Leader of a thousand, x\i\iapxos chiliarchos.
Mark 6. 21 his lords, high captains, and chief
Acts 21. 31 tidings came unto the chief captain
21. 32 they saw the chief captain and the soldiers
21. 33 the chief captain canie near, and took him
21. 37 he said unto the chief captain, May I
22. 24 The chief captain commanded him to be
22. 26 he went and told the chief captain
22. 27 Then the chief captain came, and said
22. 28 the chief captain answered, With a fjreat
22. 29 and the chief captain also was afraid
23. 10 the chief captain, .commanded the sold.
23. 15 signify to the chief captain that he bring
23. 17 Bring this young man unto the chief cap.
23. 18 So he. .brought (him) to the chief captain
23. 19 Then the chief captain took him by the h.
23. 22 the chief captain, .lettheyoung niandep.
24. 7 [the chief captain Lysias came (upon us)]
24. 22 Lysias the chief captain shall come down
25. 23 plnce of hearing, with the chief captaius
Rev. 6. 15 the rich men, and the chief captaius
CAPTAIN of the guard -
Chiefofthe camp, cTTparoTffSiipx nfstratopcdarchfs.
Acts 28. 16 [delivered, .to the captain of the guard]
CAPTAIN that had rule
Head, "f sar.
1 Ki.22. 31 captains that had rule over his chariots
CAPTAINS
I. One ready, prepared, If kari.
2 Ki.n. 4 rulers over hundreds, with the captains
11.19 rulers over hundreds, and the captains
Z.OJicers, O y hy shallshim [v. L. cvi1
??1
].
1 Ch. ii. ii Jashobeam. .the chief of the explains
12. 1 8 came upon Amasai. .chief of the captains
CAPTIVE
I.Exile, one removed or removing, nVia golah.
2 Ki.24. 16 the king of Babylon brought captive to B.
Eze. i. i I (was) among the captives by the river
2. To remove into exile, ri73 galah.
2 Ki 24. 14 men of valour, .ten thousand captives
Isa. 49. 21 lost my children, and am. .a captive
S.Exile, removal, niSj <jaluth.
Isa. 20. 4 lead.. the Ethiopians captives, young
45. 13 and he shall let go my captives
Jer. 28. 4 with all the captives of Judah, that went
4. Son of exile or removal *{n^3-|3 ben galutha.
Dan. 2. 25 I have found a man of the captives of
CAPTIVE
5. To take away captive, nyy shabah.
Gen. 31. 26 carried away my daughters, as captives
Isa. 61. i to proclaim liberty to the captives, and
6. One taken away captive, 3V sliebi.
K*odi2. 29 the first born of the captive that (was)
Nuni3i. 12 they brought the captives, and the prey
31. 19 purify (both) yourselves and your cap.
2 Ch.28. 17 the Edomites. .carried away captives
Isa. 49. 24 Shall the prey, .or the lawful captive
45. 25 Even the captives of the mighty shall
52. 2 bands of thy neck, O captive daughter
Jer. 48. 46 for thy sons are taken captives, and thy
Dan. ii. 8 shall also carry captives; Deut. 21. 10.
7. Company of captives, "v?? shibyah.
Deut. 21. ii And seest among the captives a. .woman
32. 42 the blood of the slain and of the captives
2 Ch. [28. 5 carried . . a . . multitude of them captives]
28. n hear me, therefore, and deliver the capt.
28. 13 Ye shall not bring in the captives hither
28. 14 So the armed men left the captives
28. 15 the men. .rose up, and took the captives
Jer. 48. 46 sons are taken . .thy daughters captives
8. Captivity, rcyy shebith.
Eze. 16. 53 the captivity of thy captives in the midst
9. One taken by tJie spear, atxjuaAojTos aichmalotos.
Luke 4. 18 to preach deliverance to the captives, and
[See also Carried away, carry away, lead, led away.]
CAPTIVE, to go
To remove into exile, rhi galah.
Amos 6. 7 go captive with the first that go captive
CAPTIVE, to bring away
To lake aivay captive, nyp shabah.
2 Ki. 5. 2 Syrians . . brought away captive . . a little
CAPTIVE, to be carried
To be taken aivay captive, nyy shabah, 2.
1 Ki. 8. 47 the land whither they were carried capt.
2 Ch. 6. 37 the land whither they were carried cap.
Eze. 6. 9 nations whither they shall be carried cap.
CAPTIVE, to be carried away
1.7*o be exiled, ."r?a galah, 6.
Jer. 40. i which were carried away captive unto
2. To be taken away captive, nyp shabah, 2.
Jer. 13. 17 the LORD S flock is carried away captive
CAPTIVE, to carry
1. To take aivay captive, niy shabah.
1 Ki. 8. 47 land of them that carried them captives
8. 50 before them who carried them captive
2 Ch. 6. 38 whither they have carried them captives
Psa 106. 46 of all those that carried them captives
2. To remove into exile, n^a galah, 5.
2 Ki.is. 29 and carried them captive to Assyria
16. 9 carried (the people of) it captive to Kir
Jer. 20. 4 he shall carry them captive into Babylon
CAPTIVE, to carry away
1.7V) take aivay captive, nyy shabah.
Nurn.24. 22 Asshur shall carry thee away captive
1 Ki. 8. 46 so that they carry them away captives
2 Ch. 6. 36 carry them away captives unto a land
25. 12 did the children, .carry away captive
28. 5 carried away a great multitude of them
28. 8 carried away captive of their brethren
Psa 137. 3 they that carried us away captive
Jer. 41. 10 Ishmael carried away captive all the
41. 10 son of Nethaniah carried . . away captive
41. 14 Ishmael had carried away captive from
43. 12 shall burn .and carry them away captives
Obad. ii. the strangers carried away captive his
2. To remove into exile, nht galah, 5.
Jer. 24. i king of Babylon had carried away captive
27. 20 carried away captive Jeconiah the son
39. 9 carried away captive into Babylon the
43. 3 carry us away captives into Babylon
52. 15 guard carried away captive (certain) of
52. 28 Nebuchadrezzar carried away captive
52. 29 he carried away captive from Jerusalem
52. 30 the guard carried away captive of the Jews
Amos i. 6 carried away captive the whole captivity
CAPTIVE, to cause to be carried away
To remove into exile, ri^a galah, 5.
Jer. 29. 7 I have caused you to be carried away capt.
29. 14 I caused you to be carried away captive
CAPTIVE exile
To be bent, bowed, nyy tsaah.
Isa. 51. 14 The captive exile hasteneth that he may
CAPTIVE, to lead
1. To take away captive, ,13? shabah.
Judg. 5 . 12 lead thy captivity captive, thou son of
: Ch 30. 9 before them that lead them captive, so
Psa. 68. 18 thou hast led captivity captive : thou
2. To remove into exile, nhi galah, 5.
Jer. 22. 12 place whither "they have led him captive
3. To take by the spear, cdxnatMTtfo aichmaldteuo.
PP-
4> f y 1?d captivity captive, and a. gave gifts 3. 6 [lead captive] silly women laden with
CAPTIVE, to lead away
I. To take aviay captive, nyy shabah.
i Ki. 8. 48 their enemies which led them away cap.
U3 CARCASE
2. To be exiled, MJ?J galah, 4.
Nah. 2. 7 HUZU.U shall be led nway captive, she
3. To take by the sprar, alxnaKaa-ri^w aichmaldizu.
l.iiur i. 24 shall be led away captive into all nations
CAPTIVE, to take
To take away captive, nyy shabah.
Gen. 34. 29 little ones, .their wives took they captive
Nunrji. 9 Israeltook. .the women of .Midian captives
[Deut2i. 10 and thou hast taken them captive]
1 Sa. 30. 2 had taken the women captives that (were)
2 Ki. 6. 22 thou hast taken captive with thy sword
2 Ch.28. ii captives, .which ye have taken captive
Isa. 14. 2 and they shall take them captives, whose
Jer. 50. 33 all that took them captives held them
CAPTIVE, to be taken
\.To be taken away captive, ny? shabah, 2.
Gen. 14. 14 heard that his brother was taken captive
1 Sa. 30. 3 and their daughters, were taken captives
30. 5 David s two wives were taken captives
2. To catch alive, faypfca zOgred.
2 Ti. 2. 26 who are taken captive by him at his will
CAPTIVITY
\.Exile, removal, ffyit golah.
2 Ki. 24. 15 (those) carried he into captivity from Jer.
i Ch. 5. 22 dwelt in their steads until the captivity
Ezra i. ii bring up with, .the captivity that were
2. i children . . went up out of the captivity
4. i the children of the captivity builded the
6. 19 the children of the captivity kept the
6. 20 for all the children of the captivity
6. 21 which were come again out of captivity
10. 7 all the children of the captivity, that
10. 1 6 And the children of the captivity did so
Esth. 2. 6 Who. .carried away, .with the captivity
Jer. 29. 16 are not gone forth v ith you into captivity
29. 20 Hear, .the word, .all ye of the captivity
29. 31 Send to all them of the captivity, saying
46. 19 furnish thyself to go into captivity : for
48. 7 Chemosh shall go forth into captivity
48. ii neither hath he gone into captivity
49. 3 for their king shall go into captivity
Eze. 3. ii go, get thee to them of the captivity
3. 15 came to them of the captivity at Tel-abib
11. 24 in a vision, .to them of the captivity
11. 25 Then I spake unto them of the captivity
12. 4 they that go forth into captivity
12. 7 I brought forth my stuff, .for captivity
12. ii they shall remove, (and) go into captivity
25. 3 Judah, when they went into captivity
Amos i. 15 And their king shall go into captivity
Zech. 6. 10 Take of . .the captivity, .of Heldai
14. 2 half of . .city shall go forth into captivity
2. To remove into exile, n?j galah.
JudgiS. 30 until the day of the captivity of the land
3.Exile, removal, mSa galuth.
2 Ki. 25. 27 seven and thirtieth year of the captivity
Ezra 6. ID the children of the captivity, kept the
Jer. 29. 22 a curse by all the. captivity of Judah
52. 31 in. .seven and thirtieth year of . .captivity
Eze. i. 2 fifth year of king Jehoiachin s captivity
33. 21 in the twelfth year of our captivity
40. i the five, .twentieth year of our captivity
Dan. 5. 13 (Art) thou . . of the children of. .captivity
6. 13 Daniel, which (is)of. .children, .captivity Amos i. 6 they carried, .captive, .whole captivity
i. 9 they delivered up the whole captivity
Obr.d. 20 And the captivity of this host of the
20 and the captivity of Jerusalem, which
4.A casting away, or up and down, ~^B laltelah.
Isa. 22. 17 will carry . . away with a mighty captivity
5. Captivity, rr,3y shebuth.
Deut 30. 3 the LORD thy God will turn, .captivity
Job 42. 10 the LORD turned the captivity of Job
Psa. 14. 7 the LORD bringeth back the captivity
53. 6 God bringeth back the captivity of his
85. i thou hast brought back the captivity of
126. 4 Turn again our captivity, O LORD
Jer. 29. 14 I will turn away your captivity
30. 3, 18 I will bring again the captivity of
31. 23 when I shall bring again their captivity
32. 44 I will cause their captivity to return
33. 7 I will cause the captivity of. .Israel, to
33. ii I will cause to return the captivity of
33. 26 I will cause their captivity to return
48. 47 Yet will I bring again the captivity of M.
49. 6 I will bring again the captivity of the
49. 39 I will bring again the captivity of Elam
Lam. 2. 14 iniquity, to turn away thy captivity
Eze. 29. 14 I will bring again the captivity of Egypt
Hos. 6. ii when I returned the captivity of my
Joel 3. i I shall bring again the captivity of Judah
Amos 9. 14 I will bring again the captivity of my
Zeph. 2. 7 visit them, and turn away their captivity
3. 20 I turn back your captivity before your
Q.Captivity, captire, ??> sJirbi.
Deut 21. 13 put the raiment of her captivity from off
28. 41 for they shall go into captivity
Judg. 5. 12 lead thy captivity captive, thou son of A.
2 Ch. 6. 37 pray unto thee. .land of their captivity
29. 9 our wives (are) in captivity for this
Ezra 2. i children . .that went up out of. .captivity
3. 8 they that were come out of the.captivity
8. 35 children, .were come out of the captivity
9. 7 to the sword, to captivity, and to a spoil
Neh. i. 2 the Jews. . which were left of the captivity
Neh. i. 3 The remnant that are left of the captivity
7. 6 children, .went up out of the captivity
ti. 17 that were come again out of the captivity
Psa. 68. 1 8 thou hast led captivity captive : thou
78. 61 And delivered his strength into captivity
Isa. 46. 2 but themselves are gone into captivity
Jer. 15. 2 as (are) for the captivity, to the captivity
20. 6 all that dwell, .shall go into captivity
22. 22 and thy lovers shall go into captivity
30. 10 I will save thee. .land of their captivity
30. 16 every one of them, shall go into captivity
43. ii such (as are) for captivity to captivity
46. 27 save thee. .from the land of their capt.
Lam. i. 5 her children aregone into captivity before
i. 18 and my young men aregone into captivity
Eze. 12. ii they shall remove, (and) go into captivity
30. 17 and these (cities) shall go into captivity
30. 18 and her daughters shall go into captivity-
Dan, ii. 33 by name, by captivity, and by spoil Amos 9. 4 they go into captivity before theireiifinie*
N ah. 3. 10 she carried away, she went into captivity
Ilab. i. 9 they shall gather the captivity as the
7. Captivity, (captive}, rt^y shityah.
Neh. 4. 4 for a prey hi the laud of captivity :
8. Captivity, r\*2y sliebith.
Nuni2i. 29 into captivity unto Sihon king of the
Job 42. 10 the LOUD turned the captivity of Job
I sa. 85. i thou hast brought back the captivityof
126. 4 Turn again our captivity, O LORD, as the
Jer. 29. 14 I will turn away your captivity, and I
49. 39 I will bring again the captivity of Elam
Lam. 2. 14 not discovered, .turn away thy captivity
Eze. 16. 53 When I shall bring again their captivity
16. 53 the captivity of Sodom and her daughters
16. 53 captivity of Samaria and her daughters
16. 53 then (will I bring again) the captivity of
Zeph. 2. 7 God shall, .turn away their captivity
Q.Captivity, return, nyy shibaJi.
Psa. 126. i LORD turned again the captivity of Ziou
10.,4 taking by thes2}eai;alxiJ-a\ci:iTia aichmalosia.
Eph. 4. 8 he led captivity captive, and Kev. 13.10,10
CAPTIVITY, to bring into
To take by the spear, cux/ua\a>Ti a oichmalStizS.
Hum. 7. 23 bringing me into captivity to the law of
2 Co. 10. 5 bringing into captivity every thought to
CAPTIVITY, to cause to go into
To remove into exile, nbj galah, 5.
Amos 5. 27 will I cause you to go into captivity
CAPTIVITY, to cause to be led into
To remove into exile, ~?J galah, 5.
Eze. 39. 28 God. .caused them to be led into captivity
CAPTIVITY, to carry away into
To remove into exile, nhi galah, 5.
Lam. 4. 22 no more carry thee away, .into captivity
CAPTIVITY, to go into
To remove into exile, rf?3 galah.
Isa. 5. 13 my people are gone into captivity, because
Lam. i. 3 Judah is gone into captivity because of
Eze. 39. 23 the house of Israel went into captivity
Amos i. 5 Syria shall go into captivity unto Kir
5. 5 for Gilgal shall surely go into captivity
7. 17 Israel shall surely go into captivity forth
Mic. i. 16 they are gone into captivity from thc-e
CARBUNCLE
1. Stone of brightness, rnpx J3X eben eqdarh.
Isa. 54. 12 I will make , .thy gates of carbuncles
2. Glittering stone, emerald, njr)? barcqath.
Eze. 28. 13 the sapphire, the emerald, .the carbuncle
^.Glittering stone, r\v~ bareqeth.
Exod28. 17 a sardius, a topaz, and a carbuncle
39. 10 a sardius, a topaz, and a carbuncle
CAR -CAS, 03-15 severe.
The seventh chamberlain of Ahasuerus.
Esth. i. 10 he commanded Mehumaii. .and C., the
CARCASE
I. Body, rr U geviyah.
Judgi4/ 8 bees and honey in the carcase of the lion
14. 9 had taken the honey out of the carcase
I.Fallen thing, carcase, nVso mappeleth.
Judgi4 . 8 turned aside to see the carcase of the lion
S.Faded thing, carcase, nj>33
ncbelah.
Lev. 5. 2 whether.. a carcase of an unclnan beast
5. 2 a carcase of unclean cattle, or the carcase
ii. 8 their carcase shall ye not touch; they (are)
ii. ii ye shall have their carcases in abomiua.
ii. 24 whosoever toucheth the carcase of them
ii. 25 whosoever beareth . .the carcase of them
ii. 27 whoso toucheth their carcase shall be
IT. 28 he that beareth the carcase of them shall
ii. 35 whereupon (any part) of their carcase
ii. 36 that which toucheth their carcase shall
ii. 37, 38 if (any part) of their carcase fall, .it
ii. 39 he that toucheth the carcase .. shall be
ii. 40 he thateateth of the carcase .. shall wash
ii. 40 he also that beareth the carcase, .shall
Deut 28. 26 thy carcase.shall be meat unto all fowls
Josh. 8. 29 they should take his Carcase down from
i K1.I3- 22 thy carcase shall not come unto the sep.
13. 24 his carcase (was) cast in the way, and the
CARCASE 144 CARRIED
1 Ki. 13. 24 the lion also stood by the carcase
13. 25 men passed by, and saw the carcase
13. 25 and the lion standing by the C;P-:I.M-
13. 28 he went, and found his carcase cast in
13. 28 and the lion standing by the carcase
13. 28 the lion had not eaten the carcase, nor
13. 29 And the prophet took up the carcase of
13. 30 he laid his carcase in his own grave
2 Ki. 9. 37 the carcase of Jezebel shall be as dung
Isa. 5. 25 their carcases, .torn in the midst of the
Jer. 7. 33 the carcases of this people shall be in< :it
9. 22 the carcases of men shall fall as dung
if,. 4 their carcases shall be meat for the fowls
16. 18 filled mine inheritance with the carcase
19. 7 their carcases will I give to be meat for
^.Carcase, faint, exhausted object, iJf peger.
Gen. 15. ii the fowls, came down upon the carcases
Lev. 26. 30 cast your carcases upon the carcases of
Nunii4. 29 Your carcases shall fall in this wilderness
14- 32 y ur carcases, they shall fall in this wil.
14. 33 until your carcases be wasted in the wil.
1 Sa. 17. 46 I will give the carcases, .unto the fowls of
Isa. 14. 19 as a carcase troddeu under feet
34. 3 their stink shall come up out of their car.
66. 24 look upon the carcases of the men that
Eze. 43. 7 the carcases of their kings in their high
43. 9 let them put away . . the carcases of their
Nah. 3. 3 and a great number of carcases ; and
S.Limb, KW\OV kolon.
Heb. 3. 17 whose carcases fell in the wilderness?
6. Fallen thing, irr<a/j,a ptoma.
Matt 24. 28 wheresoever the carcase is, there will the
CARCASE, dead
l.Carcase, faded object, .173} nebelah.
Deut 14. 8 ye shall not. .touch their dead carcase
2. Faint, exhausted, 129 peger.
Eze. 6. 5 I will lay the dead carcases of the child.
CAR-CHE -MISH, c* 3?13 citadel of Lhemosh.
A city on the Euphrates occupying nearly the site of
Maboit or Hlerapolig in later times, but not to be con
founded with the classical Circesium, which stood
much further down the river.
2 Ch.35. 20 Necho. .came up to fight against Church.
Isa. 10. 9 (Is) not Calno as C ? (is) not Hamath
Jer. 46. 2 which was by the river Euphrates in C.
CARE
I. Anxious care, nan deagah.
Eze. 4. 16 bread by weight, and with care
2. Word, matter, nyn dabar.
1 Sa. 10. 2 thy father hath left the care of the asses
3. Trembling, fear, nyjn charadah.
2 Ki. 4. 13 been careful for us with all this care
4. Division, distraction, fj.fpifj.va merimna.
Matt 13. 22 is he that heareth the word ; and the care
Mark 4. 19 the cares of this . . and the deceit!ulness
Luke. 8. 14 are choked with cares and riches
21. 34 your hearts be overcharged with, .cares
2 Co. 1 1. 28 Besides those . . care of all the churches
i Pe. 5. 7 Casting all your care upon . . for he careth
5. Haste, speed, ffirovS f) spoude.
i Co. 7.12 our care for you in the sight of God might
6. To be mindful, <f>povtta phroneo.
Phil. 4. 10 at . . last your care for me hath flourished
CARE, earnest
Haste, speed, ffirovSri spoude.
a Co. 8, 16 put the same earnest care into the heart
CARE, to
1. To be an object of care, /leXtu meld.
Matt 22. 16 neither carest thou for any (man) ; for
Mark 4. 38 Master, carest thou not that we perish ?
12. 14 Master, we know that thou. .carest for
Luke 10. 40 dost thou not care that my sister hath
John 10. 13 he is an hireling, and careth not for the
12. 6 not that he cared for the poor; but because
Acts 1 8. 17 Gallio cared for none of those things
i Co. 7. 21 Art thou called (being) a servant? care
i Pe. 5. 7 all your care upon him ; for he careth
2. Tobecome distracted,careful,fj.fpi/j.vdcameriiiina<
i Co. 7! 32, 33 He that is unmarried careth for the
7. 34 The unmarried woman careth for the
7. 34 but she that is married careth for the
Phil. 2. 20 who will naturally care for your state
CARE, to have
To become distracted, careful, fj.tpifj,vti(a merimna:
i Co. 12. 25 the members should have the same care
CARE, to take
To be on object of care, fj.4\ta mel i.
1 Co. 9. 9 Doth God take care for oxen ?
CARE for, to
1. To seek, search after, "iqx vrn darash achare.
Deut ii. i2 A land, .the LOKD thy God careth for
Psa. 142. 4 I looked, .no man cared for my soul
2. To set the heart to, SN ib D c- sum leb el.
2 Sa. 18. 3 if we flee away, they will not care for us
18. 3 neither if half of us die, will they care for
CARE of. to take
To be careful about, cV</xe\cojuai epimeleomai.
Luke 10. 34 brought him to an inn, and took care of
Lukeio. 35 Take care of him . . I will repay thee
1 Ti. 3. 5 how. .he take care of the church of God?
ARE, without
Trustfully, confidently, n^ la-betach.
Jen 49. 31 wealthy nation, that dwelleth without care
CA-RE -AH, rn.jj bald head.
ather of Johanan, governor of Judah in the time of
Gcdaliah. Elsewhere in the English version it is spelt
larcah. B.C. 630.
2 Ki.25- 23 came to Gedaliah. .Johanan the son of C.
CAREFUL, to be
1. To be anxiously careful, J>n daag.
Jer. 17. 8 shall not be careful in the year of drought
2. To tremble, fear, ~nri charad.
2 Ki. 4. 13 Behold, thou hast been careful for us
3. To be or think necessary, nyn ehashach.
Dan. 3. 16 we (are) not careful to answer thee in
[.To become distracted, fi.fpifj.vatt> merimnao.
Luke 10. 41 thou art careful and troubled about
Phil. 4. 6 Be careful for nothing; but in every thing
.To be mindful, <f>povf> phroneo.
Phil. 4. 10 ye were also careful, but ye lacked
6. To be thoughtful or mindful, cppwrifa phrontizo.
Titus 3. 8 which.. believed iii God might be careful
CAREFULLY
To hear, hearken, J?otf shama.
Deut 15. 5 Only if thou carefully hearken unto the
CAREFULLY, the more
More hastily, <nrov$aioTfpws spoudaioteros.
Phil. 2. 28 I sent him therefore the more carefully
CAREFULNESS
l.Anxious care, ruin deagah.
Eze. 12. 1 8 drink thy water, .with carefulness
12. 19 They shall eat their bread with careful.
2. Haste, ffTrovoi] spoude.
2 Co. 7. 1 1 what carefulness it wrought in you
CAREFULNESS, without
Without distraction, afj.fpif.tvos amerimnos.
i Co. 7. 32 But I would have you without carefulness
CARELESS
1. To trust, be confident, no? batach.
Isa. 32. 9 ye careless daughters ; give ear unto my
2. Trust, confidence, naa betach.
JudgiS. 7 the people . . dwelt careless, after the
Eze. 30. 9 to mr.ke the careless Ethiopians afraid
CARELESS one or woman
To trust, be confident, 1153 batach.
Isa. 32. 10 shall ye be troubled, ye careless women
32. ii ye women, .be troubled, ye careless ones
CAR -MEL, SEI? fruitful place.
I.It is nearly always with the article " the park," the
well-wooded place. A mountain which forms a striking
and characteristic feature of Canaan. It projects into
the Mediterranean, and stands as a wall between the
maritime plain of Sharon on the S. and the more inland
expanse of Esdraelon on the N. It is about 12 miles
long from the sea till it terminates abruptly in the hills
of Janin and Samaria, which form at that part the
central mass of the country. Its highest point is about
4 miles from the E. end, at the village of Es-fieh, and
measures in English feet 1728 above the sea level.
Josh 12. 22 the king of Jokneam of C., one
19. 26 reacheth to C. westward, and to Shihpr.
i $3.15. 12 Saul came to C., and, behold, he set him
1 Ki.iS. 19 gather to me all Israel unto mount C.
1 8. 20 gathered the prophets, .unto mount C.
18. 42 Elijah went up to the top of C.; and he
2 Ki. 2. 25 he went from thence to mount C.
4. 25 came unto the man of God to mount C.
19. 23 I will enter into, .the forest of his C.
2 Ch.26. 10 vine dressers in the mountains, and in C.
Song 7. 5 Thine head upon thee (is) like C., and the
Isa. 33. 9 Bashan and C. shake off (their fruits)
35. 2 the excellency of C. and Sharon ; they
37. 24 I will enter into, .the forest of his C.
Jer. 46. 18 as C. by the sea, (so) shall he come
50. 19 he shall feed on C. and Bashau, and his
Amos i. 2 The LORD will roar, .and the top of C.
9. 3 though they hide themselves in. .top of C.
Mic. 7 . 14 which dwell solitarily .. in the midst of C.
Nah. i. 4 Bashan languisheth, and C., and
2. A town in the mountainous part of Judah, where
Nabal resided with his wife Abigail. Here, no doubt,
was the site of Tzziah s vineyards. The ruins of the
town, now called Kurmul, still remain at 10 miles
below Hebron in a slightly S. E. direction, close to those
of Main, Zif, (Maon and Ziph), and other places named
with Carmel in Josh. 15. 55.
Josh 15. 55 Maon, C., and Ziph, and Juttah
i Sa. 25. 2 in Maon, whose possessions (were) in C.
25. 2 and he was shearing his sheep in C.
25. 5 Get you up to C., and go to Nabal
25. 7 all the while they were in C.
25. 40 the servants of David were come, .to C.
CAR-MEL-ITE, CAR-MEL-IT-ESS n^pi?, ^TJS.
An inhabitant of Carmel.
i Sa. 27. 3 and Abigail the C., Nabal s wife
30. 5 and Abigail the wife of Nabal the C.
2 Sa. 2. 2 and Abigail, Nabal s wife, the C.
3. 3 Chileab, of Abigail the wife of Nabal. .C.
23. 35 Hezrai the C., Paarai the Arbite
i Ch. 3. i the second, Daniel, of Abigail the C.
ii. 37 Hezro the C., Naarai the son of Ezbai
CAR -MX, *Bi3 fruitful, noble.
1. Father of Achan " who troubled Israel." In i Ch.
4. i the name is given as a son of Judah, but the same
person is probably intended, as no such son of Judah
is elsewhere mentioned, and of the live names mentioned
only one is really his son, Pharez, though the other four
are called "sons." Hezron is of the 2d generation,
Hur of the 4th, and Shobal of the 6th. B. C. 1480.
Josh. 7. i for Achan, the son of C., the son of Zabdi
7. 18 and Achan, the son of C. . .was taken
i Ch. 2. 7 the sons of C. ; Achar the troubler of Is.
4. i sous of Judah; Pharez, Hezron, and C.
2. One of the sons of Reuben, B.C. 1700.
Gen. 46. 9 sons of Reuben ; Hanoch . . Hezron, and C.
Exod. 6. 14 Hezron, and C. : these (be) the families of
Num26. 6 of C., the family of the Carmites
i Ch. 5. 3 sons, .of Reuben. .Pallu, Hezron, and C.
CARMITES, 2-)sn.
Family descended" from the preceding, No. 2.
Num 26. 6 of Carmi, the family of the C.
CARNAL
I. Fleshly, ffapKtitJs sarkikos.
Rom. 7. 14 but I am [carnal], sold under sin
1 Co. 3. i I. .could not speak, .but as unto [carnal]
3. 3 ye are yet [carnal], .are ye not carnal?
3. 4 I (am) of Apolios ; are ye not [carnal] ?
2 Co. 10. 4 weapons of our warfare (are) not carnal
Heb. 7. 16 not after the law of a [carnal] command.
2. Flesh, trdpt sarx.
Rom. 8. 7 the carnal mind (is) enmity against God
Heb. 9. 10 drinks, and divers washings, and carnal
CARNAL things
The fleshly (things), TO. ffapKinii ta sarkika.
Rom 15. 27 to minister unto them in carnal things
1 Co. 9. it if we shall reap your carnal things?
CARNALLY
l.Lying of seed, nj rtyyv [shekabah] ; jni^ [zero],
Lev. 18. 20 Moreover thou shaltnotlie carnally with
19. 20 whosoever lieth carnally with a woman
Num. 5. 13 a man lie with her carnally, and it be hid
2. Flesh, trap! sarx.
Rom. 8. 6 For to be carnally minded (is) death ; but
CARPENTER
1. Artificer, tsnn charash.
2 Ki.22. 6 Unto carpenters, and builders, and mas.
2 Ch.24. 12 hired masons and carpenters to repair
Ezra 3. 7 They gave money also unto, .the carpen.
Isa. 41. 7 So the carpenter encouraged the goldsm.
Jer. 24. i the carpenters and smiths, from JerusaL
29. 2 the carpenters, and the smiths, were de.
Zech i. 20 the LORD showed me four carpenters
2. Artificer in wood, fy cnn charash ets.
2 Sa. 5. ii cedar trees, and carpenters, and masons
2 Ki.i2. ii they laid it out to the carpenters and
1 Ch.i4. i masons and carpenters, to build him
Isa. 44. 13 The carpenter stretcheth out ^his) rule
B. Artificer, rftcruv tekton.
Matti3- 55 Is not this the carpenter s son ? is not
Mark 6. 3 Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary
CAR -PUS, Kapiros fruit.
A person at Troas in Mysia, with whom Paul left a
cloak.
2 Ti. 4. 13 The cloak that I left at Troas with C.
CARRIAGE
1. Heaviness, weight, .TN33 kebuddah.
JudgiS. 21 and put. .the carriage before them
2. Vessel, instrument, " rs keli.
1 Sa. 17. 22 left his carriage, .keeper of the carriage
Isa. 10. 28 at Michmash he hath laid up his carriages
B. Thing lifted up or borne, nwv) nesuah.
Isa. 46. i carriages (were) heavy loaden : (they)
CARRIAGE, to take up one s
To pack baggage, airocTKfvd.^ofj.a.1 aposkeuazomai.
Acts 21.15 after those days we took up our carriages
CARRIED
To lift up, bear, carry, Nf J nasa.
Isa. 46. 3 (by me) . . (which are) carried from the
CARRIED, to be
I. To be caused to go in, Ni2 bo, 6.
Jer. 27. 22 They shall be carried to Babylon, and
2. To be caused toflmo or go, hy, yabal, 6.
Job 10. 19 I should have been carried from the
Hos. 10. 6 It shall be also carried unto Assyria (for)
12. i and oil is carried into Egypt
3. To move, be moved, D13 mot.
Psa. 46. 2 though the mountains be carried into
4. To be lifted up, borne, carried, Nf J nasa, 2.
2 Ki.2o. 17 all. .in thine house, .shall be carried into
Isa. 39. 6 all.. in thine house.. shall be carried k>
49. 22 daughters shall be carried upon (their)
CARRIED about, to be
To be carried round, 239 sabab, 2.
i Sa. 5. 8 Let the ark.. be carried about unto Gath
CARRIED
CARRIED away, to be
1 . Exile, n Sia golah.
Nan. 3. 10 Vet (was) she carried away, she went
2. 7*0 remove into exile, .T?a gaCah.
2 Ki.i7. 23 So was Israel carried away out of their
25. 21 So Judah was carried away out of their
3. To be caused to go into exile, nSj galah, 6.
i Ch. 9. i Israel and Judah . . were carried away to
Esth. 2. 6 Who had been carried away from Jerus.
2. 6 captivity which had been carried away
4.A change of dwelling, /jLeroiKecria metoikesia.
Matt. i. ii the time they were carried away to Bab.
CARRIED away with, to be
7*o lead away with, a-vvairdyu sunapago.
Gal. 2. 13 Barnabas, .was carried away with their
CARRIED away captiT*
Exile, removed one, nVia golah.
Jer. 28. 6 all that is carried away captive, from B.
29. i the elders which were carried away cap.
29. 4 all that are carried away captives, whom
CARRIED away captive, to be
1.7*0 go into exile, .T?$ galah.
Jef. 52. 27 Thus Judah was carried away captive
2.7*0 be removed into exile, n"?3 galah, 6.
Jer. 13. 19 Judah shall be carried away captive all
40. i which were carried away captive unto B.
40. 7 the poor, .were not carried away captive
CARRIED away captive, to be wholly -
To be caused to go into exile, ir}? galah, 6.
Jer. 13. 19 it shall be wholly carried away captive
CARRIED away captive, to cause to be
To cause to go into exile, roa galah, 5.
Jer. 29. 7 caused you to be carried away captives
29. 14 I caused you to be carried away captive
>ARRLED away captive, they that are
Exile, state ofexile, ni^a galuth.
Jer. 24. 5 them that are carried away captive
40. i all that were carried away captive of J.
CARRIED away, those that had been
An exile, removed ont, ."pi a golah.
Ezra 8. 35 children of those that had been carried a.
9. 4 of those that had been carried away
10. 6, 8 of those that had been carried away
Neh. 7. 6 captivity .. those that had been carried a.
CARRIED headlong, to be
To be hastened, in? mahar, 2.
Job 5. 13 counsel of the freward is carried headlong
CARRY, to
1.7*0 cause to come or go in, xi3 do, 5.
Gen. 42. 19 carry corn for the famine of your houses
1 Sa. 17. 18 carry these ten cheeses unto the captain
20. 40 said unto him, Go, carry (them) to the
2 Ki. 9. 2 make him arise, .and carry him to an
25. 7 bound him with fetters, .and carried him
2 Ch. 34. 16 Shaphan carried the book to the king
36. 4 Necho took Jehoahaz. .and carried him
36. 7 Nebuchadnezzar, .carried of the vessels
Jer. 20. 5 take them, and carry them to Babylon
28. 3 Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon . . carried
39. 7 bound him with chains, to carry him to
52. ii bound him in chains, and carried him to
Eze. 17. 4 He cropped off the top. .aud carried it
Dan. i. 2 the vessels, .which he carried into the
11. 8 shall also carry captives into Egypt their
Joel 3. 5 ye . .have carried into your temples my
2.7*0 cause to flow or go, hy, yabal, 5.
Isa. 23. 7 her own feet shall carry her afar off to
3.7*o cause to go or flow, 73? yebal, 5.
Ezra 7. 15 to carry the silver and gold, which the
4.T cause to go on, T|Sn, or n v yalak 5.
2 Ki.i7. 27 Carry thither one of the priests whom ye
24. 15 he carried away Jehoiachin to Babylon
2 Ch.33. ii bound him with fetters, and carried him
36. 6 bound him in fetters, to carry him to B.
Eccl. 10. 20 a bird of the air shall carry the voice, and
5.7*0 lead (as a flock), Sni nahal, 3.
2 Ch.28. 15 anointed them, and carried all the feeble
6.7*0 cause to come down, nru nechath, 5.
Ezra 5. 15 carry them into the temple that (is) in
7.7*o lift up, carry, KfJ nasa.
Gen. 44. i (with) food, as much as they can carry
45. 27 the wagons. .Joseph had sent to carry
46. 5 the sons of Israel carried Jacob their
46. 5 which Pharaoh had sent to carry him
47. 30 thou shalt carry me out of Egypt, and
50. 13 For his sous carried him into the land
Lev. io. 4 carry your brethren from before the
10. 5 So they went near, and carried them in
Numn. 12 Carry them in thy bosom, as a nursing
Deut 14. 24 so that thou art not able to carry it
2 Ki. 4. 19 he said to a lad, Carry him to his mother
7. 8 these lepers came, .and carried thence
7. 8 carried thence (also), aud went and hid (it)
23. 4 carried the ashes of them unto Beth-el
25. 13 and carried the brass of them to Babylon
H5
1 Ch.is. 2 None ought to carry the ark of (Jod but
15. 2 for them hath the LOKD chosen to carry
Isa. 30. 6 carry their riches upon the shoulders of
40. ii carry (them) in his bosom, (and) shall gen.
Jer. 52. 17 and carried all the brass of them to B.
8. To lift up, carry, N^ j nasa, 3.
Isa. 63. g he bare, .and carried them all the days
9. To bear, support, 739 sabal.
Isa. 46. 4 (even) to hoar hairs will I carry (you)
46. 4 eveu I will carry, and will deliver (you)
46. 7 they carry him, and set him in his place
53. 4 carried our sorrows yet we did esteem
10. To cause to ride, put on horseback, 3? } rakab, 5.
2 Ki. 9. 28 his servants carried him in a chariot
1 Ch.i3. 7 they carrie.1 the ark of God in a new cart
11. To throw or shoot (with a bow), n2"j ramah.
Psa. 78. 9 The children . . armed,(and) carrying bows
12. To lead, fayta ago.
Acts 21. 34 he commanded him to be carried into the
IS.To lift up, carry, ctfpu airo.
John 5. 10 it is not lawful for thee to carry (thy) bed
14. To bear off, iirocpfpca apopherO,
Lukei6. 22 the beggar, .was carried by the angels
15. To support, carry, /Sao-rdfa bastazo.
Luke 10. 4 Carry neither purse, nor scrip, nor shoes
Acts 3. 2 a certain rcan lame, .was carried, whom
Rev. 17. 7 the mystery, .of the beast that carrieth
16. To drive, set in motion, e\a,vv<a elauno, t\dw.
2 Pe. 2. 17 These are. .clouds that are carried with
17.7*0 bear together, <rvyKOfj.lC<a siigkomizS. .
Acts 8. 2 devout men carried Stephen.. and made
18. To bear, carry, Qfpw phero.
John2i. 18 and another shall gird thee, and carry
[See also Captives, tales, tidings.]
CARRY about, to -
1.7*0 cause to go round, 33? sabab, 5.
1 Sa. 5. 8 carried the ark of the God of Israel about
5. 9 it was . . after they had carried it about
2.7*0 carry or bear round, irepupepw periphero.
Mark 6. 55 and began to carry about in beds those
Eph. 4. 14 tossed to and fro, and carried about with
Heb. 13. 9 Be not carried about with divers and
Jude 12 without water, [carried about] of winds
CARRY again, to
7*o cause to turn back, 3? shub, 5.
Gen. 43. 12 the mouth of your sacks, carry (it) again
2 Ch. 24. ii took it, and carried it to his place again
CARRY aside, to
7*0 cause to incline, nej natah, 5.
2 Sam 6. 10 David carried it aside into the house of
CARRY away
A burden, thing lifted up, nb a massa.
2 Ch. 20. 25 jewels . . more than they could carry away
CARRY away, to
1.7*0 cause to go -into exile, n^i gilah, 5.
2 Ki. 17. 6 and carried Israel away into Assyria, and
17. ii the heathen whom the LORD carried awav
17. 28 thepriests, whom they had carried away
17. 33 the nations whom they carried a way from
18. ii the king of Assyria did carry away Israel
24. 14 And he carried away all Jerusalem, and
24. 15 he carried away Jehoiachiu to Babylon
25. ii did Nebuzar-adan .captain .carry away
iCh. 5. 6 whom Tilgath-pilneser.. carried away
5. 26 he carried them away, .unto Halah. and
6. 15 when the LORD carried away Judah and
2Ch. 36. 20 that had escaped, .carried he away to B.
Ezra 2. i king of Babylon had carried away unto
Neh. 7. 6 the king of Babylon had carried away
Esth. 2. 6 the king of Babylon had carried away
Jer. 29. i Nebuchadnezzar had carried awayccptive
2.7*0 cause to go into exile, n9a gelah, 5.
Ezra 5. 12 and carried the people away into Babylon
3.7*0 steal, 3J3 ganab.
Job 21. 18 as chaff that the storm carrieth away
4. 7*o cast out or away, ??3 till, 3a.
Isa. 22. 17 will carry thee away with a mighty cap.
5. 7*o cause to go, TpE ynlak, 5.
Eccl. 5. 15 which he may carry away in his hand
6.7*0 receive, take, PIE"? laqach.
i Sa. 30. 18 all that the Amalekites had carried away
2Ch. 12. 9 he carried away also the shields of gold
Job i. 17 the camels, and have carried them away
15. 12 Why doth thine heart carry thee away?
Psa. 49. 17 when he dieth he shall carry nothing away
7.7*0 lead, art} nahag.
Gen. 31. i8~. And he carried away all his cattle, and
i Sa. 30. 2 carried (them) away, and went on their
8.7*0 lead, anj nahag, 3.
Gen. 31. 26 thou hast., carried away my daughters, as
9.7*0 lift up, bear, carry, N } nasa.
2Ch. 14. 13 and they carried away very much spoil
16. 6 they carried away the stones of Ramah
Isa. 15. 7 they have laid up, shall they carry away
41. 16 and the wind shall carry them away
57. 13 the wind shall carry them all away
CARRYING
10. To lift up, bear, carry, tty) nesa.
L an. 2. 35 and the wind carried them away, that no
11.7*0 lead away, airdyia apagS.
1 Co.i2. 2 Ye know that ye were Gentiles, carried a.
12.7*0 bear off, airoQepca apopherfS.
Markis. i and bound Jesus, and carried (him)away
Rev. 17. 3 So he carried me away in the spirit
21. 10 And he carried me away in the spirit
13.7*0 cause a change of dwelling, nt-rout ifa.
A eta 7. 43 I will carry you away beyond Babylon
CARRY away as with a flood, to
To inundate, cnj zaram.
Psa. 90. 5 Thou earnest them away as with a flood
CARRY away, to [See CAPTIVE.]
7*o take away captive, .13^ shabah.
Ei
Ki. 8. 46 deliver them . . carry them away captives]
2 Ch. 6. 36 they carry them away captives unto]
14. 15 and carried away sheep and camels
21. 17 and carried away all the substance
28. 17 smitten Judah, and carried away captive*
CARRY away safe, to
7*0 cause to escape, e1
?? palat, 5.
Isa. 5. 29 and shall carry (it) away safe, and none
CARRY back, to
7*o cause to turn back, 3?e> shub, 5.
2 Sa.is- 25 Carry back the ark of God into the city
1 Ki.22. 26 carry him back unto Amon the governor
2 Ch.iS. 25 carry him back to Amon the governor
CARRY captive, to
7*o cause to go into exile, n?3 galah, 5.
2 Ki. 15. 29 and carried them captive to Assyria
16. 9 and carried (the people of) it captive to
Jer. 20. 4 he shall carry them captive into Babyloa
CARRY down, to
7*o cause to go down, TV yarad, 5.
Gen. 37. 25 Ishmaelites. .going to carry (it) down to
43. 1 1 carry down the man a present, a little
CARRY forth, to
1 . TV? cause to go forth, ny; yatsa, 5.
Exod 12. 46 thou shall not carry forth ought of the
14. ii hast thou dealt thus, .to carry us forth
Lev. 4. 21 he shall carry forth the bullock without
6. ii And he shall, .carry forth the ashes
14. 45 he shall carry, .forth out of the city
16. 27 shall (one) carry forth without the camp
i Ki. 21. 13 Then they carried, .forth out of the city
2Ch. 29. 5 carry forth the fllthiness out of the holy
Jer. 17. 22 Neither carry forth a burden out of your
2.7*0 bear out, tttQepca ekphero.
Acts 5. 10 and the young men. .carrying (her) forth
CARRY out, to
1.7*0 cause to go forth, xy; yatsa, 5.
Deut ?8. 38 Thou shalt carry much seed out into the
1 Ki. 21. 10 And then carry him out, and stone him
22. 34 Turn thine hand, and carry me out of the
2 Ki. 24. 13 he carried out thence all the treasures
Eze. 12. 5 Dig thou through the wall . . and carry out
12. 12 they shall digthrough the wall to carry out
37. i The hand, .carried me out in the Spirit
2.7*0 carry out, tKKouifa ekkomizo.
Luke 7. 12 there was a dead man carried out, the
3. 7*o bear out, K<pepia ekphero.
Acts 5. 6 And the young men. .carried (him) out
5. 9 which have buried . . shall carry thee out
1 Ti. 6. 7 (it is) certain we can carry nothing out
CARRY over, to
1. 7*o cause to pass over, ijjj abar, 5.
Josh. 4. 3 ye shall carry them over with you
4. 8 carried them over with them unto the pi.
2 Sa. 19. 18 there went over a ferry boat to carry over
2. To put in another place, /j.tTari6ri/j.i metatithemi.
Acts 7. 16 And were carried over into Sychem, and
CARRY through, to
7*0 bear through, Stcupfpct) diaphero.
Maikn. 16 that any man should carry (any) vessel thr.
CARRY up, to
1.7*0 cause to go up, rby alah, 5.
Gen. 50. 25 and ye shall carry up my bones from hence
Exodi3. 19 shall carry up my bones away hence with
33. 15 If thy presence go not. .carry us not up
2. 7*o bear up, avafytpw anaphero.
Luke 24. 51 [he was parted from them, and earned up]
CARRYING
7*o lift up, N} nasa.
i Sa. 10. 3 three men . . cne carrying three kids
10. 3 and another carrying three loaves of
10. 3 and another carrying a bottle of wine
CARRYING away into
Change of dwelling, usTotKfffia metoikesia.
Matt. i. 17 from David until the carrying away into
i. 17 from the carrying away into Babylon
CARRYING away captive
To go into exile, ."63 galah.
Jer. i. 3 the carrying away of Jerusalem captive
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CARSHENA 146 CAST
CAR-SHE -NA, NJ?*")3 lean, slender.
One of the seven princes of Persia and Media in the
time of Ahasuerus, B.C. 519.
Esth. i. 14 And the next unto him (was) C., Shethar
CART -
Wagon (for threshing), r^K, agalah.
1 8a. 6 7 .make a new cart . . tie the kine to the cart
6. 8 take the ark. .and lay it upon the cart
6. 10 tied them to the cart, and shut up their
6. ii they laid the ark. .upon the cart, and
6. 14 the cart came into the field of Joshua
6. 14 they clave the wood of the cart, and
2 Sa. 6. 3 they set the ark. .upon a new cart, and
6. 3 Uzzah and Ahio . . drave the new cart
i Ch. 13. 7 they carried the ark . . in a new cart
13. 7 Uzzah and Ahio draye the cart
Isa 5. 1 8 and sin as it were with a cart rope
28. 27 neither is a cart wheel turned about
28. 28 break (it with) the wheel of his cart
Amos 2. 13 as a cart is pressed (that is) full of sheaves
CARVE, to
To cut in, y^i? qala.
i Ki. 6. 29 And he carved all the walls of the house
6. 32 he carved upon them carvings of cheru.
6. 35 And he carved . . cherubim and palm trees
CARVED (figure)
I. Hewn, niaeq chatuboth.
Prov. 7. 16 I have decked . .bed. . with carved (works)
2.Cut in work, sculpture, nySpo miqlaath.
i Ki. 6. 18 the cedar of the house within (was) carved
S.Opened, an engraving, rnn? pittuach.
1 Ki. 6. 29 carved figures of cherubim and palm
CARVED image
I. Graven object, Sp? pesel.
Judg 18. 18 these went, .and fetched the carved im.
2 Ch. 33. 7 he set a carved image, the idol which
^.Graven objects, D S P? pesilim.
2 Ch. 33. 22 Amon sacrificed unto all . . carved images
34. 3 began to purge. . .and the carved images
34. 4 the groves, and the carved images, and
CARVED work
1. To engrave, njjn chaqah, 4.
i Ki. 6. 35 with gold fitted upon the carved work
^.Engraving, opened thing, run? pittuach.
Psa. 74. 6 now they break down the carved work
CARVING
1. Artificer work, n$nq charosheth.
Exodsi. 5 jn carving of timber, to work in all
35. 33 in carving of wood, to make any manner
2. Sculptured work, nyVpP miqlaath.
i Ki. 6. 32 carved upon them carvings of cherubim
CASE
1. Word, matter, "lyj dabar.
Deut. 19. 4 this (is) the case of the slayer which shall
2. Cause, case, airla aitia.
Matt 19. 10 If the case of the man be so with (his)
CASE, in any
To cause to turn back, y,v shub, 5.
Deut. 22. i thou shalt in any case bring them again
24. 13 In any case thou shalt deliver him the
CASE, in such a
Thus, as thus, njj kakah.
Psa 144. 15 people that is in such a case ; (yea) happy
CASE, in no
No not, ov pf) ou mS.
Matt 5. 20 ye shall in no case enter into the kingdom
CASEMENT
Lattice window, 3}if>N eshnab.
Prov. 7. 6 For . . I looked through my casement
CA-8IPH -IA, K;?P? white, shining.
A place on the road between Babylon and Jerusalem.
Neither the city of Kaswin, nor the Caspice Pylce, which
some writers have attempted to identify it with, are
situated upon this route.
Ezra 8. 17 unto Iddo the chief at the place C.
8. 17 what they should say . .at the place C.
CAS-LTJ- HIM, D nbps, Xaa-pcimef/u.
A tribe descended from Mizraim, son of Ham. In both
texts in which this word occurs it appears as if the
Philistines came forth from the Casluhim, and not from
the Caphtorim as is elsewhere expressly stated. Here,
then, there would seem to be a transposition. The only
clue we have to their position is their place among the
sons of Mizraim between the Caphtorim and the Path
rusim. Probably their seat was in Upper Egypt. The
LXX. seems to identify them with the Hathtnannni,
(which see). In Psa. 68. 31 this word is rendered
"
princes," but some take it as a proper name.
Gen. 10. 14 And Pathrusim, and C. . .and Caphtorim
i Ch. i. 12 And Pathrusim, and C. . .and Caphtorim
CASSIA
1. Cassia, amber, or stacte, ."np qiddah.
Exod.30 24 of cassia five hundred, .after the shekel
Eze. 27 19 bright iron, cassia, and calamus, were
2. Cassia (a bark like cinnamon), rhyyp qetsioth.
Psa. 45. 8 garments.. of myrrh, and aloes.. cassia
CAST
A throwing, casting, j8o\^ boli.
Luke 22. 41 he was withdrawn, .about a stone s cast
CAST
1. To pour out, cant (metal), ps; yatsaq.
1 Ki. 7. 24 the knops (were) cast in two rows, when
2 Ch. 4. 3 two rows of oxen (were) cast, when it was
2. To wrap up, cover, tn 1
? lut.
Isa. 25. 7 he will destroy.. the covering cast over
3. To be caused to go out, T)^> shalak, 6.
i Ki. 13. 24 and his carcase (was) cast in the way
13. 25 anil saw the carcase cast in the way
13. 28 he went and found his carcase cast in the
CAST, to
1.7*0 cast, *o tit I, 5.
i Sa. 18. ii Saul cast the javelin ; for he said, I will
20. 33 Saul cast a javelin at him to smite him
2. To throw or cast (lots), TV yadad.
Joel 3. 3 And they have cast lots for my people
Obad. 1 1 cast lots upon Jerusalem, even thou
Xah. 3. 10 they cast lots for her honourable men
3.7*0 cast, throw, .TV yadah, 3.
Lam. 3. 53 They have . . cast a stone upon me
4. 7*o pour out, cast (metal), p$; yatsaq.
Exod25. 12 And thou shalt cast four rings of gold
26. 37 thou shalt cast five sockets of brass for
36. 36 and he cast for them four sockets of silver
37. 3, 13 And he cast for it four rings of gold
38. 5 he cast four rings for the four ends
38. 27 of the hundred talents of silver were cast
1 Ki. 7. 46 In the plain . . did the king cast them
2 Ch. 4. 17 plain of Jordan did the king cast them
5. To cast, throw, .TV yarah.
Gen. 31.51 which I have cast betwixt me and thee
Exod 1 5. 4 and his host hath he cast into the sea
Josh.iS. 6 that I may cast lots for you here before
6. To cause to cast or throw, .TV yarah, 5.
Job 30. 19 He hath cast me into the mire, and I am
7.7*0 cavse to move, nia mot, 5.
Psa. 55. 3 they cast iniquity upon me, and in wrath
8.7*o cause to be nigh, ]ll) naga, 5.
Exod. 4. 25 cast (it) at Ms feet, and said, Surely a
9.7*0 cause to fall, "?5} naphal, 5.
Xuni35. 23 and cast (it) upon him, that he die
Prov. 19. 15 Slothfulness casteth into a deep sleep
10. 7*o lift up, Nj?j nasa.
Gen. 39. 7 his master s wife cast her eyes upon Jos.
11.7*0 draw off or out, hy\ nashal.
Deut 28. 40 not anoint, .for thine olive shall cast
12. To gire, jru nathan.
Lev. 16. 8 Aaron shall cast lots upon the two goats
26. 30 I will . . cast your carcases upon the car.
2 Ki. 19. 18 And have cast their gods into the fire
Isa. 37. 19 have cast their gods into the fire : for
13. 7*o scatter, ps puts, 5.
Isa. 28. 25 doth he not cast abroad the fitches
14. To form, frame, -HX tsur.
1 Ki. 7. 15 he cast two pillars of brass, of eighteen
15.7*0 melt, fuse, fjyy tsaraph.
Isa. 40. 19 the goldsmith spreadeth. .and casteth
16.7*0 cast, riyi remah, K$~> rema.
Dan. 3. 20 to cast, .into ttie burning fiery furnace
3. 24 Did not we cast three men bound into
6. 16 they brought Daniel, and cast (him) into
6. 24 they cast (them) into the den of lions
17. 7*o send, rhy shalach, 3.
Job 20. 23 (God) shall cast the fury of his wrath upon
Psa. 74. 7 They have cast fire into thy sanctuary
78. 49 He cast upon them the fierceness of his
Etcl.n. i Cast thy bread upon the waters : for thou
Jer. 28. 1 6 I will cast thee from off the face of the
18.7*0 cause to go, "fop shalak, 5.
Gen. 21. 15 she cast the child underoneof the shrubs
37. 20 Come now. .and cast him into some pit
37. 22 Shed no blood . . cast him into this pit that
37 24 they took him, and cast him into a pit
Exod. i. 22 Every son. .ye shall cast into the river
4. 3 Cast it on the ground. And he cast it on
7. 9 Take thy rod, and cast (it) before Pharaoh
15. 25 (which) when he had cast into the waters
22. 31 torn of beasts., ye shall cast it to the dogs
32. 19 he cast the tables out of his hands, and
32. 24 then I cast it into the fire, and there came
Lev. i. 16 and cast it beside the altar on the east part
14. 40 they shall cast them into an unclean place Sum 19. 6 And the priest shall, .cast (it) into the
35. 22 But if he. .have cast upon him anything
Deut. 9. 17 I took the two tables, and cast them out
9. 21 and I cast the dust thereof into the brook
29. 28 and cast them into another land, as
Josh. 8. 29 and cast it at the entering of the gate
10. 27 they, .cast them into the cave wherein
1 8. 8 that I may here cast lots for you before
1 8. 10 And Joshua cast lots for them in Shiloh
Judg. 8. 25 And they . .did cast therein every man
9. 53 And a certain woman cast a piece of mill.
2 Sa. ii. 21 did not a woman cast a piece of amillst.
1 8. 17 they took Absalom, and cast him into a
20. 12 he removed Amasa. .and cast a cloth upon
2 Sa. 20. 22 they cut off the head, .and cast (it) out to
1 Ki.i4- 9 and hast cast me behind thy back
19. 19 Elijah passed by him, and cast his mantle
2 Ki. 2.16 the Spirit of the LOKD hath . . cast him
2. 21 he went forth . . and cast the salt in there
3. 25 on every good piece of land cast every
4. 41 Then bring meal ; and he cast
(it) into
6. 6 he cut down a stick, and cast (it)
13. 21 they cast, .into the sepulchre of Elisha
13. 23 neither cast he them from his presence
23. 6 cast the powder thereof upon the graves
23. 12 cast the dust of them into the brook Kid.
2 Ch. 24. 10 the princes . . cast into the chest, until
30. 14 and cast (them) into the brook Kidron
33. 15 And he. . cast (them) out of the city
Neh. 9. 26 they . .cast thy law behind their backs
Job 27. 22 For (God) shall cast upon him, and not
Psa. 50. 17 Seeing thou. .castest my words ttehind
55. 22 Cast thy burden upon the LOKU, and he
60. 8 over Edom . . cast out my shoe : Philistia
Isa. 2. 20 that day a man shall cast his idols of sil.
19. 8 all they that cast angle into the brooks
38. 17 thou hast cast all my sins behind thyba.
Jer. 26. 23 who . . cast his dead body into the graves
36. 23 he cut it. .and cast (it) into the fire that
38. 6 Then took they Jeremiah, and cast him
38. 9 whom they have cast into the dungeon
41. 9 wherein Ishmael had cast all the dead
51. 63 shalt. .cast it into the midst of Euphrates
Eze. 5. 4 take of them again, and cast them into
7. 19 They shall cast their silver in the streets
23. 35 thou hast forgotten me, and cast me
28. 17 I will cast thee to the ground, I will lay
43. 24 the priests shall cast salt upon thtm, and
Joel i. 7 he hath made it clean bare, and cast (it)
Amos 4. 3 and ye shall cast (them) into the palace
Jon. 2. 3 For thou hadst cast me into the deep, in
Mic. 2. 5 thou shalt have none that shalt cast a
7. 1 9 thou wilt cast all their sins into the depths
Nah. 3. 6 I will cast abominable filth upon thee
Zcch. 5. 8 And he cast it into the midst of the ephah
5. 8 he cast the weight of lead upon the mouth
ii. 13 the LOKD said unto me, Cast it unto the
ii. 13 And I. .cast them to the potter in the
19.7*0 shed, pour out, ~y? shaphak.
2 Sa. 20. 15 they cast up a bank against the city, and
2 Ki. 19. 32 He shall not. .cast a bank against it
Isa. 37. 33 He shall not. .cast a bank against it
Jer. 6. 6 Hew ye down trees, and cast a mount
Eze. 4. 2 build a fort, .and cast a mount against
21. 22 to cast a mount, (and) to build a tort
26. 8 he shall, .cast a mount against thee, and
Dan. ii. 15 the king., shall come, and cast up amount
20. 7*0 strike (down), ypj? taqa.
Exod. 10. 19 And the LORD . . cast them into the Red sea
21.7*0 cast, fia\\a> ballo.
Matt. 3. 10 therefore every tree. .is. .cast into the
4. 6 If thou be the Son of God, cast thyself
4. 1 8 Jesus, .saw two brethren, .casting a net
5. 13 it is thenceforth .. to be cast out, and
5. 25 lest at any time, .thou be cast into prison
5. 29 pluck it out, and cast (it) from thee : for
5. 29 thy whole body should be cast into hell
5. 30 cut it off, and cast (it) from thee : for it is
5. 30 thy whole body [should be cast] into hell
6. 30 and tomorrow is cast into the oven
7. 6 neither cast ye your pearls before swine
7. 19 Every tree. .is. .cast into the fire
13. 42 shall cast them into a furnace of fire
13. 47 a net, that was cast into the sea, and
13. 48 and gathered the good, .but cast the bad
13. 50 shall cast them into the furnace of fire
15. 26 It is not meet . . to cast (it) to d<igs
17. 27 go thou to the sea, and cast an hook, and
18. 8 cut them off, and cast (them) from thee
18. 8 two feet to be cast into everlasting tire
18. 9 pluck it out, and cast (it) from thee : it
18. 9 rather than ... be cast into hell fire
18. 30 but went and cast him into prison
21. 21 and be thou cast into the sea ; it shall be
27. 35 and parted his garments, casting lots
27. 35 [and upon my vesture did they cast lots]
Mark i. 16 saw Simon, and Andrew, .[casting] a net
4. 26 if a man should cast seed into the ground
7. 27 it is not meet . . to cast (it) unto the dogs
9. 22 And ofttimes it hath cast him into the
9. 42 and he were cast into the sea
9. 45 having two feet to be cast into hell
9. 47 than having two eyes to be cast into hell
11. 23 and be thou cast into the sea
12. 41 and beheld how the people cast money
12. 41 many that were rich cast in much
12. 43 this poor widow hath cast more in
12. 43 than all they which have cast into the
12. 44 (they) did cast in of their abundance
12. 44 of her want did cast in all that she had
15. 24 they parted his garments, casting lots
Luke 3. 9 every tree . . is . . cast into the fire
4. 9 If thou be the Son of God, cast thyself
12. 28 which, .to morrow is cast into the oven
12. 58 and the officer cast thee into prison
13. 19 which a man took, and cast into his gar.
14. 35 nor yet for the dunghill ; (but) men cast
21. i looked up, and saw the rich men casting
21. 2 he saw also a certain poor widow casting
21. 3 this poor widow hath cast in more than
21. 4 these have of their abundance cast in
21. 4 she of her penury hath cast in all the
23. 19 Who for. .murder, was cast into prison
23. 25 released unto them him that, .was cast
CAST
3. 34 they parted his raiment, and cast lots
John j. 24 For John was not yet cast into prison
8. 7 [let him first cast a stone at her]
8. 59 Then took they up stones to cast at him
15. 6 he is cast forth as a branch, and is
15. 6 and men gather them, and cast (them)
19. 24 for my vesture they did cast lots
21. 6 Cast the net on the right side of the ship
21. 6 They cast therefore, and now they were
21. 7 Peter, .did cast himself into the sea
Acts 16. 23 they cast (them) into prison, charging
16. 37 and have cast (us) into prison ; and now
Rev. 2. 10 the devil shall cast (some) of you into
2. 14 who taught Balac to cast a stumbling bl.
2. 22 Behold, I will cast her into a bed, and
4. 10 and cast their crowns before the throne
6. 13 even as a fig tree casteth her untimely
8. 5 And the angel . . cast (it) into the earth
8. 7 and they were cast upon the earth : and
8. 8 a great mountain . . was cast into the sea
12. 4 and did cast them to the earth : and the
12. 13 when the dragon saw that he was cast
12. 15 the serpent cast out of his mouth water
12. 16 which the dragon cast out of his mouth
14. 19 and cast (it) into the great wine press
18. 19 And they cast dust on their heads
18. 21 a mighty angel . . cast (it) into the sea
19. 20 These both were cast alive into a lake of
20. 3 And cast him into the bottomless pit
20. 10 And the devil. . was cast into the lake of
20. 14 death and hell were cast into the lake
20. 15 whosoever was not found, .was cast into
22.7*0 cast out, tic&ti\\<a ekballo.
Mattzi. 39 caught him, and cast (him) out of the
22. 13 , 25. 30; Mark 16. 9 ; Luke 20. 15.
23. To hurl off, airoppiirrai aporrhipto.
Acts 27. 43 should cast (themselves) first (into thes.)
24,7*0 hurl, ptirTta rhipto.
Luke 17. 2 and he cast into the sea, than that he
Acts 27. 29 they cast four anchors out of the stern
CAST, to be
1.7V; be cast away, SIB tul, 6.
Prov 16. 33 The lot is cast into the lap ; but the
2.7*0 cause to fall, Sj: naphal, 5.
l sa.140. 10 let them be cast into the fire ; into
3.7*0 be given, jnj nathan, 2.
Eze. 15. 4 Behold, it is cast into the fire for fuel
4. To cast, no*! rema, HD-? remah.
Dan. 3. 21 were cast into the midst of the. .furnace
5. To be cast, NO") rema, nipi remah, 2.
Dan. 3. 6 shall the saine hour be cast into the
3.11 (that) he should be cast into the . . furnace
3. 15 ye shall be cast the same hour into the
6. 7 he shall be cast into the den of lions
6. 12 shall be cast into the den of lions?
6. 7*o be sent, rb<? shalach, 4.
Job 18. 8 he is cast into a net by his own feet
7. 7*o be sent, cast away, ~i^y shalak, fi.
Psa. 22. 10 I was cast upon thee from the womb
Isa. 14. 19 But thou art cast out of thy grave like
Jer. 22. 28 and are cast into a land which they
8. 7*o fall off, ^Kiriirria ekpipto.
Acts 27. 26 we must be cast upon a certain island
CAST about, to
I. To go round, 339 sabab.
Jer. 41. 14 So all the people, .cast about and return.
2. 7*o cast around, 7repi/3aAAa> periballt.
Lukeig. 43 thine enemies shall east a trench about
Acts 12. 8 Cast thy garment about thee, and follow
CAST about, to have
To cast around, irfpiBd\\ca periballo.
Marki4. 51 having a linen cloth cast about (his)
OAST abroad, to
To scatter, pa puts, 5.
Job 40. ii Cast abroad the rage of thy wrath
OAST away, to
l.To thrust away, expel, *prr hadaph.
Prov 10. 3 casteth away the substance of the wicked
2. 7*o cast away, abandon, rut zanach, 5.
2 Ch. 29. 19 which king Ahaz. .did cast away in his
3.7>) scatter, rni zarah.
Isa. 30. 22 thou shalt cast them away as a. .cloth
f-.To refuse, reject, oxs maas.
Lev. 26. 44 I will not cast them away, neither will I
Job 8. 20 God will not cast away a perfect (man)
Isa. 31. 7 every man shall cast away his idols of
41. 9 have chosen thee, and not cast thee away
Jer. 33. 26 Then will I cast away the seed of Jacob
Hos. 9. 17 My God will cast them away, because
5. To send away, n^; shalach, 3.
Job 8. 4 and he have cast them away for their
6. To send, cause, to go, $ shalak, 5.
Judg 15. 17 that he cast away the jawbone out of his
2 Ki. 7. 15 which the Syrians had cast away in their
147 .
Psa. 2. 3 tct us. .cast away their cords from us
51. it Cast me not away from thy presence
Keel. 3 5 A time to cast away stones, and a time to
3. 6 a time to keep, and a time to cast away
Jer. 7. 29 Cut off thine hair, .and cast (it) away
Eze 18.31 Cast away from you all your transgressions
20. 7 Cast ye away every man the abominations
20. 8 they did not every man cast away the
7. To cast off or away, airopa.\\ca apoballo.
Mark 10. 50 And he, casting away his garment, rose
Heb 10 35 Cast not away therefore your confidence
8. To thrust off"from (one s self), airw8t<o apotheo. Rom ii. i I say then, Hath God east away his
ii -2. God hath not cast away his people urhich
CAST away, to be
To cause to suffer loss, (^uiJco zemioo.
Luke 9. 25 it he. .lose himself, or be cast away?
CAST calf, to
To bereave, lose their young, Sijp shakol, 3.
Job 21. 10 their cow calveth, and casteth not her calf
CAST clouts
Rags, tatters, ni2np sechaboth.
Jer. 38. 1 1 took thence old cast clouts and old rotten
38. 12 Put now (these) old cast clouts and rotten
CAST down
Low, humble, depressed, raTreivos tapcinos.
2 Co. 7. 6 that comforteth those that are cast down
CAST down, to
1. To cause to go down, place, ru; yanach, 5.
Isa. 28. 2 which., shall cast down to the earth with
2. To cause to go down, TV yarad, 5.
Prov 21. 22 A wise (man). .casteth down the strength
Eze. 31. 16 when I cast him down to hell with them
32. 1 8 Son of man, wail, .and cast them down
3. To cause to boio dovm, jna kara, 5.
Psa. 17. 13 O LORD, disappoint him, cast him down
4. To cause to stumble, V? kashal, 5.
2 Ch.25- 8 God hath power to help, and to cast down
5. To thrust down, -us mayar, 3.
Psa. 89. 44 Thou hast . . cast his throne down to the
6. To separate, cast down, rn: nadach, 5.
Psa. 62. 4 They only consult to cast (him) down
7. To cause to fall, ^9: naphal, 5.
Job 29. 24 light of my countenance they cast not do.
Psa. 37. 14 The wicked have, .cast down the poor
73. 18 thou castedst them down into destruction
Prov. 7. 26 For she hath cast down many wounded
Eze. 6. 4 I will cast down your slain (men) before
Dan. 8. 10 and it cast down (some) of the host
ii. 12 he shall cast down (many) ten thousands
8. To tear down, pro nathats.
Judg. 6. 30 because he hath cast down the altar
6. 31 because (one) hath cast down his altar
9. To send, cause to go, ~^yy shalak, 5.
Exod. 7. 10 Aaron cast down his rod before Pha.
7. 12 For they cast down every man his rod
Josh 10. ii the LORD cast down great stones from
2 Ch.25. i 2 cast them down from the top of the
Job 18. 7 his own counsel shall cast him down
Psa 102. 10 thou hast lifted me up, and cast me down
Lam. 2. i cast down from heaven unto the earth
Dan. 8. 7 but he cast him down to the ground
8. 12 it cast down the truth to the ground
10. To cause to be low, *?s$ shaphel, 5.
Psa. 147. 6 he casteth the wicked down to the ground
11. Tn put or lift down, Ka6aipfta kathaireo.
2 Co. 10. 5 Casting down imaginations, and every
12. To cast down, KaTa@d\\ca kataballo.
2 Co. 4. 9 cast down, but not destroyed
Rev. 12. 10 the accuser of our brethren is cast [down]
13.7V) cast, Jiurl, fiiirru rhiptij.
. 30 and cast them down at, Jesus feet
. 5 And he cast down the pieces of silver
CAST down headlong, to
To throw down a precipice, KaraKpri/jivifa.
Luke 4. 29. that they might cast him down headlong
CAST down, to be
I. To be thrust down, nrn dachah, 4.
Psa. 36. 12 they are cast down, and shall not be able
1. To lie cast down, out, forth, rsa tul, 6.
Job 41. 9 shall not (one) be cast down even at the
3. To be stumbled, S?;
? kashal, 1.
Jer. 6. 15 they shall be cast down, saith the LORD
8. 12 they shall be cast down, saith the LORD
4. To fall, ^naphal.
Neh. 6. 16 they were much cast down in their own
5. To tear down, "n: nathats, 4.
Judir. 6. 28 the altar of Baal was cast down, and the
6. To cast, throw down, np*) remah.
Dan. 7. 9 I beheld till the thrones were cast down
CAST
7.7*0 bow oneself down, nry shachach, 7a.
Psa. 42. 5 Why art thou cast down, () my soul?
42. 6 my soul is cast down within me : therefo,
42. ii Why art thou cast down, O my soul ?
43. 5 Why art thou cast down. O my soul?
8. To send, ^y shalak, 6.
Eze. 19. 12 she was cast down to the ground, and tho
Dan. 8. ii the place of his sanctuary was cast down
9. To cause to be low, "725* shaphel, 5.
Job 22. 29 When (men) are cast down, then thou
CAST down, to be utterly
To be cast down, out, forth, toa tul, o.
Psa. 37. 24 he shall not be utterly cast down ; for the
CAST down to hell, to be
T<i put in tartarui, TapTa,p6co tartaroo.
2 Pe. 2. 4 but cast (them) down to hell, and delivered
CAST dust, to
To dust, throw dust, -\$y aphar, 3.
2 Sa.i6 13 and threw stones at him, and cast dust
CAST far off, to be
To be far off, N^rt hula, 1.
Mic. 4. 7 her that was cast far off a strong nation
CAST forth, to
1.7*0 shine, cast forth (glances), jrjj l*ara<j.
Psa. 144. 6 Cast forth lightning, ami scatter them
2.7b cause to cast down, out, forth, ^B tul, 5.
Eze. 32. 4 I will cast thee forth upon the open field
Jon. i. 5 cast forth the wares that (were) in the
i. 12 Take me np, and cast me forth into the
i. 15 So they, .cast him forth into the sea
3.7*0 cause to strike deep, n^j nakah, 5.
Hos. 14. 5 he shall, .cast forth his roots as Lebanon
4. 7*o send, 7]^v shalak, 5.
Neh. 13. 8 therefore I cast forth all the household
Psa.i47. J 7 He casteth forth his ice like morsels: ho
Jer. 22. 19 drawn and cast forth beyond the gates
Amos 8. 3 they shall cast (them) forth with silence
5.7*0 cast out, fK0d\\ta ekballo.
Mark 7. 26 she besought him that he? -yyjld cast forth
CAST fruit before the time, to
7*o bereave, "?3y shakol, 3.
Mai. 3. ii your vine cast her fruit before the time
CAST in, to
1.7*0 cause to fall, h$i naphal, 5.
Prov. i. 14 Cast in thy lot among us ; let us all have
2. 7*o put, place, Q? e> sum.
Isa. 28. 25 and cast in the principal wheat, and the
CAST in one s mind, to
7*o reason out, 8ia\oyi(o/j.ai dialogizomai.
Luke i. 29 when she saw (him), .she cast in her mind
CAST in one s teeth, to
To defame, rail at, ovetSifa o leidizo.
Matt 27. 44 The thieves, .cast the same in his teeth
CAST into, to
To cast into, lfj.$a.\\w emballo.
Lukei2. 5 Fear him, which . .hath power to cast into
CAST into prison, to be
7"o give iq), over, betray, iropaSi Soi/iu paradid&mi.
Matt. 4. 12 heard that John was cast into prison, ha
CAST (lots), to
7*o cause to fall, Sj: naphal, 5.
i Sa. 14. 42 Cast (lots)between me and Jonathan my
i Ch.24. 31 These likewise cast lots over against
25. 8 And they cast lots, ward against (ward)
26. 13 they cast lots, as well the small as the
26. 14 they cast lots ; and his lot came out
Xeh. 10. 34 And we cast the lots among the priests
ii. i the rest of the people also cast lots, to
Esth. 3. 7 they cast Pur, that (is), the lot before H.
9. 24 had cast Pur, that (is), the lot, to consume
Psa. 22. 1 8 and cast lots upon my vesture
Isa. 34. 17 And he hath cast the lot for them
Jon. i. 7 let us cast lots : so they cast lots
CAST off, to
1.7*0 cast off, abandon, n)] zanach.
Psa. 43. 2 why dost thou cast me off ? why go I
44. 9 thou hast cast off, and put us to shame
44. 23 arise, cast (us) not off for ever
60. i O God, thou hast cast us off, thou hast
60. 10 thou, O God, (which) hadst cast us off\
74. i O God, why hast thou cast (us) off for
77. 7 Will the Lord cast off for ever? and will
88. 14 LOUD, why easiest thou off my soul?
89. 38 But thou hast cast off and abhorred
108. ii (Wilt) not (thou), O God (who) hast c. off
Lam. 2. 7 The Lord hath cast off his altar, he hath
3. 31 For the Lord will not cast off for ever
Hos. 8. 3 Israel hath cast off (the thing that is)
8. 5 Thy calf, O Samaria, hath cast (thee) off
Zech. ro. 6 be as though I had not cast them off
2.7*0 cast off, rgj zanach, 5.
1 Ch.28. 9 forsake him, he will cast thee off for
2 Ch.n. 14 Jeroboam and his sous had cast them off
CAST 148 CATCH
3.7V refuse, 0x9 inaas.
2 Ki. 23. 27 will, .cast off this city Jerusalem which
Jur. 31. 37 I will also cast otf all the seed of Israel
33. 24 he hath eveu cast them off?
4.7V cast off, reject, leave, t?B} natash.
Psa. 94. 14 For the LOUD will not cast off his people
5.7V break of, TJ? parar, 5.
Job 15. 4 Yea, thou easiest off fear, and restrainest
6.7V corrupt, violate, mar, nri? shachath, 3.
Amos i. ii because he. .did cast otf all pity
7. To send off, t>y shalak, 5.
job I5 . 33 and shall cast off his flower as the olive
Psa. 71. 9 Cast me not off in the time of old age
8. To put aside, off, displace, adertw atfieteii.
1 Ti. 5. 12 because they have cast off their ttrst
9. To put off, a.irori6tfj.ai aputithemai.
Rom. 13. 12 let us therefore cast off the works of
10. To keep on throwing, hurl, pnrrfia rhipteo.
Acts 22. 23 as they cried out, and cast off (their)
CAST on, tD
To cast upon, tiril3<i\\a> ejiiballo.
Markn. 7 And they, .cast their garments on him
CAST out
1. Produce, what is cast forth, enp miyrash.
Eze. 36. 5 with despiteful minds, to cast it out for
2. Expulsion, 1*17 marvd.
Isa. 58. 7 that thou bring the poor that are cast out
3. To be outcast, rnj nadach, 2.
Neh. i. 9 though there were of you cast out unto
4. To be sent away, nhy shalach, 4.
Isa. 16. 2 as a wandering bird cast out of the nest
CAST out, to
1.7V) cast out. r~5J garash, 3.
Gen. 21. 10 Cast out this bond woman and her son
2 Ch.2o. ii to come to cast us out of thy possession
Psa. 78. 55 He cast out the heathen also before them
80. 8 thou hast cast out the heathen, and
FTov 22. 10 Cast out the scorner, and contention
Mic. 2. 9 The women of my people have ye cast out
2. To force or drive out, mi duach, 5.
Jer. 51. 34 Nebuchadnezzar, .hath cast me out
3. To thrust away, p
fin hadaph.
Deut. 6. 19 To cast out all thine enemies from before
9. 4 after that the LOUD . .hath cast them out
4. To cast away, SIB tu ., 5.
Jer. 16. 13 Therefore will I cast you out of this laud
22. 26 I will cast thea out, and thy mother
5. T<i cast or throw, .TV yadah, 3.
Zech. i. 21 come to fray them, to cast out the horns
6. T<> drive aioay, o~ yarash, 5.
Kx<d34. 24 For I will cast out the nations before
Josh. 13. 12 these did Moses smite, and cast them out
1 Ki. 14. 24 which the LORD cast out before the chil.
21. 26 whom the LORD cast out before the chil.
2 Ki. 16. 3 whom the LORD cast out from before the
17. 8 whom the LORD cast out from before the
21. 2 whom the LORD cast out before the chil.
2 Ch.28. 3 whom the LORD had cast out before the
33. 2 whom the LORD had cast out l>efore the
Job 2D. 15 God shall cast them out of his belly
Zech. 9. 4 Behold, the LORD will cast her out, and
7.7"o separate, drive away (as filthy], rnj nadah, 3.
Isa. 66. 5 that cast you out for my name s sake
8. To cause to drive out, rnj nadach, 5.
2 Ch.i3. 9 Have ye not cast out the priests of the
Psa. 5. 10 cast them out in the multitude of their
9. To cause to fall, Scj naphal, 5.
Isa. 26. 19 and the earth shall cast out the dead
10. To draw off, Vyj nashal.
Deut. 7. i hath cast out many nations before thee
11. To face, turn the face, njp panah, 3.
Zoph. 3. 15 he hath cast out thine enemy : the king
12. To dig, make deep, tip qur, 5.
Jer. 6. 7 JU a fountain casteth out her waters
6. 7 *o she casteth out her wickednass
13.7V) empty, pour out, pn ruq, 5.
Psa. 18. 42 I did cast them out as the dirt in the
14.7V send, nfo shalach, 5.
Lev. 18. 24 the nations, .which I cast out before you
20. 23 the nation which I cast out before you
1 Ki. 9. 7 this house, .will I cast out of my sight
Job 39. 3 They bow. .they cast out their sorrows
Psa. 44. 2 afflict the people, and cast them out
Jer. 15. i cast (them) out of my sight, and letfhem
15.7V cast, cause to go, "fa? shalak, 5.
2 KI. lo. 25 the guard and the captains cast, .out
17. 20 until he hud cast them out of his sight
24. 20 until he had cast them out from his
2 Ch. 7. 20 this house . . will I cast out of my sight
I sa. 60. 8 over Edom will I cast out my shoe
108. 9 over Edom will I cast out my shoe
Jer. 7. 15 I will cast you out. .as I have cast out
9. 19 because our dwellings have cast (us) out
52. 3 till he had cast them out from his pres.
16.2*0 cast, 0d\Ao> ballo.
i Jo. 4. 18 but perfect love casteth out fear : because
Rev. 1 2. 9 And the groat dragon was cast out
12. 9 he was cast out. .angels were cast out
17.7*0 cast out, IK&O.\\U ekballo.
Matt 7. 5 first cast out the beam out of thine own
7 . s taeu stliilt tnou see clearly to cast out
7 22 and in thy name have cast out devils t
8 12 the children, .shall be cast out into outer
S. 16 and he cast out the spirits with (his) word
8. 31 If thou cast us out, suffer us to go away
9 33 And when the devil was cast out, the
o! 34 lie casteth out devils through the prince
o. i he gave them power, .to cast them out
0. 8 raise the dead, cast out devils : freely ye
2. 24 This (fellow) doth not cast out devils
2. 20 And if Satan cast out Satan, he is
2. 27 And if I by Beelzebub cast out devils
2. 27 by whom do your children cast (them)out?
2. 28 if I cast out devils by the Spirit of God
5. 17 and is cast out into the draught?
.T. 19 Why could not we cast him out ?
21. 12 Jesus, .cast out all them that sold and
Mark i. 34 he healed many, .and cast out many
1. 39 And he preached, .and cast out devils
3 . 15 And to have power, .to cast out devils
3 . 22 by the prince of the devils casteth he out
3. 23 How can Satau cast out Satan ?
6. 13 And they cast out many devils, and
9. 18 that they should cast him out ; and
9. 28 Why could not we cast him out?
9. 38 we saw one casting out devils in thy name
11. 15 Jesus, .began to cast out them that sold
12. 8 and cast (him) out of the vineyard
16. 17 [In my name shall they cast out devils]
Luke 6. 22 and cast out your name as evil, for the
6. 42 cast out first the beam out of thine own
9. 40 I besought thy disciples to cast him out
9. 49 we saw one casting out devils in thy
ii. 14 And he was casting out a devil, and it
ii. 15 He casteth out devils through Beelzebub
ii. 18 that I cast out devils through Beelzebub
ii. 19 And if I by Beelzebub cast out devils
ii. 19 by whom do your sons cast (them) out ?
11. 20 I with the finger of God cast out devils
13. 32 tell that fox, Behold, I cast out devils
19. 45 and began to cast out them that sold
20. 12 wounded him also, and cast (him) out
John 6. 37 cometh to me I will in no wise cast out
9. 34 thou teach us? And they cast (him) out
9. 35 Jesus heard that they had cast him out
12. 31 shall the prince of this world be cast out
Acts 7. 58 And cast (him) out of the city, and stoned
27. 38 and cast out the wheat into the sea
Gal. 4. 30 Cast out the bondwoman and her son
3 Jo. 10 and casteth (them) out of the church
18.7V extend, send forth, iitre ivta ekteino.
Acts 27. 30 they would have cast anchors out of the
19. To put out or forth, fierier,fit ektithemi.
Acts 7. 21 And when he was cast out, Pharaoh s
20.7*0 make exposed, iroifto (icQe-rov poico ektheton.
Acts 7. 19 so that they cast out their young children
21.7*0 hurl, PUTTW rhipto.
Acts 27. 19 we cast out with our own hands the tac.
CAST out, to be
1.7*0 be cast out. ehi garash, 2.
Amos 8. 3 and it shall be cast out and drowned
Jon. 2. 4 I am cast out of thy sight ; yet I will
2. 7*o be cast down, out, forth, S?B tul, 6.
Jer. 22. 28 wherefore are they cast out, he and his
3. 7*o be sent, cast away, "^ shalak, 6.
Isa. 34. 3 Their slain also shall be cast out
Jer. 14.16 the people . . shall be cast out in the
36. 30 his dead body shall be cast out in the
Eze. 16. 5 thou wast cast out in the open field
CAST self down, to
1.7V kneel and bow down, inj gahar.
i Ki. 18. 42 he cast himself down upon the earth
2.7*0 cause oneself to fall, Ss; naphal, 7.
Ezra 10. i confessed, weeping and casting himself d.
CAST stones, to
7*o stone, "?f2!J saqal, 3.
2-Sa. 16. 6 he cast stones at David, and at all the
CAST up, to
1.7*0 cast out, or forth, enj garash.
Isa. 57. 20 whose waters cast up mire and dirt
2. To heap uj), V^j salal.
Isa. 57. 14 And shall say, Cast ye up, cast ye up
62. 10 cast up, cast up the highway ; gather
Jer. 1 8. 15 to walk in paths, (in) a way not cast up
50. 26 cast her up as heaps, aud destroy her
3.7V cause to go up, .T?i alah, 5.
Lam. 2. 10 they have cast up dust upon their heads
Eze. 27. 30 and shall cast up dust upon their heads
CAST, when
A casting, n:^y shallekcth.
Isa. 6. 1 3 "whose substance (is) in them, when they c.
CAST, when it was
1.^4 casting, n^s yetsuqah.
i Ki. 7. 24 the knops . . in two rows, when H was cast
2.A casting, fusion, ngyio mutseqeth.
2 Ch. 4. 3 Two rows of oxen (were) . . when it was caat
CAST young, to
To bereave, hi\y shakol, 3.
Gen. 31. 38 thy she goats have not cast their young
Exod 23. 26 There shall nothing cast their young
CAST upon, to
1.7V cast upon, tiri^d\\ea epiballo.
i Co. 7. 35 not that I may cast a snare upon you
2.7*0 hurl upon, iiriphiirru epirrhipto.
Luke iy. 35 they cast their garments upon the colt
i Pe. 5. 7 Casting all your care upon him ; for ha
CASTAWAY
Not approved, O.SOKI/J.OS adokimos.
i Co. 9. 27 I myself should be a castaway
CASTING
Something fused, p^D mutsaq.
1 Ki. 7. 37 all of them had one casting, one measure
CASTING away
A casting off, airofio\-ri apobole.
Rom ii. 15 For if the casting away of them (be) the
CASTING down
1.A casting down, nnn chathath.
Job 6. 21 ye see (my) casting down, and are afraid
^..Depression, ny^ yeshach.
Mic. 6. 14 and thy casting down (shall be) in the
3.7*0 cause to lie down, lyy shakab, 5.
2 Sa. 8. 2 casting them down to the ground ; ereu
CASTING up
7*o pour out, ~^yy shaphak.
Eze. 17. 17 by casting up mounts, and building forts
CASTLE
1. High place, palace, jin iN arrnon.
Prov 18. 19 contentions (are) like the bars of a castle
2. Tower, .TVB tirah.
Gen. 25. 16 these (are) their names, .by their castles
i Ch. 6. 54 dwelling places throughout their castlea
S.Great or high tower, rjp migdal.
i Ch. 27. 25 and in the vi llages, and in the castles
4. Fortress, typ mctsad.
i Ch. ii. 7 And David dwelt in the castle ; therefore
5. Fortress, ."n">9 metsudah.
1 Ch. ii. 5 Nevertheless David took, .castle of Zion
Q.An interlining, Trapefj./3o\7i parembole.
Acts 21. 34 commanded him to be carried into the c.
21. 37 And as Paul was to be led into the castle
22-. 24 to be brought into the castle, and bade
23. 10 to take, .and to bring (him) into the cas.
23. 16 he went and entered into the castle, and
23. 32 On the morrow they . .returned to the caa.
CASTLE, goodly
.1 tower, ,TVB tirah.
Num3i. 10 they burnt, .all their goodly castles, with
CASTLES
Citadels, -palaces, nvrv? biraniyoth.
2 Ch.i?. 12 he built in .Tudah castles, aud cities of
27. 4 in the forests he built castles and towers
CASTOR and POLLTJX, Aiocricovpoi sons of Jupiter.
Instead of translating or retaining the term AtdffKovpoi
as it stands in the Greek text, the common version
gives the two names "Castor and Pollux," who were
reckoned sons of Jupiter by Leda, and regarded by
sailors as their tutelary divinities, appearing in the
heavens as the constellation of the Gemini or Twins.
On shipboard they were recognised in the phosphoric
lights which play about the masts and sails. Hence
Roman poets so often allude to these divinities in rela
tion to navigation.
Acts 28. 1 1 a ship . . whose sign was C. and P.
CATCH, to
1.7*0 lay or keep hold on, mx achaz.
Judg. i. 6 they pursued after him, and caught hin;
2. 7*o take as spoil, 113 bazaz.
Num. 31. 32 prey which the men of war had caught
3. To take by violence, V?3 gazal.
Judg 21. 23 took (them) wives, .whom they caught
4. 7*o draw or sweep away, TIJ garar.
Hab. 1.15 they catch them in their net, and gather
5.7*0 make strong or hard, pin chazaq, 5.
Exod. 4. 4 he put forth his hand, and caught it
1 Sa. 17. 35 and when he arose. .1 caught
2 Sa. 2. 16 they caught every one his fellow by the
2 Ki. 4. 27 when she came, .she caught him by the
Prov. 7. 13 So she caught him, and kissed him
6.7*0 snatch aicay, r^n chataph.
Judg2i. 21 catch you every man his wife, .daughters,
Psa. 10. 9 he lieth in wait to catch the poor
10. 9 he doth catch the poor, when he drawetli
7.7*0 draw out, B^IJ chalat, 5.
i Ki. 20. 33 Now the men . . did hastily catch (it)
CATCH 149 CAUSE
S. To tear, rend, Iff taraph.
Kze. IQ. 3 it learned to catch the prey ; it devoured
ig. 6 learned to catch the prey, (and) devoured
9.7"(j capture, catch, iyh lakad.
Judg. 8. 14 caught a young man of the men of Succoth
15. 4 Samson went and caught three hundred
2 Ch.22. 9 he sought Ahaziah : and they caught him
Jer. 5. 26 they set a trap, they catch men
IQ.ToJind, Ny? matsa.
Exodi2. 6 If flre break out, and catch, .thorns
II. To extort, ensnare, c*p} naqash, 3.
Psa. 109. ii Let the extortioner catch all that he hath
12. Hunting, T$ tsayid.
Lev. 17. 13 which huiiteth and catcheth any beast or
IS. To lay hold of (by the hand}, v$n taphas.
Gen. 39. 12 And she caught him by his garment
1 Ki ii. 30 And Abijah caught the new garment that
2 Ki. 7. 12 we shall catch them alive, and get into
14. To catch, himt (in the field), aypfvw agreuo.
Markiz. 13 they send . .to catch him in (his) words
15. To snatch at, or aivay, apirdfa harpazo.
Johnio. 12 the wolf catcheth them, and scattereth
16. To take (hold) upon, tiriXa^avw epilambano.
Matt 14. 31 Jesus stretched forth (his) hand, .caught
Acts 16. 19 they caught Paul and Silas, and drew
17. To hunt (a wild beast), Bripevw thereuo.
Luke ii. 54 seeking to catch something out of his
18. To take, Xapfravta lambano.
Matt 21. 39 they caught him, and cast (him) out of
Marki2. 3 they caught (him), and beat him, and
2 Co. 12. 16 nevertheless, being crafty, I caught you
lO.To catch alive, faypeus zogreo.
Luke 5. 10 from henceforth thou shalt catch men
20. To seize, iriafa piazo.
John 21. 3 and that night they caught nothing
21. 10 Bring of the fish, .ye have now caught
21. To take together, av\\a^iivta sullambano.
Acts 26. 21 For these causes the Jews caught me in
22. To snatch away together^ crwapirdfa sunarpazo.
Luke 8. 29 For oftentimes it had caught him : and
Acts 6. 12 and came upon (him), and caught him
19. 29 and having caught Gains and Aristarchus
27. 15 when the ship was caught, and could not
CATCH away
To snatch away, apirdfa harpazo.
Matti3. 19 catcheth away that which was sown
Acts 8. 39 Spirit of the Lord caught away Philip
CATCH hold, to
l.To lay or keep hold, inx achaz.
1 Ki. i. 50,51 caught hold on the horns of the altar
2. 28 Joab. .caught hold on the horns of the
2. To become strong, or fast, pin chazaq.
2 Sa. 1 8. 9 and his head caught hold of the oak
CATCH self, to
To capture, catch, n?^>
lakad.
Psa. 35. 8 let his net., he hath hid catch himself
CATCH up, to
To snatch away, apirdfa harpazii.
2 Co. 12. 2 such an one caught up to the third
12. 4 How that he was caught up into paradise
i Th. 4. 17 Then we. .shall be caught up together
Rev. 12. 5 and her child was caught up unto God
CATERPILLAR
l.A dcvourer (a kind of locust), V pn chasil.
1 Ki. 8. 37 If there be in the land . . caterpillar
2 Ch. 6. 28 If there be dearth, .or caterpillars
Psa. 78. 46 He gave, .their increase unto the caterp.
Isa. 33. 4 shall be gathered (like), .the caterpillar
Joel. i. 4 that which, .hath left hath the caterpillar
2. 25 the cankerworm, and the caterpillar
2.A cankerworm, >y>\ydeq.
Psa. 105. 34 He spake, .locusts came, and caterpillars
Jer. 51. 14 I will fill thee. .as with caterpillars
51. 27 horses to come up as the rough cater.
CATTLE
I. Cattle, beast, non? behemah.
Gen. i. 24 cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of
i. 25 God made the. .cattle after their kind
1. 26 let them have dominion over, .the cattle
2. 20 And Adam gave names to all cattle, and
3. 14 thou (art) cursed above all cattle, and
6. 20 cattle after their kind, of every creeping
7. 14 and all the cattle after their kind, and
7. 21 all flesh died, .both of fowl, and of cattle
7. 23 both man, and cattle, and the creeping
8. i and all the cattle (that) was with him in
8. 17 and of cattle, and of every creeping thing
9. 10 of the fowl, of the cattle, and of every be.
47. 1 8 my lord also hath our herds of cattle
Exodi2. 29 LORD smote, .all the first born of cattle
20. 10 nor thy maid servant, nor thy cattle
Lev. i. 2 shall bring your offering of the cattle
5. 2 whether (it be) a carcase . . of unclean cat.
19. 19 Thou shalt not let thy cattle gender with
25. 7 And for thy cattle, and for the beast
Lev. 26. 22 shall rob you . . and destroy your cattle
Jium. 3. 41 and the cattle of the Levites instead of
3. 41 firstlings among the cattle of. .Israel
3. 45 and the cattle of the Levites instead of
31. 9 and took the spoil of all their cattle
32. 26 our wives, our Hocks, and all our cattle
35. 3 suburbs of them shall be for their cattle
Deut. 2. 35 Only the cattle we took for a prey
3. 7 all the cattle, and the spoil of the cities
5. 14 nor thine ass, nor any of thy cattle
7. 14 there shall not be. .among your cattle
ii. 15 And I will send grass, .for thy cattle
13. 15 and the cattle thereof, with the edge of
20. 14 and the little ones, and the cattle, and
28. 4 and the fruit of thy cattle, the increase
28. 1 1 in the fruit of thy cattle, and in the
28. 51 And he shall eat the fruit of thy cattle
30. 9 in the fruit of thy cattle, and in the fruit
Josh. 8. 2 only the spoil thereof, and the cattle
8. 27 Only the cattle and the spoil of that city
11. 14 all the spoil of these cities, and the cattle
21. 2 with the suburbs thereof for our cattle
2 Ki. 3. 9 and for the cattle that Allowed them
Neh. 9. 37 over our bodies, and over our cattle
10. 36 the first born of our sons, and of our cattle
Psa. 50. 10 (and) the cattle upon a thousand hills
104. 14 causeth the grass to grow for the cattle
107. 38 suffereth not their cattle to decrease
148. 10 Beasts, and all cattle ; creeping things
Isa. 46. i their idols were upon . . the cattle
Jon. 4. ii Nineveh, .wherein are . .(also) much cat.
Hag. i. ii upon men and upon cattle, and upon all
Zech. 2. 4 the multitude of men and cattle therein
2. Beast, T3?3 beir.
Num2o. 4 that we and our cattle should die there ?
Psa. 78. 48 He gave up their cattle also to the hail
3.^-1 possession, thing purchased, nJipt? miqneh.
Gen. 4. 20 he was the father, .(of such as have) catt.
13. 2 And Abram (was) very rich in cattle
13. 7 between the herdmen of Abram s cattle
13. 7 and the herdmen of Lot s cattle : And
29. 7 neither (is it) time that the cattle should
30. 29 Thou knowest. .how thy cattle was with
31. 9 Thus God hath taken away the cattle
31. 1 8 And he carried away all his cattle, and
31. 1 8 the cattle of his getting, which he had
33. 17 And Jacob, .made booths for his cattle
34. 5 now his sons were with his cattle in the
34. 23 (Shall) not their cattle and their substan.
36. 6 and his cattle, and all his beasts
36. 7 could not. .because of their cattle
46. 6 they took their cattle, and their goods
46. 32 their trade hath been to feed cattle
46. 34 Thy servants trade hath been about catt.
47. 6 then make them rulers over my cattle
47. 16 And Joseph said, Give your cattle ; and
47. 16 I will give you for your cattle, if money
47. 17 they brought their cattle unto Joseph
47. 17 for the cattle of the herds, and. .the asses
47. 17 for all their cattle for that year
Exod. 9. 3 the hand of the LORD is upon thy cattle
9. 4 the LORD shall sever between the cattle
9. 4 and the cattle of Egypt ; and there shall
9. 6 and all the cattle of Egypt died
9. 6 but of the cattle of the children of Is. died
9. 7 there was not one of the cattle of the Is.
9. 19 Send therefore now, (and) gather thy catt.
9. 20 made his servants and his cattle flee into
9. 21 left his servants and his cattle in the field
10. 26 Our cattle also shall go with us ; there
12. 38 flocks and herds, (even) very much cattle
17. 3 thou hast brought us . . to kill .. our cattle
34. 19 and every firstling among thy cattle
Nuimo. 19 if I and my cattle drink of thy water
32. i had a very great multitude of cattle
32. i behold, the place (was) a place for cattle
32. 4 the country, .(is) a land for cattle
32. 4 and thy servants have cattle
32. 16 We will build sheep folds, .for our cattle
Deut. 3. 19 your little ones, and. .cattle, .shall abidj
3. 19 (for) I know that ye have much cattle
Josh. i. 14 Your wives, your little ones, .your cattle
14. 4 with their suburbs for their cattle and
22. 8 Return, .with very much cattle, with
Judg. 6. 5 they came up with their cattle, and their
18. 21 put the little ones and the cattle, .before
1 Sa. 23. 5 brought away their cattle, and smote
30. 20 they drave before those (other) cattle
2 Ki. 3. 17 both ye, and your cattle, and your beasts
i Ch. 5. 9 because their cattle were multiplied in
5. 21 they took away their cattle ; of their
7. 21 they came down to take away their cattle
zCli. 14. 15 They smote also the tents of cattle, and
26. 10 he had much cattle, both in the low
Job 36. 33 the cattle also concerning the vapour
Isa. 30. 23 in that day shall thy cattle feed in large
Jer. 9. 10 can (men) hear the voice of the cattle
49. 32 and the multitude of their cattle a spoil
Eze. 38. 12 people, .which have gotten cattle and
38. 13 to take away cattle and goods, to take
i.Small cattle, sheep and goats, INS tson.
Gen. 30. 39 brought forth cattle ringstraked, speck.
30. 40 and put them not unto Laban s cattle
30. 41 whensoever the stronger cattle did con.
30. 41 Jacob laid the rods before, .the cattle
30. 42 But when the cattle were feeble, he put
30. 43 and had much cattle, and maid servants
31. 8 then all the cattle bare speckled : and if
31. 8 then bare all the cattle ringstraked
^i. jo came to pass at the time that the cattle
Gen. 31. 10 the cattle (were) ringstraked, speckled
31. 12 all the rams which leap upon the cattle
31. 41 I served thee. .six years for thy cattle
31. 43 and (these) cattle (are) my cattle, and all
5.A sheep or goat, rjy seh.
Gen. 30. 32 removing . . the speckled and spotted cat.
30. 32 all the brown cattle among the sheep
Eze. 34. 17 Behold, I judge between cattle and cattle
34. 20 I, (even) 1 . .judge between the fat cattle
34. 20 and between the lean cattle
34. 22 I will judge between cattle and cattle
6. Work, nit^t? melakah.
Gen. 33. ^ according as the cattle that goeth before
7. What is fed or nourished, 6p(/j.pa thremma.
John 4. 12 drank thereof, .his children, and his cat
CATTLE, fat
Fallings, Nna ineri.
1 Ki. i. 9 slew sheep and oxen and fat ; i. 19, 45.
CATTLE, great [.SV GREAT.]
CATTLE, lesser
Sheep or goats, n^ seh.
Isa. 7. 25 and for the treading of lesser cattle
CATTLE, small
\.Small cattle, shee2) and goats, JKS tson.
Eccl. 2. 7 great possessions of great and small cattle
2. Sheep or goat, nip seh.
Isa. 43. 23 Thou liast not brought me the small cattle
CATTLE, to feed
To shepherd, tend, troi^aivu poimaino.
Lukei7. 7 a servant plowing or feeding cattle
CAUGHT, to be
l.To be laid hold of, irm achaz, 2.
Gen. 22. 13 a ram caught in a thicket by his horns
2. To be laid hold of (by the hand), bsn taphas, 2.
Jer. 50. 24 thou art found, and also caught, because
CATTL
1.Diaphragm or midriff, rnrr yothereth.
Exod 29. 13 thou shalt take, .the caul (that is) above
29. 22 thou shalt take, .the caul (above) the
Lev. 3. 4, 10, 15 the caul above the liver, with the
4. 9 the caul above the liver, with the kidneys
7. 4 the caul (that is}
above the liver, with the
8. 16 the caul (above) the liver, and the two
8. 25 And he took, .the caul (above) the liver
9. 10 the caul above the liver of the sin offering
9. 19 and the kidneys, and the caul (above) the
2. Caul, pericardium, lijp segor.
Hos. 13. 81.. will rend the caul of their heart, and
Z.Cauls, netted caps, D C 3^ shebisim.
Isa. 3. 18 the LORD will take away.. (their) cauls
CAUSE
1. Causes, reasons, HTIN odoth.
2 Sa. 13. 16 she said unto him, (There is) no cause
Jer. 3. 8 I saw, when for all the causes whereby
2. Word, matter, 13* dabar.
Exod 1 8. 19 that thou mayest bring the causes unto
1 8. 26 the hard causes they brought unto Moses
22. 9 the cause of both parties shall come before
Deut. 1.17 the cause that is too hard for you, bring
Josh. 5. 4 this (is) the cause why Joshua did cir.
20. 4 shall declare his cause in the ears of the
i Sa. 17. 29 What have I . .done? (Is there) not a cause
1 Ki. ii. 27 this (was) the cause that he lifted up (his)
3. Word, matter, ?n:n dibrah.
Job 5. 8 and unto God would I commit my cause
4. Pita, judgment, n din.
Psa. 9. 4 thou hast maintained., my cause; thou
140. 12 the LORD will maintain the cause of the
Prov 29. 7 The righteous considereth the cause of
31. 8 Open thy mouth., in the cause of all such
Jer. 5. 28 they judge not the cause, the cause of
22. 16 He judged the cause of the poor and
30. 13 (There is) none to plead thy cause, that
5.Judgment, B?f? mishpat.
2 Sa. 15. 4 every man which hath any. .cause might
1 Ki 8 45, 49 hear thou. .and mai *-ain their cause
8 59 the cause of his servant, and the cause of
2 Ch 6 35, 39 hear thou . . and maintain their cause
Job 13. 18 Behold now, I have ordered (my) cause
23 4 I would order (my) cause before him
31. 13 If I did despise the cause. .man servant
Lam. 3. 59 LORD, thou hast seen, .judge, .my cause
6. Turn (of events), n;cj nesibbah.
2 Ch. 10. 15 the cause was of God, that the LORD might
7. Turn (of events), njp sibbah.
i Ki. 12. 15 unto the people; for the cause was from
8. Strife, controversy, 3 l rib,
Exod23. 2 neither shalt thou speak in a cause to
23. 3 countenance a poor man in his cause
73. 6 the judgment of thy poor in his camse
i Sa. 24. 1 5 plead my cause, and deliver me out of
25. 39 hath pleaded the cause of my reproach
2Ch. 19. 10 what cause soever shall come to you
Job 29. 16 the cause (which) I knew not I searched
CAUSE 150
I aa. 35. 23 (even) unto my cause. .God and my Lord
43. i Judge me, O God, and plead my cause
74. 22 Arise, O God, plead thine own cause
119. 154 Plead my cause, and deliver me : quicken
Prov.iS. 17 (He that is) first in his own cause
22. 23 the L()RI> will plead their cause, aud spoil
23. ii he shall plead their cause with thee
25. 9 Debatethycausewithtliyneii;hl>our(him.)
Isa. i. 23 neither doth the cause of the widow
- 41 21 Produre your cause, saith the 1/>IU> 51-2^
Jer. ii. 20 for unto thee have I revealed my cause
20. 12 for unto thee have I opened my cause
50. 34 he shall throughly plead their cause
51. 36 Behold, I will plead thy cause, and take
Lam. 3. 36 subvert a man in his cause, the Lord
3. 58 thou hast pleaded the causes of my soul
Mic. 7. 9 I have sinned, .until he plead my cause
9. Because of whom, ?^?3 be-shel-le-mi.
Jon. i. 7 for whose caiise this evil (is) upon us
10. Cause, accusation, atria aitia.
Matt 19. 3 a man to put away his wife for every cause?
Luke 8. 47 for what cause she had touched him, aud
Acts 10. 21 what
(is)
the cause wherefore ye are come?
13. 28 though they found no cause of death
23. 28 And when I would have known the cause
28. 18 because there was no cause of death in
28. 20 For tliis cause therefore have I called for
2 Ti. i. 12 For the which cause I also suffer these
Heb. 2. ii for which cause he is not ashamed to call
II. Causative of, causing, ashing, aCnov aition.
Luke 23. 22 I have found no cause of death in him
Acts 19. 40 there being no cause whereby we may
12. Word, matter, \6yos logos.
Matt. 5. 32 saving for. .cause of fornication, causeth
CAUSE, for the same
The same, rb aurd to auto.
Phil. 2. 18 For the same cause also do ye joy and
CAUSE, for this (or your)
l.]\ hollyoveragainstthis,n^ ^-^kolqebeldenah.
Dan. 2. 12 For this cause the king was angry and
I.Over against thin, avrl TO&TOV anti toutou.
Eph. 5. 31 For this cause shall a man leave his
3.0)1 account of this, Sia TOVTO dia touto.
John 1 2. 1 8 For this cause the people also met him
12. 27 for this cause came I unto this hour
Rom. i. 26 For this cause God gave them up unto vile
13. 6 For, for this cause pay ye tribute also
15. 9 For this cause I will confess to thee among
i Co. 4. 17 For this cause have I sent unto you
ii. 10 For this cause ought the woman to have
1 1. 30 For this cause many (are) weak and sickly
Col. i. 9 For this cause we also, .do not cease to
1 Th. 2. 13 For this cause also thank we God without
3. 5 For this cause, when I could no longer
2 Th. 2. 1 1 for this cause God shall send them strong
i Ti i. 16 Howbeit for this cause I obtained mercy
Heb. 9. 15 And for this cause he is the Mediator of
4. With a view to this, fls TOVTO eis dmto.
John 18. 37 for this cause came I into the world, that
1 Pe. 4. 6 for this cause was the Gospel preached
S.Fortfie sake of this, ivtKtvTovTovlieneken toutou.
Matt. 19. 5 For this cause shall a man leave
Mark 10. 7 ; Acts 26. 21 ; 2 Co. 7. 12.
8. To you, fytiV humin.
2 Co. 5. 13 whether we be sober, .for your caus
CAUSE, for which
l.Thnrefitre, [rVfi al ken.
Neh. 6. 6 for which cause thou buildest the wall
2.0 account of irhich, Si6 dio.
Horn 15. 22 For which cause also I have been much
a Co. 4. 16 For which cause we faint not ; but though
CAUSE, without (a)
l.G ratia, gratuitously, Djn chinnam.
i Sa. 19. 5 wherefore, .slay David without a cause?
Job i. 3 movedst me. .destroy him without cause
9. 17 and multiplieth. .wounds without cause
Psa. 35. 7 For without cause have they hid for me
35. 7 without cause they have digged for my
35. 19 let. .wink, .that hate me without a cause
69. 4 They that hate me without a cause are
109. 3 they, .(ought against me without a cause
119. 161 have persecuted me without a cause
Prov. i. it lurk privily for. .innocent without cause
3. 30 Strive not with a man without cause
23. 29 who hath wounds without cause? who
24. 28 Be not a witness, .without cause ; and
Lam. 3. 52 chased me sore, like a bird, without >\\\\*<-
Eze. 14. 23 I have not done without cause all that I
2. Vainly, cp i re/jam.
Psn. 7. 4 delivered him that without cauMil
25. 3 ashamed which transgress without cause
3. Falsehood, i$y sheqer.
Psa. 119. 78 dealt perversely with me without a cause.
4. Gratuitously, Sdiptdf d iri an.
John 15. 25 They hated me without a cause
6. Yieldingly, h edle.isli/, fixr/ eikf.
Matt. 5. 22 angry with his brother without a cause
CAUSE, Paul s
The thin;ix ir: i i-iling (I aul), TO KOTO ta kata.
Acts 25. 14 Festus declared Paul s cause unto the king
CAUf,E (to be), to
1. 7*o be to,
*
n;n hayah Ic.
Nun3i. 16 Behold, these caused the children of
2. To give, jnj nothan.
Lev. 24. 19 And if a man cause a blemish in his
24. 20 as he hath caused a blemish in a man
Deut 28. 7 the LORD shall cause thine enemies
28. 25 the LORD shall cause thee to be smitten
Prov 10. 10 He that winketh with the eye can . , ih
Jer. 15. 4 And I will cause them to be removed
Eze. 16. 7 I have caused thee to multiply as the
26. 17 which cause their terror (to be) on all
32. 23 which caused terror in the land of the
32. 24, 26 caused their terror in the land of the
32. 32 For I have caused my terror in the land
3. 7*o do, make, iroitw poieo.
Matt. 5. 32 for the cause of fornication, causeth her
John n. 37 Could not this man. .have caused that
Acts 15. 3 caused great joy unto all the brethren
Rom 1 6. 17 mark them which cause divisions and off.
Col. 4. 16 cause that it be read also in the church
Rev. 12. 15 that he might cause her to be carried
13. 12 causeth the earth and them which dwell
13. 15 cause that as many as would not worship
13. 16 And he causeth all, both small and great
4. To icork thoroughly, KaTfpydofj.ai katergazomai.
2 Co. 9. n which causeth through us thanksgiving
CAUSED, to be
7*o be given, ;riy nathan, 2.
Eze. 32. =5 though their terror was caused in the laud
CAUSELESS
Gratuitously, cjn chinnam.
i Sa. 25. 31 either that thou hast shed blood causeless
Prov 26. 2 so the curse causeless shall not come
CAUSEWAY
Way cast up, n^p? mesillaJi.
i Ch.26. 16 by the causeway of the going up, ward
26. 18 four at the causeway, (aud) twoatParbar
CAVE
1. A hole, iin chor.
Job 30. 6 To dwell.. (in) caves of the earth, and (in)
2. Exposed place, open care, niy? mearah.
Gen. 19. 30 and he dwelt in a cave, he and his two
23. 9 That he may give me the cave of Machp.
23. j i the field give I thee, and the cave that
23. 17 the field, and the cave which (was) therein
23. 19 buried Sarah his wife in the cave of the
23. 20 the field, and the cave that (is) therein
25. 9 his sons, .buried him in the cave of Mac.
49. 29 bury me with my fathers in the cave
49. 30 In the cave that (is) in the field of Mach.
49. 32 The purchase of the field and of the cave
50. 13 buried him in the cave of the field of M.
Josh. 10. 16 hid themselves in a cave at Makkedah
10. 17 The five kings are found hid in a caveat
10. 18 Roll, .stones upon the mouth of the cave
10. 22 said Joshua, Open the mouth of the cave
10. 22 bring out those five kings . .out of the cave
10. 23 brought, .those.five kings, .out of the cave
10. 27 and cast them into the cave, wherein
10. 27 and laid great stones in the cave s mouth
Judg. 6. 2 dens which (are) in the mountains, .caves
1 Sa. 13. 6 the people did hide themselves in caves
22. i David, .escaped to the cave Adullam
24. 3 came to the sheep cotes . . where (was) a c.
24. 3 his meu remained in the sides of the cave
24. 7 Saul rose up out of the cave, and went
24. 8 David also arose . . went out of the cave
24. 10 had delivered thee to day. .in the cave
2 Sa 23. 13 came to David . .unto the cave of Adullam
i Ki.iS. 4 hid them by fifty in a cave, and fed them
18. 13 I hid an hundred men. .by fifty in a cave
19. 9 he came thither unto a cave, and lodged
19. 13 and stood in the entering in of the cave
i Ch.n. 15 went down, .into the cave of Adullam
Psa. 57. title, when he fled from Saul in the cave
142. title. A Prayer when he was in the cave
Eze. 33. 27 they that (be) in the forts and in the caves
3. Opening, hole, ovfi opt.
Heb. ii. 38 wandered, .(in) dens and caves of the
4. fore, grotto, <nrri\a.iov spelaion.
Johun. 38 It was a cave, and a stone lay upon it
CAVES
Holes, cares, ni -TO mechilloth.
Isa. 2. 19 they shall go. .into the caves of the earth
CEASE, to
l.To cease (from labour), So? bntel.
Eccl. 12. 3 the grinders cease, because they are few
2. To cease, SBS betel.
Ezra 4. 24 Then ceased the work of the house of
3. To come to nn end, "C3 gamar.
Psa. 12. i Help, LORD ;* for the godly man ceaseth
4.7*0 be dumb, silent, nci damoJi.
Jer. 14. 17 Let mine eyes run. .let them not cease
Lam. 3. 49 Mine eye trickleth down, aud ceaseth
r.7*o be dumb, silent, D^-J damam.
Psa. 35. 15 they did tear (me), and ceased not
Lam. 2. 18 let not the apple of thine eye cease
6.7*0 cease, leave off, S-iri chadal.
Gen. 18. it it ceased to be with Sarah after the
CEASE
! AI Ml 9. 29 the thunder shall cease, neither shall
9. 33 the thunders and hail ceased, and the
9. 34 the hail and the thunders were ceased
Deut 15. ii For the poor shall never cease out of the
Judg. 5. 7 the villages ceased, they ceased in Israel
15. 7 avenged of you, and after that I will cease
20. 28 Shall, .go out to battle, .or shall I cease?
i Sa. 2. 5 and (they that were) hungry ceased : so
12. 23 I should sin. .in ceasing to pray for you
Job 3. 17 There the wicked cease (from) troubling
10. 20 (Are) not my days few * cease (then, and)
14. 7 the tender branch thereof will not cease
Psa. 49. 8 redemption of their soul, .ceaseth for
Vrov.i9. 27 Cease, my son, to hear the instruction
23. 4 Labour not to be rich ; cease from thine
Isa. i. 16 put away the evil of your doings, .cease
2. 22 Cease ye from man, whose breath (is) in
Amos 7. 5 Then said I, O Lord Goi>, cease, I beseech
7. To be silent, cni} c/iarcsh, 5.
i Sa. 7. 8 Cease not to cry unto the LORD our God
8. To add, fjp; yasaph.
Numn. 25 they prophesied, and did not cease
9. To be completed, nS? kalah.
Isa. 16. 4 the spoiler ceaseth, the oppressors are
10.ro remove, e^D mush, 5.
Jer. 17. 8 neither shall cease from yielding fruit
II. To rest, m nuach.
i Sa. 25. 9 David s young men came, they, .ceased
12. To cause to fall, Ss* naphal, 5.
Judg. 2. 19 they ceased not from their own doings
13. To stand, icy amad.
Jon. i. 15 and the sea ceased from her raging
1 4. To be languid, XB pug.
Fsa. 77. 2 my sore ran in the night, aud ceased not
15. To let Jail, n?-j raphak, 5.
Psa. 37. 8 Cease from anger, and forsake wrath: fret
16. To cease, keep sabbath, r\yy shabath.
Gen. 8. 22 and summer and winter, .shall not cease
Josh. 5. 12 And the manna ceased on the morrow
Is eh. 6. 3 why should the work cease, whilst I
Job 32. i So these three men ceased to answer Job
Prov 22. 10 yea, strife and reproach shall cease
Isa. 14. 4 oppressor ceased ! the golden city ceased r
24. 8 The mirth of tabrets ceaseth, the noise
24. 8 the joy of the harp ceaseth
33. 8 the wayfaring man ceaseth : he hath
Jer. 31. 36 the seed of Israel also shall cease from
Lam. 5. 14 The elders have ceased from the gate
5. 15 The joy of our heart is ceased ; our dance
Hos. 7. 4 ceaseth from raising after lie hath
17.70 cease, keep sabbath, nj?; shabath, 2.
Isa. 17. 3 The fortress .. shall cease from Ephraim
Eze. 6. 6 and your idols may be broken and cease
30. 1 8 and the pomp of her strength shall cease
33. 28 and the pomp of her strength shall cease
18. Cessation, n??* shebeth.
Prov. 20. 3 (It is) an honour for a man to cease from
19. To turn back from, j9 sis; shub min.
Num. 8. 25 they shall cease waiting upon the service
20. To cease, rest, be still, pn? shatliaq.
Prov. 26. 20 where (there is) no tale bearer, the strife c.
21. To perfect, complete, c?J? tamam, 5.
Isa. 33"
i when thou shalt cease to spoil, thou shalt
22. To leave throughout, intermit, $ia.\fiiru dialeipo.
Luke 7. 45 this woman, .hath not ceased to kiss my
23. To become still, quiet, silent, yavx&fahesuchazo.
Acts 21. 14 we ceased, saying, The will of the Lord
24. To cease thoroughly, Karairavw katapcmO.
Heb. 4. 10 he also hath ceased from his own \\ < Tks
25. To make thoroughly idle, Ka.To.pyfu> katarged.
Gal. 5. ii then is the offence of the cross ceased
26. To cease, abate, KoirdCw kopazo.
M:itt 14. 32 when they were come, .the wind ceased
Mark 4. 39 wind ceased, and there was a great calm
6. 51 the wind ceased : and they were sore
27. To pause, cease, ira.vofj.at pauomai.
Luke 8. 24 and they ceased, and there was a calm
ii. i when he ceased, one of his disciples said
Acts 5 42 they ceased not to teach and preach
6 13 This man ceaseth not to speak blasphem,
13. 10 wilt thou not cease to pervert the right
20 i after the uproar was ceased, Paul called
20 31 I ceased not to warn every one night and
i Co i V 8 whether, .tongues, they shall cease
Eph i 16 Cease not to give thanks for you, making
Col i 9 For this cause we also, .do not cease to
Heb 10 2 then would they not have ceased to be
1 Pe. 4. i he that hath suffered .. hath ceased from
CEASE, that cannot
Xot ceasing thorough hi, aKardiravcrTosakalnpau-stoa.
2 Pe. 2. 14 Having eyes . . [that cannot eease] from
CEASE, to cause to
1. To cause to cease or leave off, TB? betel, 3.
Ezra 4. 21 Give ye. .to cause these men to cease
5. 5 that they could not cause them to ceaM
2. To break asunder, disannul, 119 parar, 5.
Psa. 85. 4 and cause thine anger toward us to ceaa*
CEASE 151 CERTAIN
3.To cause to cease, keep sabbath, nj^ shabath, 5.
\eh. 4. ii slay them, and eause the work to cease
Prov.i3. 18 The lot causeth contentions to cease, and
Isa. 13 ii cause the arrogancy of the proud to cease
30. ii cause the Holy One of Israel to cease
Jer 7 34 Then will I cause to cease from the cities
1 6. 9 I will cause to cease out of this place in
36 29 and shall cause to cease from thence
48. 35 I will cause to cease in Moab, saith the
Eze. 10. 41 I will cause thee to cease from playing
23. 48 Thus will I cause lewdness to cease out
36. 13 will cause the noise of thy songs to cease
30. 13 I will cause (their) images to cease out of
34. 10 cause them to cease from feeding the
34. 25 will cause the evil beasts to cease out of
Dan. 9- 27 cause the sacrifice and the oblation to e.
it. 18 a prince., shall cause the reproach., to ce.
Hos i 4 will cause to cease the kingdom of the
2. ii I will also cause all ht-r mirth to cease
CEASE, to let
To cause or let cease, r\yy shabath, 5.
2 Ch.i6. 5 he left off building, .and let his work ce.
CHASE, to make to
l.To cause to cease, SB? betel, 3.
Ezra 4. 23 made them to cease by force and power
2. Tocause to cease, keep sabbath, r\yy shabath 5.
Deut32. 26 make the remembrance of them to cease
Josh 22, 25 make our children cease from fearing the
Psa. 46. 9 He maketh wars to cease unto the end of
89. 44 Thou hast made his glory to cease
Isa. 16. 10 have made (their vintage) shouting to ce.
21. 2 the sighing thereof have I made to cease
Eze . 7, 24 make the pomp of the strong to cease
12. 23 I will make this proverb to cease, and
23. 27 Thus will I make thy lew.ness to cease
30. 10 make the multitude of Egypt to cease
3. To cause to settle down, yyy shakak, 5.
Numi?. 5 I will make to cease from me the murm.
CEASED
There was a cessation, N^ niq [betel].
Ezra 4. 24 So it ceased unto the second year cf
CEASING, without
l.Wot thoroughly left, unintermilling, dStaAejirroy.
2 Ti. i. 3 that without ceasing I have remembrance
2. Unintermitlingly, dStaAenrrcos adialeiptos.
Rom. i. 9 that without ceasing I make mention of
i Th. i. 3 Remembering without ceasing your work
2. 13 cause also thank we God without ceasing
5. 17 Pray without ceasing
3. Extended, outstretched, t/creHjs ektenes.
Acts 12. 5 prayer was made [without ceasing] of the
CEDAR
Cedar (so called from its firmness), ns erez.
Lev. 14. 4 rind cedar wood, and scarlet, and hyssop
14 6 he shall take it, and the cedar wood
14. 49 he shall take, .two birds, and cedar wood
14. 51 he shall take the cedar wood, and the
14. 52 shall cleanse the house, .with the cedar
Numi9- 6the priest shall take cedar wood, and
Judg. 9 15 let fire come out. .and devour the cedars
2Sa. 5- ii And Hiram king of Tyre sent, .cedar trees
7. 2 See now, I dwell in an house of cedar
7. 7 Why build ye not me an house of cedar ?
i Ki s- 81 will do all thy desire concerning, .cedar
5 10 So Hiram gave Solomon cedar trees and
6. 9 covered the house with . . boards of cedar
6. 10 rested on the house with timber of cedar
6. 15 he built the walls, .with boards of cedar
6. 1 6 he built, .the walls with boards of cedar
6. 18 And the cedar of the house within (was)
j| 6. 18 all (was) ceaar ; there was no stone seen
f>. 20 covered the altar (which was of) cedar
6. 36 the inner court with . . cedar beams
7. 2 four rows of cedar pillars, with cedar
7. 3 covered with cedar above upon the beams
7. 7 covered with cedar from one side of the
7. ii after the measures of hewed stones, .ced.
7. 12 a row of cedar beams, both for the inner
9. ii king, .furnished Solomon with cedar tr.
10. 27 cedars made he (to be) as the sycamore tr.
3 Ki.i4. 9 The thistle, .in Lebanon sent to the cedar
1 Ch.i4. i Hiram king of Tyre sent, .timber of ced.
17. i Lo, I dwell in an house of cedars
17. 6 ye not built me an house of cedars ?
22. 4 Also cedar trees in abundance ; for the
22. 4 they of Tyre brought much cedar wood
2 Ch. 2. 3 and didst send him cedars to build him
2. 8 Send me also cedar trees, flr trees, and
25. 18 The thistle, .in Lebanon sent to the cedar
Ezra 3. 7 to bring cedar trees from Lebanon to the
Job 40. 17 He moyeth his tail like a cedar : the
Psa. 29. 5 The voice of the LORD breaketh the ce.
29. 5 yea, the LORD breaketh the cedars of
80. 10 boughs thereof (were like) the goodly ce.
92. 12 he shall grow like a cedar in Lebanon
104. 16 cedars of Lebanon, which he hath planted
148. 9 all hills ; fruitful trees, and all cedars
Bong 1.17 The beams of -nir house (are) cedar, (and)
5. 15 his countenance (is), .excellent as the cedar
8. 9 we will enclose her with boards of cedar
Isa. 2. 13 And upon all the cedars of Lebanon
9. 10 but we will change (them into) cedars
14. 8 the fir trees rejoice at thee, (and) the ce.
37. 24 cut down the tall cedars thereof
Isa. 41. 19 I will plant in the wilderness the cedar
4-f 14 He heweth him down cedars, and taketh
Jer 22. 7 they shall cut down thy choice cedars
22. 14 ceiled with cedar, and painted with ver.
22. 15 because thou closest (thyself) in cedar ;
22. 23 that makest thy nest in the cedars
Eze. 17. 3 took the highest branch of the cedar
17. 22 of the highest branch of the high cedar
17. 23 bring forth boughs, .and be a goodly ce.
27. s they have taken cedars from Lebanon to
31. 3 the Assyrian (was) a cedar in Lebanon
31. 8 The cedars in the garden of God could
Amos 2. 9 height (was) like the height of the cedars
Zech ii. i that the fire may devour thy cedars
ii. 2 Howl, flr tree ; for the cedar is fallen
CEDAR, made of
Made of cedar, a ng aruzim.
Eze. 27. 24 bound with cords, and made of cedar
CEDAR tree
A cedar tree, nx erez.
Num24. 6 (and) as cedar trees beside the waters
1 Ki. 4. 33 from the cedar tree that (is) in Lebanon
5. 6 that they hew me cedar trees out of Leb.
2 1.19. 23 will cut down the tall cedar trees thereof
2 Ch. i. 15 cedar trees made he as the sycamore
9. 27 cedar trees made he as the sycamore
CEDAR work
Cedar work, nnx arzah.
Zeph. 2. 14 for he shall uncover the cedar work
CED -RON, KtSpcav, KtSpos torrent.
The name of the iVaAai Kidrcn or "black torrent,
which flows down the ravine below the E. wall of Jeru
salem, and beyond it was the Garden of Gethsemaue.
It has no connection with "Cedar ;" hence the rtav Kt-
$p<av, i.e., "brook of cedars, of some texts, as well
as the LXX. in 2 Sa. 15. 23, is a gloss. >
row Wady Nar.
JohmS. i he went, .with his disciples over. .C.
CELEBRATE, to
1. To praise, Vpn halal, 3.
Isa. 38. 18 grave cannot, .death can (not) celebrate
2. To keep a festival, JJi? chagag .
Lev. 23. 41 ye shall celebrate it in che seventh month
3. To keep a sabbath, rtyp shabath.
Lev. 23. 32 even, shall ye celebrate your sabbath
CELESTIAL
Upon, over or above the heaven, eirovpdvios.
i Co. 15. 40 also celestial bodies, and bodies terrestr.
15. 40 but the glory of the celestial (is) one
CELLAR
Treasure, treasury, lyix otsar.
i Ch.27. 27 over the increase, .for the wine cellars
27. 28 and over the cellars of oil (was) Joash
CEN-CHRE -A, Kt-yxpeai.
It ought to be written Cenchrece ; the eastern harbour
of Corinth (o miles off) on the Saronic Gulf, and the
emporium of its trade with Asia.
Acts 1 8. 1 8 having shorn (his) head in C. : for he had
Rom 1 6. i a servant of the church which is at C.
CENSER
I.A Censer, nmo machtah.
Lev. 10. i took either of them his censer, and put
16. 12 he shall take a censer full of burning
Num. 4. 14 they minister about it, (even) the censers
16. 6 Take you censers, Kerah, and all his
16. 17 take every man his censer, and put
16. 17 and bring ye. .every man his censer
16. 17 two hundred and fifty censers
16. 17 thou also, and Aaron, each, .his censer
16. 18 they took every man his censer, and put
16. 37 that he take up the censers out of the
16. 38 The censers of these sinners against their
16. 39 Eleazar the priest took, .brasen censers
16. 46 Take a censer, and put fire therein from
1 Ki. 7. 50 the spoons, and the censers (of) pure gold
2 Ch. 4. 22 the spoons, and the censers, (of) pure gold
2. An incense censer, rnai?p miqtereth.
2 Ch.26. 19 a censer in his hand to burn incense
Eze. 8. ii witn every man his censer in his hand
S. Incense censer, Ovfj-iar^piov thumiaterion.
Heb. 9. 4 Which had the golden censer
4. Frankincense censer, \i0avwr6s libanotos.
Rev. 8. 3 stood at the altar, having a golden censer
8. 5 the angel took the censer, and filled it
CENTURION
I. Leader of a hundred men, fKarovrd.px ns-
Acts 10. i a centurion of the band called the Italian
10. 22 Cornelius the centurion, .was warned
24. 23 he commanded a centurion to keep Paul
27. i named Julius, a centurion of Augustus
37. 31 Paul said to the centurion and to the
^.Leader of a hundred men, tKa.r6vra.pxos.
Matt. 8. 5 there came unto him a centurion, beseech.
8. 8 The centurion answered and said, Lord
8. 13 Jesus said unto the [centurion]. Go thy
27. 54 Now when the centurion . . saw the earth.
Luke 7. 2 a certain centurion s servant, .was sick
7. 6 the centurion sent friends to him, savin*;
23. 47 when the [centurion] saw what was done
Acts 21. 32 Who. .took soldiers and [centurions]
22. 25 Paul said unto the centurion that stood
Acts 22. 26 When the [centurion] heard (that), he.
23. 17 Paul called one of the centurions unto
23. 23 he called unto (him) two centurions
27. 6 the [ceiiturionjloundashipof Alexandria
27. ii Nevertheless the [centurion] believed the
27. 43 But the [centurion] . . kept them from
28. 16 [the centurion delivered the prisoners to]
3. Centurion ; in Greek letters, Kfvrvpitav kenturiOn.
Mark 1 5. 39 when the centurion, .saw that he so cried
15. 44 calling(unto him) the centurion, he asked
15 45 when he knew (it) of the centurion, he
CE-PHAS, KTJ</>OS rock (man). A surname given to Simon Peter
John i 42 thou shalt be called C., which is.. A stone
i Co. i. 12 I of Apollos; and I of C.; and I of Christ
3. 22 Whether Paul, or Apollos, or C. . . all are
9. 5 Have we not power to lead . . as well as . . C.I
15. 5 he was seen of C., then of the twelve
Gal. 2. 9 when James, [CJ, and John.. perceived
CEREMONIES
Judgment, Bpyp mishpat.
Num. 9. 3 according to all the ceremonies thereof
CERTAIN [men]
I.A man, ffug enosh.
Num. 9. (> there were certain men, who were defiled
16. 2 with certain of the children of Israel
Judg 19. 22 men of the city, certain sons of Belial
1 Ki. ii. 17 lladad fled, he and certain Edomites
2 Ch. 28. 12 certain of the heads of the children
Ezra 10. 16 the priest, (with) certain chief of the
Neh 13. 25 I. .smote certain of them, and plucked
Jer. 26. 17 Then rose up certain of the elders of the
41. 5 there came certain from Shechem, from
Eze. 14. i Then came certain of the elders of Israel
20. i certain of the elders of Israel cane to
2. Mighty 01 strong man, "O3 gebar.
Dan. 3. 8 certain Chaldeans came near, and accused
3. 12 certain Jews whom thou hast set over
S.Set up, fixed, 3T yatstsib.
Dan. 2. 45 the dream is certain, and. .interpretation
4. To be established, right, pa kun, "2.
Deuti3- 14 behold, (if it be) truth, .the thing certain
17. 4 behold, (it be) true, (and) the thing certain
5. Such a one, jio^s palmoni.
Dan. 8. 13 another saint said unto that certain
Q.Times, Q ny [eth}.
Dan. 11.13 come after certain years with a great
7.Any one, any thing, ris, rt, tis, ti.
Matt. 9. 3 behold, certain of the scribes said within
12. 38 certain of the scribes and of the Pharisees
Mark 2. 6 there were certain of the scribes sitting
7. i certain of the scribes, which came from
11. 5 certain of them that stood there said
12. 13 they send unto him certain of the Phar.
14. 57 there arose certain.. bare false witness
Luke 6. 2 certain of the Pharisees said unto them
8. 2 certain women, which had been healed of
13. 31 same day there came certain of the Phar.
18. 9 he spake this parable unto certain which
20. 27 Then came to (him) certain of the Sadd.
20. 39 Then certain of the scribes answering
21. 2 he saw also a certain poor widow
24. 22 certain . . of our company made us aston.
24. 24 certain of them which were with us went
Johni2. 20 there were certain Greeks among them
Acts 6. 9 Then there arose certain of the synagogue
9. 19 Then was Paul certain days with the
10. 23 Peter went away with them, and certain
10. 48 Then prayed they him to tarry certain
12. i hands to vex certain of the church
13. i there were in., church, .[certain] prophets
15. i certain men. .came down from Judea
15. 2 Barnabas, and certain other of them
15. 5 there rose up certain of the sect of the
15. 24 certain which went out from us have
16. 12 we were in that city abiding certain days
17. 5 the Jews, .took unto them certain lewd
17. 6 they drew Jason and certain brethren
17. 18 certain philosophers of the Epicureans
17. 20 thou bringest certain strange things to
17. 28 as certain also of your own poets have
17. 34 Howbeit certain men clave unto him
19. i Paul., came., and finding certain disciples
19. 13 Then certain of the vagabond Jews
19. 31 certain of the chief of Asia, .sent unto
23. 12 when it was day, [certain] of the Jews
24. 18 Whereupon certain Jews from Asia found
24. 24 after certain days, .he sent for Paul, and
25. 13 after certain days king Agrippa and B.
25. 19 certain questions against him of their
27. i they delivered Paul and certain other
Gal. 2 - IZ For before that certain came from James
8. Untripped up, certain, a<r<paA.^r asphales.
Acts 25. 26 Of whom I have no certain thing to write
9. Evident, SfjXoy delos.
i Ti. 6. 7 [certain] we can carry nothing ouo
CERTAIN, a
1. One, tnx echad.
Judg. 9. 53 a certain woman cast a piece of a mill.
13. 2 And there was a certain man of Zorah
1 Sa. i. i was a certain man of Ramathaim-zophim
2 Sa. 18. 10 a certain man saw (it), and told Joab
i Ki. 20. 35 a certain man of the sons of the propheti
3 Ki. 4. i there cried a certain woman of the wires
CERTAIN 152 CHALDEANS
2 Ki. 8. 6 king appointed unto her a certain officer
Esth. 3. 8 There is a certain people scattered abroad
Dan. 10. 5 behold a certain man clothed in linen
2. A man, v v. ish.
Uen. 38. i and turned in to a certain Adullamite
38. a Judah saw there a daughter of a certain
Judgi9. i there was a certain Levite sojourning on
Esth. 2. 5 there was a certain Jew, whose name (was)
3. -4 man, human being, ItvBpcairos anthropos.
Matt 1 8 23 likened unto a certain king, which would
21. 33 There was a certain householder, which
22. 2 The kingdom of heaven is like unto a cer.
4.0rt, tfj heis.
Matt. 8. 19 a certain scribe came and said unto him
.Mark 1 2. 42 there came a certain poor widow, and she
Luke 5. 12 came to pass, when he was in a certain
5. 17 it came to pass on a certain day, as he
8. 22 it came to pass on a certain day, that ue
5.Any one, any thing, TIS, rt, tis, ti.
Matt2i. 33 There was a [certain] householder, which
Mark 5. 25 [a certain] woman, which had an issue
14. 51 there followed him a certain young man
Luke i. 5 a certain priest named Zacharias, of the
7. 2 a certain centurion s servant, who was
7. 41 There was a certain creditor which had
8. 27 there met him out of the city a certain
10. 25 a certain lawyer stood up, and tempted
10. 31 by chance there came down a certain
o 33 a certain Samaritan, .came where he was
0. 38 he entered into a certain village: and ac.
1. i as he was praying in a certain place
i. 27 a certain woman of the company lifted
1. 37 [a certain] Pharisee besought him to dine
2. 16 The ground of a certain rich man brought
4. 2 there was a certain man before him which
4. 16 A certain man made a great supper, and
15. ii And he said, A certain man had two sons
16. i, 19 There was a certain rich man which
16. 20 tnere was a certain beggar named Lazarus
17. 12 as he entered into a certain village
18. 18 And a certain ruler asked him, saying
18. 35 a certain blind man sat by the way side
19. 12 A certain nobleman went into a far co.
90. 9 [A certain] man planted a vineyard
21. 2 a certain poor widow casting in. .mites
22 56 a certain maid beheld him as he sat by
23. 19 Who for a certain sedition made in the
John 4. 46 there was a certain nobleman, whose son
5. 5 a certain man was there, which had an
Acts 3. 2 a certain man lame from his mother s
5. i a certain man named Ananias, .sold a
5. 2 a certain part, and laid (it) at the apostles
8. 9 there was a certain man called Simon
8. 36 they came unto a certain water : and the
9. 10 there was a certain disciple at Damascus
9. 33 found a certain man named Eneas, whicli
9. 36 there was at Joppa a certain disciple
10. i a certain man in Cesarea called Cornelius
10. ii a certain vessel descending unto him
n. 5 I saw a vision, A certain vessel descend
13. 6 they found a certain sorcerer, a false pr.
14. 8 there sat a certain man at Lystra
16. i behold, a certain disciple was there
16 i [a certain] woman, which was a Jewess
16. 14 And a certain woman named Lydia
16. 16 a certain damsel possessed with a spirit
1 8. 2 And found a certain Jew named Aquila
18. 24 a certain Jew named Apollos . . came to E.
20. 9 there sat in a window a certain young
21. 10 there came down, .a certain prophet
24. i a certain orator (named) Tertullas, who
25. 14 There is a certain man left in bonds by
27. 16 under a certain island which is called
27. 26 we must be cast upon a certain island
27. 39 they discovered a certain creek with a
Rom 15. 26 to make a certain contribution for the
Heb. 4. 7 Again, he limiteth a certain day, saying
10. 27 a certain fearful looking for of judgment
CERTAIN portion
-
A stated thing, n^y amanah.
Neh. ii. 23 certain portion should be for the singers
CERTAIN rate
Matter (amount) of a day, ov "O^ [dabar],
zodi6. 4 the people shall .. gather a certain rate
2 Ch. 8. 13 after a certain rate every day, offering
CERTAIN (man, other, thin;, place.) a
Any one, any thing, TJ, n, tis, ti.
Matt 20. 20 and desiring a certain thing of him
Luke 9 57 as they went in the way, a certain (man)
10. 30 A certain (man) went down from Jer.
13. 6 A certain (man) had a fig tree planted
24. i [came unto the sepulchre . . and certain o ] John ii. i Now a certain (man) was sick, (named)
Acts 18. 7 ; jg. 24; 23. 17 ; Jude 4.
2.Somewhere, -xov pou.
Heb. 2. 6 But one in a certain place testified ; 4. 4.
CERTAINLY
l.Jiut, i]K ok.
Lam. 2. 16 certainly this (i*) the day that we looked
2. But, surely, J:K dken.
Jer. 8. 8 Lo, certainly in vain made he (it)
3. To know, jrv yada.
Gen. 43. 7 could we certainly know that he would
x Sa. 20. 3 Thy father certainly knoweth that I have
so. 9 il I knew certainly that evil were deter.
Jer. 13. 12 Do we not certainly know that every
40. 14 And said. .Dost thou certainly know
42. 19 know certainly that I have admonished
42. 22 know certainly that ye shall die by the
4. That, because, *3 ki.
Exod. 3. 12 And he said, Certainly I will be with thee
5. Being, actually, really, <t>vr<as ontos.
Lukez3. 47 glorified God, saying, Certainly this was
CERTAINTY, for (a) certain
1.7*0 know, be acquainted with, jrv yada.
Josh 23. 13 Know for a certainty that the LORD your
i Ki. 2. 37 thou shalt know for certain that thou
2. 42 Know for a certain, on the day thou
Jer. 26. 15 But know ye for certain, that if ye put
2. Set up, fixed, 3T. yatstsib.
Dan. 2. 8 I know of certainty that ye would gain
3. To be established, right, pa kun, 2.
1 Sa. 23. 23 come ye again to me with the certainty
4. Untripped up, certain, o0-<f>aA^s asphales.
Acts 21. 34 when he could not know the certainty
22. 30 because hewould have known the certainty
^.Certainty, a.ff<f>d\eia asphaleia.
Luke i. 4 That thou mightest know the certainty
CERTIFY, to
1.7*0 say, T?N amar.
Esth. 2. 22
T
Esther certified the king, .in Mordecai s
2. To cause to know, jrv yeda, 5.
Ezra 4. 14 therefore have we sent and certified the
4. 1 6 We certify the king, that if this city be
5. 10 We asked their names also, to certify thee
7. 24 Also we certify you, that, touching any
3. 7"o put before, 13) nagad, 5.
2 Sa. 15. 28 until there come word from you to certify
4. 7*0 make known, cause to know, yvtapifa gnorizo.
Gal. i. ii I certify you, brethren, that the gospel
CHAFED
Bitter, n? mar.
2 Sa. 17. 8 they (be) chafed in their minds, as a bear
CHAFF -
1. Hay, dry grass, vyri chashash.
Isa. 5. 24 and the flame consumeth the chaff
33. ii Ye shall conceive chaff; ye shall bring
2. Chaff, f b mots.
Job 21. 18 as chaff that the storm carrieth away
Psa. i. 4 like the chaff which the wind driyeth
35. 5 Let them be as chaff before the wind
Isa. 17. 13 chased aa the chaff of the mountains
29. 5 and the multitude, .as chaff that passeth
41. 15 and shalt make the hills as chaff
Hos. 13. 3 as the chaff (that) is driven with the
Zeph. 2. 2 (before) the day pass aa the chaff, before
3. Skin, chaff, -ay ur.
Dan. 2. 35 became like the chaff of the summer
4. Straw, j3n teben.
Jer. 23. 28 What (is) the chaff to the wheat? saith
5. Chaff, so called from its loose state, &xvpov.
Matt. 3. 12 will burn up the chaff with unquenchable
Luke 3. 17 chaff he will burn with fire unquenchable
CHAIN -
\.Rracelet, clasp (for the arm), TJJ/Stf etsadah.
Num3i. 50 man hath gotten, of jewels of gold, chains
2. Chain (for arm or neck}, Tien hamnik.
Dan. 5. 7 and (have) a chain of gold about his neck
5. 16 and (have) a chain of gold about thy neck
5. 29 and (put) a chain of gold about his neck
S.Hook, ring (in the nose), nn chach.
Eze. 19. 4 brought him with chains unto the land of
19. 9 they put him in ward in chains, and
4. Brass, namj nechosheth.
Jer. 39. 7 bound him with chains, to carry him to
52. ii the king of Babylon bound him in chains
Lam. 3. 7 he hath made my chain heavy
5. Necklace, pjy. anaq.
Judg. 8. 26 beside the chains that (were) about their
Prov. i. 9 an ornament of grace .. and chains about
Song 4. 9 with one of thine eyes, with one chain of
G.Collar (for the neci&O.Tai rabid.
Gen. 41. 42 and put a gold chain about his neck
Eze. 16. ii bracelets upon thy hands, and a chain on
7. A chain, pifn raltoq.
Eze. 7. 23 Make a chain ; for the land is full of bio.
S.A chain, .Tvn rattuqah.
i Ki. 6. 21 he made a partition by the chains of gold
Q. A little chain or bracelet, ny~!V sharshah.
Exod28. 22 make upon the breastplate chains at the
10. A little chain or bracelet, Tjifqy sharsherah.
Exod28. 14 two chains (of) pure gold at the ends
28. 14 fasten the wreathen chains to the
39. 15 they made upon the breastplate chains
1 Ki. 7. 17 wreaths of chain work, for the chapiters
a Ch. 3. 5 and set thereon palm trees and chains
3. 16 And he made chains, (as) in the oracle
3. 16 pomegranates, and put. .on the chains
11.Bond, rope, chain, oXutris halusis.
Acts 28. 20 hope of Israel I am bound with this chain
2 Ti. i. 1 6 he. .was not ashamed of my chain
Rev. 20. i I saw an angel . . having . . a great chain in
CHAINS
I. Manacles, C pus aziqqim.
Jer. 40. i being bound in chains among all that were
40. 4 I louse thee this day from the chains
2. Manacles, C j?t ziqqim.
Psa. 149. 8 To bind their kings with chains, and
Isa. 45. 14 in chains they shall come over, and they
> ah. 3. 10 all her great men were bound in chains
3. String of ornaments, D TTVj charuzim.
Song i. 10 thy neck with chains (of gold)
4.ar drops or pendants, n E p} netiphoth.
Isa. 3. 19 The chains, and the bracelets, and the
5. Chain, njj Jri rattiqah.
i Ki. 6. 21 by the chains of gold before the oracle
Q.Chain, rtiprn rethitqoth.
Isa. 40. 19 over with gold, and casteth silver chains
7.Bonds, bands, nnyis kosharoth.
Psa. 68. 6 he bringeth out those . . bound with chains
8.( Unloosed) chain, SAu<ns halusis.
Mark 5. 3 could bind him, no, not with chains
5. 4 been often bound with fetters and rhains
5. 4 the chains had been plucked asunder
Luke 8. 29 and he was kept bound with chains
Acts 12. 6 between two soldiers, bound with . .chains
12. 7 And his chains fell off from (his) hands
21. 33 commanded, . to be bound >\ith two chains
9.Band, bond, Starts desmos.
Jude 6 hath reserved in everlastingchains, under
10. Cord, rope, atipd seira.
2 Pe. 2. 4 delivered (them) into [chains] of darkness
[See Compass about as a chain].
CHAINS, wreathen
Thick bands, rnrcj?. [aboth].
Excdsg. T 7 Put tn^ two wreathen chains of gold in
39. 18 the two ends of the two wreathen chains
CHALCEDONY
.1 gem (like a cornelian], ^aKK^tav chalkediin.
Rev. 21. 19 the third, [a chalcedony] ; the fourth, an
CHAL -COL, CAL -COL, *73^3 sustaining.
A son of Mahol whose offspring were noted for their
wisdom, B.C. 1015.
i Ki. 4. 31 he was wiser than. .Heman, and C., and
1 Ch. 2. 6 the sons of Zerah.. Heman, and C., and
CHAL-DE -A, O -ifJ, yfi XaASatwy.
The southern portion of Babylonia. In the common
version it is used, however, for the Hebrew Kandiin or
Chaldeans, the term -which designates the inhabitants
of the entire country. The native term is Kaldi or
Kaldai, not Casdim. Hence the name C haldea haa
been connected with the city Kaluadha, the Chilmad
of Eze. 27. 23.
Jer. 50. 10 And C. shall be a spoil, .saith the LORD
51. 24 I will render . . to all the inhabitants of C,
51. 35 My blood upon the inhabitants of C.
Eze. ii. 24 brought me in a vision, .into C.
16. 29 hast, .multiplied, .fornication, .unto C.
23. 15 after the manner of the Babylonians of C.
23. 16 she. .sent messengers unto them into C.
CHAL-DE ANS, CHAL DEES, C"PJ, XaAScuoi.
Tn Scripture this people appears till the captivity as
the inhabitants of the country which had Babylon for
its capital, and is itself called Shinar. While this
meaning is still found in the book of Daniel (5. 30 and
9. i), a new acceptation shows itself. They are classed
with astronomers and magicians, and form a class who
have a peculiar "tongue" and "learning," and are
consulted by the king on difficult subjects. Berosus,
the native historian, himself a Chaldean in the narrower
sense, uses the term in the wider one only ; while
Herodotus, Diodorns, Strabo and later writers almost
universally employ it to signify a sect, regarding them
chiefly as priests or philosophers. Hence tlie Chaldeans
were regarded as the inhabitants of a particular part
of Babylonia, the country bordering on the Persian
Gulf and on Arabia. The Kaldi or Kaldai were merely
one of the Cushite tribes that lived on the great alluvinl
plain known as Babylonia or Chaldaea. Their seat was
most likely the southern portion of the country which
has so late retained the name of Chaldea. Here w.-is
"Ur of the Chaldees," the modern JfwgAefr, which lies
S. of the Euphrates, near its junction with the Shal-ethie.
That they were a Cushite race is proved by the
remains of their language, which closely resembles the
Galla or ancient language of Ethiopia, the learned
language for scientific and religious literature
Gen. , , . 2g And Haran died . . in Ur of the C.
ii 7i went forth with them from I r of the C.
15. 7 I. .brought thee out of Ur of the C
Ki. 24 2 the LORD sent against him bands of the C.
25. 4 the C. (were) against the city round
25. 5 the army of the C. pursued after the
25. 10 all the army of the C. brake do n the
25. 13 and the brasen sea. .did the < ) Teak in
25. 24 Fear not to be the servants of the C.
25. 25 Ishmael .. smote Gedaliah. .nud the C.
25. 26 Egypt ; for they were afraid of the C.
2 Ch. 36. 17 brought upon them the king of the C.
Ezra 5. 12 Nebuchadnezzar., king of Babylon, the C
Neh. 9. 7 broughtest him forth out of Ur of the C.
Job i 17 The C. made out three bands, and fell
Isa. 13. 19 And Babylon, .the beauty of the C.
23. 13 Behold the land of the C. ; this people
43. 14 I have sent . . and . . brought down . the C.
47. i no throne, O daughter of th C. : for
CHALK STONE 153 CHANGE
Isa. 47. 5 Sit thou silent.. O daughter of the C.
48. 14 and his arm (shall be on) the 0.
48. 20 Go ye forth . . flee ye from the C.
Jer. 21. 4 weapons, .wherewith ye fight against. .C.
21. 9 he that goeth out, and falleth to the C.
22. 25 will give thee into the hand of. .the C.
24. 5 whom I have sent, .into the land of the C.
25. 12 I will punish, .the land of the C.
32. 4 shall not escape out of the hand of the C.
32. 5 though ye fight with the C., ye shall not
32.24,25, 43 is given into the hand of the C.
32. 28 gfve this city into the hand of the 0.
32. 29 the C. . .shall come and set fire on this
33. 5 They come to fight with the C., but (it is)
35. ii let us go. .for fear of the army of the C.
37. 5 when the C. . .heard tidings of them, they
37. 8 the C. shall come again, and fight against
37. 9 Thft.0. shall surely depart from us
37. 10 had smitten the whole army of the C.
37. ii when the army of the C. was broken up
37. 13 saying, Thou fallest away to the C.
37. 14 (It is) false ; I fall not away to the C.
38. 2 he that goeth forth to the C. shall live
38. 18 this city be given into the hand of the C.
38. 19 the Jews that are fallen to the C.
38. 23 they shall bring, .thy children to the C.
39 5 ButtheC. sarmypursuedafterthem.and
39. 8 And the C. burned the king s house, and
40. 9 saying, Fear not to serve the C.
40. 10 I will dwell at Mizpah, to serve the C.
41 3 Ishmael. .slew, .the C. that were found
41. 18 Because of the C.; for they were afraid
43. 3 to deliver us into the hand of the C.
50. i LORD spake, .against the land of the C.
50. 8 go forth out of the land of the C.
50. 25 work of. .God. .in the land of the C.
50. 35 A sword (IB) upon the C., saith the LORD
50. 45 purposed against the land of the C.
51. 4 slain shall fall in the land of the C.
31. 54 destruction from the land of the C.
52. 7 the C. (were) by the city round about
52. 8 the army of the C. pursued after the king
52. 14 the army of the C. . .brake down . .walls
52. 17 and the brasen sea. .the C. brake, and
Eze. i. 3 in the land of the C., by the river Chebar
12. 13 will bring him to. .the land of the C.
23. 14 images of the C. pourtrayed with vermil.
23. 23 The Babylonians, and all the C., Pekod
Dan. i. 4 they might teach . .the tongue of the C.
2. 2 the king commanded to call, .the C., for
2. 4 Then spake the C. to the king in Syriac
2. 5 The king answered and said to the C.
2. 10 The C. answered before the king, and
2. 10 no king, .asked such things at any. .C.
3. 8 at that time certain C. came near, and
4. 7 Then came in the magicians, .the C., and
5. 7 The king cried aloud to bring, .the C.
5. ii master of the magicians. .C., (and) sooth.
5. 30 that night was. .the king of the C. slain
9. i Darius . . was made king over . . the C.
Hab. i . 6 For, lo, I raise up the C , (that) bitter and
Acts 7. 4 came he out of the land of the C.
CHALK STONE
Lime stone, na ]?x eben gir.
Isa. 27. 9 all the stones of the altar as chalk-stones
CHALLENGE, to
To say, iox amar.
Exod22. g which (another) challengeth to be his
CHAMBER
\.Inner chamber, enclosed place, Tin cJieder.
Gen. 43. 30 he entered into (his) chamber, aniJ wept
Judg. 3. 24 covereth his feet in his summer chamber
15. i I will go in to my wife into the chamber
1 6. 9 abiding with her in the chamber
16. 12 liers in wait abiding in the chamber
2 Sa. 13. 10 Bring the meat into the chamber, that
13. 10 and brought (them) into the chamber
i Ki. i. 15 went in unto the king into the chamber
Job 9. 9 Which maketh . . the chambers of the south
Psa. 105. 30 forth frogs . . in the chambers . . their kings
Prov. 7. 27 going down to the chambers of death
24. 4 by knowledge shall the chambers be filled
Song i. 4 King hath brought me into his chambers
3. 4 the chamber of her that conceived me
Isa. 26. 20 Come . . enter thou into thy chambers
Eze. 8.12 every man in the chambers of his imagery
Joel 2. 16 the bridegroom go forth of his chamber
2. A covering, bridal canopy, nsn chuppah.
Psa. 19. 5 a bridegroom coming out of his chamber
3. Chamber, yif^ jtts; yatsua, yatsia.
1 Ki. 6. 5 against the wall . . he built chambers
6. 6 The nethermost chamber (was) five cubits
6. 10 he built chambers against all the house
4. Lodging place, nrph lishkah.
2 Ki. 23. ii by the chamber of Xathan-melech
1 Ch. 9. 26 these Levites. . .were over the chambers
9. 33 Levites, (who remaining) in the chambers
23. 28 in the courts, and in the chambers
28. 12 of all the chambers round about
2 Ch. 31.11 Hezekiah commanded to prepare chamb.
Ezra 8. 29 the chambers of the house of the LORD
10. 6 Ezra rose . . and went into the chamber
Neh. 10. 37 the chambers of the house of our God
10. 38 to the chambers, int the treasure house
10. 39 bring .the oil, unto the chambers, where
13. 4 the chamber of the house of our God
13. 5 he had prepared for him a great chamber
si. 81 cast forth all. .out of the chamber
Neh. 13. 9 they cleansed the chambers; and thither
Jer. 35. 3 bring them, .into one of the chambers
35. 4 into the chamber of the sons of llanau
35. 4 which (was) by the chamber of the princes
35. 4 which (was) above the chamb. ofMaasefuh
36. 10 chamber of Gemariah the son of Shaphan
36. 12 Then he went, .into the scribe s chamber
36. 20 they laid up the roll in the chamber of
36. 21 he took it out of. .the scribe s chamber
Eze. 40. 17 lo, (there were) chambers, and a pavement
40. 17 thirty chambers(were)upon the pavement
40. 38 the chambers and the entries thereof
40. 44 without the inner gate(were)the chambers
40. 45 This chamber, .(is) for the priests, the
40. 46 the chamber, .toward the north (is) for
41. 10 between the chambers (was) the wideness
42. i he brought me into the chamber that
42. 4 before the chambers (was) a walk of ten
42. 5 Now the upper chambers (were) shorter
42. 7 the wall, .over against the chambers
42. 7 toward the outer court, .of the chambers
42. 8 the chambers that (were) in the outer
42. 9 under these chambers (was) the entry on
42. 10 The chambers (were) in the thickness of
42. ii like the appearance of the chambers
42. 12 according to the doors of the chambers
42. 13 north chambers (and) the south chambers
42. 13 before the. .place, they (be) holy chambers
44. 19 and lay them in the holy chambers, and
45. 5 for a possession for twenty chambers
46. 19 he brought me. .into the holy chambers
5.Lodging place, njS j nishkah.
Neh. 3. 30 son of Berechiah over against his chamber
12. 44 some appointed over the chambers for
13. 7 in preparing him a chamber in the courts
6. Loft, upper room, ri hy. aliyyah.
2 Sa. 18. 33 And the king, .went up to the chamber
1 Ki. 1 7. 23 Elijah . . brought him . . out of the chamber
2 Ki. 4. 10 Let us make a little chamber, I pray thee
4. ii and he turned into the chamber, and lay
Psa. 104. 3 Who layeth the beams of his chambers
104. 13 He wateretlrthe hills from his chambers
Jer. 22. 13 Woe unto him thatbuildeth. .chambers
22. 14 I will build me. .large chambers, and
7. Loft, upper room, n^y illith.
Dan. 6. 10 his windows being open in his chamber
8. Side chamber, rib, yhy tsela.
i Ki. 6. 5 And. .he made chambers round about
6. 8 The door for the middle chamber (was)
9. Marked offplace, NFI ta.
1 Ki. 14. 28 brought them back into, .guard chamber
2 Ch.i2. ii brought them again into, .guard chamber
CHAMBER, inner
Chamber in a chamber, Tin? Tin [cheder].
1 Ki. 20. 30 Ben-hadad. .came, .into an inner chamber
22. 25 thou shalt go into an inner chamber to
2 Ki. 9. 2 Jehu, .carry him to an inner chamber
2 Ch.iS. 24 thou shalt go into an inner chamber to
CHAMBER, little
Place marked off, up ta.
Eze. 40. 7 (every) little chamber (was) one reed
40. 7 between the little chambers (were) five
40. 10 the little chambers of the gate eastward
40. 12 the little chambers (was) one cubit
40. 12 the little chambers (were) six cubits on
40. 13 roof of (one) little chamber to the roof of
40. 1 6 narrow windows to the little chambers
40. 21 the little chambers, .(were) three on this
verses 29, 33, 36 the little chambers, .and the posts
CHAMBER, secret
Place cut off, store room, Ta.fj.tiov tameion.
Matt 24. 26 behold, .(he is) in the secret chambers
CHAMBER, side
Side chamber, rib, y?y tsela.
Eze. 41. 5 the breadth of (every) side chamber four
41. 6 And the side chambers (were) three, one
41. 6 the house for the side chambers round
41. 7 a winding about, .to the side chambers
41. 8 the foundations of the side chambers
41. 9 wall, which (was) for the side chamber
41. 9 the place of the side chambers that (were)
41. ii the doors of the side chambers (were)
41. 26 (upon) the side chambers of the house
CHAMBER, upper
I. Loft, upper chamber, n;^. aliyyah.
2 Ki. i. 2 through a lattice mi his upper chamber
23. 12 altars, .on the top of the upper chamber
1 Ch. 28. 1 1 and of the upper chambers thereof, and
2 Ch. 3. 9 he overlaid the upper chambers with
2. Upper chamber, virtpfov hupervon.
Acts 9. 37 they laid (her) in an upper chamber
Q. 39 they brought him into the upper chamber
20. 8 there were many lights, .upper chamber
CHAMBERING
Place for lying, couch, KOITTJ koite.
Rom 13. 13 Let us walk honestly, .not in chambering
CHAMBERLAIN
l.Euniich, officer, D"?j saris.
2 Ki. 23. ii by the chamber of. .the chamberlain
Esth. i. 10 the seven chamberlains that served in
i. 12 commandment by (his) chamberlains
1.15 the king Ahasuerus by the chamberlains ?
Esth. 2. 3 the custody of Hege the king s chamber.
2. 14 to the custody of. .the king s chamber.
2. 15 what, .thekiug schamberlaiu. .appointed
2. 21 two of the king s chamberlains, Bigthan
4. 4 Esther s maids and her chamberlains
4. 5 Hatach, (one) of the king s chamberlains
6. 2 Bigthana. .two of the king s chamberlains
6. 14 came the king s chamberlains, and hasted
7. 9 Harbonah, one of the chamberlains, said
2.0neoverthecouch,firlruv KoiTtavosepitoukoitdnos,
Acts 12. 20 having made Blastus . . king s chamberlain
3. House ruler, steward, oiKov6fj.os oikonomos.
Rom 16. 23 Erastus the chamberlain of the city
CHAMELEON
Cliameleon, a kind of lizard, r.3 koach.
Lev. ii. 30 the chameleon, and the lizard, and the
CHAMOIS
Giraffe (the prunnea,} Tat zemer.
Deut 14. 5 pygarg, and the wild ox and the chamois
CHAMPAIGN
Plain, waste, desert, nyiy. arabah.
Deut 1 1. 30 dwell in the champaign over against
CHAMPION
1. Mighty one, TI23 gibbor.
i Sa. 17. 51 when the Philistines saw their champion
2.Man ofintervention (?), C .&rrv tt ish hab-lenayim.
i Sa. 17. 4 there went out a champion out of. .camp
17. 23 there came up the champion, .out of the
CHA-NA -AN, Xavadv, See Canaan.
Acts 7. ii came a dearth over, .the land of. .C.
13. 19 he. .destroyed seven nations in. .C.
CHANCE
I. Chance, accident, nnp? miqreh.
1 Sa. 6. 9 it (was) a chance (that) happened to us
2. Occurrence, J?3 pega.
Eccl. 9. ii but time and chance happeneth to them
3. Concurrence, ffvyKvpia suykuria.
Luke 10. 31 by chance there came down a certain
CHANCE, to
To meet, happen, N~ji3 qara, 2.
Deut 22. 6 If a bird s nest chance to be before thee
CHANCE, by
To meet, N"3J5 qara, 2.
2 Sa. i. 6 As I happened by chance upon mount
CHANCE, it may
If it may be so, et rvxi ei tuchoi.
1 Co. 15. 37 it may chance of wheat, or of some other
CHANCELLOR
Master of counsel, taste, reason, Djttp "7V.3 beel teem.
Ezra 4. 8 Rehum the chancellor and Shimshai the
4. 9 Then (wrote) Rehum the chancellor, and
4. 17 sent. .king, .unto Rehum the chancellor
CHANGE
\.A change, HE ^n chaliphah.
Gen. 45. 22 To all .. he gave each . . changes of raiment
45. 22 to Benjamin he gave, .five changes of
Judgi4. 12 I will give you. .thirty change of garment
14. 13 then shall ye give me. .thirty change of
14. 19 took their spoil, and gave change of gar.
2 Ki. 5. 5 and took with him., ten changes of raim.
5. 22 a talent of silver, and two changes of
5. 23 two bags, with two changes of garments
Job 10. 17 changes and war (are) against me
14. 14 will I wait, till my change come
Psa. 55. 19 Because they have no changes, therefore
2.Change, exchange, .TTSJ? temurah.
Lev. 27. 33 it and the change thereof shall be holy
3. A change, putting after, /uLfrdOrffis metathesis.
Heb. 7. 12 there is made of necessity a change also
CHANGE, to
I. To change, turn, ^srr haphak.
Jer. 13. 23 Can the Ethiopian change his skin, or
2.To change, ^Si dialaph.
Isa. 24. 5 because they., changed the ordinance
Hab. i. ii Then shall (his) mind change, andhe shall
3. To change, ^n chalaph, 3.
Gen. 41. 14 changed his raiment, and came in unto
2 Sa. 12. 20 changed his apparel, and came into the
4. To change, ^n chalaph, 5.
Gen. 31. 7 your father hath . . changed my wages ten
31. 41 thou hast changed my wages ten times
35. 2 be clean, and change your garments
Psa. 102. 26 as a vesture shalt thou change them, and
Isa. 9. 10 but we will change (them into) cedars
5.To change, exchange, 15; yamar, f>.
Jer. 2. ii hath a nation changed (their) gods, which
6. To change, exchange, I D mur, 5.
Lev. 27. 10 He shall not alter it, nor change it, a
27. 10 if he shall at all change beast for bea.st
27. 33 good or bad, neither shall he change it-
27. 33 if he change it at all, then both it <fc the
Psa. 15. 4 (He that) sweareth . . and changeth not
106. 20 changed their glory into the similitude
Jer. 2. ii my people have changed their glory for
Hos. 4. 7 (therefore) will I change their glory into
Mic. 2. 4 he hath changed the portion of my people
20

7. To change, rebel, rrj2 marah, 5.
Eze. 5 6 she hath changed my judgments into
8. To put round, 239 sabab, f>.
2 Ki 24. 17 the king of Babylon, .changed his name
9. To put, pla<:c, set, c;fe( sum.
Job 17.12 They change the night into day : the light
10. To double, alter, Kjy* sh tna, 3.
2 Ki. 25 29 And changed his prison garments
11. To double, alter, Kj5* shena, 5.
Dan. 2. 21 he chanfreu) the times and the seasons
7 25 and thiuk to change times and laws
12. To double, alter, K}? sliena, 3.
Dan. 3 28 trusted in him, and luive changed the
13. To be changed, ttjV shena, 4.
Dan. 7 28 ami my countenance changed in me
14. To change, alter, nj^ shanah.
Mai 3. 6 For I (am) the LORD, I change not
15. To change, alter, n$ shanah, 3.
i Sa 21 13 he chauged his behaviour Itefore them
Job 14. 20 thou chaugest his countenance, and
Psa 34 i title. David, when he changed his
Jer 2 36 Why gaddest . .about so much to change
52 33 changed his prison garments : and he
16. To make other, alter, dAAoTTco allatto.
Acts 6 14 and shall change the customs which Mo.
Rom i 23 chauged the glory of the uncorruptible
1 Co. 15 51 n. >t all sleep, but we shall all be changed
15 52 In a moment, .and we shall be changed
Gal. 4 20 I desire to be present . . and to change my
Heb. i 12 And as a vesture .. they shall be changed
17. To alter afterward, fj.fra\\drr<e metallatto.
Rom. i. 25 Who changed the truth of God into a lie
i. 26 for even their women did change the
18. To make of another form, /j.fraa x nfJ-ari^ta.
Phil. 3. 21 Who shall change our vile body, that it
Ifl. To put or place afterward, fji(rari6-n/j.i.
Heb. 7 12 the priesthood being changed, there is
CHANGE one s mind, to
To cast over, turii about, /x6To^aAA.o metaballo.
Acts 28 6 they changed their minds, and said that
CHANGE, to be given to
To alter, change, njy shanah.
Pro\ 24 21 meddle not with them, .given to change
CHANGED, to be
1.7*0 be turned, -5.7 haphak, 2.
Lev. 13. 16 raw flesh turn again, and be chauged
2. To change, fie changed, l*?n chalaph.
Psa 102. 26 change them, and they shall be changed
3.7*0 disguise oneself, bfiri chajihas, 7.
Job 30. 18 By. .(my disease) is my garment changed
4.7*0 be chanrjfd, ma mi .r, 2.
Jer. 48. ii his taste . .and his scent is not changed
5.7*1) be caused to turn round, 355 sabab, 6.
Nuni32. 38 Baal-meon, their names being changed
6.7*0 be changed, altered, K$ shana.
Lam. 4. i (how) is the most fine gold changed ! the
7. 7*o be changed, altered, tt$ shana, 4.
Eccl. 8. i the boldness of his face shall be changed
8. To be changed, altered, K}y> shena.
Dan. 3. 27 neither were their coats changed, nor the
5 6 the king s countenance was changed
5. 9 his countenance was changed in him
6. 17 that the purpose might not be changed
9. 7*0 be changed, altered, Kjy shena, 3.
Dan. 4 16 Let his heart be changed from mans
10. 7*o be changed, altered, K}?
1 shena, 4.
Dan 2. 9 before me, till the time be changed
3. 19 the form of his visage was changed
5. 10 nor let thy countenance be chauged
11.7*0 change, alter, K)y shena, 5.
Dan. 6. 8 sign the writing, that it be not changed
6. 15 no decree nor statute, .may be changed
12. To change one s form, /ieTa^op^doyuoi.
2 Co. 3. 1 8 chauged into the same image from glory
CHANGER (of money), changing
A small coin dealer, Ko\\v/3i(TTris kollubistes.
John 2. 15 poured out the changers money, and over.
Money-changer, Ktp/j.ariffT-fis kermatistes,^o.2.l^.
A ch>iii jf, exchange, rrran temurah.
Ruth 4. 7 concerning redeeming, and .. changing
3HANNEL
\.Cavity, p EX aphiq.
3 Sa. 22. 16 And the channels of the sea appeared
Psa. 18. 15 Then the channels of waters were seen
Isa. 8. 7 he shall come up over all his channels
2. Flood, stream, n^3? shibboleth.
Isa. 27. 12 the LORD shall beat off from the channel
CHANT, to
7"o part, separate, sing aloud, EIJ parat.
Amos 6. 5 That chant to the sound of the viol
CHAPEL
Sanctuary, holy place, enjpp miqdash.
Amos 7. 1 3 at Bethel : for it (is; the king chapel
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CHAPITER -
I. Crown, rnna kothercth.
1 Ki. 7. 16 he made two chapiters (of) molten brass
7. 16 the height of the one chapiter (was) five
7. 16 the height of the other chapiter (was) rive
7. 17 the chapiters which (were) upon the top
7 17 the one chapiter, .for the other chapiter
7. 1 8 one net work, to cover the chapiters that
7. 18 and so did he for the other chapiter
7. 19 the chapiters that (were) upon the top
7 20 And the chapiters upon the two pillars
7 20 rows round about upon the. .chapiter
7. 3 i the mouth of it within the chapiter
j. 41 and the two bowls of the chapiters
7. 41 to cover the (two} bowls of the chapiters
7. 42 to cover the two bowls of the chapiters
2 Ki.25 17 and the chapiter upon it (was) brass
25. 17 the height of the chapiter three cubits
23 17 pomegranates upon the chapiter
2 Ch. 4 12 the chapiters (which were) on the top of
4 12 cover the two pommels of the chapiters
4. 13 cover the two pommels of the chapiters
Jer. 52 22 a chapiter of brass (was) upon it ; and
52 22 the height of one chapiter (was) five cub.
52. 22 and pomegranates upon the chapiters
2.Cnpital, nss tsepheth.
2 Ch. 3. 15 the chapiter that (was) on the top of each
3. Head, top, irso rosh.
Exod36. 38 he overlaid their chapiters . . with gold
38. 17 the overlaying of their chapiters (of) sil.
38. 19 the overlaying of their chapiters, .(of) sil.
38. 28 overlaid their chapiters, and filleted
CHAPMAN
A travelling merchant, "U?
B>UJK enosh tar.
2 Ch. 9. 14 Besides (that which) chapman and merch.
CHAPT, to be
To lie brought dovm, nnn chathath.
Jer. 14. 4 the ground is chapt, for there was no raiu
CHA-RA -SHIM, C ^ID craftsmen.
A place founded by Joab, a man of Judah and of the
family of Othniel, and reinhabited by Benjamites after
the exile. It was at the back of the plain of Sharon,
E. of Jaffa.
i Ch. 4. 14 Joab, the father of the valley of C.
Neh. ii. 35 Lod, and Ono, the valley of Craftsmen
CHARCHEMISH. Kee CARCHEMISH.
CHARGE
1 . Hand, T yad.
Xuni3i. 49 men of war which (are) under our charge
2. Charge, thing to be watched, rnc?>p mishmereth,
Gen. 26. s obeyed my voice, and kept my charge
Lev. 8. 35 keep the charge of the LORD, that ye die
Num. i. 53 keep the charge of the tabernacle of test.
3. 7 shall keep his charge, and the charge of
3. 8 they shall keep . . the charge ofthe children
3. 25 the charge of the sons of Gershon in the
3. 28 keeping the charge of the sanctuary
3. 31 their charge (shall be) the ark, and the
3. 32 that keep the charge of the sanctuary
3. 36 (under) the custody and charge of the sons
3. 38 Aaron and his sons, keeping the charge
3. 38 for the charge of the children of Israel
4. 27 appoint unto them in charge all their
4. 28 their charge (shall be) under the hand of
4. 31 And this (is) the charge of their burden
4. 32 reckon the instruments of the charge of
8. 26 to keep the charge, and shall do no serv.
8. 26 do unto the Levites touching their charge
9. 19 the children of Israel kept the charge
9. 23 they kept the charge of the LORD, at the
18. 3 they shall keep thy charge, and the charge
1 8. 4 keep the charge of the tabernacle of the
1 8. 5 keep the charge of. .and the charge of
18. 8 I also have.giveu thee the charge of
31. 30 which keep the charge of the tabernacle
31. 47 which kept the charge of the tabernacle
Deut ii. i keep his charge, and his statutes, and
Josh. 22. 3 have kept, .charge of the commandment
i Ki. 2. 3 And keep the charge of the LORD thy God
1 Ch. 9. 27 because the charge (was) upon them, and
23. 32 And that they should keep the charge of
23. 32 and the charge of. . and the charge of
2 Ch. 8. 14 he appointed . . Levites to their charges
13. ii for we keep the charge of the LORD our
31. 16 in their charges according to their courses
31. 17 in their charges by their courses
35. 2 And he set the priests in their charges
Eze. 40. 45 the keepers of the charge of the house
40. 46 the keepers of the charge of the altar
44. 8 ye have not kept the charge of mine holy
44. 8 ye have set keepers of my charge in
44. 14 I will make them keepers of the charge of
44. 15 kept the charge of my sanctuary when
44. 1 6 and they shall keep my charge
48. ii which have kept my charge, which went
Zech. 3. 7 and if thou wilt keep my charge, then
3. Judgment, npspo mishpat.
i Ki. 4. 28 every man according_to his charge
4. Burden, ^o seM.
i Ki. ii. 28 he made him ruler over all the charge of
5. Oversight, "^ij? pequddah.
Eze. 44. ii (having) charge at the gates of the house
6. Provision, si/?v/??V.<, btytaviov opsdnion.
i Cor. 9. 7 Whogoeth a warfare, .at his own charges
CHARGE
7. Private or extra message, irapayye\iaparay<jelia
Acts 16. 24 Who, having received such a charge
1 Ti. i. 18 This charge i commit unto thee, sou Tim.
CHARGE, to
1 . To say, iX amar.
Neh. 13. 19 and charged that they should not be
2. To give, JO} nathan.
Neh. 10. 32 to charge ourselves yearly with the third
Job i. 22 Job sinned not, nor charged God foolishly
3. To give a testimony, "iiy ud, 5.
Exodig. 21 LORD said. .Godown, charge the people
19. 23 thou chargedst us, saying, Set bounds
4. To give an oversight, "ijj? paqad.
Gen. 40. 4 And the captain of the guard charged
2 Sa. 3. 8 that thou charges! me to-day with a fault
2 Ch. 36. 23 he hath charged me to build him an house
Ezra i. 2 he hath charged me to build him an house
5. To command, charge, rny tsarah, 3.
Gen. a6. n Abimelech charged all (his) people, saying
28. i blessed him, and charged him, ami said
49. 29 he charged them, and said unto them
Exod i. 22 Pharaoh charged all his people, saying
Deut. i. 16 I charged your judges at that time, say
3. 28 But charge Joshua, and encourage him
27. ii Moses charged the people the same day
Josh 18. 8 Joshua charged them . .went to describe
Ruth 2. 9 have I not charged the young men that
2 Sa. ii. 19 And charged the messenger, saying
18. 12 for in our hearing the king charged thee
1 Ki 2. i and he charged Solomon his son, saying
2. 43 the commandment that I have charged
13. 9 so was it charged me by the word of the
2 Ki. 17. 15 (concerning) whom the LORD had charged
1 Ch. 22. 6 charged him to build an house for the
22. 13 which the LORD charged Moses with
2 Ch. 19. 9 he charged them, saying, Thus shall ye
Esth. 2. 10 Mordecai had charged her that she should
2. 20 her kindred . . as Mordecai had charged
4. 8 to charge her that she should go iu unto
Jer. 32. 13 And I charged Baruch before them, say.
35. 8 all that he hath charged us, to drink no
6. To put, place, 01b sum.
Job 4. 18 and his angels he charged with folly
7. To cause to swear, yyy shaba, 5.
Song 2. 7 I charge you, O ye daughters of Jerusa.
3. 5 I charge you, O ye daughters of Jerusa.
5. 8 I charge you, O daughters of Jerusalem
5. 9 thy beloved . . that thou dost so charge us ?
8. 4 I charge you, daughters of Jerusalem
8. To testify thoroughly, Siafj.apTvpofj.at diamarturo.
1 Ti. 5. 21 I charge (thee) before God, and the Lord
2 Ti. 2. 14 charging (them) before the Lord that they
4. i I charge (thee). .before God, and the Lord
9. To charge thoroughly, Staffrf\\ofj.aidiastellomai.
Matt 16. 20 Then [charged] he his disciples that they
Mark 5. 43 he charged them straitly that no man
7. 36 he charged them that they should tell no
7. 36 the more he charged them, so much the
8. 15 he charged them, saying, Take heed
9. 9 he charged them that they should tell no
W.To charge, arrange about, litna.aa<a epitass j.
Mark 9. 25 I charge thee, come out of him, and
\\.To put weight upon, ^TriTi/j.dca epitimao.
Matt ,12. 16 charged them that they should not make
Mark 3. 12 charged them that they should not make
8. 30 he charged them that they should tell no
10. 48 charged him that he should hold his
12. To give in charge, eWeAAo/ucu entellomai.
Matt 17. 9 Jesus charged them, saying, Tell the
13. To testify, naprvptofjiai martureomai.
i Th. 2. 1 1 comforted and [charged] every one of you
14. To adjure, opKifa horkizo.
i Th. 5. 27 I [charge] . . by the Lord that this epistle
15. To tell apart, beside, Trapayyf\\<al)araijgell5.
Luke 5. 14 he charged him to tell no man : but go
8. 56 charged them that they should tell no
Acts 16. 23 charging the jailor to keep them safely
23. 22 and charged .. tell no man that thou hast
i Ti. i. 3 that thou mightest charge some that they
6. 17 Charge them that are rich in this world
CHARGE straitly, to
1. To charge strictly, ffj.@pi/j.dofj.ai embrimaomai.
Matt. 9. 30 and Jesus straitly charged them, saying
Mark i. 43 he straitly charged him, and forthwith
2. To put a loeight upon, eiririfj.d(a epitimao.
Luke 9. 21 straitly charged them, and commanded
CHARGE, without, to be at
1. Without expense, dtidiravos adapanos.
1 Co. 9. 18 I may make the gospel .. without charge
2.7"o spend, Sairavdw dapanao.
Acts 21. 24 be at charges with them, that they may
CHARGE, to appoint to have the
To give the oversight, np? paqad, 5.
2 Ki. 7. 17 appointed the lord, .to have the charge of
CHARGE, to give (a)
1. To give an oversight, ipp paqad.
Job 34. i j Who hath given him a charge over the
CHARGE 155 CHARMER
2.T0 command, niy tsavah, 3.
Gen. 28. 6 as he blessed him, he gave him a charge
Exod. 6. 13 gave them a charge unto the children of
Nuni27. 19 and gave him a charge in their sight
27. 23 gave him a charge ; as the LORD command.
Deut 31. 14 call Joshua, .that I may give him a charge
31. 23 lie gave Joshua the son of Nun a charge
1 Ch.22. 12 and give thee charge concerning Israel
2 Sa. 14. 8 Go to thine house, and I will give charge
1 8. 5 when the king gave all the captains charge
Neh. 7. 2 gave my brother. . charge over Jerusalem
Psa. 01. ii For he shall give his angels charge over
Isa. 10. 6 against the people . . I give him a charge
Jer. 39. ii Nebuchadrezzar, .gave charge concern.
47. 7 the LOKD hath given it a charge against
S.To give charge, eVreAAo/uai entellomai.
Matt. 4. 6 He shall give his angels charge concern.
Luke 4. 10 He shall give his angels charge over thee
4. To tell apart, beside, ira.payy\\<a pardffgellS.
i Ti. 6. 13 I give thee charge in the sight of God
CHARGE, to give in
To (ell beside, announce, irapayy (\\<a paraygello.
i Ti. 5 7 And these things give in charge, that
CHARGE of or over, to have the
1. To be over, tlpl tiri eimi epi.
Acts 8 27 who had the charge of all her treasure
2.[Be] oxer, Vj; al.
1 Ch. 9. 28 And (certain) of them had the charge of
3. Inspectors, nnjja pequddoth.
Eze. 9 i Cause them that have charge over the
4, Inspector, overseer, "V\)$paqid.
Jer 52. 25 which had the charge of the men of war
CHARGE, (to)lay to one s
\.To give in the heart of, Tip,? |rn nathan be-qereb.
Deut 21. sluyiiot. unto thypeople of Israel s charge
2. To ask, demand, VNif shoal.
Psa. 35. ii they laid to my charge . .that I knew not
3. To call in against, tyKa.\fia Kara, efjkalefj kata.
Rom 8. 33 Who shall lay any thing to the charge of
4.A calling in (to court), charge, eyK\rjua eyklema.
Acts 23. 29 to have nothing laid to his charge worthy
5. To set, place, larri/j.i histe/ni.
Acts 7. 60 Lord, lay not this sin to their charge
6. To reckon, \oyi^o/j.ai logizomai.
2 Ti 4. 16 it may not be laid to their charge
CHARGE by or with an oath, to
To cause to swear, yyp shaba, 5.
Num. 5. 19 the priest shall charge her by an oath
5. 21 priest shall charge the woman with an o.
1 Sa 14 27 lather charged the people with the oath
14. 28 straitly charged the people with an oath
CHARGEABLE (to), to be
1. To be heavy, "133 kabed.
2 Sa. 13. 25 lest we be chargeable unto thee
2. To make heavy, 133 kabed, 5.
Neh. 515 the former governors, .were chargeable
3. To put a burden upon, iiri&ap4a epibareo.
2 Th. 3. 8 that we might not be chargeable to any
4. To become torpid or heavy against, KarafapKtoi.
2 Co. ii 9 when I was present. .1 was chargeable to
CHARGEABLE unto, to be -
To put a burden or weight upon, eirifiapeca.
i Th. 2. 9 we would not be chargeable unto any of
CHARGED, to be
1. To command, niy tsavah, 3.
i Ki. 13. 9 For so was it charged me by the word of
2. Tobc iveigheddoum, burdened,f}apeo/*ai; i Ti. 5. 16.
3. Pass upon, Sy taj; abar al ; Deut. 24. 5.
CHARGER
1. Dish, T$p qearah.
Num. 7. 13 And his offering (was) one silver charger
So in v. 19 25, 31, 37, 43, 49, 55, 61, 67, 73, 79.
7. 84 twelve chargers of silver, twelve silver
7. 85 Each charger of silver (weighing) an
2. Wooden trencher, iriva pinax.
Matt 14. 8 Give. .John Baptist s head in a charger
14. 1 1 his head was brought in a charger, and
Mark 6. 25 I will that thou give me. .in a charger
6. 28 brought his head in a charger, and gave
CHARGERS
Bason, bowl, ^~>i agartal.
Ezra i. 9 thirty chargers of gold, a thousand char.
CHARIOT
1. Couch, sofa, JVIPK appiryon.
Song 3. 9 Kiug Solomon made himself a chariot of
2. War chariot, ]?fn hotsen.
Eze. 23. 24 shall come against thee with chariots
3. Hiding chariot, 3*na merkab.
i Ki. 4. 26 thousand stalls of horses for his chariots
4. Hiding chariot, ^33~ia merkabah.
Gen. 41. 43 he made him to ride in the second chariot
46. 29 Joseph made ready his chariot, and went
Exod. 14. 25 took off their chariot wheels, that they
Exod 15
Josh. ii.
ii
Judg. 4.
5.
1 Sa. 8
8.
2 Sa 15
i Ki. 7.
20.
22.
2 Ki. 5.
5.
9.
10.
23.
1 Ch.28.
2 Ch. i.
9.
10.
14.
18.
35.
Song 6.
Isa. 2.
22.
66.
Jer. 4.
Joel 2.
Mic. i.
4 Pharaoh s chariots . . hath he cast into the
6 thou shalt. .burn their chariots with tire
9 and burnt their chariots with tire
15 Sisera lighted down off (his) chariot
28 why tarry the wheels of his chariots ?
ii appoint (them) for himself, for. .chariots
ii and (some) shall run before his chariots
1 Absalom prepared him chariots and
33 like the work of a chariot wheel
29 a chariot came up and went out of Egypt
18 made speed to get him up to his chariot
33 he caused him to come up into . . chariot
35 the king was stayed up in his chariot
21 he lighted down from the chariot to
26 the man turned again from his chariot to
27 Jehu, .said, Smite him also in the chariot
15 he took him up to him into the chariot
11 burned the chariots of the sun with fire
18 gold for the pattern of the chariot of the
17 brought forth out of Egypt a chariot
25 thousand stalls for horses and chariots
18 made speed to get him up to (his) chariot
9 with an host of . .three hundred chariots
34 kiug. .stayed (himself) up in (his) chariot
24 servants, .took him out of that chariot;
12 my soul made me (like) the chariots of A.
7 neither (is there any), .of their chariots
18 the chariots of thy glory (shall be) the
15 and with his chariots like a whirlwind
13 his chariots (shall be) as a whirlwind
5 Like the noise of chariots on the tops of
13 bind the chariot to the swift beast
10 I will cut off . .1 will destroy thy chariots
2 prancing horses, and. .jumping chariots
8 ride upon thine horses (and) thy chariots
22 I will overthrow the chariots, and those
1 there came four chariots out from between
2 lu the first chariot (were) red horses
2 and in the second chariot black horses
3 And in the third chariot white horses
3 and in the fourth chariot grisled and bay
Nah. 3.
Hab. 3.
Hag. 2.
Zech. 6.
6.
6.
6.
6.
5. Waggon, cart, nbili
Psa. 46. 9 he burneth the chariot in the fire
Q.Chariot, 33-3 rekel.
Gen. 50. 9 there went up with him both chariots
Exod. 14. 6 he made ready his chariot, and took his
14. 7 he took six hundred chosen chariots
14. 7 all the chariots of Egypt, and captains
14. 9 all the horses (and) chariots of Pharaoh
14. 17 upon all his host, upon his chariots, and
14. 18 upon his chariots, and upon his horsemen
14. 23 Pharaoh s horses, his chariots, and his
14. 26 their chariots, aud upon their horsemen
14. 28 covered the chariots, and the horsemen
15. 19 horse of Pharaoh went in with his chariots
Deut ii. 4 unto their horses, and to their chariots
20. i and seest horses and chariots, (aud) a
Josh. 1 1. 4 much people, .with horses and chariots
17. 16 the Canaanites. .have chariots of iron
17. 18 thougli they have iron chariots, (and)
24. 6 pursued after your fathers with chariots
Judg. i. 19 because they had chariots of iron
4. 3 he had nine hundred chariots of iron
4. 7 with his chariots, and his multitude
4. 13 Sisera gathered together all his chariots
4. 13 nine hundred chariots of iron, and all
4. 15 discomfited Sisera, and all (his) chariots
4. 16 Barak pursued after the chariots, and
5. 28 Why is his chariot (so) long in coming ?
1 Sa. 8. 12 to make, .instruments of his chariots
13. 5 thirty thousand chariots, aud six thous.
2 Sa. i. 6 chariots and horsemen followed hard
8. 4 and David houghed all the chariot (horses)
8. 4 reserved of them (for) an hundred chariots
10. 18 slew (the men of) seven hundred chariots
i Ki. i. 5 he prepared him chariots and horsemen
9. 19 cities for his chariots, and cities for his
9. 22 his captains, and rulers of his chariots
10. 26 Solomon gathered together chariots
10. 26 a thousand and four hundred chariots
10. 26 he bestowed in the cities for chariots
16. 9 servant Zimri, captain of. .(his) chariots
20. i and. .with him. .horses and chariots
20. 21 smote the horses and chariots, and slew
20. 25 horse for horse, aud chariot for chariot
22. 31 captains, that had rule over his chariots
22. 32 captains of the chariot saw Jehoshaphat
22. 33 the captains of the chariots perceived
22. 35 and the king was stayed in his chariot
22. 38 washed the chariot in the pool of Samar.
a Ki. 2. n a chariot of fire, and horses of fire, parted
2. 12 the chariot of Israel, and the horsemen
5. 9 Naaman came with . . his chariot, and
6. 14 Therefore sent he . . horses, and chariots
6. 15 host compassed the city. .with, .chariots
6. 17 mountain (was) full of horses and chariots
7. 6 a uoise of chariots, and a noise of horses
7. 14 They took therefore two chariot horses
8. 21 Joram went over, .and all the chariots
8. 21 compassed, .the captains of the chariots
9. 21 And his chariot was made ready. And
9. 21 each in his chariot, and they went out
9. 24 Jehoram . . and he sunk down in his chariot
10. 2 (there are) with you chariots and horses
10. 16 So they made him ride in his chariot
13. 7 ten chariots, and ten thousand footmen
13. 14 the chariot of Israel, and the horsemen
18. 24 put thy trust on Egypt for chariots and
ID.. 23 With the multitude of my chariots I am
i Ch 18. 4 David took from him a thousand chariots
1 Ch.iS. 4 David also houghed all the chariot (horses)
18. 4 but reserved of them an hundred chariots
19. 6 to hire them chariots and horsemen out
19. 7 hired thirty and two thousand chariots
19. i8;seven thousand (men which fought in) cha.
2 Ch. i. 14 Solomon gathered chariots and horsemen
i. 14 a thousand and four hundred chariots
1. 14 which he placed in the chariot cities, and
8. 6 all the chariot cities, and the cities of the
8. 9 captains of his chariots and horsemen
9. 25 he bestowed in the chariot cities, and
12. 3 With twelve hundred chariots, and three.
16. 8 a huge host, with very many chariots and
18. 30 commanded the captains of the chariots
18. 31 the captains of the chariot saw Jehosh.
18. 32 when the captains of the chariots per.
21. 9 Jehoram went forth . .and all his chariots
21. 9 which compassed . .captains of the chariots
35. 24 and put him in the second chariot that
Psa. 20. 7 Some (trust) in chaiiots, and some in ho.
68. 17 The chariots of God (are) twenty thousand
76. 6 the chariot and the horse are cast into
Song i. 9 a company of horses in Pharaoh s chariots
Isa. 21. 7 saw a chariot (with) a couple of hoi semen
21. 7 a chariot of asses, (and) a chariot of cam.
21. 9 behold, here cometh a chariot of men
22. 6 Elam bare the quiver with chariots of
22. 7 choicest valleys shall be full of chariots
31. i and stay on horses, and trust in chaiiots
36. 9 put thy trust on Egypt for chariots and
37. 24 By the multitude of my chariots am I
43. 17 bringeth forth the chariot and horse
66. 20 in chariots, and in litters, and upon
Jer. 17. 25 riding in chariots, and on horses, they
22. 4 kings, .riding in chariots and on horses
46. 9 Come up, ye horses ; and rage, ye chariots
47. 3 at the rushing of his chariots, .the rumb.
50. 37 A sword (is) upon, .their chariots, and
51. 21 will I break in pieces the chariot and his
Eze. 26. 7 with horses, and with chariots, and with
26. 10 and of the wheels, and of the chariots
39. 20 Thus ye shall be filled, .with, .chariots
Dan. ii. 40 like a whirlwind, with chariots, and
Nah. 2. 3 chariots (shall be) with flaming torches
2. 4 The chariots shall rage in the streets
2. 13 I will burn her chariots in the smoke
Zech. 9. 10 I will cut off the chariot from Ephraim
7.Riding, driving, n33"i rikbah.
Eze. 27. 20 Dedan (was) thy merchant, .for chariots
^.Chariot, 3131 rek^tb.
Psa 104. 3 who maketh the clouds his chariot : who
9. War chariot (with two ivheels), ap/xo harma.
Acts 8. 28 sitting in his chariot read Esaias the pro.
8. 29 Go near, and join thyself to this chariot
8. 38 he commanded the chariot to stand still
Rev. 9. 9 the sound of chariots of many horses
10. Travelling waggon (withfour wheels), ptSa rheda.
Rev. 18. 13 sheep, and horses, and chariots, and slave*
CHARIOT (man), driver of
Rider, driver, 331 rakkab.
1 Ki.22. 34 he said unto the driver of his chariot
2 Ch.iS. 33 he said to the chariot man, Turn thine
CHARITABLY
According to love, Kara aydirrtv kata agapen.
Rom 14. 15 now walkest thou not charitably
CHARITY
Love, a.ydir-1} agape.
i Co. 8. i Knowledge puffeth up, but charity edi.
13. i the tongues of men. .and have not charity
13. 2 I have all faith . . and have not charity
13. 3 though I give my body, .and have not ch.
13. 4 Charity suttereth . .(and is) kind ; charity
13. 4 charity euvieth not : charity vaunteth not
13. 8 Charity never faileth : but whether (there)
13. 13 now abideth faith, hope, charity
13. 13 but the greatest of these (is) charity
14. i Follow after charity, and desire spiritual
16. 14 Let all your things be done with charity
Col. 3. 14 above all these things (put on) charity
1 Th. 3. 6 good tidings of your faith and chanty
2 Th. i. 3 and the charity of every one of you all
1 Ti. i. 5 the end of the commandment is charity
2. 15 if they continue in faith and charity and
4. 12 in word, in conversation, in charity, in
2 Ti. 2. 22 follow righteousness, faith, charity, peace
3. 10 purpose, faith, long-suffering, charity
Titus 2. 2 sound in faith, in charity, in patience
1 Pe. 4. 8 And above all things have fervent charity
4. 8 for charity shall cover the multitude of
5. 14 Greet ye one. .with a kiss of charity
2 Pe. i. 7 and to brotherly kindness charity
3 Jo. 6 Which have borne witness of thy charity
Rev. 2. 19 I know thy works, and charity, andserv.
CHARITY, feast of
Love, iydirn agape.
Jude 12 These are spots in your feasts of charity
CHARMED
A charm, rn1
? lachash.
Jer. 8. 17 which (will) not (be) charmed, and they
CHARMER
1. Gentle ones, jugglers, D BK ittim.
Isa. 19. 3 seek to the idols, and to the charmers
2. Tojoin ajoining, fascinate, isn 1517 chabar cheber.
Deut 18. ii Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar
CHARMING 156 CHERAN
3.7*0 charm, tffl? lachash, 3.
Psa. 58. 5 will not hearken to the voice of charmers
CHARMING
To join a joining, ijn i;ri chabar cheber.
1 sa. 58. 5 the voice* of charmers, charming never so
CHAR -RAN, Xafyav. See liaran.
Acts 7. 2 unto . . Abraham . . before he dwelt in C.
7. 4 Then came he out. .and dwelt in C
CHASE, to
1. To cause to flee, rn;i barach, 5.
Nek. 13 28 therefore I chased him from me
2. To drive away, nrn dachtih.
1 sa 35 5 a"d let the angel of the LORD chase (them)
3. To burn, pursue, P^J dalaq.
1 Sa 17 53 children of Israel returned from chasing
4.70 hunt, "* tsud.
Lam 3 52 Miue enemies chased me sore, like a bird
5.7*0 pursue, follow after, m radaph.
Lev 26. 7 ye shall chase your enemies, and they
26. 8 five of you shall chase an hundred, and
26. 36 sound of a shaken leaf shall chase them
Deut i. 44 Amorites. .came out against you. .chased
32. 30 How should cue chase a thousand, and
Josh. 7. 5 they chased them (from) before the gate
8- 24 in the wilderness wherein they chased
10. 10 chased them along the way that goeth up
11. 8 and chased them unto great Zidon. and
23. 10 One man of you shall chase a thousand
Judg 9. 40 Abimelech chased him,and he fled before
6.7o (cause to) pursue, <yiT radaph, 5.
Judg 20. 43 inclosed the Beujamites. . chased them
CHASE away, to
To cause to flee, rn-j birach, 5.
Prov 19. 26 wasteth (his) father, (and) chasetli away
CHASED
To be forced away, rn} nadach, 6.
Isa. 13 14 it shall be as the chased roe, and as a sheep
CHASED, to be
1.7*() cause to move away, "nj nadad, 5.
Job 18. 18 He shall be. .chased out of the world
2. To be pursued, ITT radaph, 4.
Isa. 17. 13 shall be chased as the chaff of the moun.
CHASED away, to be
To be caused to move away, TIJ nadad, 6.
Job 20. 8 he shall be chased away as a vision of the
CHASTE
Consecrated, ayvfc hagnos.
2 Co 1 1 . 2 that I may present (you as) a chaste virgin
Titus 2. 5 discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good
1 Pe 3. 2 your chaste conversation (coupled) with
CHASTEN, to
1.7*0 Convict, make manifest, rn; yakach, 5.
2 Sa. 7 14 I will chasten him with the rod of men
2.7*0 instruct, ip; yasar, 3.
Deut. 8. 5 that, as a man chasteneth his son, (so) the
8. 5 (so) the LORD thy God chasteneth thee
21. 18 and (that), when they have chastened him
Psa 6. i neither chasten me in thy hot displeasure
38- i neither chasten me in thy hot displeasure
94. 12 Blessed, .the man whom thou chastenest
118. 18 The LORD hath chastened me sore : but
Prov 19. 18 Chasten thy son while there is hope, and
"8.7*0 instruct, train up, irarffuw paideuo.
1 Co. ii. 32 we are chastened of the Lord, that we
2 Co. 6. 9 we live ; as chastened, and not killed
Heb- 12. 6 For whom the Lord loveth he chasteneth
12. 7 what son is he.whom the father chasteneth
12 10 they verily for a few days chastened (us)
Rev. 3. 19 As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten
CHASTEN self, to
7*o humble oneself, njj; anah, 7.
Dan. io. 12 and to chasten thyself before thy God
CHASTENED
Reproof, conviction, nnjin tokachath.
Psa. 73. 14 have I been plagued, and chastened every
CHASTENED, to be
To be convicted, n?; yakach, 6.
Job 33. 19 He is chastened also with pain upon his
CHASTENETH
Instruction, 1513 musar.
Prov 13. 24 he that loveth him chasteneth him
CHASTENING
1. Instruction, i^D musar.
Job 5. 17 despise not thou the chastening of the
Prov. 3. ii despise not the chastening of the LORD
Isa. 26. 16 (when) thy chastening (was) upon them
2. Instruction, training, Trattifla paideia.
Heb. 12. 5 despise not thou the chastening of the L.
12. 7 If ye endure chastening, God dealeth with
12. ii no chastening for the present seemeth to
CHASTISE, to
1. 7*o instruct, chastise, 15; yasar.
Psa. 94. io He that chastiseth the heathen, shall not
Hos. io. io (It is) in my desire that I should chastise
2. To instruct, chastise, ip; yasar, 3.
Lev. 26. 28 will chastise you seven times for your sins
Deut 22. 18 the elders, .shall take, .and chastise him
1 Ki. 12. ii my father hath chastised you with whips
12. n, 14 but I will chastise you with scorpions
12. 14 my father (also) chastised you with whips
2 Ch. io. n, 14 my father chastised you with whips
Jer. 31. 18 Thou hast chastised me, and I was
3. 7*o cause to instruct, np; yasar, 5.
Hos. 7 1 2 I will chastise them, as their congregation
4. To instruct, chastise, iraiStixa paideuo.
Luke 23. 1 6 I will therefore chastise him, and release
23 22 I will therefore chastise him, and let. .go
CHASTISED, to be
7*o be instructed, chastised, "ip; yasar, 2.
Jer. 31.18 Thou hast chastised me, and I was chas.
CHASTISEMENT
I. Instruction, chastisement, ip O musar.
Deut ii. 2 which have not seen the chastisement of
Isa. 53. 5 the chastisement of our peace (was) upon
Jer. 30. 14 with the chastisement of a cruel one, for
2. Instruction, chastisement, iratSeia paideia.
Heb. 12. 8 But if ye be without chastisement, where.
CHATTER, to -
7*o chirp (as a bird), ^SV tsaphaph, 3 a.
Isa. 38. 14 Like a. . swallow, so did 1 chatter
CHE -BAR, 1.73 joining.
A river rising near the Xisibis, an affluent of the
Euphrates entering it at Carchemosh, the Aborras of
Strabo, or Chaboras of Ptolemy, where Ezekiel saw his
earlier visions. It is considered as identical with the
Habor or River of Gozan to which a portion of Israel
was removed by the Assyrians (2 Ki. 17. 6). But the
Xahr Malcha, or Royal Canal of Nebuchadnezzar, the
greatest of all the cuttings of Mesopotamia, best
deserves acceptance as the Chcbar.
Eze. i. i among the captives by the river of C.
i. 3 the land of the Chaldeans, by the river C.
3. 15 came to them, .dwelt by the river of C.
3. 23 the glory which I saw by the river of C.
io. 15 creature that I saw by the river of C.
io. 20 creature that I saw. .by the river of C.
io. 22 faces which I saw by the river of C.
43. 3 vision that I saw by the river C.
CHECK
Instruction, chastisement, ">CV3 musar.
Job 20. 3 I have heard the check of my reproach
CHECKER
Lattice work, 1255 sebakah.
i Ki. 7. 17 nets of checker work, and wreaths of
CHE-DOR-LA-O -MER, npy^-ns sheaf band.
A king of Elam in the time of Abram, B.C. 1917.
Gen. 14. i Arioch king of Ellasar, 0. king of Elam
14. 4 Twelve years they served C., and in the
14. 5 And in the fourteenth year came C., and
14. 9 With C. the king of Elam, and with Tidal
14. 17 his return from the slaughter of C., and
CHEEK
1. Cheek, jaw, Vjfy lechi.
1 Ki. 22. 24 went near, and smote Micaiah on the ch.
2 Ch. 18. 23 came near, .smote Micaiah upon the ch.
Job 16. io they have smitten me upon the cheek
Song i. io Thy cheeks are comely with rows (of jew.
5. 13 His cheeks (are) as a bed of spices, (as)
Isa. 50. 6 and my cheeks to them that plucked oft
Lam. i. 2 and her tears (are) on her cheeks : among
3. 30 He giveth (his) cheek to him that smiteth
Mic. 5. i shall smite, .with a rod upon the cheek
2. The cheek, jaw, ffiayiiiv siagon.
Matt. 5. 39 shall smite thee on thy right cheek
Luke 6. 29 him that smiteth thee on the (one) cheek
CHEEK bone
The check, jaw, ViJ>
lechi.
Psa. 3. 7 smitten all mine enemies, .the cheek b.
CHEEK teeth
Great teeth, grinders, rnyWjt? methallaoth.
Joel i. 6 he hath the cheek teeth of a great lion
CHEEKS, two
Two clieeks, c-
:n^ [lechi"].
Deut 18. 3 the shoulder, and the two cheeks, and the
CHEER, to
To do or make good or glad, 3iB fob, 5.
Eccl. ii. 9 let thy heart cheer thee in the days of
CHEER fp), to
7*o rejoice, rjsaf sameach, 3.
Deut 24. 5 and shall cheer up his wife which he
Judg. 9. 13 which cheereth God and man, and go to
UHKfcR, of good
Well minded or disposed, fv6vfj.os euthumos.
Acts 27. 36 Then were they all of good cheer, and
UHKKK., to be of good
1.7*0 be well minded, cheerfid, fv0v/j.f<a euthumcd.
Acts 27. 22 now I exhort you to be of good cheer: for
27. 25 Wherefore, sirs, be of good cheer : for I
2.7*0 take courage, Gapvt<a tharseo.
Matt. 9. 2 Son, be of good cheer; thy sins he forgiv.
14. 27 saying, Bc> of good cheer : it is I; be not
Mark 6. 50 saith unto them, lie of good cheer : it is
John 1 6. 33 hut be of good cheer; I have overcome
Acts 23. 1 1 stood by him, and said, Be of good cheer
CHEERFUL
1. Good, glad, aio tob.
Zech. 8. 19 to the house of Judah. .cheerful feasts
2.Cheerful, I\ap6s hilaros.
2 Co 9 7 for God loveth a cheerful giver
CHEERFUL, to make
1.7*0 make good or glad, :B; yalab, 5.
Prov 15. 13 A merry heart maketh a cheerful counte.
2. 7*o groic, be fruitful (in words), 2 nub, 3 a.
Zech. 9. 17 Corn shall make the young men cheerful
CHEERFULLY, more
Marc cheerfully, fvOv^orfpov eitthumoteron.
Acts 24. io I do the [more cheerfully] answer for
CHEERFULNESS
Hilarity, cheerfulness, lAapoTTjs hilarotes.
Rom 12. 8 he that showeth mercy, with cheerfulness
CHEESE
I, Curdied milk, nr?? gebinah.
Job io. io Hast thou not. .curdled me like cheese?
2.Cheese of kine, n?^ shaphah.
2 Sa. 17. 29 and sheep, and cheese of kine, for David
^.Cuttings or slices ofcheese, D^rin jp-in [dial-its].
i Sa. 17. 18 carry these ten cheeses unto the captain
CHE -LAL, ^3 completeness.
One of the family of Pahath Moab that had a strange
wife, B.C. 445.
Ezra 10. 30 sons of Pahath-moab ; Adna, and C., B.
CHEL -LUH^n^S robust.
One of the family of Bani that had married a strange
wife, B.C. 445.
Ezra io. 35 Benaiah, Bedeiah, C.
CHE -LTJB, 31 1
?? boldness.
1. A descendant of Caleb son of Hur, B.C. 1451.
i Ch. 4. ii And C. the brother of Shuah begat Mehir
2. Father of Ezri, superintendent of the tillers of the
ground in the time of David, B.C. 1015.
i Ch. 27. 26 over them . .(was) Ezri the son of C.
CHE-LU -BAI, 3^3, Xa\tft.
Son of Hezroii, elsewhere called Caleb, B.C. 1451.
i Ch. 2. 9 sons also of Hezron. . Jerahmeel, and. .C.
CHE-MA -RTMS, D"!~3 servants, priests.
Zeph. i. 4 I will cut off. .the name of the C.
CHE -MOSH, trie? /re, hearth.
The national idol of the Moabites and Ammonites, but
not identical with Molech. By Jerome Chemosh is
identified with Baal-peor ; by others with Baal-zebub ;
others, Mars, and others Saturn, as the star of ill-omen.
Dibon was the chief seat of its worship.
Num 21. 29 thou art undone, O people of C.
Judg 1 1. 24 Wilt not thou possess that which C.
1 Ki. ii. 7 Solomon build an high place for C.
ii. 33 they . . have worshipped . . C. the god of
2 Ki. 23. 13 and for C. the abomination of the
Jer. 4b. 7 C. shall go forth into captivity (with) his
48. 13 And Moab shall be ashamed of C.
48. 46 the people of C. perisheth : for thy sons
CHE-NA-A -NAH, KV.&jlat, low.
1. Father of the false prophet Zedekiah that smote
Micaiah when he foretold the fall of Ahab at Ramoth-
Gilead, B.C. 930.
1 Ki. 22. ii Zedekiah the son of C. made him horns
22. 24 Zedekiah the son of C. went near, and
2 Ch. 18. io Zedekiah the son of C. had made him
1 8. 23 Zedekiah the son of C. came near, and
2. Brother of Ehud, son of Bilhan a Benjamite, B.C.
1650.
i Ch. 7. 10 the sons of Bilhan. .Ehud, and C., and
CHE-NA -NI, JJ3, Xwvtvi Jah, creator.
A Levite that conducted the devotion of the people
after Ezra had read to them the book of the law, B.C.
445-
NT
eh. 9. 4 Then stood up . . of the Levites . . Bani . . C.
CHE-NAN -LAH, rn;,3, Xuvtvias, Xttxvlas.
1. A chief Levite when David brought up the ark, B.C
1042.
i Ch. 15. 22 And C., chief of the Levites. .for song
15. 27 C. the master of the song with the sing.
2. An Izharite, an officer of David s, B.C. 1042.
i Ch. 26. 29 Of the Izharites, C. and his sons, .for
CHE-PHAR HA-AM MO -NAI, VISJM T93.
A town of Benjamin, once a "village of the Ammo
nites."
Josh.iS. 24 And C., and Ophni, and Gaba; twelve
CHE-PHI -RAH, rry?3, Tillage, hamlet.
Hivite village near Gibeon in Benjamin ; now Kefir.
Josh. 9. 17 their cities (were) Gibeon, and C., and
18. 26 And Mizpeh, and C., and Mozah
Ezra 2. 25 The children of Kirjath-arim, C., and B.
Neh. 7. 29 ThemenofKirjath-jearim,C.,andBeeroth
CHE -RAN, p3 union.
Son of Dishon, son of Seir the Horite, B. C. 1700.
Gen. 36. 26 of Dishon. .Eshban, and Ithran, and C.
i Ch. i. 41 of Dishon. .Eshban, and Ithran, and C.
CHEEETHITES 157 CHIEF
CHE-RE -THITES, WT\^3<>,xecutioners (CHERETHIMS).
1. A Philistine tribe in the S. of Canaan, emigrants from
Crete.
1 83.30. 14 We made an invasion (upon), .the ( ., and
Eze 25. 16 I will cut off the (.!., and destroy the rem.
Zeph. 2. 5 Woe unto . . the nation of the C. !
2. Officers who, along with the Pelethites, formed David s
life-guards. B. C. 1050.
2 Sa. 8. 1 8 Beuaiah. .(was over) both the C. and the
15. 18 all the C. . .passed on before the king
20. 7 there went out after him . . the C., and the
20. 23 Benaiah. .(was) over the C. [V.L. kari}.
i Ki. i. 38 Benaiah theson of Jehoiada, and the C.
i. 44 Benaiah the son of Jehoiada, and the C.
i Ch. 1 8. 17 Benaiah. .(was) over the C. and the Pel.
CHERISH, to
l.l o be useful, profitable, [3D sakan.
i Ki. i. 2 let her cherish him, and let her lie in thy
i. 4 (was) very fair, and cherished the king
2. To heat, soften, cherish, Oa.Kir<a tlialpo.
Eph. 5. 29 uourisheth and cherisheth it, even as the
i Th. 2. 7 as a nurse cherisheth her children
CHE -RITH, nn? trench.
A brook or wady E. of the Jordan in Gilead.near Jericho,
now called Wady Kelt.
1 Ki 17. 3 Get thee hence, .hide, .by the brook C.
17. 5 he went and dwelt by the brook C.
CHERTTB
I. One grasped, heldfast, an? kerub.
Exod25. 19 make one cherub on the one end
25. 19 and the other cherub on the other end
37. 8 One cherub on the end on this side, and
37. 8 another cherub on the (other) end on
2 Sa. 22. ii he rode upon a cherub, and did fly
1 Ki. 6. 24 cubits (was) the one wing of the cherub
6. 24 five cubits the other wing of the cherub
6. 25 And the other cherub (was) ten cubits
6. 26 The height of the one cherub (was) ten
6. 26 and so (was it) of the other cherub
6. 27 the wing of the other cherub touched the
2 Ch. 3. ii reaching to the wing of the other cherub
3. 12 And (one) wing of the other cherub (was)
3. 12 joining to the wing of the other cherub
Psa. 18. 10 he rode upon a cherub, and did fly
Eze. 9. 3 glory, .was gone up from the cherub
10. 2 between . . wheels, (even) under the cherub
10. 4 glory of the Loui) went up from the cherub
10. 7 And (one) cherub stretched forth his hand
10. 9 one wheel by. .cherub. . by another cherub
10. 14 the first face (was) the face of a cherub
28. 14 Thou (art)the anointed cherub that cover.
28. 16 and 1 will destroy thee, O covering cherub
41. 18 tree (was) between a cherub and a cherub
41. 1 8 and (every) cherub had two faces
2.An Israelite who returned with Zerubbabel.
Ezra 2. 59 Tel-harsa, Ch., Addan, (and) Immer
Neh. 7. 61 Tel-haresha, Ch., Addon, and Immer
CHERUBIM
\.Thiise grasped, held fast, cran? kerubim.
Gen. 3. 24 placed at the east, .of Eden cherubims
Exod25. 18 thou shalt make two cherubims (of) gold
25. 19 mercy seat shall ye make the chernbims
25. 20 the cherubims shall stretch forth (their)
25. 20 mercy seat shall the faces of the cherubims
25. 22 from between the two cherubims which
26. i cherubims of cunning work shalt thou
26. 31 with cherubims shall it be made
36. 8 cherubims of cunning work made he
36. 35 he made a veil . .(with) chernbims made
37. 7 he made two cherubims (of) gold, beaten
37. 8 the mercy seat made he the cherubims on
37. 9 the cherubims spread out (their) wings on
37. 9 v/3re the faces of the cherubims
Num. 7. 89 voice, .from between the two cherubims
1 Sa. 4. 4 which dwelleth (between) the cherubims
2 Sa. 6. 2 that dwelleth (between) the cherubims
1 Ki. 6. 23 within the oracle he made two cherubims
6. 25 both the cherubims (were) of one measure
6. 27 he set the cherubims within the inner h.
6. 27 stretched forth the wings of the cherubims
6. 28 he overlaid the cherubims with gold
6. 29 carved flgures of cherubims and palm
6. 32 carved upon them carvings of cherubims
6. 32 and spread gold upon the cherubims, and
6. 35 carved (thereon) cherubims and palm trees
7. 29 on the borders, .lions, oxen, and cheru.
7. 36 he graved cherubims, lions, and. .trees
8. 6 (even) under the wings of the cherubims
8. 7 For the cherubims spread forth (their)
8. 7 the cherubims covered the ark and the
2 Ki. 19. 15 God. .which dwellest (between) the cher.
1 Ch. 13. 6 that dwelleth (between) the cherubims
28. 18 the pattern of the chariot of the cherubims
2 Ch. 3. 7 and graved cherubims on the walls
3. 10 he made two cherubims of image work
3. ii wings of the cherubims (were) twenty c.
3. 13 the wings of these cherubims spread
3. 14 fine linen, and wrought cherubims thereon
5. 7 (even) under the wings of the cherubims
5. 8 the cherubims spread forth (their) wings
5. 8 and the cherubims covered the ark and
Psa. 80. i thou that dwellest (between) the cherubi.
99. i he sitteth (between) the cherubims let
Isa. 37. 16 that dwellest (between) the chernbims
Eze. 10. i that (was) above the head of the cherubims
10. 7. coals of fire from between the cherubims
10. 3 How the cherubims stood on the right side
Eze. 10. 5 sound of the cherubim s wings was heard
10. 6 Take fire . . from between the cherubims
10. 7 his hand from between the cherubims unto
10. 7 the flre that (was) between the cherubims
10. 8 there appeared in the cherubims the form
10. 9 behold the four wheels by the cherubims
10. 15 And the cherubims were lifted up
10. 1 6 And when the cherubims went, the wheels
10. 16 when the cherubims lifted up their wings
10. 1 8 and stood over the cherubims
10. 19 And the cherubims lifted up their wings
10. 20 and I knew that they (were) the cherubims
11. 22 Then did the cherubims lift up their wings
41. 18 And (it was) made with cherubims and p.
41. 20 above the door (were) cherubims and p.
41. 25 on the doors of the temple, cherubims and
2. Those grasped or seized, Xfpovpi/j. cJwroubim.
Heb. 9. 5 And over it the cherubims of glory
CHE-SA -LON, ji^D? fortress.
A place on the W. part of the N. border of Judah, on
the shoulder of Mount Jearim.
Josh 15. 10 the border, .passed along unto. .C., on
CHE -SED, 7t?3.
Fourth son of Nahor, and nephew of Abraham, B.C.
1870.
Gen. 22. 22 And C., and Hazo, and Pildash, and
CHE -SIL, rps fleshy, fat.
A town in the extreme S. of Canaan. This was an early
variation of Bethul, now Khelasa.
Josh. 15. 30 And Eltolad, and C , and Hormah
CHESNUT tree
Plane tree, po^y armon.
Gen. 30. 37 of the hazel and chesnut tree ; and pilled
Eze. 31. 8 the chesnut trees were not like his bran.
CHEST
1. Ark, chest, fiix aron.
2 Ki. 12. 9 But Jehoiada the priest took a chest, and
12. 10 saw that (there was) much money in the c.
2 Ch. 24. 8 they made a chest, and set it without at
24. 10 cast into the chest, until they had made
24. 1 1 that at what time the chest was brought
24. 1 1 priest s officer came . . emptied the chest
^.Coverings, Q n? genazim.
Eze. 27. 24 in chests of rich apparel, bound with
CHE-STTL -LOTH, mVp? fatness, the loins.
The v:ord suggests that the town derived it^name from
its situation on the slope of a mountain (Josh. 19. 18).
It seems to have been between Jezreel and Shunem
(Solam). Now Iksal.
Josh 19. 18 their border was toward Jezreel, and C.
CHEW, to
\.To ruminate, ~n* garar, 2.
Lev. ii. 7 yet he cheweth not the cud ; he (is)
2. To cause (the cud) to come up, n^y alah, 5.
Lev. ii. 3 and is cloven footed, (and) cheweth the o.
ii. 4 shall ye not eat of them that chew the c.
11.4, 5, 6 because he cheweth the cud, but divi.
ii. 26 (is) not cloven footed, nor cheweth the c.
Deuti4. 6 cheweth the cud among the beasts, that
14. 7 shall not eat of them that chew the cud
14. 7 for they chew the cud, but divide not the
CHEWED, to b
To be cut off, rri3 karath, 2.
Numn. 33 ere it was chewed, the wrath of the LORD
CHE -ZEB, a t? deceitful.
Probably identical with Achzib or Chozeba, a town of
the Canaanites, afterwards belonging to Judah. Now
called Achzib.
Gen. 38. 5 and he was at C. when she bare him
CHICKEN
A nestling, voaaiov nossion.
Matt 23. 37 even as a hen gathereth her chickens
CHIDE, to
To strive, contend, an rib.
Gen. 31. 36 was wroth, and chode with Laban : and
Exodi7. 2 Wherefore the people did chide with Mo.
17. 2 Why chide ye with me? wherefore do ye
Nuni2o. 3 And the people chode with Moses, and
Judg. 8. i And they did chide with him sharply
Psa. 103. 9 lie will not always chide ; neither will
CHIDING
Strife, contention, an rib.
Exod 17. 7 because of the chiding of the children of
CHI -DON, JT3 destruction, a javelin.
The scene where the accident to the ark and the death
of Uzzah occurred. In 2 Sa. 6. 6, the name is Nachon.
i Ch. 13. 9 came unto the threshing floor of C.
CHIEF
\.Father, ax ab.
Num 25. 14 a prince of a chief house among the Sim.
25. 15 he (was) head, .of a chief house inMidian
Josh. 22. 14 of each chief house a prince throughout
I.Mighty one, TI33 gibbor.
i Ch. 9. 26 For these Levites, the four chief porters
S. Leader, one in the front, TJJ nagid.
i Ch. 5. 2 and of him (came) the chief ruler ; but
29. 22 the chief governor, and Zadok (to be)
Jer. 20. i who (was) also chief uovernor in the
4. One lifted up, exalted, } nasi.
Num. 3. 24, 30, 35
the chief of the house of the father
3. 32 chief over the chief of the Levites
4. 34 And Moses and Aaron and the chief of
4. 46 .Moses and Aaron and the chief of Israel
1 Ki. 8. i Solomon assembled .. the chief of the
2 Ch. 5. 2 the chief of the fathers of the children of
5.A corner (stone), n}$pinnah.
Judg2o. 2 the chief of all the people, (even) of all
1 Sa. 14. 38 all the chief of the people ; and know and
Q.Head, t?io rosh.
Nuni3i. 26 and the chief fathers of the congregation
32. 28 and the chief fathers of the tribes of the
36. i And the chief fathers of the families of
36. i the chief fathers of the children of Israel
Deut. i. 15 So I took the chief of your tribes, wise
2 Ki.25. 18 the captain . .took Seraiah the chief priest
1 Ch. 5. 7 (were) the chief, Jeiel, and Zechariah
5. 12 Joel the chief, and Shapham the next
5. 15 chief of the house of their fathers
8. 28 These (were) heads of the fathers, .chief
9. 17 Shallum (was) the chief
9. 33 singers, chief of the fathers of the Levitea
9. 34 chief fathers of the Levites (were) chief
ii. 6 smiteth the Jebusites first shall be chief
ii. 6 So Joab. .went first up, and was chief
1 1. 10 These also (are) the chief of the mighty men
11. it an Hachmonite, the chief of the captains
n. 20 brother of Joab, he was chief of the three
12. 3 The chief (was) Ahiezer, then Joash, the
12. 18 (who was) chief of the captains, (and he)
15. 12 Ye (are) the chief of the fathers of the
16. 5 Asaph the chief, and next to him Zechariah
23. 8 the chief (was) Jehiel, and Zetham, and
23. 9 These (were) the chief of the fathers of
23. ii And Jahath was the chief, and Zizah
23. 16 Of the sons of. .Shebuel (was) the chief
23. 17 sons of Eliezer (were) Rehabiah the chief
23. 18 Of the sons of Izhar ; Shelomith the chief
23. 24 the chief of the fathers, as they were
24. 4 there were more chief men found of the
24. 6, 31 the chief of the fathers of the priests
26. 10 the chief, .his father made him the chief
26. 12 amongthechief men, (having) wards one-
26. 21 chief fathers,(even)of Laadan the Gershon
26. 26 which, .the chief fathers, .had dedicated
26. 31 Jerijah the chief, (even) among the Hebr.
26. 32 two thousand and seven hundred chief
27. i chief fathers and captains of thousands
27. 5 The third captain . . Benaiah . . a chief pr.
2 Ch. i. 2 to every governor in all Israel, the chief
ii. 22 made Abijah the son of Maachah the chief
19. 8 of the chief of the fathers of Israel
19. ii Amariah the chief priest (is) over you in
23. 2 the chief of the fathers of Israel, and they
24. 6 the king called for Jehoiada the chief
26. 12 The whole number of the chief of the
26. 20 Azariah the chief priest, and all the
31. 10 Azariah the chief priest of the house of
Ezra i. 5 Then rose up the chief of the fathers
2. 68 And (some) of the chief of the fathers
3. 12 the priests, .and chief of the fathers
4. 2, 3 to Zerubbabel, and to the chief of the
7. 5 Eleazar, the son of Aaron the chief priest
8. i These (are) now the chief of their fathers
8. 17 Iddo the chief at the place Casiphia
10. 16 Ezra the priest, (with) certain chief of the
Neh. 7. 70, 71 some of the chief of the fathers gave
8. 13 gathered together the chief of the fathers
10. 14 The chief of the people ; Parosh, Pahath
ii. 3 these (are) the chief of the province that
ii. 13 And his brethren, chief of the fathers
11. 16 Shabbethai and Jozabad, of the chief of
12. 7 These (were) the chief of the priests and
12. 12 the chief of the fathers : of Seraiah
12. 22 The Levites. .(were) recorded chief of the
12. 23 The sons of Levi, the chief of their fathers
12. 24 the chief of the Levites : Hashabiah
12. 46 in the days of David, .(there were) chief
Job 12. 24 He taketh away the heart of the chief of
29. 25 I chose out their way, and sat chief
Psa. 137. 6 if I prefer not Jerusalem above my chief
Jer. 52. 24 the captain . . took Seraiah the chief priest
Lam. i. 5 Her adversaries are the chief, her enemies
Eze. 27. 22 they occupied in thy fairs with chief of all
38. 2 the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal
39. i the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal
7.Head. rxi. resh.
Ezra 5. 10 the names of the men that (were) the chief
^.Beginning, nVKK reshith.
i Sa. 15. 21 the chief of the things which should have
Job 40. 19 He (is) the chief of the ways of God
Psa. 78. 51 the chief of (their) strength in the
105. 36 the first born in their land, the chief of
Jer. 49. 35 the bow of Elam, the chief of their might
Dan. ii. 41 and the chief of the children of Ammon
Amos 6. i (which are) named chief of the nations
6. 6 and anoint themselves with the chief
9. Great one, ai rab.
Dan. 2. 48 chief of the governors over all the wise
10. Prince, head, ~iy sar.
Gen. 40. 2 waswroth. .againstthechief of the butlers
40. 2 and against the chief of the bakers
40. 9 the chief butler told his dream to Joseph
40. 16 the chief baker saw that the interpretation
40. 20 he lifted up the head of the chief butler
40. 20 and of the chief baker among his servants
40. 21 And he restored the chief butler unto his
CHIEF 158 CHILD
Gen. 40. 22 But he hanged the chief baker
40. 23 Yet did not the chief butler remember
41. 9 Then spake the chief butler unto I haraoh
41. 10 put me in ward, .me and the chief baker
i Ki. 5. 16 Beside the chief of Solomon s officers
9. 23 These (were) the chief of the officers
14. 27 committed . .unto the hands of the chief
i Ch.is. 5 Of the sous of Kohath ; Uriel the chief
15. 6 the sons of Merari ; Asaiah the chief
15. 7 the sons of Gershom ; Joel the chief
15. 8 the sons of Elizaphan ; Sheinaiah the chief
15. 9 the sons of Hebron ; Eliel the chief
15. io the sons of Uzziel ; Animinadah the chief
15. 16 David spake to the chief of the Levites
15. 22 And Chenaniah, chief of the Levites
a Ch. 8. 9 chief of his captains, and captains of his
8. io these were the chief of king Solomon s
12. io committed them to the hands of the chief
17. 14 Adnah the chief, and with him mighty
35. 9 Jeiul and Jozabad, chief of the Levites
36. 14 Moreover all the chief of the priests, and
Ezra 8. 24 Then I separated twelve of the chief
8. 29 until ye weigh (them) before the chief of
8. 29 and chief of the fathers of Israel, at Jer.
io. 5 Then arose Ezra, and made the chief pr.
II. Prince, the first, chief, Hpxuv archon.
Luken. 15 He castethout devils through, .the chief
14. i into the house of one of tin chief Pharisees
12. To lead, go before, fiyto/uat hegeomai.
Acts 15. 22 Barsabas, and Silas, chief men, 14. 12.
13. First, foremost, irpuros protos.
Matt 20. 27 And whosoever will be chief among you
Luke 19. 47 and the chief of the people sought to
Acts 16. 12 which is the chief city of that part of
17. 4 and of the chief women not a few
25. 2 Then the high priest and the chief of the
28. 17 after three days Paul called the chief of
i Ti. i. 15 to save sinners ; of whom I am chief
CHIEF (estate)
First, foremost, irptaros protos.
Mark 6. 21 high captains, .chief (estates) of Galilee
CHIEF friend
First, chief, leader, familiar, ^Sx alluph.
Prov. 1 6. 28 a whisperer separateth chief friends
CHIEF man
I.Lord, owner, possessor, Sjjs baal.
Lev. 21. 4 (being) a chief man among his people, to
2. Head, B>NT rosh.
1 Ch. 7. 3 Joel, Ishiah, five : all of them chief men
24. 4 sixteen chief men of the house of (their)
Ezra 7. 28 gathered together out of Israel chief men
8. 1 6 Then sent I for Eliezer. .chief men ; also
3. First, foremost, trpwros priitos.
Acts 13. 50 Jews stirred up. .the chief men of the city
28. 7 were possessions of the chief man of the
t:H!KK raen
Xohles, those near (the throne), D ^W atsilim.
Isa. 41. 9 called thee from the chief men thereof
CHIEF of Asia
Asinrch (high official), Aenap^Tjs asiarches.
Acts 19. 31 certain of the chief of Asia, .sent unto
CHIEF one
He goat, leader, liny attud.
Isa. 14. 9 (even) all the chief ones of the earth ; it
CMlEi" ruler
Priest, prince, ]n3 kohen.
2 Sa. 8. 18 and David s sons were chief rulers
20. 26 Ira also the Jairite was a chief ruler about
CHIEF things --
Head, ;?O rosh.
Deut. 33. 15 And for the chief things of the ancient
CHIEF, to be
To lead, go before, riyfopai hegeomai.
Luke 22. 26 and he that is chief, as he that doth servo
CHIEFEST
I.Mighty, T?K abbir.
1 Sa. 21. 7 chiefest of the herdmen that (belonged)
2. To be a standard bearer, Sri dagal
Song 5. io My beloved (is), .the chiefest among ten
3. Ascent, nSsi.9 maaleh.
2 Ch 32. 33 they buried him in the chiefest of the
4. Beginning, JT^KT reshith.
i Sa. 2. 29 to make yourselves fat with the chiefest
5. First, foremost, irptaros protos.
Mark io. 44 And whosoever of you will be the chiefest
CHIZFEST place
Head, VtCt rosh.
1 Sa. 9. 22 made them sit in the chiefest place
CHIEFEST, very
Very much, virtp\lav huperlian.
2 Co. ii. 5 I was not a whit behind the very chiefest
12. ii in nothing am 1 behind the very chiefest
CHIEFLY
I.Most of all, fj.d\t(rra malista.
Phil. 4. 22 chiefly they that are of Cesar s household
a Pet. 2. io But chiefly them that walk after the flesh
2. First, foremost, irptarov prdton.
Rom. 3. 2 chiefly, because that unt > them were
[See aim Captain, corner, governor musician, priest,
publican, room, ruler, seat, shepherd, speaker syn
agogue.]
CHILD
1. Son, }$bcn.
a Ki. 4. 14 Verily she hath no child, and her husband
2. Him, (ujjon] him, v^y al-ae.
2 Ki. 4. 34 and he stretched himself upon the child
Gen. 1 1. 30 l*ut Sarai was barren ; she (had) no child
4.C%j W,iSi -i-ded [V.L. iSi],
2 Sa. 6." 23 Michal the daughter of Saul had no child
5. Seed, JT3J zcra.
Lev. 22. 13 be a widow, or divorced, and have no child
1 Sa. i. ii wilt give unto thine handmaid a man child
6. Child, Cycled.
Gen. 21.8 And the child grew, and was weaned : and
21. 14 and gave (it) unto Hagar. .and the child
21. 15 she cast the child under one of the shrubs
21. 16 said, Let me not see the death of the child
37. 30 The child (is) not ; and I, whither shall I
42. 22 saying, Do not sin against the child ; and
44. 20 and a child of bis old age, a little one; and
Exod 2. 3 daubed it. .and put the child therein; and
2. 6 when she had opened (it), she saw the chi.
2. 7 that she may nurse the child for thee?
2. 8 the maid went and called the child s mo.
2. 9 Take this child away, and nurse it for me
2. 9 the woman took the child, and nursed it
2. io the child grew, and she brought him unto
Euth 4. 16 Naomi took the child, and laid it in her
2 Sa. 12. 15 LORD struck the child that Uriah s wife
12. 1 8 And it came to pass, .that the child died
12. 1 8 feared to tell him that the child was dead
12. 18 Behold, while the child was yet alive, we
12. 18 if we tell him that the child is dead ?
12. 19 David perceived that the child was dead
12. 19 David said . . Is the child dead ? And
12.2: Thou didst fast and weep for the child . . but
12. 21 when the child was dead, thou didst rise
12. 22 While the child was yet alive, I fasted
12. 22 GOD will be gracious, .the child may live
iKi. 3. 25 the king said, Divide the living child in
14. 12 when thy feet enter, .the child shall die
17. 21 he stretched himself upon the child three
17. 21 let this child s soul come into him again
17. 22 the soul of the child came into him again
17. 23 Elijah took the child, and orought him
2 Ki. 4. 1 8 when the child was grown, it fell on a
4. 26 (is it) well with the child ? And she an.
4 34 And he went up, and lay upon the child
4. 34 and the llesh of the child waxed warm
Eccl. 4. 13 Better (is) a poor and a wise child than an
4. 15 with the second child that shall stand up
Isa. Q. 6 unto us a child is born, unto us a son is
Jer. 31. 20 Ephraim my dear son . . a pleasant child ?
7.La<l, "ijjj naar.
Judg 13. 5 , 7 for the child shall be a Nazarite
13. 8 what we shall do unto the child that
13. 12 How shall we order the child, and (how)
13. 24 the child grew, and the LORD blessed him
i Sa. i. 22 (I will not go up) until the child be
i. 24 she took him up. .and the child (was)
i. 25 they slew a bullock, and brought the child
1. 27 For this chi Id I prayed; and the LORD
2. 1 1 child did minister unto the LORD before
2. 1 3 ministered . .(being) a child, girded with a
a. 21 And the child Samuel grew before the
a. 26 the child Samuel grew on, and was in
3. i the child Samuel ministered unto the
3. 8 perceived . . the LORD had called the child
4. 21 A nd she named the child I-chabod, saying
>. Sa. 12. i David, .besought God for the child ; and
1 Ki. 3. 7 I (am but) a little child: I know not (how)
ii. 17 Hadad fled, he. .(being) yet a little child
14. 3 tell thee what shall become of the child
14. 17 when she came to the threshold., the child
2 KI 4. 29 lay my staff upon the face of the child
4. 30 the mother of the child said, (As) the
4. 31 laid the staff upon the face of the child
4. 3: told him, saying, The child is not awaked
4. 32 behold, the child was dead, (and) laid
4. 35 the child sneezed, .and the child opened
5. 14 his flesh came again like, .a little child
Prov 20. 1 1 a child is known by his doings, whether
22. 6 Train up a child in the way he should go
22. 15 Foolishness (is) bound in the heart of a c.
23. 13 Withold not correction from the child
29. 15 but a child left to (himself) bringeth his
Eccl. io. 16 \Voe to thee. .when thy king (is) a child
Isa. 3. 5 the child shall behave himself proudly
7. 16 before the child shall know to refuse the
8. 4 before the child shall have knowledge to
10. IQ the rest, .shall be few, that a child may
11. 6 and a little child shall lead them
65. 20 the child shall die an hundred years old
Jer. i. 6 behold, I cannot speak, for I (am) a child
i. 7 the LORD said.. Say not, I (am) a child: for
Hos. ii. i Whenlsrael(was)achild,thenllovedhiii
8. Youth, lad, } noar.
j
b 33 2S Hi? fiesh sha11 be fresher than a child s
Prov 29. 21 brineeth up his servant from a child
9. Suckling, SSty olel.
Jer. 44. 7 to cut off. from you.. child and suckling
I0.7iabe (newly born or unborn), &p(<pos brephos.
2 Ti. 3. 15 that from a child thou hast known the
\\.liabe (without full power of speech), v^-irios.
i Co 13. ii When I was a child, I spake as a child
13. 1 1 I understood as a child, I thought as a ch.
Gal. 4. i the heir, as long as he is a child, differeth
1 2. A little or young lad, ireuS/of paidion.
Mark 9. 24 straightway the father of the child cried
9. 36 he took a child, and set him in the midst
Luke i. 59 they came to circumcise the child ; and
i. 66 What manner of child shall this be And
i. 76 thou, child, shalt be called the Prophet
1. 80 the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit
2. 17 which was told them concerning this ch.
2. 21 days, .for the circumcising of (the child]
2. 27 the parents brought iu the child Jesus
2. 40 the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit
9. 47 And Jesus, .took a child, and set him by
9. 48 Whosover shall receive this child in my
John 4. 49 saith . .Sir, come down ere iriy child die
16. 21 as soon as she is delivered of the child
Heb ii. 23 because they saw (he was) a proper child
13.,4 lad, boy, child, servant, irais pais.
Matt 17. 18 the child was cured from that very hour
Luke 2, 43 the child Jesus tarried behind in Jerus.
9. 42 healed the child, and delivered him again
Acts 4. 27 of a truth against thy holy child Jesus
4. 30 done by the name of thy holy child Jesus
14. One born, a child, T(KI>OV teknon.
Matt io. 21 to death, and the father the child : and the
Luke i. 7 they had no child, because that Elizabeth
Acts 7. 5 to his seed., when (as yet) he had no child
Rev. 12. 4 devour her child as soon as it was born
12. 5 her child was caught up unto God, and
IL.Son, vi6s hiiios.
Matt 23. 15 make him twofold more the child of hell
Acts 13. io (thou) child of the devil, (thou) enemy of
Rev 12. 5 And she brought forth a man child, who
[Sec also Fatherless, first, maid, man child, suckling
weaned, young.]
CHILD, to be a
To act as a speechless babe, vriirtdfa nepiazo.
i Co 14. 20 howbeit in malice be ye children, but in
CHILD bearing
Bearing of children, reKvoyovia. teknogonia.
i Tim 2. 15 she shall be saved in child bearing, if
CHILD, to be delivered of a
1. To bear, bring forth, iS; yalad.
i Ki. 3. 17 I was delivered of a child with her in the
2. To bear a child, riKrta tikto.
Heb. ii. ii [was delivered of a child] when she was
CHILD, great -with -
Pregnant, holding in, conceiving, tyicvos e~/l:nos.
Luke 2. 5 Mary his., wife, being great with child
CHILD, of a
From boyhood, ira.i1>i69tv paidiothen.
Mark 9. 21 How long is it ago. .And he said, Of a ch.
CHILD or children, little
I. Little one, *]B taph. Num 1 6. 27 and their sons, and their little children
Esth. 3. 13 both young and old, little children and
Eze. 9. 6 Slay.. both maids, and little children
2. Little or young child, iratSiov paidion.
Matt. 18. 2 Jesus called a little child unto him, and
18. 3 Except ye be converted . .as little children
18. 4 shall humble himself as this little child
18. 5 whoso shall receive one such little child
19. 13 Then were there brought, .little children
19. 14 Suffer little children, and forbid them not
Markio. 14 Suffer the little children to come unto me
io. 15 receive the kingdom, . ss a little child
LukeiS. 16 Suffer little children to come unto me
18. 17 receive the kingdom., as a little child shall
i Jo. 2. 13 I write unto you, lit*, e children, because
2. 18 Little children, it is the last time : and as
3. Little or young child, rtiu-iov leknion.
John 13. 33 Little children, yet a little while I am
Gal 4. 19 My [little children], of whom I travail in
i Jo. 2. i My little children, these things write I
2. 12 little children, .your sins are forgiven you
2. 28 And now, little children, abide iu him
3. 7 Little children, let no man deceive you
3. 18 My little children, let us not love in word
4. 4 Ye are of God, little children, and have
5. 21 Little children, keep yourselves from idols
CHILD, only
I. Only one, TIT yachid.
Judg 1 1 34 daughter came . . she (was his) only child
2. Only born, fj.ovoyfvi\s monogenes.
Luke 9. 38 I beseech thee. .for he is mine only child
CHILD, sucking
Buckling, Siy ul.
Isa. 49. 15 Can a woman forget her sucking child
CHILD, young
Little or young lad, iratSiov paidion.
Matt. 2. 8 Go and search . .for the young child
2. git., stood over where the young child was
2. ii they saw the young child with Mary his
2. 13, 20 Arise, and take the young child and
CHILD 159 CHILDREN
Mutt. -. 13 Herod will seek the young child to destroy
2. 14 he took the young child and his mother
2. 20 they are dead which sought the young chi.
2. 21 he arose, and took the young child and
CHILD, she that is with
Full, n$5?a mdeah.
Ecel. it. 5 in the womb of her that is with child
CHILD, with
To conceive, rrjri harah.
Gen. 16. n Behold, thou (art) with child and shalt
38. 24 behold, she (is) with child by whoredom
38. 25 By the man whose these (are am) I with c.
Exod 21. 22 hurt a woman with child, so that her
i Sa. n. 5 and told David, and said, I (am) with chi.
CHILD, to be with
l.To conceive, rnrr harah (nnn hariyyah).
Gen. 19. 36 Thuswere both., with child by their father
Isa. 26. 18 We have been with child, we have been
.2. To have in the womb, s^co fv yaarpi [echo].
Matt. i. 1 8 she was found with child of the Holy Gho.
i. 23 Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and
24. 19 woe unto them that are with child, and
Mark 1 3. 17 But woe to them that are with child
Luke 21. 23 But woe unto them that are with child
1 Th. 5. 3 upon them, as . . upon a woman with chi.
Rev. 12. 2 And she being with child cried, travailing
CHILD, to travail with
l.To be paiiied (in travail], r n chul.
Isa. 54. i thou (that) didst not travail with child
2. To bring forth, i1
?; yalad.
Jer. 30. 6 see whether a man doth travail with chi.
31. 8 her that travaileth with child together
CHILD, woman with
To conceive, .Tin harah (n;in hariyyah}.
2 Kl 8. 12 thou wilt, .rip up their women with child
15. 16 women, .that were with child he ripped
Isa. 26. 17 Like as a woman with child,(that) draweth
Jer. 31. 8 the woman with child and her that
II os. 13 16 their women witli child shall be ripped
Amos i. 13 they have ripped up the women with chi.
CHILDHOOD
1. Youth, rwiS: yalduth.
Lccl. ii. 10 Therefore remove sorrow., for childhood
2. Jjoyhood, D l yj neurim.
i Sa. 12. 2 I have walked, .from my childhood unto
CHILDISH
Jjitbyish, vijirtos nepios.
i Co. 13. ii when I became a man, I put away child.
CHILDLESS
l.ttarren, T WJ. uriri.
Gen. 15. 2 wilt thou give me, seeing I go childless
Lev. 20. 20 bear their sm ; they shall die childless
20. 21 his brother s nakedness: they shall bech.
Jer. 22 30 Write ye this man childless, a man (that)
2. Childless, without a child, &Tfxvos ateknos.
Luke 20. 30 the second took her. .and he died ch.
CHILDLESS, to be
To be bereaved, Vsy shakol.
i Sa. 15 33 s>o shall thy mother be childless among
CHILDLESS, to make
To bereave, Vb? shakol, 3.
i Sa. 15. 33 As thy sword hath made women childless
CHILDREN [See CHILD.]
l.Srm (produce], |3 ben.
Gen. 3. 16 in sorrow thou shalt bring forth children
io. 21 also, the father of all the children of Eber
jo. 22 The children of Shem ; Elam, and Asshur
10. 23 And the children of Aram ; Uz and Hul
11. 5 tower, which the children of men builded
18. 19 that he will command his children and
19. 38 the same (is) the father of the children of
21. 7 Sarah should have given children suck ?
22. ?.o she hath also born children unto thy bro.
23. 5 the children of Heth answered Abraham
23. 7 Abraham.. bowed.. to the children of Heth
23. io Ephron dvvelt among the children of Heth
23. io in the audience of the children of Heth
23. 1 8 in the presence of the children of Heth
25. 4 All these (were) the children of Keturah
25. 22 the children struggled together within
30. i said. .Give me children, or else I die
31. 16 that (is) our s, and our children s : now
31. 43 and (these) children (are) my children
31. 43 unto their children which they have born?
32. ii smite me,(and) the mother with the child.
32. 32 Therefore the children of Israel eat not
33. 19 his tent, at the hand of the children of H.
36. 2 1 these (are) the dukes . . the children of Seir
36. 22 children of Lotan were Hori and Heman
36. 23 the children of Shobal (were) these; Alvan
36. 24 these (are) the children of Zibeon ; both
36. 25 the children of Anah (were) these; Dishon
36. 26 these (are) the children of Dishon ; Hem.
36. 27 The children of Ezer (are) these ; Bilhan
36. 28 the children of Dishan (are) these ; Uz
36. 31 there reigned any king over the children
37. 3 loved Joseph more than all his children
45. io thy children, and thy children s children
45. 21 the children of Israel did so : und Joseph
46. 8 these (are) the names of the children of Is.
49. 8 thy father s children shall bow down
49. 32 The purchase . .(was) from the children of
Geu. 50. 23 And Joseph saw Ephraim s children of the
50. 23 the children also of Machir the son of
50. 25 And Joseph took an oath of the children
Exod. i. i Now these (are) the names of the children
i. 7 the children . . were fruitful, and increased
i. 9 the people of the children of Israel (are)
i. 12 were grieved because of the children of
1. 13 the Egyptians made the children of Israel
2. 23 the children of Israel sighed by reason
2. 25 God.looked upon the children of Israel
9 the cry of the children of Israel is come
10 mayest bring forth mypeople the children
11 should bring forth the children of Israel
13 (when) I come unto the children of Israel
14, 15 Thus shalt thou say unto the children
29 Hoses, .gathered . . elders of the children
31 that the LORD had visited the children of
14, 15, 19 the officers of the children of Israel
5 also heard the groaning of the children
6 say unto the children of Israel, I (am) the
9 Moses spake so unto the children of Israel
11 that he let the children of Israel go out
12 the children of Israel have not hearkened
13 gave them a charge unto the children of
13 to bring the children of Israel out of the
26 Bring out the children of Israel from the
27 to bring out the children of Israel from
2 that he send the children of Israel out of
4 I may . . bring forth . . the children of Israel
5 bring out the children of Israel from
4 nothing die of all (that is) the children s
6 but of the cattle of the children of Israel
26 where the children of Israel (were) was
35 neither would he let the children of Israel
20 so that he would not let the children of
23 but all the children of Israel had light
26 it shall come to pass, when your children
27 who passed over the houses of the children
28 the children of Israel went away, and
31 both ye and the children of Israel; and go
35 the children of Israel did according to the
37 the children of Israel journeyed from
40 the sojourning of the children of Israel
42 be observed of all the children of Israel
50 Thus did all the children of Israel ; as the
51 the LORD did bring the children of Israel
2 openeth the womb among the children
13 first born of man among thy children
15 but all the first born of my children I
1 8 the children of Israel went up harnessed
19 for he had straitly sworn the children of
2, 15 Speak unto the children of Israel, that
3 Pharaoh will say of the children of Israel
8 he pursued after the children of Israel
8 and the children of Israel went out with
io when Pharaoh drew nigh, the children of
10 the children of Israel cried out unto the
16 and the children of Israel shall go on dry
22 the children of Israel went into the
29 the children of Israel walked upon dry
i Then sang Moses and the children of Is.
19 but the children of Israel went on dry
i, 2, 9, io congregation of the children of Is.
3 And the children of Israel said unto
izbaveheardthemurmurlngBofthechildren
15 when the children of Israel saw (it), they
17 the children of Israel did so, aud gathered
35 the children of Israel did eat manna forty
i congregation of the children of Israel
3 to kill us and our children and our cattle
7 because of the chiding of the children of
1 when the children of Israel were gone
3 Thus shalt thou . . tell the children of:Is.
6 which thou shalt speak unto the children
5 iniquity of the fathers upon the children
22 Thus thou shalt say unto the children of
5 I love my master, my wife, and my child.
24 be widows, and your children fatherless
5 he sent young men of the children of Isr.
1 1 upon the nobles of the children of Israel
1 7 sight . . (was) . . in the eyes of the children
2 Speak unto the children of Israel, that
22 commandment unto the children of Israel
20 thou shalt command the children of Israel
21 a statute, .on the behalf of the children
i And take thou . . from among the children
9, ii, 21, 29 the names of the children of Isr.
12 stones of memorial unto the children of
21, 29, 30 of the children of Israel
38 which the children of Israel shall hallow
28 by a statute for ever from the children of
28 heave offering from the children of Israel
43 there I will meet with the children of Is.
45 I will dwell among the children of Israel
12 When thou takest the sum of the children
:6 take the atonement money of the children
16 a memorial unto the children of Israel
31 thou shalt speak unto the children of Isr.
13 Speak thou also unto the children of Isr.
16 children of Israel shall keep the sabbath
17 It (is) a sign between me and the children
20 and made the children of Israel drink
28 And the children of Levi did according to
5 Say unto the children of Israel, Ye (are) a
6 the children of Israel stripped themselves
7 and upon the children s children unto
30 when Aaron and all the children of Israel
32 afterward all the children of Israel came
34 he came out and spake unto the children
35 the children of Israelsaw the face of Mos.
i , 4, 20 the congregation of the children of Is.
29 The children of Israel brought a willing
Exod. 35. 30 Moses said unto the children of Israel
36. 3 which the children of Israel had brought
39. 6, 14 the names of the children of Israel
39. 7 for a memorial to the children of Israel
39. 32 and the children of Israel did according
39. 42 so the children of Israel made all the
40. 36 the children of Israel went onward in all
Lev. i. 2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and
4. 2 Speak unto the children of Israel, saying
6. 18 All the males among the children of Aaron
7. 23, 29 Speak unto the children of Israel
7. 34 shoulder have I taken of the children of
7. 34 for ever from among the children of Israel
7. 36 to be given them of the children of Israel
7. 38 he commanded the children of Israel to
9. 3 And unto the children of Israel thou
io. ii And that ye may teach the children of Is.
10. 14 out of the sacrifices, .of the children of
11. 2 Speak unto the children of Israel, saying
12. 2 Speak unto the children of Israel, saying
15. 2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and say
15. 31 Thus shall ye separate the children of Is.
1 6. 5 the congregation of the children of Isr.
16. 19 from the uncleanness of the children of
16. 21 confess, .all the iniquities of the children
16. 34 to make an atonement for the children
17. 2 Speak., unto all the children of Israel, ai.d
17. 5 To the end that the children of Israel
17. 12, 14 Therefore I said unto the children of
17. 13 whatsoever man (there be) of the children
18. 2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and
19. 2 all the congregation of the children of
19. 18 nor bear any grudge against the children
20. 2 thou shalt say to the children of Israel
21. 24 to his sons, and unto all the children of
22. 2, 15 from the holy things of the children of
22. 3 which the children of Israel hallow unto
22. 18 to his sons, and unto all the children of
22. 32 I will be hallowed among the children of
23. 2, io, 24, 34 Speak unto the children of Israel
23. 43 that I made the children of Israel to
23. 44 declared unto the children of Israel the
24. 2 Command the children of Israel, that they
24. 8 (being taken) from the children of Israel
24. io went out among the children of Israel
24. 15 And thou shalt speak unto the children
24. 23 And Moses spake to the children of Is.
24. 23 And the children of Israel did as the
25. 2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and
25. 33 their possession among the children of Is.
25. 41, 54 (both) he and his children with him
25. 45 Moreover of the children of the strangers
25. 46 as an inheritance for your children after
25. 46 but over your brethren the children of Is.
25. 55 unto me the children of Israel (are) serv.
26. 46 LORD made between him and the children
27. 2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and
27. 34 for the children of Israel in mount Sinai
Num. i. 2, 53 congregation of the children of.Jsrael
T. io Of the children of Joseph : of Ephraim
i. 20 And the children of Reuben, Israel s:eldtst
i. 22 Of the children of Simeon, by their genera,
i. 24 Of the children of Gad, by their genera,
i. 26 Of the children of Judah, by their genera.
i. 28 Of the children of Issachar, by their gen.
i. 30 Of the children of Zebulun, by their
i. 32 Of the children of Joseph, .of the children
i. 34 Of the children of Manasseh, by their gen.
i. 36 Of the children of Benjamin, by their gen.
i. 38 Of the children of Dan, by their genera.
i. 40 Of the children of Asher, by their genera,
i. 42 Of the children of Naphtali, throughout
i. 45 were numbered of the children of Israel
i. 49 the sum of them among the children of
1. 52 the children of Israel shall pitch their
t. 54 the children of Israel did according to
2. 2 Every man of the children of Israel shall
2. 3 Nahshon. .captain of the children of Judah
2. 5 Nathaneel . . captain of the children of Iss.
2. 7 Eliab .. captain of the children of Zebulun
2. io, 12, 20,25, 27, 29 captain of the children of
2. 32 numbered of the children of Israel
2. 33 were not numbered among the children
2. 34 And the children of Israel did according
3. 4 died, .and they had no children : and E.
3. 8 and the charge of the children of Israel
3. 9 given unto him out of the children of Is.
3. 12 the Levites from among the children of
3. 12 openeth the matrix among the children
3. 15 Number the children of Levi after the
3. 38 for the charge of the children of Israel
3. 40 first born of the males of the children
3. 41, 42, 45 first born among the children of
3. 41 among the cattle of the children of Israel
3. 46, 50 of the first born of the children of Isr,
5. 2 Command the children of Israel, that
5. 4 And the children of Israel did so, and
5. 4 spake unto Moses, so did the children
5. 6, 12 Speak unto the children of Israel, and
5. 9 of all the holy things of the children
6. 2 Speak unto the children of Israel ai:d
6. 23 On this wise ye shall bless the children
6. 27 shall put my name upon the children
7. 24 Eliab . . prince of the children of Zebu.
7. 30 prince of the children of Reuben
7. 36 Shelumiel. .prince of the children of S
7. 42 Eliasaph. .prince of the children of G
7. 48 Elishama. .prince of the children of
7. 54 Gamaliel, .prince of the children of
7. 60 Abidan. .prince of the children of B.
7. 66 Ahiezer. .prince of the children of D.
7. 72 Pagiel . .prince of the children of As.
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Num. 7. 78 Ahira. .prince of the children of X
8. 6, 14 Take the Levites from among the chi.
8. 9 the whole assembly of the children of Is.
8. 10 the children of Israel shall put their
8. ii an offering of the children of Israel
8. 16 given unto me from among the children
8. 16 the first born of all the children of Israel
8. 17, 18 all the first born of the children of Is.
8. 19 to his sous from among the children of I.
8. 19 to do the service of the children of Israel
8. 19 to make an atonement for the children
8. 19 there be no plague among the children
8. 19 when the children of Israel come nigh
8. 20 all the congregation of the children of
8. 20 so did the children of Israel unto them
9. 2 Let the children of Israel also keep the pa.
9. 4 And Moses spake unto the children of Isr.
9. 5 according to . . so did the children of Isr.
9. 7 we may not offer . . among the children
9. 10 Speak unto the children of Israel, saying
9. 17 then after that the children of Israel
9. 17 there the children of Israel pitched their
9. 18 At the commandment, .the children of Isr.
9. 19 then the children of Israel kept the charge
9. 22 the children of Israel abode in their tents
10. 12 And the children of Israel took their
10. 14 the standard of the camp of the children
10. 15 the host of the tribe of the children of Iss.
10. 16, 19, 20 the host of the tribe of the child.
10. 22 the standard of the camp of the children
10. 23, 24 the host of the tribe of the children
10. 25 the standard of the camp of the children
10. 26, 27 the host of the tribe of the children
10. 28 (were) the jouraeyiugs of the children
ji. 4 and the children of Israel also wept again
13. 2 which I give unto the children of Israel
13. 3 all those men (were) heads of the children
13. 24 which the children of Israel cut down
13. 26 to all the congregation of the children
13. 32 they had searched unto the children
14. 2 And all the children of Israel murmured
14. 5 of the congregation of the children of Is.
14. 7 unto all the company of the children
14. 10 appeared, .before all the children of Israel
14. 18 visiting the iniquity, .upon the children
14. 27 heard the murmurings of the children of
j 4. 33 your children shall wauder in the wilder.
14. 39 told these sayings unto all the children
15. 2, 18, 38 Speak unto the children of Israel
15. 25, 26 all the congregation of the children
15. 29 him that is born among the children
15. 32 while the children of Israel were in the
16. 2 with certain of the children of Israel
1 6. 38 they shall be a sign unto the children
16. 40 a memorial unto the children of Israel
16. 41 all the congregation of the children
17. 2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and take
17. 5 the murmurings of the children of Israel
17. 6 And Moses spake unto the children of Is.
17. 9 before the LORD unto all the children
17. 12 And the children of Israel spake unto M.
1 8. 5 no wrath any more upon the children
18. 6 the Levites from among the children
18. 8 all the hallowed things of the children
18. ii all the wave offerings of the children of
18. 19 which the children of Israel offer unto
18. 20 thine inheritance among the children of
18. 21 I have given the children of Levi all the
18. 22 Neither must the children of Israel
18. 23 among the children of Israel they have
3. 24 But the tithes of the children of Israel
3. 24 Among the children of Israel they shall
8. 26 When ye take of the children of Israel
3. 28 which ye receive of the children of Israel
3. 32 pollute the holy things of the children
9. 2 Speak unto the children of Israel, that
9. 9 for the congregation of the children of Is.
9. 10 and it shall be unto the children of Israel
o. i Then came the children of Israel, (even)
o. 12 to sanctify me in the eyes of the children
o. 13 because the children of Israel strove
o. 19 And the children of Israel said unto him
o. 22 And the children of Israel, .journeyed
o. 24 which I have given unto the children of
1. 10 And the children of Israel set forward
91. 24 even unto the children of Ammon
21. 24 the border of the children of Ammon
22. i And the children of Israel set forward
22. 3 Moab was distressed because of the chil.
22. 5 the river, .of the children of his people
24. 17 and destroy all the children of Sheth
25. 6 one of the children of Israel came and
25. 6 of all the congregation of the children of
25. 8 the plague was stayed from the children
25. ii turned my wrath away from the children
25. 1 1 that I consumed not the children of
25. 13 made an atonement for the children
26. 2 of all the congregation of the children
26. 4 commanded Moses and the children
26. 5 the eldest son . . the children of Keuben
26. ii Notwithstanding the children of Korah
26. 15 The children of Gad after their families
26. 1 8 These (are) the families of the children
26. 44 (Of) the children of Asher after their
26. 51 These (were) the numbered of the child.
26. 62 not numbered among the children
26. 62 given them among the children of Israel
26. 63, 64 numbered the children of Israel in
27. 8 thou shalt speak unto the children of Is
27. ii it shall be unto the children of Israel
27. 12 which I have given unto the children
27. 20 all the congregation of the children
Num. 27. 21 and all the children of Israel with him
28. 2 Command the children of Israel, and say i
29. 40 And Moses told the children of Israel i
30. i Moses spake, .concerning the children
31. 2 Avenge the children of Israel of the Mid.
31. 9 And the children of Israel took (all) the
31. 12 unto the congregation of the children
31. 16 Behold, these caused the children of Isr.
31. 30, 42, 47 of the children of Israel s half
31. 54 (for) a memorial for the children of Israel
32. i children of Reuben and the children of G.
32. 2, 25 The children of Gad and the children
32. 29, 31 the children of Gad and the children
32. 6 And Moses said unto the children of Gad
32. 6 And Moses said . . to the children of Reu.
32. 7, 9 discourage ye . . the children of Israel
32. 17 will go ready armed before the children
32. 18 until the children Israel have inherited
32. 28 fathers of the tribes of the children of Is.
32. 33 gave unto them, (even) to the children of
32. 33 and to the children of Reuben, and unto
32. 34 And the children of Gad built Dibon
32. 37 And the children of Reuben built Ileshbon
32. 39 And the children of Machir. .went to Gil.
33. i These (are) the journeys of the children
33. 3 on the morrow . . the children of Israel
33. 5 And the children of Israel removed from
33. 38 afterthe children of Israel were come out
33. 40 heard of the coming of the children of Is.
33. 51 Speak unto the children of Israel, and
34. 2 Command the children of Israel, and say
34. 13 Moses commanded the children
34. 14 For the tribe of the children of Reuben
34. 14 and the tribe of the children of Gad
34. 20 Andof the tribe of the children of Simeon
34. 22 the prince of the tribe of the children
34. 23 The prince of the children of Joseph
34. 23 for the tribe of the children of Manasseh
34. 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 of the tribe of the children
34. 29 divide the inheritance unto the children
35. 2 Command the children of Israel, that they
35. 8 the possession of the children of Israel
35. 10 Speak unto the children of Israel, and
35. 15 for the children of Israel, and for the
35. 34 for I the LORD dwell among the children
36. i of the families of the children of Gilead
36. i the chief fathers of the children of Israel
36. 2 for an inheritance by lot to the children
36. 3 of the
(other) tribes of the children of Isr.
36. 4 whentne jubilee of the children of Israel
36. 5 Moses commanded the children of Israel
36. 7 the inheritance of the children of Israel
36. 7 every ue of the children of Israel shall
36. 8 in any tribe of the children of Israel
36. 8 that the children of Israel may enjoy
36. 9 every one of the tribes of the children
36. 13 Moses unto the children of Israel
Deut. i. 3 Moses spake unto the children of Israel
i. 36 I give the land . . and to his children
1. 39 and your children, . .they shall go 1n
2. 4 coast of your brethren the children of E.
2. 8 from our brethren the children of Esau
2. 9, 19 I have given Ar unto the children of L.
2. 12 but the children of Esau succeeded them
2. 19 comest nigh over against the children
2. 19, 37 the land of the children of Ammon
2. 22 As he did to the children of Esau
2. 29 As the children of Esau which dwelt in S.
3. ii (is) it not in Rabbath of the children of A.
3. 16 (which is) the border of the children of A.
3. 18 before your brethren the children of Isr.
4. 10 and (that) they may teach their children
4. 25 thou shalt beget children, and children s
4. 40 with thee. and with thy children after
4. 44 which Moses set before the children of I.
4. 45 which Moses spake unto the children of
4. 46 whom Moses and the children of Israel
5. 9 visiting the iniquity . . upon the children
5. 29 with them, and with their children for
6. 7 thou shalt teach them . . unto thy children
9. 2 A people great and tall, the children of
9. 2 Who can stand before the children of A.
10. 6 And the children of Israel took their
10. 6 from Beeroth of the children of Jaakan
11. 2 for (I speak) not with your children
ii. 19 And ye shall teach them you. children
11. 21 and the days of your children, in the
12. 25 with thee, and with thy children after
12. 28 and with thy children after thee for ever
13. 13 the children of Belial, are gone out from
14. i Ye (are) the children of the LOUD your
17. 20 may prolong (his) days . . and his children
21. 15 and they have born him children
23. 8 The children that are begotten of them
24. 7 stealing wy of his brethren of the children
24. 16 for the children, neither shall the children
28. 54 and toward the remnant of his children
28. 55 to any. .of the flesh of his children
28. 57 toward her children which she shall bear
29. i to make with the children of Israel in the
29. 22 of your children that shall rise up after
29. 29 unto us and to our children for ever
30. 2 thou and thy children, with all thir.e
31. 13 And (that) their children, .may hear, and
31. 19 and teach it the children of Israel
31. 19 a witness for me against the children of
31. 22 and taught it the children of Israel
31. 23 for thou shalt bring the children of Isr.
32. 5 their spot (is) not (the spot) of his children
32. 8 according to the number of the children
32. 20 a very froward generation, children in
32. 46 which ye shall command your children
Deut. 32. 49 which I give unto the children of Israel
32. 51 against me among the children of Israel
32. 51 not in the midst of the children of
32. 52 unto the land which I give the children
33. i Moses the man of God blessed the child.
33. 9 nor knew his own children : for they havo
33. 24 (Let) Asher (be) blessed with children
34. 8 And the children of Israel wept for Moses
34. 9 and the children of Israel hearkened unto
Josh. i. 2 I do give to them .. to the children of Isr.
2. 2 there came men . . of the children of Israel
3. i to Jordan, he and all the children of Israel
3. 9 And Joshua said unto the children of Is.
4. 4 whom he had prepared of the children
4. 5, 8 according unto the number of the. .ch.
4. 6 when your children ask (their fathers) in
4. 7 for a memorial unto the children of Isr.
4. 8 the children of Israel did so as Joshua
4. 12 the children of Reuben, and the children
4. 12 passed over armed before the children of
4. 21 And he spake unto the children of Israel
4. 21 When your children shall ask their
4. 22 Then ye shall let your childrt n know
5. i dried up the waters, .from before the ch.
; 5. i neitherwas there spirit . .because of the ch.
5. 2 and circumcise again the children of Isr
5. 3 and circumcised the children of Israel
5. 6 For the children of Israel walked forty
5. 7 And their children . . them Joshua
5. 10 And the children of Israel encamped in
5. 12 neither had the children of Israel manua
6. i because of the children of Israel : none
7. i the children of Israel committed a
7. i anger of the LORD was kindled ag. the c.
7. 12 Therefore the children of Israel could not
7. 23 unto Joshua, and unto all the children of
1
8. 31 Moses . . commanded the children of Israel
8. 32 in the presence of the children of Israel
9. 17 And the children of Israel journeyed
9. 18 And the children of Israel smote them
9. 26 out of the hand of the children of Israel
10. 4 with Joshua and with the children of Is.
10. ii whom the children of Israel slew with
10. 12 up the Amorites before the children of I.
10. 20 Joshua and the children of Israel had
10. 21 his tongue against any of the children
11. 14 the children of Israel took for a prey
n. 19 that made peace with the children of Is.
11. 22 none, .left in the land of the children of
12. i which the children of Israel smote
12. 2 (which is) the border of the children of A.
12. 6 Them did Moses, .and the children of I.
12. 7 Joshua and the children of Israel smote
13. 6 drive out from before the children of Isra.
13. 10 unto the border of the children ofAmmon
13. 13 Nevertheless the children of Israel expe.
13. 15 Moses gave unto . .the children of Reuben
13. 22 Balaam, .did the children of Israel slay
13. 23 the border of the children of Reuben
13. 23 This (was) the inheritance of the children
13. 24 unto the children of Gad according to
13. 25 half the land of the children of Animon
13. 28 This (is) the inheritance of the children
13. 29 of the children of Manasseh by their
13. 31 (pertaining) unto the children of Machir
13. 31 to the one half of the children of Machir
14. i which the children of Israel inherited in
14. i the heads of the fathers of the. .children
14. 4 For thechildren of Joseph were twotribes
14. 5 so the children of Israel did, and thejr
14. 6 Then the children of Judah came unto J.
14. 9 thine inheritance, and thy children s for
15. i of the children of Judah by their families
15. 12 This (is) the coast of the children of J.
15. 13 he gave a part among the children of J.
15. 20, 21 of the tribe of the children of Judah
15. 63 thechildren ofJudah could notdrive them
15. 63 the Jebusites dwell with the children of J.
1 6. i the lot of the children of Joseph fell from
16. 4 So the children of Joseph, .took their
16. 5 the border of the children of Ephraim . .
16. 8 This (is) the inheritance, .of the children
16. 9 the separate cities for the children of E.
1 6. 9 among the inheritance of the children of
17. 2 for the rest of the children of Manasseh
17. 2 for the children of Abiezer. .the children
17. 2 the children of Asriel . . the children of S.
17. 2 the children of Hepher. .the children of
17. 2 these were the male children of Manasseh
17. 8 Tappuah . . (belonged) to the children of E.
17. 12 the children of Manasseh could not drive
. . the whole congregation of the children
8. 2 remained among the children of Israel
8. 3 And Joshua said unto the children of I.
8. 10 Joshua divided the land unto the children
8. ii the lot of the tribe of the children of B.
8. ii children of Judah and the children of J.
8. 14 Kirjath-jearim, a city of the children of
.8. 20 This (was) the inheritance of the children
1 8. 21 Now the cities, .of the children of Benja.
1 8. 28 This (is) the inheritance of the children
19. i, 8 the tribe of the children of Simeon
19. i within the inheritance of the children of
19. 9 Out of the portion of the children of Jud.
19. 9 the inheritance of the children of Simeon
19. 9 the part of the children of Judah was too
19. 9 therefore the children, .had their inheri.
19. 10 the third lot came up for the children
i j. 16 This (is) the inheritance of the chiltiren
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Josh. 19. 17 for the children, .according to their fam
19. 23 This (is) the inheritance, .of the childrer
19. 24, 31 for the tribe of the children of Ashei
19. 32 The sixth lot came out to the children o:
19. 32 for the children of Naphtali according to
19. 39 This is the inheritance . . of the children of
19. 40, 48 tribe of the children of Dan according
19. 47 And the coast of the children of Dan went
19. 47 therefore the children of Dan went up to
19. 49 the children of Israel gave an inheritance
19. 51 the heads of the fathers . . of the children
20. 2 Speak to the children of Israel, saying
20. 9 appointed for all the children of Israel
21. i heads of the fathers . . of the children of I.
21. 3 And the children of Israel gave unto the
21. 4 and the children of Aaron . . had by lot
21. 5 And the rest of the children of Kolmth
21. 6 the children of Gershon (had) by lot out
21. 7 The children of Merari by their families
21. 8 the children of Israel gave by lot unto
21. 9 they gave out of the tribe of the children
21. 9 and out of the tribe of the children of S.
21. 10 Which the children of Aaron, .had
21. 10 of the Kohathiti s. .of the children of L.
21. 13 Thus they gave to the children of Aaron
21. IQ All the cities of the children of Aaron
21. 20 the families of the children of Kohath
21. 20 Levites which remained of the children
21. 26 for the families of the children of Kohath
21. 27 unto the children of Gershon, of the fam.
21. 34 unto the families of the children of Merari
21. 40 So all the cities for the childremof Merari
21. 41 within the possession of the children
22. 9 the children of Reuben, and the children
22. 9 and departed from the children of Israel
22. 10, ii, 21, 30, 34 children of Reuben, and tha
22. 1 1 the children of Israel heard say, Behold
22. 1 1 at the passage of the children of Israel
22. 12 And when the children of Israel heard
22. 12 the whole congregation of the children
22. 13 children of Israel sent unto the children
22. 15 children of Reuben, and to the children
22. 24 your children might speak unto our chil.
22. 25 ye children of Reuben and children of G.
22. 25 your children make our children cease
22. 27 your children may not say to our children
22. 30 the children of Gad, and the children
22. 31 Phinehas. .said unto the children of R.
22. 31 the children of Gad, and to the children
22. 32 Phinehas. .returned from the children of
22. 32 from the children of Gad . . to the children
22. 33 And the thing pleased the children of Is.
22. 33 and the children of Israel blessed God
22. 33 wherein the children of Reuben and Gad
24. 4 Jacob and his children went down into E.
24. 32 which the children of Israel brought up
24. 32 it became the inheritance of the children
kfldg. i. i that the children of Israel asked the LORD
i. 8 the children of Judah had fought against
r. 9 afterward the children of Judah went
i. 1 6 the children. . Kenite, Moses father-in-law
i. 16 with the children of Judah into the wilder,
i. 21 the children of Benjamin did not drive
i. 21 but the Jebusites dwell with the children
1. 34 the Amorites forced the children of Dan
2. 4 when the angel, .spake, .unto all the chil.
2. 6 the children of Israel went every man
2. ii the children of Israel did evil in the sight
3. 2 generations of the children of Israel might
3. 5 the children of Israel dwelt among the C.
3. 7 the children of Israel did evil in the sight
3. 8, 14 the children of Israel served Chushan
3. 9, 15 the children of Israel cried unto the
3. 9 the LORD raised up a deliverer to the chi.
3. 12 the children of Israel did evil again
3. 13 he gathered unto him the children
3. 15 by him the children of Israel sent
3. 27 the children of Israel went down with him
4. i the children of Israel again did evil in
4. 3 the children of Israel cried unto the LORD
4. 3 he mightily oppressed the children of Is.
4. 5 the children of Israel came up to her for
4. 6 take, .ten thousand men of the children
4. ii Now Heber. .of the children of Hobab
i . 23 God subdued . . J abin . . before the children
4. 24 hand of the children of Israel prospered
6. i the children of Israel did evil in the sight
6. 2 the children of Israel made them the dens
6. 3, 33 the children of the east, even they
6. 6, 7 the children of Israel cried unto the
6. 8 the LORD sent a prophet unto the children
7. 1 2 all the children of the east lay along in the
8. 10 all the hosts of the children of the east
8. 1 8 each one resembled the children of a king
8. 28 Thus was Midian subdued before the chi.
8. 33 that the children of Israel turned again
8. 34 the children of Israel remembered not
10. 6 And the children of Israel did evil again
10. 6 the gods of Moab, and . . of the children
10. 7 into the hands of the children of Ammon
10. 8 they vexed and oppressed the children
10. 8 eighteen years, all the children of Israel
10. 9 the children of Ammon passed over Jor.
10. 10 the children of Israel cried unto the LORD
10. 1 1 the LORD said unto the children of Israel
10. ii (Did) not (I deliver you), .from the chil.
10. 15 the children of Israel said unto the LORD
10. 17 the children of Ammon were gathered
10. 17 the children of Israel assembled themse.
10. 18 will begin to fight against the children
11. 4, 5 the children of Ammon made war aga.
n. 6 that we may tight with the children of A.
Judg. ii. 8, gflghtagainst thechildrenof Animonand
ii. 12, 13, 14, 28 the king of the children of A.
ii. 15 nor the land of the children of Ammon
ii. 27 the children of Israel and the children
ii. 29, 30 he passed over (unto) the children of
ii. 31 when I return in peace from the children
ii. 32 Jephthah passed over unto the children
ii. 33 the children, .were subdued before the
11. 30 of thine enemies, (even) of the children of
12. i over to fight against the children of A.
12. 2 at great strife with the children of Amm.
12. 3 and passed over against the children
13. i the children of Israel did evil again in the
14. 16 thou hast put forth a riddle unto the chi.
14. 17 she told the riddle to the children of her
18. 2 the children of Dan sent of their family
18. 16 six hundred men. .which (were) of the c.
18. 22 gathered together, and overtook the ch.
18. 23 And they cried unto the children of Dan
18. 25 And the children of Dan said unto him
18. 26 And the children of Dan went their way
1 8. 30 And the children of Dan set up the graven
19. 12 that (is) not of the children of Israel
19. 30 the day that the children of Israel came
20. i Then all the children of Israel went out
20. 3 Now the children of Benjamin heard that
20. 3 the children of Israel were gone up to M.
20. 7 Behold, ye (are) all children of Israel
20. 13 Now therefore deliver (us), .the children
20. 13 the children of Benjamin would not
20. 13 to the voice of their brethren the children
20. 14 the children of Benjamin gathered them.
20. 14 to go out to battle against the children
20. 15 And the children of Benjamin were num.
20. 18 the children of Israel arose, and went up
20. 1 8, 23, 28 against the children of Benjamin
20. 19 the children of Israel rose up in the
20 21 the children of Benjamin came forth
20. 23 the children of Israel went up and wept
20. 24 the children of Israel came near against
20. 25 destroyed down to the ground of the chil.
20. 26 Then all the children of Israel, .went up
20. 27 the children of Israel enquired of the LORD
20. 30 the children of Israel went up against
20. 31 the children of Benjamin went out
20. 32 the children of Benjamin said, They (are)
20. 32 the children Israel said, Let us flee
20. 35 the children of Israel destroyed of the
20. 36 the children of Benjamin saw that they
20. 48 turned again upon the children of Benja
21. 5 the children of Israel said, Who (is there)
21. 6 the children of Israel repented them for
21. 13 sent (some) to speak to the children of B.
21. 18 for the children of Israel have sworn
21. 20 they commanded the children of Benja.
21. 23 And the children of Benjamin did so
21. 24 And the children of Israel departed thence
1 Sa. 2. 5 she that hath many children is waxed
2. 28 offerings made by fire of the children
7. 4 Then the children of Israel did put away
7. 6 Samuel judged the children of Israel in
7. 7 the children of Israel were gathered
7. 7 And when the children of Israel heard (it)
7. 8 And the children of Israel said to Samuel
9. 2 (there was) not among the children of Is.
10. 18 And said unto the children of Israel
10. 27 the children of Belial said, How shall this
11. 8 the children of Israel were three hundred
12. 12 the king of the children of Ammon came
14. 18 ark. .was at that time with the children
14. 47 against the children of Ammon, and
15. 6 ye showed kindness to all the children
26. 19 if (they be) the children of men, cursed
30. 22 to every man his wife and his children
2 Sa. 1. 18 Also he bade them teach the children
7. 6 I brought up the children of Israel out of
7. 7 I have walked with all the children of Isr.
7. 10 neither shall the children of wickedness
7. 14 with the stripes of the children of men
8. 12 of the children of Ammon, and of the
10. i the king of the children of Ammon died
10. 2 came into the land of the children of A.
o. 3 the princes of the children of Ammon said
o. 6 And when the children of Ammon saw
o. 6 the children of Ammon sent and hired
o. 8 And the children of Ammon came out
o. 10 put (them) in array against the children
i. ii if the children of Ammon be too strong
o. 14 And when the children of Ammon saw
o. 14 So Joab returned from the children of A.
0. 19 So the Syrians feared to help the children
1. i and they destroyed the children of Am.
2. 3 together with him and with his children
2. 9 slain him with the sword of the children
2. 26 against Rabbah of the children of Ammon
2. 31 unto all the cities of the children of Am.
7. 27 Nahash of Rabbah of the children of A.
i. 2 the Gibeonites (were) not of the children
i. 2 thechildrenoflsraelhadswornuntothem
21. 2 in his zeal to the children of Israel and J.
i Ki. 2. 4 If thy children take heed to their way
4. 30 excelled the wisdom of all the children
6. i after the children of Israel were come out
6. 13 I will dwell among the children of Israel
8. i chief of the fathers of the children of Is.
8. 9 the LORD made (a covenant) with the chil.
8. 25 so that thy children take heed to their
8. 39 thou. .knowest the hearts of all the chil.
8. 63 all the children of Israel dedicated the
9. 6 from following me, ye or your children
9. 20 which (were) not of the children of Israel
9. 21 Their children that were left after them
1 Kl. 9. 21 whom the children of Israel also were not
9. 22 of the children of Israel did Solomon make
ii. 2 the LORD said unto the children of Israel
11. 7 abomination of the children of Ammon
1. 33 Milcom the god of the children of Ammon
2. 17 But (as for) the children of Israel which
2. 24 against your brethren the children of Is.
2. 33 ordained a feast unto the children of Isr
8. 20 So Ahab sent unto all the children of Isr.
9. 10, 14 the children of Israel have forsaken
o. 3 thy wives also and thy children, (even) the
o. 5 gold, and thy wives, and thy children
o. 7 he sent unto me. .for my children
o. 15 all the children of Israel, (l)eing)seven th.
o. 27 And the children of Israel were numbered
0. 29 and the children of Israel slew of the Syr.
1. 13 there came in two men, children of Belial
i. 26 whom the LORD cast out before the child.
2 Ki. 4. 7 and live thou and thy children of the rest
8. 12 that thou wilt do unto the children of Is
8. 19 to give., alway a light.(and) to his children
9. i Elisha. .called one of the children of
10. 13 we go down to salute the children of the
10. 30 thy children . . shall sit on the throne of Is.
13. 5 the children of Israel dwelt in their tents
14. 6 the children of the murderers he slew not
14. 6 shall not be put to death for the children
1 6. 3 the LORD cast out from before the children
17. 7 that the children of Israel had sinned
17. 8 the LORD cast out from before the child.
17. 9 the children of Israel did secretly (those)
17. 22 the children of Israel walked in all the
17. 24 placed, .instead of the children of Israel
17. 31 Sepharvites burnt their children
17. 34 the LORD commanded the children of J.
17. 41 children, and their children s children: as
18. 4 the children of Israel did burn incense to
19. 3 for the children are come to the birth, and
19. 12 children of Eden which (were) in T.?
21. 2, 9 before the children of Israel
23. 6 upon the graves of the children of the
23. 10
(is)
in the valley of the children of H.
23. 13 Milcom the abomination of the children
24. 2 sent, .bands of the children of Ammon
i Ch. i. 43 before (any) king reigned over the chil.
4. 27 but his brethren had not many children
4. 27 neither, .multiply, like to the children of
5. ii the children of Gad dwelt over against
5. 14 These (are) the children of Abihail the son
5. 23 the children of the half tribe of Manasseh
6. 3 And the children of Amram ; Aaron, and
6. 33 they that waited with their children : of
6. 64 the children of Israel gave to the Levites
6. 65, 65 out of the tribe of the children of
6. 65 out of the tribe of the children of Benja.
7. 12 Shuppim also, and Huppim.the childien
7. 29 by the borders of the children of Manas.
7. 29 In these dwelt the children of Joseph the
7. 33 These (are) the children of Japhlet
7. 40 All these (were) the children of Asher
9. 3 in Jerusalem dwelt of the children of J.
9. 3 children of Benjamin, and of the children
9. 4 the children of Pharez the son of Judah
9. 18 in the companies of the children of Levi
9. 23 they and their children (had) the oversight
11.31 (that pertained) to the children of Benj.
12. 16 there came of the children of Benjamin
12. 24 the children of Judah that bare shield
12. 25 the children of Simeon, mighty men of
12. 26 Of the children of Levi, four thousand
12. 29 of the children of Benjamin, the kindred
12. 30 of the children of Ephraim twenty
12. 32 of the children of Issachar, (which were)
16. 13 ye children of Jacob, his chosen ones
17. 9 neither shall the children of wickedness
18. ii from the children of Ammon, and from
19. i Nahash the king of the children of A.
19. 2 came into the land of the children of A.
19. 3 the princes of the children of Ammon said
19. 6 when the children of Ammon saw that
19. 6 Hanun and the children of Ammon sect
19. 7 the children of Ammon gathered them.
19. 9 the children of Ammon came out, and put
19. ii they set. .in array against the children of
19. 12 if the children of Ammon be too strong
19. 15 And when the children of Ammon saw
19. 19 neither would, .help the children of Am.
20. i wasted the country of the children of A.
20. 3 with all the cities of the children of Am.
24. 2 Nadab and Abihu died . .and had no chil.
27. i the children of Israel after their number
27. 3 Of the children of Perez (was) the chief
27. 10, 14, 20 of the children of Ephraim
28. 8 an inheritance for your children after you
2 Ch. 5. 2 the chief of the fathers of the children of
5. 10 LORD made (a covenant) v/ith the child.
6. ii that he made with the children of Israel
6. 16 yet so that thy children take heed to
6. 30 for thou only knowest. .the children of
7. 3 when all the children of Israel saw how
8. 2 caused the children of Israel to dwell
8. 8 of their children . . whom the children of
8. 9 of the children of Israel did Sojomon
10. 17 (as for) the children of Israel that dwelt
10. 18 children of Israel stoned him with stones
11. 19 Which bare him children ; Jeush, and
ii. 23 dispersed of all his children throughout
13. 7 gathered unto him vain men, the children
13. 12 O children of Israel, fight ye not against
13. 16 the children of Israel fled before Judah
13. 18 the children of Israel were brought under
13. 18 the children of Judah prevailed, because
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* Ch. 20. i children of Moab, and the children of A.
20. 10, 23 the children of Amnion and Moab
20. 13 with their little ones, .and their children
20. 19 children of the Kohathites, and of the ch.
20. 22 LORD set ambushments against the chil.
21. 14 thy children, and thy wives, and all thy
25. 4 he slew not their children, but (did) as (it
25. 4 The fathers shall not die for the children
25. 4 neither shall the children die for the
25. 7 (to wit, with) all the children of Ephraim
25. ii smote of the children of Seir ten thous.
25. 12 did the children of Judah carry awav
25. 14 that he brought the gods of the children
27. 5 the children of Amniou gave him the
27. 5 So much did the children of Ammon pay
28. 3 burnt his children in the fire, after the
28. 3 the LORD had cast out before the children
28. 8 the children of Israel carried away captive
28. 10 ye purpose to keep under the children of
28. 12 certain of the heads of the children of E.
30. 6 Ye children of Israel, turn again unto the
30. 9 your brethren and your children (shall)
30. 21 the children of Israel . . kept the feast of
31. i Then all the children of Israel returned
31. 5 the children of Israel brought in
31. 6 (concerning) the children of Israel and J.
33. 2 whom the LORD had . . before the children
33. 6 he caused his children to pass through the
33. 9 whom the LORD had . . before the children
34 33 that (pertained) to the children of Israel
35. 17 the children of Israel, .kept the passover
Ezra 2. i these (are) the children of the province
2. 3 The children of Parosh, two thousand an
2 4 The children of Shephatiah, three hundred
2. 5 The children of Arab, seven hundred
2. 6 children of Pahath-moab, of the children
2. 7 The children of Elam, a thousand two h.
2. 8 The children of Zattu, nine hundred forty
2. 9 The children of Zaccai, seven hundred and
2. 10 The children of Bani, six hundred forty
2 ii The children of Bebai, six hundred twenty
2. 12 The children of Azgad, a thousand two
2. 13 The children of Adonikam, six hundred
2. 14 The children of Bigvai, two thousand fifty
2. 15 The children of Adiu, four hundred fifty
2. 16 The children of Ater of Hezekiah, ninety
2. 17 The children of Bezai, three hundred
2. 18 The children of Jorah, an hundred and
2. 19 The children of Hashum, two hundred
2. 20 The children of Gibbar, ninety and five
2. 21 The children of Beth-lehem, an hundred
2. 24 The children of Azmaveth, forty and two
2. 25 The children of Kirjath-arim, Chephirah
2. 26 The children of Raman and Gaba, six h.
2. 29 The children of Nebo, fifty and two
2 30 The children of Magbish, an hundred fifty
2. 31 The children of. .Elam, a thousand two
2. 32 The children of Harim, three hundred
2 33 The children of Lod, Hadid, and Ono
2. 34 The children of Jericho, three hundred
z. 35 The children of Senaah, three thousand
2. 36 the children of Jedaiah, of the house of
c. 37 The children of Immer, a thousand fifty
2. 38 The children of Pashur, a thousand two
2. 39 The children of Harim, a thousand and
2. 40 the children of Jeshua, and Kadmiel
2. 40 of the children of Hodaviah, seventy and
2. 41 the children of Asaph, an hundred twenty
2. 42 The children of the porters : the children
2. 42 children of Talmon, the children of Ak.
2. 42 the children of Hatita, the children of
2. 43 The Nethinims : the children of Ziha
children of Hasupha, the ch. of Tabbaoth
1. 44 The children of Keros. .children of Siaha
the children of Padon
2 45 The children of Lebanah, the children of
Hagabah, the children of Akkub
2. 46 The children of Hagab, the children of
Shalmai, the children of Hanan
2. 47 The children of Giddel, the children of
Gahar, the children of Reaiah
2. 4^ The children of Rezin, the children of
Nekoda, the children of Gazzam
2. 49 The children of Uzzah, the children of
Paseah, the children of Besai
2. 50 The children of Asnah, the children of
Mehunim, the children of Nephusim
a.. 51 The children of Bakbuk, the children
of Hakupha, the children of Harhur
2. 52 The children of Bazluth, the children
of Mehida, the children of Harsha
a. 53 The children of Barkos, the children of
Sisera, the children of Thamah
2. 54 The children of Neziah. .chil. of Hatipha
2. 55 The children of Solomon s servants
the children of Sotai, the children of
Sophereth, the children of Peruda
a. 56 The children of Jaalah, the children of
Darkon, the children of Giddel
2. 57 The ch. of Shephatiah, the ch. of Hattil
ch. of Pochereth of Zebaim, the ch.of Ami
2. 58 the children of Solomon s servants, (were
1. 60 The children of Delaiah, the children of
2. 60 the children of Nekoda, six hundred fifty
2. 61 the children of the priests : the children
2. 61 the children of Koz, the children of
3. i and the children of Israel (were) in the
4. i the children of the captivity builded the
6. 16 the children of Israel, the priests, and the
6. 16 rest of the children of the captivity, kep
6. 19, 20 the children of the captivity
6. 21 the children of Israel, .did eat
Ezra 7. 7 there went up (some) of the children
8. 35 the children of those that had been carried
9. 12 leave (it) for an inheritance to your chil.
10. 7 unto all the children of the captivity
10. 16 the children of the captivity did so
10. 44 had wives by whom they had children
Neh. i . 6 for the children of Israel thy servants, and
1. 6 confess the sins of the children of Israel
2. 10 seek the welfare of the children of Israel
5! 5 ourchildren as their children ; and, lo, we
7. 6 These (are) the children of the province
7. 8 The children of Parosh, two thousand an
7. 9 The children of Shephatiah, three hun.
7. 10 The children of Arah, six hundred fifty
7. ii of the children of Jeshua and Joab, two
7. 12 The children of Elam, a thousand two h.
7. 13 The children of Zattu, eight hundred
7. 14 The children of Zaccai, seven hundred
7. 15 The children of Binnui, six hundred forty
7. 16 The children of Bebai, six hundred
7. 17 The children of Azgad, two thousand
7. 18 The children of Adonikam, six hundred
7. 19 The children of Bigvai, two thousand
7. 20 The children of Adin, six hundred fifty
7. 21 The children of Ater of Hezekiah, ninety
7. 22 The children of Hashum, three hundred
7. 23 The children of Bezai, three hundred
7. 24 The children of Hariph, an hundred and
7. 25 The children of Gibeon, ninety and five
7. 34 The children of the other Elam, a thou.
7. 35, 42 The children of Harim, three hundred
7. 36 The children of Jericho, three hundred
7. 37 The children of Lod, Hadid, and Ono
7. 38 The children of Senaah, three thousand
7. 39 the children of Jedaiah, of the house of
7. 40 The children of Immer, a thousand fifty
7. 41 The children of Pashur, a thousand two
7. 43 the children of Jeshua. .of the children of
7. 44 the children of Asaph, an hundred forty
7. 45 the children of Shallum, the children of
7. 45 the children of Talmon, the children of
7. 45 the children of Hatita, the children of
7. 46 The Nethinims : the children of Ziha
7. 46 the children of Hashupha, the children of
7. 47 The children of Keros, the children of Sia,
the children of Padon
7. 48 The children of Lebana, the children of
Hagaba, the children of Shalmai
7. 49 The children of Hanan, the children of
Giddel, the children of Gahar
7. 50 The children of Reaiah, the children of
Rezin, the children of Nekoda
7. 51 The children of Gazzam, the children of
Uzza, the children of Phaseah
7. 52 The children of Bezai, the children of
Meunim, the children of Nephishesim
7. 53 The children of Bakbuk, the children of
Hakupha, the children of Harhur
7. 54 The children of Bazlith, the children of
Mehida, the children of Harsha
7. 55 The children of Barkos, the children of
Sisera, the children of Tamah
7. 56 The children of Neziah, the ch. of Hatipha
7. 57 The children of Solomon s servants
the children of Sotai, the children of
Sophereth, the children of Perida
7. 58 The children of Jaala, the children of
Darkon, the children of Giddel
7. 59 The children of Shephatiah, the ch. of H.
the children of Pochereth. .thech. of A.
7. 60 thechildren of Solomon s servants, (were)
7. 62 The children of Delaiah, the children of
Tobiah, the children of Nekoda
7. 63 And of the priests : the children of Hab.
7. 63 the children of Koz, the children of Bar.
7. 73 the children of Israel (were) in their cities
8. 14 that the children of Israel should dwell
8. 17 unto that day had not the children of Is.
9. i the children of Israel were assembled with
9. 23 Their children also multipliedst thou as
9. 24 So the children went in and possessed
0. 39 For the children of Israel and the chil.
1. 3 and the children of Solomon s servants
i. 4 at Jerusalem dwelt (certain) of the chil.
i. 4 dwelt (certain) . . of the children of Benja.
i. 4 Of the children of Judah . . of the children
i. 25 (some) of the children of Judah dwelt at
1. 31 The children also of Benjamin from Geba-
2. 47 Levitessanctified(them)unto the children
3. 2 they met not the children of Israel with
3. 16 and sold, .unto the children of Judah
3. 24 their children spake half in the speech of
Job 5. 4 His children are far from safety, and they
8. 4 If thy children have sinned against him
17. 5 even the eyes of his children shall fail
19. 17 I entreated for the children s (sake) of
20. 10 His children shall seek to please the poor
21. 19 Godlayethuphis iniquity forhis children
27. 14 If his children be multiplied, (it is) for
30. 8 (They were) children of fools, yea, chil.
41. 34 he (is) a king over all the children of
Psa. ii. 4 behold, his eyelids try, the children of
12. i the faithful fail from among the children
14. 2 The LORD looked . . upon the children of
17. 14 they are full of children, and leave the
21. 10 their seed from among the children of
34. 1 1 Come, ye children, hearken unto me
36. 7 therefore the children of men put their
45. 2 Thou art fairer than the children of men
45. 16 Instead of thy fathers shall be .. children
53. 2 God looked down, .upon the children of
66. 5 terrible (in his) doing toward the children
Fsa. 69. 8 an alien unto my mother s children
72. 4 he shall save the children of the needy
73. 15 I should offend (against), .thy children
78. 4 We will not hide (them) from their chil.
78. 5 they should make, .known to their chil.
78. 6 (even) the children (which) should
78. 6 (who) should . . declare . . to their children
78. 9 The children of Ephraim, (being) armed
82. 6 all of you (are) children of the Most High
83. 8 they have holpen the children of Lot
89. 30 If his children forsake my law, and walk
90. 3 and sayest, Return, ye children of men
90. 1 6 thy glory unto their children
102. 28 The children of thy servants shall
103. 7 He made known his ways, .unto the chil.
103. 13 Like as a father pitieth (his) children, (so)
03. 17 his righteousness unto children s children
05. 6 ye seed of Abraham . .ye children of J.
07. 8, 15, 21, 31 his wonderful works to. .chil.
09. 9 Let his children be fatherless, and his
09. 10 Let his children be continually vagabonds .
13. 9 the barren woman . . (be) a . . mother of ch.
15. 14 The LORD shall increase, .your children
15. 16 the earth hath he given to the children
27. 3 Lo, children (are) an heritage of the LORD
27. 4 As arrows. . so (are) children of the youth
28. 3 thy children like olive plants round about
28. 6 Yea, thou shalt see thy children s chil.
32. 12 If thy children will keep my covenant
132. 12 their children shall also sit upon thy
137. 7 Remember, .the children of Edom in the
144. 7, 1 1 deliver me . . from . . strange children
147. 13 he hath blessed thy children within thee
148. 14 Be also exalteth the. .children of Israel
149. 2 let the children of Zion be joyful in their
Prov. 4. i Hear, ye children, the instruction of a
5. 7 Hear me now therefore, O ye children
7. 24 Hearken unto me now. .0 ye children
8. 32 Now therefore hearken . . O ye children
13. 22 an inheritance to his children s children
14. 26 his children shall have a place of refuge
15. ii how much more, .the hearts of the chil.
17. 6 Children s children (are) the crown of old
17. 6 the glory of children (are) their fathers
20. 7 his children (are) blessed after, him
31. 28 Her children arise up, and call her
Song i. 6 my mother s children were angry with
Isa. i. 2 I have noiirishedand brought up children
1. 4 a seed of evil-doers, children that are
ii. 14 the children of Ammon shall obey them
14. 21 Prepare slaughter for his children for the
17. 3 they shall be as the glory of the children
17. 9 which they left because of the children
21. 17 the mighty men of the children of Kedar
27. 12 shall be gathered one by one, O ye chil.
30. i Woe to the rebellious children, saith the
30. 9 lying children, children (that) will not
31. 6 (from) whom the children of Israel
37. 3 for the children are come to the birth
37. 12 and the children of Eden which (were) in
38. 19 the father to the children shall make
49. 1 7 Thy children shall make haste ; thy
49. 20 The children which thou shalt have, after
49. 25 I will contend. . I will save thy children
54. i for more (are) the children of the desolate
54. i than the children of the married wife
54. 13 all thy children (shall be) taught of the L.
54. 13 great (shall be) the peace of thy children
63. 8 (are)mypeople,children(that)willnotlie
66. 8 Zion travailed, she brought forth . . chil.
66. 20 as the children of Israel bring an offering
Jer. 2. Q with your children s children will I plead
2. 16 the children of Noph and Tahapanes have
2. 30 In vain have I smitten your children ; they
3. 14 Turn, O backsliding children, saith the L.
3. 19 How shall I put thee among the children
3. 21 weeping(and)supplicationsofthechildren
3. 22 Return, ye backsliding children, (and) I
4. 22 they (are) sottish children, and they have
5. 7 thy children have forsaken me, and sworn
6. i ye children of Benjamin, gather your.
7.18 The children gather wood, and the father*
7. 30 the children of Judah have done evil
9. 26 and Edom, and the children of Ammon
10. 20 my children are gone forth of me, and
16. 14, 15 LORD liveth, that brought up the chil.
17. 2 their children remember their altars
17. 19 stand in the gate of the children of the
18. 21 deliver up their children to the famine
23. 7 The LORD liveth, which brought upthechi.
25. 21 Edom, and Moab, and the children of A.
30. 20 Their children also shall be as aforetime
31. 15 Rachel weeping for her children
31.15 refused to be comforted for her children
31. 17 (thy) children shall come again to their
31. 29 and the children s teeth are set on edge
32. 18 the iniquity, .into, .their children after
32. 30 the children of Israel and the children of
32. 30 the children of Israel have only provoked
32. 32 of the children of Israel, and of the child.
32. 39 for the good of . . their children after them
38. 23 So they shall bring out all. .thy children
47. 3 fathers shall not look . . to (their) children
49. 6 bring again the captivity of the children
50. 4 the children of Israel shall come
50. 4 they and the children of Judah together
50. 33 The children of Israel and the children of
Eze. 2. 3 I send thee to the children of Israel, to a
2. 4 For (they are) impudent children, and
3. ii go, get thee. .unto the children of thy
4. 13 thus shall the children of Israel eat their
6. 5 I will lay the . . carcases of the cl.
:ldren
CHILDREN 103 CHILION
Kre. 1 6. 21 thou hast slain my children, and delivered
16. 36 the blood of thy children, which thou didst
16. 45 mother s daughter, .loathethher. .childr.
1 6. 45 thy sisters/which loathed their . . children
18. 2 and the children s teeth are set on edge?
20. 18 I said unto their children in the wilder.
20. 21 the children rebelled against me : they
23. 39 had slain their children to their idols
31. 14 in the midst of the children of men, with
33. 12 sou of man, say unto the children of thy
33. 17 Yet the children of thy people say
33. 30 the children of thy people still are talking
35. 5 thou . . hast shed (the blood of) the childr.
37. 1 6 For Judah, and for the children of Israel
37. 18 the children of thy people shall speak
37. 21 I will take the children of Israel from
37. 25 their children, and their children s chil.
43. 7 I will dwell in the midst of the children of
44. 9 of any stranger that (is) among the chil.
44. 15 when the children of Israel went astray
47. 22 the strangers, .which shall beget children
47. 22 as born in the country among the children
48. 1 1 the children of Israel went astray, as the
Dan . i . 3 he should bring (certain) of the children of
1. 6 Now among these were, of the children
2. 38 And wheresoever the children of men
5. 13 which (art) of the children of the captiv.
6. 13 which (is) of the children of the captivity
6. 24 they cast, .their children, and their wives
11. 41 and the chief of the children of Ammon
12. i prince which standeth for the children of
Hos. i. 10 the number of the children, .shall be as
1. ii the children of Judah and the children of
2. 4 I will not have mercy upon her children
2. 4 for they (be) the children of whoredoms
3. i love of the LORD toward the children of
3. 4 the children of Israel shall abide many
3. 5 Afterward shall the children of Israel
4. i Hear the word of the LORD, ye children of
4. 6 I will also forget thy children
5. 7 for they have begotten strange children
9. 12 Though they bring up their children, yet
9. 13 Ephraim shall bring forth his children to
10. 9 battle in Gibeah against the children of
10. 14 the mother was dashed, .upon (her) chil.
11. 10 then the children shall tremble from the
13. 13 (the place of) the breaking forth of chil.
Joel i. 3 Tell ye your children of it, and (let) your
1. 3 children (tell)their children, and their ch
2. 23 Be glad then, ye children of Zion, and
3. j6 children also of Judah and the children of
3/81 will sell, .into the hand of the children
3. 16 and the strength of the children of Israel
3. 19 for the violence (against) the children of
Amos i. 13 For three transgressions of the children of
2. ii O ye children of Israel? saith the LORD
3. i LORD hath spoken againstjyou, children
3. 12 so shall the children of Israel be taken
4. 5 O ye children of Israel, saith. .Lord GOD
9. 7 (Are) ye not as children of the Ethiopians
9. 7 unto me, O children of Israel ? saith the
Obad. 12 neither, .have rejoiced over the children
20 captivity of this host of the children of
Mic. i. 16 and poll thee for thy delicate children
5. 3 shall return unto the children of Israel
Zeph. i. 8 I will punish, .the king s children, and
2. 8 have heard . . the revilings of the children
2. 9 and the children of Ammon as Gomorrah
Zech. 10. 7 their children shall see (it), and be glad
10. 9 and they shall live with their children
Mai. 4. 6 children, and the heart of the children to
2. Little one, *]B taph. [See CHUD.]
Exodi2. 37 six hundred, .men, besides children
Numi4. 3 our wives and our children should be a
31. 18 all the women children, that have not
Dent. 3. 6 destroying the men, women, and children
31. 12 Gather the people together, men. .and ch.
Judg2i. 10 with the women and the children
Jer. 40. 7 and had committed., women,and children
41. 16 the women, and the children, and the
43. 6 (Even) men, and women, and children
3. To beget, ^ yalad.
i Ch. 14. 4 Now these (are) the names of (his) chil.
4. Lad, boy, T> yeled.
Gen. 30. 26 Give (me) my wives and my children, for
33. i he divided the children unto Leah, and
33. 2 he put the handmaids and their children
33. 2 and Leah and her children after, and
33. 5 he lifted up his eyes, and saw. .the chil.
33. 5 The children which God hath graciously
33. 6 the handmaidens, .they and their chil.
33. 7 Leah also with her children came near
33. 13 My lord knoweth that the children (are)
33. 14 according as the cattle . . and the child.
Exod i. 17 the midwives .. saved the men chil. alive
1. 18 Why have ye. .saved the men chil alive?
2. 6 said, This (is one) of the Hebrew s chil.
21. 4 the wife and her children shall be her
i Sa. i. 2 had children, but Hannah had no children
2Ki. 2. 24 and tare forty and two children of them
Ezra 10. i a very great congregation of. . children
Neh.i2. 43 the wives also and the children rejoiced
Job 21. ii like a flock, and their children dance
Isa. 2. 6 they please themselves in the children of
8. 18 the children whom the LORD hath given
29. 23 But when he seeth his children, the work
57. 4 (are) ye not children of transgression, a
57. 5 slaying the children in the valleys under
Lam. 4. 10 women have sodden their own children
Dan. i. 4 Children in whom (was) no blemish but
Dan. i. 10 worse liking than the children, .(are) of
i. 13 the countenance of the children that eat
i. 15 and fatter in flesh than all the children
1. 17 As for these four children, God gave them
Hos. i. 2 a wife of whoredoms and children of
5. Lad, boy, T1
?; yalid.
Num 13. 22 Sheshai, and Talmai, the children of A.
13. 28 moreover we saw the children of Anak
i Ch.2o. 4 Sippai, (that was) of the children of the
6. Youth, young man, n^J naar.
1 Sa. 16. ii Samuel said. .Are here all (thy) children?
2 Ki. 2. 23 there came forth little children out of the
Job 24. 5 wilderness (yieldeth) food for. .children
29. 5 (when) my children (were) about me
Psa.i48. 12 Both young men and maidens, .children
Isa. 3. 4 I will give children (to be) their princes
Lam. 5. 13 and the children fell under the wood
7. To roll about, encircle, V?^ alal, 3 a.
Isa. 3. 12 my people, children (are) their oppres.
8. Suckling, tyty old.
1 Sa. 22. 19 both men and women, children and suck.
2 Ki. 8. 12 wilt dash their children, and rip up their
Isa. 13. 16 Their children also shall be dashed to
Jer. 6. ii I will pour it out upon the children
9. 21 to cut off the children from without
Lam. i. 5 her children are gone into captivity
2. ii the children, .swoon in the streets of the
2. 19 for the life of thy young children, that
2. 20 Shall, .women eat. .children of a span
Joel. 2. 16 assemble the elders, gather the children
Mic. 2. 9 from their children have ye taken away
9. Babe, newly born or unborn, fipetyos brephos.
Acts 7. 19 they cast out their young children
10. Babe, without fullpower ofspeech, vfjirios nepios.
Gal. 4. 3 Even so we, when we were children, were
Eph. 4. 14 That we (henceforth) be no more children
11.^1 little or youny lad, -rratSiov. [.See CHILD.]
Matt 14. 21 five thousand men, beside. . . children
15. 38 four thousand men, Besides, .children
Mark 7. 28 yet the dogs . . eat of the children s crumbs
9. 37 receive one of such children in my name
10. 13 they brought young children to him, that
Luke 7. 32 They are like unto children sitting in the
11. 7 and my children are with me in bed
John 21. s Jesus saith . . Children, have yeany meat?
i Co. 14. 20 Brethren, be not children in understand.
Heb. 2. 13 I and the children which God hath given
2. 14 Forasmuch then as the children are part.
12. A lad, boy, servant, irais pais.
Matt. 2. 16 slew all the children that were in Betl^
21.15 children crying in the temple, and saying
13. One born, a child, TCKVOV teknon.
Matt. 2. 18 Rachel weeping (for) her children, and
3. 9 God is able . . to raise up children unto A.
7. ii how to give good gifts unto your children
10. 21 children shall rise up against, .parents
11. 19 But Wisdom is justified of her children
15. 26 It is not meet to take the children s bread
18. 25 his wife and children, and all that he had
19. 29 every one that hath forsaken, .children
22. 24 If a man die, having no children, his
23. 37 often would I have gathered thy children
27. 25 His blood (be) on us, and on our children
Mark 7. 27 Let the children first be filled: for it
7. 27 is not meet to take the children s bread
10. 24 Children, how hard is it for them that
10. 29 There is no man that hath left, .children
10. 30 he shall receive . . children, and lands
12. 19 If a man s brother, .leave no children
13. 12 children shall rise up|against(their)parents
Luke i. 17 turn the hearts of the fathers to the ch.
3. 8 God is able, .to raise up children unto A.
7. 35 But Wisdom is justified of all her children
11. 13 how to give good gifts unto your children
13. 34 often would I have gathered thy children
14. 26 hate not his father, .and children, and
18. 29 There is no man that hath left, .children
19. 44 shall lay. .thy children within thee ; and
20. 31 and they left no children, and died
23. 28 weep for yourselves, and for your children
John 8. 39 If ye were Abraham s children, ye would
11. 52 the children of God that were scattered
Acts 2. 39 promise is unto you, and to your children
13. 33 fulfilled the same unto us their children
21. 5 brought us on pur way, with wives and c.
21. 21 ought not to circumcise (their) children
Rom. 8. 16 beareth witness, .that we are the child.
8. 17 if children, then heirs ; heirs of God, and
8. 21 into the glorious liberty of the children
9. 7 they are the seed, .(are they) all children
9. 8 They which are the children of the flesh
9. 8 (are) not the children of God : but the ch.
i Co. 7. 14 else were your children unclean ; but
3 Co. 6. 13 I speak as unto (my) children, be ye also
12. 14 for the children ought not to lay up for
12. 14 but the parents for the children
Gal. 4. 25 which, .is in bondage with her children
4. 27 the desolate hath many more children
4. 28 Now we. .as Isaac was, are the children
4. 31 we are not children of the bond woman
Eph. 2. 3 were by nature the children of wrath
5. i Be. .followers of God, as dear children
5. 8 but now. .walk as children of light
6. i Children, obey your parents in the Lord
6. 4 ye fathers, provoke not your children to
Col. 3. 20 Children, obey (your) parents in all things
Col. 3. 21 Fathers, provoke not your children, .lest
i Th. 2. 7 even as a nurse cherisheth her children
2. ii we exhorted . .as a father (doth) his chil.
i Tim. 3. 4 haying his children in subjection with
3. 12 ruling their children and theirown houses
5. 4 if any widow have children or nephews
Tit. i. 6 having faithful children, not accused of
1 Pe. i. 14 As obedient children, not fashioning
2 Pe. 2. 14 having eyes full of adultery, .cursed chil.
1 Jo. 3. 10 In this the children of God are manifest
3. 10 and the children of the devil : whosoever
5. 2 By this we know that we love the children
2 Jo. i unto the elect lady and her children
4 that I found of thy children walking in
13 The.children of thy elect sister greet thee
3 Jo. 4 to hear that my children walk in truth
Rev. 2. 23 I will kill her children with death ; and
14. Son, vios huios.
Matt. 5. 9 they shall be called the children of
5. 45 That ye may be the children of your
8. 12 children of the kingdom shall lie cast
9. 15 Can the children of the bride chamber
12. 27 by whomdoyourchildrencast(them)out T
13. 38 the good seed are the children of the
13. 38 the tares are the children of the wicked
17. 25 of their own children, or of strangers?
17. 26 Jesus saith. .Then are the children free
20. 20 Then came, .the mother of Zebedee s chil
23. 31 children ofthem whichkilledtheprophets
27. 9 whom they of the children of Israel did
27. 56 and the mother of Zebedee s children
Mark 2. 19 Can the children of the bride chamber
Luke i. 16 many of the children of Israel shall he
5. 34 Can ye make the children of the bride.
6. 35 ye shall be the children of the Highest
1 6. 8 children of this world . . wiser than the ch
20. 34 The children of this world marry, and are
20. 36 are the children of God, being the child.
John 4. 12 drank thereof himself, and his children
12. 36 that ye may be the children of light
Acts 3. 25 Ye are the children of the prophets, and
5. 21 all the senate of the children of Israel
7. 23 to visit his brethren the children of Israel
7. 37 which said unto the children of Israel
9. 15 and kings, and the children of Israel
10. 36 which (God) sent unto the children of Isr.
13. 26 children of the stock of Abraham, and
Rom. 9. 26 there shall they be called the children of
9. 27 Though the number of the children of
2 Co. 3. 7 so that the children of Israel could not
3. 13 children of Israel could not stedfastly
Gal. 3. 7 the same are the children of Abraham
3. 26 For ye are all the children of God by faith
Eph. 2. 2 worketh in the children of disobedience
5. 6 the wrath of God upon the children of
Col. 3. 6 cometh on the children of disobedience
i Th. 5. 5 children of light, and the children of day
Heb. ii. 22 of the departing of the children of Israel
12. 5 which speaketh unto you as unto children
Rev. 2. 14 cast a stumblingblock before the children
7. 4 all the tribes of the children of Israel
21. 12 twelve tribes of the children of Israel
15.A very little lad or boy, iraiSdptov paidarion.
Matt. n. 1 6 It is like unto [children] sitting in the
CHILDREN, adoption of
Placing as a son, vlodeffia huiothesia.
Eph. i. 5 the adoption of children by Jesus Christ
CHILDREN, to bear
To bear children, Tocvoyoveca teknogoneo.
i Ti. 5. 14 the younger women marry, bear children
CHILDREN, to bring up
To nourish children, reKvorpotytdi teknotrophed.
1 Ti. 5. 10 if she have brought up children, if she
CHILDREN, loving one s
Loving children, (pt\6reKvos philoteknos.
Titus 2. 4 teach the. .women, .to love their child.
CHILDREN, to obtain or have
To be built up, ri}3 banah, 2.
Gen. 16. 2 it may be that I may obtain children by
30. 3 that I may also have children by her
CHILDREN, without]
Childless, &reKvos ateknos.
Luke 20. 28 having a wife, and he die without child.
20. 29 took a wife, and died without children
CHILDREN or People of the East, C^ir J3 bene qedem.
People dwelling between Canaan and the Euphrates.
Gen. 29. i came into the land of the people of the e.
Judg. 6. 3 the children of the east, even they came
6. 33 and the children of the east were gathered
7. 12 the children of the east lay along in the
CHILDREN of Eden, HIT }? bene eden.
The inhabitants of Adiabene in Mesopotamia, near
Gozan, Haren, and Reseph.
2 Ki. 19. 12 children of E. which (were) in Thelasar?
Isa. 37. 12 children of E. which (were) in Telassar?
CHIL -EAB, -X ?, Aa\ovta.
Second son of David, called Daniel in i Ch. 3. i.
2 Sa. 3. 3 his second, C., of Abigail the wife of
CHU -ION, ;i^>3 pining.
A son of Elimelech and Naomi, B.C. 1322.
Ruth i. 2 name of his two sons Mahlon and C.
i. 5 Mahlon and C. died also both of them
4. 9 I have bought, .allthat(was) C. s and M. s
CHILMAD 164 CHORASHAN
CHtt -MAD, -O1
??, Xa.pfj.av.
A region supposed to be between Assyria and Arabia,
trading with Tyre.
Ezc. 27. 23 the merchants of Sheba. Asshur, (and) C.
CHIM -HAM, Dnp?, lonying, pining.
A man recommended to David by Barzillai, B.C. 1020.
2 Sa. 19. 37 but behold thy servant C.; let him go
19. 38 the king answered, C. shall go over with
19. 40 the king went, .to Gilgal, and C. went
Jer. 41. 17 And they, .dwelt in the habitation of C.
CHIMNEY
Outlet of ckecquered work, nj.-\ arubbah.
II os. 13. 3 shall be as the, .smoke out 01 the chim.
CHTN-NER -ETH, CHIN-NER -OTH, CIN-NE -EOTH,
rnj? (nhj?) circuit.
A district, 30 stadia long and 20 broad, around the sea
o( Galilee.
Nuni34. ii border, .shall reach unto, .the sea of C.
Deut. 3. 17 from C., even unto the sea of the plain
Josh ii. 2 to the kings, .of the plains south of C.
12. 3 from the plain to the sea of C. on the
13. 27 unto the edge of the sea of 0. on the
19. 35 fenced cities . . Hanimath, Kakkath,and C.
i Ki. 15.20 Beu-hadad. .the captains, .against. .C.
CHI-OS, Xi or.
An island in the Grecian Archipelago, 12 miles west
of Smyrna. NowScto.
Acts 20. 15 we. .came the next (day) over against C.
CHIS -LETJ, i
1
?!?? Orion, Mars, hunter.
The gth month of the Jews, which began with the new
moon of December.
Nell. i. i And it came to pass in the month C.
Zech. 7. i in the fourth, .of the ninth mouth. .C.
CHIS -LON, pVp? strong.
Father of Elidad, the prince of Benjamin, who assisted
in the division of the land W. of Jordan, B.C. 1490.
Nuin34. 21 of Benjamin, Elidad the son of C.
CHIS-LOTH TA -BOR, lin nSrg loins of Tabor.
A city of Zebulon at the foot of Tabor ; perhaps the
same as Cesnulluth in Josh. 19. 18, or Tabor in 19. 22.
Now Iksal.
Josh. 19.12 turned from Sarid . . unto the border of C.
CHIT -TIM, c -n? terrible, giants; Citium, Cyprus.
A family or race descended from Javan, closely related
to the Dodanim. Chittim is often noticed in Scripture.
Balaam predicted that a fleet should thence proceed
for the destruction of Assyria. In Isa. 23.12, it appears
as the resort of the fleets of Tyre. In Jer. 2 10, the
Isles of Chittim are to the far W., as Kedar is to the E.
of Canaan.
Nurn 24. 24 And ships . . from the coast of C.
Isa. 23. i from the land of C. it is revealed to them
23. 12 () thou oppressed virgin, .pass over to C.
Jer. 2. 10 For pass over the isles of C., and see
Eze. 27. 6 ivory, (brought) out of the isles of C.
Dan. ii. 30 For the ships of C. shall come
CHI -tJN, p 5, PaKpdv.
The god Saturn or Remphan. See Acts 7. 43.
Amos 5. 26 ye have borne the tabernacle .. of C.
CHLO -E, .
A female disciple at the place whence Paul sent his
first epistle to the Corinthians ; perhaps Philippi.
i Co. i. ii by them . . 01 C., that there are contentions
CHOICE, choicest
1. To choose (after testing), in? f>achar.
a Sa. 10. 9 he chose of all the choice (men) of Israel
i Ch.ig. 10 he chose out of all the choice of Israel
a Ch.25. 5 found, .three hundred thousand choice
2. To be chosen (after testing), in? bachar, 2.
Prov. 8. 10 Receive, .knowledge rather than choice
8. 19 and my revenue than choice silver
10. 20 The tongue of the just (is as) choice ail.
Z.Pure, 13 bar.
Song 6. 9 she (is) the choice (one) of her that bare
4. To purify, "05 barar.
1 Ch. 7. 40 these (were) . . choice (and) mighty men of
Neh. 5. 1 8 prepared (for me) daily, .six choice sheep
5. Choice, I lrnp mibchor.
2 Ki. 3. 19 ye shall smite every fenced, .choice city
19. 23 I . .will cut down the. .choice fir trees
^.Choice, TTQO mibchar.
Gen. 33. 6 in the choice of our sepulchres bury thy
Deut 12. ii all your choice vows which ye vow unto
Isa. 22. 7 thy choicest valleys shall be full of char.
37. 24 I will cut down the. .choice flr trees
Jer. 22. 7 they shall cut down thy choice cedars
Eze. 24. 4 Gather the pieces . . fill (it) with the choice
24. 5 Take the choice of the flock, and tmrual-.
31. 16 the trees . .the choice and best of Lebanon
CHOICE young man
Choice one, "iinp bachur.
i Sa. 9. 2 Saul, a choice young man, and a goodly
CHOICE, to make
To lay out for oneself. ^/cAryo/ia* eJdegomai,
Acts 15. 73 good while ago God made choice among
CHOKE, to
1.7*0 choke off or utterly, inro-rviyu apopnigo.
Matti3. 7 the thorns sprung up and choked them
Luko 8. 7 thorns sprang up with it, and choked it
8. 33 herd ran . . into the lake, and were choked
2.7*0 choke, irviyw pniyo.
Mark 5. 13 herd ran. .into the sea. .and were choked
3.7*0 cfioke together, <rv/j.Trviyu sumpniyo.
Matt 13. 22 choke the word, and he becometh unfru.
Mark. 4. 7 and the thorns grew up, and choked it
4. 19 choke the word, and it becometh unfru.
Luke 8. 14 choked with cares and riches and pleas.
CHOLER, to be moved with
7*o become or show oneself bitter, TJO marar, 7.
Dan 8. 7 aud he was moved with choler against
11. 1 1 And the king . . shall be moved with choler
CHOOSE
I. Choice one, TO? bachir.
2 Sa. 21. 6 Let seven men. .(whom; the LORD did chu.
2. 7*0 choose (after testing), "in? bachar.
Gen. 6. 2 they took them wives, .which they chose
13. ii Then Lot chose him all the plain of Jor.
Exodiy. 9 Choose us out men, aud go out, fight with
1 8. 25 And Moses chose able men out of all Is.
\iitn. 16. 5 (him) whom he hath chosen will he cause
16. 7 the man whom the LORD doth choose, he
17. 5 the man s rod, whom I shall choose, shall
Deut. 4. 37 he loved thy fathers, therefore he chose
7. 6 the LORD thy God hath chosen thee to be
7. 7 The LORD did not set hisjlove . . nor choose
10. 15 Only the LORD.. chose their seed after
12. 5 the LORD, .shall choose out of all your
12. ii God shall choose to cause his name to
12. 14, 26 the place which the LORD shall choose
12. 18 inthe place which the LORD, .shall choose
12. 21 God hath chosen to put his name there
14. 2 the LORD hath chosen thee to be a pecu.
14. 23 in the place which he shall choose to place
14. 24 the LORD thy God shall choose to set his
14. 25 place which the LORD thy God shall cho.
15. 20 the LORD shall choose, thou aud thy ho.
16. 2 the LORD shall choose to place his name
16. 6 thy God shall choose to place his name
16. 7 the place which the LOKD thy God shall cli.
16. ii thy God hath chosen to place his name
16. 15 in the place which the LORD shall choose
16. 16 in the place which he shall choose
17. 8 the place which the LORD, .shall choose
17. ID which the LORD shall choose shall show
17. 15 whom the LORD thy God shall choose
18. 5 God hath chosen him out of all thy tribes
18. 6 the place which the LORD shall choose
21. 5 the LORD thy God hath chosen to minister
23. 16 in that place which he shall choose in one
26. 2 God shall choose to place his name there
30. 19 therefore choose life, that both thou and
31. ii in the place which he shall choose, thou
Josh. 8. 3 Joshua chose out thirty thousand mighty
9. 27 in the place which he should choose
24. 15 choose you this day whom ye will serve
24. 22 ye have chosen you the LORD, to serve him
Judg. 5. 8 They chose new gods ; then (was) war in
10. 14 cry unto the gods which ye have chosen
1 Sa 2. 28 did I choose him out of all the tribes
8. 1 8 your king which ye shall have chosen you
10. 24 See ye him whom the LORD hath chosen
12. 13 behold the king whom ye have chosen
13. 2 Saul chose him three thousand (men) of
16. 8, 9 he said, Neither hath the LORD chosen
16. 10 said. .The LORD hath not chosen these
17. 40 he. .chose him five smooth stones out of
"
20. 30 I know that thou hast chosen the son of
2 Sa. 6. 21 the LOKD, which chose me before thy
10. 9 he chose of all the choice (men) of Israel
16. 18 whom, .all the men of Israel, choose, his
17. i Let me now choose out twelve thousand
24. 12 choose thee one of them, that I may (do i )
1 KL 3. 8 midst of thy people which thou hast chos
8. 16 I chose no city, .but I chose David
8. 44 toward the city which thou hast chosen
8. 48 the city which thou hast chosen, aud the
11. 13 for Jerusalem s sake, which I have chosen
ii. 32 I have chosen out of all the tribes of Isr.
ii. 34 for David my servant s sake, whom I cho.
11. 36 I have chosen me to put my name there
14. 21 the LORD did choose out of all the tribes
18. 23 let them choose one bullock for themselv.
18. 25 Choose you one bullock for yourselves
2 Ki. 21. 7 I have chosen out of all tribes of Israel
23. 27 cast off this city . . which I have chosen
1 Ch 15. 2 them hath the LORD chosen to carry the
iq. 10 he chose out of all the choice of Israel
21.10 choose thee one of them, that I may do (it)
28. 4 the LORD God of Israel chose me before
28. 4 for he hath chosen Judah (to be) the ruler
28. 5 he hath chosen Solomon my son to sit
28. 6 for I have chosen him (to be) my son, and
28. 10 the LORD hath chosen thee to build an h.
29. i Solomon, .whom alone God hath chosen
2 Ch. 6. 5 I chose no city among all the tribes of
6. 5 neither chose I any man to be a ruler over
6. 6 But I have chosen Jerusalem, that my
6. 6 and have chosen David to be over my p.
6. 34 toward this city which thou hast chosen
C. 38 (toward) the city which thou hast chosen
7. 12 have chosen this place to myself for an
7. 16 now have I chosen and sanctified this h.
12. 13 the LORD had chosen out of all the tribes
3 Ch.2g. ii the LORD hath chosen you to stand beiore
33. 7 I have chosen before all the tribes of Is.
Neh. i. 9 the place that I have chosen to set my
9. 7 the LORD the God, who didst choose Ab.
Job 7. 15 So that my soul chooseth strangling
9. 14 choose out my words (to reason) with him?
15. 5 thou choosest the tongue of the crafty
29. 25 I chose out their way, and sat chief, and
34. 4 Let us choose to us judgment : let us
34- 33 whether thou refuse, or. .thou choose
36. 21 this hast thou chosen rather than afflict.
Psa. 25. 12 he teach in the way (that) he shall choose
33. 12 the people (whom) he hath chosen forhis
47. 4 He shall choose our inheritance for us
65. 4 Blessed (is the man whom) thou choosest
78. 67 and chose not the tribe of Ephraim
78. 68 But chose the tribe of Judah, the mount
78. 70 He chose David also his servant, and
105. 26 Moses his servant, (and) Aaron whom he
119. 30 1 have chosen the way of truth ; thy judg.
119. 173 Let thine hand help me: for I have chosen
132. 13 the LORD hath chosen Zion ; he hath
135. 4 the LORD hath chosen Jacob unto himself
Prov. i. 29 they . .did not choose the fear of the Lout
3. 31 Envy thou not. .choose none of his way.s
Isa. i. 29 for the gardens that ye have chosen
7. 15 to refuse the evil, and choose the good
7. 16 the child shall know to. .choose the good
14. i For the LORD . . will yet choose Israel, and
40. 20 He that, .ehooseth a tree (that) will not
41. 8 my servant, Jacob whom I have chosen
41. 9 I have chosen thee, and not cast thee
41. 24 an abomination (is he that) chooseth you
43. 10 and my servant whom I have chosen
44. i Yet now hear, O Jacob, .whom I have cho.
44. 2 thou, Jesurun, whom I have chosen
48. 10 I have chosen thee in the furnace of
49. 7 the Holy One of Israel, and he shall cho.
56. 4 keep my sabbaths, and choose (the things)
58. 5 Is it such a fast that I have chosen? a day
58. 6 (Is) not this the fast that I have chosen?
65. 12 ye., did choose (that) wherein I delighted
66. 3 Yea, they have chosen their own ways
66. 4 I also will choose their delusions, and
66. 4 they, .chose (that) in which I delighted
Jer. 33. 24 two families which the LORD hath chosen
Eze. 20. 5 In the day when I chose Israel, and
Hag. 2. 23 for I have chosen thee, saith the LORD
Zech. 1. 17 and the LORD, .shall yet choose Jerusalem
2. 12 the LORD shall, .choose Jerusalem again
3. 2 even the LORD that hath chosen Jeru.
3.7*0 appoint, X-ij bara, 3.
Eze. 21. 19 choose thou a place, choose (it) at the
4. 7*o appoint, rrj? barah.
i Sa. 17. 8 choose you a man for you, and let him
5. To receive, Vjjj qubal, 3.
1 Ch.2i. ii Thus saith the LORD, Choose thee
6. 7*o take, lift up for oneself, alpiofuu haireomai.
Phil. i. 22 Yet what I shall choose I wot not
2 Th. 2. 13 God hath from the beginning chosen you
Heb. ii. 25 Choosing rather to suffer affliction with
7. 7*o take, choose, alperi^w hairetizo.
Matt 12. 18 Behold my servant, whom I have chosen
8.7*0 lay out, iK\4ya> eklego.
Marki3. 20 for the elect s sake, whom he hath chosen
Luke 6. 13 of them he chose twelve, whom also he
10. 42 Mary hath chosen that good part, which
14. 7 he marked how they chose out the chief
John 6. 70 Have not I chosen you twelve, and one
13. 18 I know whom I have chosen : but, that
15. 16 Yehave not chosen me, but I have chosen
15. 19 but I have chosen you out of the world
Acts i. 2 unto the apostles whom he had chosen
i. 24 show whether of these two thou hast cho.
6. 5 they chose Stephen, a man full of faith
13.17 The God of this people . . chose our fathers
1 Co. i. 27 God hath chosen the foolish things of
i. 27 God hath chosen the weak things of the
i. 28 things which are despised, hath God cho.
Eph. i. 4 According as he hath chosen us in him
Jas. 2. 5 Hath not God chosen the poor of this
9.7*0 lay upon, firi\yta epilego.
Acts 15. 40 Paul chose Silas, and departed, being
10.7*0 take in Jiand, irpoxeipi Co^at proclieirizomai.
Acts 22. 14 The God of our lathers hath chosen thee
11.7*0 extend the hand (in voting], x^tporovtu.
2 Co. 8. 19 who was also chosen of the churches to
CHOOSE before, to
7*o extenil the hand (elect) before, irpox (i t- OTovtca-
Acts 10. 41 but unto witnesses chosen before of God
CHOOSE to be a soldier, to
7*o levy an army, enlist, ffrpaTo\oyf<ii stratot ie~>.
2 Ti. 2. 4 him who hath chosen him to be a sol r
CHOP in pieces, to
7*o spread out, fcn^ paras.
Mic. 3. 3 chop them in pieces, as for the pot, and as
CHO-RA -SHAN, ]yy "lia smoking furnace.
A town in Judah, perhaps the same as Ashan (Josh. 15.
42), which was given to Simeon.
i Sa. 30. 30 and to them which (were) in C., and to
CHORAZIN 165 CHRIST
CHO-RAZ IN, Xopatfv.
A city iu which some of the mighty works of Christ
were done. It was on the shore of the lake of Tiberias,
2 miles from Capernaum. Its modem name is likely
Tell Hum, on the E. of the Jordan, or Kerazah.
Matt ii. 21 Woe unto thee, C.! woe unto thee, Beth. !
Lukeio. 13 Woe unto thee C. ! woe unto thee, Beth. !
CHOSEN
1 Choice, chosen, tried, ^n; bachur.
Psa. 78. 31 and smote down the chosen (men) of Isr.
2. To choose (after testing), in? bachar.
Exodi4- 7 lie took six hundred chosen chariots, and
Judg 20. 15, 16 seven hundred chosen men
20 34 ten thousand chosen men out of all Israel
1 Sa. 24. 2 Saul took three thousand chosen men out
26. 2 having three thousand chosen men of Is.
2 Sa 6. i David gathered together all (the) chosen
1 Ki 12 21 four score thousand chosen men, which
2 Ch.ii. i four score thousand chosen (men), which
13. 3 (even) four hundred thousand chosen men
13. 3 with eight hundred thousand chosen men
13 17 there fell, .live hundred thousand chosen
Psa. 89. 19 I have exalted (one) chosen out of the
Jer. 49. 19 who (is) a chosen (man, that) I may
50. 44 who (is) a chosen (man, that) I may
3. To purify, -n? barar.
i Ch. 9. 22 All these (which were) chosen to be
16. 41 the rest that were chosen, who were
4. Choice, irao mibchar.
Exod 15. 4 hischosen captains were also drowned in
Jer. 48. 15 his chosen young men are gone down to
Eze. 23. 7 with all them (that were) the chosen men
Dan. 11.15 neither his chosen people, neither
5. To lay out for oneself, ^K\tyo/j.ai eklegomai.
Acts 15. 22 to send chosen men of their own com.
15. 25 to send chosen men unto you with our
6. Laid out, choice, chosen, eKKticrds eklektos.
Matt2o. 16 [for many be called, but few chosen]
22. 14 For many are called, but few (are) chosen
Luke23. 35 save himself, if he be Christ, the chosen
Rom r6. 13 Salute Rufus chosen in the Lord, and his
i Pe. 2. 4 disallowed, .of men, but chosen of God
2. 9 But ye (are) a chosen generation, a royal
Rev. 17. 14 that are with him (are) called, and chosen
7.A choice, selection, tK\oyf) ekloge.
Acts 9. 15 for he is a chosen vessel unto me, to bear
CHOSEN (one)
Choice, chosen, tried one, Tna bachir.
i Ch.i6. 13 ye children of Jacob, his chosen ones
Psa. 89. 3 I have made a covenant with my chosen
105. 6 ye children of Jacob his chosen
105. 43 brought forth, .his chosen with gladness
106. 5 That I may see the good of thy chosen
106. 23 had not Moses his chosen stood before
Isa. 43. 20 to give drink to my people, my chosen
65. 15 leave your name for a curse unto my cho.


CHOSEN, to be
To be chosen (after testing), inz bachar, 2.
Prov 22. i A good name (is) rather to be chosen than
Jer. 8. 3 death shall be chosen rather than life by
CHO-ZE -BA, N213 deceitful.
A city of Judah, the same as Chezib (Gen. 38. 5), and
Achzib (Josh. 15. 44).
i Ch. 4. 22 And Joldm, and the men of C., and Joash

CHRIST, Xpiarros anointed.
The official appellation of the long promised and long
expected Saviour, denoting his kingly authority and
mediatorial position as the "Servant of the Lord."
JESUS was his common name among men during his
lifetime, and lie is generally so called in the Gospels,
while the CHRIST or JESUS CHRIST is generally used
in the Epistles.
Matt. 1. 17 from the carrying away, .unto C. (are)
2. 4 he demanded of them where C. should be
11. 2 had heard in the prison the works of C.
16. 1 6 Thou art the C., the Son of the living God
16 20 should tell no man. .he was Jesus the C.
22. 42 Saying, What think ye of C.? whose son
23. 8, 10 for one is your Master, (even) C.
24. 5 shall come in my name, saying, I am C.
24. 23 if any man. .say unto you, Lo, here (is) C.
26. 63 tell us whether thou be the C., the Son
26. 68 Prophesy unto us, thou C., Who is he that
27. 17 Barabbas, or Jesus which is called C.?
27. 22 What shall I do. .with Jesus, .called C.?
Mark 8. 29 And Peter saith unto him, Thou art the C.
9. 41 drink in my name, because ye belong to C.
12. 35 How say the scribes that C. is the son of
13. 21 if any man shall say to you, Lo, here (is) C.
14. 61 said. .Art thou the C., the Son of the
15. 32 Let C. the King of Israel descend now
Luke 2. 1 1 in the city of David, a Saviour, which is C.
2. 26 not see death, before he had seen. .C.
3. 15 all men mused . .whether he were the C.
4. 41 Thou art C . . for they knew that he was C.
9. 20 say ye. .Peter answering said, The C.
20. 41 said . . How say they that C. is David s son ?
22. 67 Saying, Art thou the C. ? tell us. And he
23. 2 We found . . saying that he himself is C.
23. 35 let him save himself, if he be C., the
23. 39 saying, If thou be C., save thyself and us
24. 26 Ought not C. to have suffered these things
24. 46 thus it behoved C. to suffer, and to rise
John i. 20 denied not; but confessed, I am not the C.
i. 25 if thou be not that (, ., nor Elias neither
John i. 41 We have found the Messias, which is. .C.
3. 28 me witness, that I said, I am riot the C.
4. 25 know. .Messias cometh, which is called C.
4. 29 Come, see a man . .is not this the C.?
4. 42 know that this is indeed the C., the S.
6. 69 believe and are sure that thou art that C.
7. 26 rulers know indeed that this is the very C.V
7. 27 when C. cometh, no man knoweth whence
7. 31 When C. cometh, will he do more miracles
7. 41 ThisistheC.. Shall C. come outofGalilee?
7. 42 That C. cometh of the seed of David, and
9. 22 if any man did confess that he was C.
10. 24 said unto him.. If thou be the C., tell us
11. 27 Yea, Lord : I believe that thou art the C.
12. 34 heard out of the law that C. abideth for
20. 31 that ye might believe that Jesus is the C.
Acts 2. 30 God had sworn . .he would raise up C. to
2. 31 He. .spake of the resurrection of C., that
2. 36 made that same Jesus, .both Lord and C.
3. 18 God before had shewed, .that C. should
4. 26 rulers were gathered together against. .C.
8. 5 Philip went down, .and preached C. unto
9. 20 straightway he preached C. in the syna.
9. 22 conf. the Je ws . . proving that this is . . C.
17. 3 alleging that C. must needs have suffered
17. 3 this Jesus, whom I preach unto you, is C.
18. 5 Paul . . testified . . (that) Jesus (was) C.
18. 28 showing by the Scriptures. .Jesus (was)C.
24. 24 and heard him concerning the faith in C.
26. 23 ThatC. should suffer, (and) that he should
Rom. i. ;6 I am not ashamed of the gospel of C.: for
5. 6 For. .in due time C. died for the ungodly
5. 8 in that, while we were yet sinners, C. died
6. 4 like as C. was raised up from the dead by
6. 8 Now if we be dead with C., we believe
6. 9 Knowing that C. being raised from the
7. 4 become dead to the law by the body of C.
8. 9 Now if any man have not the spirit of C.
8. 10 if C. (be>in you, the body (is) dead because
8. ii he that raised up C. from the dead shall
8. 17 heirs of God, and joint heirs \\ith C. ; if so
8. 34 (It is) C. that died, yea rather, that is
8. 35 Who shall separate us from the love of C. ?
9. i I say the truth in C., I lie not, my consci.
9. 3 I., wish that myself were accursed from C.
9. 5 C. (came), who is over all, God blessed for
10. 4 C. (is) the end of the law for righteousness
10. 6 Who shall ascend . . to bringC.down (from)
10. 7 Who shall descend . .to bring up C. again
12. 5 we, (being) many, are one bodyin C., and
ij. 9 to this end C. both died, and rose, and
14. 10 we shall all stand before the. .seat of C.
14. 15 Destroy not him . . for whom C. died
14. 1 8 he that in these things serveth C. (is)
15. 3 even C. pleased not himself; but as it is
15. 7 as C. also received us, to the glory of God
15. 18 those things which C. hath not wrought
15. 19 I have fully preached the gospel of C.
15. 20 I strived to preach . .not where C. was
15. 29 of the blessing of the gospel of C.
16. 5 who is the first fruits of Achaia unto C.
16. 7 among the apostles, who also were in C.
16. 9 Salute Urbane our helper in C , and Stac.
16. 10 Salute Apelles approved in C. Salute them
16. 16 The churches of C. salute you
1 Co. . 6 the testimony of C. was confirmed in you
. 12 I of Apollos ; and I of Cephas ; and I of C.
. 13 Is C. divided? was Paul crucified for you?
. 17 C. sent me not to baptize, but to preach
. 17 the cross of C. should be made of none
. 23 we preach C. crucified, unto the Jews a
. 24 C. the power of God, and the wisdom of G.
2. 16 But we have the mind of C.
3. i as unto carnal, (even) as unto babes in C.
3. 23 And ye are C. s ; and C. (is) God s
4. i the minister* of C. and stewards of the
4. 10 for C. s sake, but ye (are) wise in C.
4. 15 ye have ten thousand instructors in C.
4. 17 remembrance . . my ways which be in C.
5. 7 even C. our passover is sacrificed for us
6. 15 that your bodies are the members of C. ?
6. 15 shall I then take the members of C., and
7. 22 also he that is called, .is C. s servant
8. ii shall the weak., perish, for whom C. died?
8. 12 when ye sin so .ye sin against C.
9. 12 lest we should hinder the gospel of C.
9. 1 8 I may make the gospel of C. without
9. 21 without law to God, but under .law to C.
10. 4 drank of that. .Rock, .that Rock was C.
10. 9 Neither let us tempt C., as some of them
10. i* is it not. .communion of the blood of C.?
10. 16 is it notthe communion of the body of C.
11. i Be ye followers of me, even as I. . of C.
ii. 3 know, that the head of every man is C.
11. 3 and the head of C. (is) God
12. 12 For as the body is one. .so also (is) C.
12. 27 Now ye are the body of C., and members
15. 3 that C died for ox:r sins according
15. 12 if C. be preached that he rose from the d.
15. 13 no resurrection, .then is C. not risen
15. 14 if C. be not risen, then (is) our preaching
15. 15 we have testified . .that he raised up C.
15. 16 if the dead rise not, then is not C. raised
is- 17 if C. be not raised, your faith (is) vain ; ye
15. 18 they also which are fallen asleep in C.
15 19 If in this life only we have hope in C.
15. 20 now is C. risen from the dead, (and)
15. 22 even so in C. shall all be made alive
15. 23 every man in his own order : C. the first
15. 23 afterward they that are C. s at his coming
2 Co. i. 5 as the sufferings of C. abound in us
i. 5 so our consolation also aboundeth by C.
2 Co. i. 21 he which stablisheth us with you in C.
2. 10 (forgave I it) in the person of C.
2. 12 I came to Troas to (preach) C. s gospel
2. 14 God, which, .causeth us to triumph in C
2. 15 For we are unto God a sweet savour of C.
2. 17 in the sight of God speak we in C.
3. 3 (ye are), .declared to be the epistle of C.
3. 4 such trust have we through C. to God-wa.
3. 14 vhich (veil) is done away in C.
4. 4 the light of the glorious gospel of C., who
5. 10 we must all appear before the. .seat of C.
5. 14 the love of C. constraineth us ; because
5. 16 though we have known C. after the flesh
5. 17 if any man (be) in C., (he is) a new creature
5. 19 To wit, that God was in C., reconciling
5. 20 Now then we are ambassadors for C., as
5. 20 we pray (you) in C. s stead, be yereconcil.
6. 1 5 what concord hath C. with Belial ? or what
8. 23 the churches, (and) the glory of C.
9. 13 your, .subjection unto the gospel of C.
10. i by the meekness and gentleness of C. , who
o. 5 every thought to the obedience of C.
o. 7 If any man trust to himself that he is C. s
o. 7 that, as he (is) C. s, even so (are) we C. s
0. 14 to you also in (preaching) the gospel of C.
1. 2 may present (you as) a chaste virgin to C.
i. 3 corrupted from the simplicity, .in C.
i. 10 As the truth of C. is in me, no man shall
i. 13 transforming, .into the apostles of C.
1. 23 Are they ministers of C. Y. .1 (am) more
2. 2 I knew a man in C. above fourteen years
2. 9 that the power of C. may rest upon me
2. 10 I takepleasure..indistresses,forC. ssake
2. 19 we speak before God in C. : but (we do) all
3. 3 ye seek a proof of C. speaking in me
Gal. i. 6 him that called you into the grace of C.
i. 7 and would pervert the gospel of C.
i. 10 I should not be the servant of C.
1. 22 churches of Judea which were in C.
2. 1 6 we might be justified by the faith of C.
2. 17 if, while we seek to be justified by C., we
2. 17 (is) therefore C. the minister of sin? Gcd
2. 20 I am crucified with C. : nevertheless I live
2. 20 yet not I, but C. liveth in me : and the
2. 21 if righteousness (come) by the law. .C. is
3. 13 C. hath redeemed us from the curse of
3. 16 but as of one, And to thy seed, which is C.
3. 17 covenant, that was confirmed, .in C.
3. 24 law . . schoolmaster (to bring us) unto C.
3. 27 as many, .as have been baptized into C.
3. 29 if ye (be) C. s, then are ye Abraham s seed
4. 7 if a son, then an heir of God through C.
4. 39 of whom I travail in birth again until C.
5. i Stand fast, .in the liberty wherewith C.
5. 2 if ye be circumcised, C. shall profit you
5. 4 C. is become of no effect unto you, who.
5. 24 they that are C. s have crucified the flesh
6. 2 Bear, .burdens, and so fulfil the law of C.
6. 12 lest they . .suffer, .for the cross of C.
Eph. i. 3 who hath blesseduswith.. blessings.. in C.
i. 10 he might gather, .in one all things in C.
i. 12 praise of his glory, who . .trusted in C.
1. 20 Which he wrought in C., when he raised
2. 5 hath quickened us together with C.
2. 12 at that time ye were without C., being
2. 13 ye. .are made nigh bythe blood of C.
3. 4 understand my knowledge . . mystery of C.
3. 6 partakers of his promise in C. by the Gos.
3. 8 should preach . . unsearchable riches of C.
3. 17 That C. may dwell in your hearts by faith
3. 19 to know the love of C., which passeth
4. 7 according to the measure of the gift of C.
4 . 12 for the edifying of the body of C.
4. 13 unto the measure, .of the fulness of C.
4.15 grow up into him . .which is the head . .C.
4. 20 But ye have not so learned C.
4. 32 as God for C. s sake hath forgiven you
5. 2 walk in love, as C. also hath loved us, and
5. 5 hath any inheritance in the kingdom of C.
5 . 14 arise from the dead, and C. shall give thee
s 23 even as C. is the head of the church
5 24 as the church is subject unto C., so (let)
5. 25 even as C. also loved the church, and gave
5. 32 but I speak concerning C. and the church
6. 5 in singleness of your heart, as unto C.
6. 6 but as the servants of C., doing the will of
Phil: i. 10 that ye may be sincere, .till the day of C.
i. 13 my bonds in C. are manifest in all the
i 15 Some indeed preach C. even of envy and
i 16 The one preach C. of contention, not
i 1 8 notwithstanding, every way.. C. is preach,
i. 20 now also C. shall be magnified in my body
i. 21 For to me to live (is) C., and to die (is)gain
i. 23 a desire to depart, and to be withC ; which
1. 27 let your conversation be as. .gospel of C.
i 29 unto you it is given in the behalf of C.
2. i If (there be) therefore . . cousolation in C.
2! 16 that I may rejoice in the day of C., that
2. 30 Because for the work of C. he was nigh
3 7 what . . were gain . . I counted loss for C.
3 8 count them (but) d,ung, that I may win C.
3. 9 but that which is through the faith of C.
3 . 18 (that they are)., enemies of the cross of C.
4. 13 I can do all things through _ . which str
Col T. 2 To the saints and faithful brethren in C.
i. 7 who is for yon a faithful minister of C.
i. 24 which is behind of

Uol. 2. 17 are a shadow, .but the body (is) of C.
2. 20 if ye be dead with C. from the rudiments
3. i If ye then be risen with ( ., seek those
3. i where C. sitteth ou the right hand of God
3. 3 ye are dead, and your life is hid with (, .
3. 4 When C., (who is) our life, shall appear
3. 1 1 bond (nor) free : but C. (is) all, and in all
3. 13 even as C. forgave you, BO also (do) ye
3. 16 Let the word of C. dwell in you richly in
4. 3 to speak the mystery of C., for which I
1. 12 a servant of C., saluteth you, always lab.
1 Th. 2. 6 when. . burdensome, as the apostles of C.
3. 2 our fellow labourer in the gospel of C.
4. 16 and the dead in C. shall rise first
2 Th. 2. 2 as that the day of C. is at hand
3. 5 and into the patient waiting for C.
1 Ti. 2. 7 I speak the truth in C., (and) lie not
5. ii when they . .wax wanton against C., they
2 TL 2. 19 let every one that uameth the name of C.
Phm. 8 though I might be much bold in C. to
Heb. 3. 6 But C. as a Son over his own house
3. 14 we are made partakers of C., if we hold
5. 5 So also C. glorified not himself to be made
6. i leaving, .principles of the doctrine of C.
9. n C being come an High Priest of good
9. 14 How much more shall the blood of C.
9. 24 C. is not entered into the holy places made
9 28 C. was once offered to bear the sins of
11. 26 Esteeming the reproach of C. greater
i Pe. i. ii the Spirit of C. which was in them did
i. ii when it testified, .the sufferings of C., and
1. ig]But with the precious blood of C., as of a
2. 21 because C. also suffered for us, leaving
3. 16 that. . accuse yourgood conversation inC.
3. 1 8 For C. also hath once suffered for sins
4. i Forasmuch then as C. hath suffered for
4. 13 as ye are partakers of C. s sufferings
4. 14 If ye be reproached for the name f C.
5. i and a witness of the sufferings of C.
x Jo. 2. 22 but he that deuieth that Jesus is the C. ?
5. i Whosoever believeth that Jesus is the C.
a Jo. 9 Whosoever, .not in the doctrine of C.
9 He that abideth in the doctrine of C., he
Rev. ii. 15 (the kingdoms)of our Lord, and of hisC.
12. 10 Now is come.. the power of his C : for the
20. 4 they lived and reigned with C. a thousand
20. 6 but they shall be priests of God and of C.
CHRIST JESUS
The Anointed Saviour, 6 Xpiffrbs Irjffovs.
Acts 19. 4 that they should believe on him. .C. Je.
Rom. 3. 24 through the redemption that is in C. Je.
8. 2 the law of the Spirit of life in C. J. 8.1.
8. 39 from the love of God, which is in C. Jesus
16. 3 Greet Priscilla. .my helpers in C. Jesus
1 Co. i. 2 to them that are sanctified in C. Jesus
2 Co. 4. 5 For we preach not ourselves, but C. Jesus
Gal. 2. 4 spy. .our liberty which we have in C. Jesus
3. 26 the children of God by faith in C. Jesus
4. 14 received me as an angel, .(even) as C. Je.
Eph. 2. 6 sit. .in heavenly (places) in C. Jesus
2. 7 (his) kindness toward us through C. Jesus
2. 10 we are his workmanship, created in C. J.
2. 13 But now in C. Jesus ye who sometimes
3. ii eternal purpose, .he purposed in C. Je.
3. 21 Unto him (be) glory., by C.Jesus through.
Phil. 3. 3 which worship God. .and rejoice inC. Je.
3. 8 excellency of the knowledge of C. Jesus
3. 12 for which. .1 am apprehended of C. Jesus
3. 14 of the high calling of God in C. Jesus
4. 7 shall keep your hearts . . through C. Jesus
4. 19 according to. .riches in glory by C. Jesus
4. 21 Salute every saint in C. Jesus
Col. i. 4 Since we heard of your faith in C. Jesus
1. 28 may present every man perfect in C. Je.
2. 6 As ye have therefore received C. Jesus
i Th. 2. 14 the churches of God which, .are in C. J.
5. 18 for this is the will of God in C. Jesus
i Ti. 1.12! thank C. Jesus our Lord, who hath
i. 14 with faith and love which is in C. Jesus
1. 15 that C. Jesus came into the world to save
2. 5 one mediator between God . . the man C. J.
3. 13 boldness in the faith which is in C. Jesus
6. 13 I givethee charge., (before) C. Jesus, who
a Ti. i. i the promise of life which is in C. Jesus
i. 2 Grace, mercy, (and) peace, from. .C. Je.
i. 9 which was given us in C. Jesus before the
1. 13 in faith and love which is in C. Jesus
2. i be strong in the grace that is in C. Jesus
2. 10 obtain the salvation which is in C. Jesus
3. 12 all that will live godly in C. Jesus shall
3. 15 through faith which is in C. Jesus
Phm. 6 every good . . which is in you in C. Jesus
23 salute, .my fellow prisoner in C. Jesus
Heb. 3. i consider the. . High Priest. .C. Jesus
i Pe. 5. 10 called us unto .eternal glory by C. Jesus
5. 14 Peace (be) with you all that are in C. Je.
OHRISTS, false
Lying Christs or anointed ones, il/ev$6xpio"roi.
Matt 24. 24 there shall arise false C.s, and false prop.
Markt3. 22 For false C.s and false prophets shall rise
CHRISTIAN
Belonging to CJirist, XpiffriavAs.
Acts ii. 26 the disciples were called C. first in Antioch
26. 28 Almost thou persuadest me to be a C.
i Pe. 4. 16 yet if (any man suffer) as a C. let him not
CHRONICLES
Afatturs of the days, Ciajri i.:n [dabar],
i Ki.i4. 19 in the book of the Chronicles of the kings
So in chap. 15. 7, 23, 31 ; 16. 5, 14, 20, 27; 22. 39, 45;
2 Ki. i. 18; 8. 23; 10. 34; 12 19; 13. 8, 12; 14. 15,
18, --8; 15. 6, ii, 15,21, 26, 31, 36; 16. 19; 20 20; 21.
17, 25 ; 23. 28 ; 24. 5 ; Ksth. 10. 2 .
i Ch. 27. 24 in the account of the Chronicles of king D
Esth. 2. 23 in the book of the Chronicles before the k.
6. i bring the book of records of the Chronic.
CHRYSOLITE
.-1 golden stone, a topaz, xp"<r6\idos chrusolithos.
Rev. 21. 20 the sixth, sardius ; the seventh, chrysolite
CHRYSOPRASUS
A golden leek; a beryl, xpvcroirpaffos chrusoprasos.
Rev. 21. 20 the ninth, a topaz ; the tenth a chrysopr.
CHUB, 3*3.
Name of a people in alliance with Egypt in the time of
Nebuchadnezzar B C. 610. Probably Mub.
Eze. 30. 5 and all the mingled people, and C.
CHUN, ])3 founding.
A city in Aram-zobah on the highway to the Euphrates,
and plundered by David.
i Ch.iS. 8 Likewise from Tibhath, and from C.
CHURCH
That which is called out, fKK\i}aria ekklesia.
Matti6. 18 upon this rock I will build my church; and
18. 17 if he. .neglect, .tell (it) unto the church
18. 17 but if he neglect to hear the church, let
Acts 2. 47 the Lord added [to the church] daily such
5. ii And great fear came upon all the church
7. 38 that was in the church in the wilderness
8. i great persecution against the church
8. 3 As for Saul, he made havoc of the church
9. 31 Then had the churches rest throughout
ii. 22 things came unto the ears of the church
11. 26 they assembled themselves with the ch.
12. i Herod, .stretched forth, .to vex. .the ch.
12. 5 without ceasing of the church unto God
13. i in the church that was at Antioch certain
14. 23 had ordained them elders in every church
14. 27 they were come, and had gathered the ch.
15. 3 being brought ou their way by the church
15. 4 they were received of the church, and
15. 22 apostles and elders, with the \vholech.
15. 41 went through Syria, .confirming the chs.
16. 5 so were the churches established in the
18. 22 when he had. .saluted the church, he
20. 17 sent, .and called the elders of the church
20. 28 overseers, to feed the church of God,
Rom. 16. i which is a servant of the church which is
16. 4 but also all the churches of the Gentiles
16. 5 Likewise (greet) the church that is in their
16. 16 The churches of Christ salute you
16. 23 Gaius mine host, and of the whole church
1 Co. i. 2 Unto the church of God which is at Cor.
4. 17 as I teach everywhere in every church
6. 4 who are least esteemed in the church
7. 17 And so ordain I in all churches
10. 32 Give none offence, neither, .to the church
1 1. 16 have no such custom, neither thechurches
ii. 18 when ye come together in the church, I
11. 22 despise ye the church of God, and shame
12. 28 God hath set some in the church, first
14. 4 he that prophesieth edifieth the church
14. 5 that the church may receive edifying
14. 12 ye may excel to the edifying of the church
14. 19 Vet in the church I had rather speak five
14. 23 If therefore the whole church be come
14. 28 let him keep silence in the church ; and
14. 33 but of peace, as in all churches of the
14. 34 Let your women keep silence in the chs.
14. 35 a shame for women to speak in the church
13. 9 because I persecuted the church of God
16. i as I have given order to the churches of
16. 19 The churches of Asia salute you. Aquila
16. 19 with the church that is in their house
2 Co. i. i unto the church of God which is at Corinth
8. i thegrace of God bestowed on the churches
8. 18 in the Gospel throughout all the churches
8. 19 who was also chosen of the churches to
8. 23 the messengers of the churches, (and) the
8. 24 show ye to them, and before the churches
ii. 81 robbed other churches, taking wages
11. 28 Besides, .the care of all the churches
12. 13 wherein ye were inferior to other churches
Gal. i. 2 all. . with me, unto the churches of Galatia
i. 13 I persecuted the church of God, and
i. 22 And was unknown by face unto the chs.
Bph. i. 22 the head over all (things) to the church
3. 10 by the church the manifold wisdom of God
3. 21 Unto him (be) glory in the church by C.
5. 23 eveu as Christ is the head of the church
5. 24 as the church is subject unto Christ, so
5. 25 even as Christ also loved the church, and
5. 27 a glorious church, not having spot, or
5. 29 but uourisheth . even as the Lord the ch.
5. 32 I speak concerning Christ and the church
Phil. 3. 6 Concerning zeal, persecuting the church
4. 15 no church communicated with me as con.
Col. i. 18 he is the head of the body, the church
1. 24 for his body s-sake, which is the church
4- is^alute. .the church which is in his house
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4. 16 cause that it be read also in the church
1 Th. i. i the church of the Thessalonians (which is)
2. 14 became followers of the churches of God
2 Tli. i. i the church of the Thessalonians in God
i. 4 we ourselves glory in you in the churches
i Ti. 3. 5 how shall he take care of the church of
3. 15 which is the church of the living God, the
i Ti. 5. 16 and let not the church be charged
Phm. 2 and to the church in thy house
Heb. 2. 12 in the midst of the church will I sing
12. 23 the general assembly and church
Jas. 5. 14 let him call for the elders of the churck
3 Jo. 6 witness of thy charity before the church
9 I wrote unto the church
10 and casteth (them) out of the church
Rev. i. 4 John to the seven churches which
i. ii send (it) unto the seven churches
i. 20 seven stars are theangelsof the. .churches
1. 20 seven candlesticks, .the seven churches
2. i 1 nto the angel of the church of Ephesus
2. 7 hear what the Spirit saith unto the chs.
2. 8 the angel of the church in Smyrna
2. ii what the Spirit saith unto the churches
2. 12 to the angel of the church in Pergamos
2. 17, 29 hear what the Spirit saith unto the ch.
a. is unto the angel of the church in Thyatira
2. 23 all the churches shall know that v.29-
3. i unto the angel of the church in Sardis
3. 6, 13, 22 hear what, .spirit saith unto ch.
3. 7 to the angel of the church in Philadelphia
3. 14 unto the angel of the church of the Laod.
22. 16 testify unto you these things in the chur.
CHURCHES, robber of
.-1 robber of temples, Up6irv\ot hierosulos.
Acts 19. 37 which are neither robbers of churches
CHURL
I. Churl, avaricious, ^ 3 Idled,
Isa. 32. 5 called liberal, nor the churl said (to be)
I.Churl, avaricious, ^3 kelai.
Isa. 32. 7 The instruments also of the churl (are)
CHURLISH
Hard, harsh, sharp, ~y$ qasheh.
1 Sa. 25. 3 the man (was) churlish and evil in his
CHURNING
Pressure, churning, pa mits.
Prov. 30. 33 Surely the churning of milk bringeth
CHU-SHAN RISH-A-THA -IM, O .nyy-i j?"3. A king of Mesopotamia, defeated by Othniel, B C. 1394.
Judg. 3 8 into the hand of C. king of Mesopotamia
3. 8 children of Israel served C. eight years
3. 10 the LORI* delivered C. . .into his hand
3. 10 and his hand prevailed against C.
CHU -ZA, Xovfa.
Steward of Herod Autipas son of Herod the Great.
Luke 8. 3 Joauna the wife of C. Herod s steward
CIEL, to
To cover, overlay, del, ncn chaphah, 3.
2 Ch. 3. 5 the greater house he cieled with fir tree
CIELED
To cover over, del, jstp saphan.
Jer. 22. 14 (it is) cieled with cedar, and painted with
Hag. i. 4 (Is it) time, .to dwell in your cieled houses
CIELED with
Thin board, ^ny shechiph.
Eze. 41. 16 cieled with wood round about, and from
CIELING
A deling, J2p sippun,
i Ki. 6. 1 5 both the floor, .and the walls of the deling
CI-LI-CI -A, KtXiKia.
A province of Asia Minor, bounded on the N. by Cappadocia,
Lycaouia, and Isauria ; S. by the Mediterranean ;
E. by Syria ; and W. by Pamphylia.
Acts 6. 9 (the synagogue), .of them of C and of Asia
15. 23 the Gentiles in Antioch and Syria and C.
15. 41 And he went through Syria and C.
, 21. 39 I am . .a Jew of Tarsus, (a city) in C.
"22. 3 I am. .a Jew, born in Tarsus, (a city) in C.
23. 34 when he understood that (he was) of C.
27. 5 when we had sailed o.wer the sea of C.
Gal. i. 21 I came into the regions ef Syria and C.
CINNAMON
1. Bark of the cinnamon tree, jiajp qinnamon.
Exod/o. 23 Take thou also, .of sweet cinnamon h. a
Prov. 7 .17 I have perfumed my bed with . . cinnc -
>n
Song 4. 14 calamus and cinnamon, with all * ^a of
2. Cinnamon, Kit/d^ui^ov kinamomon, <c<; ^o/uoj/uo^.
Rev. 18. 13 cinnamon, and odours, and ointments
CIN-NE- ROTH, niif? See Chinnereth.
\ Ki. 15. 20 Ben-hadad.. sent., against, .all C.
CIRCLE
Circle, arch, vault, compass, J?n chug.
Isa. 40. 22 that sitteth upon the circle of the eartu
CIRCUIT
I. Circle, arch, vault, compass, 3?n chug.
Job 22. 14 and he walketh in the circuit of heaven
2. Circuit, surrounding country, 3%
:?D sabib.
Eccl. i. 6 the wind returueth again , .to his circuits
^.Revolution, circuit, J^pp tequphah.
Psa. 19. 6 and his circuit unto the ends of it . and
CIRCUIT, in
To go round about, 33 sabab.
i Sa. 7. 16 And he went from year to year in circuit
CIRCUMCISE 167
CIRCUMCISE, to
1. To cut off, away, around, circumcise, TO mul.
Gen. 17. 23 circumcised the flesh of their foreskin in
21. 4 Abraham circumcised his son Isaac being
Exod 12. 44 when thou hast circumcised him, then
Deutio. 16 Circumcise therefore the foreskin .of your
30. 6 the LORD . . will circumcise thine heart
Josh. 5. 2 circumcise again the children of Israel
3 circumcised the children of Israel at the
5! 4 (is) the cause why Joshua did circumcise
s. 5 all the people . . they had not circumcised
5. 7 their children . . them Joshua circumcised
5. 7 because they had not circumcised them
2.To be cut off, circuiiicisedt ^0 malal, 2.
Gen. 17. ii And ye shall circumcise the flesh of your
3. To cut around, circumcise, irfpirf/j.vo) peritemno.
Luke i. 59 on the eighth day they came to circumcise
John 7. 22 and ye on the sabbath day circumcise a
Acts 7. 8 so(Abraham) begat Isaac.and circumcised
15. 5 That it was needful to circumcise them
16. 3 took and circumcised him becauseof the J.
21.21 they ought not to circumcise (their) chil.
CIRCUMCISE selves, to
To be cut around, circumcised, V?D mul, 2.
Jer. 4. 4 Circumcise yourselves to the LORD, and
CIRCUMCISED
I. Circumcision, irepiTOfj.ri peritome (dat.)
Phil. 3. 5 Circumcised the eighth day, of the stock
2.To cut around, circumcise, "?1D mul.
Josh. 5. 5 all. .that came out were circumcised
Jer. 9. 25 circumcised with the uncircumcised
CIRCUMCISED, to be or have
1. To lie cut around, circumcised, "??D mul, 2.
Gen. 17. 10 Every man child, .shall be circumcised
17. 12 he that is eight, .shall be circumcised
17. 13 he that is bought, .must, .be circumcised
17. 14 the uncircumcised man child . .is not cir.
17. 24, 25 when he was circumcised in the flesh
17. 26 the selfsame day was Abraham circum.
17. 27 all the men of his house. . were circumcised
34. 15 that every male of you be circumcised
34. 17 ye will not hearken, .to be circumcised
34. 22 be circumcised, as they (are) circumcised
34. 24 every male was circumcised, all that went
Exodis. 48 let all his males be circumcised, and then
Lev. 12. 3 the flesh of his foreskin shall be circum.
2. To circumcise, jrtpirefj.via peritemno.
Acts 15. i Except ye be circumcised after the man.
15. 24 [(Ye must) be circumcised, and keep the]
i Co. 7. 1 8 Is any man called being circumcised?
7. 18 let him not be circumcised
Gal. 2. 3 was compelled to be circumcised
5. 2 if ye be circumcised, Christ shall profit
5. 3 testify, .to every man that is circumcised
6. 12 they constrain you to be circumcised
6. 13 they themselves who are circumcised keep
6. 13 but desire to have you circumcised, that
Col. 2. 1 1 In whom also ye are circumcised with
CIRCUMCISED, though not
Through uncircumcision, SI cutpofiv arias [akrobustia]
Rom. 4. ii that believe, though they be not circum.
CIRCUMCISING
l.To be cut off, circumcised, Via mul, 2.
Josh. 5 8 when they had done circumcising all
2. To circumcise, cut around, ITfpire /AM peritemno.
Luke 2. 21 were accomplished for the circumcising
CIRCUMCISION
1. Circumcision, nTia muloth.
Exod 4. 26 A bloody husb. . .because of the circumci.
2. A cutting round, circumcision, irtpiTo/j.ri peritome.
John 7. 22 Moses, .gave unto you circumcision
7. 23 If a man. .receive circumcision, that
Acts 7. 8 he gave him the covenant of circumcision
10. 45 they of the circumcision which believed
11. 2 they that were of the circumcision con.
Rom. 2. 25 circumcision verily proflteth, if thou keep
2. 25 thy circumcision is made uucircumcision
2. 26 uncircumcision be counted for circum.?
2. 27 by the letter and circumcision dost trans.
2. 28 neither (is that) circumcision which is out.
2. 29 and circumcision (is that) of the heart, in
3. i or what profit (is there) of circumcision ?
3. 30 which shall justify the circumcision by fa.
4. 9 (Cometh) this blessedness . . upon the cir.
4. 10 in circumcision, or in uucircumcision ?
4. 10 Not in circumcision, but in uncircumcision
4. ii And he received the sign of circumcision
4. 12 the father of circumcision to them who
4. 12 are not of the circumcision only, but
15. 8 Christ was a minister of the circumcision
i Co. 7. 19 Circumcision is nothing, and uncircum.
Gal. 2. 7 as (the gospel) of the circumcision (was)
2. 8 to the apostleship of the circumcision, the
2. 9 that we (should go) . . unto the circumci.
2. 12 fearing them which were of the circum.
5. 6 neither circumcision availeth anything
5. ii I, brethren, if I yet preach circumcision
6. 15 neither circumcision availeth anything
Eph. 2. ii by that which is called the Circumcision
Phil. 3. 3 For we are the circumcision, which wor,
Col. 2. ii with the circumcision made without ha.
2. n in putting off the body, .by the circum.
3. ii circumcision nor uncircumcisioa
Col. 4. ii And Jesus, .who are of the circumcision
Titus i. 10 many, .specially they of the circumcision
CIRCUMSPECT, to be -
To be watchful, "cy shamar, 2.
Exod23 13 I have said unto you be circumspect
CIRCUMSPECTLY--
iccurately, pointedly, aKpificas akribos.
Eph. 5. 15 See then that ye walk circumspectly
CIS, Kis.
Father of Saul, B.C. 1120. The Greek form of Kish.
Acts 13. 21 God gave them Saul, the son of Cis.
CISTERN
1. Cistern, well, pit, "1N3. bar.
Jer. 2. 13 (and) hewed, .cisterns, broken cisterns
2. Cistern, well, pit, "ria bar.
2 Ki. 18. 31 drink ye every one the waters of his cistern
Prov 5. 15 Drink waters out of thine own cistern
Eccl.i2. 6 or the wheel broken at the cistern
Isa. 36. 16 drink ye every one the waters of his . . cis.
CITIES
I.A city (of busy concourse), enclosed place, fy ir.
Gen. 13. 12 Lot dwelt in the cities of the plain, and
19. 25 he overthrew those cities, and all the p.
19. 25 all the inhabitants of the cities, and
19. 29 God destroyed the cities of the plain
19. 29 when he overthrew the cities in the
35. 5 the terror of God was upon the cities that
41. 35 and let them keep food in the cities
41. 48 and laid up the food in the cities
47. 21 he removed them to cities from (one) end
Exod. i. ii they built for Pharaoh treasure cities
Lev. 25. 32 Notwithstanding the cities of the Levites
25. 32 houses of the cities of their possession
25. 33 the houses of the cities of the Levites
25. 34 the field of the suburbs of their cities
26. 25 when ye are gathered, .within your cities
26. 31 I will make your cities waste, and bring
26. 33 land shall be desolate, and. .cities waste
Num. 13. 19 what cities (they be) that they dwell in
13. 28 and the cities (are) walled, and very great
21. 2 then I will utterly destroy their cities
21. 3 they, .destroyed them and their cities
21. 25 Israel took all these cities: and Israel
21. 25 Israel dwelt in all the cities of the
31. 10 they burnt all their cities wherein they
32. 16 We will build . . cities for our little ones
32. 17 our little ones shall dwell in the. .cities
32. 24 Build you cities for your little ones, and
32. 26 little ones, .shall be there in the cities
32. 33 the land, with the cities thereof in the
32. 33 (even) the cities of the country round
32. 36 Beth-nimrah, and Beth-haran, fenced c.
32. 38 gave other names unto the cities which
32. 38 that they gave unto the Levites. .cities
35. 2 and ye shall give . . suburbs for the cities
35. 3 the cities shall they have to dwell in
35. 4 the suburbs of the cities, which ye shall
35. 5 shall be to them . . suburbs of the cities
35. 6 among the cities which ye shall give unto
35. 6 unto the Levites there shall be six cities
35. 6 to them ye shall add forty and two cities
35. 7 cities, .(shall be) forty and eight cities
35. 8 the cities . . shall be of the possession
35. 8 every one shall give of his cities unto
35. n ye shall appoint you cities to be cities
35. 12 they shall be unto you cities for refuge
35. 13 of these cities . . six cities shall ye have
35. 14 Ye shall give three cities on this side
35. 14 three cities shall ye give in the land
35. 14 (which) shall be cities of refuge
35. 15 These six cities shall be a refuge (both)
Deut. i. 22 and into what cities we shall come
1. 28 the cities (are) great and walled up to h
2. 34 we took all his cities at that time, and
2. 35 and the spoil of the cities which we took
2. 37 (nor) unto any place, .nor unto the cities
3. 4 we took all his cities at that time, there
3. 4 threescore cities, all the region of Argob
3. 5 All these cities (were) fenced with high w.
3. 7 the spoil of the cities, we took for a prey
3. 10 All the cities of the plain, and all Gilead
3. 10 cities of the kingdom of Og in Bashan
3. 12 half mount Gilead, and the cities thereof
3. 19 But your wives . . shall abide in your cities
4. 41 Moses severed three cities on this side
4. 42 that fleeing unto one of these cities he
6. 10 to give thee great and goodly cities, which
9. i cities great, and fenced up to heaven
13. 12 If thou shalt hear, .in one of thy cities
19. i dwellest in their cities, and in their
19. 2, 7 Thou shalt separate three cities for the
19. 5 he shall flee unto one of those cities
19. 9 then shalt thou add three cities more for
19. ii and fleeth into one of these cities
20. 15 Thus shalt thou do unto all the cities
20. 15 which (are) not of the cities of these na.
20. 16 But of the cities of these people, which
21. 2 they shall measure unto the cities which
Josh. 9. 17 came unto their cities on the third day
9. 17 Now their cities (were) Gibeon, Chephirah
o. 2 Gibeon (was) . . as one of the royal cities
o. 19 suffer them not to enter into their cities
o. 20 that the rest . . entered into fenced cities
0. 37, 39 king thereof, and all the cities thereof
1. 12 all the cities of those kings, and all the
ii. 13 (as for) the cities that stood still in their
ii. 14 And all the spoil of these cities, and the
Josh. 1 1. 21 Joshua destroyed them, .with their cities
13. 10 all the cities of Sihonkingof the Amorites
13. 17 Heshbon, and all her cities that (are) in
13. 21 all the cities of the plain, and all the
13. 23 the cities and the villages thereof
13. 25 their coast was Jazer, and all the cities
13. 28 This (is) the inheritance., the cities, and
13. 30 which (are) in Bashan, threescore cities
13. 31 cities of the kingdom of Og in Bashan
14. 4 they gave no part . . save cities to dwell
14. 12 (that) the cities (were) great and fenced
15. 9 went out to the cities of mount Ephron
15. 21 the uttermost cities of the tribe of the
15. 32 all the cities (are) twenty and nine, with
15. 36 fourteen cities with their villages
15. 41 sixteen cities with their villages
J5- 44. 54 nine cities with their villages
15. 51 eleven cities with their villages
15. 57 ten cities with their villages
15. 59, 62 six cities with their villages
15. oo two cities with their villages
16. 9 the separate cities for the children of
16. 9 all the cities with their villages
17. 9 these cities of Ephraim (are) among the c.
17. 12 drve out (the inhabitants) of those cities
18. 9 described it by cities into seven parts
18. 21 now the cities of the tribe of the children
18. 24 twelve cities with their villages
18. 28 fourteen cities with their villages
19. 6 thirteen cities and their villages
19. 7 four cities and their villages
19. 8 the villages. . round about these cities
19. 15 twelve cities with their villages
19. 16 these cities with their villages
19. 22 sixteen cities with their villages
19. 23, 39 This (is) the inheritance, .the cities and
19. 30 twenty and two cities with their villages
19. 31, 48 This (is) the inheritance, .these cities
19. 35 the fenced cities (are) Ziddim, Zer, and
19. 38 nineteen cities with their villages
20. 2 Appoint out for you cities of refuge
20. 4 that doth flee unto one of these cities
20. 9 These were the cities appointed for all
21. 2 to give us cities to dwell in, with the
21. 3 the children of Israel gave, .these cities
21. 4 the tribe of Benjamin, thirteen cities
21. 5 of the half tribe of Manasseh, ten cities
. 6 half tribe of Manasseh. .thirteen cities
, 7 out of the tribe of Zebulun, twelve cities
. 8 the children of Israel gave, .these cities
. 9 these cities which are (here) mentioned
, 16 nine cities out of those two tribes
. 18 and Almon with her suburbs ; four cities
. 19 All the cities of the children of Aaron
. 19 All the cities, .were thirteen cities with
. 20 even they had the cities of their lot ou
. 22 Beth-hpron with her suburbs ; four cities
. 24 Gath-rimmon with her suburbs ; four c.
. 25 Gath-rimmon with her suburbs ; two c.
. 26 All the cities (were) ten with their suburbs
. 27 Beeshterah with her suburbs ; two cities
. 29 Engannim with her suburbs ; four cities
. 31 and Rehob with her suburbs ; four cities
. 32 and Kartan with her suburbs ; three c.
. 33 All the cities, were thirteen cities with
. 35 Nahalal with her suburbs ; four cities
. 39 Jazer with her suburbs ; four cities in all
. 40 the cities, .were (by), .lot twelve cities
. 41 All the cities of the Levites within the
. 41 the cities, .(were) forty and eight cities
. 42 These cities were every one with their
. 42 thus (were) all these cities
. 13 cities which ye built not, and ye dwell in
Judg. 10. 4 they had thirty cities, wliich are called
ii. 26 in all the cities that (be) along by the
11. 33 smote them from Aroer. .(even) twenty c.
12. 7 was buried in (one of) the cities of Gilead
20. 15 at that time out of the cities twenty and
20. 41 and them which (came) out of the cities
20. 48 also they set on fire all the cities that they
21. 23 and repaired the cities, and dwelt in them
1 Sa. 6. 18 (according to) the number of all the c.
6. 18 to the five lords, (both) of fenced cities
7. 14 And the cities, .were restored to Israel
18. 6 that the women came out of all cities of I.
30. 29 to (them), .in the cities of the Jerahmeel.
30. 29 and to them . .in the cities of the Kenites
31. 7 they forsook the cities, and fled ; and
2 Sa. 2. i Shall I go up into any of the cities of
2. 3 and they dwelt in the cities of Hebron
8. 8 and from Betah, and from Berothai, c.
10. 12 let us play the men.. for the cities of our
12. 31 thus did he unto all the cities of the chi.
20. 6 lest he get him fenced cities, and escape
24. 7 to all the cities of the Hivites, and of
1 Ki. 4. 13 threescore great cities with walls and
9. ii king Solomon gave Hiram twenty cities
9. 12 Hiram came out from Tyre to see the c.
9. 13 What cities (are) these which thou hast
9. 19 all the cities of store that Solomon had
9. 19 cities for his chariots, and cities for
10. 26 whom he bestowed in the cities for
12. 17 the children .. which dwelt in the cities
13. 32 places which (are) in the cities of Samar.
15. 20 which he had against the cities of Israel
15. 23 and the cities which he built, (are) they
20. 34 The cities which my father took from thy
22. 39 all that he did. .and all the cities that he
2 Ki. 3. 25 And they beat down the cities, and on
13. 25 Jehoash the son of Jehoahaz took, .the c.
13. 25 and recovered the cities of Israel
17. 6 and in the cities of the Modes
CITIES 168 CITY
2 Ki. 17. 9 built, .high places in all their cities
17. 24 and place (them) in the cities of Samaria
17. 24 they possessed . .and dwelt in the cities
17. 26 and placed in the cities of .Samaria
17. 29 every nation in their cities wherein they
iS. ii and put them . .in the cities of the Medes
18. 13 against all the fenced cities of Jud:ih
19 25 shouldest be to lay waste fenced cities
23 5 in the high places in the cities of .hulah
238 brought all the priests out of the cities
23 IQ the high places that (were) in the cities
i Ch. 2 22 who had three and twenty cities in the
2 23 the towns thereof, (even) threescore cities
4 31 These (were) their cities unto the reign of
4. 32 Rimmon, and Tochen, and Ashan, live c.
4. 33 villages that (were) round . . the same c.
6. 57 to the sons of Aaron they gave the cities
6. 60 All their cities, .(were) thirteen cities
6. 61 half (tribe) of Manasseh, by lot, ten cities
6. 62 out of. .Manasseh in Bashan, thirteen c.
6. 63 Unto the sons of Merari. .twelve cities
6. 64 Israel gave to the Levites (these)
cities
6. 65 they gave by lot. .these cities which are
6. 66 (the residue) of the families, .had cities
6. 67 And they gave unto them, (of) the cities
9. 2 in their possessions in their cities
10. 7 then they forsook their cities, and fled
13. a the priests, .(which are) in their cities
18. 8 Likewise from Tibhath. .cities of Hader.
19. 7 gathered themselves, .from their cities
19. 13 for our people, and for the cities of our
20. 3 Even so dealt David with all the cities
27. 25 storehouses in the fields, in the cities
Ch. 1.14 which he placed in the chariot cities
8. 2 the cities which Huram had restored to
8. 4 all the store cities, which he built in
8. 5 fenced cities, with walls, gates, and bars
8. 6 all the store cities that Solomon had, and
8. 6 the chariot cities, and the cities of the
9. 25 whom he bestowed in the chariot cities
10. 17 that dwelt in the cities of Judah
11. 5 and built cities for defence in Judah
13. 19 Abijah pursued . .and took cities from him
14. 5 he took away out of all the cities of
14. 7 Let us build these cities, and make about
14. 14 they smote all the cities round about
14. 14 they spoiled all the cities ; for there was
15. 8 out of the cities which he had taken from
16. 4 sent the captains, .against the cities of
16. 4 and all the store cities of Xaphtali
17. 2 he placed forces in all the fenced cities
17. 2 in the cities of Ephraim, which Asa his
17. 7 to teach in the cities of Judah
17. 9 went about throughout all the cities of
17. 12 he built in Judah castles, and cities of
17. 13 he had much business in the cities of
17. 19 (those) whom the king put in the cities
19. 5 throughout all the fenced cities of Judah
19. io your brethren that dwell in their cities
23. 2 gathered the Levites out of all the cities
24. 5 said unto them, Go out unto the cities of
25. 13 soldiers of the army, .fell upon the cities
26. 6 built cities about Ashdod, and among
27. 4 he built cities in the mountains of Judah
28. 18 Philistines also had invaded the cities
31. i all Israel, .present went out to the cities
31. i every man. .into their own cities
31. 6 that dwelt in the cities of Judah
31. 15 in the cities of the priests, in (their) set
ji. 19 the fields of the suburbs of their cities
32. i encamped against the fenced cities, and
32. 29 Moreover he provided him cities
33. 14 put captains, .in all the fenced cities
34. 6 (so did he) in the cities of Manasseh, and
Ezra 2. 70 the Nethinims, dwelt in their cities
2. 70 and all Israel in their cities
3. i the children of Israel (were) in the cities
io. 14 have taken strange wives in our cities
Neh. 7. 73 and all Isruel, dwelt in their cities
7. 73 the children of Israel (were) in their cities
8. 15 publish and proclaim in all their cities
9. 25 they took strong cities, and a fat land
10. 37 might have the tithes in all the cities
n. i and nine parts (to dwell) in (other) cities
n. 3 but in the cities of Judah dwelt every
11. 3 in his possession in their cities, (to wit)
11. 20 residue of Israel, .were in all the cities
12. 44 gather, .out of the fields of the cities
Esth. 9. 2 Jews gathered . .together in their cities
Job 15. 28 he dwelleth in desolate cities, and in
Psa. 69. 35 God will save Zion, and. .build the cities
Isa. i. 7 Your country (is) desolate, your cities (are)
6. ii Until the cities be wasted without inhab.
14. 17 made the world, .and destroyed thecities
17. 2 The cities of Aroer (are) forsaken ; they
17. 9 shall his strong cities be as a forsaken
19. 18 In that day shall five cities in the land
33. 8 he hath despised the cities, he regardeth
36. i came up against all the defenced cities
37. 26 thou shouldest be to lay waste, .cities
40. 9 say unto the cities of Judah, Behold your
42. 1 1 Let the wilderness and thecities thereof
44. 26 and to the cities of Judah, Ye shall be
54. 3 make the desolate cities to be inhabited
61. 4 they shall repair the waste cities, the
64. io thy holy cities are a wilderness, Zion is
Jer. i. 15 and against all the cities of Judah
2. 15 his cities are burned without inhabitant
2. 28 (according) to the number of thy cities are
4. 5 and let us go into the defenced cities
4. 7 thy cities shall be laid waste, without
4. 16 give oufc their voice against the cities
Jer. 4. 26 all the cities thereof were broken down
5. 6 a leopard shall watch over their cities
5. 17 they shall impoverish thy fenced cities
7. 1 7 Seest thou not what they do in the cities
7. 34 Then will I cause to cease from the cities
8. 14 let us enter into the defenced cities
9. ii I will make the cities of Judah desolate
10. 22 to make the cities of Judah desolate (and)
11. 6 Proclaim all these words in the cities
ii. 12 Then shall the cities of Judah and inhah.
11. 13 (according to) the number of thy cities
1 3. 19 The cities of the south shall be shut up
17. 26 they shall come from the cities of Judah
20. 16 let that man be as the cities which the
22. 6 (and) cities (which) are not inhabited
25. 18 (To wit), Jerusalem, and the cities of Jud.
26. 2 and speak unto all the cities of Judah
31. 21 O virgin, .turn again to these thy cities
31. 23 in the land of Judah, and in the cities
31. 24 and in all the cities thereof together
32. 44 in the cities of Judah, and in the cities
32. 44 and in the cities of the valley
32. 44 and in the cities of the south
33. io in the cities of Judah, and in the streets
33. 12 in all the cities thereof, shall be an
33. 13 In the cities of the mountains, in the cities
33. 13 in the cities of the south, .the cities of J.
34. i and against all the cities thereof
34. 7 against all the cities of Judah that were
34. 7 defenced cities remained of the cities
34. 22 I will make the cities of Judah a desola.
36. 6 all Judah that come out of their cities
36. 9 that came from the cities of Judah unto
40. 5 king . . hath made governor over the cities
40. TO dwell in your cities that ye have taken
44. 2 I have brought . . upon all the cities of
44. 6, 17, 21 in the cities of Judah, and in the
48. 9 for the cities thereof shall be desolate
48. 15 Moab is. .gone up (out of) her cities, and
48. 24 upon all the cities of the land of Moab
48. 28 O ye that dwell in Moab, leave the cities
49. i and his people dwell in his cities
49. 13 all the cities thereof shall be perpetual
50. 32 I will kindle a fire in his cities, and it
51. 43 Her cities are a desolation, a dry land
Lam. 5. ii They ravished . .the maids in the cities
Eze. 6. 6 in all your dwelling places the cities
12. 20 the cities that (are) inhabited shall be
19. 7 he laid waste their cities ; and the land
25. 9 from the cities, from his cities (which are
26. 19 like the cities that are not inhabited
29. 12 her cities among the cities (that are)
30. 7 cities shall be in the midst of the cities
35. 4 I will lay thy cities waste, and thou
35. 9 and thy cities shall not return
36. 4 to the desolate wastes, and to the cities
36. io the cities shall be inhabited, and the
36. 33 will also cause (you) to dwell in the cities
36. 35 ruined cities (are become) fenced, and
36. 38 so shall the waste cities be filled with
39. 9 they that dwell in the cities of Israel
Dan. ii. 15 king, .shall . .take the most fenced cities
Hos. 8. 14 and Judah hath multiplied fenced cities
8. 14 but I will send a fire upon his cities
ii. 6 the sword shall abide on his cities, and
13. io where (is any other), .in all thy cities?
Amos 4. 6 have given you cleanness, .inallyourcities
4. 8 So two (or) three cities wandered unto one
9. 14 and they shall build the waste cities
Obad. 20 the captivity, .shall possess the cities
Mic. 7. 12 he shall come, .(froni) the fortified cities
Zeph. i. 16 A day of alarm against the fenced cities
3. 6 their cities are destroyed, so that there
Zech. i. 12 on Jerusalem and on the cities of Judah
i. 17 My cities through prosperity shall yet be
7. 7 and the cities thereof round about her
8. 20 and the inhabitants of many cities
2.A city (of busy concourse), enclosed place, ij; ar.
Psa. 9. 6 and thou hast destroyed cities
Isa. 14. 21 fill the face of the world with cities
Mic. 5. ii And I will cut off the cities of thy land
5. 14 so will I destroy thy cities
3. A city (with walls), rr-ip qiryah.
Ezra 4. io brought over, and set in the cities of Sam.
i.A gate, (those assembling at it), IJfi? shaar.
1 Ki. 8. 37 besiege them in the land of their cities
2 Ch. 6. 28 if their enemies besiege them in the cities
5. City (walled), tr6\is polis.
Matt. 9. 35 Jesus went about all the cities and
10. 23 Ye shall not have gone over the cities
11. i departed thence, to teach, .in their cities
ii. 20 Then began he to upbraid the cities where.
14. 13 followed him on foot out of the cities
Mark 6. 33 ran afoot thither out of all cities, and
6. 56 into villages, or cities, or country, they
Luke 4. 43 I must preach . .to other cities also
13. 22 he went through the cities and villages
19. 17 have thou authority over ten cities
19. 19 Be thou also over five cities
Acts 5. 16 came also a multitude (out) of the cities
8. 40 he preached in all the cities till he came
14. 6 fled unto Lystra and Derbe, cities of
16. 4 they went through the cities they
26. ii persecuted (them) even unto strange cities
2 Pe. 2. 6 turning the cities of Sodom and Gomorrha
Jude 7 cities about them, in like manner giving
Rev. 16. 19 and the cities of the nations fell
CITIES, separate
Separate places, niVjap mibdaloth.
JosLi6. 9 And the separate cities for the children
CITIZEN
Citizen, woA.iT7jy polites.
Luke 15. 15 he went and joined himself to a citizen
19. 14 his citizens hated him, and i_;ut a message
Acts 21. 39 a Jew of Tarsus, .a citizen of no mean c.
CITIZEN, fellow
Joint citizen, ffvfj.iro\iTijs sumpolites.
Eph. 2. 19 but fellow citizens with the saints
CITY
I.A city (of busy concourse), enclosed place, Ty ir.
Gen. 4. 17 he builded a city, .the name of the city
io. 1 1 builded .Nineveh, and the city Rehoboth
10. 12 between Nineveh, .the same (is) a great c.
n. 4 Go to, let us build us a city, and a tower
11. 5 the LORD came down to see the city
ii. 8 and they left oft to build the city
1 8. 24 Peradventure there be fifty, .within the c.
18. 26 If I find in Sodom fifty, .within the city
18. 28 wilt thou destroy all the city for (lack of)
19. 4 the men of the city . . compassed the house
19. 12 and whatsoever thou hast in the city
19. 14 for the LORD will destroy this city
19. 15 be consumed in the iniquity of the city
19. 16 they brought him. .without the city
19. 20 now, this city (is) near to flee unto
19. 21 I will not overthrow this city, for the
19. 22 the name of the city was called Zoar
23. io, 18 that went in at the gate of his city
24. io and went, .unto the city of Nahor
24. ii to kneel down without the city by a well
24. 13 the daughters of the men of the city come
26. 33 therefore the name of the city (is) Beer-sh.
28. 19 but the name of that city (was called) Luz
33. 18 Jacob came to Shalem a city of Shecheru
33. 18 and pitched his tent before the city
34. 20 his son came unto the gate of their city
34. 20 and communed with the men of their city
34. 24, 24 that went out of the gate of his city
34. 25 came upon the city boldly, and slew all
34. 27 spoiled the city, because they had defiled
34. 28 that which (was) in the city, and that
36. 32 and the name of his city (was) Diuhabah
36. 35 and the name of his city (was) Avith
36. 39 and the name of his city (was) Pau
41. 48 field, which (was) round about every city
44 . 4 when they were gone out of the city, (and)
44. 13 laded every man. .and returned to the c.
Exod. 9. 29 As soon as I am gone out of the city, I
9. 33 Moses went out of the city from Pharaoh
Lev. 14. 40 they shall cast them . . without the city
14. 41 shall pour out the dust, .without the city
14. 45 he shall carry (them) forth out of the city
14. 53 let go the living bird out of the city
25. 29 sell a dwelling house in a walled city
25. 30 the house that (is) in the walled city shall
25. 33 the house thht was sold, and the city of
Num. 20. 16 a city in the uttermost of thy border
21. 26 Heshbon (was) the city of Sihon the king
21.27 le^ ^e city of Sihon be built and prepared
22. 36 he went out to meet him unto a city of
24. 19 destroy him that remaineth of the city
35. 4 from the wall of the city and outward
35. 5 measure from without the city on the east
35. 5 and the city (shall be) in the midst
35. 25 congregation shall restore him to the city
35. 26 without the border of the city of his
35. 27 without the borders of the city of his
35. 28 he should have remained in the city of
35. 32 for him that is fled to the city of his
Deut. 2. 34 the little ones, of every city, we left none
2. 36 (from) the city that (is) by the river, even
3. 6 utterly destroying the men . . of every city
13. 13 withdrawn the inhabitants of their city
13. 15 smite the inhabitants of that city with
13. 1 6 shalt burn with fire the city, and all the
19. 12 Then the elders of his city shall send
20. io When thou comest nigh unto a city to
20. 14 cattle, and all that is in the city, (even)
20. 19 When thou shalt besiege a city a long time
20. 20 shalt build bulwarks against the city
3 the city (which is) next unto the si -in
3 even the elders of that city shall ta.
4 the elders of that city shall bring do 1
. 6 all the elders of that city . . shall wa<-
- . 19 bring him out unto the eiders o* , city
21. 20 they shall say unto the eldp~, *ii his city
21. 21 all the men of his city sh<ul stone him
22. 15 bring, .(tokens), .unto the elders of the c.
22. 17 spread, .before the elders of the city
22. 18 the elders of that city shall take that
22. 21 the men of her city shall stone her with
22. 23 and a man find her in the city, and lie
22. 24 bring, .both, .unto the gate of that city
22. 24 because she cried not, (being) in the city
28. 3 Blessed (shalt) thou (be) in the city, and
28. 16 Cursed (shalt) thou (be) in the city, and
34. 3 Jericho, the city of palm trees, unto Zoar
Josh. 3. 16 upon an heap, .far from the city Adam
6. 3 ye shall compass the city, all (ye) men cf
6. 3 (and) go round about the city once
6. 4 the seventh day ye shall compa?<j the city
6. 5 the wall of the city shall fall down flat
6. 7 Pass on, and compass the city, and let
6. 1 1 the ark of the LORD compassed the city
6. 14 the second day they compassed the city
6. 15 compassed thecity after the same manner
6. 15 on that day they compassed the city seven
6. 16 for the LORD hath given you the city
6. 17 the city shall be accursed, (even) it, and
6. 20 went up into the city . .and. .took the c.
CITY 169 CITY
Josh. 6. 21 they utterly destroyed all. .in the city
6. 24 they burned the city with flre, and all
6. 26 that riseth up and build eth this city
8. i and his people, and his city, and his land
8. 2 lay thee an ambush for the city behind it
8. 4 against the city, (even) behind the city
8. 4 go not very far from the city, but be ye
8. s the people . . will approach unto the city
8. 6 till we have drawn them from the city
8. 7 Then ye shall . . seize upon the city
8. 8 taken the city, (that) ye shall set the city
8. ii came before the city, and pitched on the
8. 12 set them, .on the west side of the city
8. 13 all the host, .on the north of the city
8. 13 liers in wait on the west of the city
8. 14 the men of the city went out against Isr
8. 14 that (there were) liers. .behind the city
8. 16 and were drawn away from the city
5. 17 they left the city open, and pursued after
8. 1 8 that (he had) in his hand toward the city
8. 19 they entered into the city, and took it
8. 19 and hasted and set the city on fire
8. 20 the smoke of the city ascended up to
8. 21 saw that the ambush had taken the city
8. 21 that the smoke of the city ascended, then
8. 22 the other issued out of the city against
8. 27 Only the cattle, and the spoil of that city
8. 29 and cast it at the entering of the . . city
10. 2 they feared. .Gibepn (was) a great city
11. 19 There was not a city that made peace
13. 9, 16 the city that (is) in the midst of the
15. 62 Nibshan, and the e. of Salt, and En-gedi
18. 14 which (is) Kirjath-jearim, a city of the
19. 29 the coast turneth . . to the strong city Tyre
19. 50 they gave him the city which he asked
19. 50 and he built the city, and dwelt therein
20. 4 gate of the city, .the elders of that city
30. 4 they shall take him into the city unto them
20. 6 And he shall dwell in that city, until lie
20. 6 come unto his own city, .unto the city
21. 13. 21, 27, 32, 38 a city of refuge for the sla.
Judg. i. 8 and smitten it. .and set the city on
i. 16 the children, .went up out of the city of
1.17 the name of the city was called Hormah
i. 23 now the name of the city before (was) Luz
i. 24 spies saw a man come forth out of the c.
i. 24 Show us. .the entrance into the city, and
i. 25 when he showed them . . into the city, they
i. 25 smote the city with the edge of the sword
1. 26 built a city, and called the name. . Luz
3. 13 and possessed the city of palm trees
6. 27 because he feared . . the men of the city
6. 28 when the men of the city arose early in
6. 30 Then the men of the city said unto Joash
8. 16 he took the elders of the city, and thorns
8. 17 he beat down . .and slew the men of the c.
8. 27 and put it in his city, (even) in Ophrah
9. 30 when Zebul the ruler of the city heard
9. 31 and, behold, they fortify the city against
g. 33 thou shalt rise early, and set upon the city
9. 35, 44 and stood in the entering, .of the city
9. 43 the people (were) come forth out of the c.
9. 45 Abimelech fought against the city all that
9. 45 he took the city, .and beat down the city
9. 51 there was a strong tower within the city
9. 51 men and women, and all they of the city
14. 18 And the men of the city said unto him on
16. 2 laid wait for him all night in. .the city
16. 3 and took the doors of the gate of the city
17. 8 the man departed out of the city from
18. 27 they smote them . . and burnt the city with
18. 28 And they built a city, and dwelt therein
18. 29 And they called the name of the city Dan
1 8. 29 howbeit the name of the city (was) Laish
19. ii let us turn in into this city of the Jebu.
19. 12 We will not turn aside hither into the c.
-g. 15 he sat him down in a street of the city
39. 17 a wayfaring man in the street of the city
29. 22 the men of the city., beset the house round
20. ii So all the men. .gathered against the city
20. 31 were drawn away from the city ; and they
20. 32 draw them from the city unto the highw.
20. 37 smote all the city with the edge of the s.
20. 38 a great flame . . to rise up out of the city
20. 40 flame began to arise up out of the city
20. 40 flame of the city ascended up to heaven
20. 48 as well the men of (every) city, as the b.
Ruth i. 19 that all the city was moved about them
2. 1 8 she took (it) up, and went into the city
3. 15 laid (it) on her : and she went into the c.
4. 2 he took ten men of the elders of the city
i Sa. i. 3 this man went up out of his city yearly
4. 13 And when the man came into the city
4. 13 and told (it), all the city cried out
5. 9 the hand of the LORD was against the c.
5. 9 and he smote the men of the city, both
5. ii was. .destruction throughout all the city
5. 12 and the cry of the city went up to heaven
8.22 Samuel said . . Go ye every man unto his c.
9. 6 Behold now, (there is) in this city a man
9. 10 they went unto the city where the man
9. ii as they went up the hill to the city, they
9. 12 haste now, for he came to day to the city
9. 13 As soon as ye be come into the city, ye
9. 14 And they went up into the city
9. 14 (and) when they were come into the city
9. 25 when they were come down . . into the city
9. 27 were going down to the end of the city
10. 5 when thou art come thither to the city
15. 5 Saul came to a city of Amalek, and laid
20. 6 that he might run to Beth-lehem his city
20. 29 our family hath a sacrifice in the city
1 Sa. 20. 40 said unto him, Go, carry (them) to the c.
20. 42 he arose, .and Jonathan went into the c.
22. 19 And Nob, the city of the priests, smote he
23. 10 that Saul seeketh. .to destroy the city for
27. 5 should thy servant dwell in the royal city
28. 3 buried him in Ramah, even in his own c.
30. 3 So David and his men came to the city
2 Sa. 5. 7 of Zion : the same (is) the city of David
5. 9 the fort, and called it, The city of David
6. 10 would not remove the ark. .into the city
6. 1 2 David . . brought up the ark . . into the city
6. 16 as the ark of the LORD came into the city
10. 3 to search the city, and to spy it out, and
10. 14 then fled they, .and entered into the city
11. 1 6 came to pass, when Joab observed the c.
ii. 17 the men of the city went out and fought
ii. 20 approached ye so uigh unto the city when
11. 25 thy battle more strong against the city
12. i were two men in one city ; the one rich
12. 26 And Joab fought, .and took the royal city
12. 27 I have fought, .and have taken the city
12. 28 encamp against the city.. take the city
12. 30 he brought forth the spoil of the city in
15. 2 then Absalom, .said, Of what city (art)
15. 12 Absalom sent for Ahithophel. .from his c.
15. 14 smite the city with the edge of the sword
15. 24 people had done passing out of the city
15. 25 Carry back the ark of God into the city
15. 27 return into the city in peace, and your
15. 34 But if thou return to the city, and say
15. 37 Hushai, David s friend, came into the city
17. 13 Moreover if he be gotten into a city, then
17. 13 shall all Israel bring ropes to that city
17. 17 might not be seen to come into the city
17. 23 and gat him home to his house, to his city
1 8. 3 that thou succour us out of the city
19. 3 And the people gat them, .into the city
19. 37 that I may die in mine own city, (and be
20. 15 they cast up a bank against the city, and
20. 16 Then cried a wise woman out of the city
20. 19 thou seekest to destroy a city and a mother
20. 21 deliver him. .1 will depart from the city
20. 22 they retired from the city, every man to
24. 5 on the right side of the city that (lieth)
i Ki. 2. 10 and was buried in the city of David
3. i brought her into the city of David, until
8. i that they might bring up . . out of the city
8. 16 I chose no city out of all the tribes of
8. 44 shall pray unto the LORD toward the city
8. 48 the city which thou hast chosen, and the
9. 16 the Canaanites that dwelt in the city
9. 24 Pharoah s daughter came up out of the c.
ii. 27 repaired the breaches of the city of David
ii. 32 the city which I have chosen out of all
ii. 36 the city which I have chosen me to put
ii. 43 was buried in the city of David his father
13. 25 they came and told (it) in the city where
13. 29 the old prophet came to the city, to mourn
11 Him that dieth of Jeroboam in the city
12 when thy feet enter into the city, the ch.
21 the city which the LORD did choose put
31 was buried with his fathers in the city
8 and they buried him in the city of David
15. 24 was buried with his fathers in the city
1 6. 4 Him that dieth of Baasha in the city shall
16. 18 when Zimri saw that the city was taken
16. 24 called the name of the city which he built
17. 10 when he came to the gate of the city,
20. 2 he sent messengers to Ahab. .into the c.
20. 12 set (themselves in array) against the city
20. 19 So these young men . . came out of the city
20. 30 But the rest fled to Aphek, into the city
20. 30 Ben-hadad fled, and came into the city
21. 8 unto the elders, .that (were) in his city
21. ii the men of his city, .in Iris city did as
21. 13 they carried him forth out of the city
21. 24 Him that dieth of Ahab in the city the
22. 26 carry him . . unto . . governor of the city
22. 36 Every man to his city, and every man to
22. 50 was buried with his fathers in the city
: Ki. 2. 19 the men of the city said unto Elisha
?. 19 the situation of this city (is) pleasant, as
2. 23 came, .little children out of the city
3. 19 every fenced city, and every choice city
6. 14 they came by night, and compassed the c.
6. 15 an host compassed the city both with
6. 19 not the way, neither (is) this the city
7. 4 If we say, We will enter into the city
7. 4 then the famine (is) in the city, and we
7. 10 they, .called unto the porter of the city
7. 12 When they come out of the city
7. 12 we shall catch them . . and get into the city
8. 24 was buried with his fathers in the city
9. 15 let none go forth, .out of the city to go
9. 28 buried him in his sepulchre . . in the city
10. 2 (there are) with you . . a fenced city also
10. 5 he that (was) over the city, the elders also
10. 6 with the great men of the city, which
10. 25 went to the city of the house of Baal
11. 20 the people, .rejoiced, and the city was in
12. 21 buried him with his fathers in the city
14. 20 he was buried, .in the city of David
15. 7, 38 buried him with his fathers in the city
16. 20 was buried with his fathers in the city
17. 9 tower of the watchmen to the fenced city
1 8. 8 tower of the watchmen to the fenced city
1 8. 30 this city shall not be delivered int the
19. 13 the king of the city of Sepharvaim, of H.
19. 32 He shall not come into this city, nor shoot
19. 33 shall not come into this city, saith the
19. 34 I will defend this city, to save it, for
20. 6 I will deliver thee and this city out of
2 Ki. 20. 6 I will defend this city for mine o .vn sake
20. 20 and brought water into the city
23. 8 gate of Joshua the governor of the city
23. 8 on a man s left hand at the gate of the c.
23. 17 the men of the city told him, (It is) the
23. 27 cast off this city, .which I have chosen
24. 10 servants, .came up., the city was besieged
24. ii Nebuchadnezzar, .came against the city
25. 2 the city was besieged unto the eleventh
25. 3 the famine prevailed in the city, and there
25. 4 the city was broken up, and all the men
25. 4 now the Chaldees (were) against the city
25. ii the people (that were) left in the city, and
25. 19 out of the city he took an officer that
25. iq live men. .which were found in the city
2 . 19 the people .. (that were) found in the city
1 Ch. . 43 and the name of his city (was) Dinhabah
46 and the name of his city (was) Avith
50 and the name of his city C\vas) Pai
5 castle of Zion, which (is) the city of David
7 therefore they called it the city of David
8 he built the city round about, even from
1 3. 13 David brought not the ark . . to the city of
15. i (David) made him houses in the city of
15. 29 the ark of the covenant, .came to the city
19. 9 battle in array before the gate of the city
io 15 they likewise fled, .and entered, .the city
20. 2 he brought, .much spoil out of the city
2 Ch. 5. 2 to bring up the ark . . out of the city of
6. 5 I chcse no city among all the tribes of
6. 34 they pray unto thee toward this city
6. 38 (toward) the city which thou hast chosen
8. ii Solomon brought up. .out of the city of
9. 31 he was buried in the city of David his
11. 23 all his children, .unto every fenced city
12. 13 the city which the LORD had chosen out
12. 16 and was buried in the city of David
14. i and they buried him in the city of David
16. 14 which he had made for himself in the city
1 8. 25 carry him back to. .governor of the city
19. 5 he set judges in the land, .city by city
21. i was buried with his fathers in the city of
21. 20 they buried him in the city of David, but
23. 21 all the people, .rejoiced : and the city was
24. 16, 25 they buried him in the city of David
25. 28 buried him with his fathers in the city
27. 9 and they buried him in the city of David
28. 15 the city of palm trees, to their brethren
28. 27 buried him in the city, (even)in Jerusalem
29. 20 gathered the rulers of the city, and went
30. io So the posts passed from city to city
32. 3 fountains which (were) without the city
32. 5 repaired Millo (in) the city of David, and
32. 6 in the street of the gate of the city
32. 18 that they might take the city
32. 30 brought it straight down to. .the city
33. 14 after, .he built a wall without the city
33. 15 took away . .and cast (them) out of the c.
34. 8 and Maaseiah the governor of thecity.aud
"2. i and came again .. every one unto his city
10. 14 with them the elders of every city, and
2. 3 when the city . . (lieth) waste, and the gates
2. 5 unto the city of my fathers sepulchres
2 8 for the wall of the city, and for the house
3. 15 the stairs that go down from the city of
7. 4 the city (was) large and great ; but the
7 6 and came again, .every one unto his city
11. i to dwell in Jerusalem the holy city
ir. 9 and Judah. .(was) second over the city
1 1. 18 All the Levites in the holy city (were) two
12. 37 they went up by the stairs of the city
13. 18 did not our God bring all. .upon this city ?
Esth. 3. 15 but the cityShushan was perplexed
4. i went out into the midst of the city, and
4. 6 Hatach went, .unto the street of the city
6. 9 bring him . . through the street of the city
6. ii brought him . .through the street of. .city
8. ii granted the Jews which (were) in every c.
8. 15 the city of Shushan rejoiced and was glad
8. 17 And in every province, and in every city
9 28 every familj, every province, .every city
Job 24. 12 Men groan from out of the city, and the
Psa. 31. 21 showed me . .kindness in a strong city
46. 4 the streams . . make glad the city of God
48. i greatly to be praised in the city of our
48. 8 so have we seen in the city . .the city of
55. o for I have seen violence . . in the city
59. 6, 14 make a noise, .go round about the city
60. 9 Who will bring me (into) the strong city?
72. 16 (they) of the city shall flourish like grass
87. ? Glorious things are spoken of thee, O city
101. 8 cut off all wicked doers from the city
107. 4 they found no city to dwell in
107. 7 that they might go to a city of habitation
107. 36 that they may prepare a city for habita.
108. io Who will bring me into the strong city ?
122. 3 Jerusalem is builded as a city that is
127. i except the LORD keep the city, the watch.
Prov. i. 21 in the city she uttereth her words, (saying)
16. 32 he that ruleth. .he that taketh a city
21. 22 A wise (man} scaleth the city of the mighty
25. 28 He. .(is like) a city (that is) broken down
Eccl. 7. 19 ten mighty (men) which are in the city
8. io they were forgotten in the city where they
9. 14 (There was) a little city, and few. .within
9. 15 and he by his wisdom delivered the city
io. 15 he knoweth not how to go to the city
Song 3. 2 I will rise now, and go about the city in
3. 3 The watchmen that go about the city
5. 7 The watchmen that went about the city
Tsa. i. 8 as a lodge in a garden., as a besieged city
i. 26 shalt be called, The city of righteousness
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CITY 170 CITY
Isa. 14. 31 Howl, O gate ; cry, city ; thou, whole P.
17. i Damascus is taken away from (being) a c.
19. 2 city against city, (and) kingdom against
19. 18 one shall be called, The city of destruction
2. 2 that art full of stirs, a tumultuous city
12. 9 have seen also the breaches of the city
23. 16 Take an harp, go about the city, thou h.
24. 12 In the city is left desolation, and the gate
25. 2 thou hast made, .(of) a de fenced city a
25. 2 a palace of strangers to be no city ; it
26. i We have a strong city ; salvation will(G.)
27. 10 Vet the defeuced city (shall be) desolate
32. 14 the multitude of the city shall be left
32. 19 and the city shall be low in a low place
36. 15 this city shall not be delivered into the
37. 13 the king of the city of Sepharvaim, Hena
37. 33 He shall not come into this city, nor
37. 34 shall not come into this city, saith the
37. 35 I will defend this city to save it, for
38. 6 I will deliver thee and this city out of
38. 6 and I will defend this city
45. 13 he shall build my city, and he shall let
48. 2 For they call themselves of the holy city
52. i put on., garments, O Jerusalem, theholyc.
60. 14 they shall call thee, The city of the LORD
62. 12 thou shalt be called, Sought ont, A city
66. 6 A voice of noise from the city, a voice
Jor. i . 1 8 I have made thee this day a defenced city
3 14 I will take you one of a city, and two of
4. 29 The whole city shall flee for the noise
4. 29 every city (shall be) forsaken, and not a
6. 6 this (is) the city to be visited ; she (is)
8. 1 6 the city, and those that dwell therein
14 18 if I enter into the city, then behold them
15. 8 caused, .to fall, .terrors upon the city
17. 24 no burden through the gates of this city
17 25 shall.. enter into the gates of this city
17 25 and this city shall remain for ever
19. 8 I will make this city desolate, and an
19. ii so will I break this people, and this city
19. 12 and (even) make this city as Tophet
19. 15 upon this city and upon all her towns
20. 5 I will deliver, .the strength of this city
21. 4 and I will assemble them into, .this city
21. 6 will smite the inhabitants of this city
21. 7 and (such as are) left in this city from the
21. 9 He that abideth in this city shall die
21. 10 I have set my face against this city
22 8 many nations shall pass by this city, and
22. 8 hath the LORD done thus unto this, .city .
23 39 the city that I gave you and your fathers
25. 29 I begin to bring evil on the city which
26. 6 will make this city a curse to all the
26. 9 this city shall be desolate without an
26. 1 1 he hath prophesied against this city, as
26 1 2 sent me to prophesy . . against this city
2*3 15 bring innocent blood, .upon this city
26 20 who prophesied against this city and
27. 17 wherefore should this city be laid waste?
27. 19 the residue, .that remain in this city
29. 7 seek the peace of the city whither I have
29. 16 all the people that dwelleth in this city
30 18 the city shall be builded upon her own
31. 38 the city shall be built to the LORD, from
32. 3 I will give this city into the hand of
32. 24 they are come unto the city to take it
32 24. 25 the city is given into the hand of the
32. 28 I will give this city into the hand of
32 29 Chaldeans, that fight against this city
32. 29 Chaldeans.. shall.. set fire on this city
32. 31 this city hath been to me (as) a provoca.
32. 36 concerning this city, whereof ye say, It
33. 4 concerning the houses of this city, and
33. 5 I have hid my face from this city
34. 2 I will give this city into the hand of
34 22 and cause them to return to this city
37. 8 fight against this city, and take it, and
37. 10 (yet) should they rise . . and burn this city
37 21 until all the bread in the city were spent
38. 2 He that remaineth in this city shall die
38. 3 This city shall surely be given into Hie
38 4 hands of. .men . .that remain in this city
38- 9 for (there is) no more bread in the city
38 17 this city shall not be burnt with fire
38. 18 then shall this city be given into the
38. 23 thou shalt cause this city to be burnt
39. 2 the ninth (day), .the city was broken up
39- 4 went forth out of the city by night, by
39. 9 the people that remained in the city, and
39. 16 I will bring my words upon this city for
41. 7 when they came into the midst of the c.
46. 3 I will destroy the city and the inhabitants
47. 2 the city, and them that dwell therein
48- 8 the spoiler shall come upon every city
49. 25 How is . .not left, the city of my joy
51. 31 to show the king of Babylon that his city
52. 5 So the city was besieged unto the eleventh
52. 6 the famine was sore in the city, so that
52. 7 Then the city was broken up. and all the
52. 7 went forth out of the city by night, by
52. 7 now the Chaldeans (were) by the city
52. 15 residue of . .people, .remained in the city
52. 25 He took also out of the city an eunuch
52. 25 seven men . . which were found in the city
52. 25 (that were) found in the midst of the c.
Lam. i. i How doth the city sit solitary (that was)
1. 19 mine elders <jave up the ghost in the city
2. 12 as the wounded in the streets of the city
a, 15 (Is) this the city that (men) call the Perf.
3. 51 because of all the daughters of my city
Exe. 4. i pourtray upon it the city, (even)
t,. 3 (for) a wall . . between thee and the city
Eze. 5. 2 a third part in the midst of the city
7. 15 he that (is) in the city, famine, .shall
7. 23 and the city is full of violence
9. i Cause them that have charge over the c.
9. 4 LORD said. .Go through the midst of. .c.
9. 5 Go ye after him through the city, and
9. 7 And they went forth, and slew in the city
9. 9 the land is full of blood, and the city full
10. 2 fill thine hand . . scatter (them) over, .city
11. 2 and give wicked counsel in this city
ii. 6 have multiplied your slain in this city
ii. 23 glory, .went up from the midst of the city
ii. 23 which (is) on the east side of the city
17. 4 he set it in a city of merchants
21. 19 choose (it)atthe head of the way to .. city
22. 2 wilt thou judge the bloody city ? yea, thou
22. 3 The city sheddeth blood in the midst of
24. 6, 9 saith the LORD . . Woe to. .bloody city!
26. 10 as men enter into a city wherein is made
26. 17 the renowned city, which wast strong in
26. 19 When I shall make thee a desolate city
33. 21 (that) one . . came . . saying, The city is sin.
39. 16 the name of the city (shall be) Hamonah
40. i the fourteenth year after that the city
40. 2 which (was) as the frame of a city on the
43. 3 I saw when I came to destroy the city
45. 6 shall appoint the possession of the city
45. 7 and of the possession of the city, before the
45. 7 before the possession of the city, from
48. 15 shall be a profane (place) for the city, for
48. 15 the city shall be in the midst thereof
48. 17 the suburbs of the city shall be toward
48. 18 for food unto them that serve the city
48. 19 they that serve the city shall serve it
48. 20 offer, .with the possession of the city
48. 21 of the possession of the city, over against
48. 22 from the possession of the city, (being) in
48. 30 these (are) the goings out of the city on
48. 31 the gates of the city (shall be) after the
48. 35 the name of the city. .The LORD (is) there
Dan. 9. 16 let thine anger, .be turned . .from thy city
9. 18 and the city which is called by thy name
9. 19 for thy city and thy people are called
9. 24 upon thy people, and upon thy holy city
9. 26 the people . .shall destroy the city and
Hos. ii. 9 and I will not enter into the city
Joel 2. 9 They shall run to and fro in the city ; they
Amos 3. 6 Shall a trumpet be blown in the city, and
3. 6 shall there be evil in a city, and the LORD
4. 7 I caused it to rain upon one city
4. 7 caused it not to rain upon another city
5. 3 The city that went out (by) a thousand
6. 8 will I deliver up the city, with all that
7. 17 Thy wife shall be an harlot in the city
Jon. i. 2 Arise, go to Nineveh, that great city, and
3. 2 Arise, go unto Nineveh, that great city
3. 3 Now Nineveh was an exceeding great city
3. 4 Jonah began to enter into the city a day s
4. 5 So Jonah went out of the city
4. 5 and sat on the east side of the city
4 5 might see what would become of the city
4 ii And should not I spare, .that great city
Mic. 6. 9 The LORD S voice crieth unto the city, and
Nah. 3 . i Woe to the bloody city 1 it (is) all full
Zeph. 2. 15 This (is) the rejoicing city that dwelt
3. i Woe to her. .to the oppressing city !
Zech. 8 3 Jerusalem shall be called, A city of truth
8. 5 the streets of the city shall be full of
14. 2 the city shall be taken, and the houses
14. 2 and half of the city shall go forth into
14. 2 people shall not be cut off from the city
2.A city (with walls], n;-jj? qiryah.
N um 21 28 there is. .a flame from the city of Sihon
Deut. 2. 36 there was not one city too strong for us
3. 4 there was not a city which we took not
i Ki. i. 41 Wherefore (is this) noise of the city being
i. 45 are come up . rejoicing, so that the city-
Job 39. 7 He scorneth the multitude of the city
Psa. 48. 2 (on) the sides of the north, the city of the
Prov. io. 15 The rich man s wealth (is) his strong city
ii. 10 When it goeth well, .the city rejoiceth
18. ii The rich man s wealth (is) his strong city
18. 19 (is harder to be won) than a strong city
29. 8 Scornful men bring a city into a snare
Isa. i. 21 How is the faithful city become an harlot !
1. 26 thou shalt be called. .The faithful city
22. 2 Thou that art full of stirs. . joyous city
24. io The city of confusion is broken down
25. 2 For thou hast made of a city an heap ; (of)
25. 3 the city of the terrible nations shall fear
26. 5 the lofty city, he layeth it low ; he layeth
29. i Woe to Ariel .the city (where) David
32. 13 upon all the houses, .(in) the joyous city
33 20 Look upon Zion, the city of our solemni.
Jer 49. 25 How is the city of praise not left, the
Lam. 2. ii sucklings swoon in the streets of the city
Hos. 6. 8 Gilead (is) a city of them that work ini.
Mic. 4. io now shalt thou go forth out of the city
Hab. 2. 8, 17 of the city, and of all that dwell therein
2. 12 Woe to him that . . stablisheth a city by
S.A city (with, walls), xnp qirya.
Ezra 4. 12 building the rebellious and the bad city
4. 13 if this city be builded, and the walls set
4. 15 know, that this city (is) a rebellious city
4. 15 for which cause was this city destroyed
4. 16 if this city be builded (again), and the w.
4. 19 it is found that this city, .hath made ins.
4. 21 that this city be not builded, until (ano.)
LA city (with walls), rnj3 qereth.
Job 29. 7 I went out to the gate through the cicy
Prov. 8. 3 She crieth at the gates, .of the city, at
9. 3 crieth upon the highest places of ;he city
9. 14 on a seat in the high places of the city
11. ii By the blessing of the upright the city
5.A gate, the people assembling there, tyy shaar.
Ruth 3. 1 1 for all the city of my people doth know
6.A city (with walls), itoKis polls.
Matt. 2. 23 he came and dwelt in a city called Naz.
4. 5 the devil taketh him . .into the holy city
5. 14 A city that is set on an hill cannot be
5. 35 for it is the city of the great King
8. 33 went their ways into the city, and told
8. 34 behold, the whole city came out to meet
9. i passed over, and came into his own city
io. 5 into (any) city of the Samaritans enter ye
io. ii into whatsoever city or town ye shall
io. 14 when ye depart out of that house or city
io. 15 be more tolerable .. than for that city
10. 23 when they persecute you in this city, flee
12. 25 every city, .divided against itself shall
21. io all the city was moved, saying, Who is
21. 17 he left them, and went out of the city
21. 18 Now. .as he returned into the city, he
22. 7 he sent forth, .and burned up their city
23. 34 and persecute (them) from city to city
26. 18 he said, Go into the city to such a man
27. 53 went into the holy city, and appeared
28. ii some of the watch came into the city, and
Mark i. 33 all the city was gathered together at
i. 45 Jesus could no more, .enter into the city
5. 14 told (it) in the city, and in the country
6. ii [be more tolerable .. than for that city]
11. 19 when even was come, he went out of . .c.
14. 13 and saith unto them. Go ye into the city
14. 1 6 his disciples, .came into the city, and
Luke i. 26 the angel, .was sent from God unto a city
1. 39 Mary arose, .and went, .into a city of J.
2. 3 all went . . every one into his own city
2. 4 Joseph also went up. .out of the city of
2. 4 unto the city of David, which is called
2. ii unto you is born this day, in the city of
2. 39 they returned into, .their own city Naz.
4. 29 rose up, and thrust him out of the city
4. 29 of the hill whereon their city was built
4. 31 came down to Capernaum, a city of G.
5. 12 when he was in a certain city, behold a
7. ii that he went into a city called Nain
7. 12 when he came nigh to the gate of the city
7. 12 and much people of the city was with
7. 37 a woman in the city, .brought an alaba.
8. 27 there met him out of the city a certain
8. 34 went and told (it) in the city and in the
8. 39 published throughout the whole city how
9. 5 when ye go out of that city, shake off the
9. io into a desert place belonging to the city
10. i before his face into every city and place
io. 8, io into whatsoever city ye enter, and
io. ii Even the very dust of your city, which
10. 12 be more tolerable, .than for that city
14. 21 Go out quickly into, .lanes of the city
18. 2 There was in a city a judge, which feared
18. 3 And there was a widow in that city ; and
19. 41 he beheld the city, and wept over it
22. io Behold, when ye are entered into the c.
23. 19 Who for a certain sedition . .in the city
23. 51 (he was) of Arimathea, a city of the Jews
24. 49 tarry ye in the city of Jerusalem, until ye
John i. 44 Philip was of Bethsaida, the city of A.
4. 5 Then cometh he to a city of Samaria
4. 8 his disciples were gone away unto the c.
4. 28 went her way into the city, and saith to
4. 30 they went out of the city, and came
4. 39 many of the Samaritans of t\at city
11. 54 but went thence, .into a city V led E.
19. 20 place where Jesus was. .nigh r> the city
Acts 7. 58 cast (him) out of the city, auds .iied (him)
8. 5 Philip went down to the f"
>f Samaria
8. 8 And there was great *_, .u tnat city
8. 9 which beforetime in the same city used
9 6 Arise, and go into the city, and it shall
10. 9 they went, .and drew nigh unto the city
11. 5 I was in the city of Joppa praying : and
12. io the iron gate that leadeth unto the city
13. 44 came almost the whole city together to
13 50 Jews stirred up . . chief men of the city
14. 4 But the multitude of the city was divided
14. 13 the priest of J., which was before their c.
14. 19 having stoned Paul, drew (him) out of. .c.
14. 20 he rose up, and came into the city
14. 21 they had preached the Gospel to that city
15. 36 Let us. .visit our brethren in every city
1 6. 12 which is the chief city of that part of
16. 12 we were in that city abiding certain days
16. 13 onthesabbathwe went outof the [city] by
16. 14 a certain woman named Lydia. .of the c.
16. 20 These men., do exceedingly trouble our c.
16. 39 and desired (them) to depart out of the c.
17 5 and set all the city on an uproar
17. 16 when he saw the city wholly given to
18. 10 for I have much people in this city
19. 29 the whole city was tilled with confusion
19. 35 how that the city of the Ephesians is a
21. 5 brought us. .till (we were) out of the city
21 29 they nad seen before with him in the city
21. 30 all the city was moved, and the people ran
21. 39 (which am) a Jew of Tarsus, (a city) in C.
21 39 a citizen of no mean city
22. 3 brought up in this city at the leet of
24. 12 neither in the synagogues, nor in the city
CITY 171 CLEAN
Acts 25. 23 with the. .principal men of the city
27. 8 nigh whereunto was the city (of) Lasea
Rom id. 23 the chamberlain of the city saluteth you
a Co. ii. 26 (in) perils in the city, (in) perils in the
ii. 32 the governor, .kept the city of the Dam.
Titus i. 5 ordain elders in every city, as I had
Hob. ii. 10 looked for a city which hath foundations
11. 16 for he hath prepared for them a city
12. 22 and unto the city of the living God, the
13. 14 For here have we no continuing city, but
Jas. 4. 13 To day . . we will go into such a city, and
Rev. 3. 12 the name of the city of my God, (which is)
ii. 2 the holy city shall they tread under foot
ii. 8 (shall lie) in the street of the great city
ii. 13 the tenth part of the city fell, and in
14. 8 Babylon is fallen . . that great [city], 14.20.
14. 28 wine press was trodden without the city
16. IQ And the great city was divided into three
17. 1 8 woman which thou sawest is that, .city
18. 10 alas, that great city . .that mighty city !
18. 16 alas, that great city, that was clothed in
18. 18 What (city is) like unto this great city !
1 8. 19 weeping, .saying, Alas, alas, that great c.
1 8. 21 with violence shall that great city Baby.
20. 9 compassed the camp . .and the beloved c.
21. 2 I John saw the holy city, new Jerusalem
21. 10 and showed me that great city, the holy
21, 14 wall of the city had twelve foundations
21. 15 had a golden reed to measure the city
21. 16 the city lieth foursquare, and the length
21 1 6 he measured the city with the reed, tw.
21. 1 8 the city (was) pure gold, like unto clear
21. i g the foundations of the wall of the city
21. 21 the street of the city (was) pure gold, as
21. 23 the city had no need of the sun, neither
22. 14 enter in through the gates into the city
22. 19 take away his part, .out of thu holy city
CITY of confusion, nrrnnp qiryath-tohu.
A symbolic name for Jerusalem.
Isa. 24. 10 The city of confusion is broken down
CITY of David, TH Yy ir David.
That part of Jerusalem built on Mount Zion.
2 Sa. 5. 7 Zion : the same (is) the city of D.
5. 9 dwelt in the fort. . called it The city of D.
6. 10 not remove the ark. .into the city of D.
r Ki. 2. to David, .was buried in the city of D.
8. i might bring, .ark. .out of the city of D.
9. 24 Pharaoh s daughter . . out of the city of D.
1 1 . 43 Solomon . . was buried in the city of D.
15. 8 and they buried him in the city of D.
2 Ki. 8. 24 buried with his fathers in the city of D.
r>. 21 buried him. .in the city of D.
1 Ch. ii. 7 therefore they called it the city of D.
13. 13 brought not the ark. .to the city of D.
15. i (David; made him houses in the city of D.
15. 29 the ark. .came to the city of D.
2Ch. 5. 2 to bring up the ark., out of the city of D.
8. ii out of the city of D. unto the house that
9, 31 Solomon, .was ouried in the city of D.
12. 16 Rehoboam. .was buried in the city of D.
14. i and they buried him in the city of D.
16. 14 And they buried him. .in the city of D.
21. i buried with his fathers in the city of D.
21. 20 howbeit they buried him in the city of D.
24. 16 Aud they buried him in the city of D.
24. 25 and they buried him in the city of D.
27. 9 and they buried him in the city of D.
32. 5 and repaired Millo (in) the city of D.
32. 30 brought it. .the west side of the city of D.
Neh. 3. 15 stairs that go down from the city of D.
12. 37 they went up by . .stairs of the city of D.
Isa. 22. 9 \
r
e have seen, .breaches of the city of D.
CITY of destruction, D"]r\n Yy city of the sun.
A prophetic name given to one of the five cities of
Egypt inhabited by Israelites.
Isa. 19. 18 one shall be called, The city of destruction
CITY, fenced
Fenced, fortified place, iTjraa metsurah.
2 Ch. ii. 10 which (are) in Judah . .fenced cities
11. 23 and dispersed, .unto every fenced city
12. 4 he took the fenced cities which (pertained)
14. 6 he built fenced cities in Judah : for the
21. 3 of precious things, with fenced cities in
CITY, golden
Gulden one, n^rn? madhebah.
Isa. 14. 4 hath the oppressor ceased ! the golden city
CITY of palm trees
A name sometimes given to Jericho, C lapn Yy.
Deut 34. 3 Jericho, the city of palm trees, unto Zoar
Judg. 3. 13 smote Israel., possessed the city of palm t.
2 Ch.28. 15 brought them to Jericho, the city of palm t,
CITY, royal, nsS-pn Yy city of the kingdom.
Another name of Rabbah of the children of Ammon,
and apparently the same as the " City of Waters."
2 Sa. 12. 26 Joab fought, .and took the royal city
CITY, ruler of the
Chief of the cifii, iroXndpx ns politarches.
Acts 17. 6 drew Jason . .unto the rulers or the city
17. 8 they troubled . . the rulers of the city, when
CITY of salt, n^art Yy.
A city of Judah", near the Salt Sea.
Josh. 15. 62 And Nibshan, and the city or Salt, and
CITY, several
City and city, Yyj Yy ir vair.
3 Ch. ii. 12 in every several city (he put) shields and
28. 25 in every several city of Judah he made
31. 19 in every several city, the men that were
CITY of waters, D Jjn Yy ir ham-mayim.
The name given by Joab to part of Rabbah, the chief
city of the Ammonites.
2 Sa. 12. 27 I have fought . . and have taken the c.of w.
CLAD oneself, to
To cover oneself, .195 fcasah, 7.
1 Ki ii. 29 he had clad .himself with a new garment
CLAD, to be
To wrap oneself up, nay atah.
Isa. 59. 17 and was clad with zeal as a cloak
CLAMOROUS
To hum, make a noise, ncn hamah.
Prov. 9. 13 A foolish woman (is) clamorous ; (she is)
CLAMOUR
Cry, outcry, Kpavyh kra-agt.
Eph. 4,31 and anger, and ciaiDtvur, and evil speaking
CLAP, to
I. To smite (the) hands together, xna madia.
Psa. 98. 8 Let the floods clap (their) hands : let the
Isa. 55. 12 all the trees of the field shall clap (their)
2.7*0 smite (the) hands together, Nnc madia, 3.
Eze.25- 6 Because thou hast clapped (thine) hands
3. To (cause to) smite, roj nakah, 5.
2 Ki.n. 12 theyrlapped their hands,andsaid,Godsave
4. To clap (the hands) together, psc saphaq.
Job 34. 37 he clappeth (his hands) among us, and
Lam. 2. 15 All that pass by clap (their) hands at thee
5. To clap (the hand) together, psy saphaq.
Job 27. 23 (Men) shall clap their hands at him, and
6. To strike (the hands) together, ypiji taqa.
Psa. 47. i O clap your hands, all ye people ; shout
Nah. 3. 19 all that hear the bruit of thee shall clap
CLATJ -DA, K\avS-n-
A small island S. W. of Crete. Mela and Pliny call it
Gaudos, and Ptolemy calls it Klaudos. It is still
called Clauda-nesa or Guadonesi by the Greeks, which
the Italians have corrupted into Gozzo.
Acts 27. 16 a certain island which is called C,
CLAU-DI -A. K\avdia.
A female disciple at Rome, supposed to be a British
maiden and daughter of king Cogidubnus, who took
the name of his imperial patron Tiberius Claudius.
Her husband seems to have been Pederis, who is men
tioned in the same verse.
2 Ti. 4. 21 Eubulus greeteth thee. .and C., and all the
CLAU-DI -US, KXavdios.
1. The successor of Caligula as emperor, A.D. 41-54.
Acts ii. 28 which came to pass in the days of C.
18. 2 O. had commanded all Jews to depart
2. A Roman officer, chief captain in Jerusalem, A.D. 60.
Acts 23. 26 C. Lysias unto. .Felix (sendeth) greeting
CLAW
Cloven or parted hoof, ncns parsah.
Deut. 14. 6 and cleaveth the cleft into two claws, (and)
Zech.n. 16 but he shall, .tear their claws in pieces
CLAY
1. Clay, (from its red colour), mortar, ion chomer.
Job 4. 19 less (in) them that dwell in houses of clay
10. 9 that thou hast made me as the clay
13. 12 your bodies to bodies of clay
27. 16 Though he. .prepare raiment as the clay
33. 6 I also am formed out of the clay
38. 14 It is turned as clay (to) the seal ; and they
Isa. 29. 16 shall be esteemed as the potter s clay
45. 9 Shall the clay say to him that fashioneth
64. 8 we (are) the clay, and thou our potter
Jer. 18. 4 the vessel that he made of clay was marred
18. 6 as the clay (is) in the potter s hand, so (are)
2. Burnt clay of the potter, *]prr chasaph.
Dan. 2. 33 his feet part of iron and part of clay
2. 34 his feet (that were) of iron and clay, and
2. 35 Then was the iron, the clay, the brass, the
2. 41 part of potter s clay, and part of iron
2. 41, 43 sawest the iron mixed with miry clay
2. 42 the toes, .part of iron, and part of clay
2. 43 even as iron is not mixed with clay
2. 45 the iron, the brass, the clay, the silver
S.Mire, mud, B p tit.
Psa. 40. 2 He brought me up . . out of the miry clay
Isa. 41. 25 and as the potter treadeth clay
Nah. 3. 14 go into clay, and tread the mortar, make
4.Morlar, (from its softness), tths melet.
Jer. 43. 9 hide them in the clay in the brick kiln
5. Thick clayey place, nyo maabeh.
t Ki. 7. 46 in the clay ground between Succoth and
6. Thick clayey soil, ny ab.
2 Ch. 4. 17 in the clay ground between Succoth and
7. Clay, mortar, irrj\6s pelos.
John 9. 6 he spat on the ground, and made clay of
9. 6 and he anointed the eyes, .with the clay
9. 1 1 A man that is called Jesus made clay, and
9. 14 it was the sabbath. .Jesus made the clay
9. 15 He put clay upon mine eyes, and I washed
Rom. 9. 21 Hath not the potter power over the clay
CLAY, thick
Thick mire, heavy pledge, D tpsy abtit.
Hah. 2. 6 him that ladeth himself with thick clay !
CLEAN
1. Clean, empty, 13 bar.
Job ii. 4 My doctrine (is) pure, and I am clean in
Psa. 73. i (even) to such as are of a clean heart
Prov. 14. 4 Where no oxen (are), the crib (is) clean
2.Pure, pious, ~j, -j zak.
Job 33. 9 I am clean without transgression, I (am)
Prov. 16. 2 All the ways of a man (are) clean in
3. Leavened, pert chamits.
Isa. 30. 24 The oxen likewise, .shall eat clean prov.
4. To make bare, ^yn chasaph.
Joel i. 7 he hath made it clean bare, and cast (it)
5.Pure, clean, 11.19 tahor.
Gen. 7. 2 Of every clean beast thou shalt take to
7. 2 and of beasts that (are) not clean by two
7. 8 Of clean beasts and of beasts, .not clean
8. 20 every clean beast, and of every clean fowl
Lev. 4. 12 without the camp unto a clean place
6. ii carry forth the ashes, .unto a clean place
7. 19 as for the flesh, all that be clean shall
10. 10 and between unclean and clean
10. 14 heave shoulder. . eat in a clean place
11. 36 a fountain or pit. .shall be clean
11.37 And if (any part) . . fall . . it shall be clean
11. 47 between the unclean and the clean, and
13. 13 (if) the leprosy have covered. .he(is)clean
13. 17 (if) the plague be turned, .he (is) clean
13. 37 the scall is healed, he (is) clean
13. 39 it (is) a freckled spot, .he (is) clean
13. 40 he (is) bald ; (yet is) he clean
13. 41 he (is) forehead bald : (yet is) he clean
14. 4 take for him . . two birds alive (and) clean
14. 57 wheu (it is) unclean, and when (it is) cl.
15. 8 And if he . . spit upon him that is clean
20. 25 put difference between clean beasts and
20. 25 and between unclean fowls and clean
Num. 5. 28 if the woman be not defiled, but be clean
9. 13 the man that (is) clean, aud is not in a
18. ii, 13 every one that is clean in thy house
19. 9 a man (that is) clean shall gather up the
19. 9 lay (them) up without the camp in a clean
19. 1 8 a clean person shall take hyssop, and dip
19. 19 the clean (person)6hall sprinkle upon the
Deuti2. 15 the unclean aud the clean may eat thereof
12. 22 the unclean and the clean, shall eat (of)
14. ii (Of) all clean birds ye shall eat
14. 20 (But of) all clean fowls ye may eat
15. 22 the unclean and the clean (person shall)
23. 10 any man that is not clean, by reason of
1 Sa. 20. 26 he (is) not clean ; surely he (is) not clean
2 Ch.so. 17 passovers for. .one (that was) not clean
Job 14. 4 Who can bringa clean (thing) out of an un.
Psa. 19. 9 The fear of the LORD (is) clean, enduring
51. 10 Create in me a clean heart, O God ; and
Eccl. 9. 2 to the good and to the clean, and to the
Isa. 66. 20 bring an offering in a clean vessel into
Eze. 22. 26 between the unclean and the clean
36. 25 Then will I sprinkle clean water upon you
44. 23 discern between the unclean aud the cl.
6. Clean, via tah-or.
Job 17. 9 he that hath clean hands shall be stronger
7. To be or become dry, &3r yabesh.
Zech.n. 17 his arm shall be clean dried up, and his
8. Innocent, pj naqi.
Psa. 24. 4 He that hath clean hauds, and a pure h.
9. To break, "n parar.
Isa. 24. 19 the earth is clean dissolved, the earth is
lO.Clean, clear, xaOapos katharos.
Matt 23. ->6 that the outside of them may be clean
27 59 he wrapped it in a clean linen cloth
Lukeu. 41 and, behold, all things are clean unto you
John 13. 10 He that is washed, .is clean every whit
13. 10 aud ye are clean, but not all
13. ii therefore said he, Ye are not all clean
1 5 3 Now ye are clean through the word which
Acts 1 8. 6 (be; upon your own heads ; I (am) cleau
Rev 19 8 arrayed in fine linen, clean and white
19. 14 clothed iu fine linen, white and clean
\\.Actually, really, ovruis ontos.
2 Pe. 2. 18 those that were [clean] escaped from tnein
CLEAN, to be
I. To bepurified, Yis barar, 2.
Isa. 52. 1 1 be ye clean, that bear the vessels of the
2.To be or beeomepure, n:j zakah.
Job 15. 14 What (is) man, that he should be clean?
25. 4 how can he be clean (that is) born of a
3. To be pure, 3?J zakak.
Job 15. 15 the heavens are not clean iu his sight
4. To be clean, cleansed, in? taher.
Lev. 12. 8 atonement for her, and she shall be clean
13. 6, 34 he shall wash his clothes, and be clean
CLEAN 172 CLEAVE
Lev. 13. 58 it shall be washed, .an l shall be clean
14. 8 and wash himself, .that he may lie clean
14. 9 he shall wash, .and he shall be clean
14. 20 atonement for him, and he shall be clean
14. 53 for the house : and it shall be clean
15. 13 and wash his clothes, .and shall be clean
15. 28 and after that she shall be clean
17. 15 he shall both wash, .then shall he be clean
16. 30 (that) ye may be clean from all your sins
22. 4 he shall not eat . . until he he clean
22. 7 when the sun is down, he shall be clean
Num 19. 12 and on the seventh day he shall be clean
19 12 then theseventh day he shall not be clean
19. 19 and bathe himself . . mid bhall be clean
31. 23 ye shall make (it). . and it, shall be clean
31. 24 and ye shall be clean, and afterward
2 Kl. 5. 10 Go and wash . . and thou shalt be clean
c. 12 may I not wash in them, and be clean?
5. 13 when hesaith tothee.Wash, and be clean?
5. 14 his flesh came again . . and he was clean
Psa. 51. 7 Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean
Eze 36. 25 I springle clean water, .ye shall be clean
5. To become or he made dean, in^ taher, 1.
Gen. 35. 2 and be clean, and change your garments
6. To be made clean, KaOapiofi.c.i [katharizo].
Matt. 8. 3 touched him, saying, I will ; be thou clean
Mark i. 41 and saith unto him, I will ; be thou clean
Luke 5. 13 touched him, saying, I will : be thou clean
CLEAN gone, to be
To be ended, ceased, BEN aphes.
Psa. 77. 8 Is his mercy clean gone for ever?
CLEAN, to be made
I.To become clean, ~n? taker.
Jer. 13. 27 O Jerusalem . wilt thou not be made clean?
2. To be made pure, irrp taker, 7.
Lev. 14. ii present the man that is to be made clean
CLEAN, to make
1. To make pure, ."!j zakah, 3.
Prov.2o. 9 Who can say, I have made my heart clean
2. To show oneself pure, nrt zakah, 7.
Isa. i. 16 Wash you, make you clean ; put away the
3. To make pure, ^}zakak, 5.
Job 9. 30 and make my hands never so clean
4. To malce or declare clean, "inp taher, 3.
Lev. 14. ii the priest that maketh (him) clean shall
Num 8. 7 and (so) make themselves clean
6. To make clean, clear, KaBapifa katharizo.
Matt. 8. 2 if thou wilt, thou canst make me clean
23. 25 ye make clean the outside of the cup and
Mark i. 40 If thou wilt, thou canst make me crean
Luke 5. 12 if thou wilt, thou canst make me clean
ii. 39 Now do ye Pharisees make clean the out.
CLEAN passed, to be
To be complete, finished, ended, csj-f tamam.
Josh. 3. 17 the people were passed clean over Jordan
4. i when all the people were clean passed over
4. ii when all the people were clean passed over
CLEAN, to pronounce
To declare clean, nnp taher, 3.
Lev. 13. 6 the priest shall pronounce him clean
13. 13 he shall pronounce (him) clean (that hath)
13- 1 / 1 23. 28, 34, 37 shall pronounce (him) clean
13. 59 to pronounce it clean, or to pronounce it
14. 7 shall pronounce him clean, and shall let
14. 48 priest shall pronounce the house clean
CLEANNESS
1. Cleanness, clearness, emptiness, iS bor.
2 Sa. 22. 21 according to the cleanness of my hands
22. 25 according to my cleanness in his eye
Psa. 18. 20 according to the cleanness of my hands
Z.Innocency, freedom, cleanness, jvj?j niqqayon.
Amos 4. 6 I also have given you cleanness of teeth
CLEANSE
Cleansing, scouring [v.L. P*~!?~] P ~cn tamruq.
Prov.ao. 30 blueness of a wound cleanseth away evil
CLEANSE, to
1. To make clear or clean, "n^ barar, f>.
Jer. 4. ii A dry wind, .not to fan, nor to cleanse
Z.To purify, n;j zakah, 3.
Psa. 73. 13 Verily I have cleansed my heart (in) vain
119. 9 Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse
3. To remove sin or defect, K$n chata, 3
Exod29. 36 thou shalt cleanse the altar, when thou
Lev. 14. 49 he shall take to cleanse the house two
14. 52 he shall cleanse the house with the blood
Eze. 43. 20 thus shalt thou cleanse and purge it
43. 22 cleanse the altar, as they did cleanse (it)
43. 23 When thou hast made an end of cleansing
45. 1 8 take a young bullock, .cleanse the sanct.
4. To cleanse, declare clean, inp taher, 3.
Lev. 16. 19 and cleanse it, and hallow it from
16. 30 make an atonementfor you, to cleanseyou
Num. 8. 6 Take the Levites . . and cleanse them
8. 7 thus shalt thou do. .to cleanse them
8. 15 thou shalt cleanse them, and offer them
8. 21 made an atonement for them to cleanse
2 Ch. 29. 15 came . . to cleanse the house of the LORD
29.16 went into the inner part, .to cleanse (it)
29. 18 We have cleansed all the house of. .LoKD
2 Ch. 34. 5 and cleansed Judah and Jerusalem
Neh. 13. 9 they cleansed the chambers ; and thither
13. 30 Thus cleansed I them from all strangers
Job 37. 7i the wind passeth, and cleanseth them
Psa. 51. 2 Wash me. .and cleanse me from my sin
Jer. 33. 8 I will cleanse them from all their iniquity
Eze. 36. 25 and from all your idols, will I cleanse you
36. 33 that I shall have cleansed you from all
37. 23 wherein they have sinned, and will cleanse
39. 12 seven months, .that they may cleanse the
39. 14 upon the face of the earth, to cleanse it
39. 1 6 Thus shall they cleanse the land
5. To make or declarefree, or -innocent, npj naqah, 3.
Psa. 19. 12 cleanse thou nje from secret (faults)
Joel 3 21 I will cleanse..! have not cleansed
6. To make clean, clear, Kadapifa katharizo.
Matt 8. 3 immediately his leprosy was cleansed
10. 8 Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise
11. 5 the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed
23. 26 cleanse first that (which is) within the cup
Mark i. 42 the leprosy departed, .and he was cleansed
Luke 4. 27 none of them was cleansed, saving Naam.
7. 22 the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed
17. 14 it came to pass, that, .they were cleansed
17. 17 Were there not ten cleansed? but where
Acts io. 15 What God hath cleansed, (that) call not
11. 9 What God hath cleansed, (that) call not
2 Co. 7. i let us cleanse ourselves from all fllthiness
Eph. 5. 26 he might sanctify and cleanse it with
Jas. 4. 8 Cleanse (your) hands, (ye) sinners ; and
1 Jo. i. 7 the blood of Jesus Christ, .cleanseth us
i. 9 to cleanse us from all unrighteousness
CLEANSE selves, to
To cleanse oneself, in? taher, 7.
2 Ch. 30. 18 a multitude., had not cleansed themselves
Neh. 13. 22 that they should cleanse themselves, and
CLEANSED, to be
1. To be clean, cleansed, ina taher.
Lev. ii. 32 be put into water, .so it shall be cleansed
12. 7 she shall be cleansed from the issue of
15. 13 when he that hath an issue is cleansed of
15. 28 But if she be cleansed of her issue, then
2.To be clean, cleansed, in taher, 4.
Eze 22. 24 Thou (art) the land that is not cleansed
3. To cleanse oneself, be cleansed, "CTB taher, 7.
Lev. 14. 4 to take for him that is to be cleansed
14. 7 sprinkle upon him that is to be cleansed
14. 8 he that is to be cleansed shall wash his
14. 17, 25, 28 right ear of him that is to be clea.
14. 18, 29 upon the head of him that is to be clea.
14. 19, 31 atonement for him that is to be clea.
Josh 22. 17 from which we are not cleansed until this
4.7V7 be covered, i5| kaphar, 4.
Nurri35. 33 the land cannot be cleansed of the blood
5. To become, be counted righteous, pi? tsadaq, 2.
Dan. 8. 14 then shall the sanctuary be cleansed
CLEANSED, is
Cleansing, .Tjip tohorah.
Eze 44 26 And after he is cleanaed, they shall reckon
CLEANSING
I. Cleansing, iTJtp tohorah.
Lev. 13. 7 that he hath been seen, .for his cleansing
13. 35 if the scall spread, .after his cleansing
14. 2 the law. .in the day of his cleansing
14. 23 he shall bring them, .for his cleansing
14. 32 (that which pertaineth) to his cleansing
15. 13 then he shall number, .for his cleansing
Num. 6. 9 his head in the day of his cleansing
2. Cleansing, Ka.9apLa-jj.6s katharismos.
Mark i. 44 offer for thy cleansing those things which
Luke 5. 14 but go. .and offer for thy cleansing
CLEAR
I. Light, TIN or.
Amos 8. 9 I will darken the earth in the clear day
2. Clear, -13 bar.
Song 6. 10 fair as the moon, clear as the sun, (and)
3.Rare, precious, np,; yaqar.
Zech 14. 6 the light shall not be clear, (nor) dark
4. Innocent, "pj naqi.
Gen. 24 41 thou shalt be clear from
5. Shining, white, ny tsach.
Isa. 1 8. 4 I will consider.. like a clear heat upon
6. Pure, g.yv6s agnos.
2 Co. 7. 1 1 ye have approved yourselves to be clear
7. Clean, Ka6ap6s katharos.
Rev. 21. 18 the city (was) pure gold, like unto clear
8. Shining, bright, \a/j.irp6s lampros.
Rev. 22. i pure river of water of life, clear as cry.
CLEAR, to
To declare innocent, free, rtjjj naqah, 3.
Exod. 34. 7 that will by no means clear (the guilty)
CLEAR, to bo
I. To be pure, nrj zakah.
Psa. 51. 4 (and) be clear when thou judgest
2. To be innocent, free, njj) naqah, 2.
Gen. 24. 8 then thou shalt be clear from this my
24. 41 Then shalt thou be clear from (this) my
CLEAR selves, to
To justify oneself, piy tsadaq, 7.
Gen 44 1 6 what, .or how shall we clear ourselves ?
CLEARER, to be
To rise tip, c;p qum.
Job ii. 17 (thine) age shall be clearer than the noon.
CLEARING
To declare innocent, free, n;?} naqah, ?>.
Numi4. 18 and by no means clearing (the guilty)
CLEARING of one s self
A sjxaking off (for oneself), u-xohoyia apologia.
2 Co. 7 ii yea, (what) clearing of yourselves, yea
CLEARLY
I. To be clear, -n^ barar.
Job 33. 3 and my lips shall utter knowledge clearly
Z.Far shining, brilliantly, -ryhavyus telaugos.
Mark 8. 25 was restored, and saw every man clearly
CLEARNESS
Clearness, irib tohar.
Exod24 10 as. .the body of heaven in (his) clearness
CLEAVE
Cleaving, adhering to, pa? daleq.
Deut. 4. 4 But ye that did cleave unto the LORD
CLEAVE, to
I. To cleave asunder, i p? baqa.
Judgis. 19 But God clave an hollow place that (was)
I sa. 74. 15 Thou didst cleave the fountain and the
141. 7 as when one cutteth and cleaveth (wood)
Eccl. 10. 9 he that cleaveth wood shall be endangered
Isa. 48. 21 he clave the rock also, and the waters
2. To be cleft asunder, pp? baqa, 2.
Zech. 14. 4 the mount of Olives shall cleave in the
3. To cleave asunder, yp? baqa, 3.
Gen. 22. 3 clave the wood for the burnt offering
1 Sa. 6. 14 and they clave the wood of the cart, and
Psa. 78. 15 He clave the rocks in the wilderness, and
Hab. 3. 9 Thou didst cleave the earth with rivers
4. To cleave, adhere to, py~< dabaq.
Gen. 2. 24 and shall cleave unto his wife : and they
34. 3 his soul clave unto Dinah the daughter of
Deut io. 20 to him shalt thou cleave, and swear by
1 1. 22 to walk in all his ways, and to cleave unto
13. 4 ye shalKeerve him, and cleave unto him
13. 17 there shall cleave nought of the cursed
28. 60 and they shall cleave unto thee
30. 20 and that thou mayest cleave unto him
Josh 22. 5 to cleave unto him, and to serve him with
23. 8 But cleave unto the LORD your God, as ye
23. 12 cleave unto the remnant of these nations
Ruth i. 14 Orpah kissed her mother., but Ruth clave
2 Sa. 20. 2 the men of Judah clave unto their king
23. io and his hand clave unto the sword
1 Ki.n. 2 Solomon clave unto these in love
2 Ki. 3. 3 he cleaved unto the sins of Jeroboam the
5. 27 The leprosy therefore, .shall cleave unto
18. 6 For he clave to the LORD, (and) departed
Job 19. 20 My bone cleaveth to my skin and to my
29 io their tongue cleaved to the roof of their
31. 7 if any blot hath cleaved to mine hands
Psa. 44. 25 our belly cleaveth unto the earth
101. 3 hate the work of them . .(it) shall not c.
102. 5 By reason, .my bones cleave to my skin
119. 25 My soul cleaveth unto the dust : quicken
137. 6 let my tongue cleave to the roof of my
Jer. 13. ii as the girdle cleaveth to the loins of a
Lam. 4. 4 The tongue . . cleaveth to the roof of his
5. To be made to adhere, pyy dabaq, 6.
Psa. 22. 15 and my tongue cleaveth to my jaws
6. To cleave, adhere to, pyi debaq.
Dan. 2. 43 but they shall not cleave one to another
7. To strengthen, hold fast to, pin chazaq, 5.
Neh. io. 29 They clave to their brethren, then- nobles
8. To be joined to, fm lavah, 2.
Dan. ii. 34 many shall cleave to them with flatteries
9. To adhere, stick on, nsp saphach, 2.
Isa. 14. i they shall cleave to the house of Jacob
10. To split, till, rk$ palach, 3.
Job 16. 13 he cleaveth my reins asunder, and doth
11. To stick fast, i5> tsaphad.
Lam. 4. 8 their skin cleaveth to their bones ; it is
Il.To cleave, rend, VPy* shasa.
Deut 14. 6 cleaveth the cleft into two claws, (and)
13.7*0 cleave, rend, y$s? shasa, 3.
Lev. i. 17 he shall cleave it with the wings thereof
\$.Tobf,joinedto,(-!Tpos}Ko\\u.onaii(pros)kollaoinai.
Matt 19. 5 For this cause shall a man. .cleave to his
Markio. 7 For this cause shall a man . .cleave to his
Lukeio. n Even the very dust, .which cleaveth on
Acts 17. 34 Howbeit certain men clave unto him
Rom 12. 9 cleave to that which is good
CLEAVE unto, to
To remain toward, Trpofffnevw prosmeno.
Acts ii. 23 that, .they would cleave unto the Lord
CLEAVE asunder, to
To be cleft asunder, y$y baqa, 2.
Numi6. 31 the ground clave asunderthat(was)under
CLEAVE 173 CLOTHED
CLEAVE, to cause to
To make to adhere, pyj dabaq. 5.
Jer. 13. ii so have I caused to cleave unto me the
CLEAVE fast, to
To pour out (a metal), ps; yatsaq.
Psa. 41. 8 An evil disease, (say they), cleaveth fast
CLEAVE fast together, to
To be firmly joined together, pji dabaq, 4.
Job 38. 38 and the clods cleave fast together
CLEAVE, to make
To cause to adhere, p;n dabaq, 5.
Deut28. 21 The Loan shall make the pestilence cleave
Eze. 3. 26 1 will make thy tongue cleave to the roof
CLEFT
l.A cleft or rent, JTP? baqia.
Amos 6. ii will smite, .the little house with clefts
2.A hollow place, m^neqaraft.
Isa. 2. 21 To go into the clefts of the rocks, and
3.A fissure, ypt? shesa.
Deut 14. 6 cleaveth the cleft into two claws, vand)
CLEFT, to be
To become cleft, J?p_a baqa, 7.
Mic. i. 4 the valleys shall be cleft, as wax before
CLEFTS
Clefts, -recesses., n ljrr chagavim.
Song 2. 14 O my dove, (that art) in the clefts of the
Jer. 49. 16 O thou that dwellcst in the clefts of the
Obad. 3 thou that dwellest in the clefts of the
CLEMENCY
A yieldingness, pliability, firieiictia epieikeia.
Acts 24. 4 that thou wouldest hear us of thy clem.
CLE -MENT, KATJ/urjs.
A fellow labourer with Paul at Philippi.
Phil. 4. 3 those women which laboured . . with C.
CLE-O -PAS, K.\f6was.
One of the two disciples going to Emmaus when Jesus
appeared to them.
Luke 24. 18 C. answering said unto him, Art thou only
CLEO -PHAS, KAcoiras.
Husband of one of the Marys ; half-sister of the Virgin
Mary.
John 19. 25 Mary the (wife) of C., and Mary Magdal.
CLERK, town
Writer, scribe, ypaufiarevs f/rammateus.
Acts 19. 35 when the town clerk had appeased the
CLIFF
1. Ascent, f^iyj inaaleh.
2 Ch.2o. 1 6 behold, they come up by the cliff of Ziz
2. Rugged, terrible, pijj aruts.
Job 30. 6 To dwell in the cliffs of the valleys, (in)
CLTFT
I. Cleft, bored out place, .TJJJ; neqarah.
Exod 33. 22 I will put thee in a clift of the rock
2.A cleft, branch, H S-P saipJi.
Isa. 57. 5 children in the valleys under the clifts
CLIMB, to
To (jo up, fljif
alah.
Joel 2. 7 they shall climb the wall like men of war
CLIMB up, to
1. To go up, rby alah.
i Sa. 14. 13 Jonathan climbed up upon his hands and
Jer. 4. 29 they shall, .climb up upon the rocks
Joel 2. 9 they shall climb up upon the houses
Amos q. 2 though they climb up to heaven, thenco
2. To go up, ava.l3a.ivw anabaino.
Luke 19. 4 climbed up into a sycamore tree to see
John 10. i but climbethup some other way, the same
CLIP, to
To diminish, jnj gara.
Jer. 48. 37 every head, .bald, and every beard clipped
CLOAK
1. An over covering, iriii\vfjiua. epikalumma.
i Pe. 2. 16 not using (your) liberty for a cloak of
2. Raiment, outer garment, ipd-nov himation.
Matt. 5. 40 take away thy coat, let birn have thy cloak
Luke 6. 29 him that taketh away thy cloak forbid
3. Pretext, irp6<f>acris prophasis.
Johni5. 22 but now they have no cloak for their
1 Th. 2. 5 neither . . used we . . cloak of covetousuess
4. A tunic, vest, <f>a.ivd\-r)s, <pai\6vr)s phailones.
2 Ti. 4. 13 The [cloak] that I left at Troas with Carp.
CLOD
l.A clod (of earth), [v.L. tf 3] B>?3 gush.
Job 7. 5 My flesh is clothed with worms and clods
2. Furrow, nB urp megraphah.
Joel i. 17 The seed is rotten under their clods, the
S.Soft clod, ajn reqeb.
Job 21. 33 The clods of the valley shall be sweet
38. 38 and the clods cleave fast together?
CLOKE
Robe (upper), ^yr. meil.
Isa. 59. 17 and was clad with zeal as a clokc
CLOSE
Strait, compressed, "i* tsar.
Job 41. 15 shut up together (as with) a close seal
CLOSE by
Very near, nearer, iacrov asson.
Acts 27. 13 loosing (thence), they sailed close by
[See alto Follow, keep, kept, round about, stick.]
CLOSE, to
\.Tofret oneself, rnn charaJi, 5a.
Jer. 22. 15 Shalt thou reign, because thou closcit
2. To cover, nes kasah, 3.
Num 16. 33 and the earch closed upon them
3. To shut, ij? sagar.
Judg. 3. 22 The fat closed upon the blade, so that he
4. To strengthen, harden, cyil atsam. 3.
Isa. 29. 10 For the LORD, .hath closed your eyes
5. To mo,ve down, close, shut, Ka,u/uuo> kammuo.
Matt 13. 15 and their eyes they have closed
Acts 28. 27 and their eyes have they closed ; lest they
Q.Jo fold up (a roll), irrva-ffw ptussij.
Luke 4. 20 he closed the book, aud he gave (it) again
CLOSE, to keep
To keep silent, still, ariydu sigao.
Luke 9. 36 they kept (it) close, and told no inau in
CLOSE place
Shut up place, rrjapa misyereth.
2 Sa. 22. 46 they shall be afraid out of their close pi.
Psa. 18. 45 and be afraid out of their close places
CLOSE up, to
I. To hedge or iuall up, "na gadar.
Amos 9. ii and close up the breaches thereof
2. To shut up, ~UD sugar.
Gen. 2. 21 closed up the flesh instead thereof
3. To restrain, iyy atsar.
Gen. 20. 18 the LORD had fast closed up all the wombs
CLOSED, to be
To close, be closed, ~fii zur.
Isa. i. 6 they have not been closed, neither bound
CLOSED up
To stop up, crip satham.
Ban. 12. 9 the words (are) closed up and sealed till
CLOSET
1 . Covert, chamber, n$n chuppah.
Joel 2. 16 and the bride out of her closet
2. Store or inner chamber, ra.fj.t iov tameion.
Matt. 6. 6 when thou prayest, enter into thy closet
Lukei2. 3 which ye have spoken in the ear in closets
CLOTH
1. Garment, 133 beged.
Exodsi. 10 the cloths of service, and the holy garni.
35. 19 The cloths of service, to do service in the
39. i they made cloths of service, to do service
39. 41 The cloths of service to do service (in)
Num. 4. 6 shall spread over (it) a cloth wholly of
4. 7, ii they shall spread a cloth of blue, and
4. 8 they shall spread upon them a cloth of
4. 9 they shall take a cloth of blue, and cover
4. 12 put (them) in a cloth of blue, aud cover
4. 13 and spread a purple cloth thereou
1 Sa.tg. 13 putapillow. .aud covered (it) with a cloth
2 Sa.2o. 12 he removed Amasa. .and cast a cloth upon
I.Raiment, a cloth, rbqy simlah.
Deutz2. 17 they shall spread the cloth before the
1 Sa.2i. 9 it (is here) wrapped in a cloth behind the
S.Rags, tatter, paKus rha.kos.
Matt. 9. 16 No man putteth a piece of new cloth unto
Mark 2. 21 No man also seweth a piece of new cloth
CLOTH or clothes, linen
l.A bandage, odoviov othonion.
Luke24. 12 [he beheld the linen clothes laid by them]
John 19. 40 wound it in linen clothes with the spices
20. 5 he stooping down . . saw the linen clothes
20. 6 Peter following . . seeth the linen clothes
20. 7 not lying with the linen clothes, but
2. Fine linen cloth, ffivStiv sindon.
Matt27. 59 he wrapped it in a clean liaen cloth
Marki4. 51 having a linen cloth cast about his naked
14. 52 he left the linen cloth, and fled from
CLOTH, thick
A heavy or thick cloth. 135? makber.
2 Ki. 8. 15 he took a thick cloth, and dipped (it) in
CLOTHE, to
l.To clotfo, put on (anything), o^> labash.
Isa. 49. 18 thou shalt surely clothe thee with them
Eze. 34. 3 Ye eat the fat, and ye clothe you with the
Hag. i. 6 ye clothe you, but there is none warm
2. To put on or give clothing, vy) labash, 5.
Gen. 3.21 did the LORD God make coats . . and clothe
Exod4o. 14 thou shalt bring his sons, and clothe
Lev. 8. 7 clothed him with the robe, and put the
2 Sa. i. 24 who clothed you in scarlet with (other)
2 Ch.28. 15 with the spoil clothed all that were naked
Esth. 4. 4 she sent raiment to clothe Mordecai, and
Job 10. ii Thou hast clothed me with skin and flesh
39. 19 hast thou clothed his neck with thunder
Psa. 132. 16 I will also clothe her priests with
132. 1 8 His enemies will I clothe with shame
Prov23. 21 drowsiness shall clothe a man with i:.^-,
Isa. 22. 21 I will clothe him with thy robe, and
50. 3 I clothe the heavens with blackness, and
61. 10 he hath clothed me with the garments of
Eze. id. 10 I clothed thee also with broidercd work
Zech. 3. 4 1 will clothe thee with change of raiment
3. 5 and clothed him with garments
Z.To clothe, vy? lebash, 5.
Dan. 5. 29 they clothed Daniel with scarlet, and put
4. Toencircle,clothe round,afj.(pifvvvfj.i amphiennumi.
Matt. 6. 30 if God so clothe the grass of the field
11. 8 A man clothed in soft raiment?
Luke 7. 25 A man clothed in soft raiment?
12. 28 If then God so clothe the grass, which is
5. To use raiment, or a garment, iparifa himatizo.
Mark 5. 15 sitting, and clothed, and in his right mind
Luke 8. 35 sitting at the feet of Jesus, clothed, aud
6. To cast around, irepi!3d\\w periballo.
Matt25. 36 Naked, and ye clothed me : I was sick
25. 38 When saw we thee. .naked, and clothed
25. 43 naked, and ye clothed me not : sick, and
CLOTHE self, to
To put on clothing, vy? labash.
Psa. 109. 18 As he clothed himself with cursing like
Jer. 4. 30 Though thou clothest thyself with crims.
Eze. 26. 16 they shall clothe themselvt-3 with tremb.
CLOTHE with, to
To go in, yet into (clothes), tvSiica enduo.
Mark 15. 17 [clothed] him with purple, and platted
CLOTHED
l.To be girded, Srn? kirbel.
i Ch.is. 27 David (was) clothed with a robe of fine
2. To be covered, ncs kasah, 4.
1 Ch.2i. 16 the elders (of Israel, who were) clothed
CLOTHED, to be
l.To be clothed, i??
1
? labash.
2 Ch. 6. 41 let thy priests, .be clothed with salvation
Job 7. 5 My flesh is clothed with worms and clods
8. 22 They that hate thee shall be clothed with
29. 14 I put on righteousness, and it clothed me
Psa. 35. 26 let them be clothed with shame and
65. 13 The pastures are clothed with flocks
93. i The LORD reigneth ; he is clothed with
93. i the LORD is clothed with strength, (where
104. i thou art clothed with honour and majesty
109. 29 Let mine adversaries be clothed with
132. 9 Let thy priests be clothed with righteous.
Prov3i. 21 all her household (are) clothed with
Eze. 7. 27 the prince shall be clothed with desolation
9. 2 one man among them (was) clothed with
9. 3 he called to the man clothed with linen
9. ii behold, the man clothed with linen
10. 2 he spake unto the man clothed with linen
10. 6 he had commanded the man clothed with
10. 7 handsof (him that was)clothed with linen
23. 6 (Which were) clothed with blue, captains
23. 12 captains and rulers clothed most gorgeous
38. 4 horses and horsemen, all of them clothed
44. 17 they shall be clothed with linen garment*
Zeph. i. S such as are clothed with strange apparel
Zech. 3. 3 Joshua was clothed with filthy garments
2. To be clothed, vyi labash, 4.
2 Ch. 18. 9 clothed in their robes, and they sat in a
3. To be clothed, vy? lebash.
Dan. 5. 7. shall be clothed with scarlet, and have a
5. 16 thou shalt be clothed with scarlet, and
10. 5 behold a certain man clothed in linen
12. 6 And (one) said to the man clothed in linen
12. 7 And I heard the man clothed in linen
4. To go into, Ivtivca enduo.
2 Co. 5. 3 [being clothed] . . shall not be found naked
5. To cast around, ireptfid\\w periballo.
Rev. 3. 5 the same shall be clothed in white raiment
3. 18 white raiment that thou mayest be clothed
4. 4 twenty elders sitting, clothed in white
CLOTHED in, to be
l.To go into (clothes), (vStSvfficw endidusko.
Lukei6. 19 a certain rich man who was clothed in
2. To go into (clothes), evtivia enduo.
Kev. 15. 6 clothed in pure and white linen, having
19. 14 followed him . . clothed in fine linen, white
3.7*0 cast around, TrepijSaAAw periballo.
Marki6. 5 sitting on the right side, clothed in along
Rev ii. 3 they shall prophesy., clothed in sackcloth
18. 16 that great city that was clothed in fine
CLOTHED with, to be
1. Clothing, that? lebutk.
Esth. 4. 2 into the king s gate clothed with sackcloth
2.To bind on self, (yKou&6ofj.ai egkomboomai.
i Pe. 5. 5 subject one to another, aud be clothed w.
3. To go into (clothes), tvSvw enduo.
Mark i. 6 John was clothed with camel s hair, and
Rev. 1. 13 the Son of man, clothed with a garment
CLOTHED m CLOUTED
4. To cast around, irpi/3dAXco pertballO.
Ilev 7 9 clothed with white robes, and palms in
10 i another mighty angel . . clothed with a clo.
12 i a woman clothed with the sun, and the
19. 13 he (was) clothed with a vesture dipped in
CLOTHED upon, to be
Put on over, tirtvSvonat ejn-.nduotnai.
2 Co 5. a earnestly desiring to be clothed upon with
5. 4 we would be unclothed, but clothed upon
CLOTHED wherewithal, to be
To cast around, irpi/3a\\co peritxtllo.
Matt. 6. 31 Wherewithal shall we be clothed?
CLOTHES
1. Garments, on:3 begadim.
Gen. 37. 29 Reuben returned., and he rent his clothes
Lev. 10. 6 neither rend your clothes, lest ye die, and
ii. 25, 28, 40, 40 shall wash his clothes, and be
13. 6, 34 he shall wash his clothes, and be clean
13. 45 his clothes shall be rent, and his head
14. 8 shall wash his clothes, and shave off all
14. 9 he shall wash his clothes, also he shall
14 47 he that lieth. .shall wash his clothes
14 47 he that eateth. .shall wash his clothes
15 5. 6. 7, 8, 10, ii, 21, 22, 27 wash his clothes
16. 26, 28 shall wash his clothes, and bathe his
16 32 put on the linen clothes, (even) the holy
17. 15 he shall both wash his clothes, and bathe
21. 10 not uncover his head, nor rend his clothes
Num. 8. 7 let them wash their clothes.and (so) make
8. 21 and they washed their clothes ; and Aaron
14. 6 them that searched . . rent their clothes
ig. 7 the priest shall wash his clothes, and he
19. 8 he that burneth her shall wash his clothes
19. 10 shall wash his clothes ; and be unclean
10. IQ wash his clothes, and bathe himself in
19. 21 he that sprinkleth . . shall wash his clothes
31. 24 ye shall wash your clothes on the seventh
Judgn. 35 he rent his clothes, and said, Alas, my
i Sa. 19. 24 he stripped off his clothes also, and pro.
a 8a i. 2 a man came out. . with his clothes rent
i. ii David took hold on his clothes, and rent
3. 31 Rend your clothes.and gird you with sack.
13. 31 his servants stood by with their clothes
19. 24 nor washed his clothes, from the day the
i Ki. i. i they covered him with clothes, but he gat
21. 27 rent his clothes, and put sackcloth upon
1 Ki. 5. 7 he rent his clothes, and said, (Am) I God
5. 8 the king of Israel had rent his clothes
e. 8 Wherefore hast thou rent thy clothes?
6. 30 he rent his clothes, and he passed by upon
11. 14 Athaliah rent her clothes, and cried
18. 37 with (their) clothes rent, and told him the
19 i he rent his clothes, and covered himself
22. 1 1 had heard the words . . he rent his clothes
aa. 19 hat rent thy clothes, and wept before
2 Ch.23- 13 Athaliah rent her clothes, and said, Trea.
34 19 had heard the words . .he rent his clothes
34. 27 didst rend thy clothes, and weep before
Neh. 4. 23 none of us put off our clothes, (saving that)
Esth. 4. i Mordecai rent his clothes, and put on sac.
Prov. 5. 27 take fire, .and his clotnes not be burnt ?
Isa. 36. 22 with (their) clothes rent, and told him the
37. i he rent his clothes, and covered himself
Jer. 41. 5 their beards shaven, and their clothes
Eze. 16. 39 they shall strip thee also of thy clothes
23. 26 shall also strip thee out of thy clothes
27. 20 Dedan (was) thy merchant in precious el.
Amos 2. 8 they lay (themselves) down upon clothes
2. Wrappings, clothes, DiSj gelom.
Eze. 27. 24 in blue clothes, and broidered work, and
3. Measure, long robe, 1? mad.
i Sa. 4. 12 with his clothes rent, and with earth upon
4.C overing, DID suth.
Gen. 49. 1 1 and his clothes in the blood of grapes
5. Outer garment, raiment, nip
1
?!? salmah.
I)eut2> 5 your clothes are not waxen old upon you
Neh. 9. 2 1 their clothes waxed not old, and their feet
Job 9. 31 and mine own clothes shall abhor me
6. Outer garment, raiment, ^79:7 simlah.
Gen. 37. 34 Jacob rent his clothes, and put sackcloth
44. 13 they rent their clothes, and laded every
Exodi2. 34 tn nighs b.-in;, hound up in their clothes
19. 10 and let them wash tlirir clothes
19. 14 and they washed their clothes
Josh. 7. 6 Joshua rent his clothes, and fell to the
7. Raiment, garment, ijuartoc himation.
Matt2i. 7 the ass. .and put on them their clothes
24. 18 Neither let him. .return, .to take his [c.]
26. 65 Then the high priest rent his clothes
Mark 5. 28 If I may touch but his clothes, I shall be
5. 30 Jesus, .said, Who touched my clothes?
15. 20 put his own clothes on him, and led him
Luke 8. 27 a certain man . . ware no clothes, neither
19. 36 as he went, they spread their clothes in
Acts 7. 58 the witnesses laid down their clothes at
14. 14 they rent their clothes, and ran in among
16. 22 and the magistrates rent off their clothes
22. 23 they criec" iut, and cast off (their) clothes
S.C oat, XITUV chiton.
Marki4. 63 Then the high priest rent his clothes, and
C10THES, grave
Bandages, Ktipi ai keiriai.
Johnn. 44 bound hand and foot with grave clothes
CLOTHING
I. Garment, ~U3 beged.
Job 22. 6 and stripped the naked of their clothing
^.Clothing, &$ lebush.
Job 24 7 cause the naked to lodge without clothing
24. 10 cause (him) to go naked without rlothiir.:
ti! 19 have seen any perish for want of clothing
Psa. 35. 13 when they were sick, my clothing (was)
r. 1 3 all glorious within ; her clothing (is) of
Pro. 27. 26 The lambs (are) for thy clothing, and the
31. 22 coverings of tapestry ; her clothing (is)silk
31. 25 strength and honour (are) her clothing
Jer. 10. 9 blue and purple (is) their clothing : they
3. A covering, ns;p mekasseh.
TM 23. 1 8 eat sufficiently, and for durable clothing
4. Raiment, a cloth, rhtiv simlah.
Isa. 3. 6 Thou hast clothing, be thou ourruler, and
3. 7 in my house (is) neither bread nor clothing
S.Clothing, nec pn tilbosheth.
Isa. 59. 17 the garments of vengeance (for) clothing
6. Clothing, tvSvua enduma.
Matt. 7. 15 which come to you in sheep s clothing
7. Robe, V0T)s esthes.
Acts 10 30 a man stood before me in bright clothing
Jas. 2. 3 to him that weareth the gay clothing, and
CLOTHING, long
Robe, vestment, o-roA^ stole.
Marki2. 38 the scribes, .love to go in long clothing
CLOTHING, soft -
The soft tilings, ra /xaXcuca ta malaka.
Matt. ii. 8 they that wear soft (clothing) are in king s
CLOTJD
1. Something lifted up and exalted, K t?} nasi.
Prov. 25. 14 a false gift (is like) clouds and wind
la.lland, )3 Mph.
Job 36. 32 With clouds he covereth the light
2.A thickness, thick clouci, 1% ttb.
Exod. 19. 9 ; Judg. 5. 4 ; 2a. 23. 4 ; i Ki. 18. 44 ; 18. 45
Job 20. 6 and his head reach unto the clouds
30. 15 and my welfare passethjiway as a cloud
36. 29 understand the spreading of the clouds
37. 16 know the balancings of the clouds, the
38. 34 Canst thou lift up thy voice to the clouds
Psa. 77 . 17 The clouds poured out water, the skies
104. 3 who maketh the clouds his chariot ; who
147. 8 Who covereth the heaven with clouds
Prov 1 6. 15 his favour (is) as a cloud of the latter
Eccl.n. 3 If the clouds be full of rain, they empty
11. 4 he that regardeth the clouds shall not
12. 2 nor the clouds return after the rain
Isa. 5. 6 command the clouds that they rain no
14. 14 ascend above the heights of the clouds
1 3. 4 like a cloud of dew in the heat of harvest
19. i the LORD rideth upon a swift cloud
25. 5 (even) the heat with the shadow of a cloud
60. 8 Who (are) these (that) fly as a cloud, and
3. A cloud, ])$ anan.
Gen. 9. 13 I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall
9. 14 when I bring a cloud over the earth, that
9. 14 that the bow shall be seen in the cloud
9. 16 the bow shall be in the cloud ; and I will
Exodi3. 21 by day in a pillar of a cloud to lead them
13. 22 He took not away the pillar of the cloud
14. 19 the pillar of the cloud went from before
14. 20 it was a cloud and darkness (to them), but
14. 24 through the pillar of fire and of the cloud
1 6. 10 the glory of the LORD appeared in the clo.
19. 9 I come unto thee in a thick cloud
19. 16 lightnings, and a thick cloud upon the
24. 15 Moses went up. .and a cloud covered the
24. 16 and the cloud covered it six days
24. 16 he called unto Moses out of the. .cloud
24. 1 8 Moses went unto the midst of the cloud
34. 5 the LORD descended in the cloud, and
40. 34 a cloud covered the tent of the cougre.
40. 35 because the cloud abode thereon, and
40. 36 when the cloud was taken up from over
40. 37 if the cloud were not taken up, then they
40. 38 the cloud of the LORD (was) upon the
Lev. 16. 2 I will appear in the cloud upon the mercy
16. 13 the cloud of the incense may cover the
Num. 9. 15 the cloud covered the tabernacle
9. 16 the cloud covered it (by day), and the
9. 17 when the cloud was taken up from the
9. 17 and in the place where the cloud abode
9. 18 the cloud abode upon the tabernacle
9. 19 the cloud tarried long upon the taberna.
9. 20 the cloud was a few days upon the taber.
q. 21 the cloud abode from even unto the
9. 21 the cloud was taken up in the morning
9. 21 or by night that the cloud was taken up
9. 22 the cloud tarried upon the tabernacle
10. ii the cloud was taken up from off the taher.
10. 12 the cloud rested in the wilderness of P.
0. 34 the cloud of the LORD (was) upon them
1. 25 LORD came down in a cloua, and spake
2. 5 came down in the pillar of the cloud
2. 10 the cloud departed from off the taber.
4. 14 (that) thy cloud standeth over them
4. 14 by day time in a pillar of a cloud, and in
6. 42 behold the cloud covered it, and the
Deut. i. o went in the way before you. .in a cloud
4. ii with darkness, clouds and thick darkn.
Deut. 5. 22 out of the midst of the fire, of the cloud
31. 15 in the tabernacle in a pillar of a cloud
31. 15 the pillar of the cloud stood over the
1 Ki. 8. 10 the cloud filled the house of the LORD
8. ii could not. .minister because of the cloud
2 Ch. 5. 13 the house was filled with a cloud
5. 14 to minister by reason of the cloud
Neh. 9. 19 the pillar of the cloud departed not"from
Job 7. 9 the cloud is consumed and vanisheth
26. 8 And the cloud is not rent under them
26. 9 He holdeth. .(and) spreadeth his cloud
37. ii he scattereth his bright cloud
37. 15 God. .caused the light of his cloud to
38. 9 When I made the cloud the garment
Psa. 78. 14 he led them with a cloud, and all the
97. 2 Clouds and darkness (are) round about
105. 39 He spread a cloud for a covering, and fire
Isa. 4. 5 upon her assemblies, a cloud and smoke
44. 22 I nave blotted out, as a. .cloud thy sins
Jer. 4. 13 he shall come up as clouds, and his
Lam. 3. 44 Thou hast covered thyself with a cloud
Eze. ji. 4 a great cloud, and a fire infolding itself
i. 28 that is in the cloud in the day of rain
8. ii and a thick cloud of incense went up
10. 3 and the cloud filled the inner court
10. 4 the house was filled with the cloud, and
30. 1 8 as for her, a cloud shall cover her, and
32. 7 I will cover the sun with a cloud, and the
38. 9 thou shaH be like a cloud to cover the
38. 16 thou shalt come, .as a cloud to cover the
Hos. 6. 4 your goodness (is) as a morning cloud
13. 3 they shall be as the morning cloud, and
Joel 2. 2 a day of clouds and of thick darkness
Nah. i. 3 the clouds are the dust of his feet
Zeph. i. 15 a day of clouds and thick darkness
4.A cloud, \iy_ anan.
Dan. 7. 13 Son of man came with the clouds
5. A (heavy) cloud, rtjjji ananah.
Job 3. 5 let a cloud dwell upon it ; let the black.
6.^4 (thin] cloud, pn?> shachaq.
Job 35. 5 behold the clouds, (which) are higher
36. 28 Which the clouds do drop (and) distil
37. 21 bright light which (is) in the clouds
38. 37 Who can number the clouds in wisdom
Psa. 36. 5 thy faithfulness, .unto the clouds
57. 10 heavens, and thy truth unto the clouds
68. 34 and his strength (is) in the clouds
78. 23 he had commanded the clouds from
108. 4 and thy truth reacheth unto the clouds
Prov. 3. 20 and the clouds drop down the dew
8. 28 When he established the clouds above
7.A small or thin cloud, vt<f>t\ri nejyhele.
Matt 17. 5 While he yet spake, .a bright cloud
17. 5 behold a voice out of the cloud, which
24. 30 the Son of man coming in the clouds of
26. 64 and coming in the clouds of heaven
Mark 9. 7 there was a cloud that overshadowed
9. 7 a voice came out of the cloud, saying
13. 26 the Son of man coming in the clouds with
14. 62 and coming in the clouds of heaven
Luke 9. 34 there came a cloud, and overshadowed
9. 34 they feared as they entered into the cloud
9. 35 there came a voice out of the cloud, saying
12. 54 When ye see a cloud rise out of the west
21. 27 the Son of man coming in a cloud
Acts i. 9 a cloud received him out of their sight
i Co. 10. i all our fathers were under the cloud
10. 2 were all baptized unto Moses in the cloud
1 Th. 4. 17 caught up. .with them in the clouds
2 Pe. 2. 17 [clouds] that are carried with a tempest
Jude 12 clouds (they are) without water, carried
Rev. i. 7 Behold, he cometh with clouds ; and
10. i another mighty angel, .clothed with a cl.
11. 12 they ascended up to heaven in. a cloud
14. 14 behold a white cloud, and upon the cloud
14. 15 crying, .to him that sat on the cloud
14. 16 he that sat on the cloud thrust in his
S.A cloud, i>f<pos nephos.
Heb. 12. i with so great a cloud of witnesses
CLOUD, to cover with a
To send a thickness, yy ub, 5.
Lam. 2. i covered the daughter of Sion with a cloud
CLOTJD, dark
Cloud (dark, thick or high), ^Ji araphel.
Job 22. 13 Can he judge through the dark cloud
CLOTJD, thick
Thick cloud, ay ab.
2 Sa. 22. 12 dark waters, (and) thick clouds of the
Job 22. 14 Thick clouds (are) a covering to him, that
26. 8 bindeth up the waters in his thick cloud
37! ii watering he wearieth the thick cloud
Psa. 18. ii dark waters (and) thick clouds of the
18. 12 before him his thick clouds passed
Isa. 44. 22 I have blotted out, as a thick cloud, thy
CLOTJDY
A cloud, jjy anan.
Exod3 3 9 the cloudy pillar descended, and stood
> 3 10 all the people saw the cloudy pillar stand
Neh. 9. 12 thou leddest them in the day by a cloudy
Psa. 99. 7 He spake unto them in the cloudy pillar
Eze. 30. 3 the day of the LORD is near, a cloudy day
34. 12 they have been scattered in the cloudy
CLOTJTED
To be spotted, patched, N79 tola, 4.
Josh. 9. 5 old shoes and clouted upon their feet, and
CLOVEN 175 COLD
CLOVEN
1. To cleave or split, VVV shasa.
Deut 14. 7 or of them that divide the cloven hoof
2. To divide throughout, Sianepifa diamerizo.
Acts 2. 3 there appeared unto them cloven tongues
CLOVEN FOOTED
1. A cloven pointed hoof, rip-)? VC? V& [shasa].
Lev 1 1 * parteth the hoof, and is cloven footed
ii. 7 divide the hoof, and be cloven footed
2. A cloven cleft, yptf W [shasa].
Lev n 26 every beast which.. (is) not cloven footed
CLUSTER
1. Stem, stalk, cluster, ttwty es/t&oZ.
(Jen. 40. 10 the clusters thereof brought forth ripe
Mum 13. 23 cut. .a branch with one cluster of grapes
Deut 32. 32 grapes of gall, their clusters (are) bitter
Song i. 14 My beloved(is) unto me (as)a cluster of
7 . 7 apalmtree.and thy breasts to clusters (of)
*. 7 . 8 thy breasts shall be as clusters of the v.
Isa. 65. 8 As the new wine is found in the cluster
Mic. 7. i of the vintage . . (there is) no cluster to eat
^.Cluster, Borpvs botrus.
Rev. 14. 18 gather the clusters of the vine of the earth
CLUSTER of grapes
Cluster, VISION eshkol.
N urn 1 3. 24 the cluster of grapes which the children
CLUSTERS of raisins
Pressed cakes of raisins, D piajt tsimmuqim.
1 Sa 25 18 and an hundred clusters of raisins, and
30. 12 a cake of figs, and two clusters of raisins
CNI -DUS, KviSos.
A city on a promontory of Caria (or Doris), at the S.W.
of Asia .Minor.
Acts 27 7 we. .scarce were come over against C.
COAL
1. Burning coal, npn| gacheleth.
Lev. 16 12 he shall take a censer full of burning coals
2 Sa 14. 7 they shall quench my coal which is left
22. 9 fire out of his mouth devoured : coals
22. 13 the brightness before him were coals of
Job 41. 21 His breath kindleth coals, and a flame
Psa 18. 8 fire out of his mouth devoured : coals
18 12, 13 clouds passed, hail (stones) and coals
1 20. 4 Sharp arrows of the mighty, with coals of
140 10 Let burning coals fall upon them: letthern
Prov. 6, 28 Can one go upon hot coals and his feet
25. 22 thou shaltheap coalsof fire upon his head
Isa. 44. 19 I have baked bread upon the coals thereof
47. 14 (there shall) not (be) a coal to warm at
Eze i. 13 their appearance (was) like burning coals
10. 2 fill thine hand with coals of fire from
24 ii Then set it empty upon the coals thereof
2. Charcoal coal, Dn? pecham.
Prov 26 2; (As) coals (are) to burning coals,and wood
Isa. 44. 12 The smith, .both workethin the coals
54. 16 the smith that bloweth the coals in the fire
3. Hot or burning stone, ]n resheph.
Song 8. 6 the coals thereof (are) coals of fire, which
Hab. 3. 5 and burning coals went forth at his feet
4. Black, blackness, liny shechor.
Lam. 4. 8 Their visage is blacker than a coal ; they
5..4 live coal, &.vOpa anthrax.
Rom 12. 20 thou shalt heap coals of fire on his head
COALS, a fire of
^1 heap of live coal, avOpaifid anthrakia.
JohmS. 18 the servants, .who had made a fire of co.
21. 9 they saw a fire of coals there, and fish
COALS, baleen on the
Hot or burning stone, 1X1 retseph.
i Ki.ig. 6 (there was)a cake baken on the coals, and
COALS, live
Hot or burning stone, n^sn ntspah.
Isa 6. 6 then flew one.. having a live coal in his
COAST
I. Border, ^ 33 gebul.
Exodio. 4 will I bring the locusts into thy coast
10. 14 and restedIn all the coasts of Egypt
10. 19 remained not one locust in all the coasts
Num 20. 23 by the coast of the land of Edom, saying
21. 13 wilderness that cometh out of the coasts
22. 36 border of Arnon,. .in the utmost coast
34. 1 1 the coast shall go down from Shepham to
Deut. 2. 4 Ye (are) to pass through the coast of your
2. 18 pass over through Ar, the coast of Moab
3. 14 the county of Argob unto the coasts of G.
3. 17 The plain also, and Jordan, and the coast
11. 24 unto the uttermost sea, shall your coast
16. 4 seen with thee in all thy coasts seven days
19, 3 and divide the coasts of thy land, which
19. 8 if the LORD thy God enlarge thy coast, as
28. 40 have olive trees throughout all thy coasts
Josh. i. 4 going down of the sun, shall be your coast
12. 4 And the coast of Og king of Bashan
13. 16 their coast was from Aroer, that (is) on
13. 25 their coast was Jazer, and all the cities
13. 30 And their coast was from Mahanaim, all
15. 4 the goings out of that coast were at the sea
15. 4 this shall be your south coast
Josh.is. 12 the great sea, and the coast (thereof)
15. 12 This (is) the coast of the children of J.
15. 21 toward the coast of Edom southward
16. 3 goeth down westward to the coast of J.
17. 7 the coast of Manasseh was from Asherto
17. 9 the coast descended unto the river Kanah
17. 9 the coast of Manasseh also (was) on the
1 8. 5 Judah shall abide in their coast on the
18. 5 Joseph shall abide in their coasts on the
18. ii the,coast of their lot came forth between
18. 19 end of Jordan : this (was) the south coast
19. 22 the coast reacheth to Tabor, and Shahaz.
19. 29 the coast turueth to Ramah, and to the
19. 29 and the coast turneth to Hosah
19. 33 their coast was from Helepli, from Allou
19. 34 the coast turneth westward to Aznoth-ta
19. 41 the coast of their inheritance was Zorah
19. 47 the coast of the children of Dan went
Judg. i. 18 Judah took Gaza with the coast thereof
i. 18 and Askelon with the coast thereof
i. 1 8 and Ekrori with the coast thereof
1. 36 the coast of the Amorites (was) from the
ii. 20 trusted not Israel to pass, .his coast
ii. 22 possessed all the coasts of the Amorites
19. 29 and sent her into all the coasts of Israel
1 Sa. 5. 6 (even) Ashdod and the coasts thereof
6. 9 goeth up by the way of his own coast
7. 13 they came no more into the coast of Israel
7. 14 the coasts thereof did Israel deliver out
ii. 3 may send messengers unto all the coasts
n. 7 (them) throughout all the coasts of Isr.
27. i to seek me any more in any coast of Isr.
2 Sa. 21. 5 from remaining in any of the coasts
1 Ki. i. 3 they sought, .throughout all the coasts
2 Ki. 10. 32 Hazael smote them in all the coasts of I.
14. 25 He restored the coast of Israel from the
15. 16 and the coasts thereof from Tirzah
1 Ch. 4. 10 bless me indeed, and enlarge my coast
6. 54 throughout their castles in their coasts
6. 66 sons of Kohath had cities of their coasts
21. 12 destroying throughout all the coasts of I.
2 Ch. ii. 13 resorted to him out of all their coasts
Psa. 105. 31 of flies, (and) lice in all their coasts
105. 33 He. .brake the trees of their coasts
Eze. 47. 16 Hazar-hatticou, which (is) by the coast of
^.Circuit, .1^3? gebulah.
Num32. 33 with the cities thereof in the coasts
34. 2 the land of Canaan, with the coasts
34. 12 with the coasts thereof round about
Josh 18. 20 by the coasts thereof round about, accor.
19. 49 the land for inheritance by their coasts
3. Border, np^| gelilah.
Joel 3. 4 and Zidon, and all the coasts of Palestine
4. Cord, rope, ^30 chebel.
Josh. 19. 29 at the sea from the coast to Achzib
Zeph. 2. 5 Woe unto the inhabitants of the sea coa.
2. 6 the sea coast shall be dwellings (and) cot.
2. 7 the coast shall be for the remnant of the
5. Shore, haven, f]irt choph.
Josh 9. i in all the coasts of the great sea over
Eze. 25. 16 I will, .destroy the remnant of the sea c.
G.Hand, T yad. Num 13. 29 and by the coast of Jordan. 24. 24.
34. 3 south quarter shall be . . along by the c.
Judgn. 26 the cities that (be) along by the coasts of
7. Thigh, npi; yarekah.
Jer. 25. 32 shall be raised up from the coasts of the
31. 8 gather them from the coasts of the earth
50. 41 kings shall be raised up from the coasts
8. Elevated place, nsi naphah.
Josh. 12. 23 The king of Dor in the coast of Dor, one
9. End, extremity, rr^ij qatsah.
JudgiS. 2 of their family five men from their coasts
Eze. 33. 2 the people, .take a man of cheir coasts
COAST, (outmost)
I. End, extremity, nsij qatseh.
Nuni34. 3 the outmost coast of.the salt sea eastward
2. Division, part, /ucpo? meros.
Matt 1 5 . 21 departed into the coasts of Tyre and S.
16. 13 came into the coasts of Cesarea Philippi
Acts 19. i having passed through the upper coasts
3. Boundary, 6piov horion.
Matt. 2. 16 in Bethlehem, and in all the coasts
8. 34 that he would depart out of their coasts
15. 22 a woman . .came out of the same coasts
15. 39 he. .came into the coasts of Magdala
19. i came into the coasts of Judea beyond J.
Mark 5. 17 to pray him to depart out of their coasts
7. 31 departing from the coasts of Tyre and S.
7. 31 through the midst of the c. of Decapolis
10. i cometh into the coasts of Judea by the
Acts 13. 50 and expelled them out of their coasts
4. Place, spot, rdiros topos.
Acts 27. 2 meaning to sail by the coasts of Asia
5. Space, region, x^Pa chora.
Acts 26. 20 throughout all the coasts of Judea, and
COAST, sea
Coast along iht sea, irapoXios paralios.
Luke 6. 17 from the sea coast of Tyre and Sidon
COAT
\.A tunic, long coat, r>Jh?, runs kethoneth.
Gen. 3. 21 did the LOBD God make coats of skins
Gen. 37. 3 he made him a coat of (many) colours
37. 23 out of his coat, (his) coat of (many) col.
37. 31 took Joseph s coat, .and dipped the coat
37. 32 they sent the coat of (many) colours, and
37. 32 know now whether it (be) thy sou s coat
37. 33 he knew it, and said, (It is) my sou s coat
ExodzS. 4 a broidered coat, a mitre, and a girdle
28. 39 thou shalt embroider the coat of fine lin.
28. 40 for Aaron s sous thou shalt make coats
29. 5 put upon Aaron the coat, and the robe of
29. 8 thou shalt bring his sons, and put coats
39. 27 they made coats (of) tine linen, (of) woven
40. 14 bring his sous.aud clothe them with coats
Lev. 8. 7 he put upon him the coat, and girded him
8. 13 Moses brought Aaron ssons, andputcoats
10. 5 carried them in their coats out of the
16. 4 He shall put on the holy linen coat, and
2 Sa. 15. 32 came to meet him with his coat rent
Job 30. 18 bindeth me about as the collar of my c.
Song 5.3! have put off my coat ; how shall I put
2. Upper robe, S yi? meil.
i Sa. 2. 19 Moreover his mother made him a little c.
3. Tunic, long robe, X TWI/ chiton.
Matt. 5. 40 if any man will, .take away thy coat
10. 10 Nor scrip for . . journey, neither two coats
Mark 6. 9 But (be) shod . .and not put on two coats
Luke 3. ii He that hath two coats, let him impart to
6. 29 forbid not (to take thy) coat also
9. 3 neither have two coats apiece
Johnig. 23 and also (his) coat : now the coat was
Acts 9. 3.9 showing the coats and garments which
COAT, fisher s
Upper clothing, tirtvSvrris ependutes.
John^i. 7. he girt (his) fisher s coat (unto him)
COAT (of mail)
Coat of mail, breast plate, \v^y shiryon.
i Sa.i?. 5 And he was armed with a coat of mail
17. 5 the weight of the coat (was) five thousand
17. 38 also he armed him with a coat of mail
COATS
Mantles, upper garments, f^lP sarbalin.
Dan. 3. 21 these men were bound in their coats
3. 27 neither were their coats changed, nor the
COCK
House cock, a\KTtap alektor.
Matt26. 34, 75 before the cock crow, thou shall deny
26. 74 And immediately the cock crew
Marki4. 30, 72 before the cock crow twice, thou shalt
14. 68 he went out into the porch; and[thecock]
14. 72 And the second time the cock crew
Luke22. 34 the cock shall not crow this day, before
22. 60 immediately, while he yet spake, the cock
22. 61 Before the cock crow, thou shalt deny me
John 13. 38 The cock shall not crow, till thou hast
1 8. 27 and immediately the cock crew
COCK crowing
Sounding ofthe cock, a.\eKTOpo<pa>viaalektoro2)h<Jnia.
Harkis. 35 or at the cock crowing, or in the morning
COCKATRICE
I. Cockatrice, basilisk, adder, vifier, J75? tsejjha.
Isa. 1 4. 29 serpent s . . shall come forth a cockatrice
2.Adder, cockatrice, JiyEX tsiphoni.
Isa. ii. 8 child., put his hand on the cockatrice d.
59. 5 They hatch cockatrice eggs, and weave
Jer. 8. 17 I will send serpents, cockatrices, among
COCKLE
Useless weed, hemlock, darnel, Hy iS? boshah.
Job 31. 40 thistles grow instead of wheat.and cockle
COFFER
Coffer, cox, chest, l3iN argaz.
1 Sa. 6. 8 put the jewels., in a coffer by the side
6. ii and the coffer with the mice of gold, and
6. 15 and the coffer that (was) with it, wherein
COFFIN
Ark, coffin, chest, PIK aron.
Gen. 50. 26 and he was put in a coffin in Egypt
COGITATION
Thought, sadness, fvy-i rayon.
Dan. 7. 28 As for me Daniel, my cogitations much
COLD
1. Cold, pot, n} tsinnah.
Prov 25. 13 As the cold of snow in the time of harvest
2. Cold, cool, excellent, tp qar.
Prov 25. 25 (As) cold waters to a thirsty soul, so (is)
Jer. 18. 14 shall the cold flowing waters, .be forsak.
3.Cold, Tp qor.
Gen. 8. 22 cold and heat, and summer and winter
4. Cold, rnjj qarah.
Job 24. 7 that (they have) no covering in the cold
37. 9 cometh the whirlwind; andcoldout of the
Psa. 147. 17 who can stand before his cold?
Prov 25 20 that takethaway a garment in cold weat.
Nah. 3. 17 which camp in the hedges in the cold day
5. Coldness, ^v^os psuchos.
JohniS. 18 had made a fire of coals; for it was coM
Acts 28. 2 the present rain, and because of the cold
2 Co. ii. 27 in fastings often, in cold and nakedness
COLD 17C
6. Cold, cool, fyv\p6s psuchros.
Matt 10. 42 whosoever shall give..s cup of cold (wat.)
Rev. 3. 15 that thou art neither cold nor hot
3. 15 I would thou wert cold or hot
3. 16 thou art luke warm, and neither cold uor
COLD, to wax -
To breathe, blow, cool,tyvx<u psuchO.
Matt 24. 12 because, .the loveof many shall wax cold
COL-HO -ZEH, .i.in->5 wholly a seer.
1. One whose son helped to repair the wall, B.C. 470.
Neh. 3. 15 the fountain repaired Shallum. .son of C.
2. One whom some think the same as No. i. B.C. 470.
Neh. ii. -j Maaseiah the sou of Baruch, the sou of C.
COLLAR
Mouth, n^T/e/t.
Job 30. 18 bindeth me about as the collar of my coat
COLLARS
Drops, droppings, JVD p) netiphoth.
Judg. 8. 26 beside ornaments, and collars, and
COLLECTION
1. Burden, thing lifted up or borne, nx-f? maseth.
2 Ch.i4. 6 to bring in, out of Judah. .the collection
24. 9 to bring in to the LORD the collection
^.Collection, gathering, \oyia logia.
1 Co 16. i Now concerning the collection for the
COLLEGE
Second part, place <if repetition, college, ny?o.
2 Ki 22. 14 now she dwelt in Jerusalem in the college
2 Ch 34 22 now she dwelt in Jerusalem iu the college
COLLOPS
Fat, fatness, n^ 9 pimah.
Job 15 27 and maketh collops of fat on (his) flanks
COLONY
Colony (Roman), K\ti>vta kolonia (Lat.) tin.
Acts 16. 12 which is the chief city . .(and) a colony
CO-LOS -SE, Ko\off(ral.
A city of I hrygia Pactiana, on the confines of Caria in
Asia "Minor, near the couflux of the Lycus and the
Maeander.
Col. i. 2 brethren in Christ which are at C.
COLOUR
\.Eye, aspect, ] ]} ayin.
Lev 13. 55 (if) the plague have not changed his colour \
Munm. 7 the colour thereof as the colour of bdel.
Prov-23. 31 when it giveth his colour in the cup
Eze. j. 4 out of the midst thereof as the colour of
i. 7 they sparkled like the colour of burnished
i. 16 The appearance, .(was) like unto the col.
i. 22 the likeness, .(was) as the colour of the
i. 27 And I saw as the colour of amber, as the
8. 2 appearance of brightness, as the colour
10. 9 the appearance, .(was) as the colour of a
Dan. 10. 6 his arms aud his feet like in colour to
2. What isshown forth,pretence,irp6(paffispropho-sis.
Acts 27. 30 under colour as though they would have
COLOURS, divers or many)
Pieces, ends (it/anything}, extremities, C E9 passim.
Gen 37. 3 and he made him a coat of (many) colours
37. 23 (his) coat of (many) colours that (was) on
37. 32 And they sent the coat of (many) colours
a Sa. 13. 18 (she had) a garment of divers colours
13. 19 and rent her garment of divers colours
COLOURS, fair
Paint,
~ 3 puk.
Isa. 54. ii I will lay thy stones with fair colours
COLOURS, with diver*
To spot, patch, N^9 tala.
Eze. 16. 16 deckedst thy. .places with divers colours
COLT
1. Son, produce, ;s ben.
Gen. 32. 15 Thirty milch camels with their colts
49. 1 1 and his ass s colt unto the choice vine
2.Ass colt, (from its restiveness,) Ty ayir.
Judg. 10. 4 thirty sons that rode on thirty ass colts
12. 14 rode on threescore and ten ass colts
Job ii. 12 man be born (like) a wild ass s colt
Zee. 9. 9 and upon a colt the foal of an ass
3. Fnii f, TTU\OS polos.
Matt2i. 2 ye shall find an ass tied, and a colt with
21. 5 sitting upon an ass, and a colt the foal
2T. 7 brought the ass, and the colt, and put on
Marku 2 ye shall find a colt tied, whereon never
11. 4 found the colt tied by the door without
ii. 5 certain . . said . . What do ye, loosiuu tin- <.
ii. 7 they brought the colt to Jesus, and cast
eig. 30 ye shall find a colt tied, whereon yet
19. 33 as they were loosing the colt, the owners
19. 33 said unto them. Why loose ye the colt*
19. 35 they cast their garments upon the colt
Johni2. 15 thy King coiueth, sitting on an ass s colt
COME, to
l.The latter, ji-inx acharon.
Deut29. 22 So that the generation to come of your
Fsa. 78. 4 showing to the generation to come the
78. 6 That the generation to come might know
102. 18 be written for the generation to eome
Prov 31. 25 and she shall rejoice in time to coine
Eccl. i. ii remembrance of (things) that are to come
fjf jo. g that it may be for the time to come for
2. To come, arrive, n^N atluih.
Deut33. 2 And he said, The LOUD came fnm Sinai
33. 21 and he came with the heads of the people
Job 16. 22 When a few years are come, then I shall
30. 14 They came (upon me) as a wide breaking
37. 22 Fair weather coiueth out of the north
Psa. 68. 31 Princes shall come out of Egypt; KUiiop
Prov. i. 27 your destruction cometh as a whirlwind
Isa. 21. 12 The morning cometh, and also tin- nij-,1.:
21. 12 if ye will enquire, enquire ye : return, co.
41. 5 the ends, .were afraid, drew near, aud ca.
41 25 I have raised up (one), .and he shall come
56. 9 All ye beasts of the field, come to devour
56. 12 Come ye, (say they,) I will fetch wine
Jer. 3. 22 Behold, we come unto thee ; for thou
Mie. 4. 8 uuto thee shall it come, even the first
3. To cause to come or arrive, nrix athah, 5.
Jer. 12. 9 assemble all the beasts, .come to devour
4. To come, arrive, ttr atha.
Ezra 5. 3 At the same time came to them Tatnai
5. 16 Then came the same Sheshbazzar, (and)
Dan. 3. 2 to come to the dedication of the image
3. 26 and come (hither). Then Shadrach, Mes.
7. 13 (one) like the Son of man came with the
7. 22 t ntil the Ancient of days came and
5. To come in, ^2 bo.
Gen. 6. 18 and thou shalt come into the ark, thou
6. 20 two of every (sort) shall come unto thee
7. i Come thou and all thy house into the ark
10. 19 as thou comest to Gerar, unto Gaza ; as
11. 31 and they came uuto Haran, and dwelt
12. 5 and into the land of Canaan they came
i j. 10 like the land of Egypt, as thou comest
13. 1 8 came aud dwelt in the plain of Mamre
14. 5 in the fourteenth year came Chedorlao.
14. 7 they returned, and came to Enmishpat
14. 1 3 there came one that had escaped, aud told
16. 8 whence earnest thou? and whither wilt
1 8. 21 accordiug to the cry of it, which is come
19. i there came two angels to Sodom at even
19. 8 therefore came they under the shadow of
20. 3 But God came to Abimelech in a dream
20. 13 at every place whither we shall come,
22. 9 they came to the place which God had
23. 2 Abraham came to mourn for Sarah
24. 30 that lie came unto the man ; and, behold
24. 32 And the man came into the house : and
24. 41 when thou comest to my kindred
24. 42 I came this day unto the well, and said
24. 62 Isaac came from the way of the well
24. 63 and, behold, the camels (were) coining
25. 29 Esau came from the field, aud he (was)
26. 27 Wherefore come ye to me, seeing ye hate
26. 32 that Isaac s servants came, aud told him
27. 18 he came unto his father, and said
27. 33 have eaten of all before thou earnest, and
27. 35 he said, Thy brother came with itlbtilty
29. 6 Rachel his daughter cometh with the
29. 9 Rachel came with her father s sheep ; for
30. ii Leahsaid, A troop cometh: and she called
30. 16 Jacob came out of the field in the evening
30. 33 my righteousness answer, .in time to c.
30. 33 when it shall come for my hire before thy
30. 38 they should conceive when they came
31. 24 God came to Laban the Syrian in a dream
32. 6 We came to thy brother Esau, and also he
32. 8 If Esau come to the one company, and
32. ii I fear him, lest he will come and smite
32. 13 aud took of that which came to his hand
33. i and looked, and, behold, Esau came, aud
33. 14 until I come unto my lord unto Seir
33. 18 Jacob came to Shaleifl a city of Shechem
33. 1 8 when he came from Padan-aram ; and
34. 7 the sons of Jacob came out of the field
34. 20 And Hamor. .came unto the gate of their
34. 25 came upon the city boldly, and slew all
34. 27 The sons of Jacob came upon the slain
35. 6 Jacob came to Luz, which (is) in the land
35. 9 when he came out of Padan-aram, aud
35. 16 aud there was but a little way to come to
35. 27 Jacob came unto Isaac his father unto
37. 10 indeed come to bow down ourselves to
37. 14 he sent him out . . and he came to Shechem
37. 19 they said. . Behold, this dreamer cometh
37. 23 when Joseph was come unto his brethren
37. 25 a company of Ishmeelites came from (ill.
39. 16 laid up his garment, .until his lord came
41. 29 there come seven years of great plenty
41. 35 all the food of those good years that come
41. 50 two sons before the years of famine came
41. 54 the seven years of dearth began to come
41. 57 all countries came into Egypt to Joseph
42. 5 came to buy (corn)amongthose that came
42. 6 and Joseph s brethren came, and bowed
42. 7 aud he said unto them, Whence come ye?
42. 9 to see the nakedness of the land ye are c.
42. 10 but to buy food are thy servants come
42. 12 to see the nakedness of the laud ye are c
42. 15 except your youngest brother come hither
42. 21 therefore is this distress come upon us
42. 29 And they came unto Jacob their father
43. 21 it came to pass, when we came to the inn
43. 25 the present against Joseph came at noon
43. 26 when Joseph came home, they bmuirlit
44. 14 and his brethren came to Joseph s house
44. 30 when I come to thy servant my father
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COME
if) saying, Joseph s brethren are come
18 take your father, .and come unto me : and
19 and bring your father, and come
25 came into the land of Canaan unto Jacob
i came to Beersheba, and otfered sacritices
6 they took their cattle, .and came into
8 the children of Israel which came into
26 All the souls that came with Jacob into
26 which came out of his loins, besides
27 all the souls, .which came into Kgypt
28 and they came into the land of Ooshcn
31 My brethren, .are come unto me
i Joseph came and told I haraoh, and said
1 My father and my brethren, .are come
4 to sojourn in the land are we come
5 Thy father and thy brethren are come
15 all the Egyptians came unto Joseph, and
18 they came unto him the second year
2 Behold, thy son Joseph cometli untuthee
5 before I came unto thee into Egypt
7 for me, when I came from Padau, Kachel
7 but a little way to come unto Ephrath
6 my soul, come not thou into their secret
10 nor a lawgiver, .until Shiloh come
10 they came to the threshing Hoor of Atad
i children of Israel, which came into Egypt
i every man and his household came with
16 they came and drew (water), and filled
17 the shepherds came and drove them aw.
18 when they came to Reuel their father
18 How (is it that) ye are conieso soon to day
i came to the mountain of God.. to Horeb
9 the cry of the children of Israel is come
13 (when) I come unto the children of Israel
18 thou shall come, thou and the elders of I.
15 officers of the children of Israel came
23 since I came to Pharaoh to speak in thy
3 which shall go up and come into thine
24 there came a grievous swarm (of Hies) into
26 we must serve the LOUD until we come
23 will not sutfer the destroyer to come in
25 when ye be come to the land which the
20 it came between the camp of the Egypt.
20 the one came not near the other all the
28 all the host, .that came into the sea after
23 when they came to Marah, they could
27 they came to Elim, where (were) twelve
1 all the congregation . . came unto the wild.
22 all the rulers of the congregation cr.me
35 until they came to a laud inhabited
35 they came unto the borders of the land
8 Then came Amalek, and fought with Is.
5 Jethro. .came with his sous and his wife
, 6 I thy father in law Jethro am come unto
. 7 Moses went out. . and they came into
. 12 Aaron came, and all the elders of Israel
15 people come unto me to enquire of God
. 16 When they have a matter, they come unto
. i the same day came they (into) the wilder.
. 2 and were come (to) the desert of Sinai
. 7 Moses came and called for the elders of
. 9 Lo, I come unto thee in a thick cloud
. 20 Fear not : for God is come to prove you
i. 24 1 will come unto thee, and I will bless
. 9 the cause of both parties shall come before
. 15 if it (be) an hired (thing), it came for his
27 all the people to w horn thou shalt come
3 Moses came and told the people all the
30 when he cometh into the tabernacle of
10 every wise hearted among you shall come
21 they came, every one whose heart stirred
22 And they came, both men and women
4 And all the wise men. .came every man
34 (that) on which (such) water cometh shall
4 nor con. into the sanctuary, until the
1 6 he shall come unto the priest
8 after that he shall come into the camp
35 he that owneth the house shall come and
44 priest shall come and look, and, behold
14 come before the LORD unto the door of
2 that he come not at all tiir.es into the
3 Thus shall Aaron come into the holy(place)
23 Aaron shall come into the tabernacle of
26 and afterward come into the camp
28 and afterward he shall come into the camp
23 And when ye shall come into the land
2 When ye come into the land which I give
25 if any of his kin come to redeem it, then
5 Aaron shall come, and his sons, and they
15 the sons of Kohath shall come to I ear(it)
47 every one that came to do the sen-ice of
6 All the days, .he shall come at no dead
21 set up the tabernacle against they came
21 So they went up. .asmeiiiometollamath
22 they ascended by the south, and came
23 they came unto the brook of Eshcol, and
26 they went and came to Moses, and to A.
27 We came unto the land whither thou
30 Doubtless ye shall not come into the land
18 When ye come into the land whither I
43 Moses and Aaron came before the taber.
7 afterward he shall come into the camp
14 all that come into the tent, and all that
i came the children of Israel, (even) the
22 journeyed from Kadesh, and came unto
i that Israel came by the way of the spies
7 the people came to Moses, and said, We
23 came to Jahaz, and fought against Israel
27 Come into Heshbon, let the city of Sihon
7 they came unto Balaam, and spake unto
9 God came unto Balaam, and said, What
io they came to Balaam, and said to him
COME
Num 22. 20 And God came unto Balaam at night
22. 20 If the men come to cull thee, rise up, (and)
22. 39 and they came unto Kirjath-huzoth
23. 17 when he came to him, behold, he stood by
25. 6 one of the children of Israel came and
31. 14 captains over hundreds, which came from
31. 24 afterward ye shall come into the camp
32. 2 the children of Reuben came and spake
33. 9 they removed from Marah.and came unto
33. 40 heard of the coming of the children of I.
34. 2 When ye come into the land of Canaan
Deut. i. 19 we departed from Hc-reb. .and we came
i. 22 ye came near unto me every one of you
i. 22 and into what cities we shall come
i . 24 came unto the valley of Eshcol, and
1. 31 in all the way. .until ye came into this
9. 7 from the day . . until ye came unto this
11. 5 until ye came into this place
12. 5 (even) unto his habitation . .thou shalt co.
12. 9 ye are not as yet come to the rest and to
14. 29 the fatherless, and the widow . .shall come
17. 9 thou shalt come unto the priests the Lev.
18. 6 if a Levite come from any of thy sates
1 8. 6 come with all the desire of his mind unto
23. 10 he shall not come within the camp
23. ii he shall come into the camp (again)
23. 24 when thou comest into thy neighbour s
23. 25 When thou comest into the standing
26. i when thou (art) cbme in unto the land
28. 2 And all these blessings shall come on
28. 15, 45 all these curses shall come upon thee
29. 7 when ye came unto this place, Sihon the
29. 22 So that the generation to come of your
29. 22 the stranger that shall come from a far
30. i when all these things are come upon thee
32. 44 Moses came and spake all the words of
33. 2 The LORD came from Sinai, and rose up
33. 2 and he came with ten thousands of saints
33. 16 let (the blessing) come upon the head of
Josh. 2. they went, and came into an harlot s house
2. 4 There came men unto me, but I wist not
?. 18 (when) we come into the land, thou shalt
2. 22 they went, and came unto the mountain
2. 23 passed over, and came to Joshua the son
3. i theyremovedfromShittim.andcametoJ.
6. ii they came into the camp, and lodged in
6. 19 they shall come into the treasury of the
8. 1 1 drew nigh, and came before the city, and
9. 8 Who (are) ye? and from whence come ye?
9. 17 came unto their cities on the third day
10. 9 Joshua therefore came unto them sud.
11. s they came and pitched together at the
IT. 7 So Joshua came and all the people of
ii. 21 And at that time came Joshua, and cut
15. 18 she came (unto him), that she moved him
1 8. 4 and they shall come (again) to me
18. 9 came (again) to Joshua to the host at S.
20. 6 theu shall the slayer return, and come
22. 10 when they came unto the borders of Jor.
22. 15 they came unto the children of Reuben
23. 7 That ye come not among these nations
24. 6 I brought your fathers, .and ye came
24. ii ye went over Jordan, and came unto Jer.
ludg. i. 14 when she came (to him), that she moved
3. 20 Ehud came unto him ; and he was sitting
3. 24 When he was gone out, his servants came
4. 20 when any man doth come and enquire of
4. 22 when he came into her (tent), behold, Sis.
5. 19 The kings came (and) fought, then fought
5. 23 they came not to the help of the LORD
5. 28 Why is his chariot (so) long in coming?
6. 4 till thou come unto Gaza, and left no
6. 5 they came as grasshoppers for multitude
6. 1 1 And there came an angel of the LORD
6. 1 8 Depart not hence . .until I come unto thee
7. 13 came unto a tent, and smote it that it
7. 17 when I come to the outside of the camp
7. 19 came unto the outside of the camp it) the
8. 4 Gideon came to Jordan, (and) passed over
8. 13 he came unto the men of Succoth, and
9. 15 (then) come (and) put your trust in my
9. 24 That the cruelty (done) . . might come, and
9. 26 Gaal the son of Ebed came with his bre.
9. 31 Gaal. .and his brethren, be come to Shech.
9. 37 See there come people down by the middle
9. 37 another company come along by the plain
9. 52 Abimelech come unto the tower, and
9. 57 upon them came the curse of Jotham
ii. 16 unto the Red sea, and came to Kadesh
ii. 18 came by the east side of the land of Moab
ii. 18 but came not within the border of Moab
ii. 33 from Aroer even till thou come to Minnith
ii. 34 Jephthah came to Mizpeh unto his house
13. 6 the woman came and told her husband
13. 6 A man of God came unto me, and his
13. 8 let the man of God. .come again unto us
13. 9 the angel of God came again unto the wo.
13. 10 Behold, the man. .that came unto me the
13. ii Manoah arose, .and came to the man
34. 5 Samsou. .came to the vineyards of Tim.
35. 14 when he came unto Lehi, the Philistines
15. 14 the Spirit of the LORD came mightily
1 7. 8 the man departed . . and he came to mount
17. 9 Micah said unto him,Whence comest thou?
18. 2 who when they came to mount E., to the
18. 7 the five men departed, and came to Laish
18. 3 they came unto their brethren to Zorah
18. 10 When ye go, ye shall come unto a people
1 8. 13 Ephraim, and came unto the house of
18. 15 they turned, .and came to the house of
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18. 27 they took (the things), .and came unto L.
19. 10 he rose up . . and came over against Jebus 1
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. -.6 there came an old man from his work out
. 17 Whither goest thou t and whence comest
i. 22 Bring forth the man that came into thine
i. 26 Then came the woman in the dawning of
i I came into Giheah that (helongeth) to
L 10 when they come to Gibeah of Benjamin
.. 26 all the children of Israel . . came unto the
L 34 there came against Gibeah ten thousand
. 2 the people came to the house of God, and
. 8 behold, there came none to the camp from
. 22 when their fathers or their brethren come
. 2 they came into the country of Moab, and
. 19 two went until they came to Beth-lehem
. 22 they came to Beth-lehem in the beginning
. 3 she. .came, and gleaned in the field after
. 4 Boazcame from Bethlehem, and said unto
. 7 she came, and hath continued even from
. 7 she came softly, and uncovered his feet
. 14 Let it not be known that a woman came
. 1 6 when she came to her mother in law, she
. 19 they rose up . . and came to their house to
. 13 the priest s servant came, while the flesh
. 14 unto all the Israelites that came thither
. 15 they burnt the fat, the. .servant came
. 27 there came a man of God unto Eli, and
. 31 the days come, that I will cut off thine
. 34 this (shall be) a sign . . that shall come
. 36 that is left in thine house shall come
. 10 the LORD came, and stood, and called as at
. 3 Let us fetch the ark . . when it cometh
. 5 covenant of the LORD came into the camp
. 12 there ran a man. .and came to Shilon
. 13 when the man came into the city, and told
. 16 I (am) he that came out of the army, and
. 5 nor any that come into Dagon s house
. 10 it came to pass, as the ark of God came
. 1 4 the cart came into the field of Joshua
i the men of Kirjath-jearim came, and
13 the Philistines, .came no more into the
4 all the elders, .came to Samuel unto R.
12 haste now, for he came to day to the city
13 for the people will not eat until he come
15 LORD had told Samuel, .before Saul came
3 thou shalt come to the plain of Tabor
5 thou shalt come to the hill of God, where
5 when thou art come thither to the city
8 till I come to thee, and show thee what
10 when they came thither to the hill, behold
13 he had made an end of prophesying, he
14 that (they were) no where, we came to S.
22 enquired, .if the man should yet come
4 Then came the messengers to Gibeah of
5 Saul came after the herd out of the field
9 they said unto the messengers that came
9 the messengers came and showed (it) to
11 they came into the midst of the host in
12 the king of the children of Ammon came
8 but Samuel came not to Gilgal ; and the
10 as soon as he had made. .Samuel came
1 1 thou earnest not within the days appoint.
20 Saul and all the people . . came to the bat.
25 all (they of) the land came to a wood
5 Saul came to a city of Amalek, and laid
7 (until) thou comest to Shur, that (is) over
12 Saul came to Carmel. and. .he set him
13 Samuel came to Saul : and Saul said
4 spake, and came to Beth-lehem
4 the elders, .said. Comest thou peaceably?
5 and come with me to the sacrifice
1 1 we will not sit down till he come hither
21 David came to Saul, and stood before him
20 he came to the trench, as the host was
22 And David, .came and saluted his breth.
34 there came a lion . . and took a lamb out of
43 (Am) I a dog, that thou comest to me with
45 Thou comest to me with a sword, and
45 I come to thee in the name of the LORD
52 until thou come to the valley, and to
6 as they came . . women came out of all
1 8 So David, .came to Samuel to Raman
22 and came to a great well that (is) in S.
23 he. .prophesied until he came to Naioth
i David, .came and said before Jonathan
9 evil were determined by my father to
19 come to the place where thou didst hide
21 come thou : for (there is) peace to thee
27 cometh not the son of Jesse to meat
29 he cometh not unto the king s table
38 gathered up the arrows, and came to his
i Then came David to Nob to Ahimelech the
15 shall this (fellow) come into my house ?
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5 David departed, and came into the forest j n and they came all of them to the king
9 I saw the sou of Jesse coming to Nob; to
10 come to Keilah, to destroy the city for
27 there came a messenger unto Saul, saying
3 he came to the sheep cotes by the way
8 for we come in a good day : give, I pray
8 whatsoever cometh to thine hand unto
9 when David s young men came, they spake
12 David s young men. .came and told him all
19 Go on before me ; behold I come after
26 the LORD hath withholden thee from com.
33 which hast kept me this day from coming
34 except thou hadst hasted and come to
36 Abigail came to Nabal : and, behold, he
i the Ziphites came unto Saul to Gibeah
3 he saw that Saul came after him into the
5 David arose, and came to the place where
7 So David and Abishai came to the people
10 or his day shall come to die ; or he shall
15 for there came one of the people in to
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i Sa. 27. 9 David, .returned, and came to Achiah
28. 4 the Philistines, .came and pitched in Sh.
28. 8 and they came to the woman by night
28. 21 the woman came unto Saul, and saw that
29. 6 I have not found . . since the day of thy co.
30. 3 So David and his men came to the city
30. 9 So David . . came to the brook Besor
30. 21 David came to the two hundred men
30. 23 the company that came against us into
30. 26 when David came to Ziklag, he sent of
31. 4 come and thrust me through, and abuse
31. 7 the Philistines came and dwelt in them
31. 8 when the Philistines came to strip the
31. 12 All the valiant men arose, .and came to
283. i. 2 behold a man came out of the camp
i. 2 (so) it was, when he came to David, that
1. 3 David said unto him . . whence comest
2. 4 the men of Judah came, and there they
2. 23 as many as came to the place where Asa
2. 29 and they came to Mahanaim
3. 13 when thou comest to see my face
3. 20 Abner came to David to Hebron, and
3. 22 servants of David, .came from (pursuing)
3. 23 Abner the son of Ner came to the king
3. 24 Then Joab came to the king, and said
3. 24 Whathast thou doneV behold, Abnercanie
3.25 Abner the son of Ner . . he came to deceive
3. 35 the people came to cause David to eat
4. 4 was five years old when the tidings came
4. 5 sons of Rimmon. .came about the heat of
4. 6 they came thither into the midst of the
4. 7 when they came into the house, he lay on
5. i Then came all the tribes of Israel to David
5. 3 the elders of Israel came to the king to
5. 8 The blind and the lame shall not come
5. 1 8 The Philistines also came and spread
5. 20 David came to Baal-perazim, and David
5. 23 come upon them over against the mulb.
5. 25 from Geba until thou come to Gazer
6 6 when they came to Nachon s threshing
6. 9 How shall the ark of the LORD come to me ?
6. 16 as the ark of the LORD came into the city
8. 5 the Syrians of Damascus came to succour
10. 2 And David s servants came into the land
10. 14 So Joab returned., and came to Jerusalem
10. 16 Syrians that (were) beyond . . came to Hel.
10. 17 all Israel .. passed over Jordan, and carn^
11. 10 Camest thounot from (thy) journey ? why
11. 22 messenger went, and came and showed
12. i he came unto him, and said unto him
12. 4 there came a traveller unto the rich man
12. 20 David arose, .and came into the house of
12. 20 then he came to his own house ; and when
13. 5 when thy fathercometh. .let. .Tamarcome
13. 61 pray thee, let Tamar my sister come
13.11 said unto her, Come lie with me, my sister
13. 24 And Absalom came to the king, and said
13. 30 while they were in the way . .tidings came
13. 35 Behold, the king s sons come: as thy
13. 36 as soon as he had. .the king s sons came
14. 3 come to the king, and speak on this
14. 29 would not come, .he would not come
14. 31 T,hen Joab arose, and came to Absalom
14. 32 Come hither, that I may send thee to the
14. 33 So Joab came to the king, and told him
14. 33 he came to the king, and bowed himself
15. 2 any man that had a controversy came
15. 4 every man which hath, .cause might come
15. 6 to all Israel that came to the king for
15. 13 there came a messenger to David, saying
15. iSsix hundred men. .came after him from G.
15. 20 Whereas thou earnest (but) yesterday
15. 28 I will tarry, .until there come word from
15. 37 Hushai, David s friend, came into the
15. 37 and Absalom came into Jerusalem
16. 5 when king David came to Bahurim
16. 14 the people that (were) with him, came
1 6. 15 and all the people, .came to Jerusalem
17. 2 I will come upon him while he (is) weary
17. 12 shall we come upon him in some place
17. 17 they might not be seen to come into tha
17. 18 and came to a man s house in Buhurim
17. 20 Absalom s servants came to the woman t>
17. 24 Then David came to Mahanaim. And Ab.
18. 27 a good man. .cometh with good tidings
18. 31 And, behold, Cushicame; and Cushi said
19. 5 Joab came into the house to the king, and
19. 8 And all the people came before the king
19. 15 the king returned, and came to Jordan
19. 15 Judah came to Gilgal, to go to meet the
19. 24 until the day he come (again) in peace
19. 41 all the men of Israel came to the king
20. 3 David came to his house at Jerusalem
20. 12 every one that came by him stood still
20. 15 they came and besieged him in Abel of
23. 13 three of the thirty, .came to David in
24. 6 they came to Gilead . . they came to Dau-j .
24. 7 And came to the stronghold of Tyre, and
24. 8 they came to Jerusalem at the end of nine
24. 13 Gad came to David, and told him, and
24. 13 Shall seven years of famine come unto
24. 18 And Gad came that day to David, and
i Ki. i. 28 And she came into the king s presence
i. 32 And they came before the king
i. 35 that he may come and sit upon my throne
i. 42 the son of Abiathar the priest came
i. 47 the king s servants came to bless our
1. 53 he came and bowed himself to king Solo.
2. 13 And Adonijah the son of Haggith came
2. 13 And she said, Comest thou peaceably?
2. 28 Then tidings came to Joab, for Joab had
2. 30 Benaiah came to the tabernacle of the L.
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r K_i. 3. 15 he came to Jerusalem, ami stood before
3. 16 Then came there two women .. harlots
4. 34 there came of all people to hear the wisdom
7. 14 he came to king Solomon, and wrought
8. 3 all the elders of Israel came, and . . took up
8. 31 the oath come before thine altar in this
8. 41 cometh out of a far country for thy name s
8. 42 he shall come ami pray toward this house
9. 28 And they came toOphir, und fetched, .gold
10. i she came to prove him with hard questions
o. 2 she came to Jerusalem with a very great
o. 7 I believed not the words, until I came
o. 10 there came no more such abundance of
o. 12 there came no such alinug trees, nor were
o. 14 the weight of gold that came to Solomon
10. 22 once in three years came the navy of Thar,
n. 1 8 they arose out of Midian, and came to P.
11. 18 they came to Egypt unto Pharaoh, king
12. 3 and all the congregation of Israel came
12. 1 2 the people came to Rehoboam the third
13 t there came a man of God out of Judah
13 7 Come home with me, and refresh thyself
13. 10 he . . returned not by the way that he came
13. 1 1 his sons came and told him all the works
13. 12 what way the man of God. .which came
13. 14 the man of God that earnest from Judah ?
13. 21 unto the man of God that came from J
13. 22 thy carcase shall not come unto the sep.
13. 25 they came and told (it) in the city where
13. 29 the old prophet came to the city, to mourn
14. 4 Jeroboam s wife, .carne to the house of
14. 5 the wife of Jeroboam cometh to ask a
14. 13 for he only, .shall corns to the grave
14. 17 Jeroboam s wife arose . . and came to Tirz.
17. io when he came to the gate of the city
18. 12 when I come and tell Ahab, and he cannot
19. 3 he arose, .and came to Beer-sheba, which
19. 4 he. .came and sat down under a juniper
19. 9 he came thither unto a cave, and lodged
Tig. 15 when thou comest, anoint Hazael (to be)
20. 30 Ben-hadad fled, and came into the city
20. 32 So they . . came to the king of Israel, and
20. 43 the king of Israel, .came to Samaria
21. 4 Ahab came into his house heavy and
21. 5 Jezebel his wife came to him, and said
22. 15 So he came to the king. And the king
22. 27 with water of affliction, until I come in
j JLi. i. 13 came and fell on his knees before Elijah
a. 4 So they came to Jericho
2. 15 they came to meet him, and bowed them.
3. 20 behold, there came water by the way of
3. 24 when they came to the camp of Israel
4. i the creditor is come to take . . my two sons
4. 7 Then she came and told the man of God
4. io it shall be, when he cometh to us, that he
4. ii it fell OH a day, that he came thither, and
4. 25 she went, and came unto the man of God
4. 27 she came to the man of God to the hill
4. 39 came and shred (them) into the pot of
4. 42 there came a man from Baal-shalisha
5. 8 let him come now to me, and he shall kno.
5. 9 Naaman came with his horses and with
5. 15 he and all his company, .came and stood
5. 24 when he came to the tower, he took (them)
6. 4 when they came to Jordan, they cut
6. 14 they came by night, and compassed the
6. 23 So the bands of Syria came no more into
6. 32 ere the messenger came to him, he said
6. 32 when the messenger cometh, shut the
7. 6 the kings of the Egyptians . . come upon
7. 8 these lepers came to the uttermost part
7. 8 came again, and entered into another
7. io they came and called unto the porter of
7. io We came to the camp of the Syrians, and
8. i it shall . . come upon the land seven years
8. 7 Elisha came to Damascus ; and Beu-hadad
8. 9 forty camels burden, and came and stood
8. 14 he departed from Elisha, and came to his
9. 2 when thou comest thither, look out there
9. 5 when he came, .the captains of the host
9. 17 spied the company of Jehu, as he came
9. 17 he came, and said, I see a company
9. 1 8 The messenger came to them, but he
9. 19 he sent out a second . . which came to them
9. 20 came even unto them, and cometh not
jo. 2 Now as soon as this letter cometh to you
10. 6 come to me. .by to morrow this time
10. 7 it came to pass, when the letter came to
io. 8 there came a messenger, and told him
io. 17 when he came to Samaria, he slew all
10. 21 there was not a man left that came not
10. 21 all the worshippers of Baal came, so that
11. 8 he that cometh within the ranges, let him
ii. 9 and came to Jehoiada the priest
ii. 13 she came to the people into the temple of
11. 19 he . . came by the way of the gate of the
12. 9 as one cometh into the house of the LORD
14. 13 came to Jerusalem, and brake down the
15. 14 Menahem. .came to Samaria, and smote
15. 19 the king of Assyria came against the land
15. 29 In the days of Pekah. .came Tiglath-pile.
16. 6 the Syrians came to Elath.and dwelt there
16. ii against king Ahaz came from Damascus
17. 28 one of the priests, .came and dwelt in
1 8. 17 and they went up, and came to Jerusalem
18. 17 they came and stood by the conduit of
18. 32 Until I come and take you away to a
18. 37 Then came Eliakim the son of Hilkiah
19. 5 servants of king Hezekiah came to Isaiah
19. 32 He shall not come into this city, nor
IQ. 32 nor come before it with shield, nor cast
19. 33 the way that he came, by the same shall
2 Ki.ig. 33 and shall not come into this city, saith
20. i Isaiah the son of Amoz came to him, and
20. 14 Then came Isaiah the prophet unto king
20. 14 and from whence came they unto thee !
20. 17 days come, that all that (is) in thine house
22. 9 Shaphan the scribe came to the king, and.
23. 17 of the man of God, which came from Ju.
23. 18 the bones of the prophet that came out
23. 34 and he came to Egypt, and died there
24. 1 1 king of Babylon came against the city
25. i Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon came
25. 8 in the fifth month . . came Nebuzar-adan
25. 23 there came to Gedaliah to Mizpah
25. 25 came, and ten men with him, and smote
35. 26 all the people, both small and great . . came
1 Ch. 2. 55 These (are) the Kenites that came of
4. 41 these written by name came in the days
7. 22 and his brethren came to comfort him
9. 25 their brethren . .(were) to come after
io. 4 lest these uncircnnicised come and abuse
io. 7 and the Philistines came and dwelt in
10. 8 when the Philistines came to strip the
11. 3 Therefore came all the elders of Israel to
11. 5 Thou shall not come hither. Nevertheless
12. i Now these (are) they that came to David
12. 16 there came of the children of Benjamin
12. 19 when he came with the Philistines against
12 22 day by day there came to David to help
12. 23 came to David to Hebron, to turn the
12. 31 which were expressed by name, to come
12. 38 All these men of war. .came with a perfect
13. 9 when they came unto the threshing lloor
14. 9 the Philistines came and spread them
14. 14 come upon them overagainst the mulberry
15. 29 (as) the ark. .came to the city of David
16. 29 bring an offering, and come before him
16. 33 because he cometh to judge the earth
17. 16 David the king came and sat before the
1 8. 5 when the Syrians of Damascus came to
19. 2 so the servants of David came into the
19. 7 his people ; who came and pitched before
IQ. 7 gathered themselves, .and carne to battle
19. 15 Then Joab came to Jerusalem
19. 17 he.. passed over Jordan, and came upon
20. i and came and besieged Kabbah. But
21. 4 Joab departed, .and came to Jerusalem
21. ii So Gad came to David, and said unto him
21. 21 as David came to Oman, Oman looked
24. 19 to come into the house of the LORD
2 Ch. i. 13 Solomon came (from his journey) to the
5. 4 the elders of Israel came ; and the Levites
6. 22 the oath come before thine altar in this
6. 32 if they come and pray in this house
7. ii and all that came into Solomon s heart
8. ii the ark of the LORD hath come
9. i she came to prove Solomon with hard
9. 6 I believed not their words, until I came
9. 13 the weight of gold that came to Solomon
9. 21 every three years once came the ships of
10. 3 all Israel came and spake to Rehoboam
10. 12 Jeroboam and all the people came to R.
11. 1 6 all the tribes of Israel. . came to Jerusalem
12. 3 without number that came with him out
12. 4 he took the fenced cities, .and came to
12. 5 Then came Shemaiah the prophet to R.
12. ii the guard came and fetched them, and
13. 9 whosoever cometh to consecrate himself
14. 9 Zelah the Ethiopian. .camf> unto Maresh.
16. 7 the seer came to Asa king of Judah, and
19 10 what, .shall come to you of your brethren
20. i came against Jehoshaphat to battle
20. 2 there came some that told Jehoshaphat
20. 2 There cometh a great multitude against
20. 4 even out of all . . cities of J udah they came
20. 9 ( when) evil cometh upon us, (as) the
20. io when they came out of the land of Egypt
20. 1 1 to come to cast us out of thy possession
20. 12 this great company that cometh against
20. 24 Judah came toward the watch tower in
20. 25 his people came to take away the spoil
20. 28 they came to Jerusalem with psalteries
21. 12 there came a writing to him from Elijah
22. i the band of men that came with the Ar.
22. 7 the destruction .. was of God, by coming
23. 2 they went about, .and they came toJern.
23. 6 let none come into the house of the LORD
23. 12 she came to the people into the house of
23. 20 they came through the high gate into the
24. 1 1 the high priest s officer came and emptied
24. 17 after the death of Jehoiada came the pr.
24. 23 they came to Judah and Jerusalem, and
24. 24 the Syrians came with a small company
23. 7 But there came a man of God to him, say.
28. c, he went out before the host that came to
28. 12 stood up against them that came from
28. 17 theEdomiteshadcomeand smitten Judah
28. 20 Tilgath-pilneser king of Assyria came
29. 15 they gathered their brethren .. and came
29. 17 on the eighth day of the month came they
30. i they should come to the house of the L.
30. 5 they should come to keep the passover
30. ii divers, .humbled themselves, and came
30. 25 all the congregation that came out of Is.
30. 25 the strangers that came out of the land
30. 27 their prayer came (up) to his holy dwell.
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31. 8 and the princes came and saw the heaps
32. i Sennacherib king of Assyria came, and
32. 4 Why should the kings of Assyria come
32. 26 the wrath of the LORD came not upon
34. 9 when they came to Hilkiah the high pri.
35. 22 and came to fight in the valley of Megiddo
Ezra 2. 2 Which came with Zerubbabel : Jeshua
Ezra 3. 8 the second year of their coming untu the
7. 8 he came to Jerusalem in the fifth month
7. 9 on the first (day) of the fifth month came
8. 32 we came to Jerusalam, and abode there
io. 8 whosoever would not come within three
io. 14 Let. .our rulers, .come at appointed
Neh. i. 2 Hanani, one of my brethren, came, he
2. 7 convey me over till I come into Judah
2.9! came to the governors beyond the river
2. ii I came to Jerusalem, and was there three
4. 8 to come (and) to fight against Jerusalem
4. ii They shall not know, .till we come in the
4. 12 when the Jews which dwelt by them came
5. 17 those that carne unto us from among the
6. io I came unto the house of Shemaiah the
6. io for they will come to slay thee
6. io in the night will they come to slay thee
6. 17 and (the letters) of Tobiah came unto
7. 7 who came with Zerubbabel, Jeshua, N.
13. i the Moabite should not come into the
13. 6 came I unto the king, and after certain
13. 7 I came to Jerusalem, and understood of
13. 21 From that time forth came they no (more)
13. 22 I commanded, .(that) they should tome
Esth. i. 12 queen Vashti refused to come :it the king s
i. 17 to be brought in. .but she came not
1. 19 That Vashti come no more before king A.
2. 13 Then thus came (every) maiden unto the
4. 2 And came even before the king s gate
4- 4 Esther s maids and her chamberlains carne
4. 9 Hatach came and told Esther the words
4. ii whosoever, whether man or woman,shall c.
5. 4 let the king and Haman come this day
5. 5 So the king and Haman carne to the ban.
5. 8 let the king and Haman come to the ban.
5. io when he came home, he sent and called
7. i the king and Haman came to banquet
8. i and Mordecai came before the king
9. 25 But when (Esther) came before the king
Job i. 6 there was a day., the sons of God came
i. 6 and Satan came also among them
i. 7 LORD said unto Satan, Whence comest
i. 14 there came a messenger unto Job, and
i 16, 17, 18 While he (was)., speaking, .came
1. 19 there came a great wind from the wilder.
2. i the sons of God came to present them.
2. i Satan came also among them, to present
2. 2 the LORD said. .From whence comest thou?
2. ii had made an appointment together to c.
3. 6 let it not come into the number of the
3. 7 let no joyful voice come therein
3. 24 For my sighing cometh before I eat, and
3. 26 neither was I quiet ; yet trouble came
5. 21 be afraid of destruction when it cometh
5. 26 shalt come to (thy) grave in a full age
6. 20 they came thither, and were ashamed
9. 32 (and) we should come together in judg.
13. 16 for an hypocrite shall not come before him
14. 14 will I wait, till my change come
17. io as for you all, do ye return, and come now
19. 12 His troops come together, and raise up
21. 17 (how oft) cometh their destruction upon
r 3 . 3 (that) I might come (even) to his seat
27. 9 Will God hear, .cry when trouble cometh
28. 20 Whence then cometh wisdom ? and where
"o. 13 The blessing of him. .came upon me
30. 26 I looked for good, then evil came (unto me)
30. 16 when I waited for light, there came dark.
37. 9 out of the south cometh the whirlwind
38. ii Hitherto shalt thou come, but no further
41. 13 (or) who can come (to him) with his
41. 16 that no air can come between them
42. ii Then came there unto him all his brethren
Psa. 5. 7 I will come (into) thy house in the multi.
18. 6 my cry came before him, (even) into his
22. 31 They shall come, and shall declare his
35. 8 Let destruction come upon him at una.
37. 13 for he seeth that his day is coming
40. 7 Then said I, Lo, I come : in the volume
41. 6 if he come to see (me), he speaketh vanity
42. 2 when shall I come and appear before God ?
50. 3 Our God shall come, and shall not keep
51. title, when Nathan the prophet came unto
52. title, when Doeg the Edomite came and
54 title, when the Ziphims came and said to S.
65! 2 unto thee shall all flesh come
69. 27 let them not come into thy righteousness
71 18 thy power to every one (that is) to come
79. it Let the sighing of the prisoner come
86. 9 nations whom thou hast made shall come
88 2 Let my prayer come before thee : incline
95 6 O come, let us worship and bow down : let
06 8 bring an offering, and come into his courts
06 13 for he cometh, for he cometh to judge the
98 9 for he cometh to judge the earth : with
100. 2 come before his presence with singing
101. 2 O when wilt thou come unto me ? I will
102. i O LOUD, .let my cry come unto thee
105. io Until the time that his word came : the
105. 23 Israel also came into Egypt ; and Jacob
105. 31 He spake, and there came divers sorts of
105. 34 He spake, and the locusts came, and
109. 1 8 let it come into his bowels like water
118. 26 Blessed (be) he that cometh in the name
119. 170 Let my supplication come before thee
121. i unto the hills, from whence cometh my
132. 3 Surely I will not come into the tabernacle
l*rov. i. 26 I will mock when your fear cometh
i. 27 When your fear cometh as desolation, and
i. 27 your destruction cometh as a whirlwind
i. 27 when distress and anguish cometh upon
3. 25 Be not afraid of. .fear, .when it cometh
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frov. :. ii So shall thy poverty come as one that
6. 15 Therefore shall, .calamity come suddenly
7. 20 He., will come home at the day appointed
ii. 2 (When) pride cometh, theii cometh shame
ii. 8 and the wicked cometh in his stead
13. 12 (when) the desire cometh, (it is) a tree of
18. 3 When the wicked cometh, (then) cometh
;8. 17 his neighbour cometh and searcheth him
24. 25 a good blessing shall come upon them
24. 34 So shall thy poverty come (as) one that
26. 2 so the curse causeless shall not come
Ecc], i. 4 generation passetli away.. (another).. c.
2. 12 what (can) the man (do) that cometh after
2. 16 the days to come shall all be forgotten
5. 3 a dream cometh through the multitude
5. 15 As he came forth of his mother s womb
5. 15 naked shall he return to go as he came
5. 16 in all points as he came, so shall he go
8. 10 who had come and gone from the place
9. 14 and there came a great king against it
11. 8 All that cometh (is) vanity
12. i while the evil days come not, nor the years
Song 2. 8 behold, he cometh, leaping upon the
4 8 Come with me from Lebanon, (my)spouse
4. 16 come, thou south. . Let my beloved come
Isa. i. 12 When ye come to appear before me, who
1. 23 neither doth the cause of the widow come
5. 19 the Holy One of Israel draw nigh and e.
5 26 behold, they shall come with speed
7. 17 shall bring, .days that have not come
7. 19 they shall come, and shall rest all of them
7. 24 With arrows and with bows shall (men) c.
7. 25 there shall not come thither the fear of
10. 3 the desolation (which) shall come from far
13. 5 They come from a far country, from the
13. 6 it shall corns as a destruction from the
23. 9 Behold, the day of the LORD cometh, cruei
13. 22 her time (is) near to come, and her days
14. 9 moved for thee to meet (thee) at thy com.
14. ji there shall come from the north a smoke
16. 12 that he shall come to his sanctuary to pray
19. i the LORD rideth. .shall come into Egypt
19. 23 the Assyrian shall come into Egypt, and
20. i In the year that Tartan came unto Ashdod
21. i it cometh from the desert, from a terrible
21. 9 And, behold, here cometh a chariot of
27. 6 cause them that come of Jacob to take
27. ii the women come, (and) set them on lire
27. 13 they shall come which were ready to perish
30. 1 3 whose breaking cometh suddenly at an
30. 27 the name of the LORD cometh from far
30. 29 to come into the mountain of the LORD
32. 10 shall fail, the gathering shall not come
35. 4 behold, your God will come . . he will come
35. 10 the ransomed . . shall return, and come to
36. 1 7 Until I come and take you away to a land
36. 22 Then came Eliakim the son of Hilkiah
37. 5 the servants of king Hezekiah came to I.
37. 29 back by the way by which thou earnest
37. 33 He shall not come into this city, nor shoot
37. 33 nor come before it with shields, nor cast
37. 34 By the way that he came, by the same
37. 34 and shall not come into this city, saith
38. i the son of Amoz, came unto him, and said
39. 3 Then came Isaiah the prophet unto king
35. 3 and from whence came they unto thee
39. 6 the days come, that all that (is) in thine
40. 10 the Lord GOD will come with a strong
41. 22 or declare us things for to come
41. 25 I have raised up. .and he shall come
44. 7 and shall come, let them show unto them
45. 20 Assemble yourselves and come ; draw
4?. 24 (even) to him shall (men) come ; and all
47. y these two (things) shall come to thee in
47. 9 they shall come upon thee in their perfe.
47. IT Therefore shall evil come upon thee; thou
47. ii desolation shall come upon thee suddenly
47. 13 (these things) that shall come upon thee
49. 12 Behold, these shall come from far; and
49 1 8 all these gather themselves, .(and) come
50. 2 Wherefore, when I came, (was there) no
51. ii come with singing unto Zipn; and ever.
52. i there shall no more come into thee the
56. i for my salvation (is) near to come, and
59. 20 And the Redeemer shall come to Zion
60. 4 they gather themselves together, they c.
60. 4 thy sons shall come from far, and thy
60. 5 forces of the Gentiles shall come unto thee
60. 6 all they from Sheba shall come : they
60. 13 The glory of Lebanon shall come unto thee
62. ii Behold, thy salvation cometh; behold, his
63. i Who (is) this that cometh from Edom
66. 7 she brought forth ; before her pain came
66. 15 behold, the LORD will come with fire, and
d(\ 18 it shall come, that I will gatherall nations
66. 18 and they shall come, and see my glory
66. 23 shall all flesh come to worship before me
Jer. i. 15 For, lo, I will call, .and they shall come
2. 3 evil shall come upon them, saith the L.
2. 31 We are lords ; we will come no more unto
3. 18 they shall come together out of the laud
4. 12 a full tvind . .shall come unto me
4. 16 watchers come from a far country, and
5. 12 (It is) not he ; neither shall evil come
6. 3 shepherds with their flocks shall corne
6. 20 To what purpose cometh there to me
6. 22 Behold, a people cometh from the north
6 26 the spoiler shall suddenly come upon us
7. 10 come and stand before me in this house
7. 32 behold, the days come, saith the LORD
8. 7 observe the time of their coming ; but
9- 17 Consider ye. .that they may come ; and
Jer. 9. 17 send for. .(women), that they may come
9. 25 Behold, the days come, saith the LOUD
1 3. 20 and behold them that come from the north
14. 3 they came to the pits, (and) found no
16. 14 Therefore, behold, the days come, saith
16. 19 Gentiles shall come unto thee from the
17. 6 he. .shall not see when good cometh
17. 8 he. .shall not see when heat cometh, but
17. 15 the word of the LORD? letitcomenow
17. 26 they shall come from the cities of Judah
iq. 6 behold, the days come, saith the LORD
19. 14 Then came Jeremiah from Topliet
20. 6 thou shall come to Babylon, and there
22. 23 how. .shalt thou be when pangs come
23. 5, 7 Behold, the days come, saith the LORD
23. 17 No evil shall come upon you
25. 31 A noise shall come (even) to the ends of
26. 2 speak unto all . . which come to worship in
27. 3 the hand of the messengers which come
27. 7 until the very time of his land come
30. 3 For, lo, the days come, saith the LORD
31. 9 They shall come with weeping, and with
31. 12 they shall come and sing in the height of
31. 27, 31, 38 Behold, the days come, saith the
32. 7 Behold, Hanameel. .shall come unto thee
32. 8 mine uncle s son, came to me in
32. 29 the Chaldeans, .shall come and set fire
33. 5 They come to flght with the Chaldeans
33. 14 Behold, the days come, saith the LORD
35. ii Come, and lei us go to Jerusalem for fear
36. 6 of all Judah that come out of their cities
36. 9 to all the people that came from the cities
36. 14 took the roll in his hand, and came unto
36. 29 The king of Babylon shall certainly come
37. 19 The kingof Babylon shall not come against
38. 25 if the princes hear, .and they corne unto
38. 27 Then came all the princes unto Jeremiah
39. i In the ninth year, .came Nebuchadrezzar
40. 4 If it seem good unto thee to come with
40. 4 come, and I will look well unto thee ; but
40. 4 if it seem ill unto thee to come with me
40. 8 Then they came to Gedaliah to Mizpah
40. 10 to serve the Chaldeans, which will come
40. 12 all the Jews, .came to the land of Judah
40. 13 all the captains, .came to Gedaliah to M.
41. i even ten men with him, carne unto Geda.
41. 5 there came certain from Shechem, from
41. 6 Come to Gedaliah the son of Ahikam
41. 7 when they came into the midst of the city
43. 7 So they came into the land of Egypt : for
43. 7 Thus came they (even) to Tahpanhes
43. :i when he cometh, he shall smite the land
46. 13 Nebuchadrezzar, .should come(and)smite
46. 18 (As) I live, saith the King, .shall he come
46. 20 Egypt (is like), .(but) destruction cometh
46. 20 it cometh out of the north
46. 22 come against her with axes, as hewers of
47. 4 the day that cometh to spoil all the Ph.
48. 8 the spoiler shall come upon every city
48. 1 2 behold, the days come, saith the LORD
48. 16 The calamity of Moab (is) near to come
49. 2 behold, the days come, saith the LORD
49. 4 (saying), Who shall come unto me ?
49. 9 If grape-gatherers come to thee, would
49. 14 Gather ye together, and come against
49. 36 the outcasts of Elam shall not come
50. 4 the children of Israel shall come, they and
50. 5 Come, and let us join ourselves to the
50. 26 Come against her from the utmost border
50. 41 Behold, a people shall come from the
51. 10 come, and let us declare in Zion the work
51. 13 abundant in treasures, thine end is come
51. 33 and the time of her harvest shall come
51. 46 a rumour shall both come (one) year
51. 47 the days come, that I will do judgment
51. 48 the spoilers shall come unto her from
51. 52 behold, the days come, saith the LORD
51. 53 shall spoilers come unto her, saith the
51. 60 all the evil that should come upon Baby.
51. 61 When thou comest to Babylon, .read all
52. 4 Nebuchadrezzar king of Babylon came
52. 12 in the tenth (day) of the month., came N.
Lam. i. 4 because none come to the solemn feasts
i. 22 Let all their wickedness come before thee
Eze. i. 4 behold, a whirlwind came out of the north
3. 15 I came to them of the captivity at Tel-a.
4. 14 neither came there abominable flesh into
7. 25 Destruction cometh ; and they shall seek
7. 26 Mischief shall come upon mischief, and
9. 2 six men came from the way of the higher
ii. 16 in the countries where they shall corne
11. 1 8 they shall come thither, arid they shall
12. 16 among the heathen whither they come
14. i Then came certain of the elders of Israel
14. 4, 7 his iniquity before his face, and cometh
14- 4, the LORD will answer him that cometh
16. 16 (the like things) shall not come, neither
16. 33 that they may come unto thee on every
17. 3 A great eagle . . came unto Lebanon, and
20. i certain of the elders of Israel came to
21. 7 For the tidings, because it cometh : and
21. 7 behold, it cometh, and shall be brought
21. 19 sword of the king of Babylon may come
21. 20 Appoint a way, that the sword may come
21. 27 it shall be no (more), until he come whose
22. 3 in the midst of it, that her time may come
23-17 the Babylonians came to her into the bed
23. 24 they shall come against thee with chariots
23. 39 they came the same day into my sanctuary
23. 40 that ye have sent for men to come from
23. 40 they came : for whom thou didst wash
24. 24 when this cometh, ye shall know that I
Eze. 24. 26 he that esoapcth in that day shall come
30. 4 And the sword shall come upon Kgypt
30. 9 as in the day of Kgypt : for, lo, it cometh
33. 3 when he seeth the sword come upon the
33. 4 if the sword come and take him away, his
33. 6 But if the watchman see the sword come
33. 6 if the sword come and take (any) person
33. 21 one that had escaped out of Jerusalem c.
33. 22 afore he that was escaped came, and had
33. 22 until he came to me in the morning; and
33. 30 Come, .and hear .the word that cometh
33. 31 they dime unto thee as the people cometh
33. 33 lo it will come, then shall they know
36. 8 for they are at hand to come
37. 9 Come from the four winds, O breath, and
37. 10 and the breath came into them, and they
38. 8 in the latter years thou shalt come into
38. 9 Thou shalt ascend and come like a storm
38. 13 Art thou come to take a spoil ? hast thou
38. is thou shalt come from thy place out of thft
38. 18 Gog shall come against the land of Israel
39. 17 Assemble yourselves, and come; gather
40. 6 Then came he unto the gate which look.
43. 2 the glory of the God of Israel came from
43. 3 that I saw when I came to destroy the c.
43. 4 the glory of the LORD came into the house
44. 25 they shall come at no dead person to
46. 9 the people of the land shall come before
47. 9 whithersoever the rivers shall come, shall
47. 9 because these waters shall come thither
47. 9 shall live whither the river cometh
47. 20 till a man come over against Hamath
Dan. i. i In the third year, .came Nebuchadnezzar
2. 2 So they came and stood before the king
8. 5 oehold, an he goat came from the west
8. 6 he came to the ram that had (two) horni
8. 17 So he came near . .and when he came
9. 26 the people of the prince that shall come
o. 3 neither came flesh nor wine in my mouth
o. 13 one of the chief princes, came to help me
o. 20 Kuowestthouwhereforelconieiintothee?
0. 20 lo, the prince of Grecia shall come
1. 6 king s daughter of the south shall come
ii. 7 which shall come with an army, and shall
ii. o the king of the south shall come
ii. 10 (one) shall certainly come, and overflow
ii. 13 shall certainly come after certain years
ii. 15 So the king of the north shall come
ir. 16 he that cometh. .shall do according
ii. 29 he shall return, and come toward the so.
ii. 30 the ships of Chittim shall come against
ii. 45 yet he shall come to his end, and none
Hos. 4. 15 come not ye unto Gilgal, neither go ye up
6. 3 he shall come unto us as the rain, as the
9. 4 their bread for their soul shall not come
10. 12 till he come and rain righteousness upon
13. 13 The sorrows of a. .woman shall come
13. 15 an east wind shall come, the wind of the
Joel i. 13 come, lie all nightin sackcloth, ye minis.
1. 15 destruction from the Almighty shall co.
2. i for the day of the LORD cometh, for (it is)
2. 31 before the great, .day of the LORD come
3. ii come, all ye heathen .. gather yourselves
3. ii cause thy mighty ones to come down, O
3. 13 come,get yon down ; for the press is full
Amos 4. 2 lo, the days shall come upon you, that
4. 4 Come to Beth-el, and transgress ; at Gilgal
5. 9 the spoiled shall come against the fortress
6. i nations, to whom the house of Israel came !
8. ii the days come, saith the Lord Gon, that
9. 13 Behold, the days come, saith the LORD
Obad. . 5 If thieves came to thee, if robbers by
5 if the grape-gatherers came to thee
Jon. i. 8 What.. thine occupa ? and whence comest
Mic. i. 15 he shall come unto Adullam the glory of
3.11 none evil can come upon us
4. 8 unto thee shall it come, even the first do.
4. 8 the kingdom shall come to the daughter
5. 5 when the Assyrian shall come into our
5. 6 when he cometh into our land, and when
7. 4 the day of thy watchmen . .cometh
7. 12 (In) that day (also) he shall come even to
Ilab. i. 8 and their horsemen shall come from far
1. 9 They shall come all for violence : their
2. 3 it will surely come, it will not tarry
3. 3 God came from Teman, and the Holy
Zeph. 2. 2 the fierce anger of the LORD come upon
2. 2 the day of the LORD S anger come upon
Hag. i. 14 they came and did work in the house
2. 7 and the desire of all nations shall come
2. 16 (one) came to an heap of twenty (measures)
2. 1 6 (one) came to the press fat for to draw
Zech. i. 21 Thec.i said I, What come these to do?
2. 10 I come, and I will dwell in the midst of
6. 10 come thou the same day, and go into the
6. 15 they (that are) far off shall come and build
8. 20 that there shall come people, and the
8. 22 stront; nations shall come to seek the L.
9. 9 behold, thy King cometh unto thee
2. 9 all the nations that come against Jerusa
4. i Behold, the day of the LORD cometh, and
4. 5 the LORD my God shall come, (and) all the
4. 16 the nations which came against Jerusalem
4. 18 the family of Egypt go not up, and come
4. 18 the LORD will smite the heathen that come
4. 21 all they that sacrifice shall come and take
Mai 3. i the LORD, .ye seek, shall suddenly come
3. i behold, he shall come, saith the LORD of
3. 2 who may abide the day of his coming?
4. i the day cometh . .the day that cometh
4. 5 the coming of the great and dreadful day
4. 6 I come and smite the earth with a curso
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6. To tread, proceed, T!? darak.
Nuni24. 17 there shall come a star out of Jacob, ami
7. To coine, r^n ImJnl.
Kzra 5. 5 to cease, till the matter came to Darius
8. To fa, .T? hayalt.
Gen. 15. i the word of the LOKU came uuto Abram
9. To ;/(>, proceed, go on, n pn halak.
Gen. 32. 6 also lie cometh to meet thee. and four li.
NUIIIJJ. 14 and said, Baalain refuseth to come with
22. 16 Let nothing..hinder thee from coming
22. 37 wherefore earnest thou not uuto me?
Dent. .-. 14 the space in which we came, .(was) thirty
Josh. 6. 9 and the rereward came after the .irk
6. 13 the rereward came after the ark of the
2Sa. 13. 34 there came much people by the way of
i Ki.i3- 9 by the same way that thou came-,t
13. 17 again to go by the way that thou camrst
Job 20. 25 the glittering sword cometh out of his
Keel. i. 7 the plan- from whence the ri/ers come
Isa. 60. 3 the Gentiles shall come to thy light, and
60. 14 sons also of them, .shall come bending
Mic. 4. 2 And many nations shall come, and say
10. To be turned, ^3.7 ha/>/uik, 2.
i Sa. 4. 19 she. .travailed ; for her pains came upon
11.7*0 be begotten, born, I1
?; yahid, 2.
Deut 15. 19 All. .that come of thy herd and of thy
12. To <jo, proceed, ^S; yalo.k.
Gen. 19. 32 Come, let us make our father drink wine
29. i Then Jacob, .came into the land of the
31. 44 come thou, let us make a covenant. I and
37. 13 come, and I will send thee unto them
37. 20 Come now therefore, and let us slay him
37. 27 Come, and let us sell him to the Ishmeel.
Exod. j. 10 Come now. .1 will send thee unto Phara
Niinno. 29 come thou with us, and we will do thee
22. 6 Come now . . I pray thee, curse me this
32. ii come now. curse me them ; peradventure
22. 17 come therefore I pray thee, curse me
23. 7 Come, curse me Jacob, and come, defy I
23. 13 Come, I pray thee. with me unto another
23. 27 Come. .1 will bring thee unto another
24. 14 come (therefore, and) I will advertise
Judg. 4. 22 Come, and I will show thee the man whom
9. 10, 12. 14 Come thou (and) reign over us
ii. 6 Come, and be our captain, that we may
19. ii Come, .let us turn in into this city of the
19. 13 Come and let us draw near to one of these
i Sa. 9. 5 said Saul to his servant. .Come, and let us
9. 9 Come, and let us go to the seer : for (he
9. 10 Saul said to his servant, .come, let us go
n. 14 said Samuel to the people, Come, and let
14. i Come, and let us go over to the Philistines
14. 6 Come, and let us go over uuto the garrison
17. 41 the Philistine came on and drew near uuto
17. 44 Come tome, and I will give thy flesh unto
17. 48 the Philistine arose, and came and drew
20. ii Come, and let us go out into the field
23. 3 how much more then if we come to Keilah
23. 27 Haste thee and come; forthe Philistines
i Ki. i. 12 come, let me I pray thee, give thee
13 15 Come home with me, and eat bread
15. 19 come and break thy league with liaasha
i Ki. 7. 4 come, and let us fall unto the host of the
7. 9 now therefore come, that we may go and
10. 16 Come with me and see my zeal for the L
14. 8 Come, let us look one another in the face
a Ch.ii. 14 left their suburbs, .and came to Jndah
25. 17 Come, let us see one another in the face
Kzra 10. 6 (when) he came thither, he did eat no br
Neh. 2. 17 come, and let us build up the wall of Jer.
6. 2 Come, let us meet together, .in the plain
6. 7 Come now. .and let us take counsel
Psa. 34. ii Come, ye children, hearken unto me ; I
46. 8 Come, behold the works of the LOKI>
66. 5 Come and see the works of God : (he is)
66. 16 Come (and) hear, all ye that fear God
So. 2 stir up thy strength, :m<t i ome(and) save
83. 4 Conif, and Ictus cut them off from(being)
95. i O Come, let us sing unto the Loltl> ; let
Prov. i. it Come with us, let us lay wait for blood
7. 18 Come, let us take our fill of love until the
9. 5 Come, eat of my bread, and drink of the
Song 7. ii Come, my beloved, let us go forth into
Isa. i. 18 Come now, and let us reavm together
2. 3 Come ye, and let us go up to the mount.
2. 5 come ye, and let us walk in the light of
26. 20 Come, my people, niter .into thychamb.
45. 14 they shall be thine : they shall come after
55. i come ye. .come ye, buy and eat ; yea. e.
55. 3 Incline your ear. and come unto me : hear
Jer. 12. 9 come ye, assemble all the l-asts of the
18 18 Then said they. Come, and let us devise
18. 18 come, and let us smite him with the
36. 14 Take in thine hand the roll, .and mine
48 2 come, and let us cut it off from (being) a
Ho. 6. i Come, and let us return unto the LOKI>
Jon. i. 7 Come, and let us cast lots, that we may
Mic. 4. 2 Come, and let us go up to the mountain
13. To go or come, out, K>; yatsa.
Oen. 10. 14 out of whom came PhilUtim and Caph.
24. 5 unto the land from whence thou earnest
* Ki.24. 7 the kin/ of Kg>pt eame not i^am any
i Ch. i. ia And Pathrusim. .of whom came the P
i Ch. 3. 53 of them came the /areuthites. and the
Job 26. 4 and whose spirit came from thee?
Keel. 4. 14 i ur uul ui priauu. liu cometh Uj
14. To arrive, reach, up? meta, .19? metah.
Dan. 4. 24 the decree of the .Most High, which is c.
4. 28 All this came upon the king Nebuchad.
6. 24 or ever they came at the bottom of the
7. 13 and came to the Ancient of days, and
7. 22 the time came that the saints possessed
15. To come upon, touch, yi) nagu.
Judg.-o. 41 for they saw that evil was come upon
Kzra j. i when the seventh month was come, and
Neli. 7. 73 when the seventh month eame, the chil.
Ksth. g. 20 and (of that), which had come unto them
Isa. i<>. 8 they are come (even) unto Jazer, they
Jon. 3. 6 For word came unto the king of .Nineveh
Mic. i. 9 her wound (is) incurable ; for it is come
16.7*0 come upon, touch, yj} naya, 5.
i Sa. 14. 9 Tarry until we come to you ; then we will
Ksth. 2. i-j every maid s turn was come to go in to
2. 15 his daughter was come to go in unto the
4. 3 king s commandment and his decree came
4. 14 who knoweth whether thou art come to
6. 14 with him, came the king s chamberlains
8. 17 king scoinmandmeut and his decree came
Song. 2. 12 the time of the singing (of birds) is come
Dan. 8. 7 I saw him come close uuto the ram, and
12. 12 Blessed (is) he that waiteth, and cometh
17. To draw nigh, tr:} nagash.
IAO.II , 15 the third day: come not at your wives
24. 14 let him come unto them
Josh 14. 6 the children of Judah came uuto Joshua
Ruth . . 14 At meal time come thou hither, and eat
1 Ki. 18. 21 Klijah came unto all the people, and said
20. 22 the prophet came to the king of Israel
20. 28 there came a manof God, and spake unto
2 Ki. 3 . 5 sons of the prophets, .at Jericho came
Kzra 4. 2 they came to Zerubbabel, and to the chief
18.7*0 be drawn nigh, B*:} nagash, 2.
L>eut 25. i If there be a controversy . .and they come
25. 9 shall his brother s wife come uuto him
i Ki.2o. 13 there came a prophet unto Ahab king of
Kzra 9. i these things were done, the princes came
19.7*0 give, |nj nathan.
Prov 13. 10 Only by pride cometh contention : but
20. To ascend, co/ne
n/>, pSp seleq.
Dan. 2. 29 thy thoughts came into thy mind upon
21.7*0 come ocer, "i;y abur.
Gen. 18. 5 for therefore are ye come to your servant
Num. 5. 14, 14 the spirit of jealousy come upon him
5. 30 the spirit of jealousy cometh upon him
6. 5 there shall no razor come upon his head
Deut 29. 16 we came through the nations which ye
Judg. 9 25 they robbed all that came along that way
22.7*0 go up, n^y alah.
Lev. 19. 19 neither shall a garment, .come upon thee
Nuni 19. 2 no blemish, (and) upon which never came
Judgi3. 5 no razor shall come on his head : for
1 Sa. i. ii there shall no razor come upon his hea-i
6. 7 on which there hath come no yoke, and
2 Ki. 12 4 all the money that cometh into any
Job 5. 26 ns a shock of corn cometh in
Song 3. 6 Who (is) this that cometh out of the wil
Isa. 65. 17 former shall not beremembered, nor come
Jer. 7. 31 I commanded (them) not, neither came
19. 5 nor spake (it), neither came (it) into my
32. 35 I commanded them not, neither came it
51 50 and let Jerusalem come into your mind
Eze. 20. 32 that which cometh into your mind shall
38. 10 at the same time shall things come into
44. 17 no wool shall come upon them whiles
23. 7*0 go up, ^y. ahil.
Dan. 5. 10 the queen, by reason, .came into the ban.
24. 7*o come up or against, jn? paija.
Josh. 16. 7 And it went down, .and came to Jericho
25. To prosper, go on succassfully, rjSy tsaleach.
Judg 14. 19 the Spirit of the LORD came upon him
i Sa. 10. 6 the Spirit of the LORD will come upon
10. 10 and the Spirit of God came upon him. and
11. 6 the Spirit of God came upon Saul when
16 13 And the Spirit of the LOKI> came upon
18. 10 that the evil spirit from God came upon
26. To come near, a^ij qarab.
Exod3fi. 2 whose heart stirred him up to come unto
Num 9. 6 they came before Moses, and before A
27. i Then came the daughters of Zelopbehad
Deut 2. 37 Only unto the land, .thou earnest not
22. 14 when I came to her I found her not a in.
Josh 7. 14 tribe which the LOKD taketh shall conic
7 14. 14 which the LORD shall take shall come
i Ki. 2. 7 for so they came to me when I fled
Psa. 27. 2 my foes came upon me to eat up my He -li
Jon. i. 6 So the shipmaster came to him, and said
27. Ti> coiiie near, 3ij3 qcreb.
Dan. 6. 20 when he came to the den, he cried
28. 7*o meet, rrjij qara/t, 2.
Xuni23. 3 peradventure the LORD will come to meet
29.7*0 go iif>, diatfuiia unabainu.
Acts 7. 23 it came into his heart to visit hi brethren
21. 31 tidings came uuto the chief captain of ttie
30. To come au >i>/. airtp-xonai ape.rclioinai.
Mark 3. 13 calleth .whom he would : and they came
7. 30 when she was c jrue to her house, she
Luke.23. 3_j they were [come] to the place, .called
Kom 15. 28 I will come by you into Spain
31. To yo atnt i/, a.iro&aivw ajiobaiito.
.lohn.-i . 9 As soon then as they were come to land
32.7*0 become, yivofj.ai ginomai.
Matt. 8. 16 the even was come, .and he cast out the
14. 23 uhcii the evening wus come, he was there
20. 8 So when even was come, the lord of the
36. 20 Now when the even was come, he sat
27. i When the morning was come, all thechief
27. 57 When the even was come, there came a
Mark i. n And there came a voice from heaven
4. 35 the same day, when the even was come
6. 2 when the sabbath day wascome, he began
6. 21 And when a convenient day was come
6. 47 when even was come, the ship w;is in the
9. 21 How long is it ago since this came uuto
11. 19 when even was come, he went out of the
15. 33 when the sixth hour was come, there was
15. 42 when the even was come . . before the sab.
Luke i. d ; fear came on all that dwelt round about
3. 2 the word of God came unto John the sou
3. 22 and a voice came from heaven .which said
q. 34 While he thus spake, there came a cloud
9. 35 therecamea voice out of the cloud, baying
19. 9 This day is salvation come to this house
22. 14 when the hour was come, he sat down
John i. 17 grace and truth came by Jesus Christ
5. 14 sin no more, lest a worse thing come unto
6. 16 when even was (now) come, his disciple*.
6. 25 said. .Rabbi, when earnest thou hither?
10. 35 unto whom the word of God came, and
12. 30 This voice came not because of me, but
13 19 Now I tell you before it come, that, when
21. 4 when the morning was now come, Jesus
Acts 2. 2 suddenly there came a sound from heaven
2. 43 A^d fear came upon every soul : and
5. 5 great fear came on all them that heard
5. 1 1 great fear came upon all the church, ani
7. 31 the voice of the Lord came unto him
o. 3 as he journeyed, he came near Dam n
io. 13 there carae a voice to him, Rise, Peter
12. ii when Peter was come to himself, he said"
16. 29 came trembling, and fell down before Pa.
21. 17 when we were come to Jerusalem, the
21. 35 when he came upon the stairs ; so it was.
26. 22 Prophets and Moses did say should come
27. 7 we. .scarce were come over against Cnidu*
27. 16 we had much work to come by the boat
27. 27 when the fourteenth night was [come,] a*
28. 6 after they had looked . . saw no harm coma
2 Co. i. 8 of our trouble which came to us in Asia
Gal. 3. 14 That the blessing, .might come on the
i Th. i. 5 our gospel came not unto you in word
1 Ti. 6. 4 whereof cometh envy, strife, railings, evil
2 Ti. 3. ii Persecutions, afflictions, which came unto
Heb. 1 1 24 Moses, when he wascome to years refused
Rev. 12. io Now is come salvation, and strength, and
S3. Hither, here, come f Sfvpo deitro.
Mattig. 21 If thou wilt be perfect, .come (and) follo-,r
.\Iarkio 21 come, take up the cross, and follow me
LukeiS. 22 Yet lackest thou one thing, .come, follow
John 1 1. 43 he cried with aloud voice, Lazarus, rom>.
Acts 7. 3 come into the land which I shall show
7. 34 And now come I will send thee into Kj
34. Hither, here, come! SeOre dente.
Matt n. 28 Come unto me, all (ye) that labour and
21. 38 This is the heir ; come, let us kill him
22. 4 all things (are) ready : tome unto the m.
25. 34 Come, ye blessed, .inherit the kingdom
28. 6 Come, see the place where the Lord lay
Mark 1.17 Jesus said unto them. Come ye after me
6. 31 Come ye yourselves apart into a desert
12. 7 This is the heir; come, let us kill him, and.
Luke2o. 14 This is the heir : [come,] let us kill him
John 4. 29 Come, see a man which told me all things
21. 12 Jesus snith unto them, Come (and) dine
Rev. 19. 17 Come and gather yourselves together uuta
35.7*0 come through, Bilpyopoi dierchomai.
Acts 9. 38 that he would not delay to come to them
36.7*0 be, V ""
Matt. 5. 37 whatsoever is more than these cometh of
Marki i. 1 1 and now the eventide was come, he went
John i. 46 Can there any good thing come out of N.t
Acts 24. 25 temperance, and judgment to come
2 Ti. 4. 3 time will come when they will not endura
07.7*0 come in or into, ficrfpxoti.cu eiserchomai.
Matt 8. 8 that thou shouldest come under my roof
Luke 17. 7 by and by, when he is come from the Jleid
38.ro set in, arrive, iviffr^^i niixtiini.
2 Ti. 3. i in the last days perilous times shall cuiiio
39. 7*o come upon, iirtp\o^t.a.i. eperchomai.
Acts 14. 19 there came thither (certain) Jews from A
Kph. 2. 7 That in the ages to come he might show
40. 7*o go out of, fort/i, tKiropf vofj.au eknonuomai.
Mark 7. 23 All these evil things come Mt. 15.11-
41.7*0 come out of, forth, ttpxona.i exerchomai.
Matt 2. 6 forout of theeshall come a Governor, that
Markn. 12 when they were come from Bethany, he
John 13. 3 he was come from God, and went to God
19. 5 Then came Jesus forth.wearingthe ormvn
Acts 28. 15 they came to meet us as far as Appii For.
42. 7*o come, *Vx".uai erchomai.
Matt 2. 2 we have seen his star, .and are come to
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Matt. 2. 8 Go and search, .that 1 may come and wo.
2. 9 it came and stood over where the young
2.ii when they were come, .they saw the
a. 21 lie arose . .and [came] into the land of Is.
2. 23 he came and dwelt in a city called Naza.
7 Pharisees and Sadducees come to his ha.
14 saying, I have need . .and comest thou to
13 leaving Nazareth, he came and dwelt in
17 Think not that I am come to destroy the
17 I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil
24 first be reconciled .. then come and otter
10 Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in
1 5 Beware of false prophets, which come to
25, 27 the rain descended, and the floods came
?. there [came] a leper and worshipped him
7 Jesus saith unto him, I will come and heal
9 and to another. Come, and he cometh
14 when Jesus was come into Peter s house
28 when he was come to the other side
29 art thou come hither to torment us before
i passed over, and came into his own city
10 sinners came and sat down with him and
13 for I am not come to call the righteous
15 the days will come, when the bridegroom
18 there [came] a certain ruler, and worship.
18 come and lay thy hand upon her, and she
23 when Jesus came into the ruler s house
28 when he was come into the house, the bl.
13 let your peace come upon it : but if it be
23 have gone, .till the Son of man be come
34 that I am come to send peace on earth
34 I came not to send peace, but a sword
35 For I am come to set a man at variance
14 this is Elias, which was for to come
18 John came neither eating nor drinking
19 The Soil of man came eating and drinking
42 she came from the uttermost parts of the
44 and when he is come, he findeth (it) empty
4 the fowls came and devoured them up
19 then cometh the wicked (one), and catch.
25 his enemy came and sowed tares among
32 birds of the air come and lodge in the br.
54 when he was come into his own country
28 bid me come unto thee on the water
29 And he said, Come. And when Peter was
33 came and worshipped him, saying. Of a
34 they came into the land of Gennesaret
25 Then came she and worshipped him, say.
_>y Jesus departed .and came nigh unto the
39 and came into the coasts of Magdala
5 when his disciples were come to the other
13 When Jesus came into the coasts of Ces.
24 If any (man) will come after me, let him
27 For the Son of man shall come in the
28 see the Son of man coming in his kingdom
10 Why then say. .that Elias must first come
11 Elias truly shall first come, and restore all
12 I say unto you, That Elias is come already
14 when they were come to the multitude
24 when they were come to Capernaum, they
7 for it must needs be that offences come
7 woe to that man by whom the offence co
1 1 [For the Son of man is come to save that]
31 came and told unto their lord all that was
i came into the coasts of Judea beyond J
14 Jesus said, .forbid them not, to come
9 when they came that (were hired) about
10 the first came . . .and . . received every man
28 the Son of man came not to be ministered
i when they, .were come to Bethphage
5 Behold, thy King cometh unto thee, meek
19 he came to it, and found nothing thereon
23 when he was come into the temple, the
32 came unto you in the way of righteousness
40 When the Lord . .cometh, what will he
3 them that were bidden . . would not come
35 upon you may come all the righteous bio.
5 For many shall come in my name, saying
30 they shall see the Son of man coming in
39 knew not until the flood came, and took
42 ye know not what hour your Lord doth c.
43 known in whit watch the thief would c
44 as ye think not the Son of man cometh
46 his lord when he cometh shall find so
6 Behold, the bridegroom fcometh] ; go ye
10 while they went to buy, the bridegroom
11 Afterward came also the other virgins
13 nor the hour wherein the Son of man [c ]
19 After a long time the lord, .cometh, and
31 the Son of man shall come in his glory
36 I was in prison, and ye came unto me
39 when saw w<; thee . . in prison, and came
36 Then cometh Jesus with them unto a place
40 he cometh unto the disciples, and fiudeth
43 he came and found them asleep again : for
45 Then cometh he to his disciples, and saith
47 lo, Judas, .came, and with him a great
64 ye see the Son of man . .coming in thecl
33 when they were come unto a place called
49 let us see whether Elias will come to save
57 When the even was . .there came a rich m.
64 lest his disciples come by night, and steal
28 i the first (day) of the week, came Mary M
28. ii some of the watch came into the city
28. 13 His disciples came by night, and stole
Hark i. 7 There cometh one mightier than I after
i. 9 that Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee
i 14 Jesus came into Galilee, preaching the
i. 24 art thou come to destroy us? I know thee
j. 40 there came a leper to him.bexeeching him
i. 45 and they came to him from every quarter
c. 3 they come unto him, bringing one s^ck of
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Mark 2. 17 I came not to call the righteous, but sin.
2. 18 the Pharisees used to fast : and they come
2. 20 the days will come, when the bridegroom
3. 8 when they had heard . . came unto him
3. 31 There came then his brethren and his in.
4. 4 the fowls of the air came and devoured it
4. 15 but, when they have heard, Satan cometh
4. 22 but that it should come abroad
5. i And they came over unto the other side
5. 15 they come to Jesus, and see him that was
5. 22 behold, there cometh one of the rulers of
5. 23 come and lay thy hands on her, that she
5. 27 came in the press behind, and touched his
t. 33 the woman, .came and fell down before
5. 35 While he yet spake, there came from the
5. 38 he cometh to the house of the ruler of
6. i he went, .and came into his own country
6. 29 they came and took up his corpse, and
6. 31 for there were many corning and going
6. 48 the fourth watch of the night he cometh
6. 53 they came into the laud of Gennesaret
7. i and certain of the scribes, which came
7. 25 a (certain) woman . .came and fell at his
7. 31 he came unto the sea of Galilee, through
8. 10 he. .came into the parts of Ualniamitha
8. 22 he cometh to Hethsaida ; and they bring
8. 34 Whosoever will [come] after me, let him
8. 38 when he cometh in theglory of his Father
9. i they have seen the kingdom of God come
9. 7 and a voice came out of the cloud, saying
9. ii say the scribes that Elias must first co
9. 12 he. .told them, Elias verily cometh first
9. 13 I say unto you, That Elias is indeed come
9. 14 when he came to (his) disciples, he saw
9. 33 he came to Capernaum : and, being in
10. i he arose from thence, and cometh into
10. 14 Suffer the little children to come unto
10. 30 .and in the world to come eternal life
10. 4 5 the Son of man came not to be ministered
10. 46 they came to Jericho : and as he went
10. 50 casting away his uarment, rose, and came
11. 9 Blessed (is) he that cometh in the name
ii. 10 Blessed (be) the kingdom, .that cometh
ii. 13 became, .and when he came to it, he fou
ii. 15 they come to Jerusalem : and Jesus went
ii. 27 they come again to Jerusalem : and as he
11. 27 there come to him the chief priests, and
12. 9 He will coine and destroy the husbandmen
12. 14 when they were come, they say unto him
12. 18 Then come unto him the Sadducees
12. 42 there came a certain poor widow, and
13. 6 For many shall come in my name, saying
13. 26 then shall they see the Son of man com.
13 35 when the master c . the house cometh
13. 36 Lest, coming suddenly, he find you sleep.
14. 3 there came a woman having an alabaster
14. 16 his disciples went forth, and came into
14. 17 in the evening he cometh with the twelve
14. 32 they came to a place which was named G.
14. 37 And he cometh, and findeth them sleep.
14. 41 hecometllthe third time, and saith . .Sleep
14. 41 it is enough, the hour is come ; behold
14. 45 as soon as he was cotne, he. .kissed him
H 62 ye shall see the Son of man . .coming in
14. 66 there cometh one of the maids of the
1521 Simon . .who passed by. coming out of the
15 36 let us see whether Elias will come to take
15. 43 Joseph of Arimathea. .came, and went
1 6. i that they might come and anoint him
1 6. 2 they came unto the sepulchre at the
Luke 1.43 the mother of my Lord should come to
1. 59 they came to circumcise the child ; and
2. 16 they came with haste, and found Mary
2. 27 he came by the spirit into the temple
2. 51 he went down, .and [came] to Nazareth
3. 3 he came into all the country about Jor.
3. 12 Then came also publicans to be baptized
3. 16 one mightier than I cometh, the latchet
4. 16 he came to Nazareth, where he had been
4. 34 art thou come to destroy us 1 1 know thee
4. 42 the people sought him, and came unto
5. 7 they beckoned . . that they should come
5. 7 they came, and filled both the ships, so
5. 17 which were [come] out. .every town of G.
5. 32 I came not to call the righteous, but sin.
5. 35 days will come, when the bridegroom
6. 17 which came to hear him, and to be healed
6. 47 Whosoever cometh to me, and heareth
7. 3 beseeching him that he would come and
7. 7 neither thought I myself worthy to come
7. 8 and to another, Come, and he cometh
7. 33 John, .came neither eating bread nor dr.
7. 34 The Son of man is come eating and drink.
8. 12 then cometh the devil, and taketh away
8. 17 that shall not be known and come abroad
8. 35 Then they went out. .and came to Jesus
8. 41 there came a man named Jairus, and he
8. 47 she came trembling, and falling down
8. 49 While he yet spake, there cometh one
9. 23 If anj (man) will come after me, let him
9. 2(1 he shall come in his own glory, and (in)
9. 56 the Son of man is not [come] to destroy
10. i every city, .whither he himself would[co.]
o. 32 likewise a Levite. .[came] and looked (on
0. 33 a certain Samaritan, .came where he was
1. 2 Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, as
i. 25 when he cometh, he findeth (it) swept
1. 31 she came from the utmost parts of the
^. 36 when he cometh and knocketh, they may
2. 37 the lord when he cometh shall find watch.
2. 38 shall [come] in the second watch, or come
2. 39 known what hour the thief wou1 - 1 owe
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Luke 12. 40 the Sou of man cometh at an hour when
12. 43 his lord when h<- cometh shall find so
12. 49 I am come to send fire on the earth ; and
12. 54 There cometh a shower ; and BO it is
13. 6 he came and sought fruit thereon, and
13. 7 I come seeking fruit on this fig tree, and
1 3. 14 in them therefore come and be healed
13. 35 Blessed (is) he that cometh in the name
14. 9 he that bade thee and him come and say
14. 10 when he that bade thee cometh, he may
14. 17 Come ; for all things are now ready
14. 20 I have married . .therefore I cannot come
14. 26 any (man) come to me, and hate not hig
14. 27 whosoeverdoth not bear, .cross, and come
14. 31 withtenthousandtomeethiiiithatcometb
15. 6 when he cometh home, he calleth. .(his)
15. 17 when he came to himself, he said, How
.-5. 20 he arose, and came to his father. But
15. 25 as he came and drew nigh to the house
15. 30 as soon as this thy son was come, which
16. 21 moreover the dogs came and licked his
16. 28 they also come into this place of torment
17. i is impossible but that offences will come
17. i woe (unto him) throughwhom they cornel
17. 20 when the kingdom of God should come
17. 20 The kingdom of God cometh not with ob.
17. 22 The days will come, when ye shall desire
17. 27 the flood came, and destroyed them all
18. 3 was a widow in that city ; and she came
18. 8 when the Son of man cometh, shall he find
1 8. 16 Suffer little children to come unto me
1 8. 30 and in the world to come life everlasting
19 5 when Jesus came to the place, he looked
19. 10 For the Son of man is come to seek and
19. 13 and said unto them, Occupy till I come
19. 18 the second came, saying, Lord, thy pound
10. 20 another came, saying, Lord, behold, (here)
20. 16 He shall come and destroy these husband.
21. 6 (As for) these things, .the days will conic
21. 8 for many shall come in my name, baying
21. 27 shall they see the Son of man coming in a
22. 7 Then came the day of unleavened bread
22. 18 until the kingdom of God shall come
22. 45 when he. .was come to his disciples, he
23. 26 a Cyrenian, coming out of the country
23. 42 remember me when thou comest into thy
24. i in the morning, they came unto the sep.
T4 23 they came, saying, that they had also
John i. 7 The same came for a witness, to bear wit
i. 9 every man that cometh into the world
;i. ii He came unto his own, and his own reca
s. 29 next day John s.eeth Jesus coming unto
i. 30 After me cometh a man which is prefer,
j. 31 therefore am I come baptizing with wate.
i. 39 Come and see. They came and saw where
i. 46 Philip saith unto him, Come and see
i. 47 Jesus saw Nathauael coming to him, and
13. 2 The same came to Jesus by night, and said
3. 2 thou art a teacher come from God
3. 8 but canst not tell whence it cometh, and
j,. 19 that light is come into the world
j. 20 neither cometh to the light, lest his deeds
3. 21 he that doeth truth cometh to the light
3. 22 After these things came Jesus and his
3. 26 they came unto John, and said. .Rabbi
3. 26 the same baptizeth, and all (men) come
4. 5 Then cometh he to a city of Samaria
4. 7 There cometh a woman of Samaria to
4. 15 I thirst not, neither come hither to draw
4. 16 Go, call thy husband, and come hither
4. 21 Woman, believe me, the hour cometh
4. 23 But the hour cometh, and now is, when
4. 25 I know that Messias cometh, whkh is
4. 25 when he is come, he will tell us all thing?
4. 27 upon this came his disciples, and niarv
4. 30 they went out of the city, and came unto
4. 35 yet four months, and (then) cometh har.
4. 40 when the Samaritans were come unto him
4. 45 when he was come into Galilee, the Gal.
4. 46 So Jesus came again into C ana of Galilee
4. 54 when he was come out of Judea iuto G.
5. 24 hath everlasting life, and shall not come
5. 40 ye will not come to me, that ye might
5. 43 I am come in my Father s name, and ye
5. 43 another shall come in his own name, him
6. 5 Jesus, .saw a great company c )ine (into
6. 15 they would come and take him by force
6. 17 and Jesus was not come to them
6. 23 there came other boats from Tiberias
6. 24 his disciples., came to Caperuaum.seeking
6. 35 he that cometh to me shall never hunger
6. 37 him that cometh to me I will in no wise
6. 44 No man can come to me, except the Fa.
6. 45 Every man therefore.. cometh unto me
6. 65 no man can come unto me, except it were
7. 27 when Christ cometh, no man knoweth w.
7. 28 I am not come of myself, but he that sent
7. 30 because his hour was not yet come
7. 31 When Christ cometh, will he do more mi.
7. 34, 36 and where I am, (thither) ye cannot c.
7. 37 If any man thirst, let him come unto rue
7. 41 Shall Christ come out of Galilee ?
7. 42 Christ cometh of the seed of David, and
7. 45 Then came the officers to the chief priests
7. 50 he that came to Jesus by night, being one
8. 2 all the people [came] unto him ; and he sat
S. 14 whence I came . . ye cannot tell whence I c.
8. 20 for his hour was not yet come
8. ji, 22 whither I go, ye cannot coi;ie
8. 42 neither came I of myself, but he sent me
9. 4 the night cometh, when no man can work
q. 7 He went his way therefore, .and came see.
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John 9 3? For judgment I am come into this world
10 8 All that I vcri-ame before me are thieves
10 10 The thief cometh not. .1 am come that
10 12 But he that, .sceth the wolf coming, and
t 1 17 when Jesus came, he found that he had
n. iq many of the Jews came to Martha and M.
ii. 29 she arose quickly, and came unto him
ii. jo Jesus was not yet come into the town
1 1 32 when Mary was come where Jesus was
ii. 34 They wld onto him. Lord, come and see
n 33 Jesus therefore, .cometh to the grave
ii 45 Then many of the Jews which came to M.
11. 48 the Romans shall come and take away
11 56 that he will not come to the feast?
12. i Jesus.. came to Bethany, where Lazarus
12! 9 they came not for Jesus sake only, but
12 12 much people that were come to the feast
12 15 behold, thy Kin, cometh, sitting on an
12 22 Philip cometh and telleth Andrew
12. 23 The hour is come, that the Son of man
12 27 but for this cause came I unto this hour
12. 28 Then came there a voice from heaven
12 46 I am come a light into the world, that
12. 47 for I came not to judge the world, but to
1 3 i when Jesus knew that his hour was come
13. 6 Then cometh he to Simon Peter : and P.
13- 33 Whither I go, ye cannot come ; so now
14. 3 I will come again, and receive you unto
14. 6 no man cometh unto the Father, but by
14. 18 not leave you comfortless : I will come
14. 23 we will come unto him, and make our
14 28 I go away, and come (again) unto you
14. 30 for the prince of this world cometh, and
15. 22 If I had not come and spoken unto them
15. 26 when the Comforter is come, whom I will
16. 2 the time cometh; that whosoever killeth
16. 4. when the time shall come, ye may remem.
16. 7 the Comforter will not come unto you
16. 8 when he is come, he will reprove the
16. 13 when he, the Spirit of truth, is coins:, he
16. 13 and he will show you things to come
16. 21 hath sorrow, because her hour is come
16. 25 the time cometh, when I shall no more
16. 28 and am come into the world : again, I
16. 32 the hour cometh. yea, is now come, that
17. i Father, the hour is come ; glorify thy Sou
17. ii these are in the world, and I come to thee
17. 13 now come I to thee ; and these things
18. 3 cometh thither with lanterns and torches
18. 4 knowingall things that should come upon
18 37 for this cause cams I into the world, that
19 }2 Then came the soldiers, and brake the
19. 33 But when they came to Jesus., he was dead
19 38 He came, .and took the body of Jesus
19. j? And there came also Sicodemus, which
19. 35 at the first came to Jesus by night, and
20. i The first (day) of the week cometh Mary
20. 2 Then she runneth, and cometh to Sini.m
20. 3 Peter therefore, .came to the sepulchre
20. 4 ilid outrun Peter, and came first to the
TO. 6 Then cometh Simon Peter following him
20. 8 other disciple which came first to the
20 18 Mary Magdalene came and told the dis.
20. 19 the same day at evening, .came Jesus
20. 24 Thomas., was not with them.when Jesus c
20 26 (Then) came Jesus, the doors being shut
21 8 the other disciples came in a little ship
11. 13 Jesus then cometh and taketh bread, and
21. 22, 23 If I will that he tarry till I come
Acts i. 11 this same Jesus, .shall so come in like
2 20 before that great, .d -iy of the Lord comi
3, 19 when the times of refreshing shall come
7. 1 1 there came a dearth over all the land of
8 27 the Fthio[>ians..had come t> Jerusalem
8. 36 as they went on (their) way, they came
3. 40 in all the cities, till he came to Cesare i
9. 17 Jesus, that appeared . . as thou earnest
9. 21 in Jerusalem and came hither for that
10. 29 Therefore came I (unto you) without
n. 5 a great sheet .and it came even to me
12. 10 they came unto the iron gate that leadeth
12. 12 he came to the house of Mary the mother
13. 13 Now.. they came to Perga in P.imphyli L
ij. 25 But. Ii -li ild tlier.- cometh one after me
13 si they shook off the dust .and came unto
14. 24 after they had passed .they came to P
15- 30 when they were dismissed, they [came) to
16. 7 After they were come to Mysia, the\
16. 37 let them come th"iu-elve> and fetch U8
16. 39 they came and besought them, and
17. i when they had passed . .they came to Th.
17. 13 they came thither also, and stirred up
17. 15 a commandment, .to come to him with
18. i after these tilings Paul departed, .arnica.
18. 2 found a c.-rtuin Jew lately come from
18. 21 by all means keep this feast that [cometh]
19. i came to Ephesus : ami finding curtain
19. 6 the Holy Ghost came on them ; and they
19. 18 many that believed came, and confessed
20. 2 when he had gone over, .he came into (}.
20. 6 we. .came unto them to Troas in five days
20. 14 we took him in, and came to Mitvl <.
20. 15 and the next (day) we came to Miletus
21. i we came with a straight course unto C.
21. 8 Andthenext(day) we. .cam<
% untoCesarea
21. ii when he was come untous, he took Paul s
21. 22 for they will hear that thou art come
22. ii when I could not see. .1 came unto Dam.
22. 13 Came unto me. and stood, and said unto
24. 8 Commanding his accusers to [come] unto
25. 23 on the morrow, when Agrippa was come
97. 8 came unto a place which is called the Fair
Acts 28. 13 and we came the next day to Puteoli
28. 16 when [we came] to Rome, the centurion
Rom i. 10 by the will of God to come unto you
i. 13 often times I purposed to come unto you
3 8 say, Let us do evil, that good may come?
7. n when the commandment came, sin revived
9! o At this time will I come, and Sara shall
15 23 having a., desire these many years to c.
15. 24 I will come to you : for I trust to see you
15. 29 1 am sure that, when [I come] unto you
15 2.; I shall come in the fulness of the blessing
15. 32 That I may come unto you with joy by
1 Co. 2. i I. brethren, when I came to you, came
4. 5 judge nothing, .until the Lord come, who
4. 1 8 as though I would not come to you
4. 19 But I will come to you shortly, if the
4 21 shall I come unto you with u rod, or in
ii. 26 ye do show the Lord s death till he come
11 34 the rest will I set in order when I come
13. 10 when that which is perfect is come, then
14. 6 if I come unto you speaking with tongues
15. 35 and with what body do they come?
16. 2 that there be no gatherings when I come
16. 5 I w-ill come unto you, when I shall pass
16. 10 if Timotheus come, see that he may be
16. 1 1 conduct him . . that he may come unto me
16. 12 I greatly desired him to come unto you
16. 12 will was not. .to come, .but he will come
2 Co. i. 15 I was minded to come unto you before
i. 16 to come again out of Macedonia uuto you
1. 23 to spare you I came as not yet unto Cor.
2. i I would not come again to you m -eavi.
2. 3 lest, when I came, I should have sorrow
2. 12 when I came to Troas to (preach) Christ s
7 5 when we were come into Macedonia, our
9. 4 if they of Macedonia come with me, and
ii. 4 if he that cometh preacheth another Je.
11. 9 the brethren which came from Macedonia
12. i I will come to visions and revelations
12*. 14 the third time I am ready tocome to you
12 20 lest, when I come, I shall not find you
12 21 when I come again, my God will humble
i ;. 2 if I come again, I will not spare
Gal. i. 21 Afterwards I came into the regions of S
2. ii But when Peter was come to Antioch, I
2. 12 For before that certain came from James
2. 12 but when they were come, he withdrew
3. 19 the seed should come to whom the prom.
3. 23 before faith came, we were kept under
3. 25 after that faith is come, we are no longer
4. 4 when the fulness of the time was come
Eph. 2 17 came and preached peace to you which
5. 6 because of these things cometh the wrath
Phil. i. 27 whether I come and see you, or else be
2. 24 I trust in the Lord that I . . shall come
Col. 3. 6 the wrath of God cometh on the children
4. 10 if he come unto you, receive him
1 Th. 1. 10 which delivered us from the wrath to come
2. 1 8 Wherefore we would have come unto you
3. 6 when Timotheus came from you unto us
5. 2 the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief
2 Th. i. 10 When he shall come to be glorified in his
2. 3 except there come a falling away first
1 Ti. i. 15 Jesus came into the world to save sinners
2. 4 to come unto the knowledge of the truth
3. 14 hoping to come unto thee shortly
4. 13 Till I come, give attendance to reading
2 Ti. 3. 7 never able to come to the knowledge of
4. o Do thy diligence to come shortly unto me
4. 13 The cloak, .when thoucomest, bring with
4. 21 Do thy diligence to come before winter
Titus 3. 12 be diligent to come uuto me to Nicopolis
Heb. 6. 7 in the rain that cometh oft upon it
8. 8 Behold, the days come, saith the Lord
i v 23 with whom, if he come shortly, I will see
2 Pe 3. 3 there shall come in the last days scoffers
1 Jo. 2. 18 ye have heard that antichrist shall come
4. 2 ^ that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh
4. ^ [ye have heard that it should come]
2 John 7 who confess not that Jesus Christ is come
10 If there come any unto you. and bring
12 but I trust [to come] unto you, and speak
3 John ^ I rejoiced greatly when the brethren came
10 it I come. I will remember his deeds which
Jude 1 4 the Lord cometh with ten thousand of his
Rev. i. 7 Behold, he cometh withclouds; and every
2. 5 16 or else I will come unto thee quickly
3 10 the hour.ot temptation, which shall come
3. ii Behold, I come quickly : hold that fast
5. 7 he came and took the book out of the
6. i heard, .one of the four beasts saying, Co.
6. 3 I heard the second beast say, Come and
6. 5 I heard the third beast say, Come and see
6. 7 the fourth beast say, Come and see
6. 17 For the great day of his wrath is come
7. 13 What are these, .and whence came they?
7. 14 they which came out of great tribulation
8. 3 another angel came and stood at the altar
9. 12 behold, there come two woes more here
ii. 14 (and), behold, the third woe cometh quic.
ii. 18 nations were angry, and thy wrath is co.
14. 7 for the hour of his judgment is come : and
14. 15 for the time is come for thee to reap
16. 15 Behold, I come as a thief
17. i there came one of the seven angels which
17. 10 when he cometh, he must continue a short
17. 10 and one is, (and) the other is not yet come
18. 10 for in one hour is thy judgment come
19. 7 the marriage of the Lamb is come, and
21. 9 there came unto me one of the seven an.
22. 7 Behold, I come quickly : blessed (is) he
22. 12 behold, I conu* quickly ; and my reward
COME
Rev. 12. 17 And the .Spirit and the bride say. Coma
22. 17 And let him that heareth say, Come
22 17 And let him that is athirstcome
22. 20 Surely I come quickly. Ameu. Even so, c.
43. To set on or against, I$I<TTI)PI ejrfiutemi.
Acts 23 27 then came I with an army, and rescued
44.7*0 have come, be here, IJKOJ heko.
Matt. 8. ii many shall come from the east and west
23. 36 All these things shall come upon this
24. 14 and then shall the end come
24. 50 The lord of that servant shall come in a
Mark 8. 3 for divers of them [came] from far
Lukei2. 46 The lord of that servant will come in a
13. 29 they shall come from the east, and (from)
13. 35 until (the time) come when ye shall say
15. 27 he said unto him, Thy brother is come
1
19. 43 the days shall come upon thee, that thine
John 2. 4 Woman . .mine hour is not yet come
4. 47 he heard that Jesus was come out of Ju.
6. 37 All that the Father giveth me shall come
8. 42 for I proceeded forth and came from
Acts 28. 23 there [came] many to him into (his)lodg.
Rom. 1 1. 26 There shall come out of Sion the Deliverer
Heb. 10. 7, 9 Lo, I come, .to do thy will, O God
10. 37 he that shall come will come, and will
2 Pe. 3. 10 the day of the Lord will come as a thief
i Jo. 5. 20 we know that the Son of God is couie
Rev. 2. 25 that which ye have . .hold fast till I come
3. 3 I will come on thee as a thief, and
3. 3 shalt not know what hour I will come
3. 9 I will make them to come and worship
15. 4 all nations shall come and worship before
18. 8 Therefore shall her plagues come in one
45. To come down on or against, Karavrdw katantao.
Acts 16. i Then came he to Derbe and Lystra
18. 19 he came to Ephesus, and left them there
18. 24 a certain Jew named A polios, .came to
20. 15 we. .came, .next (day) over against Chios
21. 7 when we had finished (our) course . . we c.
25. 1 3 after certain days. . Beruice came unto C.
26. 7 I nto which, .twelve tribes., hope to come
28. 13 thence we fetched a compass, and came
i Co 10. ii upon whom the ends of the world are co.
14. 36 or came it unto you only ?:
Eph. 4. 13 Till we all come in the unity of the faith
46. To come down, Ka.7epxo^a.t katerchomai.
Acts ii. 27 in these days came prophets from Jerusa.
18. 5 when Silas and Timotheus were come
27. 5 we came to Myra, (a city) of Lyciat
47. To 1>e about to be, nf\\a> mello.
Matt. 3. 7 who . warned you . . from . . wrath to come?
12. 32 in this world, neither in. .(world) to come
Luke 3. 7 who . . warned you . . from . . wrath to come?
Acts 24. 25 as he reasoned of. .judgment to come
Heb. 2. 5 the world to come, whereof we speak
6. 5 and the powers of the world to come
9. ii an High Priest of good things [to come]
10. i having a shadow of good things to come
13. 14 have we no., city, but we seek one to come
48.7*0 come alongside of, rrapayivonaiparaginomai.
Matt. 2. i there came wise men from the east to J.
3. i In those days came John the Baptist
3. 13 Then cometh Jesus from Galilee to J.
Marki4. 43 while he yet spake, cometh Judas, one of
Luke 7 4 when they came to Jesus, they besought
7. 20 When the men were come unto him, they
8. 19 Then came to him (his) mother and his
11. 6 a friend of mine in his journey is come
12. 51 Suppose ye. .1 am come to give peace on
14 21 that servant came, and showed his lord
19. 16 Then came the first, saying. Lord, thy
22. 52 and the elders, which were come to him
John 3. 23 and they came, and were baptized
8. 2 [in the morning he came again into the)
Acts 5. 21 But the high priest came, and they that
5. 22 the officers came, and found them not in
5. 25 Then came one and told them, saying
9. 26 when Saul was come to Jerusalem, he
9. 39 When he was come, they brought him
10. 32 [who, when he cometh, shall speak unto)
10. 33 thou hast well done that thou art come
n. 23 Who, when he came, and had seen the
13. 14 they came to Antioch in Pisidia, and
14. 27 when they were come, and had gathered
15. 4 when they were come to Jerusalem, they
17. 10 who coming (thither) went into the syna.
18. 27 who, when he was come, helped them
20. 18 when they were come to him, he said
23. 35 when thine accusers are also come
24. 17 after many years, I came to bring alms to
24. 24 after certain days when Felix came with
25. 7 when he was come, the Jews, .stood
28. 21 neither any of the brethren that came
i Co. 16. 3 when I come, whomsoever ye shall appr.
Heb. 9. ii Christ being come an High Priest of good
49. To fa alongside of, irdpau-L pareimi.
Matt26. 50 Friend, wherefore art thou come?
John 7. 6 My time is not yet come : but your time
n. 28 The Master is come, and calleth for thee
Acts 10. 21 what(is)the cause wherefore ye are comet
12. 20 but they came with one accord to him
17. 6 These that have turned . . are come hither
Col. i. 6 Which is come unto you, as (it is) in all
50. To come alongside of, irapfpxoM" parerchomai.
Acts 24. 7 [the chief captain Lysias came (upon us)]
51. To ftlact alongside of, impto-riim paristemi.
Mark 4. zu puttet h in the sickle . the harvest is coma.
COME 183 COME
62. To come toward, irpo<rip\on.ai proserchomai.
Matt 4. ii behold, angels came and ministered unto
8. 19 a certain scribe came, and said unto him
(j. 20 a woman, which was diseased .. came beh.
13. 10 the disciples came, and said unto him
13. 27 the servants of the householder came
14 12 his disciples c.une, and took up thi- body
13. 12 Then came his disciples, and said unto
15. 23 his disciples came and besought him, say.
i Pharisees also witli the Sadducees came
17. 7 Jesus came and touched them, and said
19. 16 one came and said unto him, Good Master
25. 20 he that had received five talents came
25 22 He also that, .received two talents came
25 24 he which, .received the one talent came
26 50 Then came they, and laid hands on Jesus
26. 60 [yea, though many false witnesses came]
26 60 At the last came two false witnesses
28 2 the angel, .came and rolled back the stone
28. q they came and held him by the feet, and
28 18 Jesus came and spake unto them, saying
Mark i 31 he came and took her by the hand, and
12. 28 one of the scribes came, and hav. 14. 45.
Luke 7 14 And he came and touched the bier
8. 44 Came behind (him), and touched the., gar.
9 12 then came the twelve, and said unto him
13. 31 The same day there came certain of the
Johni2. 21 The same came therefore to Philip, which
Acts 12. 13 a damsel came to hearken, named Rhoda
22. 27 the chief captain came, and said unto him
28. 9 others also, which had diseases, .came
1 Pe. 2. 4 To whom coming, (as unto) a living stone
53. To bear, be borne, <p4p<a phero.
2 Pe. 1.17 when there came such a voice to him from
i. 1 8 this voice which came from heaven we
1. 21 the prophecy came not in old time by the
54.7* * come or be beforehand, <p8dvto phthano.
Matt 12. 28 then the kingdom of God is come unto
Luken. 20 the kingdom of God is come upon you
a Co. 10. 14 for we are come as far as to you also
* Th. 2. 16 the wrath is come upon them to the
55. To fill up together, <rv/j.ir\r]p6ai sumpleroo.
Luke 9. 51 when the time was come that he should
56. To come toffether, a-vvtpxofj.at sunerchomai.
Acts 5. 1 6 There came also a multitude (out) of the
25. 17 Therefore, when they were come hither
57. To make or have space, xo>p*a> chores.
2 Pe. 3. 9 but that all should come to repentance
58. To fjo in upon, ftrtBaivw epibaino.
Acts 20. 18 from the first day that I came into 25. i.
59. TH co nie tn, fViTropevOjitai epiporeuomai.
Luke 8. 4 and were come to him out of every city
[See also Come again, against, another place, be
hind, ears, end, full, hither, morning, near, nearly,
nigh, nought, pass, presumptuously, remembrance,
round, round about, run, short, straight, tid
ings, time, time to, while, wrath.]
60ME (in unto, or upon), to be
1.7*o come, arrive, nnx athah.
Job 3. 25 thing which I greatly feared is come upon
16. 22 When a few years are come, then I shall
2. To come, arrive, K{* atha.
Ezra 4. 12 the Jews, .are come unto Jerusalem
3. To go in, K\z bo.
Gen. 6. 13 The end of all flesh is come before me
12. 14 when Abram was come into Egypt, the
19. 22 for I cannot do anything till thou become
34. 5 Jacob held his peace until they were come
Lev. 14 34 When ye be come into the land of Canaan
23. 10 When ye be come into the land which I
Num 15. 2 When ye be come into the land of your
22. 36 when Balak heard that Balaam was come
22. 38 Lo, I am come unto t!\ee: have I now any
Deut. i. 20 Ye are come unto the mountain of the A.
17. 14 When thou art come unto the land which
18. 9 When thou art come into the laud which
26. 3 I am come unto the country which the L.
31. ii When all Israel is come to appear before
Josh. 2. 3 Bring forth the men that are corns to
2. 3 they be come to search out
3. 8 When ye are come to the brink of the
3. 15 as they that bare the ark were come unto
5. 14 but (as) captain of the host, .am I. .come
9. 6 We be come from a far country : now
9. 9 thy servants are come because of the name
23. 15 as all good things are come upon you
Judg 7. 13 when Gideon was come, behold, (there
ii. 7 why are ye come unto me now when ye
ii. 12 that thou art come against me to tight
16. 2 Samson is come hither. And they com.
19. 29 when he was come into his house, he took
Ruth i. 19 when they were come to Beth-lehem. .all
2. 12 under whose wings thou art come to
4. ii The LORD make the woman that is come
i Sa. 4. 3 when the people were come into the
4. 6 they understood that the ark . . was come
4. 7 for they said, God is come into the camp
9. 5 when they were come to the land of Zupn
9. 13 As soon as ye be come into the city, ye
9. 14 when they were come into the city
9. 16 because their cry is come unto me
10. 5 when thou art come thither to the city
10. 7 when these signs are come unto thee
1 Sa. 12. 8 When Jacob was come into Egypt, and
14. 26 when the people were come into the wood
16. 2 and say, I am come to sacrifice to the L.
16. 5 I am come to sacrifice unto the LORD
19. 16 when the messengers were come in
20. 37 when the lad was come to the place of
23. 7 It was told Saul that David was come to
25. 40 when the servants of David were come to
26. 4 understood that .Saul was come in very
29. 10 master s servants that are come witli thee
30. i when David and his men were come to 7.ik.
2 Sa. 2. 24 the sun went down when they were come
3. 23 When Joab and all the host, .were come
5. 13 David took, .wives, .after lie was come
9. 6 when Mephibosheth. .was come unto I).
11. 7 when I riah was come unto him, David
12. 4 the wayfaring man that was come unto
12. 4 dressed it for the man that was come to
13. 6 and when the king was come to see him
14. 15 Now. .that I am come to speak of this
14. 32 to say, Wherefore am I come from Geshur?
17. 27 when David was come to Mahanaim, that
19. ii the speech of all Israel is come to the
19. 20 I am come the first this day of all the
19. 25 when he was come to Jerusalem to meet
:g. 30 forasmuch as. .the king is come again in
24. 21 Wherefore is my lord the king come to
1 Ki. i. 23 when he was come in before the king, he
10. 2 when she was come to Solomon, she
12. i all Israel were come to Shechem to make
12. 21 when Kehoboam was come to Jerusalem
17. 18 art thou come unto me to call my sin to
2 Ki. 4. 4 when thou art come in, thou shalt shut
4. 32 when Elisha was come into the house
4. 36 when she was come in unto him, he said
5. 6 when this letter is come unto thee
5. 22 even now there be come to me from
7. 5 when they were come to the uttermost
8. 7 it was told him . . The man of God is come
9. 30 when Jehu was come to Jezreel, Jezebel
9. 34 when lie was come in, he did eat and
16. 12 when the king was come from Damascus
19. 3 for the children are come to the birth
20. 14 Hezekiah said, They are come from a far
1 Ch.i2. 17 If ye be come peaceably unto me to help
19. 3 are not his servants come unto thee for
19. 9 the kings that were come (were) by them.
2 Ch. 6. 32 but is come from a far country for thy
9. i when she was come to Solomon, she
10. i for to Shechem were all Israel come to
n. i when Rehoboam was come to Jerusalem
18. 14 when he was come to the king, the king
20. 22 children of Ammon. .which were come
22. 7 when he was corne, he went out with J.
23. 15 when she was come to the entering of
25. 10 (to wit), the army that was come to him
32. 21 when he was come into the house of his
Ezra 3. 8 all they that were come out of the capti.
8. 35 which were come out of the captivity
9. 13 after all that is come upon us for our
Neh. 2. 10 there was come a man to seek the welfare
Esth. 6. 4 Now Hainan was come into the outward
Job 2. n all this evil that was come upon him
3 25 that which I was afraid of is come unto
4. 5 it is corne upon thee, and thou faintest
Psa. 52. title. David is come to the house of Ahimel.
55. 5 Fearfillness and trembling are come upon
69. i for the waters are come in unto(my)soul
69. 2 I am come into deep waters, where the
79. i heathen are come into thine inheritance
102. 13 time to favour her. .the set time, is come
Prov. 6. -? when thou art come into the hand of
Song 5. i I am come into my garden, my sister
Isa. 10. 28 He is come to Aiatli, he is passed to M.
37. 3 for the children are come to the birth
39. 3 They are come from a far country unto
44. 7 and the things that are coming, and shall
63. 4 and the year of my redeemed is come
Jer. 10. 22 the noise of the bruit is come, and aj
12. 12 The spoilers are come upon all high
32. 24 they are come unto the city to take it
46. 21 the day of their calamity was come upon
47. 5 Baldness is come upon Gaza ; Ashkelon
48. 21 judgment is come upon the plain country
50. 27 woe unto them ! for their day is come
50. 31 for thy day is come, the time (that) I
51 51 strangers are come into the sanctuaries of
51. 56 Because the spoiler is come upon her
Lam. 4. 18 our days are fulfilled ; for our end is come
Eze. 7. 2 the end is come upon the four corners of
7. 5 An evil, an only evil, behold, is come
7. 6 end is come, the end is come, .it is come
7. 7 The morning is come . the time is come
7. 10 Behold the day, behold, it is come ; the
7. 12 The time is come, the day draweth near
16. 7 and thou art come to excellent ornaments
17. i2 the king of Babylon is come to Jerusalem
20. 3 Are ye come to inquire of me ? (As) I
21. 25, 29 whose day is come, when their iniquity
22. 4 art come (even) unto thy years ; therefore
39. 8 Behold, it is come, and it is done, saith
Dan. 8. 23 when the transgressors are come to the
9. 13 all this evil is come upon us : yet made
10. 12 thy words were heard, and I am come
10. 14 I am come to make thee understand
Hos. o. 7 The days, .are come, the days, .are come
Amos 8. 2 The end is come upon my people of Israel
Mic. i. 9 incurable : for it is come unto Judah
Hag. i. 2 This people say, The time is not come
4. .To meet, N"jij qara.
Isa. 51. 19 These two (things) are come unto thee
COME about -
A revolution, circuit, n??pa tequphah.
i Sa. i. 20 when the time was conn- about after H.
COME about, to cause to
To cause to go around, a;; sabab, 5.
3 Ch. 13. 13 caused an anibushment to come about
COME abroad, to
1.7*0 go forth, **; yatsa.
Esth. i. 17 (this) deed of the queen shall come abroad
2.7*o b-reak forth, n? parats.
i Ch.3i. 5 as soon as the commandment came abroad
3.7*0 be come or arrived, Itfunioftmt aphikneomai.
Rom.i6 19 your obedience is come abroad unto all
COME aforehand, to
To take beforehand, irpo\afj.fta.f<i> pr^ambanij.
Marki4. 8 she is come aforehand to anoint my body
COME after, to
1. Hinder, Inter, p"X acharon.
Job 18. 20 They that come after (him) shall be
Eccl. 4. 16 they also that come after shall not rejoice
2. To receive in succession, SiuSe xoAicu diadechomai.
Acts 7. 45 Which also our fathers that came after
COME again, to
1. 7*o turn back, DP shnb.
Gen. 15. 16 they shall come hither again; for the
22. 5 and I and the lad will, .come again to
28. 21 I come again to my father s house in
50. 5 let me go up. .and I will come again
Exodi4 26 that the waters may come again upon the
24 14 Tarry ye. .until we come again unto you
Lev. 14. 39 the priest shall come again the seventh
14. 43 if the plague come again, and break out
Jium 35. 32 that he should come again to dwell in
Josh. 18. 8 describe it, and come again to m?, that I
Judg. 6. 18 I will tarry until thou come again
8. 9 When I come again in peace, I will break
15. 19 his spirit came again, and he revived
21. 14 And Benjamin came again at that time
Ruth 4. 3 Naomi, that is come again out of the
i Sa. 23. 23 come ye again to me with the certainty
30. 12 when he had eaten, his spirit came again
1 Ki. 2. 41 that Shimei had gone, and was come a.
12 5 Depart yet (for) three days, then come a.
12. 12 saying, Come to me again the third day
12. 20 Israel heard that Jeroboam was come a.
17 21 let this child s soul come into him again
17. 22 the soul of the child came into him again
19. 7 the angel of the LORD came again the
20. 5 the messengers came again, and said
2 Ki. 2. 18 when they came again to him.. he said
4. 22 I may run to the man of God, and come a.
4. 38 Elisha came again to Gilgal : and (there
5. 10 thy flesh shall come again to thee, and
5. 14 his flesh came again like, .a little child
7 8 came again, and entered into another
9. 18 The messenger, .cometh not again
9. 20 He came, .unto them, and cometh not a.
9. 36 Wherefore they came again, and told him
2 Ch.io. 5 Come again unto me after three days
10. 12 Come again to me OP the third day
30. 9 that they shall come again into this
Ezra 2. i came again unto Jerusalem and Judah
6. 21 which were come again out of captivity
Neh. 7. 6 came again to Jerusalem and to Judah
8. 17 that were come again out of the captivity
Esth. 6. 12 And Mordecai came again to the king s
Psa. 78. 39 that passeth away, and cometh not again
Prov. 3 28 Go, and come again, and to morrow I will
Jer. 31. 16 they shall come again from the laud of
31. 17 (thy) children shall come again to their
37. 8 the Chaldeans shall come again
Zech. 4. i the angel that talked with me came again
2.7*o come back upon, tirai>ipxonai ejmnerchomai.
Lukeio. 35 when I come again, I will repay thee
3. TV turn upon, iiriffTpfQu epistrepho.
Luke 8. 55 And her spirit came again, and she arose
4.7o turn back, or secretly, uico(npt<t>u> Impost repho.
Acts 22. 17 when I was come again to Jerusalem
COME against, to
7*o come in, K~Z bo.
Psa. 36. ii Let not the foot of pride come against
COME at, to
To meet with, ffwrvyxdviti suntugjchano.
Luke 8. 19 and could not come at him for the press
COME away, to
7*0 go or come on, f>\ y*lak.
Song 2. 10, 13 Rise up, my love .and come away
COME back, to
7*o turn back, "V shub.
Ruth 2. 6 the Moabitish damsel that came back
COME before, to
7*o come before, DiiJ qadam, 3.
2 Ki. 19. 32 nor come before it with shield, nor cast
Psa. 95. 2 Let us come before his presence with
Isa. 37. 33 nor come before it with shields, nor cast
Mir.. 6. 6 Wherewith shall I come before the LOK
6. 6 shall I come before him with burnt
COME 184 COME
COME betwixt, to
7*o touch or strilce upon, yi^paga, 5.
Job 36. 32 (not to shine) by (the cloud) . .cometh 1).
COME by, to
TII heroine master of, TrtpiKparrjs yivofiai [i/inomai].
Acts 27. 16 we had much work to come by the boat
COME, to cause to
1.7\) cause to come in, K 2 bo, 5.
Job 34. 28 cause the cry of the poor to come unto
2. 7*o cause to find, ? matsa, 5.
Job 37. 13 He causeth it to come, whether for cor.
3. 7*0 cause to meet, N"JI7 qara, 5.
Jer. 32. 23 thou hast caused all this evil to come
COME down
Coming down, nnj nacheth.
2 Ki. 6. 9 for thither the Syrians are come down
COME down, to
l.To come down, TV yarad.
Gen. ii. 5 the LORD came down to see the city and
15. ii when the fowls came down upon the car.
43. 20 we came indeed down at the first time
44. 23 Except your youngest brother come down
. 45. 9 come down unto me, tarry not
Exod. 2. 5 the daughter of Pharaoh came down to
3. 8 And I am come down to deliver then) out
9. 19 the hail shall come down upon them, and
ii. 8 thy servants shall come down unto me
39. ii the third day the LORD will come down
19. 20 me LORD came down upon mount Sinai
32. i saw that Moses delayed to come down
34. 29 when Moses came down from mount S.
34. 29 when he came down from the mount
Lev. 9. 22 came down from offering of the sin offer.
Jum 11.17! will come down aii alk with thee there
11. 25 the LORD came down in a cloud, and
12. 5 the LORD came down in the pillar of the
14. 45 the Amalekites came down, and the C.
20. 28 Moses and F.leazar came down from the
Dent. 9. 15 So I turned, and came down from the in.
10. 5 I turned myself, and came down from the
28. 24 from heaven shall it come down upon
28. 43 aud thou shalt come down very low
28. 52 until thy high and fenced walls come d.
Josh. 3. 13 (from) the waters that come down from
3. 16 the waters which came down from above
3. 16 those that came down toward the sea of
18. 16 the border came down to the end of t^a
Jnd;,. i . 34 they would not suffer them to come i wn
5. 14 out of Machir came down governors, and
7. 24 Come down against the Midianites, and
9. 36 there come people down from the . . moun.
9. 37 See there come people down by the
15. 12 We are come down to bind thee, that
16. 31 all the house of his father came down
I Sa. f . 21 come ye down (and) fetch it up to you
9. 25 when they were come down from the
10. 5 thou shalt meet a company . . coming down
10. 8 I will come down unto thee, to offer
13. 12 The Philistines will come down now upon
17. 8 choose you a man . .and let him come d.
17. 28 Why earnest thou down hither? and with
17. 28 thou art come down that thou mightest
23. 6 he came down (with) an ephod in his
23. ii will Saul come down, as thy servant hath
23. ii and the LORD said, He will come down
23. 20 O king, come down, according to all
23. 20 the desire of thy soul to come down
23. 25 wherefore he came down into a rock
25. 20 she came down by the covert of the hill
25. 20 David and his men came down against
a Sa 19. 1 6 and came down with the men of Judah to :
19. 31 And Barzillai . . came down from Rogelim
22. 10 He bowed the heavens also, and came do. ,
i Ki. 2. 8 he came down to meet me at Jordan, and
22. 2 Jehoshaphat . . came down to the king of
* KL i. 4, 6, 16 Thou shalt not come down from th. i
i. 9 man of God, the king hath said, Come d.
1. 10, 12 let fire come down from heaven, and
i. 10 there came down fire from heaven, aud
i. ii thus hath the king said, Come down
i. 12 the flre of God came down from heaven
1.14 there came flre down from heaven, and
6. 18 when they came down to him, Elisha
6. 33 behold, the messenger came down unto
7. 17 who spake when the king came down to
9 16 And Ahaziah . .was come down to see J.
13. 14 Joash the king of Israel came down unto
i Ch. 7. 21 because they came down to take away
a Ch. 7. i the fire came down from heaven, and
7. 3 Israel saw how the fire came down
Ueh. 6. 3 a great work, so that I cannot come down
6. 3 whilst I leave it, and come down to you?
9. 13 Thou earnest down also upon mount Sinai
Psa. 7. 1 6 his violent dealing shall come down upon
1 8. 9 He bowed the heavens also, and came d.
72. 6 He shall come down like rain upon the
144. 5 Bow thy heavens, O LORD, and come d.
Isa. 31. 4 so shall the LORD of hosts come down to
32. 19 When it shall hail, coming down on the
34. 5 it shall come down upon Idumea, and
34. 7 the unicorns shall come down with them
47. i Come down, and sit in the dust, O virgin
55. 10 as the rain cometh down, .from heaven
64. i Oh . . that thou wouldest come down
64. 3 when thou didst terrible . . thou earnest d.
Jer. 13. 18 for your principalities shall come down
Jer. 48. 18 Thou daughter, .come down from thy
Lam. i.
<> therefore she came down wonderfully
Eze. 26. 1 6 the princes, .shall come down from their
27. 29 pilots, .shall come down from their ships
30. 6 the pride of her power shall come down
47. i and the waters came down from under
Mic. i. 3 and will come down, and tread upon tin;
i. 12 but evil came down from the LORD unto
Hag. 2. 22 horses and their riders shall come down
Zech.ii. 2 the forest of the vintage is come down
l.To come down, nn; nachath.
Jer. 21. 13 which say, Who shall come down against
3. To come down, nnj ne.chath.
Dan. 4. 13 an holy one came down from heaven
4. 23 an holy one coining down from heaven
4. To come down, Kara^aivta katabaino.
Matt. 8. i When he was come down from the mount
14. 29 when Peter was come down out of the
17. 9 as they came down from the mountain
24. 17 Let him., on the house top not come down
27. 40 If thou be the Son of God, come down
27. 42 let him now come down from the cross
Mark 3. 22 scribes which came down from Jerusal.
9. 9 as they came down from the mountain
15. 30 Save thyself, and come down from the
Luke 6. 17 he came down with them, and stood in
8. 23 there came down a storm of wind on the
9. 54 that we command flre to come down from
10. 31 there came down a certain priest that
17. 31 let him not come down to take it away
19. 5 Zaccheus, make haste, and come down
19. 6 he made haste, and came down, and
John 3. 13 he that came down from heaven, (even)
4 . 47 besought him that he would come down
4. 49 Sir, come down ere my child die
6. 33 is he which cometh down from heaven
6. 38 I came down from heaven, not to do mine
f>. 41 I am the bread which came down from
6. 42 is it then that he saith, I came down
6. 50 the bread which cometh down from hea.
6. 51 I am the living bread which came down
6 58 that bread which came down from heaven
Acts 7. 34 and am come down to deliver them
8. 15 Who, when they were come down, prayed
14. ii The gods are come down to us in the
16. 8 they passing by Mysia came down to T.
24. 22 When Lysias the . . captain shall come d.
25. 7 the Jews which came down from Jeru.
Jas. i. 17 and cometh down from the Father of
Rev. 3. 12 which cometh down out of heaven
10. i I saw another mighty angel come down
12. 12 the devil is come down unto you, having
13. 13 he maketh flre come down from heaven
18. i Isawanotherangelcomedownfromheav.
20. i I saw an angel come down from heaven
20. 9 flre came down from God out of heaven
2:. 2 coming down from God out of heaven
5. To come down, Ka.TtpxofJ.a.1 katerchomai.
Luke 4. 31 came down to Capernaum, a city of Gal.
9. 37 when they were come down from the
Acts 9. 32 he came down also to the saints which
15. i certain men which came down from J.
21. 10 there came down from Judea a certain
COME down, to cauM to
1.7*o cause to come down, TV yarad, 5.
Eze. 34. 26 I will cause the shower to come down in
Joel 2. 23 he will cause to come down for you the
2. To cause to come down, nn^ nachath. 5.
Joel. 3. 1 1 cause thy mighty ones to come down, O
COME forth, to
1.7"o come forth, burst forth, flu guach.
Eze. 32. 2 and thou earnest forth with thy rivers
2.7"o (cause to) come or burst forth, Ilia guach, 5.
Judg2o. 33 the liers in wait of Israel came forth out
3. To go forth or out, xy; yatsa.
Gen. 15. 4 he that shall come forth out of thine own
24. 43 that when the virgin cometh forth to draw
24. 45 Kebekah came forth with her pitcher on
Exod. 4. 14 behold, he cometh forth to meet thee
5. 20 met Moses and Aaron . . as they came forth
8. 20 lo, he cometh forth to the water ; and say
13. 8 did unto me when I came forth out of E.
1 6. 24 come forth, and offer his burnt offering Xum 1 1. 20 saying, Why came we forth out of Egypt
12. 5 called Aaron and M. : and. .both came f.
Deut. 2. 23 which came forth out of Caphtor
4. 45 which Moses spake., after they came fortli
4. 46 after they were come forth out of Egypt
1 6. 3, 3 thou earnest forth out of the land of K.
16. 6 season that thou earnest forth out of E.
21. 2 elders and thy judges shall come forth
23. 4 when ye came forth out of Egypt ; and
24. 9 after.that ye were come forth out of Egypt
25. 17 when ye were come forth out of Egypt
Josh. 5. 5 by the way as they came forth out of E.
9. 12 on the day we came forth to go unto you
18. ii the coast of their lot came forth between
19. i And the second lot came forth to Simeon
Judg. i. 24 spies saw a man come forth out of the c.
9. 43 the people (were) come forth out of the
11. 31 whatsoever cometh forth of the doors itf
14. 14 Out of the eater came forth meat, and out
14. 14 of the strong came forth sweetness. And
ao. 21 children of Benjumin came forth out of G.
-, Sa. ii. 7 Whosoever cometh not forth after Saul
14. ii the Hebrews come forth out of the holes
22. 3 Let my father and mother, .come forth
2 Sa. 16. 5 he came forth, and cursed still as he
16 ii Behold, my son, which came forth of my
T Ki. 2. 30 said unto him, Thus saith the king.Come f.
8. 19 that shall come forth out of thy loins, he
20. 33 Then Ben-hadad came forth to him ; and
22. 21 there came forth aspirit, and stood before
2 Ki. 2. 3 sons of the prophets . . came forth to E.
2. 23 there came forth little children out of the
2. 24 there came forth two she bears out of the
9. 1 1 Jehu came forth to the servants of his
10. 25 Go in (and)slay them ; let none come forth
21. 15 since the day their fathers came forth out
1 Ch. 24. 7 the first lot came forth to Jehoiarib, the
25. 9 the first lot came forth for Asaph to Jos.
2 Ch. 6. 9 which shall come forth out of thy loins
Job 5. 6 although affliction cometh not forth of
14. 2 He cometh forth like a liower, and is cut
Psa. 17. 2 Let my sentence come forth from thy
88. 8 I (am) shut up, and I cannot come forth
Prov. 7. 15 Therefore came I forth to meet thee, dil.
25. 4 there shall come forth a vessel for the
Eccl. 5. 15 As he came forth of his mother s womb
7. 18 he that feareth God shall come forth of
Isa. ii. i there shall come forth a rod out of the
14. 29 out of the serpent s root shall come forth
28. 29 This also cometh forth from the LORD of
36. 3 Then came forth unto him Eliakim, Hil.
37. 9 He is come forth to make war with thee
48. i are come forth out of the waters of Judah
ler. i. 5 before thou earnest forth out of the womb
4. 4 lest my fury come forth like flre, and burn
7. 25 Since the day that your fathers came forth
zo. 1 8 Wherefore came I forth out of the womb
37. 5 Pharaoh s army was come forth out of
37. 7 Pharaoh s army, which is come forth to
46. 9 and let the mighty men come forth ; the
48. 45 but a flre shall come forth out of Heshbon
Eze. 5. 4 thereof shall a flre come forth into all the
14/22 behold, they shall come forth unto you
21. 19 both twain shall come forth out of one
33. 30 the word that cometh forth from the L.
Dan. 8. 9 out of one of them came forth a little horn
9. 22 I am now come forth to give thee skill and
9. 23 the commandment came forth, and I am
11. ii and shall come forth and fight with him
Joel 3. 1 8 a fountain shall come forth of the house
Mic. i. 3 the LORD cometh forth out of his place
i. ii the inhabitant of Zaanan came not forth
5. 2 out of thee shall he come forth unto me
Zech. 10. 4 Out of him came forth the corner, out of
4. Outcoming, offspring, issue, K x; yatsi.
2 Ch.32. 21 they that came forth of his own bowels
5.7*0 come forth, p5) nephaq.
Dan. 3. 26 servants of the most high God, come forth
3. 26 Then., came forth of the midst of the fire
5. 5 In the same hour came forth fingers of a
7. 10 A fiery stream issued and came forth
6.7*0 come out of, forth, ficiropfvo/j.ai ekporevamai.
Luke 3. 7 to the multitude that came forth to be
John 5. 29 And shall come forth; they that have done
7. 7*o come out of, forth, iftpxojuu exerchomai.
Matti3. 49 the angels shall come forth, and sever the
15. 1 8 things, .out of the mouth come forth from
Mark i. 38 Let us go. .for therefore [came I forth]
8. ii the Pharisees came forth, and began to
9. 29 This kind can come forth by nothing but
John 1 1. 44 And he that was dead came forth, bound
16. 28 I came forth from the Father, and am co.
16. 30 by this we believe that thou earnest forth
Acts 7. 7 after that shall they corne forth, and serve
8.7*o come alongside of, -/rapepxMa( parerchomai.
Luke 12. 37 and will come forth and serve them
COME forth or out, that
Outcoming, offspring, issue, C xyxx tseetsaim.
Isa. 34. i world, and all things that come forth of
.42. 5 and that which cometh out of it ; he that
COME hither
Hitlier, here, come / otvpo deuro.
Rev. 17. i sayingunto me, Come hither : I will shovr
21. 9 and talked with me, saying, Come hither
COME in, into, or unto, to
1.7*0 come in, KS2 bo.
Gen. 8. ii the dove came in to him in the evening
19. 5 Where (are) the men which came in to
19. 9 This one (fellow) came in to sojourn, and
19. 31 not a man in the earth to come in unto
-4. 31 he said, Come in, thou blessed of the L.
27. 30 Esau his brother came in from his hunt.
30. 1 6 Thou must come in unto me ; for surely I
38. 16 Go to, I pray thee, let me come in unto
38. 1 6 What..that thou mayest come in unto me?
38. 1 8 he gave (it) her, and came in unto her
39. 14 he came in unto me to lie with me, and I
39. 17 The Hebrew servant . . came in unto me
40. 6 Joseph came in unto them in the morn.
41. 14 changed his raiment, and came in unto
Exod. 1.19 are delivered ere the midwives come in
10. 3 Moses and Aaron came in unto Pharoah
21. 3 If he came in by himself, he shall go out
?S. 43 when they come in unto the tabernacle
Lev. 14. 48 if the priest shall come in, and look
25. 22 until her fruits corne in ye shall eat (of)
. 21 at his word they shall come in, (both) he
COME 185 COME
DeutzS. 6 Klcssed (sliult.)thnu (he) when . .comest in
28. 19 Cursed (slialt) thou (be) when . . comest in
31. 2 I can no more go out and come in
Josh. 2. 2 Behold, there came men in hither to night
14. i- for war, both to go out, and to come in
JudgiS. 17 the live men . .came in thither, (and) took
19. 22 Bring forth the man that came into thine
1 Sa. 4. 14 And the man came in hastily, and told E.
1 8. 13 he went out and came in before the peo.
29. 6 thy coming in with me in the host (is) good
2 Sa. 5. 6 thou shall not come in hither: thinking
5. 6 David cannot come in hither
ii. 4 she came in unto him, and he lay with
1 Ki. i. 14 I also will come in after thee, and confirm
3. 22 Nathan the prophet also came in
i. 42 Come in; for thou (art) a valiant man, and
3. 7 I know not (how) to go out or come in
14. 5 it shall be, when she cometh in, that she
14. 6 as she came in at the door, that he said
14. 6 Come in, thou wife of Jeroboam ; why
15. 17 might not suffer any to go out or come in
21. 13 there came in two men, children of Belial
2 Ki.ii. 8 and be ye with the king, .as he cometh in
ji. 9 men that were to come in on the sabbath
13. 20 invaded the land at the coming in of the
19. 27 I know . . thy going out, and thy coming in
1 Ch.27- i which came in and went out month by
2 Ch i. 10 that I may go out and come in before
15. 5 that went out, nor to him that came in
16. i that he might let none go out or come in
23. 7 whosoever (else) cometh into the house
23. 7 be ye with the king when he cometh in
23. 8 men that were to come in on the sabbath
Esth 2. 14 she came in unto the king no more, except
4 ii I have not been called to come in unto
o 5 And the king said, Let him come in
6. 6 So Hainan came in. And the king said
Job 22 21 thereby good shall come unto thee
Psa. 24 7 and the King of glory shall come in
109. 17 he loved cursing, so let it come unto him
:IQ 41 Let thy mercies come also unto me, () L.
119. 77 Let thy tender mercies come unto me
121 8 The LORD shall preserve. . thy coming in
Provn. 27 that seeketh mischief, it shall come unto
Eccl 6 4 he cometh in with vanity, and departeth
Jsa 24. 10 every house is shut., no man may come in
28 15 it shall not come unto us : for we have
37. 28 I know, .thy going out and thy coming in
59. 19 When the enemy shall come in like a flood
Jer. 17. 19 whereby the kings of Judah come in, and
37. 4 Jeremiah came in and went out among the
39. 3 all the princes of the king, .came in, and
Eze. 46. 9 shall not return by the way. .he came in
Dan. ii. 21 he shall come in peaceably, and obtain
Hos. 7. i the thief cometh in, (and) the troop of
Jon. 2. 7 my prayer came in unto thee, into thine
Zech. 8 10 to him that went out or came in because
2. To come up or in, SSjJ. alal.
Dan. 4. 7 Then came in the magicians, the astrolo.
5 8 Then came in all the king s wise (men)
3. To come in or toward, tia-tpxopai eiserchomai.
Matt 22. 1 1 when the king came in to see the guests
22. 12 Friend, how earnest thou in hither not
Mark 5. 39 when he was come in, he saith unto them
6. 22 the daughter of the said Herodias came in
6. 25 And she came in straightway with haste
Luke i. 28 And the angel came in unto her, and said
7. 45 but this woman since the tim-e I came in
14. 23 and compel (them) to come in, that my
Acts i 13 when they were come in, they went up
5. 7 wife, not knowing what was done, came in
3. 10 the young men came in, and found her
9. 12 a man named Ananias coming in, and
jo. 3 an angel of God coming in to him, and
10. 25 as Peter was coming-in, Cornelius met
Rom ii. 25 ; i Co. 14. 23, 24 ; Heb. 10. 5 ; Jas. 2. 2 ;
Kev. 3. 20; .Matt. 10. 12; 17. 25; 21. 10; Mark 9. 28;
Luke 8. 41, 51 ; Acts n. 20 ; 23. 33; 14. 20; 16. 15.
4. To (jo or come into, IjUjSatVco embaind.
Matt. 14. 32 when, they were come into the ; Mark 5.18.
ft. J o come in or toward, tlttoptAofuu eisporeuomai.
Lukeir. 33 that they which come in may see the light
Acts 9. z8 he was with them coming in and goingout
28. 30 and received all that came in unto him
ft.To set oneself upon or over, 4<f>i<rrrini ephistemi.
Luke 2 38 And she coming in that instant gave thanks
COME in. to let
To cause, to come in, n^a bo, 5.
Esth. 5.12 the queen did let no man come in with
COME in privily, to
To come in alongside of, or privily, Trapdfffpxo^ai.
Gal. 2 4 who came in privily to spy out our liberty
COME into one s room, to
To receive a successor, Xa^avco
StdSox< [lnmban ~>].
Acts 24. 27 Porcius Festus came into Felix room: and
COME like a whirlwind, to
To show oneself tempestuous, UV soar, 7.
Dan. ii 40 the king, .shall come, .like a whirlwind
COME mightily, to
To prosper, come successfully, rny Isaleach.
J udg 14. 6 the Spirit of the LORD came mightily upon
15. 14 the Spirit of the LORD came mightily upon
COME no more, to
To add, f]pj yasaph.
i Sa. 15. 35 And Samuel came no more to see Saul
COME near, to
I. To coiiicnigh, E^J nagash.
Gen. 19. 9 and came hear to break the door
27. 21 Come near, 1 pray thee, that I may feel
27. 26 Come near now, and kiss me, my son
27. 27 And lie came near, and kissed him : and
33. 3 bowed himself, .until he came near to his
33. (> Then the handmaidens came near, they
33. 7 Leah also with her children cam,- near
33. 7 after came Joseph near and Rachel, a*id
43. 10 they came near to the steward of Joseph s
44. 1 8 Then Judah came near unto him, and said
45. 4 Come near to me. .And they came near
Exod28. 43 or when they come near unto the altar to
30. 20 or when they come near to the altar to
Nuni32. 16 And they came near unto him, and said
Josh.21. i Then came near the heads of the fathers
i Sa. 30. 21 and when David came near to the people
1 Ki.iS. 30 Elijah said unto all the people, Come near
1 8. 30 all the people came near unto him: and
18. 36 Elijah the prophet came near, and said
2 Ki. 4. 27 but Gehazi came near to thrust her away
5. 13 his servants came near, and spake unto
2 Ch.iS. 23 Then Zedekiah . .came near, and smote M.
29. 31 come near and bring sacrifices and thank
Isa. 41. i let them come near, then let them speak
50. 8 who(is)mineadversary?lethimcomenear
65. 5 Stand by thyself, come not near to me
Jer. 42. i least even unto the greatest, came near
Eze. 9. 6 come not near any man upon whom
44. 13 they shall not come near unto me, to do
44. 13 to come near to any of my holy things, in
2. To come nigh, euj nagash, 2.
Exodig. 22 let the priests also, which come near to
Deut2i. 5 priests the sons of Levi shall come near
3. To come near, DIJJ qarab.
Gen. 20. 4 But Abimelech had not come near her
37. 1 8 before he came near unto them, they
Exodi2. 48 let him come near and keep it; and he
14. 20 the one came not near the other all the
1 6. 9 Come near before the LORD : for he hath
40. 32 when they came near unto the altar,
Lev. 10. 4 Come near, Marry your brethren from
Nunii6. 40 come near to offer incense before the L.
31. 48 And the officers, .came near unto Moses
36. i came near, and spake before Moses, and
Deut. i. 22 ye came near unto me every one of you
4. ii ye came near and stood under the moun.
5.23 that ye came near unto me . . (even) all the
Josh. 3. 4 come not near unto it, that ye may know
10. 24 Come near, put your feet upon the necks
10. 24 they came near, and put their feet upon
17. 4 they came near before Eleazar the priest
Judg2o. 24 the children of Israel came near against
2 Sa. 20. 16 Come near hither, that I may speak with
20. 17 when he was come near unto her, the
Psa. 32. 9 lest they come near unto thee
1 19. 169 Let my cry come near before thee, O LORD
Isa. 34. i Come near, ye nations, to hear ; and
41. i let us come near together to judgment
48. 16 Come ye near unto me, hear ye this ; I
54. 14; Eze. 18. 6; 44. 15 ; 44. 16 ; Mai. 3. 5.
4. To be or come nigh, tyyifa c/Jgizo.
Luke 18. 40 when he was come near, he asked him
[See also 19. 41 ; Acts 9. 3 ; 21. 33 ; 23. 15.]
~>.To come near, 31 j? qereb.
Dan. 3. 8 at that time certain Chaldeans came near
3. 26 Nebuchadnezzar came near to the mouth
6. 12 they came near, and spake before the k.
7. 16 I came near unto one of them that stood
COME near, to be (or cause to)
To bring or cause to come near, :ni? qarab, 5.
Gen. 12. ii when he was come near to enter into E.
Numi6. 5 will cause (him) to come near unto him
16. 5 (him), .will he cause to come near unto
i Sa. 10. 20 had caused all the tribes, .to come near
10. 21 caused the tribe of Benjamin to come near
COME near, which
Near, irijj qareb.
Eze. 40. 46 which come near to the LORD to minister
45. 4 which shall come near to minister unto
COME nigh, to
I.To (cause to) touch, J?Jj naga, 5.
Psa. 32. 6 in the floods, .they shall not come nigh
2. To come nigh, c*3j nagash.
Exod24. 2 they shall not come nigh, neither shall
34. 30 and they were afraid to come ni^h him
Lev. 21.21 the priest shall come nigli to offer the
21. 21 he shall not come nigh to offer the bread
21. 23 nor come nigh unto the altar because he
Num. 8. 19 when the children of Israel come nigh
Psa. 91. 7 (but) it shall not come nigh thee
3. To come near, anp qarab.
Exod32. 19 as soon as he came nigh unto the camp
NumiS. 3 they shall not come nigh the vessels of
1 8. 4 a stranger shall not come nigh unto you
1 8. 22 come nigh the tabernacle of the congre.
Deut. 2. 19 (when) thou comest nigh over against
20. 2 when ye are come nigh unto the battle
20. 10 When thou coniest nigh unto a city to
2. Sa.i;. 5 when any man came nigh (to him) to do
Psa. 91. 10 neither shall any plague come nigh thy
Pro. 5. 8 and come not nigh the door of her house
4.Near, 3"i.i3 qarcb.
Num.i. 51 ; 3. 10, 38 the stranger that cometh nigh
18. 7 the stranger that cometh nigh shall be
5. To come niyh, tyyifa eygizfi.
Markn. i When they came nigh to Jerusalem, unto
Luke 7. 12 when he came nigh to the gate of the city
10. 9, ii The kingdom of God is come nigh untu
18. 35 as he was come nigh unto Jericho
19. 29 when he was come nigh tr> Bethphage
19. 37 when he was come nigh, even now at the
Acts 22. 6 was come nigh unto Damascus about
COME nigh, them that
Near, anp qarob.
Lev. 10. 3 be sanctified in them that come ni;;h me
COME nigh unto, to
To come nigh toward, irpo<rfyytw jtroseygizO.
Mark 2. 4 when they could not come ui^h unto him
COME on
To give (help or counsel), arr yahob.
Exod. i. 10 Come on, let us deal wisely with them
COME on (or upon), to
I. To find, meet, N>D matsa.
Gen. 44. 34 lest. .1 see the evil that shall come on,
Deut3i. 17 Are not these evils come upon us, because
Neh. 9. 32 that hath come upon us, on our kings, on
2. To face, turn the face, njp panah.
Deut23. ii when evening cometh on, he shall
3. To cmne upo^i, tirepxo(Jia.i eperchomai.
Luke2i. 35 as a snare [shall it come on] all them that
i.To receive, take, Xa^fidviii lamba.no.
Luke 7. 16 there came a fear on all : and they glori.
COME out, to
1. To come forth, out of, xy; yatsa.
Gen. 15. 14 afterward shall they come out with great
17. 6 and kings shall come out of the
24. 13 daughters of the men of the city come out
24. 15 Rebekah came out, who was born to B.
25. 25 the first came out red, all over like an
25. 26 after that came his brother out, and his
35. ii and kings shall come out oj thy loins
38. 28 scarlet thread, sayiug, This came out first
38. 29 behold, his brother came out : and she
46. 26 All the souls, .which came out of liisloins
Exod. i. 5 all the souls that came out of the loins
13. 3 Remember this fifty, in which ye came out
13. 4 This day came ye out, in the month Abib
17. 6 there shall come water out of it, that the
23. 15 for in it thou earnest out from Egypt
25. 32 six branches shall come out of the sides
25. 33 branches that come out of the candlestick
28. 35 and when he cometh out, that he die not
32. 24 cast it into the fire, and there came out
34. 1 8 in the month Abib thou earnest out from
34. 34 he took the veil off, until he came out
34. 34 he came out, and spake unto the children
Lev. o. 23 and came out, and blessed the people
9. 24 there came a tire out from before the L.
16. 17 until he come out, and have made an
Num. i. i the second year after they were come out
9. i the second year after they were come out
11. 20 until it come out at your nostrils, and
12. 4 Come out ye three.. And., three came out
12. 12 when he cometh out of his mother s womb
16. 27 Dathan and Abiram came out, and stood in
16. 35 there came out a fire from the LORD, and
20. 1 1 the water came out abundantly, and the
20. 18 lest I come out against thee with the
20. 20 Edom came out against him with much
21. 13 the wilderness that cometh out of the
22. 5 there is a people come out from
22. ii (there is) a people come out of Egypt
33. 38 the children of Israel were come out of
Deut. i. 44 the Amorites. .came out against you, and
2. 32 Sihon came out against us, he and all his
3. i Og the king of Bashau came out against
11. 10 the land of Egypt, from whence ye cameo.
28. 7 they shall come out against thee one way
28. 57 her young one that cometh out from
29. 7 came out against us unto battle, and we
Josh. 2. 10 for you, when ye came out of Egypt
5. 4 All the people that came out of Egypt
5. 5 all the people that came out were circu.
5. 6 men of war, which came out of Egypt, were
8. 5 when they come out against us, as at the
S. 6 For they will come out after us, till we
19. 17 the fourth lot came out to Issachar, for
19. 24 the fifth lot came out for the tribe of
19. 32 The sixth lot came out to the children of
19. 40 the seventh lot came out for the tribe of
21. 4 the lot canie out for the families of the
Judg-. 3. 22 and the dirt came out
4. 22 Jael came out to meet him, and said unto
9. 15 let fire come out of the bramble, and
o. 20 let fire come out from Abimelech, and
9. 20 let fire come out from the men of Shech
9. 29 Increase thine army, and come out
9. 33 the people that (is) with him come out
ii. 34 his daughter came out to meet him with
-i. 21 if the daughters of Shiloh come out to
ji. 21 come ye out of the vineyards, and catch
i Sa. 2. 3 let (not) arrogancy come out of your
9. 14 Samuel came out against them, for to go
it. 3 and then, .we will come out to thee
ii. 7 and they came out with one consent
13. 17 the spoilers came out of the camp of the
24
COME 18G COME
1 Sa. 17. 8 Why are ye come out to set (your) battle
18. 6 the women came out of all cities of Israel
21. 5 about these three days, since I came out
23. 15 David saw that Saul was come out to
24. 14 After whom is the king of Israel come out
26. 20 the king of Israel is come out to seek a
1 Sa. 2. 23 that the spear came out behind him
.(. 26 when Joab was come out from David, he
o. 20 MichaL.came out to meet David, and
10. 8 the children of Ammou came out, and
11. 23 came out unto us into the Held, and we
16. 5 thence came out a man of the family of
16. 7 Come out, come out, thou bloody man, and
18 4 all the people came out by hundreds, and
t Ki. 8. 9 when they came out of the land of Egypt
8. 10 when the priests were come out of the
9. 12 Hiram came out from Tyre to see the ci.
20. 17 saying.Thereare men come out of Samaria
20. 18 \Vhetherthey be come out for peace, take
20. 18 whether they be come out for war, take
20. 19 these young men. .came out of the city
2 Ki. 5. ii He will surely come out to me, and stand
7. 12 When they come out of the city, we shall
18. 18 there came out to them Kliakim the son
18. 31 Make (an agreement), .and come out to
19. 9 he is come out to light against thee
i Ch. 19. 9 the children of Aininon came out, and
26. 14 they cast lots ; and his lot came out north.
aCh. 5. 10 the children, .when they came out of Eg.
5. ii when the priests were come out of the
14 9 there came out against them Zerah the
18. 20 Then there came out a spirit, and stood
Job i. 21 Naked came I out of my mother s womb
3. ii give up the ghost when I came out of the
38. 29 Out of whose womb came the ice ? and the
Psa. 19. 5 as a bridegroom coming out of his chain.
Prov. 12. 13 but the just shall come out of trouble
Isa. 26. 21 the LORD cometh out of his place to pun.
36. 16 Make (au agreement), .and come out to
Mic. 7. 15 According to the days of thy coming out
Kali. i. ii There is (one) come out of thee, that
Hag. 2.5! covenanted with you when ye came out
Zeen. 5. q behold, there came out two womeu, and
6. i there came four chariots out from
2. To come forth, out of, f^fpxofjLai exerchomai.
Matt. 5. 26 Thou shall by no means come out thence
8. 28 coming out of the tombs, exceeding tierce
8. 32 And when they were come out. they went
8. 34 the wh.ile city came out to meet Jesus
12. 44 into my house from whence I came out
15. 22 a woman of Canaan came out of the same
27 as the lightning cometh out of the east
55 Are ye come out as against a thief with
. 32 as they came out, they found a man of
53 came out of the graves after his resurrec.
34 Jesus, when he came out, saw much peo.
/26 And.. cried.. and came out of him: and
22 when he came out, he coul 1 not speak
36 commandeth the. . spiri ts, and they come i >.
24 return unto my house whence I came out
28 therefore came his father out, and entre.
39 he came out, and went, as he was wont
27 have believed that I came out from God
8 have known, .that I came out from thee
18 to come out of her. And he came out the
36 What ! came the word of God out from
17 come out from among them, and be ye
15 that (country) from whence they came out
1 8 another angel came out from the altar
24.
26
17
27.
Mark 6.
9
Luke i
4.
ii.
15.
22.
Johm6
17
Acts 16
1 Co. 14.
2 Co 6
Heb. 1 1.
Rev. 14
COME over, to (be)
1.7*11 crime over, -135; abar.
Mum 35. 10 When ye be come over Jordan into the
Deut. 2. 14 until we were come over the brook Zered
27. 12 when ye are come over Jordan
Josh 4 22 Israel came over this Jordan on dryland
2 Sa. IQ. i3 before the king, as he was come over Jor
19. 3-5 Come thou over with me, and I will feed
19. 30 when the king was come over, the king
Isa. 45. 14 Sabeans. men of stature, shall come over
2 7V> come through, 5ia/3aivca diabainu.
Acts 16. 9 Come over into Macedonia, and help us
COME round, to
T.I encompass, Ki K\6w kukloo.
John 10 24 Then came the Jews round about him
COME running; together, to
To run together to, twin-n-rp^o) episuntrecho.
Murk r
). 25 saw that the people came running toget.
COME thereout, to
l.Tn C mif. forth, M*; yatsa.
Judg 15. 19 and there came water thereout
2. To come forth, out. of, ltpx<>[j.ai exerchomai.
John 19. 34 forthwith caine thereout blood and water
COME thither, to
To coine, upon, tirfpx<j/j.ai fftfrckoiHttt,
Acts 14 IQ there came thither (certain) Jews from A.
COME, things to
1.7*0 come, arrive, fiQ% nthuh.
Isa. 41. 2 3 Show the thm.usthat are to come hereafter
44. 7 things that are coming and shall come
45. j i Ask me of tlviugs to come concerning my
2.7b come in, K12 bo
Isa 41. 22 or declare us things for to come
S. To be about to be. /ieAAo> niello.
Rom. 8. 38 nor things present ; nor things to come
i Co. 3. 22 or things present, or things to come
Col. 2. 17 Which art- a shadow of things to come
Heb. ii. 20 Jacob and Ksau concerning things to come
COME, things that
A going up, fhilj) maalah.
Eze. ii. 5 I know the things that come iuto your
COME, things that shall -
Ready, prepared, vn% a (hid.
Deut. 32. 35 things that shall come upon them make
COME, time to
1.7*0 morroiv, hereafter, -HI? muchar.
Gen. 30. 33 answer for me in time to come, when it
Kxod 13. 14 when thy son asketh thee in time to come
Deut. 6. 20 when thy son asketh thee in time tocome
Josh. 4. 6 ask (their fathers) in time to come, saying
4. 21 your children shall ask. .iu time to come
22. 24 In time to come your children might
22. 27 children may not say. .in time to come
22. 28 say to. .our generations in time to come
2.7*0 be about to be, ni\\u mello.
i Ti. 6 19 good foundation against the time to come
COME to (or unto), to
1. To find, N> <?
matsa.
i Sa. 25. 8 whatsoever cometh to thine hand unto
Xsth. 8. 6 the evil that shall come unto my people?
2. To be found, yc matsa, 2.
Judg. 20 48 set on fire all the cities, .they came to
3.7"o come toward, irpo(T pXMOU proserchomai.
Matt.4 3 when the tempter came to him, he said
8. 25 his disciples came to (him), and awoke
9. 14 Then came to him the disciples of John
9. 28 the blind men came to him : and Jesus
14. 15 his disciples came to him, saying, This
15. i Then came to Jesus scribes and Pharisees
17. 14 there came to him a (certain) man, kneel.
17. 19 Then came the disciples to Jesus apart
17. 24 came to Peter, and said, Doth not your
18. 21 Then came Peter to him. and said, Lord
20. 20 Then came to him the mother of Zeb.
21. 14 the blind and the lame came to him in
21. 28 he came to the first, and said. Son, go
21. 30 he came to the second, and said likewise
22. 23 The same day came to him the Sadducees
24. i his disciples came to (him) for to show
26. 17 the disciples came to Jesus, saying unto
26. 49 forthwith he came to Jesus, and said
Markio. 2 the Pharisees came to him, and asked
Luke 8. 24 they came to him, and awoke him, saying
20. 27 Then came to (him) certain of the Sadd.
23. 36 coming to him, and offering him vinegar
Acts 23. 14 they came to the chief priests and elders
Heb. ii. 6 he that cometh to God must believe that
4. To place upon, or before, e^/crTTj/xt ephistemi.
Lukeio. 40 came to him, ami said. Lord, dost thou
COME to an end, to
To perfect, fail, be complete, i?a gamar.
Psa. 7. 9 wickedness of the w icked come to an end
COME to hand, to
To be found, xv? ma.tsa, 2.
Judg2o. 48 the beast, and all that came to hand
COME to nought, to
To loose douni, KaraKvca katalut.
Acts 5 38 this work be of men, it will come to nou.
COME to pass, to
\.To come in. xia bo.
Deut 13. 2 the sign or the wonder come to pass
1 8. 22 if the thing follow not, nor come to pass
Josh 21. 45 There failed not ought, .all came to pass
23. 14 all are come to pass unto you. (and) not
Judg 3. 27 it came to pass, when he was come, that
13. 12 said. Now let thy words come to pass
13. 17 when thy sayings come to pass we may do
1 Sa. 9. 6 all that he saith cometh surely to pass
10. 9 all those signs came to pass that day
16. 1 6 it came to pass, when they were come
2 Sa. 15. 32 it came to pass, that (wheu) David was
76. 6 it came to pass, when Hushai the Arc-hit a
2 Ki. 6. 20 it came to pass, when they were come into
Isa. 42. 9 the former things are come to pass, and
48. 3 did (them) suddenly, and they came to p.
48. 5 before it came to pass I showed (it) thee
Ter. 28. 9 when the word of ..shall come to pass
Eze 24. 14 it shall come to pass, and I will do (it)
33 33 when this cometh to pass, lo it will come
2. To be, n;n hat/ah.
Gen. 4. 14 it shall come to pass, (that) every one that
6. i it CP me to pass, when men began to nmlti
7. 10 it came to pass after seven days, that the
8. 6 it came to pass at the end of forty days
8. 13 it came to pass in the sixth hundredth
[This verb occurs many thousands of times ]
3. 7*0 be, KIT ham.
Dan. 2. 29 what should come to pass ; 2. 29 ; 2. 45.
Sa.Be accomplished, nyy asafi, 2 : Eze. 12. 25.
4. To meet, !r$ qarali.
N um ii. 23 whether my word shall come to pass unto
5. 7*o become, to come to bf, yii-ontu ginomai.
Matt 7 28 it came to pass, when Jesus had ended
Matt. 9. 10 it came to pass, as Jesus saf at meat iu
ii. i it came to pass, when Jesus had made
13. 53 it came to pass .. when Jesus had finished
19. i it came to pass, .when Jesus had finished
24. 6 for all . . must come to pass, but the end
26. i it came to pass, when Jesus had Finished
Mark i. 9 it came to pass in those days, that JeMis
2. 1 5 it came to pass . . as Jesus sat at meat in
a. 23 it came to pass . . he went through the
4. 4 it came to pass, as he sowed, some fell by
ii. 23 things which he saith shall come to pasa
13. 29 ye shall see these things come to pass
Luke i. 8 it came to pass, that, while he executed
i. 23 it came to pass, that, as soon as the days
i. 41 it came to pass, that, when Klisabeth
1. 59 it came to pass, that on the eighth day
2. i it came to pass in those days, that there
2. 15 it came to pass, as the angels were gone
2. 15 see this thing which is come to pass
2. 46 it came to pass, that after three days
3. 21 it came to pass, that Jesus also being bap
5. i it came to pass, that, asthe people pressed
5. 12 it came to pass, when he was in a certain
5. 17 it came to pass on a certain day, as he
6. i it came to pass, on the second sabbath
6. 6 it came to pass also on another sabbath
6. 12 it came to pass in those days, that he went
7. ii it came to pass the day after, that he
8. i it came to pass afterward, that he went
8. 22 it came to pass on a certain day, that he
8. 40 it came to pass, .when Jesus was retur.
9. 1 8 it came to pass, as he was alone praying
9. 28 it came to pass, about an eight days after
9. 33 it came to pass, as they departed from
9. 37 it came to pass, that on the next day
9. 51 it came to pass, when the time was con:e
g. 57 [it came to pass], .as they went inthewaj
10. 38 it came to pass, as they went, that he
11. i it came to pass, .as he was praying in a
ii. 14 it came to pass, when the devil was gone
11. 27 it came to pass, as he spake these tilings
12. 55 There will be heat ; and it cometh to pass
14. i it came to pass, as he went into the house
16. 22 it came to pass, that the beggar died, and
17 ii it came to pass, as he went to Jerusalem
17. 14 it came to pass, that, as they went, they
18. 35 it came to pass . .as he was come nigh unto
19. 15 it came to pass, that,when he was returned
19. 29 it came to pass, when he was come nigh
20. i it came to pass, (that)on one of those days
21. 7 wheu these things shall come to pass ?
21. 9 these things must first come to pass ; but
21. 28 when these things begin to come to pass
21.31 when ye see these things come to pass
21. 36 all these things that shall come to pass
24. 4 it came to pass, as they were much per.
24. 12 [wondering, .atthat which was come to p.}
24. 15 it came to pass, that, while theycommun.
24. 18 the things which are come to pass there
24. 30 it came to pass, as he sat at meat with
24. 51 it came to pass, while he blessed them, he
John 13. 19 when it is come to pass, ye may believe
14. 29 I have told you before it come to pass
14. 29 when it is come to pass, ye might believe
Acts 4. 5 it came to pass on the morrow, that their
9. 32 it came to pass, as Peter passed through
9. 37 it came to pass in those days, that she
9. 43 it came to pass, that he tarried many days
ii. 26 it came to pass, that a whole year they
ii. 28 which came to pass in the days of Claud.
14. i it came to pass in Iconium, that they weut
16. 16 it came to pass, as we went to prayer, a
19. i it came to pass, .while Apollos was at C.
21. i it came to pass, that after we were gotten
22. 6 it came to pass, .as I made my journey
22. 17 it came to pass, .when I was come again
27. 44 it came to pass, that they escaped all safe
28. 8 it came to pass, that the father of I ublius
28. 17 it came to pass, that after three days
i Th. 3. 4 even as it came to pass, and ye know
Rev. i. i things which must shortly come to pass
6. 7*6> be, (it shall be), i/t, (Zarai), eimi, (estai).
Acts 2. 17 it shall come to pass in the last days
2. 21 it shall come to pass, (that) whosoever
3. 23 it shall come to pass, (that) every soul
Rom. 9. 26 it shall come to pass, (that) in the place
COME to (understanding), to
To know under-standmy, nj-a jn; yada bin ah.
Isa. 29. 24 They also, .shall come to understanding
COME together, to
1.7*0 come near, 31$ qarab.
Eze. 37. 7 the bones came together, bone to his bone
2. 7*o come alongside together, ffvfj.trapa. yivofjia.i
Luke23- 48 all the people that came together to that
3. 7*o come together, ffvvdyta sunayo.
Matt 27. 62 chief priests .. came together unto Pilate
Mark 7. i Then came together unto him the Pliaris.
Luke 22. 66 chief priests, and the scribes, came toget.
Acts 13. 44 And. .came almost the whole city toget.
15. 6 the apostles and elders came together for
20. 7 wheu the disciples came together to break
1. 7*o come together, ffvvtpx ^ - 1 sunerchomai .
Matt. 1. 18 before they came together, she was found
Mark 3. 20 the multitude cometh together again, siv
6. 33 [many knew him. .came together untoj
Cuke 5. 15 grat multitudes came together to hear
Acts i. 6 When they therefore were come together
2. 6 the multitude came together, and were
COME 187 COME
Acts 10. 27 and found many that were come together
19. 3- kuew not wherefore they were come tog.
21. 22 the multitude must needs come together
28. 17 when they were come together, he said
i Co. 7. 5 give yourselves to . . prayer ; and (.come to. J
11.17 that ye come together not for the better
ii 18 when ye come together in the church
ii. 20 When ye come together therefore into one
11. 33 my brethren, when ye come together to
11 34 J e come not together unto condemnation
14! 23 If. .the whole chr.rch [be come together]
14! 26 How is it then, .when ye come together
COKE unto, to
1. To place upon or over, tyiffrrjut ephistemi.
Acts ii ii there were three men already come unto
2.To come toward, irpo<repxofj.et.i Vfoserchomai.
Matt. 5. i when he was set, his disciples came unto
8. 5 there came uuto him a centurion, beseech.
13 36 his disciples came unto him, saying
15 30 great multitudes came unto him, having
1 8. i At the same time came the disciples unto
19. 3 The Pharisees also came unto him, tempt.
21. 23 the elders of the people came uuto him
24- 3 the disciples came unto him privately
26. 7 There came unto him a woman haying an
26. 6Q a damsel came unto him, saying, Thou
26. 73 after a while came unto (him) they that
Mark 6. 35 his disciples came unto him. and said
Acts 10. 28 or come unto one of another nation
18. 2 a certain Jew. .and came unto them
24. 23 forbid none.. to minister or [come unto]
Heb. 4. 16 Let us therefore come boldly uuto the
7. 25 to save them, .that come unto God by
12 1 8 ye are not come uuto the mount that
12. 22 ye are come uuto mount Sion, and uuto
3. To come toward, irpo<nropfvo/ma.i prosp&reuornai.
Markio. 35 the sons of Zebedee, come unto him
COME up (or upon), to
1. To come in, x>3 bo.
Deut.32. 17 to new (gods that) came newly up, whom
Job 15. 21 the destroyer shall come upon him
20. 22 every hand of the wicked shall come upon
Psa 44. 17 All this ii come upon us ; yet have we not
Prov io. 24 fear of the wicked, it shall come upon
28. 22 consldereth not., poverty shall come upon
Eze 32. ii The sword of the king, .shall come upon
2. To come up, pSp seleq.
Dan 7. 3 four great beasts came up from the sea
7. 8 there came up among them another little
7. 20 and (of) the other which came up, and
3 To come up, pSp ssleq. 3a.
Ezra 4 12 the Jews which came up from thee to us
4. To go up, rby alah.
Gen 24 1 6 and filled her pitcher, and came up
41. 2 there came up out of the river seven well
41. 3 seven other kiue came up after them out
41. 5 seven ears of corn came up upon one
41. 18 there came up out of the river seven
41. 19 seven other kine came up after them
41. 22 seven ears came up in one stalk, full and
41. 27 the. .kine that came up after them (are)
44. 24 when we came up unto thy servant my
Ex i. 2. 2.5 their cry came up unto God by reason of
8. 4 the frogs shall come up both on thee, and
8. 6 the frogs came up, and covered the land
io. 12 that they may come up upon the land of
16. 13 at even the quails came up. and covered
19. 13 they shall come up to the mount
19. 23 The people cannot come up to mount Sin.
19. 24 thou shalt come up. thou and Aaron
19. 24 break through to come up unto the LORD
24. i Come up unto the LOUD thou. and Aaron
24. 12 Come up to me into the mount and be
33. 5 I will come up into the midst of thee in
34. 2 come up in the morning unto mount Sin.
34. 3 no man shall come up with thee neither
Niiim6. 12 Dathan. .which said. We will not come up
16. 14 wilt thou put out . . we will not come up
32 1 1 none of the men that came up out of E.
Dent. io. i come up unto me into the mount, and
Josh 2. 8 she came up unto them upon the roof
4. 16 Command, .that they come up out of J.
4. 17 saying, Come ye up out of Jordan
4. 18 when the priests . .were come up out of
4. 19 the people came up out of Jordan on the
io. 4 Come up unto me, and help mer that we
io. 6 come up to us quickly, and save us. and
10. 33 Horam king of Gezer came up to help L.
18. ii the children of Benjamin came up accor
19. io the third lot came up for the children of
Judg i. 3 Come up with me into my lot, that we
2. i an angel of the LORD came up from Gil.
4. 5 children of Israel came up. .for judgment
6. 3 the Midianites came up, and the Amalek.
6. 3 even they came up against them
6. 5 they came up with their cattle and their
6. 3=; and they came up to meet them
11. 13 Israel, .when they came up out of Egypt
11. 16 when Israel came up from Egypt, and
12. 3 are ye come up unto me this day, to fight
14 2 he came up and told his father and his
15. 6 the Philistines came up, and burnt her
15. io Judah said, \Vhy are ye come up against
15. io To bind Samson are we come up. to do to
16. 5 the lords of the Philistines came up unto
Judgi6. 18 Come up this once, for he hatli showed
16. 18 Then the lords .came up unto her, and
19. 30 the children of Israel came up out of the
21. 5 all the tribes of Israel that came not up
21. 5 him that came not up to the LoRl> to M.
21. 8 the tribes of Israel that came not up to
1 Sa. 2. 19 when she came up with her husband to
11. i Then Nahash tin- Ammonite came up
13. 5 they came up, aud pitched in Michmash
14. io if they say thus, Come up unto us
14. 12 Come up to us, and we will show you a
14. 12 said unto his armour bearer, Come up
15. 2 in the way, when he came up from Kgypt
15. 6 when they came up out of Egypt
17. 23 there came up the champion the Philis.
17 25 Have ye seen this man that is come up?
17. 25 surely to defy Israel is he come up
23. 19 Then came up the Ziphites to Saul to
28. 14 An old man cometh up; and he (is) covered
2 Sa. 5. 17 all the Philistines came up to seek David
5. 22 the Philistines came up yet again, and
17. 21 they came up out of the well, and went
1 Ki. i. 35 je shall come up after him, that he may
i. 40 all the people came up after him ; and
i. 45 they are corne up from thence rejoicing
9. 24 Pharaoh s daughter came up out of the
10. 29 a chariot came up and went out of Egypt
14. 25 Shishak king of Egypt came up against
20. 22 the king of Syria will come up against
2 Ki. i. 6 There came a man up to meet us, and
1. 7 What, .(was he) which came up to meet
3. 21 the kings were come up to fight against
12. io king s scribe and the high priest came up
16. 5 Fekah. .came up to Jerusalem to war
16. 7 come up, aud save me out of the hand of
17. 3 Against him came up Shalmaueser king
17. 5 the king of Assyria came up throughout
18 9 came up against Samaria, aud besieged it
18. 13 king of Assyria come up against all the
18. 17 And when they were come up, they
18. 25 Am I now come up without the LORD
19. 23 I am come up to the height of the moun.
19. 28 thy tumult is come up into mine ears
23. 9 the priests . . came not up to the altar
24. i Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon came up
24. 10 servants of Nebuchadnezzar, .came up
1 Ch.i4. ii So they came up to Baal-perazim
2 Ch 12. 2 Shishak king of Egypt came up against
12. 9 So Shishak king of Egypt came up aga.
16. i Baasha king of Israel came up against
20. 16 behold, they come up by the clitf of Ziz
21. 17 they came up into Judah, and brake into
24. 23 the host of Syria came up against him
35. 20 Necho king of Egypt came up to fight a.
36, 6 Against him came up Nebuchadnezzar
>"eh. 7. 5 them which came up at the first, and
Job 7. 9 goeth down to the grave shall come up
Psa. 78. 21 and auger also came up against Israel
Prov. 25. 7 that it be said unto thee, Come up hither
Song 4. 2 a flock . . which came up from the washing
8. 5 Who (is) this that cometh up from the
Isa. 5. 6 but there shall come up briers aud thorns
8. 7 he shall come up over all his channels
11. 16 that he came up out of the land of Egypt
14. 8 no feller is come up against us
24. 1 8 he that cometh up out of the midst of the
32. 13 Upon the land of my people shall come up
34. 3 their stink shall come up out of their
34. 13 thorns shall come up in her palaces
36. i Sennacherib . . came up against all the
36. io am I now come up without the LORD aga.
37. 24 am I come up to the height of the moun.
37. 29 and thy tumult, is come up into mine ears
55. 13 Instead of the thorn shall come up the
55 13 instead of the brier shall come up the
60 7 they shall come up with acceptance on
Jer. 4. 7 The lion is come up from his thicket, and
4. 13 he shall come up as clouds, and his cha.
9. 21 death is come up into our windows, (and)
26 io they came up from the king s house unto
35. ii when Nebuchadrezzar, .came up into the
46. 7 Who (is) this (that) cometh up as a flood
46. 9 Come up, ye horses: and rage, ye chariots
49. 19 he shall come up like a lion from the
49. 22 he shall come up and fly as the eagle, and
50. 3 there cometh up a nation against her
50. 44 he shall come up like a lion from the
51. 42 The sea is come up upon Babylon : she is
Lam. i. 14 they are wreathed, (and) come up upon
Eze. 37. 8 the sinews and the flesh came up upon
38. 16 thou shalt come up against my people
38. 18 my fury shall come up in my face
Dan 8. 3 one (was)liigher . . audthe higher came up
8. 8 for it came up four notable ones, toward
ii. 23 he shall come up, ami shall become strong
ilos. i. ii and they shall come up out of the land
215 when she came up out of the land of Eg.
io 8 the thistle shall come up on their altars
13. 15 the wind of the LORD shall come up from
Joel i 6 a nation is come up upon my land, strong
2. 20 and his stink shall come up and
2. 20 his ill savour shall come up, because he
3. 9 let all the men of war . . let them come up
3 12 and come up to the valley of Jehoshaphat
Obad. 21 saviours shall come up on mount Zion to
Jon i. 2 for their wickedness is come up before
Mic 2. 13 The breaker is come up before them
Nah. 2. i He that dasheth in pieces is come up he.
Hab 3. 16 when he cometh up unto the people, he
Zechi4. 17 it shall be. whoso will not come up of
14. 18 the heathen that come not up to keep the
14. 19 all nations that come not up to keep the
5. To come itp, ava&a.ti>u anabaino.
Matt 17. 27 and take up the fish that first cometh up
Mark i. io straightway coming up out of the water
John 12. 20 them that came up to worship at the
Acts 8. 31 that he would come up and sit with him
8. 39 when they were come up out of the water
10. 4 Thy prayers and thine alms are come up
11. 2 when Peter was come up to Jerusalem
Rev. 4. i Come up hither, and I will show thee
n. 12 saying unto them, Come up hither
13. ii I beheld another beast coming up out of
COME up again, to
To COMC up, a.va^a.ii ca anabaino.
Acts 20. ii When he therefore was come up again
COME up with, to
To come itp together, <rvvava/3a.iv<a suuanabaint.
Markis. 41 other women which came up with him
Acts 13. 31 which came up with him from Galilee to
COME up, to cause to
To cause to go or come up, nhy alah, 5.
Exod. 8. 5 cause frogs to come up upon the land of
1 Ki. 20. 33 he caused him to come up into the char.
Jer. 50. 9 cause to come up against Babylon, a:i
Eze. 24. 8 That it might cause fury to come up to
26. 3 will cause many nations to come up ag.
26. 3 as the sea causeth his waves to come up
37. 12 cause you to come up out of your graves
39. 2 will cause thee to come up from the north
COME up, to make to
To cause to go or come vp, nhy alah, 5.
Num^o. 5 ye made us to come up out of Egypt
Amos 4. io made the stink of your camps to come up
COME upon, to
1 . To lay hold, TON achaz.
2 Sa. i. 9 slay me; for anguish is come upon rna
2. To come, arrive, nnx athah.
Job 3. 25 the thing . . I.. feared is come upon me
3. To go or come in, xia bo.
Job 15. 21 the destroyer shall come upon him
20. 22 hand of the wicked shall come upon him
Psa. 35. 8 Let destruction come upon him at unaw.
44. 17 All this is come upon us; yet have we not
Prov io. 24 fear of the wicked, it shall come upon
28. 22 that poverty shall come upon him
Eze. 32. ii The sword of the king, .shall come upon
4. To clothe, vJ? labesh.
Judg. 6. 34 the Spirit of the LORD came upon Gideon
1 Ch. 12. 18 the spirit came upou Amasai. (who was)
2 Ch. 24. 20 the spirit of God came upon Zechariah the
5. To find, Jjya matsa.
Exod 1 8. 8 all the travail that had come upon them
Deut. 4. 30 and all these things are come upou thee
2 Ki. 7. 9 some mischief will come upon us
6. To meet, x~n qara.
Job 4. 14 Fear came upon me, and trembling,which
7. To come upon, fwfp\o/j.ai eperchomai.
Luke i. 35 The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee
11. 22 a stronger than he shall come upou him
Acts 8. 24 thatuone of these things . .come upon me
13. 40 Beware therefore, lest that come upon
Jas. 5. i for your miseries that shall come upon
8. To place upon or over, tyicrriim ephistemi.
Luke 2. 9 the angel of the Lord came upon them
20. i chief priests and the scribes came upon
21. 34 and (so)thatdaycomeupou you unawares
Acts 4. i and the Sadducees. came upon them
6. 12 came upon (him), and caught him, and
12. 7 the angel of the Lord came upon (him)
i Th. 5. 3 sudden destruction cometh upon them
9. To take utterly, /caraAcwSaj/a) l.-dtalambano.
John 12. 35 lest darkness come upon you : for he
COME without, to
To come out, xy: yatsf.
Num 33. 26 if the slayer shall, .come without the
COME, to be fully
To till up fully, ffv^.TT\Tip6ta sumpleroo.
Acts 2. i when the day of Pentecost was fully come
COME, to be to
To be about to be, ^teAAco mello.
Rom. 5. 14 who is the figure of him that was to come
Eph. i. 21 but also in that which is to come
i Ti. 4 8 promise of the life, .which is to come
COME, he that shall or should
He u-ho is comimj, tlie Coining One, 6 epxo/^fvos.
Matt 1 1. 3 Art thou he that should come?
Luke 7. 19, 20 Art thou he that should come ? or
John 6. 14 that prophet that should come into the
ii. 27 Christ, .which should come into the
Acts 19. 4 believe on him which should come after
Heb. io. 37 he that shall come will come, and will
COME 188 COMFORT ED
COKE, he that is to
He who is coming, the Coming One, 6 tp\6ft.fvos.
Kev. i. 4 him. .which was, and whirl) is to come
1. 8 the Lord . .which was and which is toco.
4. 8 Almighty which was, and is. .and istoeo.
11. 17 which art and wast, ami art to come
COKE he that wag for to
He who is about to come, o ucXAvf fpxfffSai.
Matt ii 14 this is Elias, which was for to come
COKETH, he that
He who is coming, the Coming One, 6 ip\6u.fvo*.
Matt 3. 1 1 lie that cometh after me is mightier than
21. 9 Blessed (is) he that cometh in the name
23. 3Q Blessed (is) he that cometh in the name
Luke 1 9. 38 the King that cometh in the name of the
John i. is He that cometh after me is preferred
3. 31 He that cometh from above is above all
3. 31 he that cometh from heaven is above all
12. 1 3 Blessed (is) the King of Israel that cometh
COMETH upon, that which
The. crowding, standing togctlwr upon, i] ^iriffixrra-
<rt he ejnsuslasis.
2 Cci.ii. 28 that which [cometh upon] me daily, the
COMETH any thing near
Near, 21U qareb.
Nnni 17 1 3 Whosoever cometh any thing near unto
COMETH, as
Coming in, entrance, Ki2S mo.bo.
Eze 33 31 they come unto thee as the people cometh
COMETH from or out. that which
Excrement, nxjf tseah.
Deut23 1 3 and cover that which cometh from thee
Eze 4. 12 liake it with clung that cometh out of man
COMETH nigh, that
ATcar,2~!.3 qareb.
.Num i ^i the stranger that cometh nigh shall be
3 10 38 the stranger that cometh nigh shall lie
18 ? the stranger that cometh nigh shall he
COMETH of, that
. Young one, offspring, "I?
1
sheger.
Exod 13 12 every firstling that cometh of a beast
COKETH out, that which
Offspring, D Kyxx tseetsaim.
Isa. 42 5 the earth, and that which cometh out of
COMING
1.7*o meet, K~ qo.ra.
i Sa 16 4 elders of the town trembled at his coming
2. Font *?r; regel
Gen. 30 30 LORD hath blessed thee since my coming
3. Uncovering, revelation, aTro/caAtuftv apoko.lupsis.
i Co. i 7 waiting for the coming of our Lord Jesus
4. Way in, entrance, cIVroSov eisodos.
Acts 1 3 24 John had first preached before his coming
5. A coming, i\tt-ort eleusis.
Acts 7 52 which showed, .the comingof the JustOne
6. Ti> come, tpxouat erchomai.
Matt 24 48 shall say. .My lord delayeth [his coming!
25 27 (then) at my comint: I should have receiv.
Luke 1 2. 45 My lord delayeth his coming ; and shall
18. 5 lest by her continual coming she weary
19. 23 that at my coming I might have required
Rom i^. 22 I have been much hindered from coming
7. A being alongside, presence, irapovtrta parousia.
Matt 24. 3 what (shall be) the sign of thy coming
24. 27, 37. 39 so shall also the coming of the .Son
i Co iv 23 they that are Christ s at his coming
16. 17 I am glad of the coming of Stephanas
a Co 7. 6 comforted us by the coming of Titus
7 7 not by his coming only, but by the conso.
Phil i 26 for me by my coming to you again
1 Th 2 10 (Are) not even ye.. at his coming?
3. 13 at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ
4 15 (and) remain unto the coming of the Lord
5 23 unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ
2 Th 2. i by the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ
2. 8 destroy with the brightness of his coming
2. 9 whose coming is after the working of S;i
Jas 5. 7 Be patient, .unto the coming of the Lord
5 8 for the coming of the Lord draweth nigh
2 Pe. 1. 16 power and comingof our Lord Jesus Ch
3. 4 Where is the promise of his coming ? for
3 12 hasting unto the coming of the day ot (1
1 Jo. 2. 28 not be ashamed before him at his coming
COMING down
To come or //> down, TV yarad.
Isa. 32 19 When it shall hail, coming down on the
COMING in - -
A coming in, entrance, N^i2 mobn.
2 Sa. 3. 25 to know thy going out and thy comiiv. in
Eze. 43. ii the goings out thereof, and the comings in
COMING on
To mine over, "OJ? abar.
2 Sa. 24. 20 saw the king and his servants coming ou
COMING, to be
To come, tpxniio.1 erchomai.
Lukes 3. 29 the days are coming, in the which they
John "5. 7 while I am coming, another steppeth
John v 25 Tin- hour is coming, and now is, when the
5. 28 Marvel not at this: for the hour is coming
n. 20 as soon as she heard that Jesus was com.
12. 12 when they heard that Jesus was coming
a 00.13. i 1 ms ( is) the third (time)Iam coming to
COMING, to be a -
To come. ttr<ird, irpoafpxofjiat proscrchomai.
Luke <> 42 as he was yet a coming, the devil threw
COMING, who
He who is cm/ting, the Coming One, 6 fpxop-tvos.
John i. 27 who coining after me, is preferred before
COMING on, to be
To be about to be, fi.f\\<a yivtffQai meU<~> ginesthai.
Acts 27. 33 while the day was coming on, Paul
COMING on, those things which are
The things coming on, TO firtpxAfitva [eperchomat],
Lukcii. 26 those things which are coming on the
COMELINESS
\. Honour, "? hadar.
Isa. 53 2 lie hath no form nor comeliness; and when
Eze. it\ j 4 for it (was) perfect through my comeliness
27. 10 in thee ; they set forth thy comeliness
2. Beaut!/,
~ n hod.
Dan. io. 8 for my comeliness was turned in me into
%. Elegance, *t rx 7M("r " 1 7/ fi -schemosune.
i Co. 12. 23 our uncomely (parts) have more, .comeli.
COMELY
1.1-irtire, graceful, ]~n chin.
.lob 41. 12 I will not conceal his. .comely proportion
2. Fair, ng; yaplteh.
Eccl. 5. 1 8 (it is) good and comely, .to eat and to
3. Becoming, ni} naveh, [fern, once rrj}].
Psa. 33. i Rejoice, .praise is comely for the upright
147. i for (it is) pleasant; (and) praise is comely
Song i. 5 I (am) black, but comely, Oye daughters
2. 14 <) my dove, .thy countenance (is) comely
4. 3 thy speech (is) comely : thy temples (are)
6. 4 comely as Jerusalem, terrible as(an army)
.Ter. f\ 2 likened the daughter of Zion to a comely
4. Form, ->Nn toar.
i Sa. 16. 18 a comely person, and the LORD (is) with
5. Beauty, rPN?n tiphcreth.
Isa. 4. 2 the fruit of the earth (shall be), .comely
6. Well fashioned, tvo x hpcut cuschemon.
i Co. 12 24 our comely (parts) have no need : but God
COMELY, to be
1.7V) do good, act well, 2?; yatab, 5.
Prov 30. 29 yea, four are comely in going
2. To be becoming, nx: naah, 3o.
Song i io Thy cheeks are comely with rows (of je )
3.7V) be becoming, befitting, trptirta prepd.
i Co ii. 13 is it comely that a woman pray unto God
COMELY, that which is
Well-fashioned, elegant, tla x hv-* euschemon.
1 ( - 7 35 f r that which is comely, and that ye may
COMER thereunto
To route toward, Trpon-fpxonai proscrchomai.
Heb io. i make the comers thereunto perfect
COMFORT
1.7V? comfort, gire forth sighs, CRJ nachom, 3.
Psa 119. 76 thy merciful kindness be for mv comfort
2 (Comfort, consolation, rr:iij nechamah.
Job 6 io Then should I yet have comfort; yea, I
Psa 119 50 This (is) my comfort in my affliction
3. A calling alongside, TrapaicATjirjy paraklSsis.
Acts 9. 31 in the comfort of the Holy Ghost, were
Rom 15. 4 comfort of the scriptures might have hope
2 Co. i. 3 Father of mercies, and the God of all com.
i. 4 by the comfort wherewith we ourselves
7. 4 I am filled with comfort, I am exceeding
7. 13 we were comforted in your comfort : yea
4..1 consolation, a solace, -rrapauvOia paramuthia.
i Co. 14. 3 edification, and exhortation, and comfort
5. Consolation, solace, irapanvQiov paramuthion.
Phil. 2. i if any comtort of love, if any fellowship
6.^1 soothing, trapriyopla paregoria,.
Col. 4. 1 1 which have been a comfort unto me
COMFORT, to be a
To comfort, gue forth sigh/t, Crj nncham, 3.
Eze. if. 54 in that thou art a comfort unto them
COMFORT, to be of good
1.7*0 be refreshed, braced up, t\>^/\>\t<a eu.psv.cheo.
Phil. 2. io that I also may be of good comfort when
2. To be courageous, heart)/, 0ap<rcw tharseo.
Matt o. 22 Daughter, be of good comfort; thy faith
Mark io. 40 Ke of good comfort, rise ; he calleth thee
Luke 8. 48 Daughter, [be of good comfort] : thy faith
3.7V) call alongside of, help. irapa.Ka\(w paral-aleo.
2 Co. 13. 1 1 Ke perfect, [be of good comfort], be of one
COMFORT, to
1\To brighten up, encourage, ^ bo.lag, l>.
Job 9. 27 I will leave off my heaviness, and comfort
2. To comfort, give forth sighs, cnj nacham, 3.
Qen. 5. 29 This (same) shall comfort us concerning
37. 35 all his sons, .rose up to comfort him
50. 21 he comforted them, and spake kindly unto
Ruth 2. 13 for that thou hast comforted me, and for
2 Sa. io. 2 David gent to comfort him by the hand
10. 3 that he hath sent comforters unto thee ?
12. 24 David comforted Bath-sheha his wife, and
1 Ch. 7. 22 and his brethren came to comfort him
IQ. 2 David sent messengers to comfort him
19. 2 the servants of David came, .to comfort
Job 2. ii to mourn with him and t" comfort him
7. 13 When I say, My bed shall comfort me, my
21. 34 How then comfort ye me in vain, seeing
29. 25 as one (that) comforteth the mourners
42. ii they bemoaned him, and comforted him
Psn. 23. 4 thy rod and thy staff they comfort me
71. 21 Thou shall, .comfort me on every side
86. 17 thou, LOKI>, hast holpen me,-and:comfor.
119. 82 saying, When wilt thou comfort inef
Isa. 12. i I will praise thee. .thou comfortedst me
22. 4 labour not to comfort me, because of the
40. i Comfort ye, comfort ye my people, saith
49. 13 the LORD hath comforted his people, and
51. 3 LORD shall comfort Zion : he will cwmfort
51. 12 I, (even) I, (am) he that comforteth you
51. 19 and the sword . by whom shall I comfort
52. 9 for the LORD hath comforted his people
61. 2 To proclaim, .to comfort all that mourn
66. 13 mother comforteth, so will I comfort you
Jer. 16. 7 Neither shall (men), .comfort them for
31. 13 will comfort them, and make them rejoice
Lam. i. 2 among all., she hath none to comfort (her)
i. 17 (there is) none to comfort her : the LoRl>
1. 21 (there is) none to comfort me : all mine
2. 13 that I may comfort thee, <> virgin itaugh.
Eze. 14. 23 they shall comfort you, vlien ye see their
Zech. i. 17 the LORD shall yet comfort 7.ion. and
10. 2 have told false dreams ; they comfort in
3.7*0 support, refresh, "I D saad.
Gen. 18. 5 comfort ye your hearts : after that ye
Judgig. 5 Comfort thine heart with a morsel of
19 8 Comfort thine heart, I pray thee
4. 7V> support, tsri raphad, 3.
Song 2. 5 Stay me with flagons, comfort me with
5. To call alongside, help, trapaKa\tta parakalefi.
Acts 16. 40 they comforted them, and departed
2 Co. i. 4 Who comforteth us. that we may. .comf.
2. 7 (ought) rather to forgive . . and comfort
7. 6 that comforteth those that are cast
7 6 comforted us by the coming of Titus
Eph. 6 22 and (that) he might comfort your hearts
Col 4 8 that he might.. comfort your hearts
1 Th. 2.11 comforted and charged every one of you
3 2 and to comfort you concerning your faith
4. 18 comfort one another with these words
5. ii comfort yourselves together, and edify
2 Th. 2. 17 Comfort your hearts; and stablish you in
Q.^peak kindly to o/ic,irapau.v6eou.aip"i amutheomai.
John ii. 19 to comfort them concerning their brother
11. 31 The Jews then which, .comforted her
1 Th. 2. ii As ye know how we exhorted and comf.
5 . 14 comfort the feeble minded, support the
COMFORT, to receive
To be sighed with, comforted, crj iw.rlia.rn, 2.
Isa. 57. 6 Should I receive comfort in these ?
COMFORT, to take
To brighten up, 375 balag, 5.
Job io. 20 let me alone, that I may take comfort a
COMFORT self, to
I. My brightening up, rr:^?3 mabligith.
Jer. S. 18 I would comfort myself against sorrow
2. To comfort self, give vent te> sighs, crj nnchom,T.
Gen. 27.42 Ksau.. doth comfort himself . to kill thee
Psa. 119 52 I remembered, .and have comforted my
COMFORTABLE
l.liest, quietness, ~rti3p meni chah.
z Sa. 14. 17 The word.. shall now be comfortable
2. Comforts, sighs, D C^ru nichiimim.
Zech i. 13 (with) good words (and) comfortable wor.
COMFORTABLY
1. Upon or unto the heart, TrS;; al leb.
2 Sa. 19. 7 go forth, and speak comfortably unto thy
2 Ch. 30. 22 Hezekiah spake comfortably unto all the
Isa. 40. 2 Speak ye comfortably to Jerusalem, and
Hos. 2. 14 I will, .speak comfortably unto her
2. Upon or unto the heart, S^V . d lebab.
2 Ch. 33. 6 and spake comfortably to them, saying
COMFORTED, to be
1.7*0 be sighed with, comforted, C~J nrfJiam, 1
Gen. 24. 67 Isaac was comforted after his mother s
38. 12 Judah was comforted, and went up unto
2 Sa. "13. 39 he was comforted concerning Amuon
Psa. 77. 2 my soul refused to be comforted
Jer. 31. 15 refused to be comforted for her children
Eze. 14. 22 ye shall be comforted concerning the
31. 16 shall be comforted in the nether parts of
32. 31 shall he comforted overall his multitude
COMFORTED COMMAND
2. To be siylied with, eomfui teil, ori} nachain, 4.
Isa. 54. ii O thou afflicted, .(and) not comforted !
66. ij aud ye shall be comforted in Jerusalem
3. TII i/icc vent to one s sighs, on} nachain, 7.
Gen. 37. 35 but he refused to be comforted : aud he
Eze. 5. 13 I will be comforted : aud they shall know
4. To call neat; exhort, Tra.paKa\eui pamkaleo,
-Matt. 2. 1 8 Rachel., would not be comforted, because
5. 4 that mourn : for they shall be comforted
Lukeio. 25 now he is comforted, and thou arttorme.
Acts 20. 12 and were not a little comforted
i Co. 14. 31 all may learn, aud all may be comforted
a Co. i. 4 we ourselves are comforted of God
i. 6 whether we be comforted, (it is) for your
7. 7 consolation wherewith he was comforted
7. 13 we were comforted in your comfort
Col. 2. 2 That their hearts might be comforted
1 Th. 3. 7 we were comforted over you in all our
COMFORTED together, to be
To com/oft together, <rv/j.rra.pa,Ka.\eia sumparakaleo.
Rom. i. 12 that I may be comforted together with
COMFORTER
l.To comfort, D~J nachain, 3.
2 Sa. io. 3 that he hath sent comforters unto thee?
i Ch. 19. 3 that he hath sent comforters unto thee ?
Job 1 6. 2 miserable comforters (are) ye all
Psa 69. 20 Hooked, .for comforters, but I found iione
Eccl. 4. i oppressed, aud they had no comforter
Lam. i. 9 she came down, .she ..had no comforter
i. 16 because the comforter that should relie.
Nah. 3. 7 whence shall I seek comforters for thee
2. One called alongside, ira.pa.K\T)Tos /Mrakletos.
John 1 4. 16 he shall give you another Comforter, that
14. 26 But the Comforter, .the Holy Ghost
15. 26 when the Comforter is come, wrhom I will
1 6. 7 the Comforter will not come unto you
COMFORTLESS
An orphan, bereaved, opfyavov orphanos.
Johni4- 18 I will not leave you comfortless: I will
COMFORTS
1. Comforts, D )?inj nichumim.
Isa. 57. 18 restore comforts unto him, and to his
2. Comforts, D O n:?;! tcinchumim,
Psa. 94. 19 within mu thy comforts delight my soul
COMMAND
The month, n? peh.
Job 39. 27 Doth the er.gle mount upatthycommar.il
COMMAND, to
I.Tn say, lift up the voice, nax isx amar.
Exod. 8. 27 sacrifice to. .God, as he shall command us
i Sa. 16. 16 Let our lord now command thy servants
i Ch.2i, 17 (Is it) not I (that) commanded the people
21. 18 the angel of the LOUD commanded Gad
21. 27 the LORD commanded the angel, and he
22. 2 David commanded to gather together the
Ch 14. 4 commanded Judah to seek the LORD God
29. 21 he commanded the priests the sous of A.
29. 24 the king commanded (that) the burnt
29. 27 Hezekiah commanded to offer the burnt
29 30 the king and the princes commanded the
31. 4 he commanded the people that dwelt in
31. ii Hezekiah commanded to prepare cham.
32. 12 commanded Judah and Jerusalem, sayiug
33 16 commanded Judah to serve the LORD
35. 21 for God commanded me to make haste
Keh. 13 9 I commanded, and they cleansed the
13. 19 I commanded that the gates should be
13. 22 I commanded the Levites that they
iisth. i. io commanded Mehuman, Biztha, Harbona
1. 17 Ahasuerus commanded Vashti the queen
4. 13 Mordecai commanded to answer Esther
6. i commanded to bring the book of records
9. 14 the king commanded it so to be done
9. 25 he commanded by letters, that his wicked
Job 9. 7 Which commandeth the sun, and it
36. io commaudeth that they return from iniq.
i*sa. 106. 34 concerningwhom the LORD commanded
107. 25 he commandeth, and raiseth the stormy
DCD- ~. 2 the king commanded to call the magici.
2. 12 and commanded to destroy all the wise
2. 46 commanded that they should offer an
3. 13 Nebuchadnezzar, .commanded to bring
3. 19 commanded that they should heat the
3. 20 he commanded the most mighty men
4. 26 they commanded to leave the stump of
5. 2 Belshazzar. .commanded to bring the
5. 29 Then commanded Belshazzar, and they
6. 16 the king commanded, and they brought
6. 23 commanded that they should take Daniel
6. 24 the king commanded, and they brought
2, To speak, lead forth icnrJs, ~\y* dabar, 3.
Num.i6. 47 Aaron took as Moses commanded, and
27. 23 as the LORD commanded by the hand of
Job 42. 9 went aud did according as the LORD com.
To set up (a precept or command], niv tsavah, 3.
Geu 2. 16 the LORD God commanded the man, say.
- 3. ii I commanded thee that thou shouldest
3. 17 the tree, of which I commanded thee
6. 22 according to all that God commanded
7. 5 according unto all that the LORD com.
7. 9 went, .into the ark. .as God had commau.
7 . 16 went in. .as God had commanded him
12. 20 Pharaoh commanded (his) men concern-
Gen.i8. ii) he will command his children and his
21. 4 circumcised, .as God had commanded .
27. 8 according to that which I command thee
32. 4 he commanded them, sayiug, Thus shall
32 17 he commanded the foremost, saying
32. 19 so commanded he the second, aud the
42. 25 Joseph commanded to fill their sacks
44. i he commanded the steward of his house
47. ii Joseph, .gave, .as Pharaoh had commau.
50. 2 Joseph commanded his servants the
50. 12 did. .according as he commanded them
50. 16 Thy father did command before he died
Exod. 4. 28 told . .the signs which he had commanded
5. 6 Pharaoh commanded the same day the
7. 2 Thou shalt speak all that I command thee
7. 6 Moses and Aaron did as the LORD coiiiiu.
7. io they did so as the LORD had commanded
7 20 and Aaron did so, as the LORD command.
12. 28 did as the LORD had commanded Moses
12. 50 as the LORD commanded Moses and
16. 16 thing which the LORD hath commanded
16. 32 This (is) the thing which the LORD comm
16. 34 As the LORD commanded Moses, so Aaron
18. 23 If thou. .do this thing, and God comrn.
19. 7 these words which the LORD commanded
23. 15 shalt keep the feast, .as I commanded
27. 20 thou shalt command the children of I.
29. 35 according to all . . which I have command.
31. 6 they may make all that I have command.
31. ii according to all that I have commanded
32. 8 out of the way which I commanded them
34. 4 went up. .as the LOKD had commanded
34. 1 1 Observe thou that which I command thee
34. 18 as I commanded thee, in the .time of the
35. i the words which the LOKD hath comm.
35. 4 This (is) the thing which the LORD comm.
35. io and make all that the LORD hath comm.
35. 29 which the LORD had commanded to be
36. i according to all that the LORD had com.
36. 5 for. .the work which the LORD command.
38. 22 made all that the LORD commanded M.
39. i, 5, 7, 21, 26, 29, 31 as the LORD command.
39. 32 42, according to all that the LORD com.
39. 43 they had done it as the LORD had comm.
40. 16 according to all that the LORD command.
40. 19, 21, 25, 27, 29, 32 as the LORD commanded
40. 23 he set. .as the LORD had commanded M.
Lev. 6. 9 Command Aaron and his sons, saying
7. 36 Which the LORD commanded to be given
7. 38 Which the LORD commanded Moses in
7. 38 in the day that he commanded the chil.
8. 4 And Moses did as the LORD commanded
8. 5 This (is) the thing which the LORD comm.
8. 9, 13, 17, 21, 29 as the LORD commanded M.
8. 31 and there eat It..as I commanded, saying
8. 34 the LORD hath commanded to do, to make
8. 36 which the LORD commanded by the hand
9. 5 they brought (that) which Moses comrn.
9. 6 This (is)the thing which the LoRDcomiu.
9. 7 make an atonement . .as the LORD comm.
9. io he burnt, .as the LORD commanded M.
9. 21 wave offering, .as Moses commanded
io. i fire, .which he commanded them not
io. 15 shall be thine, .as the LORD hath comm.
io. 18 should indeed have eaten, .as I coniman.
13. 54 the priest shall command that they wash
14. 4 Then shall the priest command to take
r 4- 5f 36. 40 the priest shall command that
16. 34 And he did as the LORD commanded M.
17. 2 the thing which the LORD hath commau.
24. 2 Command the children of Israel, that
24. 23 children of Israel did as the LORD com.
25. 21 I will command my blessing upon you in
27. 34 which the LORD commanded Moses for
Jfum. i. 19 As the LORD commanded Moses, so he
1. 54 according to all that the LORD comman.
2. 33 not numbered, .as the LORD commanded
2. 34 according to all that the LORD command.
3. 42 Moses numbered, as the LORD command.
3. 51 Moses gave, .as the LORD commanded M
4. 49 were numbered . . as the LORD commanded
5. 2 Command the children of Israel, that they
8. 3 Aaron did so . . as the LORD commanded
8. 20 according unto all that the LORD com.
8. 22 as the LORD had commanded Moses con.
9. 5 according to all that the LORD command.
9. 8 I will hear what the LORD will command
15. 23 all that the LORD hath commanded you
15. 23 from the day that the LORD commanded
15. 36 stoned him. .as the LORD commanded M.
17. ii Moses did (so) : as the LORD commanded
19. 2 ordinance, .which the LORD hath com.
20. 9 Moses took the rod. .as he commanded
20. 27 Moses did as the LORD commanded
26. 4 as the LORD commanded Moses aud the
27. ii a statute, .as the LORD commanded Mo.
27. 22 Moses did as the LORD commanded him
28. 2 Command the children of Israel, and say
29. 40 according to all that the LORD command.
30. i the thing which the LORD hath command
30. 16 statutes which the LORD commanded M
31. 7, 31, 41, 47 as the LORD commanded Moses
31. 21 ordinance, .which the LORD commanded
32. 25 Thy servants will do as my lord command
32. 28 concerning them Moses commanded Ele.
33. 38 went up. .at the commandment of the L
34. 2 Command the children of Israel, and say
34. 13 Moses commanded the children of Isr.
34. 13 the laud.. which the LORD commanded
34. 29 These (are they) whom the LORD com.
35. 2 Command the children of Israel, that they
36. 2 The LORD commanded my lord to give the
Kuni36. 5 Moses commanded the children of Israel
36. 6 the LOKD doth command concerning the
36 io as the LORD commanded Moses, so did the.-
36. 13 which the LORD commanded by the hand
Deut, i. 18 I commanded you at that time all the
i. 19 we went, .as the LORD our God command.
1. 41 to all that the LORD our God commanded
2. 4 command thou the people, saying, Ye
3. 18 I commanded you at that time, saying
3. 21 I commanded Joshua at that time, saying
4. 2 not add unto the word which I command
4. 2 the commandments, .which I command
4. 5 even as the LOUD my God commanded me
4. 13 his covenant, which he commanded you
4. 14 the LORD commanded me at that time to
4. 40 his commandments, which I command
5. 12, 16 as the LOKD thy God hath commanded
5. 15 the LORD thy God commanded thee to
5. 32 as the LOKD your God hath commanded
5. 33 which the LORD, .hath commanded you
6. i which the LORD your God commanded to
6. 2 which I command thee, thou, and thy .son
6. 6 these words, which I command tht-c this
6. 17 his statutes, which he hath commanded
6. 20 which the LORD our God hath commanded.
6. 24 the LORD commanded us to do all these
6. 25 we observe to do. .as he hath commanded
7. 1 1 which I command thee this day, to do
8. i the commandments which I command
8. ii his statutes, which I command thee this
9. 12 out of the way which I commanded them
9. 16 the way which the LORD had commanded
io. 5 there they be, as the LORD commanded
10. 13 which I command thee this day for thy
11. 8 keepall the commandments which I torn,
ii. 13 which I command you this day, to love
ii. 22 these commandments which I command
ii. 27 A blessing, .which I command you this
11. 28 out of the way which I command you this
12. ii thither shall ye bring all that I command.
12. 14 there thou shalt do all that I command
12. 21 thou shalt kill . .as I have commanded
12. 28 hear all these words which I command
12. 32 What thing soever 1 command yon.obse.
13. 5 which the LORD thy God commanded thee-
13. 18 his commandments which I command
15. 5 these commandments which I command
15. ii therefore I command thee, saying, Thou
15. 15 therefore I command thee this thing to.
17. 3 served, .gods, .which I have not com.
18. io he shall speak, .all that I shall command
18. 20 which I have not commanded him to
19. 7 Wherefore I command thee, sayiug, Tl.ou,
19. 9 which I command thee this day. to love
20. 17 as the LORD thy God hath commanded
24. 8 as I commanded them, (so) ye shall
24. 18 22 therefore I command thee to do this
26. 13, 14 according to all. .thou hast command.
26. 16 This day the LORD thy God hath com.
27. i Moses with the elders of Israel com.
27. i the commandments which I command
27. 4 which I command you this day, in mount
27. io his statutes, which I command thee this
28. i his commandments which I command
28. 8 The LORD shall command the blessing
28. 13 which I command thee this day, toobser
28 14 from any of the words which I comman il
28. 15 his statutes, which I command thee this
28 45 and his statutes which he commanded
29. i which the LORD commanded .Moses to
30. 2 according to all that I command thee this
30. 8 his commandments, which I command
30. ii For this commandment which I com
30. 16 I command thee this day to love the LORD
31. 5 according unto all . . I have commanded
31. io Moses commanded them, saying, At the
31. 25 Moses commanded the Levites, which
31. 29 from the way which I have commanded
32. 46 yeshallcommaudyourchildreutoobserve-
33. 4 Moses commanded us a law, (even) the
34. 9 aud did as the LORD commanded Moses
Josh. i. 7 which Moses my servant commanded
i. 9 Have not I commanded thee V Be strong
i. io Then Joshua commanded the officers of
i. ii Pass through the host, and command the
i. 13 Moses theservautof theLoRDcommanded
i. 16 All that thou commaudest us we will do
i. 18 thy words in all that thou commaudest
3. 3 they commanded the people, saying
3. 8 thou shalt command the priests that bear
4. -, And command ye them, saying, Take you
4. 8 Israel did so as Joshua commanded, and
4. io every thing, .that the LORD commanded
4. io according to all that Moses commanded
4. 16 Command the priests that bear the ark of
4. 17 Joshua therefore commanded the priests
6. io Joshua had commanded the people,saying
7. ii my covenant which I commanded them
8. 4 he commanded them, saying, Behold, ye
8. 8 See, I have commanded you
8. 27 unto the word, .which he commanded ..
8. 29 Joshua commanded that they should take
8. 31 As Moses the servant of the LORD com.
8. 33 the servant of the LORD had commanded
8. 35 not a word of all that Moses commanded
9. 24 how that the LORD thy God commanded
o. 27 Joshua commanded, and they took them
0. 40 as the LORD God of Israel commanded
1. 12 as Moses the servant of the LORD com.
i. 15 As the LORD commanded Moses his ser.
i. 15 so did Moses command Joshua, and si>
i, 15 of all that the LORD commanded Moses
COMMAND 190 COMMANDMENT
Josh. ii. 20 destroy them, as the LORD commanded
13. 6 for an inheritance, us I have commanded
14. 2 as the LORD commanded by the hand of
14. 5 As the LORD commanded Moses, so the
17. 4 The LORD commanded Moses to give us
21. 2, 8 The LORD commanded i>.v the hand of
22. 2 Moses the servant of the LORD commanded
22. 2 obeyed my voice in all that I commanded
23. 16 which he commanded you, ana have gone
Judg. 2. 20 covenant which I commanded their father
3. 4 which he commanded their fathers by the
4! 6 JIath not the LORD God of Israel com.
13. 14 :ill that I commanded her let her observe
21. 10 thousand men. .commanded them, saying
21. 20 Therefore they commanded the children
Kuth 2. 15 Boaz commanded his young men, saying
i Sa. 2. 29 which I have commanded (in my) habita.
13. 13 which he commanded thco : for now
13. 14 and the LORD hath commanded him (to
13. 14 kept (that) which the LORD commanded
17. 20 and went, as Jesse had commanded him
18. 22 Saul commanded his servants, (saying)
20. 29 and my brother, he hath commanded me
21. 2 The king hath commanded me a business
21. 2 and what I have commanded thee: and I
a Sa. 4. 12 And David commanded his young men
5. 25 did so, as the LORD had commanded him
7. / whom I commanded to feed my people
7. ii I commanded judges (to be) over my peo.
9. 1 1 my lord the king hath commanded his
13. 28 Now Absalom had commanded his aerv.
13. 28 fear not : have not I commanded yon? bo
13. 29 did unto Amnon as Absalom had com.
18. 5 the king commanded Joab and Abishai
21. 14 they performed all that the king com.
24. 19 David . .went up, as the LORD commanded
i Ki. 2. 46 So the king commanded Benaiah the son
5. 6 Now therefore command thou that they
5. 17 the king commanded, and they brought
8. 58 judgments, which he commanded our fa.
9. 4 according to all that I have commanded
:i. 10 had commanded him concerning this
ii. 10 he kept not that which the LORD com.
ii. ii my statutes, which I have commanded
ii. 38 hearken unto all that I command thee
13. 21 which the LORD thy God commanded thee
15. 5 from any (thing) that he commanded him
17. 4 I have commanded the ravens to feed thee
17. 9 I have commanded a widow woman there
22. 31 the king of Syria commanded his thirty
a Ki ii. 5 he commanded them, saying, This (is)
ii. 9 (thing.-;) that Jehoiada the priest com.
ii. 15 Jehoiada the priest commanded the cap.
i.j. 6 the law of Moses, wherein the LORD com.
16. 15 king Ahaz commanded Urijah the priest
16. 16 according to all that king Ahaz command.
17. 13 according to all the law which I commau.
17. 27 Then the king of Assyria commanded
17. 34 which the LORD commanded the children
18. 6 which the LORD commanded Moses
18. 12 Moses the servant of the LORD command.
21. 8 according to all that I have commanded
21. 8 the law that my servant Moses command.
22. 12 the king commanded Hilkiah the priest
23. 4 the king commanded Hilkiah the high
23. 21 the king commanded all the people.saying
i Ch. 6. 49 according to all that Moses, .had com
14. 16 David therefore did as God commanded
15. 15 as Moses commanded according to the
16. 15 the word (which) he commanded to a
:6. 40 law of the LORD, which he commanded
17. 6 the nidges of Israel, whom I commanded
17. 10 I commanded judges (to be) over my peo.
22. 17 David also commanded all the princes of
24. 19 as the LORD God of Israel had commanded
a Ch. 7. 13 if I command the locusts to devour the
7. 17 according to all that I have commanded
:8. 30 the king of Syria had commanded the
23. 8 all things that Jehoiada . . had commanded
25. 4 book of Moses, where the LORD command.
33. 8 I have commanded them, according to
34. 20 the king commanded Hilkiah, and Ahik.
K^ra 4. 3 Cyrus the king of Persia hath command.
9. u thou hast commanded by thy servants
Neh. i. 7 which thou commaudedst thy servant Mo.
i. 8 the word that thou commandedst thy ser.
8. i, -14 which the LORD had commanded to I.
g. 14 commandedst them precepts.statutes,and
L sth. 3. 2 the king had so commanded concerning
3. 12 according to all tliat Hainan had com.
4. 17 according to all that Esther had com.
8. 9 according to all that Mordecai command.
T
.
>b 36. 32 he .. commandeth it (not to shine) by (the)
37. 12 he commandeth them upon the face of
38. 12 Hast thou commanded the morning since
1 sa. 7. 6 the judgment (that) thou hast command.
33. 9 he commanded, and it stood fast
43. 8 the LORD will command his loving kind.
44. 4 O God : command deliverances for Jacob
68. 28 Thy God hath commanded thy strength
78. 5 which he commanded our fathers, that
78. 23 Though he had commanded the clouds
105. 8 the word (which) he commanded to a
in. 9 he hath commanded his covenant for ever
1 19. 4 Thou hast commanded (us) to keep thy
119. 138 Thy testimonies (that) thou hast com.
1 13. 3 for there the LORD commanded the bless.
148. 5 for he commanded, and they were created
ISA. 5. 6 I will also command the clouds that they
13. 3 I have commanded my sanctified ones
34. 16 my mouth it hath commanded, and his
45. ii concerning the work of my hands com.
Isa. 45. 12 and all their host have I commanded
48. 5 and my molten image, hath commanded
Jer. i. 7 whatsoever I command thee thou shalt
i. 17 speak unto them all that I command thee
7. 22 nor commanded them in the day that I
7. 23 But this thing commanded I them, say.
7. 23 in all the ways that I have commanded
7. 31 I commanded (them) not, neither came
ii. 4 Which I commanded your fathers in the
ii. 4 according to all which I command you
11. 81 commanded (them) to do, but they did
13. 5 So I went, .as the LORD commanded me
13. 6 which I commanded thee to hide there
14. 14 neither have I commanded them, neither
17. 22 hallowyethe sabbath day, as I command.
19. 5 which I commanded not, nor spake (it)
23. 32 yet I sent them not, nor commanded
26. 2 all the words that I command thee to
26. 8 all that the LORD had commanded (him)
27. 4 command them to say unto their masters
99. 23 which I have not commanded them
32. 23 nothing of all that thou commandedst
^2. 35 unto Molech ; which I commanded them
34. 22 Behold, I will command, saith the LORD
35. 6 the son of Rechab our father commanded
35. 10 all that Jonadab our father commanded
35. 14 he commanded his sons not to drink wine
35. 16 which he commanded them ; but this
35. 1 8 unto all that he hath commanded you
36. 5 Jeremiah commanded Baruch, saying, I
36. 8 all that Jeremiah the prophet command.
36. 26 the king commanded Jevahmeel the son
37. 21 Zedekiah the king commanded that they
38. 10 the king commanded Ebedmelech the E.
38. 27 these words that the king had command
50. 21 according to all that I have commanded
51. 59 which Jeremiah the prophet commanded
Lam. i. 10 thou didst command (that) they should
1. 17 the LORD hath commanded concerning
2. 17 his word that he had commanded in the
3. 37 (when) the LORD commaudeth (it) not ?
ze. 9. ii I have done as thou hast commanded me
10. 6 he had commanded the man clothed with
37. 10 I prophesied, as he commanded me, and
Amos" 2 12 But ye. .commanded the prophets, saying
6. ii For, behold, the LORD commandeth, and
9. 3 I command the serpent, and he shall bite
9. 4 thence will I command the sword, and it
9. 9 I will command, and I will sift the house
Zech. i. 6 I commanded my servants the prophets
Mai. 4. 4 which I commanded unto him in Horeb
.To arrange thoroughly, SiaTocnrco diatasso.
Luke 8. 55 and he commanded to give her meat
17. 9 he did the things that were commanded
17. 10 all those things which are commanded
Acts 18. 2 Claudius had commanded all Jews to
23. 31 the soldiers, as it was commanded them
24. 23 he commanded a centurion to keep Paul
. To nay, speak, tlirov eipon.
Matt. 4. 3 If thou be the Son of God, command that
Mark 5. 43 commanded that something should be
8. 7 commanded to set them also before(them)
10. 49 Jesus stood still, and commanded him to
Luke 4. 3 If thou be the Son of God, command
9. 54 wilt thou that we command fire to come
19. 15 he commanded these servants to be
2 Co. 4. 6 who commanded the light to shine out
, To give in charge, tvrf\\o/j.ai entellomai.
Matt 15. 4 God [commanded,] saying, Honour thy
19. 7 Why did Moses then command to give a
28. 20 all things whatsoever I have commanded
Harkio. 3 and said . . What did Moses command you V
11. 6 they said . . even as Jesus [had commanded]
13. 34 and commanded the porter to watch
John 8. 5 [Moses in the law commanded us, that]
15. 14 if ye do whatsoever I command you
15. 17 These things I command you, that ye
Acts 13. 47 For so hath the Lord commanded us
.To put upon, or over, ^viTiiffffia epitasso.
Mark i. 27 with authority commandeth he even the
6. 27 and commanded his head to be brought
6. 39 he commanded them to make all sit down
Luke 4. 36 with authority, .he eommandeth the
8. 25 he commandeth even the winds and
8. 31 he would not command them to go out
14. 22 Lord, it is done as thou hast commanded
Acts 23. 2 the high priest Ananias commanded them
.To call to, urge (>n, command, /ce\t>o> keleuo.
Matt 14. 9 nevertheless, .he commanded (it) to be
14. 19 he commanded the multitude to sit down
1 5- 35 [commanded] the multitude to sit down
18. 25 his lord commanded him to be sold, and
27. 58 Pilate commanded the body to be deliver.
27. 64 Command therefore that the sepulchre be
Luke 18. 40 and commanded him to be brought unto
Acts 4. 15 when they had commanded them to go
5. 34 commanded to put the apostles forth a
8. 38 he commanded the chariot to stand still
12. 19 commanded that (they) should be put to
16. 22 and the magistrates, .commanded to beat
21. 33 commanded (him) to be bound with two
21. 34 he commanded him to be earned into the
22. 24 The chief captain commanded him to be
22. 30 commanded the chief priests and all their
23. 3 commandest me to be smitten contrary
23. 10 commanded the soldiers to go down, and
33. 35 he commanded him to be kept in Herod s
85. 6 and the next day .. commanded Paul to
25. 17 and commanded the man to be brought
Acts 25. 21 I commanded him to be kept till I might
27. 43 commanded thai they which could swii.i
9. Toannounceii/ititffxi<lf.u/ ,iraoayyt XXta pfrayiielio.
Matt 10. 5 Jesus sent forth, ana commanded them
Mark i>. 8 commanded them that they should take
8. 6 he commanded the people to sit down on
Luke S. 29 he had commanded the unclean spirit to
9. 21 commanded (them) to tell no man that
Acts i. 4 commanded them that they should not
4. 18 commanded them not to speak at all nor
5. 28 Did not we straitly command you, tiiat ye
5. 40 they commanded that they should not
10. 42 he commanded us to preach unto the
15. 5 to command (them) to keep the law of M.
1 6. 18 I command thee in the name of Jesus C.
17. 30 but now commandeth all men everywhere
i Co. 7. 10 And unto the married I command, (yet)
1 Th. 4. ii work with your own hands, as we com.
2 Th. 3. 4 and will do the things which we command
3. 6 we command you, brethren, in the name
3. 10 this v/e commanded you, that if any
3. 12 Now them that are such we command
1 Ti. 4. ii These things command and teach
10. To arrange, set in order, -npocrraffffuprostasso.
Matt. 8. 4 offerthe gift that Moses commanded, for
21. 6 the disciples went, and did as Jesus com.
Mark i. 44 which Moses commanded, for a testimony
Luke 5. 14 according as Moses commanded, for a
Acts 10. 33 to hear all things that are commanded
10. 48 he commanded them to be baptized in
11.7*0 say, announce, fitu rheo.
Rev. 9. 4 it was commanded them that they should
12. To set or give a reason, or law, cya &y sum teem.
Ezra 4. 19 I commanded, and search hath been made
5. 3 Who hath commanded you to bnild this
5. 9 Who commanded you to build this house
COMMANDED
Precept, thing set up, rtijs mitsvah.
2 Ch. 8. 14 so had David the man of God commanded
COMMANDED, to be
\.To say, "Ct< amar.
Dan. 3. 4 To you it is commanded, O people
2. To be set up, receive a precept, niy tsavah, 4.
Gen. 45. 19 thou art commanded, this do ye ; take
Exod34. 34 and spake . .(that) which he -was comm.tn.
Lev. 8. 35 that ye die not : for so 1 am commanded
10. 13 And ye shall eat. .for so I am commanded
Num. 3. 16 the word of the LORD, as he was common.
36. 2 my lord was commanded by the LuRD to
Eze. 12. 7 I did so as I was commanded : I brought
24. 18 I did in the morning as I was commanded
37. 7 I prophesied as I was commanded : and
3. Taste, reason, law, cya taam.
Ezra 7. 23 Whatsoever is commanded by the God of
4.7"o set throughout, Siacnt\\<a diastellv.
fieb. 12. 20 could not endure that which was commau
COMMANDED, -which was
Precept, thing set up, niso mitsvah.
Neh. 13. 5 which was commanded (to be given) to
COMMANDER
One -who sets up, gives precepts, rny tsavah, 3.
Isa. 55. 4 I have given him (for) a . . commander to
COMMANDING
1.7V) set up, give precepts, niy tsavah, 3.
Gen. 49. 33 when Jacob had made an end of com.
2. To arrange thoroughly, SiaToo-crctf diatassS.
Matt ii. i when Jesus had made an end of com.
3. To call to, urge on, KfXfuw keleiw.
Acts 24. 8 Commanding his accusers to come unto
COMMANDMENT
I.A saying, .TICK imrah.
Psa.i47. 15 He seudeth forth his commandment
2.A ivord, 131 dabar.
Exod34. 28 wrote upon the tables, the ten comman.
Deut. 4. 13 ten commandments ; and he wrote them
10. 4 wrote on the tables, .the ten command.
Josh. 8. 8 according to the commandment of the L.
1 Sa. 15. ii for he. .hath not performed my coin.
15 13 I .have performed the commandment of
2 Sa I- 9 Wherefore hast thou despised the com.
i Ch 28! 21 the people (will be) wholly at thy com.
2Ch. 31. 5 as soon as the commandment came abr.
Estli. i. 12 Vashti refused to come at the king s co.
1. 19 let there go a royal commandment from
2. 8 when the king s commandment and his
3. 15 being hastened by the king s command.
4. 3 whithersoever the king s commandment
8. 14 pressed on by the king s commandment
8. 17 whithersoever the king s commandment
9. i when the king s commandment and his
Psa.ios. 20 that do his commandments, hearkening
Dan. 9. 23 the commandment came forth, and I am
9. 25 from the going forth of the command.
3. Thing given, a law, judgment, rn dath.
Esth. 3. 14 for a commandment to be given in every
8. 13 The copy of the writing for a command.
4, Statute, pn choq.
Amos 2. 4 they have not kept his commandments
COMMANDMENT 191 COMMANDMENT
y. Taste, -reason, law, CJJ, ,uam. .
Ezra 4. 21 until (another) commandment shall bo
6. 14 they builded. .according to the comman.
<5. Taste, reason, law, Djjtp teem.
Ezra 4. 21 Give ye now commandment to cause
6. 14 according to the commandment of Cyrus
I.Kaying, ""r^C maamar.
Esth. i. 15 she hath not performed the command.
2. 20 Esther did the commandment of Morde.
8. Word, nVp millah.
Dan. 3. 22 because the king s commandment was
9. Charge, command, i^ro miphqad.
zCh. 31. 13 at the commandment oi Hezekiah the
10. Precept, m$O mitsvah.
Gen. 26. 5 Because that Abraham, .kept, .my com.
Exodis. 26 If thou wilt, .give ear to his command.
16. 28 How long refuse ye to keep my comman.
20. 6 them that love me, and keep my comm.
24. 12 I will give thee. .commandments which I
Lev. 4. 2, 13, 22, 27 the commandments of the LORD
5. 17 forbidden to be done by the command.
22. 31 Therefore shall ye keep my command.
26. 3 If ye. .keep my commandments, and do
26. 14 if ye will not . . do all these commandme.
26. 15 so that ye will not do all my command.
27. 34 These (are) the commandments, which the
Numis. 22 and not observed all these command.
15 31 Because he hath, .broken his command.
15. 39 that ye may. .remember all the comma.
15. 40 That ye may. .do all my commandments
36. 13 These (are) the commandments and the
Deut. 4 2 that ye may keep the commandments of
4 40 Thou shalt keep, .his commandments
5. 10 them that love me, and keep my comma.
5. 29 that they would . . keep all my command.
5. 31 I will speak unto thee all the command.
6. i these (are) the commandments, the stat.
6. 2 to keep all his statutes, and his comma.
6. 17 Ye shall diligently keep the command.
6. 25 if we observe to do all these command.
7. 9 that love him, and keep his command.
7. ii Thou shalt therefore keep the command.
8. i All the commandments which I comma.
8. 2 whether thou wouldest keep his comma.
8. 6 Therefore thou shalt keep the command.
8. ii in not keeping his commandments, and
10. 13 To keep the commandments of the LORD
11. i thou shalt.. keep, .his commandments
ii . 8 Therefore shall ye keep all the command,
ii. 13 ye shall hearken . . unto my command,
n. 22 if ye shall, .keep all these commandme.
ii. 27, 28 obey the commandments of the LORD
13. 4 Ye shall, .keep his commandments, and
13. 18 to keep all his commandments which I co.
15. 5 to observe to do all these commandments
17. 20 he turn not aside from the commandme.
19. 9 If thou shalt keep all these command.
26. 13 accordingto all thycommandments,which
26. 13 I have not transgressed thy command.
26. 17 to keep his statutes, and his command.
26. 18 that (thou) shouldest keep all his comma.
27 i Keep all the commandments which I com.
27. 10 do his commandments and his statutes
28. i to observe (and) to do all his command.
28. 9 if thou shalt keep the commandments
28. 13 if that thou hearken unto the command.
28. 15 to observe to do all his commandments
28. 45 to keep his commandments and his statu.
30. 8 to do all his commandments which I com.
30. 10 If thou shalt. .keep his commandments
30. ii this commandment which I command
30. 1 6 to keep his commandments and his stat.
31. s do. .according unto all the command.
Tosh 22. 3 have kept the charge of the command.
22. 5 take diligent heed to do the command.
22. 5 chargedyou. .to keep his commandments
Tudg. 2. 17 obeying the commandments of the LORD
3. 4 they would hearken unto the command,
i 8a. 13. 13 thou hast not kept the commandment of
i Ki. 2. 3 to keep his statutes, and his command.
2. 43 Why then hast thou not kept, .the comm.
3. 14 to keep my statutes and my command.
6. 12 if thou wilt . . keep all niy commandments
8. 58 incline our hearts . . to keep his command.
8. 61 to keep his* commandments, as at this day
9. 6 if ye. .will not keep my commandments
ii. 34 because he kept my commandments and
ii. 38 to keep my statutes and my command.
13. 21 thou hast . .not kept the commandment
34. 8 my servant David, who kept my comman.
18. 18 ye have forsaken the commandments of
f. Ki. 17. 13 and keep my commandments (and) my
17. 16 they left all the commandments of the L.
17. 19 Judah kept not the commandments of
17. 34 or after the law and commandment which
if. 37 the law, and the commandment, which
38. 6 but kept his commandments, which the
18. 36 for the king s commandment was, saying
23. 3 made a covenant, .to keep his command.
; Ch.28. 7 if he be constant to do my command.
28. 8 keep and seek for all the commandments
29. 19 to keep thy commandments, thy testi.
a Ch. 7, 19 if ye. .forsake, .my commandments
8. 13 offering according to the commandment
8. 15 they departed not from the command.
14. 4 and to do the law and the commandment
17. 4 But. .walked in his commandments, and
19. 10 between law and commandment, statutes
2 Ch.24- 20 Why transgress ye the commandments of
24. 21 stoned him with stones at the command.
29. 15 came, according to the commandment of
29. 25 according to the commandment of David
29. 25 (so was) the commandment of the LORD
30. 6 according to the commandment of the
30. 12 one heart to do the commandment of the
31. 21 in the law, and in the commandments
34. 31 to keep fiis commandments and his testi.
35. 10 according to the king s commandment
35. 15 according to the commandment of David
35. 16 according to the commandment of king J.
Ezra 7. ii a scribe of the words of the command.
9. 10 for we have forsaken thy commandments
9. 14 Should we again break thy commandme.
ic. 3 of those that tremble at the command.
Neb. i. 5 for them that.. observe his command.
i. 7 We. .have not kept the commandments
1. 9 (if) ye turn unto me, and keep my comm.
9. 13 gavest. .good statutes and command.
9. 1 6 they, .hearkened not to thy command.
9. 29 they . . hearkened not unto thy command.
9. 34 nor hearkened unto thy commandments
10. 29 to observe and do all the commandments
11. 23 (it was) the king s commandment concern.
12. 24, 45 according to the commandment of D.
Esth. 3. 3 Why transgressest thou the king s com.
Job 23. 12 have I gone back from the command.
Psa. 19. 8 the commandment of the LORD (is) pure
78. 7 That they might . . keep his command.
89. 31 If they break . . and keep not my commau.
12. i delighteth greatly in his commandments
19. 6 when I have respect unto all thy com.
19. 10 let me not wander from thy command.
19. 19 hide not thy commandments from me
19. 21 which do err from thy commandments
19. 32 I will run the way of thy commandments
19. 35 to go in the path of thy commandments
19. 47 I will delight myself in thy command.
19. 48 will I lift up unto thy commandments
19. 60 I . . delayed not to keep thy command.
19. 66 for I have believed thy commandments
19. 73 understanding, that I may learn thy com.
19. 86 All thy commandments (are) faithful
19. 96 (but) thy commandment (is) exceeding
19. 98 Thou through thy commandments hast
19. ii 5 I will keep the commandments of my G.
19. 127 I love thy commandments above gold
19. 131 for I longed for thy commandments
19. 143 (yet) thy commandments (are) my delig.
19. 151 and all thy commandments (are) truth
19. 166 I have hoped, .and done thy command.
19. 172 all thy commandments (are) righteous.
19. 176 for I do not forget thy commandments
Prov. 2. i My son. .hide my commandments with
3. i but let thine heart keep my command.
4. 4 Let thine heart . .keep my commandment
6. 20 My son, keep thy father s commandment
6. 23 the commandment (is) a lamp ; and the
7. i and lay up my commandments with thee
7. 2 Keep my commandments, and live ; and
10. 8 The wise in heart will receive command.
13. 13 he that feareth the commandment shall
19. 16 He that keepeth the commandment
Ecci. 8. 5 Whoso keepeth the commandment shall
12. 13 Fear God, and keep his commandments
Isa. 36. 21 lor the king s commandment was, saying
48. 1 8 O that thou hadst hearkened to my com.!
Jcr. 35. 14 unto this day, but obey their father s co.
35. 16 the son s, .have performed the command.
35. 18 Because ye have obeyed the command.
Dan. 9. 4 and to them that keep his command.
Mai. 2. i O ye priests, this commandment (is) for
2. 4 know that I have sent this command.
II. The mouth, nspeh.
Gen. 45. 21 gave them wagons according to the com.
Exodi7. i according to the commandment of the L.
38. 21 according to the commandment of Moses
Xum. 3. 39 Aaron numbered at the commandment of
4. 37, 41, 49 did number, according to the com.
9. 18, 18, 23, 23 At the commandment of the
9. 20, 20 according to the commandment of the
10. 13 according to the commandment of the L.
13. 3 Moses by the commandment of the LORD
14. 41 do ye transgress the commandment of the
24. 13 I cannot go beyond the commandment
27. 14 ye rebelled against my commandment
33. 2 Moses wrote their goings, .by the com.
33. 38 Aaron, .went, .at the commandment of
Deut. i. 26, 43 rebelled against the commandment
9. 23 ye rebelled against the commandment of
Josh. i. 18 that doth rebel against thy command.
15. 13 According to the commandment of the L.
17. 4 according to the commandment of the L.
21. 3 at the commandment of the LORD, these
1 Sa. 12. 14, 15 rebel against the commandment of
15. 24 I have transgressed the commandment
2 Ki.23. 35 according to the commandment of Phar.
24. 3 Surely at the commandment of the LORD
i Ch. 12. 32 their brethren (were) at their command.
Prov. 8. 29 the waters should not pass his command.
ccl. 8. 2 (counsel thee) to keep the king s com.
Lam. i. 18 I have rebelled against his command.
12. Thing set up, precept, iy, 1$ tsav.
Hos. 5. ii he willingly walked after the command.
13. Thing arranged, Sidra.yfj.a diatagma.
Heb. ii. 23 were not afraid of the king s [command.]
14. Thing given in charge, fvra\/j.a entalma.
Matt 15. 9 teaching (for) doctriaes the command.
Mark 7. 7 teaching (for) doctrines the command.
Col. 2. 22 after tiie commandments and doctrines
15. Thing given in charge, ivroX-i] entole.
Matt. 5. 19 shall break one of these least command.
15. 3 Why do ye also transgress the command.
15. 6 Thus have ye made [the commandment]
19. 17 enter into life, keep the commandments
22. 36 which (is) the great commandment in the
22. 38 This is the first and great commandment
22. 40 On these two commandments hang all
Mark 7. 8 laying aside the commandment of God
7. 9 Full well ye reject the commandment of
10. 19 Thou knowest the commandments, Do
12. 28 Which is the first commandment of all ?
12. 29 [The first of all the commandments (is)]
12. 30 [This (is) the first commandment]
12. 31 There is none other commandment great.
Luke i. 6 walking in all the commandments and
15. 29 neither transgressed I. .thy command.
1 8. 20 Thou knowest the commandments
23. 56 and rested, .according to the commauJ.
John io. 1 8 This commandment have I received of
11. 57 and the Pharisees had given a command.
12. 49 he gave me a commandment, what I
12. 50 I know that his commandment is life
13. 34 A new commandment I give unto you
14. 15 If ye love me, keep my commandments
14. 21 He that hath my commandments, and
15. io If ye keep my commandments, ye shall
15. io as I have kept my Father s command.
15. 12 This is my commandment, That ye love
Acts 17. 15 receiving a commandment unto Silas and
Horn. 7. 8 But sin, taking occasion by the command.
7. 9 whenthecommandmentcame, sin revived
7. io the commandment, which (was ordained)
7. ii For sin, taking occasion by the command.
7. 12 and the commandment holy, and just
7. 13 that sin by the commandment might
13. 9 if (there be)any other commandment, it is
i Co. 7. 19 but the keeping of the commandments of
14. 37 things that I write, .are [the command.]
Eph. 2. 15 (even) the law of commandments (con.)
6. 2 which is the first commandment with
Col. 4. io touching whom ye received command.
1 Ti. 6. 14 That thou keep (this)comn;and:nei:t with.
Titus i. 14 Not giving heed to. .commandments of
Heb. 7. 5 verily they, .have a commandment to
7. 16 not after the law of a carnal command.
7. 18 there is. . a disannulling of the command.
2 Pe. 2. 21 to turn from the holy commandment
3. 2 be mindful, .of the commandment of us
1 Jo. 2. 3 we do know, .if we keep his command.
2. 4 and keepeth not his commandments, is a
2. 7 no new commandment, .but an old com.
2. 7 The old commandment is the word which
2. 8 a new commandment I write unto you
3. 22 because we keep his commandments, and
3. 23 This is his commandment, That we should
3. 23 love one another, as he gave us command.
3. 24 he that keepeth his commandments
4. 21 this commandment have we from him
5. 2 when we love God, and keep his com.
5. 3 love of God, that we keep his command.
5. 3 and his commandments are not grievous
2 Jo. 4 as we have received a commandment from
5 as though I wrote a new commandment
6 that we walk after his commandments
6 This is the commandment, That, as ye
Rev. 12. 17 which keep the commandments of God
14. 12 here (are) they that keep the command.
22. 14 Blessed (are) they that do his command.
16. Command, arrangement, tirirayj) epitage.
Horn. 16. 26 the commandment of the everlasting God
1 Co. 7. 6 by permission, ^and) not of command.
7. 25 concerning virgins I have no command.
2 Co. 8. 8 I speak not by commandment, but by
i Ti. i. i an apostle, .by the commandment of God
Titus i. 3 according to the commandment of Govl
17 .Announcement (open), Trapayyt\ia parafjgelia.
i Th. 4. 2 ye know what commandments we gave
1 Ti. i. 5 the end of the commandment is charity
COMMANDMENT, at the
1 To say, "ON amar.
2 Ch. 24. 8 at the king s commandment they made
2. To urge on, command, Ke\tvia kelciw.
Acts 25. 23 at Festus commandment Paul was bro.
COMMANDMENT, to give (a)
1. To set up, gice a precept, .T.y tsavah, 3.
Exod36. 6 Moses gave commandment, and they
Esth. 4. 5, io gave him a commandment to Mordecai
Psa. 71. 3 thou hast given commandment to save
Isa. 23. ii the LORD hath given a commandment
Nan. i. 14 the LORD hath given a commandment
2. To set out thoroughly, Siacrrf\\ofj.a.i dio.steUomai.
Acts 15. 24 to whom we gave no (such) commandment
3. To give in charge, fi/Tt\\o/.iai entellomai.
John 14. 31 as the Father [gave me commandment]
Acts i. 2 he. .had given commandments unto the
Heb. ii 22 and gave commandment concerning his
4.7*19 call to, urge on, command, /ceAeuo> keleuij.
Matt. 8 1 8 he gave commandment to depart unto
5. To announce alongside, irapayyf\\it> paraggello.
Acts 23. 30 I sent, .to thee, and gave commandment
COMMANDMENT 192 COMMUNE
COMMANDMENT, to give in
To set u/j, (/ice a precept, niy tsavah, 3.
Exodus. 22 which I will give thee in commandment
34. 32 he gave them in commandment all that
Deut i. 3 the LORD had given him in command.
COMMANDMENT, to send with
To cause to go forth, y; yntsa, 5.
Ezra 8. 17 I sent them with commandment unto Id.
COMMANDMENTS --
Things committed to one s care, D"j39 piqqudim.
PBS. 103. 18 to those that remember his command,
in. 7 all his commandments (are) sure
COMMEND, to
1. To praise, V?n halal, 3.
Gen. 12. 15 The princes also of Pharaoh .. commend.
2. To glorify, ny? shabach, 3.
EccL 8. 15 I commended mirth, because a man hath
3. Tn fiicc praise to, tiraivtw epaineo.
Lukei6. 8 the lord commended the unjust steward
4. To put along or over to, traparidri^i paratithemi.
Luke23- 46 Father, into thy hands I commend my
Acts 14. 23 they commended them to the Lord, on
20. 32 I commend you to God, and to the word
5. Tn set beside, irapi(TTrifj.i parietlmi.
1 Co. . 8 But meat commendeth us not to God
6. To set together, cruviffTtifjn sunistemi.
Rom. 3. 5 i( our unrighteousness commend the
j. 8 But God commendeth his love toward us
16. i I commend unto you Phebe our sister
2 Co. -\. i Do we begin again to commend ourselves
4. 2 by manifestation of the truth commend.
5. 12 we commend not ourselves again unto
10. i2 compare ourselves with some that com.
10. 1 8 not h that commendeth himself is appr.
10. 18 but whom the Lord commendeth
12. ii for I ought to have been commended of
COMMENDATION, of
Settiny together, arva-rariicds sustatikos.
2 Co. 3. i need we . . epistles of commendation to
3. i or (letters) of commendation trom you ?
COMMENDED, to be
T.J be praised, V?? halal, 4.
Prov 12. 8 A man shall be commended according to
COMMISSION
l.Law, judgment, M dath.
E/ra 8. 36 they delivered the king s commissions
2. What is turned over upon one, e-riTpo-n-jj epitrope.
Acts 26. 12 with authority and commission from the
COMMIT, to
1. To roll, V?? gala!.
J sa. 37. 5 Commit thy way unto the LORD ; trust
Prov 16. 3 Commit thy works unto the LORD and
2. T-> lie- in, 3 ~;~ hayah be.
Deut 21. 22 if a man have committed a sin worthy of
3. To deliver, give occasion, ipc masar.
Nuni3i 1 6 caused the children of Israel, .to commit
4. To give, }r$nathan.
Gen. 39. 8 he hath committed all that he hath to
39. 22 the keeper of the prison committed to
Isa. 22. 21 I will commit thy government into his
Jer. 39. 14 committed him unto Gedaliah the son of
Eze. 23. 7 Thus she committed her whoredoms
5. To do, rh?y asah.
Lev. 5. 17 if a soul sin, and commit any of these
18. 26 Ye shall, .not commit (any) of these
18. 29 whosoever shall commit any of these
18. 29 the souls that commit (them) shall be cut
18. 30 commit not (any one) of these abomina.
20. 13 both of them have committed an abomi.
20. 23 for they committed all these things, and
Num. 5. 6 When a man or a woman shall commit
Deuti?. 5 which have committed that wicked thing
19. 20 shall henceforth oommitno more any such
.Tudg 20. 6 they have committed lewdness and folly
Prov 16 12 abomination to kings to commit wicked.
Jer. 2. 13 For my people have committed two evils
6. 15 Were they ashamed when they had com.
8. 12 when they had committed abomination
29. 23 they have committed villany in Israel
44. 3 their wickedness which they have com.
44. 9 which they have committed in the land
44. 22 the abominations which ye have com.
44. 7 Wherefore commit ye (this) great evil
Eze. 3. 20 When a righteous (man) doth . . commit
6. q for the evils which they have commit.
8. 6 abominations, .house of Israel commit.
8. 17 the abominations which they commit
16. 43 thou shall not commit this lewdness
1 6. 50 and committed abomination before me
18. 12 idols, hath committed abomination
1 8. 21 from all his sins that he hath committed
18. 22 his transgressions that he hath commit.
1 8. 24 committeth iniquity, (and) doeth accor.
iS. 26 and committeth iniquity, and dieth in
18. 27 that he hath committed, and doeth that
18. 28 his transgressions that he hath committed
20. 43 for all your evils that ye have committed
22. 9 in the midst of thee they commit lewd.
22. ii one hath committed abomination with
33. 13 trust to bis owa righteousness, and com.
Eze. 33.13 but for his iniquity that he hath commit.
33. 15 walk in the statutes, .without committing
33. 18 and committeth iniquity, he shall even
33. 29 abominations which they have commit.
43. 8 their abominations that they have com.
44. 13 their abominations which they have com.
Hos. 6. 9 by consent: for they commit lewdness
6. To work, Vy? paal.
Hos. 7. i they commit falsehood ; and the thief
7. To give in charge or trust, ip? paqad, 5.
1 Ki. 14. 27 committed (them) unto the hands of the
2 Ch 12. 10 committed (them) to the hands of the
Psa. 31. 5 Into thine hand I commit iny spirit
Jer. 37. 21 that they should commit Jeremiah into
40. 7 had committed unto him men, and
41. 10 whom Nebuzar-adau..had committed to
8. To put, place,D v sim.
Job 5. 8 and unto God would I commit my cause
9. To give, SiSco/u didomi.
John 5. 22 hath committed all judgment unto the
10. To let, let be, (do> ead.
Acts 27. 40 they committed (themselves) unto the
II. To work, practise, fpydofj.ai ergazomai.
Jas. 2. 9 ye commit sin, and are convinced of the
I Z.To give over, Trapa5iSwfj.i paradidomi.
Acts 8. 3 haling men and women, committed (them
i Pe.2. 23 but committed (himself) to him that judg.
13. To put alongside of, TapariOrini paratithfmi.
Lukei2. 48 to whom men have committed much of
1 Ti. i 18 This charge I commit unto thee, son T.
2 Ti. 2. 2 the same commit thou to faithful men
14. To do, Tote co poieo.
Markis. 7 who had committed murder in the insur.
Lukei2. 48 he that knew not, and did commit things
J ohu 8. 34 Whosoever committeth sin is the servant
Acts 28. 17 though I have committed nothing against
2 Co. ii. 7 Have I committed an offence in abasing
Jas. 5. 15 ; i Jo. 3. 4 ; 3. 8 ; 3. 9.
\i>.To commit fornication, iropvevw ponieu6.
1 Co. 10. 8 as some of them committed, and fell in
16. To practise, do, irpdaffOD prasso.
Acts 25. ii if I be an offender, or have committed
25. 25 when I found that he had committed
Rom. i, 32 they which commit such things are
2. 2 against them which commit such things
Co 12. 21 lasciviousness, which they have commit.
17- To place, put, set, Tidr)fj.i tithemi.
2 Co. 5. 19 hath committed unto us the word of rec.
[See also Abominable, adultery, fornication, iniquity.
sacrilege, trust, ungodly, whoredom, wickedness.]
COMMIT self, to
To leave, 3?j/ azab.
Psa. 10. 14 the poor committeth himself unto thee
COMMIT (sin), to
To sin, miss the mark, fall short, xpn chata.
Lev. 4. 35 for his sin that he hath committed, and
5. 7 which he hath committed, two turtle do.
1 Ki.i4. 22 with their sins which they had commit.
Jer. 16. 10 what (is) our sin that we have committed
Eze. 16. 51 Neither hath Samaria committed half of
33. 16 None of his sins that he hath committed
COMMIT trespass or transgression, to
To trespass, go beyond, Vyip mual.
Lev. 5. 15 If a soul commit a trespass, and sin
6. 2 If a soul sin, and commit a trespass Num 5. 12 If any man s wife, .commit a trespass
Josh. 7. i the children of Israel committed a tres.
22. 16 What trespass (is) this that ye have com.
22. 20 Did not Achan. .commit a trespass in the
22. 31 because ye have not committed this tres.
i Ch. io. 13 for his transgression which he committed
Eze. 15. 8 because they have committed a trespass
20. 27 in that they have committed a trespass
COMMIT the keeping of
To put alongside, iraparidij^i paratithemi.
i Pe. 4. 19 let them, .commit the keeping of their
COMMIT to one s trust, to
To trust, confide, iri<TTtv<a pisteuo.
Luke 16. ii who will commit to your trust the true
COMMIT unto, to
To trust, confide, -Kiffrevta pisteuo.
Rom. 3. 2 unto them were committed the Jo. 2. 24.
1 Co. 9. 17 a dispensation (of the gospel) is com. un.
Gal. 2. 7 gospel of theuncircumcisionwascom. un.
COMMIT (whoredom
1
), to
To go a whoring, njj zanah.
Eze. 23. 43 Will they now commit whoredoms with
COMMITTED, to be
\.To be, happen, come to pass, n;n hayah, 2.
Jer. 5. 30 A wonderful and horrible thing is com.
I.To be given, yrij nathan, 2.
2 Ch. 34. 16 All that was committed to thy servants
3. To be done, rr>y asah, 2.
Lev. 18. 30 abominable customs which were com.
Num. 15. 24 it shall be, if (ought) be committed by
MaJ 2. ii an abomination is committed ia Israel
4. To he trusted, entrusted ii itJi, iri(rTfJo^a.i.[j>isteiw}.
Titus i. 3 which is committed unto me according
COMMITTED to or unto, that which is
What isput down f. TrapaKaTad-hicriparakatat/iek*.
1 Ti. 6. 20 keep (that which is committed to] thy
2 Ti. i. 14 [good thing which was committed unto]
COMMITTED unto him, that which is
What is
2>ut alongside of, irapo.O fiKri paratheke.
2 Ti. i. 12 that which I have committed unto him
COMMODIOUS, not -
Not well placed, avevBfros aneuthetos.
Acts 27. i2 because the haven was not commodious
COMMON
I. Profane, common, *?n chol.
i Sa. 21. 4 no common bread under mine hand, but
21. 5 (the bread is) in a manner common, yea
I.Of the land, earth, px erets.
Lev. 4. 27 if any one of the common people sin
3.A son, J3 ben.
Jer. 26. 23 cast, .into the graves of the common
4. Multitude of men, a an rob adam.
Eze. 23. 42 with the men of the common sort (were)
5. Many, numerous, an rab.
Eccl. 6. i There is an evil, .and it (is) common
6. Belonging to the public, 5rjfj.6<Tios demosios.
Acts 5. 18 and put them in the common prison
1. Common, KOLVOS koinos.
Acts 2. 44 all that believed . . had all things eoinmoa
4. 32 but they had all things common
io. 14 I have never eaten anything that is com.
10. 28 that I should not call any man common
11. 8 nothingcommon or unclean hath.. entered
Titus i. 4 Titus, (mine) own son after the common
Jude 3 to write unto you of the common salva.
S.Much, many, great, iro\vs polus.
Marki2. 37 And the common people heard him
COMMON, to call
To make (or regard as) common, KOivdu koinoo.
Acts io. 15 What God hath cleansed., call not thou c.
ii. 9 What God hath cleansed . . call not thou c.
COMMON death
Death, nilp mavetit.
Num. 16. 29 If these men die the common death of
COMMON things, to eat as
To make common, f Si clialal, 3.
Jer. 31. 5 Thou shalt . . eat (them) as common things
COMMON to man
Human, avOptairivos anthropinos ;
I C o. IO. 13-
COMMONLY
Wholly, fully, SXccy holns.
i Co. 5. i It is reported commonly (that there is)
COMMONEY reported, to be
To rumour throughout, Sia<f>r]fj.i^ca diaphemizo.
Matt.28. 15 this saying is commonly reported among
COMMONWEALTH
I olity, community, iro\LTtia politem.
Eph. 2. 12 being aliens from the commonwealth of
COMMOTION
1. Shaking, trembling? Pjn raash.
Jer. io. 22 a great commotion out of the north
2. Instability, OKOTatrraaia akatastasia.
Luke 21. 9 when ye shall hear of wars and commo.
COMMUNE, to
1. To oy, 12X ainar.
Psa. 4. 4 commune with your own heart upon your
2. To speak, 137 dabar.
Zech. 1. 14 the angel that communed with me said
Z.To speak, ~\y\ dabar, 3.
Gen. 18. 33 as soon as he had left communing with A.
23. 8 he communed with them, saying, If it
34. 6 Hamor .went out unto Jacob to com.
34. 8 Hamor communed with them, saying
34. 20 communed with the men of their city
42. 24 returned to them again, and communed
43. 19 they communed with him at the door of
Exod25. 22 I will commune with thee from above
31. 18 when he had made an end of communing
Judg. 9. i Abimelech. .went, .and communed with
i Sa. q. 25 (Samuel) communed with Saul upon the
18. 22 Commune with David secretly, and say
19. 3 and I will commune with my father of
25. 39 David sent and communed with Abigail
1 Ki.io. 2 when she was come to Solomon, she com.
2 Ki.22. 14 she dwelt in Jerusalem, .and they com.
2 Ch. 9. i when she was come to Solomon, she com.
Eccl. i. 16 I communed with mine own heart, saying
Dan. i. 19 the king communed with them ; and
4. To count, rehearse, 150 saphar, 3.
Psa. 64. 5 they commune of laying snares privily
5. To meditate, talk, ri tf siach.
Psa. 77. 6 I commune with mine own heart ; and
6. To talk thoroughly, 8iaAaAe o> dialaleo.
Luke 6. ii Bommuued one with another what they
COMMUNE 193 COMPARISON
7.A word, ",yj dabar.
Job 4. 2 (*[f) we assay to commune with thee
COMMUNE (together) or with, to
l.To be in a crowd together, 6ju\4t homileo.
Luke24. 15 while they communed (together) and
Acts 24. 26 lie sent for him . .and communed with
2. To talk logetlier, <riM.AaA.eo> sullaleo.
I jikc .-. 4 he went his way, and communed with
COMMUNICATE, to
1. To place 11j; again, avaTlfftfaai anatithemai.
Gal. 2. 2 And I. .communicated unto them that
2. To make or use as common, Koivtavtoi koinoneO.
Gal. 6. 6 Let him that is taught in the word com.
Phil. 4. 15 no church communicated with me as
3. The, act of using as common, Koivaivia, koinonia.
Heb. 13. 16 to do good and to communicate forget
COMMUNICATE, willing to
Communicative, liberal, KOIVUVIK^S koinonikos.
1 Ti. 6. iS that they be. .willing to communicate
COMMUNICATE with, to
To share with, crvyKoiVfavfca sutjkoinoneo.
Phil. 4. 14 that ye did communicate with myattlic.
COMMUNICATION -
1.^4 word, ~>y\ dabar.
2 Sa. 3. 17 Abner had communication with the
2. Meditation, talking, rrif siach.
2 Ki. 9. ii Ye know the man, and his communication
3. Act of using as common, KOIVQIVIO. koinonia.
Phm. 6 That the communication of thy faith
4. A word, \6yos logos.
Matt. 5. 37 let your communication be, Yea, yea
Luke 24. 17 What manner of communications (are)
Eph. 4. 29 Let no corrupt communication proceed
5-4 being crowded together, OfjuXia. homilia.
i Co. 15. 33 Be not deceived : evil communications
COMMUNION
Act of using a thing in common, Koivuvia koinonia.
1 Co. 10. 16 is it not the communion of the blood of
10. 16 is it not the communion of the body of
2 Co. 6. 14 what communion hath light with darknes.
13. 14 the love of God, and the communion of
COMPACT, to be
To bf joined, ijn chabar, 4.
Psa. 122. 3 Jerusalem is builded as a city that is com.
COMPACTED, to be
To raise up together, (rvfj.pifia.fa sumbibazo.
Eph. 4. 16 From whom the whole body fitly, .comp.
COMPANIES, by
A drinking together, party, ffv^vocriov sumposim.
Mark 6. 39 sit down by companies upon the green
COMPANION
1. Companion, inn chaber.
Psa. 119 63 I (am) a companion of all (them) that
Prov.28 24 the same (is) the companion of a destroy.
Song i. 7 turneth aside by the flocks of thy com.
8. 13 the companions hearken to thy voice
Isa. i. 23 Thy princes (are) rebellious, and com.
Eze. 37. 16 for the children of Israel his companions
37. 16 (for) all the house of Israel his compan.
^.Companion, tjn chabbar.
Job 41. 6 Shall thy companions make a banquet
3. Companion, njri chabar.
Dan. 2. 17 Mishael, and Azariah, his companions
^.Companion (female), rngn chabereth.
Mai. 2. 14 yet (is) she thy companion, and the wife
5.An intimate, rn? kenath.
Ezra 4. 7 Tabeel, and the rest of their companions
4. 9 and the rest of their companions
4. 17 (to) the rest of their companions that
4. 23 Shimshai the scribe, and their compan.
5. 3 Shethar-boznai, and their companions
5. 6 his companions the Apharsachites, which
6. 6 your companions the Apharsachites
6. 13 their companions, according to that
fr.A friend, jn.P merea.
Judgi4. ii they brought thirty companions to be
14. 20 Samson s wife was (given) to his compan.
15. 2 therefore I gave her to thy companion
15 6 because he had . . given her to his compan.
7. A friend, y> rea.
Exod.32 27 every man his companion, and every
i Ch.27. 35 Hushai the Archite (was) the king s com.
Job 30. 29 I am a brother to dragons, and a compa.
35. 4 I will answer thee, and thy companions
Psa. 122. 8 For my brethren and my companions
3. To feed, enjoy, have delight, nyi raah.
Prov.i3. 20 a companion of fools shall be destroyed
28. 7 he that is a companion of riotous (men)
9. .4 friend, nip. reah.
Judg.u. 38 she went with her companions, and
Psa. 45. 14 her companions that follow her shall be
10. One who has something in common, itoiviav6s.
Heb. 10. 33 whilst ye became companions of them
11. .4 joint companion, crvyKOivwi os sugkoinonos.
Rev. i. 9 who also am your brother, and [compan.]
COMPANION in labour
Fellow worker, ffvvfpyos sunergos.
Phil. 2. 25 companion in labour, and fellow soMier
COMPANION in travel
Out from one s people with others, atW/cSTj^os.
Acts 19. 29 having caught. . Paul s companions in tra.
COMPANY
I. To travel, be a wanderer, wayfarer,rnt< arach.
Gen. 37. 25 a company of Ishmeelites came from G.
2. Daughter, rq bath.
Eze. 27. 6 the company of the Ashurites have made
?>.A troop, TH3 gedud.
1 Sa. 30. 15 Canst thou bring me down to this com. ?
30. 15 I will bring thee down to this company
30. 23 the LORD, .delivered the company that
2 Ki. 5. 2 the Syrians had gone out by companies
4. A going, way, company, npvO halikah.
Job 6. 19 the companies of sheba waited for them
5. A multitude, jisn hamon.
2 Ch.2o. 12 this great company that cometh against
6.A cord, company, Tyj chebel.
1 Sa. 10. 5 thou shalt meet a company of prophets
10. 10 behold, a company of prophets met him
7.A company, "i3n cheber.
Hos. 6. 9 the company of priests murder in the
8.A company, "nan chebrah.
Job. 34. 3 Which goeth in company with the work.
9. What is alive, living, active, n;n chayyah.
Psa. 68. 30 Rebuke the company of spearmen, the
10. Strength, force, Vn chayii.
2 Ch. 9. i a very great company, and camels that
11. What is called together, njjn^ lahaqah.
i Sa. 19. 20 when they saw the company of the prop.
12. A chorus, dance, nVino mecholah.
Song 6. 13 As it were the company of two armies
13.^1 course, division, portion, nj^na machaloqeth.
1 Ch.28. i the captains of the companies that
14.^4 camp, njrtp machaneh.
Gen. 32. 8 If Esau come to the one company, and
32. 8 then the other company which is left
32. 21 himself lodged that night in the company
50. 9 horsemen : and it was a very great com.
2 Ki. 5. 15 he and all his company, .came and stood
i Ch. 9. 18 they (were) porters in the companies of
15.^4 company met by appointment, rnj; edah.
Nunii4. 7 they spake unto all the company of the
16. 5 spake unto Korah, and unto all his com.
16. 6 Take you censers, Korah, and all his c.
16. ii For which cause (both) thou and. .thy c.
16. 16 Be thou and all thy company before the
16. 40 be not as Korah, and as his company
26. 9 against Aaron in the company of Korah
26. 10 with Korah, when that company died
27. 3 he was not in the company of them that
27. 3 against the LORD in the company of Ko.
Job 16. 7 thou hast made desolate all my company
Psa. 106. 17 and covered the company of Abiram
106. 18 And a fire was kindled in their company
16.^4 host, N}? tsaba.
Psa. 68. ii great (was) the company of those that
17. What is pressed or gathered together, flap qibbuts.
Isa. 57. 13 When thou criest, let thy companies
18.^4 congregation, what is called together, *?n^ qahal.
Gen. 35. ii a company oi nations, shall be of thee
Nuni22. 4 Now shall this company lick up all (that)
Jer. 31. 8 a great company shall return thither
Eze. 16. 40 They shall also bring up a company aga.
17. 17 with (his) mighty army and great com.
23. 46 I will bring up a company upon them
23. 47 the company shall stone them with stones
26. 7 with horsemen, and companies, and
27. 27 all thy company which (is) in the midst
27. 34 all thy company in the midst of thee
32. 3 spread out my net over thee with a com.
32. 22 Asshur(is) there, and all her company
32. 23 her company is round about her grave
38. 4 a great company (with) bucklers and sh.
38. 7 all thy company that are assembled unto
38. 13 hast thou gathered thy company to take
38. 15 a great company, and a mighty army
I d. A head, detachment, ew rosh.
Judg. 7. 16 he divided the . . men (into) three com.
7. 20 the three companies blew the trumpets
9. 34 laid wait against Shechem in. .companies
9. 37 another company come along by the pi.
9. 43 divided them into three companies, and
9. 44 the company that (was) with him, rushed
9. 44 the two (other) companies ran upon all
i Sa. ii. ii Saul put the people in three companies
13. 17 the spoilers came out. .in three compan.
13. 17 one company turned unto the way (that
13. 18 another company turned the way (to) B.
13. 18 another company turned (to) the way of
20.A tumultuous crowd, e?r> rege.sh.
Psa. 55. 14 walked unto the house of God in com.
21. Abundance, multitude, njSV shiphu.li.
2 Ki. 9. 17 spied the company., and said, I seeacom.
22. A crowding together, a throng, 8/iiAor Iwmilos.
Rev. 18. 17 [every ship master, and all the company}
23.^1 crowd, #YA.OJ ochlos.
Luke 5. 29 there was a great company of publicans
6. 17 he carne down with, .the company of his
9. 38 a man of the company cried out, saying
11. 27 a certain woman of the company lifted
12. 13 one of the company said unto him, Mas.
John 6. 5 Jesus, .saw a great company come unto
Acts 6. 7 a great company of the priests were obed
24. Fulness, 7rA.Tj0or plethos.
Luke23. 2 7 there followed him a great company of
25.^4 journeying together, awoSia sunodia.
Luke 2. 44 supposing him to have been in the com
COMPANY, an innumerable
..4 myriad, ten thousand, ftvptds murias.
Heb. 12. 22 and to an innumerable company of ange!
COMPANY, travelling
To travel, be a wanderer, rriN arach.
Isa. 21. 13 O ye travelling comnanies of Dedanim
COMPANY, to gather a
To make a croivd, b-)(\oiroif<a ochlopoieo.
Actsi?. 5 gathered a company, and set all the citj
COMPANY, in a
A company reclining at meals, K\icrta klisia.
Luke 9. 14 Make them sit down by fifties in a com
COMPANY, one s own
One s own, IfSjos idios.
Acts 4. 23 they went to their own company, and
COMPANY, our
Out of us, f rmui/ ex hemon.
Luke24. 22 certain women also of our company mack
COMPANY, Paul and his
Those around Paul, oi irepl rbv nav\ov. [peri].
Actsi3. 13 when Paul and his company loosed from
COMPANY, we that were of Paul s
Those around Paul, oi irepl rbv Uav^of. [peri].
ActS2i. 8 [we that were of Paul s company departed
COMPANY, to come with such a
To be called together, pj?j zaaq, 2.
Judg. 18. 23 that thou comest with such a company :
COMPANY with, to keep
1. To feed, enjoy, have delight, njpj raah.
Prov. 29. 3 but he that keepeth company with harlot?
2. To glue or cement together, Ko\\ata kollao.
Actsio. 28 for a man that is a Jew to keep company w
3. To mix up togetiier, crvvai>afj.i-/vufj.t sunanamign.
i Co. 5. ii I have written.. not to keep company w.
COMPANY with, to (have)
1. To mix up together, ffvvava.fj.lyvvu.1 sunanamignu.
1 Co. 5. 9 1 wrote, .not to company with fornicators
2 Th. 3. 14 note that man. ano have no company with
2. To come or go with, ffvvfpxo^ai sunerchomai.
Acts i. 21 these men which have companied with ua
COMPARABLE
To be weighed, vh\) sala, 4.
Lam. 4. 2 precious sons of Zion, comparable to flnf
COMPARE, to
1.7*0 be like, msy damah, 3.
Song i. 9 I have compared thee, O my love, to a
I.To compare, useaproverb, S?9 mashal, 5.
Isa. 46. 5 To whom will ye. .compare me, that we
3. To set in array, compare, *[-$ arak.
Isa. 40. 18 or what likeness will ye compare unto
4. To cast alongside, Trapaftd\\<a paraballo.
Mark 4. 30 with what comparison shall we [comp.}
COMPARE among or with, to
To judge or sift together, awyKpivia sugkrino.
1 Co. 2. 13 comparing spiritual things with spiritual
2 Co. 10. 12 compare ourselves with some that com.
10. 12 comparing themselves among themselves
COMPARED, to be
1. To set in array, compare, y-ty arak.
Psa. 89. 6 who in the heaven can be compared unto
2. To equal, ny? shavah.
Prov. 3. 15 all the things, .are not to be compared
8. ii all the things, .are not to be compared
COMPARISON
A placing alongside, parable, irapa/8oA.?j parabole.
Mark 4. 30 with what comparison shall we compare
COMPARISON of, in
As, even as, ?, ID? ke, kemo.
Judg. 8. 2 What have I done now in comparison of
8. 3 what was I able to do in comparison of
Hag. 2. 3 in your eyea in compar. of it as nothing ?
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COMPASS 194 CONCEAL
COMPASS
I.A circle, sphere, xn chug.
Prov. 8. 27 set a compass upon the face of the depth
2.Compass, circuit, margin, 3313 karkob.
Exod27. 5 thou shall put it under the compass of
38. 4 brazen grate of network under the com.
3.A circuit, circle, compass, n^rp mechugah.
Isa. 44. 13 he rnarketh it out with the compass, and
4. What is round about, 3 3!j sabib.
1 Ki. 7 35 a round compass of half a cubit high
COMPASS, to -
\.To encompass, f]9X aphaph.
2 Sa. 22. 5 When the waves of death compassed me
Psa 18 4 The sorrows of death compassed me, and
40. 12 innumerable evils have compassed me
1 16. 3 The sorrows of death compassed me, and
Jon. 2. 5 The waters compassed me about,(even) to
2. To surround, rnj zarah, 3.
Psa 139. 3 Thou cornpassest my path and my lying
3. To encircle, n chug.
Job. 26. 10 He hath compassed the waters with
4. To go round, compass, 1(3} naqaph, 5.
1 Ki. 7. 24 round about (there were) knops compas.
7. 24 ten in a cubit, compassing the sea round
2 Ki. ii. 8 ye shall compass the king round about
a Ch. 4. 3 ten in a cubit, compassing the sea round.
23. 7 the Levites shall compass the king round
Job 19. 6 God.. hath compassed me with his net
Lam 3. 5 He hath, .compassed (me) with gall and
5. To be or go round about, 339 sabdb.
Gen 2. 1 1 which compasseth the whole land of Hav
2. 13 the same (is) it that compasseth the
Num. 21. 4 journeyed from mount Hor. .to compass
Deut. 2. i and we compassed mount Seir many days
2 3 Ye have compassed this mountain long
Josh. 6. 3 ye shall compass the city, all (ye) men of
6. 4 the seventh day ye shall compass the city
6. 7 said unto the people, Pass on. and com
6. 14 the second day they compassed the city
6. 15 compassed . .city after the same manner
6 15 that day they compassed the city seven
Judgn 18 they went along .and compassed the
16. 2 they compassed (him) in, and laid wait
1 Ki. 7, 15 a line of twelve cubits did compass
7 23 a line of thirty cubits did compass it
7. 74 under the brim., (there were) knops com.
2 Ki. 6 15 an host compassed the city both with
8. 2i smote the Edomites which compassed
i Ch. 4. 2 a line of thirty cubits did compass it
4. 3 which did compass it round about ; ten
18 11 they compassed about him to fight
21 "Q smote the Edomites which compassed
33. 14 compassed about Ophel. and raised it up
Psa 17.11 They have now compassed us in our steps
12. 12 Many bulls have compassed me : strong
22. 16 dogs have compassed me : the assembly
109 3 They compassed me about also with
Jer 52. 21 a fillet of twelve cubits did compass it
6. To be or go round about, 339 sabab, 2.
Josh. 15. 10 the border compassed from Baalah west
18. 14 the border was drawn (thence), and com
19. 14 the border compasseth it on the north
7. To go round about, 339 sabctb, 3a.
Psa. 26. 6 So will I compass thine altar, O LORD
Jer. 31 22 a new thing. A woman shall compass a
8. To go round about, 33!? sabab, 5.
Josh 6 ii So the ark of the LORD compassed the c.
9. To compass,ivy atar.
1 Sa. 23 26 Saul and his men compassed David and
Psa. 5 12 with favour wilt thou compass him as
10. To coiiipass, encircle, KvK\6ta kukloii.
Lukeai. 20 when ye shall see Jerusalem compassed
11 . To go round, irfpidyca periagfi.
Matt 23 15 ye compass sea and land to make one
COMPASS about, to
1 . To aird, nix azar, 3.
Isa". 50 1 1 that compass (yourselves) about with
1. To compass, "V?? kathar. 5.
Psa. 142. 7 the righteous shall compass me about
Hab i. 4 the wicked doth compass about the
3. To set round, IP} naqaph. f>.
2 Ki 6. 14 by night, and compassed the city about
Psa. 17. 9 my. .enemies, (who) compass me about
88. 17 They came, .they compassed me about
4. To be or go round about, 33IJ sabab.
2 Sa. 18. 15 ten young men. .compassed about and
22. 6 sorrows of hell compassed me about
Job 40. 22 willows of the brook compass him about
Psa. 18. 5 The sorrows of hell compassed me about
49. 5 iniquity of my heels shall compass me ab
118. 10 All nations compassed me about: but
1 18. ii They compassed me about, yea, they com.
118. 12 They compassed me about like bees
Hos. ii. 12 Ephraim compasseth me about with lies
f>. To be or go round about, 335 sabab, 2.
Jer. 31. 39 the measuring line, .shall compass about
6. To go round about, 33!J sabab, 3a.
Fsa- 1- 7 So shall the . . people compass thee about
33. 7 thou shalt compass me about with songs
Psa. 32. 10 mercy shall compass him about
Jon. 2. 3 the floods compassed me about : all thy
7. To compass, encircle, KvK\6<a kukloo.
Heb. ii. 30 after they were compassed about seven
Key. 20. 9 [compassed] the camp of the saints about
COMPASS about as a chain, to
To encircle as with a chain, pjj; anaq.
Psa. 73. 6 pride compasseth them about as a chain
COMPASS about, that
Set round about one, 3pp [partic. sahib, ;">].
Psa 140. 9 the head of those that compass me about
COMPASS, to fetch a
1. To be or go round about, 33p sabab.
2 Ki 3 9 they fetched a compass of seven days
2. To be or go round about, 335 sabab, 2.
Nuni34. 5 the border shall fetch a compass from A.
Josh 15 3 went up to Adar, and fetched a compass
3. To set or go round about, 33D sabab, 5.
2 Sa 5. 23 Thou shalt not go up ; (but) fetch a com
4. To come round about, Trtpifpxofj.ai perierclwmai.
Acts 28. 13 from thence we fetched a compass and ca
COMPASS round, to
1. To go round about, 33 D sabab.
Job 16. 13 His archers compass me round about
2. To be round about, 33D sabab, 2.
Geu 19. 4 men of the city., compassed the house r.
3. To circle round about, irepinvKKoai perikukloo.
Luke 19. 43 compass thee round, and keep thee in
COMPASSED (about) with, to be
To be laid round about, irep/jcei^uai perikeimai.
Heb. 5. 2 he himself also is compassed with inflr.
12. i seeing we also are compassed about with
COMPASSION
Mercies, tender compassion, D ~rn rachamim.
1 Ki. 8. 50 give them compassion before them who
2 Ch. 30. 9 your children (shall find) compassion
Lam 3. 22 we are not consumed, .because his comp.
Zech 7. 9 show mercy and compassions every man
COMPASSION, full of
Merciful, compassionate, Dirn rachum.
Psa 78 38 he, (being) full of compassion, forgave
86. 15 thou, O Lord, (art) a God full of compas.
in. 4 LORD (is) gracious, and full of compassion
112. 4 (he is) gracious, and full of compassion
145. 8 LORD (is) gracious, and full of compassion
COMPASSION, to be moved with
To have the bowels yearning, air\a yx>
i&ljiat sP^a-
Matt 9. 36 he was moved with compassion on them
14. 14 and was moved with compassion toward
18. 27 the lord, .was moved with compassion
Mark i. 41 Jesus, moved with compassion, put forth
6. 34 and was moved with compassion toward
COMPASSION, to have
1. To pity, spare, S?n chamal.
Exod. 2. 6 she had compassion on him, and said
1 Sa 23. 21 Blessed (be) ye. .for ye have compassion
2 Ch. 36. 15 because he had compassion on his people
36. 17 had no compassion upon young man or
Eze 16. 5 IS one eye pitied, .to have compassion upon
2. To love, pity, be merciful, orn racham, 3.
Lam. 3. 32 yet will he have compassion according to
Mic 7. 19 will turn again, he will have compassion
3. To have the bowels yearning, air\ayxt ^( lj-a -
Matt 15. 32 I have compassion on the multitude
20. 34 Jesus had compassion on them, and
Mark 8. 2 I have compassion on the multitude
9. 22 any thing, have compassion on us, and
Luke 7. 13 when the Lord saw her, he had compas.
10. 33 when he saw him, he had compassion
15. 20 his father saw him. and had compassion
COMPASSION of, to have
1.7*0 shoiii mildness, kindness, i\i4u> eleed.
Jude 22 [of some have compassion, making a di.]
2. To suffer with (another), ffvuTa.9iw sumpatheo.
Heb 10. 34 ye had compassion of me in my bonds
COMPASSION on, to have
1 . To love, pity, be merciful, Drn racham, 3.
1 Ki 8. 50 that they may have compassion on them
2 Ki. 13. 23 the LORD, .had compassion on them, and
Isa 49. 15 that she should not have compassion ou
Jer. 12. 15 I will return, and have compassion on
2. To show mildness, kindness, f\(e<a eleed.
Matt 1 8. 33 thou also have had compassion on thy
Mark 5. 19 the Lord, .hath had compassion on thee
3. Display moderation, fitrpioTraQeui mctriopattieu.
Heb. 5. 2 Who can have compassion on the ignorant
4. To have pity or mercy, otKreipw oikteiro.
Rom 9. 15 and I will have compassion on
9. 15 on whom I will have compassion
COMPASSION upon, to have
To love, pity, be merciful, Qgrj racham, 3,
Deut 13. 17 show thee mercy, and have compassion u.
30. 3 the LORD. .will, .have compassion upon
COMPASSION one of another, having
Suffering with (another), ffv/juraO-fis sumpathes.
1 Pe. 3. 8 having compassion one of another, love aa
COMPEL, to
1. To press, compel, Djx anas.
Esth. i. 8 none did compel : for so the king had
2. To drive, force, rnj nadach, 5.
2 Ch.2i. ii caused, .and compelled Judah (thereto)
3. To break forth upon, urge, f^p parats.
1 Sa. 28. 23 But his servants, .compelled him
4. To impress (as on public service), ayyapevv ag.
Matt 27. 32 Simon by name, him they compelled to
Markis. 21 they compel one Simon a Cyrenian, who
:>. To necessitate, compel, avayicdfa anaykazo.
l.nki- 1 4. 23 compel (them) to come in, that my house
Acts 26. ii I punished them, .and compelled (them)
2 Co. 1 2. ii I am become a fool, .ye have compelled
Gal. 2. 3 a Greek, was compelled to be circumcised
2. 14 why compellest thou the Gentiles to live
COMPEL to serve
Do work by means of, 3 13^ abad be ; Lev. 25. 39.
COMPEL to go, to
To impress (as on public service), ayyaptvca afjga..
Matt. 5. 41 whosoever shall compel thee to go a mile
COMPLAIN, to
1. To sigh habitually, JJK anan, 7a.
Numn. i (when)the people complained, it displeas.
Lam. 3. 39 Wherefore doth a living man complain
2.To weep, nps bakah.
Job 31. 38 the furrows likewise thereof complain
3.7b contend, strive, 3 ") rib.
Judg2i. 22 their brethren come unto us to complain
4. To meditate, talk, n ty siach.
Job 7. ii I will complain in the bitterness of my
Psa. 77. 3 I complained, and my spirit was overwh.
COMPLAINER
finding fault ivith one s lot, ntfttyiitoipot memps.
Jude 16 These are murmurers, compiainers, walk.
COMPLAINING
Cry, outcry, nrn^ tsevacha.
Psa. 144. 14 (there be) no complaining in our streets
COMPLAINT
1 . Meditation, talk, T\-\y siach.
1 Sa. i. 16 out of the abundance of my complaint
Job 7. 13 my couch shall ease my complaint
9. 27 I will forget my complaint, I will leave
10. i I will leave my complaint upon myself
21. 4 As for me, (is) my complaint to man : and
23. 2 Even to day (is) my complaint bitter: my
Psa. 55. 2 I mourn in my complaint, and make a
102. title, poureth out his complaint before the
142. 2 I poured out my complaint before him
2. Cause of complaint, alriafj.a aitiama.
Acts 25. 7 [laid many grievous complaints against]
COMPLETE
Perfect, complete, D pi? tamim.
Lev. 23. 15 seven sabbaths shall be complete
COMPLETE, to
To fill up, fill full, Tr\rip6u pleroo.
Col. 2. 10 ye are complete in him, which is the head
4 12 that ye may stand perfect and [complete]
COMPOSITION
Measure, proper quantity, rprip mathkoneih.
Exod3o. 32 neither shall ye make . . after the comp.
30. 37 not make . . according to the composition
COMPOTTND
Mixing, npn ro/jach.
Exodso. 25 an ointment compound after the art of
COMPOUND, to
To perfume, season, spice, np~; raqach.
Exod. 30 33 Whosoever compoundeth (any) like it
COMPREHEND, to
1. To knmo, be acquainted with, yv yada.
Job 37. 5 great things . which we cannot compre.
2. To contain, comprehend, ^ 3 kul.
Isa. 40. ia comprehended the dust of the earth in a
3. To receive fully, Kara\afj.^d.vo> katalambano.
John i. 5 and the darkness comprehended it not
Eph. 3. 1 8 May be able to comprehend with all saints
COMPREHENDED, to be briefly
To sum up under one head, a.va.Kpa\ai6a>.
Rom. 1 3. 9 if . . any other . . is briefly comprehended
CO NAN -IAH, irrjjj Jah is founding.
A chief Levite in the time of Josiah, B.C. 610.
2 Ch.35. 9 C. also, and Shemaiah and. .his brethren
CONCEAL, to
1. To keep silence regarding anything, V~\n charash.
Job 41. 12 1 will not conceal his parts, nor his pow
2. To hide, cut off, in$ kachad.
Job 6. 10 I have not concealed the words of the
7. ii (is> with *Je Almighty will I aot conceal
CONCEIT 195 CONDEMN
I sa. 40. 10 I have not concealed thy loviug kindness
Jer. 50. 2 Declare ye.. publish, (and) conceal not
3. To cover, nyy kasah.
Prov. 12. 23 A prudent raau coucealeth knowledge
4. To cover, .-159 kasah, 3.
Gen. 37. 26 if we slay our brother, and conceal his
Deut.i3. *> spare, neither shalt thou conceal him
i rov.n. 13 he that is of a faithful spirit coucealeth
5. To hide, irip sathar, 5.
Prov. 25. 2 (It is) the glory of God to conceal a
CONCEIT
1. Imagery, imagination, jvpipo maskith.
Prov 18. ii and as an high wall in his own conceit
"LEye, py ayin.
Prov 26. 5 lest he be wise in his own conceit
26. 12 Seest thou a man wise in his own conceit ?
26. 16 The sluggard (is) wiser in his own conceit
28. 1 1 The rich man (is) wise in his own conceit
CONCEITS, in your own
Beside,or alongside ofyourselves, -KO.^
iauro ts [ para"].
Rom. 1 1. 25 lest ye should be wise [in] your own cone.
12. 16 Be not wise in your own conceits
CONCEIVE, to
I. Pregnant, ron harah.
J udg 13. 5 lo, thou shalt conceive, and bear a son
13. 7 Behold, thou shalt conceive, and bear a
Isa 7. 14 a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son
2. To conceive, become pregnant, .Tin harah.
Gen. 4. i she conceived, .and said, I have gotten a
4. 17 and she conceived, and bare Enoch
26. 4 he went in unto Hagar, and she conceived
16. 4 when she saw that she had conceived, her
16. 5 when she saw that she had conceived
si. 2 Sarah conceived, and bare Abrahamason
25. 21 and Rebekah his wife conceived
29. 32 Leah conceived, and bare a son, and she
29. 33, 34, 35 she conceived again,and bare a son
30. 5 Bilhah conceived, and bare Jacob a son
30. 7 Bilhah, Rachel s maid, conceived again
30. 17 she conceived, and bare Jacob the fifth
30. it) Leah conceived again, and bare Jacob
30. 2 3 she conceived, and bare a son ; and said
38. 3, 4 she conceived, and bare a son ; and he
38. 18 came in unto her; and she conceived by
Exod.2 2 And the woman conceived, and bare a son
Num. ii. 12 Have I conceived all this people? have I
J udg. 13. 3 but thou shalt conceive, and bear a son
1 Sa. i. 20 was come about after Hannah had con.
2. 21 she conceived, and bare three sous and
2 Sa. ii. 5 the woman conceived, and sent and told
7 Ki. 4. 17 the woman conceived, and bare a son at
i Ch. 7 23 she conceived and bare a son, and he
Job 15. 35 They conceive mischief, and bring forth
Psa. 7. 14 he travaileth. .and hath conceived misc.
Isa 8. 3 went unto the prophetess ; and she con.
33. ii Ye shall conceive chaff ; ye shall bring
59. 4 they conceive mischief, and bring forth
59. 13 conceiving and uttering from the heart
Hos. i. 3 Gomer. .which conceived, and bare him
i. 6 she conceived again, and bare a daughter
i. 8 when she had weaned Lorunamah, she co
3.To conceive, become pregnant, rnrr harah.
Song 3. 4 into the chamber of her that conceived
Hos. 2. 5 she thatconceived them hath done shame.
4. To be sown, receive seed, inj zara, "2.
Num. 5. 28 she shall be free, and shall conceive seed
5.7*0 think, devise, reckon, Jtyn cliashab.
Jer. 49. 30 Nebuchadrezzar, .hath conceived a pur.
6. To be or become warm, to conceive, an; yacham.
Gen. 30. 38 that they should conceive when they
30. 39 the flocks conceived before the rods, and
7. To become warm, conceive, on; yacham, 3.
Gen. 30. 41 whensoever the stronger cattle did conce
30. 41 that they might conceive among the rods
31. 10 at the time that the cattle conceived
Psa. 51. 5 and in sin did my mother conceive me
8.7*0 beget, conceive, ytvvd.a> gennao.
Matt, i 20 that which is conceived in her is of the
9. for a casting down, tls KO.TO.&O\T]V [katabole],
Heb. ii. ii Sara herself received strength to conceive
10. 7*o have a It/ing, t-^ta Koirriv echo koiten.
liom. 9. 10 when Rebecca also had conceived by one
IT. 7*0 receive (seed), tTv\\a/j./3avM sidlambano.
Luke i. 24 after those days. .Elisabeth conceived
i. 31 thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and
i. 36 she hath also conceived a son in her old
221 named of the angel before he was con.
Jas. 1.15 when lust hath conceived, it bringeth
12. To place, put, set, riOrifu tithemi.
Acts 5. 4 why hast thou conceived this thing in
CONCEIVE again, to
To add, ]p; yasaph, 5.
Gen. 38. 5 she yet again conceived, and bare a son
CONCEIVE seed, to
Tb cause to sow, let sow, y~\\ zara, 5.
Lev. 12. 2 If a woman have conceived seed, and
CONCEIVED, to be
To be conceived, rnn harah, 4.
Job 3. 3 There is a man child conceived
CONCEPTION
1 . Conception, Jinn heron.
Gen. 3. 1 6 1 will greatly multiply thy. .conception
^..Conception, jvjn herayon.
Ruth 4. 13 the LOKD gave her conception, and she
Hos. y. ii from the womb, and from the conception
CONCERN, (those) things which
The things about, ra (irfpl) taperi.
Acts 28. 31 those things which concern the Lord J.
2 Co. 1 1. 30 I will glory of the things which concern
CONCERNING
\.Unto, with reference to, bx, el.
i Sa. 3. 12 all (things) which I have spoken concern.
la. (In reference) to, *? le.
Gen. 19. 21 concerning this thing also
2. Concerning, hy al.
Gen. 24. 9 the servant, .sware to him concerning
Ezra 3. 5 they returned answer by letter concerning
5. 17 send his pleasure to us concerning this
7. 14 enquire concerning; Dan. 2.18; 5.29; 6.12.
3. Concerning, on account of, riVK hy al odoth.
Gen. 26. 32 servants came, and told him concerning
Josh 14. 6 said unto Moses the man of God concern.
^.Concerning, on the side of, ~s tsad.
Dan. 6. 4 against Daniel concerning the kingdom
5. With a view or regard to, els eis.
Acts 2. 25 David speaketh concerning him, I fore.
Rom 16. IQ I would haveyou. .simple concerning evil
2 Co. 8. 23 my partner and fellow helper concern.
Eph. 5. 32 speak [concerning] Christ and the church
i Th. 5. 18 the will of God in Christ Jesus concern.
&.Down or over against, as to, Kara, (ace.) kata.
Eph. 4. 22 concerning the former conversation, the
Phil. 3. 6 Concerning zeal, persecuting the church
7.About, concerning, for, irtpi (gen.) peri.
Matt. 4. 6 He shall give his angels charge concern.
ii. 7 began to say unto the multitudes concer.
16. ii I spake (it) not to you concerning bread
Mark. 5. 16 they, .told them, .concerning the swine
7. 17 disciples asked him [concerning] the
Luke 2. 17 the saying which was told them concern.
7. 24 began to speak unto the people concern
24. 19 they said unto him. Concerning Jesus of
24. 44 written, .(in) the Prophets, .concerning
John 7. 12 there was much murmuring, .concerning
7. 32 the people murmuredsuch things concer
9. 18 the Jews did not believe concerning him
11. 19 to comfort them concerning their brother
Acts i. 16 the Holy Ghost., spake before concerning
19. 39 if ye enquire anything [concerning] other
21. 24 whereof they were informed concerning
22. 18 will not receive thy testimony concern.
23. 15 as though ye would enquire, .concerning
24. 24 heard him concerning the faith in Christ
25. 16 licence to answer for himself concerning
28. 21 We neither received letters, .concerning
28. 23 persuading them concerning Jesus, both
Rom. i. 3 Concerning his Son Jesus Christ our Lord
i Co. 7. 25 concerning virgins I have no command.
12. i concerning spiritual (gifts), brethren, I
16. i concerning the collection for the saints
i Th. 3. 2 to comfort you [concerning] your faith
4. 1 3 concerning them which are asleep, that
Heb. 7. 14 of which tribe Moses spake nothing con.
ii. 20 Isaac blessed Jacob and Esau concerning
ii. 22 Joseph.. gave commandment concerning
1 Jo. 2. 26 These, .have I written unto you concern
8. About, concerning, irepi (ace.) peri.
i Ti. 1. 19 which some having put away, concerning
6. 21 Which some professing have erred con.
2 Ti. 2. 18 Who concerning the truth have erred
3. 8 men of corrupt minds, reprobate concer.
9.7Vt behalf of, virip (gen.) huper. Rom 9 27 Esaias also crieth concerning Israel
10. Concerning the matter(s) of, "IT^H al dabar.
2 Sa. 18. 5 when the king gave . . charge concerning
Jer. 7. 22 I spake not. .concerning burnt offerings
14. i The word, .that came to Jeremiah con.
CONCERNING, as
1. With a view to the matter of, els \6yov eis logon.
Phil. 4. 15 no church communicated with me as con.
2.Down through, as to, Kara, (ace.) kata.
Rom 9. 5 of whom as concerning the flesh Christ
ii. 28 As concerning the Gospel, (they are)
2 Co. 1 1. 21 I speak as concerning reproach, as though
3.About, concerning, for, irtpi (gen.) peri.
Acts 28. 22 as concerning this sect, we know that
i Co. 8. 4 As concerning therefore the eating of
CONCERNING that, as
Because thai, on hoti.
Acts 13 34 as concerning that he raised him up from
CONCERNING, the things
The things about or concerning, ra irtpl taperi.
Luke22. 37 for the things concerning me have an end
24. 27 he expounded, .the things concerning
Acts 8. 12 Philip preaching the things concerning
19. 8 disputing and persuading the things con.
CONCISION
A cutting down, Kararofir) katatome.
Phil. 3. 2 beware of evil workers, beware of the co
CONCLUDE, to
1.7*0 reckon, account, \oyiofj.ai logizomai.
Rom. 3 28 we conclude that a man is justified by
2. To judge, decide, Kpivta krinii.
Acts 21. 25 we have written (and) concluded that
3. To shut or close up together, ffvyK\ei<a sinjkleid. Rom ii. 32 God hath concluded them all in unbelief
Gal. 3. 22 the Scripture hath concluded all under
CONCLUSION
End, I D suph.
Eccl.i2. 13 Let us hear the conclusion of the whole
CONCORD
A sounding together, a>vn<j><avT);ris sumphonesis.
2 Co. 6. 15 what concord hath Christ with Belial?
CONCOURSE
1. 7*o hum, sound, make a noise, nan hamah.
Prov. i. 21 She crieth in the chief place of concourse
2.A turning together, gathering, ffvarptxpiisustrophe.
Acts 19. 40 we may give an account of this concourse
CONCUBINE
1. Concubine, singing damsel, njnS lechenah.
Dan. 5. 2 his wives, and his concubines, might
5. 3 his wives, and his concubines, drank in
5. 23 thy wives, and thy concubines.have drunk
2. Concubine, a half wife, mh S pilegesh.
Gen. 22. 24 his concubine, wnose name (was)Reumah
25. 6 unto the sons of the concubines, which
35.22 Reuben . . lay with . . his father s concubine
36. 12 Timna was concubine to Eliphaz, Esau s
Judg 8. 31 his concubine that (was) in Shechem, shc-
19. i who took to him a concubine out of Be.
19. 2 his concubine played the whore against
19. 9 when the man rose up. .he, and his COL.
19. 10 (there were) with him . .his concubine
19. 24 my daughter, a maiden, and his concu.
19. 25 the man took his concubine, and brought
19. 27 the woman his concubine wasfallen down
19. 29 laid hold on his concubine, and divided
20. 4 I came into Gibeah. .1 and my concubine
20. 5 my concubine have they forced, that she
20. 6 I took my concubine, and cut her in
2 Sa. 3. 7 Saul had a concubine, whose name (was)
3. 7 hast thou gone in unto my father s concu ?
5. 13 David took (him) more concubines and
15. 16 the king left ten womeu.which (were) con.
16. 21 Go in unto thy father s concubines, which
16. 22 Absalom went in unto his father s concu.
19. 5 the lives of thy wives, and. .thy concu.
20. 3 the king took the ten women (his) concu.
21. ii it was told David what., the concubineof
i Ki.il. 3 And he had. .three hundred concubines
1 Ch. i. 32 the sons of Keturab, Abraham s concu.
2. 46 Ephah, Caleb s concubine, bare Haran
2. 48 Maachah, Caleb s concubine, bare Sheber
3. 9 besides the sons of the concubines, and
7. 14 his concubine theAramitess bare Machir
2 Ch.n. 21 above all his wives and his concubines
ii. 21 eighteen wives, and three score concu.
Esth 2. 14 chamberlain, which kept the concubines
Song 6. 8 threescore queens, and fourscore concu.
6. 9 the queens and the concubines, and they
CONCUPISCENCE
Over desire, firidv/j.ia epithumia.
Rom 7. 8 wrought in me all manner of concupis.
Col. 3. 5 inordinate affection, evil concupiscence
1 Th. 4. 5 Not in the lust of concupiscence, even
CONDEMN, to
1. 7*0 make or declare wrong (i?i law], yen rasha, 5.
Exod22. 9 whom the judges shall condemn, he shall
Deut25. i shall justify the righteous, and condemn
.fob 9. 20 justify myself, mine own mouth shall con
10. 2 I will say unto God, Do not condemn me
15 6 Thine own mouth condemneth thee, and
32. 3 had found no answer, and (yet) had con.
34. 17 wilt thou condemn him that is most just?
40. 8 wilt thou condemn me, that thou maycst
Psa. 37. 33 The LORD will not. .condemn him when
94. 21 They gather themselves, .and condemn
Prov 12. 2 a man of wicked devices will he condemn
17. 15 he that condemneth the just, even they
Isa. 50. 9 who (is) he (that) shall condemn me ?
54. 17 against thee in judgment thou shalt con.
2. 7*o fine, oppress, viy anash.
2 Ch-36. 3 condemned the land in an hundred
3. Know thing against, KaraytvoiffKca kataginHskij.
i Jo. 3. 20 if our heart condemn us, God is greater
3. 21 if our heart condemn us not, (then) have
4. 7*o judge against, KaraSmd^ta katadikazo.
Matt 12. 7 would not have condemned the guiltless
13. 37 by thy words thou shalt be condemned
Luke 6. 37 condemn not, and ye shall not be con.
Jas. 5. 6 Ye have condemned (and) killed the just
5. To judge down, condemn, KaraKpivca katakrino.
Matt 12. 41 with this generation, and shall condemn
12. 42 The queen of the south, .shall condemn
20. 18 and they shall condemn him to death
27. 3 Judas, .when. he saw that he was con.
CONDEMN 196 CONFIRM
Mark 10. 33 and they shall condemn liim to death
14 64 they all condemned him to be guilty of
Luke 1 1. 32 The men of Nineve.. shall condemn it
ii 31 The queen of the south shall, .condemn
John S. 10 [Woman, .hath no man condemned theeV]
8 ii [Neither do I condemn thee; go, and sin]
Rom 3 i thou judgest another, thou condemuest
8 3 and for sin, condemned sin in the flesh
8 34 Who (is) he that eomlemnett. t (It is) C.
1 Co ii 3- we should not be condemned with the
Heb 1 1 7 by the which he condemned the world
Jas 5 o Grudge not. .brethren, lest ye be [cond.]
2 Pe. 2 6 condemned (them) with an overthrow
6.7*0 judge, pronounce judgtnent, Kpivw krino.
John 3. 17 God sent not his Sou. .to condemn the
3 18 He that believeth on him is not condem.
3 18 he that believeth not is condem.Ae. 13.27.
Rom 14. 22 Happy (is) he that condemneth not
7 Toward a judging down, vpos Kardnpifftv [/~os].
2 Co. 7. 3 I speak not (this) to condemn (you) : for
CONDEMN, that
To judge or act os a magistrate, asy lJuiplwt.
Psa. 109. 31 save (him) from those that condemn his
CONDEMNED -
To lint, ogress, tfJV anash.
Amos2. 8 they drink the wine of the condemned
CONDEMNED of one s self
One judged down by himself, auroKaraKptTos.
Titus 3. ii and siuneth, being condemned of himself
CONDEMNED, to be
l.To go out (declared) wrong, 1V1 x*T yatsa rasha.
Psa. 109. 7 he shall be judged, let him be condemned
2. With a view to a judgment, eh Kpi/j.a eis krimu.
Luke24. 20 our rulers delivered him to be condemned
CONDEMNED, that cannot be
One against whom nothing is known, aKa-rayvuiaro^
Titus 2. 8 Sound speeeli, that cannot be condemned
CONDEMNATION
I.TJie judgment against, Karo/cpiM 1 katakrtirM.
Rom. =. 16 the judgment (was) by one to condemua.
"s. 18 (come) upon all men to condemnation
$ . i no condemnation to them which are in C.
^.Condemning, Kara/cpicris katakrisis.
2 Co. 3. 9 if the ministration of condemnation
3. The judgment (pronounced), Kpi/j.a krima.
Luke23
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40 seeing thou art in the same condemnation
i Co ii 14 ve come not together unto condemnation
i Ti 3. 6 lest . .he fall into the condemnation of the
Jas - T we shall receive thegreater condemnation
Jude 4 who were., ordained to this condemnation
CONDEMNING
To make or declare wrong (in law) yen rasha, 5.
1 Ki. 8. 32 judge thy servants, condemning the
CONDESCEND, to
To he led auw/ icith, <ruvaTrdyo/j.ai sunapagomai.
Rom 12. 16 but condescend to men of low estate
CONDITIONS of
The things toward or touching, TO. irp6s ta pros.
Lukei4. 32 he sendeth. .and desireth conditions of
CONDUCT, to
l.To cause to go (or lead) over, nay abar, 5.
2 Sa. 19. 40 the people of Judah conducted the king
2. To send away or forth, rhy shalach, 3.
2 Sa. 19. 31 with the king, to conduct him over Jor.
3. To set down. KaQicrrrfai kirfliisf.flill.
Acts 17. 15 they that conducted Paul brought him
CONDUCT forth, to
To send forward, irpo7re>ira> propempo.
1 Co. I D. ii conduct him forth in peace, that he may
CONDUCT over, to
To cause to go (or lead) over, 155, abar, 5.
2 Sa. 19. 15 to meet the king, to conduct the king o.
CONDUIT
Aqueduct, n^F tealah.
2 Ki. 18. 17 stood by the conduit of the upper pool
20. 20 made a pool and a conduit, and brought
Isa 7. 3 at the end of the conduit of the upper
36. 2 he stood by the conduit of the upper
CONEY
A hare, fiedgehog, or rabbit, ]$y shaphan.
Lev ii. 5 the coney, because he cheweth the cud
Deut 14. 7 (as) the camel, and the hare, and the coney
Psa.io4 . 18 wild goats; (and) the rocks for the comes
Prov 30. 26 The conies (are but) a feeble folk, yet
CONFECTION
Perfume, spice, njyi roqach.
Kxodso. 35 a confection after the art of the apothoc.
CONFECTIONARY
Perfumer, nriifi raqqachah.
i Sa. 8. 13 take your daughters (to be) confectionar.
CONFEDERACY
1.A covenant, agreement, n"\2berilh.
Obad. 7 the men of thy confederacy have brought
2. A conspiracy, iyi3 qesher.
Isa. 8. 12 Say ye not, A confederacy, to all (them to
8. 12 this people shall say, A confederacy
CONFEDERATE--
Master of a cotvna-.it, an ally, nns. ^3 [baal].
Gen. 14. 13 ana these (were) confederate with Abram
CONFEDERATE, to be
l.To rest, n J nuach.
Isa. 7. * saying, Syria is confederate with Ephraim
2. To cut a covenant, nna ma karath berith.
Psa. 83. 5 they are confederate against thee
CONFER, to
I. (His) word was, n;n -93 dabar hayah.
i Ki. i. 7 he conferred with Joab the son of Zeruiah
2. To put (anything) up toward one, irpoffava.Ti6r]fji.i.
Gal. i. 16 immediately I conferred not with flesh
3. To talk together, crv\\a\tca sullaho.
Acts 25. 12 when he had conferred with the council
4. To cast (icords) together, <ri/ju/3aA.A.a> sumball :,
Acts 4. 15 they conferred among themselves
CONFERENCE, add in
To put (anything) up toward one, -irpoa-avariOriui.
Gal. 2. 6 in conference added nothing to mo
CONFESS, to
l.To confess (by throwing out the hand), .TV yadah, 5.
1 Ki 8 33 shall turn again to thee, and confess thy
8. 35 confess thy name, and turn from their
2 Ch. 6. 24 shall return and confess thy name, and
6. 26 confess thy name, and turn from their
Job 40. 14 Then will I also confess unto thee that
Psa. 32. 5 Iwill confess my transgressions unto the;
Prov.28. 13 whoso confesseth and forsaketh (them)
2.7*0 confess (for oneself), .TV yadah, 7.
Lev 5. 5 he shall confess that he hath sinne l in
16 21 confess over him all the iniquities uf
26. 40 If they shall confess their iniquity, and
Num. 5. 7 they shall confess their sin which they
Ezra io. i when he had confessed, weeping and
Neh. i. 6 confess the sins of the children of Israel
q. 2 stood and confessed their sins, and the
9. 3 (another) fourth part they confessed, and
Dan. 9. 20 confessing my sin and the sin of my people
3.7*0 speak out the same, fofj.o\oyew exomologeo.
Matt. 3 6 were baptised of him in Jordan, confessing
Mark i. 5 were all baptised of him. .confessing their
Acts 19. 18 and confessed, and showed their deeds
Rom1 4. ii and every tongue shall confess to God
15. 9 For this cause I will confess to thee
Phil 2 ii every tongue should confess that Jesus
James5 16 Confess (your) faults one to another, and
Rev. 3. 5 will [confess] his name before my Fathei
4. To speak the same thing, opoXoyfu homologeo.
Mattio. 32 Whosoever therefore shall confess me
io. 32 him will I confess also before my Father
Lukeiz. 8 Whosoever shall confess me before men
12. 8 him shall the Son of man also confess
John i. 20 he confessed, and denied not ; but con.
9. 22 if any man did confess that he was Christ
12! 42 because of the Pharisees they did not con
Acts 23. 8 but the Pharisees confess both
24 14 this I confess unto thee, that after the
Rom. io. 9 if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the
Heb. ii. 13 confessed that they were strangers and
1 ,)o. i. 9 If we confess our sins, he is faithful and
4. 2 that confesseth that Jesus Christ is come
3 every spirit that confesseth not that J.
4 15 Whosoever shall confess that Jesus is the
2 Jo. 7 who confess uot that Jesus Christ is
CONFESSION, to make
To cmifess (for oneself), .TV yadah, 7.
2 Ch. 30. 22 making confession to the LORD God of
Dan. 9. 4 made my confession, and said, Lord
CONFESSION
1 . Confession (by casting out the hand), rnin todah
Jos. 7. 19 make confession unto him ; and tell me
Ezra io. n make confession unto the LORD God of
2. Assent, profession, 6fjio\oyia homologia.
1 Ti. 6. 13 who before. .Pilate witnessed a good con
CONFESSION is made
To speak the same thing, duoKoyta homologeo.
Rom. io. io with the mouth confession is made unto
CONFIDENCE
I. Confidence, trust, noa betach.
Eze. 28. 26 they shall dwell with confidence, when I
2. Confidence, trust, nntpa bitchah.
Isa. 30. 15 in quietness and in confidence shall be
3. Confidence, trust, Jinn? bittachon.
2 Ki.iS. IQ What confidence (is) this wherein thou
Isa. 36. 4 What confidence (is) this wherein thou
..Firmness, stoutness, So? kesel.
Prov. 3. 26 the LORD shall be thy confidence, and
.firmness, stoutness, n/p? kislah.
Job 4. 6 (Is) not (this) thy fear, thy confidence
5. Confidence, trust, npiip mibtach.
Job 18. 14 His confidence shall be rooted out of his
31. 24 said to the., gold,(Thou art)my confidence
Psa. 65. 5 the confidence of all the ends of the earth
Prov 14. 26 InthefearoftheLORD(is)strongconfiden.
21. 22 casteth down the strength of the conftd.
25. 19 Confidence in an unfaithful man. .(is like)
Jer. 2. 37 the LORD hath rejected thy confidences
48. 13 houseof Israel wasashamed of . .their con.
Eze. 29. 16 it shall be no more the confidence of the
7 .Frec-spokenness, boldness, Trappijffia parrhesia.
Acts 28. 31 with all confidence, no man forbidding
Heb. 3. 6 if we hold fast the confidence and the
io. 35 Cast not away therefore your confidence
1 Jo. 2. 28 when he shall appear, we may have con.
3. 21 (then) have we confidence toward God
5. 14 this is the confidence that we have in him
^.Confident persuasion, -jreTroiBrtffis pepoithesis.
2 Co. i. 15 in this confidence I was minded to come
8. 22 upon the great confidence which (I have)
io. 2 when I am present with that confidence
Eph. 3. 12 In whom we have, .access with confidence
Phil. 3. 4 Though I might also have confidence in
9. What stands under one, substratum, virSffraff^.
2 Co. ii. 17 as it were foolishly, in this confidence
Heb. 3. 14 if we hold the beginning of our confidence,
CONFIDENCE, to have
l.To have good courage, dapp(<a tharrheo.
2 Co. 7. 16 I rejoice therefore that I have confidence
l.To persuade, irtiOa pcithS.
2 Co. 2. 3 having confidence in you all. that my
Gal. 5. io I have confidence in you through the L.
Phil. i. 25 having this confidence, I know that I
3. 3 and have no confidence in the flesh
2 Th. 3. 4 we have confidence in the Lord touching
Phm. 21 Having confidence in thy obedience I
CONFIDENCE, to put
To be confident, have trust, rro3 batach.
Judg. 9. 26 the men of Shechem put their confidence
Psa.n8.8, 9 (It is)better..thantpputconfidencein
Mic. 7. 5 put ye not confidence in a guide
CONFIDENT
1. To have good courage, dappfca tharrheo.
2 Co. 5. 6 (we are) always confident, knowing that
2. What stands under one, substratum, viebaraais.
2. Co. 9. 4 ashamed in this same confident boasting
CONFIDENT, to be
1. To be confident, have trust, nna batach.
Psa. 27. 3 against me, in this (will) I (be) confident
Prov 14. 16 but the fool rageth, and is confident
2.7*0 have good courage, Oapptca tharrheo.
2 Co. 5. 8 We are confident, (I say), and willing
3. To persuade, ireiBw ptiiho.
Rom. 2. 19 And art confident that thou thyself art
Phil. i. 6 Being confident of this very thing, that
CONFIDENT, to wax
To persuade, ireiQca peitho.
Phil. i. 14 many of the brethren . .waxing confident
CONFIRM, to
1.7*0 harden, j SN amats, 3.
lsa. 3S . 3 Strengthen . . and confirm the feeble knees
2.7*0 strengthen, 152 gabar, 5.
Dan. 9. 27 he shall confirm the covenant with many
3. 7*o keep hold on, pin chazaq, 5.
2 Ki. 15. 19 his hand might be with him to confirm
Dan. ii. i I, stood to confirm and to strengthen him
4.7*0 establish, make ready, pa kun, Sa.
2 Sa. 7. 24 thou hast confirmed to thyself thy people
Psa. 68. 9 whereby thou didst confirm thine inner.
5.7*0 establish, pa kun, 5.
i Ch. 14. 2 that the LORD had comfirmed him king
6.7*0 fill vp or out, vho male, 3.
i Ki. i. 14 I also will come in. .and confirm thy
l.To cause to stand, set up, settle, toy amad, 5.
i Ch. 1 6. 17 hath confirmed the same to Jacob for a
Psa. 105. io confirmed the same unto Jacob for a law
8.7*0 establish, confirm, Q p gum, 3.
Ruth 4! 7 concerning changing, for to confirm all
Esth. q. 29 to confirm this second letter of Porim
9. 31 To confirm these days of Purim in their
9. 32 the decree of Esther confirmed these
Eze. 13. 6 to hope that they would confirm the word
9.7*0 establish, confirm, C?p qum, 5.
Num3o. 14 he conflrmeth them, because he held his
Deut 27. 26 Cursed (be) he that confirmeth not (all)
Isa. 44. 26 That confirmeth the word of his servant
Dan. 9. 12 he hath confirmed his words, which he.
10. To make firm, strong or sure, ftefiaiota bebaioo.
Marki6. 20 [confirming the word with signs follow.]
Rom 15. 8 to confirm the promises (made) unto the
CONFIRM 197 CONGREGATION
1 Co. i. 6 aa the testimony of Christ was confirmed
i. 8 Who shall also confirm you unto the end
Heb. 2. 3 was confirmed unto us by them that
11. To confirm, fully, iirtffriipifa episterizo.
Acts 14. 22 Confirming the sou Is of the disciples, (and)
15. 32 exhorted the brethren, .and confirmed
15. 41 he went through Syria, .confirming the
12.ro gi ve power or validity, Kvp6<a
kuroo.
2 Co > 8 that ye would confirm (your) love toward
Gal. 3. 15 (if it be) confirmed, no man disannulled
13. To be or act as a mediator, /xe<riTeuo>
mesiteuO.
Heb. 6. 17 Wherein God . . confirmed (it) by an oath
CONFIRM before, to
To (jivepower or validity before, irpoKvpdca prokurofi.
Gal. 3. 17 that was confirmed before of God in Christ
CONFIRMATION
Steadfast orfirm establishment, fiepaiwffis bebaiosis.
Phil. i. 7 in the defence and confirmation of the
Heb. 6 16 an oath for confirmation (is) to them an
CONFIRMED, tu be
To be strong, held fast, pin chazaq.
2 Ki 14. 5 as soon as the kingdom was confirmed in
CONFISCATION
Fine., oppression, viy. anash.
Ezra 7 26 to banishment, or to confiscation of goods
CONFLICT
Contest, struggle, ayuiv agon.
Phil. i. 30 Having the same conflict which ye saw
Col. 2. i I would that ye knew what great conflict
CONFORMABLE unto, to make -
To make of the sameform, avlu./j.op<p6<a summorphoo.
Phil. 3. 10 being made conformable unto his death
CONFORMED to
Having the same form, ffv/j./j.op<pos summorphos.
Rom. 8. 29 did predestinate (to be) conformed to the
CONFORMED, to be
Tofashionin same way, (ruo-xuuaTJ Cc> suschematizo.
Rom 12. 2 be not conformed to this world ; but be
CONFOUND, to
1. To mix, mingle, ^ balal.
Gen ii. 7 let us go down, and there confound their
11. 9 the LORD did there confound the langu.
2. To bring or put down, nrin chathat.h, 5.
Jer. i 17 be not dismayed, .lest I confound thee
3. To put to shame utterly, Ka.Ta.L<Tx^ va> kataischuno.
i Co. i. 27 foolish things of the world to confound
i. 27 the weak things of the world to confou.
1 Pe. 2. 6 he that believeth. .shall not be confoun.
4. To confuse, pour out together, ffvyx^vu suffehutnG.
Acts 2. 6 the multitude came .and were confoun.
9. 22 confounded the Jews which dwelt at D.
CONFOUNDED, to be
I. To be ashamed, become pale, e:i2 bosh.
2 Ki. 19. 26 they were dismayed and confounded
Job 6. 20 They were confounded because they had
Psa. 22. 5 trusted in thee, and were not confounded
35. 4 Let them be confounded and put to shame
71. 13 Let them be confounded (and) consumed
71. 24 they are confounded, for they are brought
83. 17 Let them be confounded and troubled for
97. 7 Confounded be all they that serve graven
129. 5 Let them all be confounded and turned
Isa. 19. 9 that weave net works, shall be confoun.
37. 27 they were dismayed and confounded
Jer. 9. 19 we are greatly confounded, because we
17. 18 Let them be confounded that persecute
17 18 let not me be confounded ; let them be
49. 23 Hamath is confounded, and Arpad ; for
50. 12 \ our mother shall be sore confounded
51. 47 her whole land shall be confounded, and
51. 51 We are confounded, because we have
ze. 16. 52 be thou confounded also, and bear thy
16. 63 thou mayest remember, and be confoun.
Mic. 7. 16 The nations shall see, and be confound.
2. To be ashamed, become red, 12.1 chapher.
Psa. 35 4 Let them be confounded and put to
40. 14 Let them be ashamed and confounded
70. 2 Let them be ashamed and confounded
Isa. i. 29 ye shall be confounded for the gardens
24. 23 the moon shall be confounded, and the
Jer. 15. 9 she hath been ashamed and confounded
Mic. 3. 7 and the diviners confounded ; yea, they
3. To be ashamed, dri"d up, e;
a; yabash, 5.
Jer. 10. 14 every founder is confounded by the grav.
46. 24 The daughter of Egypt shall be confoun.
48. i Kiriathaim is confounded (and) taken
48. i Misgab is confounded and dismayed
48. 20 Moab is confounded ; for it is broken
50. 2 Bel is confounded, Merodach is broken
50. 2 her idols are confounded, her images are
51.17 every founder is confounded by the gra.
Zech.io. 5 the riders on horses shall be confounded
4. TV) be put to sham, blush, ^ kalam, 2.
Psa. 69. 6 let not those that seek thee be confoun.
Isa. 41. ii all they, .shall be ashamed and confoun.
45. 1 6 They shall be ashamed, and also confou.
45. 17 ye shall not be ashamed nor confounded
50. 7 therefore shall I not be confounded
54. 4 not be ashamed : neither be thou confo.
Jer. 22. 22 then shall thou be ashamed and confou.
31. 19 I was ashamed, yea, even confounded
Eze. 16. 54 and mayest be confounded m all that
36. 32 be ashamed and confounded for your
5. To be made or caused to blush, D^ kalam, 6.
Jer. 14. 3 they were ashamed and confounded, and
CONFUSE, to
To pour out together, confuse, ffvyx\>vw svychuno.
Acts 19. 32 for the assembly was confused ; and the
CONFUSED noise
Shaking, trembling, VJ~> raash.
Isa. 9. 5 For every battle . . (is) with confused noise
CONFUSION ;
I. Shame, paleness, ni?2 bosheth.
i Sa. 20. 30 thou hast chosen . . to thine own confusion
20. 30 and unto the confusion of thy mother s
Ezra 9. 7 to a spoil, and to confusion of face, as (it
Psa. 109. 29 cover themselves with their own confus.
Jer. 7. 19 not (provoke) themselves to the confusion
Dan. 9. 7 unto us confusion of faces, as at this day
9. 8 Lord, to us (belongeth) confusion of
2. Shame, blushing, nap? kelimmah.
Psa. 44. 15 My confusion (is) continually before me
Isa. 30. 3 trust in the shadow.. (your) confusion
45. 16 they shall go to confusion together (that)
61. 7 (for) confusion they shall rejoice in their
Jer. 3. 25 We lie down in our shame, and our conf.
20. 1 1 (their) everlasting confusion shall never
3. Lightness, contempt, j"i7JJ qalon.
Job 10. 15 (I am) full of confusion ; therefore see
^.Confusion, ^ tebel.
Lev. 1 8. 23 neither . . stand before a beast . . it (is) conf.
20. 12 they have wrought confusion; their blood
5. Emptiness, wasteness, inn tohu.
Isa. 24. 10 The city of confusion is broken down
34. ii stretch out upon it the line of confusion
41. 29 their molten images (are) wind and conf.
6. Instability, aKaraa-raffia akatastasia.
i 00.14. 33 God is not (the author) of confusion, but
Jas. 3. 16 there (is) confusion and every evil work
7. Confusion, a pouring out together, crvyxvffts.
Acts 19. 29 the whole" city was filled with confusion
CONFUSION, to be brought to
To be ashamed, become red, ~i?n chapher.
Psa. 35. 4, 26 Let them be. .brought to confusion
CONFUSION, to be put to
1. To be ashamed, pale, syia bosh.
Psa. 71. i let me never be put to confusion
I.To be made to blush, cSa kalam, 2.
Psa. 70. 2 Let them be. .put to confusion, that des.
CONGEALED, to be
To be congealed, hardened. HER qapha.
Exod;s. 8 the depths were congealed in the heart
CONGRATULATE, to
To declare blessed, ~-i3 barak, 3.
i Ch.iS. 10 enquire of his welfare, and to congratu.
CONGREGATION
I. One dumb or bound, D"TX elern.
Psa. 58. i Do ye. .speak righteousness, congrega.
2. Tribe, rvn chaiyah.
Psa. 68. TO Thy congregation hath dwelt therein
74. 19 forget not the congregation of thy poor
Z.A meeting place ; the meeting itself, ij?io moed.
Exod27. 21 the tabernacle of the congregation
So in 28. 43 ; 29. 4, 10, n, 30, 32, 42, 44 ; 30. 16, 18, 20,
26, 36 ; 31. 7 ; 33. 7, 7 ; 35- 2* ! 38 - 8. 3 ; 39- 32> 4 , 40.
12 ; Lev. i. i, 3, 5 ; 3. 2, 8, 13 ; 4. 4, 5. 7. 7> M. *6, 18, 18 ;
6. 16, 26, 30 ; 8. 3, 4, 31, 33, 35 > 9- 5. 23 ; 10. 7, 9 ; 12. 6 ;
14. ii, 23 ; 15. 14, 29 ; 16. 7, 16, 17 ; 17. 4, 5, 6, 9 ; 19. 21 ;
24. 3 ; Num. i. i; 2. 2, 17 ; 3. 7, 8, 25, 25, 38 ; 4. 3, 4, 15,
23, 25, 25, 28, 30, 31, 33, 35, 37. 39. 4*. 43. 47 , 6. 10, 13,
18 ; 7. 5, 89 ; 8. 9, 15, 19, 22, 24, 26 ; 10. 3 ; n. 16 ; 12. 4 ;
16. 18, 19, 42, 43, 50; 17. 4; 18. 4, 6, 21, 22, 23, 31 ; 19. 4;
20. 6 ; 25. 6 ; 27. 2 ; 31. 5 ; Deut. 31. 14, 14 ; Josh. 18. i ;
19. 51 ; i Sa. 2. 22 ; i Ki. 8. 4 ; i Ch. 6. 32 ; 9. 21 ; 23. 32 ;
2 Ch. i. 3, 6, 13 ; 5. 5.
Exod4o. 2 the tent of the congregation
[So in verses 15, 7, 22, 24, 26, 29, 30, 32, 34, 36.]
Numi4. 10 the congregation bade stone them with
16. 2 famous in the congregation, men of reu.
Psa. 74. 4 roar in the midst of thy congregations
75. 2 When I shall receive the congregation I
Isa. 14. 13 also upon the mount of the congregation
4.A n appointed meeting, .TJJJ edah.
Exodi2. 3 Speak ye unto all the congregation of Is.
12. 6 the whole assembly of the congregation
12. 19 shall be cut off from the congregation
12. 47 the congregation of Israel shall keep it
16. i the congregation of the children of Israel
16. 2 the whole congregation of the children
16. 9 Say unto all the congregation of the chil.
16. 10 Aaron spake unto the whole congregation
1 6. 22 the rulers of the congregation came and
17. i all the congregation of the children of I.
34. -}i the rulers of the congregation returned
35. i gathered all the congregation of the chil.
35. 4, 20 the congregation of the children of I.
38. 25 that were numbered of the congregation
Lev. 4. 13 if the whole congregation of Israel sin
4. 15 the elders of the congregation shall lay
8. 3 gather thou all the congregation together
8. 5 Moses said unto the congregation, This
9. 5 all the congregation drew near and-stood
10. 17 to bear the iniuuity of the congregation
16. 5 he shall take of the congregation of the
19. 2 Speak unto all the congregation of the
24. 14 and let all the congregation stone him
24. 16 the congregation shall certainly stone him
Num. i. 2 Take ye the sum of all the congregation
i. 16 These (were) the renowned of the congre.
i. 1 8 they assembled all the congregation t<>g.
i. 53 there be no wrath upon the congregation
3. 7 and the charge of the whole congregation
4. 34 the chief of the congregation numbered
8. 20 the congregation of the children of Israel
13. 26 the congregation of the childrenof Israel
14. i the congregation lifted up their voice
14. 2 and the whole congregation oaid unto
14. 5 all the assembly of the congregation
14. 10 all the congregation bade stone them
14. 27 (shall I bear with) this evil congregation
14. 35 do it unto all this evil congregation
14. 36 made all the congregation to murmur
15. 24 without the knowledge of the congrega.
15. 24 the congregation shall offer one young
15. 25 an atonement for all the congregation
15. 26 it shall be forgiven all the congregation
15. 33 brought him. .unto all the congregation
15. 35 the congregation shall stone him with
15. 36 the congregation brought him without
1 6. 3 all the congregation (are) holy, every one
1 6. 9 hath separated you from the congregation
1 6. 9 to stand before the congregation to min.
16. 19 Korah gathered all the congregation
16. 21 Separate, .from among this congregation
16. 22 wilt thou be wroth with, .the congrega.?
16. 24 Speak unto the congregation, saying, Get
16. 26 he spake unto the congregation, saying
16. 41 the congregation of the children of Israel
1 6. 42 when the congregation was gathered
16. 45 Get you up from among this congregation
16. 46 go quickly unto the congregation, and
19. 9 it shall be kept for the congregation of
20. i Then came . . the whole congregation, into
20. 2 there was no water for the congregation
20. 8 thou shalt give the congregation and
20. ii the congregation drank, and their beasts
20. 22 the whole congregation, journeyed from
20. 27 went up. .in the sight of all the congrega.
20. 29 all the congregation saw that Aaron was
25. 6 in the sight of all the congregation of the
25. 7 rose up from among the congregation
26. 2 Take the sum of all the congregation of
26. 9 (which were) famous in the congregation
27. 2 before the princes and all the congrega.
27. 14 rebelled . .in the strife of the congregation
27. 16 the LORD, .set a man over the congrega.
27. 17 that the congregation of the LORD be not
27. 19 And he set him. .before all the congrega.
27. 20 all the congregation of the children, .may
27. 21 Israel with him, even all the congrega.
27. 22 and set him. .before all the congregation
31.12 unto the congregation of the children of
31. 13 all the princes of the congregation, went
31. 16 there was a plague among the congrega.
31. 26 and the chief fathers of the congregation
31. 27 between them. .and. .all the congregation
31. 43 half (that pertained unto) the congrega.
32. 2 unto the princes of the congregation
32. 4 the LORD smote before the congregation
35 . 12 until he stand before the congregation
35. 24 the congregation shall judge between the
35. 25 the congregation shall deliver the slayer
35. 25 the congregation shall restore him to the
Josh. 9. 13 the princes of the congregation sware
9. 18 the princes of the congregation had
9. 18 the congregation murmured against the
9. 19 princes said unto all the congregation
9. 21 drawers of water unto all the congrega.
9. 27 and drawers of water for the congrega.
18. i the whole congregation, .assembled toge.
20. 6 until he stand before the congregation for
20. 9 until he stood before the congregation
22. 12 the whole congregation, .gathered them.
22. 16 Thus saith the whole congregation of the
22. 17 there was a plague in the congregation
22. 18 will be wroth with the whole congrega.
22. 20 wrath fell on all the congregation of Isr.
22 30 the princes of the congregation, and heads
Judg.2o. i the congregation was gathered together
21. 10 the congregation sent thither twelve tho
"i 13 the whole congregation sent (some) to
21 1 6 Then the elders of the congregation said
1 Ki. 8. 5 king Solomon, and all the congregation
i-.. 20 sent and called him unto the congrega.
2 Ch. 5. 6 king Solomon, and all the congregation
Job 15. 34 the congregation of hypocrites (shall be)
Psa. i. 5 nor sinners in the congregation of the
7. 7 So shall the congregation . .compass thee
74. 2 Remember thy congregation, (which)
82. i God standeth in the congregation of the
in. i in the assembly . .and (in) the congrega.
Jer. 6. 18 hear, ye nations, and know, O congrega.
30. 20 their congregation shall be established
Hos. 7. 12 will chastise^them, as their congregation
5.A n assembly called together, *?n\) qahal.
Lev. 4. 14 then the congregation shall offer a young
4. 21 it (is) a sin offering for the congregation
16. 17 and for all the congregation of Israel
CONGREGATIONS 198 CONSIDER
Lev. 16. 33 for all the people of the congregation
Num 10. 7 when the congregation is to be gathered
15. 15 One ordinance (shall be)., for., the congre.
16. 3 yourselves above the congregation of the
:6. 33 they perished from among the congrega.
1 6. 47 ran into the midst of the congregation
19. 20 shall be cut off from . . the congregation
20. 4 why have ye brought up the congregation
20. 10 Moses and Aaron gathered the congrega.
20. 12 ye shall not bring this congregation into
Deut.23. i, 2, 2, 3, 3, 8 not enter into the congrega.
31. 30 spake in the ears of all the congregation
Josh. 8. 35 Joshua read not before all the congrega.
Judg.2i. 5 that came not up with the congregation
i Ki. 8. 14 blessed all the congregation of Israel
8. 14 and all the congregation of Israel stood
8. 22 in the presence of all the congregation
8. 55 he stood, and blessed all the congregation
8. 65 all Israel with him, a great congregation
12. 3 Jeroboam and all the congregation of Is.
1 Ch. 13. a David said unto all the congregation of
13. 4 all the congregation said that they would
28. 8 the sight of all Israel the congregation
29. i the king said unto all the congregation
29. 10 blessed the LORD before all the congrega.
29. 20 And David said to all the congregation
29. 20 the congregation blessed the LORD God
2 Ch. i. 3 So Solomon, and all the congregation
i. 5 Solomon and the congregation sought
6. 3 blessed the whole congregation of Israel
6. 3 and all the congregation of Israel stood
6. 12 in the presence of all the congregation
6. 13 kneeled down, .before
1
all the congrega.
7. 8 Israel with him, a very great congrega.
20. 5 Jehoshaphat stood in the congregation of
20. 14 Spirit of the LORD in the. .congregation
23. 3 all the congregation made a covenant
24. 6 servant of. .the congregation of Israel
28. 14 before the princes and all the congrega.
29. 23 before the king and the congregation
29. 28 all the congregation worshipped, and the
29. 31 the congregation brought in sacrifices
29. 32 offerings, which the congregation brought
30. 2 all the congregation in Jerusalem, to keep
30. 4 the thing pleased, .all the congregation
30. 13 there assembled, .a very great congrega.
30. 17 For (there were) many in the congregation
30. 24 Hezekiah. .did give to the congregation
30. 24 the princes gave to the congregation
30. 25 all the congregation of Judah, with the
30. 2=, all the congregation that came out of Is.
31. 18 their daughters, through all the congre.
Ezra 2. 64 The whole congregation together (was)
10. i assembled unto him . . a very great congre.
10. 8 and himself separated from the congre.
10 12 all the congregation answered and said
10 14 Let now our rulers of all the congregation
yeh. 5. 13 all the congregation said, Amen, and
7. 66 The whole congregation together (was)
8. 2 Ezra, .brought the law before the congre.
8. 17 And all the congregation, .made booths
13. i Moabite should not come into the congre.
Job 30. 28 I stood up, (and) I cried in the congrega.
Psa. 22. 22 in the midst of the congregation will I
22. 25 My praise, .of thee in the great congrega.
26. 5 I have hated the congregation of evil
35. 18 I will give thee thanks in the great con.
40. 9 preached righteousness in the great con.
40. 10 thy truth from the great congregation
89. 5 thy faithfulness also in the congregation
107. 32 Let them exalt him also in the congrega.
149. i his praise in the congregation of saints
Prov. 5. 14 in all evil in the midst of the congregu
21. 16 shall remain in the congregation of the
26. 26 shall be showed before the (whole) con.
Lam. i. 10 they should not enter into thy congrega.
Joel 2. 16 Gather the people, sanctify the congrega.
Mic. 2. 5 cast a cord by lot in the congregation
6. An assembly called together, njnjs qehillah.
Deut 33. 4 the inheritance of the congregation of J.
7. An assembly led together, ffvvaycoyf] sunagdge.
Acts 13 43 when the congregation was broken up
CONGREGATIONS
1. Assemblies called together, rri ynpij maqheloth.
Psa. 68. 26 Bless ye God in the congregations, (even)
^.-Assemblies called together, D Snps maqhelim.
Psa. 26. 12 in the congregations will I bless the LORD
OON -IAH, ?rvj| Jah is creating.
A name given to Jehoiachin, king of Judah, who was
carried captive by Nebuchadnezzar. B.C. 599.
Jer. 22 24 C. the son of Jehoiakim king of Judah
22. 28 (Is) this man C. a despised broken idol .
37. i Josiah reigned instead of C. the son of J.
CO-NON -IAH, *.i;w9 Jah is creating.
A Levite overseer in the days of Hezekiah, B.C. 726.
2 Ch. 31. 12 over which C. the Levite (was) ruler, and
31. 13 Mahath. .Benaiah. .under the hand of C.
CONQUER, to
To have the victory, vtKdia nikaS.
Rev. 6. 2 he went forth conquering, and to conquer
CONQUEROR, to be more than
To have more than inctor;/, virtpviKata hupernikao.
Rom. 8. 37 In all these, .wo aremore than conquerors
CONSCIENCE -
A knowing with oneself, trweiSiiffis suneidesis.
John 8. 9 being convicted by (their own) conscience
Acts 23. i I have lived in all good conscience before
24. 16 have always a conscience void of offence
Rom. 2. 15 their conscience also bearing witness, and
g. i my conscience also bearing me witness in
13. 5 not only for wrath, but also for conscience
1 Co. 8. 7 for some with conscience of the idol unto
8. 7 their conscience being weak is defiled
8. 10 shall not the conscience of him .which is
8. 12 when ye. .wound their weak conscience
10. 25, 27 asking no question for conscience sake
10. 28 not for his sake, .and for conscience sake
10. 29 Conscience, I say, not thine.-another cons
2 Co. 1. 12 is this, the testimony of our conscience
4. 2 conunendingourselves to every . . consci.
5. ii alsoaremademanifestiuyourconscienees
1 Ti. i. 5 a good conscience, and (of) faith unfeig.
i. 19 Holding faith, and a good conscience
3. 9 mystery of the faith in a pure conscience
4. 2 having their conscience seared with a hot
2 Ti. i. 3 God, whom I serve, .with pure conscience
Titus i. 15 even their mind and conscience is defiled
Heb. 9. 9 perfect, as pertaining to the conscience
9. 14 purge your conscience from dead works
10. 2 should have had no more conscience of
10. 2? hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience
13. 18 we trust we have a good conscience,in all
i Pe. 2. 19 if a man for conscience toward God endure
3. 16 Having a good conscience ; that, whereas
3. 21 the answer of a good conscience toward
CONSECRATE, to
I. To devote, c~yj charam, 5.
Mic. 4. 13 I will consecrate their gain unto the LORD
2.7*0 separate, i]J nazar, 5.
Xum. 6. 12 he shall consecrate unto the LORD the days
3. To set apart, enjj qadesh, 3.
Exod28. 3 make Aaron s garments to consecrate him
30. 30 anoint Aaron and his sons, and consecrate
4.7 fill the hand, T ybz male (3) yad (1 in
Exod. 32. 29).
Exod28. 41 shalt anoint them, and consecrate them
29. 9 thou shalt consecrate Aaron and his sons
29. 29 to be anointed therein, and to be cousec.
29. 33 made to consecrate (and) to sanctify them
29. 35 seven days shalt thou consecrate them
Lev. 32. 29 Consecrate yourselves to-day to the LORD
8. 33 for seven days shall he consecrate you
16. 32 whom he shall consecrate to minister in
21. 10 and that is consecrated to put on the
Xum. 3. 3 whom he consecrated to minister in the
Judgi7. 5 consecrated one of his sons, who became
17. 12 And Micah consecrated the Levite ; and
i Ki. 13. 33 whosoever would, he consecrated him
1 Ch. 29. 5 who (then) is willing to consecrate his
2 Ch. 13. 9 whosoever cometh to consecrate himself
29. 31 ye have consecrated yourselves unto the
Eze. 43. 26 and they shall consecrate themselves
5.7*o dedicate, make neiv, eyicaivifa ejjkainizo.
Heb. 10. 20 and living way, which he hath consecrated
6. To make perfect, TeA.etoo> teleioo.
Heb. 7. 28 the Son, who is consecrated for evermore
CONSECRATED things
Thing set apart, cn p qodesh.
Josh. 6. 19 vessels of . .iron,(are) consecrated things
2 Ch. 29. 33 the consecrated things (were) six hundred
CONSECRATED, to be
To be set apart,.vh\) qadesh, 4.
2 Ch. 26. 18 that are consecrated to burn incense
31. 6 of holy things which were consecrated
Ezra 3 . 5 feasts of the LORD that were consecrated
CONSECRATION
\.FiUings in or up, C xVp mittuim.
Exod2g. 22 lor it (is) a ram of consecration
29. 26 breast of the ram of Aaron s consecration
29. 27 heaved up, of the ram of the consecration
29. 31 shalt take the ram of the consecration
29. 34 if ought of the flesh of the consecrations
Lev. 7. 37 trespass offering, and of the consecrations
8. 22 brought the other ram, the ram of conse.
8. 28 they (were) consecrations fpr a sweet sav.
8. 29 of the ram of consecration it was Moses
8. 31 that (is) in the basket of consecrations
8. 33 until the days of your consecration be at
2. Separation, ijj nezer.
Xum. 6. 7 the consecration of his God (is) upon his
6. 9 hath defiled the head of his consecration
CONSENT
I. Heart, ^ leh. .
Psa. 83. 5 have consulted together with one consent
2.A man, trx ink.
i Sa. ii. 7 and they came out with one consent
3. Shoulder, C2y sheJcem.
Hos. 6. 9 priests murder in the way by consent
Zeph. 3. 9 to serve him with one consent
CONSENT, with
From united voice, K (rv/j.tydi ov ek sumphonou.
i Co. 7. 5 except (it be) with consent for a time
CONSENT, to
1 To be willing, n^x abali.
Deut 13. 8 Thou shalt not consent unto him, nor
1 Ki. 20. 8 Hearken not (unto him), nor consent
Prov. i. 10 My son, if sinners entice thee, consent
2. To be inclined to, rvm oth, 2.
Gen. 34. 15 But in tliis will we consent unto you
34. 22 herein will the men consent unto us for
34. 23 let us consent unto them, and they will
2 Ki. 12. 8 the priests consented to receive no (more)
3.7*9 hearken, ysy shama.
Dan. i. 14 he consented to then) in this matter, and
4. To nod over (a thing), assent, firivtvca tjrineu1).
Acts 18. 20 When they desired, .he consented not
CONSENT to, to
1.7*0 come toward, irpcxr pxoJua proserchomai.
i Ti. 6. 3 If any man. .consent not to wholesome
2. To put down (a vote) with, a-vyKaTaridrjfti.
Luke 23. 51 The same had not consented to the cou.
CONSENT unto, to
1. To say with, ffv^rint sumphemi.
Rom. 7. 16 I consent unto the law that (it is) good
-.To think well (of) with, (rvvevSoKtca suneudokeo.
Acts 8. i And Saul was consenting unto his death
22. 20 I . .was standing by, and consenting uiito
CONSENT with, to
To be pleased ivith, nyj ratsah.
Psa. 50. 18 thou consentedst with him, and hast
CONSIDER, to
I. To say, ~ct} arnar.
Hos. 7. 3 they consider not in their hearts (that)
2. To consider, understand, ] 3 bin.
Deut 32. 7 consider the yoars of many generations
32. 29 (that) they WOUK consider their latter
Psa. 5. i O LORD ; consider my meditation
50. 22 consider this, ye thet forget God, lest I
Prov 23. i consider diligently what (is) before thee
24. 12 doth not he that pondereth . .consider (it)
3.7*0 (cause to) consider, distinguish, J
a bin, 5.
Psa. 33. 15 He fashioneth their hearts, .he consid.
Isa. 57. i none considering that the righteous is
Dan. 8. 5 as I was considering, behold, an he goat
9. 23 understand the matter, and consider the
4.7*0 consider (for oneself), distinguish, j 2 bin, la.
1 Ki. 3. 21 when I had considered it in the morning
Job ii. ii will he not then consider (it)?
23. 15 when I consider, I am afraid of him
37. 14 and consider the wondrous works of God
Psa. 1 19. 95 (but) I will consider thy testimonies
Isa. i. 3 doth not know, my people doth not con.
14. 16 They that see thee shall, .consider thee
43. 18 Remember ye not. .neither consider the
52. 15 they had not heard shall they consider
Jer. 2. 10 send unto Kedar, and consider diligently
9. 17 Consider ye, and call for the mourning
23. 20 in the latter days ye shall consider it
30. 24 in the latter days ye shall consider it
5. To devise, design, purpose, DCJ zamam.
Prov.3i. 16 She conaidereth a field, and buyeth it
6. To think, devise, reckon, 2?;n chashab, 3.
Psa. 77. 5 I have considered the days of old, the
7. 7*o know, jn; yada.
Deut. 8. 5 Thou shalt also consider in thine heart
Judg.iS. 14. now therefore consider what ye have to
2 Ki. 5. 7 wherefore consider, I pray you, and see
Prov.28. 22 considereth not that poverty shall come
29. 7 The righteous considereth the cause of
Eccl. 5. i for they consider not that they do evil
8.7*0 look, regard, cjj nabat, 5.
Psa. 13. 3 Consider (and) hear me, O LORD my God
Isa. 1 8. 4 I will consider in my dwelling place like
Lam. i. ii see, O LOKD, and consider ; for I am bee.
2. 20 Behold, O LORD, and consider to whom
5. i O LORD, .consider, and behold our repr.
9. 7*o give to, ^ ;n; nathan >:l.
Eccl. 9. i all this I considered in my heart, even
10.7*0 cut up and divide, consider, j3 pasag, 3.
Psa. 48. 13 Mark ye well her bulwarks, consider her
11.7*0 see, behold, HKT raah.
Exod33. 3 consider that this nation (is) thy people
Lev. 13. 13 the priest shall consider : and, behold
i Sa. 12. 24 consider how great (things) he hath done
25. 17 know and consider what thou wilt do
Psa. 8. 3 When I consider thy heavens, the work
9. 13 consider my trouble (which I suffer) of
25.19 Consider mine enemies, for they are many
31. 7 thou hast considered my trouble; thou
45. 10 Hearken, O daughter, and consider, and
119. 153 Consider mine affliction, and deliver me
119. 159 Consider how I love thy precepts
Prov. 6. 6 Go. .consider her ways, and be wise
Eccl. 4. i considered all the oppressions ths.t are
4. 4 I considered all travail, and every right
4. 15 I considered all the living which walk
7. 13 Consider the work of God: for who can
7. 14 but in the day of adversity consider
Isa. 5. 12 neither consider the operation of his
Jer. 33. 24 Considerest thou not what this people
CONSIDER 199 CONSUME
Eze. 12. 3 they will consider, though they (be) a
18. 14 seeth all his father s sins, .and consider.
18. 28 Because he considereth, and turneth away
12. To place, put, set, mv sum [also with leb or lebab],
Judgig. 30 consider of it, take advice, and speak
Job i. 8 Hast thou considered my servant Job
2. 3 Hast thou considered my servant Job
Isa. 41. 20 That they may see, and know, and consi.
41. 22 we may consider them, and kuow the
Hag. i. 5 , 7 thus saith the LORD.. Consider your
2. 15 I pray you, consider from this day and
2. 18 Consider now from this day and upward
2. 1 8 day that the foundation .. was laid, con.
13.7*0 consider or act wisely, *?3V sakal, b.
Job 34 27 they . .would not consider any of his ways
Psa. 41. i Blessed (is) he that considereth the poor
64 9 they shall wisely consider of his doing
ITov.zi. 12 The righteous (man) wisely considereth
14.ro consider ivisely, 73!? sekal, 2.
Dan. 7. 8 I considered the horns, and, behold, there
15. To set my heart, J? mp shith leb.
Prov 24. 32 I saw, (and) considered (it) well ; I looked
16. To hearken, ysy shama.
1 Ki. 5 81 have considered the things which thou
17. To cause to turn back, 3?s? shub, 5.
Deut 4. 39 consider(it) in thine heart, that the LORD
Isa. 44. 19 none considereth in his heart, neither
18. To view thoroughly, looking up to, avadetapfca.
II eb. 13. 7 considering the end of (their) conversa.
19. To reckon up, a.vaXoyiCou.ai analogizomai.
Heb. 12. 3 consider him that endured stich contra.
20. To reckon thoroughly, Sia\oyiopai dialogizomai.
Johnu 50 consider that it is expedient for us, that
21. To see, eloov eidon.
Acts 15 6 and elders came together for to consider
22.7*0 view, look, Oecapfta theoreo.
Heb 7 4 consider how great this man (was), unto
23. To learn thoroughly, Ka.ra.^.a.vQdvuikatamanthano.
.Matt 6 28 Consider the lilies of the field, how they
24. To perceive thoroughly (with themind), ttaravofta.
Matt 7. 3 but considerest not the beam that is in
Lukei2. 24 Consider the ravens: for they neither sow
12. 27 Consider the lilies, how they grow: they
Acts ii. 61 considered, and saw four footed beasts
Rom. 4. 1 9 he considered not his own body now dead
Heb ^. i consider the Apostle and High Priest of
10. 24 let us consider one another to provoke
25. To perceive (with the mind), vof<a noeo.
2 Ti. 2. 7 Consider what I say; and the Lord give
26. To look, watch, ffxoirfia skopeo.
Gal. 6. i considering thyself, lest thou also be
27. To see or perceive with (self), a-vve^Sov suneidon
Acts 12. 12 when he had considered, .he came to the
28. 7*o send or put together, crvviriiJ.i suniemi.
Mark 6. 52 they considered not (the miracle) of the
CONSIDER, to diligently
To distinguish for oneself, | 3 bin, 7a.
Psa. 37 10 thou shalt diligently consider his place
CONSIST, to
1. To be, (ipi eimi.
Lukei2. 15 a man s life consisteth not in the abuml.
2. To set, put together, ffvvia-rri/j.i sunistemi.
Col. i. 17 all things, and by him all things consist
CONSOLATION
Acatlingalonyside(forhelp),irapd.K\7)<nsparaklesis.
Luke 2. 25 waiting for the consolation ot Israel
6. 24 for ye have received your consolation
Acts 4. 36 surnamed Barnabas . . The son of consola.
15. 31 they rejoiced for the consolation
Rom 15. 5 the God of patience and consolation
2 Co. i
v
. 5 our consolation also aboundeth by Christ
i. 6, 6 (it is) for your consolation and salva.
i. 7 so (shall ye be) also of the consolation
7. 7 the consolation wherewith he was comfo.
Phil. 2. i If (there be) therefore any consolation in
2 Th. 2. 16 hath given (us) everlasting consolation
Phin. 7 we have great joy and consolation in thy
Heb 6 1 8 That., we might have a strong consolation
CONSOLATIONS
1. Comforts, rnDirun tanchumoth.
Job 15. ii (Are) the consolations of God small with
21. 2 H ear . . let this be your consolations
2. Comforts, D ^rijn tanchumim.
Isa. 66. ii with the breasts of her consolations
Jer. 16. 7 give them the cup of consolation to
CONSORT with, to
To take a lot beside, Trpotr/cATjpJoj proskleroo.
Acts 17. 4 some of them believed, and consorted w.
CONSPIRACY
1. Conspiracy, bond, Tf$ qesher.
2 Sa. 15. 12 and the conspiracy was strong; for the
2 Ki. 17. 4 the king of Assyria found conspiracy in
Jer. ii. 9 A conspiracy is found among the men of
Eze. 22 25 a conspiracy of her prophets in the midst
2. A swearing together, <ruv<a/j.o<ria sundmosia.
Acts 23. 13 forty which had made this conspiracy
CONSPIRACY, to make a
l.-ame as No. 2.
2 Ki. 12. 20 his servants arose, ana made a conspir.
2. 7*0 bind a bond, ts
p, itfij qashar qesher.
2 Ki.i4. 19 they made a conspiracy against him iu
15. 15 and his conspiracy which he made
15. 30 Hoshea the son of Elah made a conspir.
2 Ch.25. 27 they made a conspiracy against him iu
CONSPIRATOK
To bind, conspire, Vj} qashar.
2 Sa. 15. 31 Ahithophel (is) among the conspirators
CONSPIRE, to
1.7*0 show self deceitful, conspire, 73j nakal, 7.
Gen. 37. 18 they conspired against him to slay him
2. 7*o bind, conspire together, lyp qashar.
i Sa. 22. 8 all of you have conspired against me
23. 13 Why have ye conspired against me, thou
1 Ki.is. 27 Baassha the son of Ahijah. .conspired
16. 9 his servant Zimri . . conspired against him
16. 16 Zimri hath conspired, and hath also
2 Ki. 10. 9 I conspired against my master, and slew
15. 10 Shallum the son of Jabesh conspired
15. 25 a captain of his, conspired against him
21. 23 the servants of Amon conspired against
21. 24 slew all them that had conspired against
2 Ch.24. 21 they conspired against him, and stoned
33. 24 his servants conspired against him
33. 25 all them that had conspired against king
Neh. 4. 8 conspired all of them together to come
Amos 7. 10 Amos hath conspired against thee in the
3. To conspire together (for self}, igjj} qashar, 7.
2 Ki. 9. 14 So Jehu, .conspired against Joram
2 Ch. 24. 25 his own servants conspired against him
24. 26 these are they that conspired against
CONSTANT, to be
To be strong, take or keep hold of, pjrt chazaq.
1 Ch.28. 7 if he be constant to domycommandments
CONSTANTLY
Pre-eminently, perpetually, n$j netsach.
Prov.2i. ?8 the man that hearethspeaketh constantly
CONSTELLATION
Firm, thick, stout one, Orion, V p? kesil.
Isa. 13. 10 the stars of heaven and the constellations
CONSTRAIN, to
1.7*0 take or keep hold of, pm chazaq, 5.
2 Ki. 4. 8 and she constrained him to eat bread
2. To press, straiten, pix tsuq, 5.
Job 32. 18 the spirit within me constraineth me
3. To necessitate, avayxafa anaykazd.
Matt. 14. 22 Jesus constrained his disciples to get
Mark 6. 45 he constrained his disciples to get into
Acts 28. 19 I was constrained to appeal unto Cesar
Gal. 6. 12 they constrain you to be circumcised
4. To jjress beyond measure, irapafiidfanai parabia.
Luke24. 29 they constrained him, saying, Abide with
Acts 16. 15 she besought (us). .And she constrained
5. 7*o hold together, rrvvf-xu sunecho.
2 Co. 5. 14 the love of Christ constraineth us
CONSTRAINT, by
Of necessity, avayKaffrcas anaflkastds.
i Pe. 5. 2 not by constraint, but willingly ; not for
CONSULT, to
1.7*o give or take counsel, fy; yaats.
Psa. 62. 4 They only consult to cast (him) down
Mic. 6. 5 what Balak king of Moab consulted, and
Hab. 2. 10 Thou hast consulted shame to thy house
2. To be consulted, take counsel, {; yaats, "2.
i Ki. 12. 6 king Rehoboam consulted with old men
12. 8 consulted with the young men that were
1 Ch. 13. i David consulted with the -captains of
2 Ch.2o. 21 when he had consulted with the people
Psa. 83. 5 they have consulted together with one
3.7*0 consult for oneself, jy; yaats, 7.
Psa. 83. 3 They have . . consulted against thy hidden
4.7*0 be counselled, take counsel, \ffD malak, 2.
Neh. 5. 7 I consulted with myself, and I rebuked
5. 7*o ask, inquire, 7M? shaaJ.
Eze. 21. 21 he consulted with images, he looked in
6.To ta ;e counsel, /3ov\vouat bouleuomai.
Luke 14. 31 consulteth whether he be able with ten
Johni2. 10 chief priests consulted that they might
7. To take counsel with, <ru/4l3ov\fv<a sumbouleuo.
Matt.26. 4 consulted that they might take Jesus by
CONSULT together, to
7*o take counsel, ay? yeat, 2.
Dan. 6. 7 the captains, have consulted together to
CONSULTATION
Counsel, ffvfj.&ov\iov sumboulion.
Markis. * the chief priests held a consultation with
CONSULTED
7*o inquire, 7N^ shaal.
Deut 1 8. ii a charmer, or a consulter with familiar
CONSUME, to
1.7*0 eat, devour, 73K akal.
Gen. 31. 40 in the day the drought consumed me
Exodis. 7 thy wrath, (wMyh) consumed chem as
Lev. 6. 10 which the flre hath consumed with the
9. 24 there came a fire . and consumed upon
Nuiii 1 1. i flre. .burnt among them, and consumed
16. 35 a flre .. consumed the two hundred and
21. 28 a flame from the city, .hatn consumed Ar
Deut. 4. 24 the Louy thy God (is) a consuming fire
5. 25 Now therefore., for this great fire will con
7. 16 thou shalt consume all the people which
9. 3 (as) a consuming fire he shall destroy
32. 22 a fire is kindled . . and shall consume the
Judg 6. 21 consumed the flesh and the unleavened
1 Ki. 18. 38 fire of the LORD, .consumed the burnt
2 Ki. i. 10, 12 let flre come down from heaven, and c.
1. 10 there came down fire, .and consumed
1. 12 flre. .came down from heaven and cousu.
2 Ch 7. i flre came down from heaven, and consu.
Job i. 16 The flre. .hath burnt, .and consumed
15. 34 flre shall consume the tabernacles of
22. 20 the remnant of them the flre consumeth
31. 12 it (is) a fire (that) consumeth to destructi.
Psa. 78. 63 The flre consumed their young men ; and
Jer. 49. 27 it shall consume the palaces of Ben-hadad
Kze. 19. 12 her strong rods, .the fire consumed them
2. 7*o eat, devour, ?3N akal, 3.
Job 20. 26 a fire not blown shall consume him
3. 7*o cause to eat, feed, 73x akal, 5.
Eze. 2 1. 28 the sword (is) drawn . . to consume because
4. Food, what is eaten, "tax oklah.
Eze 35. 12 saying, .they are given us to consume
5. 7*o fade, wear away, nSa balah.
Job 13. 28 he, as a rotten thing, consumeth, as a
6. 7*o fade, wear away, n^ balah, 3.
Psa. 49. 14 their beauty shall consume in the grave
7. To take away by violence, 712 gazal.
Job 24. 19 Drought and heat consume the snow
8.7*o trouble, crush, con hamam.
Estli. 9 .24 to consume them, and to destroy them
9.7*0 consume, crop off, 7?n chasal.
Deut. 28. 38 little in ; for the locust shall consume it
10.7*0 inherit, possess, en; yarash, 3.
Deut. 28. 42 All thy trees, .shall the locust consume
11.7*0 be completed, finished, consumed, n)| kalah.
Psa. 37. 20 they shall consume ; into smoke shall
12. To finish, consume, .173 kalah, 3.
Gen. 41. 30 and the famine shall consume the land
Exod32. 10 let me alone, .that I may consume them
32. 12 to consume them from the face of the
33. 3 I will not go up . .lest I consume thee in
33. 5 I will come up . . and consume thee : there.
Lev. 26. 16 the burning ague, that shall consume the
Xumi6. 21, 45 that I may consume them in a mom.
25. ii I consumed not the children of Israel
Deut 7. 22 thou mayest not consume them at once
28. 21 until he have consumed thee from off the
Jos. 24. 20 he will turn . . and consume you . . after that
1 Sa. 2. 33 the man of thine, .(shall be) to consume
2 Sa. 21. 5 The man that consumed us, and that
22. 38 turned not again until I had consumed
22. 39 I have consumed them, and wounded
1 Ki.22. ii push the Syrians, until thou have consu.
2 Ki.i3. 17 thou shalt smite, .till thou have consum.
13. 19 smitten Syria till thou hadst consumed (it)
2 Ch. 8. 8 whom the children of Israel consumed
Ezra 9. 14 angry with us till thou hadst consumed
Psa. 59. 13 Consume (them) in wrath, consume (them)
78. 33 their days did he consume in vanity, and
119 87 They had almost consumed me upon earth
Isa. 10. 18 And shall consume the glory of his fprest
27. 10 there shall he lie down, and consume the
Jer. 5. 3 thou hast consumed them, (but) they have
9. 16 a sword after them, till I have consumed
10. 25 devoured him, and consumed him, and
14. 12 I will consume them by the sword, and
49- 37 sword after them, till I have consumed
Lam. 2. 22 brought up hath mine enemy consumed
Eze. to consume [Heb. Ie -kalah. for destruction.]
20. 13 would pour out my fury .to consume
22. 31 1 have consumed them with the fire of
43. 8 I have consumed them in mine anger
Hos ii 6 the sword, .shall consume his branches
Zee. s- 4 shall consume it with the timber thereof
13.7*0 melt, dissolve, HO mug.
Isa 64. 7 thou hast, .consumed us, because of our
14. 7*0 end, consume, I D suph, 5.
Jer 8 n I will surely consume them, saith the L.
Dan. 2. 44 break in pieces and consume all these
Zeph i 2 I will utterly cousume all (things) from
i. 3 will consume man and beast; I will con.
15.7*0 oid, consume, ncp saphah.
Isa. 7. 20 a razor, .shall also consume the beard
16. 7*o cut of, destroy, re* tsamath, 3.
Psa. 1 19. 139 My zeal hath consumed me ; because
17. 7*o be feeble, -1^ raphah.
Isa. 5. 24 the flame consumeth the chaff, (so) their
18. 7*o cut off, lay waste, vyp shemad, 5.
Dan. 7. 26 to consume and to destroy (it) unto the
CONSUME 200 CONTINUAL
19. To be perject, finished, consumed, 05$ tamam.
Jer. 27. 8 until I have consumed them by his hand
20. To perfect, finish, consume, col? tamam, 5.
Eze 22. 15 will consume thy nlthiuess out of thee
24. 10 kiudle the fire, consume the flesh, and
21.7*0 use up, consume, avoAiV/cco anahsko.
Luke Q 54 and consume them, even as Klias did t
Gal 5 15 take heed that ye be not consumed one of
2 Th. 2. 8 whom the Lord[shall consume] with the
22 To spend, be at charges, oairavdu dapanao.
Jas. 4. 3 that ye may consume (it) :ipon your lusts
23. To use up utterly, consume utterly, Karavahlo-Kca.
Heb. 12 29 For our God (is) a consuming fire
CONSUME away, to
1.7*0 be completed, finished, consumed, nj| kalah.
Psa. 37. 20 into smoke they shall consume away
2. 7*o become completed, wasted away, ppa maqaq, 2.
Eze 4. 17 and consume away for their iniquity
Zech 14. 12 their eyes shall consume away in their
14. 12 their tongue shall consume away in their
3. To waste or consume away, pj35 maqaq, 5.
Zech. 14. 12 Their llesh shall consume away in their
CONSUME away, to make to
To melt, waste, nijs masoh, 5.
Psa. 39 1 1 thou makest his beauty to consume away
CONSUME, to utterly
Make an ending, n"s nyy asnh kalah.
Neh. 9. 31 thou didst not utterly consume them, nor
CONSUMED, be
To be completed, finished, consumed, aj? kalah.
Dan. ii 1 6 which by his hand shall be consumed
CONSUMED, to be
1. To be. eaten, consumed, Srsj akal, 2.
Exod22 6 If., the field, be consumed (therewith): he
Numi2. 12 of whom the flesh is half consumed when
2. To be eaten, consumed, Sax akal, 4.
Exod. 3. 2 and the bush (was) not consumed
Neh. 2. 3 the gates thereof are consumed with fire .
2. 13 the gates thereof were consumed with fire
3. To be extinguished, vanish, ^yj daak, 2.
Job 6. 17 they are consumed out of their place
4. To be completed, finished, consumed, n^a kalah.
Job 4. Q by the breath of his nostrils are they con.
7. 9 (As) the cloud is consumed and vanisheth
10. 27 (though) my reins be consumed within me
Psa. 39. 10 I am consumed by the blow of thine hand
71. 13 Let them be confounded and consumed
90. 7 we are consumed by thine anger, and by
102. 3 my days are consumed like smoke, and
Prov 5. 1 1 when thy flesh and thy body are con.
Isa. i. 28 they that forsake the LORD shall be con.
29 20 the scorner is consumed, and all that
Jer. 16. 4 they shall be consumed by the sword
20. 1 8 that my days should be consumed with
Eze 5 12 with famine shall they be consumed, in
13. 14 ye shall be consumed in the midst there.
Mai. 3. 6 therefore ye sons of Jacob are not con.
5. To be. ended, consumed, P^D suph.
Isa. 66. 1 7 abomination, and the mouse, shall be con.
6. To end, consume, n?g mphah.
Jer 12. 4 the beasts are consumed, and the birds
7.7*0 be ended, consumed, .159 saphah, 2.
Gen. 19. 15 lest thou be consumed in the iniquity of
19 17 escape to the mountain, lest thou be con.
Numi6. 26 lest ye be consumed in all their sins
j Sa. 12. 25 ye shall be consumed, both ye and your
8. To be old, v?j, ashesh.
Psa 6. 7 Mine eye is consumed because of grief
31. 9 mine eye is consumed with grief, (yea)
31. 10 strength faileth. .my bones are consumed
9. To be perfect, finished, consumed D?9 tamam.
> um 17. 13 shall we be consumed with dying?
32. i} until all the generation, .was consumed
Deut. 2. 15 to destroy them, .until they were consu.
2. 16 when all the men of war were consumed
Josh. 5. 6 men of war. .were consumed, because
8. 24 were all fallen . .until they were consumed
10. 20 slaying them . . till they were consumed
2 Ki. 7. 13 multitude of the Israelites that are con.
Psa. 73. 19 they are utterly consumed with terrors
Isa. 16. 4 the oppressors are consumed out of the
Jer. 6. 29 The bellows are burnt, the lead is con.
24. 10 among them, until they be consumed
36. 23 until all the wall was consumed in the
44. 12 they shall all be consumed, (and) fall in
44. 18 have been consumed by the sword and by
44. 27 all the men of Judah. .shall be consumed
Lam. 3. 22 the LORD S mercies that we are not con.
Eze. 24. 1 1 (that) the scum of it may be consumed
47. 12 neither shall the fruit thereof be con.
10. Tobe finished, consumed, COR tamam, 2.
Numi4. 35 in this wilderness they shall be consumed
Psa. 104. 35 Let the sinners be consumed out of the
Jer. 14. 15 By sword, .shall those prophets be con.
44. 12 shall all be consumed, .(even) be con.
CONSUMED
To be gathered, rptt asaph,
Eze. 34. 29 they shall be no more consumed with
CONSUMMATION
Completion, consumption, .175 kalah.
Dan. 9. 27 even until the consummation, aiuRhat
CONSUMPTION
I. Completion, consumption, T>$ kalah.
Isa. 10. 23 the LORD God of hosts shall make a con.
28. 22 from the LORD God of hosts a consumption
2. Completion, consumption, p7? Jdllayon.
Isa. 10. 22 the consumption decreed shall overflow
3. Consumption, wasting away, n$nv shachepheth.
Lev 26. 1 6 I will even appoint over you terror, con.
Deut 28. 22 shall smite thee with a consumption, and
CONTAIN, to
1.7*0 contain, Via kul, 3a.
i Ki. 8. 27 the. .heaven of heavens cannot contain
2 Ch. 2. 6 the . .heaven of heavens cannot contain
6. 1 8 the heaven of heavens cannot contain
2. 7*o contain, Sis kul, 5.
i Ki. 7. 26 with flowers of lilies : it contained two
7. 38 one laver contained forty baths : (and)
Eze. 23. 32 thou shalt be . . had in derision ; it contain.
3. To bear, contain, n^ J nasa.
Eze. 45. 1 1 that the bath may contain the tenth part
4. To have space for, x<aptta
choreo.
John 2. 6 containing two or three firkins apiece
CONTAIN, can
1. To have space for. x<*>pta>
choreo.
John 21. 25 even the world itself could not contain
2. Tohave inwardpower,tyKpa.Tfvo/j.aieykrateuomai.
i Co. 7. 9 if they cannot contain, let them marry
CONTAINED, to be
To hold around, irfpifx& periecho.
i Pe. 2. 6 also it is contained in the Scripture
CONTAINED in, the things
The things, rd ta.
Rom. 2. 14 do by nature the things contained in the
CONTEMN, to
1.7*0 loathe, despise, contemn, tia buz.
Song 8. 7 give all. .it would utterly be contemned
2.7*0 refuse, reject, DXC maas.
Eze. 21. 10 it contemneth the rod of my son, (as)
21. 13 what if (the sword) contemn even the rod?
3. 7*o despise, fK} naats.
Psa. 107. ii contemned the counsel of the Most High
4. To despise, rxj naats, 3.
Psa. 10. 13 Wherefore doth the wicked contemn God ?
CONTEMNED, to be
l.To be loathed, despised, contemned, .115 bazah, 2.
Psa. 15. 4 In whose eyes a vile person is contemned
2.7*0 be lightly esteemed, n^jj qalah, 2.
Isa. 16. 14 and the glory of Moab shall be contemned
CONTEMPT
1.7*0 loathe, despise, contemn, ?ia buz.
Job 12. 21 He poureth contempt upon princes, and
31. 34 or did the contempt of families terrify me
Psa. 107. 40 He poureth contempt upon princes, and
119. 22 Remove from me reproach and contempt
123. 3 we are exceedingly filled with contempt
123. 4 filled . . with the contempt of the proud
Prov 1 8. 3 wicked cometh. .cometh also contempt
2-Loathing, despising, contempt, ] vja biz-zayon.
Esth. i. 18 Thus, .too much contempt and wrath
3. Abhorrence, thrusting away, pK73 deraon.
Dan. 12. 2 some to shame .. everlasting contempt
CONTEMPT, to bring into
7*o make light of, VS? qalal, 5.
Isa. 23. 9 to bring into contempt all the honourable
CONTEMPTIBLE
1. 7*o be loathed, despised, contemned, nia bazah, 2.
Mai. i. 7 The table of the LORD (is) contemptible
1. 12 and the fruit thereof . .(is) contemptible
2. 9 have I also made you contemptible and
2. To make, think nothing of, tov0fvf<a exoutheneo.
2 Co. 10. 10 presence (is) weak, and (his) speech con.
CONTEMPTUOUSLY
In contempt, i>22 ba-bi<:..
Psa. 31. 18 which speak grievous things, .contempt.
CONTEND
7"o contend, strive, : i rib.
Job 31. 13 If I did despise, .when they contended
CONTEND, to
1. 7*o stir up oneself, strive, rnj garah, 7.
Deut. 2. 9 Distress not the Moabites, neither contend
2. 24 begin to possess (it), and contend with
Prov 28. 4 but such as keep the law contend with
2. 7*o judge, enter into judgment, I*
1
} din.
Eccl. 6. 10 neither may he contend with him that
3. 7*o fret oneself, .Tin charah, 5a.
Jer. 12. 5 then how canst thou contend with horses?
4. 7*o contend, strive, 3"! rib.
Neh. 13. ii Then contended I with the rulers, and
13. 17 I contended with the nobles of Judah,and
13. 25 I contended with them, and cursed them
Job 9. 3 If he will contend with him, he cannot
10. 2 show me wherefore thou contendest with
13. 8 accept his person ! will ye contend for
40. 2 Shall he that coiitendeth with the Almig.
Isa. 49. 25 for I will contend with him that
50. 8 who will contend with me? let us stand
57. 16 I will not contend for ever, neither will
Amos 7. 4 the LORD God called to contend by fire
Mic. 6. i Arise, contend thou before the mountains
5. 7*o be taken into judgment, osy shaphat, 2.
Prov 29. 9 (If) a wise man contendeth with a foolish
Q. To judge diversely or differently, tuucpint diakr.
Acts ii. 2 that were of the circumcision contended
Jude 9 Michael, the archangel when contending
CONTEND earnestly for, to
7*o contend about (anything), fira.y<avi^o^<n
> pagO.
Jude 3 ye should earnestly contend for the faith
CONTENDED, that
Debate, contention, rwv? matstsuth.
Isa 41. 12 (even) them that contended with thee
CONTENDETH, that
One that contends or strives, 3 ~v
[rib].
Isa. 49. 25 with him that contendeth with thee
Jer. 18. 19 the voice of them that contend with me
CONTENT, to be
1.7*0 be pleased, desirous, SN; yaal, 5.
Exod. 2. 21 Moses was content to dwell with the man
Jos. 7. 7 would to God we had been content, and
Judg 17. ii the Levite was content to dwell with the
19. 6 Be content, I pray thee, and tarry all
?. Ki. 5. 23 Naaman said, Be content, take two talents
6. 3 Be content, I pray thee, and go with thy
Job 6. 28 therefore be content ; look upon me : for
2. To hearken, ysy shama.
Gen. 37. 27 sell him. .And his brethren were content
3. 7*o ward off, help, suffice, apKfai
arkeo.
Luke 3. 14 and be content with your wages
i Ti. 6. 8 having food and raiment let us be . . cont.
Heb. 13. 5 be content with such things as ye have
3 Jo. 10 prating against us . . and not content there.
4. Self sufficient, avrdpKijs autarkes.
Phil. 4. 1 1 in whatsoever state I am .. to be content
5.7*0 make sufficient, to satisfy, irottia rb lx.a.viv.
Markis. 15 Pilate, willing to content the people
6.7*0 be good in the. eyes of, :? ae; yatab be-ene.
Lev. 10. 20 And when Moses heard (that), he was con.
CONTENTION
1. Strife, contention, pic madon.
Prov.22. 10 Cast out the scorner, and contention
Jer. 15. 10 a man of strife and a man of contention
Hab. i. 3 are (that) raise up strife and contention
2. Debate, rcifs matstsah.
Prov 13. 10 Only by pride cometh contention : but
3. Contention, strife, pleading, cause, 3"? rib.
Prov 17. 14 leave off contention, before it be meddled
18. 6 A fool s lips enter into contention, and
^.Contest, a-ytiv agon.
i Th. 2. 2 to speak uuto you. .with much contention
5. Strife, contention, wrangling, ipiQtia eritheia.
Phil. i. 16 The one preach Christ of contention, not
6. Strife, contention, wangling, tpts eris.
i Co. i. ii that there are contentions among you
Tit. 3. 9 avoid foolish questions., and contentions
7. Paroxysm, sharp dispute, ira.pov<rn6sp<iroxusjnos.
Acts 15. 39 the contention was so sharp between
CONTENTIONS
Prov 1 8. 1 8 The lot causeth contentions to cease, and
18. 19 (their) contentions (are) like the bars of
19. 13 the contentions of a wife (are) a continual
23. 29 who hath sorrow? who hath contentions?
CONTENTIOUS
I.Strife,contenlion,a r v:midi/anim[\~.l:.]riQmadon ].
Prov. 21. 19 than with a contentious and an angry
26. 21 so (is) a contentious man to kindle strife
27. 15 A continual dropping, .and a contentious
2.Loving strife, <j>i\6vtiicos philoneikos.
i Co. n. 16 if any man seem to be contentious, we
CONTENTIOUS, they that are
Those of contention, ol <= epi6tias hoi ex eritheias.
Rom. 2. 8 them that are contentious, and do not
CONTENTMENT
Self sufficiency, avrdpKfia autarkeia.
i Ti. 6. 6 godliness with contentment is great gain
CONTnrUAL
1.7*0 drive away, thrust on, TIE tarad.
Prov. 19. 13 the contentions of a wife (are) a continual
27. 15 A continual dropping, .and a contentious
CONTINUAL, 201 CONTRITE
^.Continual, TCJ? tamid.
Exod29. 42 a continual burnt offering throughout
Num. 4. 7 aud the continual bread shall be thereon
28. 3 two lambs . .(for) a continual burnt offer.
28. t> a continual burnt offering, which was
28. 10, 15, 24 beside the continual burnt offer.
28. 23 which (is) for a continual burut offering
28. 31 Ye shall offer (them) beside the continual
29. 1 1 the continual burnt offering, aud the
20. 16, 19,22, 25 beside the continual burnt offer.
29! 28, 31, 34, 38 beside the continual burut offer.
2 Ki. 25. 30 his allowance (was) a continual allowance
2 Ch. 2. i for the continual showbread, and. .burnt
Ezra 3. 5 afterward (offered) the continual burut
Neh. 10. 33 the showbread, aud for the continual
10. 33 for the continual burnt offering, of the
Prov 15. 15 a merry heart (hath) a continual feast
Jer. 52. 34 there was a continual diet given him of
Eze. 46. 15 the oil, every morning, (for) a continual
3. Uninterniitting, not left (it all, a.Sid\enrros adia.
Rom. 9. 2 I have great heaviness and continual
4.7*0 the end, ij reAos eis telos.
Luke 1 8. 5 lest by her continual coming she weary
5. Without turninj aside, .TJJ ~^~t bilti sarah.
Isa 14. 6 He who smote, .with a continual stroke
CONTINUAL employment
Continual, continuity, TOJ-I tamid.
Eze. 39. 14 sever out men of continual employment
CONTINUALLY
1. With continuance, x-pri? bi-tedira.
Dan. 6. 16 Thy God, whom thon servest continually
6. 20 is thy God, whom thou servest continu.
^.Continual, Tpn tamid.
Exod2S. 29 for a memorial before the LORD continu.
28. 30 upon his he:irt before the LORD continu.
29. 38 of the first year day by day continually
Lev. 24. 2 to cause the lamps to burn continually
24. 3 shall Aaron order it . . before the LOUD con.
24. 4 order the lamps . . before the LORD conti.
24. 8 in order before the LORD continually
2 Sa. 9. 7 shalt eat bread at my table continually
9. 13 So Mephibosheth . .did eat continually
1 Ki. 10. 8 Happy (are) thy men . . which stand conti.
2 Ki. 4. 9 an holy man. .which passeth by us conti.
25. 29 he did eat bread continually before him
1 Ch.i6. 6 the priests with trumpets continually
t6. ii Seek the LORD, .seek his face continually
16. 37 to minister before the ark continually
16. 40 upon the altar, .continually morning and
23. 31 to offer all burnt sacrifices, .continually b.
2 Ch. 9. 7 Happy (are) thy men. .which stand con.
24. 14 they offered burnt offerings, .continually
Psa. 34. i his praise (shall) continually (be) in my
35. 27 let them say continually, Let the LORD
38. 17 and my sorrow (is) continually before me
40. ii let. .thy truth continually preserve me
40. 16 let such as love thy salvation say contin.
50. 8 thy burnt offerings .continually before
69. 23 and make their loins continually to shake
70. 4 let such as love thy salvation say continu.
71. 3 whereunto I may continually resort
71. 6 my praise (shall be) continually of thee
71. 14 I will hope continually, and will yet
72. 15 prayer also shall be made for him contin.
73. 23 Nevertheless I (am) continually with thee
74. 23 the tumult, .against thee increaseth con.
109. 15 Let them be before the LORD continually
109. 19 a girdle wherewith he is girded contiuu.
119. 44 So shall I keep thy law continually for
119. 109 My soul (is) continually in my hand : yet
119. 117 Iwillhaverespectuntothystatutescon.
Prov. 6. 21 Bind them continually upon thine heart
Isa. 21. 81 stand continually upon the watch tower
49. 16 Behold, .thy walls (are) continuallybefore
51. 13 hast feared continually every day, because
52. 5 my name continually every day (is) bias.
58. ii the LORD shall guide thee continually
60. ii Therefore thy gates shall be open contin.
65. 3 that provoketh me to anger continually
Jer. 6. 7 before me continually (is) grief and
52. 33 he did continually eat bread before him
Eze. 46. 14 a meat-offering continually by a perpetual
Hos. 12. 6 judgment, and wait on thy God continu.
Chad. 16 (so) shall all the heathen drink continu.
Nah. 3. 19 thy wickedness passed continually ?
Hab. 1.17 not spare continually to slay the nations?
l.All the day, Di n-Vs
kpl hay-yom.
Gen. 6. 5 every imagination, .only evil continually
1 Sa. 18. 29 and Saul became David s enemy continu.
2 Sa. 19. 13 if thou be not captain, .continually
: Ch.i2. 15 between Rehoboam and Jeroboam conti.
.!ob i. 5 Job., offered.. Thus did Job continually
I sa 42. 3 they continually say unto me, Where (is)
44. 15 My confusion (is) continualy before me
52. i the goodness of God (endureth) continu.
140. 2 continually are they gathered together
Jer. 33. 18 offerings, and to do sacrifice continually
4. In all time, ny-hss, bc-koleth.
Prov. 6. 14 he deviseth mischief continually
5. Going and turning back, 3ii t]Sn [Judaic va-shub].
Gen. 8. 3 returned from off the earth continually
6. Through all (time], Stairarras diapantos.
Luke24. 53 were continually in the temple, praising
Heb. 13. 15 the sacrifice of praise to God continually
7. To the unbroken continuance, tis rb SiTjvs/ce s, -^y.
Ueb. 7. 3 Son of God ; abideth a priest continually
10. i continually make the comers thereunto
CONTINUALLY upon, to attend
To endure or persevere toward (anything), irpoar-
KapTfptw pi oskartcreo.
Rom. 13. 6 attending continually upon this very
CONTINUALLY to, to give one s self
To endure or persevere toward (anything), irpo<rKap-
Tfptu proskartereS.
Acts o. 4 will give ourselves continually to prayer
CONTINUALLY, to wait on
To endure or persevere toward (anything), irpoa-
Kaprepfw proskartereu.
Acts 10. 7 soldier, .that waited on him continually
CONTINUANCE
I. Days, C D yamim.
Psa. 139. 16 (which) in continuance were fashioned
2. Indefinite time, oViJ olam.
Isa. 64. 5 in those is continuance, and we shall be
CONTINUANCE, patient
^1 remaining under (anything), virofj.ovi] hupomone.
Rom. 2. 7 who by patient continuance in well doing
CONTINUE
To stand, D p qum.
1 Sa. 13. 14 thy kingdom shall not continue : the
Job 15. 29 neither shall his substance continue
CONTINUE, to
I. To tarry, delay, inx achar, 3.
Isa. 5. ii that continue until night, (till) wine
2.To keep hold, pin chazaq, 5.
Neh. 5. 16 also I continued in the work of this wall
3.7*0 add, r
|Dr
% yasaph, 5.
Job 27. i Job continued his parable, and said
29. i Job continued his parable, and said
4.7*0 sit, 3-^; yashab.
Lev. 12. 4 she shall then continue in the blood of
12. 5 she shall continue in the blood of her
Judg 5. 17 Asher continued on the sea shore, and
2 Sa. 6. ii the ark of the LORD continued in the
i Ki.22. i they continued three years without war
5. To lodge (all night), j?
1
? lun.
Job 17. 2 mine eye continue in their provocation?
6. 7*o draw out, WD mashak.
Psa. 36. 10 continue thy loving kindness unto them
7. 7*o stand, isy amad.
Exod2t. 21 if he continue a day or two, he shall not
Ruth 2. 7 continued even from the morning until
Job 14. 2 he fleeth also as a shadow, and continueth
Jer. 32. 14 put them, .that they may continue many
Dan. ii. S he shall continue (more) years than the
8.7*0 cause to arise, establish, c?p qum, i>.
i Ki. 2. 4 That the LORD may continue his word
9.7*0 tabernacle, dwell, j:r shaken.
Psa. 102. 28 The children of thy servants shall conti.
10.7*0 multiply, make many, nyn rabah, 5.
1 Sa. i. 12 as she continued praying before the Lo.
11.7*0 become, happen, yivopai ginomai.
Acts 19. 10 this continued by the space of two years
12.7*0 remain throughout, 9ia/i4vw diame/w.
Luke22. 28 Ye are they which have continued with
Gal. 2. 5 that the truth of the gospel might conti.
2 Pe. 3. 4 all things continue as. .from the begin.
13.7*0 end fully, $ia-re\e<a diateleo.
Acts 27. 33 ye have tarried and continued fasting
14.7*0 rub through, pass the time, Starpipw diatri.
Johnii. 54 and there continued with his disciples
Acts 15. 35 Barnabas continued in Antioch, teaching
15.7*0 remain on, einuevta epimeno.
John 8. 7 when they continued asking him, he
Acts 12. 16 Peter continued knocking: and when they
16.7*0 set, place, "crrriuL histemi.
Acts 26. 22 I continue unto this day, witnessing both
17. 7*o sit down, naOifa kathizo.
Acts 18. ii he continued, .a year and six months
18. To remain, utVo> menu.
John 2. 12 and they continued there not many days
8. 31 If ye continue in my word, (then) are ye
15. 9 so have I loved you : continue ye in my
1 Ti. 2. 15 if they continue in faith and charity and
2 Ti. 3. 14 continue thou in the things which thou
Heb. 7. 24 this (man), because he continueth ever
13. i Let brotherly love continue
13. 14 here have we no continuing city, but we
i Jo. 2. 19 they would, .have continued with us
2. 24 ye also shall continue in the Son, and in
Rev. 17. 10 he must continue a short space
19.7*0 remain on, TrapajueVo* parameno.
Heb. 7. 23 they were not suffered to continue by
Jas. i. 25 looketh into the perfect law. .and contin.
20. 7*o extend on, iraparfivoi parateino.
Acts TO. 7 and continued his speech until midnight
2l.T<i do, Troifta poieo.
Rev. 13. 5 power was given unto him to continue for
CONTINUE all night, to
TII spend the whole night, SiavuKTtpevu,.
Luke 6. 12 and continued all night in prayer to God
CONTINUE in, to -
1. To remain in, t/j.^ivn>
emmeno.
Acts 14. 22 exhorting thtiu to continue in the faith
Gal. 3. ioCursedii8)everyoiie thatcoutinuethnotin
Heb. a. 9 they continued not in my covenant, and
-.To remain on, firifj.fi/ufpiMen~>.
Acts 13. 43 persuaded them to continue in the grace
Rom. b. i Shall we continue in sin, that grace may
11. 22 toward thee, goodness, if thou continue in
Col. i. 23 I: ye continue in the faith grounded and
i Ti. 4. 16 Take heed unto thyself., continue in them
3. To remain beside or further, irpofffj.(vw prosmeno.
1 Ti. 5. 5 continueth in supplications and prayers
. To persevere toward (anything), irpoffKapTtptw.
Acts i. 14 These all continued with one accord in
2. 46 continuing daily with one accord in the
Col. 4. 2 Continue in prayer, and watch in the
CONTINUE instant in, to
To 2>ersei-erc toward (anything), TrpoffKaprtpfca.
Konii2. 12 Rejoicing in hope, .continuing instant in
CONTINUE stedfastly, to
To persevere toward a thing, irporTKapreptw prosk.
Acts 2. 42 they continued stedfastly in the apostles
CONTINUE with, to
1. To persevere //ncard (anything), irpaffxaprfpica.
Acts 8. 13 when he was baptized, he continued with
2. 7"o remain toward, irpoff/j.fi ci> prosmeiiH.
Mattis. 32 because they continue with me now three
3. 7*0 remain o.loiK/side with, crulu.irapa/j.et (a xumpa.
Phil. i. 25 I shall abide and continue with you all
CONTINUED, to be
7*o continue, J nun, 2, 5.
Psa. 72. 17 his name shall be continued as long as
CONTINUING
7*o sojourn, 113 gur, 7a.
Jer. 30. 23 a continuing whirlwind: it shall fall with
CONTRADICT, to
7*o speak against, a.vri\syca antilegd.
Acts 13. 45 things which were spoken by Paul, con.
CONTRADICTION
-1 speaking against, avri\oyia antilogia.
Heb 7. 7 without all contradiction the less is bles.
12. 3 consider him that endured such contra.
CONTRARIWISE
The opposite, on the contrary, -rovvavriov tounanti.
2 Co. 2. 7 contrariwise ye (ought) rather to forgive
Gal. 2. 7 But contrariwise, when they saw that the
i Pe. 3. 9 but contrariwise blessing: knowing that
CONTRARY
\. Contrariety, perversity, a turning, ~i~/r\ hephek.
Eze. 16. 34 the contrary is in thee from (other)
16. 34 no reward is given . .thou art contrary
2. Opposition, ~!P qeri.
Lev. 26. 21 if ye walk contrary unto me, and will
26. 23 these things, but will walk contrary unto
26. 24 Then will I also walk contrary unto you
26. 27 if ye will not. .hearken, .but walk contr.
26. 28 Then I will walk contrary unto you also
26. 40 that also they have walked contrary unto
26. 41 I also have walked contrary unto them
3. Over against, opposite, (vavTios enantios.
Matt 14. 24 ship was. .tossed, .for the wind was con.
Mark 6. 48 for the wind was contrary unto them
Acts 26. 9 I ought to do many things contrary to
27. 4 we sailed, .because the winds were con.
i Th.~2. 15 they please not God, and are contrary to
Titus 2. 8 he that is of the contrary part may be
i.Set over against, virevavrios hvpenantios.
Col. 2. 14 which was contrary to us, and took it out
CONTRARY, to be
To lie or be laid over against, avriKeinat antikeimai.
Gal. 5. 17 these are contrary the one to the other
i Ti. i. loiftJierebeauyottierthingthat iscontrary
CONTRARY to
\.From over against, airevavri cipcnanti.
Acts 17. 7 these all do contrary to the decrees of
1. Contrary to, irapdpara, (ace.)
Acts 18. 13 persuadeth men to worship God contr. to
Rom. ii. ?4 wert grafted contrary to nature into a
16 17 which cause divisions, .contrary to the
CONTRIBUTION
Act of using a thing in common, Koiviuvia koinonia.
Rom.i5. 26 to make a certain contribution for the
CONTRITE
1. Bruised, contrite, K3^ dakka.
Psa. 34. 18 saveth such as be of a contrite spirit
Isa. 57. 15 with him also (that is) of a contrite, .spirit
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CONTRITE 202 CORN
2. To be bruised, n:n dakah, 2.
Psa. 51. 17 a broken aud a contrite heart, God
3. Smitten, roj tmke.h.
Isa. 66. 2 (him that is) poor, and of a contrite spirit
CONTRITE one
To be bruised, NT? daka, 2.
I*a. 57. 15 to revive the heart of the contrite ones
CONTROVERSY
Strife, contention, pleading, cause, an rib.
Deut 17. 8 matters of controversy, within thy gates
13. i/ both the men. between whom the contro.
21. 5 by their word shall every controversy and
25. i If there be a controversy between men
2 Sa. 15. 2 wlieu any man that had a controversy
2 t h. 19. 8 judgment of the LORD, aud for controv.
Isa. 34. 8 the year of recompenees for the coutrov.
Jer. 25. 31 for the LOUD hath a controversy with the
Eze. 4*. 24 in controversy they shall stand in judg
Hos. 4. i for the LORD hath a controversy with the
12. 2 The LORD hath also a controversy with
Mic. 6. 2 Hear ye, O mountains, the Lonp S con.
6. 2 the LORD hath a controversy with his
CONTROVERSY, without
Confessedly, said uiianimounly, <5
/uoA.o<
vov/ueVa>s.
i Ti. 3. 16 without controversy great is the mystery
CONVENIENT
1.A statute, limited and apportioned thing, pn choq.
Prov. 30. 8 feed me with food convenient for me
2. Right, upright, V; yashar.
Jer. 40. 4 whither it seemeth good and convenient
40. 5 go wheresoever it seemeth convenient
Z.Wdl timed, fd^aipos eukairos.
Mark 6. 21 when a convenient day was come, that
CONVENIENT, to be
To have come up to, be becoming, a.vr\K<a aneko.
Eph. 5. 4 nor jesting, which are not convenient
PhilemonS to enjoin thee that which is convenient
CONVENIENT, things not
The t kings not seemly, ra /XTJ KaOritovTa. [katheM].
Rum. i. 28 do these things which are not convenient
CONVENIENT season
A season, time, *apoj kairos.
Acts 24. 25 when I have a convenient season I will
CONVENIENT time, to have
To huve good time or season, tvitaipfw eukaired.
i Co. 16*. 12 come when he shall have convenient time
CONVENIENTLY
In y "id time or season, tvKaipcas eukairos.
Mark 1 4. ii he sought how he might conveniently
CONVERSANT, to be
I. To go on, ~Vi halak.
Josh. 8. 35 the strangers that were conversant amo.
2.7*0 ffo on habitually, i\bn halak, 7.
i Sa. 25. 15 as long as we were conversant with them
CONVERSATION
1. Way, ^ derek.
Psa. 37. 14 slay such as be of upright conversation
5 o. 23 to him that ordereth (his) conversation
2.A turning up and down, behaviour, avaarpoQii.
Gal. i. n ye have heard of my conversation in time
Eph. 4. 22 put off, concerning the former couversa.
i Ti. 4. 12 an example of the believers, .in convers
Heb.i3. 7 considering the end of (their) conversa.
Jas. 3. 13 let him show out of a good conversation
1 Pe. i. 15 be ye holy in all manner of conversation
1. 18 vain conversation (received) by tradition
2. 12 Having your conversation honest among
3. i be won by the conversation of the wive.s
3. 2 While they behold your chaste couversa.
3. 1 6 that falsely accuse your good conversa.
zPe. 2. 7 vexed with the filthy conversation of the
3. 1 1 ought ye to be in (all) holy conversation
3. Citizen state or life, iro\iT(v/j.a politeuma.
Phil. 3. 20 our conversation is in heaven ; from
4. Turning, turn, manner, rpoiros tropos.
Heb. 13. 5 conversation (be) without covetousness
CONVERSATION, to have one s
To turn up and down, behave oneself, avaffrpttpta.
2 Co. i. 12 we have had our conversation in the
Eph. 2. 3 we all had our conversation in times past
CONVERSATION, let . be
To act as a citizen, TtoKirtvu politeuii.
Phil. 1.27 let your conversation be as it becometh
CONVERSION
A turning upon, (iria-rpo^rt epistrophe.
Acts 15. 3 declaring the conversion of the Gentiles
CONVERT, to
I. To bring back, refresh, a;e> shub, 5.
Psa. 19. 7 The law of the LORD (is) perfect, convert.
2. To turn about or upon, tinffTpeQca epistrepho.
Jas. 5. 19 do err from the truth, and one convert
5. 20 he which converteth the sinner from the
CONVERTED, to be
1. To be turned, y$? haphak, 2.
Isa. Co. 5 abundance of the sea shall be converted
2.7*0 turn back, aw shub.
Psa. 51.13 and sinners shall be converted unto thee
Isa. 6. 10 understand with their heart, and convert
3. To turn about or upon, tTrtcrrpf<f>w epistrepho.
Matti3. 15 they, .should be converted, and I should
Mark 4. 12 lest at any time they should be converted
Luke 22. 32 when thou art converted, strengthen thy
John 12. 40 and be converted, and I should heal them
Acts 3. 19 Repent ye therefore, aud be converted
28. 27 should be converted, and I should heal
4.7*0 turn, a-rpttyui xtreplio.
MattiS. 3 Except ye be converted, and become as
CONVERTS
To turn back, 3?& shub.
Isa. i. 27 redeemed with judgment, and her con.
CONVEY, to
To put, place, set, mv sum.
i Ki. 5. 9 I will convey them by sea in floats unto
CONVEY over, to
To cause to pass over, 13^ abar, 5.
Neh. 2. 7 may convey me over, till I come into J.
CONVEY one s self away, to
To move or glide out of (the way), fKvevu ekneuu.
John 5. 13 for Jesus had conveyed himself away
CONVICT, to
To convict, t\eyxu sle^cho.
John 8. 9 being convicted by (their own) conscience
CONVINCE, to
I. To make manifest or prominent, ns; yakach, 5.
Job 32. 12 (there was) none of you that convinced J.
2.7*0 convict, 6X67x01 eleycko.
John 8. 46 Which of you couvinceth me of sin?
i Co. 14. 24 he is convinced of all, he is judged of all
Titus i. 9 to exhort and to convince the gainsayers
Jas. 2. 9 are convinced of the law as transgressors
3.7*0 convict utterly, eeK*yx.w exeleffchd.
Jude 15 to convince all that are ungodly among
4.7*0 convict thoroughly, StaKare\fyxfJiat -
Acts 1 3. 28 for he "mightily convinced the Jews
CONVOCATION
A calling (together), convocation, trjpD miqra.
Exodi2. 16 (there shall be) an holy convocation, and
12. 16 there shall be an holy convocation to you
Lev. 23. 2 ye shall proclaim (to be) holy convocations
23. 3 the sabbath of rest, an holy convocation
23. 4 holy convocations, which ye shall procl.
23. 7 ye shall have an holy convocation
23. 8 in the seventh day (is) an holy convoca.
23. 21 it may be an holy convocation unto you
23. 24 blowing of trumpets, an holy convocation
23. 27 it shall be an holy convocation unto you
23. 35 the first day (shall be) an holy convoca.
23. 36 on the eighth day shall be an holy convo.
23. 37 which ye shall proclaim (to be) holy con.
Num23. 18 In the first day (shall be) an holy convo.
28. 25, 26 ye shall have an holy convocation
29. i, 12 ye shall have an holy convocation
29. 7 ye shall have, .an holy convocation
COOK
A slaughterer, cook, nan tabbach.
i Sa. 9. 23 Samuel said unto the cook, Bring the
9. 24 the cook took up the shoulder, and (that)
COOKS
Female cooks, ninao tabbachoth.
i Sa. 8. 13 he will take your daughters., (to be) cooks
COOL
Wind, nn ruach.
Gen. 3. 8 in the garden in the cool of the day
COOL, to
7*o cool down, Ka.Ta.\l/i>x& katapsucho.
Lukei6. 24 dip the tip of his finger, .and cool my
COOS. Kus.
A small island on the coast of Caria, near Myndos and
Cuidos ; N.W. from Rhodes ; now called Stanchio or
Stanko ; it was the birth place of Hippocrates, Apelles,
and Simonides.
Acts 21. i we came with a straight course unto C.
COPING
Open palm (ofhand), projecting stone, n;a tephach.
1 Ki. 7. 9 even from the foundation unto the coping
COPPER
(Jnpprr, brass, rs^rn nechosheth.
Ezra 8. 27 vessels oi fine copper, precious as gold
COPPERSMITH
Bro.zier, coppersmith, xa\Kfvs chalkeus.
2 Ti. 4. 14 Alexander the coppersmith did me much
COPULATION -
Effusion, n^py shekabah.
Lev. 15. 16 if any man s seed of copulation go out
15. 17 every skin, whereonis the seed of copula.
15. 18 whom man shall lie (with) seed of copu
COPY
1. A second, double, n^pp mishneh.
Deut 17. 18 he shall write him a copy of this law in
Josh. 8. 32 he wrote there upon the stoces a copy of
".Copy, transcript, |JH9 parshegen.
Ezra 4. ii This (is) the copy of the letter that they
4. 23 when the copy, .(was) read before Helium
5. o The copy of the letter that Tatnai, gov.
7. 1 1 Now this (is) the copy of the letter that
j.Copy, transcript, ]y?$$ pathshegen.
Esth. 3. 14 The copy of the writing, for a command.
4. 3 gave him the copy of the writing of the
8. 13 The copy of the writing for a command.
COPY out, to
7*o remove, transcribe, pnj; athaq, 5.
Prov 25. i which the men of Hezekiah . . copied out
COR
Cor (a measure of dry and liquid things}, 13 kor.
Eze. 45. 14 the tenth part of a bath out of the cor
CORAL
Red coral, niDtrj ramoth.
Job 28. 18 No mention shall be made of coral, or of
Eze. 27. 16 they occupied in thy fairs with . .coral
CORBAN
Anything brought near to God, Kop/3av korban,Heb.
Mane 7. ii If a man shall say. .(It is) Corban, that
CORD
I. Rope, cord, San chebel.
Josh. 2. 15 she let them down by a cord through the
Esth. i. 6 fastened with cords of fine linen and
Job 36. 8 And . . be holden in cords of attiiction
41. i or his tongue with a cord, .thou lettest
Psa. 140. 5 The proud have hid a snare, .and cords
Prov. 5. 22 he shall be holden with the cords of his
Eccl. 12. 6 Or ever the silver cord be loosed, or the
Isa. 5. 18 that draw iniquity with cords of vanity
Jer. 38. 6 and they let down Jeremiah with cords
38. ii let them down by cords into the dungeon
38. 12 under thine arm holes under the cords
38. 13 So they drew up Jeremiah with cords, and
Eze. 27. 24 inchestsof rich apparel, bound with cord j
Hos. ii. 4 I drew them with cords of a man, with
Mic. 2. 5 cast a cord by lot in the congregation of
2.A thread, cord, n?n chut.
Eccl. 4. 1 2 and a threefold cord is not quickly broken
3. A pin (of a tent), iwyether.
Job 30. ii he hath loosed my cord, and afflicted me
4. Cord, string, in p methar.
Exod35- 18 and the pins of the court, and their cords
39. 40 the hanging for the court gate, his cords
>
Tum. 3. 26 the cords of it, for all the service thereof
3. 37 the pillars of the court, .and their cords
4. 26 their cords, and all the instruments of
4. 32 the pillars of the court, and their cords
Isa. 54. 2 lengthen thy cords, and strengthen thy
Jer. "10. 20 My tabernacle is spoiled, and all my cords
5. Thick cord, najL aboth.
Judgis. 13 they bound him with two new cords, and
15. 14 the cords that (were) upon ins arms beca.
Psa. 2. 3 Let us. .cast away their cords from us
118. 27 bind the sacrifice with cords, (even) unto
129 4 he hath cut asunder the cords of tne
CORDS, small
.-1 cord made of bulrushes, vyaivlov sclwrinion.
John 2. 15 when he had made a scourge of small co.
CO -RE, Kope.
The Greek form of Korah.
Jude ii for they . .perished in the gainsaying of C.
CORIANDER
A round aromatic seed, 12 gad.
Exodi6. 31 and it (was) like coriander seed, white
Num n. 7 the manna (was) as coriander seed, and
CO-RINTH, KoptvOos.
Capital of Achaia Proper, on the isthmus between the
Peloponnesus and the mainland between the gulfs of
Lepanto and /Egina. Here Paul dwelt eighteen months.
Acts 18. i After these things Paul . . came to C
19. i while A polios was at C., Paul having
1 Co. i. 2 the church of God which is at C.
2 Co i. i the church of God which is at C.
i. 23 to spare you I came not as yet unto C.
2 Ti. 4. 20 Erastus abode at C. : but Trophimus have
CORINTHIAN, KoplvOios.
A native or inhabitant of Corinth.
Acts 18. 8 and many of the C. hearing believed, and
2 Co. 6. n O (ye) C , our mouth is open unto you
CORMORANT
I. Pelican, nxp qaath.
Isa. 34. ii the cormorant and the bittern shall pos.
Zeph. 2. 14 the cormorant and the bittern shall Jodge
1. Cormorant, i^iy shalak.
Lev. ii. 17 the little owl, and the cormorant, and the
Deut 14. 17 pelican, and the gier. .and the cormorant
CORN
I.Mixed produce, S 1
?? balil.
Job 24. 6 They reap, .his corn in the field ; aod
CORN 203 CORRUPT
2. Wheat, corn, grain, I^TS bar.
Gen. 41. 35 lay up corn under the hand of Pharaoh
41. 49 Joseph gathered corn as the sand of the
42. 3 teu brethren went down to buy corn inE.
42. 25 commanded to till their sacks with coru
45. 23 teu she asses laden with corn and bread
Job 39. 4 Their young ones., they grow up>withcorn
Psa. 65. 13 valleys also are covered over with corn
72. 10 There shall be an haudful of corn iu the
Prov it. 26 He that withholdech corn, the people
3. A threshing floor, pa goren.
Dent ID. 13 after that thou hast gathered in thy corn
i.t oni, grain, jri dagan.
Geu. 27. 28 God give thee -Plenty of corn aud wine
27. 37 with coru aud wine have I sustained him
Xu:n 18. 27 as though.. the corn of the threshing-no.
Dent. 7. 13 he will also bless .thy corn, and thy wine
: i. 14 that thou mayest gather in thy corn, and
12. 17 within thy gates the tithe of thy corn
24. 23 thou shalt eat. .the tithe of thy com
18. 4 The first fruit (also) of thy corn, oi thy
28. 51 which (also) shall ziot leave thee. .corn
33. 28 fountain of Jacob, .upon a laud of corn
2 Ki.iS. 32 Until I. .take you away to., a land of corn
ath 31. 5 the first fruits of corn, wine, and oil. and
12. 28 Storehouses also for the increase of corn
Xeh. "c. 2 we take up com. .that we may eat, aud
;. 3 have mortgaged, .that we might buy corn
5. 10 might exact of them money and corn : I
=;. n also the hundredth (part) of the. .corn
jo. 39 Levi shall bring the offering of the corn
13. 5 the tithes of the coru, the new wine, and
13. 12 Then brought all. .the tithe of the coru
Psa. 4. 7 more than in the time, .their corn and
65. 9 thou preparest them corn, when thou
78 24 and had given them of the coru of heaven
Isa. 36. 17 a land of corn and wine, a land of bread
62. 8 I will no more give thy corn (to be) meat
Lam. 2 i2Theysay to theirmotherg, Where (is) corn
Eze. 36. 29 I will call for the corn, and will increase
Hos. 2. 8 she did not know that I gave her corn
2. 9 take away my coru in the time thereof
2. 22 the earth shall hear the corn, and the
7. 14 they assemble themselves for corn and
14. 7 they shall revive (as) the corn, and grow
Joel i. 10 the land mourneth; for the corn is wasted
1. 17 the barns are broken down ; for the corn
2. 19 I will send you corn, and wine, and oil
Hag i. ii upon the corn, and upon the new wine
Zee 9. 17 Corn shall make the young men cheer.
5. Standing corn, ^Q gamah.
Deut 16. 9 beginnest (to put) the sickle to the corn
Isa. 17. 5 as when the harvest man gathereth the co.
6. Grain