ROBERT YOUNG'S
ANALYTICAL CONCORDANCE: ORIGINAL, UNABRIDGED,
Letter-D

DA-BA -REH, n pasture.
A Levitical city of Issachar, on the border Now
Dutwritk. [Sea Daberath.]
Josh 21. 28 of the tribe of Issachar. . D with her sub.

DAB-BA -SHETH, n height?
A border city of Zebulon and Issachar.
Josh 19. ii And their border, .reached to D , and

DA-BE -RATH, rn:n pasture.
See Dabareh, which is erroneously given for Daberath.
Josh 19. 12 and then goeth out to D., and goeth up
i Ch. 6. 72 of the tribe of Issachar.. D with her sub.

DAGGER
Destroying weapon, Tin chereb.
Judg. 3. 16 Ehud made him a dagger which had two
3. 21 took the dagger from his right thigh, an<t
3. 22 he could not draw the dagger out of his

DA -GON, fin fish [Seems to have been a "Mermaid" type idol]
The national god of the Philistines, whose most famous
temples were at Gaza and Ashdod. Its form had the
face and hands of a man, and the tail of a fish.
Judgi6. 23 to offer a great sacrifice unto D. their god
i Sa. 5. 2 into the house of D. , and set it by D.
5. 3 D. (was) fallen upon his face to the earth
5. 3 they took D., and set him in his place
5. 4 D. (was) fallen upon his face to the ground
5. 4 head of D. and both, .his hands(ere)cut
5. 4 only (the stump of) D. was left to him
5. 5 Therefore neither the priests of D.
5. 5 nor any that come into D. s house
5. s tread on the threshold of D. . . unto this
5. 7 for his hand is sore .upon D. our god
1 Ch.io. 10 fastened his head in the temple of D


DAILY, I.Day by day, cv? nr yombe-yom.
Exod. 5. 13 Fulfil your works, (your) daily tasks, as
5. 19 (ought) from your bricks of your daily task
16. 5 be twice as much as they gather daily
Num28. 24 After this manner ye shall offer daily
"
Judgi6. 16 when she pressed him daily with her
2 Ki. 25. 30 a daily rate for every day, all the days
2Ch. 31. 16 unto every one. .his daily portion for
Ezra 3. 4 (offered) the daily burnt offerings by num.
Esth. 3. 4 when they spake daily unto him, and he
Psa. 42. 10 they say dailyuntome,Where(is) thy God?
56. i he lighting daily oppresseth me
56. 2 Mineenemieswoulddailyswallow(me)up
61. 8 that I may daily perform my vows
68. 19 (who) daily loadeth us (with benefits)
72. 15 he shall live, .daily shall he be praised
74. 22 the foolish man reproacheth thee daily
86. 3 Be merciful .. for I cry unto thee daily
"
88. 9 I have called daily upon thee, I have
88. 17 They came round about me daily like
Prov. 8. 30 I was daily (his) delight, rejoicing always
8. 34 the man that heareth me, watching daily
Isa. 58. 2 they seek me daily, and delight to know
Jer. 7. 25 daily rising up early and sending (them)
20. 7 I am in derision daily, every one mocketh
20. 8 a reproach unto me, and a derision, daily
Eze. 45. 23 seven rams without blemish daily the
45. 23 a kid of the goats daily (for) a sin offering
46. 13 Thou shalt daily prepare a burnt offering
Dan. i. 5 the king appointed them a daily provision
Hos. 12. i he daily increaseth lies and desolation
2. Daily, by day, ppv yornam.
Psa. 13. 2 (having) sorrow in my heart daily
Eze. 30. 16 and Noph (shall have) distresses daily
^.Continual, Tj?n tamid.
Num. 4. 16 the daily meat offering, and the anoint.
29. 6 the daily burnt offering, and his meat
DAINTIES 219 DAN
Dan. 8. ii by him the daily (sacrifice) was taken
8. 12 Wiisgiveii(liini)anainst the daily (sacrifice)
S. 13 the vision (concerning) the daily (sacri.)
n. 31 shall take away the daily (sacrifice), and
12. ii from the time (that) the daily (sacrifice)
i.For uiic day, tri(C ovh le-yoni ec/uut.
Neh. 5. iS (that) which was prepared (for me) daily
5. Sufficient, appointed, iiriovffios epiousios.
Matt. 6. 1 1 Give us this day our daily bread
Luke ii. 3 Give us day by day our daily bread
6. Daily, for the day, tQyufpos ephemeras.
Jas. 2. 15 If a brother. . be . .destitute of daily food
7.Every day, daily, Kadijfjifpivos kathemerinos.
Acts 6. i were neglected in the daily ministration
%. According to each day, xaO (Kdar^v tift,4pso>.
Heb. 3. 13 exhort one another daily, while it is
9. According to the day, each day, tcaff fintpav
Matt 26. 55 I sat daily with you teaching in the
Mark 1 4. 49 I was daily with you in the temple teac.
Luke 9. 23 [let him., take up his cross daily, audfol.)
19. 47 And he taught daily in the temple
22. 53 When I was daily with you in the temple
Acts a. 46 continuing daily with one accord in the
2. 47 the Lord added to the church daily such
3. 2 whom they laid daily at the gate of the
16. 5 the churches . . increased in number daily
17. ii These, .searched the Scriptures daily
19. 9 disputing daily in the school of one
iCo. 15. 31 I protest by your rejoicing. .1 die daily
2 Co. it. 28 that which cometh upon me daily, the
Heb. 7. 27 Who needeth not daily, as those high pr.
10. ii every priest standeth daily ministering
10. Through every day, Kara iratrav rjufpav.
Acts 17. 17 in the market daily with them that met
\\.Every day, iraffai> f)/j.fpav, pasan hemeran.
Acts 5. 42 daily in the temple, and in every house
DAINTIES, dainty (meats)
1. Things full of taste, nisyps matammoth.
Prov.23. 3 Be not desirous of his dainties ; for they
23. 6 neither desire thou his dainty meats
^.Pleasant things, D syjD manammim.
Psa.141. 4 and let me not eat of their dainties
3. Dainty, delight, J^yo maadan.
Gen. 49. 20 and he shall yield royal dr inties
4. Object of desire, iTNn taavah.
Job 33. 20 abhorreth bread, and his soul dainty meat
5. Fat, shining, \iirap6? liparos.
Rev. 18. 14 all things which were dainty and goodly
DA-LA -IAH, rr^i Jah is deliverer.
A descendant of Shechauiah.
In the original this name is the same as that of
several persons who are called Delaiah in the common
version.
1 Ch. 3. 24 Johanan, and D., and Auani, seven
DALE
JJeep place, valley, ppy emeq.
Gen. 14. 17 valley of Shaveh, which (is) the king s dale
283. 18. 18 a pillar, winch (is) in the king s dale
DAL MA-NTJ -THA, Aa\fj.avov6d.
A village or small town on the W. side of the sea of
Galilee, near Magdala, close to the shore, at the south
end of the plain of Gennesaret. It is now called Ainel-
Bdrideh.
Mark 8. 10 he. .came into the parts of D.
DAL-MA -TIA, AoA/iaria.
A province on the E. coast of the Adriatic Sea, extend
ing from the Naro in the S. to the Savus in the N. It
became a part of (or another name for) the Roman
province of Illyricum after the expedition of Tiberius
(A.D. 9).
2 Ti. 4. 10 Crescens to Galatia, Titus unto D.
DAL -PHON, pc p
n Persian word; otherwise dropping.
The second of the ten sons of flaman, B.C. 510.
Esth. 9. 7 And Parshandatha, and D., and Aspatha
DAM -
Mother, EN em.
Exod22. 30 seven days it shall be with his dam
Lev. 22. 27 then it shall be seven days under thedam
Deut 22. 6 the darn sitting upon the young, or upon
22. 6 thou shalt not take the dam with the
22. 7 (But) thou shalt in any wise let the dam
DAMAGE
1. Violence, hurt, S^q chabal.
Ezra 4. 22 why should damage grow to the hurt of
2. Violence, con chamas.
Prov 26. 6 cutteth off the feet.(and) drinketh damage
3. Loss, pu nezeq.
Esth. 7. 4 could not countervail the king s damage
4. Damage, rj(ji.ta zemia.
Acts 27. 10 voyage will be with hurt and much dam.
DAMAGE, to have
To suffer loss, pi} nezaq.
I)au. 6. 2 and the king should have ao damage
DAMAGE, to receive
To cause loss, (,*7);-u<ta zimioo.
2 Co. 7. 9 ye might receive damage by us in nothing
DA-MA -RIS, Aa/uapi;.
A woman in Athens converted by Paul, A.I). 54.
Acts 17. 34 a woman named D., and others with them
DA-MAS CENES, Aa.fj.a.ffK-rii ol, belonging to Damasc.
The people of Damascus.
2 Co. 1 1. 32 the king kept the city of the D. with a gar.
DAM-AS -CTTS, PtySl, p(fa"n, ,
,.
The most ancient and important city in Syria. It
stands in a plain of great fertility E. of the great chain
of Autilibanus, on the edge of the desert. The modern
Barada (the Amana of Scripture) waters this plain,
which is 30 miles in diameter and nearly circular.
According to Josephus Damascus was founded by I z,
son of Aram and grandson of Shem. It is apparently
first mentioned in the time of Abraham, B.C. 1912. It
was taken by David B.C. 1040 and was the capital of
Syria-.during the reign of Ben-hadad, B.C. 930. Jeroboam
restored it to Israel B.C. 822, but Tiglath-Pileser, king
of Assyria, took it B.C. 740, and carried its inhabitants
captive to Kir. It afterwards remained subject to the
Assyrians and Persians till B.C. 333, when it was taken
by Parmenio, the general of Alexander the Great.
Ppmpey effected its capture B.C. 64. Paul commenced
his ministry at Damascus A.D. 33.
Gen. 14. 15 Hobah, which (is) on the left hand of D.
15. 2 steward of my house (is) this Eliezer of D. ?
2 Sa. 8. 5 And when the Syrians of D. came to sue.
8. 6 Then David put garrisons in Syria of D.
1 Ki. ii. 24 he gathered men. .and they went to D.
ii. 24 dwelt therein, and reigned in D.
15. 18 Hezion, king of Syria, that dwelt at D.
19. 15 return on thy way to the wilderness of D.
20. 34 thou shalt make streets for thee in D.
2 Ki. 5.12 (Are) not Abana and Pharpar, rivers of D.
8. 7 And Elisha came to D. ; and. .the kiug
8. 9 even of every good thing of D., f,orty ca.
14. 28 how he warred, and how he recovered D.
1 6. 9 the king of Assyria went up against D.
16. 10 And king Ahaz went to D. to meet
16. 10 and saw an altar that (was) at D.
1 6. ii all that king Ahaz had sent from D.
1 6. ii made (it) against king Ahaz came from D.
16. 12 when the king was come from D.
1 Ch. 18. 5 Syrians of D. came to help Hadarezer
1 8. 6 David put (garrisons) in Syria-d.
2 Ch.i6. 2 Ben-hadad king of Syria, that dwelt at D.
24. 23 and sent all the spoil . .unto the king of D.
28. 5 and they . .brought them to D.
28. 23 For he sacrificed unto the gods of D.
Song 7. 4 the tower, .which looketh toward D.
Isa. 7. 8 For the head of Syria (is) D.
7. 8 and the head of D. (is) Rezin
8. 4 the riches of D. . . shall be taken away
10. 9 (is) not Samaria as D. ?
17. i The burden of D. Behold D. is taken away
17. 3 Ephraim, and the kingdom from D., and
Jer. 49. 23 Concerning D. Hamath is confounded
49. 24 D. is waxed feeble, (and) turneth. .to flee
49. 27 I will kindle a fire ia the wall of D.
Eze. 27. 1 8 D. (was) thy merchant in the. .wares of
47. 16 between the border of D. and the border
47. 17 the border, .shall be. .the border of D.
47. 18 the east side ye shall measure from. .D.
48. i the border of D. northward, to the coast
Amos i . 3 For three transgressions of D. , and for four
i. 5 I will break also the bar of D., and cut off
3. 12 corner of a bed, and in D. (in) a couch
5. 27 to go into captivity beyond D., saith the
Zech. 9. i and D. (shall be) the rest thereof
Acts 9. 2 And desired of him letters to D.
9. 3 as he journeyed, he came near D.
9. 8 led him . . and brought (him) into D.
9. 10 there was a certain disciple at D.
9. 19 Then was Saul certain days, .at D.
9. 22 confounded the Jews which dwelt at D.
9. 27 and how he had preached boldly at D.
22. 5 whom . . I received letters . . and went to D.
22. 6 and was come nigh unto D. about noon
22. 10 the Lord said . . Arise, and go into D.
22. ii led by the hand. .1 came into D.
26. 12 Whereupon, as I went to D. with author.
26. 20 showed first unto them of D., and at Jer.
2 Co. ii. 32 In D. the governor under Aretas. .kept
Gal. i. 17 I went, .and returned again unto D.
DAMNABLE
Destruction, loosing away, cbruAeia apoleia.
2 Pe. 2. i privily shall bring in damnable heresies
DAMNATION
1. Destruction, loosing away, diroiAcia apoleia.
2 Pe. 2. 3 and their damnation slumbereth not
2. Judgment, condemnation, fcpiua krima.
Matt. 23. 14 ye shall receive the greater damnation
Mark 1 2. 40 these shall receive greater damnation
Luke 20. 47 the same shall receive greater damnation
Rom. 3. 8 Let us do evil, .whose damnation is just
13. 2 shall receive to themselves damnation
i Co. ii. 29 eateth and drinketh damnation to him.
i Ti. 5. 12 Having damnation, because they have
3. Judgment, xpicrts krisis.
Matt. 23. 33 how can ye escape the damnation of
Mark 3. 29 but is in danger of eternal [damnation]
John 5. 29 unto the resurrection of damnation
DAMNED, to be
1. T judge one dovm, Karatcpifta katakrinii.
Mark 16. 16 [but he that believeth not shall be dam.}
Rom. 14. 23 he that doubteth ia damned if he eat
2. To judge, Kpivia krinff.
2 Th. 2. 12 That they all might be damned who beli.
DAMSEL
1 . Lass, girl. nJ->\yaldah.
Gen. 34. 4 saying, Get me this damsel to wife
2.Damsel, young voman, .Tjy.; naarah.
Gen. 24. 14 that the damsel to whom I shall say. Let
24. 16 the damsel (was) very fair to look upon
24. 28 the damsel ran, and told (them of) her
24. 55 Let the damsel abide with us (a few) days
4- 57 We will call the damsel, and enquire at
24. 61 Rebekah arose, and her damsels, and
34. 3 his soul clave, .and he loved the damsel
34. 3 and spake kindly unto the damsel
34. 12 but give me the damsel to wife
Deut22. 15 Then shall the father of the damsel, and
22. 15 take., (the tokens of) the damsel s virgin!.
22. 16 the damsel s father shall say unto the
22. 19 give (them) unto the father of the dam.
22. 20 virginity be not found for the damsel
22. 21 they shall bring out the damsel to the
22. 23 If a damsel (that is) a virgin be betrothed
22. 24 the damsel, because she cried not, (being
22. 25 if a man find a betrothed damsel in the
22. 26 But unto the damsel thou shalt do noth.
22. 26 (there is) in the damsel no sin (worthy) of
22. 27 the betrothed damsel cried, and (there
22. 28 If a man find a damsel (that is) a virgin
22. 29 shall give unto the damsel s father fifty
Judg. i y. 3 when the father of the damsel saw him
19. 4" the damsel s father, retained him
19. 5 damsel s father said unto his son in law
19. 6 the damsel s father had said unto the man
19. 8 the damsel s father said, Comfort thine
19. 9 the damsel s father, said unto him, Behold
Ruth 2. 5 Then said Boaz. .Whose damsel (is) thisT
2. 6 It (is) the Moabitish damsel that came
i Sa. 25. 42 with five damsels of hers that went after
i Ki. i. 3 they sought for a fair damsel throughout
i. 4 the damsel (was) very fair, and cherished
3. Young woman, virgin, no^y almah.
Psa. 68. 25 among (them were) the damsels playing
4. Womb, nrn racham.
Judg. 5. 30 to every man a damsel (or) two ; to -SUera
5. A little girl, Kopaviov korasion.
Matt 14. ii his head was. .given to the damsel
Mark 5. 41 and said. .Damsel, I say unto thee, arise
5. 42 straightway the damsel arose, and
6. 22 the king said unto the damsel, Ask of
6. 28 brought his head . . and gave it to the dam.
6. 28 and the damsel gave it to her mother
6.A young or little child, iraiSlov paidion.
Mark 5. 39 the damsel is not dead, but sleepeth
5. 40 the father and the mother of the damsel
5. 40 eutereth in where the damsel was lying
5. 41 he took the damsel by the hand, and
7.A young damsel, iratSiffKij paidiske.
Matt 26. 69 a damsel came unto him, saying, Thou
JohmS. 17 Then saith the damsel that kept the door
Acts 12. 13 a damsel came to hearken, named Rhoda
16. 16 a certain damsel possessed with a spirit
DAN, |? judge.
1. Fifth son of Jacob, and first of Bilhah, Rachel s
maid. Dan was the own brother of Naphtali. 3.0.1747.
Gen. 30. 6 a son : therefore called she his name D.
35. 25 sons of Bilhah, Rachel s handmaid ; D.
46. 23 And the sons of D. ; Hushim
49. 16 D. shall judge his people, as one of the
49. 17 D. shall be a serpent by the way
Exod. i. 4 D., and Naphtali, Gad, and Asher
Num26. 42 These (are) the sons of D. after their fami.
26. 42 These (are) the families of D. after their
Josh. 19. 47 children of D. went up to fight aeaiust L.
i Ch. 2. 2 D., Joseph, and Benjamin, Naphtali
2 The most northern city of Canaan, as seen in the
common expression "from Dan even to Beersheba."
The name was originally Laish or Leshem (Josh. ig. 47).
The inhabitants lived like the Zidonians, engaged in
commerce, and without defence. Hence the Danites
easily conquered the place, and named it Dan. Tell-el-
Kadi, its modern name, is the western and smaller of
the two sources of the Jordan, 4 miles from Paneas. on
the road to Tyre. The long level top of the Tell ia
strewed with ruins, and is probably the site of the
town and citadel of Dan. The spring is called El-
Leddan, and the stream from it Nahr-ed-dh&n.
Gen. 14. 14 armed his., (servts.)and pursued. .untoD.
Deut.34. i LORD showed him. .land of Gilead, unto D.
Josh. 19. 47 called Leshem, D., after the name of Dan
JudgiS. 29 called the name.. D., after the name of D.
20. i the congregation was gathered, .from D.
1 Sa. 3. 20 all Israel, from D. even to Beer-sheba
2 Sa. 3. 10 to set up the throne of David, .from D.
17. ii all Israel be .. gathered . .from D. even to
24. 2 through all the tribes of Israel, from D.
24. 15 there died, .from D. . .to Beer-sheba sev.
i Ki. 4. 25 from D. . .to Beer-sheba, all the days of S.
12. 29 set. .one in Bethel, and the other, .in D.
12. 30 people went (to worship), .(even) unto D.
15. 20 Beu-hadad. .sent. . and smote Ijon, and D
DANCE DARK
2 Ki. 10. 29 departed not from, .golden calves, .iu D.
1 Ch. 21. 2 number Israelfrom Beer-sheba even to D.
2 Ch.i6. 4 and they smote Ijon, and I)., and Abel-m
30. 5 established a decree . . Beer-sheba . . to D.
Jer. 415 For a voice declareth from D., and publi.
8. 16 snorting of his horses was heard from 1).
Eze 27. 19 D . .going to and fro occupied in thy fairs
Amos 8. 14 They that swear, .and say, Thy God, O D.
3. The name is used to denote the tribe that sprang
from Dan, as well as their territory.
Exod 31 . 61 have given . . Ahpliab . . of the tribe of D
35. 34 may teach . . Aholiab . . of the tribe of D.
38. 23 with him (was) Aholiab . .of the tribe of D
Lev 24. n daughter of Dibri, of the tribe of D.
Num. i. 12 Of D ; Ahiezer the son of Ammi-shaddai
i. 38 Of the children of D., by their generations
1. 39 that were numbered, .of the tribe of D.
2. 25 The standard of the camp of D. (shall be)
2. 25 the captain of the children of D. (shall be)
2. 31 they that were numbered in. .camp of D.
7. 66 Ahiezer. .prince of the children of D.
10. 25 the standard of the camp, .of D. set for.
13. 12 Of the tribe of D., Ammiel the son of G.
26. 42 These (are) the sons of D. after their fa.
26. 42 These (are) the families of D. after their
34. 22 prince of the tribe of the children of D.
Deut27. 13 Reuben, Gad, and Asher, Zebulun, D.
33. 22 of D. he said, D. (is) a lion s whelp
Josh. 19. 40 the seventh lotcame . . for the tribe . . of D.
19. 47 the children of D. went, .to fight against
19. 47 called Leshem, D., after.. Dan their fath.
19. 48 inheritance of. .the children of D.
21. 5 and out of the tribe of D., and out of the
21. 23 And out of the tribe of D., Eltekeh
Judg. i. 34 the Amorites forced the children of D.
5. 17 and why did D. remain in ships?
13. 25 inthecampof I), between Zorah and Esh.
18. 2 the children of D. sent of their family five
18. 16 six hundred men. .of the children of D.
18. 22 the men. .overtook the children of D.
1 8. 23 And they cried unto the children of D
1 8. 25 And the children of D. said unto him
1 8. 26 And the children of D. went their way
1 8. 30 the children of D. set up the graven image
1 8. 30 his sons were priests to the tribe of D.
1 Ch.27. 22 Of D. ; Azareel the son of Jeroham
2 Ch. 2. 14 son of a woman of the daughters of D.
Eze. 48. i sides east (and) west ; a (portion for) D.
48. 2 And by the border of D., from the east
48. 32 one gate of Benjamin, one gate of D.
The following localities were in the tenritoryof Dan:
Ajalon. Baalath, Bene-barak, Dan, Elon, Eltekeh, Eshtaol,
Gath-rimmon, Gibbethon, Ir-shemesh, Japho, Jethlah,
Laish, Leshem, Me-jarkon, Rakkon, Shaalabin,
Timnah, Zorah, &c.
DANCE
Dance, dancing, chorus, Sin? macho!.
Psa.i49. 3 Letthempraise his name in the dance
150. 4 Psaise him with the timbrel and dance
Jer. 31. 4 in the dances of them that make merry
31. 13 shall the virgin rejoice in the dance
Lam. 5. 1 5 our dance is turned into mourning
DANCE, to
1. To keep festival, sin chagag.
1 Sa. 30. 1 6 (they were), .drinking, and dancing
2. To dance, turn, tivist, V?n chul.
Judg 21. 21 daughters of Shiloh come out to dance
3. To dance, turn, ticist, ^n chul, 6a.
Judg2i. 23 of them that danced, whom they caught
4.7V) dance, move round, "05 karar, Sa.
2 Pa. 6. 14 David danced before the LORD with all (his)
5. To dance, skip, ifr, raqad.
Eccl. 3. 4 a time to mourn, and a time to dance
6.7*0 dance, skip, tpn raqad, 3.
i Ch.is. 29 saw king David dancing and playing
Job 21. ii They send forth, .and their children dance
Ia 13. 21 dwell there, and satyrs shall d.-ince there
7.7*e lift up (the feet), dance, opxtopai orcheomai.
Matt n. 17 piped unto you, and ye have not danced
14. 6 the daughter of Herodias danced before
Mark 6. 22 when the daughter of. .Herodias. .danced
Luke 7 -52 piped unto you, and ye have not danced
DANCES
Dance, dancing, chorus, n^i/ip mecholah.
Exod 1 5. 20 after her with timbrels and with dances
Judgn. 34 to meet him with timbrels and. .dances
21.21 the daughters. . come out to dance in dan.
1 Sa ii. ii sing one to another of him in dances
29. 5 they sang one to another in dances, saying
DANCING
1. To dance, move round, TIJ Mrar, 3a.
2 S. 6. 16 saw king David leaping and dancing bef
".Dance, dancing, chorus, Siro nutchol.
Psa. 30. ii turned for me my mourning into dancing
3. Dance, dancing, chorus, rr^rnp mecholah.
Exod32. io that he saw the calf! and the dancins
i Sa. 1 8. 6 singing and dancinc. to meet king .Saul
4.A chorus, company of dancers, xopo s choros.
Luke 15. 2< as he came, .he heard music and dancing
DANDLED, to be
To play with, delight in, dandle, VJJtp shaa,, 4ft.
Isa. 66. 12 be borne upon (her) sides, and be dandled
DANGER, to be in
To incur danger, KivSvvtvta kinduneuo.
Acts 19. 27 craft is in danger to be set at nought
19. 40 we are in danger to be called in question
DANGER of, in-
Held in, liable to, tfovoy enochos.
Matt. 5. 21, 22 shall be in danger of the judgment
5. 22 shall be in danger of the council
5. 22 shall say, Thou fool ! shall be in danger of
.Mark 3. 29 but is in danger of eternal damnation
DANGEROUS
Insecure, perilous. firiff<pa.\i]s cpisphalis.
Acts 27. 9 when sailing was now dangerous, because
DA-Nl -El, V}?, Aui>i-n\ God is judge.
1. Second son of David, called also Chileol, B.C. 1050.
i Ch. 3. i the second, D , of Abigail the Carmelitess
2. A descendant of Ithamar who came up with Ezra.
and sealed the covenant, B.C. 457.
Ezra 3. 2 of the sons of Ithamar ; D. : of the sons of
Neh. io. 6 D., Ginnethon, Baruch
, i. The fourth of the so-called greater prophets. He
appears to have been of royal or noble descent, and was
taken to Babylon in the third year of Jehoiakim (B.C.
604), and trained with three companions for the king s
service. The parallel between his character and that ,
of Joseph is striking. At the accession of Darius he
was made the first of three presidents, and in the third
year of Cyrus he saw his last recorded vision on the
banks of the Tigris (B.C. 530).
Eze. 14. 14 these three men, Noah, D., and Job, were
14. 20 Though Noah, D., and Job, (were) in it
28. 3 Behold, thou (art) wiser than D.
Dan. i. 6 these were, of the children of Judah, D.
i. 7 hegaveuntoD. (thename)of Belteshazzar
i. 8 D. purposed, .that he would not defile
i . 9 Now God had brought D. into favour
i. io And the prince of the eunuchs said untoD.
i. ii Then said D. to Melzar, whom
:. ii the prince of the eunuchs had set over D.
1.17 and D. had understanding in all visions
1. 19 among them all was found none like D.
:. 21 D. continued (even) unto the first year of
2. 13 they sought D. and his fellows to be slain
2. 14 Then D. answered with counsel and wis.
2. 15 Then Arioch made the thing known to D
2. 16 Then D. went in, and desired of the king ,
2. 17 Daniel went to his house, and made the |
2. 18 that D. and his fellows should not perish i
2. 19 unto D. in a night vision. Then D.
2. 20 D. answered . . Blessed be the name of G.
2. 24 D. went in unto Arioch, whom the king
2. 25 Then Arioch brought in D. before the
2. 26 The king answered and said to D.
.;. 27 D. answered in the presence of the king j
2. 46 fell upon his face, and worshipped D.
2. 47 The king answered unto D., and said
2. 48 Then the king made D. a great man
2. 49 Then D. requested of the king, and he set
j
2. 49 but D (sat) in the gate of the king
4. 8 But at the last D. came in before me
4. 19 Then D. . .was astonied for one hour
5. 12 spirit, and knowledge .. were found in. . D.
5. 12 let D be called, and he will show the int.
5. 13 Then was D. brought in before the king
5. 13 the king, .said untoD , (Art)thou that D
5. 17 Then D. answered and said before the ki.
5. 29 and they clothed D. with scarlet
6. 2 over these three presidents, of whom D.
6. 3 D. was preferred above the presidents and
6. 4 princes sought to find occasion against D. ,
6. 5 shall not find any occasion against this D. I
>i. io when D knew that the writing was sign.
6. ii these men assembled, and found D pray
6. 13 That P. .regardeth not thee, O king
6. 14 the king, .set (his) heart on D. to deliver
6. 16 the king commanded, and they brought D
6. 16 the king, .said unto D., Thy God.. will
6. 17 purpose might not be changed concern. D
6. 20 he cried with a lamentable voice unto 1)
6. 20 the king spake and said to P., O D. , ser
6. 21 said D unto the king, O king, live forever
6. 23 commanded that they should take D up
6. 23 So D. was taken up out of the den
6. 24 brought those men which had accused D.
6. 26 tremble and fear before the God of D
f>. 27 who hath delivered D from the power of
6. 28 this P. prospered in the reign of Darius
7. i In the first year of Belshazzar. .D. had a
7. a D . .said, I saw in my vision by night
7. 15 I D. was grieved in my spirit
7. 28 As for me D , my cogitations much
8. i a vision appeared unto me. .me D.
8. 15 when I, (even) I D , had seen the vision
8. 27 And I D. fainted, and was sick (certain)
9. 2 I D. understood by books the number of
9. 22 n P., I am. .come forth to give thee skill
io. i a thing was revealed unto P.
io. 2 1 D. was mourning three full weeks
io. 7 And I p. alone saw the vision
io. ii O P. . .understand the words. .1 speak
10. 12 Then said he unto me. Fear not, P.
12. 4 But thou, O P., shut up the words
Dan 12. 5 1 P. looked, and.. there stood other two
12. 9 And he said, (Jo thy way, P. : for the
Matt 24. 15 shall see the. .desolation, spoken of byD.
Itefcij. 14 [shall.see the. . desolation, spoken of by D.J
DANTTES, J?n hod-dani, the Danite.
Patronymic of the tribe of Dan.
Judg 13. 2 man of Zorah, of the family of the P.
18. i the tribe of the D. sought them an inhcr.
18. ii there went, .of the family of the D.
1 Ch. 12. 35 of the D. . .twenty, .eight thousand, .six
DAN JA -AN, \y_\ [i Dan playing the pipe.
A place between Gilead and Zidon, somewhere near
Dan (Laish) at the sources of the Jordan. It may mean
" Dan in the wood," which accords with Tel-el Kadi,
and the surrounding country.
2 Sa 24. 6 they came to D., and about to Zidon
DAN -NAH, nyn low.
A city of Judah near Kirjath-Sannah.
Josh 15. 49 And D., and Kirjath-sannah, which (is)
DA -RA, yn bearer, holder.
Son of Zerah son of Judah by Tamar. Some identify
him with Darda(?).
iCh. 2. 6 of Zerah ; Zimri, and Ethan., and P
DAR -DA, JH-n.
A wise man not later than Solomon, and considered by
some identical with Dara.
i Ki. 4. 31 wiser than all men ; than Ethan . . and P.
DARE, (durst), to
Tn dare, have daring, roX/iaw tolmao.
Matt22. 46 neither durst any (man) from that day fo.
Marki 2. 34 no man after that durst ask him (any ques.)
Luke 20. 40 they durst not ask him any (question at
Johnzi. 12 none of the disciples durst ask him, Who
Acts 5. 13 of the rest durst no man join himself to
7. 32 Then Moses trembled, and durst not beh.
Rom. 5. 7 for a good man some even would dare to
15. 18 I will not dare to speak of any of those
1 Co. 6. i Dare any of you, having a matter against
2 Co.io. 12 we dare not make ourselves of the num.
Jude 9 durst not bring against him a railing
DA-RI -tTS, EV J J (etymology uncertain).
1. A king of Persia, i.e., Darius Hystaspes, B.C. 521.
Ezra 4. 5 until the reign of D. king of Persia
4. 24 it ceased unto the second year, .of D.
5. 5 to cease, till the matter came to P.
5. 6 The copy of the letter, .sent unto P
5. 7 Unto P. the king, all peace
6. i Then D. the king made a decree
6. 12 I D. have made a decree ; let it be done
6. 13 according to that which D . . had sent
6. 14 theybuilded. . according to the com. of . .D.
6. 1 5 this house was finished . . sixth year . . of P.
Hag. i. i In the second year of D. the king
1. 15 in the second year of D. the king
2. io in the second year of D., came the word
Zech. i. i in the second year of D., came the word
i. 7 in the second year of D , came the word
7. i it came to pass in the fourth year of. . D.
2. Another king, i.e., Darius Nothus, B C. 423.
Neh. 12. 22 also the priests, to the reign of P.
:i. Darius the Mede," the son of Ahasuerusof the seed ot
the Medes," who succeeded to the kingdom of Babylon
on the death of Belshazzar. and was then 62 years of
age. He was Cyaxares, and son and successor of
Astyages the king of Media, B C. 538.
Dan. 5. 31 And D. the Median took the kingdom
6. i It pleased D. to set over the kingdom
6. 6 said thus unto him. King P.. live for ever
6. 9 king P. signed the writing and the decree
6. 25 Then king D. wrote unto all people
6. 28 So this Daniel prospered in the reiirn of D.
9. i In the first year of D. the son of Ahasuerus
ii. i Also I, in the first year of D the Mede
DARK
1. Thick darkness, gloominess, ""*$ aphelnh.
Prov. 7. 9 the evening, in the biack and dark night
2. Darkness (of night), ~ipn choshfk.
.Tosh. 2. 5 when it was dark, that the men went out
Job 12. 25 They grope in the dark without light, and
24. 16 In the dark they dig through houses
Psa. 35. 6 Let their way be dark and slippery : and
88. 12 Shall thy wonders be known in the dark?
Isa. 45. 19 in secret, in a dark place of the earth
Eze. 8. 12 the house of Israel do in the dark
3. Darkness, ny?n (.hesl kah.
Psa. 18. ii pavilion round about him (were) dark
4. Darkness, iJv O choihl-ah.
Mic. 3. 6 it shall be dark unto you, that ye shall
f>. Darkness, collection, binding, njpn chashrflh.
2 Sa. 22. 12 dark waters, (and) thick clouds of the
6. Dark place, Ti^n
1
? machshak.
Isa. 99. 15 their works are in the dark, and they say
7. Twilight, ,: nesheph.
Jer. 13. 16 before your feet stumble upon thedark m.
8. Darkness, ncky.nlatah.
Ger.. 15. IT whei> the ?nn went down, and it was dark
DARK 221 DASH
9. Tli i<-k darkness, secret or high place, tyyt,araphel.
Job. 22. 13 can he judge through the dark cloud ?
Eze. 34. 12 iteen scattered iu the cloudy and dark day
10. Dense darkness, congelation, jiN9p qijymoii.
Zech.i4. 6 the light shall not be clear; (nor) dark
11. />/?/, squalid, avxnvpos aiichmeros.
2 Pe. i. 19 unto a light that shineth in a dark place
l 2.Drk, ffKOTdvds skoteinos.
Luke ii. 36 (be) full of light, having no part dark, the
13. Darkness, O-/COTIO nkotia.
John 6. 17 it was now dark, and Jesus was not come
20. i cometh Mary Magdalene . . it was yet dark
DARK, to be
1.7V be or -become dark. Tjpn chashak.
Job 3. 9 the stars of the twilight thereof be dark
18. 6 The light sliall be dark in his tabernacle
Mic. 3. 6 and the day shall be dark over them
2. To le enfolded, black, 1?% qadur.
Joel 2. 10 the sun and the moon sjiall be dark, and
Mic. 3. 6 and it shall be dark unto you, that ye
DARK, to begin to be
To le or become (lark, y?y tsalal.
Xeh. 13. 10 the gates of Jerusalem began to be dark
DARK, to make
1.7 o darken, send darkness, hide, ^n c/u .ahak, 5.
Psa. 105. -28 He sent darkness, and made it (lark ; and
Amos 5. 8 and maketh the day dark with night : that
2. To enfold, blacken, mourn, T!i? qadur, 5.
Eze. 32. 7 I will, .make the stars thereof dark ; I
32. 8 bright .lights of heaven will I make dark
DARK place
Dark fjlii.cc, "^ OD machshak.
Psa. 74. 20 for the dark places of the earth are full
Lam. 3. 6 He hath set me in dark places, as. .dead
DARK saying or sentence, speech
A kui.it. acute hidden saying or thiny, rryn chidah.
>~umi2. 8 will I speak, .not in dark speeches
Psa. 49. 4 I will open my dark saying upon the harp
78. 2 I will utter dark sayings of old
Prov. i. 6 words of the wise, and their dark sayings
Dan. 8. 23 a king, .understanding dark sentences
DARK, darkish, somewhat
\Vfuk, dim, nns kchah.
Lev. 13. 6 behold, (if) the plague (be) somewhat dark
13. 21 lower than the skiu.but(be) somewhat d.
13. 26 the (other) skin, but (be) somewhat dark
13. 28 spread not. .but it (be) somewhat dark
13. 39 (if) the bright spots, .(be) darkish white
13. 56 the plague (be) somewhat dark after the
DARK, very
e,-;i ti(,-,
"zxape.
Amos. 5. 20 even very dark, and no brightness in.it ?
DARKEN, be darkened, to V. L. Itrn].
1.7 "
b<- or become dark, Tfpq chashak [Eze. 30. 1 8,
Exodio. 15 so that the land was darkened ; and they
Psa. 69. 23 Let their eyes be darkened, that they see
Eccl. 12. 2 While, .the stars, be not darkened, nor
12. 3 and those that look out. .be darkened
Is*h. 5. 30 the light is darkened in the heavens
13. 10 the sun shall be darkened in his going
Eze. 30. 1 8 also the day shall be darkened, when I
2.7V* cause darkness, darken, hide, tje>n chashak, 5.
Job 38. 2 Who (is) this that darkeueth counsel by
Amos 8.9! will darken the earth iu the clear day
3.7V> be nr become weak or dim, .ins kahah.
Zech ii. 17 his right eye shall be utterly darkened
i. To be or become dark, yy>i arab.
Isa. 24. ii all joy is darkened, the mirth of the laud
5. TII be consumed, cny atluim, 2.
Isa. 9. 19 Through the wrath . . is the land darkened
6. To be enfolded, black, -nj3 qadar.
Joel 3. 15 The sun and the moon shall be darkened
7. To be darkened, made dark, ffKori^ofj.ai skotizo.
Matt24. 2<j
after, .those days shall the sun be dark.
Mark i j. 24 in those days, .the sun shall be darkened
Luke23. 45 the sun was darkened, and the veil of the
Bom. i. 21 and their foolish heart was darkened
ii. 10 Let their eyes be darkened that they may
Eph. 4. 18 Having the understanding [darkened]
Rev. 8. 12 so as the third part of them was darkened
9. 2 the sun and the air [were darkened] by
DARKLY
/;;. an eniyma, eV aiviyfj.a.Ti en ainigmati.
i Co. 13. 12 For now we see through a gluss, darkly
DARKNESS
1. Thick darkness, ^N ophel.
Job 3. 6 (As for) that night, let darknessseize upon
10. 22 darkness, .and (where) the light (is) as da.
23. 17 hath he covered the darkness from my
28. 3 the stones of darkness, and the shadow
30. 26 when I waited for light, there came dark.
Psa. 91. 6 for the pestilence (that) walketh in dark.
2. Thick darkness, gloominess, rh^* aphelah.
Deut28. 29 as the blind gropeth in darkness, and
Prov. 4. 19 The way of the wicked (is) as darkness
Isa. 8. 22 and (they shall be) driven to darkness
Isa. 58. 10 and thy darkness (be) as the noon day
59. 9 for brightness, (but) we walk in darkness
Jer. 23. 12 their way shall be. .as. .in the darkness
S.Darkiicss, pirn chushok.
Dan. 2 22 he knoweth what (is) in the darkness, and
^.Darkness, npwi, nptyq chashekah.
Gen. 15. 12 an horror of great darkness fell upon him
Psa. 8j. 5 They know not. .they walk on in darkness
139. 12 the darkness and the light (are) both alike
Isa. 8. 22 trouble and darkness, dimness of anguish
50. 10 Who (is) among you. .that walketh in da.
5. Darkness, ypn choshek.
Gen. i. 2 and darkness (was) upon the face of the
... 4 God divided the light from the darkness
1. 5 and the darkness he called Night. And
1. 18 and to divide ttie light from the darkness
Exodio. at that there maybe darkness over the land
10. 21 of Egypt, even darkness (which) may be
10. 22 there was a thick darkness in all the land
14. 20 it was a cloud and darkness (to them)
Deut 4. ii and the mountain burned with, .darkness
5. 23 the voice out of the midst of the darkness
1 Sa. 2. 9 and the wicked shall be silent in darkness
2 Sa. 22. 12 he made darkness pavilions round about
22. 29 and the LOKD will lighten my darkness
Job 3. 4 Let that day be darkness ; let not God
3. 5 Let darkness and the shadow of death
5 14 They meet with darkness in the day time
10. 21 to the laud of darkness, and the shadow
12. 22 He discovereth deep things out of dark.
15. 22 that he shall return out of darkness, and
15. 23 he knoweth tnat the day of darkness is
15. 30 He shall not depart out of darkness ; the
17. 12 the light (is) short because of darkness
17. 13 I have made my bed in the darkness
18. 18 shall be driven from light into darkness
19. 8 and he hath set darkness in my paths
20. 26 All darkness (shall be) hid in his secret
22. ii Or darkness, (that) thou canst not see
23. 17 I was not cut off before the darkness
28. 3 He setteth an end to darkness, aud
29. 3 by his light I walked (through) darkness
34. 22 (There is) no darkness, nor shadow of de.
37. 19 we cannot order, .by reason of darkness
38. 19 (as for) darkness where (is) the place
Psa. 18. ii He made darkness his secret place; his
18. 28 LORD my God will enlighten my darkness
104. 20 Thou makest darkness, and it is night
105. 28 He sent darkness, and made it dark
107. 10 Such as sit iu darkness, and in the
107. 14 He brought them out of darkness and
112. 4 there ariseth light in the darkness : (he is)
139. IT If I say, Surely the darkness shall cover
139. 12 Yea, the darkness hidetli not from thee
Prov. 2. 13 Who leave, .to walk iu the ways of dark.
20. 20 his lamp shall be put out in . . darkness
Eccl. 2. 13 as far as light excelleth darkness
2. 14 the fool walketh in darkness : and I myself
5. 17 All his days also he eateth in darkness
6. 4 cometh in. .and departeth in darkness
6. 4 his name shall be covered with darkness
11. 8 let him remember the days of darkness
Isa. 5. 20 darkness for light, and light for darkness
5. 30 behold darkness (and) sorrow, and the
9. 2 The people that walked in darkness have
29. 18 eyes of the blind shall see out of. .dark.
42. 7 to bring . . them that sit in darkness out of
45. 3 I will give thee the treasures of darkness
45. 7 I form the light, aud create darkness ; I
47. 5 Sit thou silent and get thee into darkness
49. 9 mayest say . . to them that (are) iu darkness
60. 2 the darkness shall cover the earth, and
Lam. 3. 2 brought (me into)darkness, but not (into)
Eze. 32. 8 set darkness upon thy land, saith the L.
Joel 2. 2 A day of darkness and of gloominess, a
2. 31 The sun shall be turned into darkness
Amos 5. 18 the day of the LORD (is) darkness, and
5. 20 (Shall) not the day of the LORD (be) dark.
Mic. 7. 8 wheu I sit in darkness, the LORD (shall be)
Nab. i. 8 and darkness shall pursue Tiis enemies
Zeph. i. 15 a day of darkness and gloominess, a day
6. Thick darkness, SSKO maaphel.
Josh.24- 7 he put darkness between you aud the E.
7. Thick darkness ofJah, .T^9X5 mapeli/ah.
Jer. 2. 31 Have I been, .a land of darkness ?
8. Dark place, Tigris machshak.
Psa. 88. 6 laid me in the lowest pit. in darkness
88. 18 (aud) mine acquaintance into darkness
143. 3 he hath made me to dwell in darkness
Isa. 42. 16 I will make darkness light before them
9. Obscurity, na y ephah.
Job 10. 22 A land of darkness . .(and) of the shadow
Amos 4. 13 that maketh the morning darkness, aud
10. Thick darkness, secret orh ighplace, Tynauraphel-.
2 Sa. 22. 10 and darkness (was) under his feet
Psa. 18. 9 and darkness (was) under his feet
97. 2 Clouds and darkuess (are) round about
11. Gloom, blackness, o<os zophos.
2 P.e. 2. 4 delivered (them) into chains of darkuess
Jude 6 iu everlasting chains, under darkness
12. Darkness, ffKoria skotia.
Matt 10. 27 What I tell you iu darkuess, (that) speak
Lukei2. 3 whatsoever ye have spoken in darkness
John i. 5 light shineth iu darkuess ; aud the dark
8. 12 followeth me shall not walk in darkuess
12 35 Walk while ye have the light, lest dark.
John 1 2. 35 he that walketh in darkness, knoweth
12. 46 believeth on me should not abide in dark,
i Jo. i. 5 God is light, and in him is no ilurkur.-,.,
2. 8 the darkuess is past, and the true light
2. 9 He that . .hateth his brother, is in dark.
2. 1 1 is in darkness, aud walketh in darkness
2. 1 1 because that darkness hath blinded hu
\%.Dr/rkness, irKdros skotos.
Matt 4. 1 6 The people which sat in [darkness] saw
6. 23 be darkness, how great (is) that darkness !
8. 12 shall be cast out into outer darkness
22. 13 take, .and cast (him) into outer darkuess
25. 30 cast ye the. .servant into outer darkness
27. 45 from the sixth hour there was darkness
Mark 1 5 33 there was darkness over the whole laud
Luke i . 79 To give light to them that sit in darkness
n. 35 light which is iu thee be not darkness
22. 53 your hour, and the power of darkuess
23. 44 there was a darkness over all the earth
John 3. ii) and men loved darkuess rather than light
Acts 2. 20 The sun shall be turned into darkness
13.11 there fell on him a mist and a darkness
26. 18 to turn (them) from darkness to light
Rom. 2. 19 a light of them which are in darkness
13. 12 let us. .cast off the works of darkness
1 Co. 4. 5 to light the hidden things of farkMM
2 Co. 4. 6 commanded the light to shine out of da.
6. 14 what communion hath light with dark. ?
Eph. 5. 8 ye were sometimes darkness, but now
5. ii with the unfruitful works of darkness
6. 12 the rulers of the darkness of this world
Col. 1.13 delivered us from the power of darkness
i Th. 5. 4 But ye, brethren are not in darknesn, that
5. 5 we are not of the night, nor of darkness
Heb. 12. 18 nor unto blackness, and [darkness,] and
1 Pe. 2. 9 him who hath called you out of darkness
2 Pe. 2. 17 to whom the mist of darkuess is reserved
i Jo. i. 6 fellowship with him. and walk in dark.
Jude 13 is reserved the blackness of darkness for
DARKNESS, full of
Dark, <ricoTfiv6s skoteinos.
Matt. 6. 23 thy whole body shall be full ci darkuea*
Luken. 34 thy body also (is) full of darkuess
DARKNESS, to be full of
To be darkened, ffKordofj.a.1 skotoomai.
Rev. 16. 10 and his kingdom was full of darkness
DARKNESS, to cause
To cause darkness, ~vn chashak, 5.
Jer. 13. 16 Give glory, .before he cause darkness
DARKNESS, gross or thick
Thick darkness, secret or high place, Sg-y? araphel.
Kxod 20. 21 Moses drew near unto the thick darkness
Deut. 4. ii the midst of heaven, with, .thick dark.
5. 22 of the cloud, and of the thick darkness
1 Ki. 8. 12 that he would dwell iu the thick darknes*
2 Ch. 6. i that he would dwell iu the thick darkness
Job 38. 9 thick darkness a swaddling band for it
Isa. 60. 2 shall cover the earth, and gross darkues*.
Jer. 13. 16 (and) make (it) gross darkness
Joel 2. 2 A day of clouds and of thick darkness
Zeph. i. 15 a day of clouds and thick darkness
DAR -KON, jip-n bearer.
A servant of Solomon, whose descendants came up from
the exile with Zerubbabel, B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 56 The children of Jaalah, the children of D.
> eh. 7. 58 The children of Jaala, the children of D
DARLING
Only, lonely, singly, TIT yuchid.
Psa. 22. 20 my darling from the power of the dog
35. 17 rescue, .my darling from the lions
DART
1. Arrow, ^n chets.
Prov. 7.23 Till a dart strike through his liver
2. Dart, missile, ypc //MI .-*
Job 41. 26 the spear the dart, nor the habergeon
3. Rod, reed, 03? shebet.
2 Sa. 18. 14 he took three darts in his hand, and
^.Missile, dart, spear, rtyo shelach.
2 Ch. 32. 5 and made darts and shields iu abundance-
5. Club, nrrin lotkach.
Job 41 .29 Darts are counted as stubble : he laugheth
6. A missile, dart, arrow, /8eA.os belos.
Eph. 6. 16 quench all the fiery darts of the wicke.l
7. A missile, dart, arrow, SoAts bolis.
Heb 12. 20 | be stoned, or thrust through with a dart]
DASH, to
1. To smite, plague, r^ nayaph.
Psa. gr. 12 lest thou dash thy foot against a stone
2. To dash, beat, } 3J naphals, 3.
Psa. 1 37. q dasheth thy little ones against the stones
Jer. 13. 14 I will dash them one against another
3. To dash in pieces, trcn ratash, 3.
2 Ki. 8 12 wilt dash their children, and rip up their
4. To strike toward or oyainst, irpoyKoirruproskopto.
Matt. 4. 6 lest at any time thou dash thy Lu. 4. n.
DASH in pieces, to
1. To dash, beat, f 9} naphals, 3.
Psa. 2. 9 thou shall dash them in pieces like a
DASH 222 DAUGHTER
2. To crush, psn raats.
Exodis. 6 right hand.O LORD, hath dashed in pieces
DASH to pieces
To dash in pieces, vyi ratash, 3.
Isa. 13. 18 also shall dash the young men to pieces
DASHED in or to pieces, to be
To be dashed in pieces or to the ground, ren ratash, 4.
Iga. 13. 16 children also shall be dashed to pieces
Hot. 10. 14 the mother was dashed in pieces upon
13. 16 their infants shall be dashed in pieces
Nah. 3. 10 young children also were dashed in pieces
DASHETH in pieces, that
To scatter, break in pieces, pB puts, 5.
Nah. 2. i He thatdasheth in pieces is come upbef.
DA -THAN, i^n fount.
A son of Eliab the Reubenite, who with Koraha Levite,
and Abiram and On, other two Reubenites, conspired
against Moses and Aaron in the wilderness, and
perished there. B.C. 1471.
Num 16. i Now Korah. .and D. and Abiram. .took
16. 12 And Moses sent to call D. and Abiram
16. 24 Get you up from, .the tabernacle of . .D.
16. 25 And Moses rose up, and went unto D.
36. 27 they gat up from the tabernacle of. .D.
16. 27 and D. and Abiram came out, and f>tood
26. 9 And the sons of Eliab ; Xemuel, and D.
26. Q This (is that) D. and Abiram (which were)
Deutii. 6 And what he did unto D. and Abiram
Psa. 1 06. 17 The earth opened and swallowed up D.
DATJB, to
1 . To daub, Tijri chamar.
Exod. 2. 3 daubed it with slime and with pitch, and
2. To plaister, overlay, rna tuach.
Eze. 13. 10 others daubed it with untempered (nior.
13. ii Say unto them which daub (it) with unte.
13. 12 the daubing wherewith ye have daubed
13. 14 break down the wall that ye have daubed
13. 15 upon them that have daubed it with
13 15 no (more), neither they that daubed it
22. 28 prophets have daubed them with untem.
DATTBING
Plaistering, daubing, D t? tiach.
Eze. 13. 12 Where (is) the daubing wherewith ye
DAUGHTER
l.As No. 3 [V.L. rrj house],
Isa. 10. 32 (against) the mount of the daughter of Z.
2. As No. 3 [V.L. J? son],
2 Ch. ii. 1 8 Mahalath the daughter of Jerimoth
3. Daughter, child, descendant, nj bath.
Gen. ii. 29 Nahor s wife, Milcah, the daughter of
20. 12 indeed . .she (is) the daughter of my fath.
20. 12 but not the daughter of my mother ; and
24. 23 Whose daughter (art) thou ? tell me, I
24. 24 I (am) the daughter of Bethuel the son of
24. 47 I asked her, and said, Whose daughter
24. 47 The daughter of Bethuel, Nahor s son
24. 48 to take my master s brother s daughter
25. 20 the daughter of Bethuel the Syrian of
26. 34 Judith the daughter of Been the Hittite
26. 34 Bashemath the daughter of Elon the
28. 9 Mahalath the daughter of Ishmael, A.
29. 6 Rachel his daughter cometh with the s.
29. 10 when Jacob saw Rachel the daughter of L.
29. 18 serve thee seven yearsfor. .thy. .daughter
29. 23 he took Leah his daughter, and brought
29. 24 Laban gave unto his daughter Leah
29. 28 he gave him Rachel his daughter to wife
29. 29 Laban gave to Rachel his daughter Bilhah
30. 21 afterwards she bare a daughter, and
34. i Dinah the daughter of Leah, which she
34. 3 clave unto Dinah the daughter of Jacob
34. 5 that he had defiled Dinah his daughter
34. 7 folly, .in lying with Jacob s daughter
34. 8 my son Shechem longeth for your daugh.
34. 17 then will we take our daughter, and we
34. 19 because he had delight in Jacob s daugh.
36. 2 Adah the daughter of Elon the Hittite
36. 2 Aholibamah the daughter of Anah
36. 2 the daughter of Zibeon the Hivite
36. 3 Bashemath Ishmael s daughter, sister of
36. 14 the daughter of Anah, the daughter of Z.
36. 1 8 Aholibamah the daughterof Anah, Esau s
36 25 and Aholibamah the daughter of Anah
36. 39 the daughter of Matred, the daughter of
?8. 2 Judah saw there a daughter of a certain
38. 12 the daughter of Shuah, Judah s wife, died
41. 45, so Asenath the daughter of Poti-pherah
46. 15 the sons of. .Jacob., with his daughter
46 18 whom Laban gave to Leah his daughter
46. 20 Asenath the daughter of Poti-pherah priest
46. 25 which Laban gave unto Rachel his daug.
Eiod. 1. 16 if it (be) a daughter, then shall she live
i. 22 and every daughter ye shall save alive
1. i a man . . took (to wife) a daughter of Le vi
2. 5 the daughter of Pharaoh came down to
2. 7 Then said hig sister to Pharaoh s daugh.
2. 8 And Pharaoh s daughter said to her, Go
2. 9 Pharaoh s daughter said unto her, Take
2. 10 she brought him unto Pharaoh s daugh.
2. 21 and he gave Moses Zlpporah his daugh.
6. 23 took him Elisheba, daughter of Ammina.
20. 10 thou, nor thy son, nor thy daughter, thy
21. 7 if a man sell his daughter to be a maid
21. 31 have gored a son; or have gored a daugh.
Ley. 12. 6 for a son, or for a daughter, she shall
1 8. 9 the daughter of thy father, or daughter
18. 10 son s daughter, or of thy daughter s dau.
1 8. ii nakedness of thy father s wife s daughter
18. 17 the nakedness of a woman and her daug.
1 8. 17 son s daughter, or her daughter s daugh.
39. 29 Do not prostitute thy daughter, to cause
20. 17 father s daughter, or his mother s daugh.
21. 2 for his son, and for his daughter, and for
21. 9 the daughter of any priest, if she profane
22. 12 If the priest s daughter also be (married)
22. 13 if the priest s daughter be a widow, or
24. 1 1 name (was) Shelomith, the daughterof D.
Nuni25. 15 Cozbi, the daughter of Zur : he (was)
25. 1 8 Cozbi, the daughterof a prince of Midian
26. 46 name of the daughter of Asher (was) Sa.
26. 59 Jochebed, the daughter of Levi, whom
27. 8 inheritance to pass unto his daughter
27. 9 if he have no daughter, then ye shall
30. 16 between the father and his daughter
36. 8 every daughter, that possesseth an inherit.
Deut. 5.14 thou, nor thy son, nor thy daughter, nor
7. 3 thy daughter thou shalt not give unto his
7. 3 his daughter shalt thou take unto thy son
12. 18 thou, and thy son, and thy daughter, and
13. 6 thy mother, or thy son, or thy daughter
16. n, 14 thou, and thy sou, and thy daughter
1 8. 10 that maketh his sou or- his daughter to
22. 16 I gave my daughter unto this man to wife
22. 17 saying, I found not thy daughter a maid
22. 17 (are the tokens of) my daughter s virgin.
27. 22 daughter of his father, or the daughter
28. 56 toward her son, and toward her daughter
Josh. 15. 16 to him will I give Achsah mydaughterto
15. 17 he gave him Achsah his daughter to wife
Judg. i. 12 to him will I give Achsah my daughter
1. 13 he gave him Achsah his daughter to wife
ii. 34 his daughter came out to meet him with
ii. 34 beside her he had neither son nordaugh.
ii. 35 Alas, my daughter ! thou hast brought
ii. 40 to lament the daughter of Jephthah the
19. 24 (here is) my daughter, a maiden, and his
21. i There shall not any of us give his daug.
Ruth 2. 2 And she said unto her, Go, my daughter
2. 8 Hearest thou not, my daughter? Go not to
2. 22 (It is) good, my daughter that thou go
3. i My daughter, shall I not seek rest for
^. 10 Blessed (be) thou of the LORD, my daug.
3. 1 1 now, my daughter, fear not ; I will do to
3. 1 6 Who (art) thou, my daughter? And she
3. 1 8 Sit still, my daughter, until thou know
1 Sa. i. 16 Count not thine handmaid for a daughter
14. 50 Saul s wife (was) Ahinoam, the daughter
17. 25 will give him his daughter, and make his
1 8. 17 Behold my elder daughter Merab, her
1 8. 19 at the time when Merab, Saul s daughter
1 8. 20 Saul s daughter, loved David : and they
1 8. 27 Saul gave him Michal his daughter
:8. 28 and (that) Michal, Saul s daughter, loved
25. 44 Saul had given Michal his daughter, D. s
2 Sa. 3. 3 the son of Maacah the daughter of Tal.
3. 7 whose name (was) Rizpah, the daughter
3. 13 thou first bring Michal Saul s daughter
6. 1 6 Michal, Saul s daughter, looked through
6. 20 Michal the daughter of Saul came out to
6. 23 Michal the daughterof Saul had no child
11. 3 Bath-sheba, the daughter of Eliam
12. 3 and was unto him as a daughter
14. 27 and one daughter, whose name (was) T.
17. 25 went in to Abigail the daughter of Na.
21. 8 took the two sous of. .the daughter of A.
21. 8 five sons of Michal the daughter of Saul
21. 10 Rizpah the daughter of Aiah took sackc.
21. 1 1 Rizpah the daughter of Aiah the concu.
1 Ki. 3. i took Pharaoh s daughter, and brought her
4. ii which had Taphath the daughter of Sol.
4. 15 took Basmath the daughter of Solomon to
7. 8 made also an house for Pharaoh s daugh.
9. 16 given it (for) a present unto his daughter
9. 24 Pharaoh s daughter came up out of the
ii. i together with the daughter of Pharaoh
15. 2, 10 name (was) Maachah, the daughter of
16. 31 to wife Jezebel, the daughter of Lthbaal
22. 42 Azubah, the daughter of Shilhi
2 Ki. 8. 18 for the daughter of Ahab was his wife
8. 26 Athaliah, the daughter of Omriking of I.
9. 34 and bury her ; for she (is) a king s daugh.
ii. 2 Jehosheba, the daughter of king Joram
14. 9 Give thy daughter to my son to wife
1 5 . 33 name (was) Jerusha, the daughter of Zad.
1 8. 2 Abi, the daughter of Zachariah
19. 21 the daughter of Zion hath despised thee
19. 21 the daughter of Jerusalem hath shaken
21. 19 Meshullemeth, the daughter of Haruz
22. i name (was) Jedidah, the daughter of Ad.
23. 10 no man might make his son or his daug.
23. 31 name (was) Hamutal, the daughter of J
23. 36 name (was) Zebudah, the daughter of P
24. 8 name (was) Nehusta, the daughter of E.
24. 1 8 Hamutal, the daughter of Jeremiah of L.
1 Ch. i. 50 the daughter of Matred, the daughter of
2. 3 the daughter of Shua the C anaanitess
2. 21 Hezron went in to the daughter
2. 35 Sheshan gave his daughter to Jarha
2. 49 the daughter of Caleb (was) Achsa
3. 2 the daughter of Talmai kins of Geshur
3. 5 four, of Bath-shua the daughter of Anim.
4. 18 the daughter of Pharaoh, which Mered
7. 24 his daughter (was) Sherah, who built
15. 29 Michal the daughterof Saul, looking
2 Ch. 8. ii Solomon brought up the daughter of
ii. 18 the daughter. . Abihail the daughter
a Ch.n. 20 he took Maachah the daughter of AbsaL
ii. 21 loved Maachah the daughter of Absalom
13. 2 Michaiah the daughter of I riel of Gibe.
20. 31 name (was) Azubah the daughter of Shi.
21. 6 for he had the daughter of Ahab to wife
22. 2 (was) Athaliah the daughter of Omri
22. ii Jehoshabeath, the daughter of the king
25. 18 Give thy daughter to my son to ife
27. i (was) Jerushah, the daughter of Zadok
29. i name (was) Abijah, the daughter of Ze_h.
Neh. 6. 18 Johanan had taken the daughter of
Esth. 2. 7 Hadassah, that (is), Esther, his uncle s da.
2. 7 whom Mordecai. .took for his own daug.
2. 15 Esther, the daughter of Abihail the
2. 15 Mordecai, who had taken her for his dau.
9. 29 Esther the queen, the daughter of Abih.
Psa. 9. 14 in the gates of the daughter of Zion
45. 10 Hearken, O daughter, and consider
45. 12 the daughter of Tyre (shall be there)
45. 13 The King s daughter (is) all glorious
137. 8 O daughter of Babylon, who art to be
Song 7. i How beautiful are thy feet .. O .. daughter !
Isa. i. 8 the daughter of Zion is left as a cottage
10. 30 Lift up thy voice, O daughter of Gallim
10. 32 the mount of the daughter of Zion
16. i unto the mount of the daughter of Zion
22. 4 the spoiling of the daughter of my people
23. 10 Pass through thy land . . O daughter of T.
23. 12 O thou oppressed virgin, daughter of Zi.
37. 22 the daughter of Ziou . . the daughter of J.
47. i sit in the dust, O virgin Uaughter of B.
47. i (there is) uo throne, O daughter of the
47. 5 get thee into darkness, O daughter of the
52. 2 loose thyself. .O captive daughter of Zi.
62. ii Say ye to the daughter of Zion, Behold
Jer. 4. ii wilderness toward the daughter of my
4. 31 the voice of the daughter of Zion, (that) 6.2! have likened the daughterof Zion to
6. 23 for war, against thee, O daughter of Zion
6. 26 O daughter of my people, gird (thee) with
8. ii healed the hurt of the daughter of my
8. 19 the voice of the cry of the daughter of
8. 21 For the hurt of the daughter of my peo.
8. 22 is not the health of the daughter of my
9. i the slain of the daughter of my people ?
9. 7 how shall I do for the daughter of my
14. 17 the virgin daughter of my people is
31. 22 How long wilt thou go about, O. .daugh.?
46. ii take balm, O virgin, the daughter of Eg.
46. 19 O thou daughter dwelling in Egypt
46. 24 The daughter of Egypt shall be confoun.
48. 18 Thou daughter that dost inhabit Dibon
49. 4 Wherefore gloriest thou . . backsliding d.
50. 42 against thee, O daughter of Babylon
51. 33 The daughter of Babylon (is)likea threfih.
52. i name (was) Hamutal, the daughter of
Lam. i. 6 from the daughter of Zion all her beauty
1. 15 trodden the virgin, the daughter of Jud.
2. i the Lord covered the daughter of Zion
2. 3. the strongholds of the daughter of Judah
2. 4 the tabernacle of the daughter of Zion
2. 5 hath increased in the daughter of Judah
2. 8 destroy the wall of the daug liter of Zion
2. 10 The elders of the daughter of Zion sit
2. ii destruction of the daughter of my people
2. 13 I liken to thee, O daughter of Jerusalem?
2. 13 comfort thee, O virgin daughter of Zion?
2. 15 wag their head at the daughter of Jerus.
2. 18 O wall of the daughter of Zion, let tears
5. 48 destruction of the daughterof my people
4. 3 the daughter of my people (is become)
4. 6 the iniquity of the daughter of my people
4. 10 destruction of the daughter of my people
4. 21 Rejoice and be glad, O daughter of Edom
4. 22 The punishment, .is accomplished, O dau.
4. 22 visit thine iniquity, O daughter of Edom
Eze. 14. 20 shall deliver neither son nor daughter
16. 44 saying, As (is) the mother, (so is) her da.
16. 45 Thou (art) thy mother s daughter, that
22. ii humbled his sister, his father s daughter
44. 25 or for mother, or for son, or for daughter
Dan. ii. 6 the king s daughter of the south shall
11. 17 he shall give him the daughterof women
Hos. i. 3 and took Corner the daughter of
i. 6 she conceived again, and bare a daughter
Mic. 1.13 the beginning of the sin to the daughter
4. 8 the stronghold of the daughter of Zion
4. 8 shall come to the daughter of Jerusalem
4. 10 labour to bring forth, O daughter of Zion
4. 13 Arise and thresh, O daughter of Zion
5. i Now gather thyself . .O daughter of troops
7. 6 the daughter riseth up against her moth.
Zeph. 3. 10 (even) the daughter of my dispersed, shall
3. 14 Sing, O daughter of Zion ; shout, O Israel
3. 14 Be glad and rejoice. .O daughter of Jer.
Zech. 2. 7 dwellest (with) the daughter of Babylon
2. 10 Sing and rejoice, O daughter of Zion
9. 9 Rejoice, daughter of Zion ; shout, O dang.
Mai. 2. 1 1 hath married the daughter of a strange
^.Daughter, Gvydrrjp thuaater.
Matt 9. 18 My daughter is even now dead : but come
9. 22 Daughter, be of good comfort ; thy faith
10. 35 the daughter against her mother, and the
10. 37 he that loveth son or daughter more than
14. 6 the daughter of Herodias danced before
15. 22 my daughter is grievously vexed with :i
15. 28 her daughter made whole from that
Mark
5. 20 nor uauguier was maae wnoie irom HUM
n. 5 Tell ye the daughter of Zion, Behold, thy
5. 34 Daughter, thy faith hath made thee whole
5. 35 Thy daughter is dead : why troublest
6. 22 when the daughter of the said Herodias
DAUGHTER
Mark 7. 26 cast forth the devil out of her daughter
7. 29 the devil is gone out of thy daughter
7. 30 and her [daughter] laid upon the bed
Luke i. 5 his wife (was) of the daughters of Aaron
2. 36 Anna, a prophetess, the daughter of Pha.
8. 42 he had one only daughter, about twelve
8. 48 Daughter, be of good comfort : thy faith
8. 49 Thy daughter is dead ; trouble not the
12. 53 against the daughter, and the daughter
13. 16 this woman, being a daughter of Abraham
John 12. 15 Kear not, daughter of Sion : behold, thy
Acts 7. 21 Pharaoh s daughter took him up, and
Heb. ii. 24 to be called the son of Pharaoh s daughter
DAUGHTER, little or young
Little or young daughter, Ovydrpiov thugatrion.
Mark 5. 23 My little daughter lieth at the point of d
7. 25 a (certain) woman, whose young daughter
DAUGHTER IN LAW
I. Bride, spouse, son s wife, n^j kallah.
Gen. ii. 31 Sarai his daughter in law, his son Abram s
38. 1 1 said Judah to Tamar his daughter in law
38. 16 knew not that she (was) his daughter in la.
38. 24 Tamar thy daughter in law hath played
Lev. 18. 15 the nakedness of thy daughter in law
20. 12 if a man lie with his daughter in law
Ruth i. 6 Then she arose with her daughters in law
i. 7 her two daughters in law with her ; and
i. 8 Naomi said iunto.her two daughters in law
1. 22 Ruth the Moabitess, her daughter in law
2. 20 And Naomi said unto her daughter in law
2. 22 Naomi said unto Ruth her daughter in la.
4. 15 for thy daughter in law, which loveth thee
i Sa. 4. 19 his daughter-in-law, Phinehas wife
i Ch. 2. 4 Tamar his daughter in law bare him P.
Eze. 22. ii hath lewdly defiled his daughter in law
Mic. 7. 6 the daughter in law against her mother
2. Veiled one, bride, spouse, i>i>n.<pri numphe.
Mattio. 35 the daughter in law against her mother
Lukeia. 53 mother in law against her daughter in la.
12. 53 the daughter in law against her mother
DAUGHTERS
1. Daughters, descendants, ni:j banoth.
Gen. 5. 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19 begat sons and daughters
5. 22, 26, 30 and begat sons and daughters
6. i and daughters were born unto them
6. 2 the sons of God saw the daughters of men
6. 4 sons of God came in unto the daughters
ii. n, 13, 15, 17, 10, 21 begat sons and daughters
ii. 23, 25 and begat sons and daughters
19. 8 I have two daughters which have not
19. 12 soninlaw, and thy sons, and thy daughters
19. 14 sons in law, which married his daughters
19. 15 take thy wife, and thy two daughters
19. 16 upon the hand of his two daughters
19. 30 dwelt in the mountain, and his two dau.
19. 30 dwelt in a cave, he and his two daughters
19. 36 Thus were both the daughters of Lot with
24. 3 thou shall not take, .of the daughters
24. 13 the daughters of the men of the city come
24. 37 take a wife to my son of the daughters
27. 46 weary of my life because of the daughters
27. 46 if Jacob take a wife of the daughters of
27. 46 such as these (which are) of the daughters
28. i, 6 Thou shaltnot take a wife of the daug.
28. 2 a wife from thence of the daughters of
28. 8 Esau seeing that the daughters of Canaan
29. 1 6 Laban had two daughters : the name of
30. 13 for the daughters will call me blessed
31. 26 carried away my daughters, as captives
31. 28 to kiss my sons and my daughters
31. 31 thou wouldest take by force thy daughters
31. 41 fourteen years for thy two daughters
31. 43 (These) daughters (are) my daughters
31. 43 what can I do this day unto these my dau.
31. 50 If theu shalt afflict my daughters, or if
31. 50 take (other) wives besides my daughters
31. 55 kissed his sons and his daughters, and
34. i went out to see the daughters of the laud
34. 9 (and) give your daughters unto us
34. 9 and take our daughters unto you
34. 16 Then will we give our daughters unto
34. 1 6 we will take your daughters to us, and
34. 21 let us take their daughters to us for wives
34. 21 and let us give them our daughters
36. 2 Esau took his wives of the daughters of
36. 6 his wives and his sons, and his daught.
37. 35 all his sons and all his daughters rose up
46. 7 his daughters, and his sons daughters
46. 15 all the souls of his sons and his daughters
Exod. 2. 16 the priest of Midian had seven daughters
2. 20 he said unto his daughters, And where
3. 22 uponyoursons, and upon your daughters
6. 25 took him (one) of the daughters of Putiel
10. 9 with our sons and with our daughters
21. 4 and she have born him sons or daughters
21. 9 with her after the manner of daughters
32. 2 of your sons, and of your daughters, and
34. 1 6 thou take of their daughters unto thy
34. 16 their daughters go a whoring after their
Lev. 10. 14 and thy sons, and thy daughters with thee
26. 29 the flesh of your daughters shall ye eat
.NumiS. ii to thy sons and to thy daughters with
18. 19 and thy sons and thy daughters with thee
21. 29 his daughters, into captivity unto Sihon
25. i to commit whoredom with the daughters
26. 33 the son of Hepher had no sons, but daug.
26. 33 the names of the daughters of Zelophehad
27. i Then came the daughters of Zelophehad
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Nuni27. i these (are) the names of his daughters
27. 7 The daughters of Zelophehad speak right
36. 2 give the inheritance . . unto his daughters
36. 6 concerning the daughters of Zelopht-had
36. 10 so did the daughters of Zelophehad
36. ii daughters of Zelophehad, were married
Deut 12. 12 ye, and your sons, and your daughters
12. 31 their sons and their daughters they have
23. 17 There shall be no whore of the daughters
28. 32 Thysonsandthydaughters(ghallbe)given
28. 41 Thou shalt beget sons and daughters
28. 53 flesh of thy sons and of thy daughters
32. 19 provoking of his sons and of his daught.
Josh. 7. 24 his sons, and his daughters, and his oxen
1 7. 3 But Zelophehad . . had no sons, but daugh.
17. 3 these (are) the names of his daughters
17. 6 the daughters of Manasseh had an inher.
Judg. 3. 6 they took their daughters to be their
11. 40 the daughters of Israel went yearly to
12. 9 and thirty daughters, (whom) he sent
12. 9 took in thirty daughters from abroad for
14. i, 2 a woman in Timnath of the daughters
14. 3 (Is there) never a woman among the da.
21. 7 we will not give them of our daughters
21. 1 8 may not give them wives of our daught.
21. 21 if the daughters of Shiloh come out to
21. 21 catch, .every man his wife of the.daughters
Ruth i. ii Turn again, my daughters ; why will ye
i. 12 Turn again, my daughters, go (your way)
1. 13 nay, my daughters ; for it grieveth me
1 Sa. i. 4 to all her sons and her daughters
2. 21 and bare three sons and two daughters
8. 13 he will take your daughters (to be) con.
14. 49 the names of his two daughters (were
30. 3 wives, and their sons, and their daughters
30. 6 every man for his sons and for his daugh.
30. 19 neither sons nor daughters, neither spoil
2 Sa. i. 20 lest the daughters of the Philistines
i. 20 lest the daughters of the uncircumcised
i. 24 Ye daughters of Israel, weep over Saul
5. 13 there were yet sons and daughters born
13. 1 8 with such robes were the king s daughters
19. 5 lives of thy sons and of thy daughters
2 Ki.i7. 17 they caused their sons and their daught.
1 Ch. 2. 34 Now Sheshan had no sons, but daughters
4. 27 Shimei had sixteen sons and six daught.
7. 15 Zelophehad : and Zelophehad had daugh.
14 3 and David begat more sons and daughters
23. 22 Eleazar died, and had no sons, but daug.
25. 5 to Heman fourteen sons and three daug.
2 Ch. 2. 14 son of a woman of the daughters of Dau
ii. 21 eight sons, and threescore daughters
13. 21 twenty and two sons, and sixteen daugh.
24. 3 and.he begat sons aud daughters
28. 8 hundred thousand, women, sons, and da.
29. q our sons aud our daughters and our wives
31. 18 wives, and their sons, and their daught.
Ezra 2 61 which took a wife of the daughters of B.
q. 2 they have taken of their daughters for
9. 12 give not your daughters unto their sons
9. 12 neither take their daughters unto your
Neh. 3. 12 repaired Shallum. .he and his daughters
4. 14 your sons, and your daughters, your
5. 2 We, our sons, and our daughters, (are)
5. 5 into bondage our sons and our daughters
5. 5 (some) of our daughters are brought unto
7 63 took (one) of the daughters of Barzillai
10. 28 their wives, their sons, and their daught.
10. 30 that we would not give our daughters
10. 30 nor take tneir daughters for our sons
13. 25 Ye shall not give your daughters unto
13. 25 nor take their daughters unto your sons
Job i. 2 unto him seven sons and three daughters
i. 13 a day when his sons and his daughters
1. 18 Thy sons and thy daughters (were) eating
42. 13 had also seven sons and three daughters
42. 15 no women found (so) fair as the daughters
Psa. 45. 9 Kings daughters (were) among thy
48. ii let the daughters of Judah be glad
97. 8 the daughters of Judah rejoiced because
1 06. 37 sacrificed their sons and their daughters
106. 38 blood of their sons and of their daughters
144. 12 (that) our daughters (may be) as corner
Prov 30. 15 The horse leach hath two daughters
31. 29 Many daughters have done virtuously
Eccl.i2. 4 the daughters of music shall be brought
Song i. 5 I (am) black, but comely, O ye daughters
2. 2 so (is) my love among the daughters
2. 7 I charge you, O ye daughters of Jerusa.
3. 5 I charge you, O ye daughters of Jerusa.
3. 10 the midst, .(with) love, for the daughters
3. ii Go forth, ye daughters of Zion, and
5. 8 I charge you, O daughters of Jerusalem
5. 16 This (is) my friend, O daughters of Jerus.
6. 9 The daughters saw her, aud blessed her
8. 4 I charge you, O daughters of Jerusalem
Isa. 3. 16 Because the daughters of Ziou are haugh.
3. 17 crown of the head of the daughters of Z.
4. 4 the LORD . . away the filth of the daughters
16. 2 (so) the daughters of Moab shall be at
32. 9 hear my voice, ye careless daughters
43. 6 bring my sons from far, and my daughters
49. 22 thy daughters shall be carried upon
56. 5 name better than of sons and of daugh.
60. 4 thy daughters shall be nursed at (thy)
Jer. 3. 24 their flocks, .their sons and their daugh.
5. 17 (which) thy sons and thy daughters should
7. 31 to burn their sons and their daughters in
9. 20 teach your daughters wailing, and every
11. 22 their sons and their daughters shall die
14. 16 wives, nor their sons, nor their daughters
16. 2 neither shalt thou have sons or daughters
DAVID
Jer. 16. 3 concerning the daughters that are born
19. 9 the flesh of their daughters, and they
29. 6 Take ye wives, and beget sons and daugh.
29. 6 give your daughters to husbands
29. 6 that they may bear sons and daughters
32. 35 to cause their sons and their daughters
35. 8 we, our wives, our song, nor our daugh.
41. 10 (even) the king s daughters, and all the
43. 6 women, and children, and the king s da.
48. 46 sons are taken captives, and thy daugh.
49. 2 her daughters shall be burnt with tire
49. 3 cry, ye daughters of Rabbah, gird you
Lam. 3. 51 because of all the daughters of my city
Eze. 13 . 17 set thy face against the daughters of thy
14. 16, 18 shall deliver neither sons nor daugh.
14. 22 be brought forth, (both) sons and daugh.
16. 20 thou hast taken thy sons and thy daugh.
16. 27 the daughters of the Philistines, which
16. 46 she and her daughters that dwell at thy
16. 46 younger sister. .Sodom and her daughters
1 6. 48 Sodom, .hath not. .nor her daughters
16. 48 as thou hast done, thou andthy daughters
1 6. 49 abundance of idleness was . .in her daugh.
16. 53 the captivity of Sodom and her daughters
16. 53 the captivity of Samaria and her daugh.
16. 55 Sodom and her daughters, shall return to
16. 55 and Samaria and her daughters
16. 55 then thou and thy daughters shall return
1 6. 57 (thy) reproach of the daughters of Syria
16. 57 the daughters of the Philistines, which
16. 61 I will give them unto thee for daughters
23. 2 two women, the daughters of one mother
23. 4 and they bare sons and daughters
23. 10 they took her sons and her daughters, and
23. 25 they shall take thy sons and thy daugh.
23. 47 shall slay their sons and their daughters
S4. 21 your sons and your daughters whom ye
24. 25 they set. .their sons and their daughters
26. 6 her daughters which (are) in the field
tf>. 8 shall slay with the sword thy daughters
30. 18 and her daughters shall go into captivity
32. 16 the daughters of the nations shall lament
32. 18 (even) her, and the daughters of the
Hos. 4. 13 your daughters shall commit whoredom
4. 14 I will not punish your daughters when
Joel 2. 28 sons and your daughters shall prophesy
3. 8 I will sell your sous and your daughters
Ames 7. 17 thy sous and thy daughters shall fall by
2. Daughter, descendant, 6vydrrjp thugater.
Luke23. 28 Daughters of Jerusalem, weep not for me
Acts 2. 17 sous and your daughters shall prophesy
21. 9 the same man had fourdaughters, virgins
2 Co. 6. 1 8 ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith
3. Child, TtKvov teknon.
i Pe. 3. 6 whose daughters ye are as long as ye do
DA-VID, -n-n, nn, Aa/5, AavtiS beloved.
Youngest son of one Jesse of Bethlehem-Ephratali in
the land of Judah, born B.C. 1086. He had seven older
brothers and two sisters, Zeruiah and Abigail (who is
however called in 2 Sa. 17 25 the daughter of Xahaxh).
His mother s name is not mentioned ; perhaps she was
the daughter, sister, or concubine of Nahash king of
Ainmon, whom Jesse married in his advanced years
(i Sa. 17. 12). This would account for the kindness
David received from Nahash and his son Shobi (2 Sa.
10. 2 ; 17. 27 ; Psa. 51. 5). We can only give a brief
summary of his eventful life. He was tending his
father s sheep when sent for and anointed by Samuel,
after whith he received the Spirit, was sent for by Saul
and made his armour bearer and musician (i Sa. xvi.
J ;
he engages to conquer Goliath, and succeeds (ch. xvii.);
Jonathan loves him, but Saul envies him, and to entrap
him gives him Michal his daughter for a wife (ch.xviii.);
while Jonathan befriendshim,Saulassaultshim, and he
escapes to Naioth (ch. xix.) ; he and Jonathan make a
covenant, but Saul remains perverse, and David and
Jonathan separate (ch. xx.) ; David resides at Nob and
at Gath, (ch. xxi.); and then in the cave of Adullam,
at Mizpah, and at the forest of Hareth, when Saul and
Doeg slay the priests, Ac. (ch. xxii.) ; David resides at
Keilah. in the wilderness of Ziph, at the hill of Hachilah,
and in the wilderness of Maon (ch. xxiii.) ; and
at En-gedi he spares Saul s life (ch. xxiv.);; Samuel
dies; Nabal is churlish, but Abigail prudeut, so
that when Nabal dies David marries her (ch. xxv.) ;
at Hachilah David spares Saul s life (ch. xxvi.) ;
and a second time at Gath, where he is trusted
by Achish (ch. xxvii.); but being suspected by the
Philistines he is dismissed by him (ch. xxix); David
overtakes the Amalekites and defeats them (ch. xxx.) ;
receives tidings of the death of Saul and Jonathan,
and eulogises them (2 Sa. i.) ; is made king over Judah
at Hebron, when a contest takes place between the
men of Joab and those of Abner (ch. ii.) ; the latter
having come over to David, is slain by the former, but
lamented by David (ch. iii.); he also punishes the
murderers of Ishbosheth (ch. iv.), and becomes king
of all Israel, takes Zion from the Jebusites, is helped
by Hiram, and twice defeats the Philistines (ch. v.) :
bringing the ark to Zion he is despised by Michal
(ch. vi.) : designing to build the temple, he is praised,
yet restrained, and blessed (ch. vii.); he conquers
successively the Philistines, Moabites, Syrians, and
Edomites (ch. viii) ; is kind to Mephibosheth (ch. ix.) ;
overcomes the Ammonites and Syrians (ch. x.) ; but
offends against Uriah, and at last marries Bath-sheba
(ch. xf.) ; Nathan puts a parable before him, his child
dies, Solomon is born, and Rabbah captured (ch. xii.) ;
conduct of Amnon, Tamar, and Absalom (ch. xiv.);
Absalom s artifice, conspiracy, and David s flight (ch.
DAVID
xv.); Zeba s deceit, and Shimei s cursing (2 Sa.
1-14); Hushai and Ahithophel (a Sam 16. 15-17.14);
David s secret information, Ahithophel s death,
Absalom s conduct; and kiudness shown to David at
Mahanaim (2 Sa. 17. 15-29.) ; battle, with death of
Absalom, and grief of David (ch. xviii.) ; Joah s appeal,
and conduct of Shimei, Mephibosheth, Barzillai, aud
Israel (ch. \\\.) ; revolt and death of Sheba (ch. xx.);
the Gibeonites complaint, and war with the Philistines
(ch. xxi.); David s thanksgiving (Psa. xx.) ; his last
words, aud list of his mighty men (ch. xxiii.); he num
bers the people, and chooses the pestilence ; conduct
of Arauuah (ch. xxiv.); Adonijah presumes, but Solo
mon is anointed king ; his promise to Adouijah (i Ki.
i.); David dies, B.C. 1016, aged 70, after reigning 7
years in Hebron and 33 in Jerusalem. Seventy-five of
the Psalms have his name prefixed to them, and
remain imperishable monuments of his poetic genius,
and his unfeigned piety, repentance, and hope in God,
though marred by grievous follies aud crimes against
both God and man.
Kuth 4. 17 the father of Jesse, the father of D.
4. 22 And Obed begat Jesse, and Jesse begat D.
i Sa. 16. 13 the Spirit of the LORD came upon D.
16. 19 Send me D. thy son, which (is) with the
16. 20 Jesse, .sent (them) by D. his son unto S.
16. 21 D. came to Saul, and stood before him
16. 22 Let D., I pray thee, stand before me
16. 23 D. tookan harp, and played with hishand
17. 12 D. (was) the son of that Ephrathite of B.
17. 14 D. (was) the youngest: and the three eldest
17. 15 D. . returned from Saul to feed his fath.
17. 17 And Jesse said unto D. his son
17. 20 Aud D. rose up early in the morning
17. 22 D. left his carriage in the hand of the
17. 23 Goliath, .spake, .the same words : and D.
17. 26 D. spake to the men that stood by him
17. 28 Eliab s anger was kindled against D., and
17. 29 And D. said, What have I now done?
17. 31 when the words were heard which D.
17. 32 D. said to Saul, Let no man s heart fail
17. 33 Saul said to D., Thou art not able
17. 34 D. said. .Thy servant kept his father s
17. 37 D. said moreover, The LORD, .will deliver
17. 37 Saul said unto D., Go, aud the LORD be
17. 38 And Saul armed D. with his armour
17. 39 And L>. girded his sword upon his armour
17. 39 And D. said. .1 cannot go with these
17. 39 And D. put them off him
17. 41 the Philistine came on and drew, .unto D.
17. 42 when the Philistine, .saw D.,hedisdained
17. 43 the Philistine said unto D., (Am) I a dog
17. 43 And the Philistine cursed D. by his gods
17. 44 the Philistine said to D., Come to me
17. 45 said D. .Thoucomest to me with a sword
17. 48 drew nigh to meet D., that 1). hasted
17. 49 And D. put his hand in his bag
17. 50 D. prevailed over the Philistine with a
17. 50 (there was) no sword in the hand of D.
17. 51 Therefore D. ran, and stood upon the P.
17. 54 And D. took the head of the Philistine
17. 55 Saul saw D. go forth against the Philis.
17. 57 D. returned from the slaughter of the P.
17. 58 D. answered, (I am)the son ofthyservt. ,1.
18. i soul of Jona. was knit with the soul of D.
1 8. 3 Then Jonathan aud D. made a covenant
1 8. 4 himself of the robe, .and gave it to D.
18. 5 and D. went out whithersoever Saul sent
18. 6 when D. was returned from the slaughter
18. 7 Saul hath slain his thousands, and D. his
18. 8 They have ascribed unto D. ten thousands
18. 9 Saul eyed D. from that day and forward
18. 10 D. played withhis hand, as at other times
18. ii I will smite D. even to the wall
18. ii And.D. avoided out of his presence twice
18. 12 Saul was afraid of D., because the LORD
18. 14 D. behaved himself wisely in all his ways
18. 16 But all Israel aud Judah loved D.
18. 17 Saul said to D., Behold my. .daughter M.
18. 18 And D. said unto Saul, Who (am) I >.
18. 19 Merab. .should have been given to D.
18. 20 And Michal, Saul s daughter, loved D.
18. 21 Saul said to D.,Thou shall .be myson-in-1.
18. 22 Commune with D. secretly, and say, Be.
1 8. 23 spake those words in the ears of D.
18. 24 told him. .On this manner spake D.
1 8. 25 And Saul said. Thus shall ye say to D.
18. 25 But Saul thought to make D. fall
18. 26 And when his servant s told D. these
1 8. 26 it pleased D. well to be the king s son-in-1.
1 8. 27 D. arose aud went, he and his men
18. 27 D. brought their foreskins, and they gave
18. 28 Saul, .knew that the LORD (was) with D.
18. 29 Saul was yet the more afraid of D.
1 8. 29 and Saul became D s enemy continually
1 8. 30 D. behaved himself more wisely than all
19. i to. .his servants, that they should kill D.
19. 2 Jonathan , Saul s son , delighted much in D.
19. 2 Jonathan told D. .my father seeketh to
19. 4 Jonathan spake good of D. unto Saul his
19. 4 Let not the king sin . . against D.
19. 5 wherefore . . wilt thou . . slay D. without a
19. 7 Jonathan called D., and. .showed him
19. 7 And Jonathan brought D. to Saul
19. 8 D. went out and fought with the Philis.
19. 9 he sat. .with his javelin, .and D. played
19. 10 Saul sought to smite D. even to UU wall
19. 10 and D. fled, and escaped that night
19. ii Saul also sent messengers unto D. s house
19. ii and Michal, D. s wife, told him, saying
19. 12 So Michal let D. down through a window
19. 14 And when Saul sent messengers to take D.
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i Sa. 19. 15 Saul sent the messengers (again) to see D.
19. 18 D. tied, and escaped, and came to Samuel
19. 19 Behold, D. (is) at Naioth in Kamah
19. 20 Aud Saul seut messengers to take D.
19. 22 he asked and said, Where (are) S. and I).?
20. i aud D. fled from Naioth in Kamah
20. 3 D. sware. .and said, Thy father certainly
20. 4 said Jonathan unto I)., Whatsoever thy
20. 5 D. said unto Jonathan, .to morrow (is)
20. 6 D. . .asked, .that he might run to Beth-le.
20. 10 said D. to Jonathan, Who shall tell me?
20. 1 1 Jonathan said unto D. . .let us go out into
20. 12 Jonathan said unto D., O LORD God of Is.
20. 12 and, behold, (if there be) good toward D.
20. 15 the LORD hath cut off the enemies of D.
20. 16 J. made (a covenant) with the house of D.
20. 16 Let the LORD., require.. at|the hand/of D. s
20. 17 And Jonathan caused D. to swear again
20. 18 Jonathan said to I)., To morrow (is) the
20. 24 So U. hid himself in the field
20. 25 Abner sat by Saul s side, and D. s place
20. 27 on the morrow. . D. s place was empty
20. 28 D. . .asked (leave) of me (to go) to Beth-le
20. 33 it was determined of his father to slay D.
20. 34 he was grieved for D., because his fathet
20. 35 went out. .at the time appointed with D.
20. 39 only Jonathan and D. knew the matter
20. 41 D. arose out of (a place) toward the south
20. 41 wept one with another, until D. exceeded
20. 42 And Jonathan said to D., Go in peace
21. i Then came D. to Nob to Ahimelech the
21. i Ahimelech was afraid at the meeting of I)
21. 2 D. said. .The king hath commanded me a
21. 4 And the priest answered D., aud said
21. 5 D. answered the priest, and said unto him
21. 8 D. said unto Ahimelech. .is there not. .sp
21. 9 D. said, (There is) none like that : give it
21. 10 D. arose, and fled . . for fear of Saul
21. ii (Is) not this D. the king of the land ?
21. n Saul hath slain his thousands. .D. his ten
21. 12 D. laid up these words in his heart
22. i D. . . departed thence, aud escaped to . . A.
22. 3 Aud D. went thence to Mizpeh of Moab
22. 4 all the while that D. was in the hold
22. 5 Gad said unto D., Abide not in the hold
22. 5 D. departed, and came into the forest of
22. 6 When Saul heard that D. was discovered
22. 14 (is so) faithful among. . thy servants as D.
22. 17 because their hand also (is) with D.
22. 20 one of the sons of Ahimelech.. fled after D.
22. 21 Abiathar showed D. that Saul had slain
22. 22 D. said unto Abiathar, I knew (it) that d.
23. i they told D. . . the Philistines fight against
23. 2 Therefore D. enquired of the LORD, say.
23. 2 Aud the LORD said unto D., Go
23. 3 D. s men said unto him. .we be afraid
23. 4 Then D. enquired of the LORD yet again
73. 5 So D. aud his men went to Keilah
23. 5 So D. saved the inhabitants of Keilah
23. 6 when Abiathar. .fled to D. to Keilah
23. 7 it was told Saul that D. was come
23. 8 Saul called all the people, .to besiege D.
23. 9 D. knew that Saul, .practised mischief
23. 10 Then said I)., O LORD God of Israel
23. 12 Then said D., Will the men of Keilah
23. 13 D. and his men. .departed out of Keilah
23. 13 it was told Saul that D. was escaped
23. 14 D. abode in the wilderness in strong holds
23. 15 And D. saw that Saul was come out
23. 15 and D. (was) in the wilderness of Ziph
23. 16 Jonathan, .arose, aud went lo D. into the
23. 18 And D. abode in the wood, and Jonathan
23. 19 Doth not D. hide himself, .in the wood
23. 24 D. and his men (were) in the wilderness
23. 25 they told D. : wherefore he came down
23. 25 he pursued after D. in the wilderness of
23. 26 and D. and his men on that side
23. 26 D. made haste to get away for fear of
23. 26 for Saul and his meu compassed D.
23. 28 Saul returned from pursuing after D.
23. 29 D. went up from thence, and dwelt in
24. i Behold, D. (is) in the wilderness of En-g.
24. 2 Then Saul . . went to seek D. and his men
24. 3 D. . .remained in the sides of the cave
24. 4 And the men of D. said unto him
24. 4 D. . .cut off the skirt of Saul s robe
24. 5 D. s heart smote him, because he. .cut
24. 7 So D. stayed his servants with these words
24. 8 D. also arose, .and went out of the cave
24. 8 D. stooped with his face to the earth
24. 9 D. said to Saul, Wherefore hearest thou
24. 9 saying, Behold, D. seeketh thy hurt ?
24. 16 when D. . .made an end of speaking these
24. 16 Saul said, (Is) this thy voice, my son D.?
24. 17 he said to D., Thou (art) more righteous
24. 22 D. sware unto Saul. And Saul went
24. 22 D. and his men gat them up unto the hold
25. i D. . . went down to the wilderness of Paran
25. 4 D. heard, .that Nabal did shear his sheep
25. 5 And D. sent out ten young men
25. 5 and I), said unto the young men
25. 8 cometh to thine haud.. to thy son D.
25. o And when D. s young men came, they
25. 9 spake, .those words in the name of I).
25. 10 And Nabal answered D. s servants, aud
25. 10 Who (is) D. ? and who(is) the sou of Jesse ?
25. 12 So D. s young men turned their way
25. 13 And 1). said unto his men, Gird ye on
25. 13 and D. also girded on his sword
25. 13 there went up after D. about four hundred
25. 14 D. sent messengers out of the wilderness
35. 20 D. and his men came down against her
DAVID
i Sa. 25. 21 Now D. hail said, Surely in vain have I
25. 22 more also do God unto the enemies of D.
25. 23 And when Abigail saw D., she hasti-d
25. 23 and fell before D. on her face, aud
25. 32 D. said to Abigail, Blessed (be) the LORD
25. 35 D. received, .(that)whichshe had brought
25. 39 And when D. heard that Nabal was dead
25. 39 And D. sent and communed with Abigail
25. 40 when the servants of D. were come to A
25. 40 D. sent us unto thee, to take thee to
25. 42 she went after the messengers of D.
25. 43 D. also took Ahinoam of Jezreel
25. 44 Saul had given . . D. s wife, to Phalli
26. i Doth not D. hide himself in the hill
26. 2 Saul arose, .to seek D. in the wilderness
26. 3 But D. abode in the wilderness ; aud he
26. 4 D. therefore sent out spies, and under
26. 5 And D. arose, and came to the place
26. 5 and D. beheld the place where Saul lay
26. 6 Then answered D., and said to Ahimelech
26. 7 So D. and Abishai came to the people
26. 8 Then said Abishai to D., God hath deliv.
26. 9 And p. said to Abishai, Destroy him not
26. 10 D. said furthermore, (As) the LoRDliveth
26. 12 D. took the spear and the cruse of water
26. 13 Then D. went over to the other side
26. 14 And D. cried to the people, and to Abner
26. 15 And D. said to Abuer, (Art) not thou
26. 17 And Saul knew D. s voice, and said
26. 17 (Is) this thy voice, my son D. ?
26. 17 And D. said, (It is) my voice, my lord
26. 21 I have sinned : return, my son D.
26. 22 D. answered and said, Behold the king s
26. 25 Then Saul said to D.
26. 25 Blessed (be) thou, my son D.
26. 25 So D. went on his way, and Saul relumed
27. i And D. said in his heart, I shall now
27. 2 And D. arose, aud he passed over with
27. 3 And D. dwelt with Achish at Gath
27. 3 D. with his two wives, Ahinoam . .and Ai
27. 4 it was told Saul that D. was fled
27. 5 And D. said unto Achish, If I have
27. 7 the time that D. dwelt in the country
27. 8 And D. and his men went up, and
27. 9 And D. smote the land, and left neither
27. 10 And D. said, Against the south of Judah
27. 1 1 D. saved neither man nor woman alive
27. ii So did D., and so (will be) his manner all
27. 12 And Achish believed D., sajing. He hath
28. i Achish said unto D., Know thou assuredly
28. 2 D. said to Achish, Surely thou shalt know
28. 2 Achish said to D., Therefore will I make
28. 17 and given it to thy neighbour, (even) to D.
29. 2 D. and his men passed on . . with Achish
29. 3 (l8)notthisD.,theservautofSaultheking
29. 5 (Is) not this D., of whom they sang one
29. 5 Saul slew his thousands, and D. his ten
29. 6 Then Achish called D., and said unto him
29. 8 And D. said unto Achish, But what have
29. 9 And Achish answered and said to D.
29. 1 1 So D. and his men rose up early to depart
30. i when D. and his men were come to Zik.
30. 3 So D. and his men came to the city
30. 4 D. and the people, .lifted up their voice
30. 5 And D. s two wives were taken captives
30. 6 And D. was greatly distressed
30. 6 but D. encouraged himself in the LORD
30. 7 And D. said to Abiathar the priest
30. 7 Abiathar brought thither the ephod to D.
30. 8 And D. enquired at the LORD, saying
30. 9 So D. went, he and the. .men that (were)
30. 10 But D. pursued, he aud four hundred
30. ii And they, .brought him to D., and gave
30. 13 D. said. .To whoni (belongest) thou f
30. 15 And D. said to him, Canst thou bring me
30. 17 And D. smote them from the twilight
30. 18 D. recovered all that the Amalekites
30. 18 and D. rescued his two wives
30. 19 they had taken to them : D. recovered
30. 20 D. took all the flocks and the herds
30. 20 and said, This is D. s spoil
30. 21 And D. came to the two hundred men
30. 21 so faint that they could not follow D.
30. 21 and they went forth to meet D.
30. 21 when D. came near.. he saluted them
30. 22 Then answered, .those that went with D.
30. 23 Then said D., Ye shall not do so
30. 26 And when D. came to Ziklag, he sent of
30. 31 where D. himself and his men were wont
2 Sa. i when D. was returned from the slaughter
. i and D. had abode two days in Ziklag
. 2 and (so) it was, when he came to D.
. 3 D. said unto him, From whence comest
. 4 D. said unto him. How went the matter?
5 D. said unto the young man that told him
. n Then D. took hold on his clothes, and
, 13 D. said unto the young man that told him
. 14 And D. said unto him, How wast thou
15 And D. called one of the young men
16 D. said unto him. Thy blood (be) upon
17 D. lamented, .over Saul and over Jonath.
2. i D. said. Whither shall I go up?
?. i D. enquired of the LORD, saying, Shall I
2. 2 D. went up thither, and his two wives
2. 3 his men that (were) with him did D. bring
^. 4 and there they anointed D. king over the
; 4 And they told D., saying, (That) the meu
2. 5 D. sent messengers unto the men of J.
2. 10 But the house of Judah followed D.
2. 1 1 tlie time that 1). was king in Hebron . . w.ii
2. 13 and the servants of D.. went out, and met
z 15 Then there arose .. twelve of the se. of D.
2 Sa. 2.
DAVID
17 A. was beaten, .before the servants of D.
30 there lacked of D. s servants nineteen ineu
31 servants of D. had smitten of Benjamin
1 the house of Saul and the house of D.
2 And unto D. were sons born in Hebron
5 And the sixth, Ithream, by Eglah, D. g
5 These were born to I), in Hebron
6 the house of Saul and the house of D.
8 have not delivered thee into the hand of D.
9 as the LORD hath sworn to D.
10 to set up the throne of D. over Israel, and
12 Abner sent messengers to D. on his behalf
14 D. sent messengers to Ish-bosheth, Saul s
17 Ye sought forD. in times past (tube) king
18 the LORD hath spoken of 1)., saying
18 By the hand of my servant D. I will save
19 Abner went also to speak in the earsof D.
20 So Abner came to D. to Hebron
20 and D. made Abner, anil the men . .a feast
21 Abner said unto D., I will arise and go
21 D. sent Abner away ; and he went in peace
22 behold, the servants of D. and Joab came
22 but Abner (was) not with D. in Hebron
26 And when Joab was come out from D.
26 he sent messengers after Abner. .but D.
28 And afterward when D. heard (it) he said
31 And D. said to Joab . . King D. followed
35 all the people came to cause D. to eat
^5 D. sware, saying, So do God to me, and
"8 brought the head of Ish-bosheth unto D.
9 D. answered Rechab and Baanah his
12 D. commanded his young men, and they
i Then came all the tribes, .to D. unto H.
3 king I), made a league with them in Heb.
3 and they anointed D. king over Israel
4 D. (was) thirty years old when he began
6 which spake unto D. , saying, Except thou
6 thinking, D. cannot come in hither
7 D. took the stronghold of Zion
7 the same (is) the city of D.
8 and D. said on that day, Whosoever gette.
8 lame and the blind, (that are) hated of D. s
9 D. dwelt in the fort, & called it the city ofD
9 and D. built round about from Millo
10 And D. went on, and grew great
1 1 Hiram king of Tyre sent messengers to D..
1 1 and they built D. an house
12 D. perceived that the LORD had establish.
13 D. took (him) more concubines and wives
13 there were yet sons and daugh. born to D.
17 they had anointed D. king over Israel
17 came up to seek D.; and D. heard
19 And D. enquired of the LORD, saying
19 And the LORD said unto D., Go up
20 And D. came to Baal-perazim
20 and D. smote them there, and said
21 and D. and his men burnt them
23 And when D. enquired of the LORD, he
25 D. did so, as the LORD had commanded
1 D. gathered together all (the) chosen (men)
2 D. arose, and went with all the people
5 and all the house of Israel played
8 D. was displeased, because the LOUD had
9 D. was afraid of the LORD that day
10 D. would not remove the ark of the LORD
10 into the city of D.; but D. carried it
12 And it was told king D., saying
12 So D. went and brought up the ark of God
12 into the city of D. with gladness
14 D. danced before the LORD with all (his)
14 D. (was) girded with a linen ephod
15 D. and all the house of Israel brought up
16 the ark of the LORD came into the city of D.
1 6 and saw king D. leaping and dancing
17 the tabernacle that D. had pitched for it
17 D. offered burnt offerings . . before the L.
1 8 D. had made an end of offering burnt
20 Then D. returned to bless his household.
20 the daughter of Saul came out to meet D.
21 D. said unto Michael, (It was) before the
5 Go and tell my servant D., thus saith the
8 so shalt thou say unto my servant D.
17 so did Nathan speak unto D.
1 8 Then went king David in, and sat before
20 And what can D. say more unto thee?
26 let the house of thy servant D. be estab.
i it came to pass, that D. smote the 1 hilis.
1 D. took Methag-ammah out of the hand
2 and (so) the Moabites became D. s servants
3 D. smote also Hadadezer, the son of Reh.
4 And D. took from him a thousand (char.
4 and D. houghed all the chariot (horses)
5 slew of the Syrians two and twenty thou.
6 Then D. put garrisons in Syria of Danias.
6 and the Syrians became servants to D.
6 the LORD preserved D. whithersoever he
7 And D. took the shields of gold that were
8 king D. took exceeding much brass
9 D. had smitten all the host of Hadadezer
10 Toi sent Joram his son unto king D.
11 Which also king D. did dedicate unto the
13 And D. gat (him) a name when he return.
14 D. s servants. And the LORD preserved D.
15 And D. reigned over all Israel
15 and D. executed . .justice unto all his pe.
18 and D. s sons were chief rulers
1 D. said, Is there yet any . . of the house of
2 and when they had called him unto D.
5 Then king D. sent, and fetched him
6 Now when Mephiboshethwas come untoD.
6 D. said, Mephibosheth. And he answer.
7 And D. said unto him, Fear not : for I
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i Sa. o. 2 Then said D., I will show kindness unto
o. 2 And D. sent to comfort him. .for his fath.
>. 2 D. s servants came into the land of. .Am.
>. 3 Thinkest thou that D. doth honour thy
o. 3 hath not D. (rather) sent his servants unto
o. 4 Wherefore Hanuntook D. s servants, and
o. 5 When they told (it) unto D., he sent to
o. 6 the children of Ammon . . stank before D.
o. 7 and when D. heard of (it), he sent Joab
o. 17 when it was told D., he gathered all Isr.
o. 17 Syrians set themselves in array against L).
0. 18 D. slew (the men of) seven hundred char.
1. t And it came to pass, .that D. sent Joab
i. i But D. tarried still at Jerusalam
i. 2 inan evening tide. .D. arose from off his
i. 3 And D. sent and enquired after the worn,
i. 4 And D. sent messengers and took her
i. 5 and told D., and said, I (am) with child
i . 6 D. sent to Joab, (saying), Send me Uriah
i. 6 And Joab sent Uriah to D.
i. 7 when Uriah was come . . D. demanded (of)
i. 8 D. said to Uriah, Go down to thy house
i. 10 And when they had told D. saying
1. 10 D. said unto Uriah, Camest thou uotfrom
i. ii And Uriah said unto D.,The ark, and Is.
i. 12 D. said to Uriah, Tarry here to-day also
1. 13 when D. had called him, he did eat and
i. 14 it came to pass. . that D. wrote a letter
i. 17 and there fell.(some). . of the servants of D.
i. 1 8 Then Joab sent and told D. all the things
i. 22 the messenger. . showed D. all that Joab
i. 23 And the messenger said unto D., Surely
i. 25 Then D. said unto the messenger, Thus
i. 27 D. sent and fetched her to his house
1. 27 the thing that D. had done displeased the
2. i And the LORD sent Nathan unto D.
2. 5 D. s anger was greatly kindled against
2. 7 Nathan said to D., Thou (art) the man
2. 13 And D. said unto Nathan, I have sinned
2. 13 And Nathan said unto D. . . thou shalt not
z. 15 the child that Uriah s wife bare unto D.
2. 16 D. therefore besought God for the child
2. 16 and D. fasted, and went in, and lay
2. 1 8 And the servants of D. feared to tell him
2. 19 when D. saw that his servants whispered
2. 19 D. perceived that the child was dead
2. 19 D. said unto his servants, Is the child d.?
2. 20 Then D. arose from the earth, and washed
2. 24 And D. comforted Bath-sheba his wife
12. 27 And Joab sent messengers toD., and said
12. 29 And D. gathered all the people together
12. 30 and it was (set) on D. B head
12. 31 So D. and all the people returned unto
13. i Absalom the son of D. had a fair sister
13. i and Ammon the son of D. loved her
13. 3 Jonadab, the sou of Shimeah, D. s brother
13. 7 Then D. sent home to Tamar, saying
13.21 But when king D. heard of all these things
13. 30 it came to pass. . that tidings came to D.
13. 32 And Jonadab, the son of Shimeah, D. s b.
13. 39 king D. longed to go forth unto Absalom
15. 12 Absalom sent for Ahithophel. . D s coun.
15. 13 And there came a messenger to D
15. 14 And D. said unto all his servants that
15. 22 D. said to Ittai, Go and pass over
15. 30 D. went up by the ascent of (mount) Oli.
15. 31 And (one)
told D., saying, Ahithophel (is)
15. 31 And D. said, O LORD, I pray thee, turu
15. 32 (when) D. was cometo the top (of the
15. 33 D. said, If thou passest on with me, then
15. 37 So Hushai, D. s friend, came into the city
16. i when D. was a little past the top (of the
16. 5 And when king D came to Bahurim
1 6. 6 And he cast stones at D.
16. 6 and at all the servants of king D.
16. 10 the LORD hath said unto him, Curse D.
16. ii D. said to Abishai, and to all his servants
16. 13 And as D. and his men went by the way
16. 16 when Hushai the Archite, D. s friend, was
16. 23 so (was) all the counsel of Ahi. .with D.
17. 1 1 will arise and pursue after D. this night
17. 16 Now therefore send quickly and tell D.
17. 17 and they went and told king D.
17. 21 came upoutofthe well., and told king D.
17. 21 and said unto D., Arise, and pass quickly
17. 22 D. arose, and all the people that (were)
17. 74 ThenD.came toMahanaim. AndAbsalom
17. 27 it came to pass, when D. was come to M.
17. 29 sheep, and cheese of kine, for D . . to eat
18. i D. numbered the people that (were) with
18. 2 D. sent forth a third part of the people
18. 7 were slain before the servants of D.
18. 9 And Absalom met the servants of D.
18. 24 And D. sat between the two gates
19. n D. sent to Zadok and to Abiathar the pries.
19. 1 6 and came down, .to meet king D.
19. 22 And D. said, What have I to do with you
IQ. 41 and have brought the king. . and all D. s
19. 43 we have also more (right) in D. than ye
20. i and said, We have no part in D., neither
20. 2 every man of Israel went up from . . D.
20. 3 And D. came to his house at Jerusalem
20. 6 D. said to Abishai, Now shall Sheba the
20. ii he that (is) for p., (let him go) after Joab
20.21 hath lifted up his hand. . (even) against D.
20. 26 And Ira also, .was a chief ruler about D.
21. i there was a famine in the days of D.
21. i and D. enquired of the LORD. And the
21. 3 Wherefore D. said unto the Gibeonites
21. 7 the LORD S oath that (was) between . .D.
21. ii And it was told D. what Rizpah, the
>i. 12 Aud D. went and took the bones of Saul
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2 Sa. 21. 15 and D. went down, and his servant* with
21.15 aad fought against the Philistines : and D.
21. 16 Audlshbi-benob. .thought to have slain l>.
21. 17 Then the men of D. sware unto him, say.
21.21 the son of Shimeah, the brother of D.
21. 22 These four, .fell by the haud of D., and
22. i D. spake unto the LORD the words of thU
22. 51 showeth mercy to his anointed, unto D.
23. i Now these (be) the last words of D.
23. 8 the names of the mighty men whom D.
23. 9 (one) of the three mighty men with D.
23. 13 and came to D. in the harvest time unto
23. 14 And D. (was) then in an hold, and the
23. 1 5 And D. longed, and said, Oh that oue
23. 16 and took (it), and brought (it) to D.
23. 23 and D. set him over his guard
24. i and he moved D. against them to say
24. 10 And D. s heart smote him after that he
24. 10 D. said unto the LORD, I have sinned
24. ii For when D. was up in the morning
24. ii word.. came unto theprophet Gad, D. s
24. 12 Go and say unto D., Thus saith the LORD
24. 13 So Gad came to D., and told him
24. 14 D. said unto Gad, I am in a great strait
24. 17 And D. spake unto the LORD, when he saw
24. 1 3 And Gad came that day to D., and said
24. 19 And D. . . went up, as the LORD commanded
24. 21 D. said, To buy the threshing floor of
24. 22 And Araunah said unto D., Let my lord
24. 24 So D. bought the threshing floor and the
24. 25 D. built there an altar unto the LORD
1 Ki. i. i Now king D. was old (and) stricken in
i. 8 the mighty men which (belonged) to D.
i. ii and D. our lord knoweth (it) not?
1. 13 Go and get thee in unto king D., and say
i. 28 D. answered and said, Call me Bath-sheba
i. 31 Let my lord king D. live for ever
i. 32 And king D. said, Call me Zadok the
i. 37 greater than the throne of my lord . . D.
i. 38 caused Solomon to ride upon king D. s
i. 43 our lord king D. hath made Solomon king
1. 47 the king s servants came to bless . . king D.
2. i the days of D. drew nigh that he should
2. 10 So D. slept with his fathers, and was
2. 10 and was buried in the city of D.
2. 1 1 days that D. reigned . .(were) forty years ,
2. 12 Then sat Solomon upon the throne of D.
2. 24 the LORD . . set me on the throne of D. my
2. 26 barest the ark of the LORD God before D
2. 32 and slew them with the sword . . D. not
2. 33 but upon D. . . shall there be peace for
2. 44 the wickedness, .that thou didst to D
2. 45 the throne of D. shall be established
3. i and brought her into the city of D.
3. 3 walking in the statutes of D. his father
3. 6 Thou hast showed unto . . D. my father
3. 7 hast made thy servant king instead of D.
3. 14 keep my statutes, .as thy father D. did
5. i for Hiram was ever a lover of D.
5. 3 D. my father could not build an house
5. s as the LORD spake unto D. my father
5. 7 the LORD, .hath given unto D. a wise son
6. 12 my word, .which I spake unto D. thy
7. 51 the things which D. his father had dedi.
8. i bring up the ark . . out of the city of D.
8. 15 which spake with his mouth unto D. my
8. 16 but I chose D. to be over my people Isr.
8. 17 it was in the heart of D. my father to
8 18 And the LORD said unto D. my father
8. 20 I am risen up in the room of D. my father
8. 24 Who hast kept with thy servant D. my
8. 25 keep with thy servant D. my father that
8. 26 which thou spakest unto thy servant D.
8. 66 goodness that the LORD had done for D.
9. 4 if thou wilt walk before me, as D. thy
9. 5 as I promised to D. thy father, saying
9. 24 Pharaoh s daughter . . out of the city of D.
n. 4 was not perfect . . as (was) the heart of D.
ii. 6 went not fully after the LORD, as (did) D.
ii. is t will not do it for D. thy father s sake
it. 13 I. ..give one tribe to thy son for D. v. 34.
ii. ij it came to pase, when D. was in Edom
ii. 21 when Hadad heard, .that D. slept with
1 1. 24 he gathered men unto him . when D. slew
ii. 27 (and) repaired the breaches of the city of D.
ii. 32 he shall have one tribe for. . D. s sake
ii. 33 (to keep) my statutes. . as(did)D.hisfath.
ii. 36 I give one tribe that D. . . may have a
ii. 38 to keep my statutes. . as D. my servant
1 1. 38 build thee a sure house, as I built for D.
ii. 39 I will for this afflict the seed of D.
11. 43 and was buried in the city of D. his fath.
12. 16 saying, What portion have we in D. ?
12. 16 now see to thine own house, D.
12. 19 Israel rebelled against the house of D.
12. 20 was none that followed the house of D.
12. 26 Now shall the kingdom return to . . D.
13. 2 a child shall be born unto the house of D.
14. 8 the kingdom away from the house of D.
14. 8 thou hast not been as my servant D.
14.31 Rehoboam . . was buried . . in the city of D.
15. 3 heart was not perfect . . as the heart of D.
15. 4 for D. s sake did the LORD . . give him a
15. 5 D. did . . right in the eyes of the LORD
15. 8 and they buried him in the city of D.
15. ii Asa did. .right, .as (did) D. his father
15. 24 Asa . . was buried . . in the city of D.
22. 50 buried with his fathers in the city of D.
2 Ki. 8. 19 the LORD would not destroy Judah for D,
8. 24 buried with his. fathers in the city of D.
9. 28 buried him. . with his fa. in the city of D.
xi. 10 to the captains. . did the priest give . . L>.
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2 Ki. 12. 21 buried him with his fathers in the city of D.
14. 3 he did . . right . . yet not like D. his father
14. 20 buried . . with his fathers in the city of D.
15. 7 and they buried him. .in the city of D.
15. 38 and was buried . .in the city of I), his
16. 2 Ahai . . did not . . right . . like D. his father
16. 20 Ahaz slept . . was buried . . in the city of D.
17. 21 he rent Israel from the house of D.
18. 3 according to all that D. his father did
10. 34 I will defend this city . . for my servant D. s
20. 5 Thus saith the LORD, the God of D. thy
so. 6 I will defend this city . . formy servant D. s
21. 7 of which the LORD said to D., and
22. 2 and walked in all the way of D. his father
s Ch. 2. 15 Ozem the sixth, D. the seventh
3. i Now these were the sons of D., which
3. 9 (These were) all the sons of D., beside
4. 31 These(were)their cities unto the reign of D.
6. 31 these (are they) whom D. set over the
7. 2 whose number (was) in the days of D
9. 22 whom D. and Samuel the seer did ordain
10. 14 and turned the kingdom unto D.
11. i all Israel gathered themselves to D. unto
ii. 3 D. made a covenant...they anointed D.
ii. 4 D. and all Israel went to Jerusalem
ii. 5 the inhabitants of Jebus said to D
ii. 5 Nevertheless D. took the castle of Zion
ii. 5 which (is) the city of D.
ii. 6 D. said, Whosoever smiteth the Jebusites
ii. 7 And D. dwelt in the castle
ii. 7 therefore they called it the city of D
ii. 9 So D. waxed greater and greater : for
ii. 10 chief of the mighty men whom D v. n.
ii. 13 He was with D. at Pas-dam mini, and
ii. 15 thirty captains went down to the rock to D.
ii. 16 And D. (was) then in the hold, and the
ii. 17 And D. longed, and said, Oh that
ii. 18 and took (it), and brought (it) to D.
ii. 18 but D. would not drink (of) it, but poured
11. 25 and D. set him over his guard
12. i these (are) they that came to D. to Ziklag
12 8 there separated themselves unto D. . .men
is. 16 came of the children of Benjamin., unto D.
12. 17 D. went out to meet them, and answered
12. 18 Thine (are we), D., and on thy side
12. 18 Then D. received them, and made them
12. 19 And there fell (some) of Manasseh to D.
12. 21 they helped D. against the band (of the
12. 22 day by day there came to D. to help him
12. 23 the bands (that), .came to D. to Hebron
12. 31 to come and make D. king
12. 38 All these men. .came, .to make D. king
12. 38 the rest, .(were) of one heart to make D.
12. 39 And there they were with D. three days
13. i D. consulted with the captains of thous.
13. 2 D. said unto all the congregation of Israel
13. 5 So D. gathered all Israel together, from
13. 6 D. went up, and all Israel, to Baalah
13. 8 And D. and all Israel played before God
13. ii D. was displeased, because the LORD had
13. 12 And D. was afraid of God that day
13. 13 So D. brought not the ark (home)
13. 13 to himself to the city of D.
14. i Hiram king of Tyre sent messengers to D.
14. 2 D. perceived that the LORD had confirmed
14. 3 And D. took more wives at Jerusalem
14. 3 and D. begat more sons and daughters
14. 8 when the Philistines heard that D. was
14. 8 all the Philistines went up to seek D.
14. 8 D. heard (of it), and went out against
14. 10 D. enquired of God . . Shall I go up
14. ii they came, .to Baal perazim . .D smote
14. ii D. said, God hath broken in upon mine
14. 12 D. gave a commandment, and they were
14. 14 Therefore D. enquired again of God
14. 16 D. therefore did as God commanded him
14. 17 the fame of D went out into all lands
15 i city of D., and prepared a place for the
15. 2 D. said, None ought to carry the ark . . but
15. 3 And D. gathered all Israel together to J.
15. 4 And D. assembled the children of Aaron
15. ii D. called for Zadok and Abiathar the
15. 16 D. spake to the chief of the Levites to
15. 25 So D. . .went to bring up the ark of the
15. 27 D. (was) clothed with a robe of fine linen
15. 27 D. also (had) upon him an ephod of linen
15. 29 (as) the ark. .came to the city of D
15. 29 Michal. .saw king D dancing and playing
16. i the tent that D had pitched for it
16. 2 when D. had made an end of offering
16. 7 D. delivered first (this psalm), to thank
16. 43 and D. returned to bless his house
17. i it came to pass, as 0. sat in his house
17. 2 Nathan said unto O., Do all that (is) in
17. 4 Go and tell O. my servant, Thus saith
17. 7 thus shalt thou say unto my servant D.
17. 15 so did Nathan speak unto D.
17. 16 D. the king came and sat before the L
17 1 3 What can D. (speak) more to thee
17. 24 Get) the house of D. . .(be) established
1 8. i D. smote the Philistines, and subdued
1 8. 2 the Moabites became D. s servants, (and)
18. 3 D. smote Ha larezer king of Zobah unto
18. 4 And D. took from him a thousand chariots
1 8. 40. also houghed all the chariot (horses)
18. 5 D. slew of the Syrians two and twenty
18. 6 Then D put (garrisons) in Syria-damascus
18. 6 the Syrians became D. s servants, (and)
18. 6 Thusthe LORD preserved D. whithersoever
iS 7 D. took the shields . and brought them
18. 8 cities of Hadarezer, brought D. very much
18. 9 when Tou . .heard how D. had smitten all
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i Ch.i8. 10 He sent Hadoram his on to king D.
18. ii Them also king D. dedicated unto the L.
1 8. 13 all the Edomites became D. s servants
18. 13 Thusthe LORD preserved D. whithersoever
18. 14 I>. reigned over all Israel, and executed
18. 17 the sons of U. (were) chief about the king
19. 2 D. said, I will show kindness unto Hanun
10. 2 D. sent messengers to comfort him cone.
19. 2 So the servants of D. came, .to Hanun
19! 3 Thinkest thou that D. doth honour thy
ig. 4 Wherefore Hanun took D. s servants
19. 5 Then there went (certain), and told D.
19. 6 they had made themselves odious to D.
19. 8 when D. heard (of it), he sent Joab
19. 17 it was told D. ; and he gathered all Israel
9. 17 when D. had put the battle in array
i ). 18 D. slew of the Syrians seven thous v. 19.
2>. i D. tarried at Jerusalem. And Joab smote
o. 2 And D. took the crown of their king
o. 2 and it was set upon D. s head
20. 3 Even so dealt D. with all the cities
20. 3 D. and all the people returned to Jerusa.
20. 7 when he defied Israel, Jonathan . . D. s
0. 8 and they fell by the hand of D.
1. i Satan stood up against Israel, and pro. D.
i. 2 D. said to Joab, and to the rulers
i . 5 Joab gave the sum of the number . . unto D
i. 8 D. said unto God, I have sinned greatly
i. 9 And the LORD spake unto Gad, D. s seer
i. 10 Go and tell D., saying, Thus saith the L.
i. ii So Gad came to D., and said unto him
i. 13 D. said unto Gad, I am in a great strait
i. 16 D. lifted up his eyes, and saw the angel
21. 16 D. and the elders, .fell upon their faces
21. 17 And D. said unto God, (Is it) not I (that)
21. 1 8 commanded Gad to say to D., that 1).
21. 19 And D. went up at the saying of Gad
21. 21 And as D. came to Oman
21.21 Oman looked, and saw D.
21.21 and bowed himself to D. with (his) face
21. 22 Then D. said to Oman, Grant me the
21. 23 And Oman said unto D., Take (it) to
21. 24 And king D. said to Oman, IV ay
21. 25 So D. gave to Oman, .six hundred shekels
. 21. 26 D. built there an altar unto the LORD
21. 28 D. saw that the LORD had answered him
21. 30 But D. could not go before it to enquire
22. i D. said, This (is) the house of the LORD
22. 2 D. commanded to gather together the
22. 3 D. prepared iron in abundance for the
22. 4 they of T. .brought much cedar wood to D.
22. 5 D. said, Solomon my son (is) young and
22. 5 So D. prepared abundantly before his
22. 7 And D. said to Solomon, My son, as for
22. 170. also commanded all the princes of Is.
23. i So when D. was old and full of days
23. 6 And D. divided them into courses among
23. 25 D. said, The LORD . . hath given rest unto
23. 27 by the last words of D. the Levites (were)
24. 3 And D. distributed them, both Zadok of
24. 31 likewise cast lots, .in the presence of D.
25. i Moreover D and the captains of the host
26. 26 the dedicated things, which D. the king
26 31 In the fortieth year of the reign of D.
26. 32 king D. made rulers over the Reubenites
27 18 Elihu, (one) of the brethren of D.
27. 23 But D. took not the number of them
27. 24 the account of th Chronicles of king D.
27. 31 of the substance which (was) king D. s
27. 32 Jonathan, D. s uncle, was a counsellor
28. i D. assembled all the princes of Israel
28. 2 D. the king stood up upon his feet
28. 1 1 D. gave to Solomon his son the pattern
28. 20 And D. said to Solomon his son, Be
29. i D. the king said unto all the congrega.
29. 9 D the king also rejoiced with great joy
29 10 Wherefore D blessed the LORD before
29. 10 D. said, Blessed (be) thou, LORD God of
29. 20 D. said to all the congregation, Nowbless
29. 22 they made Solomon the son of D. king
29. 23 Solomon sat. .as king instead of D. his
29. 24 the sons likewise of king D., submitted
29. 26 D. the son of Jesse reigned over all Israel
29. 29 the acts of D. . .(are) written in the book
a Ch. i. i the son of D. was strengthened in his
i. 4 But the ark of God had D. brought up
i. 4 to (the place which) D. had prepared for
i. 8 Thou hast showed great mercy unto D.
1. 9 let thy promise unto D. . .be established
2. 3 As thou didst deal with D. my father
2. 7 a man . . whom D. my father did provide
2. 12 who hath given to D. the kinga wise son
2. 14 with the cunning men of my lord D. thy
2. 17 the numbering wherewith D. . .had num.
3. i where (the LORD) appeared unto D. his
3. i in the place that D. had prepared in
5. i the things that D. his father had dedica.
5. 2 to bring up the ark . . out of the
city
of D.
6. 4 he spake with his mouth to my father D.
6. 6 and have chosen D. to be over my people
6. 7 it was in the heart of D. . . to build an ho.
6. 8 But the LORP said to D. my father
6. 10 I am risen up in the room of D.
6. 15 which hast kept with thy servant D.
6. 16 keep with thy servant D. . .that which
6. 17 thou hast spoken unto thy servant D.
6. 41 remember the mercies of I), thy servant
7. 6 which T). . . had made to praise the LORD
7. 6 when D praised by their ministry
7. 10 pood that the LORD had showed unto D.
7. 17 if thou wilt walk before me, as D. thy
7. 18 according as I have covenanted with l>.

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2 Ch. 8. 1 1 out of the city of D. unto the house
8. ii My wife shall not dwell in the house of D.
8. 14 according to the order of D. his father
8. 14 for so had D. the man of God commanded
9. 31 Solomon . . was buried in the city of D.
10. 16 saying, What portion have we in D. ?
10. 1 6 (and) now, D., see to thine own house
10. 19 Israel rebelled against the house of D.
it. 17 they walked in the way of D. and Solom,
11. 18 the daughter of Jerimoth the son of D.
12. 16 Rehoboam . . was buried in the city of D.
13. 5 God . . gave the kingdom over . . to D.for
13. 6 the servant of Solomon the son of D., is
13. 8 of the LORD in the hand of the sons of D.
14. i they buried him in the city of D.
16. 14 they buried him. .in the city of D.
17. 3 he walked in the first ways of his father D.
21. i Jehosaphat. .was buried., in the city of D.
21. 7 LORD would not destroy the house of D.
21. 7 the covenant that he had made with D.
21. 12 Thus saith the LORD God of I) thy father
21. 20 they buried him in the city of D. , but not
23. 3 as the LORD hath said of the sons of D.
23. 9 and shields, that (had been) king D. s
23. 18 whom D. had distributed in the house of
23. 18 with singing, (as it was ordained) by D.
24. 16 they buried him in the city of D. among
24. 25 and they buried him in the city of D.
27. 9 and they buried him in the city of D.
28. i he did not. .right, .like U. his father
29. 2 all that D. his father had done
29. 25 with harps, according to the com. of D.
29. 26 Levites stood with the instruments of D.
29. 27 instruments (ordained) by D. king of Isr.
29. 30 praise unto the LORD with the words of D.
30. 26 since the time of Solomon the son of D.
32. 5 and repaired Millo (in) the city of D.
32. 30 to the west side of the city of D.?
32. 33 chiefestof the sepulchres of the sons of D.
33. 7 of which God had said to D. and to Solo.
33. 14 he built a wall without the city of D.
34. 2 and walked in the ways of D. his father
34. 3 to seek after the God of D. his father
35. 3 which Solomon the son of D. . .did build
35. 4 according to the writing of D. king of Isr.
35. 15 according to the commandment of D., and
Ezra 3. 10 after the ordinance of D. king of Israel
8. 2 of the sons of D. ; Hattush
8. 20 Nethinims, whom D. . .had appointed for
Neb. 3. 1 5 the stairs that go down from the city of D.
3. 16 place) over against the sepulchres of D.
12. 24 according to the commandment of D. the
12. 36 with the musical instruments of D. the
12. 37 they went up. .the stairs of the city of D.
12. 37 going up of the wall, above the house of D.
12. 45 according to the commandment of D.
12. 46 in the days of D. . .(there were) chief of
Psa. 3. title. A Psalm of D., when he fled from Aba.
To the chief Musician . .A Psalm of D.
To the chief Musician . . A Psalm of D.
To the chief Musician . . A Psalm of D.
Shiggaion of D., which he sang unto
To the chief Musician. .A Psalm of D.
To the chief Musician . . A Psalm of D.
To the chief Musician, (A Psalm) of D.
To the chief Musician. .A Psalm of D.
To the chief Musician, A Psalm of D.
To the chief Musician, (A Psalm) of D.
A Psalm of D. LOHD, who shall abide
Michtam of D. Preserve me, O God
A Prayer of D. Hear the right, O LORD
To the chief Musician, (A Psalm) of D.
1 8. 50 and showeth mercy to his anointed, to D.
19. title. To the chief Musician, A Psalm of D.
To the chief Musician, A Psalm of D.
To the chief Musician, A Psalm of D.
A Psalm of D. My God, my God
A Psalm of D. The LORD (is) my shep.
A Psalm of D. The earth (is) the LORD S
(A Psalm) of D. Unto thee, O LORD
(A Psalm) of D. Judge me, O LORD
(A Psalm) of D. The LORD (is) my light
(A Psalm) of D. Unto thee will I cry
A Psalm of D. Give unto the LORD
(at) the dedication of the house of D.
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A Psalm of D., to bring to remernbran.
To the chief Musician . . A Psalm of D.
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To the chief Musician, A Psalm of D.
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To the chief Musician . .(A Psalm) of D.
D. is come to the house of Ahimelech
To the chief Musician. .(A Psalm) of D.
To the chief Musician . .(A Psalm) of D.
Doth not D. hide himself with us?
To the chief Musician. (A Psalm) of D.
Michtam of D., when the Philistines .
To the chief Musician . . Michtam of D.
To the chief Musician. .Michtam of D.
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A Psalm of D. , when he was in the wiL
To the chief Musician, A Psalm of D.
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DAVID
I sa. (x). title. To the chief Musician. .(A Psalm)of D.
70. ,, (A Psalm) of IX, to bring to remenibra.
72. 20 The prayers of 1). . .are ended
78. 70 He chose I), also his servant, and took
86. title. A Prayer of I). Bow dowu thine ear
89. 3 I have sworn unto D. my servant
89. 20 I have found D. my servant
89. 35 have I sworn. .1 will not lie unto D.
89. 49 (which) thou swarest unto IX in thy truth?
101. title. A Psalm of D. I will sing of mercy
(A l salm)of D. Bless the LORD, O my
A Song (or) Psalm of D.
To the chief Musician, A Psalm of L>.
A Psalm of D. The LORD said unto
A Song of degrees of D. I was glad
u2. 5 the thrones ot the house of D.
124. title. A Song of degrees of D. If (it had not
131. ,, A Song of degrees of D.
132. i LoRD.rernember D.,(and)allnis afflictions-
.132. 10 For thy servant IX s sake turn not away
132. ii The LORD hath sworn (in) truth unto D.
132. 17 There will I make the horn of D. to bud
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To the chief Musician, A Psalm of D.
To the chief Musician, A Psalm of D.
A Psalm of D. LORD, I cry unto thee
Maschil of D. ; A Prayer when he was
A Psalm of D. Hear my prayer, O L.
(A Psalm) of D. Blessed (be) the LOUD
144. 10 who delivereth D. his servant from the
145. title. D. s (Psalm) of praise. I will extol
Prov. i. i The Proverbs of Solomon the son of IX
Eccl. i. i The words of the Preacher, the son of D.
Song 4. 4 Thy neck (is) like the tower of D.
Isa. 7. 2 And it was told the house of D , saying
7. 13 Hear ye now, O house of D.
9. 7 no end, upon the throne of D , and upon
16. 5 he shall sit upon it. .in the taberna. of D.
22. 9 have seen . . the breaches of the city of D.
22. 22 And the key of the house of D. will 1 lay
29. i Woe to Ariel, .the city (where) D. dwelt:
37. 35 I will defend this city . . for. . D. s sake
38. 5 Thus saith the LORD, the God of D.
55. 3 (even) the sure mercies of D.
Jer. 13. 13 even the kings that sit upon D. s throne
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kings and princes sitting upon theth.of D.
21. i2 house M D., thus saith the LORD
22. 2 k. of J udah, that sittest upon the th. of D.
22. 4 kings sitting upon the throne of D.
22. 30 sitting upon the throne of D., and ruling
23. 5 I will raise unto IX a righteous Branch
29. 16 the king that sitteth upon the th. of D.
30. 9 But they shall serve . . D their king
^3. 15 Branch of righteous, to grow up unto D.
33. 17 D. shall never want a man to sit upon the
33. 21 may. .my covenant be broken with D.
33. 22 so will I multiply the seed of D.
33. 26 Then will I cast away the seed of . .D. my
36. 30 none to sit upon the throne of D.
Eze. 34. 23 he shall feed them, (even) my servant D.
34. 24 my servant D a prince among them
37. 24 And L). my servant (shall be) king over
37. 25 my servant D. (shall be) their prince for
Hos. 3. 5 the LORD their God, and D. their king
Amos 6. 5 invent, .instruments of music, like D.
9. ii I raise up the tabernacle of D. that is
.Zech 12. 7 that the glory of the house of D. and the
12. 8 and he that is feeble . .shall be as D.
12. 8 and the house of D. (shall be) as God
12. 10 And I will pour upon the house of D.
12. 12 the family of the house of D. apart
13. i shall be a fountain opened to the ho. of D.
Matt. i. i Jesus Christ, the son of D., the sou of A.
i. 6 And Jesse begat D the king; and D. thek.
i. 17 from Abraham to D. (are) fourteen gene.
1.17 from D. until the carrying away into Ba.
i. 20 Joseph, thou son of D., fear not to take
9. 27 (Thou) son of D., have mercy on us
12. 3 Have ye not read what D. did, when
12.23 the people . . said, Is not this the son of D.?
15. 22 Havemer. on me, O Lord, (thou) son of D.
20. 30 Have mer. on us, O Lord, (thou) sou of D. :
20. 31 Have mercy on us Lord, thou son of D.!
21. 9 multi. .. cried .. Hosanna to the son of D. !
21. 15 children crying. . Hosanuatothe son of D.
22. 42 They say unto him, (The son) of D.
22. 43 How then doth D. in spirit call him Lord
22. 45 If D. then call him Lord, how is he his
Mark 2. 25 Have ye never read what D. did, when
10. 47 Jesus, (thou) son of D.. have mercy on me
10. 48 Thou son of D., have mercy on me
11. 10 Blessed (be) the kingdom of our father D.
12. 35 How say the scribes thatC is the son of D.
12. 36 For D. himself said by the Holy Ghost
12. 37 D. therefore himself calleth him Lord
Luke i. 27 man whose name was J., of the ho. of D.
i. 32 give unto him the throne of his father D.
1. 69 salvation for us in the house of his ser. D.
2. 4 Joseph also went . . unto the city of D.
2. 4 he was of the house and lineage of D.
2.11 unto you is born this day, in the city of D.
3. 31 Nathan, which was (the son) of D.
6. 3 Have ye not read so much . . what D. did
1 8. 380 esus, (thou) son of D. , have mercy on me !
1 8. 39 (Thou) son of D., have niercy on me 1
20. 41 How say they that Christ is D. s snu?
20. 42 D. himself saith in the book of Psalms
20. 44 D. therefore calleth him Lord, how is he
John 7. 42 That Christ cometh of the seed of D.
7. 42 out of the town of Bethlehem, where IX
Acts i. 16 the Holy Ghost, by the mouth of D. , spake
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Acts 2. 25 IX hpt-akcth concerning him, I foresaw
2. 29 freely speak unto you of the patriarch D.
2. 34 I or D. is not ascended into the heavens
4. 25 Who by the mouth of thy servant I), hast
7. 45 whom Goddrave out. .unto the
days of D.
13. 22 he raised up unto them D. to be their
13. 22 and said, I have found D. the (son) of J.
13. 34 I will give you the sure mercies of D.
13. 36 For D . . fell on sleep . . and saw corruption
15. tC and I will build again the tabernacle of IX
Rom. i. 3 Jesus Christ . . made of the seed of D.
4. 6 D. also describeth the blessedness of the
ix. 9 D. saith, Let their table be made a snare
2 Ti. 2. 8 Jesus Christ of the seed of D was raised
Heb. 4. 7 he limiteth a certain day, saying in D.
ii. 32 D. also, and Samuel, and (of) the proph.
Rev. 3. 7 he that hath the key of D , he that openeth
5. 5 Lion of the tribe of Juda, the Root of D.
22. 16 I am the root and the offspring of IX,(and)
DAWN, to
To shine thrvuyh, Siavyafa diauaazo.
2 Pe. i. 19 until the day dawn, and the day star arise
DAWN, to begin to
To bryin to dawn upon, fTri<f>d<(TKu epyphuako.
Matt28. i as it began to dawn toward the first (day)
DAWNING
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Josh. 6. 15 that they rose early about the dawning
2. Eye lids, c sycy aphappim.
Job 3. 9 neither let it see the dawning of the day
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DAWNING of the day or morning
Twilight, f$j nesheph.
Job 7. 4 to and fro unto the dawning of the day
Psa.ng. 147 I prevented the dawning of the morning




DAY 1. Morning, ijja bnqer.
Judg 19. 26 came the woman in the dawning of the d.
2 Sa. 13. 4 Why (art) thou. .lean from day to day ?

2. Day, ov yom.

Gen. i. 5 God called the light Day, and the dark.
i. 5 evening and. .morning were the first day
i. 8 evening and. .morning were the second d.
i. 13 evening and. . morning were the third day
i. 14 Let there be lights, .to divide the day
i. 16 the greater light to rule the day, and the
i. 18 to rule over the day and over the night
i. 19 evening and . . morning were the fourth d.
1. 23 eveningand the morning were the fifth d.
".< i. 31 evening and the morning were the sixth d.
2. 2 And on the seventh day God ended his
2. 2 he rested on the seventh day from all his
2. 3 blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it
2. 4 in the day that the LORD God made the
2. 17 in the day that thou eatest thereof thou
3. 5 God doth know that in the day ye eat
3. 8 in the garden in the cool of the day : and
^. 14 thou hast driven me out this day from
5. i In the day that God created man. in the
5. 2 blessed them . . in the day when they were
7. ii the seventeenth day.. the same day were
7. 13 In the self same day entered >Toah, and S.
8. 4 on the seventeenth day of the month
8. 14 on the seven and twentieth day of the
8. 22 summer and winter, and day and night
15. 18 In that same day the LORD made a cove.
17. 23 circumcised the flesh, .the self same day
17. 26 the self same day was Abraham circum.
1 8. i in the tent door in the heat of the day
19. 37 the father of the -Moabites unto this day
19. 38 the father of the children, .unto this day
21. 8 Abraham made a great feast the (same) d.
22. 4 Then on the third day Abraham lifted up
22. 14 as it is said (to) this day, In the mount of
24. 12 I pray thee, send me good speed this day
24. 42 And I came this day unto the well, and
25. 31 Jacob said. Sell me this day thy birthright
25. 33 Jacob said, Swear to me this day; and he
26. 32 it came to pass the same day, that Isaac s
26. 33 of the city (is) Beer-sheba unto this day
27. 2 I am old, I know not the day of my death
27. 45 I be deprived also of you both in one day?
29. 7 (it is) yet high day, neither (is it) time
30. 35 he removed that day the he goats that
31. 22 it was told Labau on the third day that
31. 39 (whether) stolen by day, orstolen by night
31. 40 (Thus) I was; in the day the drought eon.
31. 43 and what can I do this day unto these
31. 48 a witness between me and thee this day
32. 32 the hollow of the thigh, unto this day
33. 13 if men should over drive them one day
33. 16 Esau returned that day on his way unto
34. 25 And it came to pass on the third day
35. 3 who answered me in the day of my dis.
35. 20 the pillar of Rachel s grave unto this day
40. 20 third day, (which was) Pharaoh s birthday
41. 9 saying, I do remember my faults this day
42. 13 the youngest (is) this day with our father
42. 18 Joseph said unto them the third day
42. 32 the youngest (is) this day with our father
47. 23 1 have bought you this day and your
47. 26 And Joseph made it a law. . unto this day
DAY
Gen. 48. 15 fed me all my life long unto this day
48. 20 he blessed them that day, saying, ID thee
50. 20 as (it is) this day, to save much people
Exod. 2. 13 And when he went out the second day
5. 6 Commanded the same day the taskmaster!
6. 28 it came to pass, on the day (when) the L.
8. 22 I will sever in -that day the land of Gos.
10. 6 have seen, since the day. .unto this day
10. 13 an east wind upon the land all that day
10. 28 for in (that) day thou seest my face thou
12. 6 keep it up until the fourteenth day of
12. 14 this day shall be unto you for a memorial
12. 15 even the first day ye shall put away leav.
12. 15 from the first day until the seventh day
12. 16 And in the first day (there shall be) an
12. 16 in the seventh day there shall be an holy
12. 17 in this self same day have I brought your
12. 17 therefore shall ye observe this day in
12. 18 on the fourteenth day of the month at
12. 18 the one and twentieth day of the month
12. 41 even the self same day it came to pass
12. 51 And it came to pass the self same day
13. 3 Remember this day, in which ye came
13. 4 This day came ye out, in the month A bib
13. 6 the seventh day (shall be) a feast t<> the
13. 8 thou shalt show thy son in that day, say.
14. 30 Thus the LORD saved Israel that day out
16. i on the fifteenth day of the second month
16. 5 on the sixth day they shall prepare (that)
16. 22 on the sixth day they gathered twice as
16. 26 but on the seventh day. .in it there shall
16. 27 there went out. .on the seventh day for
16. 29 therefore he giveth you on the sixth day
16. 29 let no man go out. .on the seventh day
16. 30 So the people rested on the seventh day
19. i the same day came they (into) the wilder.
19. 1 1 And be ready against the third day : for
19. ii the third day the Lor.p will come down
ig. 15 he said. .Be ready against the third day
19. 16 And it came to pass on the third day, in
20. 8 Remember the sabbath day, to keep it
20. 10 the seventh day (is) the sabbath of the L.
20. ii rested the seventh day: wherefore the
20. ii LORD blessed the sabbath d. and hallowed
22. 30 on the eighth day thou shalt give it me
23. 12 and on the seventh day thou shalt rest
24. 16 and the seventh day he called unto M.
31. 15 doeth (any) work in the sabbath day, he
31. 17 seventh day he rested, and was refreshed
32. 28 there fell of the people that day about
32. 29 hemaybestowuponyouablessingthisday
32. 34 in the day when I visit I will visit their
34. 1 1 that which I command thee this day
34. 21 but on the seventh day thou shalt rest
35. 2 the seventh day there shall be. .an h. d.
35. 3 shall kindle no fire, .upon the sabbath d.
40. 2 On the first day . . shall thou set up the
40. 37 they journeyed not till the day that it
Lev. 6. 5 give it. .in the day of his trespass offering
6. 20 unto the LOKD in the day when he is
7. 15 the flesh, .shall be eaten the same day
7. 16 it shall be eaten the same day that he
7. 17 on the third day shall be burnt with fire
7. 1 8 if (any), .be eaten at all on the third day
7. 35 the day (when) he presented them to
7. 36 in the day that he anointed them, (by) a
7. 38 in the day that he commanded the child.
8. 34 As he hath done this day, (so) the LORD
9. i came to pass on the eighth day, (that) M.
10. 19 this day have they offered their sin offer.
12. 3 in the eighth day the flesh of his foreskin
13. 5 priest shall look on him the seventh day
13. 6 shall look on him again the seventh day
13. 27 priest shall look upon him the seventh d
13. 32, 34 in the seventh day the priest shall look
13. 51 look on the plague on the seventh day
14. 2 be the law. .in the day of his cleansing
14. 9 it shall be on the seventh day, that he
14. 10 the eighth day he shall take two he lambs
14. 23 he shall bring them on the eighth day
14. 39 priest shall come again the seventh day
15. 14 on the eighth day he shall take to him
15. 20, on the eighth day she shall take unto
16. 30 For on that day shall, .make an atone.
19. 6 It shall be eaten the same day ye offer it
19. 6 if ought remain until the third day, it
19. 7 if it be eaten at all on the third day
22. 27 and from the eighth day and thenceforth
22. 28 cow or ewe, ye shall not kill, .in one day
22. 30 On the same day it shall be eaten up ; j e
23. 5 but the seventh day (is) the sabbath of
23. 6 on the fifteenth day of the same month
23. 7 In the first day ye shall have an holy
23. 8 in the seventh day (is) an holy convocation
23. 12 ye shall offer that day when ye wave the
23. 14 until the self same day that ye have broug.
33. 15 from the day that ye brought the sheaf
23. 21 ye shall proclaim on the self same day
23. 27 a day of atonement : it shall be an holy
23. 28 And ye shall do no work in that same d;iy
23. 28 for it (is) a day of atonement, to make aii
23. 29 shall not be afflicted in that same day
23. 30 that doeth any work in that same day
23. 34 The fifteenth day of this seventh month
23. 35 the first day (shall be) an holy convocation
23. 36 eighth day shall be an holy convocation
23. 37 drink offerings, every thing upon his day
23. 39 Also in the fifteenth day of the seventh
23. 39 on the first day (shall be) a sabbath
23. 39 on the eighth day (shall be) a sabbath
23. 40 ye shall take you on the first day the
25. 9 in the day of atonement shall ye make
DAY
Lev. 27. 23 shall give thine estimation in that day
Num. 3. i in the day (that) the LOUD spake with M.
3. 13 on the day that I smote all the llrst born
6. 9 shave his head in the day of his oleandng
6. 9 on the seventh day shall he- shave it
6. 10 the eighth day he shall bring two turtles
6. ii and shall hallow his head that same day
7. i itcame to pass on the day that Moses had
7. 10 for dedicating of the altar in the day
7. ii They shall offer, .each prince on his day
7. 12 he that offered his offering the first day
7. 18 On the second day Nethaueel the son of /,
7. 24 On the third day Kliab the son of Melon
7. 30 On the fourth day Kli/.ur the son of 8.
7. 36 On the fifth day Slu-lumiel the son of /Mr.
7. 66 On the tenth day Ahiezer the son of Am.
7. 72 On the eleventh day Pagiel the sou of O.
7. 78 On the twelth day Ahira the son of Euan
7. 84 in the day when it was anointed, by the
8. 17 on the day that I smote every first born
9. 3 In the fourteenth day of this month, at
9. 5 kept the passover on the fourteenth day
9. 6 could not keep the passover on that day
9. 6 and they came before Moses . . on that day
9. 1 1 The fourteenth day of the second month
9. 15 on the day that the tabernacle was reared
10. 10 Also in the day of your gladuess, and in
11. 19 Ye shall not eat one day. nor two
ii. 31, 31 as it were a day s journey on
ii. 32 stood up all that day. .all the next day
15. 23 from the day that the LORD commanded
15. 32 gathered sticks upon the sabbath day
19. 12 Be shall purify himself, .on the third day
19. 12 and on the seventh day he shall )>e clean
19. 12 but if he purify not himself the third day
19. 12 then the seventh day he shall not be clean
19. 19 on the third day, and on the seventh day
19. 19 on the seventh day he shall purify him.
22. 30 ever since (I was) thine unto this day ?
25. 18 in the day of the plague for Peor s sake
28. 9 on the sabbath day two Iambs of the
28. 16 the fourteenth day of the first month
28. 17 in the fifteenth day of this month (is) the
28. 18 the first day (shall be)an holy con vocation
28. 25 on the seventh day ye shall have an holy
28. 26 Also in the day of"the first fruits, when
29. i it is a day of blowing the trumpets unto
29. 12 on the fifteenth day of the seventh mouth
29. i- the second day (ye shall offer) twelve
29. 20 on the third day eleven bullocks, two
29. 23 on the fourth day ten bullocks, two rams
29. 26 on the fifth day nine bullocks, two rams
29. 29 on the sixth day eight bullocks, two rams
29. 32 on the seventh day seven bullocks, two
29. 35 eighth day ye shall have a solemn assem.
30. 5 if her father disallow her iu the day that
30. 7 held his peace at her in the day that he
30. 8 if her husband disallowed her on the day
30. 12 her husband, .made them void on the day
30. 14 hold his peace at her from day to day
30. 14 held his peace, .in the day that he heard
31. 19 on the third day, and on the seventh day
31. 24 wash your clothes on the seventh day
33. 3 on the fifteenth day of the first mouth
Deut. i. 10 ye (are) this day as the stars of heaven
1. 39 which in that day had no knowledge
2. 18 to pass over, .the coast of Moab, this day
2. 22 dwelt in their stead even unto this day
2. 25 This day will I begin to put the dread of
2. 30 deliver him into thy hand, as. .this day
3. 14 name, Bashan-havoth-jair, unto this day
4. 4 ye . .(are) alive every one of you this day
4. 8 this law, which I set before you this day
4. 10 the day that thou stoodest before the L.
4. is the day (that) the LRD spake unto you
4. 20 people of inheritance, as (ye are) this day
4. 26 I call heaven, .against you this day, that
4. 32 since the day that God created.man upon
4. 38 to give thee their land, .as (it is) this da\
4. 39 Know therefore this day, and consider
4. 40 I command thee this day, that it may go
5. i I speak in your ears this day, that ye may
5. 3 who (are) all of us here alive this day
5. 12 Keep the sabbath day to sanctify it, as
5. 14 the seventh day (is) the sabbath of the L.
5. 15 commanded thee to keep the sabbath day
5. 24 we have seen this day that God doth talk
6. 6 these words. .1 command thee this day
6. 24 preserve us alive, as (it is) at this day
7. n statutes, .which I command thee this day
8. i which I command thee this day shall ye
8. 1 1 statutes, which I command thee this day
8. 18 sware unto thy fathers, as (it is) this day
8. 19 I testify against you this day, that ye
9. i Thou (art) to pass over Jordan this day
9. 3 Understand . .this day, that the LORD thy
9. 7 the day that thou didst depart out of the
9. 10 out of the midst of the fire, iu the day of
9. 24 Ye have been rebellious . . from the day
10. 4 out of the midst of the fire, in the day
10. 8 and to bless iu his name, unto this day
10. 13 I command thee this day for thy good ?
10. 15 you above all people, as (it is) this day
n. 2 know ye this day : for (I speak) not with
11. 4 LORD hath destroyed them unto this day
n. 81 command you this day, that ye may be
n. 13 I command you this day, to love the L.
11. 26 Behold, I set before you this day
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Deiitn. 27 commandments. . I command you thisday
11. 28 I command you this day, to go after other
ix. 32 judgments . "l set before you this day
12. 8 all (the things) that we do here this day
13. 18 which I command thee this day, to do
15. 5 command, which I command thee this day
16. 3 thatthou ma) t-st remember the day when
16. 4 which thou sacrittcedst the first day at
16. 8 and on the seventh day (shall be) a
18. 16 in the day of the assembly, saying. Let
19. 9 I command thee this day, to love the LORD
20. 3 ye approach this day unto battle against
21. 23 thou shall in any wise bury him that day
24. 15 At his day thou shalt give (him) his hire
26. 3 I profess this day unto the LORD thy God
26. 16 This day the LORD thy God hath com
26. 17 Thou hast avouched the LoKL> thisday to
26. 18 the LOKI> hath avouched thee this day to
27. i commandments. . I command you this day
27. 2 the day when ye shall pass over Jordan
27. 4 ye shall set up these stones, .this day. in
27. 9 this day thou art become the people of
27. 10 statutes, which I command thee this day
27. ii Moses charged the people the same day
28. i commandments. . I command thee this d.
28. 13 I command thee this day, to observe and
28. 14 words which I command thee this day
28. 15 his statutes, which I command thee thisd.
28. 32 (with longing) for them all the day long
29. 4 eyes to see. and ears to hear, unto this day
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29. 10 Ye stand this day all of you before the L.
29. 12 which.. LORD.,maketh with thee this day
29. i; with us this day before the LORD our God
29. 15 (him) that (is) not here with us this day
29. 18 whose heart turneth away this day from
29. 28 into another land, as (it is) this day
30. 2 I command thee this day, thou and
30. 8 and do all . . I command thee this day
30. ii commandment. . I command thee this d
30. 15 See, I have set before thee thisday life
30. 16 I command thee this day to love the Lo.
30. 18 1 denounce unto you this day, that ye
30. 19 I call heaven, .to record this day against
31. 2 an hundred and twenty years old this day
31. 17 my anger shall be kindled, .in that day
31. 17 so that they will say in that day, Are not
31. 18 I will surely hide my face in that day for
31. 22 therefore wrote this song the same day
31. 27 while I am yet alive with you this day
32. 35 for the day of their calamity (is) at hand
32. 46 words which I testify among you this day
32. 48 spake unto Moses that selfsame day
33. 12 shall cover him all the day long, and
34. 6 knoweth of his sepulchre unto this day
Josh. 3. 7 This day will I begin to magnify thee in
4. 9 twelve stones, .they are thereunto thisd.
4. 14 On that day the LORD magnified Joshua
5. 9 This day have I rolled away the reproach
5. 9 the place is called Gilgal unto this day
5. 10 kept the passover on the fourteenth day
5. ii unleavened cakes . .in the self same day
6. 4 the seventh day ye shall compass the city
6. 10 until the day I bid you shout ; then shall
6. 14 the second day they compassed the city
6. 15 it came to pass on the seventh day, that
6. 15 on that day they compassed the city sev.
* 6. 25 she dwelleth in Israel (even) unto this
7. 25 the LORD shall trouble thee this day
7. 26 a great heap of stones unto this day
7. 26 called. The valley of Achor, unto thisday
8. 25 (so) it was, (that) all that fell that day
8. 28 made it an heap for ever, .unto this day
8. 29 heap of stones, (that remain. )unto this day
9. 12 on the day we came forth to go unto you
9. 17 came unto their cities on the third day
9. 27 Joshua made them that day hewers of
9. 27 even unto this day, in the place which he
10. 12 in the day when the LORD delivered up
10. 13 hasted not to go down about a whole day
10. 14 there was no day like that before it or
10. 27 stones, .until this very day
10. 28 that day Joshua took Makkedah, and
10. 32 Israel, which took it on the second day
10. 35 And they took it on that day, and smote
10. 35 he utterly destroyed that day, according
13. 13 dwell among the Israelites until this day
14. 9 Moses sware on that day, saying, Surely
14. 10 I (am)this day fourscore and five years old
14. ii strong this day as (I was) in the day that
14. 12 whereof the LORD spake in that day ; for
14. 12 heardest in that day how the Anakini:-,
14. 14 became the inheritance, .unto this day
15. 63 dwell with the children, .unto this day
16. 10 the Canaanites dwell . .unto this day. and
22. 3 have not left your brethren . . unto this d.
22. 16 turn away thisday from following the L.
22. 16 ye might rebel this day against the LORD?
22. 17 we are not cleansed until this day. ultli
22. 18 ye must turn away this day from follow.
22. 22 if in transgression . . save us not this day
22. 29 God forbid that we should . . turn this da\
22. 31 This day we perceive that the LORD (is)
23. 8 But cleave, .as ye have done unto this d.
23. 9 able to stand before you unto this day
23. 14 this day I (am) going the way of all the
24. 15 choose you this day whom ye will serve
24. 25 So Joshua made a covenant, .that day
Judg. 1.21 dwell with the children, .unto this day
i. 26 which (is) the name thereof unto this day
3. 30 So Moab was subdued that day under the
4. 14 the day in which the LORD hath delivered
4. 23 So God subdued on that day Jabin the
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Judg. 5. i Then sang Deborah, .on that day, saying
6. 24 unto this day it (is) yet in Ophrah of the
6. 32 Therefore on that day he called him Jer.
9. 18 ye are risen up. .this day, and have
9. 19 with Jerubbaal and with his house thisd.
9. 45 feught against the city all that day ; and
10. 4 which are called Havoth-jair unto this d.
10. 15 deliver us only, we pray thee, this day
11. 27 he judge this day between the children
12. 3 are ye come up unto me this day, to fight
13. 7 from the womb to the day of his death
i
;. 10 man. .that came unto me the (other) day
14. 15, 17 it came to pass on the seventh day
14. 18 on the seventh day before the sun went
15. 19 En-hakkore, which (is)in Lehi unto thisd.
1 8. i for unto that day (all their) inheritance
18. 12 that place Mahaueh-dan unto this day
18. 30 his sons were priests, .until the day
19. 5 it came to pass on the fourth day, when
19. 8 he arose early, .on the fifth day to depart
19. 9 Behold, now the day draweth toward
19. 9 behold, the day groweth to an end ; lodge
19. ii when they (were) by Jebug, the day was
19. 30 the day that the children of Israel came
19. 30 out of the land of Egypt unto this day
20. 21 and destroyed . .of the Israelites that day
20. 22 they put themselves in array the first day
20. 24 children of Israel came, .the second day
20. 25 Benjamin went forth . . the second day
20. 26 there before the LORD, and fasted that d.
20. 30 children of Israel went up. .the third d.
20. 35 destroyed of the Benjamites that day
20. 46 all which fell that day of Benjamin were
21. 6 is one tribe cut off from Israel this day
Ruth 3. 18 until he have finished the thing this day
4. 5 What day thou buyest the field of the
4. 9, 10 Ye (are) witnesses this day
4. 14 not left thee this day without a kinsman
i Sa. 2. 34 in one day they shall die both of them
3. 12 In that day I will perform against Kli
4. 12 came to Shiloh the same day, with his.
5. 5 tread on the threshold, .unto this day
6. 15 sacrificed sacrifices the same day unto
6. 1 6 they returned to Ekron the same day
6. 18 (which stone remaineth)unto this day in
7. 6 fasted on that day, and said there, We
7. 10 thundered with a great thunder on that d.
8. 8 since the day that I brought them up out
8. 8 even unto this day. wherewith they have-
8. 1 8 ye shall cry out in that day because of
8. 18 the LORD will not hear you in that day
9. 15 told Samuel in his ear a day before Saul
9. 24 So Saul did eat with Samuel that day
10. o and all those signs^came to pass that day
10. 19 ye have this day rejected your God, who
11. ii and slew, .until the heat of the day : and
11.13 shall not a man be put to death this day
12. 2 I have walked before you. .unto this day
12. 5 his anointed (is) witness this day, that ye
12. 18 the LORD sent thunder and rain that day
13. 22 So it came to pass, in the day of battle
14. i it came to pass upon a day, that Jonath.
14. 23 So the LORD saved Israel that day : and
14. 24 the men of Israel were distressed that d.
14. 28 Cursed (be) the man that eateth. .this d.
14. 31 they smote the Philistines that day from
14. 33 said, .roll a great stone unto me this day
14. 37 But he answered him not that day
14. 38 see wherein this sin hath been this day
14. 45 for he hath wrought with God this day
15. 28 hath rent the kingdom . . from thee this d.
15. 35 Samuel came no more, .until the day of
16. 13 came upon David from that day forward
17. 10 said, I defy the armies of Israel this day
17. 46 This day will the LORD deliver thee into
17. 46 I will give the carcases, .this day unto
18. 2 Saul tcok him that day, and would let
18. 9 Saul eyed David from that day and forw.
18. 21 Thou shalt this day be my son in law in
19. 24 lay down naked all that day and all that
20. 26 Saul spake not anything that day : for
20. 34 Jonathan . .did eat no meat the second d.
21. 5 though it were sanctified this day in the
21. 6 to put hot bread in the day when it was
21. 78 certain man . . (was) there that day
21. 10 David arose, and fled that day for fear
22. 8 hath stirred up my servant, .at this day?
22. 1 3 he should rise against me .. as at this day
22. 1 8 slew on that day fourscore and five per
22. 22 David said. .1 knew (it) that day, when
23. 14 And Saul sought him every day ; but
24. 4 men of David said unto him, Behold the d.
24. 10 Behold, this day thine eyes have seen
24. 18 thou hast showed this day how thatthou
24. 19 for that thou hast done unto me this da.
25. 8 for we come in a good day : give, I pray
25. 32 which sent thee this day to meet me
25. 33 which hast kept me this day from coming
26. 8 God hath delivered thine enemy . . this d.
26. 10 the LORD shall smite him ; or his day
26. 19 for they have driven me out this day
26. 21 because my soul was precious, .this day
26. 24 thy life was much set by this day in
27. i I shall now perish one day by the hand
27. 6 Then Achish gave him Ziklag that day
27. 6 wherefore Ziklag pertaineth. .untothisd.
28. 1 8 hath the LORD done this thing, .this day
28. 20 he had eaten no bread all the day, nor all
29. 3 since he fell (unto me) unto this day
29. 6 since the day of thv coming . . unto this d.
29. 8 as I have been with thee unto this day
30. i men were come to Wglag on the third d.
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i Sa. 30. 25 And it was (so) from that day forward
30. 25 he made it a statute, .unto this day
31. 6 Saul died . .and all his men, that same d.
a Sa. i. i It came even to pass on the third day
2. 17 there was a very sore battle that day : and
3. 8 show kindness this day unto the house
3. 35 David to eat meat while it was yet day
3. 37 For. .all Israel, understood that day
3. 38 and a great man fallen this day in Israel?
3. 39 I (am) this day weak, though anointed
4. 3 and were sojourners there until this day
4. 5 and came about the heat of the day to
4. 8 the LORD hath avenged my lord . .this d
5. 8 said on that day, Whosoever getteth
6. 8 name of the place Perez-uzzah to thisd.
6. 9 David was afraid of the LORD that day
6. 23 had no child unto the day of her death
7. 6 Whereas I have not dwelt . . to this day
IT. 12 So Uriah abode in Jerusalem that day
12. 18 it came to pass on the seventh day, that
13. 32 this hath been determined from the day
13. 37 And (David) mourned for his son every d.
15. 20 should I this day make thee go up and
16. 12 requite me good for his cursing this day
18. 7 there was there a great slaughter that day
1 8. 8 the wood devoured more people that day
18. 18 it is called unto this day, Absalom s place
1 8. 20 Thou shalt not bear tidings this day
18. 20 but thou shalt bear tidings another day
18. 20 this day thou shalt bear no tidings, bee.
18. 31 the LORD hath avenged thee this day of
19. 2 the victory that day was (turned) into
19. 2 the people heard say that day how the
19. 3 the people gat them by stealth that day
19. 5 Thou hast shamed this day the faces of
ig. 5 which this day have saved thy life, and
19. 6 for thou hast declared this day, that thou
19. 6 for this day I perceive, that if Absalom
19. 6 and all we had died this day, then it had
39 19 the day that my lord the king went out
79. 20 I am come the first this day of all the
19. 22 that ye should this day be adversaries
19. 22 shall, .any man be put to death this day
39. 22 do not I know that I (am) this day king
19. 24 the day the king departed until the day
19. 35 I (am) this day fourscore years old : (and)
20. 3 they were shut up unto the day of their
22. i in the day (that) the LORD had delivered
22. 19 They prevented me in the day of my cal.
23. 10 the LORD wrought a great victory that d.
24. 18 Gad came that day to David, and said
i Ki. i. 25 he is gone down this day, and hath slain
i. 30 even so will I certainly do this day
1. 48 given (one) to sit on my throne this day
2. 8 cursed me with a grievous curse in the d.
2. 24 Adonijah shall be put to death this day
2. 37 it shall be, (that) on the day thou goest
2. 42 on the day thou goest out, and walkest
3. 6 to sit on his throne, as (it is) this day
3. 18 the third day after that I was delivered
4. 22 Solomon s provision for one day wasthir.
5. 7 Blessed (be) the LORD this day, which
8. 8 and there they are unto this day
8. 16 Since the day that I brought forth mypeo.
8. 24 and hast fulfilled (it), .as (it is) this day
8. 29 be open toward this house night and day
8. 61 to keep his commandments, as at this d.
8. 64 The same day did the king hallow the
8. 66 On the eighth day he sent the people aw.
9. 13 called, .the land of Cabul unto this day
9. 21 a tribute of bond service unto this day
10. 12 came no such almug trees, .unto this day
12. 7 be a servant unto this people this day
12. 12 people came to Rehoboam the third day
12. 12 saying, Come to me again the third day
12. 19 against the house of David unto this day
12. 32 a feast . . on the fifteenth day of the month
12. 33 the fifteenth day of the eighth month
13. 3 he gave a sign the same day, saying, This
13. ii that the man of God had done that day
14. 14 cut off the house of Jeroboam that day
16. 16 king over Israel that day in the camp
17. 14 until the day (that) the LORD sendeth rain
1 8. 36 let it be known this day that thou (art)
19. 4 he himself went a day s journey into the
20. 13 will deliver it into thine hand this day1
20. 29 in the seventh day the battle was joined
-o. 29 an hundred thousand footmen in one day
22. 25 thou shalt see in that day. when thou
22. 35 the battle increased that day; and the
* Ki. 2. 22 So the waters were healed unto this day
4. 8 it fell on a day, that Klisha passed to
4. ii it fell on a day, that he came thither
4. 1 8 it fell on a day, that he went out to his
6. 29 I said unto her on the next day, Give thy
6. 31 if the head, .shall stand on him this day
7. 9 this day (is) a day of good tidings, and we
8. 6 since the day that she left the land, even
8. 22 under the hand of Judah unto this day
10. 27 and made it a draught house unto this day
14. 7 called the name. . Joktheel unto this day
15. 5 he was a leper unto the day of his death
16. 6 the Syrians, .dwelt there ur.to this day
17. 23 their own land to Assyria unto this day
17. 34 Unto this day they do after the former
17. 41 did their fathers, so do they, .this day
19. 3 This day (is) a day of trouble, and of reb.
20. 5 on the third day thou shalt go up unto
20. 8 into the house of the LORD the third day?
20. 17 have laid up in store unto this day, shall
21. 15 the day their fathers came . .unto this day
Ch. 4. 41 destroyed them utterly unto this day
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1 Ch. 4. 43 and dwelt there unto this day
5 26 brought them unto llalah . .unto this day
11. 22 and slew a lion in a pit in a snowy day
13. 11 place is called Perez-uzza to this day
13. 12 David was afraid of God that day, saying
16. 7 on that day David delivered first (this
16. 23 show forth from day to day his salvation
17. 5 day that I brought up Israel unto this d.
26. 17 northward foura day, southward four a d.
28. 7 if he be constant to do. .as at this day
29. 4 willing to consecrate his service this day
29. 21 on the morrow after that day, (even) a
29. 22 eat and drink before the LORD on that d.
2 Ch. 5. 9 And there it is unto this day
6. 5 Since the day that I brought forth my
6. 15 and hast fulfilled (it), .as (it is) this day
7. 9 in the eighth day they made a solemn
7. 10 on the three and twentieth day of the
8. 8 make to pay tribute until this day
8. 1 6 the day of the foundation of the house
10. 12 people came to Rehoboam on the third d.
10. 12 saying, Come again to me on the third day
10. 19 against the house of David unto this day
18. 24 thou shalt see on that day when thou
18. 34 the battle increased that day : howbeit
20. 26 on the fourth day they assembled
20. 26 The valley of Berachah, unto this day
21. 10 from underthe hand of Judah unto thisd.
. 26. 21 king was a leper unto the day of his death
28. 6 hundred and twenty thousand in one day
29. 17 on the eighth day of the month came
29 17 in the sixteenth day of the first month
35. 21 I (come) not against thee this day, but
35. 25 spake, .in their lamentations to this day
Ezra 3. 6 From the first day of the seventh month
6. 15 this house was finished on the third day
8. 33 on the fourth day was the silver and the
9. 7 (been) in a great trespass unto this day
9. 7 to confusion of face, as (it is) this day
9. 15 we remain yet escaped, as (it is) this day
10. 13 neither (is this) a work of one day or two
10. 16 sat down in the first day of the tenth
10. 17 by the first day of the first month
Nell. i. ii prosper, I pray thee, thy servant, this d.
4. 2 will they make an end in a day ? will
4. 22 be a guard to us, and labour on the day
5. ii Restore, I pray you, to them, even this d.
8. 2 upon the first day of the seventh month
8. 9 This day (is) holy unto the LORD your God
8. 10 for (this) day (is) holy unto our LORD
8. ii Hold your peace, for the day (is) holy
8. 13 on the second day were gathered together
8. 1 7 unto that day had not the children of
8. 1 8 from the first day unto the last day he
8. 18 on the eighth day (was) a solemn assem.
9. i the twenty and fourth day of this month
9. 3 they . . read . . (one) fourth part of the day
9. 10 didst thou get. .a name, as (it is) this day
9. 32 of the kings of Assyria unto this day
9. 36 we (are) servants this day ; and (for) the
10. 31 bring, .any victuals on the sabbath day
10. 31 would not buy it of them, .on the holyd.
12. 43 that day they offered great sacrifices
13. i On that day they read in the book of M.
13. 15 in the day wherein they sold victuals
13. 15 brought into Jerusalem on the sabbath d
13. 17 What, .(is)thisthatyedo. .the sabbath d.V
13. 19 burden be brought in on the sabbath day
13. 22 keep the gates, to sanctify the sabbath d.
Esth. i. 10 On the seventh day, when the heart of
1. 18 ladies of Persia and Media say this day
2. ii Mordecai walked every day before the
3. 7 from day to day, and from month to
3. 12 called on the thirteenth day of the first
3. 13 little children and women, in one day
3. 14 they should be ready against that day
4.16 and neither eat nor drink . . night or day
5. i it came to pass on the third day, that
5. 4 let the king and Haman come this day
5. 9 Then went Haman forth that day joyful
7. 2 said again unto Esther on the second day
8. i On that day did the king Ahasuerus give
8. 12 Upon one day, in all the provinces of
8. 13 the Jews should be ready against that d.
8. 17 joy and gladness, a feast and a good day
9. i the month Adar, on the thirteenth day
9. i in the day that the enemies of the Jews
9. 1 1 On that day the number of those that
9. 13 also according unto this day s decree
9. 15 on the fourteenth day also of the month
9. 17 On the thirteenth day of the month Adar
9. 17 on the fourteenth day of the same rested
9. 17, 18 made it a day of feasting and gladness
9. 19 made the fourteenth day of the month
9. 19 a good day, and of sending portions one
9. 21 that they should keep the fourteenth day
921 and the fifteenth day of the same, yearly
9. 22 to joy, and from mouruing into a good d".
Job i. 4 feasted (in their) houses, every one his
i. 6 there was a day when the sons of God
1. 13 there was a day when his sons and his
2. i there was a day when the sons of God ca.
3. i opened Job his mouth, and cursed hisiday
3. 3 Let the day perish wherein I was born
3. 4 Let that day be darkness ; let not God
3. 5 let the blackness of the day terrify it
3. 8 Let them curse it that curse the day
14. 6 shall accomplish, as an hireling, his day
15. 23 he knoweth that the day of darkness is
17. 12 They change the night into day : the
1 8. 20 They that come, .be astonied at his day
20. 28 shall flow away in the day of his wrath
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Job 21. 30 is reserved to the day of destruction ?
21. 30 shall be brought forth to the day of wrath
38. 23 against the day of battle and war :
Psa. 2. 7 Thou (art) my Son; this day have 1 l>ego.
7. ii God is angry (with the wicked) every day
18. title in the day (that) the LORD delivered
18. 18 prevented me in the day of my calamity
19. 2 Day unto day uttereth speech, and night
20. i The LORD hear thee in the day of trouble
25. 5 on thee do I wait all the day
32. 3 waxed old through my roaring all the day
35. 28 shall speak, .of thy praise all the day
37. 13 for he seeth that his day is coming
38. 6 I am troubled . . I go mourning all the day
38. 12 They, .imagine deceits all the day long
44. 8 In God we boast all the day long, and
44. 22 for thy sake are we killed all the day
50. 15 And call upon me in the day of trouble
56. 5 Every day they wrest my words : all their
59. 16 been my defence and refuge in the day
71. 8 Let my mouth be filled, .all the day
71. 15 show forth, .thy salvation all the day
71. 24 talk of thy righteousness all the day "long
73. 14 all the day long have I been plagued, and
74. 1 6 The day (is) thine, the night also (is) thine
77. 2 In the day of my trouble, I sought the L.
78. 9 carrying bows, turned back in the day of
78. 42 (nor) the day when he delivered them
81. 3 time appointed, on our solemn feast day
84. 10 For a day in thy courts (is) better than a
86. 7 In the day of my trouble I will call upon
88. i I have cried day (and) night before thee
89. 1 6 In thy name . . they rejoice all the day
92. title. A Psalm (or) Song for the sabbath day
95. 8 the day of teniptation in the wilderness
96. 2 show forth his salvation from day to day
102. 2 Hide not thy face from me in the day
102. 2 in the day (when) I call answer me
102. 8 .Mine enemies reproach me all the day
1 10. 3 Thy people (shall be) willing in the day
no. 5 shall strike through kings in the day of
118. 24 This (is) the day (which) the LORD hath
119. 91 They continue this day according to thine
119. 97 thy law! it (is) my meditation all the day
119. 164 Seven times a day do I praise thee
137. 7 the children of Edom in the day of Jeru.
138. 3 In the day when I cried thou answeredst
139. 12 but the night shineth as the day
140. 7 hast covered my head in the day of battle
145. 2 Every day will i bless thee ; and I will
146. 4 in that very day his thoughts perish
Prov. 4. 18 shineth more and more unto the perf. day
6. 34 will not spare in the day of vengeance
7. 14 (I have) peace, .this day" have I
7. 20 (and) will come home at the day appoin.
n. 4 Riches profit not in the day of wrath
16. 4 yea, even the wicked for the day of evil
21. 26 He coveteth greedily all the day long
21. 31 horse (is) prepared against the day of
22. 19 I have made known to thee this day, even
23. 17 in the fear of the LORD all the day long
24. 10 (If) thou faint in the day of adversity, thy
27. i knowest not what a day may bring "forth
27. 10 into thy brother s house in the day of thy
27. 15 A continual dropping in a very rainy day
Eccl. 7. i day of death than the day of one s birth"
7. 14 In the day of prosperity be joyful
7. 14 but in the day of adversity consider
8. 8 neither (hath he) power in the day of
8. 16 neither day nor night seeth sleep with his
12. 3 In the day when the keepers of the house
Song 2. 17 Until the day break, and the shadows flee
3. 1 1 the day of his espousals, and in the day
4. 6 Until the day break, and the shadows flee
8. 8 in the day when she shall be spoken for ?
Isa 2. n, 17 LORD alone shall be esalted in that d.
2. 12 the day of the LORD of hosts (shall be)
2. 20 In that day a man shall cast his idols
3. 7 In that day shall he swear, saying. I will
3. 18 In that day the LORD will take away the
4. i in that day seven women shall take hold
4. 2 In that day shall the branch of the LORD
5. 30 in that day they shall roar against them
7. 17 from the day that Ephraim departed from
7. 18, 21, 23 it shall come to pass in that day
7. 20 In the same day shall the LORD shave
9. 4 of his oppressor, as in the day of Midian
9. 14 head and tail, branch and rush, in one day
10. 3 what will ye do in the day of visitation
10. 17 devour his thorns and. .briers in one day
to. 20, 27 it shall come to pass in that day
10. 32 As yet shall he remain at Nob that day
11. io in that day there shall be a root of Jesse
ii. n it shall come to pass in that day, (that)
11. 16 in the day that he came up out of the
12. i in that day thou shalt say, LORD, I will
12. 4 in that day shall ye say, Praise the LORD
13. 6 Howl ye ; for the day of the LORD (is) at
13. 9 the day of the LORD cometh, cruel both
13. 13 and in the day of his fierce anger
14. 3 it shall come to pass in the day that the
17. 4 in that day it shall come to pass, (that)
17. 7 At that day shall a man look to his Maker
17. Q In that day shall his strong cities be as a
17. n In the day shalt thou make thy plant to
17. n the day of grief and of desperate sorrow
19. 16 In that day shall Egypt be like unto
19. 1 8 In that day shall five cities in the land of
19. 19 In that day there shall be an altar to
19. 21 Egyptians shall know the LORD in that d.
19. 23 In that day shall there be a highway out
19. 24 In that day shall Israel be the third
DAY
Isa. 20. 6 the inhabitant . .shall say in that day
22. 5 (it is) a day of trouble, and of treading
22. 8 thou didot look in that day to the armour
22. 12 in that day did the Lord GOD of hosts
22. 20 it shall come to pass in that day, that
22. 25 In that day. saith the LORD of hosts
23. 15 it shall come to pass in that day, that
34. ai it shall come to pass in that day, (that)
25. 9 it shall be said in that day, Lo, this (is)
26. i In that day shall this song be sung in
27. i In that day the LORD .shall punish levi.
27. 2 In that day sing ye unto her, A vineyard
27. 3 lest (any) hurt it .keep it night and day
27. 8 he stayeth his rough wind in the day of
27. 12, 13 it shall come to pass in that day (that)
28. 5 In that day shall the LOUD of host* be
28. 24 Doth the plowman plow all day to sow?
2<j. 18 in that day shall the deaf hear the words
30. 23 in that day shall thy cattle feed in larg i
30. 25 rivers (and) streams of waters in the day
30. 26 in the day that the LORD bindeth up the
31. 7 in that day every man shall cast away his
34. 8 (it is) the day of the LORD S vengeance
37. 3 This day (is) a day of trouble, and of reb.
38. 12 from day even to night wilt thou make
38. 13 from day (even) to night wilt thou make
38. 19 he shall praise thee, as I (do) this day
39. 6 have laid up in stoi-j u-itil this day
43. 13 Yea, before the day (was) I (am) he; and
47. 9 shall come to thee in a moment in one d.
4 S. 7 before the day when thou heardest them
49. 8 in a day of salvation have I helped thee
51. 13 hast feared continually every day, because
52. 5 my name continually every day (is) bias.
5_>. 6 (they shall know) in that day that I (am)
5fi. 12 to morrow shall be as this day, (and)much
5S. 3 in the day of your fast ye find pleasure
53. 4 ye shall not fast as (ye do this) day, to
58. 5 a day for a man to afflict his soul ?
58. 5 and an acceptable day to the LOUD?
58. 13 (from) doing thy pleasure on my holy day
61. 2 To proclaim .the day of vengence of our
62. 6 shall never hold their peace day nor night
63. 4 the day of vengeance (is) in. mine heart
65. 2 I have spread out my hands all the day
65. 5 a fire that burneth all the day
66. 8 earth be made to brir.g forth in one day ?
Jer. i. io I have this day set thee over the nations
i. 18 I have made thee this day a defenced city
3. 25 from our youth even unto this day
4 9 it shall come to pass at that day, saith
6. 4 Woe unto us ! for the daygoeth away, for
7. 22 in the day that I brought them out of
7. 25 Since the day that your fathers came forth
7. 25 unto this day I have even sent unto you
n. 4 in the day (that) I brought them forth out
ii. 5 with milk and honey as (it is) this day
n. 7 in the day (that) I brought them up out
11. 7 of the land of Egypt, (even) unto this day
12. 3 and prepare them for the day of slaughter
16. 19 and my refuge in the day of affliction
17. 16 neither have I desired the woeful day
17. 17 thou (art) my hope in the day of evil
17. 18 bring upon them the day of evil, and
17. 21 bear no burden on the sabbath day, nor
17. 22 out of your houses on the sabbath day
17. 22 hallow ye the sabbath day, as I comman.
17. 24 the gates of the city on the sabbath day
17. 24 but hallow the sabbath day, to do no
17. 27 to hallow the sabbath day, and not to
17. 27 at the gates of Jerusalem on the sabbath d.
18. 17 I will show them the back, .in the day of
20. 14 Cursed be the day wherein I was born
20. 14 let not the day wherein my mother bare
25. 3 From the thirteenth year .unto this day
25. 18 an his. ing, and a curse, as (it is) this day
25. 33 slain of the LORD shall be at that day
27 22 there shall they be until the day that I
30 7 that day (is) great, so that none "(is) like it
30. 8 it shall come to pass in that day, saith
31. 6 there shall be a day (that) the watchmen
31. 32 in the day (that) I took them by the hand !
32. 20 in the land of Egypt, (even) unto this day
3;. 20 and hast made thee a name, as at this day
32. 31 day that they built it even unto this day
33. 20 If ye can break my covenant of the day
34. 13 in the day that I brought them forth out
33. 14 for unto this day they drink none, but
36. 2 from the day I spake unto thee, from the
3 .. 30 dead body shall be cast out in the day
38. 28 until the day that Jerusalem was taken
39 16 they shall be (accomplished) in that day
3;.. 17 I will deliver thee in that day, saith
40. 4 I loose thee this day from the chains
41 4 it came to pass, the second day after he
42. 19 know . . that I have admouished you this d.
42. 21 I have this day declared (it) to you ; but
44 2 this day they (are) a desolation, and no
44- 6 are wasted (and) desolate, as at this day
44- io They are not humbled (even) unto this day
44. 22 without an inhabitant, as at this day
44- 23 evil is happened unto you, as at this day
4^- io the day of the Lord GOD of hosts a day
46. 21 the day of their calamity was come upon
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48. 41 at that day shall be as the heart of a
49. 22 at that day shall the heart of the mighty
49- 26 all the men of war . . be cut off in that day
50- 27 for their day is come, the time
50. 30 men of war shall be cut off in that day
50. 31 thy day is come the time (that) I will visit
51. 2 in theday of troublo they shall bea-runst
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Jer. 52. ii put him in prison till the day of his death
Lam i. i . afflicted (me) in the day of his tierce anger
1. 13 made me desolate (and) faint all the day
i 21 thou wilt bring the duy (that) thou hast
a. i remembered not his footstool in the day
a. 7 a noise .as in the day of a solemn feast
2. 16 this (is) the day that we looked for
2. 21 hast slain (them) in theday of thine anger
a. 22 Thou hast called as in a solemn day my
2. 22 so that in the day of the LORD S anger
3. 3 turneth his hand (against me) all the day
3. 14 a derision, .(and) their song all the day"
3. 57 Thou drewest near in the day (that) I
3. 62 and their device against me all the day
Eze. i. 28 that is in the cloud in the day of rain
7. 7 time is come, the day of trouble (is) near
7. 10 Behold the day, behold, it is come
7. 12 The time is come, the day draweth near
7. 19 not be able to deliver them in the day of
13. 5 stand in the battle in the day of the LORD
16. 4 in the day thou wast born thy navel was
16. 5 to the loathing of thy person, in the day
16. 56 by thy mouth in the day of thy pride
20. 5 In the day when I chose Israel, and
ao. 6 In the day (that) I 1 fted up mine hand
ao. 29 name, .is called Bamah unto this day
30. 31 with all your idols, even unto this day
21. 25 wicked prince of Israel, whose day is come
21. 29 whose day is come, when their iniquity
an. 24 nor rained upon in the day of indignation
23. 38 defiled my sanctuary in the same day
23. 39 they came the same day into my sarictu.
24. 2 name of the day, (even) of this same day
24. 2 set himself against Jerusalem this . day
24 25 in the day when I take from them their
24. 26 he that escapeth in that day shall come
24. 27 In that day shall thy mouth be opened
26. 18 the isles tremble in the day of thy fall
27. 27 midst of the seas in the day of thy ruin
28. 1 3 in thee in the day that thou wast created
28. 15 from the day that thou wast created, till
2r,. 21 In that day will I cause the horn of the
30. 2 Thus . . Howl ye, Woe worth the day
30. 3 the day (is) near.even the day of the LORD
30. 3 a cloudy day ; it shall be the time of the
30. 9 In that day shall messengers go forth
30. 9 come upon them, as in the day of Egypt
30. 18 At Tehaphnehes also the day shall be
31. 15 In the day when he went down to the
32. 10 every man for his own life, in the day of
33. 12 deliver him in the day of . .transgression
33. 12 day that he turneth from his wickednes
33. 12 for his (righteousness) in the day that he
34. 12 in the day that he is among his sheep
34. 12 been scattered in the cloudy and dark daj
36. 33 In the day that I shall have cleansed yoi
38. 14 In that day when my people of Israel
38. 19 in that day there shall be a great shaking
39. 8 this (is) the day whereof I have spoken
39. ti it shall come to pass in that day, (that)
39. 13 renown, the day that I shall be glorified
39. 22 I (am) the LORD their God from that day
40. i in the selfsame day the hand of the LORD
43. 1 8 in the day when they shall make it, to
43. 22 the second day thou shalt offer a kid
43. 27 it shall be, (that) upon the eighth day
44. 27 in the day that he goeth into the sanctuarj
45. 21 in the fourteenth day of the month, ye
45. 22 upon that day shall the prince prepare
45. 25 in the fifteenth day of the month, shall
46. i in the day of the new moon it shall be
46. 4 offer unto the LORD in the sabbath day
46. 6 in the day of the new moon
46. 12 prepare, .as he did on the sabbath day
48. 35 name of the city from (that) day (shall be)
Dan. 6. 10 kneeled upon his knees three times a d
6. 13 but maketh his petition three times a d.
9. 7 unto us confusion of faces as at this day
9. 15 hast gotten thee renown, as at this day
10. 4 in the four and twentieth day of the first
10. 12 from the first day that thou didst set
Ho8. i. 5 it shall come to pass at that day, that I
1. ii for great (shall be) the day of Jezreel
2. 3 set her as in the day that she was
2. 15 as in the day when she came up out of
2. 16 it shall be at that day, saith the LORD
2. 18 in that day will I make a covenant for
2. 21 it shall come to pass in that day, I will
4- 5 Therefore shalt thou fall in the day, and
5. 9 Ephraim shall be desolate in the day of
6. 2 in the third day he will raise us up
7. 5 In the day of our king the princes have
9. 5 in the solemn day, and in the day of the
10. 14 spoiled Beth-arbel in the day of battle
Joel 1.15 Alas for the day ! for the day of the LORD
2. i the day of the LORD cometh, for (it is)
2. _> A day of darkness . . a day of clouds and
a. 1 1 the day of the LORD (is) great and very
a. 31 before the great and the terrible day of
3. 14 the day of the LORD (is) near in the valley
3. 18 it shall come to pass in that Amos day. (that) i. 14 with shouting in the day of battle, with
i. 14 a tempest in the day of the whirlwind
2 16 mighty shall flee away naked in that day
3. 14 That in the day that I shall visit the
5. 8 and maketh the day dark with night
5. 18 Vt oe unto you that desire the day of the
5. 1 8 the day of the LoRik(is) darkness, and
5. 20 (Shall) not the day of the LORD (be) dark
6. 3 Ye that put far away the evil day. and
8. 3 Ute longs, shall be how-lings in that dav
8. g it shall come t< pass in that day, saith
Amos 8.
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Ohad.
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Jon.
Mic.
Kah.
Hab.
Zeph
9 I \i ill darken the earth in the clear day
10 and the end thereof as a bitttr day
13 In that day shall the fair virgins and
11 In that day will I raise up the tabernacle
8. Shall I not in that day, saith the LORD
ii In the day that thou stoodest on the
11 in theday that the strangers carried away
12 shouldest not have looked on the day
12 thy brother in the day that he became
J 3- 3. 13 in the day of their calamity
14 that did remain in the day of distress
15 theday of the LOI:D (is) near upon all the
3. 4 Jonah., to enter into the city a day s jour
2. 4 In that day shall (one") take up a parable
3. 6 and the day shall be dark over them
4. 6 In that day, saith the LORD, will I a?sen.
5. io it shall come to pass in that day. saith
7. 4 the day of thy watchmen (and) thy \isit.
7. ii fin) the day that thy walls are to be
7. ii (in) that day shall the decree be far
7. 12 (In) that day (also) he shall come even to
1. 7 Ihe LOUD (is).. a stronghold in theday of
2. 3 torches in the day of his preparation
3. 17 which camp in the hedges in the cold d.
3. 16 that I might rest in the day of trouble
. i. 7 for the day of the LORD (is) at hand
i. 8 it shall come to pass in the day of the
i. 9 In the same day also will I punish all
i. io it shall come to pass in that day, saith
i. 14 The great day of the LORD (is) near, (it is)
i. 14 (even) the voice of the day of the LOI:D
i. 15 That day (is) a day of wrath, a day of
i. 15 a day of wasteness. a day of darkness
i. 15 a day of clouds and thick darkness
i. 16 A day of the trumpet and alarm against
1. 18 deliver them in the day of the LORD s
2. 2 (before) the day pass as the chaff, before
2. 2 before the day of the LORD S anger come
2. 3 be hid in the day of the LORD S anger
8 until the day that I rise up to the prey
1 1 In that day shalt thou not be ashamed for
16 In that day it shall be said to Jerusalem
i in the sixth month, in the first day of
15 In the four and twentieth day of the
2. 15 I pray you, consider from this day and
2. 18 Consider now from this day and upward
2. 18 from the four and twentieth day of the
2 18 from the day that the foundation of the
2. 19 from this day will I bless (you)
2. 23 In that day, saith the LOI:D of hosts
Zech. i. 7 I pon the four and twentieth day of the
2. ii shall be joined to the LORD in that day
3. 9 remove the iniquity of that land ir. . .day
3. io In that day, saith the LORD of hosts
4. io who hath despised the day of small
6. io cume thou the same day, and go into the
8. 9 in the day (that) the foundation of the
9. 16 their God shall save them in that day
11. ii it was broKen in that day : and so the
12. 3 in that day will I make Jerusalem a bur.
12. 4 In that day, saith the LOUD, I will smite
12. 6 In that day will I make the governors of
12. 8 In that day shall the LORD defend the
12. 8 he that is feeble among them at that day
12. 9 it shall come to pass in that day, (that)
12. ii In that day shall there be a great mour.
13. i In that day there shall be a fountain
13. 2, i And it shall come to pass in that day
14. i the day of the LORD cometh, and thy
14. 3 as when he fought in the day of battle
14. 4 his feet shall stand in that day upon the
14. 6, 13 it shall come to pass in that day
14. 7 shall be one day which shall . .not day
14. 8 shall be in that day, (that) living waters
14. 9 in that day shall there be one LORD
14. 20 In that day shall there be upon the bells of
14. 21 in that day tlicre shall be no more the
Mai. 3. 2 who may abide the day of his coming?
3. 17 in that day when I make up my jewels
4. i the day cometh, that shall burn as an
4. i the day that cometh shall burn them up
4. 3 in the day that I shall do (this), saith
4. 5 the coming of the great and dreadful day
3. Daily, by day, ccv yomam.
Lev. 8. 35 shall ye abide (at) the door, .day and ni
Dent 28. 66 thou shalt fear day and night, and shalt
Josh. i. 8 thou shalt meditate therein day and ni.
i Sa. 25. 16 a wall unto us, both by night and day
i Ki. 8. 59 nigh unto the LORD our God day and ni.
1 Ch. 9. 33 were employed in (that) work day and
2 Ch. 6 20 may be open upon this house day and ni
Neh. i 6 which I pray before theenow, day and ni
4. 9 set a watch against them day and night
9. 12 thou leddest them in the day by a cloudy
i. 2 in his law doth he meditate day and nig
32. 4 day and night thy hand was heavy upon
42. 3 My tears have been my meat day asd ni.
55. io Day and night they go about it upon the
34 io It shall not be quenched night nor day
60. ii they shall not be shut day nor night
Jer. 9. i that I might weep dry and night for the
14. 17 eyes run down with tears night and day
15. 9 her sun is gone down while (it was) yet d
16. 13 shall ye serve other gods day and night
33. 20 If ye can break my covenant of the day
33. 25 If my covenant (be) not with day and ni
Lam. a. 18 tears run down like a river day and night
.Daum, "vy? shnchar.
Gen. 32. 24 w ith him until the breaking of the day
32. 26 And he said, Let me go, for the day brea.
Psa
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Josh. 6. 15 rose early, about the dawning of the day
Judg 19. 25 when the day began to spring, they let
i Sa 9 26 came to pass, about the spring of the day
Job 3. 9 neither let it see the dawning of the day
S.Liyht, T.N or.
Judg 1 6. 2 In the morning, when it is day, we shall
Job 26. 10 until the day and night come to an end
6. Evening and morning, "1(52
a~i> treb boqer.
Dan. 8. 14 Unto two thousand and three hundred d.
7. Day, fipfpa hemera.
Matt. 6. 34 Sufficient unto the day (is) the evil
7 22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord
n. 22 It shall be more tolerable . . at the day of
1 1. 24 it shall he more tolerable . in the day of
12. 36 shall give account thereof in the day of
13. i The same day went Jesus out of the house
16. 21 killed, and be raised again the third day
17. 23 the third day he shall be raised again
20. 2 when he had agreed . . for a penny a day
20. 6 saith . . Whystand ye here all the day idle?
20. 12 have borne the burden and heat of the d.
20. 19 crucify (him) : and the third day he shall
22. 23 The same day came to him the Sadducees
22. 46 neither durst any (man) from that day
24. 36 But of that day and hour knoweth no
24. 38 until the day that Noe entered into the
24. 50 shall come in a day when he lookethnot
25. 13 for ye know neither the day nor the hour
26. 29 until that day when I drink it new with
27. 64 sepulchre be made sure until the third d.
Mark 4. 35 the same day when the even was come
5. 5 And always night and day, he was in the
6. ii It shall be more tolerable . . in the day of
6. 21 when a convenient day was come, that H.
9. 31 after that he is killed . .rise the third day
10. 34 and the third day he shall rise again
13. 32 But of that day and (that) hour knoweth
14. 12 the first day of unleavened bread, when
14. 25 until that day that I drink it new in the
Lake i. 20 until the day that these things shall be
i. 59 on the eighth day they came to circum.
1. 80 was in the deserts till the day of his
2. 37 served (God) with fastings, .night and day
2. 44 But they, .went a day s journey; and
4. 16 into the synagogue on the sabbath day
4. 42 when it was day, he departed and went
6. 13 when it was day, he called (unto him)
6. 23 Rejoice ye in that day, and leap for joy
9. 12 And when the day began to wear away
9. 22 and be slain, and be raised the third day
9. 37 it came to pass, that on the next day. when
10. 12 it shall be more tolerable in that day
12. 46 will come in a day when he looketh not
13. 14 therefore come, .not on the sabbath day
13. 16 loosed from this bond on the sabbath day
13. 31 The same [day] there came certain of the
14. 5 will not. .pull him out on the sabbath d.
17. 4 if he trespass, .seven times in a day, and
17. 4 seven times [in a day] turn again to thee
17. 24 [so shall also the Son of man be in his d. ]
17. 27 until the day that Noe entered into the
17. 29 the same day that Lot went out of Sodom
17. 30 thus shall it be in the day when the Son
17. 31 In that day, he which shall be upon the
18. 7 which cry day and night unto him
18. 33 and the third day he shall rise again
19. 42 even thoM, at least in this thy day, the
21. 34 and (so) that day come upon you unawa.
22. 7 Then came the day of unleavened bread
22. 66 as soon as it was day, the elders of the
23. 12 the same day Pilate and Herod were
23. 54 that day was the preparation, and the
24. 7 be crucified, and the third day rise again
24. 13 two of them went that same day to a vil.
24. 21 to day is the third day since these things
24. 20 it is toward evening, and the day is far
24. 46 and to rise from the dead the third day
John i. 39 abode with him that day : for it was about
2. i the third day there was a marriage in
5. 9 and on the same day was the sabbath
6. 39 should raise it up again at the last day
6. 40, 44, 54 I will raise him up at the last day
7. 37 In the last day, that great (day) of the
8. 56 Your father Abraham rejoiced to see my d.
9. 4 I must work, .while it is day : the night
11. 9 Are there not twelve hours in the day ?
ii. 9 If any man walk in the day, hestumbleth
ii. 24 that he shall rise again, .at the last day
11. 53 Then from that day forth they took con.
12. 7 Let her alone : against the day of my bu.
12. 48 the same shall judge him iu the last day
14. 20 At that day ye shall know that I (am) in
16. 23 And in that day ye shall ask me nothing
16. 26 At that day ye shall ask in my name
19. 31 remain upon the cross ou the sabbath d.
20. 19 Then the same day at evening, being the
Acts i. 2 Until the day in which he was taken up
1. 22 unto that same day that he was taken up
2. i when the day of Pentecost was fully co.
2. 15 seeing it is (but) the third hour of the d.
2. 20 before that great and notable day of the
2. 29 and his sepulchre is with us unto this d.
2. 41 the same day there were added (unto
7. 8 and circumcised him the eighth day ; and
7. 26 the next day he showed himself unto
9. 24 they watched the gates day and night to
10. 3 about the ninth hour of the day, an angel
10. 40 Him God raised up the third day, and
12. 18 Now as soon as it was day, there was no
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Acts 12. 21 upon a set day Herod, arrayed In royal
13. 14 into the synagogue on the sabbath day
16. 35 when it was day, the magistrates sent the
17. ii Because he hath appointed a day, in the
20. 16 to be at Jerusalem the day of Pentecost
20. 18 Ye know, from the first day that I came
20. 31 I ceased not to warn, .night and day with
21. 7 we came, .and abode with them one day
21. 26 the next day purifying himself with them
23. 12 when it was day, certain of the Jews
26. 7 instantly serving (God) day and night
26. 22 I continue unto this day, witnessing both
27. 29 cast four anchors, .and wished for the d.
27. 33 while the day was coming on, Paul beso.
27. 33 This . . is the fourteenth day that ye have
27. 39 when it was day, they knew not the land
28. 13 and after one day the south wind blew
28. 23 when they had appointed him a day
Horn. 2. 5 against the day of wrath and revelation
2. 16 In the day when God shall judge the
8. 36 For thy sake we are killed all the day long
10. 21 All day long I have stretched forth my
11. 8 they should not hear; unto this day
13. 12 The night is far spent, the day is at hand
13. 13 Let us walk honestly, as in the day; not
14. 5 One man esteemeth one day above another
14. 5 another esteemeth every day (alike). Let
14. 6 He that regardeth the day, regardeth (it)
14. 6 and he that regardeth not [the day,] to the
1 Co. i. 8 blameless in the day of our Lord Jesus C.
3. 13 for the day shall declare it, because it
5. 5 that the spirit may be saved in the day
10. 8 fell in one day three and twenty thousand
15. 4 he rose again the third day according to
2 Co. i. 14 even as ye also (are) ours in the day of
6. 2 in the day of salvation have I succoured
6. 2 behold, now (is) the day of salvation
Eph. 4. 30 ye are sealed unto the day of redemption
6. 13 may be able to withstand in the evil day
Phil. i. 5 your fellowship . .from the first day until
i. 6 will perform (it) until the day of Jesus C.
1. 10 without offence till the day of Christ
2. 16 that I may rejoice in the day of Christ
Col. i. 6 since the day ye heard (of it), and knew
1. 9 since the day we heard (it), do not cease
1 Th. 2. 9 for labouring night and day, because we
3. 10 Night and day praying exceedingly that
5. 2 the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief
5. 4 that day should overtake you as a thief
5. 5 Ye are all the children, .of the day: we
5. 8 But let us, who are of the day. be sober
2 Th. 1. 10 in all them that believe, .in that day
2. 2 as that the day of Christ is at hand
3. 8 with labour and travail night and day
1 Ti. 5. 5 supplications and prayers night and day
2 Ti. i. 3 remembrance of thee. .night and day
i. 12 committed unto him against that day
1. 18 he may find mercy of the Lord in that d.
4. 8 which the Lord . .shall give me at that d.
Heb. 3. 8 in the day of temptation in the wilderness
4. 4 God did rest the seventh day from all his
4. 7 he limiteth a certain day, saying in David
4. 8 not afterward have spoken of another d.
8. 9 covenant that I made . .in the day when
10. 25 the more as ye see the day approaching
Jas. 5. 5 have nourished your hearts, as in a day of
1 Pe. 2. 12 glorify God in the day of visitation
2 Pe. i. 19 in a dark place, until the day dawn
2. 8 vexed (his) righteous soul from day to d.
2. 9 to reserve the unjust unto the day of
2. 13 count it pleasure to riot in the day time
3. 7 reserved unto fire against the day of
3. 8 one day (is) with the Lord as a thousand
3. 8 years, and a thousand years as one day
3. 10 the day of the Lord will come as a thief
3. 12 hasting unto the coming of the day of
1 Jo. 4. 17 that we may have boldness in the day of
Jude 6 unto the judgment of the great day
Rev. 4. 8 they rest not day and night, saying, Holy
6. 17 For the great day of his wrath is come
7. 15 serve him day and night in his temple
8. 12 the day shone not for a third part of it
9. 15 were prepared for an hour, and a day
12. 10 accused them before our God day and
14. ii and they have no rest day nor night, who
16. 14 battle of that great day of God Almighty
18. 8 shall her plagues come in one day, death
20. 10 shall be tormented day and night for ever
21. 25 shall not be shut at all by day : for there
DAY, by
By day, daily, DDv yomam.
Exodi3. 21 went before them by day in a
13. 21 to give them light; to goby day and night
13. 22 He took not away the pillar, .by day, nor
40. 38 the cloud, .(was) upon the tabernacle by d.
Num. 9. 21 whether (it was) by day or by night that
10. 34 cloud of the LORD (was) upon them by d.
Deut. i. 33 in fire by night, .and in a cloud by day
Judg. 6. 27 that he could not do (it) by day. that he
2 Sa. 21. 10 birds of the air to rest on them by day
Neh. 9. 19 the pillar . . departed not from them by d.
Psa. 91. 5 (nor) for the arrow (that) flieth by day
121. 6 The sun shall not smite thee by day nor
136. 8 The sun to rule by day : for his mercy
Isa. 4. 5 upon her assemblies, a cloud, .by day
28. 19 shall it pass over, by day and by night
60. 19 The sun shall be no more thy light by d.
Jer. 31. 35 which giveth the sun for a light by day
Eze. 12. 3 prepare, .and remove by day in their
12. 4 shall thou bring forth thy stuff by day
12. 7 I brought forth my stuff by day, as stuff
DAY
DAT, each
Day day, Di Dv yom yom.
Numi4. 34 each day for a year, shall ye bear your
Kze. 4. 6 have appointed thee each day for a year
DAY by day
1. Day day, DV or yom yom.
Gen. 39. 10 as she spake to Joseph day by day, that
Exod29. 38 two lambs of the first year day by day
Nuni28. 3 two lambs of the first year, .day by day
1 Ch.i2. 22 day by day there came to David to help
2 Ch. 21. 15 out by reason of the sickness day by day
24. ii Thus they did day by day, and gathered
30. 21 the priests praised the LORI> day by day
Ezra 6. 9 let it be given them day by day without
Neh. 8. 1 8 Also day oy day. .he read in the book of
2.Day and day, rip.* pa. KO.\ ^MP? hem. kai hemera.
2 Co. 4. 16 yet the inward (man) is renewed day by d.
3. According to the day, KaO rtfj.tpav kath hemeran.
Luken. 3 Give us day by day our daily bread
DAY, a certain
One of the days, /uiq, riav rj/j.tpuv mia ton hemeron.
Luke 5. 17 it came to pass on a certain day, as he
8. 22 it came to pass on a certain day, that he
DAY, before
In the night, Zvvvxov ennuchon.
Mark i. 35 rising up a great while [before day,] he
DAY, break of
Light, brightness, dawn, avyf) auge.
Acts 20. ii talked a long while, even till break of dajr
DAY, the Lord s
The day to the Lord, y KVAiomj Ti/j.(pahekuriake h.
Rev. i. 10 I was in the Spirit on the Lord s day, and
DAY, this
\.Now, just now, Apri arti.
i Co. 4. 13 off scouring of all things unto this day
2. To day, <rf)fj.tpov semeron.
Matt. 6. n Give us this day our daily bread
11. 23 it would have remained until this day
27. 8 called, The field of blood, unto this day
27. 19 I have suffered many things this day in
28. 15 reported among the Jews until this day
Marki4. 30 That this day, (even) in this night, before
Luke 2. ii unto you is born this day, in the city
4. 21 This day is this scripture fulfilled in
19. 9 This day is salvation come to this house
22. 34 the cock shall not crow this day, before
Acts 4. 9 If we this day be examined of the good
13. 33 Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten
19. 40 called in question for this day s uproar
20. 26 take you to record this day, that I (am)
22. 3 zealous toward God, as ye all are this day
24. 21 I am called in question by you this day
26. 2 I shall answer for myself this day
26. 29 but also all that hear me this day, were
27. 33 This day is the fourteenth .. that ye have
Rom, 1 1. 8 [and the rest were blinded], .unto this d.
2 Co. 3. 14 until this day remaineth the same veil
3. 15 even unto this day, when Moses is read
Heb. i. 5 Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten
DAY was far spent, when the
Many hours having been, Upas TTOAATJS ytvofifv-ns.
Mark 6. 35 when the day was now far spent, his disc.
DAY, every
I.Day day, Dv ov yom yom.
Exodi6. 4 and gather a certain rate every day
29. 36 thou shalt offer every day a bullock (for)
2 Ki. 25. 30 a daily rate for every day, all the days
1 Ch. 16. 37 continually, as every day s work required
2 Ch. 8. 13 after a certain rate every day, offering
8. 14 as the duty of every day required
Ezra 3. 4 custom, as the duty of every day required
Neh. 1 1. 23 a certain portion, .due for every day
12. 47 and the porters, every day his portion
Jer. 52. 34 every day a portion until the day of his
Eze. 43. 25 shalt thou prepare every day a goat (for)
^.According to the day, *ca0 rififpav kath hemeran.
Luke 1 6. 19 and fared sumptuously every day
DAYS, two
Two days, o Qv yomayim.
Num.9. 22 (whether it were) two days or a month
Hos. 6. 2 After two days will he revive us
.DAY following
Upon the morrou; iiravptov epaurion.
John i. 43 The day following Jesus would go forth
6. 22 The day following, when the people
DAY (after), the next
Upon the morrow, tiravptov epaurion.
Matt27. 62 the next day, that followed the day of
John i. 29 The next day John seeth Jesus coming
i. 35 the next day after. John stood, and two
12. 12 On the next day much people that were
Acts 14. 20 the next day he departed with Barnabas
25. 6 the next day, sitting on the judgment seat
DAY, at mid
At mid day, rjntpas ^<TTJS hemeras meses.
Acts 26. 13 At mid day, O king, I saw in the way a
DAY
DAY spring -
1 . Dawn, ~np shachar.
Job 38. 12 caused the day spring to know his place
2. Uprising, avaro\rt anatolf.
Luke i. 78 dayspring from on high hath visited us
DAY star
Light bearer, <ptaff<p6pos phiJsphoros.
2 Pe. 1.19 and the day star arise in your hearts
DAY time
I. Daily, by day, c:?v yomam.
Numi4. 14 by day time in a pillar of cloud, and
Job 5. 14 They meet with darkness in the day time
24. 16 marked for themselves in the day time
Psa. 22. 2 I cry in the day time, but thou hearest
42. 8 his loving kindness in the day time
78. 14 In the day time also he led them with a
Isa. 4. 6 tabernacle for a shadow in the day time
21. 8 upon the watchtower in the day time, and
2. The days, TOS ^juepas (as liimeras.
Luke* i. 37 in the day time he was teaching in the
DAYS
1. Days, D O; yamim.
Gen. 1. 14 for seasons, and for days, and years
3. 14 dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy
3. 17 shalt thou eat (of) it all the days of thy
5. 4 days of Adam . . were eight hundred years
5. 5 all the days, .were nine hundred and
5. 8 all the days of Seth were nine hundred
5. 1 1 all the days of Enos were nine hundred
5. 14 the days of Cainan were nine hundred
5. 17 the days of Mahalaleel were eight hund.
5. 20 the days of Jared were nine hundred
5. 23 the days of Enoch were three hundred
5. 27 the days of Methuselah were nine hund.
5. 31 all the days of Lamech were seven hund.
6. 3 his days shall be an hundred and twenty
6. 4 were giants in the earth in those days
7. 4 For yet seven days, and I will cause it
7. 4 to rain upon the earth forty days and
7. 10 it came to pass after seven days, that
7. 12 the rain was upon the earth forty days
7. 17 the flood was forty days upon the earth
7. 24 upon the earth an hundred and fifty days
8. 3 the end of the hundred and fifty days
8. 6 it came to pass at the end of forty days
8. 10, 12 he stayed yet other seven days ; and
9. 29 all the days of Noah were nine hundred
10. 25 for in his days was the earth divided
11. 32 the days of Terah were two hundred and
14. i it came to pass in the days of Amraphel
17. 12 he that is eight days old shall be circum.
21. 4 circumcised. .Isaac being eight days old
21. 34 sojourned in the Philistines land many d.
24. 55 Let the damsel abide with us (a few) day*
35. 7 the days of the years of Abraham s life
25. 24 her days to be delivered were fulfilled
26. i the first famine that was in the days of i
a6. 15, 18 had diggedin the daysof Abraham his !
27. 41 The days of mourning for my father are
27. 44 And tarry with him a few days, until thy
29. 20 they seemed unto him (but) a few days
"
29. 21 Give (me) my wife, for my days are fulfil.
30. 14 Reuben went in the days of wheat harv.
30. 36 he set three days journey betwixt him.
31. 23 and pursued after him seven days journ.
35. 28 the days of Isaac were an hundred and
35. 29 Isaac . .died . .(being) old and full of days
37. 34 Jacob, .mourned for his son many days
40. 12 The three branches (are) three days
40. 13, 19 within three days shall Pharaoh lift up
40. 1 8 answered . .three baskets (are) three days
42. 17 put them altogether into ward three da.
47. 9 The days of the years of my pilgrimage
47. 9 few and evil have the days of the years
47. 9 have not attained unto the days of the
47. 9 fathers in the days of their pilgrimage
49. i which shall befall you in the last days
50. 3 And forty days were fulfilled for him
50. 3 so are fulfilled the days of those which
50. 3 mourned for him three score and ten da.
50. 4 when the days of his mourning were past
50. 10 made a mourning for his father seven d.
Exod. 2. 1 1 it came to pass in those days, when Moses
3. 18 let us go . three days journey into the w.
5. 3 three days journey into the desert
7. 25 seven days were fulfilled, after that the
8. 27 We will go three days journey into the
10. 22 darkness in all the land, .three days
10. 23 neither rose any. .for three days
12. 15 Seven days shall ye eat unleavened bread
13. 19 Seven days shall there be no leaven
13. 6 Seven days thou shalt eat unleavened
13. 7 Unleavened bread shall be eaten seven
15. 22 they went three days in the wilderness
16. 26 Six days ye shall gather it; but on the
16. 29 on the sixth day the bread of two days
20 9 Six days shalt thou labour and do all
20 ii (in) six days the LORD made heaven and
ao. 12 that thy days may be long upon the land
22. 30 seven days it shall be with his dam
23. 12 Six days thou shalt do thy work, and on
23 15 shalt eat unleavened bread seven days
23. 26 the number of thy days I will fulfil
24. 16 Sinai, and the cloud covered it six days
24 1 8 Moses was in the mount forty days and
29. 30 that son . . shall put them on seven days
9- 35 seven nays ghalt thou consecrate them
232
ven days thou shalt make an atonem.
31. 15 Six days may work be done ; but in the
31. 17 (in) six days the LORD made heaven and
34. 18 Seven days thou shalt eat unleavened
34. 21 Six days thou shalt work; but on the
34. 28 he was there with the LORD forty days
35. 2 Six days shall work be done, but on the
Lev. 8. 33 And ye shall not go out. .(in) seven days
8. 33 until the days of your consecration be
8. 35 shall ye abide (at) the door, .seven days
12. 2 then she shall be unclean seven days
is. 2 according to the days of the separation
12. 4 of her purifying three and thirty days
12. 4 until the days of her purifying be fulfilled
12. 5 of her purifying threescore and six days
12. 6 when the days of her purifying are fulfi.
13- 4> 3 > 33 priests shall shut . .(him). . seven d.
13. 21, 26 priest shall shut him up seven days
13. 46 All the days wherein the plague(shall be)
13. 50 shut up (it that hath) the plague seven d.
13. 54 and he shall shut it up seven days more
14. 8 tarry abroad out of his tent seven days
14. 38 priest shall, .shut up the house seven d.
15. 13 he shall number to himself seven days
15. 19 she shall be put apart seven days
15. 24 he shall be unclean seven days
15. 25 if a woman have an issue, .many days
15. 25 the days of the issue of her uncleanness
15. 25 shall be as the days of her separation
15. 26 whereon she lieth all the days of her iss.
15. 28 then she shall number to herself seven d.
22. 27 then it shall be seven days under the
23. 3 Six days shall work be done : but the
23. 6 seven days ye must eat unleavened bread
23. 8 offer an offering made by fire, .seven da.
23. 16 unto the morrow after, .number fifty days
23. 34 the feast of tabernacles (for) seven days
23. 36 Seven days ye shall otfer an offering
23. 39 keep a feast unto the LORD seven days
23. 40 rejoice before the LORD your God seven d.
23. 41 keep it a feast unto the LORD seven days
23. 42 Ye shall dwell in booths seven days
Num. 6. 4 All the days of his separation shall he
6. 5 the days of the vow oMiis separation
6. 5 until the days be fulfilled, in the which
6. 6 All the days that he separateth (himself)
6. 8 All the days of his separation he (is) holy
6. 12 consecrate, .the days of his separation
6. 12 the days that were before shall be lost
6. 13 the days of his separation are fulfilled
9. 19 tarried long upon the tabernacle many d.
9. 20 cloud was a few days upon the tabernacle
10. 33 departed from the mount, .three days
to. 33 before them in the three days journey
11. 19 Ye shall not eat one day, nor two days
11. 19 five days, neither ten days, nor twenty d.
12. 14 should she not be ashamed seven days?
12. 14 be shut out from the camp seven days
12. 15 was shut out from the camp seven days
13. 25 searching of the land after forty days
14. 34 the number of the days, .(even) forty d.
19. ii He that toueheth. .be unclean seven days
19. 14 all that (is) in. .be unclean seven days
19. 16 whosoever toucheth.. be unclean seven d.
20. 29 they mourned for Aaron thirty days
24. 14 shall do to thy people in the latter days
28. 17 seven days shall unleavened bread be
28. 24 offer daily, throughout the seven days
29. 12 keep a feast unto the LORD seven days
31. 19 do ye abide without the camp seven days
33. 8 went three days journey in the wilder.
Deut. i. 2 (There are) eleven days (journey) from
i. 46 ye abode in Kadesh many days
1. 46 according unto the days that ye abode
2. i and we compassed mount Seir many days
4. 9 from thy heart all the days of thy life
4. to all the days that they shall live upon
4. 26 ye shall not prolong (your) days upon it
4. 30 (even) in the latter days, if thou turn to
4. 32 ask now of the days that are past, which
4. 40 that thou mayest prolong (thy) days upon
5. 13 Six days thou shalt labour, and do all thy
5. 16 that thy days may be prolonged, and
5. 33 (that) ye may prolong (your) days in the
6. 2 the days of thy life, and that thy days
9. 9 I abode in the mount forty days and forty
9. ii it came to pass, at the end of forty days
9. 18 I fell down before the LORD, .forty days
9. 25 I fell down before the LORD forty days
10. 10 I stayed in the mount . . forty days and
n. 9 that ye may prolong (your) days in the
11. 21 your days may be multiplied, and the d.
11. 21 as the days of heaven upon the earth
12. i all the days that ye live upon the earth
16. 3 seven days shalt thou eat unleavened
16. 3 mayest remember . .all the days of thy life
16. 4 with thee in all thy coasts seven days
16. 8 Six days thou shalt eat unleavened bread
16 13 observe the feast of tabernacles seven d.
16. 15 Seven days shalt thou keep a solemn feast
17. 9 unto the judge that shall he in those days
17. 19 he shall read therein all the days of his
17. 20 to the end that he may prolong (his) days
19. 17 the judges which shall be in those days
22. 7 and (that) thou mayest prolong (thy) days
22. 19 he may not put her away all his days
22. 29 he may not put her away all his days
23. 6 shalt not seek their peace . .all thy days
25. 15 that thy days may be lengthened in the
26. 3 the priest that shall be in those days
30. 1 8 ye shall not prolong (your) days upon
30 20 thy life, and the length of thy days
DAYS
Deut 31. 14 thy days approach that thou must die
31. 29 evil will befall you in the latter days
32. 7 Remember the days of old, consider the
32. 47 through this, .ye shall prolong (your) d.
33. 25 and as thy days, (so shall) thy strength
34. 8 the children of Israel wept . . thirty days
34. 8 the days of weeping (and) mourning for
Josh. i. s stand before thee all the days of thy life
1. ii within three days ye shall pass over this
2. 1 6 hide yourselves there three days, until
2. 22 they went . . and abode there three days
3. 2 it came to pass after three days, that the
4. 14 they feared Moses, all the days of his life
6. 3 Thus shalt thou do six days
6. 14 compassed the city, .so they did six days
9. 1 6 it came to pass, at the end of three days
20. 6 high priest that shall be in those days
22. 3 not left your brethren these many days
24. 31 all the days of Joshua, aiitl all the days
Judg. 2. 7 all the days of Joshua, and all the days
2. 18 delivered them, .all the daysof the judge
5. 6 In the days of Shamgar the son of Anath
5. 6 in the days of Jael, the highways were
8. 28 country was in quietness, .in the days of
ii. 40 to lament the daughter, .four days in
14. 12 if ye. .declare it me within the seven d.
14. 14 they could not in three days expound
14. 17 she wept before him the seven days
15. 20 judged Israel in the days of the Philist.
17. 6 In those days (there was) no king in Israel
18. i In those days (there was) no king in Israel
18. i in those days the tribe of the Dauites
19. i in those days, when (there was) no king
19. 4 he abode with him three days : so they
20. 27 ark of the covenant . . there in those days
20. 28 Phinehas. .stood before it in those days
21. 25 In those days (there was) no king in Israel
Ruth i. i in the days when the judges ruled
i Sa. i. ii will give him unto the LORD all the dayn
2. 31 the days come, that I will cut off thiiie
3. i the word . .was precious in those days
7. 13 against the Philistines all the days of
7. 15 judged Israel all the days of his life
10. 8 seven days shalt thou tarry, till I come
11. 3 Give us seven days respite, that we may
13. 8 he tarried seven days, according to the
13. ii thoucamesf notwithiii the days appointed
14. 52 there was sore war. .all the days of Saul
17. 12 went amongmen (for) an old man in thed.
17. 16 Philistine, .presented himself forty days
18. 26 and the days were not expired
25. 28 hath not been found in thee (all) thy days
25. 38 it came to pass about ten days (after)
28. i And it came to pass in those" days, that
29. 3 which hath been with me these days, or
30. 12 no bread, nor drunk (any) water, three d.
31. 13 under a tree, .and fasted seven days
2 Sa. 7. 12 when thy days be fulfilled, and thou shalt
16. 23 which he counselled in those days, (was)
20. 4 Assemble me the men of. .within three d.
21. i there was a famine in the days of David
21. 9 were put to death in the days of harvest
24. 8 at the end of nine months and twenty d.
24. 13 there be three days pestilence in thy land
i Ki. 2. i the days of David drew nigh that he
2. ii the days that David reigned over Israel
2. 38 And Shimei dwelt in Jerusalem many d.
3 2 was no house built, .until those days
3. 13 not be any . . like unto thee all thy days
3. 14 then I will lengthen thy days
4. 21 and served Solomon all the days of his
4. 25 dwelt safely, .all the days of Solomon
8. 40 That they may fear thee all the days that
8. 65 seven days and seven days. . fourteen days
10. 21 it was nothing accounted of in the days of
11. 12 in thy days I will not do it for David
ii. 25 an adversary to Israel all the days
11. 34 make him prince all the days of his life
12. 5 Depart yet (for) three days, then come
14. 20 the days which Jeroboun reigued (were)
14. 30 was war betw. Kehoboam. .all (tlieir) d.
15. 5 turned not aside, .all the days of his life
15. 6 there was war. .all the days of his life
15. 14 was perfect with the LORD all his days
15. 16, 32 there was war. .all their days
16. 15 did Zimri reign seven days in firzah
16. 34 In his days did Hiel the Bethelite build
17. 15 and he, and her house, did eat (many)days
1 8. i it came to pass, (after) mauy days, that
19. 8 in the strength of that meat forty days
20. 29 one over against the other seven days
21. 29 the evil in his -days. .in his son s days
22. 46 remained in the days of his father Asa
- Ki. 2. 17 they sought three days, but found him
3. 9 fetched a compass of seven days journey
8. 20 In his days Edom revolted from under
10. 32 In those days the LORD began to cut Israel
12. 2 did (that which was) right, .all his days
13. 3 into the hand of Ben-hadad . . all (their) d.
13. 22 oppressed Israel all the days of Jehoahaz
15. 18 he departed not all his days from the sins
15. 29 In the days of Pekah king of Israel came
15. 37 In those days the LORD began to send
18. 4 unto those days the children of Israel did
so. i In those days was Hezekiah sick unto
20. 6 I will add unto thy days fifteen years
20. 17 the days come, that all that (is) in thine
20. 19 peace and truth be in my days?
23. 22 from the days of the judges that judged
23. 22 nor in all the daysof the kings of Israel
23. 29 In his days Pharaoh-nechoh king of Egypt
24. i In his days Nebuchadnezzar king of B.
DAYS 233 DAYS
2 Ki. 23- 29 before him all the day* of his life"
25. 30 a daily rate, .all the days of his life
i Ch. i. 19 because in his days the earth was divided
4. 41 came in the days of Hezekiah king of J.
5. 10 in the days of Saul they made war with
5. 17 by genealogies in the days of Jotham
5. 17 in the days of Jeroboam king of Israel
7. 2 whose number (was) in the days of David
7. 22 Ephraim their father mourned many days
0. 25 (were) to come after seven days from
10. 12 buried their bones . . and fasted seven days
12. 39 there they were with David three days
13. 3 enquired not at it in the days of Saul
17. ii when thy days be expired that thou must
21. 12 or else three days the sword of the LORD
22. 9 quietness unto Israel in his days
23. i when David was old and full of days he
29. 15 our days on the earth (are) as a shadow
9. 28 he died in a good old age, full of days
a Ch. 7. 8 Solomon kept the feast seven days, and
7. 9 seven days, and the feast seven days
9. 20 (not) .. accounted of in the days of Solomon
10. 5 Come again unto me after three days
13. 20 strength again in the days of Abijah
1-4. i In his days the land was quiet ten years
15. 17 the heart of Asa was perfect all his days
20. 25 they were three days in gathering of the
21. 8 In his days the Edomites revolted from
24. 2 Joash did . . right . . all the days of Jehoiada
24. 14 continually all the days of Jehoiada
24. 15 Jehoiada waxed old, and was full of days
26. 5 he sought God in the days of Zechariah
29. 17 they sanctified the house, .in eight days
30. 21 the feast of unleavened bread seven days
30. 22 did eat throughout the feast seven days
30. 23 took counsel to keep other seven days
30. 23 they kept (other) seven days with glad.
32. 24 In those days Hezekiah was sick to the
32. 26 came not upon them in the days of Heze.
34. 33 all his days they departed not from
35. 17 the feast of unleavened bread seven days
35. 18 from the days of Samuel the prophet
36. 9 he reigned three months and ten days in
Ezra 4. 2 we do sacrifice unto him since the days
4. 5 all the days of Cyrus king of Persia, even
4. 7 in the days of Artaxerxes wrote Bishlam
6. 22 the feast of unleavened bread seven days
8. 15 and there abode we in tents three days
8. 32 to Jerusalem, and abode there three days
9. 7 Since the days of our fathers (have) we
jo. 8 "whosoever would not come within three d.
10. 9 together uuto Jerusalem within three d.
Neh. i. 4 mourned (certain) days, and fasted, and
2. ii to Jerusalem, and was there three days
5. 1 8 once in ten days store of all sorts of
6. 15 wall was finished, .in fifty and two days
6. 17 in those days the nobles of Judah sent
8. 17 since the days of Jeshua the son of N uu
8. 18 And they kept the feast seven days
12. 7 These (were) the chief, .in the days of J.
12. 12 And in the days of Joiakim were priests
12. 22 The Levites, in the days of Eliashib, Jo.
12. 23 until the days of Johanan the son of
12. 26 These (were) in the days of Joiakim the
12. 26 in the days of Nehemiah the governor
12. 46 in the days of David and Asaph of old
12. 47 the days of Zerubbabel, and in the days
13. 6 after certain days obtained I leave of
13 15 In those days saw I in Judah (some)
13 23 In those days also saw I Jews (that) had
leth. i. i it came to pass, in the days of Ahasuerus
1. 2 in those days, when the king Ahasuerus
i. 4 honour of his excellent majesty, many d.
i. 4 (even) an hundred and four score days
1. 5 when these days were expired . . seven days
2. 12 so were the days of their purifications
2. 21 In those days, while Mordecai sat in the
4. ti come in unto the king these thirty days
4. 16 neither eat nor drink three days, night
9. 22 As the days wherein the Jews rested from
9. 22 they should make them days of feasting
9. 26 they called these days Purim, after the
9. 27 that they would keep these two days
9. 28 (that) these days (should be) remembered
g. 28 and (that) these days of Purim should not
9. 31 To confirm these days of Purim in their
Job i. 3 when the days of (their) feasting were
2.13 sat . . with him upon the ground seven days
3. 6 let it not be joined unto the days of the
7. i (are not) his days also like the days of
7. 6 My days are swifter than a weaver s
7. 1 6 let me alone ; for my days (are) vanity
8. 9 because our days upon earth (are) a sha.
9 25 Now my days are swifter than a post
10. 5 (Are) thy days as the days of man ?
10. 5 (are) thy years as man s days
10. 20 (Are) not my days few? cease (then, and)
12. 12 and in length of days understanding
14. i born of a woman (is) of few days
14. 5 Seeing his days (are) determined, the
14. 14 All the days of my appointed time will I
15. 20 man travaileth with pain all (his) days
17. i My breath is corrupt, my days are extinct
17. ii My days are past, my purposes are broken
21. 13 They spend their days in wealth, and in
24. i do they that know him not see his days ?
29. 2 the days (when) God preserved me
29. 4 As I was in the days of my youth, when
2Q. 18 and I shall multiply (my) days as the sand
30. :6 the days of affliction have taken hold
30. 27 the days of affliction prevented me
=w. 7 Days should speak, and multitude of
Job 33. 15 he shall return to the days of hi* youth
36. 1 1 they shall spend their days in prosperity
38. 12 commanded the morning since thy days
38. 21 (because) the number of thy days (is)
42. 17 So Job died, (being) old, and full of days
Pa. 21. 4 (even) length of days for ever and ever
23. 6 shall follow me all the days of my life
27. 4 that . . in the house of the LORD all the days
34. 12 (and) loveth (many) days, that he may
37. 1 8 The LORD knoweth the days of the upri.
37. 19 in the days of famine they shall be satis.
39. 4 mine end, and the measure of my days
39. 5 thou hast made my days (as) an handbr
44. i (what) work thou didst in their days, in
49. 5 Wherefore should I fear in the days of
55. 23 men shall not live out half their days
72. 7 In his days shall the righteous flourish
77. 5 I have considered the days of old, the
78. 33 their days did he consume in vanity, and
89. 29 and his throne as the days of heaven
89. 45 The days of his youth hast thou^shortened
90. 9 all our days are passed away in thy wrath
90. 10 The days of our years (are) three score
90. 12 teach (us) to number our days, that we
90. 14 we may rejoice and be glad all our days
90. 15 Make us glad according to the days
94. 13 give him rest from the days of adversity
102. 3 my days are consumed like smoke, and
102. 1 1 My days (are) like a shadow that declin.
102. 23 He weakened, .he shortened my days
102. 24 take me not away in the midst of my d.
103. 15 (As for) man, his days (are) as grass; as a
109. 8 Let his days be few ; (and) let another
119. 84 How many (are) the days of thy servant?
128. 5 see the good of Jerusalem all the days
143. 5 I remember the days of old ; I meditate
144. 4 days (are) as a shadow that passeth away
Prov. 3. 2 For length of days, and long life, and
3. 16 Length of days (is) in her right hand; (and)
9. 1 1 by me thy days shall be multiplied, and
10. 27 The fear of the LORD prolongeth days
15. 15 All the days of the afflicted (are) evil
28. 16 hateth covetousness shall prolong (his) d.
31.12 will do him good . . all the days of her life
Eccl. 2. 3 which they should do.. all the days of
2. 16 in the days to come shall all be forgotten
2. 23 all his days (are) sorrows, and his travail
5. 17 All his days also he eateth in darkness
5. 18 to enjoy the good, .all the days of his life
5. 20 not much remember the days of his life
6. 3 so that the days of his years be many
6. 12 all the days of his vain life which he
7. 10 the former days were better than these?
7. 15 All (things) have I seen in the days of my
8. 13 neither shall he prolong (his) days
8. 15 shall abide with him . .the days of his life
9. 9 whom thou lovest all the days of the life
9. 9 which he hath given thee . . all the days
11. i for thou shalt find it after many days
ix. 1 8 yet let him remember the days of dark.
11. 9 let thy heart cheer thee in the days of
12. i Remember now thy Creator in the days
12. i while the evil days come not, nor the
Isa. i. i concerning Judah.. in the days of Uzziah
2. 2 it shall come to pass in the last days
7. i it came to pass, in the days of Ahaz the
7. 17 LORD shall bring, .days that have not
13. 22 and her days shall not be prolonged
23. 7 (city), whose antiquity (is) of ancient da.!
23. 15 according to the days of one king
24. 22 and after many days shall they be visited
30. 26 sevenfold, as the light of seven days
32. 10 Many days and years shall ye be troubled
38. i In those days was Hezekiah sick unto
38. 5 I will add unto thy days fifteen years
38. 10 I said in the cutting off of my days, I
38. 20 sing my songs, .all the days of our life
39. 6 the days come, that all that (is) in thine
39. 8 there shall be peace and truth in my days
51. 9 awake ! as in the ancient days, in the
53. 10 see (his) seed, he shall prolong (his) days
60. 20 the days of thy mourning shall be ended
63. 9 and carried them all the days of old
63. 1 1 he remembered the days of old, Moses
65. 20 shall be no more thence an infant of days
65. 20 an old man that hath not filled his days
65. 22 as the days of a tree (are) the days of my
Jer. i. 2 word of the LORD came in the days of J.
1. 3 It came also in the days of Jehoiakim
2. 32 my people have forgotten me days with.
3. 6 said also unto me in the days of Josiah
3. 16 in those days, saith the LORD, they shall
3 18 In those days the house of Judah shall
5. 18 in those days, saith the LORD, I will not
6. ii the aged with (him that is) full of days
7. 32 behold, the days come, saith the LORD
9. 25 the days come, saith the LORD, that I
13. 6 it came to pass after many days, that the
16. 9 and in your days, the voice of mirth, and
16. 14 the days come, saith the LORD, that I
1 7. 1 1 shall leave them in the midst of his days
19. 6 the days come, saith the LORD, that this
20. 18 that my days should be consumed with
22. 30 a man (that) shall not prosper in his days
23. 5 the days come, saith the LORD, that I
23. 6 In his days Judah shall be saved, and Is.
23. 7 the days come, saith the LORD, that they
23. 20 in the latter days ye shall consider it
25. 34 the days of your slaughter and of your
26. 18 prophesied in the days of Hezekiah king
30. 3 the days come, saith the LORD, that I
30. 24 in the latter days ye shall consider it
Jer. 31. 27 the days come, saith the LORD
31. 29 In those days they shall say no more
31. 31 the days come, saith the LORD
31. 33 After those days, saith the LORD, I will
31. 38 the days come, saith the LORD, that the
32. 14 that they may continue many days
33. 14 the days come, saith the LORD, that I
33. 15 In those days, and at that time, will I
33. 16 In those days shall Judah be saved, and
35. i in the days of Jehoiakim the son of Josiah
35 7 but all your dayg ye shall dwell in tents
35. 7 that ye may live many days in the land
35. 8 charged us, to drink no wine all our days
36. 2 from the days of Josiah, even unto this d.
37. 16 Jeremiah had remained there many days
42. 7 it came to pass after ten days, that the
46. 26 shall be inhabited, as in the days of old
48. 12 the days come, saith the LORD, that I
48. 47 the captivity of Moab in the latter days
49. 2 the days come, saith the LORD, that I
49. 39 it shall come to pass in the latter days
50. 4, 20 In those days, and in that time, saith
51. 47 the days come, that I will do judgment
51. 52 the days come, saith the LORD, that I will
52. 33 eat bread before him all the days of his
52. 34 a continual diet . . all the days of his life
Lam. i. 7 Jerusalem remembered in the days of her
1. 7 things that she had in the days of old
2. 17 that he. .commanded in the days of old
4. 18 our end is near, our days are fulfilled
5. 21 Turn thou us. .renew our days as of old
Eze. 3. 15 remained there, .astonished, .seven days
3. 16 it came to pass at the end of seven days
4. 4 (according) to the number of the days
4. 5 the days, three hundred and ninety dayg
4. 6 bear the iniquity, .of Judah forty days
4. 8 till thou hast ended the days of thy siege
4. 9 (according} to the number of the days tliat
4. 9 three hundred and ninety days shalt thou
5. 2 when the days of the siege are fulfilled
12. 22 The days are prolonged, and every vision
12. 23 The days are at hand, and the effect of
12. 25 in your days, O rebellious house, will I
12. 27 vision, .he seeth (is) for many days (to c.)
16. 22, 43 hast not remembered the days of thy
16. 60 covenant with thee in the days of thy
22. 4 thou hast caused thy days to draw near
22. 14 in the days that I shall deal with thee?
23. ig to remembrance the days of her youth
38. 8 After many days thou shalt be visited
38. 16 it shall be in the latter days, and I will
38. 17 which prophesied in those days (many)
43. 25 Seven days shalt thou prepare every day
43. 26 Seven days shall they purge the altar
43. 27 when these days are expired, it shall be
44. 26 they shall reckon unto him seven days
45. 21 have the passover, a feast of seven days
45. 23 seven days of the feast he shall prepare
45. 23 rams without blemish daily the seven day
45. 25 the like in the feast of the seven days
46. i gate . . shall be shut the six working dayg
Dan. i. 12 Prove thy servants, I beseech thee, ten d.
1. 14 he consented, .and proved them ten dayg
1. is at the end of ten days their countenance!
1. 18 at the end of the days that the king had
2. 28 what shall be in the latter days
2. 44 in the days of these kings shall the God
4. 34 at the end of the days I Nebuchadnezzar
5. ii in the days of thy father, light and under.
6. 7 petition of any god or man for thirty days
6. 12 of any god or man within thirty days
7. 9 the Ancient of days did sit, whose garmen.
7. 13 came to the Ancient of days, and they
7. 22 Until the Ancient of days came, and judg.
8. 26 the vision ; for it (shall be) for many days
8. 27 Daniel fainted, and was sick (certain) days
10. 2 In those days I Daniel was mourning three
10. 13 prince, .withstood me one and twenty d.
10. 14 befall thy people in the latter days
10. 14 for yet the vision (is) for (many) days
11. 20 but within few days he shall be destroyed
1 1. 33 they shall fall by the sword . .(many) days
12. ii thousand two hundred and ninety days
12. 12 three hundred and five and thirty days
12. 13 stand in thy lot at the end of the days
Eos. i. i in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz
1. i in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash
2. 13 I will visit upon her the days of Baalim
2. 15 sing there, as in the days of her youth
3. 3 Thou shalt abide for me many days ; thou
3. 4 children of Israel shall abide many days
3. 5 shall fear the LORD, .in the latter days
9. 7 The days of visitation are come, the days
9. 9 corrupted (themselves), as in the days of
10. 9 thou hast sinned from the days of Gibeah
12. 9 as in the days of the solemn feast
Joel i. 2 been in your days, or even in the days of
2. 29 in those days will I pour out my Spirit
3. i in those days, and in that time, when I
Amos i. i concerning Israel in the days (ft Uzziah
i. i in the days of Jeroboam the son of Joash
4. 2 the days shall come upon you, that he will
8. ii the days come, saith the Lord GOD, that I
9. ii I will build it as in the days of old
9. 13 the days come, saith the LORD, that the
Jon. 1.17 was in the belly of the fish three days
3. 3 exceeding great city of three days jour
3. 4 Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be over.
Mic. i. i in the days of Jotham, Ahaz, (and) Hez.
4. i in the last days it shall come to pass
7. 14 let them feed (in) Bashan . . as in the days
7. 15 According to the days of thy coming out
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DAYS 234 DEAD
Mic. 7. 20 thou hast sworn . . from the days of old
Hab. i. 5 (I) will work a work in your days, (which)
Zeph. i. i in the days of Josiah the son of Amon
Zech. 8. 6 the remnant of this people in these days
8. 9 ye that hear in these days these words
8. 10 before these days there was no hire for
8. ii now I (will) not (be),
as in the former d.
8. is have I thought in these days to do well
8. 23 In those days (it shall come to pass), that
14. 5 the earthquake in the days of L zziah
Mai. 3. 4 as iu the days of old, and as in former
3. 7 Even from the days of your fathers ye are
Z.Days, 7/uf pai hemerai.
Matt 2. i in the days of Herod the king, behold
3. i In those days came John the Baptist
4. 2 when he had fasted forty days and forty
9. 15 the days will come, when the bridegroom
11. 12 from the days of John the Baptist until
12. 40 as Jonas was three days and three nights
12. 40 so shall the Son of man be three days and
15. 32 continue with me now three days, and
17. i after six days Jesus taketh Peter, James
23. 30 If we had been in the days of our fathers
24. 19 woe .to them that give suck, in those d.
24. 22 except those days should be shortened
24. 22 but for the elect s sake those days shall
24. 29 after the tribulation of those days shall
24. 37 But as the days of Noe (were), so shall
24. 38 For as in the days that were before the
26. 2 know that after two days is (the feast of)
26. 6 1 said, I am able, .to build it in three days
27. 40 Thou that . . buildest (it) in three days
27. 63 said. .After three days I will rise again
Mark i. 9 it came to pass in those days, that Jesus
1. 13 he was there in the wilderness forty days
2. i he entered into Capernaum after (some) d.
2. 20 the days will come, when the bridegroom
2. 20 and then shall they fast in those days
8. i In those days the multitude being very
8. 2 they have now been with me three days
8. 31 be killed, and after three days rise again
9. 2 after six days Jesus taketh (with him) P.
13. 17 woe. .to them that give suck, in those d.!
13. 19 For (in) those days shall be affliction, such
13. 20 the Lord had shortened those days, no
13. 20 for the elect s sake, .shortened the days
13. 24 in those days, after that tribulation, the
14. i After two days was (the feast of) the pas.
14. 58 and within three days I will build another
15. 29 Ah ! thou that, .buildest (it) in three da.
Luke i . 5 There was, in the days of Herod the king
: 23 as soon as the days of his ministration
i. 24 after those days his wife Elisabeth cone,
i. 25 hath the Lord dealt with me in the days
i. 39 Mary arose in those days, and went into
1. 75 In holiness and righteousness, .all the d.
2. i it came to pass in those days, that there
2. 6 the days were accomplished that she
2. 21 when eight days were accomplished for
2. 22 And when the days of her purification
2. 43 when they had fulfilled the days, as they
2. 46 after three days they found him in the
4. 2 Being forty days tempted of the devil
4. 2 in those days he did eat nothing : and
4. 25 many widows were in Israel in the days
f. 35 the days will come, when the bridegroom
5. 35 and then shall they fast in those days
6. 12 it came to pass in those days, that he
9. 28 about an eight days after these sayings
9. 36 told no man in those days any of those
13. 14 Thererare six days in which men ought to
15. 13 not many days after, the younger son
17. 22 The days will come, when ye shall desire
17. 22 to see one of the days of the Son of man
17. 26 as it was in the days of Noe, so shall it
17. 26 be also in the days of the Son of man
17. 28 Likewise also as it was in the days of Lot
19. 43 For the days shall come upon thee, that
20. i on one of those days, as he taught the
21. 6 the days will come, in the which there
21. 22 For these be the days of vengeance, that
21. 23 woe. .to them that give suck, in those d.
23. 29 For, behold, the days are coming, in the
24. 18 which are come to pass there in these d.?
John 2. 12 and they continued there not many days
2. 19 Destroy this temple, and in three days I
2. 20 and wilt thou rear it up in three days ?
4. 40 besought him. .and he abode there twod.
4. 43 Now after two days he departed thence
ii. 6 he abode two days still in the same place
11. 17 he had (lain) in the graveifour days already
12. i Jesus, six days before the passover, came
20. 26 after eight days, again his disciples were
Acts i. 3 being seen of them forty days, and speak.
1. 5 ye shall be baptized, .not many days hence
2. 17 it shall come to pass in the last days
2. 18 I will pour out in those days of my Spirit
3. 24 have likewise foretold of these days
5. 36 For before these days rose up Theudas
5. 37 rose up Judas of Galilee in the days of
6. i in those days, when the number of the
7. 41 they made a calf in those days, and offer.
7. 45 brought inwith Jesus. . unto the days of D.
9. 9 he was three days without sight, and
9. 19 Then was Saul certain days with the dis.
9. 23 after that many days were fulfilled, the
9. 37 it came to pass in those days, that she
9. 43 he tarried many days in Joppa with one
10. 30 Four days ago I was fasting until this hour
to. 48 Then prayed they him to tarry certain d
11. 27 in these days came prophets from Jeru.
Acts 12.
3-
3-
"5-
16.
16.
20.
20.
Gal.
Eph.
2 Ti.
Heb.
Jas. 5.
1 Pe. 3
3-
2 Pe. 3 .
Rev. 2.
3 Then were the days of unleavened bread
31 he was seen many days of them which
41 for I work a work in your days, a work
36 some days after, Paul said unto Barnabas
12 we were in that city abiding certain days
18 And this did she many days. But Paul
6 sailed away from Philippi after the days
6 in live days ; where we abode seven days
4 finding disciples, we tarried there seven d .
5 when we had accomplished those days
10 as we tarried (there) many days, there
15 after those days we took up our carriages
26 to signify the accomplishment of the days
27 when the seven days were almost ended
38 before these days madest an uproar, and
i after five days Ananias the high priest
1 1 there are yet but twelve days since I went
24 after certain days, when Felix came with
i after three days he ascended from Cesarea
6 tarried among them more than ten days
13 after certain days king Agrippa and
14 when they had been there many days, F.
7 when we had sailed slowly many days, and
20 when neither sun nor stars in many days
7 received us, and lodged us three days
12 at Syracuse,we tarried (there) three days
14 desired to tarry with them seven days :
1 7 after three days Paul called the chief of
1 8 I went up. .and abode with him fifteen d.
10 Ye observe days, and months, and times
16 Redeeming the time, because the days are
1 in the last days perilous times shall come
2 Hath in these last days spoken unto us
7 Who in the days of his flesh, when he had
3 having neither beginning of-days, nor end
8 Behold, the days come, saith the Lord
10 covenant that I will make . . after those d.
16 covenant that I will make . . after those d.
32 call to remembrance the former days, in
30 after they were compassed about sevenjd.
10 For they verily for a few days chastened
3 heaped treasure together for the last da.
10 he that will love life, and see good days
20 waited in the daysof Noah, while the ark
3 there shall come in the last days scoffers
10 and ye shall have tribulation ten days
13 even in those days wherein Antipas(was)
9. 6 in those days shall men seek death, and
10. 7 But in the days of the voice of the seven,
n. 3 two hundred (and) three score days
11. 6 that it rain not in the days of their
ii. 9 shall see their dead bodies three days
11. ii after three days and an half the Spirit of
12. 6 her. .two hundred (and) three score days
DAYS, now a
To-day, ovn hay-yom.
i Sa. 25. 10 There be many servants now a days that
DAYS, these
Yesterday, SiOJ-i temol.
i Sa. 21. 5 (been)kept from us about these three days
DAYS, four
The fourth day, rtrapraios tetartaws.
Johnu. 39 stinketh : for he hath been (dead) four d.
DAYS of, in the
Upon, at the time of, iirt (gen.} epi.
Mark 2. 26 in the days of Abiathar the high priest
Acts ii. 28 came to pass in the daysof Claudius Ces.
[See also After, eighth, feast, first, holy, night, noon,
sabbath, third, to day.]
DAYSMAN
To reason, reprove, decide, rn; yakach, 5.
Job 9. 33 Neither is there any daysman betwixt us
DEACON
Ministrant, Sidicovos diakonos.
Phil. i. i the saints . . with the bishops and deacons
i Ti. 3. 8 Likewise (must) the deacons (be) grave
3. 12 Let the deacons be the husbands of one
DEACON, to use the office of a
To act as a ministrant, Staxovfia diakoned.
i Ti. 3. 10 then let them use the office of a deacon
3. 13 they that have used the office of a deacon
DEAD
1. To die, run rnuth.
Gen. 23. 3 Abraham stood up from before his dead
23. 4 that I may bury my dead out of my sight
23. 6 in the choice of our sepulchres bury thy d.
13. 6 but that thou mayest bury thy dead
23. 8 that I should bury my dead out of my
23. ii the field give I thee .bury thy dead
23. 13 take (it) of me, and I will bury my dead
23. 15 me and thee ? bury therefore thy dead
Exod.i2. 33 for they said, We (be) all dead (men)
14. 30 Israel saw the Egyptians dead upon the
21. 34 give money, .and the dead (beast) shall
21. 35 and the dead (ox) also they shall divide
21. 36 pay ox for ox ; and the dead shall be his
Lev. 21. ii Neither shall he go in to any dead body
Num. 6. 6 All the days, he shall come at no dead
12. 12 Let her not be as one dead, of whom the
16. 48 he stood between theidead and the living
Deut 14. i baldness between your eyes for the dead
25. 5 wife of the dead shall not marry
25. 6 in the name of his brother (which is) de.
26. 14 nor given (ought) thereof for the dead
Judg. 3. 25 their lord (was) fallen down dead on the
Judg. 4. 22 Sisera lay dead, and the nail (was) in uia
16. 30 the dead . . were more than (they) which
Ruth i. 8 as ye have dealt with the dead, and with
2. 20 hath not left on* his kindness, .to the de.
4. 5 the wife of the dead . .the name of the d.
4. ro to raise up the name of the dead upon
4. 10 that the name of the dead be not cut off
1 Sa. 24. 14 after whom dost thou pursue? after ad.
2 Sa. 9. 8 look upon such a dead dog as I (am) ?
14. 2 had a long time mourned for the dead
16. 9 Why should this dead dog curse my lord
1 Ki. 3. 20 and laid her dead child in my bosom
3. 22 the living (is) my son, and the dead (is)
3. 22 the dead (is) thy son, and the living (is)
3. 23 This (is) my son. .and thy son (is) the a.
3. 23 thy son (is) the dead, and my son (is) the
2 Ki. 4. 32 the child was dead, (and) laid upon his
19. 35 in the morning, behold, they (were) all d.
23. 30 his servants carried him in a chariot de
Psa. 88. 5 Free among the dead, like the slain that
88. 10 Wilt thou show wonders to the dead ?
106. 28 and ate the sacrifices of the dead
115. 17 The dead praise not the LORD, neither
143. 3 as those that have been long dead
Eccl. 4. 2 I praised the dead which are already de.
9, 3 and after that (they go) to the dead
9. 4 for a living dog is better than a dead lion
9. 5 but the dead know not anything, neither
Isa. 8. 19 unto their God ? for the living to ttie de.?
22. 2 not slain with the sword, nor dead in
26. 14 (They are) dead, they shall not live; (they
26. 19 Thy dead (men) shall live, (together with)
37. 36 in the morning, behold, theyj(were) all d.
59. 10 (we are) in desolate places as dead (men)
Jer. 16. 7 in mourning, to comfort them for the d.
22. 10 Weep ye not for the dead, neither bemoan
Lam. 3. 6 in dark places, as (they that be) dead jf
Eze. 24. 17 make no mourning for the dead, bind
44. 25 they shall come at no dead person to
2. Death, rnij maveth.
2 Sa. 19. 28 all (of) my father s house were but deatf
Eccl. 10. i Dead flies cause the ointment of the apo.
3. Soul, 8*9j nephesh.
Lev. 19. 28 cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor
21. i There shall none be defiled for the dead
22. 4 any thing (that is) unclean (by) the deal
Num. 5. 2 and whosoever is defiled by the dead
6. ii for him, for that he sinned by the dead
4. The shades (of the dead), Q KJI rephaim.
Job 26. 5 Dead (things) are formed from under
Psa. 88. 10 shall the dead arise (and) praise thee ?
Prov. 2. 18 unto death, and her paths unto the dead
9. 18 But he knoweth not that the dead (are)
21. 16 remain in the congregation of the dead
Isa . 14. 9 it stirreth up the dead for thee, (even)
26. 19 and the earth shall cast out the dead
5. To destroy, ~n^ shadad.
Judg. 5. 27 where he bowed, there he fell down de.
6. Dead, vtKpos nekros.
Matt. 8. 22 Follow me ; and let the dead bury their d.
10. 8 cleanse the lepers, [raise the dead,] cast
11. 5 the deaf hear, the dead are raised up
14. 2 he is risen from the dead ; and therefore
17. 9 Son of man be risen again from the dead
22. 31 as touching the resurrection of the dead
22. 32 God is not the God of the dead, but of the
27. 64 unto the people, He is risen [from thed 1
28. 7 tell . .that he is risen from the dead ; ami
Mark 6. 14 John the Baptist was risen from the dead
6. 1 6 It is John, .he is risen from the dead
9. 9 the Son of man were risen from the dead
g. 10 what the rising from the dead should
12. 25 For when they shall rise from the dead
12. 26 And as touching the dead, that they rise
12. 27 He is not the God of the dead, but the G.
Luke 7. 22 the deaf hear, the dead are raised, to the
9. 7 it was said . . J ohn was risen from the dead
9. 60 Jesus said. .Let the dead bury their dead
16. 30 if one went unto them from the dead
16. 31 be persuaded though one rose from thed.
20. 35 and the resurrection from the dead
20. 37 the dead are raised, even Moses showed
20. 38 not a God of the dead, but of the living
24. 5 Why seek ye the living among the dead ?
24. 46 and to rise from the dead the third day
John 2. 22 When therefore he was risen from the d.
5. 21 For as the Father raiseth up the dead
5. 25 when the dead shall hear the voice of th
12. i Lazarus, .whom he raised from the dead
12. 9 Lazarus . . whom he had raised from the d.
12. 17 called Lazarus .. and raised him from the d.
20. 9 that he must rise again from the dead
21. 14 after that he was risen from the dead
Acts 3. 15 whom God hath raised from the dead
4. 2 preached . . the resurrection from the dead
4. 10 whom God raised from the dead,(even)by
10. 41 drink with him after he rose from the d.
10. 42 was ordained, .the Judge of quick and d
13. 30 But God raised him from the dead
13. 34 as. .that he raised him up from the dead
17. 3 suffered, and risen again from the dead
17. 31 in that he hath raised him from the dead
17. 32 they heard of the resurrection of the dead
23. 6 of the hope and resurrection of the dead
24. 15 there shall be a resurrection [of the dead!
24. 21 Touching the resurrection of the dead
26. S incredible, .that God should raise the d.?
26. 23 the first that should rise from the dead
Rom. i. 4 declared . . by the resurrection from the d
DEAD 235 DEAL
Rom. 4. 17 (even) God, who quiekeneth the dead
4. 24 that raised up Jesus our Lord from the d.
6. 4 like as ( Iirist wus raised up from the dead
6. 9 Christ being raised from the dead dieth
6. 13 as those that are alive from the dead
. 4 to him who is raised from the dead, that
C. ii him that raised up Jesus from the dead
C. 1 1 he that raised up Christ from the dead
10. 7 to bring up Christ again from the dead
10. 9 that God hath raised him from the dead
11. 15 receiving (of them be), but life from thed.y
14. 9 that he might be Lord both of the dead
1 Co. 1 5. 12 be preached that he rose from the dead
15. 12 that there is no resurrection of thedead?
15. 13 if there be no resurrection of the dead
15. 15 raised not up, if so be that the dead rise
15. 16 if the dead rise not, then is not Christ
15. 20 But now is Christ risen from the dead
15. 21 (came) also the resurrection of the dead
.^15. 29 for the dead, if [the dead] rise not at all ?
15. 29 why are they then baptised for the dead?
15. 32 what advantageth it me, if the dead rise
5- 35 some, .say, How are the dead raised up?
15. 42 So also (is) the resurrection of the dead
15. 52 the dead shall be raised incorruptible
2 Co. i. 9 but in God whiuh raiseth the dead
Gal. i. i the Father, who raised him from thedead
Eph. i. 20 when he raised him from the dead, and
5. 14 arise from the dead, and Christ shall give
Phil. 3. ii attain unto the resurrection of the dead
Col. i. 18 who is. .the first born from the dead
2. 12 God, who hath raised him from the dead
1 Th. i. 10 his Son. .whom he raised from the dead
4. 16 and the dead in Christ shall rise first
2 Ti. 2. 8 Jesus Christ . . was raised from the dead
4. i who shall judge the quick and the dead
Heb. 6. 2 of hands, and of resurrection of the dead
ii. 19 able to raise (him) up, even from the dead
ii. 35 Women received their dead raised to life
1 3. 20 that brought again from the dead our Lord
1 Pe. i. 3 the resurrection of Jesus, .from the dead
1. 21 in God, that raised him up from the dead
4. 5 is ready to judge the quick and the dead
Rev. i. 5 (and) the first begotten of the dead, and
ii. 18 wrath is come, and the time of the dead
14. 13 Blessed (are) thedead which die in the L
20. 5 But the rest of the dead lived not again
20. 12 I saw the dead, small and great, stand
20. 12 the dead were judged out of those things
20. 13 the sea gave up the dead which were in it
20. 13 death and hell delivered up the deadwhich
DEAD
Dead, veicpos nekros, (adj.)
Luke 15. 24 this my son was dead, and is alive again
15. 32 thy brother was dead, and is alive again
Acts 5. 10 the young men came in, and found her d.
20. 9 and fell down . . and was taken up dead
28. 6 swollen, or fallen down dead suddenly
Rom. 6. ii reckon ye also yourselves to be dead
7. 8 For without the law sin (was) dead
8. 10 And if Christ (be) in you, the body (is) d.
Eph. 2. i who were dead in trespasses and sins
2. 5 Even wheu we were dead in sins, hath
Col. 2. 13 you, being dead in your sins, and the
Heb. o. i not laying again, .from dead works, and
9. 14 purge your conscience from dead works to
Jas. 2. 17 Even so faith, if it hath not works, is [d. |
2. 20 wilt thou know. . faith without works is d.
2. 26 For as the body without the spirit is dead
2. 26 so faith without works is dead also
Rev. i. 17 when I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead
1. 18 I (am) he that liveth, and was dead ; and
2. 8 the First and the Last, which was dead
3. i that thou hast a name . . and art dead
DEAD, be
Death, mo maveth.
Lev. ii. 31 doth touch them, when they be dead
ii. 32 (any) of them, when they are dead
Judg. 2. 19 it came to pass, when the judge was dead
2 Ki. 3. 5 it came to pass, when Ahab was dead
i Ch. 2. 24 after that Hezrou was dead in Caleb-eph.
Esth. 2. 7 when her father and mother were dead
DEAD, to be
l.To expire, J?ij gava.
Num 20. 29 congregation saw that Aaron was dead
2.To die, mo ninth.
Gen. 42. 38 for his brother is dead, and he is left
44. 20 and his brother is dead, and he alone is
50. 15 brethren saw that their father was dead
Exod. 4. 19 all the men are dead which sought thy
9. 7 there was not one of the cattle . . dead
Dent. 2. 16 the men of war were consumed and dead
Josh. i. 2 Moses my servant is dead ; now therefore
Judg. 4. i children . . did evil . . when Ehud was dead
8. 33 it came to pass, as soon as Gideon was d.
9. 55 men of Israel saw that Abimelech was d.
20. 5 concubine have they forced, that she is d.
i Sa. 4. 17 Hophni and Phinehas are dead, and the
4. 19 her father in lawand her husband were d.
17. 51 Philistines saw their champion was dead
25. 39 when David heard that Nabal was dead
28. 3 Samuel was dead,and all Israel had lainen.
31. 5 his armour bearer saw that Saul was dead
31. 7 and that Saul and his sons were dead, they
3 SB. i. 4 and many of the people also are. .dead
i. 4 Saul and Jonathan his son are dead also
1. 5 How knowest thou that Saul . .be dead ?
2. 7 ye valiant : for your master Saul is deail
2 Sa. 4. i Saul s son heard that Abner was dead in
4. 10 one told me, saying, Behold, Saul is dead
ii. 21 Thy servant Criah the Hittite isdead also
ii. 24 and (some) of the king s servants be dead
11. 24 thy servant Uriah the Hittite is dead
it. 26 heard that Uriah her husband was dead
12. 18 feared to tell him that the child was dead
12. 18 if we tell him that the child is dead ?
12. 19 David perceived that the child was dead
12. 19 Is the child dead i And they said, He is d.
12. 21 when the child was dead, thou didst rise
12. 23 now he is dead, wherefore should I fast?
13. 32 Amnon only is dead : for by the appoint.
13. 33 king s sons are dead. . Ainnon only is d.
13. 39 concerning Amnon, seeing he was dead
14. 5 a widow woman, and mine husband is d.
18. 20 no tidings, because the king s son is dead
19. 10 Absalom, whom we anointed over us, is d.
1 Ki. 3. 21 to give my child suck, behold, it was dead
ii. 21 Joab the captain of the host was dead
13. 31 When I am dead, then bury me in the
21. 14 saying, Naboth is stoned, and is dead
21. 15 heard that Naboth was stoned, and was d.
2 Ki. 4. i Thy servant my husband is dead ; and
ii. i when Athaliah. .saw that her son was d.
1 Ch. i. 44 when Bela was dead, Jobab. .reigned hi
i. 45 when Jobab was dead, Husham. .reigned
i. 46 wheu Hushr.m was dead, Hadad . .reigned
i. 47 when Hadad was dead, Samlah. .reigned
i. 48 wheu Samlah was dead, Shaul .. reigned
i. 49 when Shaul was dead, Baal-hanau . .reign.
1. 50 when Baal-hanan was dead.Hadad reigned
2. 19 when Azubah was dead, Caleb took unto
10. 5 his armour bearer saw that Saul was dead
10. 7 and that Saul and his sons were dead
2 Ch.22. 10 when Athaliah. .saw that her son was d.
Job i. 19 fell upon the young men, and they are d.
Eccl. 4. 2 which are already dead, more than the
3. To be come offfrom, airoyu o/j.ai apoginomai.
1 Pe. 2. 24 that we, being dead to sins, should live
4. To die away, airoQfh<ria apothnesko.
Matt. 9. 24 for the maid is not dead, but sleepeth
Mark 5. 35 Thy daughter is dead : why troublest
5. 39 the damsel is not dead, but sleepeth
9. 26 insomuch that many said, He is dead
15. 44 asked . .whether he had been any while d.
Luke 8. 52 Weep not ; she is not dead, but sleepeth
8. 53 they laughed, .knowing that she was dead
John 6. 49 Yourjfathers did eat manna, .and are dead
6. 58 as your fathers did eat manna, and are d.
8. 52 Abraham is dead, and the prophets
8. 53 which is dead ? and the prophets are dead
11. 14 said Jesus unto them. .Lazarus is dead
ii. 25 though he were dead, yet shall he live
Acts 7. 4 when his father was dead, he removed
Rom. 5. 15 if through the offence of one, many bed.
6. 2 How shall we, that are dead to sin, live
6. 7 For he that is dead is freed from sin
6. 8 Now if we be dead with Christ, we believe
7. 2 but if the husband be dead, she is loosed
7. 3 but if her husband be dead, she is free
7. 6 [that being dead! wherein we were held
2 Co. 5. 14 if one died for all, then were all dead
Gal. 2. 19 For I through the law am dead to the
2. 21 by the law, then Christ is dead in vain
Col. 2. 20 Wherefore, if ye be dead with Christ
3. 3 ye are dead, and your life is hid with Ch.
Heb. ii. 4 and by it he, being dead, yet speaketh
Jude 12 without fruit, twice dead, plucked up by
5. To die, 9vi]ffKu> thnesko.
Matt. 2. 20 they are dead which sought the young
Markis. 44 Pilate marvelled if he were already dead
Luke 8. 49 Thy daughter is dead ; trouble not v. 12.
Johnn. 39 Martha, the sister of him that was dead
ii. 41 [(from the place) where the dead was]
11. 44 And he that was dead came forth, bound
12. i where Lazarus was [which had been dead]
19. 33 saw that he was dead already, they brake
Acts 14. 19 drew (him) out. .supposing he had been d.
25. 19 and of one Jesus, which was dead, whom
i Ti. 5. 6 she that liveth in pleasure is dead while
6. To put to sleep, Koipdca koimafi.
1 Co. 7. 39 if her husband be dead, she is at liberty
7. To put to death, vtKpow nekrod.
Rom. 4. 19 he considered not his own body now dead
Heb. it. 12 even of one, and him as good as dead
8.To end (life], r f\fvrdw teleutao.
Matt. 2. 19 But when Herod was dead, behold, an
9. 18 saying, My daughter is even now dead
Acts 2. 29 that he is both dead and buried, and
DEAD with, to be
To die off -with, (TvvaTroQv^ffKta ftimapothnesko.
2 Ti. 2. ii For if we be dead with (him), we shall
DEAD, after men are
Over the dead, tirl vtKpots epi nekrof.t.
Heb. 9. 17 a testament (is) of force after men are d.
DEAD, to become
To put to death, Qavarou thanatoo.
Rom. 7. 4 ye also are become dead to the law by the
DEAD body or carcase
1. Carcase, corpse, rn? geriyyah,
Psa.no. 6 fill (the places) with the dead bodies : he
2. To die, mo muth.
Num. 19. ii that toucheth the dead body of any man
N uni i.y. 13 Whosoever toucheth the dead body of any
19. 16 or a dead body, or a bone of a man, or a
2 Ki. 8. 5 how he had restored a dead body to life
3. Carcase, "\y$ peger.
2 Ch. 20. 24 they (were) dead bodies fallen to the earth
20. 25 they found. .riches with the dead bodies
Jer. 31. 40 And the whole valley of the dead bodies
33- 5 (it is) to fill them with the dead bodies of
41. 9 Ishmael had cast all the dead bodies of
Amos 8. 3 many dead bodies in every place ; they
4. Fallen thing, nSaj nebelah.
Deut 14. 8 ye shall not . .touch their dead carcase
Psa. 79. 2 The dead bodies of thy servants have they
Isa. 26. 19 (together with) my dead body shall Un-y
Jer. 26. 23 cast his dead body into the graves of the
34. 20 their dead bodies shall be for meat unto
36. 30 his dead body shall be cast out in the
5. Soul, e*9J nephesh.
Num .9. 6 who were defiled by the dead body of a
9. 7 We (are) defiled by the dead body of a
9. 10 shall be unclean by reason of a dead body
Q.A fallen thing, irriafj.a ptoma.
R-ev. ii. 8 their dead bodies (shall lie) in the street
ii. 9 shall see their dead bodies three days
ii. 9 shall not suffer their dead bodies to be
DEAD (man)
1 . To die, DID muth.
Gen. 20. 3 Behold, thou (art but) a dead man, for
Psa. 31. 12 I am forgotten as a dead man out of mind
2. To die, Qvi\ffK<a thnesko.
Luke 7. 12 there was a dead man carried out, the
A.Dead, vtKpos nekros.
Matt23. 27 but are within full of dead (men s) bones
28. 4 keepers did shake,and became as dead(m.)
Rev. 16. 3 it became as the blood of a dead (man)
DEAD, half
Half dead, ^uflcwTjs hemithanes.
Luke 10. 30 and departed, leaving (him) half dead
DEAD of itself
Fallen thing, carcase, dead body, n^M nebelah.
Eze. 44. 31 any thing that is dead of itself, or torn
DEAD, he that i*
Dead, vtKp6s nekros.
Luke 7. 15 he that was dead sat up, and began to
i Pe. 4. 6 preached also to them that are dead
DEAD, one
l.To die, mo muth.
Exodi2. 30 not a house where (there was) not one d.
18 or one slain, or one dead, or a grave
2.Dead, vfKpds nekros.
Mark 9. 26 out of him : and he was as one dead
DEADLY
1. Soul, v$i nephesh.
Psa. 17. 9 (from) my deadly enemies, (who) compass
2. Death, rno maveth.
1 Sa. 5.11 there was a deadly destruction throughout
3. Death bearing, Oavarri^dpos thanatephoros.
Jas. 3. 8 an unruly evil, full of deadly poison
4. Death, Bdvaros thanatos.
Rev. 13. 3 and his deadly wound was healed : and
13. 12 first beast, whose deadly wound was heal.
DEADLY thing
Belonging to death, Qavaainos thanasimus.
Marki6. 18 [if they drink any deadly thing, it shall]
DEADNESS
A deadening, putting to death, vticpiaffis nekrosis.
Rom. 4. 19 neither yet the deaduess of Sarah s wo.
DEAF
1. Deaf, silent, v~m cheresh.
Exod. 4. ii or who maketh the dumb, or deaf, or the
Lev. 19. 14 Thou shalt not curse the deaf, nor put a
Psa 38. 13 But I, as a deaf (man), heard not
58. 4 like the deaf adder(that) stoppeth her ear
Isa. 29. 18 in that day shall the deaf hear the words
35. 5 ears of the deaf shall be unstopped
42. 18 Hear, ye deaf ; and look, ye blind, that
42 19 or deaf, as my messenger (that) I sent?
43. 8 have eyes, and the deaf that have ears
2. Blunted, dull, dumb, K<a<f>6s kophos.
Matt1 1. 5 the lepers are cleansed, and the deaf
Mark 7. 32 they bring unto him one that was deaf
7. 37 he maketh both the deaf to hear, and the
a. 25 (Thou) dumb and deaf spirit, .come out
Luke 7. 22 lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, the d.
DEAF, to be
To be silent, deaf, cnn charash.
Mic. 7. 16 they shall lay. .their ears shall be deaf
DEAL, to
l.To appwtion, p^7 chalaq, 3.
2 Sa. 6. 19 he dealt among all the people, (even)
i Ch.i6. 3 he dealt to every one of Israel, both man
2. To do, nyy asah.
Gen. 24. 49 if ye will deal kindly and truly with my
47. 29 deal kindly and truly with me ; bury me
Exod. 5. 15 Wherefore dealest thou thus with thy
14. ii wherefore hast thou dealt thus with us
DEAL 236 DEATH
Exod 21. 9 he shall deal with her after the manner
23. ii In like manner thou shalt deal with thy
Numi i. 15 if thou deal thus with me, kill me, I pray
Deut. 7. 5 But thus shall ye deal with them ; ye
Josh. 2. 14 that we will deal kindly and truly with
Judg. 9. 16 and if ye have dealt well with Jerubbaal
fi9
If ye then have dealt truly and sincerely
4 Thus and thus dealeth Micah with me
Ruth i. 8 deal kindly with you, as ye have dealt
i Sa. 20. 8 Therefore thou shalt deal kindly with
24 1 8 how that thou hast dealt well with me
a Ki. 12. 15 on workmen ; for they dealt faithfully
22. 7 because they dealt faithfully
1 Ch.2o. 3 Even so dealt David with all the cities of
a Ch. 2. 3 As thou didst deal with David my father
19. ii Deal courageously, and the LORD shall
Job 42 8 lest I deal with you (after your) folly, in
Psa. 103. 10 He hath not dealt with us after our sins
119. 65 Thou hast dealt well with thy servant, O
119 124 Deal with thy servant according unto
147. 20 He hath not dealt so with any nation
Prov 10. 4 He becometh poor that dealeth (with) a
12. 22 but they that deal truly (are) his delight
13. 16 Every prudent (man) dealeth with know.
14. 17 (He that is) soon angry dealeth foolishly
21. 24 his name who dealeth in proud wrath
Jer. 6. 13 from the prophet, .every one dealeth
8. io unto the priest every one dealeth falsely
18. 23 deal (thus) with them in the time of
21. 2 if so be that the LORD will deal with us
Eze. 8. 18 Therefore will I also deal in fury, mine
16. 59 I will even deal with thee as thou hast
18. 9 and hath kept my judgments, to deal
22. 7 they dealt by oppression with the stran
22. 14 in the days that I shall deal with thee?
23. 25 and they shall deal furiously with thee
23. 29 And they shall deal with thee hatefully
25. 12 that Edom hath dealt against the house
25. 15 Because the Philistines have dealt by rev.
31. ii he shall surely deal with him: I have
Dan. i. 13 and as thou seest, deal with thy servants
ii. 7 shall deal against them, and shall prev.
Zech. i 6 according to our doings, so hath he dealt
3. To deal out, divide, break asunder, en? paras.
Isa. 58. 7 (Is it) not to deal thy bread to the hungry
4. To part, portion out, pfpifa merizo.
Rom 1 2 3 according as God hath dealt to every man
[See also Bitterly corruptly, deceitfully, falsely,
foolishly, ill, perversely, proudly, subtilely, tenth,
treacherously, unfaithfully, unjustly, well, wickedly
wisely, worse.]
DEAL bountifully, to*
To do, confer benefit, Spj gamal.
Psa. 13. 6 because he hath dealt bountifully with
1 16. 7 for the LORD hath dealt bountifully with
119. 17 Deal bountifully with thy servant, (that)
142. 7 for thou shalt deal bountifully with me
DEAL hardly with
To humble, afflict, ,-ijj? anah, 3.
Gen. 16. 6 when Sarai dealt hardly with her, she
DEAL gubtilly, to
1 . To show self deceitful, "??j nakal, 7.
Psa. 105. 25 He turned their heart, .to deal subtilly
2.7*0 act wisely against, K<naffo<$>iova.t katasophi.
Acts 7. 19 The same dealt subtilly with our kindred
DEAL with, to
I. To do, nyy asah.
Gen. 34. 31 Should he deal with our sister as with an
2 Ki.2i. 6 and dealt with familiar spirits and wiza.
2 Ch.33. 6 used witchcraft, and dealt with a familiar
2. To fall in with, tvTvyx<ivu> entuljchand.
Acts 23. 24 multitude of the Jews have dealt with
3. To do, trottea poieo.
Luke i. 25 Thus hath the Lord dealt with me in the
2. 48 Son, why hast thou thus dealt with us?
4. To bear toward, irpoo-Qfpw prosphero.
Heb. 12. 7 God dealeth with you as with sons; for
DEALINGS with, to have
To use together, or in common, trvyxpdo/j.ai su^ch.
John 4. 9 the Jews have no dealings with the Sam.
DEAR
1. Precious, Tj yaqqir
Jer. 31. 20 (Is) Ephraim my dear son ? (is he) a plea.
2. Love, aydirri agape.
Col. i. 13 translated (us) into the kingdom of his d.
3. Loved, beloved, ayairrirds agapetos.
Eph. 5. i Be ye . .followers of God, as dear children
Col. K 7 As ye also learned of. .ourdearfellowser.
i Th. 2. 8 we were willing, .because ye were dear
4. Muck prized, tvrtfj.os entimos.
Luke 7. 2 a certain centurion s servant, who was de.
5. Prized, ripios timios.
Acts 20. 24 neither count I my life dear unto myself
DEARTH
1. Restraint, dearth, rnxs batstsoreth.
Jer. 14. i came to Jeremiah concerning the dearth
2.Hungert famine, 2jfi raab.
Gen. 41. 54 the seven years of dearth began to come
41. 54 the dearth was in all lands ; but in all
2 Ki. 4. 38 and (there was) a dearth in the land ; and
2 Ch. 6. :.K If then- be dearth in the land, if there be
Neh. 5. 3 we might buy corn, because of the dearth
3.Hunger, u-ant, Ai/toj limos.
Acts 7.11 Now there came a dearth over all the land
ii. 28 there should be great dearth throughout
DEATH
I. To die, DID muth.
Num 35. 31 of a murderer, which (is) guilty of death
Judg. 5. 18 jeoparded their lives unto the death in
16. i (so) that his soul was vexed unto death
1 Sa. 4. 20 about the time of her death the women
2 Sa. 20. 3 shut up unto the day of their death
2 Ki.2o. i In those days was Hezekiah sick unto de.
2 011.32. 24 those days Hezekiah was sick to the death
Isa. 38. i In those days was Hezekiah sick unto d.
2.Death, rny maveth.
Gen. 21. 16 for she said, Let me not see the death of
25. ii it came to pass after the death of Abrah.
26. 18 had stopped them after the death
27. 2 I am old, I know not the day of my death
27. 7 bless thee before the LORD before my de.
27 io that he may bless thee before his death
Exodio 17 he may take away from me this death
Lev. 1 6 i after the death of the two sons of Aaron
Num 1 6 29 If these men die the common death of
23 10 Let me die the death of the righteous
35 25 he shall abide in it unto the death of the
35 28 remained, .until the death of the high
35 28 after the death of the high priest the
35 32 come again, .until the death of the priest
Deut 22 26 in the damsel no sin (worthy) of death
30. 15 I have set. .life and good, and death and
30. 19 (that) I have set before you life and death
31. 27 and how much more after my death !
31. 29 For I know that after my death ye will
33. i blessed the children of Israel before his d.
Josh. i. i after the death of Moses, .it came to pass
2. 13 save alive, .deliver our lives from death
20. 6 until the death of the high priest that
Judg i. i after the death of Joshua it came to pass
13. 7 from the womb to the day of his death
16. 30 the dead which he slew at his death were
Ruth i. 17 (if ought) but death part thee and me
2. 1 1 all that thou hast done . . since the death
1 Sa. 15. 32 Surely the bitterness of death is past
15. 35 came no more, .until the day of his death
20. 3 but a step between me and death
2 Sa. i. i it came to pass after the death of Saul
1. 23 and in their death they were not divided
6. 23 had no child unto the day of her death
15. 21 whether in death or life, even there also
22. 5 When the waves of death compassed me
22. 6 the snares of death prevented me
1 Ki. it. 40 was in Egypt until the death of Solomon
2 Ki. i. i Moab rebelled, .after the death of Ahab
2. 21 shall not be from thence any more death
4. 40 (thou) man of God, (there is) death in the
14. 17 lived after the death of Jehoash, son of
15. 5 he was a leper unto the day of his death
1 Ch.22. 5 David prepared abundantly before his d.
2 Ch.22. 4 after the death of his father, to his destr.
24. 17 Now after the death ofJehoiada came the
25. 25 Amaziah. .lived after the death of Joash
26. 21 was a leper unto the day of his death
32. 33 inhabitants . . did him honour at his death
Job 3. 21 Which long for death, but it(cometh)not
5 20 In famine he shall redeem thee from de
7. 13 my soul chooseth strangling, (and) death
18. 13 (even) the first born of death shall devour
27. 15 Those that remain, .be buried in death
28. 22 Destruction and death say, We have heard
30. 23 I know (that) thou wilt bring me (to) d.
38. 17 Have the gates of death been opened un.
Psa. 6. 5 For in death (there is) no remembrance
7. 13 prepared for him the instruments of de.
9. 13 that liftest me up from the gates of dea.
13. 3 lighten . .lest I sleep the (sleep of) death
18. 4 The sorrows of death compassed me, and
1 8. 5 the snares of death prevented me
22. 15 hast brought me into the dust of death
33. 19 To deliver their soul from death, and to
49. 14 death shall feed on them ; and the uprig.
55. 4 the terrors of death are fallen upon me
55. 15 Let death seize upon them, (and) let them
56. 13 thou hast delivered my soul from death
68. 20 unto GOD. .(belong) the issues from death
73. 4 For (there are) no bands in their death
78. 50 he spared not their soul from death
89. 48 liveth, and shall not see death? shall he
07. 18 they draw near unto the gates of death
1 6. 3 The sorrows of death compassed me, and
16. 8 thou hast delivered my soul from death
16. 15 Precious, .(is) the death of his saints
18. 18 but he hath not given me over unto dea.
Prov. 2 18 her house iuclineth unto death, and her
5 5 Her feet go down to death ; her steps
7. 27 going down to the chambers of death
8. 36. all they that hate me love death
10. 2 but righteousness delivereth from death
11. 4 but righteousness delivereth from death
11. 19 so he. .(pursueth it) to his own death
12. 28 (in) the pathway (thereof there is) no de.
13. 14 to depart from the snares of death
i.;. 12 but the end thereof (are) the ways of de.
it,. 27 to depart from the snares of death
14. 32 but the righteous hath hope in his death
16. 14 wrath of a king (is as) messengers of de.
16. 25 but the end thereof (are) the ways (if <le.
18. 21 Death and life (are) in the power of the
Prov 2 1. 6 tossed to and fro of them that seek death
24. 1 1 to deliver (them that are) drawn unto d.
26. 18 who casteth fire brands, arrows, and de.
Eccl. 7. i the day of death than the day of one s
7. 26 I find more bitter than death the woman
8. 8 neither (hath he) power in the day of de.
Song 8. 6 love (is) strong as death ; jealousy (is)
Isa. 25. 8 He will swallow up death in victory; and
28. 15 We have made a covenant with death
28. 18 your covenant with death shall be
38. 1 8 the grave cannot praise thee, death can
53. 9 made his grave . . with the rich in his de.
53. 12 he hath poured out his soul unto death
Jer. 8. 3 death shall be chosen rather than life
9. 21 death is come up into our windows
15. 2 Such as (are) for death, to death ; and
18. 21 let their men be put to death ; (let) their
21. 8 the way of life, and the way of death
43. 1 1 (and deliver) such (as are) for deatli to d.
52. ii put him in prison till the day of his dea.
52. 34 a portion until the day of his death
Lam. i. 20 abroad the sword bereaveth, at home. .d.
Eze. 18. 32 I have no pleasure in the death of him
28. io shalt die the deaths of the uncircumcised
31. 14 they are all delivered unto death, to the
33. ii I have no pleasure in the death of the
Hos. 13. 14 I will redeem them from death : O death
Jon. 4. 9 I do well to be angry, (even) unto death
Hab. 2. 5 who enlargeth his desire . . and (is) as de.
3. Death, niD moth.
Ezra 7. 26 whether (it he) unto death, or to banish.
4. Dying, death, n?s muth.
Psa. 48. 14 he will be our guide (even) unto death
5. Death, nr^op temuthah.
Psa. i on. 20 loose those that are appointed to death
6. A lifting or taking up, avaipttris anairesis.
Acts 8. i And Saul was consenting unto his death
22. 20 standing by, and consenting unto [his de.]
".Death, Odvaros thanatos.
-Matt. 416 which sat in the region and shadow of d.
io. 21 shall deliver up the brother to death
15. 4 He that curseth. .let him die the death
16. 28 some, .which shall not taste of death
20. 18 and they shall condemn him to death
26. 38 My soul is. .sorrowful, even unto death
26. 66 answered and said, He is guilty of death
Mark 7. io Whoso curseth. .let him die the death
9. i some . . which shall not taste of death
10. 33 they shall condemn him to death, and
13. 12 brother shall betray the brother to death
14. 34 My soul is exceeding sorrowful unto de.
14. 64 all condemned him to be guilty of death
Luke i. 79 sit in darkness and (in) the shadow of d.
2. 26 that he should not see death, before he
9. 27 some, .which shall not taste of death
22. 33 with thee, both into prison, and to death
23. 15 nothing worthy of death is done unto
23. 22 I have found no cause of death in him
24. 20 delivered him to be condemned to death
John 5. 24 but is passed from death unto life
8. 51 keep my saying, he shall never see death
8. 52 my saying, he shall never taste of death
11. 4 This sickness is not unto death, but for
11. 13 Jesus spake of his death : but they
12. 33 signifying what death he should die
1 8. 32 signifying what death he should die
21. 19 signifying by what death he should plor.
Acts 2. 24 WnomGod..havingloosedthepainsof[d.]
13. 28 though they found no cause of death
22. 4 And I persecuted this way unto the dea.
23. 29 nothing laid to his charge worthy of de.
25. 1 1 have committed anything worthy of dea.
25. 25 he had committed nothing worthy of d:
26. 31 This man doeth nothing worthy of death
28. 18 because there was no cause of death in
Rom. i. 32 commit such things are worthy of death
5. io reconciled to God by the death of his Son
5. 12 death by sin; and so [death] passed upon
5 14 death reigned from Adam to Moses, even
5. 17 if by one man s offence death reigned by
5. 21 as sin hath reigned unto death, even so
6. 3 many of . . were baptized into his death?
6. 4 are buried with him by baptism into de.
6. 5 together in the likeness of his death
6. 9 death hath no more dominion over him
6. 16 whether of sin [unto death,] or of obedi.
6. 21 for the end of those things (is) death
6. 23 the wages of sin (is) death ; but the pift
7. 5 did work . . to bring forth fruit unto death
1 7. io (was ordained) to life. I found . .unto d.
7. 13 Was then that which is good made death
7. 13 working death in me by that which is
7. 24 deliver me from the body of this death?
8. 2 made me free from the law of sin and d.
8. 6 to be carnally minded (is) death: but to
8. 38 neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor
1 Co. 3. 2j or life, or death, or things present, or
ii. 26 ye do show the Lord s death till he come
15. 21 since by man (came) death, by man
15. 26 last enemy, .shall lie destroyed (is) death
15. 54 Death is swallowed up in victory
15. 55 O death, where (is) thy sting? O grave
15. 56 The sting of death (is) sin ; and the stren.
2 Co. i. 9 we had the sentence of death in ourselves
1. io Who delivered us from so great a death
2. 16 the savour of death unto death
3. 7 if the ministration of death, written (and)
4. ii we. .are alway delivered unto death for
4. 12 So then death worketh in us, but life in
DEATH
2 Co. 7. 10 but the sorrow of the world worketh d.
11. 23 in prisons more frequent, in deaths oft
Phil. i. 20 whether (it be) by life, or by death
2. 8 became obedient unto death, even the d.
2. 27 For indeed he was sick nigh unto death
2. 30 he was nigh unto death, not recording
3. 10 being made comformable unto his death
Co! i. 22 In the body of his flesh through deatli
a Ti. i. 10 Jesus Christ, who hath abolished death
Heb. 2. 9 Jesus . . for the suffering of death, crowned
2 9 by the grace of God should taste death
2. 14 that through death he might destroy him
2 14 him that had the power of death, that is
2. 15 who through fear of death were all their
5. 7 him that was able to save him from death
j. 23 suffered to continue by reason of death
9 15 that by means of death, for the redemp.
9. 16 there must also of necessity be the death
n. 5 translated that he should not see death
Jas. 1. 15 when it is finished, bringeth forth death
5. 20 shall save a soul from death, and shall
i Jo. 3. 14 We know that we have passed from death
3. 14 loveth not. .abideth in death
5. 16 brother sin a sin (which is) not unto death
5. 16 not unto death. There is a sin unto death
5. 17 and there is a sin not unto death
Rev. i. 1 8 and have the keys of hell and of death
2. 10 be thou faithful unto death, and I will
2. ii He . . shall not be hurt of the second death
2. 23 And I will kill her children with death
6. 8 his name that sat on him was Death, and
6. 8 with sword, and with hunger, and with d.
9. 6 in those days shall men seek death, and
9. 6 shall desire to die, and death shall flee
12. ii they loved not their lives unto the death
13. 3 one of his heads as it were wounded to d.
18. 8 shall her plagues come in one day, death
20. 6 on such the second death hath no power
20. 13 death and hell delivered up the dead w.
20. 14 And death and hell were cast into the lake
20. 14 This is the second death
21. 4 there shall be no more death, neither
21. 8 with fire . .which is the second death
8. End, T(\fvT-f] teleute.
Matt. 2. 15 And was there until the death of Herod
DEATH, appointed to
Condemned to death, firidavdnos epithanatios,
i Co. 4. 9 as it were appointed to death : for we are
DEATH, to be at the point of
To be about to die off, fj.f\\tu airoOfhTKeiv [niello].
John 4. 47 his son : for he was at the point of death
DEATH, to lie at the point of
To hold extremely (ill), be dying, iffx&rcas fxu-
Mark 5. 23 My . . daughter lieth at the point of death
DEATH, to put to
1.7*0 put to death, cause to die, run muth, 5.
Deut 13. 9 be first upon him to put him to death
17. 7 shall be first upon him to put him to d.
Judg 20. 13 that we may put them to death, and put
1 Sa.n. 12 bring the men, that we may put them tod.
2 Sa. 8. 2 two lines measured he to put to death
i Ki. 2. 8 will not put thee to death with the sword
2. 26 will not at this time put thee to death
Esth. 4. ii one law of his to put (him) to death
Jer. 2t>. 15 if ye put me to death, ye shall surely
26. 19 Hezekiah kiug of J. . .put him at all to d.?
26. 21 the king sought to put him to death : but
26. 24 hand of the people to put him to death
38 15 wilt thou not surely put me to death ? and
38. 16 I will not put thee to death, neither will
38. 25 and we will not put thee to death
43. 3 that they might put us to death, and
52. 27 put them to death in Riblab in the land
2. To lift or take up or away, avaipew anaireo.
Luke23 32 led with him to be put to death
Acts 26. 10 when they were put to death, I gave my
S.To go or lead away, awdyu apago.
Acts 12. 19 commanded that (they) should be put tod.
4. To kill off hand, aironTfivca apokteino.
Marki4. i take him by craft, and put (him) to death
LukeiS. 33 shall scourge (him), and put him to death
Johnn. 53 took counsel together for to put him to d.
12. 10 that they might put Lazarus also to death
1 8. 3 1 It is not lawful . . to put any man to death
5. To put to death, 9a.va.TOta thanatoo.
Matt 26. 59 sought false witness . .to put him to death
27. i counsel against Jesus to put him to death
Marki4. 55 sought for witness .. to put him to death
1 Pe. 3. 18 being put to death in the flesh, but quick.
DEATH, would have put to
To wish to kill, 6f\ta a.iroKTf tvai thelo apokteinai.
Matt 14. 5 when he would have put him to death
DEATH, to be put to
1. To die, n?o muth, 6 [V.L. 1].
2 Ki. 14. 6 every man shall be put to death for his
2. To be caused to die, put to death, rna muth, 6.
Gen. 26. ii shall surely be put to death
Exodig. 12 toucheth the mount shall be., put to death
21. 12 smiteth a man. .shall be. .put to death
21.15 smiteth his father . . shall be .. put to death
21. 16 he that stealeth. .shall, .be put to death
21. 17 he that curseth .. shall . .be put to death
ai. 29 and his owner also shall be put to death
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Exod ?.?.. ic} lieth with a beast shall, .be put to death
31. 14 deflleth it shall, .be put to death
31. 15 he shall surely be put to deatli
35. 2 doeth work . . shall be put to death
Lev. 19. 20 they shall not be put to death, because
20. 2, 15 he shall surely be put to death
20. 9 shall be surely put to death
20. 10 adulteress shall surely be put to death
20. 11,12 both of them shall surely be put to d.
20. 13, 16 they shall surely be put to death
20. 27 a wizard, shall surely be put to death
24. 16 he shall surely be put to death, (and) all
24. 16 the stranger . . shall be put to death
24. 17 killeth any man shall, .be put to death
24. 21 killeth a man, he shall be put to death
27. 29 (but) shall surely be put to death
Num. i. 51 that cometh nigh shall be put to death
3. 10,j8 that cometh nigh shall be put to dea.
15. 35 The man shall be surely put to death
18. 7 that cometh nigh shall be put to death
35. 16, 17, 18 murderer shall surely be put to d.
35. 21 he that smote (V>im) shall, .be put to d.
35. 31 but he shall be iurely put to death
Deut 13. 5 dreamer of dreams, shall be put to death
17. 6 put to death . . he shall not be put to death
21. 22 and he be to be put to death, and thou
24. 1 6 The fathers shall not be put to death for
24. 16 neither shall the children be put to death
24. 1 6 every man shall be put to death for his
Josh. i. 18 will not hearken, .he shall be put to d.
Judg. 6. 31 let him be put to death whilst (it is yet)
21. 5 saying, He shall surely be put to death
1 Sa. ii. 13 There shall not a man be put to death
2 Sa. 19. 21 Shall not Shimei be put to death for this
19. 22 shall there any man be put to death this
21. 9 were put to death in the days of harvest
1 Ki. 2. 24 Adonijah shall be put to death this day
2 Ki. 14. 6 The fathers shall not be put to death for
14. 6 nor the children be put to death for the
2 Ch.is. 13 should be put to death, whether small or
23. 7 he shall be put to death : but be ye
Jer. 38. 4 let this man be put to death : for thus he
3. To murder, slay, crush, n^l ratsach.
Nuni35. 30 the murderer shall be put to death by the
DEATH, to cause to be put to
To put to death, 6a.va.T6u> thanatoo.
Matt 10. 21 and cause them to be put to death
Mark 1 3. 12 and shall cause them to be put to death
Luke2i. 16 shall they cause to be put to death
DEATH seize, let
Desolations, niD t?: yeshimoth.
Psa. 55. 15 Let death seize upon them, (and)let them
DEATH, worthy of
1. To die, nia rnuth.
Deut 17. 6 shall he that is wortliy of death be put to
2.A man of death, nia B> N ish maveth.
1 Ki. 2. 26 for thou (art) worthy of death
^Judgment of death, mo agpe mishpat maveth.
Deut 19. 6 he (was) noteworthy of death, inasmuch
21. 22 a man have committed a sin worthy of d.
DEATHS
Death, the dead, nine mamoth.
Jer. 16. 4 They shall die of grievous deaths
Eze. 28. 8 thou shall die the deaths of (them that
DEBASE, to
To make low or humble, Sg^ shaphel, 5.
Isa. 57. 9 and didst debase (thyself even) unto hell
DEBATE
I. Debate, nya matstsah.
Isa. 58. 4 ye fast for strife and debate, and to smite
2. Strife, epts eris.
Rom. i. 29 full of envy, murder, debate, deceit
2 Co. 12. 20 lest (there be) debates, euvyings, wraths
DEBATE, to
To strive, plead, 3"! rib.
Prov 25. 9 Debate thy cause with thy neighbour
Isa. 27. 8 when it shooteth forth, thou wilt debate
DE -BIE, ~ry\ speaker.
1. An Amorite king of Eglon, slain by Joshua, B.C. 1450.
Josh. 10. 3 and unto D. king of Eglon, saying
2. A city in the S. of Judah near Hebron, and the same
as Kirjath-sepher, and Kirjath-sannah.
Josh. 10. 38 Joshua returned. . Israel with him, to D.
10. 39 as he had done to Hebron, so he did to D.
1 1 . 2 1 Joshua . . cut off the A. s . . from H. , from D.
12. 13 The king of D., one ; the king of Geder
15. 7 And the border went up toward D. from
15. 15 he went up thence to the inhabitants of D.
15. 15 name of D. before (was) Kirjath-sepher
15. 49 Dannah. .Kirjath-sannah, which (is) D.
21. 15 Holon with her suburbs, and D. with her
Judg. i. ii thence he went against, .inhabitants of D.
i. ii the name of D. before(was)Kirjath-seph.
i Ch. 6. 58 Hilen with her suburbs, D. with her sub.
3. The "border of Debir" is mentioned as part of the
boundary of Gad, and as not far from Mahanaim.
Josh. 1 3. 26 and from Mahanaim unto the border of D.
DE-BO -RAH, rniri bee, wasp.
1. Rebekah s nurse, B.C. 1732.
Gen. 35. 8 But D. Rebekah s nurse died, and she
DECEIT
2. A prophetess who judged Israel. Her name was an
Egyptian symbol of regal power ; and among the Greeks
it was applied not only to the poets and those peculiarly
chaste, but especially to the priestesses of Delphi,
Cybele and Artemis. She was probably of Ephraim,
though some suppose her to have belonged to Issachar
from the expression in Judg. 5. 15. The common
version calls her "wife of Lapidoth ;" but another ren
dering of the phrase is Tennyson s "the great dame of
Lapidoth ;" or, inidier splendorum, that is, one divinely
illuminated, since "lapidoth" is=" lightnings". The
rabbis however say that she was one who tended the
tabernacle lamps.
Judg. 4. 4 And D., a prophetess. .Judged Israel at
4. 5 And she dwelt under the palm tree of D.
4. 9 And D. arose, and went with Barak to K.
4. 10 and D. went up with him
4. 14 And D. said unto Barak, Up ; for this
(is)
5. i Then sang D. and Barak the son of Abin.
5. 7 I D. arose, that I arose a mother in Israel
5. 12 Awake, awake, D. ; awake, awake, utter
5. 15 And the princes of Issachar (were) with D.
DEBT
I.Hand, i; yad.
Neh. 10. 31 seventh year, and the exaction of every d.
2.Loan, debt, biting interest, nijyp mashshaah.
Prov 22. 26 (or) of them that are sureties for debts
3. Debt, biting interest, T4 neshi.
2 Ki. 4. 7 he said, Go, sell the oil, and pay thy de.
4. To bite, be a usurer, vxj\ nasha.
1 Sa. 22. 2 every one that (was) in debt, and every
5. A loan, what is lent, Sdvtiov daneion.
Matt. 1 8. 27 and loosed him, and forgave him the d.
6. What is owing, indebtedness, o<f>fi\ii opheile.
Matt.iS. 32 I forgave thee all that debt, because
7. What is owing, indebtedness, o<f>d\ri/j.a opheilema.
Matt. 6. 12 forgive us our debts, as we forgive our
Rom. 4. 4 reward not reckoned of grace, but of de.
8. To owe, be indebted, o(f>ti\w opheilo.
Matt. 1 8. 30 into prison, till he should pay the debt
DEBTOR
I. Debtor, one bound, indebted; debt,^n chob.
Eze. 18. 7 hath restored to the debtor his pledge
2. Debtor, one owing anything, o<f>(i\(Ttis opheiletes.
Matt. 6. 12 forgive us our debts, as we forgive our d.
Rom. 1. 14 I am debtor both to the Greeks, and to
8. 12 we are debtors, not to the flesh, to live
15. 27 pleased them, .and their debtors they
Gal. 5. 3 that he is a debtor to do the whole law
S.One owing a debt, xpt<?>e ^*T7J*> XP6 A- eT7 J
Luke 7. 41 a certain creditor which had two debtors
16. s he called every one of his lord s debtors
DEBTOR, to be a ^
To owe, be indebted, 6<pfi\ia opheilo.
Matt.23- 16 by the gold of the temple, he is a debtor !
DE-CA -PO-LIS, AKoiro\s, Ten cities (collectively).
A district named from its containing ten cities, which
were mostly on the E. of the Jordan, extending from
near Damascus to near the N. end of the Salt Sea.
Matt 4 25 followed him.. multitudes.. (from). .D
Mark 5. 20 he departed, and began to publish in D.
7. 31 through the midst of the coasts of D.
DECAY, to
I. To be dried up, 3-in chareb.
Job 14. ii and the flood decayeth and drieth up
2. To be brought low, 7]3D makak, 2.
Eccl.io. iS By much slothfulness the building decay.
3. To make old, iraAajow palaioS.
Heb. 8. 13 Now that which decayeth and waxeth
DECAY, to be fallen in
To move, slip, fail, DID mot.
Lev. 25. 35 fallen in decay with thee; then thou shalt
DECAYED, to be
To be feeble, stumble, V? kashal.
Neh. 4. 10 The strength of the bearers, .is decayed
DECAYED place
A waste, dried up place, njin chorbah.
Isa. 44. 26 I will raise up the decayed places thereof
DECEASE
Outgoing, fyoSos exodoa.
Luke 9 31 his decease which he should accomplish
2 Pe. i. 15 ye may be able after my decease to have
DECEASE, to
To end (life), TtA.fi/Tow teleutao.
Matt. 22. 25 when he had married a wife, deceased
DECEASED
Shades, fearful ones, D N?-I rephaim.
Isa. 26. 14 (they are) deceased, they shall not rise
DECEIT
I. Deceit, ncia mirmah.
Job 15. 35 vanity, and their belly prepareth deceit
31. 5 or if my foot had hasted to deceit
Psa. 10. 7 His mouth is full of cursing and deceit
36. 3 words of his mouth (are) iniquity and d.
38. 12 and imagine deceits all the day long
DECEIT 238 DECLARE
Psa. 50. 19 mouth to evil, and thy tongue frameth <1.
Prov. 12. 5 (but) the counsels of the wicked (are)de.
12. 17 but a false witness deceit
12. 20 Deceit is in the heart of them that
14. 8 his way : but the folly of fools (i.-
!
! ci<
26. 24 he that hateth. .layeth up deceit within
Isa. 53. 9 neither (was any) deceit in his mouth
Jer. 5. 27 so (are) their houses full of deceit
9. 6 Thine habitation (is) in the midst of dec
9. 6 through deceit they refuse to know me
9. 8 it speaketh deceit : (one) speaketh
Hos. ii. 12 and the house of Israel with deceit : but
12. 7 the balances of deceit (are) in his hand
Amos 8. 5 and falsifying the balances by deceit ?
/ph. i. 9 fill their masters houses with, .deceit
2. Deceit, deception, JIN? .? mashshaon.
Prov. 26. 26 (Whose) hatred is covered by deceit, his
Z.Deceit, fraud, fi;^ remiijyah.
Job 27. 4 wickedness, nor my tongue utter deceit
l .-;i.i..i. 7 He that worketh deceit shall not dwell
^.Falsehood, itf? sheqer.
Prov.2o. 17 Bread of deceit (is) sweet to a man ; but
5.Fraud, oppression, nit tok.
Psa. 55. ii deceit and guile depart not from her
72. 14 He shall redeem their soul from deceit
6. Deceit, TV?"!!?, [v.L. mon?], tarmith.
Jer. 14. 14 a thing of nought, and the deceit of their
7. Deceit, jvp-in tarmith.
Psa. 1 19, 1 18 Thou hast trodden down, .for their dec
Jer. 8. 5 they hold fast deceit, they refuse to retu.
23. 26 prophets of the deceit of their own heart
8. Deceit, atrdrri apate.
Col. 2. 8 through philosophy and vain deceit, after
9. Bait, guile. SoA^r dolos.
Mark 7. 22 Thefts, covetousness, wickedness, deceit
Rom. i. 29 full of envy, murder, debate, deceit
10. Wandering, leading astray, error, ir\dvi] plant.
1 Th. 2. 3 For our exhortation (was) not of deceit
DECEIT, to use
To use a bait, guilt;, So\i6u doliod.
Rom. 3. 13 with their tongues they have used deceit
DECEITFUL
I.A lie, lying, 215 kazab.
Prov.23. 3 Be not desirous, .for they (are; deceitful
^.Deceit, "ip"ic tnirmah.
PB. 5. 6 will abhor the bloody and deceitful man
35. 20 but they devise deceitful matters against
43. i deliver me from the deceitful and unjust
52. 4 lo vest all devouring words, O (thou)decei.
55. 23 and deceitful men shall not live out half
109. 2 and the mauth of the deceitful are opened
Prov.14. 25 but a deceitful (witness) speaketh lies
Mic 6. ii and with the bag of deceitful weights?
3. Crooked, slippery, 2py aqob.
Jer. 17. 9 The heart (is) deceitful above all (things)
4. To be abundant, iny athar, 2.
Prov 27. 6 but the kisses of an enemy (are) deceitful
5. Deceit, remissness, rvDT remiyyah.
Psa. 78. 57 turned aside like a deceitful bow
120. 2 lying lips, (and) from a deceitful tongue
Hos. 7. 16 they are like a deceitful bow : their prin.
Mic. 6. 12 their tongue (is) deceitful in their mouth
6. Falsehood, ij^ sheqer.
Prov ii. 18 The wicked worketh a deceitful work
31. 30 Favour (is) deceitful, and beauty (is) vain
1. Frauds, oppressions, D srn tekakim.
Prov 29. 13 The poor and the deceitfi J man meet tog.
8. Deceit, rrp-w tarmith.
Zeph 3. 13 neither shall a deceitful tongue be found
9. Deceit, birdr-i) apate.
Eph. 4. 22 corrupt according to the deceitful lusts
10. Guileful, SfiAiot dolios.
2 Co ii. 13 For such (are) false apostles, deceitful
DECEITFULLY
1 . With deceit, ncip? be-mirmah, ftfffl le*mirmdh.
Gen. 34. 13 the sons of Jacob answered, .deceitfully
Psa. 24. 4 who hath not lifted up. .nor sworn deceit,
ban ii. 23 after the league, .he shall work deceit.
2. Deceit, rwri remiyyah.
Job 13. 7 Will ye speak .. and talk deceitfully for
Psa. 52. 2 like a sharp razor, working deceitfully
Jer. 48. 10 doeth the work of the LORD deceitfully
DECEITFULLY, to deal
1. To deal treacherously, deceive, 139 bagad.
Exod 21. 8 seeing he hath dealt deceitfully with her
Job 6. 15 My brethren have dealt deceitfully as a
2.To deceive, mock, Snn hatkal, 3; or ^ total, . .
Exod. 8. 29 let not Pharaoh deal deceitfully any n.ore
DECEITFULLY, to get
TH (jet by oppression, pyy ashaq.
Lev. 6. 4 the thing which he hath deceitfully got.
DECEITFULLY, to handle
To use guilefully, SoAo cu dolod.
a Co. 4. a nor handling the word of God deceitfully
DECEITFULNESS -
Deceit, dirdr-n npate.
Matt 13 22 the deeeitfulness of riches choke the w.
Mark 4. 19 the deeeitfulness of riches .choke the w.
llrli 3. 13 hardened through the deceitfulness of sin
DECEITS
Deceits, deceitful things, ni^nqs mahathalloth.
Isa. 30 10 speak unto us smooth things, prophesy d.
DECETVABLENESS
Deceit, dirdrr] apate.
2 Th. v. 10 with all deceivableness of unrighteous.
DECEIVE, to
1.7*o deceive, mock, play upon one, Vnn hathal, 3.
Gen. 31. 7 And your father hath deceived me, and
Jer. 9. 5 they will deceive every man his neigh.
2. To lie, feign, vns kachash, 3.
Zech 13. 4 shall they wear a rough garment todece.
3. To lead astray, W?) nasha, 5.
2 Ki. 1 8. 29 Let not Hezekiah deceive you ; for he
19. 10 thy God in whom thou trustest deceive
2 Ch. 32. 15 therefore let not Hezekiah deceive you
Isa. 36. 14 Let not Hezekiah deceive you ; for he
37. 10 thy God in whom thou trustest deceive
Jer. 4. 10 surely thou hast greatly deceived thispe.
29. 8 Let not your prophets, .deceive you
37. 9 Thus saith the LORD, Deceive not your.
49. 16 Thy terribleness hath deceived thee, (and)
Obad. 3 The pride of thine heart hath deceived
7 men that were at peace . . have deceived
4. To oppress, pyy ashaq.
Lev 6. 2 or hath deceived his neighbour
5. To entice, persuade, deceive, np? pathah, 3.
2 Sa 3. 25 Thou knowest. .that he came to deceive
Prov 24. 28 Be not a witness . . and deceive (not) with
Jer. 20. 7 LORD, thou hast deceived me, and I was
Eze. 14. 9 I the LORI) have deceived that prophet
6. To throw down, deceive, no") ramah, 3.
1 Sa. 19. 17 Why hast thou deceived me so, and sent
28 12 Why hast thou deceived me? for thou
2 Sa. 19. 26 My Lord, king, my servant deceived
Prov 26. 19 the man (that) deceiveth his neighbour
Lam. i. 19 I called for my lovers, (but) they deceiv.
7. To deceive, lead astray, n^ shalah, 5.
2 Ki. 4 28 did I not say, Do not deceive me?
8. To deceive, dirardu apatao.
Eph. 5. 6 Let no man deceive you with vain words
i Ti. 2. 14 And Adam was not deceived, but the w.
2. 14 [being deceived] was in the transgression
Jas. i. 26 bridleth not his tongue, but deceiveth
9. To deceive greatly, ^a-rardta exapatao.
Rom. 7. ii For sin. .deceived me, and by it slew (me)
1 6. 1 8 by good words, .deceive the hearts of the
1 Co. 3. 18 Let no man deceive himself. If any man
2 Th. 2. 3 Let no man deceive you by any means
10.7*0 reason amiss, irapa.\oyiofi.cu paralogizomai.
Jas. i. 22 not hearers only, deceiving your own sel.
11.7V> lead astray, r\avdo> planao.
Matt 24. 4 Take heed that no man deceive you
24. 5 saying, I am Christ ; and shall deceive
24. ii many false prophets, .shall deceive many
24. 24 if (it were) possible, they shall deceive
Mark 1 3. 5 Take heed lest any (man) deceive you
13. 6 saying, I am (Christ) ; and shall deceive
Luke2i. 8 Take heed that ye be not deceived
John 7. 12 others said, Nay ; but he deceiveth the
7. 47 answered .. Pharisees, Are ye also deceiv.?
1 Co. 6. 9 Be not deceived : neither fornicators, nor
15. 33 Be not deceived : evil communications
Gal. 6. 7 Be not deceived ; God is not mocked
2 Ti. 3. 13 wax worse, .deceiving.and being deceived
Titus 3. 3 sometimes foolish, disobedient, deceived
i Jo. i . 8 that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves
3. 7 Little children, let no man deceive you
Rev. 12. 9 and Satan, which deceiveth the whole
13. 14 deceiveth them that dwell on the earth
18. 23 by thy sorceries were all nations deceived
19. 20 with which he deceived them that had
20. 3 that he should deceive the nations no
20. 8 shall go out to deceive the nations which
20. 10 the devil, that deceived them, was cast
1 2. Wandering, leading astray, ir\dvi] plane.
Eph. 4. 14 whereby they lie in wait to deceive
13.7V/ deceive the mind, typtvaira-rdu jihrrti< /i<if<ir,.
Gal. 6. 3 when he is nothing, he deceiveth himself
DECEIVED
1. To be deceived, Snn hathal, 4; or ^ talal, 6.
Isa. 44. 20 a deceived heart hath turned him aside
2. To err, go astray, i:y shagag.
Job 12. 16 the deceived and the deceiver (are) his
DECEIVED, to be
1. To be led astray. K^J nasha, 2.
Isa. 19. 13 the princes of Noph are deceived
2.7*o be enticed, persuaded, deceived, n^ pathah.
Deut.n. 1 6 Take heed, .your heart be not deceived
3. 7*o be enticed, persuaded, deceived, .tpp pathah, 2.
Job 31. 9 If mine heart have been deceived by a
Jer. 20. 7 I was deceived ; thou art stronger than I
4.7*0 be enticed, persutuled, deceived, np$ pathah, 4.
Eze. 14. 9 if the prophet be deceived when he hath
5. 7*o err, go astray, nyp shagah.
Prov 20. i whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise
6. To err, icanuer, go astray, ny$ tnah, 2.
Job 15. 31 Let not him that is deceived trust in
DECEIVER
1 . 7*o show self deceitful, *?;; nakal.
Mai. 1.14 cursed (be) the deceiver, which hath in
2. 7V> cause to err, go astray, riy? shagah, 5.
Job 12. 16 the deceived and the deceiver (are) his
3. To err, go astray, yy$ taa, 3a.
Gen. 27. 12 and I shall seem to him as a deceiver
4. Leader astray, deceiver, ir\dvos pianos.
Matt 27. 63 Sir, we remember that that deceiver said
2 Co. 6. 8 By honour and dishonour . . as deceivers
2 Jo. 7 many deceivers areentered into the world
7 This is a deceiver and an antichrist
5. One who deceives t/ie mind, (ppfvairdrijs phrena.
Titus i. 10 many unruly, .vain talkers and deceiv
DECEIVING
Deceit, dirdrr] apate.
2 Pe. 2. 13 sporting themselves wfth their own [dece.]
DECENTLY
Becomingly, tvcrxfi^vuy euschemonds.
i Co. 14. 40 all things be done decently and in order
DECIDE, to
To determine, j^n charats.
i Ki.2o. 40 thy judgment be ; thyself hast decided
DECISION
Decision, determination, pin charuts.
Joel 3. 14 multitudes in the valley of decision
3. 14 the day. .(is) near in the valley of decision
DECE, to
1.7*0 make fair, beautify, "$; yaphah, 3.
Jer. 10. 4 They deck it with silver and with gold
2.7*0 prepare, jn? kalian, 3.
Isa. 61. 10 as a bridegroom decketh (himself) with
3. To adorn, rny adah.
Eze. 16. nl decked thee also with ornaments, and
4. 7*o do, make,
~
yy asah.
Eze. 16. 16 deckedst thy high places with divers
5. To deck, spread out, ~<yi rabad.
Prov. 7. 16 I have decked my bed with coverings of
6. 7V> make golden, xpwou chrusoo.
Rev. 17. 4 decked with gold, and precious stones
18. 16 decked with gold, and precious stones
DECK (self)
To adorn (self), rnj? adah.
Job 40. 10 Deck thyself now (with) majesty and ex
Jer. 4. 30 though thou deckest thee with ornaments
Eze. 23. 40 and deckedst thyself with ornaments
Hos. 2. 13 she decked herself with her earrings and
DECKED to be
To adorn (self), n-\y adah.
Eze. 16. 13 Thus wast thou decked with gold and
DECLARATION
1. Showing, declaration, njnN achvah.
Job 13. 17 Hear diligently, .my declaration with
2. Explanation, exposition, 7V&~1$ parashah.
Esth.io. 2 declaration of the greatness of Mordecai
3. A leading through, full declaration, SiTJ-yTjim.
Luke i. i to set forth in order a declaration of
DECLARE (to), to
1.7*o say, i?N amar.
Psa. 40. 10 I have declared thy faithfulness and thy
Dan. 4. 18 declare the interpretation thereof
2.7*0 explain, n><5 baar, 3.
Deut.i. 5 began Moses to declare this law, saying
3. To explain, 112 bur.
Eccl. 9. i I considered in my heart, sven to declare
4. To speak, iy* dabar, 3.
Lev. 23. 44 Moses declared unto the children jf Isr.
Josh 20. 4 shall declare his cause in the ears of
5. 7*o make knmm, jn; yada, 5.
Neh. 8. 12 the words that were declared unto them
Job 26. 3 ftiow) hast thou plentifully declared the
40. 7 demand of thee, and declare thou unto
42. 4 demand of thee, and declare thou unto
Psa. 77. 14 thou hast declared thy strength among
Isa. 12. 4 declare his doings among the people, mnke
6. 7*o put before (one}, "UJ nagad, 5.
Gen. 41. 24 (there was) none that could declare (it)
Dcut. 4. 13 he declared unto you his covenant, which
Judgi4. 12 if ye can certainly declare it me within
14. 13 if ye cannot declare (it) me, then shall ye
14. 15 that he may declare unto us the riddle
2 Sa. 19. 6 thou hast declared this day, that thou
Esth. 4. 8 to declare (it) unto her, and to charge
Job 21. 31 Who shall declare his way to his face ?
3*1. 37 I would declare unto him the number of
38. 4 declare, if thou hast understanding
38. 18 declare if thou knowest it Rl)
DECLARE 239 DEDICATED
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Mic. i.
Zech. 9.
11 declare among the people his doings
31 shall declare his righteousness unto a
9 praise thee? shall it declare thy truth?
1 8 I will declare mine iniquity ; I will be
s I would declare and speak (of them)
6 the heavens shall declare hisrighteousne.
9 fear, and shall declare the work of God
1 7 hitherto have I declared thy wondrous
9 I will declare for ever ; I will sing praises
6 The heavens declare his righteousness
4 and shall declare thy mighty acts
9 they declare their sin as Sodom, they hide
6 set a watchman, let him declare what he
10 that which I have heard, .have I declared
26 Who hath declared from the beginning
9 come to pass, and new things do I declare
12 and declare his praise in the islands
9 who among them can declare this, and
12 I have declared, and have saved, and I
7 who, as I, shall call, and shall declare it
8 have not I told thee . . and have declared
19 I the LORD, .declare things that are right
10 Declaring the end from the beginning
3 I have declared the former things from
5 I have even from the beginning declared
6 see all this ; and will not ye declare (it)?
14 which among them hath declared these
20 with a voice of singing declare ye, tell
12 I will declare thy righteousness, and thy
19 they shall declare my glory among the
5 Declare ye in Judah, and publish in Jeru.
15 a voice declareth from Dan, and publish.
20 Declare this in the house of Jacob, and
1 2 and (who is he) . . that he may declare it
10 declare (it) in the isles afar off, and say
13 Michaiah declared unto them all the wor.
15 If I declare (it) unto thee, wilt thou not
25 Declare unto us now what thou hast said
4 I will declare (it) unto you ; I will keep
20 so declare unto us, and we will do (it)
21 I have this day declared (it) to you
14 Declare ye in Egypt, and publish in Mig.
2 Declare ye among the nations, and publish
28 to declare in Zion the vengeance of the
36 yea, declare unto them their abomination
4 declare all that thou seest to the house
12 their staff declareth unto them : for the
13 he. .declareth unto man what (is) his
10 Declare ye (it) not at Gath, weep ye not
8 declare unto Jacob his transgression
12 to day do I declare (that) I will render
J.Tii recount, declare, 155 saphar, 3.
i Ch.i6. 24 Declare his glory among the heathen
Job 12. 8 fishes of the sea shall declare unto thee
15. 17 and that (which) I have seen I will decl.
28. 27 Then did he see it, and declare it
Psa. 2. 7 I will declare the decree : the LORD hath
ig. i The heavens declare the glory of God
22. 22 I will declare thy name unto my brethren
50. 16 What hast thou to do to declare my stat.
66. 16 I will declare what he hath done for my
73. 28 that I may declare all thy works
75. i (that) thy name (is) near thy . . works dec.
78. 6 arise and declare (them) to their children
96. 3 Declare his glory among the heathen
02. 21 To declare the name of the LORD in Zion
07. 22 and declare his works with rejoicing
1 8. 17 and declare the works of the LORD
19. 13 With my lips have I declared all the judg.
IQ. 26 I have declared my ways, and thou heard.
45. 6 and I will declare thy greatness
Jsa. 43. 26 declare thou, that thou mayest be justi.
Jer. 51. 10 let us declare in Zion the work of
Eze. 12. 16 that they may declare all their abomina.
8. To meditate, declare, jrip siach, 3a.
Isa. 53. 8 and who shall declare his generation?
9. To cause to hear, ycy shama, 5.
Isa. 41. 22 or declare us things for to come
41. 26 yea, (there is) none that declareth
45. 21 who hath declared this from ancient
10. To tell again, avayyf\\ta anaggello.
Acts 15. 4 they declared all things that God had
20. 27 I have not shunned to declare unto you
i Jo. i. 5 which we have heard of him, and declare
11. To put or place up, dyaT/fle/uai anatithemai.
Acts 25. 14 Festus declared Paul s cause unto the k.
12.ro tell off, a.Tra.yyf\\o> apaygello.
Luke 8 47 she declared unto him before all the peo.
Heb. 2. 12 I will declare thy name unto my brethren
i Jo. i. 3 That which we have seen and heard dec.
13. To make known, yvcapifa gndrizo.
John 1 7. 26 1 have declared, .and will declare (it)
i Co. 15. i I declare unto you the gospel which I
Col. 4. 7 All my state shall Tychicus declare unto
14. To manifest, $ri\6<i> deloo.
i Co. i. it it hath been declared unto me of you
3. 13 for the day shall declare it, because it
Col. i. 8 Who also declared unto us your love in
15. To tell fully, Stayye\\w diaygello.
Rom. 9. 17 my name might be declared throughout
16.ro lead through, Sirjye o/uai diegeomai.
Acts 8. 33 who shall declare his generation ? for
9. 27 declared unto them how he had seen the
12. 17 he. .declared unto them how the Lord had
17. To lead throughout, tKSniyfon.ai ekditgeomai.
Acts 13. 41 in no wise believe, though a man declare
15. 3 they passed through . . declaring the conv.
18.-1 shewing, IVStifij endeixis.
Rom. 3. 25 declare his righteousness for the reir.is.
3. 26 declare, (I say), at this time his righteo.
19.ro lead out, efaytonai exegeomai.
John i. 1 8 the only begotten Son. .hath declared
Acts 10. 8 when he had declared all (these) things
15. 12 declaring what miracles and wonders God
15. 14 Simeon hath declared howGod. .did visit
21. 19 he declared particularly what things God
20. To tell fully, Karayyf\\u kataygello.
Acts 17. 23 ye ignorantly worship, him declare I unto
i Co. 2. i declaring unto you the testimony of God
21.7*0 mark out, opifa horizo.
Rom. i. 4 declared (to be) the Son of God with
22. To tell near, Trapayyt\\<a paraygellO.
1 Co. ii. 17 I declare (unto you) I praise (you) not
23. To explain. Qpdfa phrazo.
Matt 13. 36 [Declare] unto us the parable of the tares
15. 15 said unto him, Declare unto us this par.
24. To tell good news, tvayyf\ifa euaf/gelizo.
Rev. 10 7 he hath declared to his servants the pro.
DECLARE glad tidings unto, to
To tell good neics, (vayyf\ifa euaygelizo.
Acts 13. 32 we declare unto you glad tidings, how
DECLARE manifestly, to
To manifest, (pavtpoca phaneroO.
2 Co. 3. 3 manifestly declared to be the epistle of
DECLARE plainly, to
To manifest, f/j.(pai>ifa emphanizo.
Heb. ii. 14 declare plainly that they seek a country
DECLARED, to be
1. To be put before, ijj nagad, 6.
Isa. 21. 2 A grievous vision is declared unto me ; the
2. To number, 15? saphar, 3.
Exod. 9. 1 6 thatmy name may be declared throughout
3. To be numbered, 151? saphar, 4.
Psa. 88. ii Shall thy loving kindness be declared In
4. To be spread out, explained, 2n parash, 4.
Xum 15. 34 it was not declared what should be done
DECLINE, to
l.To incline, stretch down or out, naj natah.
Exod23. 2 shalt thou speak in a cause to decline
Psa. 44. 18 neither have our steps declined from thy
102. ii My days (are) like a shadow that declin.
109. 23 gone like the shadow when it declineth
119. 51 (yet) have I not declined from thy law
119. 157 (yet) do I not decline from thy testimo.
Prov. 4. 5 neither decline from the words of my
2. To (cause to) incline, nip: natah, 5.
Job 23. ii his way have I kept, and not declined
3. To turn aside, I D sur.
Deut 1 7. 1 1 thou shalt not decline from the sentence
2 Ch. 34. 2 declined (neither) to the right hand nor
4. To turn aside, npy> satah.
Prov. 7. 25 Let not thine heart decline to her ways
DECREASE, to
l.To be or become lacking, ipn chaser.
Gen. 8. 5 the waters decreased continually until
2. To lessen, ^AOTTOCO elattoo.
John 3. 30 He must increase, but I (must) decrease
DECREASE, to suffer to
To cause or let be few, eyi? maat, 5.
Psa. 107. 38 He . . suffereth not their cattle to decrease
DECREE
1.^4 bond, IDK esar.
Dan. 6. 7 have consulted, .to make a firm decree
6. 8 O king, establish the decree, and sign the
6. 9 Darius signed the writing and the decree
6. 12 and spake, .concerning the king s decree
6. 12 Hast thou not signed a decree, that every
6. 13 nor the decree that thou hast signed, but
6. 15 no decree nor statute which the king
2.A thing cut out or decided, rrya gezerah.
Dan. 4. 17 This matter (is) by the decree of the
4. 24 O king, and this (is) the decree of the
3.A word, matter, thing, -qj dabar.
2 Ch. 30. 5 So they established a decree to make
4. Law, a thing given forth, rn dath.
Esth. 2. 8 when the king s, .decree was heard, and
3. 15 and the decree was given in Shushan the
4. 3 the king s commandment and his decree
4. 8 the writing of the decree that was given
8. 14 decree was given at Shushan the palace
8. 17 the king s commandment and his decree
9. i the king s commandment and his decree
q. 13 according unto this day s decree, and let
9. 14 the decree was given at Shushan ; and
Dan. 2. 9 (there is but) one decree for you; for ye
2. 13 the decree went forth that the wise (men)
2. 15 Why (is) the decree (so) hasty from the
5. Statute, thing decreed, or marked out, pn choq.
Job 28. 26 When he made a decree for the rain, and
Psa. 2. 7 I will declare the decree : the LORD hath
148. 6 he hath made a decree w hi. h ahull not
Prov. 8. 29 When he gave to the sea his decree, that
Jer. 5. 22 bound of the sea by a perpetual decree
Mic. 7. ii that day shall the decree lie far removed
Zeph. 2. 2 Before the decree bring forth, (before) the
Q. Statute, thing decreed or marked out, pjjn cheqeq.
Isa. 10. i unrighteous decrees, and that write
7. Taste, discretion, Dye taam.
Jon. 3. 7 by the decree of the king and his nobles
8. Taste, discretion, cyt) teem.
Ezra 5. 13 Cyrus made a decree to build this house
5. 17 that a decree was made of Cyrus the king
6. i the king made a decree, and search was
6. 3 the king made a decree (concerning) the
6. 8 I make a decree what ye shall do to the
6. 1 1 I have made a decree, that whosoever
6. 12 I Darius have made a decree ; let it be
7. 13 I make a decree, that all they of the
7. 21 I. .do make a decree to all the treasurers
Dan. 3. 10 Thou, O king, hast made a decree, that
3. 29 I make a decree, That every people, nation
4. 6 Therefore made I a decree to bring in all
6. 26 I make a decree, That in every dominion
9. Saying, "icttD maa/nar.
Esth. 9. 32 tihe decree of Esther confirmed these
10. Matter, thing, Djrj? pithgam.
Esth. i. 20 when the king s decree which he shall
11. Anything set up or established, D;P ge-yam.
Dan. 6. 7 to make a firm decree, that whosoever
12. Dogma, decree, $6y/j.a dogma.
Luke 2. i there went out a decree from Cesar Aug.
Acts 16. 4 they delivered them the decrees for to
17. 7 all do contrary to the decrees of esar
DECREE, to
1. To cut out, separate, polish, njj gazar.
Job 22. 28 Thou shalt also decree a thing, and it
2. To cut out, mark out, ppn chaqaq.
Isa. 10. i Woe unto them that decree unrighteous
3. To cut out, mark out, ppn cha.qaq, Za.
Prov. 8. 15-kings reign, and princes decree justice
4. To raise iq), confirm, establish, Dip qum, 3.
Esth. 9. 31 as they had decreed for themselves, and
5. To judge, icpivw krino.
i Co. 7. 37 hath so decreed in his heart that he will
DECREED (place)
1. Statute, pn choq.
Job 38. 10 And brake up for it my decreed (place)
2. To determine, fin charats.
Isa. 10. 22 the consumption decreed shall overflow
DECREED, to be
To be cut out, separated, nja gazar, 2.
Esth. 2. i remembered . . what was decreed against
DE -DAN, |T) low.
1. A grandson of Cush son of Ham, B.C. 2200.
Geu. 10. 7 the sons of Raamah ; Sheba, and D.
i Ch. i. 9 the sons of Raamah ; Sheba, and D.
2. A son of Abraham by Keturah, B.C. 1810.
Gen. 25. 3 And Jokshan begat Sheba and D.
25. 3 the sons of D. were Asshurim, and Let.
i Ch. i. 32 And the sons of Jokshau ; Sheba, and D.
3. A district near Edom between Sela and the Salt Sea,
not far from Edom.
Jer 2s 23 D and Tema, and Buz, and all (that are)
40 8 turnback, dwell deep, O inhabitants of D.
Eze 25 13 and they of D. shall fall by the sword
27. 15 The men of D. (were) thy merchants
27 20 D. (was) thy merchant in precious clothes
3S. 13 Sheba, and D., and the merchants of Tar.
DE-DA -NIM,
Descendants of Raamah, grandson of Ham, B.C. 2200.
Isa. 21. 13 O ye travelling companies of I>
DEDICATE, to -
1. TII press in or on, dedicate, ~jn chanak.
Deut 20. 5 What man . . hath not dedicated it . let
20. 5 lest he die . . and another man dedicate it
1 Ki 8 63 children of Israel dedicated the house
2 Ch. 7. 5 all the people dedicated the house of God
2. To cause a separation, hallow, enp, qadesh, 5.
Judg 1 7 3 I had wholly dedicated the silver unto
2 Sa 8. 1 1 Which also king David did dedicate unto
8 ii the silver and gold that he had dedicated
2 Ki !> 18 his fathers, kings of Judah, had dedicat.
1 Ch 18 n Them also king David dedicated unto the
26. 26 the captains of the host, had dedicated
26. 27 the spoils won in battles did they dedicate
26! 28 Joab the son of Zeruiah, had dedicated
26 28 whosoever had dedicated (any thing), (it
2 Ch. 2! 4 to dedicate (it) to him, (and) to burn
3. To make anew, iymmarlfu eykainizv.
Heb. 9. 18 neither the first (testament) was dedica.
DEDICATED thing
l.A thing devoted to God, D^n cherem.
Eze. 44. 29 every dedicated thing in Israel shall be
2. A thing separated, hallowed, enp qodesh.
i Ki. 7. 51 the things which David, .had dedicated
DEDICATING 240 DEFEND
1 Ki. 15. 15 the things which his father had dedicated
15. 15 the things which himself had dedicated
2 Ki. 12. 4 All the money of the dedicated things
1 Ch.26. 20 the treasures of the dedicated things
26. 26 all the treasures of the dedicated things
28. 12 of the treasuries of the dedicated things
2 Ch. 5. i things that David his father had dedica.
15. 18 the things that his father had dedicated
15. 18 the things., that he himself had dedicated
24. 7 the dedicated things of the house of the
31! 12 tithes and the dedicated (things) faithful.
DEDICATING, DEDICATION
A pressing in, dedication, nan chanukkah.
.Num. 7. 10 the princes offered for dedicating of the
7. ii offering, .for the dedicating of the altar
7. 84, 88 This (was) the dedication of the altar
2 Ch. 7. 9 they kept the dedication of the altar
Ezra 6. 1 6 kept the dedication of this house of God
6. 17 offered at the dedication of this house
>*eh. 12. 27 at the dedication of the wall of Jerusal.
iz. 27 bring them, .to keep the dedication with
Psa. 30. title, (at) the dedication of the house of D.
Dan. 3. 2 to come to the dedication of the image
3. 3 provinces, were gathered . . unto the dedi.
DEDICATION, feast of the
The renewals, TO. tyKaivia. ta eflkainia.
John 10. 22 at Jerusalem the feast of the dedication
DEED
I. Deed, recompense, Wea gemulah.
Isa. 59. 18 According to (their) deeds, accordingly
2. Wonl, thing, matter, iyj dabar.
2 Ch.35. 27 his deeds, first and last, behold, they(are)
Esth. i. 17 (this) deed of the queen shall come abro.
1. 18 which have heard of the deed of the que.
Jer. 5. 28 they overpass the deeds of the wicked
2. Work, deed, nfyp maaseh.
Gen. 20. a thou hast done deeds unto me that ought
44. 15 What deed (is) this that ye have done?
Ezra 9. 13 that is come upon us for our evil deeds
4. living, deed, r^ hy. alilah.
i Ch.i6. 8 make known his deeds among the people
Psa. 105. i make known his deeds among the people
5.A ct, action, ^ys poal.
Psa. 28. 4 Give them according to their deeds, and
Jer. 25. 14 recompense them according to their deeds
6. Work, $pyov ergon.
Luke ii. 48 that ye allow the deeds of your fathers
24. 19 which was a prophet mighty in deed and
John 3. 19 loved darkness, .because their deeds were
3. 20 neither cometh. .lest his deeds should be
3. 21 that his deeds may be made manifest
8. 41 Ye do the deeds of your father
Acts 7. 22 and was mighty in words and in deeds
Rom. 2. 6 render to every man according to his de.
3. 20 by the deeds of the law there shall no
3. 28 by faith without the deeds of the law
15. 18 the Gentiles obedient, by word and deed
1 Co. 5. 2 that he that hath done this deed might
2 Co. 10. 1 1 such (will we be) also in deed when we
Col. 3. 17 whatsoever ye do in word or deed, (do) all
2 Pe. 2. 8 from day to day with (their) unlawful d.
1 Jo. 3. 18 neither in tongue ; but in deed, and in
2 Jo. ii For he. .is partaker of his evil deeds
3 Jo. 10 I will remember his deeds which he do.
.1ude 15 all their ungodly deeds which they have
Rev. 2. 6 hatest the deeds of the Nicolaitanes
2. 22 except they repent of their deeds
16. ii and repented not of their deeds
7.A doing, wotTjtm poiesis.
Jas. i. 25 this man shall be blessed in his deed
8. A doing, irpafrs praxis.
Luke23. 51 consented to the counsel and deed of them
Acts 19. 18 came, and confessed, and showed their d.
Rom. 8. 13 if ye. .do mortify the deeds of the body-
Col. 3. 9 have put off the old mau with his deeds
DEED, to do thi
To work this, Karfpydfanai rovro katergazomai
i Co. 5. 3 (concerning) him that hath so done this d.
DEED done to, good
Well doing, tutpytaia. euergesia.
Acts 4. 9 be examined of the good deed done to the
DEEDS, our
What we practised, & lirpaa.fitv ha epraxamen.
Luke 23. 41 for we receive the due reward of our de.
(See also Done, good, mighty, such, this, very,
worthy.]
DEEM, to
To suspect, virovofia huponoeo.
Acts 27. 27 the shipmen deemed that they drew near
DEEP
I. Deep places or things, D jJJH.C maamaqqim.
Psa. 69. 2 I am come into deep waters, where the
69. 14 be delivered .. out of the deep waters
2. Shady place, nVixs metsolah.
Neh. o. ii persecutors thou threwest into the deeps
Psa. 88. 6 the lowest pit, in darkness, in the deeps
8. Shady place-, n^xD metsulah.
Job 41. 31 He maketh the deep to boil like a pot
Psa. 69. 15 neither let the deep swallow me up
107. 24 the works of. .his wonders in the deep
Jon. 2. 3 thou hadst cast me into the deep
Zech 10. ii all the deeps of the river shall dry
LA sunk down place, yy?Q mishqa.
Eze. 34. 18 to have drunk of the deep waters
5. Deep, p ay. amiq.
Dan. 2. 22 He revealeth the deep and secret things
6.7V) make deep, deepen, go deep, p?y amaq, 5.
Jer. 49. 8 turn back, dwell deep, O inhabitants
49. 30 get you far off, dwell deep, ye inhab.
7. Deep, pay amoq.
Lev. 13. 3 the plague in sight (be) deeper than the
13. 4 and in sight (be) not deeper than the skin
13- 25. 3 N 0>e in) sight deeper than the skin
13. 31 it (be) not in sight deeper than the skia
13. 32 scall (be) not in sight deeper than the
13. 34 nor (be) in sight deeper than the skin
Job ii. 8 deeper than hell ; what canst thou know?
Psa. 64. 6 theinward(thought). .andtheheart,(is)d.
Prov 18. 4 words of a man s mouth (are as) deep wa.
20. 5 Counsel in the heart, .(is like)deep water
22. 14 The mouth of strange women (is) a deep
23. 27 For a whore (is) a deep ditch ; and a
Eze. 23. 32 drink of thy sister s cup deep and large
8. Shady place, n^ tsulah.
Isa. 44. 27 That saith to the deep, Be dry, and I will
9. Deep place, the deep (sea), oi.in tehom.
Gen. i. 2 darkness (was) upon the face of the deep
7. ii the fountains of the great deep
8. 2 The fountains also of the deep and the
49. 25 blessings of the deep that lieth under
Deut33- 13 and for the deep that coucheth beneath
Job 38. 30 and the face of the deep is frozen
41. 32 (one) would think the deep (to be) hoary
Psa. 36. 6 thy judgments (are) a great deep
42. 7 Deep calleth unto deep at the noise of
104. 6 Thou coveredst it with the deep as
148. 7 Praise the LORD . . dragons, and all deeps
Prov. 8. 28 strengthened the fountains of the deep
Isa. 51. 10 the sea, the waters of the great deep
03. 13 That led them through the deep, as an
Eze. 26. 19 when I shall bring up the deep upon thee
31. 4 the deep set him up on high with her
31. 15 I covered the deep for him, and I restrain.
Amos 7. 4 it devoured the great deep, and did eat
Hab. 3. 10 the deep uttered his voice, (and) lifted
10. Very deep place, /Ji><ro*oy abussos.
Luke 8. 31 not command them to go out into the d.
Rom 10. 7 Who shall descend into the deep ? that
II. The deep, /3a0os bathos.
Luke 5. 4 Launch out into the deep, and let down
2 Co. 8. 2 their deep poverty abounded unto the
12. Deep, PO.OVS bathus.
John 4. ii nothing to draw with, and the well is d.
Acts 20. 9 Eutychus, being fallen into a deep sleep
IB.Depth, &v86s buthos.
2 Co. ii. 25 night and a day I have been in the deep
\\.A root, V~]V shoresh.
Psa. 80. 9 didst cause it to take deep root, and it
DEEP things
1 . Deep, pay amoq .
Job 12. 22 He discovereth deep things out of dark.
2. The depth, &d6os bathos.
i Co. 2. 10 all things, yea, the deep things of God
DEEP, to be
To be deep, pay amaq.
Psa. 92. 5 LORD, .thy thoughts are very deep
DEEP, to dig
To dig and deepen, o-icdirTca KCU &advv<a [bathttno].
Luke 6. 48 man which built an house, and digged d.
DEEP, exceeding
Deep deep, pay pay amoq amoq.
Eccl. 7. 24 That which is far off, and exceeding deep
DEEP, to make
1.7V) make deep, pay amaq, 5.
Isa. 30. 33 he hath made (it) deep (and) large
2. To cause to sink, y&y shaqa, 5.
Eze. 32. 14 Then will I make their waters deep, and
DEEP pit*
yets, pits, floods, rrnarta mahamoroth.
Psa. 1 40. 10 into deep pits, that they rise not up again
DEEP place
1. Deep, concealed, innermost place, "ijjria mechqar.
Psa. 95. 4 In his hand (are) the deep places of the
2.^1 deep place, oinn tehom.
Psa. 1 35. 6 in earth, in the seas, and all deep places
DEEP, to seek
To make deep, pay amaq, 5.
Isa. 29. is Woe unto them that seek deep to hide
DEEP sleep
Deep sleep, norw tardemah.
Gen 2. 21 the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall
15. 12 a deep sleep fell upon Abram ; and, lo
t Sa> a6. i: a deep sleep from the LORD was fallen
Job 4. 1 3 the night, when deep sleep falleth on men
33. 15 the night, when deep sleep falleth upon
Prov 19. 15 Slothfulness custeth into a deep sleep
Isa. 29. 10 out upon you the spirit of deep sleep
DEEPER
Deep, pay ameq.
Isa. 33. 19 people of a deeper speech than thou cansl
DEEPLY, to have
To make deep, go deep, pay amaq, 5.
Isa. 31. 6 children of Israel have deeply revolted
Hos. 9. 9 They have deeply corrupted (themselves)
DEEPNESS
Depth, 0o0os bathos.
Matt 13. 5 because they had no deepness of earth
DEFAME, to
To speak injuriously, f}\aff<f>i)/j.tii> blasphemes.
1 Co. 4. 13 [Being defamed,] we entreat : wearemada
DEFAMING
Slander, evil report, .lyi dibbah.
Jer. 20. 10 I heard the defaming of many, fear on
DEFEAT, to
To break, JrvMrate, make void, "nj parar, 5.
2 Sa. 15. 34 then mayest thou for me defeat the cou.
17. 14 the LORD had appointed to defeat the
DEFENCE, (place of)
I.A defence, defence, ista betser.
Job 22. 25 the Almighty shall be thy defence, and
2. Covering, overlaying, npn chuppah.
Isa. 4. 5 for upon all the glory (shall be) a defence
3. Shield, JJIJ magen.
Psa. 7. 10 My defence (is) of God, which savetli th
89 18 the LORD (is) our defence ; and the Holy
4. Fortress, stronghold, defence, niis? metsudah.
Psa. 31. 2 for an house of defence to save me
5. Fortress, lisa matsor.
2 Ch.n. 5 and built cities for defence In Judah
Isa. 19. 6 the brooks of defence shall be emptied
6. High tower, place of defence, 33(78 misgab.
Psa. 59. 9 I wait upon thee : for God (is) my defence
59. 16 thou hast been my defence and refuge In
59, 17 God (is) my defence, (and) the God of my
62. 2, 6 rock and my salvation ; (he is) my def.
94. 22 the LORD is my defence ; and my God (U)
Isa. 33. 16 his place of defence (shall be) the muni.
7. To cover, defend, hedge in, jjp sakak.
Nah. 2. 5 and the defence shall be prepared
8. Shade, shadow, defence, *?5f tsel.
Num. 14. 9 their defence is departed from them, and
Eccl. 7. 12 wisdom (is) a defence, .money (is) a def.
9. Apology, airo\oyia apologia.
Acts 22. i hear ye my defence (which I make) now
Phil. i. 7 in the defence and confirmation of the
1. 17 I am set for the defence of the Gospel
DEFENCE, to make
To apologize, spezk off, airo\oyfOfj.ai apologeomai.
Acts 19. 33 would have made his defence unto the
DEFENCED -
I. To be fenced of, i? batsar.
Isa. 25. 2 thou hast made, .(of) a defenced city a
27. 10 the defenced city (shall be) desolate, (and)
36. i came up against all the defenced cities
37. 26 to lay waste defenced cities (into) ruinous
Eze. 21. 20 and to Judah in Jerusalem the defenced
2. Place fenced off, tpa mibtsar.
Jer. i. 18 have made thee this day a defenced city
4. 5 and let us go into the defenced cities
8. 14 let us enter into the defenced cities, and
34. 7 these defenced cities remained of the cit.
DEFEND, to
1. To defend, hedge about, ]i} ganan.
2 Ki. 19. 34 I will defend this city, to save it, for
20. 6 I will defend this city for mine own sake
Isa. 31. 5 defending also he will deliver (it)
37. 35 I will defend this city to save it, for
38. 6 deliver thee . . and I will defend this city
2. To defend, JJ3 ganan, 5.
Isa. 31. 5 will the LORD of hosts defend Jerusarem
Zech. 9. 15 The LORD of hosts shall defend them
12. 8 In that day shall the LORD defend the
3. To save, give width, freedom, yv; yasha, 5.
Judgio. i there arose, to defend Israel, Tola the sou
i 4. To deliver, snatch away, *?$} natsal, 5.
2 Sa. 23. 12 the midst of the ground, and defended it
5.7*0 cover, defend, hedge in, 7|;ip sakak, 5.
Psa. 5. ii shout for joy, because thou defendest
6.7"o exalt, make high, 3# sagab, 3.
Psa. 20. i the God of Jacob defend thee
59. i defend me from them that rise up against
7. To judge, v&? shaphat.
Psa. 82. 3 Defend the poor and fatherless ; do jus.
8. To avert, repel, a^vo^ai amunomai.
Acts 7. 24 he defended (him), and avenged him that
DEFER, to
1. To be behind, tarry, defer, in* achar, 3.
Gen. 34. 19 the young man deferred not to dn the
DEFERRED 241 DELICATENESS
Eccl. 5. 4 vowest a vow uuto God, defer not to pay
Dan. y. 19 defer not, for thine own sake, O my God
2.7*0 ntaks long, prolong, ^HN arak, 5.
Prov. 19. ii The discretion of a man deferreth his
Isa. 48. 9 For my name s sake will I defer mine
3. To c-ist back, a.va./3d\\o/j.ai anaballomai.
Acts 24. 22 heard these things, .he deferred them
DEFERRED
To he drawn out, Tje>a tnasJiak, 4.
Prov 13. 12 Hope deferred niaketh the heart sick
DEFILE, to
\.Defilenieiit, pollution, ?N3 goel.
Neh. 13. 29 they have defiled the priesthood, and the
2. To pierce, pollute^n chalal, 3.
Gen. 49. 4 thy father s bed ; then defltedst thou (it)
Exod3i. 14 every one that deftleth it shall surely
1 Ch. 5. i forasmuch as he defiled his father s bed
Psa. 74. 7 they have defiled (by casting down) the
Jer. 16. 18 they have defiled my laud, they have
Eze. 7. 22 robbers shall enter into it, and defile it
28. 7 and they shall def.le thy brightness
28. 18 Thou hast defiled thy sanctuaries by
3. To profane, *~$n chaneph.
Jer. 3. 9 that she defiled the land, and committed
4. To make profane, njn chaneph, 5.
Nuni35. 33 for blood it defileth the land
5. To render unclean, net? tame, 3.
Gen. 34. 5 Jacob heard that lie had defiled Dinah his
34. 13 because he had defiled Dinah their sister
34. 27 because they had defiled their sister
Lev. ii. 44 neither shall ye defile yourselves with
13. 31 when they defile my tabernacle that (is)
iS. 28 spue not you out also, when ye defile it
20. 3 to defile my sanctuary, and to profane
Num. 5. 3 defile not their camps, in the midst
6. 9 hath defiled the head of his consecration
19. 13 defileth the tabernacle of the LORD ; and
19. 20 he hath defiled the sanctuary of the LORD
35. 34 Defile not therefore the land which ye
2 Ki. 27. S defiled the high places where the priests
23. :o he defiled Topheth, which (is) in the va.
23. 13 And the high places, .did the king defile
Psa. 79. i thy holy temple have they defiled ; they
Isa. 30. 22 defile also the covering of thy graven
Jer. 2. 7 but when ye entered, ye defiled my land
32. 34 But they set their abominations .. to def.
Eze. 5. ii thou hast defiled my sanctuary with all
9. 7 Defile the house, and fill the courts with
iS. o neither hath denied his neighbour s wife
1 8. ii but even hath, .defiled his neighbour s
iS. 15 hath not defiled his neighbour s wife
22. ii hath lewdly defiled his daughter in law
23. 17 they defiled her with their whoredom, and
23. 38 they have defiled my sanctuary
33. 26 ye defile every one his neighbour s wife
36. 17 they defiled it by their own way and by
43. 7 shall the house of Israel no more defile
43. 8 they have even defiled my holy name
6. To defile, or wind about, <];p tanaph, 3.
Song 5. 3 washed my feet ; how shall I defile them ?
7. To roll, Vjy alal, Ba.
Job 16. 15 I have, .defiled my horn in the dust
8. To humble, n)% anah, 3.
Gen. 34. 2 took her, and lay with her, and defiled
9. To make common or unclean, Koivoca koinoo.
Matt.i. ii that which goeth into the mouth defileth
15 . ii that which cometh out. .deflleth a man
15. 18 from the heart ; and they defile the man
15. 20 These are (the things) which defile a man
15. 20 to eat with unwashen hands defileth not
Mark 7. 15 that entering into him can defile him
7. 15 those are they that defile the man
7. 1 8 entereth into the man, (it) cannot defile
7. 20 That which cometh out. .defileth the
7. 23 come from within, and defile the man
Rev. 21. 27 enter into it anything that [defileth]
10.7*0 stain, tinge, colour, defile, fj.ia.lvd> miaino.
John i S. 28 lest they should be defiled, but that
Titus i. 15 unto them that are defiled and unbeliev.
i. 15 even their mind and conscience is defiled
Heb. 12. 15 trouble (you), and thereby many be defil.
Jude 8 these (filthy) dreamers defile the flesh
11. To defile, maJce filthy, /j.o\vvca moluno.
i Co. 8. 7 their conscience being weak is defiled
Rev. 3. 4 which have not defiled their garments
14. 4 they which were not defiled with women
12.ro spot, defile, stain, a"iri\6ta spiloo.
Jas. 3. 6 it defileth the whole body, and setteth
13.7*(.i corrupt, deprave, QQflpta phtheiro.
i Co. 3. 17 If any man defile the temple of God
DEFILE oneself -with mankind
Lying with a male, aptrfvoKoirris arsenokoites.
i Ti. i. 10 them that defile themselves with manki.
DEFILE self, to
I.To make selffree or defiled, SNS gaal, 7.
Dan. i. 8 he would not defile himself with
i. 8 requested . . that he might not defile him.
2. To be or become unclean, mat) tame.
Lev. 18. 20 neighbour s wife, to defile thyself with
18. 23 thou lie with any beast to defile thyself
31
Lev. 22. 8 shall not eat to defile himself therewith
Eze. 22. 3 idols against herself to defile herself
22. 4 hast dotiled thyself in thine idols which
44. 25 for father, .they may defile themselves
3. To be or become unclean, KDip tame, 2.
Eze. 23. 7 with all their idols she defiled herself
4. To make self unclean, Nsp tame, 7.
Lev. 18. 24 Defile not ye yourselves in any of these
18. 30 that ye defile not yourselves therein
21. 4 he shall not defile himself, (being) a chiel
21. ii nor defile himself for his father, or for
Eze. 20. 7 defile not yourselves with the idols of
20. 18 nor defile yourselves with their idols
37. 23 Neither shall they defile themselves any
44. 25 come at no dead person to defile themsel.
DEFILED
Unclean, NStp tame.
Num. 5. 2 and whosoever is defiled by the dead
9. 6 there were certain men, who were defiled
9. 7 We(are) defiled by the dead body of a man
Jer. 19. 13 shall be defiled as the place of Tophet
Eze. 4. 13 eat their defiled bread among the Genti.
DEFILED, to be
I.To become defiled, ^M gaal, 2.
Isa. 59. 3 your hands are defiled with blood, and
2.7*0 be pierced, profaned, ^hn chalal, 2.
Eze. 7. 24 and their holy places shall be defiled
3. To be or become profane, IJH chaneph.
Isa. 24. 5 The earth also is defiled under the
4. To be or become unclean, N/pp tame.
Lev. 5. 3 that a man shall be defiled withal
13. 46 he shall be defiled ; he (is) unclean
15. 32 whose seed goeth from him, and is defll.
18. 25 the land is defiled : therefore I do visit
18. 27 before you, and the laud is defiled
19. 31 neither seek after wizards, to be defiled
Psa. 106. 39 Thus were they defiled with their own
5. To be or become unclean, nap tame, 2.
Lev. 18. 24 for in all these the nations are defiled
Num. 5. 13 she be defiled, and (there be) no witness
5. 14 jealous of his wife, and she be defiled
5. 14 jealous of his wife, and she be not defll.
5. 20 if thou be defiled, and some man have
5. 27 if she be defiled, and have done trespass
5. 28 if the woman be not defiled, but be clean
5. 29 when a wife goeth aside . . and is defiled
Eze. 20. 43 your doings, wherein ye have been defiled
23. 13 I saw that she was defiled, (that) they
Hos. 5. 3 committest whoredom, (and) Israel is d.
6. 10 the whoredom of Ephraim, Israel is de.
6. 7*0 defile, KC$ tame, 3.
Deut2i. 23 that thy land be not defiled, which the
7. To make self unclean, NDJ? tame, 7.
Lev. 21. i There shall none be defiled for the dead
21. 3 for his sister a virgin, .may he be defiled
8.7*0 be made unclean, xca tame, 7a.
Dent 24. 4 to be his wife, after that she is defiled
9.7*0 be or become unclean, nap tamah, 2.
Lev. ii. 43 that ye should be defiled thereby
10.7*0 be separated, hallowed, chf; qadesh.
Deut22. 9 and the fruit of thy vineyard, be defiled
11.7*0 become polluted, V^n chalal, 2.
Eze. 7. 24 and then- holy places shall be defiled
DEFILED
Common, KOIVOS koinos.
Mark 7. 2 disciples eat bread with denied, .hands
DEFRATJD, to
1.7*0 02>2)ress, pyy ashaq.
i Sa. 12. 3 whom have I defrauded? whom have I
12. 4 Thou hast not defrauded us, nor oppres.
Lev. 19. 13 Thou shalt not defraud thy neighbour
2.7*o deprive of, airoarrfpfca apostereo.
Markio. 19 Defraud not, Honour thy father and mo.
1 Co. 6. 7 Why do ye not rather, .be defrauded?
6. 8 ye do wrong, and defraud, and that (your)
7. 5 Defraud ye not one the other, except
3.7*0 have or claim more, ir\fovfKTfcapleonekteo.
2 Co. 7. 2 corrupted no man, we have defrauded
i Th. 4. 6 no (man) go beyond and defraud his
DEFY, to
I.To be indignant, defy, cyi zaain.
Num 23. 7 Come, curse me Jacob, and come, defy I.
23. 8 shall I defy, (whom) the LORD hath not d.
2.7*0 reproach, rpn charaph, 3.
1 Sa. 17. 10 said, I defy the armies of Israel this day
17. 25 surely to defy Israel is he come up : and
17. 26 that he should defy the armies of the
17. 36 seeing he hath defied the armies of the
17. 45 God of the armies. . whom thou hast defie.
2 Sa. 21. 21 when he defied Israel, Jonathan the son
23. 9 when they defied the Philistines (that)
1 Ch.2o. 7 when he defied Israel, Jonathan the son
DEGENERATE
Turned aside, ""D sur.
Jer. 2. 21 art thou turned into the degenerate plant
DEGREE
l.A going up, ascent, n^jy? maalah.
2 Ki. 20. 9 forward ten degrees or go back ten deg.
2 Ki. 20. 10 for the shadow to go down ten degrees
20. 10 the shadow return backward ten degrees
20. 1 1 brought the shadow tea degrees backw.
Psa. 120. title. A Song of degrees. In my distress I c.
121. ,, A Song of degrees. I will lift up mine
122. ,, A Song of degrees of David. I was
123. ,, A Song of degrees, t uto thee lift 1 up
124. ,, A Song of degrees of David. If(itha<i
125. A Song of degrees. They that trust la
126. ,, A Song of degrees. When the LORD
127. ,, A Song of degrees for Solomon. Exce.
128. ,, A Song of degrees. Blessed (is) every
129. ,, A Song of degrees. Many a time have
130. ,, A Song of degrees. Out of the depths
131. A Song of degrees of David. LORD, my
132. A Song of degrees. LORD, remember D.
j 133. ,, A Song of decrees of David. Behold
134. ,, A Song of degrees. Behold, bless ye
Isa. 38. 8 bring again the shadow of the degrees
38. 8 the sun dial of Ahaz, ten degrees back.
38. 8 sun returned ten degrees, by which degre.
2. A step, ascent, Pa.6ij.ds bathmos.
i Ti. 3. 13 well purchase to themselves a good degr.
DEGREE, high
^1 going up, ascent, n^a maalah.
i Ch. 17. 17 to the estate of a man of high degree
DEGREE, low
Low, rairfivos tapeinos.
Luke i. 52 He hath, .exalted them of low degree
Jas. i. 9 Let the brother of low degree rejoice in
DE-HA-VITES, Kirn, K;,TI, dehave, dehaye.
The inhabitants of modern Dehistan or Daikh, E. of
the Caspian Sea, who were transferred to Samaria by
Shalmaneser.
Ezra 4. 9 the Susanehites, the D.s, (and). . Klamitea
DE -KAR, -IJ3-J lance bearer.
Father of one of Solomon s officers at Makaz, B.C. 1015.
i Ki. 4. 9 The sou of D., in Makaz, and in Shaalbin
DE-LA -IAH, rr^n, ?n;^ Jah is deliverer.
1. One of David s priests, B.C. 1015.
i Ch. 24. 18 The three and twentieth to D., the four
2. Founder of a family whose genealogy was lost, B.C
536.
Ezra 2. 60 The children of D. , the children of Tobial
Neh. 7. 62 The children of D., the children of Tobiali
3. One who tried to dishearten Nehemiah, B.C. 480.
Neh. 6. 10 unto the house of Shemaiah the son of D
4. A prince in Judah under Jehoiakim, B.C. 610.
Jer. 36. 1 2 princes sat there, (even) Elishama . . and D.
36. 25 D. . . had made intercession to the king
DELAY
Casting back, ai>a,fio\-h anabole.
Acts 25. 17 without any delay on the morrow I sat
DELAY, to
1.7*0 keep behind, ?~X achar, 3.
Exod22. 29 Thou shall not delay (to offer) the first ol
2.7*0 delay, be long, ens bosh, 3a.
Exod32. i when the people saw that Moses delayed
3. 7*o tarry, linger, delay or stayself, nria mahah, 7a.
Psa. 1 19. 60 and delayed not to keep thy command.
4. 7*o hesitate, be tardy, OKvtca okneo.
Acts 9. 38 that he would not delay to come to them
5. To use time, yp0yliw chronizo.
Matt 24. 48 shall say . .My lord delayeth his coming
Lukei2. 45 if that servant say. .My lord delayeth hii
DELECTABLE thing
7*o desire, "en chamad.
Isa. 44. 9 their delectable things shall not profit
DELICACY
Hardness, wantonness, a-rprivos stretios.
Rev. 18. 3 through the abundance of her delicacies
DELICATE
1. Dainty, fiy eden.
Jer. 51. 34 hath filled his belly with my delicatea
2.7*0 be delicate, luxurious, i}y anag, 4.
Jer. 6. 2 likened the daughter . . to a . . delicate
.Delicate, luxurious, Jly anog.
Deut 28. 54 the man (that is) tender, .and very deli.
28. 56 The tender and delicate woman among
Isa. 47. i no more be called tender and delicate
^.Delicate, luxurious, Jiyy? taanug.
Mic. i. 16 and poll thee for thy delicate children
DELICATELY
I. Dainty, daintily, fiJZ.a maadan.
i Sa. 15. 32 And Agag came unto him delicately
Lam. 4. 5 They that did feed delicately are desolate
2. In pleasure, tv Tpv<pi) en truphe.
Luke 7. 25 gorgeously apparelled, and live delicately
DELieATENESS
7*o slww self delicate, JJi; anag, 7.
Deut 28. 56 her foot upon the grouud for delicatenesa
DBLICIOUSLY 242 DELIVER
DELICIOTJSLY, to live
To live hard or wantonly, trrp^viaoi streniao.
Rev. 18. 7 glorified herself, and lived deliciously
1 8. 9 committed fornication and lived delicio.
DELIGHT -
I. Delight, pleasure, desire, J>$n chephets.
1 Sa. 15. 22 Hath the LORD (as great) delight in burnt
Psa. i . 2 But his delight (is) in the law of the LORD
16. 3 the excellent, in whom (is) all my delight
Z.Dainty, daintily, Hi..? inaadan.
Prov 29. 17 yea, he shall give delight unto thy soul
3. Dainty thing, ]^V cden.
2 Sa. i. 24 clothed you in scarlet, with (other) deli.
4. Delicate, luxurious, 3jV oneg.
Isa. 58. 13 call the sabbath a delight, the holy of
f>. Acceptable, good pleasure, jis"3 ratson.
Prov ii. i but a just weight (is) his delight
11. 20 (are) upright in (their) way (are) his deli.
12. 22 but they that deal truly (are) his delight
15. 8 the prayer of the upright (is) his delight
16. 13 Righteous lips (are) the delight of kings
6. Delights, D y^jy? shaashuim.
Psa. 1 19. 24 Thy testimonies also (are) my delight
119. 77 that I may live : for thy law (is) my del.
119. 92 Unless thy law (had been) my delights, I
1 19. 143 (yet) thy commandments (are) my deli.
119. 174 and thy law (is) my delight
Prov. 8. 30 I was daily (his) delight, rejoicing always
8. 31 and my delights (were) with the sons of
7. Delicate, luxurious, JUjy? taanug.
Provi 9. 10 Delight is not seemly for a fool ; much
Eccl. 2. 8 the delights of the sons of men, (as)
Song 7. 6 how pleasant art thou, O love, for delights
DELIOHT, to
1.7*0 desire, T?n chamad.
Prov. i. 22 the scorners delight in their scorning
2.7b have delight, vcn chapkets.
Nunii4. 8 If the LORD delight in us, then he will
i Sa. 19. 2 Jonathan, Saul s son, delighted much in
a Sa. 22. 20 delivered me, because he delighted in me
24. 3 why doth my lord.the king delight iu
1 Ki. 10. 9 the LORD thy God, which delighted in thee
2 Ch. 9. 8 the LORD thy God, which delighted in
Esth. 2. 14 except the king delighted in her, and
6. 6, 7, 9, 9, ii the king delighteth to honour
6. 6 whom would the king delight to do hon.
Psa. 18. 19 delivered me, because he delighted in
22. 8 deliver him, seeing he delighted in him
37. 23 and he delighteth in his way
40. 8 I delight to do thy will, O my God : yea
68. 30 scatter thou the people (that) delight iu
109. 17 he delighted not in blessing, so let it
112. i delighteth greatly in his commandments
119. 35 Make me to go. .for therein do I delight
147. 10 He delighteth not in the strength of the
Isa. i. ii I delight not in the blood of bullocks
13. 17 (as for) gold, they shall not delight in it
58. 2 seek me daily, and delight to know my
62. 4 the LORD delighteth in thee, and thy
65. 12 did choose (that) wherein I delighted not
66. 3 their soul delighteth in their abominat.
66. 4 and chose (that) in which I delighted
Jer. 9/24 these (things,) I delight, saith the LORD
Mic. 7. 18 for ever, because he delighteth (in) mercy
Mai. 2. 17 the LORD, and he delighteth in them
3. To accept, be pleased, nyj ratsah.
Psa. 51. 16 thou delightest not in burnt offering
62. 4 they delight in lies : they bless with
Prov. 3. 12 as a father the son (in whom) he delight.
Isa. 42. i mine elect, (in whom) my soul delighteth
4. To delight self, yyy shaa, Sa.
Psa. 94. 19 thy comforts delight my soul
IIQ. 70 as fat as grease; (but) I delight in thy law
DELIGHT, to be
To be pleasant, oy} naem.
Prov.24. 25 to them that rebuke (him) shall be deli.
DELIOHT, great
To desire, -tpn chamad, 3.
Song 2. 3 down under his shadow with great delig.
DELIOHT to have
1.7V> have delight, j 2n chaphets.
Gen. 34. 19 because he had delight in Jacob s daug.
Deut.2i. 14 if thou have no delight in her, then
i Sa. 18. 22 the king hath delight to thee, and all
a Sa. 15. 26 if he thus say, I have no delight in thee
Prov.iS. 2 A fool hath no delight in understanding
Jer. 6. 10 they have no delight in it
2. To cleave to, delight in, pyn chashaq.
Deut.io. 15 the LORD had a delight in thy fathers to
3. To delight self, i)y anag, 7.
Job 22. 26 shalt thou have thy delight in the AJmi
DELIOHT in, to
1.7*0 have delight, pleasure, pon chaphets.
Mai. 3. i even the messenger, .whom ye delight in
2.7*0 have pleasure with, <ruj^8ojtai sunedomai.
Rom. 7. 22 For I delight in the law of God after the
DELIGHT self
1.7*0 delight self, ]iy adan, 7.
Nob. 9. 25 delighted themselves in thy rrreat good.
TV? delight self, JJ anag, 7.
Job 27. 10 Will he delight himself in the Almighty?
Psa. 37. 4 Delight thyself also in the LORD; and he
37. ii shall delight themselves in the abundau.
Isa. 55. 2 let your soul delight itself in fatness
58. 14 shalt thou delight thyself in the LORD
3.7*0 show self pleasing, nyj ratsah.
Job 34. 9 that he should delight himself with God
4. 7*o delight self, yyy shaa, 7a.
Psa. 1 10. 1 6 I will delight myself in thy statutes
119. 47 I will delight myself in thy command.
DELIGHT, to take
7*o have delight, ]
-> chaphets.
Isa. 58. 2 they take delight in approaching to Ood
DELIGHTED, to be
7*0 delight self, J;v anag, 7.
Isa. 66. 1 1 and be delighted with the abundance ol
DELIGHTSOME
Delight, pleasure, ] $n chephets.
Mai. 3. 12 ye shall be a delightsome land, salth the
DE-LI -LAH, ffyfy languishing.
A Philistine woman in the vale of Sorek, who inveigled
and betrayed Samson, B.C. 1120.
Judgi6. 4 he loved a woman, .whose name (was) D.
16. 6 D. said to Samson, Tell me, I pray thee
16. 10 D. said unto Samson, .thou hast mocked
16. 12 D. therefore took new ropes, and bound
1 6. 13 D. said unto Samson, .thou hast mocked
1 6. 18 D. saw that he had told her all his heart
DELIVER, to
1 .To cause to come or happen, HJN anah, 3.
Exodai. 13 but God deliver (him) into his hand
2. 7*0 free, *7K3 gaal.
Psa. 1 19. 154 Plead my cause,and deliver me: quicken
3. 7*o draw out, away, deliver, f^ij chalats, 3.
2 Sa. 22. 20 he delivered me, because he delighted in
Job 36. 15 He delivereth the poor in his affliction
Psa. 6. 4 Return, O LORD, deliver my soul: oh save
7. 4 I have delivered him that without cause
18. 19 he delivered me, because he delighted in
34. 7 encampeth round about, .and delivereth
50. 15 I will deliver thee, and thou shalt glorify
81. 7 calledst in trouble, and I delivered thee
91. 15 I will deliver him, and honour him
116. 8 thou hast delivered my soul from death
119. 153 Consider mine affliction, and tleliver me
140. i Delher me, O LORD, from the evil man
4. To give, -rt yehab.
Ezra 5. 14 they were delivered unto (one), whose
5.7*0 save, yvi yasha, 5.
Judg. 2. 16, 18 delivered them out of the hand of
3. 9 raised up a deliverer . . who delivered
3. 31 Shamgar. .he also delivered Israel
8. 22 thou hast delivered us from the hand of
10. 12 and I delivered you out of their hand
10. 13 wherefore I will deliver you no more
10. 14 let them deliver you in the time of your
12. 2 ye delivered me not out of their hands
12. 3 when I saw that ye delivered (me) not, I
13. 5 he shall begin to deliver Israel out of
6.7"o cover, give freely, deliver up, pi? magan, 3.
Gen. 14. 20 which hath delivered thine enemies into
Prov. 4. q a crown of glory shall she deliver to thee
Hos. ii. 8 (how) shall I deliver thee, Israel ? how
7. 7*o let or cause to escape, a*?? malat, 3.
2 Sa. 19. 9 he delivered us out of the hand of the
Job 6. 23 Deliver me from the enemy s hand ? or
22. 30 He shall deliver the island of the inno.
29. 12 I delivered the poor that cried, and the
Psa. 33. 17 neither shall he deliver (any) by his great
41. i the LORD will deliver him in tune of tro.
89. 48 shall he deliver his soul from the hand
107. 20 and delivered (them) from their destruct.
116. 40 LORD, I beseech thee, deliver my soul
Eccl. 8. 8 neither shall wickedness deliver those
9. 15 and he by his wisdom delivered the city
Isa. 46. 2 they could not deliver the burden, but
46. 4 even I will carry, and will deliver (you)
Jer. 39. 18 I will surely deliver thee, and thou shalt
51. 6 Flee out. .and deliver every man his soul
51. 45 deliver ye every man his soul from the
Eze. 33. 5 taketh warning shall deliver his soul
Amos 2. 14 neither shall the mighty deliver himself
2. 15 (he that is) swift of foot shall not deliver
2. 15 he that rideth the horse deliver himself
8.7*0 cause to find, xyo matsa, 5.
2 Sa. 3. 8 have not delivered thee into the hand of
Zech ii. 61 will deliver the men every one into his
9. 7*o turn aside, n^j natah, 5.
Job 36. 1 8 then a great ransom cannot deliver thee
10.7*0 make known, give over, 123 nakar, 3.
i Sa. 23. 7 God hath delivered him into mine hand
11. 7*o snatch or take away, *?>} natsal, 3.
Eze. 14. 14 they should deliver (but) their own souls
12. 7*o snatch or take away, ^ natsal, 5.
Gen. 32. 1 1 Deliver me, I pray thee, from the hand
37. 21 and he delivered him out of their hands
Exod. 2. 19 An Egyptian delivered us out of the hand
3. 8 I am come down to deliver them out of
5. 23 neither hast thou delivered thy people
Exod 12. 27 smote the Egyptians, and delivered our
18. 4 delivered me from the sword of Pharaoh
18. 8 and (how) the LORD delivered them
ig. 9 whom he had delivered out of the hand
18. 10 who hath delivered you out of the hand
18. 10 who hath delivered the people from under
Sum 35. 25 the congregation shall deliver the slayer
Deut23. 14 to deliver thee, and to give up thine
25. ii draweth near for to deliver her husband
32. 39 neither (is there) any that can deliver out
Josh. 2. 13 and deliver our lives from death
9. 26 delivered them out of the hand of the
22. 31 ye have delivered the children of Israel
24. 10 so I delivered you out of his haud
Judg. 6. 9 I delivered you out of the hand of the
8. 34 who had delivered them out of the hands
9. 17 delivered you out of the hand of Midian
10. 15 deliver us only, we pray thee, this day
1 Sa. 4. 8 who shall deliver us out of the hand of
7. 3 he will deliver you out of the hand of
7. 14 the coasts thereof did Israel deliver out
10. 18 and deliveied you out of the hand of the
12. 10 deliver us out of the hand of our enemies
12. ii delivered you out of the hand of your
12. 21 (things), which cannot profit nor deliver
14. 48 delivered Israel out of the hands of them
17. 35 and delivered (it) out of his mouth
17. 37 The LORD that delivered me out of the
17. 37 he will deliver me out of the hand of tliia
26. 24 let him deliver me out of all tribulation
2 Sa. 12. 7 I delivered thee out of the hand of Saul
14. 16 to deliver his handmaid out of the hand
22. i the day (that) the LORD had delivered
22. 18 He delivered me from my strong enemy
22. 49 hast delivered me from the violent man
2 Ki. 17. 39 he shall deliver you out of the hand of
1 8. 29 he shall not be able to deliver you out
18. 30 The LORD will surely deliver us, and this
18. 32 saying, The LORD will deliver us
18. 33 any of the gods of the nations delivered
1 8. 35 that have delivered their country out of
1 8. 35 that the LORD should deliver Jerusalem
19. 12 Have the gods of the nations delivered
20. 6 I will deliver thee and this city out of
1 Ch. ii. 14 and delivered it, and slew the Philistine?
16. 35 deliver us from the heathen, that we may
2 Ch.25. 15 which could not deliver their own people
32. ii The LORD our God shall deliver us out
32. 13 to deliver their lands out of mine hand
32. 14 that could deliver his people out of mine
;.a. 14 be able to deliver you out of mine hand
32. 15 was able to deliver his people out of
32. 15 God deliver you out of mine hand
32. 17 have not delivered their people out of
32. 17 deliver his people out of mine hand
Ezra 8. 31 delivered us from the hand of the enemy
Neh. 9. 28 and many times didst thou deliver them
Job 5. 4 neither (is there) any to deliver (them)
5. 19 He shall deliver thee in six troubles
10. 7 none that can deliver out of thine hand
Psa. 7. i all them that persecute me, and deliver
7. 2 rending, .while (there is) none to deliver
1 8. title, in the day (that) the LORD delivered
38. 17 He delivered me from my strong enemy
18. 48 hast delivered me from the violent man
22. 8 let him deliver him, seeing he delighted
22. 20 Deliver my soul from the sword ; my
25. 20 O keep my soul, and deliver me : let me
31. 2 deliver me speedily : be thou my strong
31. 15 deliver me from the hand of my enemies
33. 19 To deliver their soul from death, and to
34. 4 and delivered me from all my fears
34. 17 delivereth them eut of all their troubles
34. 19 the LORD delivereth him out of them all
35. 10 which deliverest the poor from him that
39. 8 Deliver me from all my transgressions
40. 13 Be pleased, O LORD, to deliver me : O L.
50. 22 lest I tear, .(there be) none to deliver
51. 14 Deliver me from blood guiltiness, O God
54. 7 he hath delivered me out of all trouble
56. 13 thou hast delivered my soul from death
59, i Deliver me from mine enemies, O my
59. s Deliver me from the workers of iniquity
69. 14 Deliver me out of the mire, and let me
70. i (Make haste,) O God, to deliver me; make
71. 2 Deliver me in thy righteousness, and
71. ii take him ; (for there) is none to deliver
72. 12 he shall deliver the needy when he crieth
79. 9 deliver us, and purge away our sins, for
86. 13 thou hast delivered my soul from the
91. 3 he shall deliver thee from the snare of
97. 10 he delivereth them out of the hand of the
106. 43 Many times did he deliver them ; but
107. 6 delivered them out of their distresses
109. 21 because thy mercy (is) good, deliver thou
119. 170 deliver me according to thy word
120. 2 Deliver my soul, O LORD, from lying lips
142. 6 deliver me from my persecutors : for
143. 9 Deliver me, O LORD, from mine enemies
144. 7 deliver me out of great waters, from the
144. 1 1 deliver me from the hand of strange chil.
Prov. 2. 12 To deliver thee from the way of the evil
2. 1 6 To deliver thee from the strange woman
10. 2 but righteousness delivereth from death
11. 4 but righteousness delivereth from death
11. 6 righteousness of the upright shall deliver
12. 6 mouth of the upright shall deliver them
14. 25 A true witness delivereth souls : but a
19. 19 if thou deliver (him), yet thou must do it
23. 14 and shalt deliver his soul from hell
24. ii If thou forbear to deliver (them that are)
lea. 5. 29 carry (it) awny safe, and none shall dell
DELIVER
Isa. ig. 20 a great one, and he shall deliver them
31. 5 defending also he will deliver (it ; and)
36. 14 for he shall not be able to deliver you
36. 15 The LORD will surely deliver us : this
36. 18 saying, The LORD will deliver us
36. 18 any of the gods of the nn.tions delivered
36. 19 have they delivered Samnria out of rny
36. 20 that have delivered their land out of my
36. 20 that the LORD should deliver Jerusalem
37. 12 Have the gods of the nations delivered
38. 6 I will deliver thce and this city out of
42. 22 they are for a prey, and none delivereth
43. 13 (there is) none that can deliver out of
44. 17 Deliver me ; for thou (art) my god
44. 20 that he cannot deliver his soul, nor say
47. 14 they shall not deliver themselves from
50. 2 have I no power to deliver ? behold
57. 13 criest, let thy companies deliver thee
Jer. i. 81 (am) with thee to deliver thee, saith
1. 19 I (am) with thee, saith the LORD, to deli.
15. 20 to save thee, and to deliver thee, saith
15. 21 I will deliver thee out of the hand of
20. 13 he hath delivered the soul of the poor
21. 12 deliver (him that is) spoiled out of the
22. 3 deliver the spoiled out of the hand of
39. 17 I will deliver thee that day, saith
42. ii save you, and to deliver you from his
Eze. 3. 19 but thou hast delivered thy soul
3. 21 also thou hast delivered thy soul
7. 19 gold shall not be able to deliver them
13. 21 and deliver my people out of your ham!
13. 23 I will deliver my people out of your hand
14. 16, 18 shall deliver neither sons nor daught.
14. 20 shall deliver neither son nor daughter
14. 20 they shall (but) deliver their own souls
33. 9 but thou hast delivered thy soul
33. 12 shall not deliver him in the day of his
34 10 I will deliver my flock from their mouth
34. 12 will deliver them out of all places where
34. 27 delivered them out of the hand of those
Hos. 2. 10 none shall deliver her out of mine hand
Jon. 4. 6 a shadow, .to deliver him from his grief
Mic. 5. 6 thus shall he deliver (us) from the Assyri.
5. 8 teareth in pieces, and none can deliver
Zeph. i. 18 shall be able to deliver them in the day
Zecli n. 6 I will deliver the men every one into
ii. 6 out of their hand I will not deliver (them)
13.7b snatch away, deliver, "?; netsal, 5.
Dan. 3. 29 no other God that can deliver after this
6. 14 till the going down of the sun to deliver
8. 4 neither (was there any) that could deliver
8. 7 there was none that could deliver the
14.ro give, jnj nathan.
Gen. 32. 16 he delivered (them) into the hand of his
40. 13 shall deliver Pharaoh s cup into his hand
42. 34 (so) will I deliver you your brother, and
42. 37 deliver him into my hand, and I will
Ezod. 5 . 18 yet shall ye deliver the tale of bricks
22. 7, 10 If a man shall deliver unto his neigh
23. 31 I will deliver the inhabitants of the
;Num 21. 2 If thon wilt indeed deliver this people
21. 3 and delivered up the Canaanites
21. 34 I have delivered him into thy hand, and
Deut. i. 27 to deliver us into the hand of the Arnor
2. 30 that he might deliver him into thy hand
2. 33 the LORD our God delivered him before
2. 36 the LORD our God delivered all unto us
3. 2 I will deliver him, and all his people
3. 3 the LORD our God delivered into our
5. 22 tables of stone, and delivered them unto
7. 2 when the LORD thy God shall deliver
7. 16 which the LORD thy God shall deliver
7. 23 LORD thy God shall deliver them unto
7. 24 he shall deliver their kings into thint
9. 10 the LORD delivered unto me two tables of
19 12 deliver him into the hand of the avenger
20. 13 when the LORD thy God hath delivered it
21. 10 the LORD thy God hath delivered them
31. 9 Moses wrote this law. and delivered it
~oen. 2. 24 the LORD hath delivered into our hands
7- 7 to deliver us into the hand of the Amor
8. 7 the LORD your God will deliver it into
10. 8 for I have delivered them into thine
10. 12 when the LORD delivered up the Amorites
10. 19 the LORD your God hath delivered them
10. 30 the LORD delivered it also, and the kin<*
10. 32 the LORD delivered Lachish into the
n. 6 will I deliver them up all slain before
11. 8 the LORD delivered them into the hand
21. 44 the LORD delivered all their enemies into
24. ii and I delivered them into your hand
JMg. i. a I have delivered the land into his hand
1. 4 the LORD delivered the Canaanites and
2. 14 he delivered them into the hands of
2. 23 neither delivered he them into the hand
3. 10 the LORD delivered Chushan-rishathaim
3. 28 the LORD hath delivered your enemies
4- 7 and I will deliver him into thine hand
4- 14 hath delivered Sisera into thine hand
6. i the LORD delivered them into the hand of
6. 13 delivered us into the hands of the Mid
7- 7 deliver the Midianites into thine hand
.7. 9 for I have delivered it into thine hand
7. 14 into his hand hath God delivered Midian
7. 15 the LORD hath delivered into your hand
8. 3 God hath delivered into your hands the
8. 7 when the LORD hath delivered Zebah
ii. 9 and the LORD deliver them before me
ii. 21 the LORD God of Israel delivered Sihon
ii. 30 II thou shalt without fail deliver tne
243 DELIVER
11. 32 the LORD delivered them into his handc
12. 3 and the LORD delivered them into my
13. i the LORD delivered them into the hand of
15. 12 that we may deliver thee into the hand
15. 13 bind thee fast, and deliver thee into their
16. 23 Our god hath delivered Samson our enemy
1 6. 24 Our god hath delivered into our hands
20. 13 deliver (us) the men, the children of Be
20. 28 tomorrow I will deliver them into thiiiu
i Sa. 14. io.the LORD hath delivered them into our
14. 12 the LORD hath delivered them into the
4- 37 wjlt thou deliver them into the hand of
23. 4 I will deliver the Philistines into thine
23. 14 but God delivered him not into his hum
24. 4 I will deliver thine enemy into thine
- 4. 10 how that the LORD had delivered thee
26. 23 the LORD delivered thee into (my) hand t
28. 19 the LORD will also deliver Israel with
28. io the LORD also shall deliver the host of
30. 23 delivered the company that came agains
: 3a. 3 . I4 Deliver (me) my wife Michal, which" I
5. 19 wilt thou deliver them into mine hand .
5. 19 I will doubtless deliver the Philistines
io. 10 the rest of the people he delivered into
14. 7 Deliver him that smote his brother, thn:
16. 8 the LORD hath delivered the kingdom
20. 21 deliver him only, and I will depart frorr
21. 9 he delivered them into the hands of the
i Ki. 8. 46 deliver them to the enemy, so that they
13. 26 the LORD hath delivered him unto the lit ii
15. 18 delivered them into the hand of his se.
17. 23 and delivered him unto his mother
18. 9 that thou wouldest deliver thy servant
20. 5 Thou shalt deliver me thy silver, and tin
20. 13 I will deliver it into thine hand this
:o. 28 will I deliver all this great
22. 6, is the LORD shall deliver (it) into the
22. 12 the LORD shall deliver (it) into the king s
a Ki. 3. io, 13 to deliver them into the hand of Mo.
3. 18 he will deliver the Moabites also into
12. 7 deliver it for the breaches of the house
12. 15 into whose hand they delivered themonej
13. 3 he delivered them into the hand of Haz.
17. 20 delivered them into the hand of spoilers
1 8. 23 I will deliver thee two thousand horses
18. 30 saying, The LORD will surely deliver us
1 8. 30 this city shall not be delivered into
21. 14 deliver them into the hand of their eno.
22. 5 let them deliver it into the hand of the
22. 9 have delivered it into the hand of them
22. io Hilkiah the priest hath delivered me a
1 Ch.i4. io and wilt thou deliver them into mine
14. io for I will deliver them into thine hand
1 6. 7 on that day David delivered first (this)
io. ii the rest of the people he delivered unto
2 Ch. 6. 36 deliver them over before (their) encmie:}
13. 16 and God delivered them into their hand
16. 8 he delivered them into thine hand
1 8. 5 God wiil deliver (it) into the king s hand
18. ii the LORD shall deliver (it) into the hand
23. 9 Jehoiada the priest delivered to.the
24. 24 the LORD delivered a very great host into
25. 20 that he might deliver them into the hanil
28. 5 Wherefore the LORD his God delivered
28. 9 lie hath delivered them into your hand
29. 8 he hath delivered them to trouble, to
34. 9 they delivered the money that was brou
34. 15 Hilkiah delivered the book to Shaphau
34. 17 have delivered it into the hand of the
Ezra 8. 36 they delivered the king s commissions
Neh. 9. 27 thou deliveredst them into the hand of
Esth. 6. 9 let this apparel and horse be delivered
Vsa. 27. 12 Deliver me not over unto the will of mine
41. 2 thou wilt not deliver him unto the will
74. 19 O deliver not the soul of thy turtle dove
78. 61 delivered his strength into captivity
Prov.31. 24 anddelivereth girdles unto the merchant
Isa. 29. ii deliver to one that is learned
34. 2 he hath delivered them to the slaughter
Jer. 15. 9 the residue of them will I deliver to
18. 21 Therefore deliver up their children to the
20. 5 I will deliver all the strength of this
21. 7 I will deliver Zedekiah king of Judah
24. 9 I will deliver them to be removed int.
29. 18 will deliver them to be removed to all
20. 21 I will deliver them into the hand of
38. 19 lest they deliver me into their hand, and
38. 20 Jeremiah said, They shall not deliver
43. 3 to deliver us into the hand of the Chalde.
46. 26 I will deliver them into the hand of
Lam. i. i 4 the LORD hath delivered me into (their)
J .ze. n. 9 deliver you into the hands of strangers
1 6 21 delivered them to cause them to pass
16. 27 delivered thee unto the will of them that
21. 31 deliver thee into the hand of brutish men
23. 9 I have delivered her into the hand of her
23. 28 I will deliver thee into the hand (of them)
25. 4 I will deliver thee to the men of the
25. 7 will deliver thee for a spoil to the heath.
31. ii I have therefore delivered him into the
15. To shut up or in, -up sagar, 3.
1 Sa. 17. 46 This day will the LORD deliver thee into
24. 1 8 when the LORD had delivered me into
26. 8 God hath delivered thine enemy into
2 Sa. 1 8. 28 which hath delivered up the men that
16. To shut up, 1:9 sagar, 5.
Deut23. 15 Thou shalt not deliver unto his master
Josh 20. 5 they shall not deliver the slayer up into
i Sa. 23. 12 Will the men of Keilah deliver me and
23. 20 to deliver him into the king s hand
30. 15 nor deliver me into the hands of my mast.
Job 16. ii God hath delivered me to the ungodly
17. To free, redeem, nip padah.
Job 33. 28 He will deliver his soul from going into
sa. 55. 18 He hath delivered my soul in peace from
69. 18 deliver me, because of mine enemies
78. 42 (nor) the day when he delivered them
119. 134 Denver me from the oppression of man
18.7V) free, redeem, jnp pada.
Job 33. 24 Deliver him from going down to the pit
19.7V) let escape, aSp palat, 3.
2 Sa. 22. 44 Thou also hast delivered me from the
Job 23. 7 so should I be delivered for ever from
Psa. 17. 13 deliver my soul from the wicked, (which
18. 43 Thou hast delivered me from the strivings
18. 48 He delivereth me from mine enemies ; ye
2. 4 they.trusted, and thou didst deliver them
22. trusted on the LORD (that) he would deli.
31. i deliver me in thy righteousness
37. 40 the LORD shall help them, and deliver
37. 40 he shall deliver them from the wicked
43. i O deliver me from the deceitful and
71. 4 Deliver me, O my God, out of the hand
82. 4 Deliver the poor and needy : rid (them)
91. 14 therefore will I deliver him : I will set
Mic. 6. 14 (that) which thou deliverest will I give
20. To cause to (or let) escape, B*?p palat, 5.
Mic. 6. 14 thou shalt take hold, but shalt not deliver
21.7V> open, free, nyp patsah.
Psa. 144. io who delivereth David his servant from
22. To break off, rend, pip paraq.
Lam. 5. 8 (there is) none that doth deliver (us) out
23. To cause to turn back, yv shub, 5.
Exod2 2. 26 thou shalt deliver it unto him by that
24. To deliver, set free, an? shezab, 3.
Dan. 3. 15 who (is) that God that shall deliver you
3. 17 God whom we serve is able to deliver u
3. 17 he will deliver (us) out of thine hand
3. 28 delivered his servants that trusted in
6. 14 set (his) heart on Daniel to deliver him
6. 16 God, whom thou servest. . will deliver
6. 20 is thy God. .able to deliver thee from the
6. 27 He delivereth and rescueth, and he work.
6. 27 who hath delivered Daniel from the
25. To finish, restore, chy shelam, 5.
Kzra 7. 19 (those) deliver thou before the God of
26. To judge, xiyy shaphat.
i Sa. 24. 15 and deliver me out of thine hand
27. To give up, avaSiScafj.i anadidomi.
Acts 23. 33 delivered the epistle to the governor
8. To set free, change from, aira\\dffffia apallassG.
Lukei2. 58 that thou mayest be delivered from him
Heb. 2. 15 deliver them who through fear of death
29. To give away, aTrooiSwfa apodidomi.
Matt 27. 58 Pilate commanded the body to be delive.
30. To give, SlSwfj.t didomi.
Luke 7. 15 And he [delivered] him to his mother
19. 13 delivered them ten pounds, and said unto
31.7V) give safety or salvation, SiS<afjn ffwrripiav.
Acts 7. 25 that God by his hand would deliver them
32. To free, t\tv6tpda> eleutherod.
Horn. 8. 21 creature itself also shall be delivered
33.7V) give over, or upon, eVioi Sa ^u epididomi.
Luke 4. 17 there was delivered unto him the book of
Acts 15. 30 when they had gathered, .they delivered
34. To take up out of, taipta cxaireo.
Acts 7. io delivered him out of all his afflictions
7. 34 and am come down to deliver them
12. ii hath delivered me out of the hand of H.
26. 17 Delivering thee from the people, and
Gal. i. 4 that he might deliver us from this present
35.7V) make useless, or without effect, Karapytw.
Rom. 7. 6 now we are delivered from the law, that
36.7V) give over to or alongside of, irapa5(5w/ui.
Matt, s 25 the adversary deliver thee to the judge
5. 25 and the judge [deliver thee] to the officer
11.27 All things are delivered unto me of my
1 8. 34 delivered him to the tormentors, till he
20. 19 shall deliver him to the Gentiles to mock
25. 14 and delivered unto them his goods
25. 20 thou deliveredst unto me five talents
25. 22 thou deliveredst unto me two talents
26. 15 and I will deliver him unto you
27. 2 delivered him to Pontius Pilate the gover.
27. 1 8 knew that for envy they had delivered
27. 26 he delivered (him) to be crucified
Mark 7. 13 your tradition, which ye have delivered
9. 31 The Son of man is delivered into the hands
io. 33 the Son of man shall be delivered unto
io. 33 and shall deliver him to the Gentiles
15. i carried (him) away, and delivered (him)
15. io chief priests had delivered him for envy
15. 15 delivered Jesus, when he had scourged
Luke i. 2 as they delivered them unto us, which
4. 6 for that is delivered unto me ; and to
9. 44 Son of man shall be delivered into the
io. 22 All things are delivered to me of my
12. 58 and the judge deliver thee to the officer
DELIVER
LukeiS. 32 he shall be delivered unto the Gentiles
20. 20 they might deliver him unto tho power
21. 12 delivering (you) up to the synagogues
23. 25 but he delivered Jesus to their will
" 4 . 7 The Son of man must be delivered into
24. 20 rulers delivered him to lie condemned to
JohuiS. 30 we would not have delivered him up unto
18. 35 the chief priests have delivered thee
18. 36 I should not be delivered to the Jews
19. ii he that delivered meuuto thee hath the
19. 16 Then delivered he him. .to be crucified
Acts u. 14 change the customs which Moses deliver.
12 4 delivered (him) to fuiir quaternions of
16. 4 they delivered them the decrees for to
21. ii deliver (him) into the hands of the Gen.
22! 4 binding and delivering into prisons both
27. i they delivered Paul and certain other
2$! 16 [the centurion delivered the prisoners to]
28. 17 yet was I delivered prisoner from Jeru.
Rom. 4. 25 Who was delivered for our offences, arid
6. 17 that form of doctrine which was deliver.
1 Co. 5. 5 To deliver such an one unt * Satan for
ii. 2 keep the ordinances, as I de.vered(thcm)
ii. 23 that which also I delivered unto you
15. 3 For I delivered unto you first of all that
2 Co. 4. ii we which live art* alway delivered unto
1 Ti. i. 20 whom I have delivered upto Satau, that
2 Pe. 2. 4 delivered (them) into chains of darkness
2. 21 the holy commandment delivered unto
Jude
"
3 faith which was once delivered unto the
37.7*0 rescue, pvo^ai rhuomai.
Matt. 6. 13 lead us not into temptation, but deliver.
27. 43 let him deliver him now, if he will have
Luken. 4 lead us not into temptation: but deliver
Rom. 7. 24 who shall deliver me from the body of
2 Co. i. 10 Who delivered us from so great a death
1. io doth deliver, .we trust that he will yet d.
Col i. 13 Who hath delivered us from the power
1 Th 1. 10 Jesus, which delivered us from the wrath
a Ti. * ii but out of (them) all the Lord delivered
4. 18 the Lord shall deliver me from every evil
2 Pe. 2. 7 And delivered just Lot, vexed with the
2. 9 The Lord kuoweth ho\v to deliver the god.
38. 7*0 grant (as a matter offavour), xaP C^ai -
Acts 25. ii no man may deliver me unto them
75. 16 It is not the manner, .to deliver any man
DELIVER again, to
1.7*0 cause to turn back, 3ic> shub, 5.
Gen. 37. 2? to deliver him to his father again
Lev. 26. 26 they shall deliver (you) your bread again
Deut 24. 13 thou shalt deliver him the pledge again
2. 7*o give away, airoSiStafja apodidOmi.
Luke 9. 42 and delivered him again to his father,
DELIVER self, to
1.7*0 be escaped, escape, o?S malat, 2.
Zech. 2. 7 Deliver thyself, O Ziou, that dwellest
2.7*0 sna,tch away, Vi) natsal, 2.
Prov. 6. 3 deliver thyself, when thou art come
6. 5 Deliver thyself as a roe from the hand
DELIVER up, to
1. To give, ;nj nathan.
Num2i. 3 the LORD, .delivered up the Canaanites
Josh 10. 12 when the LORD delivered up the Amorite.;
2. 7*o (cause to) shut up, 1:$ sugar, 5.
i Sa. 23. ii Will the men. .deliver me up into his
23. 12 the Lord said, They will deliver (thee) u;>
Amos i. 6 they carried away, .deliver (them) up
i. 9 they delivered up the whole captivity
6. 8 I deliver up the city, with all that is
Obad. 14 neither shouldest thou have delivered up
3.7*0 give, 5i 5a>^i dulomi.
Rev. 20. 13 death and hell delivered up the dead
4. 7*o give over to, irapaSiSoiM paradidomi.
Matt 10. 17 they will deliver you up to the councils
io. 19 wheu they deliver you up, take no thou.
io. 21 the brother shall deliver up the brother
24. 9 Then shall they deliver you up to be
Mark 1 3. 9 for they shall deliver you up to councils
13. ii they shall lead (you), and deliver you up
Acts 3. 13 ye delivered up, and denied him iu the
Rom. 8. M EC .delivered him up for us all, how
i Co. 15. 24 he shall have delivered up the kingdom
DELIVERANCE
1..-1 snatching away, nVfi hatstsalah.
Esth. 4. 14 deliverance arise to the Jews from
^.Safety, njjw: yeshuah.
Psa. 18. 50 Great deliverance giveth he to his king
44. 4 () God: command deliverances for Jacob
Isa. 26. iS not wrought any deliverance in the earth
^.Escape, rV? pallet.
Psa. 32. 7 compass me about with songs of deliver.
4. Escape, ~9<l?9 peletah.
Gen. 45. 7 to save your lives by a great deliverance
2 Ch.i2. 7 I will grant them some deliverance
Ezra 9. 13 thou. .hast given us (such) deliverance
Joel -f. 32 in Jerusalem shall be deliverance
Obad. 17 upon mount Zion shall bb deliverance
6. Safety, nywn teshuah.
Judg 15. 18 Thou hast given this great deliverance
a Ki. 5. i the LORD hath given deliverance unto
13. 17 The arrow ol the LOKU J deliverance
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2 Ki. 13. 17 and the arrow of deliverance from
i rh.n. 14 the LORD saved, .by a great deliverance
6.^-1 lousing umiy, airo\vTpta(rts apolutrosis.
Heb. 1 1. 35 and others were tortured, not accepting d.
7.A sending MCUV, aQiffis aphesis.
Luke 4. 18 preach deliverance to the captives
DELIVERED, to be
1. 7*o be drawn out, f"?n chalats, 2.
P&a. 60. 5 That thy beloved may be delivered
108. 6 That thy beloved may be delivered
Prov. 1 1. 8 The righteous is delivered out
ii. 9 knowledge shall the just be delivered
2.7*0 bring furlh, iS; yalad.
Gen. 25. 24 when her days to be delivered were fulfl.
Kxnd. i. 19 are delivered ere the midwives come in
i Su. 4 19 was with child, (near) to be delivered
i Ki. 3 17 1 was delivered of a child with her in the
3. 18 the third day after that I was delivered
3. 18 that this woman was delivered also : and
3. 7*o be escaped, escape, a"?D malat, 2.
Job 22. 30 and it is delivered by the pureness of
Psa. 22. 5 Tiioy cried unto thee, and were delivered
Prov ii. 21 the seed of the righteous shall be deliver.
28. 26 whoso walketh wisely, he shall be delive.
Isa. 49. 24 the mighty, or the lawful captive deliv.?
49. 25 the prey of the terrible shall be delivered
Eze. 17. 15 shall he break the covenant, and be del.?
Dan. 12. i at that time thy people shall bedelivered
Joel 2. 32 whosoever shall call . . shall be delivered
Amos 9. i he that escapeth. .shall not be delivered
Mai. 3. 15 (they that) tempt God are even delivered
4. To cause or let escape, c^D malat, 5.
Isa. 66. 7 before her pain came, she was delivered
5.7*0 give, give over, ID? masar, 2.
Numsi. 5 there weredelivered out of the thousands
6. 7*o be snatched away, *?$} natsal, 2.
Psa. 33. t6 a mighty man is not delivered by much
Isa. 20. whither we fiee for help to be delivered
37 ii thou hast heard, .and shalt thou be deli.?
Jer. 7. 10 We are delivered to do all these abomin.?
Mie. 4. io there shalt thou be delivered ; there the
Hab. 2. 9 he may be delivered from the power of
7. To be given, jru nathan, 1.
Gen. 9. 2 into your hand are they delivered
Lev. 26. 25 ye shall be delivered into the -hand of
2 Ki. 18. 30 this city shall not be delivered into the
19. io Jerusalem shall not be delivered into the
22 7 money that was delivered into their hand
1 Ch. =; 20 the Hagarites were delivered into their
2 Ch.iS. 14 they shall be delivered into your hand
28 5 he was also delivered into the hand
Isa 29 12 the book is delivered to him that is not
Jer. 32.4, 32.36, 34.3, 37-17. 46-24; *-ze. 31. 14, 32-20.
8. 7*o be given, ]Ji} nathan, 6.
2 Sa. 21. 6 Let seven men of his sons be delivered
9. 7*o pass over, njy abar.
Psa. 81. 6 his hands were delivered from the pots
10. Be entrusted, deposited, 133 paqad, 7.
Lev. 6. 4 that which was delivered him to keep
11.7*0 rescue, pvo/j.ai rhuomai.
Luke i. 74 we, being delivered out of the hand of our
Rom 15. 31 I may be delivered from them that do
2 Th 5 2 we may be delivered from . . wicked men
2 Ti. 4. 17 I was delivered out of the mouth of the
12. 7V> brinn forth a child, T(HTO> tikto.
Luke i. 57 full time came, that she should be deliv.
2 6 accomplished that she should be deliver.
Rev i-. 2 travailing in birth, and pained to be deli
12. 4 the woman which was ready to be deln .
DELIVERED him to keep, that which was
deposit, pij39 piqqadon.
Lev. 6. 2 in that which was delivered him to keep
DELIVERED cf, to be
1.7*0 bear, bring ft>rth, yevvdw gennao.
Johm6. 21 as soon as she is delivered of the child
2.7*0 bring forth a child, rixria tikto.
Heb. ii. ii Through faith also Sara, .[was deliv. of]
DELIVERED, being
Given out or forth, tKSoros ekdotos.
Acts 2. 23 being delivered by the determinate
DELIVERER
1 . 7*o save, y&l yasha, 5.
Judg. 3. 9 the LORD raised up a deliverer
3. 15 the LORD raised them up a deliverer
2. To snatch aicay, "rsj natsal.
Judg 18. 28 (there was) no deliverer, because it (was)
3. To let escape, B1
?? palat, 3.
2 Sa. 22. 2 The LORD (is) my rock . . and my deliverer
Psa. 18. 2 The LORD (is) my rock . . and my deliverer
40. 17 thou (art) my help and my deliverer
70. 5 thou (art) my help and my deliverer ;
144. 2 my high tower, and my deliverer ; my
4.^4 looser, deliverer, \vrpuTrts lutrotes.
Acts 7. 35 the same did God send (to be) a. .deliverer
5. The rescuer, o pvoutvos ho rhu&menos.
Rom 11.36 There shall come out of Sion the Deliverer
DENY
DELIVERY, time of -
7*0 bring forth, 1^; yalad.
Isa. 26. 17 draweth near the time of her deliver}-, la
DELUSION
1. Vexations, c^yjs taalulim.
Isa. 66. 4 I also will choose their delusions, and
2. Wandering, wor, tr\avn planl.
2 Th. 2. 1 1 this cause God shall send them strong d.
DEMAND
Jiequest, requirement, vhxy shcelah.
Dan. 4. 17 the demand by the word of the holy ones
DEMAND, to
1.7*0 say, "CX umar.
Exod. 5. 14 officers, .set over them, .(and) demanded
2.7*0 as!;, beg, hyy shaal.
2 Sa. ii. 7 David demanded (of him) how Joab did
Job 38. 3 I will demand of thee, and answer thou
40. 7 I will demand of thee, and declare thou
42. 4 I will demand of thee, and declare thou
3. To ask, SKI? shcel.
Dan. 2. 27 The secret which the king hath demanded
4.7*0 ask of or at any one, question, iirepurdia.
Lukei?. 20 when he was demanded of the Pharisees
5.7*0 ask,enquire, TrwOdvo/j-aipuitthanomai.
Matt. 2. 4 he demanded of them w here Christ should
Acts 21. 33 demanded who he was, and what he had
DEMAND of, to
To ask of or at, (any one], eVfpaiToo) eperutad.
Luke 3. 14 the soldiers likewise demanded of him
DE -MAS, Annas.
A fellow disciple of Paul at Fomie.
Col. 4. 14 Luke, the beloved physician, and D., greet
Phm. 24 Marcus, Aristarchus, D., Lucus, my
2 Ti. 4. 10 For D. hath forsaken rae, having loved
DE-MIE -TRI-TJS, Arj^rpios.
1. A silversmith of Kphesus who opposed Paul.
Acts 19. 24 For a certain (man) named D., a silver
19. 38 D., and the craftsmen which are with him
2 A convert well spoken of,
3 Jo. 12 D. hath good report of all (men), and of
DEMONSTRATION
A showing or pointing out, a-rroSfi^is apodeixis.
i Co. 2. 4 demonstration of the Spirit and of power
DEN
1. Lying in wait, covert, den, 3"3X ereb.
Job 37. 8 the beasts go into dens, and remain iu
2.Den, pit, 3i gob.
Dan. 6. 7 he shall be cast into the den of lions
6. 12 shall be cast into the den of lions?
6. 16 and cast (him) into the den of lions
6. 17 and laid upon the mouth of the den
6. 19 and went in haste unto the den of lions
6. 20 when he came to the den, he cried with
6. 23 they should take Daniel up out of the deo
6. 23 Daniel was taken up out of the den
6. 24 they cast (them) into the den of lions
6. 24 ever they came at the bottom of the den
3. Den, place of light, opening, hole, .TJIKO meurah.
Isa. ii. 8 shall put his hand on the cockatrice den
^.Habitation, den, }iya maon.
Jer. 9. ii make Jerusalem heaps, (and) a den of
io. 22 Judah desolate, (and) a den oi dragons
5. Habitation, den, niiya meonah.
Job 38. 40 When they couch in (their) dens, (and)
Psa. 104. 22 and lay them down in their dens
Song 4. 8 from the lions dens, from the mountains
Amos 3. 4 will a young lion cry out of his den if
> ah. 2. 12 filled his holes with prey, and hia dens
6. Den, cave, rnyp mearah.
Isa. 32. 14 and towers shall be for dens for ever
Jer. 7. 1 1 become a den of robbers in your eyes 7
7. Covert, covering, i)b sok.
Psa. io. 9 He lieth.. secretly as a lion in his den
S.Cave, den, (Lat. spelaeum,) <rir^\a.iov spiiaian.
Matt2i. 13 but ye have made it a den of thieves
Markn. 17 but ye have made it a den of thieves
Lukeig. 46 but ye have made it a den of thieves
Heb. 1 1 38 and (in) dens and caves of the earth
Rev. 6. 15 in the dens and in the rocks of the nioun
DENOUNCE, to
7*o put before, t:} nagad, 5,
Deut 30. 18 I denounce unto you this day, that ye
DENS
Dens, hollows, light holes, nmip minharoth.
Judg. 6. 2 children of Israel made them the dens
DENT, to
1.7*0 lie, feign, emj kachash, 3.
Gen. 18. 15 Sarah denied, saying, I laughed not; fpf
Josh 24. 27 a witness unto you, lest ye deny your G.
Job 8. 18 (it) shall deny him, (saying), I have not
31. 28 should have denied the God (that is)
Prov 30. 9 Lest I be full, and deny (thee,) and say
2. To withhold, keep back, W? inana.
i Ki. 20. 7 and for my gold ; and I denied him not
Prov. 30. 7 deny me (them) not before I die
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3. Turn back face of, D )9 3W shub (5) panini.
i Ki. 2. 16 I ask one petition of thee, deny me not
4. To speak against, avTt\(y(a antilego.
L jke^o. 27 which [deuyl that there is any resurrection
5. To deny utterly, a.napvtuv.ai aparnromai.
Matti6. 24 let him deny himself, and take up his
26. 35 die with thee. yet will I not deny thee
26. jfs Before the cock crow, thou shalt d. v, 34.
Mark 8. 34 let him deny himself, and take up his c.
n. 30 before the cock crow, .thou shalt deny me
14. 31 I will not deny thee in any wise
-.4. 72 Before the cock crow, .thou shalt deny
Luke 9. 23 let him [deny himself,] and take up his
12. 9 shall be denied before the angels of God
22. 34 shalt thrice deny that thou knowest me
22. 61 Before the cock crow, thou shall deny me
John 1 3. 38 till [thou hast denied] me thrice
6. To deny, disoivn, apviofi.ai arneomai.
Mattio. 33 But whosoever shall deny me before men
10. 33 him will I also deny before my Father
26. 70 he denied before (them) all, saying, I
26. 72 he denied with an oath, I do not know
Marki4. 68 But he denied, saying, I know not
14. 70 he denied it again. And a little after
Luke 8. 45 Whenall denied, Peter and they that were
12. 9 he that denieth me before men shall be
22. 57 he denied him. .1 know him not
John i. 20 he confessed, and denied not ; but confe.
18. 25 He denied (it), and said, I am not
18. 27 Peterthen denied again : and immediately
Acts 3. 13 denied him in the presence of Pilate
3. 14 ye denied the Holy One and the Just, and
4. 16 miracle hath been done, .we cannot deny
1 Ti. 5. 8 he hath denied tho faith, and is worse
2 Ti. 2. 12 if we deny (him), he also will deny us
2. 13 abideth faithful, .he cannot deny himself
3. 5 but denying the power thereof
Titus i. 16 in works they deny (him), being abornina.
2. 12 denying ungodliness and worldly lusts
2 Pe. 2. i denying the Lord that bought them, and
1 Jo. 2. 22 he that denieth that Jesus, .denieth the
2. 23 Whosoever denieth the Son, the same
.Tude 4 denying the only Lord God, and our Lord
Rev. 2. 13 hast not denied my faith, even in those
3. 8 kept my word, and haot not denied my
DEPART, to
1. To go in, Kia bo.
2 Ki. 10. 12 arose and departed, and came to Samar.
2. To remove, rta rjalah.
Job 20. 28 Tho increase of his house shall depart
3. To go on, ""77 halak.
Judg. 6. 21 the :-.ngei of the LORD departed cut of
i Ki.2o. 36 as soon as thou art departed from mo
Jer. 37. 9 The Chaldeans shall surely depart from
50. 3 they shall depart, both man and beast
4. To go on for oneself, to and fro, ^Sn halak, 7.
Judg 21. 24 the children of Israel departed thence
5. To go on, TjV; yalak.
Gen. 12. 4 Abram departed, as the LORD had spoken
14. i2 they took Lot. .and his goods, and depa.
21.14 departed, and wandered in the wilderness
24. 10 the servant took ten camels, .and depar.
26. 17 Isaac departed thence, and pitched his
26. 31 and they departed from him in peace
31. 55 Laban departed, and returned unto his
42. 26 laded their asses, .and departed thence
45. 24 sent his brethren away, and they depar.
Exod33. i Depart, (and) go up thence, thou and
Num 10 30 I will depart to mine own land, and to
12. 9 was kindled against them ; and he depa.
22. 7 elders of Midian departed with the
Josh. 2 21 And she sent them away, and they depa.
22. 9 departed from the childreu of Israel out
Judg. 9 55 they departed every man unto his place
17. 8 the man departed out of the city from
18 7 the five men departed, and came to Laish
18. 21 they turned and departed, and pot the
19. 5 in the morning, that he rose up to depart
19. 7 when the man rose up to depart, his
19. 8 arose early, .on the fifth day to depart
19. 9 when the man rose up to depart, he
19. 10 he rose up and departed, and came over
- Sa. 6. 6 let the people go, and they departed ?
10. 2 When thou art departed from me to day
20. 42 he arose and departed : and Jonathan
22. i David therefore departed thence, and
22. 5 depart, and get thee into the land of
22. 5 David departed, and came into the forest
29. io and as soon as ye be up early, depart
29. ii David and his men rose up early to dep.
^o. 22 that they may lead (them) away, and de.
aSa. "6. 19 people departed every one to his house
12. 15 And Nathan departed unto his house
15. 14 make speed to depart, lest he overtake
17. 21 it came to pass, after they were departed
19. 24 from the day the king departed until the
20. 21 deliver him only, and I will depart from
i Ki. 12. 5 Depart yet (for) three days, then come
12. 5 And the people departed
12. 16 So Israel departed unto their tents
12. 24 returned to depart, according to the
14. 17 Jeroboam s wife arose, and departed, and
19. 19 he departed thence, and found Elisha
20. 9 the messengers departed, and brought
20. 36 as soon as he was departed from him
ao. 38 the prophet departed, and waited for the
2 Ki. i. 4 but shalt surely die. And Elijah depar.
5. 5 he departed, and took with him ten
5. 19 So he departed from him a little way
5. 24 and he let the men go, and they depart.
8. 14 he departed from Elisha, and came to
io. 15 when he was departed thence, ho lighted
1 Ch.i6. 43 all the people departed every man to his
2 Ch.io. 5 And the people departed
21. 20 and departed without being deaired
24. 25 when they were departed from him
Job 27. 21 wind carrieth him away, ami In- dcpiii-i.
Psa. 34. title who drove him away, and he departed
Eccl. 6. 4 cometh in with vanity, and departeth in
Jer. 41. io and departed to go over to the Ammon.
41. 17 they departed, and dwelt in the habitat.
Mic. 2. 10 Arise ye, and depart ; for this (is) not
C. To go out, NV; yatsa.
Gen. 12. 4 when he departed out of Haran
Exod2i. 72 so that her fruit depart (from her), and
35. 20 the children of Israel departed from the
Lev. 25. 41 (then) shall he;depart from thee, (both) he
Deut. 9. 7 the day that thou didst depart out of the
24. 2 when she is departed out of his house
1 Sa. 23. 13 arose and departed out of Keilah, and
2 Sa. ii. 8 Uriah departed out of the king s house
i Ch.2i. 4 Joab departed, and went throughout all
Psa. 105. 2,8 Egypt was glad when they departed
Jer. 20. 2 Alter., smiths, were departed from Jeru.
Lan:. i. 6 daughter of Zion all her beauty is depar.
Eze. io. 18 the glory of the LORD departed from off
7. To sink doum, be disjointed, J?p; yaqa.
Jer. 6. 8 Be thou instructed, .lest my soul depart
8.To turn aside, nS luz.
Prov. 3. 21 son, let not them depart from thine eyes
9. To turn aside, r1
? luz, 5.
Prov. 4. 21 Let them not depart from thine eyes
10. To move, depart, ria mush.
Num 14. 44 and Moses, departed not out of the camp
Josh. i. 8 This book of the law shall not depart out
Judg. 6. 18 Depart not hence, I pray thee, until I
Prov 17. 13 evil shall not depart from his house
Isa. 54. 10 For the mountains shall depart, and the
54. io but my kindness shall not depart from
59 21 my words, .shall not depart out of thy
Jer. 31. 36 If those ordinances depart from before me
11. To move, vio mush, 5.
Exod33- n a young man. departed not out of the
Psa ^5. ii deceitandguilcdepartuotfromhei streets
Nan. "3.
i full of lies (and) robbery ; the prey depa.
12. To flee, move, wander away, TII nadad.
Gen. 31. 40 and my sleep departed from mine eyes
13.7*0 journey, move, J?CJ nttsa.
Gen. 37. 17 They are departed hence ; for I heard
Exodig. 2 For they were departed from Rephidim
Numio. 33 they departed from the mount of the L.
33. 3 they departed from Rameses in the first
33. 6 they departed from Succoth, and pitched
33. 8 And theydeparted from before Pihahiroth
^3. i} they departed from Dophkah, and enca.
13. 15 they departed from Rephidim, and pitc.
33. 17 they departed from Kibroth hattaavah
13. 18 they departed from Hazeroth, and pitched
33. 19 they departed from Rithmah, and pitch.
33. 20 they departed from Rimmon parez, and
33 27 they departed from Tahath, and pitched
33. 30 they departed from Hashmonah, and enc.
33. 31 they departed from Moseroth, and pitc.
. 35 they departed from Ebronah, and enca.
33. 41 they departed from mount Hor, and pit.
33. 42 they departed from Zalmonah. and pitc.
33. .n they departed from Punon. and pitched
33. / they departed from Oboth, and pitched
33. 45 they departed from lim. and pitched in
33 48 they departed from the mountains of A.
Deut. i 19 when we departed from Horeb, we went
2Ki. 3. 77 and they departed from him and returned
19. 8 he had heard thathewas departed from L.
10. 3*3 So Sennacherib king of Assyria departed
Ezra 8. 31 Then we departed Irom the river of Ah.
Isa. 37. 8 for he had heard that he was departed
37. 37 So Sennacherib king of Assyria departed
14. To turn aside, i D sur.
Gen. 4Q. io The sceptre shall not depart from Judah
Exod. 8. ii the frogs shall depart from thee, and
8. 20 the swarms (of flies) may depart from P.
Lev. 13. 58 if the plague be departed from them, then
Num 12. io cloud departed from off the tabernacle
14. 9 their defence is departed from them, and
16. 26 Depart, I pray you, from the tents of these
Deut. 4. 9 lest they depart from thy heart all the
Judg 16. 20 he wist not that the LOKD was departed
1 Sa. 15. 6 Go. depart, get you down from among
15. 6 the Kenites departed from among the A.
16. 14 the Spirit of the LORD departed from Saul
16. 23 and the evil spirit departed from him
8. 12 the LORD was with him, and was departed
28. 15 God is departed from me, and answereth
28. 16 seeing the LORD is departed from thee
2 Sa. 7. 15 my merey shall not depart away from
12. 10 the sword shall never depart from thine
22. 23 his statutes, I did not depart from them
2 Ki. 3. 3 sins of Jeroboam, .he departed not there
io. 29 Jehu departed not from after them, (to
io. 31 he departed not from the sins of Jerob.
1 3. 2 sins of Jeroboam . . he departed not there.
13. 6 they departed not from the sins of the
DEPART
2 Ki. 13. ii he departed not from all the sing of Jer.
14. 24 ho departed not from all the sins of Jer.
15. 9, 24, 28 he departed not frotn the sins of J.
15. 18 he departed not ali his days from the siim
17. 22 the children of Israel, .departed not from
18. 6 he. .departed not from following him, hut
2Ch. 8. 15 they departed not from the commandm.
20. 32 he walked in the way. .and departed not
34. 33 they departed not from following the L.
35. 15 they might not depart from their
Neh. 9. 19 the pillar of the cloud departed not from
Job 15. 30 He shall not depart out of darkness
21.14 Depart from us ; for we desire not tho
22. 17 Which said unto God, Depart from us
28. 28 and to depart from evil (is) understanding
Psa. 6. 8 Depart from me, all ye workers of iniqu.
34. 14 Depart from evil.and do good ; seek peace
37. 27 Depart from evil, and do good ; and dwell
lot. 4 A froward heart shall depart from me : I
1 19. 102 I have not departed from thy judgments
119. 115 Depart from me, ye evil doers : for I will
139. 19 depart from me therefore, ye bloody men
Prov. 3. 7 fear the LORD, and depart from evil
5. 7 and depart not from the words of my mo.
13. 14 to depart from the snares of death
13. 19 abomination to fools to depart from evil
14. 16 A wise (man) feareth, and tleparteth from
14. 27 to depart from the snares of death
15. 24 that he may depart from hell beneath
16. 6 by the fear of the LORD (men) depart
16. 17 The highway of the upright (is) to depart
22. 6 when he is old, he will not depart from
27. 22 will not his foolishness depart from him
Isa. 7. 17 the day that Ephraim departed from Ju.
11. 13 The envy also of Ephraim thall depart
14. 25 then shall his yoke depart irom off them
14. 25 and his burden depart from off their
52. 1 1 Depart ye, depart ye, go ye out from
59. 15 he (that) ileparteth from evil maketh
Jer. 17. 5 and whose heart departeth from the Lo.
32. 40 that they shall not depart from me
Lam. 4. 15 Depart ye ; (it is) unclean ; depart, depart
Eze. 6. 9 which hath departed from me, and with
1 6. 42 and my jealousy shall depart
Zechio. ii the sceptre of Egypt shall depart away
Mai. 2. 8 But ye are departed out of the way ; ye
15. To 2Jass on, rny. adah.
Dan. 4. 31 The kingdom is departed from thee
16. To go up, rhy cdah.
1 Ki. 15. 19 break thy league, .that he may depart
2 Ch. 16. 3 break thy league . . that he may depart
17- To be gone up, rhy alah, 2.
Jer. 37. 5 the Chaldeans., heard tidings., they deps
IS.To turn aside, ~*v sur.
Hos. 9. 1 2 woe also to them when I depart from them
19.ro look, rryy shaah.
Job 7. 19 How long wilt thou not depart from me
20. To lead up, put to sta, av&ycc anagv.
Acts 27. 12 the more part advised to depart thence
28. 10 when we departed, they laded (us) with
28. ii after three mouths we departed in a ship
21. To loose vp (an anchor], ava\vw analuo.
Phil. i. 23 having a desire to depart, and to be with
22.ro withdraw, civa.\<apft>)
anachoreo.
Matt. 2. 12 they departed into thefr (,wn country
2 13 when they were departed, behold, the
2. 14 took the young child, .and departed into
4 . 12 when Jesus had heard, .he departed into
14. 13 he departed thence by ship into a desert
15. 21 Then Jesus went thence, and departed
27. 5 and departed, and went and hanged him.
John 6. 15 he departed. again into a mountain him.
23. To change from, let go, aira\\dffffta apallassS,
Acts 19. 12 the diseases departed from them, and the
24. To come or go away, airipxofj.a.i aperchomai.
Matt 8 18 he gave commandment to depart unto
9 7 And he arose, and departed to his house
14. 16 They need not depart ; give ye them to
1 6. 4 And he left them, and departed
27. 60 and he rolled a great stone, .and departed
Mark i 35 departed into a solitary place, and there
x 42 Immediately the leprosy departed from
5. IT they began to pray him to depart out of
5 . ;o he departed, and began to publish in Dec.
6 12 they departed into a desert place by ship
6 46 when he had sent them away, he depart.
8 1 3 he . . entering into the ship again, departed
Luke i. r i it came to pass, .he departed to his own
i. -.8 And the angel departed from her
5 . Tj immediately the leprosy departed from
5. 75 departed to his own house, glorifying God
7. 24 when the messengers of John were de-pa..
8. 37 the whole multitude..besought him to d.
10. 30 thieves, which, .wounded (him), and dep.
24. 12 Peter, .[departed 1 wondering in himself
John 4. 3 He left Jndea, and departed again into
4. 43 after two days he departed thence, and
5. 15 The man departed, and told the Jews
12. 36 These things spake Jesus, and departed
Acts 10. 7 angel which spake unto Cornelius was d.
28. 29 the Jews [departed, ]and had great reason.
Rev. 18. 14 the fruits, .are departed from thee, and
18. 14 things which were dainty, .[are departed]
25. To loose off or away, diroA.ua> apoluG.
Acts 28. 25 when they agreed not. .they departed
DEPART
26. To withdraw away, airoxuptu apochoreo.
Matt. 7. 23 depart from me, ye that work iniquity
Luke 9. 39 bruising him, hardly departeth from him
Acts 13. 13 Jolin departing from them returned to J.
27 .To be withdrawn*) iaro\tpl^ofuu apochOritomt/i.
Rev. 6. 14 the heaven departed as a scroll when it
28.7*0 be thoroughly withdrawn, Sia.xvpt&fi.a.i.
Luke 9. 33 as they departed from him, Peter said
29.7*0 come or go through, 5: pxMa* dierchomai.
Acts 13. 14 when they departed from Perga, they ca.
30.7*0 go or come out or forth, tKiropfvopai ekpor.
Mattzo. 29 as tliey departed from Jericho, a great
Mark 6. n when ye depart thence, shake off the dust
Acts 25. 4 and that he himself would depart shortly
31. To <jo out or forth, f^fifit exeimi.
Acts 17. 15 and receiving a commandment, .they de.
20. 7 Paul preached . . ready to depart on the
32. 7*o come or go out or forth, i^tovofuu exercho.
Matt. Q. 31 when they were departed, spread abroad
28. 8 they[departed]quicklyfromthesepulchre
Mark 6. 10 there abide till ye depart from that place
7. 31 departing from the coasts of Tyre and Si.
9. 30 they departed thence, and passed through
Luke 4. 42 when it was day, he departed and went
5. 8 Depart from me ; for I am a sinful man
8. 35, 38 out of whom the devils were departed
9. 4 whatsoever house, .abide, and thence de.
9. 6 they departed, and went through the
10. 35 on the morrow, when [he departed,] he
12. 59 I tell thee, thou shalt not depart thence
John 4. 43 after two days he departed thence, and
Acts ii. 25 Then departed Barnabas to Tarsus, for to
12. 17 he departed, and went into another place
14. 20 next day he departed with Barnabas to
15. 40 Paul chose Silas, and departed, being
16. 36 now therefore depart, and go in peace
16. 40 when they had seen the brethren, they., d.
17. 33 So Paul departed from among them
18. 23 after he had spent some time, .he depar.
20. i Paul . . departed for to go into Macedonia
so. ii even till break of day, so he departed
21. 5 we departed and went our way; and they
21. 8 we that were of Paul s company departed
Phil. 4. 15 when I departed from Macedonia, no
33.7*0 come or go down, KareWoyucu koterchormn.
Acts 13. 4 So they, .departed unto Seleucia ; and
34. To <jo after, away or back; nera^aivw metabai.no.
Matt. 8. 34 that he would depart out of their coasts
n. i he departed thence, to teach and to
12. 9 when he was departed thence, he went
15. 29 Jesus departed from thence, and came
John 7. 3 Depart hence, and go into Judea, that
13. i his hour was come that he should depart
Acts 18. 7 he departed thence, and entered into a
35. 7*o lift ufi and remove, fj.era.ipw metairo.
Matt i j. 53 when Jesus had finished, .he departed
19. i he departed from Galilee, and came into
36. 7*o go on beyond, irapdyea parago.
Matt 9. 27 when Jesus departed thence, two blind
37.7* </o on, iropf vofj.a.1 jioreuomai.
Matt. 2. 9 when they had heard the king, they dep.
11. 7 as they departed, Jesus began to say unto
19. 15 he toid (his) hands on them.aud departed
24. i Jesus went out, and departed from the
25. 41 Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlast.
Luke 4. 42 that he should not depart from them
13. 31 Get thee out, and depart hence: for Her.
Johm6. 7 but if I depart, 1 will send him unto you
Acts 5. 41 they departed from the presence of the
22. 21 Depart: for I will send thee far hence
2 Ti. 4 10 Demas. .having loved, .is departed unto
38.7*0 gn secretly or quietly, virdyu hupago.
Mark 6. 33 the people saw them departing, and
Jas. 2. 16 Depart in peace, be (ye) warmed and fill
39. 7*o put apa.rt, xwpifa chorizS.
Acts i. 4 they sin mid not depart from Jerusalem
18. i After these things Paul departed from A.
18. 2 had commanded all Jews to depart from
1 Co. 7. to. Let not the wife depart from (her) husb.
7. ii if she depart, let her remain unmarried
7. 15 if the unbelieving depart, let him depart
Plnn. 15 perhaps he therefore departed for a sea.
DEPART asunder, to
7*o be withdrawn, a.iro\upi^o/uLat apoclbdrizomai.
Acts 15. 39 they departed asunder one from the other
DEPART early, to
To turn about, round, Tjjt tsaphar.
Judg. 7. 3 let him. .depart early from mount Gilead
DEPART from, to
To place offfmm, a.<f>iarri)/jn aphistemi.
Luke 2. 37 a widow, .which departed not from the
4. 13 he departed from him for a season
13. 27 depart from me, all (ye) workers <>f ini.
Acts 12. 10 and forthwith the anj,rcl departed from
15. 38 who departed from them from Pamphy.
19. 9 he departed from them, and separated
22. 29 straightway they departed from him
2 Co 12. 8 I besought, .that it might depart from
1 Ti. 4 . i in the latter times some shall depart from
2 Ti. 2. 19 And, let every one. .depart from iniquity
Heb. 3. 12 Take heed, .in departing from the living
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DEPART out, to
To withdraw out, Ifcxoipcw ekchore~>.
Luke2i. 21 which are in the midst of it depart out
DEPART out of, to
7*o come out or forth, f^fpxo^ai exerchomai.
Mattio. 14 when ye depart out of that house or city
17. 18 he departed out of him; and the child
Acts 16. 39 they, .desired (them) to [depart out ofj
DEPART, to let
1.7*0 send on, n1
?^ shalach, 3.
ExodiS. 27 Moses let his father in law depart; and
Josh 24. 28 let the people depart, every man unto his
2 Sa. ii. 12 and to morrow I will let thee depart
i Ki. ii. 21 Let me depart, that I may go to mine
2. 7*o loose away. inroKvia apoluo.
Luke 2. 29 lettest thou thy servant depart in peace
Acts 23. 22 let the young man depart, and charged
DEPART, they that
One, that turns csitle, 110 yasxr.
Jer. 17. 13 they that depart from me shall be written
DEPARTED, to be
1 . 7*o remove, rbi yalah.
1 Sa. 4. 21, 22 The glory is departed from Israel
Hos. 10. 5 for the glory thereof, .is departed from
2. 7*o be removed, 1 P} nasa, 2.
Isa. 38. 12 Mine age is departed, and is removed from
DEPARTING
1.7*0 go out, tfjf yatsa.
Gen. 35. 18 came to pass, as her soul was in depart.
Exodi6. i the second month after their departing
2. To turn aside, n?a AW.
Dan. 9. 5 by departing from thy precepts and from
9. ii transgressed thy law, even by departing
3. A going away, &<piis aphixis.
Acts 20. 29 after my departing shall grievous wolves
i. Outgoing, efoSos exodos.
Heb. ii. 22 of the departing of the children of Israel
DEPARTING away
Separate self, fall away, Jic; [sug, 2].
Isa. 59. 1 3 and departing away from our God, speak.
DEPARTURE
1. To go out, xy; yatsa.
Eze. 26. 1 8 isles .. shall be troubled at thy departure
2..1 loosing up or off, a.i>d\vffis analusis.
2 Ti. 4. 6 and the time of my departure is at hand
DEPOSED, to be
7*u be nut down, nnj nechath, 6.
Dan. 5. 20 he was deposed from his kingly throne
DEPRIVE, to
To cause to forget, Hy;
: nashah, 5.
Job 39. 17 God hath deprived her of wisdom, neither
DEPRIVED, to be
1.7*0 be lacking, numbered, ~i$$ paqad, 4.
Isa. 38. 10 I am deprived of the residue of my years
2. To be bereaved, Ysy sliakol.
Gen. 27. 45 why should I be deprived also of you both
DEPTH
1 . l>epth, the deep, ."6?sa metsulah.
Psa. 68. 22 bring (my people) again from the depths
Mic. 7. 19 all their sins into the depths of the sea
2. 7*o make deep, pay amaq, 5.
Isa. 7. ii ask it either in the depth, or in the height
3. Deep place, depth, pay emeq.
Prov. 9. 18 her guests (are) in the depths of hell
\.l)fpth, deep, pay omeq.
Prov 25. 3 heaven for height, and the earth for depth
5. Deep, the deep, Dinp tehom.
Exodis- 5 The depths have covered them : they sank
15. 8 the depths were congealed in the heart
Deut. 8. 7 depths that spring out of valleys and
Job 28. 14 The depth saith, It (is) not in me; and
38. 16 thou walked in the search of the depth?
Psa. 33. 7 he layeth up the depth in storehouses
71. 20 bring me up again from the depths of
77. 16 were afraid: the depths also were troubled
78. 15 gave (them) drink as (out of) the great d.
106. 9 he led them through the depths, as thro.
107. 26 they go down again to the depths
Prov. 3. 20 By his knowledge the depths are broken
8. 24 When (there were) no depths, I was
8. 27 set a compass upon the face of the depth
Jon. 2. 5 the depth closed me round about, the
G.Depth, the depth, deep things, fiddos bathos.
M.uk 4. 5 because it had no depth of earth
Rom. S. 39 Nor height, nor depth, nor any other
ii. 33 O the depth of the riches both of the
Eph. 3. 18 what (is) the breadth . .length, and depth
Rev. 2. 24 which have not known [the depths] of S.
i 7. The high or open sea, irf\ayos pelagos.
MattiS. 6 he were drowned in the depth ef the sea
DEPTHS
l><>
i> places, O pai.a maanwqqim.
Psa.130. i Out of the depths have I cried unto thee
DESCEND
Isa. 51. 10 that hath made the depths of the sea
Eze. 27. 34 by the seas in the depths of the water
DEPUTY
1.7*0 be set up, 3i j natsab, 2.
i Ki. 22. 47 then no king in Edom : a deputy (waa)
2. Governor, stadlwldcr, nn^ pechah.
Esth. 8. 9 the deputies and rulers of the province*
9. 3 the deputies, and officers of the king
3. A pro-consul, avOvwaros anthupatos.
Acts 13. 7 Which was with the deputy of the country
13. 8 seeking to turn away the deputy from the
13. 12 the deputy, when he saw what was done
19. 38 the law is open, and there are deputies
DEPUTY, to be
7*o be or act as a pro-consul, avOvTrarfvu anthupa.
Acts 18. 12 when Gallio [was the deputy] of Achaia
DER BE, Afp/STj. A city of Lycaonia, not fai from Pisidia ; but its exact
position is not known. It was in the eastern part of
the great upland plain of Lycaonia, which stretches
from Iconium eastwards along the north side of the
Taurus chain, near the pass called the Galician gates,
which opened a way from the low plain of Cilicia to
the interior tableland. By Col. Leake it is supposed
to be at Bin-bir Kilitmeh, at the foot of the Kara-dagh ;
but this is the site of Lystra. Kiepert s map puts it
further east, at a spot where there are ruins, in the
line of the Roman road. Hamilton and Texier place
it at Diole, a little south west of the last position and
nearer to the roots of Taurus.
Acts 14. 6 They . .fled unto Lystra and D., cities of
14. 20 next day he departed with Barnabas to D.
1 6. i Then came he to D. and Lystra
20. 4 there accompanied him . . Gaius of D., and
DERIDE, to
1.7*0 laugh at, deride, pnp sachaq.
Hab. i. 10 they shall deride every stronghold ; for
2.7*0 turn up tfie nose at, fKnvKTypifa ekmukterizo.
Lukei6. 14 And the Pharisees also, .they derided him
23. 35 the rulers also with them derided (him)
DERISION
\.Scorn, scorning, jyS laag.
Eze. 36. 4 which became a prey and derision to the
Hos. 7. 16 This (shall be) their derision in the land
2. Derision, scoffing, oh% qeles.
Psa. 44. 13 a scorn and a derision to them that are
79. 4 a scorn and derision to them that are
Jer. 20. 8 made a reproach unto me, and a derision
3. Laughter, derision, pinfe
1
sechoq.
Jer. 20. 7 I am in derision daily, every one mocketh
48. 26 Moab. .he also shall be in derision
48. 27 For was not Israel a derision unto thee?
48. 39 so shall Moab be a derision and a dismay.
Lam. 3. 14 I was a derision to all my people
DERISION to have in
1.7*o scorn, pS hits, 5.
Psa. 1 19. 51 The proud have had me greatly in derision
2.7*0 scorn, }$ laag.
Psa. 2. 4 the LORD shall have them in derision
59 8 shalt have all the heathen in derision
Eze. 23. 32 be laughed to scorn and had in derision
3. 7*o laugh at, dei ide, pnj; sachaq.
Job 30. i younger than I have me in derision
DESCEND, to
1. 7*o go or come doicn, TV yarad.
Gen. 28. 12 angels of God ascending and descending
Exodig. 18 because the LORD descended upon it hi
33. 9 the cloudy pillar descended, and stood
34. 5 the LORD descended in the cloud, and
Num34. 1 1 the border shall descend, and shall reach
Deut. 9. 21 the brook that descended out of the
Josh. 2. 23 descended from the mountain, and passed
17. 9 the coast descended unto the river Kanah
18. 13 the border descended to Ataroth-adar
18. 16 and descended to the valley of Hinnom
18. 16 on the south, and descended to En-rogel
18. 17 descended to the stone of Bohan the son
i Sa. 26. 10 he shall descend into battle, and perish
Psa. 49. 17 his glory shall not descend after him
*33- 3 (the dew) that descended upon the nioun.
Prov 30. 4 hath ascended up into heaven, or desceu.
Isa. 5. 14 he that rejoiceth, shall descend into it
Eze. 26. 20 down with them that descend into the
31. 16 down, .with them that descend into the
2. 7*o go or come domi, Karafiaivta katabaino.
Matt. 3. 16 he saw the Spirit of God descending like
7. 25, 27 the rain descended, and the floods
28. 2 angel of the LORD descended from heaven
Mark i. 10 Spirit like a dove descending upon him
15. 32 Let Christ the King of Israel descend now
Luke 3. 22 the Holy Ghost descended in a bodily
John i. 32 the Spirit descending from heaven like
i. 33 thou shalt see the Spirit descending, and
i. 51 angels of God ascending and descending
Acts 10. ii a certain vessel descending unto him, as
ii. 5 A certain vessel descend, as it had been
24. i Ananias the high priest descended with
Rom 10. 7 Who shall descend into the deep? that is
Eph. 4. 9 what is it but that he also descended
4. 10 He that descended is the same also that
i Th. 4. 1 6 the LORD himself shall descend from
Rev. 21. 10 Jerusalem, descending out of heaven
DESCENT 247 DESIRE
3. To come down, Karfpxofjmi katerchomai.
Jas. 3. 15 Tliis wisdom descendeth not from above
DESCENT
A coming down, KardBcuTis katabasis.
Lukci9. 37 at the descent of the mount of Ottves
DESCENT counted, to have one s
Ti> have ones genealogy reckoned, y(vea\oyeofj.ai.
Heb. 7. 6 lie whose descent is not counted from
DESCENT, without
Without a genealogy, ay(V(a\6^rtros agenealogetos.
Heb. 7. 3 without descent, having neither beginning
DESCRIBE, to
1 . To u-rite, 2nj kathab.
Josh i?. 4 describe it according to the inheritance
1 8. 6 describe the land (into) seven parts
18. 8 them that went to describe the laud
18. S walk through the land, and describe it
j8. 9 described it by cities into seven parts
Judg. 8. 14 he described unto him the princes of
2. To write, ypd<bw graphs.
Rom 10. 5 Moses describeth the righteousness which
3. To lay out, say, Xe-yw lego.
Rom. 4. 6 David also describeth the blessedness
DESCRY, to send to
To go about, search, spy out, "iin tur.
Judg. i. 23 the house of Joseph sent to descry Beth-el
DESERT -
I. Deed, recompense, ^Df gemul.
Psa. 28. 4 Give them . .render to them their desert
^.Judgment, B?tf
:P mishpat.
Eze 7. 27 according to their deserts will I judge
DESERT
I. Dry or waste place, n^nn chorbah.
Psa. 102. 6 I am like an owl of the desert
Isa. 48. 21 led them through the deserts: he caused
Eze. 13. 4 prophets are like the foxes in the deserts
^.Desolation, jiOTj yeshimon.
Psa. 78. 40 oft did they, .grieve him in the desert
106. 14 and tempted God in the desert
Isa. 43. 19 I will even make .. rivers in the desert
43. 20 rivers in the desert, to give drink to my
3. Plain, wilderness, desert, "i?"!P midbar.
Exod. 3. i the flock to the back side of the desert !
5. 3 three days journeyinto the desert
19. 2 were come (to) the desert of Sinai, and
23. 31 and from the desert unto the river
Nunuo. i whole congregation, into the desert of
27 14 against my commandment in the desert
33. 16 they removed from the desert of Sinai
Dent!?. 10 He found him in a desert land, and in the
2 <_ h.2D. 10 he built towers in the desert, and digged
Job 24. 5 (as) wild asses in the desert, go they forth
Isa. 21. i from the desert, from a terrible land
Jer. 25. 24 mingled people that dwell in the desert
4.Pl >in. vilderness, Arabah, iyjK. arabah.
Isa. 35. i the desert shall rejoice, and blossom as
35. 6 waters break out, and streams in the des.
40. 3 make straight in the desert a highway
f 41. 19 I will set in the desert the fir tree
51. 3 her desert like the garden of the LORD
Jer. 2. 6 through a land of deserts and of pits
17. 6 he shall be like the heath in the desert
=o. 12 be) a wilderness, a dry land, and a desert
Eze. 47. 8 down into the desert, and go into the sea
5. A desert, solitude, (prjuia eremia.
Heb. 1 1 38 they wandered in deserts, and (in) mou
6.A desert, solitary place, tpTj/xoy eremos.
Matt24. 26 Behold, he is in the desert : go not forth
Luke i. 80 was in the deserts till the day of his
John 6 31 Our fathers did eat manna in the desert
DESERT - -
Desert, solitary, eprj/xos eremos.
Matt 14. 13 departed thence by a ship into a desert
14. 15 This is a desert place, and the time is
Mark i. 45 but was without in desert places
6. 31 Come ye yourselves, .into a desert place
6 32 they departed into a desert place by ship
6. 35 This is a desert place, and now the time
Luke 4. 42 he departed and went into a desert place
9. jo [went aside privately into a desert place]
9. 12 for we are here in a desert place
Acts 8. 26 from Jerusalem unto Gaza, which is des.
DESERT, wild beasts of the
Inhabitants of the desert, C"V tsiyyim.
Isa. 13. 21 wild beasts of the desert shall lie there
34. 14 The wild beasts of the desert shall also
Jer. 50. 39 the wild beasts of the desert with the
DESERT OF THE SEA, c; 13">P midbar yam.
An unknown portion of Arabia.
Isa. 21. i The burden of the desert of the sea.
DESERVING
Deed, recompense, SiD| gemul.
Judg. 9. 1 6 according to the deserving of his hands
DESIRABLE -
Desire, icn chemed.
Eze. 23.* C, is, 83 all of them desirable young men
DESIRE
1. Desire, or father, 2K ab.
Job 34. 36 -My dcsire (is, that) Job may be tried
2. Desire, (he caper-berry, "iji 3N abiyonah.
Keel. 12. 5 shall be a burden, and desire shall fail
S.Desi.re, longing, n]tt avvah.
Deut 1 8. 6 cotne with all the desire of his mind
i Sa. 23. 20 according to all the desire of thy soul
Hos. 10. 10 (It is) in my desire that I should chastise
4. Desire, desirableness, -"nan chemdah.
1 Sa. 9. 20 And on whom (is) all the desire of Israel ?
Dan. 11.37 nor the desire of women, nor regard any
Hag. 2. 7 and the Desire of all nations shall come
5. Delight, pleasure, fEn chephets.
2 Sa. 23. 5 (this is) all my salvation, and all (my) d.
1 Ki. 5.8! will do all thy desire concerning timber
5 9 thou shalt accomplish my desire, in
5. 10 and fir trees, (according to) all his desire
9. ii and with gold, according to all his desire
10. 13 unto the queen of Sheba all her desire
2 Ch. 9. 12 gave to the queen of Sheba all her desire
Job 31. 16 have withheld the poor from (their) desi.
6. Desire, delight, pn chesheq.
1 Ki. 9. i all Solomon s desire which he was pleased
7. Desired or desirable thing, nSfT? machmad.
Eze. 24. 16 take away from thee the desire of thine
24. 21 the desire of your eyes, and that which
24. 25 joy of their glory, the desire of theireyes
8. Asking, request, n^Kp p mishalah.
Psa. 37. 4 shall give thee the desires of thine heart
9. Soul, t?Bj nephesh.
Eccl. 6 9 Better. . than the wandering of the desire
Mic. 7. 3 he uttereth his mischievous desire
Hab. 2. 5 who enlargeth his desire as hell, and (is)
10. Acceptance, good pleasure, \MD, ratson.
2 Ch.is. 15 and sought him v. ith their whole desire
Psa. 145. 16 satisfiest the desii-e ci every living thing
145. 19 fulfil the desire of them that fear him
11. Desire, longing, nit<>3 taavah.
Psa. 10. 3 the wicked Loasteih of his heart s desire
10. 17 thou hast heard the desire of the humble
21. 2 Thou hast given him his heart s desire
38. 9 Lord, all my desire (is) before thee ; and
78. 29 for he gave them their own desire
112. 10 the desire of the wicked shall perish
Prov. 10. 24 desire of the righteous shall be granted
11. 23 The desire of the righteous (is) only good
13. 12 (when) the desire cometh, (it is) a tree of
13. 19 The desire accomplished is sweet to the
18. i Through desire a man, having separated
19. 22 The desire of a man (is) his kindness
21. 25 The desire of the slothful killeth him
Isa. 26. 8 the desire of (our) soul (is) to thy name
12. Desire, mark, w*tav.
Job 31. 35 my desire (is, that) the Almighty would
13. Desire, longing, n^c^n teshuqah.
Gen. 3. 16 thy desire (shall be) to thy husband
4. 7 unto thee (shall be) his desire, and thou
Song 7. 10 I (am) my beloved s, and his desire (is)
14. Great or over desire, twiSvfda epithumia.
Luke 22. 15 With desire I have desired to
Phil. i. 23 having a desire to depart, and to be
1 Th. 2. 17 to see your face with great desire
15. Good pleasure, evSoKia eudokia.
Rom. 10. i my heart s desire and prayer to God for
16. Wish, will, willing, 6f\ij/j.a thelema.
Eph. 2. 3 fulfilling the desires of the flesh
DESIRE, earnest
Great desire, longing after, firnr66r)ffis epipothesis.
2 Co. 7. 7 when he told us your earnest desire
DESIRE, great
Great desire, longing after, firnroBia epipothia.
Rom 15. 23 having a great desire these many years
DESIRE, vehement
Great desire, tirur66-r}ffis epipothesis.
2 Co. 7. 1 1 yea, (what) vehement desire, yea, (what)
DESIRE, to
l.To desire, incline to, nix avah, 3.
1 Sa. 2. 16 and (then) take (as much) as thy soul de.
2 Sa. 3. 21 reign over all that thine heart desireth
i Ki. ii. 37 according to all that thy soul desireth
Job 23. 13 (what) his soul desireth, even (that) he
Psa.i32. 13 he hath desired (it) for his habitation
132. 14 here will I dwell ; for I have desired it
Prov2i. 10 The soul of the wicked desireth evil: his
Isa. 26. 9 With my soul have I desired thee in the
Mic. 7. i my soul desired the first ripe fruit
2. To desire for oneself, nix avah, 7.
Prov 13. 4 The soul of the sluggard desireth, and
23. 6 neither desire thou his dainty meats
24. i Be not thou envious, .neither desire to be
Eccl. 6. 2 wanteth nothing.. of all that he desireth
Jer. 17. 16 neither have I desired the woeful day
Amos 5. iS Woe unto you that desire the day of the
3. To say, T?N amar.
i Sa.,20. 4 Whatsoever thy soul desireth, I will even
Esth. 2. 13 whatsoever she desired was given her to
4.7V? enquire after, K^S, ^3 beah, bea.
Dan. 2. 1 6 desired of the king that he would give
2. 1 8 That they would desire mercies of the G.
2. 23 made known uuto me now what we desi.
5. To seek, require, vy} baqash, 3.
Exodio. ii serve the LORD ; for that ye did desire
6. To desire, have delight, icij chamad.
Kxod34. 24 neither shall any man desire thy land
Deut. 5. 21 Neither shalt thou desire thy neighbour .?
7. 25 thou shalt not desire the silver or golii
Job 20. 20 shall not save of that which he desired
Psa. 68. 16 (this is) the hill (which) God desireth to
Prov 12. 12 The wicked desireth the net of evil (men)
Isa. i. 29 ashamed of the oaks which ye. .desired
53. 2 (there is) no beauty that we should desire
7. To desire, have pleasure, f?n chopltcts.
Job 13. 3 Surely I would speak, .and I desire to
21. 14 we desire not the knowledge of thy ways
33. 32 If thou hast . . speak, for I desire to justify
Psa. 40. 6 Sacrifice and offering thou didst not des.
51. 6 Behold, thou desirest truth in the inward
51. 16 For thou desirest not sacrifice, else would
73. 25 none upon earth (that) I desire beside
Jer. 42. 22 in the place whither ye desire to go
Hos. 6. 6 For I desired mercy, and not sacrifice
8. Desiring, fsn chaphets.
Neh. i. ii thy servants, who desire to fear thy name
Psa. 34. 12 What man (is he that) desireth life, (and)
70. 2 let them be. .put to confusion, that desire
9. Desire, ] sn chephets.
i Sa. 18. 25 The king desireth not any dowry, but an
10. To cleave to, delight in, pyn chashaq.
1 Ki. 9. 19 which Solomon desired to build in Jeru.
2 Ch. 8. 6 all that Solomon desired to build in Jeru.
11.7*0 ask, Jtfy shaal.
Deut 14. 26 or for whatsoever thy soul desireth: and
18. 16 According to all that thou desirest of the
Judg. 8. 24 Gideon said . . I would desire a request of
i Sa. 12. 13 king whom ye have chosen, (and), .de.!
1 Ki. 2. 20 said, I desire one small petition of thee
2 Ki. 4. 28 she said, Did I desire a son of my lord ?
2 Ch. ii. 23 And he desired many wives
Psa. 27 4 One (thing) have I desired of the LORD
Eccl. 2. 10 whatsoever mine eyes desired I kept not
12. 7*o swallow up, pant after, ^xp shaaph.
Job 36. 20 Desire not the night, when people are
13. Tb lift up the soul, tppj y} 3, nasa nepfash,
Jer. 22. 27 to the land whereunto they desire to
14. 7*0 ask, alreea aiteo.
Matt2o. 20 worshipping (him), and desiring a certain
Mark 10. 35 do for us whatsoever we shall desire
11. 24 What things soever ye desire, when ye
15. 6 released, .prisoner, whomsoever they de.
15. 8 began to desire (him to do) as he had
Luke 23. 25 he released unto them, .whom they, .de
Acts 3. 14 desired a murderer to be granted unto
7. 46 desired to find a tabernacle for the God
9. 2 desired of him letters to Damascus to the
12. 20 desired peace; because their country was
13. 21 And afterward they desired a king: and
13. 28 yet desired they Pilate that he should be
25. 3 desired favour against him, that he would
25. 15 desiring (to have) judgment against him
Eph. 3. 13 I desire that ye faint not at my tribula.
Col. i. 9 to desire that ye might be filled with the
i Jo. 5.15 have the petitions that we desired of him
15. TV? think worthy, a<o a> axioo.
Acts 28. 22 desire to hear of thee what thou thinkest
16. To ask excessively, e{aiTe o> exaiteo.
Luke22. 31 Simon, behold, Satan hath desired, .you
17. To ask at or of, tTrtpwrdu eperotao.
Matt 16. i desired him that he would show them a
18. 7*o seek after, t-Kifrireu epizetco.
Acts 13. 7 and desired to hear the word of God
Phil. 4. 17 Not because I desire a gift: but I desire
19. To desire greatly, 4iridv/j.t<a epithumeo.
Matti3. 17 have desired to see (those things) which
Lukei6. 21 desiring to be fed with the crumbs which
17. 22 ye shall desire to see one of the days of
22. 15 I have desired to eat this passover with
i Ti. 3. i he desireth a good work
Heb. 6. ii we desire that every one of you do show
i Pe. i. 12 which things the angels desire to look
Rev. 9. 6 shall desire to die, and death shall flee
20. 7*0 desire greatly, Iirnro6t<a epipotheo.
i Pe. 2. 2 As new born babes, desire the sincere
21. 7*0 ask, desire, tptardoa erotao.
Luke 7. 36 one of the Pharisees desired him trial he
14. 32 he sendeth an ambassage, and desireth
John 12. 21 desired him, saying, Sir, we would see J.
Acts 16. 39 and desired (them) to depart out of the
18. 20 they desired (him) to tarry longer time
23. 20 The Jews have agreed to desire thee that
22. To be zealous of, ^TjXoo) zlloS.
i Co. 14. i Follow after charity, and desire spiritual
23. 7*0 seek, frria zeteo.
Matt 12. 46 his brethren stood without, desiring to
12. 47 thy brethren stand without, desiring to
Luke 9. 9 who is this . . And he desired to see him
24. 7b wish, will, Bf\<a thelo.
Mark 9. 35 If any man desire to be first, (the sama)
DESIRE 248 DESOLATION
T.uke 5. 39 having drunk old (wine) straightway de.
8. 20 thy brethren stand without, desiring t<>
10. 24 many prophets . . have desired to see those
20. 46 scribes, which desire to walk in long rob.
a Co. ii. 12 cut otf occasion from them \vhich desire
12. 6 For though I would desire to glory, I
Gal. 4. 9 whereunto ye desire again to be in bon. ?
4. 20 I desire to be present with you now, and
4. 21 Tell me, ye that desire to be under the
6. 12 As many as desire to make a fair show in
6. 13 but desire to have you circumcised, that
i Ti. i. 7 Desiring to be teachers of the law : und.
2o. To stretch the arms for, optyofj.a.1 oregomai.
i Ti. 3. i If a man desire the ollice of a bishop, he
Heb. ii. 16 But now they desii e a better (couiiiiy)
26.7V) call alongside of, irapaKaKfia parakaleo.
Matt 1 8. 32 I forgave thee all . . because thou desiredst
Acts 8. 31 he desired Piiilip that he would come up
9. 38 desiring (him) that he would not delay to
19. 31 desiring (him) that he would not advent.
28. 14 were desired to tarry with them seven d.
1 Co. 16. 12 I greatly desired him to come unto you
2 Co. 8. 6 Insomuch that we desired Titus, that as
12. 18 I desired Titus, and with (him) 1 sent
DESIRE earnestly or greatly, to
1.7V) desire for oneself, nix arah, 7.
Psa. 45. ii shall the King greatly desire thy beauty
2. To swallow up, pant after, rfiy shaaph.
Job 7. 2 a servant earnestly desireth the shadow
3. To desire greatly, limroBfta epipotheo.
2 Co. 5. 2 earnestly desiring to be clothed upon
1 Th. 3. 6 desiring greatly to see us, as we also (to
2 Ti. i. 4 Greatly desiring to see thee, being mind.
DESIRE to have, to
To be zealous of or for, (i)\6w zeloo.
Jas. 4. 2 kill, and desire to have.aud cannot obtain
DESIRE, to have a
1. To cleave to, delight in, ppn chashaq.
Deut 21. n and hast a desire unto her, that thou
2. To have desire, 109 kasaph.
Job 14. 15 thou wilt have a desire to the work of
3.7Y< lift up the soul, v$i K?) 3, nasa nephesh.
Jer. 44. 14 they have a desire to return to dwell
DESIRED
1. TV) be desired, fjpj Jcasaph, 2.
Zeph. 2 i yea, gather together, nation not desired
2. Desire, pleasure, J 5ri cfiephets.
Psa. 107. 30 bringeth them unto their desired haven
DESIRED, to be
1.7V) be desired, T?n chamad, 2.
Gen. 3. 6 and a tree to be desired to make (one)
Psa. 19. 10 More to be desired (are they) than gold
Prov 21. 20 (There is) treasure to be desired and oil
2. Desire, desirableness, n^pn chemdah.
2 Ch.2i. 20 departed without being desired : howbeit
3. Delight, plea-sure, fn chephets.
Prov. 8. 1 1 all the things that may be desired are
DESIRED, things
Devire, pleasure, j pn chephets.
Prov. 3. 15 all the things thou canst desire are not
S. 1 1 all the things that may be desired are uot
DESIRES
Desires, longings, D%
1N<? tnaamyyim.
Psa. 140. 8 Grant not, O LORD, the desires of the wic.
DESIROUS, to be
l.TVj show self desirous, nix avah, 1.
Prov 23. 3 Be not desirous of his dainties ; for they
2. To wish, <FA.O> theld.
Luke23. 8 for he was desirous to see him of a long
John 16. 19 Jesus knew that they were desirous to ask
2 Co. ii. 32 the governor . . kept the city .. desirous to
DESIROUS of, to be affectionately
To send one s love after, ifielpo/tai hiineiromai.
i Th. 2. 8 So [being affectionately desirous of] you
DESIROUS of vain glory
Vain glorious, Ktv6$oos kenodoxos.
Gal. 5. 26 Let us not be desirous of vain glory, prov.
DESOLATE, most
A waste and a waste, npp:^ ncpp [shimamah].
Eze. 35. 7 Thus will I make mount Seir most des.
DESOLATE
1. Alone, separate, TJ^ Itadad.
Isa. 27. 10 Yet the defenced city (shall be) desolate
2. Desolations, ninj battoth.
Isa. 7. 19 shall rest all of them in the desolate
Z.Silent, gloomy, ticfa galmud.
Job 15. 34 For the congregation .. (shall be)desolate
Isa. 49. 21 I have lost my children, and am di^] : itr
4. To be dry, waste, 3in chareb, 2.
Eze. 26. 19 When I shall make thee a desolate city
30. 7 midst of the countries (that are) dMOlatfl
5. Dry, waste, 3i.n chareb.
Jer. 33. 10 which ye say (shall be) desolate without
33. 12 which is desolate without man and with.
6. Dryness, waste, njnij chorbaJi.
Jer. 7. 34 Then . . for the land shall be desolate
Eze. 25. 13 and I will make it desolate from Teman
7. Only, lonely, singly, TIT yachid.
Psa. 25. 16 have mercy upon me; for I (am) desolate
8. To be cut off, hidden, inj kachad, 2.
Job 15. 28 he dwelleth in desolate cities, (and) in
9. Desolation, astonishment, waste,n"2vy meshammah.
Isa. 15. 6 the waters of Nimrim shall be desolate
Jer. 48. 34 waters also of Nimriirr shall be desolate
Eze. 6. 14 more desolate than the wilderness toward
10. Wasting, desolation, nxir shoah.
Job 30. 3 the wilderness in former time desolate
38. 27 To satisfy the desolate and waste (ground)
11. Desolation, astonishment, waste, Ttfj thammaJi.
Isa. 5. 9 many houses shall be desolate, (even)
13. 9 and tierce anger, to lay the land desolate
Jer. 4. 7 from his place to make thy land desolate
18. 10 make their land desolate, (and) a perpet.
19. 8 make this city desolate, and an hissing
25. 38 their land is desolate because of the
48. 9 for the cities thereof shall be desolate
50. 3 which shall make her land desolate, and
Hos. 5. 9 Kphraim shall be desolate in the day of
Zech. 7. 14 for they laid the pleasant land desolate
12.7V) be desolate, ccy sha/nem.
2 Sa. 13. 20 Tamar remained desolate in her brother
Isa. 49. 8 cause to inherit the desolate heritages
54. i more (are) the children of the desolate
Lam. i. 4 her gates are desolate : her priests sigh
i. 13 he hath made me desolate (and) faint all
i. 16 my children are desolate, because the
3. ii He hath turned, .he hath made me desol.
Eze. 36. 4 to the desolate wastes, and to the cities
Dan. 9. 27 that, .shall be poured upon the desolate
13. To be or become desolate, csy shamem, 2.
Psa. 69. 25 Let their habitation be desolate ; (and) let
Isa. 54. 3 make the desolate cities to be inhabited
Jer. 33. 10 streets of Jerusalem, that are desolate
Eze. 29. 12 midst of the countries (that are) desolate
30. 7 the midst of the countries (that arc) des.
36. 34 the desolate land shall be tilled, whereas
36. 35 This land that was desolate is become
36. 35 the waste and desolate and ruined cities
14. Desolate, cpy> shamem.
Jer. 12. ii (and being) desolate it mourneth unto
Dan. 9. 17 shine upon thy sanctuary that is desolate
15. Desolation, no~V shemamah.
Kxod23. 29 lest the laud become desolate, and the
Lev. 26. 33 your land shall be desolate, and your
Isa. i. 7 Your country (is) desolate, your
1. 7 (it is) desolate, as overthrown by strangers
6. ii and the land be utterly desolate 6^. 4.
Jer. 4. 27 The whole land shall be desolate ; yet
6. 8 lest I make thee desolate, a land not
q. 1 1 I will make the cities of Judah desolate
10. 22 to make the cities of Judah desolate, (and)
12. 10 my pleasant portion a desolate wilderness
12. 1 1 They have made it desolate, (and being) d.
32. 43 (It is) desolate without man or beast
44. 6 they are wasted (and) desolate, as at this
49. 2 and it shall be a desolate heap, and her
50. 13 but it shall be wholly desolate; every one
51. 26 thou slialt be desolate for ever, saiththe
51. 62 but that it shall be desolate for ever
Eze. 6. 14 and make the land desolate; yea, more
12. 20 laid waste, and the land shall be desolate
14. 15 they spoil it, so that it be desolate, that
14. 16 but the laud shall be desolate
15. 81 will make the land desolate, because
29. 9 land of Egypt shall be desolate and waste
29. 10 make the laud of Egypt, .waste (and) des.
29. 12 I will make the land of Egypt desolate
29. 12 the cities, .laid waste shall be desolate
32. 15 I shall make the land of Egypt desolate
33. 28 I will lay the land most desolate, and the
33. 29 when I have laid the land most desolate
35. 3 I will make thee most desolate
35. 4 lay thy cities waste, and thou shalt be d.
35. 7 Thus will I make mount Seir most des.
35. 14 saith the Lord. .1 will make thee desolate
35. 15 thou shalt be desolate, O mount Seir
36. 34 whereas it lay desolate in the sight of all
Joel 2. 3 behind them a desolate wilderness
2. 20 will drive him into a land .. desolate
3. 19 Edom shall be a desolate wilderness
Mic. i. 7 all the idols thereof will I lay desolate
7. 13 Notwithstanding the land shall be des.
16. Deserted, ^prjaos eremos.
Matt 23. 38 your house is left unto you [desolate]
Luke 1 3. 35 your house is left unto you [desolate]
Acts i. 20 Let his habitation be desolate, and let no
Gal. 4. 27 the desolate hath many more children
1 7. To make a desert, tpij/j.6ia crcmoO.
Rev. 17. 16 shall make her desolate and naked
18.7V) leave alone, ftovow monoS.
i TI. 5. 5 Now she that is a widow.. and desolate
DESOLATE, to be
1. To be or become desolate, DC>x ashen.
Psa. 34. 21 that hate the righteous shall be desolate
34. 22 none, .that trust in him shall be desolate
Isa. 24. 6 they that dwell therein are desolate : ther.
2. To be or becotne dried up, wasted, 3in chareb.
Jer. 2. 12 and be horribly afraid, be ye very deso.
26. 9 city shall be desolate without an inhabit, t
3. To be burned, ny; yatsath, 2.
Jer. 46. 19 Noph shall be waste and desolate witho
4. 7 o be desolate, cp*; yasham.
Gen. 47. 19 give (us) seed, .that the land be not des.
Eze. 6. 6 the high places shall be desolate
12. 19 her laud may be desolate from all
19. 7 the land was desolate, and the fulness
5. To be empty, free, acquitted, njjj naqah, 2.
Isa. 3. 26 and she, (being) desolate, shall sit upon
6. To be wasted, desolate, nx? shao.h, 2.
Isa. 6. ii atid the land be utterly desolate
7. To be desolate, cpy shamem.
Psa. 40. 15 Let them be desolate for a reward
Lam. 5. 18 the mountain of Zion, which is desolate
Eze. 33. 28 the mountains... shall be desolate
35. 15 Israel, because it was desolate
8. To be or become desolate, ccy shamem, 2.
Lev. 26. 22 your (high) ways shall be desolate
Lam. 4. 5 They that did feed, .are desolate in the
Eze. 6. 4 And your altars shall be desolate
25. 3 the land of Israel, when it was desolate
30. 7 they shall be desolate in the midst
36. 36 (and) plant that that was desolate
Amos 7. 9 And the high places . . shall be desolate
Zeph. 3. 6 I have cut . . their towers are desolate
Zech. 7. 14 the land was desolate after them
9. To feel self desolate, D0(p shamem, 7.
Psa. 143. 4 my heart within me is desolate
DESOLATE, to become
To be or become desolate, CPX ashem.
Hos. 13. 16 Samaria shall become desolate ; for she
DESOLATE houses
Forsaken habitations,
r^9? almanoth.
Isa. 13. 22 shall cry in their desolate- houses
DESOLATE, to be laid
l.JjC desolate, [V.L. nppsp], cp^ shamem.
Eze. 35. 12 They are laid desolate, they are given
2.7V) be or become desolate, cpf shamtm, 2.
Joel 1.17 The seed, .the garners are laid desolate
DESOLATE, to lie
To be made desolate, cpy; shamem, 6.
Lev. 26. 34 as long as it lieth desolate, aud ye (be) in
26. 35 As long as it lieth desolate it shall
36. 43 while she lieth desolate without them
2 Ch-36. 21 as long as she lay desolate she kept sab.
DESOLATE, to be made
1.7*0 be desolate, Dx ashem.
Eze. 6. 6 that your altars may be.. made desolate
2.7*0 be or become desolate, DffN ashem, 2.
Joel i. 18 the flocks of sheep are made desolate
3.7*0 be or become desolate, CCy; shamem, 2.
Jer. 12. ii the whole land is made desolate
DESOLATE, to make
1.7V) desolate, cpy; shamem.
Eze. 36. 3 Because they have made (you) desolate
Dan. 12. ii abomination that maketh desolate
2. To desolate, cpy* shamem, 3.
Dan. 9. 27 he shall make (it) desolate, even until
ii. 31 they shall place, .that maketh desolate
3. 7*o make desolate, Dpy shamem, 5.
Job 16. 7 thou hast made desolate all my company
Jer. 10. 25 and have made his habitation desolate
49. 20 he shall make their habitations desolate
50. 45 he shall make (their) habitation desolate
Eze. 20. 26 that I might make them desolate
30. 14 And I will make Pathros desolate
4. 7*o leave desolate, tpr)/j.ou erfmod.
Rev. 18. 19 for in one hour is she made desolate
DESOLATE, making
To make desolate, CD? shamem, [>.
Mic. 6. 13 in making (thee) desolate because of thy
DESOLATE palaces
Forsaken habitations, ri:p^N almanoth.
Eze 19. 7 And he knew their desolate palaces
DESOLATE place
\.Desolate places, D^Dipx ashmannim.
Isa. 59. 10 (we are) in desolate places as dead (men)
2. Dry or waste place, n;-in chorbaJi.
Job 3. 14 which built desolate places for themselves
Psa. 109. 10 bread) also out of their desolate places
Eze. 26. 20 in places desolate of old, with them that
38. 12 turn thine hand upon t ne desolate places
Mai. i. 4 will return and build the desolate places
3. To be desolate, cpy shamem,
Isa. 49. 19 thy waste and thy desolate places, and
DESOLATION
1. Drought, dry, waste place, 3yt choreb.
Zeph. 2. 14 desolation (shall be) in the thresholds
2. Drought, dry or waste place, n^nn chorbah.
Ezra 9. 9 to repair the desolations thereof, and to
Jer. 22. 5 that this house shall become a desolation
25. 9 and an hissing, and perpetual desolations
DESOLATION 1249 DESTROY
Jer. 25. ii this whole land shall be a desolation
25. 18 (To wit), .to make them a desolation, an
44. 2 this day they (are} a desolation, and
44. 22 therefore is your land a desolation, and
Dan. 9. 2 seventy years in tiie desolations of
3. Desolation, waste, nKitro mcshoah.
Zeph. 1. 15 a day of wasteness and desolation, a day
4. Desolation.1
!, wastes, nw&v? mashshuoth.
Psa. 74. 3 thy feet unto the perpetual desolations
5. As No. 8 [v.L. mxy shaavah],
1 rov. i. 27 When your fear cometh as desolation
Desolation, wasting, nxa> sheth.
Lam. 3. 47 Fear, .is come upon us, desolation and
7 .Destruction, spoiling, i\y shod.
Isa. 51. 19 These two (things) are come . .desolation
Hos. 12. i he daily increaseth lies and desolation
8. Desolation, wasting, nvnv sfwah.
Job 30. 14 in the desolation they rolled themselves
Prov. 3. 25 neither of the desolation of the wicked
Isa. 10. 3 the desolation (which) shall come from
47. ii desolation shall come upon thee suddenly
9. Desolation, n jy shammah.
2 Ki. 22. 19 that they should become a desolation
2 Ch. 30. 7 therefore gave them up to desolation
Psa. 46. 8 what desolations he hath made in the
73. 19 How are they (brought) into desolation
Isa. 24. 12 In the city is left desolation, and the
Jer. 49. 13 Bozrah shall become a desolation
49. 17 Edom shall be a desolation : every one
50. 23 how is Babylon become a desolation
51. 29 to make the land of Babylon a desolation
51. 43 Her cities are a desolation, a dry land
Mic. 6. 16 that I should make thee a desolation
Zeph. 2. 15 how is she become a desolation, a place
10. To be desolate, Dp:/ shamem.
Isa. 61. 4 they shall raise up the former desolations
61. 4 the desolations of many generations
Dan. 8. 13 and the transgression of desolation
Q. 18 behold our desolations, and the city
9. 26 end of the war desolations are determined
i 1 . Desolation, nszy shemamah.
Josh 8 28 made it an heap . . (even) a desolation
Itsa. 17. 9 and there shall be desolation
64. ic is a wilderness, Jerusalem a desolation
Jer. 25. 12 and will make it perpetual desolations
34 22 make the cities of Judah a desolation
49 33 a dwelling for dragons, (and) a desolation
Eze. 7. 27 prince shall be clothed with desolation
23. 33 the cup of astonishment and desolation
Joel :j. 19 Egypt shall be a desolation, and Edom
2eph. i, 13 and their houses a desolation : they shall
2. 4 be forsaken, and Ashkelon a desolation
2. 9 and saltpits, and a perpetual desolation
2. 13 will make Nineveh a desolation, (and) dry
12. Desolation, tvysp? shimamah.
Eze. 35. 9 I will make thee a perpetual desolation
13. ,4 making desolate or desert, tp-fi/j.ucris eremosis.
Matt 24. 15 shall see the abomination of desolation
Marki3. 14 shall see the abomination of desolation
Luke2i. 20 know that the desolation thereof is nigh
DESOLATION, to bring into
1.7*0 make desolate, ccy shamem, 5.
Lev. 26. 31 bring your sanctuaries unto desolation
26. 32 And I will bring the land into desolation
2. To make a desert, tprj/j.du>
eremoo.
Matti2. 25 against itself is brought to desolation
Luken. 17 against itself is brought to desolation
DESPAIR, to
1 . To despair, E>N; yaash, 2.
1 Sa. 27. i Saul shall despair of me, to seek me any
2. To have no outlet whatever, eairopeo/uaj exapor.
2 Co. i. 8 insomuch that we despaired even of life
DESPAIR, to be in
To have no outlet whatever, 3airopfo/j.at exaporeo.
2 Co. 4. 8 (we are) perplexed, but not in despair
DESPAIR, to cause to
To cause to despair, iffifi yaash, 3.
Eccl. 2. 20 went about to cause my heart to despair
DESPERATE
To be or become sickly, B>JX anash.
Isa. 1 7. 1 1 the day of grief and of desperate sorrow
DESPERATE, one that is
To be despairing, t?N; yaash, 2.
Job 6. 26 and the speeches of one that is desperate
DESPERATELY wicked
To be sick, O}K anash.
Jer. 17. 9 above all (things), and desperately wicked
DESPISE, to
1.7*0 despise, contemn, tread on, MS buz.
Prov. i. 7 (but) fools despise wisdom and instruction
6. 30 (MenJ do not despise a thief, if he steal
ii. 12 He that is void of wisdom despiseth his
13. 13 Whoso despiseth the word shall be dest.
34. 21 He that despiseth his neighbour sinneth
23. 9 he will despise the wisdom of thy words
23. 22 despise not thy mother when she is old
30. 17 and despiseth to obey (his) mother
Song 8. i yea, I should not be despised
Zech. 4. 10 who hath despised the day of small
2. To despise, contemn, njj bazah.
(Jen. 25. 34 thus Ksau despised (his) birthright
Numis. 31 he hath despised the word of the LORD
1 Sa. 2. 30 they that despise me shall be lightly
10. 27 they despised him, and brought
2 Sa. 6. 16 and she despised him in her heart
12. 9 Wherefore hast thou despised the com.
12. 10 thou hast despised me, and hast taken
2 Ki.ig. 21 the daughter of Zion, hath despised thee
1 Ch.is. 29 and she despised him in her heart
2 Ch.36. 16 despised his words, and misused his
Neh. 2. 19 they laughed us to scorn, and despised
Fsa. 22. 24 he hath not despised nor abhorred the
51. 17 contrite heart, God, thou wilt not des.
09. 33 and despiseth not his prisoners
73. 20 when thou awakest, thou shalt despise
102. 17 He will regard . .and not despise their
Frov. 14. 2 (he that is) perverse in his ways despiseth
15. 20 but a foolish man despiseth his mother
19. 16 (but) he that despiseth his ways shall die
Isa. 37. 22 the daughter of /ion, hath despised thee
Eze. 16. 59 which hast despised the oath in breaking
17. 1 6 whose oath he despised, and whose cov.
17. 18 he despised the oath by breaking the
17. 19 surely mine oath that he hath despised
22. 8 Thou hast despised mine holy things, and
Mai. i. 6 unto you, O priests, that despise my name
i. 6 Wherein have we despised thy name ?
3.7*0 despise, render contemptible,? bazah, 5.
Esth. i. 17 they shall despise their husbands in their
4. Despised one, fiiybazoh.
Isa. 49. 7 to him whom man despiseth, to him
5. To lightly esteem, SIT zul, 5.
Lam. i . 8 all that honoured her despise her, because
6.7*0 loathe, despise, reject, CNC maas.
Lev. 26. 15 if ye shall despise my statutes, or if
26. 43 even because they despised my judgments
Xumn. 20 ye have despised the LOUD which (is)
14. 31 shall know the land which ye have desp.
Judg. 9. 38 this the people that thou hast despised ?
Job 5. 17 despise not thou the chastening of the
9. 21 (Though) I (were) perfect.. I would despise
10. 3 that thou shouldest despise the work of
19. 18 young children despised me ; I arose
31. 13 If I did despise the cause of my man serv.
36. 5 Behold, God (is) mighty, and despiseth not
Psa. 53. 5 to shame, because God hath despised
1 06. 24 Yea, they despised the pleasant land
Prov. 3. ii despise not the chastening of the LORD
15. 32 He that refuseth instruction despiseth
Isa. 30. 12 Because ye despise this word, and trust
33. 8 he hath despised the cities, he regardeth
33. 15 he that despiseth the gain of oppressions
Jer. 4. 30 (thy) lovsrs will despise thee, they will
Eze. 20. 13 they despised my judgments, which (if)
20. 16 they despised my judgments, and walked
20 24 despised my statutes, and had polluted
Amos 2. 4 they have despised the law of the LORD
5. 21 I despise your feast days, and I will not
7. 7*o despise, J>NI
naats.
Prov. i. 30 they despised all my reproof
5. 12 and my heart despised reproof
15. 5 A fool despiseth his father s instruction
Jer. 33. 24 they have despised my people, that they
Lam. 2. 6 hath despised in the indignation of his
8. To despise, \ M naats, 3.
Isa. 5. 24 despised the word of the Holy One of Is.
60. 14 they that despised thee shall bow thems.
9. 7*o lightly esteem, ^ qalal, 5.
2 Sa. 19. 43 why then did ye despise us, that our
10. To despise, tread, push away, BIB shut.
Eze. 16. 57 daughters of the Philistines, which desp.
28. 24 all (that are) round about, .that despised
28. 26 those that despise them round about
11. 7*o put aside, adfrea) atheteo.
Lukeio. 16 and he that despiseth you despiseth me
10. 16 he that despiseth me despiseth him that
i Th. 4. 8 He therefore that despiseth, despiseth
Heb. 10. 28 He that despised Moses law died without
Jude 8 despise dominion, and speak evil of
12.7*0 dishonour, ariftdfa atimazo.
Jas. 2. 6 But ye have despised the poor
13.7*0 think nothing of, set at nought, QovQfVfu.
LukeiS. 9 they were righteous, and despised others
Rom 14. 3 Let not him that eateth despise him that
i Co. i. 28 things which are despised, hath God
16. ii Let no man therefore despise him
Gal. 4. 14 temptation, .in my flesh ye despised not
i Th. 5. 20 Despise not prophesyings
14.7(> think down upon, KaTCHppovtw kataphroncij.
Matt. 6. 24 hold to the one, and despise the other
1 8. 10 Take heed that ye despise not one of these
Lukei6. 13 hold to the one, and despise the other
Rom. 2. 4 despisest thou the riches of his goodness
i Co. ii. 22 despise ye the church of God, and shame
1 Ti. 4. 12 Let no man despise thy youth; but be
6. 2 let them not despise (them), because they
Heb. 12. 2 endured the cross, despising the shame
2 Pe. 2. 10 walk after the flesh . .and despise govern.
15.7*0 be reckoned for nothing, \oyifrnai tls ovSfv.
Acts 19. 27 the temple of.. Diana should be despised
16.7*0 care little for, o\iytt>ptu oligoreo.
Heb. 12. 5 despise not thou the chastening of the I.o.
17.7*0 think around, despise, irtpifypovtu periphro.
Titus 2. 15 Let no man despise thee
DESPISED
I. Despised thing, na bus.
Job 12. 5 (is as) a lamp despised in the thought
Provi 2. 8 he. .a perverse heart shall be despised
2. Despised thing, nna buzah.
Xeh. 4. 4 Hear, our God ; for we are despised : and
3. Dishonoured, lacJdng honour, &TJ/*OS atimos.
1 Co. 4. 10 ye (are) honourable but we (are) despised
DESPISED, to be
I. To be despised, nip bazah, 2.
*Psa. 22. 6 reproach of men, and despised ot the
119. 141 I (am) small and despised ; (yet) do not I
*Eccl. 9. 16 the poor man s wisdom (is) despised, and
Isa. 53. 3 He is despised and rejected of men ; a
53. 3 he was despised, and we esteemed him
Jer. 22. 28 (Is) this man Coniah a despised broken
*49- 15 lo, I will make thee. .despised among
0bad. 2 thou art greatly despised * Pass. part, of bazah 1.
2.7*< be or become light, rfyd qalah, 2.
Prov 12. 9 (He that is) despised, and hath a servant
3. To be or become light, SVp qalal.
Gen. 16. 4 her mistress was despised in her eyes
16. 5 when, .she had conceived, I was despised
DESPISER
One who thinks doicn upon(anothcr], Karasppoujr^s.
Acts 13. 41 Behold, ye despisers, and wonder, and
DESPISER of those that are good
Not friendly to the good, a<pi\tiyadoi ajthilagaUias.
2 Ti. 3. 3 fierce, despisers of those that are good
DESPITE
Despite, wy sheat.
Eze. 25. e rejoiced in heart with all thy despite
DESPITE unto, to do
To use despltcfully, tvvfipifc enubrizo.
Heb. 10. 29 done despite unto the Spirit of grace :
DESPITEFUL
1. Despite, EN;? sheat.
Lze. 25. 15 taken vengeance with a despiteful heart
36. 5 with despiteful minds, to cast it out for
2. Despiteful, vfipiffT-lis hubrisles.
Horn. i. 30 despiteful, proud, boasters, inventors of
DESPirEFTJLLY, to use
1.7*0 use spitefully, tirripfdfa epereazo.
Matt. 5. 44 [pray for them which despitefully use]
Luke 6. 28 pray for them which despitefully use you
2. 7*o use despitefully, vfipifa hubrizo.
Acts 14. 5 to use (them) despitefully, and to stone
DESTITUTE
I. Lacking, icn chaser.
Prov 15. 21 joy to (him that is) destitute of wisdom
2. Xaked, destitute, "iy~iy arar.
Psa. 102. 17 will regard the prayer of the destitute
3. 7*o deprive of, airocpreptai apostereo.
1 Ti. 6. 5 corrupt minds, and destitute of the truth
4. To leave, lack, \fiir<a leipo.
Jas. 2. 15 be naked, and destitute of daily food
DESTITUTE, to be
1. 7*o be or become desolate, DDy shamem, 2.
Eze. 32. 15 the country shall be destitute of that
2. 7*o be last, behind, vcrrfpeca hustered.
Heb. ii. 37 being destitute, afflicted, tormented
DESTITUTE, to leave
1. To forsake, Ifare, 3$ azab.
Gen. 24. 27 who hath not left destitute my master
2. To make naked, expose, mji arah, 3.
Psa. 141. 8 leave not my soul destitute
DESTROY, to
1.7*0 destroy, I;N abad, 3.
Deut ii. 4 (how) the LORD had destroyed them
12. 2 Ye shall utterly destroy all the places
12. 3 destroy the names of them out of that
Xum.33. 52 destroy all their pictures, and destroy
2 Ki. ii. i arose and destroyed all the seed royal
13. 7 for the king of Syria had destroyed them
19. 18 therefore they have destroyed them
21. 3 which Hezekiah his father had destroyed
Esth 4. 7 the money . . for the Jews, to destroy them
8. 5 which he wrote to destroy the Jews
Q. 6 Jews slew and destroyed five hundred
a. 12 have slain and destroyed five hundred
9. 24 devised against the Jews to destroy
9. 24 to consume them, and to destroy them
Job 12. 23 increaseth the nations, and destroyeth
Psa. 5. 6 Thou shalt destroy them that speak
9. 5 thou hast destroyed the wicked, thou
21. 10 Their fruit shalt thou destroy from the
119. 95 wicked have waited forme to destroy me
Prov. i. 32 prosperity of fools shall destroy them
Eccl. 7. 7 and a gift destroyeth the heart
o. 18 but one sinner destroyeth much good
Isa. 37. 19 therefore they have destroyed them
Jer. 12. 17 utterly pluck up and destroy that nation
15. 7 I will bereave. .1 will destroy my people
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DESTROY
Jer. 23. i Woe be unto the pastors that destroy
51. 55 and destroyed out of her the great voice
Lam. 2. 9 he hath destroyed and broken her bars
Eze. 6. 3 and I will destroy your high places
22 27 to shed blood, (and) to destroy souls
28. 16 I will destroy thee, O covering cherub
Zeph. 2. 13 stretch out his hand . .and destroy Assyr.
2.7V destroy, ijx abad, 5.
Lev. 23. 30 the same soul will I destroy from among
Num24. 9 destroy him that remaineth of the city
Deut. 7 10 repayeth them that hate, .to destroy
7. 24 shalt destroy their name from under
9. 3 drive them out, and destroy them quickly
28. 51 until he have destroyed thee
28. 63 LORD will rejoice over you to destroy you
Josh. 7. 7 the hand of the Amorites, to destroy us?
2 Ki.io. 19 he might destroy the worshippers of B.
24. 2 sent them against Judah to destroy it
Job 14. 19 and thou destroyest the hope of man
Psa. 143. 12 and destroy all them that afflict my soul
Jer. i. 10 root out, and to pull down, and to destroy
18. 7 and to pull down, and to destroy (it)
31. 28 to throw down, and to destroy, and to
46. 8 will destroy the city and the inhabitants
49. 38 will destroy from thence the king and
Eze. 25. 16 and destroy the remnant of the sea coast
30. 13 I will also destroy the idols, and I will
32. 13 I will destroy also all the beasts thereof
Obad. 8 destroy the wise (men) out of Edom, and
Mic. 5. 10 and I will destroy thy chariots
Zeph. 2. 5 I will even destroy thee, that there shall
3. To destroy, "i;g abad, 5.
Dan. 2. 12 commanded to destroy all the wise (men)
2. 24 ordained to destroy the wise (men) of B.
2. 24 Destroy not the wise (men) of Babylon
7. 2fi consume and to destroy (it) unto the end
4. To gather, rptf asaph.
1 Sa. 15. 6 Go, depart, .lest I destroy you with them
5. To make or declare guilty or desolate, CtfN ashem ~>.
Psa. 5. 10 Destroy thou them, O God : let them fall
6. To swallow up, yS? bala, 3.
Job 2. 3 movedst me . . to destroy him without
8. 18 If he destroy him from his place, then (it)
10. 8 have made me . . yet thou dost destroy me
Psa. 55. 9 Destroy, O LORD, (and) divide their tongu.
Isa. "3. 12 and destroy the way of thy paths
19. 3 and I will destroy the counsel thereof
25. 7 will destroy in this mountain the face
Lam. 2. 8 not withdrawn his hand from destroying
7. To catch, draw, dray, T!J garar.
Prov 21. 7 robbery of the wicked shall destroy them
8. To speafc, 15? dabai\ 3 (error in Heb. text).
2 Ch. 22. 10 arose and destroyed all the seed royal of
9. To bruise, K;~ daka, ".
Job 6. 9 that it would please God to destroy me
10. To cut off, n?i darnah.
Hos. 4. "5 and I will destroy thy mother
II. To move, destroy, cvi hum.
Deut. 7. 23 shall destroy them with a mighty destru.
12. To moie, trouble, crush, 0217 hamam.
Lxod23. 27 will destroy all the people to whom thou
Deut 2. 15 to destroy them from among the host
T sa 144. 6 shoot out thine arrows, and destroy them
13. To Jail, ryi harag.
Psa. 78. 47 He destroyed their vines with hail, and
14. To break or throto down, Din haras.
1 Ch. 20. i And Joab smote Kabbah, and destroyed
Psa 28. 5 shall destroy them, and not build them
Isa. 14. 17 and destroyed the cities thereof
15.7V) destroy, net irickedly, corrupt, Sjn chabal, 3.
Eccl. 5. 6 and destroy the work of thine hands
Isa. 13. 5 They come, to destroy the whole land
32. 7 he deviseth wicked devices to destroy the
54. 16 and I have created the waster to destroy
Mic. 2. 10 it shall destroy (you), even with a sore
16. To destroy, act wickedly, corrupt, S;n chabal, 3.
Ezra 6. 12 to destroy this house of God which (is) at
Dan. 4. 23 saying, Hew the tree down, and destroy
17. To make dry, or waste, 3in chareb, 5.
2 Ki. 19. 17 the kings of Assyria have destroyed the
18. To oppress, break, thrust out, nj; yanah.
Psa. 74. 8 They said . :Let us destroy them together
19. TV* dispossess, take as possession, en; yarash, 5.
Exodi,. 9 draw my sword, my hand shall destroy
20. To finish, consume, n^ kalah, 3.
Job 9. 22 He destroyeth the perfect and the wicked
21. Tii cut off or down, rnj karath.
i Ki. 15. 13 Asa destroyed her idol, and burnt (it) by
22. To cut off or down, rn^ karath, 6.
Exod 8. 9 to destroy the frogs from thee and thy
Lev. 26. 22 destroy your cattle, and make you few in
Judg. 4. 24 they had destroyed Jabin king of Canaan
23. To beat down or out, nnj kathath, 5.
Deut. i. 44 destroyed you in Seir, (even) unto Hor.
24. To cast down, n?p megar, 3.
Ezra 6. 12 destroy all kings and people that shall
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25. To cut off, SD mul, 5.
Psa.nS. 10, ii, i2thenarneof the Lor.D I will destroy
26. To put to death, mo muth, 5.
a Sa. so. 19 thou seekeat to destroy a city and a mot.
27.7*0 blot out, wipe away, nnn machab.
Gen. 6. 7 I will destroy man whom I have created
7. 4 will I destroy from off the face of the
28. To (cause to) blot out or wipe away, nniy macluili*
Prov 31. 3 thy ways to that which destroyeth kings
29. Destroying, corrupting, rrn^c mashchith.
Exod 12. 13 plague shall not be upon you to destroy
2 Ch. 20. 23 every one helped to destroy another
Eze. 21. 31 hand of brutish men, ("and) skilful to de.
25. 15 to destroy (it) for the old hatred
30.7*0 pull down or away, np; nasach.
Prov 15. 25 LORD will destroy the house of the proud
31. To. go or set round, compass, *]j3j naqaph, 3.
Job 19. 26 after my skin (worms) destroy this (body)
32.7*0 blow, destroy, make desolate, oy) nasham.
Isa. 42. 14 I will destroy and devour at once
33.7*0 break down, JTI}
nathats.
Exod34. 13 ye shall destroy their altars, break their
Deut. 7. 5 ye shall destroy their altars, and break
Job 19. 10 He hath destroyed me on every side, and
Psa. 52. 5 God shall likewise destroy thee for evei
Eze. 26. 12 and destroy thy pleasant houses
34. To pluck up, irnj nathash.
Psa. 9. 6 and thou hast destroyed cities
35. To end, consume, .199 saphah.
Gen. 18. 23 Wilt thou also destroy the righteous with
18. 24 wilt thou also destroy and not spare the
Psa. 40. 14 that seek after my soul to destroy it
36.7*0 hide, destroy, nnp sethar.
Ezra 5.12 who destroyed this house, and carried the
37.7*0 cut off, destroy, nsy tsamath, 5.
2 Sa. 22. 41 that I might destroy them that hate me
Psa. 1 8. 40 that I might destroy them that hate me
69. 4 they that would destroy me, (being)
73. 27 thou hast destroyed all them that go a
101. 8 early destroy all the wicked of the land
38. 7*o dig, dig down, destroy, -up qur, 3or.
Num 24. 17 and destroy all foe children of Sheth
39. 7*o break, shiver, destroy, 13^ shabar.
Jer. 17. 18 and destroy them with double destruction
Dan. ii. 26 they that feed, .shall destroy him
40.7*0 destroy, spoil, "ny shadad.
Prov ii. 3 perverseness of transgressors shall dest.
\\.Wasting, desolation, nxis? shoah.
Psa 63. 9 But those (that) seek my soul, to destroy
42.7*0 mar, corrupt, destroy, rtny shachath. 3.
Gen. 6. 17 to destroy all flesh, wherein (is) the brea.
9. ii shall there any more be a flood to destroy
9. 15 shall no more become a flood to destroy
13. 10 before the LORD destroyed Sodom and
19. 13 and the LORD hath sent us to destroy it
19. 29 God destroyed the cities of the plain
Num 32. 15 and ye shall destroy all this people
Josh 22. 33 to destroy the land wherein the children
Judg. 6. 5 they entered into the land to destroy it
1 Sa. 23. 10 to come to Keilah, to destroy the city
2 Sa. i. 14 thine hand to destroy the LORD S anoin.
14. n revengers of blood to destroy any more
24. 16 his hand upon Jerusalem to destroy it
2Ki. 19. 12 them which my fathers have destroyed
Isa. 14. 20 thou hast destroyed thy land, (and) slain
Jer. 5. 10 Go ye up upon her walls, and destroy
12. 10 Many pastors have destroyed my vineya.
48. 18 he shall destroy thy strong holds
Lam. 2. 5 he hath destroyed his strong holds, anJ
2. 6 hath destroyed his places of the assembly
Eze. 5. 16 (and) which I will send to destroy you
20. 17 mine eye spared them from destroying
22. 30 for the land, that I should not destroy it
26. 4 they shall destroy the walls of Tyrus
30. ii shall be brought to destroy the land
43. 3 that I saw when I came to destroy the c.
Hos. ii. 9 I will not return to destroy Ephraim
43.7*0 mar, corrupt, destroy, nry shachath. 5.
Gen. 6. 13 behold, I will destroy them with the earth
:8. 28 wilt thou destroy all the city for (lack of)
1 8. 28 I find, .forty and five, I will not destroy
:8. 31 I will not destroy (it) for twenty s sake
:8. 32 I will not destroy (it) for ten s sake
19. 13 For we will destroy this place
19. 14 for the LORD will destroy this city
Exodi2. 23 will not suffer the destroyer to come in
Deut. 4. 31 will not forsake thee, neither destroy
9. 26 destroy not thy people and thine inher.
10. 10 the LORD would not destroy thee
20. 19 thou shalt not destroy the trees thereof
20. 20 thou shalt destroy and cut them down
Judg. 6. 4 destroyed the increase of the earth, till
20. 21, 25 and destroyed down to the ground of
20. 35 the children of Israel destroyed of the
20. 42 they destroyed in the midst of them
1 Sa. 26. 9 Destroy him not : for who can stretch
26. 15 there came one of the people in to destroy
2 Sa. it. i they destroyed the children of Ammon
20. 20 tint I snould swallow up or destroy
24. 16 aaiil to the angel that dettroyed the
DESTROY
2 Hi 8. 19 the LORI> would not destroy Judah for D-
13. 23 and would not destroy them, neither
18. 25 Am I now come up. .to destroy it?
1 8. 25 Go up against this laud, and destroy it
1 Ch.zi. 12 angel of the LORD destroying throughout
ai. 15 said to the angel that destroyed, It is
2 Ch.iz. 7 I will not destroy them, but I will grant
12. 12 that he would not i!estroy(him)altogether
21. 7 the LORD would not destroy the house of
24. 23 destroyed all the princes of the people
25. 16 that God hath determined to destroy thee
34. ii which the kings of Judah had destroyed
35. 21 forbear thee. .that he destroy thee not
36. 19 destroyed all the goodly vessels thereof
Psa. 78. 38 forgave (their) iniquity, and destroyed
78. 45 He sent, .frogs, which destroyed them
106. 23 turn away his wrath, lest he. .destroy
Prov. 6. 32 he (that) doeth it destroyeth his own soul
ii. 9 with(his) mouth destroyeth his neighbour
Isa. ii. 9 hurt nor destroy in all my holy mountain
36. 10 am I now come up. .to destroy it?
36. 10 Go up against this land, and destroy it
37. 12 them which my fathers have destroyed
51. 13 as if he were ready to destroy ?
65. 8 Destroy it not ; for a blessing (is) in it
65. 8 that I may not destroy them all
65. 25 hurt nor destroy in all my holy mountain
Jer. 2. -,o hath devoured, .like a destroying lion
6.
"5 by night, and let us destroy her palaces
ii. 19 Let us destroy the tree with the fruit
13. 14 nor spare, nor have mercy, but destroy
15. 3 beasts of the earth, to devour and destroy
15. 6 my hand against thee, and destroy theo
36. 29 shall certainly come and destroy this
49. 9 they will destroy till they have enough
51. i Behold, I will raise up., a destroying wind
51. ii device (is) against Babylon, to destroy it
51. 20 and with thee will I destroy kingdoms
51. 25 which destroyest all the earth
Lam. 2. 8 The LORD hath purposed to destroy the
Kze. 9. 8 wilt thou destroy all the residue of
L>an. 8. 24 he shall destroy wonderfully, and shall
8. 24 destroy the mighty and the holy people
8. 25 and by peace shall destroy many
9. 26 shall destroy the city and the sanctuary
Mai. 3. 1 1 he shall not destroy the fruits of your
14. To bereave, ^y skakol, 3.
Deut 32. 75 shall destroy both the young man and the
-15. To destroy, cut off, waste, ~cy shamad, 5.
Lev. 26. 30 I will destroy your high places, and cut
Deut. i. 27 to deliver us. .to destroy us
2. 12 they had destroyed them from before
2. 2 1 but the LORD destroyed them before them
2. 22 he destroyed the Horims from before
2. 23 destroyed them, and dwelt in their stead
4. 3 God hath destroyed them from among
6. 15 destroy thee from off the face of the earth
7. 4 be kindled against you, and destroy thee
7. 24 until thou have destroyed them
9. 3 (as) a consuming fire he shall destroy
9. 8 was angry with you, to have destroyed
9. 14 Let me alone, that I may destroy them
9. 19 LORD was wroth against you to destroy
9. 20 angry with Aaron to have destroyed him
9. 25 the LORD had said he would destroy you
28. 48 put a yoke . . until he have destroyed thee
31. 3 he will destroy these nations from before
31. 4 unto the land of them,whom he destroyed
33. 27 and shall say, Destroy (them)
Josh. 7. 1 2 except ye destroy the accursed from
9. 24 to destroy all the inhabitants of the land
ii. 14 until they had destroyed them, neither
1 1. 20 that he might destroy them, as the LORI*
23. 15 until he have destroyed you from off this
24. 8 and I destroyed them from before you
1 Sa. 24. 21 thou wilt not destroy my name out of my
2 Sa. 14. 7 we will destroy the heir also : and so they
14. ii lest they destroy my son
14. 16 the hand of the man (that would) destroy
22. 38 pursued mine enemies, and destroyed
1 Ki. 13. 34 destroy (it) from off the face of the earth
15. 29 until he had destroyed him, according
16. 12 Thus did Zimri destroy all the house of
2 Ki. 10. 17 till he had destroyed him, according to
10. ?8 Thus Jehu destroyed Baal out of Israeli
21. 9 nations whom the LORD destroyed before
1 Cli. 5. 25 whom God destroyed before them
2 Ch.io. 10 turned from them, and destroyed them
20. 23 utterly to slay and destroy (them)
33. 9 whom the LORD had destroyed before the
Esth.~3. 6 Haman sought to destroy all the Jews
3. 13 to destroy, to kill, and to cause to perish
4. 8 decree that was given at Shushan to des.
8. 1 1 to stand for their life, to destroy, to slay
Psa. 106 23 he said that he would destroy them, had
106. 34 They did not destroy the nations, con.
145. 20 but all the wicked will he destroy
Isa. 10. 7 (it is) in his heart to destroy and cut off
13. 9 destroy the sinners thereof out of it
23. n to destroy the strongholds thereof
26. 14 therefore hast thou visited and destroyed
Lam. 3. 66 and destroy them in anger from under
Eze. 14. 9 will destroy him from the midst of my
25. 7 I will destroy thee ; and thoushalt know
34. 16 but I will destroy the fat and the strong
Dan. ii 44 shall go forth with great fury to destroy
Amos 2. 9 Yet destroyed I the Amorite before them
2. 9 yet I destroyed his fruit from above, and
9. 8 I will destroy it from off the face of the
9. 8 not utterly destroy the house of Jacob
DESTROY 251 DESTRUCTION
Mio. 5. 14 so will I destroy thy cities
Hag. 2. 22 will destroy the strength of the kingdoms
Zech 12. 9 I will seek to destroy all the nations
46.ro make desolate, DD(? shantem. 5.
i Sa. 5. 6 he destroyed them, and smote them with
Hos. 2. 12 I will destroy her vines, and her tig trees
47. To desolate, DD<? shamem.
Isa. 42. 14 I will destroy and devour at once
48. To lose off or away, destroy, dirJAAu/xt apollu.
Matt. 2. 13 will seek the young child to destroy him
10. 28 fear him which is able to destroy both
12. 14 against him, how they might destroy him
21. 41 He will miserably destroy those wicked
22. 7 destroyed those murderers, and burned
27. 20 they should ask Barabbas, and destroy J.
Mark i. 24 art thou come to destroy us? I knowthee
3. 6 took counsel, .how they might destroy
9. 22 the fire, and into the waters, to destroy
11. 18 and sought how they might destroy him
12. 9 He will come and destroy the husbandm.
Luke 4. 34 art thou come to destroy us? I know thee
6. 9 Is it lawful . . to save life or to [destroy ]
9. 56 Son of man is not come to [destroy] men s
17. 27 and the flood came, and destroyed them
17. 29 brimstone from heaven, and destroyed
19 47 chief of the people sought to destroy him
20. 16 shall come aud destroy these husbandmen
John 10. 10 for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy
Horn ii. 15 Destroy not him with thy meat for whom
i Co. i . iq I will destroy the wisdom of the wise, and
Jas. 4. 12 who is able to save and to destroy
Jude 5 afterward destroyed them that believed
49. To mar or corrupt thoroughly, SiatyOtipwdiaph.
Rev. 8. 9 third part of the ships were destroyed
ii. 18 destroy them which destroy the earth
50. To destroy utterly, to\oQpevca exolothreiio.
Acts 3. 23 every soul . . shall be destroyed Irom amo.
51. To take down, KaOaipiot kathaireo.
Acts 13. 19 when he had destroyed seven nations in
19/27 her magnificence should be destroyed
62. To loose down,- Kara\vca kataluo.
Matt. 5. 17 Think not that I am come to destroy the
5. 17 I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil
26. 61 I am able to destroy the temple of God
27. 40 Thou that destroyest the temple, and
Marki4. 58 I will destroy this temple that is made
15. 29 Thou that destroyest the temple, and
Acts 6. 14 Jesus of Nazareth shall destroy this place
Horn. 14. 20 For meat destroy not the work of God
Gal. 2. 18 build again the things which I destroyed
53. To make of none effect, Karapyeta katargeo.
Rom. 6 6 that the body of sin might be destroyed
i Co. 6. 13 but God shall destroy both it and them
15. 26 enemy (that) shall be destroyed
z Th. 2. 8 shall destroy with the brightness of his
Heb. 2. 14 through death he might destroy him that
54. To loose, \vw luo.
John 2. 19 Destroy this temple, and in three days I
i Jo. 3. 8 he might destroy the works of the devil
55.7*0 destroy, o\odpevu olothreud, 6\fOpfvia.
Heb. ii. 28 lest he that destroyed the first born
56. To lay ivaste, iropdfta portheo.
Acts 9. 21 Is not this he that destroyed them
Gal. i. 23 prer.cheth the faith which once he destr.
67. To mar, corrupt, QOtlpa) phtheiro.
i Co. 3. 17 defile the temple.. him shall God destroy
DESTROY self, to
1.7*o mar, corrupt, destroy (self), rajy shachath, 3.
Hos. 13. 9 Israel, thou hast destroyed thyself
2. To desolate (self), oaj> shamem, la.
Eccl. 7. 16 why shouldest thou destroy thyself ?
DESTROY, to utterly
1. To devote (to God or destruction), Diri charam, 5.
Num2i. 2 then I will utterly destroy their cities
21. 3 utterly destroyed them and their cities
Deut. 2. 34 utterly destroyed the men, and the women
3. 6 we utterly destroyed them, as we did
3. 6 utterly destroying the men, women, and
7. 2 shall smite them, (and) utterly destroy
13. 15 destroying it utterly, and all that (is)
20. 17 thou shall utterly destroy them ; (namely)
Josh. 2. 10 Sihon and Og, whom ye utterly destroyed
6. 21 they utterly destroyed all that (was) in
8. 26 until he had utterly destroyed all the
10. i had taken Ai, aud had utterly destroyed
10. 28 the king thereof he utterly destroyed
10. 35 that (were) therein he utterly destroyed
10. 37 destroyed it utterly, and all the souls
10. 39 utterly destroyed all the souls that (were)
10. 40 utterly destroyed all that breathed, as
11. ii they smote all. .utterly destroy ing (them)
:i. 12 he utterly destroyed them, as Moses the
ii. 20 that he might destroy them utterly, (and)
11.21 Joshua destroyed them utterly with their
Judg. 1.17 that inhabited . .and utterly destroyed it
21. ii ye shall utterly destroy every male, and
i Sa. 15. 3 utterly destroy all that they have, and
15. 8 utterly destroyed all the people with the
15. 9 and refuse, that they destroyed utterly
15. 9 would not utterly destroy them : but
15. 15 and the rest we have utterly destroyed
15. 18 utterly destroy the sinners the Amalekites
15. 20 have utterly destroyed the Amalekites
1 Ki. 9. 2i Israel also were not able utterly to destroy
2 Ki.ig. ii to all lands, by destroying them utterly
1 Ch. 4. 41 destroyed them utterly unto this day, and
* Ch.32. 14 nations that my father utterly destroyed
Isa. ii. 15 the LORD shall utterly destroy the tongue
34. 2 he hath utterly destroyed them
37. ii to all lands by destroying them utterly
Jer. 25. 9 will utterly destroy them, and make
50. 21 waste and utterly destroy after them
50. 26 cast her up as heaps . .destroy her utterly
51. 3 destroy ye utterly all her host
2. To finish, consume, rr>^ kalah, 3.
Lev. 26. 44 will I abhor them, to destroy them utterly
2 ch.ji. i until they had utterly destroyed them all
DESTROYED
One cut off, no7! dummah.
Eze. 27. 32 like the destroyed in the midst of
DESTROYED, to be
1. To be lost,~\2K abad.
Kxodio. 7 knowest thou not. .that Egypt is destro.
Deut. 7. 20 be destroyed ; Esth. 4. 14 ; Eze. 26. 17.
la. To destroy, 13N abad, 3. Esth. 3. 9.
2. To be destroyed, 138 abad, Q.
Dan. 7. ii beast was slain, aud his body destroyed
3. To be swallowed up, yh$ bala, 4.
Isa. 9. 1 6 (they that are) led of them (are) destroyed
4. To be bruised, bruise self, Kin daka, 7.
Job 34. 25 in the night, so that they are destroyed
5. To be cut off, ncn damah, 2.
Hos. 4. 6 My people are destroyed for lack of
6. To be or become marred or corrupted, hy\ chabal, 2.
Prov 13. 13 despiseth the word shall be destroyed
7. To be marred or corrupted, Vjn chabal, 4.
Isa. jo. 27 the yoke shall be destroyed because of
8. To be marred or corrupted, *?3Q chabal, 4.
Dan. 2. 44 a kingdom, which shall never be destroy.
6. 26 kingdom (that) which shall not be destr.
7. 14 kingdom (that) which shall not destroyed
9. To be dried up or wasted, 3in charab, 6.
Ezra 4. 15 for which cause was this city destroyed
10. Tobe beaten down, nra kathath, 4.
2 Ch.is. 6 nation was destroyed of nation, and city
ILTo be beaten down, nn? kathath, 6.
Job 4. 20 are destroyed from morning to evening
12. To be blotted out or wiped away, nntymachah, 2.
Gen. 7. 23 every living substance was destroyed
7. 23 and they were destroyed from the earth
Judg 21. 17 a tribe be not destroyed out of Israel
13. To be ended, consumed, .190 saphah, 2.
1 Ch. 21. 12 three months to be destroyed before thy
Prov 13. 23 (that is) destroyed for want of judgment
14.ro be hunted, destroyed, ."ny tsadah, 2.
Zeph. 3. 6 noue passeth by; their cities are destroy.
15. Be b-roken, yjn raa, 2.
Prov 13. 20 a companion of fools shall be destroyed
16. To be broken, shivered, ~\yy shabar, 2.
2 Ch.i4. 13 they were destroyed before theLoRD, and
Prov 29. i shall suddenly be destroyed, and that
Jer. 22. 20 for all thy lovers are destroyed
48. 4 Moab is destroyed ; her little ones have
51. 8 Babylon is suddenly fallen and destroyed
Eze. 30. 8 (when) all her helpers shall be destroyed
Dan. 1 1. 20 but within few days he shall be destroyed
17. To be spoiled, destroyed, "ny shadad.
Psa. 137. 8 daughter of Babylon, who art to be dest.
18. To be cut off, laid waste, destroyed, iDtpshamad, 2.
Gen. 34. 30 and I shall be destroyed, I and my house
Deut. 4. 26 but shall utterly be destroyed
7. 23 until they be destroyed
12. 30 that they be destroyed from before thee
28. 20 until thou be destroyed, and until thou
28. 24 down upon thee, until thou be destroyed
28. 51 eat. .the fruit, .until thou be destroyed
28. 45 and overtake thee, till thou be destroyed
28. 6 1 bring upon thee, until thou be destroyed
Judg 21. 1 6 seeing the women are destroyed out
2 Sa. 21. 5 we should be destroyed from remaining
Psa. 37. 38 transgressors shall be destroyed together
92. 7 that they shall be destroyed for ever
Isa. 48. 19 his name should not have been, .destroy.
Jer. 48. 8 the plain shall be destroyed, as the LORD
48. 42 Moab shall be destroyed from (being) a
Eze. 32. 12 the multitude thereof shall be destroyed
Hos. 10. 8 the sin of Israel, shall be destroyed : the
19. To destroy, toy shamad, 5.
Esth. 7. 4 are sold, I and my people, to be destroy.
20. To loose off or aivay, destroy, air6\\v/j.i.
1 Co. 10. <; as some of them . . were destroyed of serp.
10. 10 as some . . were destroyed of the destroyer
2 Co. 4. 9 Persecuted . . cast down, but not destroyed
21.For marring or corruption ,es <(>0opdv eis phtlwran
2 Pe. 2. 12 But these, .made to be taken aud destro.
DESTROYED, thing utterly
Thing devoted (to God or destruction), Q"in cherem.
i Sa. 15. 21 things which should have been utterly de.
DESTROYED, to be utterly
To be devoted, compressed, o~m charam, 6.
Exod22. 20 He that aacriflceth . . shall be utterly des.
DESTROYER
1. To break, throw doion, Erin haro,s, 3.
Isa. 49. 17 thy destroyers and they that made thee
2. To dry up, waste, 2~)Q chareb, 5.
Judg 16. 24 the destroyer of our country, which slew
3. To put to death, niD muth, 5.
Job 33. 22 soul draweth . . and his life to the destroy.
4. liurglar, one who breaks in or forth, Y*~>$ parits.
Psa. 17. 4 kept (me from) the paths of the destroyer
5. To destroy, spoil, ~i~\y shadad.
Job 15. 21 in prosperity the destroyer shall come
6. To mar, corrupt, destroy, nr$ shachath, 5.
Exodi2. 23 the LORD, .will not suffer the destroyer
*Prov 28. 24 the same (is) the companion of a destroyer
Jer. 4. 7 the destroyer of the Gentiles ; Jer. 22. 7.
* Hebrew, ixh mashchith.
7. To spoil, take spoil, niftf sliasah.
Jer. 50. ii ye rejoiced, O ye destroyers of mine heri.
8. A destroyer, o^oBpfvr^s olothreutes.
i Co. 10. 10 some of them . . were destroyed of the des.
DESTROYING
"I. Marring, destroying, n%
n?>3 mashchith.
Jer. 51. 25 I (am) against thee, O destroying moun.
2. Marring, destroying, nnyo mashcheth.
Eze. 9. i every man (with) his destroying weapon
3. Destruction, sag qeteb.
Isa 28. 2 a destroying storm, as a flood of mighty
DESTRUCTION
1. To be lost, -QN abad.
Obad. 12 children, .in the day of their destruction
2. Destruction, 1";?, [v.L. "n5?s] nbaddon.
Prov 27. 20 Hell and destruction are never full ; so
3. Destruction, jnjx abaddon.
Job 26. 6 Hell (is) naked . . and destruction hath no
28. 22 Destruction and death say, We have heard
31. 12 it (is) a fire (that) consumeth to destruc.
Psa. 88. ii (or) thy faithfulness in destruction?
Prov 15. ii Hell and destruction (are) before the L.
4. Destruction, n?K, [inx abdan.
Esth. 8. 6 how can i endure to see the destruction
9. 5 Jews smote all their enemies with . . des.
5. Vapour, calamity, TN ed.
Job 18. 12 destruction (shall be) ready at his side
21.17 (how, oft) cometh their destruction upon
21. 30 wicked is reserved to the day of destruc.
30. 12 they raise up. .the ways of their destruc.
31. 3 (Is) not destruction to the wicked ? and a
31. 23 For destruction (from) God (was) a terror
Prov. i. 27 your destruction cometh as a whirlwind
6. Destruction, contrition, N^n dakka.
Psa. 90. 3 Thou turnest man to destruction ; and
7. Ruin, breaking or throwing down, nio in harisuth.
Isa. 49. 19 the land of thy destruction, shall even now
8. Breaking or throwing down, ruin, D"in heres.
Isa. 19. 18 one shall be called, The city of destruction
9. Destruction, *?3n chebel.
Mic. 2. 10 destroy (you), even with a sore destruction
10. Waste, drought, nj-in chorbah.
Psa. 9. 6 destructions are come to a perpetual end
II. Destruction, misfortune, T? kid.
Job 21. 20 His eyes shall see his destruction, and he
12. Trouble, destruction, n^no mehumah.
Deut 7. 23 destroy them with a mighty destruction
1 Sa. 5. 9 with a very great destruction : and he
5. ii there was a deadly destruction throughout
l3.Downfali,fuin, nnra mechittah.
Prov 10. 14 mouth of the foolish (is) near destruction
10. 15 the destruction of the poor (is) their
10. 29 but destruction (shall be) to the workers
13. 3 he that openeth wide, .shall have destru.
14. 28 in the want of people (is) the destruction
1 8. 7 A fool s mouth (is) his destruction, and
21.15 but destruction (shall be) to the workers
14. Wastes, desolations, niwiro mashshuoth.
Psa. 73. 1 8 thou castedst them down into destruction
15. Marring, destruction, n-rryc mashchith.
2 Ch. 22. 4 the death of his father to his destruction
Eze. 5. 16 shall be for (their) destruction, (and)
16. Ruin, calamity, ~r$pid.
Job 30. 24 though they cry in his destruction
31. 29 I rejoiced at the destruction of him that
17. Destruction, 3?j3 qeteb.
Deut 32. 24 burning heat, and with bitter destruction
Psa. 91. 6 destruction (that) wasteth at noon-day
15. Destruction, 3Dp qoteb.
Hos. 13. 14 O graVe, I will be thy destruction . repe.
19. Cutting off, destruction, -"HEp qephidah.
Eze. 7. 25 Destruction cometh ; and they shall seex
DESTRUCTION 252 DEVIL
2;). Destruction, rapid moving, |"ij3 qerets.
Jer. 46. 20 destruction cometh ; it cometh out of
21. Wasting, desolation, n;^ shr.iyyah.
Isa. 24. 12 and the gate is smitten with destruction
22. Breaking, breach, 13$ sheber.
Prov 16. 18 Pride (goeth) before destruction, and an
17. 19 that exalteth his gate seeketh destruction
1 8. 12 Before destruction the heart of man is
Isa. i. 28 the destruction of the transgressors and
15. 5 they shall raise up a cry of destruction
51. 19 destruction, and the famine, and the
59. 7 wasting and destruction (are) in their
60. 18 wasting nor destruction within thy bor.
Jer. 4. 6 for I will bring evil, .a great destruction
4. 20 Destruction upon destruction is cried
6. i for evil appeareth . . and great destruction
48. 3 spoiling and great destruction
48. 5 enemies have heard a cry of destruction
50. 22 A sound of battle, .and of great destruct.
51. 54 destmction from the land of the Chald.
Lam. 2. ii destruction of the daughter of my people
3. 47 come upon us, desolation and destruct.
3. 48 destruction of the daughter of my people
4. 10 destruction of the daughter of rny people
Eze. 32. 9 when I shall bring thy destruction among
2&.Breakingt }^v shibbaron.
Jer. 17. 18 and destroy them with double destruction
24. Destruction, spoiling, ~\v shod.
Job 5. 21 neither shall thou be afraid of destruct.
5. 22 At destruction and famine thou shalt
Prov 24. 2 their heart studieth destruction, and
Isa. 13. 6 it shall come as a destruction from the
Hos. 7. 13 destruction unto them ! because they
9. 6 they are gone because of destruction
Joel i. 15 as a destruction from the Almighty shall
25. Vanity, falsehood, Kit? sho.
Psa. 35. 17 rescue my soul from their destructions
26. Wasting, desolation, nxic* shoah.
Psa. 35. 8 Let destruction come upon him at unawa.
35. 8 into that very destruction let him fall
27. Corruption, destruction, pit, n ray shechith.
Psa. 107 20 He. .delivered (them) from their destruc.
28. To mar, corrupt, destroy, n~y shachath, 5.
a Ch.26. 1 6 heart was lifted up to (his) destruction
29. Corruption, destruction, r\~v shachath.
Psa. 55. 23 them down into the pit of destruction
103. 4 Who redeemeth thy life from destruction
30. To cut off, lay waste, ~vyy shamad, 5.
Isa. 14. 23 sweep it with the besom of destruction
31. A treading down, npnn tebnsah.
2 Ch.22. 7 the destruction of Ahaziah was cf
32.^-1 wearying out, rrtan tablith.
Isa. 10. 25 and mine anger, in their destruction
33. Passing on, change, jiSn chaloph.
Frov 31. 8 all such as are appointed to destruction
34. Loss, airct!\tia apoleia.
Matt. 7. 13 (is) the way, that leadeth to destruction
Rom. 9 22 vessels of wrath fitted to destruction
Phil. 3. 19 Whose end (is) destruction, whose god (is
2 Pe. 2. i bring upon themselves swift destruction
3. 16 as (they do), .unto their own destruction
35. .4 taking down, KaBaipfais kathaircsis.
2 Co 10. 8 edification, and not for your destruction
13. 10 to edification, and not to destruction
36. Destruction, 6\(6pos olethros.
i Co. 5. 5 unto Satan for the destruction of the flesh
1 Th. 5. 3 sudden destruction cometh upon them
2 Th. i. 9 be punished with everlasting [destruction]
i Ti. 6. 9 which drown men in destruction and
37. A breaking together, (rvvrptn/na suntrimma.
Rom. 3. 16 Destruction and misery (are) in their ways
DESTRUCTION, appointed to utter
Devotion (to God or destruction), D~m cJtercm.
i Ki.2o. 42 whom I appointed to utter destruction
DETAIN, to
To keep in, restrain, detain, ijy atsar.
Judgi3. 15 let us detain thee, until we shall have
13. 16 Though thou detain me, I will not eat of
DETAINED
To be kept in, restrained, detained, ~*y J. atsar, 2.
1 Sa. 21. 7 there that day, detained before the LORD
DETERMINATE
To mark out, 6pifa horizd.
Acts 2. 23 delivered by the determinate counsel and
DETERMINATION
Judgment, E$&3 mishpat.
Zeph. 3. 8 my determination (is) to gather the nations
DETERMINE, to
l.Tb soy, 15$ amar.
2 Ch. a. i Solomon determined to build an house
2. To be determined, nnn cfaitfutk, 2.
Dan. 9. 24 Seventy weeks a.-e determined upon thy
S.7V) give counsel, pj yaats.
2 Ch.25. 16 that God hath determined to destroy
Is*. 19. 17 which he hath determined against it
4.7*0 take counsel, ^ov\(vo^ai bouleuomai.
Acts 15. 37 Barnabas [determined] to take with thi-in
5. To loose thereupon, decide, iiriKvta epiluo.
Acts 19. 39 shall be determined in a lawful assembly
6. To judge, decide, itpivcD krinij.
Acts 3. 13 when he was determined to let (him) go
20. 16 Paul had determined to sail by Ephesus
25. 25 to Augustus, I have determined to send
27. i when it was determined that we should
1 Co. 2. 2 I determined not to know any thing
2 Co. 2. i I determine;! this with myself, that I
Titus 3. 12 for I have determined there to winter
7.7*0 mark out, bpifa horizd.
Luke22. 22 the Son of man goeth, as it was determ.
Acts ii. 29 determined to send relief unto the breth.
17. 26 and hath determined the times before
8.7*0 arrange, raffffea tasso.
Acts 15. 2 they determined that Paul and Barnabas
DETERMINE before, to
Tb mark out bejorehavd, trpooplfa proorizO.
Acts 4. 28 thy counsel determined before to be done
DETERMINED
1. To determine, move sharply, be cut off, pij charats.
Job 14. 5 Seeing his days (are) determined, the
2. To place, set, put, yv, nte> sum, fdn\.
2 88.13. 32 this hath been determined from the day
DETERMINED, to be
I. To be determined, pri charats, 2.
Isa. 10. 23 shall make a consumption, even determin
28. 22 even determined upon the whole earth
Dan. 9. 26 end of the war desolations are determined
9. 27 that determined shall be poured upon the
1 1 36 for that that is determined shall be done
2. 7*o complete, finish, determine, n?5 kalah.
1 Sa. 20. 7 be sure that evil is determined by him
20. o knew certainly that evil were determined
20. 33 was determined of hisfatherto slay David
23 17 for evil is determined against our master
Esth. 7. 7 there was evil determined against him by
DETEST, to
To hare in abomination, \yy shaqats, 3.
Deut. 7. 26 thou shalt utterly detest it, and thou
DETESTABLE
Abominable thing, { ?& shiqquts.
Jer. 16. 18 with the carcases of their detestable and
Eze. 5. 1 1 with all thy detestable things, and with
7. 20 (and) of their detestable things therein
ii 18 shall take away all the detestable things
ii. 21 after the heart of their detestable things
37. 23 nor with their detestable tilings, nor with
DE-U -EL, Stojn God is knowing.
Father of Eliasaph, prince of Gad, B.C. 1510.
Num. i 14 Of Gad ; Eliasaph, the son of D.
2. 14 of Gad. .Eliasaph the son of D.[or Reuel]
7. 42 D. prince of the children of Gad, (offered)
7. 47 the offering of Eliasaph the son of D.
Deutio. 20 children of Gad . .Eliasaph the son of D.
DEVICE
1. Meditation, jvjfi higgayon.
Lam. 3 62 and their device against me all the day
2. Reason, device, reckoning, jiayn cheshbon.
Eccl. 9. 10 (there is) no work, nor device, nor know.
3. Wicked device, rreia meznnmah.
Job 21. 27 the devices (which)ye wrongfully imagine
Psa. jo. 2 in the devices that they have imagined
Jer. 51 1 1 his device (is) against Babylon, to destroy
4. Thought, device, nypra) machashabah.
Jer. 18. ii I frame. .and devise a device against you
5. Thought, device, natfro machashcbeth.
2 Ch. 2. 14 to find out every device which shall be
Esth. 8 3 device that he had devised against the
9. 25 his wicked device, which he devised
Job 5. 12 disappointeth the devices of the crafty
Psa. 33. 10 maketh the devices of the people of none
Prov 9 21 (There are) many devices in a man s heart
Jer. 1.19 that they had devised devices against me
8 1 2 we will walk after our own devices, and
8. 18 let us devise devices against Jeremiah
Dan. i. 24 he shall forecast his devices against the
i. 25 they shall forecast devices against him
6. Inward or inner thought, fVfluytiTjffjy enthumesis.
Acts 17. 29 or stone, graven by art and man s device
7. Thought, plan, vorj/j.a noema.
2 Co. 2. 1 1 for we are not ignorant of his devices
DEVICES
Counsels, nixyio moet.toth.
Prov. i. 3 i and be filled with their own devices
DEVIL
\.Hairy one, kid, goat, 1 ptr sair.
Lev. 17. 7 no more offer their sacrifices unto devils
2 Ch.ii. 15 for the high places, and for the devils
2. Spoiler, destroyer, ~\v shed.
Deut 32. 17 They sacrificed unto devils, not to God
Psa. 106. 37 their sons and their daughters unto devils
3. Daimon, demon, shade, oai/xoVtor daimonion.
Matt. 7. 32 in thy name have cast out devils ? and in
Matt. g. 33 when the devil was cast out, the dumb
9. 34 devils through the prince of the devils
10. 8 the lepers, raise the dead, cast out devils
11. 18 nordrinkiiiK, and they say, He hath a devil
12. 24 This (fellow) doth not cast out devils
12. 24 but by Beelzebub the prince of the devils
12. 27 if I by Beelzebub cast out devils, by whom
12. 28 if I cast out devils by the Spirit of God
17. 18 Jesus rebuked the devil; and he departed
Mark i. 34 divers diseases, and cast out many devils
i. 34 suffered not the devils to speak, because
i. 39 throughout all Galilee, and cast out devils
3. 15 to heal sicknesses, and to cast out devils
3. 22 prince of the devils casteth he out devils
6. 13 they cast out many devils, and anointed
7. 26 cast forth the devil out of her daughter
7. 29 the devil is gone out of thy daughter
7. 30 she found the devil pone out, and her
9. 38 saw one casting out devils in thy name
16. 9 [out of whom he had cast seven devils]
16. 17 [In my name shall they cast out devils]
Luke 4. 33 which had a spirit of an unclean devil
4. 35 when the devil had thrown him in the
4. 41 devils also came out of many, crying out
7. 33 nordrinkingwine.andyesay, He hath ad.
8. 2 Magdalene, out of whom went seven dev.
8. 27 a certain man, which had devils
8. 30 because many devils were entered into
8. 33 Then went the devils outof the man, and
8. 35, 38 man, out of whom the devils were de.
g. i them power and authority over all devils
9. 42 the devil threw him down, and tare (him)
9. 49 saw one casting out devils in thy name
10. 17 the devils are subject unto us through
11. 14 he was casting out a devil, and it was
ii. 14 when the devil was gone out, the dumb
ii. 15 some of them said, He casteth out devils
ii. 15 through Beelzebub the chief of the devils
ii. 1 8 that 1 cast out devils through Beelzebub
11. 19 if I by Beelzebub cast out devils, by
11. 20 if I with the finger of God cast out devils
i j. 32 I cast out devils, and 1 do cures to day
John 7. 20 Thou hast a devil : who goeth about to
8. 48 thou art a Samaritan, and hast a devil?
8. 49 I have not a devil ; but I honour my
8. 52 Now we know that thou hast a devil
10. 20 He hath a devil, and is mad ; why hear
10. 21 Can a devil open the eyes of the Dlind T
i Co. 10. 20 they sacrifice to devils, and not to God
10. 20 ye should have fellowship with devils
10. 21 the cup of the Lord, and the cup of devils
10. 21 the Lord s table, and of the table of devils
i TL 4. i seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils
Jas. 2. 19 the devils also believe, and tremble
Rev. 9. 20 they should not worship devils, and idol]
i.A deified spirit, oat^wv daimon.
Matt. 8. 31 the devils besought him, saying, If thou
Mark 5. 12 [the devils] besought him, laying, .Send ur
Luke 8. 29 driven [of the devil] into the wilderness
Rev. 16. 14 they are the spirits of [devils,] working
18. 2 is become the habitation of [devils,] and
5. Accuser, calumniator, otdfio\os diabolos.
Matt. 4. i the wilderness to be tempted of the dev.
4. 5 devil taketh him up into the holy city
4. 8 the devil taketh him up into an exceed.
4. ii the devil leaveth him ! and, behold, angels
i j. 39 The enemy that sowed them is the devil
25. 41 prepared for the devil and his angels
Luke 4. 2 Being forty days tempted of the devil
4. 3 the devil said unto him, If thou be the
4. 5 [the devil,] taking him up into an high
4. 6 the devil said unto him, All this power
4 13 the devil had ended all the temptation
8. 12 then cometh the devil, and taketh away
John 6. 70 you twelve, and one of you is a devil r
8. 44 Ve are of (your) father the devil, and the
13. 2 the devil having now put into the heart
Acts 10. 38 all that were oppressed of the devil
13. 10 (thou) child of the devil, (thou) enemy of
Eph. 4. 27 Neither give place to the devil
6. 11 to stand against the wiles of the devil
1 Ti. 3. o fall into the condemnation of the devil
3. 7 into reproach and the snare of the devil
2 Ti. 2. 26 themselves out of the snare of the devil
Heb. 2. 14 had the power of death, that is, the devil
Jas. 4. 7 Resist the devil, and he will flee from you
i Pe. 5. 8 your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion
i Jo. 3. 8 He that committeth sin is of the devil
3. 8 for the devil sinneth from the beginning
3. 8 he might destroy the works of the devil
3. 10 and the children of the devil ; whosoever
Jude 9 when contending with the devil, he dis.
Rev. 2. 10 devil shall cast (some) of you into prison
12. 9 that old serpent, called the Devil, and
12. 12 the devil is come down unto you, having
20. 2 that old serpent, which is the Devil, and
20. 10 the devil that deceived them was cut
DEVILISH 253
DEVILISH
Demoniacal, 5ai/uoyia>3rjs daimoniSdes.
Jas. 3. 15 but (is) earthly, sensual, devilish
DEVILS, to be possessed with or of the
To be demonized, 8ai(J.evi{onai daimonizomai.
Matt 4 24 those which wore possessed with devils
8 16 many that were possessed with devils
&. -S there met him two possessed with devils
8 33 befallen to the possessed of the devils
M&rk i. 32 and them that were possessed with devils
Luke 8. 36 he that was possessed of the devils was
DEVISE, to
1. To devise, feign, in? bada.
1 Ki. 12. 33 which he had devised of his own heart
2. To think, devise, ris? damah, 3.
2 Sa. 21. 5 that deviseth against us (that) we should
3. To devise, design, purpose, DOT zamani.
Psa. 31.13 they devised to take away my life
Jer 51. 12 the LORD hath both devised and done that
Lam. 2. 17 LORD hath done (that) which he had devis.
4. To plow, grave, devise, enn charash.
Prov. 3. 29 Devise not evil against thy neighbour
6. 14 he deviseth mischief continually
6. 18 heart that deviseth wicked imaginations
14. 22 Do they not err that devise evil? but
14. 22 truth (shall be) to them that devise good
5. To think, devise, reckon, 257.7 chashab.
Exod3i. 4 To devise cunning works, to work in gold
35. 32 to devise curious works, to work in gold
35. 35 and of those that devise cunning work
2 Sa. 14. 14 vet doth he devise means, that his banis.
Esih. 8. 3 that he had devised against the Jews
9. 24 had devised against the Jews to destroy
9. 25 which he devised against the Jews, should
Psa. 3;. 4 letthembe.. brought to confusion that d.
35. 20 they devise deceitful matters against
36. 4 He deviseth mischief upon his bed ; he
41. 7 against me do they devise myhurt
52. 2 Thy tongue deviseth mischiefs ; like a
Prov 16. 30 shutteth his eyes to devise froward things
Jer. 11.19 and I knew not that they had devised
1 8. ii I frame evil against you, and devise a
18. 18 Then said they. Come, and let us devise
48. 2 Heshbon they have devised evil against it
Eze. ii. 2 these (are) the men that devise mischief
Mic. 2. i Woe to them that devise iniquity, and
2. 3 against this family do I devise an evil
6. To think, devise, reckon, ntyn chashab, 3 .
Prov 16. 9 A man s heart deviseth his way : but the
24. 8 He that deviseth to do evil shall be called
7. To give counsel, pj? yaats.
Isa. 32. 7 he deviseth wicked devices to destroy the
32. 3 But the liberal deviseth liberal things
DEVISE, to cunningly
To make wise, aoQifa sophizo.
2 Pe. i. 16 not followed cunningly devised fables
DEVISED
Thought, device, rQC rja machashebeth.
Esth. 8. 5 the letters devised by Hainan the son of
DEVOTE, to
To devote (to God or destruction), Din charam, 5.
Lev. 27. 28 that a man shall devote unto the LORD of
DEVOTED
A thing devoted (to God or destruction), Din cherem.
Lev. 27. ii be holy unto the LORD, as a field devoted
27. 29 None devoted, .shall be redeemed ; (but)
DEVOTED, to be
To be devoted, Din charam, 6.
Lev. 27. 29 which shall be devoted of. men, shall be
DEVOTED thing
A thing devoted, Dirt cherem.
Lev. 27. 28 Notwithstanding no devoted thing that a
27. 28 every devoted thing (is) most holy unto
Num 1 3. 14 Every thing devoted in Israel shall be
DEVOTION
Object of worship or devotion, of&affna. sebasma.
Acts 17. 23 1 passed by, and beheld your devotions
DEVOUR, to
I. To eat, consume, devour, 7?N akal.
Gen. 31. 15 and hath quite devoured also our money
37. 20 Some evil beast hath devoured him : and
37. 33 an evil beast hath devoured him
49 27 in the morning he shall devour the prey
Exod 24 1 7 glory of the LORD (was) like devouring fire
Lev. 10. 2 out fire from the LORD, and devoured them
Nuni26. 10 fire devoured two hundred and fifty men
Deutsi. 17 they shall be devoured, and many evils
32. 42 and my sword shall devour flesh
Judg. 9. 15 let fire, .devour the cedars of Lebanon
9. 20 devour the men of Shechem, and the house
g. 20 the house of Millo, and devour Abimelech
2 Sa. 2. 26 Shall the sword devour for ever? knowest
ii. 25 sword devoureth one as well as another
18. 8 devoured more . .than the sword devoured
22. 9 and fire out of his mouth devoured
2 Ch. 7. 13 I command the locusts to devour the land
Job 18. 13 It shall devour the strength of his skin
1 8. 13 first born of death shall devour his stren.
Psa 1 8 8 and fire out of his mouth devoured
21. 9 his wUh, and the fire shall devour them
Psa. 50. 3 a fire shall devour before him, and it
78. 45 flies amorg them, which devoured them
79. 7 they have devoured Jacob, and laid waste
105. 35 and devoured the fruit of their ground
Prov. 30. 14 to devour the poor from off the earth
Isa. i. 7 land, strangers devour it in your presence
5. 24 as the fire devoureth the stubble, and the
9. 12 they shall devour Israel with open mouth
9. 1 8 it shall devour the briers and thorns, and
10. 17 devour his thorns and his briers in one
24. 6 Therefore hath the curse devoured the
26. ii fire of thine enemies shall devour them
31. 8 sword, not of a mean man, shall devour
33. ii your breath, (as) fire, shall devour you
56. 9 All ye beasts of the field, come to devour
Jer. 2. 3 all that devour him shall offend
2. 30 your own sword hath devoured your pro.
3. 24 shame hath devoured the labour of our
5. 14 thy mouth fire, .and it shall devour them
8. 16 have devoured the land, and all that is
10. 25 they have eaten up Jacob, and devoured
12. 12 sword of the LORD shall devour from the
15. 3 the beasts of the earth, to devour and de.
17. 27 it shall devour the palaces of Jerusalem
21. 14 shall devour all things round about it
30. 16 they that devour thee shall be devoured
46. 10 the sword shall devour, and it shall be
46. 14 the sword shall devour round about thee
48. 45 shall devour the corner of Moab, and the
50. 7 All that found them have devoured them
co. 17 the king of Assyria hath devoured him
50. 32 and it shall devour all round about him
51. 34 the king of Babylon hath devoured me
Lam. 2. 3 flaming fire, (which) devoureth round
4. ii it hath devoured the foundations thereof
Eze. 7. : 5 famine and pestilence shall devour him
15. 4 the fire devoureth both the ends of it
15. 5 when the fire hath devoured it, and it is
15. 7 and (another) fire shall devour them
16. 20 thou sacrificed unto them to be devoured
19. 3 learned to catch the prey ; it devoured m.
19. 6 learned to catch the prey, (and) devoured
19. 14 hath devoured her fruit, so that she
20. 47 it shall devour every green tree in thee
22 25 theyhavedevouredsouls; they have taken
28. 18 it shall devour thee, and I will bring thee
33. 27 will I give to the beasts to be devoured
34. 28 shall the beast of the land devour them
36. 14 thou shalt devour men no more, neither
Hos. 5. 7 nowshall a month devour them with their
7. 7 and have devoured their judges
7. 9 Strangers have devoured his strength
8. 14 and it shall devour the palaces thereof
11. 6 devour (them), because of their own cou.
13. S and there will I devour them like a lion I
Joel i. 19, 20 the fire hath devoured the pastures
2. 3 A fire devoureth before them, and behind
2. 5 flame of fire that devoureth the stubble
Amos i. 4 shall devour the palaces of Ben-hadad
i. 7, 10 which shall devour the palaces thereof
i. 12 which shall devour the palaces of Bozrah
1. 14 it shall devour the palaces thereof, with
2. 2 it shall devour the palaces of Kirioth
2. 5 it shall devour the palaces of Jerusalem
4. 9 the palmer worm devoured (them)
5. 6 fire in the house of Joseph, and devour (it)
7. 4 it devoured the great deep, and did eat
Obad. 18 they shall kindle in them, and devour
Nah. 2. 13 the sword shall devour thy young lions
3. 13 the fire shall devour thy bars
3. 15 There shall the fire devour thee ; the
Hab. 3. 14 rejoicing (was) as to devour the poor sec.
Zech. 9. 15 they shall devour, and subdue with sling
11. i that the fire may devour thy cedars
12. 6 they shall devour all the people round
2.2*0 eat, consume, devour, Sax akal.
Dan. 7. 5 said thus unto it, Arise, devour much fl.
7. 7 it devoured and brake in pieces, and;
7. 19 (which) devoured, brake in pieces, and
7. 23 shall devour the whole earth, and shall
5. Eating, food, rbzy oklah.
Jer. 12. 9 the beasts of the field, come to devour
Eze. 23. 37 for them through (the fire), to devour
39. 4 the beasts of the field to be devoured
4. To swallow up, yVa bala.
Gen. 41. 7 the seven thin ears devoured the seven
41. 24 thill ears devoured the seven good ears
5. To swallow up, V
1
?? bala, 3.
Prov 19. 28 mouth of the wicked devoureth iniquity
Hab. i. 13 when the wicked devoureth (the man that)
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6. To swallow, devour, retain, y1
?; yala.
Prov 20. 25 the man (who) devoureth (that which is)
7. To eat, consume, crh lacham.
Deut32. 24 devoured with.burning heat, and with bi.
8. To feed, consume, nf\ raah.
Psa. 80. 13 wild beast of the field doth devour it
9. To pant after, swallow up, ^x? shaaph.
Isa. 42. 14 I will destroy and devour at once
lO.To eat, eat up, Ia6(i esthio.
Heb. 10. 27 which shall devour the adversaries
\\.To drink down, swallow up, Karairivw katapinS.
i Pe. 5. 8 walketh about, seeking whom he may d.
12.To eat down, icara^dyw kataphago.
Matt 23. 14 ye devour widows houses, and for a pre.
Marki2. 40 Which devour widows houses, and for a
Luke a. s aud the fowls of the ak devoured it
Luke 1 5. 30 which hath devoured thy living with har
20. 47 Which devour widows houses, and for a
2 Co. 1 1. 20 if a man devour (you), if a man take (of
Gal. 5. 15 if ye bite and devour one another, take
Rev. ii. 5 fire proceedeth. .and devoureth their
12. 4 to devour her child as soon as it was born
20. 9 from God out of heaven, and devoured
DEVOUR up, to
1 . To eat, consume, devour, *?5K akal.
Eze. 36. 13 Thou (land) devourest up men, and hast
2.7*0 eat down, Ka-raQdyu kataphago.
Matt 13. 4 and the fowls came and devoured them up
Mark 4. 4 fowls of the air came and devoured it up
DEVOURED, to be
I. To be eaten up, consumed, ?5N akal, 2.
Jer. 30. 16 Therefore all they, .shall be devoured
Eze. 23. 25 thy residue shall be dev oured by the fire
Zeph. i. 18 the whole land shall be devoured by the
3. 8 the earth shall be devoured with the fire
Zech 9. 4 and she shall be devoured with flre.,
2.7*0 be eaten vp, consumed, S;s akal, 4.
Isa. i. 20 ye shall be devoured with the sword
Nah. 1. 10 shall be devoured as stubble fully dry
DEVOURER
7*o eat, consume, devour, S?N akal.
Mai. 3.11! will rebuke the devourer for your sakes
DEVOURING
1. To eat, consume, devour, S:x akal.
Isa. 29. 6 tempest, and the flame of devouring fire
30. 27 and his tongue as a devouring flre
30. 30 the flame of a devouring fire . . scattering
33. 14 shall dwell with the devouring flre : who
2. Swallowing vp, ySf bela.
Psa. 52. 4 Thou lovest all devouring words, (thou)
DEVOUT (persons)
1. Taking orreceiving well, devout, eu\aftiis eulales.
Luke 2. 25 the same man (was) just and devout
Acts 2. 5 devout men, out of every nation under
8. 2 devout men carried Stephen(to hisburiai)
2. Reverential, eva-eft-frs eusebes.
Acts 10. 2 (A) devout (man), and one that feared Gud
10. 7 a devout soldier of them that waited on
22. 12 Ananias, a devout man according to the
3. 7*0 worship, be devout, reverential, fft0ofj.ai.
Acts 13 50 Jews stirred up the devout and honour
17 4 and of the devout Greeks a great multit.
17. 17 with the Jews, and with the devout persons
DEW
Dew, ^stal.
Gen. 27. 28 God give thee of the dew of heaven, ard
27. 39 and of the dew of heaven from above
Exodi6. 13 in the morning the dew lay round about
16. 14 when the dew that lay was gone up
Num ii. 9 dew fell upon the camp in the night
Deut 32. 2 my speech shall distil as the dew, as the
33. 13 the precious things of heaven, for the d
33. 28 also his heavens shall drop down dew
Judg. 6. 37 if the dew be on the fleece only, and
6. 38 wringed the dew out of the fleece, a bowl
6. 39 upon all the ground let there be dew
6 40 and there was dew on all the ground
- Sa. i. 21 (let there be) no dew, neither get
there
17 12 we will light upon him as the dew falletii
i Ki. 17. i there shall not be dew nor rain these
Job 29. 19 the dew lay all night upon my branch
38. 28 or who hath begotten the drops of dev/ ?
Psa 1 10 3 morning : thou hast the dew of thy youth
133. 3 As the dew of Hermon . .that descended
Prov 3 20 and the clouds drop down the dew
19. 12 but his favour (is) as dew upon the grass
Song 5 2 for my head is filled with dew, (and) raj
Isa 18 4 like a cloud of dew in the heat of harvest
26 19 for thy dew (is as) the dew of herbs, and
Dan. 4 15, "3
let it be wet with the dew of heaven
4 25 shall wet thee with the dew of heaven
4 33 his body was wet with the dew of heaven
5 21 his body was wet with the dew of heaven
Hos 6 4 for your goodness (is) as . . the early dew
13 3 and as the early dew that passeth away
14 5 1 will be as the dew unto Israel : he shall
Mic 5 7 in the midst of many people as a dew
Haz i 10 the heaven over you is stayed from dew
Zech. 8. 12 the heavens shall give their dew ; and I
DIADEM
I. Mitre, nsjsr? mitsnepheth.
Eze. 21. 26 Remove the diadem, and take off the cr
LDiadem, p, [V.L. ^} tsaniph.
Isa. 62. 3 Thou shalt also be . . a royal diadem in
3. Diadem, hood, IM? tsaniph.
Job 29. 14 my judgment (was) as a robe and a diad.
4. Diadem, tiara, TV?* tsephirah.
Isa. 28. 5 for a diadem of beauty, unto the residue
DIAL
Going up, ascent, step, rhyjo maalah.
2 ki.2o. ii by which it had gone down in the dial of
Isa. 38. 8 is gone down in the sun-dial of Ahaz, ten
DIAMOND
\.Diamond, adamant, emerald, C7iv yahalom.
ExodzS. 18 the second row (shall be), .a diamond
39. ii an emerald, a sapphire, and a diamond
Eze. 28. 13 the sardius, topaz, and the diamond, the
DIANA 254 DIE
2. Brier, diamond, point, f^y shamir.
Jer. 17. i The sin . . (Is) written . . the point of a dia.
DI-A -NA, "ApTtfus, Artemis.
One of the principal goddesses of the Greeks and
.Romans. Artemis is her Greek name.
Acts 19. 24 a silversmith, .made silver shrines for D.
19. 27 the temple of the great goddess D. should
19. 28 saying, Great (is) D. of the Ephesians
19. 34 cried out. Great (is) D. of the Ephesians
19. 35 city of. . Ephesians is a worshipper of . . D.
DIB-LA -IM, D^Syi double emftrace.
Father of Gomer wife of Hosea the prophet, B.C. 800.
Hos. i. 3 went and took Gomer the daughter of D.
DIB -LATH, .iS:n circle.
A place in the N. of Canaan, which should be spelled
Diblah, or rather Riblah.
Eze. 6. 14 desolate than the wilderness toward D.
DI -BON, pan, fan river course.
1. A city N. of the Arnon, S.YV. of Ileshbou, rebuilt by
Gad, given to Reuben, and retaken by Moab.
Numzi. 30 Heshbon is perished even unto D., and
32. 3 Ataroth, and D., and Jazer, and Nimrah
32. 34 And the children of Gad built D., and A.
Isa. 15. 2 He is gone up to Bajith, and to D.
2. A city, perhaps the same as No. i.
Josh. 13. 9 and all the plain of Medeba unto D.
13. 17 D., and Bamoth-baal, and Beth-baal-rneon
Jer. 48. 18 Thou daughter that dost inhabit D.
48. 22 And upon D., and upon Nebo, and upon
3. A town in Judah, perhaps the same as (Dimonah)
Dibon.
Neh. ii. 25 and at D., and (in) the villages thereof
DI -BON GAD, TI j;n.
A halting place of the Israelites after leaving Egypt,
and was in Moab between Ije-Abarim and Almondiblathaim,
and is no doubt the same place called
Dibon.
Num33. 45 departed from lira and pitched in D.-g.
33. 46 they removed from D. g., amd encamped
DIB -BJ, "i:n on the pasture born.
A Danite, whose daughter had married an Egyptian
and whose son was stoned for blasphemy, B.C. 1490.
Lev. 24. ii Shelomith, the daughter of D., of the tribe
DID, he -
Vaheb, (a place in Suph, ) arn vaheb.
Nuni2i. 14 What he did in the Red sea, and in the
DI-DY -BTTJS, Ai 5i//toj a twin.
The surname of the apostle Thomas.
John ii. 16 Then said Thomas, which is called D.
20. 24 Thomas, one of the twelve, called D.
21. 2 together Simon Peter, and T. called D.
DIE
1. Death, niy maveth.
Num. 6. 7 not make himself unclean . . when they d.
i Sa. 20. 31 fetch him unto me, for he shall surely die |
26. 16 (As) the LORD liveth, ye (are) worthy to d. >
280. 3. 33 the king lamented., and said., as a fool d.
12. 5 the LORD liveth, the man. .shall surely die
| Fsa. 49. 17 For when he dieth he shall carry nothing I
Provn. 7 When a wicked man dieth, (his) expecta. !
Eccl. 3. 19 as the one dieth, so dieth the other ; yea
Jer. 26. 1 1 saying, This man (is) worthy to die ; for
26. 16 This man (is) not worthy to die : for he
Eze. 18. 23 pleasure at all that the wicked should d. ?
Jon. 4. 3,8 (It is) better for me to die than to live
2. Death, dying, nreojji temuthah.
Psa. 79. ii preserve, .those that are appointed to die
DIE, to
1. Tit expire, gasp, breathe out, yij gava.
Gen. 6. 17 everything that (is) in the earth shall die
7. 21 all flesh died that moved upon the earth
Nunii?. 12 Behold, we die, we perish, we all perish
17. 13 shall we be consumed with dying?
20. 3 spake, saying, Would God that we had d.
20. 3 when our brethren died before the LORD
Job 27. 5 till I die I will not remove mine integrity
29. 18 I shall die in my nest, and I shall multi.
36. 12 and they shall die without knowledge
Psa. 88. 15 afflicted and ready to die from (my) youth
104. 29 they die, and return to their dust
Zech 13. 8 parts therein shall be cut olf (and) die
2. To die, nio muth.
Gen. 2. 17 thpu eatest thereof thou shall surely die
3. 3 neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die
3. 4 unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die
5. 5 nine hundred and thirty years : and he d.
5. 8 nine hundred and twelve years : and he:d.
5. ii nine hundred and five years : and he died
5. 14 nine hundred and ten years : and he died
5. 17 hundred ninety and five years: and he d.
5. 20 hundred sixty and two years: and he died
5. 27 hundred sixty and nine years : and he died
5. 31 seventy and seven years : and he died
7. 22 of all that (was) in the dry (land,) died
9. 29 nine hundred and fifty years : and he died
ii. 28 Haran died before his father Terah in the
ii. 32 two hundred and five years: and Terah d.
19. 19 lest some evil take me, and I die
20. 7 know thou that thou shalt surely die, thou
23. 2 Sarah died in Kirjath-arba ; the same (is)
25. 8 Abraham gave up the ghost, and died in
Gen. 2=;. 17 he pave up the ghost and died, and was
25. 32 I (am) at the point to die ; and what profit
26. 9 Because I said, Lest I die for her
27. 4 that my soul may bless thec before I die
30. i unto Jacob, Give me children, or else I die
33. 13 overdrive them one day. .flock will die
35. 8 Rebekah s nurse, died, and she was buried
35. 18 her soul was in departing, for she died
35. 19 Rachel died, and was buried in the way
35. 29 Isaac gave up the ghost, and died, and
36. 33 Bela died, and Jobab the son of. .reigned
36. 34 And Jobab died, and Ilusham.of the land
36. 35 Husham died, and Hadad the son of B.
36. 36 Hadad died,and Saralah of Masrekah reig.
36. 37 Samlah died, and Saul of Rehoboth (by)
36. 38 Saul died, and Baal hanan the son of A.
36. 39 Baal-hanan the son of Achbor died, and
38. 1 1 peradventure he die also, as his brethren
38. 12 the daughter of Shuah, Judah s wife, died
42. 2 buy for us. .that we may live, and not die
42. 20 words l>e verified, and ye shall not die
43. 8 that we may live, and not die, both we
44. 9 both let him die, and we also will be my
44. 22 leave his father, .(his father) would die
44. 31 the lad (is) not (with us), that he will die
45. 28 I will go and see him before I die
46. 12 Erand Onan died in the land of Canaan
46. 30 Now let me die, since I have seen thy face
47.15 why should we die in thy presence ? for the
47. 19 Wherefore shall we die before thine eyes
47. 19 give (us)seed, that we may live, and not d.
47. 29 the time drew nigh that Israel must die
48. 7 Rachel died by me in the land of Canaan
48. 21 I die; but God shall be with you, and
50. 5 Lo, I die : in my grave which I have dig.
50. 24 I die : and God will surely visit you, and
50. 26 Joseph died, (being) an hundred and ten
Exod. i. 6 Joseph died, and all his brethren, and
2. 23 it came to pass, .the king of Egypt died
7. 18 the fish that (is) in the river shall die
7. 21 fish that (was) in the river died
8. 13 the frogs died out of the houses, out of
9. 4 there shall nothing die of all (that is)
9. 6 and all the cattle of Egypt died
9. 6 but of the cattle of. . Israel died not
9. 19 come down upon them, and they shall die
20. 28 day thou seest my face thou shalt die
ii. 5 first born in the land of Egypt shall die
24. ii taken us away to die in the wilderness
14. 12 than that we should die in the wilderness
:6. 3 Would to God we had died by the
20. 19 but let not God speak with us, lest we die
21. 12 He that smiteth a man so that he die
21. 14 take him from mine altar, that he may die
21. 1 8 and he die not, but keepeth (his) bed
21. 20 if a man smite his servant, .and he die
21. 28 ox gore a man or a woman, that they die
21. 35 if one man s ox hurt another s, that he die
22. = If a thief, .be smitten that he die
22. 10 it die, or be hurt, or driven a\vay, no man
22. 14 it be hurt, or die, the owner (thereof)
28. 35 and when he cometh out, that he die not
28. 43 that they bear not iniquity, and die
30. 20 shall wash with water, that they die not
30. 21 shall wash their hands, .that they die not
Lev. 8. 35 keep the charge of the LORD, that ye die
jo. 2 devoured them ; and they died before the
10. 6 neither rend your clothes, lest ye die, and
10. 7 ye shall not go out . . lest ye die
10. 9 Do not drink wine . . lest ye die
11. 39 And if any beast of which ye may eat die
15. 31 that they die not in their uncleanness
16. i when they off. red before the Lord, and d.
16. 2 he come not at all times, .that he die not
:6. 13 he shall put the incense, .that he die not
20. 20 bear their sin ; they shall die childless
22. 9 lest they bear sin for it, and die therefore
Num. 3. 4 Nadab and Abihu died before the LORD
4. 15 not touch (any) holy thing, lest they die
4. 19 that they may live, and not die, when they
4. 20 they shall not go in . . lest they die
6. 9 if any man die very suddenly by him, and
14. 2 Would God that we had died in the land
14. 2 or would God we had died in this
14. 35 in this wilderness, .there they shall die
14. 37 died by the plague before the Lord
15. 36 and stoned him with stones, and he died
16. 29 these men die the common death of. .men
16. 49 they that died in the plague were fourteen
16. 49 them that died about the matter of Korah
17. 10 their murmurings from me, that they die
17. 13 unto the tabernacle of the LORD shall die
1 8. 3 that neither they, nor ye also, die
18. 33 lest they bear sin, and die
1 8. 32 neither shall ye pollute, .lest ye die
19. 14 This (is) the law, when a man dieth in a
20. i Miriam died there, and was buried there
20. 4 that we and our cattle should die there ?
io. 26 gathered (unto his people,) and shall die
20. 28 Aaron died there in the top of the mount
a. 5 up out of Egypt to die in the wilderness
21. f> and much people of Israel died
23. to Let me die the death of the righteous
25. 9 those that died in the plague were twenty
26. ii the children of Korah died not
26. 19 Er and Onan died in the land of Canaan
26. 61 Nadab and Abihu died, when they offered
26. 65 They shall surely die in the wilderness
27. 3 Our father died in the wilderness, and he
27. 3 but died in his own sin, and had no sons
27. 8 If a man die, and have no son, then ye
33. 38 Aaron the prieit went up. .and died theru
Nuni3;. 12 that the manslayer die not, until he stand
35. 16 with an instrument of iron, so that he die
35. 17, 1 8 wherewith he may die, and he die, he
35. 20 hurl at him by laying of wait, that he die
35. 21 smite him with his hand, that he die
35. 23 with any stone, wherewith a man may die
35. 23 cast (it) upon him, that he die, and (was)
35. 30 against any person (to cause him) to die
Deut 5. 25 why should we die ? for this great fire
5. 25 if we hear the voice, .then we shall die
10. 6 there Aaron died, and there he was buried
13. 10 shalt stone him with stones, that he die
17. 5 stone them with stones, till they die
17. 12 the man that will, .not hearken . .shall d.
1 8. 1 6 neither let me see this, .that I die not
18. 20 prophet which shall presume .. shall die
19. 5 lighteth upon nis neighbour, that he die
19. ii smite him mortally that he die, and fieeth
19. 12 and fetch him thence, .that he may die
20. 5, 6, 7 lest he die in the battle, and another
21. 21 shall stone him with stones, that he die
22. 21 shall stone her with stones that she die
22. 22 they shall both of them die, (both) the m.
22. 24 stone them with stones that they die
22. 25 the man only that lay with her shall die
24. 3 if the latter husband die, which took her
24. 7 that thief shall die; and thou shalt put
25. 5 one of them die, and have no child, the
32. 50 die in the mount whither thou goest up
32. 50 as Aaron thy brother died in mount Hor
33. 6 Let Reuben live, and not die ; and let
34. 5 So Moses . . died there in the land of Moab
Josh. 5. 4 the men of war, died in the wilderness by
10. 1 1 LORD cast down great stones . . and they d.
10. 1 1 (they were) more which died with luulst.
20. 9 not die by the hand of the avenger of
24. 29 it came to pass, .that Joshua, .died
24. 33 Eleazar the son of Aaron died ; and they
Judg. i . 7 brought him to Jerusalem, and there he d.
2. 8 Joshua, .the servant of the LORD, died
2. 21 nations which Joshua left when he died
3. ii And Othniel the son of Kenaz died
4. 21 he was fast asleep and weary : so he died
6. 23 Peace (be) unto thee . . thou shalt not die
6. 30 Bring out thy son, that he may die
8. 32 Gideon the son of Joash died in a good
9. 49 the men of the tower of Shechem died
9. 54 young man thrust him through, and he d.
10. 2 he judged Israel . .and died, and was
30. 5 And Jair died, and was buried in Camon
32. 7 Then died Jephthah the Gileadite, and
32. 10 Then died Ibzan, and was buried at 3eth,
12. 15 Abdon the son of Hillel the Pirathonite d.
33. 22 We shall surely die, because we have
15. 18 now shall I die for thirst, and fall into
16. 30 Samson said, Let me die with the 1 hilis.
Ruth. i. 3 Elimelech, Naomi s husband, died; and
i. 5 Mahlon and Chilion died also both of them
1. 17 Where thou diest, will I die, and there
1 Sa. 2. 33 all the increase of thine house shall die
2. 34 in one day they shall die both of them
4. 10 he died ; for he was an old man, and
5. 12 men that died not were smitten with the
12. 19 Pray for thy servants, .that we die not
14. 39 be in Jonathan my son, he shall surely d.
14. 44 answered, .thou shalt surely die, Jonat.
14. 45 Shall Jonathan die, who hath wrought
14. 45 the people rescued Jonathan, that he died
20. 2 God forbid; thou shalt not die: behold
20. 14 show me the kindness, .that I die not
22. 16 Thou shalt surely die, Ahimelech, thou
25. i Samuel died; and all the Israelites were
25. 37 his heart died within him, and he became
25. 38 that the LORD smote Nabal, that he died
26. io smite him; or his day shall come to die
31. 5 he fell likewise upon his sword, and died
31. 6 So Saul died, and his three sons, and his
2 Sa. i. 15 And he smote him that he died
2. 23 fell down there, and died in the same
2. 23 place where Asahel fell down and died
2. 31 three hundred and threescore men died
3. 27 smote him there, .that he died, for the
3. 33 the king lamented . . and said, Died Abner
6. 7 God smote him . . and there he died by the
10. 3 the king of the children of Ammon died
30. 18 and smoteShobach the captain, .who died
11. 15 that he may be smitten, and die
ii. 17 and Uriah the Uittite died also
11. 21 cast a piece of a millstone, .that he died
12. 13 hath put away thy sin; thou shalt not die
12. 14 child also (that is) born, .shall surely die
12. 18 And it came to pass, .that the child died
14. 14 we must needs die, and (are) as water
17. 23 and hanged himself, and died, and was
18. 3 neither if half of us die, will they care
18. 33 wouldGod I had died for thee, O Absalom
19. 6 if Absalom had lived, and all we had died
19. 23 king said unto Shimei, Thou shalt not die
19. 37 that I may die in mine own city, (and be)
20. io and struck him not again ; and he died
24. 15 there died of the people from Dan even
i Ki. i. 52 if wickedness, .be found, .he shall die
2. i days of David drew nigh, .he should die
2. 35 and he fell upon him that he died
2. 30 And he said, Nay; but I will die here
2. 37 for certain that thou shalt surely die
2. 42 day thou goest out . . thou shalt surely die
2. 46 went out, and fell upon him, that he died
3. 19 And this woman s child died in the night
12. ig alj Israel stoned him. .that he died
14. ii Him that dieth of Jeroboam in the city
14. ii him that dieth in the field shall the
DIE 255 DIFFERENCE
1 KJ. 14. 12 enter into the city, the child shall die
14. 17 came to the threshold, .the child died
1 6. 4 Him that dieth of Baasha in the city
r6. 4 him that dieth of his in the fields shall
16. 18 burnt the king s house over him. .anddied
1 6. 22 so Tibni died, and Omri reigned
17. 12 and my son, that we may eat it, and die
19. 4 requested for himself that he might die
21. 10 carry him out, and stone him, that he. .d.
21.13 and stoned him with stones, that he died
21. 24 Him that dieth of Ahab in the city the
21. 24 him that dieth in the field shall the fowls
22. 35 was stayed up in his chariot, .and died
22. 37 the king died, and was brought to Sama.
2 Ki. i. 4, 6, 16 Thou shalt not come., but shalt.. die
1. 17 he died according to the word of the LORD
4. 20 he sat on her knees till noon, and . . died
7. 3 they said . . Why sit we here until we die ?
7. 4 famine (is) in the city, and we shall die
7. 4 and if we sit still here, we die also
7. 4 and if they kill Us, we shall but die
7. 20 trode upon him in the gate, and he died
8. 10 hath showed me that he shall surely die
8.15 and spread (it) on his face, so that he died
9. 27 And he fled to Megiddo, and died there
12. 21 his servants, smote him, and he died
13. 14 sick of his sickness whereof he died
13. 20 And Elisha died, and they buried him
13. 24 Hazael king of Syria died ; and Ben-hadad
18. 32 take you away, .ye may live, and not die
20. i for thou shalt die, and not live
23. 34 and he came to Egypt, and died there
25. 25 smote Gedaliah, that he died, and the
i Ch. i. 51 Hadad died also. And the dukes of Ed.
2. 30 but Seled died without children
2. 32 and Jether died without children
10. 5 he fell likewise on the sword, and died
io. 6 So Saul died, and his three sons
10. 6 and all his house died together
io. 13 Saul died for his transgression which he
13. io smote him . .and there he died before God
19. i the king of the children of Ammon died
23. 22 And Eleazar died, and had no sons, but
24. 2 Nadab and Abihu died before their father
29. 28 he died in a good old age, full of days
a Ch.io. 18 and. .stoned him with stones, that he died
13. 20 and the LORD struck him, and he died
16. 13 died in the one and fortieth year of his
1 8. 34 the time of the sun going down he died
21. 19 bowels fell out. ..so he died of sore diseases
24. 15 and was full of days when he died
24. 25 slew him on his bed, and he died : and
25. 4 The fathers shall not die for the children
25. 4 neither shall the children die forthe fath.
25. 4 but every man shall die for his own sin
32. ii persuade you to give over yourselves to d.
35. 24 they brought him to Jerusalem, and he d.
Job 2. 9 Then said his wife, .curse God, and die
3. ii Why died I not from the womb? (why)
4. 21 go away? they die, even without wisdom
12. 2 No doubt . . and wisdom shall die with you
14. 8 and the stock thereof die in the ground
14. io But man dieth, and wasteth away ; yea
14. 14 If a man die, shall he live (again)? all
21. 23 One dieth in his full strength, being
21. 25 another dieth in the bitterness of his soul
34. 20 In a moment shall they die, and the peo.
36. 14 They die in youth, and their life (is)
42. 17 So Job died, (being) old and full of days
Psa. 41. 5 When shall he die, and his name perish?
49. io For he seeth (that) wise men die, likewise
82. 7 ye shall die like men, and fall like one of
1 18. 17 I shall not die, but live, and declare the
Prov. 5. 23 He shall die without instruction ; and in
10. 21 feed many: but fools die for want of wisd.
15. io (and) he that hateth reproof shall die
19.16 (but) he that despiseth his ways shall die
13. 13 for (if) thou beatest. .he shall not die
30. 7 Two (things) . . deny me . . not before I die
Eccl. 2. 16 And how dieth the wise (man)? as the fool
3. 2 A time to be born, and a time to die
7. 17 why shouldest thou die before thy time?
9. 5 For the living know that they shall die :
Im. 22. 13 eat and drink, for tomorrow we shall die
22. 14 shall not be purged from you till ye die
22. 18 there shalt thou die, and there the char.
38. i Set . .in order : for thou shalt die, and not
50. 2 their fish stinketh . . and dieth for thirst
51. 6 they that dwell therein shall die in like
51. 12 be afraid of a man (that) shall die, and
51. 14 that he should not die in the pit, nor that
59. 5 he that eateth of their eggs dieth, and
65. 20 the child shall die an hundred years old
66. 24 for their worm shall not die, neither shall
Jer. 11.21 Prophesy not. .that thou die not by our
11. 22 the young men shall die by the sword
11. 22 their sons and their daughters shall die
16. 4 They shall die of grievous deaths ; they
16. 6 Both the great and the small shall die in
20. 6 there thou shalt die, and shalt be buried
21. 6 both man and beast : they shall die of a
21. 9 He that abideth in this city shall die by
22. 12 But he shall die in the place whither they
12. 26 intoanothercountry..andthereishallyed.
26. 8 took him, saying, Thou shalt surely die
17. 13 Why will ye die, thou and thy people by
28. 16 this year thou shalt die, because thou hast
28. 17 Hananiah the prophet died the same year
31. 30 every one shall die for his own iniquity
34. 4 Thus saith the LORD . .Thou shalt not die
34. 5 (But) thou shalt die in peace : and with
37. 20 cause me not to return, .lest I die there
Jer. 38. 2 He that remaineth in this city shall die
38. 10 take up Jeremiah the prophet . . before he d.
38. 24 Let no man know, .and thou shalt not die
38. 26 he would not cause me to return, .to die
42. :6 famine. . shall follow, .and there ye shall d.
42. 17 they shall die by the sword, by the famine
42. 22 know certainly that ye shall die by the
44. 12 shall die, from the least, .unto the great.
Eze. 3. 18 Thou shalt surely die; and thou givest
3. 1 8 the same wicked (man) shall die in his
3. 19 he shall die in his iniquity; but thou hast
3. 20 a stumbling block before him, he shall d.
3. 20 he shall die in his sin, and his righteous.
5. 12 A third part of thee shall die with the
6. 12 He that is far off shall die of the pestilence
6. 12 he that, .is besieged shall die by the
7. 15 he that (is) in the field shall die with the
n. 13 that Palatiah the son of Benaiah died
12. 13 shall not see it, though he shall die there
13. 19 to slay the souls that should not die, and
17.16 (even) with him in the midst . . he shall die
1 8. 4, 20 the soul that sinneth, it shall die
18. 13 he shall surely die ; his blood shall be
1 8. 17 he shall not die for the iniquity of his
18. 18 lo, even he shall die in his iniquity
1 8. 21, 28 he shall surely live, he shall not die
18. 24 in his sin. .he hath sinned, .shall he die
18. 26 committeth iniquity, and dieth in them
1 8. 26 iniquity that he hath done shall he die
18. 31 for why will ye die, O house of Israel ?
1 8. 32 no pleasure in the death of him that die.
24. 18 at even my wife died ; and I did in the
28. 8 thou shalt die the deaths of (them that
28. 10 Thou shalt die the deaths of the
33. 8 wicked (man), thuu shalt surely die
33. 8 that wicked (man) shall die in his iniquity
33. 9 if he do not turn . he shall die in his
33. ii for why will ye die, O house of Israel ?
33. 13 but for his iniquity, .he shall die fur it
33. 14 I say unto the wicked, Thou shalt surely d.
33. 15 he shall surely live, he shall not die
33. 18 committeth iniquity, he shall even die
33. 27 they, .in the caves shall die of the
Hos. 13. i but when he offended in Baal, he died
Amos 2. 2 Moab shall die with tumult, with
6. 9 if there remain ten men. .they shall die
7. ii Jeroboam shall die by the sword, and
7. 17 and thou shalt die in a polluted land
9. 10 the sinners of my people shall die by the
Jon. 4. 8 he fainted, and wished in himself to die
Hab. i. 12 my God, mine Holy One ? we shall not d.
Zech.n. 9 that that dieth, let it die ; and that that
3. To be put to death, mo muth, 6.
Eze. 1 8. 13 he shall surely die ; his blood shall be
4. To fall, Vsi naphaL
Gen. 25. 1 8 he died in the presence of all his breth.
5. To die of or away, atroOvfiffKco apothnesko.
Matt. 22. 24 Moses said, If a man die, having no
22. 27 And last of all the woman died also
26. 35 Though I should die with thee, yet
Marki2. 19 If a man s brother die, and leave (his)
12. 20 first took a wife, and dying left no seed
12. 21 the second took her, and died, neither
12. 22 last of all the woman died also
Lukei6. 22 the beggar died, and was carried by
16. 22 the rich man also died, and was buried
20. 28 If any man s brother die, having a wife
20. 28 he die without chijdren, that his brother
20. 29 took a wife, and died without children
20. 30 the second took her to wife, and he died
20 31 and they left no children, and died
20. 32 Last of all the woman died also
20. 36 Neither can they die any more : for
John 4. 49 Sir, come down ere my child die
6. 50 that a man may eat thereof, and not die
S. 21 ye shall seek me, and shall die in your
8. 24, 24 ye shall die in your sins
ii. 16 Let us also go, that we may die with him
ii. 26 And whosoever liveth. .shall never die
ii. 32 hadst been here, my brether had not died
11. 37 that even this man should not have died ?
IT. 50 that one man should die for the people
:i. 51 that Jesus should die for that nation
12. 24 Except a corn of wheat fall, .and die
12. 24 but if it die, it bringeth forth much fruit
12. 33 signifying what death he should die
1 8. 32 signifying what death he should die
19. 7 We have a law . . by our law he ought to d.
21. 23 that that disciple should not die
21. 23 Jesus said not unto him, He shall not d.
Acts 9. 37 it came to pass, .that she was sick, and d.
21. 13 but also to die at Jerusalem for the
25. ii thing worthy of death, I refuse not to d.
Horn. 5. 6 in due time Christ died for the ungodly
5. 7 scarcely for a righteous man will one die
5. 7 a good man some would even dare to die
5. 8 while we were yet sinners, Christ died for
6. 9 Christ being raised from the dead dieth
6. 10 in that he died, he died unto sin once
7. 9 when the commandment came. .1 died
8. 13 For if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die
8. 34 (It is) Christ that died, yea rather
14. 7 For none, .and no man dieth to himself
14. 8 whether we die, we die unto the Lord
14. 8 whetherwe live . . or die, we are the Lord s
14. 9 For to this end Christ both died, and rose
14. 15 Destroy not him . .for whom Christ died
i Co. 8. ii weak brother perish, for whom Christ d. ?
9. 15 for (it were) better for me to die
15. 3 how that Christ died for our sins accord.
1 Co. 15. 22 For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ
15. 31 which I have in Christ Jesus. .1 die daily
13. 32 eat and drink; for tomorrow we die
15. 36 that, .is not quickened, except it die
2 Co. 5. 14 that if one died for all, then were all dead
5. 15 (that) he died for all, that they which live
5. 15 him which died for them, and rose again
6. 9 ns dying, and, behold, we live ; as chast.
Phil. i. 21 to live (is) Christ, and to die (is) gain
i Th. 4. 14 if we believe that Jesus died and row
5. io Who died for us, that, whether we wake
Heb. 7. 8 And here men that die receive tithes
9. 27 And as it is appointed unto men once to d.
10. 28 He that despised Moses law died without
11. 13 These all died in faith, not having receiv.
Rev. 3. 2 things which remain, that are ready to d.
8. 9 which were in the sea, and had life, died
8. ii and many men died of the waters
9. 6 and shall desire to die ; and death shall
14. 13 Blessed (are) the dead which die in the
16. 3 and every living soul died in the sea;
6. To lose off, destroy, air6\\v/j.t apollumi.
JohniS. 14 that one man should [die] for the people
7. To die, be dying, OV/JO-KW thnesko.
John ii. 21 hadst been here, my brother had not died
8. To end (life), TeAetrraco leleulad.
Matt 15. 4 curseth father or mother, let him die the
Mark 7. io curseth father or mother, let him die the
9. 44 Where their worm dieth not, and the fire
9. 46, 48 Where their worm dieth not, and the
Luke 7. 2 servant, who. .was sick, and ready to die
Acts 7. 15 Jacob went down into Egypt, and died
Heb. ii. 22 Joseph, when he died, made mention of
9. To destruction, tis a.iruiKfia.v eis apoleian.
Acts 25. 16 to deliver any man to die, before that he
DIE, to cause to
To put to death, cause to die, niD muih, 5.
i Sa. 28. 9 snare for my life, to cause me to die t
DIE, to be like to, or must
To die, n C muth.
Deut. 4. 22 I must die in this land, I must not go
31. 14 thy days approach that thou must die
1 Sa. 14. 43 that (was) in mine hand, .lo, I must die
Jer. 38. 9 he is like to die for hunger in the place
DIE with, to
To die off with, avvairoQvT](TK<a sunapothnesko.
Marki4. 31 If I should die with thee, I will not deny
2 Co. 7. 3 ye are in our hearts to die and live with
DIED
Death, nio maveth.
Gen. 50. 16 Thy father did command before he died
Num 26. io with Koran, when that company died
33. 39 hundred and twenty three .. when he died
Deut 34. 7 hundred and twenty years old when he d.
2 Ch. 24. 15 hundred and thirty years, .when he died
24. 22 when he died, he said, The LORD look
Isa. 6. i the year that king Uzziah died I saw
14. 28 In the year that king Ahaz died was this
DIED, which
Fallen, thing, carcase, n^>33
nebelah.
Lev. 17. 15 that eateth that which died (of itself)
DIET
Usual or customary diet or allowance, rin~<Karuchah.
Jer. 52. 34 (for) his diet, there was a continual diet
DIETH of itself, (beast that)
Fallen thing, carcase, n^>3J
nebelah.
Lev. 7. 24 the fat of the beast that dieth of itself
22. S That which dieth of itself, or is torn
Deut 14. 21 not eat (of) any thing that dieth of itself
Eze. 4. 14 not eaten of that which dieth of itself
DIFFER from, to
To bear or carry diversely, Siatptpu diaphero.
i 00.15. 4 1 (one) star differeth from (another) star
Gal. 4. i differeth nothing from a servant, though
DIFFER, to make to
To judge diversely, SiaKpivw diakrine.
i Co. 4. 7 whomaketh thee to differ (from another)?
DIFFERENCE
1. Division, act of dividing, Siaiptffts diairesis.
i Co. 12. 5 there are differences of administrations
2.A sending apart, distinction, Siaffro\ri diastole.
Rom. 3. 22 and upon all them, .there is no difference
io. 12 there is no difference between the Jew
DIFFERENCE between
To divide into parts, ptpifa merizo.
i Co. 7. 34 There is difference (also) between a wife
DIFFERENCE, to make a
1. To separate, Vi3 badal, 5.
Lev. ii. 47 To make a difference between the unclean
2. To judge diversely, Siaxpivia diakrino.
Jude 22 of some have compassion, making a difl.
DIFFERENCE, to put (a)
1.2*0 separate, Sip badal, 5.
Lev. io. io that ye may put difference between holy
20. 25 therefore put difference between clean
Eze. 22. 26 they have put no difference between the
DIFFERING
2. 7*o make a separation, nSp palah, 5.
Exodn. 7 the LORD doth put a difference between
3. 7*o judge diversely, StaxpiVo) diakrino.
Acts 15. q put no difference between us and them
DIFFERING
Bearing diversely, different, $td<popos diaphoros.
Rom 12. 6 Having then gifts differing according to
DIG, to
1.7*0 seek, dig, search, 15-1 chajiti tr.
Gen. 21. 30 witness unto me, that I have digged this
26. 15 which his father s servants had digged
26. 1 8 Isaac digged again the wells of water
26. 18 which they had digged in the days of
6. 19 Isaac s servants digged in the valley, and
26. 21 they digged another well, and strove for
26. 22 removed from thence, and digged another
26. 52 concerning the well which they had dig.
Exod. 7. 24 the Egyptians digged round about the
Nunm. 18 The princes digged the well, the nobles of
Deut23. 13 thou shalt dig therewith, and shalt turn
Job 3. 21 and dig for it more than for hid treasures
11. 18 yea, thou shalt dig (about thee, and) thou
Psa. 7. 15 He made apU, ai>d digged it, and is fallen
35. 7 (which) without cause they have digged
EccLic. 8 He that diggeth a pit shall fall into it
Jer. 13. 7 I went to Euphrates, and digged, and
2. To hew, dig, 3yn cJiatsab.
Deut. 6. ii and wells digged, which thou diggedst
8. 9 out of whose hills thou luayest dig brass
2 Ch.26. 10 he built towers, .and digged many wells
Neh. 9. 35 houses full of all goods, wells digged
3. To dig through, inn chathar.
Eze. 8. 8 dignow in the wall: and when I had digged
12. 5 Dig thou through the wall in their sight
12. 7 I digged through the wall with mine hand
12. 12 they shall dig through the wall to carry
Amos 9. 2 Though they dig into hell, thence shall
4. To dig, prepare, .TIJ karah.
Gen. 26. 25 and there Isaac s servants digged a well
50. 5 in my grave which I have digged for me
Exod2i. 33 if a man .nail dig a pit, and not cover
Num2i. 18 the nobles of the people digged it, by (the) Job 6. 27 ye overwhelm the fatherless, and ye aig
Psa. 57. 6 they have digged a pit before me, into the
119. 85 The proud have digged pits for me, which
Prov 16. 27 An ungodly man diggeth up evil
26. 27 Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall therein
Jer. 18. 20 for they have digged a pit for my soul
18. 22 for they have digged a pit to take me
5.7*0 dig, "lip qur.
2 Ki. 19. 24 I have digged and drunk strange waters
Isa. 37. 25 I have digged, and drunk water ; and with
6.7*0 dig, opiHTffia orussO, opvrTta.
Matt2i. 33 digged a wine press in it, and built a
25. 18 digged in the earth, and hid his lord s
Marki2. i digged (a place for) the winefat, and built
7. To delve, scoop, hollow out, o-airrco skapto.
Luke 6. 48 man which built an house, and digged
13. 8 till I shall dig about it, and dung (it)
16. 3 I cannot dig ; to beg I am ashamed
DIG down, to
1. To root out, ~\j}y aqar, 3.
Gen. 49. 6 in their self will they digged down a wall
2. 7*o delve beneath, undermine, Karaa-ndir-rca kata.
Rom ii. 3 killed thy prophets, and digged down
DIG through, to
To dig through, TTIJ chathar.
Job 24. 16 they dig through houses (which) they
DIGGED, to be
1. To be prepared, digged, mj karah, 2.
Psa. 94. 13 until the pit be digged for the wicked
2. 7*o be picked out, ip) naqar, 4.
Isa. 51. i the hole of the pit (whence) ye are digged
3. 7*o be set in order, arranged, "njf adar, 2
Isa. 5. 6 it shall not be pruned nor digged
7. 25 (on) all hills that shall be digged
DIGNITY
I. Greatness, n^"!| gedulak.
Esth. 6. 3 What honour and dignity hath been done
Z.High place, cny marom.
EccLio. 6 Folly is set in great dignity, and the
3.A lifting up, exaltation, nxip seeth.
Gen. 49. 3 excellency of dignity, and the excellency
Hab. i. 7 their dignity shall proceed of themselves
4.Glory, esteem, reputation, $6a doxa.
2 Pe. 2. 10 not afraid to speak evil of dignities
Jude 8 despise dominion . . speak evil of dignities
DIE -LAH, n^ palm grove.
A son of Joktan of the family of Shem whose offspring
inhabited a district in Arabia, B c 2240.
Gen. 10. 27 And Hadoram, and Uzal, and D.
i Ch. i. 21 Hadoram also, and Uzal, and D,
DIL -EAN, ;y^i gourd.
A city in the plains of Judah.
Joah 15. 38 And D., and Mizpeh, and Joktheel
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DILIGENCE
\.Ouard, charge, 175*? mishmar.
Prov. 4. 23 Keep thy heart with all diligence ; for out
2. Work, tpyao-ia ergasia.
Lukei2. 58 give diligence that thou mayest be deliv.
3. Haste, speed, ffirovSii spoude.
Rom. 12. 8 he that ruleth, with diligence ; he that
2 Co. 8. 7 fin) all diligence, and (in) your love to us
Heb. 6. ii up bhow the same diligence to the full
2 Pe. i. 5 giving all diligence, add to your faitli
Jude 3 when I gave all diligence to write unto
DILIGENCE, to do or give
To use haste or speed, crtrovftdfa spoudazij.
2 Ti. 4. 9 Do thy diligence to come shortly unto me
4. 21 Do thy diligence to come before winter
2 Pe. i. 10 give diligence to make your calling and
DILIGENT -
l.To be searched out, ai) chaphas, 4.
Psa. 64. 6 they accomplish a diligent search
^.Diligent, sharp pointed, determined, j nri charuts.
Prov 10. 4 the hand of the diligent maketh rich
12. 24 The hand of the diligent shall bear rule
12. 27 substance of a diligent man (is) precious
13. 4 soul of the diligent shall be made fat
21. 5 The thoughts of the diligent (tend) only
3.7*0 do good or well, 29: yatab, 5.
Deut 13. 14 enquire, and make search, and ask dilit;.
17. 4 hast heard (of it,) and enquired diligently
19. 18 judges shall make diligent inquisitioi.
i. Might, 1x7 mead.
Deut 4. g keep thy soul diligently, lest thou forget
24. 8 that thou observe diligently, and do
Josh 22. 5 take diligent heed to do the commandm.
Psa. 119. 4 commanded (us) to keep. . precepts dilige.
Jer. 2. 10 send unto Kedar, and consider diligently
5. Hasty, hasting, Yno inahir.
Prov 22. 29 Seest thou a man diligent in his business?
Q. Hasting, speedy, erirouSaios spoudaios.
3 Co. 8. 22 we have oftentimes proved diligent in
8. 22 but now much more diligent, upon the
DILIGENT, to be
1. To know, be acquainted with, y~l yadx.
Prov 27. 23 Be thou diligent to know the state of
2. To use haste or speed, ffirovSdfa spoudazo.
Tit. 3. 12 be diligent to come unto me to Nicopoiis
2 Pet 3. 14 be diligent that ye may be found of him
DILIGENTLY [Sec DILIGENT.]
I. Honourably, diligently, nn-m adraida..
Ezra 7. 23 let it be diligently done for the house
2. Attention, :y$. qesheb.
Isa. 21. 7 he hearkened diligently with much heed
^.Accurately, exactly, aicpiBuis akribos.
Matt. 2. 8 search diligently for the young child
Acts 1 8. 25 he spake and taught diligently the things
^.Carefully, with anxiety, eiri/j.f\cl>s epimtUs.
Luke 15 8 and seek diligently till she find (it)?
5. Hastily, speedily, <rtrov5a(<as spondaios.
Titus 3. 13 Bring Zenas ..and Apollos. .diligently
DILIGENTLY, very
More speedily or hastily, ffTrovSaiortpov spmidaiot.
2 Ti. i. 17 he sought me out very diligently, and
[See also Consider, observe, seek, teach.]
DIM, to be
1.7*0 be or become dark or dim, ^yri chashak.
Lam. 5 17 for these (things) our eyes are dim
2. To be or become weak, nrtj kahah.
Gen. 27. i when Isaac was old, and his eyes were d.
Deut 34, 7 his eye was not dim, nor his natural force
Job 17. 7 Mine eye also is dim by reason of sorrow
3. To look, be dazzled, nyy shaali.
Isa. 32. 3 eyes of them that see shall not be dim
4 To be heavy, weighty, 135 kabed.
Gen. 48. 10 Now the eyes of Israel were dim for age
5.7*0 stand, stand still, O p qum.
i Sam 4. 15 his eyes were dim, that he could not see
DIK, to become
To become concealed, darkened, DIJJ; amam, 6.
Lam. 4. i How is the gold become dim ! (how) is the
DIM, to wax
Becoming weak, dim, nng kehah.
i Sa. 3. 2 and his eyes began to wax dim, (that) he
DIMINISH, to
1.7*0 diminish, withdraw, JT3J gara.
Exod 5. 8 ye shall not diminish (ought) thereof
si. :c her duty of marriage, shall he not dimin.
Deut 4. 2 neither shall ye diminish <im;, V.t) from it
12. 32 not add thereto, nor diminish from it
jer. 26. 2 to speak unto them ; diminish not a won!
Eze. s- it therefore will I also diminish (thee)
16. 27 I. .have diminished thine ordinary (food)
2. To make few or small, DV? moat, 5.
Lev. 25. 16 thou shall diminish the price of it
Ezo. 29. 15 I will diminish them, that they shall no
DIPPED
DIMINISHED, to be
1.7*0 be diminished, withdrawn, JT3J gara, "1.
Exod 5. 1 1 not ought of your work shall be dimin.
2. To be or become few or little, Bfiip moat..
Pro. 13. ii Wealth (gotten) by vanity shall be dim.
Isa. 21. 17 the mighty men. .shall be diminished
Jer. 29. 6 may be increased there, and not dimin
DIMINISHING
-1 being less, smaller, v.-orse, ^TTTJJUCE hettema.
Rom ii. 12 the diminishing of them the riches of the
DLM -NAH, njc^j dung.
A Levitical city of Zehulun. In i Ch. 6. 77 occurs
Rimmon (more accurately Kimmono), which may be a
variation of Dimuah, yet Rimmou is probably the real
name.
Josh.2i. 35 D. with her suburbs, Nahalal with her
DIMNESS
I. Dimness, weariness, ]ip3 muaph.
Isa. 9. i the dimness (shall) not (be) such as (was)
2. Dimness, weariness, *\*yQ mauph.
Isa. 8. 22 trouble and darkness, dimness of anguish
DI -MON, pen river bed.
A city of Moab, the same as Dibon, (Xo i.)
Isa 15. 9 For the waters of D. shall be full of blood
15. 9 for I will bring more upon D., lions upon
DI-MO -NAH, njici. A city in the S. of Judah, probably the same as Dibon
(See Dibon No 3.)
Josh 15. 22 And Kinah, and D., and Adadah
DI -NAH, n:n judged or avenged.
Daughter of Jacob by Leah ; she was violated by Shechem
sou of Hamor when about 14 or is years of age,
B.C. 1740.
Gen. 30. 21 bare a daughter, and called her name D
34. i D the daughter of Leah, -pinch she bare
34. 3 And his soul clave unto D. the daughter
34. 5 Jacob heard that he had defiled D. his
34. 13 and said, because he had denied D. their
34 25 Simeon and Levi, D. s brethren, took each
34. 26 and took D out of Shechem s house, and
46. 15 she bare unto Jacob., with his daughter D.
DI-NA-ITES, N n-
Assyrian tribe carried to Samaria by Shalmaneser.
B.C. 721-678
Ezra 4. o Then (wrote) . . the D. , the Apharsathchites
DINE, to
1.7*0 eat, h:x, akal.
Gen. 43. 16 for (these) men shall dine with me at noon
2. 7*o breakfast, dpicrrdu aristad.
Luke ii. 37 Pharisee besought him to dine with him
John2i. 12 Jesus saith unto them, Come (and) dine
21. 15 when they had dined, Jesus saith to Sim.
DLN-HA -BAH, n^rrri.
The capital and probably birthplace of Bela son of
Beor, king of Edom, a Horite.
Gen. 36. 32 and the name of his city (was) D.
i Ch. i. 43 and the name of his city (was) D.
DIJOTER
1. Usual or customary dish, "^"JR aruchah.
Prov. 15. 17 Better (is) a dinner of herbs where love
2. Breakfast, dpiarov ariston.
Matt22. 4 I have prepared my dinner : my oxen ar. i
Lukei i. 38 that he had not first washed before dinner
14. 12 When thou makest a dinner or a supper
DIO-KY-SI -TTS, Aiovvffios.
A convert, a member of the supreme court at Athens.
Acts 17. 34 among the which (was) D. the Areopaglte
DI-0-TRSVPHES, AiorpK^y. A disciple that loved pre-eminence.
3 John 9 I wrote unto the church : but D. . .reoeiv
DIP, to
1.7*0 moisten, besprinkle, V;p tabal.
Gen. 37. 31 and dipped the coat in the blood
Exod 1 2. 22 dip (it) in the blood that (is) in the basin
Lev. 4. 6 the priest shall dip his finger in the blood
4. 17 the priest shall dip his finger (in some) of
9. 9 he dipped his finger in the blood, and put
14. 6 shall dip them and the living bird in the
14. 16 the priest shall dip his right finger in
14. 51 dip them in the blood of the slain bint
Nunvig. 18 dip (it) in the water, and sprinkle (it)
Deut 33. 24 and let him dip his foot in oil
Ruth 2. 14 and dip thy morsel in the vinegar
1 Sa. 14. 27 dipped it in an honeycomb, and put his
2 Ki. 5. 14 and dipped himself seven times in Jorda,
8. 15 dipped (it) in water, and spread (it) on
2. To dip, Pdirrca bapto.
Lukei6. 24 may dip the tip of Ms finger in water
Johni3. 26 I shall give a sop, when I have dipped (it)
Rev. 19. 13 clothed with a vesture dipped in blood
3. 7*o dip in, ^u/SoirTw embaptO.
Matt 26. 23 He that dippeth (his) hand with me in
Mnrki4. 20 one of the twelve, that dippeth with me
John 13. 26 when he had dipped the sop, he gave (it)
DIPPED, to be
1.7*0 be moistened, S;^ tabal, 2.
Josh. 3. 15 were dipped in the brim of the water
DIRECT 257 DISCIPLE
2. To smite, dash, pip machats.
Psa. 68. j 3 Tliat thy foot may be dipped in the blood
DIRECT, to
1. To understand, J 3 bin. [v.l.. as No. 4.]
Prov. 21. 29 (as for) the upright, he directeth his way
2. To shout, show, direct, .TV yarah, f>.
Gen. 46. 28 to direct his face unto Goshen
3. To keep straight, direct, ~\9, yashar, 3.
Prov. 3. 6 acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy
ii. 5 righteousness of the perfect shall direct
Isa. 45. 13 and I will direct all his ways
4. To prepare, establish, pa kun, 5.
Prov 16. 9 but the LOKD directeth his steps
Jer. 10. 23 not in man that wulketh to direct his
5. To make fnjht, itfj kosher, 5.
Keel. 10. 10 but wisdom (is) profitable to direct
6. To give, JJ?j nathan.
Isa. 61. 81 will direct their work in truth, and I
7. To arrange, set in array, Tpy arak.
Job 32. 14 hath not directed (his) words against me
Psa. 5. 3 in the morning will I direct (my prayer)
8.To direct, let loose, rryp sharah.
Job 37. 3 He directeth it under the whole heaven
9. To weigh, ponder, mete out, jan takan, J5.
Isa. 40. 13 Who hath directed the Spirit of the LORD
10. To make thoroughly straight, KartvOvvta.
1 Th. 3. ii Lord Jesus Christ, direct our way unto
2 Th. 3. 5 the Lord direct your hearts into the love
DIRECTED, to be
To be prepared, established, pa kun, 2.
Psa. 1 19. 5 O that my ways were directed to keep
DIRECTLY
\.Bending to, direct, ]
in hagin.
Eze. 42. 12 the way directly before the wall toward
2.0ver against, straight forward, roi nokach.
Num 19. 4 sprinkle of her blood directly before the
DIRT
1. Mire, mud, B B tit.
Psa. 18. 42 cast them out as the dirt in the streets
Isa. 57. 20 whose waters cast up mire and dirt
2. Dung, fundament, porch, npshs parshedonah.
Judg. 3. 22 out of his belly ; and the dirt came out
DISALLOW,, to
t.To discourage, break, disallow, R l no, 5.
Nurn30. 5 if her father disallow her in the day that
30. 5 because her father disallowed her
30. 8 if her husband disallowed her on the day
30. ii held his peace at her, (and) disallowed
2. To disapprove off", aTro5oKi/jia.{a apodokinwz.. (
i Pe. 2. 4 disallowed indeed ot :uen, L>ia chosen of
a. 7 the stone which the builders disallowed
DISANNUL, to
l.Tti /irenk, make cold, T\ parar, 5.
Job 40. 8 Wilt thou also disannul my judgment ?
Isa. 14. 27 hath purposed, and who shall disannul
2. To put aside, adereca atheteo.
Gal. 3. 15 no man disannulled, or addeth thereto
3. To dfprice of lordship, anvpota akurof>.
Gal. 3. 17 the covenant, .cannot disannul, that it
DISANNULLED, to be
To be covered, weakened, 153 kaphar, 4.
Isa. 28. 1 8 covenant with death shall be disannulled
DISANNULLING
A putting aside, dflerTjim athetesis.
Heb. 7. 18 there is verily a disannulling of the com.
DISAPPOINT, to
1. To break, make void, ~n$ parar, 5.
Job 5. 12 disappointeth the devices of the crafty
2. To go or come be/ore, Di[3 qadam, 3.
Psa. 17. 13 Arise, O LORD, disappoint him, cast him
DISAPPOINTED, to be
To break, make void, Ti parar, 5.
Prov. 15. 22 Without counsel purposes are disappoint.
DISCERN, to
I. To understand, consider, discern, } 3 bin.
Prov. 7. 7 I discerned among the youths, a young
2.7V* cause to understand, instruct, ] ? bin, 5.
i Ki. 3. 9 that I may discern between good and bad
3. To know, be acquainted with, in; yada.
Eccl. 8. 5 and a wise man s heart discerneth both
4. To discern, acknowledge, 13J nakar, 5.
Gen. 27. 23 he discerned him not, because his hands
31. 32 before our brethren discern thou what (is)
38. 25 Discern, I pray thee, whose (are) these
1 Ki.2o. 41 the king of Israel discerned him that he
5. To see, ni>n raah.
Mai. 3. 18 discern between the righteous and the
6. To hear, yyy sharna.
2 Sa. 14. 17 so (is) my lord the king* to discern good
i Ki. 3. ii asEed .. understanding to discern
7. To judge closely, examine, a.vaKpiv<a anakrino.
i Co. 2. 14 because they are spiritually discerned
33
8. To judge tlwrvugkly, StaKpiixa diakrino.
Matt 16. 3 ye can discern the face of the sky
1 Co. 1 1. 29 drinketh. .not discerning the Lord s bod;
9. To make proof, 8oKifj.a.fa dokimazo.
Lukei2. 56 ye can discern the face of the sky and
12. 56 how is it that ye do not discern this time
10. Toward a thorough judging, irpbs SiaKpiffiv.
Heb. 5. 14 exercised to discern both good and evil
DISCERN, can
1.7"o know, be acquainted with, JTV yada.
2 Sa. 19. 35 (and) can I discern between good and evil?
Jon. 4. 1 1 that cannot discern between their right
2. To understand, consider, discern, [ ? bin.
Job 6. 30 cannot my taste discern perverse things?
3.7*9 discern, acknowledge, n?} nakar, 5.
Ezra 3. 13 tho i>eoplo could not discern the noise
Job 4. 16 It stood still, but I could not discern the
DISCERN, to cause
7*0 cause to know or discern, in; yada, 5.
Eze. 44. 23 and cause them to discern between the
DISCERNER
Critic, judge, KOITIKOS kritikos.
Heb. 4. 12 and (is) a discerner of the thoughts and
DISCERNING
,-1 thorough judging, SidicpuTis diakrisis.
i Co. 12. 10 prophecy; to another discerning of spirits
DISCHARGE
A sending away, nrbyo mishlachath.
Eccl. 8. 8 and (there is) no discharge in (that) war
DISCHARGED, to cause to be
To spread out, J 5} naphats, 3.
i Ki. 5. 9 and will cause them to be discharged
DISCIPLE
\.Tawjht or trained one, "ire? limmud.
Isa. 8. 16 Bind up. .seal the law among my discip.
2. Tauyht or trained one, fj.ad7]T^s inathetis.
Matt. 5. i when he was set, his disciples came unto
8. 21 another of his disciples said unto him
8. 23 when he was entered . . his disciples
8. 25 [his disciples] cam* to (him), and awoke
9. 10 and sat down with him and his disciples
9. 1 1 they said unto his disciples, Why eateth
9. 14 Then came to him the disciples of John
9. 14 Pharisees fast oft, but thy disciples fast
9. 19 and followed him, and (so did) his disci.
9. 37 Then saith he unto his disciples, The
10. i he had called unto (him) his twelve disc.
10. 24 The disciple is not above (his) master
.0. 25 It is enough for the disciple that he be as
10. 43 shall give, .only in the name of a disciple
11. i an end of commanding his twelve discip.
11. 2 when John had heard . . he sent two . . di.
12. i his disciples were an hungered, and
12. 2 thy disciples do that which is not lawful
12. 49 stretched forth his hand toward his disc.
13. 10 the disciples came, and said unto him
13. 36 his disciples came unto him, saying
14. 12 his disciples came, and took up the body
14. 15 when it was evening, his disciples came"
14. 19 loaves to (his) disciples, and the disciples
14. 22 straightway Jesus constrained his discip.
14. eS when the disciples saw him walking
15. 2 Why do thy disciples transgress the
15. 12 Then came his disciples, and said unto
15. 23 his disciples came and besought him
15. 32 Then Jesus called his disciples (unto him)
15. 33 his disciples say unto him, Whence
15. 36 gave to his disciples, and the disciples to
16. 5 when his disciples were come to the
1 6. 13 he asked his disciples, saying. Whom do
16. 20 Then charged he his disciples that they
16. 21 began Jesus to show unto his disciples
16. 24 Then said Jesus unto his disciples, If
17. 6 when the disciples heard
(it), they fell
17. 10 his disciples asked him, saying, Why
17. 13 Then the disciples understood that he
17. 16 I brought him to thy disciples, and they
17. 19 Then came the disciples to Jesus apart
18. i At the same time came the disciples unto
19. 10 His disciples say unto him, If the case
19. 13 little children . .and the disciples rebuked
19. 23 Then said Jesus unto his disciples, Verily
19. 25 When his disciples heard (it), they were
20. 17 took the twelve [disciples] apart in the
21. i drew nigh., then sent Jesus two disciples
21. 6 disciples went, and did as Jesus com.
21. 20 when the disciples saw (it), they marvel.
22. 16 they sent out unto him their disciples
23. i to the multitude, and to his disciples
24. i his disciples came to (him), for to show
24. 3 the disciples came unto him privately
26. i it came to pass, .he said unto his discip.
26. 8 when his disciples saw (it), they had indi.
26. 17 disciples came to Jesus, saying unto him
26. 18 I will keep the passover. .with my disci.
26. 19 disciples did as Jesus had appointed them
26. 26 gave (it) to the disciples, and said. Take
26. 35 Likewise also said all the disciples
26. 36 saith unto the disciples, Sit ye here
26. 40 he cometh unto the disciples, and flndeth
26. 45 Then cometh he to his disciples, and
26. 56 Then all the disciples forsook him, and
27. 64 his disciples come by night, and steal
Matt 28. 7 [go quickly, and tell his disciples]
28. 8 [and did run to bring his diaciplea word]
28. 9 [as they went to tell his disciples, behoM]
28. 13 Say ye, His disciples came by night, and
28. 16 the eleven disciples went away into
Mark 2. 15 sat also together with Jesus and his disc.
2. 16 said unto his disciples, How is it that h
2. 18 the disciples of John and of the I huri-.-. ,
2. 18 the disciples of John, .but thy dis<
i[>l.
-
2. 23 his disciples began, as they went, to pluck
3. 7 Jesus withdrew himself with his disc-ipl
3. 9 he spake to his disciples, that a small
4. 34 he expounded all things to his disriplr,
5. 31 his disciples said unto him, Thou seest
6. i And he went out . . and his disciples
6. 29 when his disciples heard (of it), they
6. 35 his disciples came unto him, and said
6. 41 gave (them) to his disciples to set before
6. 45 straightway he constrained his disciples
7. 2 when they saw some of his disciples eat
7. 5 Why walk not thy disciples according
7. 17 his disciples asked him concerning the
8. i Jesus called his disciples (unto him), and
8. 4 his disciples answered him, From whence
8. 6 gave to his disciples to set before (them)
8. 10 he entered into a ship with his disciple*
8. 27 Jesus went out, and his disciples
8. 27 he asked his disciples, saying unto them
8. 33 But when he had . .looked on his disciple*
8. 34 when he had called, .his disciples also, he
9. 14 when he came to (his) disciples, he saw a
9. 18 I spake to thy disciples that they should
9. 28 his disciples asked him privately, Why
9. 31 he taught his disciples, and said unto
10. 10 in the house his disciples asked him again
10. 13 disciples rebuked those that brought
10. 23 Jesus looked, .and saith unto his discip.
10. 2i the disciples were astonished at his words
0. 46 he went out of Jericho with his disciples
1. i he sendeth forth two of his disciples
1. 14 No man eat fruit . . And his disciples heard
2. 43 he called (unto him) his disciples, and
3. i one of his disciples saith unto him, Mas.
4. 12 killed the passover, his disciples said
4. 13 And he sendeth forth two of his disciples
4. 14 I shall eat the passover with my disciples
4. 16 his disciples went forth, and came into
4. 32 he saith to his disciples, Sit ye here, while
6. 7 go your way, tell his disciples and Peter
Luke 5. 30 Pharisees murmured against his disciples
5. 33 Why do the disciples of John fast often
6. i his disciples plucked the ears of corn, and
6. 13 he called (unto him) his disciples : and of
6. 17 and the company of his disciples, and a
6. 20 he lifted up his eyes on his disciples, and
6. 40 The disciple is not above his master : but
7. ii many of his disciples went with him, and
7. 18 the disciples of John showed him of all
7. 19 John calling (unto him) two of his disci.
8. 9 his disciples asked him, saying, What
8. 22 he went into a ship with his disciples
9. i Then he called his twelve [disciples] toge.
9. 14 he said to his disciples, Make them sit
9. 16 gave to the disciples to set before the
9. 18 his disciples were with him : and he
y. 40 I besought thy disciples to cast him out
9. 43 while they wondered, .he said unto his d.
9. 54 when his disciples James and John saw
10. 23 he turned him unto (his) disciples, and
11. i one of his disciples said unto him, Lord
11. i to pray, as John also taught his disciples
12. i he began to say unto his disciples first of
12. 22 he said unto his disciples, Therefore I
14. 26 hate not his father, .he cannot be my di.
14. 27 whosoever doth not bear., cannot be my,d.
14. 33 that forsaketh not all . . cannot be my d.
16. i he said also unto his disciples, There was
17. i Then said he unto the disciples, It is im.
17. 22 he said unto the disciples, The days will
18. 15 when (his) disciples saw (it), they rebuked
19. 29 came to pass, .he sent two of his disciples
19. 37 the whole multitude of the disciples began
19. 39 said unto him, Master, rebuke thy disci.
20. 45 [in the audience, .he said unto his disci.]
22. ii I shall eat the passover with my disciples
22. 39 came out. .and his disciples also followed
22. 45 when he. .was come to his disciples
John i. 35 Again. .John stood, and two of his disci.
1. 37 the two disciples heard him speak, and
2. 2 both Jesus was called, and his disciples
2. ii manifested forth his glory; and his disc.
2. 12 his mother, and his brethren, and his d.
2. 17 his disciples remembered that it was writ.
2. 22 his disciples remembered that he had said
3. 22 After these things came Jesus and his d.
3. 25 a question between (some) of John s dis.
4. i Jesus made and baptized more disciples
4. 2 Jesus himself baptized not, but his dis.
4. 8 For his disciples were gone away unto
4. 27 upon this came his disciples, and man-.
4. 31 In the meanwhile his disciples prayed him
4. 33 Theretore said the disciples one to another
6. 3 went, .and there he sat with his disciples
6. 8 One of his disciples, Andrew, Simon P. s
6. ii [to the disciples, and the discip. to themj
6. 12 he said unto his disciples, Gather up the
6. 16 when even was (now) come, his disciples
6. 22 [save that one whereinto his disciples]
6. 22 Jesus went not with his disciples into the
6. 22 but (that) his disciples were gone away
6. 24 that Jesus was not there, neither his dis.
6. 60 Many therefore of his disciples, when
DISCIPLE L 58 DISGUISE
John 6. 61 When Jesus knew in himself that his di.
6. 66 From that (time) many of his disciples
7. 3 that thy disciples also may see the works
8. 31 If ye continue . .(then) are ye my discip
9. a his disciples asked him, saying. Master
9. 27 He answered them . . will ye also be his d.
9. 28 art his disciple ; but we are Moses dis.
ii. 7 after that saith he to (his) disciples. Let
n. 8 (His) disciples say unto him. Master, the
ii. 12 Then said his disciples. Lord, if he sleep
11. 54 and there continued with his disciples
12. 4 Then saith one of his disciples, Judas Is.
12. 16 These things understood not his disciples
13. 5 began to wash the disciples feet, and to
13. 22 Then the disciples looked one on another
13. 23 there was leaning, .one of his disciples
13. 35 know that ye are my disciples, if ye have
15. 8 hear much fruit ; so shall ye be my dis
16. 17 Then said (some) of his disciples among
16. 29 His disciples said unto him, Lo, now
1 8. i he went forth with his disciples over the
18. i into the which he entered, and his dis
8. 2 oftimes resorted thither with his disci.
8. 15 Peter followed Jesus, and. .another disci.
8. 16 Then went out that other disciple, which
8. 17, 25 Art not thou. .(one) of this man s dis.
8. 19 high priest, .asked Jesus of his disciples
19. 26 the disciple standing by whom he loved
19. 27 Then saith he to the disciple, Behold thy
19. 27 from that hour that disciple took her
19. 38 Joseph of Arimathea, being a disciple of
20. 2 to the other disciple whom Jesus loved
20. 3 Peter, .went forth, and that other disci
jo. 4 the other disciple did outrun Peter, and
20. 8 Then went in also -hat other disciple
20. 10 the disciples went away again unto their
20. 18 Magdalene came and told the disciples
20. 19 where the disciples were assembled for
jo. 20 Then were the disciples glad when they
20. 25 The other disciples therefore said unto
?o. 26 again his disciples were within, and Th.
20. 30 did Jesus in the presence of his disciples
31. i showed himself again to the disciples
ji. a of Zebedee, and two other of his disciples
21. 4 the disciples knew not that it was Jesus
21. 7 that disciple whom Jesus loved saith
21. 8 the other disciples came in a little ship
21. 12 none of the disciples durst ask him
21. 14 that Jesus showed himself to his disciples
21. 20 seeth the disciple whom Jesus loved
ji. 23 that that disciple should not die : yet
21. 24 This is the disciple which testifieth of
Acts :. 15 stood up in the midst of the [disciples]
6. i when the number of the disciples was
6. 2 called the multitude of the disciples
. 7 the number of the disciples multiplied
9. i slaughter against the disciples of the
9. 10 there was a certain disciple at Damascus
o. 19 was Saul certain days with the disciples
9. 25 the disciples took him by night, and let
9. 26 assayed to join himself to the disciples
9. 26 and believed not that he was a disciple
9. 38 the disciples had heard that Peter was
ii. 26 the disciples were called Christians first
ii. 29 the disciples, every man according to his
13. 52 the disciples were filled with joy, and
14. 20 as the disciples stood round about him
14. 22 Confirming the souls of the disciples
14. 28 they abode long time with the disciples
15. 10 put a yoke upon the neck of the disciples
16. i certain disciple was there, named Timot.
18. 23 in order, strengthening all the disciples
18. 27 exhorting the disciples to receive him
19. i Paul, .to Ephesus: and finding certain di.
19. 9 separated the disciples, disputing daily
19.30 the disciples suffered him not
ao. i Paul called unto (him) the disciples, and
20. 7 when [the disciples] came together to
20. 30 to draw away disciples after them
21. 4 finding disciples, we tarried there seven
21. 16 also (certain) of the disciples of Cesarea
21. 1 6 aa old disciple, with whom we should
5.A female pupil or disciple, /j.aBrtrpta
mathetria.
Acts 9. 36 at Joppa a certain disciple named Tabit.
DISCIPLE, to be a
Tr> make or be a disciple, ^aOrrrfixa matheteuS.
Matt 27. 57 who also himself [was Jesus disciple]
DISCIPLE, fellow
A fellow pupil, ffvfj.^a.6i]rrti summathetes.
Johnn. 16 said Thomas, .unto his fellow disciples
DISCIPLINE
Chastisement, instruction, n^S musar.
Job 36. 10 He openeth also their ear to discipline
DISCLOSE, to
TH remove, uncover, reveal, rp: yalah, 3.
Isa. 26. 21 the earth also shall disclose her blood
DISCOMFIT, to
l.Tb trouble, crush, destroy, C~n hamam.
Josh. to. 10 the LORD discomfited them befor* Israel
Judg. 4. 15 the LORD discomfited Sisera, and all (his)
1 Sa. 7. 10 upon the Philistines, and discomfited
2 Sa. 22. 15 sent out. .lightning, and discomfited
Psa. 1 8. 14 shot out lightnings, and discomfited them
2. To weaken, vhn chalash.
lixodi;. 13 Joshua discomfited Amalek and his pen.
3. To cause to tremble or trouble, Tin charad, 5.
Judg. 8. 12 he pursued, .and discomfited all the host
4. To beat down, nnj knthath, 5.
Nuini4. 45 and smote them, and discomfited them
DISCOMFITED -
Tribute, tributary, D5 mas.
Isa. 31. 8 and his young men shall be discomfited
DISCOMFITURE
Trouble, destruction, rein? mehumah.
i Sa. 14. 20 (and there was) a very great discomfiture
DISCONTENTED
Bitter of suit/, z-$) 15 mar nephesh.
i Sa. 22. 2 every one (that was) discontented, gath.
DISCONTINUE, to
To let go. release, 07? shamat.
Jer. 17. 4 shalt discontinue frorc thine heritage
DISCORD
\.Strife, contention, pi? madon.
Prov. 6. 14 he deviseih mischief, .he soweth discord
^.Strifes, contentions, DTP medanim.
Prov. 6. 19 and he that soweth discord among breth.
DISCOURAGE, to
1.7V) melt, DCC masas, 5.
Deut. i. 28 our brethren have discouraged our heart
2. To breaJ:, Hi: no, 5 [V.L. 1].
\um32. 7 wherefore discourage ye the heart of the
3. To break, w no, 5.
Nuni32. 9 they discouraged theheariof thechildren
DISCOURAGED, to be
1. To be cast or broken down, nnn chathath, 2.
Deut. i. 21 possess, .fear not, neither be discouraged
2. To be broken, }T3 ratsats.
Isa. 42. 4 He shall not fail nor be discouraged, till
3.7*0 be disheartened, lose heart, aOvpfw athumeo.
Col. 3. 21 Fathers, provoke not. .lest they Lc disc.
DISCOURAGED, to be much
7*o be or become shortened, i$i3 qatsar.
Sum 21. 4 soul of the people was much discouraged
DISCOVER, to
1.7V) remove, uncover, reveal, .173 galah, 3.
Deut 22. 30 A nan shall not. .discover his father s
Job 12. 22 He iliscovereth deep things out of dark.
41. 13 Who can discover the face of his garment?
Prov 25. 9 and discover not a secret to another
Isa. 22. 8 And he discovered the covering of Judah
57. 8 for thou hast discovered (thyself to)
Lam. 2. 14 they have not discovered thine iniquity
4. 22 O daughter of Edom; he will discover thy
Eze 1 6. 37 and will discover thy nakedness unto
22. 10 In thee have they discovered their fath.
23. 10 These discovered her nakedness : they
23. 1 8 discovered her whoredoms.and discovered
Hos. 2. io now will I discover her lewdness in the
Mic. i. 6 I will discover the foundations thereof
Xah. 3. 5 I will discover thy skirts upon thy face
2. To make bare, r\vn chasaph.
Psa. 29. 9 The voice of the LORD . . discovereth the
Jer. 13. 26 Therefore will I discover thy skirts upon
3. To make bare or naked, TJJ; arah, 3.
Isa. 3 17 the LORD will discover their secret parts
4. 7"o make bare or naked, rny arah, 5.
Lev. 20. 18 he hath discovered her fountain, and she
5.7*o be shou-n up, dracpaiVo/uai anaphainomai.
Acts 21. 3 Now when we had discovered Cyprus, we
6. 7V perceive thoroughly, Karavotta kaianoeo.
Acts 27, 39 they discovered a certain creek with a
DISCOVER self, to
1.7*0 be removed, uncovered, revealed, n?j galah, 2.
1 Sa. 14. 8 and we will discover ourselves unto them
14. ii both of them discovered themselves unto
2. To show self uncovered, revealed, n?j galah, 7.
Prov 1 8. 2 but that his heart may discover itself
DISCOVERED, to be
1. 7*o be removed, uncovered, revealed, n^j galah, 2.
Exod2o. 26 that thy nakedness be not discovered
2 Sa. 22. 16 foundations of theworld were discovered
Psa. 18. 15 foundations of the world were discovered
Jer. 13. 22 For the greatness, .are thy skirts discov.
Eze. 13. 14 the foundation thereof shall be discovered
16. 36 and thy nakedness discovered through
16. 57 Before thy wickedness was discovered, as
21. 24 in that your transgressions are discovered
23. 29 nakedness of thy whoredoms shall be dis.
Hos. 7. i the iniquity of Ephraim was discovered
2.7*0 be or becomr. known, UT, yada, 2.
i Sa. 22. 6 Saul heard that David was discovered
DISCOVERING
7*0 make njiked, rny arah, 3.
Hab. 3. 13 by discovering the foundation unto the
DISCREET
1.7*0 be intelligent, have understanding, j 3 bin, 2.
Gen. 41. 33 let Pharaoh look out a man discreet and
Gen. 41. 39 none so discreet and wise a* thou (art)
2. Of sound mind, ffutyptav sdphrdn.
Titus j. 5 discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good
DISCREETLY
With understanding, vovvtxSi* nounechds.
Mark1 2. 34 Jesus saw that he answered discreetly, he
DISCRETION
\.Taste, discretion, sense, cy$ taam.
Prov ii. 22 a fair woman which is without discretion
2. Device, discretion, thoughtfulness, .171? mezimmah
Prov. i. 4 to the young man knowledge and discre.
2. ii Discretion shall preserve thee, understa.
3. 21 My son. .keep sound wisdom and discre.
5. 2 That thou mayest regard discretion, and
^.Judgment, epp? mishpat.
Psa. 1 12. 5 he will guide his affairs with discretion
Isa. 28. 26 For his God doth instruct him to discre.
4. Understanding, wisdom, meaning, ^~f sekel.
Prov 19. ii The discretion of a man deferreth his
f>. Understanding, skilfulness, nj?a?i tebunah.
Jer. io. 12 stretched out the heavens by his discretion
DISDAIN, to
1.7*0 despise, contemn, n$ bazah.
1 Sa. 17. 42 when the Philistine, .saw David, he dis
2. To loathe, despise, reject, ONp maas.
Job 30. i whose fathers I would have disdained to
DISEASE
I. Sickness, weakness, Sn choli.
2 Ki. i. 2 whether I shall recover of this disease
8. 8, 9 saying, Shall I recover of this disease?
2 Ch. 16. 12 until his disease (was) exceeding (great)
16. 12 in his disease he sought not to the LORD
21. 18 the LOKD smote him. .with an in curable d.
Eccl. 6. 2 this (is) vanity, and it (is) an evil disease
2. Disease, sickness, nyiip madveh.
Deut. 7. 15 will put none of the evil diseases of Egypt
28. 60 he will bring upon thee all the diseases
3. Sickness, disease, n^nj machaleh.
2 Ch.2i. 15 thou (shaithave)great sickness by dlniMa
4. Sickness, disease, nSn? machalah.
Exodis. 26 I will put none of these diseases upon
5. Thing, matter, T;n dabar.
Psa. 41. 8 An evil disease, (say they), cleaveth fast
6. Want of strength, weakness, acrOfvaa astheneia.
Acts 28. 9 which had diseases in the island, came
7. Softness, juo\o/c(a malakia.
Matt. 4. 23 and all manner of disease among the peo.
9. 35 healing every sickness and every disease
io. i to heal . . all manner of disease
8. Sickness, unsoundness, poVij/io nosema.
John 5. 4 [made whole, .whatsoever disease he had]
9. Sickness, unsoundness, v6ffos nosos.
Matt. 4. 24 people that were taken with divers disea,
Mark i. 34 healed many that were sick of divers dis.
Luke 4. 40 they that had any sick with divers disea.
6. 17 which came, .to be healed of theirdiseas.
9. i authority over all devils, and to cure dis.
Acts 19. 12 the diseases departed from them, and the
DISEASED, (to be)
1. 7*o be diseased, sick, n^n chala.
Eze. 34. 4 The diseased have ye not strengthened
34. 21 pushed all the diseased with your horns
2.7*0 be or become sick, or diseased, n^~ chalah.
2 Ch.i6. 12 Asa. .was diseased in his feet, until his
3. 7*o be or become sick or diseased, n^rt chalah, 2.
i Ki. 15. 23 in the time of his old age he was diseased
4. To lack strength, affBfvtta astheneo.
John 6. 2 which he did on them that were diseased
5. To have badly, be ill, $x<a /cciKeDr echo kakos.
Matti4. 35 brought unto him all that were diseased
Mark i. 32 brought unto him all that were diseased
DISEASES
1. Sicknesses, diseases, D ^njj machaluuim.
2 Ch.24. 25 for they left liim in great diseases, his
2. Sicknesses, diseases, C
K^ni?
tachaluim.
2 Ch.2i. 19 bowels fell out!, so he died of sore diseases
Psa. 103. 3 Who forgiveth. .who healeth all thy dis.
DISFIGURE to
7*o cause to disappear, hide, a.<pavl(u aphanizo.
Matt. 6. 1 6 for they disfigure their faces, that they
DISGRACE, to
7*o dishonour, cause to fade, ^?} ndbtl, 3.
Jer. 14. 21 do not disgrace the throne of thy glory
DISGUISE, to
1.7*0 change or disguise self, nj?* shonah, 7.
i Ki. 14. 2 Arise, I pray thee, and disguise thyself
2. To put in secret, trip Cliy sum sether.
Job 24. 15 No eye shall see me; and disguiseth (hit)
DISGUISE self, to
7*o hide or disguise self, srcn chaphas. 7.
i Sa. 28. 8 Saul disguised himself, and put on other
i Ki.ao. 38 disguised himself with ashes upon his fac*
DISH 259 DISPOSSESS
1 Ki.22. 30 I will disguise myself, and enter into the
3-2. 30 and the king of Israel disguised himself
2 Ch.iS. 29 I will disguise myself, and will go to the
18. 29 So the king of Israel disguised himself
35. 22 Josiah would not turn . . but disguised h.
DISH
1. Dish, cup, little bowl, Vs? sephcl.
Judg. 5. 25 she brought fort.h butter in a lordly dish
2. Dish, pan, cruise, nn^s tsallackath.
2 Ki.2i. 13 wipe Jerusalem as (a man) wipeth a dish
3. Dish, saucer, <Tjyj; qearah.
Jixod25. 29 And thou shalt make the dishes thereof
37. 16 his dishes, and his spoons, and his bowls
Num. 4. 7 put thereon the dishes and the spoons
4. A dish., tureen, rpv^\tov trublion.
Matt 26. 2^ He that dippeth. .with me in the dish
Mark 14. 20 twelve, that dippeth with me in the dish
DI-SHAN, i^ T leaping.
The youngest sou of Seir th" Korite. B.C. 1780.
Gen. 36. 21 And Dishon, and Ezer, and D. : these are
36. 28 The children of I). (are) these ; Uz, and A.
36. 30 Duke Dishon, duke Ezer, duke D.
i Ch. i. 38 the sons of Seir. .Dishon, and Ezer, andD.
i. 42 The sons of D. ; Uz, and Aran
1. Fifth son of Seir the Horite. B.C. 1780.
Gen. 36. 21 And D., and Ezer, and Dishan
36. 26 And these (are) the children of D.
36. 30 Duke D., duke Ezer, duke Dishan
i Ch. i. 38 the sons of Seir. .D., and Ezer, and Dish.
2. Son of Anah and grandson of Seir.
Gen. 36. 25 And the children of Anah (were) these ; D.
1 Ch. i. 38 the sons of Seir. .D., and Ezer, and Dish.
i. 41 The sons of Anah ; D. And the sons of D.
1. 41 And the sons of D. ; Amram, and Eshban
DISHONEST gain
Dishonest gain, a cutting off, > y3 betsa.
Eze. 22. 13 thy dishonest gain which thou hast made
22. 27 (and) to destroy souls, to get dishonest g.
DISHONESTY
Shame, alffx^n aischune.
2 Co. 4. 2 renounced the hidden things of dishonesty
DIS30NOUR
1. Blushing, shame, rrp^s kelimmah.
Psa. 35. 26 let them be clothed with. . dishonour that
69. 19 Thou hast known, .my shame, audmydis.
71. 13 let them be covered (with), .dishonour
2. Bareness, nakedness, nny arvah.
Tzra 4. 14 not meet for us to see the king s dishonour
3. Lightness, shame, confusion, pSj; qalon.
Prov. 6. 33 A wound and dishonour shall he get
4. Dishonour, without honour, ari/j.ia atimia.
Rom. 9. 21 unto honour, .another unto dishonour?
1 Co. 15. 43 It is sown in dishonour; it is raised in
2 Co. 6. 8 By honour and dishonour, by evil report
2 Ti. 2. 20 and some to honour, and some to dishonour
DISHONOUR, to
1. To dishonour, make foolish, Saj nabel, 3.
Mic. 7. 6 For the sou dishonoureth the father, the
2. To dishonour, anndfa atimazo.
John 8. 49 I honour my Father, and ye do dishonour
Rom. i. 24 to dishonour their own bodies between
2. 23 through breaking the law dishonourest
3. To put thoroughly to shame, Karaiffx^vw katais.
1 Co. ii. 4 having (his) head covered, dishonoureth
ii. 5 But every woman that prayeth . . dishon.
DISINHERIT, to
To take possession, erv yarash, 5.
Numi4. 12 disinherit them, and will make of thee
DISMAYED
Broken doui thing, nn chath.
Jer. 46. 5 Wherefore have I seen them dismayed
DISMAYED, to be
1. To be troubled, has ened, Sis bahel, 2.
Isa. 21. 3 I was dismayed at the seeing (of it)
2. To be broken or cast down,affrighted,r>m chathath.
2 Ki. 19. 26 they were dismayed and confounded
Isa. 37. 27 they were dismayed and confounded : they
Jer. 8. 9 wise (men) are ashamed, they are dismay.
48. i Misgab is confounded and dismayed
50. 36 mighty men; and they shall be dismayed
Obad. 9 thy mighty (men), .shall be dismayed, to
3. To be, become broken, cast down, nnn chathath, 2.
Deut3i. 8 fear not, neither be dismayed
Josh. i. 9 be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed
8. i Fear not, neither be thou dismayed : take
10. 25 Fear not, nor be dismayed ; be strong
i Sa. 17. ii they were dismayed, and greatly afraid
1 Ch.22. 13 be strong, .dread not, nor be dismayed
28. 20 fear not, nor be dismayed ; for the LORD
2 Ch.2o. 15 Be not afraid nor dismayed by reason of
20. 17 fear not, nor be dismayed ; to morrow go
32. 7 Be strong . . be not afraid nor dismayed for
Jer. i. 17 be not dismayed at their faces, lest I con.
IQ. 2 be not dismayed at the signs of heaven
10. 2 for the heathen are dismayed at them
17. 18 them be dismayed, but let not me be dis.
Jer. 23. 4 they shall fearnomore, norbedismayed
30. 10 neither be dismayed, O Israel : for, lo, I
46. 27 be not dismayed, () Israel : for, behold, I
Eze. 2. 6 nor be dismayed at their looks, though
3. 9 fear them not, neither be dismayed at
4. To look out for oneself, be dazzled, nyp shaah, 7.
Isa. 41. 10 be not dismayed ; for I (am) thy God : I
41. 23 do evil, that we may be dismayed, and
DISMAYED, to cause to be
To break or cast down, nrn chathath, f>
.Ter. 45. 37 For I will cause Elam to be dismayed
DISMAYING
A casting down, terror, nnrp mechiUnh.
Jer. 48. 39 so shall Moab be . . a dismayi ng to all them
DISMISS, be dismissed, to
1. To free, open, let aivay, ~\s*> palar.
2 Ch. 23. 8 for Jehoiada the priest dismissed not the
2. To loose away, airo\v<a apoluo.
Acts 15. 30 when they were dismissed, they came to
19. 41 when he had thus spoken, he dismissed
DISOBEDIENCE
1 Disobedience, airfideta apeitheia.
Eph. 2. 2 now worketh in the children of disobed.
5. 6 wi-o.Mi of God upon the children of disob.
Col. 3. 6 co:i.eth on the children of disobedience
2.A hearing amiss, lack of attention, -rrapaKori.
Rom. 5. 19 by one man s disobedience many were
2 Co. 10. 6 a readiness to revenge all disobedience
Heb. 2. 2 disobedience received a just recompense
DISOBEDIENT
I. Insubordinate, di/inroVoKTor anupotaktos.
1 Ti. i. 9 but for the lawless and disobedient, for
2. Disobedient, not persuaded, annOys apeithes.
Luke i. 17 the disobedient to the wisdom of the just
Acts 26. 19 Whereupon. .1 was not disobedient unto
Rom. i. 30 inventors of evil things, disobedient to
2 Ti. 3. 2 blasphemers, disobedient to parents
Titus i. 1 6 deny (him), being abominable, and disob.
3. 3 we ourselves also were sometimes, .dis.
3. To be unpersuaded, airfi64<a apeitheo.
Ronno. 21 I have stretched forth., unto a disobedient
DISOBEDIENT, to be
I. To be or become bitter, rebel, rns marah.
i Ki .13. 26 die man of God, who was disobedient unto
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T
eh. 9. 26 were disobedient, and rebelled against
2.To be unpersuaded, airetflew apeitheo.
i Pe. 2. 7 but unto them which be disobedient, the
2. 8 which stumble at the word, being disob.
3. 20 Which sometimes were disobedient, when
DISOBEY, to
To be or become bitter, rebel, rrjij marah.
1 Ki.i-j. 21 thou hast disobeyed the mouth of the L.
DISORDERLY--
Disorderly, not in order, ardtcTus ataktos.
2 Th. 3. 6 from every brother that walketh disorder.
3. 1 1 are some which walk among you disorde.
DISORDERLY, to behave oneself
To be disorderly, out of order, aratcrtw atakteo.
2 Th. 3. 7 for we behaved not ourselves disorderly
DISPATCH, to
To cut of or down, K"JJ bara, 3.
Eze. 23. 47 the company shall . . dispatch them with
DISPENSATION
Law or arranyeinunt ofa house, ol cot>o/j.iaoikonomia.
1 Co. 9. 17 if against my will, a dispensation . .is com.
Eph. i. 10 That in the dispensation of the fulness of
3. 2 If ye have heard of the dispensation of
Col. 1.25 according to the dispensation of God which
DISPERSE, to
1. To scatter, spread, winnow, rnj zaraA, 3.
Prov 15. 7 The lips of the wise disperse knowledge
Eze. 12. 15 when I shall, .disperse them in the coun.
20. 23 I would scatter them, .and disperse them
22. 15 disperse thee in the countries, and will
20. 12 I will scatter, .and will disperse them
30. 23 I will scatter, .and will disperse them
30. 26 I will scatter . . and disperse them among
2. To scatter, 119 pazar, 3.
Psa.ii2. 9 He hath dispersed, he hath given to the
3. To break, spread, or burst forth, |np parats.
2 Ch. ii. 23 he dealt wisely, and dispersed of all his
DISPERSE abroad, to
To scatter, ffKopirifa skorprzo.
2 Co. 9. 9 As it is written, He hath dispersed abroad
DISPERSE selves, to
To be or become scattered, pS puts.
i Ra. 14. 34 Disperse yourselves among the people, and
DISPERSED
1. To sf>read out, scatter, ] 5} naphats,
Isa. ii. 12 gather together the dispersed of Judah
2. To be or become scattered, f S puts.
Prov. 5. 16 Let thy fountains he dispersed abroad
Zeph. 3. 10 the daughter of my dispersed, shall bring
3. What is sown or scattered throughout, Staa-wopd.
John 7. 35 will he go unto the dispersed among the
DISPERSED, to be
1. To be scattered, spread, rnj zarah, 2.
Eze. 36. 19 they were dispersed through the countries
2. To be separated, ~n$ parad, 4.
Esth. 3 . 8 dispersed among the people in all the
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3. To scatter thoroughly, $ia<rnvpirifa diaskorpizd.
Acts 5. 37 (even) as many as obeyed him, were disp.
DISPERSION
Scattering, nysp tephotsah.
Jer- 25- 34 days of your, .dispersions are accomplis.
DISPLAYED, to be
To show selffleeing, be displayed, DM mts, 7a.
Psa. 60. 4 it may be displayed because of the truth
DISPLEASE, to
1 . To grieve. 2$^ atsab.
i Ki. i. 6 his father had not displeased him at any
2. TV) be evil in the ears, B"^x3 y%-\ raa be-oznayim. Num ii. i (when) the people complained, it displeas.
3.7V) be evil in the eyes, D.Yi>3 n; iiera be-enaytM.
Gen. 38. 10 thing which he did displeased the LORD
48. 17 it displeased him; and he held up his
i Sa. 8. 6 the thing displeased Samuel, when they
18. 8 very wroth, and the saying displeased him
2Sa. ii. 25 Let not this thing displease thee, for the
ii. 27 thing that David had done displeased the
Isa. 59. 15 displeased him that (there was) no judg.
[Num. 22. 34; Prov. 24. 18; raabe-enayim].
4. To do evil in the eye, p>?3 n n?J,
"suit ra be-ayin.
i Sa. 29. 7 that thou displease not the lords of the
DISPLEASED
Wroth, sad, morose, iyr zaeph.
1 Ki. 20. 43 went to his house heavy and displeased
21. 4 came into his house heavy and displeased
DISPLEASED, to be
I. To be angry, f]JX anaph.
Psa. 60. i scattered us, thou hast been displeased
2. To be or become stinking, e>N3 beesh.
Dan. 6. 14 the king, .was sore displeased with h:^a.
3.7"o burn, be wroth, displeasing, rran charah.
2 Sa. 6. 8 David was displeased, because the LORD
i Ch. 13. ii David was displeased, because the LORD
Hab. 3. 8 Was the LORD displeased against the ri?
4. To be evil in the eyes, C i"j;3 J, i"j raa be-enayim.
i Ch. 21. 7 And God was displeased with; Xum.n.io.
5. TV; be wroth, *]$jj qatsaph.
Zech. i. 2 The LOUD hath been sore displeased with
i. 15 I am very sore displeased with the heath,
i. 15 I was but a little displeased, and they
6. It was evil unto, ^ yv yera el.
Jon. 4. i it displeased Jonah exceedingly, and he
DISPLEASED, to be much or sore
/ i />" much weighed down, a,yava.KTfd> agano.ktcii,
...att2i. 15 saying, Hosanna. .they were sore displ.
.<iarkio. 14 when Jesus saw (it), he was much displ.
10. 41 they began to be much displeased with J.
DISPLEASED with, to be highly
To fight with or in the mind, 6i//uoyuax> thumoma.
Acts 12. 20 Herod was highly displeased with them
DISPLEASURE, (hot or sore)
\.Heat, fury, poison, .in chemah.
Deut. 9. 19 afraid of the anger and hot displeasure
Psa. 6. i neither chasten me in thy hot displeasure
38. i neither chasten me in thy hot displeasure
2. Fierceness, heat, wrath, pin charon.
Psa. 2. 5 and vex them in his sore displeasure
3. Evil, n ra.
Judg 1 5. 3 blameless, .though I do them a displeas.
DISPOSE, to
To put, place, set, c\v sum.
Job 34. 13 or who hath disposed the whole world?
37. 15 Dost thou know when God disposed them
DISPOSED, to be
1.7V) wish, desire, &ov\ofi.ai boulomai.
Acts 18. 27 when he was disposed to pass unto Acha
2.7V) irish, 8t\ta thelo.
i Co. 10. 27 bid you (to a feast), and ye be disposed
DISPOSING
Judgment, E^P mishpat.
Prov 16. 33 whole disposing thereof (is) of the LORD
DISPOSITION
Arrangement, Siaray-fi diatage.
Acts 7. 53 received the law by the disposition of
DISPOSSESS, to
7V> take possession, en; yarash, 5.
Num 32. 39 dispossessed the Amorite which (was) in it
33- S3 ye shall dispossess (the inhabitants of)
Deut. 7. 17 (are) more than I ; how can I dispossess
Judg ii. 23 the LORD God of Israel hath dispossessed
DISPUTATION
DISPUTATION
\.lieaaoninij, Sia\ayi(Tfj.<is
i/in/ni/ixiiu>s.
Rom 14. i (but) not to doubtful disputations
S.Joint seeking, <rur)T7jem suzetesis.
Acts 15. 2 liad no small dissension and [disputation]
DISPUTE, to
1.7*o reason with one another, n;; yakach, 2.
Job 23. 7 There the righteous might dispute with
2. To speak diversely, Sia.\tyo/j.aL dialegomai.
Mark 9. 34 for by the way they had disputed among
Acts 17. 17 Therefore disputed he in the synagogue
19. 8 for the spai-e of three months, disputing
19. 9 disputing daily in the school of one
24. 12 neither found me. .disputing with any
Jude 9 when contending with the devil, he dis.
3.7*0 reckon diversely, Sia\oyi^ofj.ai i/iulogizomai.
Mark 9. 33 What was it that ye disputed among
4. 7*o seek together orjointly, vvfarfw suzeteo.
Acts o. 29 spoke boldly, .and disputed against the
DISPUTE with, to
To seek together or jointly, ffvr)Tf<a suzfteo.
Acts 6. 9 Then there arose certain . . disputing with
DISPUTER
A joint-seeker, disputer, o-u^TjTT/T^y suzetetes.
i Co. i. 20 where (is) the disputer of this world?
DISPUTING
1. A joint seeking, <TVI)TII<TIS suzetesis.
Acts 15. 7 when there had been much disputing
Z.Dicerse reckoning, Sia\oyi<Tfji6s dialogismos.
Phil. 2. 14 Do all things without . . disputings
DISPUTINGS, perverse
Mi.iplnced contentions, irapaStarpiliai paradiatnb.
i Ti. 6. 5 [Perverse disputiugs] of men of corrupt
DISftUIET, to
To give trouble, cause to be angry, UT ragaz, 5.
i 8ft. 28. 15 Why hast thou disquieted me, to bring
Jer. 50. 34 may give rest to the land, and disquiet
DiSQUIETED, to be
1.7*o roar, move, sound, make a noise, njri hamah.
Psa. 39. 6 surely they are disquieted in vain: he heap.
42. 5 and (wiiy) art thou disquieted in me t hoij
42. ii why art thou disquieted within me? hope
43. 5 why art thou disquieted within me? hope
2. 7*o be troubled, t?T ragaz.
Prov 30. 21 For three (things) the earth is disquieted
DISftUTETNESS
Howling, disquietude, rrynj nehamah.
Psa. 38. 8 I have roared by reason of the disquiet.
DISSEMBLE, to
1. To lie, deny, feign, v-^kachash, 3.
Jos. 7. ii dissembled also, and they have put (it)
2. 7*o dissemble ; be known, 1?} nakar, 2.
Prov 26. 24 He that hateth dissembleth with his lips
3. 7*o cause to err, wander, "JJ B taah, 5.
Jer. 42. 20 For ye dissembled in your hearts, when
DISSEMBLE with, to
To act hypocritically with, ffvvwoitplriiM sunup.
Gal. 2. 13 other Jews dissembled likewise with him
DISSEMBLER
To ~te hidden, concealed, a^jf alam, 2.
Psa. 26. 4 neither will I go in with dissemblers
DISSENSION
A standing up, ffrdffis stasis.
Acts 15. 2 Paul and Barnabas had no small dissen.
23. 7 there arose a dissension between the
23. 10 when there arose a great dissension, the
DISSIMULATION
Hyjtnrrisy, viroKpiffis hiqjokrisis.
Gal. 2. 13 was carried away with their dissimulation
DISSIMULATION, without
Jfot hypocritical, avvirOKpnos anupokritos.
Rom 12. 9 (Let) love be without dissimulation
DISSOLVE, to
1.7*0 melt, dissolve, soften, :?D mug, 36.
Job 30. 22 Thou liftest me up. .and dissolves! my
2. 7*o solve, loose, n~>y xhere.
Dan. 5. 16 canst make interpretations, and dissolve
3. To solve, loose, n~*V shere, 3.
Dan. 5. 12 dissolving of doubts, were found in the
DISSOLVED, to be
l.To be melted, J>D mug, 2.
Psa. 75. 3 all the inhabitants thereof are dissolved
Isa. 14. 31 thou. whole Palestina, (art)dissolved : for
Nah. 2. 6 and the palace shall be dissolved
2. 7*o become corrupted, wasted, ~H9 maqaq, 2.
Isa. 34. 4 all the host of heaven shall be dissolved
3.7*0 break self, be broken, Tip parar, la.
Isa. 24. 19 the earth is clean dissolved, the earth is
4, 7*o loose d.mvn, tcara\vtt> kataluo.
a Co. i that if our earthly house . . were dissolved
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5. To loose, \6a> ln<~>.
2 Pe. 3. ii (that) all those things shall be dissolved
3. 12 the heavens being on tire shall be dissol.
DISTAFF --
Circuit, staff, distaff, r^B pelek.
Prov 31. 19 the spindle, and her hands hold the distaff
DISTANT, equally
To be joined, 2^y shalab, 4.
Exod36. 22 two tenons, equally distant one from
DISTIL, to
I.Tvjtvic, Sjj nazal.
Deut 32. 2 my speech ahull distil as the dew, as the
Z.Todrop, distil, 1ST1
, raaph.
Job 36. 28 Which the clouds do drop (and) distil
DISTINCTION -
Distinction, a sending forth diversely, Siao-ruA/ty.
i Co. 14. 7 except they give a distinction in the sou.
DISTINCTLY
To be explained, BH? parash, 4.
Neh. 8. 8 So they read in the book . . distinctly, and
DISTRACTED, to be
To be distracted, cold, numb, wearied, pa pun.
Psa. 88. 15 I suffer thy terrors I aui distracted
DISTRACTION, without
Not drawn around about, a.irfpi(rirdffr<i>s aperispas.
i Co. 7. 35 attend upon the Lord without distraction
DISTRESS
\.Straitness, distress, pixo matsoq.
1 Sa. 22. 2 every one (that was) in distress . . gathered
2.Straitness, distress, -iff S? metsuqah.
Psa. 25. 17 O bring thou nie out of my distresses
107. 6 he delivered them out of their distresses
107. 13 cried, .(and) he saved them out of theird.
107. 19 cry. .(and) he saveth them out of their d.
107. 23 cry. .and he briugeththem o-vt of their d.
Zeph. i. 15 a day of wrath, a day of trouble and dis.
3.Straitness, distress, ISO inetsar.
Psa.nS. 5 I called upon the LOKD in distress : the
4. Strait, distress, is, ^ tsar.
2 Sa. 22. 7 In my distress I called upon the LOKD
Psa. 4. i hast enlarged me (when I was) in distress
18. 6 In my distress I called upon the LORD
Isa. 25. 4 a strength to the needy in his distress
Eze. 30. itj and Noph (shall have) distresses daily
5.Straitness, distress, .TJV tsarah.
Gen. 35. 3 answered me in the day of my distress
42. 21 would not hear; therefore is this distress
1 Ki. i. 29 hath redeemed my soul out of all distress
Neh. 9. 37 have dominion . .and we (are) in great dis.
Psa. 120. i In my distress I cried unto the LORD
Prov. i. 27 when distress and anguish cometh upon
Obad. 12 have spoken proudly in the day of distr.
14 that did remain in the day of distress
6.7*0 straiten, send distress, Tjy tsarar, 5.
2 Ch.28. 22 in the time of his distress did he trespass
l.Eril, y~i ra.
Neh. 2. 17 Ye see the distress that we (are) in
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8. Necessity, constraint, avdyitrt anatjke.
Luke^i. 23 for there shall be great distress in the
i Co. 7. 26 that this is good for the present distress
1 Th. 3. 7 we were comforted . . in all our . . distress
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9. Strait place or state, cntvoxuipia stenochoria.
Rom. 8. 35 (shall) tribulation, or distress, or persecu.
2 Co. 6. 4 111 i-.uch patience, in affliction*. JO distr.
12. 10 Therefore I take pleasure in. .distresses
i IO.A holding fast together, awox?; sunoche.
Luke2i. 25 upon the earth distress of nations, with
DISTRESS, to
I. To distress, oppress, straiten, pis tsiiq, 5.
Deut 28. 53, 55, 57 wherewith thine enemies shall dis.
Isa. 29. 2 Yet I will distress Ariel, and there shall
29. 7 even all that . . distress her, shall be as a
2.7"o bind, distress, besiege, "ns tsur.
Deut. 2. 9 the LORI> said unto rue. Distress not the
2. 19 distress them not, nor meddle with them
2 Ch.28. 20 king of Assyria came, .and distressed him
3.7*o straiten, send distress, Tijf tsarar, 5.
Jer. 10. 18 will distress them, that they may find (it)
DISTRESS, to bring - -
i To straiten, send distress, Tiy tsarar, 5.
Zeph. i. 17 I will bring distress upon men, that they
DISTRESS, to be in
7*i be distressed, ~ny tsarar.
. udfti i . 7 why are ye come . . when ye are in distress*
Lam. i. 20 Behold, O LORD, for I (am) in distress
DISTRESSED, to be
1. To be distressed, straitened, is; i/atsar.
Gen. 32. 7 Then Jacob was greatly afraid and distr.
Judg. 2. 15 had sworn, .and they were greatly distr.
10. 9 to fight . .so that Israel was sore distres.
i Sa. 30. 6 David was greatly distressed ; for the
2.7*o be exacted, urged on,\ei) naijas, 2.
i Sa. 13. 6 for the people were distressed, then the
14. 24 the men of Israel were distressed thut day
DIVERS
3. To be distressed, Tff tsarar.
1 Sa. 28. 15 .Saul answered, I am sore distressed ; for
2 Sa. i. 26 I am distressed for thee, my brother Jon.
4.7*0 be vexed, weary, pf> quts.
Num22. 3 Moab was distressed because of the chil.
i>. To put in a strait space, artvoxvpiu stenochoreo.
2 Co. 4. 8 troubled on every side, yet not distressed
DISTRIBUTE, to
1.7*0 apportion, distribute, share, p^n chalaq.
2 Ch.23- 18 David had distributed in the house of the
> eh. 13. 13 their office (was) to distribute unto their
2. TV be apportioned, distributed, p^n chalaq, 2.
1 Ch.24. 3 David distributed them, both Zadok cl
3.7V> apportion, distribute, share, pSn chalaq, 3.
Job 21. 17 (God) distributeth sorrows in his auger
4. To (jive, jrq nathan.
2 Ch.3i. 14 to distribute the oblations of the LORD
5. To deal throughout, (fire out, SiaSiSiafMdiadidomi.
LukeiS. 22 sell all that thou hast, and (distribute)
John 6. 1 1 when he had given thanks, he distributed
6. To make common, Koivwvtta koinoneo.
Rom 12. 13 Distributing to the necessity of saints
".To divide into parts, /J.fptfa inerizd.
1 Co. 7. 17 But as God hath distributed to every man
2 Co. 10. 13 the rule which God hath distributed to us
DISTRIBUTE, ready to
Willing to impart or give away, ti^teraSoTos.
1 Ti. 6. 1 8 be rich in good works, ready to distribute
DISTRIBUTION
A sharing, participation, Koivwvia koinOnia.
2 Co. 9. 13 and for (your) liberal distribution unto
DISTRIBUTION, to make
To deal out, give throughout, oiaSiou/^i diadidSmi.
Acts 4. 35 and distribution was made unto every
DITCH
1. Ditch, 33 geb.
2 Ki. 3. 16 saiththe LORD, Make this valley full of d.
2. Ditch, collection of water, nip? miqvah.
Isa. 22. ii Ye made also a ditch between the two
S.Pit, ditch, fang shuchah.
Prov.23. 27 For a whore (is) a deep ditch; and a
^.Corruption, pit, ditch, nny shachath.
Job 9. 31 Vet shalt thou plunge me iu the ditch, and
Psa. 7. 15 He. .is fallen into the ditch (which) he
f>. Deep place, pit, &60uvos bothunos.
Matt 15. 14 both shall fall into the ditch
Luke 6. 39 shall they not both fall into the ditch
DIVERS
I.Man ; some, certain, CNJJ? enosh.
2 Ch.3o. ii Nevertheless divers of Asher and Man.
2. Differing, 5ta<popos diaphoros.
Heb. 9. 10 in meats and drinks, and divers washiuga
3. Variegated, spotted, various, different, roiKtAoi.
Matt. 4. 24 sick people that were taken with divers
Mark i. 34 he healed many that were sick of divers
Luke 4. 40 all they that had any sick with divers dis.
2 Ti. 3. 6 silly women, .led away with divers lusts
Titus 3. 3 disobedient, deceived, serving divers lusts
ileb. 2. 4 signs and wonders, and with divers mir
13. 9 Be no/ carried about with divers and
Jas. i. 2 joy when ye fall into divers temptations
4. -4 certain one, some one, TH Its.
Mark 8. 3 > ill faint by the way: for divers of them
Acts 19. 9 when di\ ers were hardened, and believed
DIVERS colours
1. / //,/(; or painted work, yjy tsebu.
Judg. 5. 30 of divers colours, ii prey of divers colours
5 30 of divers colours of needlework on both
2. Embroidery, nopi riqmah.
i Ch.2g. 2 divers colours, and all manner of precious
Kze. 17. ^ full of feathers, which had divers colours
DIVERS manners, in -
In many ways or turns, iro^vrpoirais point ropSs.
Heb. i. i at sundry times and in divers manners
DIVERS measures -
An ephah and an ephah, ns*jo r,* tt ephah ve-ephnh.
Deut25. 14 Thou shalt not have, .divers measures, a
I rov2o. 10 (and) divers measures, both of them (art)
DIVERS places, in
Down through (divers) places, Kara rdVovs kata.
Matt 24. 7 there shall be . . earthquakes, in divers pi.
Marki3. 8 shall be MttbmnkM in divers places
Luke 21. ii earthquakes shall be iu divers places
DIVERS seeds
Tiro different kinds, C-xS? kilayim.
I >eut ..-. 9 Thou shalt not sow thy vineyard with d.s.
DIVERS weights
A stone and a stone, I^KI J?x eben va-eben.
Deut25. 13 Thou shalt not have . . divers weights, a
Prov2o. 10 Divers weights both of them (are) alike
20. 2 3 Divers weights (are) an abomination untoDIVERSE
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DIVERSE
I.To be changed, different, ny? shanah.
Esth. 3. 8 and their laws (are) diverse from all peo.
2. To be changed, different, K}^ shena.
Dan. 7. 3 four great beasts, .diverse one from
7. 19 the fourth beast which was diverse from
3. To change, be different, N}?> shena, 3.
Dan. 7. 7 it (was) diverse from all the beasts that
DIVERSE, to be
1 . To be changed, different, Nji? shena.
Dan. 7. 23 fourth kingdom upon earth . . shall be di.
7. 24 he shall be diverse from the first, and he
2. To be changed, different, nyy shanah.
Esth. i. 7 the vessels being diverse one from another
.DIVERSE kind
TV o different kinds, 0^x79 kilayim.
Lev. 19. 19 not let thy cattle gender with a diverse k.
DIVERSITYI.
Genus, race, sort, ytvos genos.
i Co. 12. 28 helps, governments, diversities of ton.
2. Diverse parting, distribution, Staipfffts diairesis.
i Co. 12. 4 there are diversities of gifts, but the same
12. 6 there are diversities of operations, but
DIVIDE, to
1.7"o separate, ^19 badal, 5.
Gen, i. 4 (it was) good: and God divided the light
i. 6 let it divide the waters from the waters
i. 7 God . . divided the waters which (were)
1. 14 divide the day from the night; and let
i. 18 and to divide the light from the darkness
Exodzfi. 33 the veil shall divide unto you between the
2. To cleave, rend, J j3 baqa.
Exodi4. 16 stretch out thine hand, .and divide it; and
Ne,h. 9. ii thou didst divide the sea before them
Psa. 78. 13 He divided the sea, and caused them to
Isa. 63. 12 led (them) by the right hand . .dividing
3. To dissect, part, separate, in? bathar.
Gen. 15. 10 against another: but the birds divided he
4. To dissect, part, separate, inj bathar. 3.
Gen. 15. 10 he took unto him all these, and divided
. To cut doion, "us gazar.
1 Ki. 3. 25 Divide the living child in two, and give
3. 26 Let it be neither mine nor thine, (but) div.
Psa. 136. 13 To him which divided the lied sea into
6. To apportion, p?n chalaq.
Deut. 4. 19 which the LORD thy God hath divided
Josh. 14. 5 children of Israel did, and they divided
22. 8 divide the spoil of your enemies with your
2 Sa. 19. 29 I have said, Thou and Ziba divide the
Neh. 9. 22. nations, and didst divide them into cor.
Job 27. 17 and the innocent shall divide the silver
7. To be apportioned, P7.n chalaq, 2.
i Ch. 23. 6 David divided them into courses among
8. To apportion, p^n chalaq, 3.
Gen. 49. 7 I will divide them in Jacob, and scatter
49. 27 and at night he shall divide the spoil
Exodis. 9 I will overtake, I will divide the spoil
Josh 13. 7 divide this land for an inheritance unto
1 8. 10 Joshua divided the land unto the children
19. 51 divided for an inheritance by lot in Shi.
19. 51 they made an end of dividingthe country
Judg. 5. 30 Have theynot sped ? have they (not) divi.
i Ki. 1 8. 6 they divided the land between them, to
Psa. 60. 6 I will divide Shechem, and mete out the
68. 12 she that tarried at home divided the spoil
108. 7 I wil! divide Bhechem, and mete out the
Prov 1 6. 19 than to divide the spoil with the proud
Isa. 9. 3 as (men) rejoice when they divide the
34. 17 his hand hath divided it unto them by
53. 12 Therefore will I divide him (a portion)
53. 12 he shall divide the spoil with the strong
Lam. 4. 16 The anger of the LORD hath divided them
Eze. 5. i balances to weigh, and divide the (hair)
47. 21 So shall ye divide this land unto you
Dan. ii. 39 and shall divide the land for gain
Mic. 2. 4 turning away he hath divided our fields
9. To apportion for self, p?n chalaq, 7.
Josh. 1 8. 5 And they shall divide it into seven ^arts
10.7*0 hew, dig through, 3sn chatseb.
Psa. 29. 7 voice of the LORD divideth the flames
11.7*0 halve, divide, nyn chatsah.
Gen. 32. 7 he divided the people that (was) with him
33. i he divided the children unto Leah, and
Exodzi. 35 sell the live ox, and divide the money
21. 35 and the dead (ox) also they shall divide
Sum 31. 27 divide the prey into two parts, between
31. 42 Moses divided from the men that warred
Judg. 7. 16 he divided the three hundred men (into)
ij. 43 divided them into three companies, and
I2.ro give for inheritance, fyjj nachal.
Num34. 17 the men which shall divide the land unto
13. To cause to fall, ^53 naphal, 5.
Psa. 78. 55 He. .divided them an inheritance by line
14. To cut in pieces, nm nathach, 3.
Judg 19. 29 laid hold on his concubine, and divided
15.7> divide, ty palag, 3.
Job 38. 25 Who hath divided a water course for the
Psa. 55. 9 Destroy, O LORD, (and) divide their tong.
16. 7*o divide, clearc, cn$ paras, 5.
Lev. ii. 4 not eat. .of them that divide the hoof
ii. 4, 5 cheweth the cud, but divideth not the
ii. 7 the swine, though he- divide the hoof, and I
ii. 26 every beast which divideth the hoof
Deut 14. 7 or of them that divide the cloven hoof
14. 7 chew the cud, but divide not the hoof
14. I the swine, because it divideth the hoof
17. To break, divide, ~r\$ parar, 3a.
Psa. 74. 13 Thou didst divide the sea by thy strength
18. 7*0 quiet, i rj raga.
Job 26. 12 He divideth the sea with his power, and
Isa. 51. 15 I (am) the LORD thy God, that divided
Jer. 31. 35 which divideth the sea when the waves
19.7/0 mark off, a<popifa aphorizd.
Matt25. 32 shepherd divideth (his) sheep from the
20.7*0 give through, deal out, StaSiSeojui diadid nni.
Luken. 22 taketh. .his armour, .and divideth his
21.7*0 take diversely or apart, Siatpeta diaireo.
Lukeis- 12 And he divided unto them (his) living
1 Co. 12. ii dividing to every man severally as he
DIVIDE by lot, to
1.7*0 cause to fall, apportion, ^SJ naphal, 5.
Josh. 13. 6 divide thou it by lot ui to the Israelites "1
23. 4 have divided unto yoi1 by lot these
Dze. 45. i when ye shall divide by lot the land for
47. 22 shall divide it by lot for an inheritance
48. 29 the land which ye shall dividr by lot unto
2.7*0 give by lot thoroughly, KaraK\npo5oTfa kata.
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Acts 13. 19 [he divided their land to them by lot]
DIVIDE asunder, to
To separate, Vi^ badal, 5.
Lev. i. 17 (but) shall not divide (it) asunder: and
5. 8 wring off. .but shall not divide (it) asun.
DIVTDE self
7*o apportion, divide, distribute, pSn chalaq, 2.
Gen. 14. 15 he divided himself against them, he and
DIVIDE speedily, to
To cause to run, pi ruts, 5.
2 Ch.35. 13 divided (them) speedily among all the
DIVIDE rightly, to
7*o cut straight or right, opfloro/ucoi orthotomeo.
2 Ti. 2. 15 a workman .. rightly dividing the word of
DIVIDED
7*o be divided, 379 pelag.
Dan. 2. 41 the kingdom shall be divided ; but there
DIVIDED, to be
I. To be cleft, j-p-i baqa, 2.
Exodi4. 21 dry (land), and the waters were divided
2.7*0 be apportioned, divided, pSn chalaq.
i Ch.24. 4 more chief men. .and (thus) were they d.
Hos. 10. 2 Their heart is divided ; now shall they be
3. 7*o be or become apportioned, divided, p^n chalaq,2.
Nuni26. 53 Unto these the land shall bo divided for
26. 55 Notwithstanding the land shall be divi.
26. 56 the possession thereof be divided
1 Ki. 16. 2i Then were the people of Israel divided
4.7*0 be or become apportioned, p^n chalaq, 4.
Isa. 33. 23 then is the prey of a great spoil divided
Amos 7. 17 thy land shall be divided by line ; and
Zech.i4. i thy spoil shall be divided h: the midst
5.7*0 be halved, nyn chatsah, 2.
2 Ki. 2. 8 and they were divided hither and
Eze. 37. 22 neither shall they be divided into two
Dan. ii. 4 shall be broken, and shall be divided
6. To be divided, cleaved, separated, 37? palag, 2.
Gen. 10. 25 for in his days was the earth divided
1 Ch. 1. 19 because in his days the earth was divided
7.7*0 be separated, Tig parad, 2.
Gen. 10. 5 By these were the isles . . divided in their
10. 32 by these were the nations divided in the
2 Sa. i. 23 in their death they were not divided
8. 7*o be dealt out, divided, on? peras.
Dan. 5. 28 Thy kingdom is divided, and given to
9. 7*o become, ylvofnai ginomai.
Rev. 16. 19 the great city was divided into three parts
10. 7*o divide i?ito parts throughout, 8ia/uepia>.
Luken. 17 Every kingdom divided against itself is
11. 18 If Satan also be divided against himself
12. 52 there shall be five in one house divided
12. 53 The father shall be divided against the
22. 17 Take this, and divide (it) among yoursel.
II. TV) divide into parts, fieptfa merizo.
Matt 12. 25 Every kingdom divided against itself is
12. 25 every city or house divided against itself
12. 26 if Satan cast out Satan, he is divided ag. Mark 3. 24 if a kingdom be divided against itself
3. 25 if a house be divided against itself, that
3. 26 rise up against himself, and be divided
6. 41 the two fishes divided he among them all
Lukei2. 13 that he divide the inheritance with me
i Co. i. 13 Is Christ divided 1 was Paul crucified for
12.7*0 rend, ffx/Co) schizfi.
Acts 14. 4 But the multitude of the city was divided
23. 7 and the multitude was divided
DIVIDER
One who divides into parts, nfpurr-fis meristes.
Lukei2. 14 made me a. judge or a divider over you?
DIVIDING
7*o divide, cleave, separate, 379 pelag.
Dan. 7. 25 a time and times and the dividing of
DIVIDING asunder
Division into parts, /xepjo-juo s merismos.
Heb. 4. 12 even to the dividing asunder of soul and
DIVINATION
1. Divination, cppp miqsam.
Eze. 12. 24 nor flattering divination within the
13. 7 have ye not spoken a lying divination
2. 7*o divine, cpp qasam.
Eze. 21. 23 shall be unto them as a false divination
?.. Divination, cop qesem.
Nuni23. 23 neither (is there) any divination against
DeutiS. 10 that useth divination, (or) an observer of
2 Ki. 17. 17 and used divination and enchantments
Jer. 14. 14 they prophesy, .a false vision and divina.
Eze. 13. 6 They have seen vanity and lying divinat.
13. 23 see no more vanity, nor divine divinations
21. 21 head of the two ways, to use divination
21. 22 At his right hand was the divination for
4. Python, irvBtov jjuthon.
Acts 16. 16 possessed with a spirit of divination met
DIVrNATION, reward of
Divination, CD(3 qesem.
>"um.22. 7 departed with the rewards of divination
DIVINE
Divine, godly, god-like, Qtlos theios.
2 Pe. i. 3 as his divine power hatli given unto us
i. 4 might be partakers of the divine nature
DIVINE sentence
Divination, CDj3 qesem.
Prov.i6. 10 A divine sentence (is) in the lips of tha
DIVINE service
Public worship, \arpeia latreia.
Heb. 9. i had also ordinances of divine service
DrVTNE, to
1.7*0 divine, use enchantment, tpn} nachash, 3.
Gen. 44. 5 and whereby indeed he divineth >. Ye
44. 15 that such a man as I can certainly divine
2. To cut off, divine, use divinations, C5 qasam.
i Sa. 28. 8 I pray thee, divine unto me by the
Eze. 13. 9 that see vanity, and that divine lies
13. 23 see no more vanity, nor divine divinations
21. 29 whiles they divine a lie unto thee, to
Mic. 3. 6 it shall be dark, .that ye shall not divine
3. ii the prophets thereof divine for money
DIVTNER
7*o cut off, divine, Dpp qasam.
DeutiS. 14 hearkened unto observers, .and unto div
1 Sa. 6. 2 Philistines called for the. .diviners
Isa. 44. 25 That frustrateth. .and maketh diviners
Jer. 27. 9 hearken not . . to your diviners . . dreamer*
29. 8 Let not . . your diviners . . deceive you
Mic. 3. 7 seers be ashamed, and the diviners
Zechio. 2 diviners have seen a lie, and have told
DIVINING
7*o cut off", divine, Dpp qasam.
Eze. 22. 28 divining lies unto them, saying, Thus
DIVISION
I. Apportioning, dii ision, ni?Vq chaluqqah.
2 Ch. 35. 5 division of the families of the Levites
2. Course, division, npViD machaloqeth.
Josh 1 1. 23 according to their divisions by their
12. 7 possession according to their divisions
18. 10 the children, .according to theirdivisions
1 Ch.24. i (these are) the divisions of the sons of
26. i Concerning the divisions of the porters
26. 12 these (were) the divisions of the porters
26. 19 These (are) the divisions of the porters
Neh. ii. 36 of the Levites (were) divisions (in) Judah
3. Separation, ring pcditth.
Exod. 8. 23 I will put a division between my people
^.Division, H379 pelaggah.
Judg. 5. 15, 16 the divisions of Reuben (there were)
5. Division, .13^9 peluggah.
2 011.35. 5 according to the divisions of the families
Ezra 6. 18 they set the priests in their divisions
6..-1 division into parts throughout, ttafuptffpds-
Luke 12. ; i I tell you, Nay ; but rather division
7. A twofold upstanding, Sixoa-racria dichostosia.
Rom 16. 17 mark then? which cause divisions and
i Co. 3. 3 (th ero is) among you envying, .and [di vis.]
8.A rent, cleft, schism, erxiVjua schisma.
John 7. 43 there was a division among the people
9. 16 And there was a division among them
10. 19 There was a division therefore again
DIVISIONS 202 DO
x Co. i. 10 and (that) there be no divisions among
ii 18 I hear that there be divisions among you
DIVISIONS -
Divisions, ni^cp miphlaggoth.
i Ch.35. 12 might give according to the divisions
DIVORCE
A cutthnj off, nirnj kerithuth.
Jer. 3. 8 put her away, and given, .a bill of divorce
DIVORCED, to be
To loose off or away, airo\v<a apoluo.
Matt. 5. 32 whosoever shall marry herthat is divorced
DIVORCED, woman
To cast out, divorce, enj garash.
Lev 21. 14 a divor. woman, or profane, (or) an harlot
22. 13 priest s daughter be a widow, or divorced
>"uni3o. 9 of a widow, and of her that is divorced
DIVORCEMENT, ( writing of)
1.A cutting off, mm? kerithuth.
Deut24. i let him write her a bill of divorcement
24. 3 and write her a bill of divorcement, and
Isa. 50. i the bill of your mother s divorcement
2. A setting or standiixj off or away, a.iro(TTa.atov.
llatt 5 31 let him give her a writing of divorcement
19 7 command to give a writing of divorce
Mark 10. 4 suffered to write a bill of divorcement
DI-ZA -HAB. 3Pit "i golden, lord of gold.
A piace in the wilderness of Sinai, not far from the Red
Sea, over against Suph . the modern Dahab, a cape on
the W. shore of the Ou(f of Akabah, about two thirds
down its length. Gold was most likely found here
Deut i. i Tophel, and Laban, and Hazeroth, and D.
DO
1. Work, njpy.3 maaseh.
Judgi3. 12 flow shall we order, (how) shall we do
?. Peace, completeness, c^y shalom.
a Sa 11. 7 how Joab did, and how the people did
Eith. 2. ii to know how Esther did, and what should
DO (earnestly, u deed), to
1. To do, rrn hayah.
i Sa. 2. Vi the child did minister unto the LORD
2. To serve, 13% abaiL
Num. 3. 7, 5 to do the service of the tabernacle
4. 23, 10 to do the work in the tabernacle of
4 41 that might do service in the tabernacle
4. 47 came to do the service of the ministry
7. 5 that they may be to do the service of the
8. 15 to do the service of the tabernacle of
8. 19 to do the service of the children of Israel
3. 22 to do their service in the tabernacle of
5. 26 to keep the charge and shall do no ser.
16. 9 to do the service of the tabernacle of
18. o to do the service of the tabernacle of
Josh 22. *i that we might do the service of the LORD
Isa. 19 21 and shall do sacrifice and oblation
3. To dc, serve, TJJ abad.
Ezra 4. 22 Take heed now that ye fail not to do this
7. 18 to do with the rest of the silver and the
7. 18 that do after the will of your God
7. 26 whosoever will not do the law of thy God
Dan. 4. 35 he doeth according to his will in the
4. 35 or say unto him. What doest thou ?
6. 10 and gave thanks before his God, as he did
6. 22 before thee, king hav* I done no hurt
Ezra 6. I make a decree what ye shall do to the
4.7o do, act, Vft alal, 3a.
Lam i 32 do unto them as thou hast done unto me !
2. 20 and consider to whom thou hast done
6. To do, .17^ asah.
Gen. 3. 13 What (is) this (that) thou hast done ?
3 14 Because thou hast done this, thou (art)
4 10 What hast thou done ? the voice of thy
6. 22 Thus did Noah : according to all . . so did
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5 Noah did according unto all that the
3. 21 neither will I again smite, .as I have done <
9. 24 what his younger son had done unto him |
11. 6 this they begin to do : and now nothing
ii 6 which they have imagined to do
12. 18 What (is) this (that) thou hast done unto
16. 6 Behold, thy maid . do to her as it pleaseth
18. 5 and they said, So do, as thou hast said
18. 17 Shall I hide, .that thing which I do
18. 19 keep the way of the LORD, to do justice
:8 21 see whether they have done altogether
18. 25 be far from thee to do after this manner
18. 25 Shall not the Judge of all the earth do ri.
18. 29 he said, I will not do (it) for forty s sake
18. 30 1 will not do (it) if I find thirty there
39. 8 do ye to them as (is) good in your eyes
19. 8 unto these men do nothing ; for therefore
19. 22 I cannot do any thing till thou be come
20. 5 in. .innoceucy of my hands, have I done
20. 6 didst this in the integrity of thy heart
20. 9 What hast thou done unto us? and what
20. 9 thou hast done deeds unto me that ought
20. 10 What s:it thou, that thou hast done
21. i the LORD did unto Sarah as he had spoken
21. 22 God (is) with thee in all that thou doest
2:. 23 have done untu thee. thou. shalt do unto
21. 26 said, I wot not who hath done this
2. 12 neither do thou anything unto him
Gen.22. 16 because thou hast done this thing, and
1
24. 66 told Isaac all things that he had done
26. 10 What (is) this thou hast done unto usf
36. 29 thou wilt do us no hurt, as we have not
36. 29 as we have done unto thee nothing but
27. 19 I have done according as thou badest
27. 37 and what shall I do now unto thee
27. 45 forget (that) which thou hast done to him
28. 15 until I have done (that) which I have
29. 25 Vt hat (is) this thou hast done unto me
29. 28 And Jacob did so, and fulfilled her week
30. 31 If thou wilt do this thing for me, I will
31. 12 have seen all that Laban doeth unto thee
31. 16 whatsoever God hath said unto thee, do
31. 26 What hast thou done, that thou hast
31 28 Thou hast now done foolishly in (so) doing
31. 29 It is in the power of my hand to do you
31. 43 what can I do this day unto these my
34. 14 We cannot do this thing, to give our
34. 19 young man deferred not to do the thing
38. 10 thing which he did displeased the LARD
39. 3 all that he did to prosper in his hand
39. 9 how then can I do this great wickedness
39. 11 went into the house to do his business
39. 19 After this manner did thy servant to me
39. 22 aud whatsoever they did there, he was
39. 23 whichhe did, the LoRDmade (it)to prosp.
40. 15 here also have I done nothing that they
41. 21 showed Pharaoh what he (is) about to do
41. 28 What God (is) about to do he showeth
41 34 Let Pharaoh do (this), and let him appoint
41 55 Go i.ito Joseph ; what he saith to you, 1:0
42 18 said unto them the third day, This dp
42 20 bring your youngest brother, .they did 30
^2 25 aud thus did he unto them
42 28 What (is) this (that) God hath done unto
43. ii If (it must be) so now, do this; take
43. 17 the man did as Joseph bade; and the
44. 2 he did according to the word that Joseph
44. 5 Ye have done evil in so doing
44. 7 God forbid that thy servants should do
44 15 What deed (is) this that ye have done?
44. 17 God forbid that I should do so : (but) the
45. 17 This do ye ; lade your beasts, and go, net
45. 19 thou art commanded, this do ye; take you
45. 21 the children of Israel did so ; and Joseph
47. 30 And he said, I will do as thou hast said
50. 12 his sons did unto him according as he
Exod. i. 17 did not as the king of Egypt commanded
1. 18 Why have ye done this thing, and have
3. 20 all my wonders which I will do iu the
4. 15 and will teach you what ye shall do
4. 17 this rod . . wherewith thou shalt do signs
4. 2 . see that thou do all those wonders before
4. 30 did the signs in the sight of the people
6. i Now shalt thou see what I will do to P
7. 6 did as the LORD commanded them, so did
7. 10 and they did so as the LORD had comma.
7. ii they also did in like manner with their
7. 20 and Aaron did so, as the LORD command.
7. 22 the magicians of Egypt did so with their
8. 7 magicians did so with their enchantments
8. 13, 31 LORD did according to the word of M.
8. 17 they did no : for Aaron stretched out his
8. 1 8 magicians did so with their enchantmen.
8. 24 the LORD did so : and there came a gricv
8. 26 It is not meet so to do; for we shall
9. 5 the LORD shall do this thing in the land
9. 6 LORD did that thing on the morrow
11. 10 Moses and Aaron did all these wonders
12. 28 did as the LORD had commanded, .so did
12. 35 the children of Israel did according to
.12. jo Thus did all the children, .so did they
13. 8 because of that (which) the LORD did unto
14. 4 know that I (am) the LORD. And they did
14. 5 Why have we done this, that we have let
14. 31 saw that great work which the LORD did
15. ii holiness, learful (in) praises, doing woud.
25. 26 wilt do that which is right in his sight
16. 17 children of Israel did so, and gathered
17. 4 What shall I do unto this people?
17. 6 Moses did so in the sight of the elders
17. 10 Joshua did as Moses had said to him
18. i heard of all that God had done for Moses
18. 8 all that the LORD had done unto Pharaoh
18. 9 the goodness which the LORD had done
18. 14 Moses father in law saw all that he did
18. 14 What (is) this thing that thou doest to
18. 17 The thing that thou doest (is) not good
18. 20 must walk, and the work, .they must do
18. 23 If thou shalt do this thing, and God com.
1 8. 24 So Moses, .did all that he had said
19. 4 have seen what I did unto the Egyptians
19. 8 All that the LORD hath spoken we will do
20. 9 Six days shalt thou labour and do all
20. 10 thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy
21. ii if he do not these three unto her, then
22. 30 Likewise shalt thou do with thine oxen
23. 12 Six days thou shalt do thy work, and on
23. 22 obey his voice, and do all that 1 speak
23. 24 nor serve them, nor do after their works
24. 3 words, .the LORD hath said will we do
24. 7 All Uiat the L< >RD hath said will we do
29. t this (is) the thing that thou shalt do unto
29. 35 thus shalt thou do unto Aaron, and t
29. 41 shalt do thereto according to the meat
31. ii all that I have commanded . .shall tb y .lo
31. 14 whosoever doeth (any) work therein, that
31. 15 Six days may work be done; but in the
31. 15 whowMver doeth (any) work in the sati.
32. 14 which he thought to do unto his people
32. 21 What did this people unto thee, that thou
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28 the children of Levi did according to
5 that I may know what to do unto thee
17 do this thing also that thou hst spoken
10 before all thy people I will ilo marvels
i terrible thing that I will do with thee
1 LORD hath command, .that (ye) should do
2 Six days shall work be done, but on the
2 whosoever doeth work therein shall be
35 of them that do any work, and of those
2 stirred him up. .unto the work to do it
29 he did to both of them in both the cor.
32 the children of Israel did according t >
32 that the LORD commanded Moses, so did
43 they had done it as the LORD had com.
43 even so had they done it
16 Thus did Moses : according to all .did
2 which ought not to be done, and shall do
13 they have done (somewhat against) any of
13, 22 (things) which should not be done
20 he shall do with the bullock as he did
20 a sin offering, so shall he do with this
22 done (somewhat) through ignorance
27 he doeth (somewhat against) any -jf the
27 (things) which ought not to done
3 in any of all these that a man doeth
7 that he hath done in trespassing therein
4 And Moses did as the LORD commanded
5 thing which the LORD commanded to bed.
34 As he hath done this day, (so) the LORD
34 hath commanded to do, to make an ato.
36 Aaron and his sons did all things which
6 the LORD commanded that ye should do
7 they did according to the word of Mosea
15 do with that blood as he did withthe
1 6 so shall he do for the tabernacle of
29 shall afflict your souls, and do no work
34 And he did as the LORD commanded M.
3, 3 After the doings . . shall ye not do
4 Ye shall do my judgments, and keep
5 which ii a man do, he shall live in them
27 abomin have the men of the land dons
15 Ye shall do no unrighteousness in judgm.
35 shall do no unrighteousness in judgment
37 statutes, and ail my judgments, and do
8 And ye shall ktep my statutes, and do
22 statutes, and all my judgments, and do
31 keep my commandments, and do them
3 six days shall work be done : but th<-
3 ye shall do no work (therein) : it (is) the
7, 8, 21, 25, 36 ye shall do no servile work
28 And ye shall do no work in that same d.
30 that doeth any work in that same day
31 Ye shall do no manner of work : (it shall)
19 as lie hath done, so shall it be done to
23 the children of Israel did as the LORD
18 do my statutes, .keep my judgm. and do
3 and keep my commandments, and do
14 and will not do all these commandments
1 5 that ye will not do all my commandments
1 6 I also will do this unto you ; I will even
54 the children of Israel did according to
54 that the LORD commanded Moses, so did
34 the children of Israel did according to all
3 to do the work in the tabernacle of the
19 But thus do unto them, that they may
4 the children, .did so, and put them out
4 as the LORD spake . . so did the children
7 confess their sin which they have done
21 must do after the law of his separation
3 Aaron did so ; he lighted the lamps
7 thus shalt thou do unto them, to cleans*
20 and Aaron, .did to the Levites according
20 so did the children of Israel unto them
22 to do their service in the tabernacle of
22 as the LORD had. so did they unto them
26 Thus shalt thou do unto the Levites
5 according to. so did the children of Isr.
14 according to the manner, .so shall he do
22 and my miracles which I did in Egypt
28 as ye have spoken, .so will I do to you
35 I will surely do it unto all this evil
12 so shall ye do to every one according to
13 All. .shall do these things after this
14 as ye do, so he shall do
30 But the soul that doeth . . presumptuously
39 remember all the comman dments . . and do
40 may remember, and do all my command.
6 This do : Take you censers, Korah, and
28 LORD hath sent me to do all these works
11 And Moses did (so), .so did he
27 And Moses did as the LORD commanded
34 thou shalt do to him as thou didst unto
2 Balak . . saw all that Israel had done to
17 I will do whatsoever thou sayest unto
18 I cannot go beyond, .to do less or more
20 which I shall say . . that shall thou do
28 and she said . . What have I done unto
30 was I ever wont to do so unto thee ? And
2 And Balak did as Balaam had spoken
1 1 Balak said . . What hast thou done unto
19 hath he said, and shall he not d<> (it)
26 All that the LORD speaketh. that I must
30 Aud Balak did as Baalam had said, and
13 to do (either) good or bad of mine own
14 advertise thee what this people shall do
1 8 shall be a possession, .and Israel shall do
22 Moses did as the LORD commanded him
18 ye shall do no manner of servile work
25, 26 ye shall do no servile w ik
!> 12, 35 ye shall do no senile work
7 ye shall not do any work (therein)
3; The.se (things) ye shall do unto theLoRO
Deut.
DO
2 he shall do according to all that proceed.
31 and Eleazar. .did as the LORD cornman.
8 Thus did your fathers, when I sent them
13 that had done evil in the sight of the
20 If ye will do this thing, if ye will
23 if ye will not do so, behold, ye have
24 do that which hath proceedeth out of
25 servants will do as my lord commandeth
31 As the LORD hath said, .so will we do
56 I shall do unto you, as I thought to do
10 so did the daughters of Zelophehad
14 which thou hast spoken (is) good, .to do
i S commanded .. all the things . . ye should do
30 according to all that he did for you
44 out against, .and chased you, as bees do
12 Israel did unto the land of his possession
22 As he did to the children of Esau, which
29 As the children of Esau . . did unto me
2 thou shalt do unto him as thou didst
6 as we did unto Sihon king of Heshbon
21 all that the LORD your God hath done
21 so shall the LORD do unto all the kingd.
24 that can do according to thy works, and
i for to do (them), that ye may live, and
3 Your eyes have seen what the LORD did
5 that ye should do so in the land whither
6 Keep therefore and do (them) : for this
14 that ye might do them in the land
25 shall do evil in the sight of the LORD
34 all that the LORD your God did for
i ye may learn them, and keep and do
13 Six days thou shalt labour, and do all
14 (in it) thou shalt not do any work, thou
27 speak thou. .and we will hear (it), anddo
31 that they may do (them) in the land
32 Ye shall observe to do therefore as the
i that ye might do (them) in the land
3 Hear therefore . . and observe to do (it)
18 thou shalt do (that which is) right and
24 the LORD commanded us to do all these
25 if we observe to do all these command.
11 which I command thee this day, to do
12 if ye hearken to. .and keep and do them
1 8 what the LORD thy God did uuto Pharaoh
19 so shall the LORD thy God do unto all the
i All the command. . .shall ye observe to do
18 I did neither eat bread, nor drink water
1 8 in doing wickedly in the sight of the
si that hath done for thee these .. things
3 which he did in the midst of Egypt
4 what he did unto the army of Egypt
5 what he did unto you in the wilderness
6 what he did unto Dathan and Abu-am
7 the great acts of the LORD which he did
22 which I command you, to do them, to
32 ye shall observe to do all the statutes
i judgments which ye shall observe to do
4 shall not do so unto the LORD your God
8 not do after all (the things) that we do
14 thou shalt do all that I command thee
25 when thou shalt do (that which is) right
28 when thou doest (that which is) good
30 even so will I do likewise
31 Thou shalt not do so unto the LORD thy
31 every abomination, .have they done unto
32 What thing. .1 command, .observe to do
11 shall do no more any such wickedness as
18 to do (that which is) right in the eyes of
29 the work of thine hand which thou doest
5 to observe to do all these commandmeu.
17 unto thy maid servant thou shalt do
1 8 shall bless thee in all that thou doest
8 thou shalt do no work (therein)
12 thou shalt observe and do these statutes
10 thou shalt do according to the sentence
10 thou shalt observe to do according to
11 which they shall tell thee, thou shalt do
12 the man that will do presumptuously, and
13 andfear, and do no more presumptuously
19 this law and these statutes, to do them
9 thou shalt not learn to do after the
12 all that do these things (are) an abomina.
9 keep all these commandments to do them
19 do unto him as. . .thought to have done
15 Thus shalt thou do unto all the cities
1 8 not to do after all their abominations
1 8 which they have done unto their gods
9 when thou chalt do (that which is) right
3 In like manner shalt thou do with his ass
3 and so shall thou do with his raiment
3 with all lost thing .. shalt thou do likewise
5 all that do so (are) abomination uuto the
26 But unto the damsel thou shalt do
8 do according to all that the priests the
8 as I commanded, .ye shall observe to do
9 what the LORD thy God did unto Miriam
18, 22 therefore 1 command thee to do this
16 all that do such things, (and) all that do
17 what Amalek did uuto thee by the way
14 have done according to all that thou hast
16 to do these statutes and judgments
16 keep and do them with all thine heart
10 and do his commandments and his statu.
26 conflrmeth not. .words to do them
1 to do all his commandments which I com.
13 hearken untc the commandments-, .to do
15 to do all his commandments and his
20 thou settest thine hand unto for to do
20 because of the wickedness of thy doings
58 If thou wilt not observe to do all the
2 Ye have seen allthat the LORD did before
9 Keep . . words of this covenant, and do
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9 that ye may prosper in all that ye do
24 Wherefore hath the LORD done thus unto
29 that (we) may do all the words of this law
8 do all his commandments which I comm.
12, 13 bring it. .that we may hear it, and do
14 and in thy heart that thou mayest do
4 the LOf.P shall do unto them as he did to
5 that ye may do unto them according
12 observe to do all ihe words of this law
29 ye will do evil, in the sight of the LORD
46 command your children to observe to do;
9 and did as the LORD commanded Moses
ii wonders which the LORD sent him to do
8 that thou mayest observe to do according
16 All that thou commandest us we will do
10 what ye did unto the two kings of
5 to morrow the LORD will do wonders
8 the children of Israel did so as Joshua
23 as the LORD your God did to the Red sea
15 Loose thy shoe . . And Joshua did so
3 Thus shalt thou do six days
14 compassed the city . . so they did six days
9 and what wilt thou do unto thy great
19 tell me now what thou hast done ; hide
20 I have sinned . .thus and thus have I done
2 shalt do to Ai and her king as thou didst
8 accor. to the commandment, .shall ye do
3 what Joshua had done unto Jericho and
9 heard the fame of him, and all that he d.
10 all that he did to the two kings of the
20 This we will do to them ; we will even let
24 we were sore afraid . . and have done
25 good and right unto thee to do unto us d
26 so did he unto them, and delivered them
i as he had done to Jericho and her king
1 so he had done to Ai and her king
23 they did so, and brought forth those five
25 thus shall the LORD do to all your enem.
28 he did to the king of Makkedah as he d.
30 did unto the king thereof as he did unto
32> 35> 37 according to all that he had done
39 left none remaining : as he had done to
39 so he did to Debir. .as he had done
9 Joshua did unto them as the LORD bade
15 so did Moses command Joshua, and so d.
5 As the LORD commanded, .so. .Israel did
5 take diligent heed to do the command.
24 And if we have not. .done it for fear of
3 ye have seen all that the LORD, .hath done
6 and to do all that is written in the book
8 But cleave . . as ye have done unto this
5 according to that which I did among them
7 your eyes have seen what I have done in
17 which did those great signs in our sight
31 the works of the LORD, that he hath done
7 as I have done, so God hath requited me
2 ye have not obeyed, .why have ye done
7 the great works of the LORD that he did
10 nor yet the works which he had done for
11 the children of Israel did evil in the sight
17 obeyingthe commandments, .(but)theyd.
7 the children of Israel did evil in the sight
12 And the children of Israel did evil again
12 they had done evil in the sight of the L.
i the children of Israel again did evil
1 the children of Israel did evil in the sight
20 pour out the broth. And he did so
27 and did as the LORD had said unto him,
27 he could not do (it) by day, that he did
29 they said . . Who hath done this thing?
29 Gideon the son of Joash hath done this
40 And God did so that night : for it was dry
17 he said. .Look on me, and do likewise
17 it shall be, (that) as I do, so shall ye do
2 What have I done now in comparison of
3 what was I able to do in comparison of
16 if ye have done truly and sincerely
16 and have done unto him according to the
33 then mayest thou do to them as thou
48 What ye have seen me do. .haste, .do
56 rendered the wickedness . . which he did
6 the children of Israel did evil again in
15 do thou unto us whatsoever seemeth good
10 if we do not so according to thy words
27 thou doest me wrong to war against me
36 do to me according to that which hath
39 who did with her (according) to his vow
i And the children of Israel did evil again
8 teach us what we shall do unto the
19 and (the angel) did wondrously ; and M.
6 but he told not. .what he had doD
10 for so used the young men to do
3 though I do them a displeasure
6 the Philistines said, Who hath done
7 Though ye have done this, yet will I be
10 to do to him as he hath done to us
11 what (is) this, .thou hast done unto us?
ii As they did unto me, so have I done unto
6 every man did (that which was) right in
. 14 therefore consider what ye have to do
. 18 Then said the priest unto them, What do
i. 23 seeing that this man is come, .do not
i. 24 do with them what seemeth good unto
i. 24 but unto this man do not so vile a thing
.. 9 the thing which we will do to Gibeah
i. 10 that they may do, when they come to G.
:. 7, 16 How shall we do for wives for them
. ii And this (is) the thing that ye shall do
. 23 And the children of Benjamin did so. and
.25 every man did (that which was) right in
:. 17 the LORD do so to me, and more also
i. ii all that thou hast done unto thy mother
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4 he will tell thee what thou shalt do
5 All that thou sayest unto me I will do
6 she went down, .and did according to
1 1 I will do to thee all that thou ruquirest
1 6 she told her all that the man had done to
1 1 do thou worthily in Ephratah, and be
7 And (as) he did so year by year, when she
23 her husband said . . Do what seemeth thee
14 So they did In Shiloh unto all the Israelit.
22 heard all that his sons did unto all Israel
23 said unto them, Why do ye such things?
35 shall do according to (that) which (is) in
ii Behold, I will do a thing in Israel, at
17 God do so to thee, and more also, if thou
1 8 let him do what seemeth him good
8 What shall we do with the ark of the God
2 What shall we do to the ark of the LORD?
9 (then) he hath done us this great evil
10 the men did so ; and took two milch kine
8 which they have done since the day that
8 served other gods, so do they also unto
2 saying, What shall I do for my son ?
7 (that) thou do as occasion serve thee ; for
8 till I. .shew thee what thou shalt do
10 ye shall do with us all that seemeth good
7 which he did to you and to your fathers
16 which the LORD will do before your eyes
17 which ye have done in the sight of the L.
20 Fear not : ye have done all this wickedn.
11 And Samuel said, What hast thou done?
7 Do all that (is) in thine heart : turn thee
36 they said, Do whatsoever seemeth good
40 the people said . . Do what seemeth good
43 Saul said. .Tell me what thou hast done?
44 Saul answered, God do so and more
2 I remember (that) which Amalek did to
19 and didst evil in the sight of the LORD?
3 I will shew thee what thou shalt do
4 Samuel did that which the LORD spake
29 David said, What have I now done ?
18 told him all that Saul had done to him
1 What have I done? what (is) mine iniq. ?
2 my father will do nothing either great or
4 Whatsoever thy soul desireth, I will . .do
13 The LORD do so and much more to Jona.
32 shall he be slain ? what hath he done ?
3 till I know what God will do for me
4 that thou mayest do to him as it shall
6 The LORD forbid that I should do this
19 for that thou hast done unto me this day
17 know and consider what thou wilt do
22 So and more also do God unto the enemies
30 when the LORD shall have done to my
16 This, .(is) not good that thou hast done
1 8 for what have I done? or what evil
25 thou shalt both do great (things), and
ii So did David, and so (will be) his manner
2 thou shalt know what thy servant can do
9 Behold, thou knowest what Saul hath d.
15 thou mayest make known, .what I shall do
17 the LORD hath done to him, as he spake
18 therefore hath the LORD done this thing
8 And David said. .But what have I done?
23 Then said David, Ye shall not do so, my
ii of that which the Philistines had done to
6 because ye have done this thing
9 So do God to Abner, and more also, except
9 as the LORD hath sworn, .even so I do to
18 Now then do (it) : for the LORD hath spok.
24 What hast thou done? behold, Abner ca.
25 Abner. .came, .to know all that thou do.
35 So do God to me, and more also, if I
36 as whatsoever the king did pleased all
39 the LORD shall reward the doer of evil
25 David did so, as the LORD had commanded
3 Go, do all that (is) in thine heart ; for the
21 For thy word s sake, .hast thou done all
23 to do for you great things and terrible
25 establish (it) for ever, and do as thou
1 1 According to all . . so shall thy sen-ant do
12 the LORD do that which seemeth him
i * thy soul liveth, I will not do this thing
>7 the thing that David had done displeased
"5 the man that hath done this (thing) shall
6 he did this thing, and because he had no
9 to do evil in his sight ? thou hast killed
12 thou didst (it) secretly : but I will do this
21 What thing (is) this that thou hast done?
3 1 thus did he unto all the cities of the chil.
2 hard for him to do any thing to her
12 my brother, .do not thou this folly
1 6 greater than the other that thou didst
29 the servants . . did . . as Absalom had com.
20 hath thy servant Joab done this thing
21 Behold now, I have done this thing : go
6 on this manner did Absalom to all Israel
26 let him do to me as seemeth good unto
10 Wherefore hast thou done so ?
20 Give counsel among you what we shall do
6 shall we do (after) his saying? if not
4 What seemeth you best I will do
13 God do so to me, and more also, if thou
18 and to do what he thought good
27 do therefore (what is) good in thine eyes
37 do to him what shall seem good unto thee
38 I will do to him that which shall seem
38 and whatsoever, .(that) will I do for thee
3 David said . .What shall I do for you?
4 What ye shall say, (that) will I do for you
1 1 it was told David.what Rizpah . . had done
17 Be it far from me. .that I should do this
17 These things did these three mighty men
DO 264 DO
2 Sa. 23. 22 These (things) did Benaiah the son of
34. 10 I have sinned greatly in that I have done
24. 17 I have sinned, and I have done wickedly
24. 17 but these sheep, what have they done?
i Ki. i. 6 saying, Why hast thou done so? and he
1. 30 even so will I certainly do this day
2. 3 mayest prosper in all that thou doest
2. 5 thou km > west also what Joab . . did to me
2. 5 what he did to the two captains of the
2. 6 Do therefore according to thy wisdom
2. 9 and knowest what thou oughleit to do
2. 23 saying, God do so to me, and more also
2. 31 Do as he hath said, and fall upon him
2. 38 my lord . . hath said, so will thy servant do
2. 44 that thou didst to David my father
3. 12 I have done according to thy words
3. 28 the wisdom of God (was) in him to do ju.
5. 8 I will do all thy desire concerning timber
7. 18 and so did he for the other chapiter
7. 40 Hiram made an end of doing all the work
8. 32 Then hear thou in heaven, and do, and
8. 39 and forgive, and do, and give to every
8. 43 do according to all that the stranger
8. 66 all the goodness that the LOKI> had done
9. i Solomon s desire, .he was pleased to do
9. 4 to do according to all that I have comma.
9. 8 Why hath the LORD done thus unto this
10. 9 therefore made he thee king, to do judg
11. 6 Solomon did evil in the sit;ht of the LORD
ii. 8 likewise did he for all his strange wives
ii. 12 I will not do it for David thy father s
n. 33 to do (that which is) right in mine eyes
ii. 38 and wilt walk in my ways, and do (that is)
ii. 38 keep my statutes, .as David . .did
11. 41 and all that he did, and his wisdom
12. 27 If this people go up to do sacrifice in
12. 32 So did he in Beth-el, sacrificing unto
13. ii that the man of God had done that day
14. 4 And Jeroboam s wife did so, and arose
14. 8 to do (that) only (which was) right in
14. 9 But hast done evil above all that were
14. 22 And Judah did evil in the sight of the L.
14. 22 above all that their fathers bad done
14. 24 they did according to all the abominations
14. 29 rest of the acts, .and all that he did
15. 3 all the sins, .which he had done before
15. 5, ii did (that which was) right in the
75. 7, 31 rest of the acts, .all that he did
15. 23 and all his might, and all that he did
15. 26, 34 And he did evil in the sight of the L.
16. 5 and what he did, and his might
16. 7 all the evil that he did in the sight of the
16. 14 rest of the acts . . and all that he did
16. 19 in doing evil in the sight of the LORD
16. 19 in his sin which he did, to make Israel to
16. 27 the rest of the acts of Omri which he did
16. 30 Ahab. .did evil in the sight of the LORD
16. 33 Ahab did more to provoke the LORD
17. 5 did according unto the word of the LORD
17. 13 Fear not ; go (and) do as thou hast said
17. 15 she went, and did according to the saying
18. 13 what I did when Jezebe} slew the proph.
18. 36 I have done all these things at thy word
19. i Ahab told Jezebel all that Elijah had done
19. 2 So let the gods do (to me), and more also
19. 20 Go back again : for what have I done to
20. 9 All . . I will do : but this . . I may not do
20. 10 The gods do so unto me, and more also
20. 22 and mark, and see what thou doest
20. 24 And do this thing ; Take the kings away
20. 25 he hearkened unto their voice, and did so
21. ii the men. .did as Jezebel had sent unto
21. 26 he did. .according to all (things) as did
22. 22 Thou shall persuade . . go forth, and do so
22. 39 rest of the acts, .and all that he did
22. 43 doing (that which was) right in the eyes
22. 52 And ne did evil in the sight of the LORD
22. 53 according to all that his father had done
3 Ki. i. 1 8 rest of the acts of Ahaziah which he did
2. 9 Ask what I shall do for thee, before I
4. 2 Elisha said unto her, What shall I do
4. 13 what (is) to be done for thee? wouldest
5. 13 wouldest thou not have done (it)?
6. 15 Alas, my master ! how shall we do ?
6. 31 he said, God do so and more also to me
7. 9 they said one to another, We do not well
7. 12 what the Syrians have done to us
8. 2 did after the saying of the man of God
8. 4 the great things that Elisha hath done
8. ;2 Because I know the evil that thou wilt do
8. 13 that he should do this great thing?
8. 1 8 And he walked . as did the house of Ahab
8. 18, 27 did evil in the sight of the LORD
8. 23 rest of the acts, .and all that he did
o. 5 and will do all that thou shall bid us
o. 5 do thou (that which is) good in thine eyes
o. 10 the LORD hath done (that) which he spake
o. 19 But Jehu did(il)in sublilty, to the intent
o. 30 Because thou hast done well in executing
o. 30 hast done unto the house of Ahab accor.
0. 34 rest of Ihe acts of Jehu, and all. .he did
1. 5 This (is) the thing that ye shall do
1. 9 the captains over the hundreds did accor.
2. 2 And Jehoash did (that which was) right
2. 1 1 into the hands of them that did the work
2. 19 rest of the acts, .all that he did
3. 2, ii he did (that which was) ?vil in the
3. 8, 12 resl of the acts, .all lhat he did
4. 3 he did (that which was) right in the sight
4. 3 he did . . as Joash his father did
4. 15 rest of Ihe acts of Jehoash which he did
14. 24 And he did (that which was) evil in
2 Ki 14. 28 all lhal he did, and his mighl, how
5- 3> 34 And he did (lhat which was) right in
15. 3, 34 accordingto all .his father, .hail June
15. 6 rest of the acls. .all lhat he did
15. 9, 1 8, 24, 28 he did (that which was) evil in
15. 9 as his fathers had done : he departed not
15. 21, 26, 31, 36 rest of Ihe acts, .all that he did
15. 34 did accord ing to all lhal. J zziah haddone
16. 2 and did not (lhat which was) right in
16. 16 Thus did I rijah Ihe priest, according to
1 6. 19 rest of the acts of Ahaz which he did
17. 2 And he did (that which was) evil in the
17. 12 LORD had said. .Ye shall not do this
17. 15 lhat they should not do like them
17. 17 and sold themselves to do evil in the
17. 22 in all the sins of Jeroboam which he did
17. 34 I nlo this day they do after the former
17. 34 neither do Ihey after their statutes
17. 37 ye shall observe to do for evermore
37. 40 but Ihey did afler Iheir former manner
17. 41 as did Iheir fathers, so do they unto this
18. 3 did .according to all that David, .did
1 8. 12 and would not hear (them), nor do (them)
19. ii what the kings of Assyria have done to
19. 25 Hasl thou not heard, .(how) I have done
19. 31 the zeal of Ihe LORD (of hosls) shall do
20. 3 and have done (lhat which is) good in
20. o the LORD will do the thing thai he halh
21. 2 And he did (lhal which was) evil in Ihe
. 3 and made a grove, as did Ahab king of I.
. 8 only if Ihey will observe lo do according
. o seduced them to do more evil than did
. ii hath done these . . hath done wickedly
15 they have done (thai which was) evil in
16 in doing (lhal which was) evil in the sight
17 resl of Ihe acts, .all that he did
. 20 And he did .as his father Manasseh did
. 25 rest of Ihe acls of Anion which he did
22. 2 And he did (that which was) right in
22. 9 into Ihe hand of them that do Ihe work
22. 13 to do according unto all thai which is
23. 17 proclaimed Ihese things that thou hast d.
23. 19 Josiah took away, ami did to Ihem acco.
23. 19 lo all the acts thai he had done in Beth.
23. 28 rest of Ihe acts, .all thai lie did
23. 32, 37did. . according to all. .hisfathershadd.
24. 3 Mauasseh, according to all that he did
24. 5 rest of the acts, .all that he did
24. o did. .according to all.. his father had d.
24. 19 did. . according lo all. .Jehoiakimhaddo.
Ch. 10. 1 1 heard all that the Philistines had done
ii. 19 God forbid it me, lhal I should do this
ii. 19 These things did these three mightiest
11. 24 These (things) did Benaiah the son of Je.
12. 32 to know what Israel ought to do
13. 4 the congregation said that they would do
14. 16 David therefore did as God commanded
1 6. 12 his marvellous works that he hath done
17 2 Do all that (is) in thine heart ; for God
17 19 according to thine own heart, hast thoud.
17. 23 be established . .and do as Ihou hasl said
19. 13 let the LORD do (that which is) good in
21. S I have sinned .because I have done this
21. 10 choose thee one of them, lhal I may do
21. 17 (as for) Ihese sheep, what have they done?
21. 23 let my lord the king do (thai which is)
22. 16 be doing, and the LORD be with thee
23. 24 that did the work fur the service of the
27. 26 over Ihem lhat did Ihe work of the field
23. 7 be conslant to do my commandments
28. 10 Take heed now. .be strong, and do (it)
?}. 20 Be strong and of good courage and do
29. 19 to do all (these things), and to build the
Ch. 6. 23 and do, and judge thy servants, by
6. 33 do according to all that the stranger
-. 17 do according to all that I have command.
7 21 Why hath the LORD done thus unto this
Q. S made he thee king, .to do judgment and
12. 14 he did evil, because he prepared not his
:4. 2 Asa did (that which was) good and right
14. 4 to do Ihe law and Ihe commandment
. 18. 21 thou shall also prevail: go oul, and do
19. 6 said to Ihe judges, Take heed what ye do
19. 7 take heed, and do (it): for (there is) no
19. 9 Thus shall ye do in the fear of the LORD
19. 10 this do, and ye shall not trespass
20. 12 neither know we what to do: but our
20. 32 doing (that which was) right in Ihe sight
20. 35 king of Israel, who did very wickedly
21. 6 he walkc-d. .likens did the house of Ahab
22. 4 Wherefore he did evil in Ihe sight of the
23. 4 This (is) the thing that ye shall do
23. 8 So the Levites and all Judah did accord.
24. 2 And Joash did (that which was) right
24. ii Thus they did day by day. and gathered
24. 12 to such as did the work of the service
24. 16 because he had done good in Israel, both
24. 22 which Jehoiada his father had done to
25. 2 And he did (that which was) right in
25. 8 if Ihou will go, do (il), be slrong for Ihe
25. q what shall we do for the hundred talents
25. 16 to destroy thee, because thou hast done
26. 4 did. .according to all that. . Ama/iah did
27. 2 he did. .according to all that. . I zziah did
08. i he did not (thai which was) righl in the
29. 2 did . . according to all . . David . . had done
29. 6 done (that which was) evil in the eyes of
30. 5 they had done (it) of a long (time in)
30. 12 to do the commandment of the king and
31. 20 thus did Hezekiah throughout all Judah
31. 21 did (it)wilh al! his heart, and prospered
32. 13 Know ye. .what I and my falhers him .!
2 <"h. 33. 33 inhabitants of Jerusalem did him honour
33. 2 did (that which was) evil in the sight of
33. 8 to do all that I have commanded them
33. 9 to do worse than the heathen, whom the
33. 22 did(thai which wu)evfl. .asdidManasst-h
34. 2 he did (that which was) right in the sight
34. 12 And the men did the work faithfully
34. 16 All . .committed to thy servants, they do
34. 21 to do after all that is written in this
34. 32 Ihe inhabitants oi Jerusalem did accor.
35. 6 that (they) may do according to the word
36. 5, 9, 12 he did (thai which was) evil in the
36. 8 his abominations which he did, and thai
Ezra 7. 10 lo seek the law of the LORD, and to do
10. 4 be of good courage, and do (it)
10. 5 they should do according to this word
10 ii make confession, .and do his pleasure
10. 12 As thou hast said, so nni.it we do
10. 16 And the children of the captivity did so
Xeh. i. 9 keep my commandments, and do them
2. 12 had put in my heart to do at Jerusalem
2. 16 knew not whither I went, or what I did
2. 1 6 nor to the rulers, nor to the rest that did
2. 19 What (is) this thing lhal ye do? will ye
4. 2 What do these feeble Jews . will they
5. 9 It (is) not good thai ye do : ought ye not
5. 12 so will we do as thou gayest
5. 12 they should do according to this promise
5. 13 the people did according lo this promise
5. 15 so did not I, because of the fear of God
5. 19 (according}
to all lhal I have done for
6. 2 But they thoughl to do me mischief
6. 3 I (am) doing a great work, so that I can.
6. 13 that I should be afraid, and do so, ami
8. 17 had not the children of Israel done so
9. 17 thy venders that thou didst among Ihem
9. 24 Ihey might do with them as they would
y. 28 did evil again . . and many times didst
9. 29 which if a man do, he shall live in them
9. 33 hast done right, but we have done wick.
10. 29 to observe and do all the commandments
11. 12 their brelhren that did the work of the
13. 7 the evil that Kliashib did for Tobiah
13. 10 Levites and the singers, thai did the work
13. 14 my good deeds that I have done for the
13. 17 What evil thing (is) this that ye do, and
13. 18 Did not your fathers thus, and
13. 27 then hearken unto you to do all this
Esth. i. 8 should do accordinglo every man s plea.
i. 15 Whal shall we do unlo Ihe queen Vashli
1. 21 king did according to the word of Mem.
2. i remembered Vashti, and what she had d.
2. 4 the thing pleased the king ; and he did so
2. 20 Esther did Ihe commandment of Morde.
3. ii do wilh them as it seemeth good to thee
4. 17 and did according to all that Esther had
5. 5 haste, thai he may do as Esther halh
5. 8 will do lo morrow as the king hath said
6. 6 What shall be done unto Ihe man whom
6. 6 delighlto dolionour more than to myself
6. 10 and do even so to Mordecai the Jew, that
7. 5 that durst presume in his heart to do so?
j. 5 did what they would unto those that ha.
9. 12 what have they done in the rest of the
9. 12 what (is) thy request .and it shall be do.
9. 13 to do to morrow also according unto this
9. 23 Jews undertook to do as they had begun
.Toh i. 5 Thus did Job continually
i. 9 and said, Doth Job fear God for noughlT
;. 9 Which doeth great things and uusearch.
>. 10 Which doeth great Ihings past finding
9. 12 who will say unto him. What doest thou?
-.3. 20 do nol two (things) unto me ; then will
21. 31 who shall repay him (what) he hath done
23. 13 (what) his soul desireth, even (that) he d.
31. 14 What then shall I do when God riselh
35. 6 Iransgressions be multiplied, what doest
37. 5 great things doeth he, which we cannot
42. 9 did according as the LORD commanded
Psa. i. 3 and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper
7. 3 O LORD my God, if I have done this
14. 1,3 (there is) none that doeth good
15. 3 nor doeth evil to his neighbour, nor
15. 5 He that doeth these, .shall never be
22. 31 shall declare, .lhal he halh done (this)
31. 23 and plentifully rewardeth the proud doer
34. 14 Depart from evil, and do good; seek
34. 16 the LORD (is) against them that do evil
37. 3 Trust in the LORD, and do good ; (so)
37. 27 Depart from evil, and do good ; and dwell
39. 9 opened nol my mouth ; because Ihou di.
40. 5 Ihy wonderful works (which) Ihou hasl d.
40. 8 I delighl lo do thy will, O my God
50. 21 These, .hast Ihou done, and I kepi silcn.
51. 4 and done (Ihis) evil in thy sight : thai
52. 9 I will praise thee . . because thou hast do.
53. 1,3 (there is) none that doeth good
56. 4 1 will not fear what flesh can do unto
56. ii I will not be afraid what man can do
60. 12 Through God we shall do valiantly
.66. 16 I will declare whal he hath done for my
71. 19 O God. .who hasl done great things : O
72. 18 the God of Israel, who only doeth
77. 14 Thou (art) the God that doest wonders
78. 4 his wonderful works that he halh done
78. 12 Marvellous things did he in the sighl of
83. 9 Do unlo Ihem as (unto) the Midianiles
86. 10 For thou (art) greaj, and doest wondrous
98. i for he hath done marvellous things
103. 1 8 that remember his commandments lo do
103. i*o lhal excel in strength, thai do his com.
103. 21 (ye) ministers of his, that do his pleasure
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Fsa 105. 5 his marvellous works that he hath done
106. 3 he that doeth righteousness at all times
106. 6 We have sinned . . we have done wickedly
106. 21 which had done great things in Egypt
107. 23 that do business in great waters
jo8. 13 Through God we shall do valiantly
109. 21 But do thou for me, O GOD the Lord
109. 27 may know that, .thou, LORD, hast done
in. 10 good understanding have all they that do
115. 3 he hath done whatsoever he hath
1 18. 61 will not fear : what can man do unto
118. 15, 16 the right hand of the LORD doeth
119. 121 I have done judgment and justice
119. 166 LORD, I have, .done thy commandments
126. 2, 3 The LORD hath done great things for
135. 6 Whatsoever the LORD pleased, (that) did
136. 4 To him who alone doeth great wonders
143. 10 Teach me to do thy will ; for thou (art)
Prov. 2. 14 Who rejoice to do evil, (and) delight in
3. 27 when, .in the power of thine hand to do
6 3 Do this now, my son, and deliver thyself
6. 32 he (that) doeth it destroyeth his own
10. 23 (It is) as sport to a fool to do mischief
21. 3 To do justice and judgment (is) more
21. 7 because they refuse to do judgment
21. 15 (It is) joy to the just to do judgment
24. 29 I will do so to him as he hath done to me
25. 8 lest (thou know not) what to do in the
31. 29 Many daughters have done virtuously
.Eccl. 2. 2 I said, .of mirth, What doeth it ?
2. 3 which they should do under the heaven
2. u the labour that I had laboured to do
3. 12 for (a man) to rejoice, and to do good In
3. 14 whatsoever God doeth, it shall be for
3. 14 God doeth (it), that (men) should fear
5. i for they consider not that they do evil
7. 20 not a just man upon the earth, that do.
8. 3 for he doeth whatsoever pleaseth
8. 4 who may say unto him, Whatdoest thou ?
8. 10 were forgotten, .where they had so done
8. ii the heart, .is fully set in them to do evil
8. 12 Though a sinner do evil an hundred
g. 10 Whatsoever thy hand flndeth to do, do
Song 8. 8 what shall we do for our sister in the
lea. 5. 4 What . . more . . that I have not done in it ?
5. 5 I will tell you what I will do to my vine.
10. 3 what will ye do in the day of visitation
10. ii as I have done unto Samaria and her
10. n Shall I not. .so do to Jerusalem and her
10. 13 By the strength of my hand I have done
12. 5 for he hath done excellent things : this
19. 15 which the head or tail, .may do
20. 2 And he did so, walking naked and
25. i for thou hast done wonderful (things)
28. 21 that he may do his work, his strange
33. 13 Hear, ye (that are) far off, what I have d
37. ii what the kings of Assyria have done to
37. 26 Hast thou not heard, .(how) I have done
37. 32 the zeal of the LORD of hosts shall do
38. 3 and have done, .good in thy sight
38. 7 the LORD will do this thing that he hath
38. 15 he hath both spoken, .and. .hath done
41. 4 Who hath wrought and done (it), calling
41. 20 that the hand of the LORD hath done
42. 16 These things will I do unto them, and
43. 19 I will do a new thing ; now it shall
44. 23 Sing, O ye heavens ; for the LORD hath d.
45. 7 create evil : I the LORD do all these
46. 10 Declaring., (the things) that are not (yet)d.
46. 10 My counsel shall stand, and I will do all
46. ii I have purposed (it), I will also do it
48. 3 I did (them) suddenly, and they came
48. 5 thou shouldest say, Mine idol hath done
48. 1 1 for mine own sake, will I do (it) : for
48. 14 he will do his pleasure on Babylon, and
53. 9 because he hath done no violence
56. i Keep ye judgment, and do justice
56. 2 Blessed (is) the man (that) doeth this
56. 2 and keepeth his hand from doing any
58. 2 as a nation that did righteousness, and
58. 13 (from) doing thy pleasure on my holy day
58. 13 and shalt honour him, not doing thine
64. 3 When thou didst terrible things
65. 8 so will I do for my servant s sakes, that
65. 12 did evil before mine eyes, and did choose
66. 4 they did evil before mine eyes, and chose
Jer. c. 23 See thy way. .know what thou hast done
3. 5 thou hast spoken and done evil things
5. 6 Hast thou seen (that) . . Israel hath done ?
3. 7 And I said after she had done all these
4. 30 thou (art) spoiled, what wilt thou do ?
;. 19 Wherefore doeth the LORD our God all
5. 31 and wnat will ye do in the end thereof?
7. 10 We are delivered to do all these abomin
7. 12 see what I did to it for the wickedness of
7. 13 now, because ye have done all these
7. 14 Therefore will I do unto (this) house
7. 14 and to your fathers, as I have done to S.
7. 17 Seest thou not what they do in the cities
7. 30 the children of Judah have done evil in
8. 6 What have I done ? every one turned to
9. 7 how shall I do for the daughter of my
xi. 4 Obey my voice, and do them, according
11. 6 Hear ye the words of this covenant, and do
i?. 8 which I commanded, .to do. .buttthey did
11. 17 the evil, .which they have done against
12. 5 how wilt thou do in the swelling of Jor.T
14. 76 LORD . .do thou (it) for thy name s sake
15. 4 for (that) which he did in Jerusalem
16. 12 ye have done worse than your fathers
17. 22 neither do ye any work ; but hallow ye
T?. 24 hallow the sabbath day, to do no work
Jer. :E. 6 cannot I do with you as this potter !
18. 8 will repent of the evil that 1 thought to do
18. to If it do evil in my sight, that it obey not
18. 12 we will every one do the imagination of
18. 13 the virgin of Israel hath done a very
IQ. 12 Thus will I do unto this place, saith
22. 4 For if ye do this thing indeed, then
22. 8 Wherefore hath the LORD done th js unto
22. 15 Did not thy father, .do judgment and
22. 17 for oppression, and for violence, to do (it)
26. 3 to do . . because of the evil of their doings
26. 14 do with me as seemeth good, .unto you
28. 6 the LORD do so : the LORD perform thy
20. 32 shall he behold the good that I will do for
30. 15 I have done these things unto thee
30. 24 shall not return, until he have done (it)
31. 37 for all that they have done, saith the L.
32. 23 they have done nothing of all that thou
32. 23 that thou commandest them to do: ther.
32. 30 the children of Judah have only done
32. 32 which they have done to provoke me to
32. 35 that they should do this abomination
33. 9 which shall hear all the good that I do
33. 18 meat offerings, and to do sacrifice cont.
34. 15 ye were now turned, and had done right
35. 10 But we have, .done according to all that
35. 18 kept all his precepts, and done according
36. 3 all the evil which I purpose to do unto
36. 8 Baruch the son of Neriah did according
38. 9 in all that they have done to Jeremiah
38. 12 under the cords. And Jeremiah did so
39. 12 look well to him, and do him no harm
39. 12 but do unto him even as he shall say
40. 3 the LORD hath . .done according as he
40. 16 Thou shalt not do this thing; for thou
41. ii all the evil that Ishmael. .had done
42. 3 God may show . . the thing that we may do
42. 5 if we do not even according to all things
42. 10 I repent me of the evil that I have done
42. 20 so declare unto us, and we will do (it)
44. 4 Oh, do not this abominable thing that
44. 17 we will certainly do whatsoever thing
48. 10 Cursed (be) he that doeth the work of the
50. 15 Shout, .as she hath done, do unto her
50. 21 do according to all that I have comman
50. 29 according to all that she hath done, do
51. 12 the LORD hath both devised and done
51. 24 all their evil that they have done in Ziosi
52. 2 he did (that which was) evil in the eyes
52. 2 according to all that Jehoiakim had done
Lam. i. 21 they are glad that thou hast done (it)
2. 17 The LORD hath done (that) which he had
Eze. 3. 20 his righteousness which he hath dor. ;
5. 7 neither have done according to the judg.
5. 9 I will do. .that which I have not done
5. 9 whereunto I will not do any more the
6. 10 not said in vain that I would do this e . !
7. 27 I will do unto them after their way, ar..l
8. 6 Son of man, seest thou what they do?
8. 9 behold the . . abominations that they d..-
8. 12 the ancients of the house of Israel do in
8. 13 see greater abominations that they do
9.11! have done as thou hast commanded
12 but have done after the manner, of the
20 keep mine ordinances, and do them
7 And I did so as I was commanded
9 the rebellious house, said. .What doest
2. 1 1 like as I have done, so it shall be done
4. 23 and ye shall know that I have not done
4. 23 all that I have done in it, saith the LORD
5. 3 Shall wood be taken thereof to do
6. 5 None eye pitied thee, to do any of these
6. 30 seeing thou doest all these (things)
6. 47 not walked after their ways, nor done
6. 48 sister hath not done . . as thou hast done
6. 51 all thine abominations which thou hast d.
6. 54 be confounded in all that thou hast done
6 59 will even deal with thee as thou hast done
6. 63 pacified., for all that thou hast done, saith
7. 15 shall he escape that doeth such (things)?
718 when, lo, he . . hath done all these (things)
7. 24 I the LORD have spoken and have done
8. 5 if a man be just, and do that which is
8. 10 (that) doeth the like to (any) one of these
8. 1 1 that doeth not any of those (duties), but
8. 13 he shall not live : he hath done all these
8. 14 all his father s sins which he hath done
8. 14 and considereth, and doeth not such like
8. 18 did (that) which (is) not good among his
8. 19 the son hath done that which is lawful
8. 19 and hath done them, he shall surely live
8. 21 the wicked will turn, .and do that which
8. 22 in his righteousness that he hath done he
8. 24 doeth according to all the abominations
8. 24 that the wicked (man) doeth. shall he live?
8. 24 All his righteousness that he hath done
8. 26 for his iniquity that he hath done shall
8. 27 and doeth that which is lawful and right
20. ii which (if) a man do, he shall even live in
20. 13 which (if) a man do, lie shall even live in
20. 19 and keep my judgments, and do them
20. 21 neither kept my judgments to do them
20. 21 which (if) a man do, he shall even live in
22. 14 I the LORD have spoken (it), and will do
23. 30 1 will do these (things) unto thee. because
23. 38 Moreover this they have done unto me
23. 39 lo, thus have they done in the midst of
r 3. 48 all women may be taught not to do after
24. 14 it shall come to pass, and I will do (it) ; I
24. 18 I did in the morning as I was com.
24. 19 Wilt thou not tell us. .that thou doest
24. 22 ye shall do as I have done : ye shall not
Eze. 24. 24 all that he hath done shall ye do ; and
25. 14 they shall do in Edom according to mine
33.14, 19 do that which is lawful and right
33. 16 he hath done that which is lawful and
33. 31 hear thy words, but they will not do them
33. 32 they hear thy words, but they do them not
35. 1 1 I will even do according to thine
35. 15 BO will I do unto thee : thou shalt be
36. 22 I do not (this) for your sakes, O house of
36. 27 ye shall keep my judgments, and do
36. 32 Not for your sakes d I (this), saith the
36. 36 I the LORD have spoken (it), and I will do
36. 37 to do (it) for them ; I will increase them
37. 24 and observe my statutes, and do them
39. 24 have I done unto them, and hid
43. 1 1 be ashamed of all that they have done
43. ii all the ordinances thereof, and do them
45. 20 so thou shalt do the seventh (day) of the
45. 35 shall he do the like in the feast of the
46. 12 prepare, .as he did on the sabbath day
Dan. 8. 4 lie did according to his will, and became
8. 27 I rose up, and did the king s business
9. 14 righteous in all his works which he doeth
9. 19 O Lord, forgive ; O Lord, hearken and do
ii. 3 that shall rule, .and do according to his
ii. 16 he that cometh against him shall do
ii. 17 thus shall he do : and he shall give him
ii. 24 He shall enter, .and he shall do (that)
ii. 24 which his lathers have not done, nor his
ii. 28 he shall do (exploits), and return to his
ii. 30 so shall he do ; he shall even return, and
ii. 32 people, .shall be strong, and <\<> (exploits)
n. 36 the king shall do according to his will
ii. 39 Thus shall he do in the most strongholds
Hos. 6.40 Ephraim, what shall I do unto thee ?
6. 4 O Judah, what shall I do unto thee?
9. 5 What will ye do in the solemn day, and
jo. 3 what then should a king do to us ?
10. 15 So shall Beth-el do unto you because of
Joel 2. 20 come up, because he hath done great
2. 21 be glad . .for the LORD will do great things
Amos 3. 6 and the LORD hath not done (it?)
3. 7 Surely the Lord GOD will dp nothing, but
3. 10 For they know not to do right, saith the
4. 12 Therefore thus will I do unto thee, O
4. 12 because I will do this unto thee, prepare
9. 12 saith the LORD that doeth this
Obad. 15 as thou hast done, it shall be done unto
Jon. i. 10 said unto him, Why hast thou done this?
i. ii What shall we do unto thee, that the sea
i. 14 for thou, O LORD, hast done as it pleased
3. 10 that he would do unto them : and he did
Mic. 6.30 my people, what have I done unto thee ?
6. 8 to do justly, and to love mercy, and to
Zeph. 3. 5 he will not do iniquity : every morning d
3. 13 remnant of Israel shall not do iniquity
Hag. i. 14 they came and did work in the house of
Zech. i. 6 did they not take hold of your fathers ?
i. 6 Like as the LORD of hosts thought to do
1. 21 Then said I, What come these to do? And
7. 3 as I have done these so many years .
8. 16 These (are) the things that ye shall do
Mai. 2. 12 The LORD will cutoff the man that doeth
2. 13 this have ye done again, covering the
2. 17 Every one that doeth evil (is) good in the
4. i all the proud, yea. and all that do
4. 3 that I shall do (this), saith the LORD of
6. To act, ^cork, do, make, h
Deut32. 27 and the LORD hath not done all this
Job 7. 20 what shall I do unto thee, O thou
ii. 8 as high as heaven ; what canst thou do?
22. 17 and what can the Almighty do for them?
34. 32 if I have done iniquity, I will do no more
35. 6 If thou sinnest, what doest thou against
Psa. ii. 3 be destroyed, what can the righteous do?
44. i fathers have told us, (what) work thou d.
119. 3 They also do no iniquity : they walk in
Prov 30. 20 and saith, I have done no wickedness
7. Act, work, deed, doina, ^1 S pool.
Job 37. 12 that they may do whatsoever he command.
8.To set, put, place, C-v sum.
Exod 10. 2 my signs which I have done among them
9. To do, recompense, Scs gamal.
Gen. 50. 15 requite us all the evil which we did unto
50. 17 forgive, .their sin ; for they did unto thee
Prov. 3. 30 Strive not . . if he have done thee no harm
31. 12 She will do him good and not evil all the
10. To u-ork in, ivfpyeu energeo.
Phil. 2. 13 both to will and to do of (his) good
11. To end thoroughly, (irirf\fta emteUS.
Lukeis. 32 I cast out devils, and I [do] cures to day
12.7*0 work, labour, perform, fpya.ofj.a.t ergazomai.
Gal. 6. 10 let us do good unto all (men), especially
Col. 3. 23 do (it) heartily as unto the Lord, and not
3 John 5 whatsoever thou doest to the brethren
13. To Jutve, hold, tx01 echo.
Acts 15. 36 Let us go again and., (see) how they do
14. To put or lay dou-n, Kararidnui Fcatatithemi.
Acts 25. 9 Festus, willing to do the Jews a pleasure
15. To work out thoroughly, Karfpydfouaikatergaz.
Rom. 2. 9 upon every soul of man that doeth evil
7. 15 For that which I do I allow not : for
7. 17 ; 7. 20 ; i Co. 5. 3 ; Kpli. 6. 13.
16. Tc shew, fv^fiKvvfj.i cndeiknumi.
2 TL 4. 14 Alexander the coppersmith did me much
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ll.To do, irot.u poieS.
Matt. i. 24 being raised from sleep, did as the angel
5. 19 but whosoever shall do and teach (them)
5. 44 do good to them that hate you, arid pray
5. 46 do not even the publicans the same ?
5. 47 what do yo more, .do not even the
6. i Take heed that ye do not your alms
6. 2 thou doest.. alms., as the hypocrites do
6. 3 But when thou doest alms, let not thy
6. 3 know what thy right hand doeth
7. 12 men should do to you, do ye even so to
7. 21 but he that doeth the will of my Father
7. 22 in thy name done many wonderful works?
7. 24 whosoever, .doeth them, I will liken him
7. 26 doeth them not, shall be likened unto a-
8. 9 to my servant, Do this, and he doetli (it)
v. 28 Believe ye that I am able to do this ?
12. 2 do that whicli is not lawful to do upon
12. 3 Have ye not read what David did
12. 12 it is lawful to do well on the sabbath days
12. 50 whosoever shall do the will of my leather
13. 28 He said. .An enemy hath done this
13. 41 all things that offeud, and them which do
13. 58 he did not many mighty works there
17. 12 they, .have done unto him whatsoever
18. 35 So likewise shall my heavenly Father do
39. 16 Master, what good thing shall I do
20. 5 went out about the sixth . . hour, and did
20. 15 Is it not lawful for me to do what I will
20. 32 What will ye that I shall do unto you ?
21. 6 the disciples went, and did as Jesus
21. 15 saw the wonderful things that he did
21. 21 ye shall not only do this, .to the fig-tree
21. 23 By what authority doest thou these
2 1 . 24, 27 by what authority I do these things
21. 31 Whether of them twain did the will of
21. 36 Again, .they did unto them likewise
21. 40 what will he do unto those husbandmen
23. 3 whatsoever they bid you observe . . do
23. 3 do nut ye after their works : for they, .do
23. 5 all their works they do for to be seen of
23. 23 these ought ye to have done, and not
24. 46 whom his lord, .shall find so doing
25. 40 as ye have done (it), .ye have done (it)
2 5- 45 > e did (it) not. .ye did (it) not to me
26. 12 in that, .she did (it) for my burial
36. 13 also this, that this woman hath done
26. 19 the disciples did as Jesus had appointed
27. 22 What shall I do then with Jssus which
27 23 governor said, Why, what evil hath he d.
28. 15 .So they took the money, and did as they
Hark 2. 24 why do they on the sabbath day that
2. 25 Have ye never read what David did
3. 8 had heard what great things he did
3. 35 For whosoever shall do the will of God
5. 19 how great things the Lord hath done for
5. 20 how great things Jesus had done for
5. 32 looked, .about to see her that had done
6. 5 And he could the_re do no mighty work
6. 20 when he heard him, he did many things
6. 30 what they had done, and what they had
7. 8 [and many other such like things ye do]
7. 12 ye suffer him no more to do ought for
7. 13 and many such like things do ye
7. 37 saying, He hath done all things troll
9.13 they have done unto him whatsoever they
9. 39 there is no man which shall do a miracle
10. 17 what shall I do that I may inherit eternal
10. 35 we would that thou shouldest do for us
10. 36 What would ye that I should do for you?
10. 51 AVhat wilt thou that I should do unto
11. 3 [if any man say unto you, Why do ye this?]
ii. 5 certain, .said. .What do ye, loosing the
ii. 28 By what authority doest thou these things?
11. 28 who gave thee this authority to do these
xi. 29 I will tell you by what authority I do
n. 33 do I tell you by what authority I do these
12. 9 What shall, .the lord of the vineyard do?
14. 7 whensoever ye will ye may do them good
14. 8 She hath done what she could : she is
14. 9 (this) also that she hath done shall be
15. 8 to (desire him to do) as he had ever done
15. 12 What will ye then that I shall do (unto)
ie. 14 Pilate said . .Why, whatevil hath lie done?
49 For he that is mighty hath done to ma
27 to do for him after the custom of the law
3. 10 the people asked . . What shall we do then?
3. ii he that hath meat, let him do likewise
3. 12 publicans, .said, .what shall we do?
3. 14 soldiers likewise. .And what shall we do?
3. 19 for all the evils which Herod had done
4. 23 whatsoever we have heard, .do also here
5. 6 they had this done, they inclosed a great
6. 2 Why do ye that which is not lawful [to do]
6. 3 Have ye not read . . what David did, when
6. 10 And [he did] so: and his hand was restor.
6. ii communed, .what they might do to Jesus
6. 23 for in the like manner did their fathers
6. 26 so did their fathers to the false prophets
6. 27 Love your enemies, do good to them
6. 31 that men should do to you, do ye also
6. 33 for sinners also do even the same
6. 46 why call ye me, Lord, .and do not the
6. 47 heareth my sayings, and doeth them
6. 49 But he that heareth, and doeth not, is
7. 8 to my servant, Do this, and he doeth (it)
8. 21 these which hear the word, .and do it
8. 39 show how great things God hath done
8 39 how great things Jesus had done unto
9. 10 told him all that they had done
9. 15 they did so, and made them all sit down
9. 43 every one at all things which Jesus did
Luke
Luke 9. 54 [and consume them, even as Elias did?]
10. 25 what shall I do to inherit eternal life?
10. 28 he said, .this do, and thou shall live
10. 37 then said Jesus. .Go, anddothoulikt-wise
11. 42 these ought ye to have done, and not to
12. 4 after that have no more that they can do
12. 17 What shall I do, because I have no room
12. 18 This will I do : I will pull down my barns
12. 43 whom his lord . .shall find so doing
12. 47 prepared not (himself), neither did acco.
16. 3 the steward said. .What shall I do?
16. 4 I am resolved what to do, that, when I am
16. 8 because he had done wisely: for the
17. 9 because he did the things that were com.
17. 10 when ye shall have done all those things
17. 10 have done that which was our duty to do
18. 18 what shall I do to inherit eternal life?
18. 41 What wilt thou that I shall do unto thee?
19. 48 could not tind what they might do
20. 2 Tell us, by what authority do?st thou these
20. 8 Neither tell I . . by what authority I do
20. 13 Then said the lord. .What shall I do?
20. 15 What, .shall the lord of the vineyard do
22. 19 for you : this do in remembrance of me
23. 22 he said. .Why, what evil hath he done?
23. 31 if they do these things in a green tree
23. 34 forgive . . for they know not what [they do]
John 2. 5 Whatsoever he saith unto you, do (it)
2. 1 1 This beginning of miracles did Jesus in
2. 1 8 seeing that thou doest these things?
2. 23 when they saw the miracles which he did
3. 2 can do these miracles that thou doest
3. 21 he that doeth truth cometh to the light
4. 29 which told me all things that ever I did
4. 34 My meat is to do the will of him
4. 39 He told me all that ever I did
4. 45 having seen all the things that he did
4. 54 This (is), .the second miracle. .Jesus did
5. 16 because he had done these things on
5. 19 The Son can do nothing of himself
5. 19 but what he seeth the Father do
5. 19 what.. he doeth, then also doeth the Son
5. 20 showeth him all things that himself doeth
5. 29 shall come forth ; they that have done g.
5. 30 I can of mine own self do nothing
5. 36 the same works that I do, bear witness
6. 2 they saw his miracles which he did on
6. 6 for he himself knew what he would do
6. 14 they had seen the miracle that Jesus did
6. 28 What shall we do, that we might work
6. 38 I came down from heaven, not to do
7. 3 also may see the works that thou doest
7. 4 doeth any thing In secret, and he himseli
7. 4 If thou do these things, show thyself to
7. 17 If any man will do his will, he shall know
7. 21 1 have done one work, and ye all marvel
7. 31 When Christ cometh, will he do more
7. 51 before it hear him and know, .he doeth
8. 28 I am (he), and (that) I do nothing of myself
8. 29 for I do always those things that please
8. 38 ye do that which ye have seen with
8. 39 ye would do the works of Abraham
8. 40 which I have heard of God : this did
8. 41 Ye do the deeds of your father
8. 44 and the lusts of your father ye will do
9. io How can a man that is a sinner do such
9. 26 What did he to thee ? how opened he
9. 31 be a worshipper of God, and doeth his
9. 33 If this man were not of God, he could do
io. 25 the works that I do in my Father s name
io. 37 If I do not the works of my Father
io. 38 But if I do, though ye believe not me
10. 41 many resorted.. and said, John did
11. 45 had seen the things which Jesus did
ii. 46 told them what things Jesus had done
11. 47 What do we ? for this man doeth many
12. 1 6 they had done these things unto him
12. 18 they heard that he had done this miracle
12. 37 though he had done BO many miracles
13. 7 What I do thou knowest not now ; but
13. 12 Know ye what I have done to you ?
13. 15 that ye should do as I have done to you
13. 17 If ye know, .happy are ye if ye do them
13. 27 Then said Jesus. .That thou doest, do
14. io the Father, that dwelleth in me, he doeth
14. 12 the works that I do shall he do also
14. 12 greater (works) than these shall he do
14. 13 whatsoever ye shall ask. .that will I do
14. 14 If ye shall ask anything. . I will do fit)
14. 31 gave me commandment, even so I do
15. 5 for without me ye can do nothing
15. 14 Ye are my friends, if ye do whatsoever
15. 15 servant knoweth not what his lord doetli
15. 21 all these things will they do unto you
15. 24 If I had not done among them
15. 24 the works which none other man did
16. 3 These things will they do unto you
17. 4 work which thou gavest me to do
18. 35 Am I a Jew ?. .what hast thou done ?
19. 24 these things therefore the soldiers did
20. 30 And many other signs truly did Jesus
21. 25 also many other things which Jesus did
Acts i . i of all that Jesus began both to do and
2. 22 wonders and signs, which God did by
2. 37 Men (and) brethren, what shall we do ?
4. 7 By what power, .have ye done this t
4. 16 What shall we do to these men? for that
4. 28 to do whatsoever thy hand and thy coun.
8 Stephen, full of faith and power, did
8. 6 hearing and seeing the miracles.. he did
9. 6 [Lord, what wilt thou have me to do ?]
9. 6 it shall be told thea what thou must do
Acts 9. 13 how much evil he hath done to thy saint*
9. 36 was full of good works . . which she did
io. 6 [shall tell thee what thou oughtest to do]
io. 33 thou hast well done that thou art come
10. 39 we are witnesses of all things which he d.
11. 30 Which also they did, and sent it to, the
12. 8 bind on thy sandals. And so he did
14. ii when the people saw what Paul had done
14. 15 saying, Sirs, why do ye these things .
14. 27 they rehearsed all that God had done
15. 4 they declared all things that God had d.
15. 17 saith the Lord, who doeth all these things
16. 18 And this did she many days
16. 30 Sirs, what must I do to be saved?
19. 14 chief of the priests, which did so
21. 23 Do therefore this that we say to thee
21. 33 who he was, and what he had done
22. 10 And I said, What shall I do, Lord?
22. io things which are appointed for thee to do
22. 26 Take heed what thou doest: for this man
26. io Which thing I also did in Jerusalem
Rom. i. 28 to do those things which are not conven
1. 32 not only do the same, but have pleasure
2. 3 and doest the same, that thou sln.it
2. 14 do by nature the things contained in the
3. 8 Let us do evil, that good may come ?
3. 12 there is none that doeth good, no, not
7. 15 but what I hate, that do I
7. 16 If then I do that which I would not
7. 19 For the good that I would I do not
7. 20 if I do that I would not, it is no more
7. 21 when I would do good, evil is present
10. 5 That the man which doeth these things
13. 20 in so doing thou shall heap coals of fire
13. 3 Do that which is good, and thou shall
13. 4 if thou do that which is evil, be afraid
i Co. 5. 2 [he that hath done] this deed might
6. 1 8 Every sin that a man doeth is without
7. 36 let him do what he will, he sinneth nut
7. 37 that lie will keep his virgin, doeth well
7. 38 that giveth (her) in marriage doeth well
7. 38 giveth (her) not in marriage doeth better
9. 23 And this I do for the gospel s sake
(
10. 31 whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of
11. 24 Take, eat. .this do in remembrance of me
ii. 25 this do ye, as oft as ye drink (it), in rera.
15. 29 Else what shall they do which are bap.
16. i as I have given order, .even so do ye
i Co. 8. io not only to do, but also to be forward
ii. 12 what I do, that I will do, that I may
13. 7 that ye do no evil, .that ye should do
Gal. 2. io the same which J also was forward to do
3. io continueth not in all things, .to do them
3. 12 The man that doeth them shall live in
5 3 that he is a debtor to do the whole law
Eph. 3. 20 Now unto him that is able to do
6. 6 doing the will of God from the heart
6. 8 whatsoever good thing any man doeth
6. 9 And, ye masters, do the same things unto
Phil. 2. 14 Do all things without murmuriugs and
4. 14 ye have well done that ye did commun.
Col. 3- 17 And whatsoever ye do in word or deed
3. 23 And whatsoever ye do. .as to the Lord
1 Th. 4. io And indeed ye do it toward all the bre.
5. ii edify one another, even as also ye do
5. 24 Faithful (is) he . . who also will do (it)
2 Th. 3. 4 ye both do and will do the things which
1 Ti. i. 13 obtained mercy, because I did (it) ignor.
5. 21 preferring one before another, doing
2 Ti. 4. 5 endure afflictions, do the work of an
Titus 3. 5 Not by works, .which we have done, but
Phm. 14 But without thy mind would I do nothing
21 knowing that thou wilt also do more than
Heb. 6. 3 And this will we do, if God permit
7. 27 this he did once, when he offered up him.
10. 7 Then said I, Lo, I come . . to do thy will
10. 9 Then said he, Lo, I come to do thy will, O
io. 36 after ye have done the will of God, ye
13. 6 I will not fear what man shall do unto
13. 17 that they may do it with joy, and not
13. 19 But I beseech (you) the rather to dp this
13. 21 perfect in every good work to do his will
Jas. 2. 8 If ye fulfil the royal law., ye do well
2. 12 so do, as they that shall be judged by the
2. 19 Thou believest. .thou doest well : thedev.
4. 15 If the Lord will, we shall live, and do
4. 17 to him that knoweth to do good, and do.
1 Pe. 2. 22 Who did no sin, neither was guile found
3. ii Let him eschew evil, and do good ; let
3. 12 face of the Lord (is) against them that do
2 Pe. i. io if ye do these things, ye shall never
1. 19 whereunto ye dp well that ye take heed
i Jo. i. 6 If we say .. we lie, and do not the truth
2. 17 he that doeth the will of God abideth for
2. 29 everyone that doeth righteousness is born
3. 7 he that doeth righteousness is righteous
3. io [whosoever doeth not righteousness is not]
3. 22 do those things that are pleasing in his
3 Jo. 5 doest faithfully whatsoever thou doest
6 if thou bring forward . .thou shall do well
io I will remember his deeds which he doeth
Rev. 2. 5 do the first works ; or else I will come
13. 13 he doeth great wonders, so thathemaketh
13. 14 which he had power to do in the sight of
22. 14 Blessed (are) they that [do] his command.
l8.To practice, do, irpdffffu prassd.
Luke 22. 23 which of them it was that should do
23. 15 nothing worthy of death is done unto
23. 41 but this man hath done nothing amiss
John 3. 20 every one that doeth evil hateth the
5. 29 and they that have done evil, unto the
DO 267 DOING
Acts 3. 1 7 through ignorance ye did (it), as (did) also
5. 35 what ye intend to do as touching these
15. 29 if ye keep yourselves, ye shall do well
16. 28 Do thyself no harm; for we are nil here
17. 7 these all do n.ntrary to the decrees
19. 36 ye ought to be quiet, and to do nothing
26. 9 I ought to do many things contrary to
26. 20 they should, .do works meet for repent.
26. 26 for this thing Was not done in a corner
26. 31 This man doeth nothing worthy of death
Rom. i. 32 but have pleasure in them that do them
2. i for thou that judgest doest the same
2. 3 judgest them which do such things
7. 15 what I would, that do I not ; but what I
7. 19 the evil which I would not, that I do
9. ii neither having done any good or evil
13. 4 to (execute) wrath upon him that doeth
i Co. 9. 17 if I do this thing willingly, I have a
2 Co. 5 10 according to .that he hath done, whether
Gal. 5. 21 they which do such things shall not
Kph. 6. 21 also may know my affairs, (and) how I do
Phil. 4. 9 Those things, .do: and the God of peace
i Th. 4. 1 1 to be quiet, and to do your own business
19. Tn benr toward, irpofffytpta protpherS.
John 1 6. 2 will think that lie doeth God service
[See alga Abominable, abominably, again, better, can,
corruptly, despite, diligence, done, evil, foolishly,
good, great, harm, have, honour, hurt, judgment,
marvellous, mischief, more, murder, office of a priest,
perversely, reverence, sacrifice, second time, secretly,
service, shame, shamefully, third time, violence, well,
what, wickedly, wit, worse, wrong.]
DO away, to
To cause to pass over, "\y% abar, 5.
i Ch.2i. 8 I beseech thee, do away the iniquity of
DO, can
I. To be strong, have strength, lffxv< ischuO.
Phil. 4. 13 I can do all things through Christ which
Z.To do, iroifca poieo.
Gal. 5. 17 ye cannot do the things that ye would
DO for, to
To hold alongside of, offer, irapex<a parechfj.
Luke 7. 4 was worthy for whom he should do this
DO, with whom we have to
Of whom w>: are speaking, irpbs bi> fj/j.tv 6 \6yos.
Heb. 4. 13 the eyes of turn with whom we have to do
DO, have any matters to
Owner of matters, C
"!^
1
? *?K3 baal debarim.
Exod24. 14 if any man have any matters to do, let
DO good, to
1. To do, recompense, "?33 gamal.
Prov ii. 17 The merciful man doeth good to his own
2.To do good, aits tob, 5.
Xunno. 29 come thou with us, and we will do theeg.
Jer. 32. 41 I will rejoice over them to do them good
Psa. 119. 63 Thou (art) good, ami docst good : teach
125. 4 Do good, O LOUD, unto (those that be)g.
DO (goodness), to
To do good, aa; yatab, 5.
Xum.io. 32 what goodness the LORD shall do unto
DO (a trespass), to
To trespass, *?i 3 maal.
Num. 5. 6 to do a trespass against the LORD, and
DOCTOR
Teacher, $i8dffKa\os didaskalos.
Luke 2. 46 sitting in the midst of the doctors, both
DOCTOR of the law
Teacher of law, vo/j.oSiS,a.ffKa\os nomodidaskalos.
Luke 5. 17 Pharisees and doctors of the law sitting
Acts 5. 34 mimed Gamaliel, a doctor of the law
DOCTRINE
1. The receiciiig, what is (to be) received, n$b leqach.
Deut32. 2 My doctrine shall drop as the rain
Job ii. 4 My doctrine (is) pure, and I am clean in
Prov. 4. 2 I give you good doctrine, forsake ye not
Isa. 29. 24 they that murmured shall learn doctrine
I.CJuistisemeiit, instruction, "Vjxs musar.
Jer. 10. 8 But. .the stock (is) a doctrine of vanities
3. What is heard, nyusy shemuah.
Isa. 28. 9 whom shall he make to understand doct.
^.Teaching, (the substance], 5i8a.ffKa.\ia didaskalia.
Matt 15. 9 teaching (for) doctrines the command.
Mark 7. 7 teaching (for) doctrines the command.
Kph. 4. 14 carried about with every wind of doetr.
Col. c. 22 after the commandments and doctrines
i Ti. i. 10 tiling that is contrary to sound doctrine
4. i giving heed to seducing spirits, and doc.
4. 6 in the words of faith and of good doctrine
4. 13 Till I come, give attendance . .to doctrine
4. 16 Take heed unto thyself, and unto the do.
5. 17 they who labour in the word and doctri.
6. i that the name of God and (his) doctrine
6. 3 the doctrine which is according to godli.
B Ti. 3. 10 But thou hast fully kuowu my doctrine
i Ti. 3. 16 All scripture . .(is) profitable for doctrine
4. 3 when they will not endure sound doctr.
Titus i. 9 that he may be able by sound doctrine
2. i things which become sound doctrine
2. 7 in doctrine (showing) uncorruptness
2. 10 that they may adorn the doctrine of God
5. Teaching, (the act), SiSax fl didache.
Matt. 7. 28 the people were astonished at his doctr.
16. 12 but of the doctrine of the Pharisees and
22. 33 they were astonished at his doctrine
Mark i. 22 And they were astonished at his doctri.
1. 27 What thing is this ! what new doctrine
4. 2 and said unto them in his doctrine
11. 18 all the people was astonished at his doc.
12. 38 And he said unto them in his doctrine
Luke 4. 32 And they were astonished at his doctri.
John 7. 16 My doctrine is not mine, but his that
7. 17 he shall know of the doctrine, whether
18. 19 The high priest then asked, .his doctrine
Acts 2. 42 continued stedfastly in the apostles do.
5. 28 ye have filled Jerusalem with your doct.
13. 12 being astonished at the doctrine of the
17. 19 May we know what this new doctrine
Rom. 6. 17 obeyed from the heart that form of doc.
16. 17 contrary to the doctrine which ye have
1 Co. 14. 6 except I shall speak to you. .by doctrine
14. 26 every one of you hath a psalm, hath a d.
2 Ti. 4. 2 exhort, with all long suffering and doctr.
Heb. 6. 2 Of the doctrine of baptisms, and of
13. 9 Be not carried about with divers, .doctr.
2 Jo. 9 abideth not in the doctrine of Christ
9 He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ
10 If there come . . and bring not this doctr.
Rev. 2. 14 thou hast there them that hold the doct.
2. 15 So hast thou also them that hold the do.
2. 24 But. .as many as have not this doctrine
6. Word, \6yos logos.
Heb. 6. i leaving the principles of the doctrine of
DO -DAI, Tn beloved of Jah.
An Ahohite, one of David s captains.
i Ch. 27. 4 over . . course of the second month (was) D.
DO-DA -NTM, or RO-DA -NIM, C lYl, D iTn.
A race descended from Javan son of Japliet. Authori
ties vary as to the form of the name : the Hebrew text
has both ; but the weight of authority is in favour of
Dodanim, which is regarded as identical with Dardaui.
Gen. 10. 4 the sons of Javan. .Tarshish, Kittim. .D.
1 Ch. i. 7 the sons of Javan. .Tarshish. Kittim. .D.
DO-DA -VAH, J.Tni Jah is loving.
Father of one who prophesied to Jehoshaphat. B.C. 960.
2 Ch. 20. 37 Then Eliezer the son of D. of Mareshah
DO -DO, irn.
1. Grandfather of the judge Tolah of the tribe of
Issachar. B.C. 1206.
Judg 10. i Tola the son of Puah, the son of D.
2. Father of the second of David s thirty valiant men.
B.C. 1070.
2 Sa. 23. 9 And after him (was) Eleazar the son of D.
1 Ch.n. 12 And after him (was) Eleazar the son of D.
3. Father of one of David s thirty mighty men. B.C. 1070.
2 Sa. 23. 24 Elhanan the son of D. of Beth-lehem
i Ch. ii. 26 Elhauan the sou of D. of Beth-lehem
DO -EG, jxi, 3Kii, [v. L. rit thrice], fearful.
Chief of Saul s herdsmen, an Edomite who informed
Saul of Ahimelech s having assisted David. B.C. 1062.
1 Sa. 21. 7 and his name (was) D. , an Edomite, the
22. 9 Then answered D. the Edomite, which was
22. 18 And the king said to D., Turn thou, and
22. 18 D. the Edomite turned, and he fell upon
22. 22 I knew (it), .when D. the Edomite (was)
Psa. 52. title. Deeg the Edomite came and told Saul
DOER
1. To do, n7 asah.
Gen. 39. 22 whatsoever they did there, he was the d.
2 Ki. 22. 5 the doers of the work . . doers of the work
1. To act, work, do, make, Sj^ paal.
Psa.ioi. 8 that I may cut off all wicked doers
3.^1 maker, performer, JTOITJT^S poietes.
Rom. 2. 13 but the doers of the law shall be justifl.
Jas. i. 22 be ye doers of the word, and not hearers
i. 23 a hearer of the word, and not a doer
i. 25 not a forgetful hearer, but a doer of the
4. ii thou art not a doer of the law, but a
DOG
I. Dog, 3^3 keleb.
Exodn. 7 shall not a dog move his tongue, against
22. 31 torn of beasts . .ye shall cast it to the dogs
Dent 23. 18 Thou shalt not bring, .the price of a dog
Judg. 7. 5 Kvery one that lappeth. .as a dog lappe.
1 Sa. 17. 43 (Am) I a dog, that thou comest to me
24. 14 after whom dost thou pursue ?. .a dead d.
2 Sa. 3. 8 (Am) I a dog s head, which against
9. 8 shouldest look upon such a dead dog
16. 9 Why should this dead dog curse my lord
i Ki. 14. ii of Jeroboam in the city shall the dogs
16. 4 of Baasha in the city shall the dogs eat
21. 19 where the dogs licked, .shall dogs lick
21. 23 The dogs shall eat Jezebel by the wall
21. 24 dieth of Ahab in the city the dogs shall
22. 38 and the dogs licked up his blood ; aiul
2 Ki. 8. 13 But what! (is) thy servant a dog, that lie
9. 10 the dogs shall eat Jezebel in the portion
9. 36 In the portion of Jezreel shall dogs eat
Job 30. i disdained to have set with the dogs of my
Psa. 22. 16 For dogs have compassed me; the asscm.
22. 20 my darling from the power of the dog
59. 6 they make a noise like a dog, and go
59. 14 let them make a noise like a dog, and go
68. 23 (and) the tongue of thy dogs in the same
Prov 26. 1 1 As a dog returneth to his vomit, (so) a
26. 17 (is like) one that taketh adog by the ears
Eccl. 9. 4 for a living dog is better than a dead liou
Isa. 56. 10 they (are) all dumb dogs, they CUIIIK/
56. ii (they are) greedy dogs (which) can utver
66. 3 sacriliceth a lamb, (as if) he cut off a dog s
Jer. 15. 3 the dogs to tear, and the fowls of the
2. A little dog, Kvvapiov kunarion.
Matt 15. 26 It is not meet, .to cast (it) to dogs
15. 27 Truth, Lord: yet the dogs eat of the
Mark 7. 27 it is not meet, .to cast (it) unto the dogs
7. 28 the dogs under the table eat of the chfl.
3. A dog, hound, Kviav kuon.
Matt. 7. 6 Give not that which is holy unto the dogs
Lukei6. 21 moreover the dogs came and licked his
Phil. 3. 2 Beware of dogs, beware of evil workers
2 Pe. 2. 22 The dog (is) turned to his own vomit
Rev. 22. 15 For without (are) dogs, and sorcerers, and
DOING
1. Doing, ty%$ maalal [V.L. ^ hyz}.
Zech. 1/4 Turn ye now from your evil . . doings : but
I.Doing, ^>ap
maalal.
Deut 28. 20 because of the wickedness of thy doings
Judg. ?.. 19 they ceased not from their own doings
1 Sa. 25. 3 man (was) churlish, and evil in his doings
Prov 20. ii Even a child is known by his doings
Isa. 1. 16 put away the evil of your doings from
3. 8 their tongue and theirdoiugs(are) against
3. 10 for they shall eat the fruit of their doings
Jer. 4. 4 because of the evil of your doings
4. 18 thy doings have procured these (things)
7. 3 Amend your ways and your doings, aud
7. 5 if ye throughly amend . .your doings
11. 18 then thou showedst me their doings
17. 10 to give, .according to the fruit of his do
18. ii make your ways and your doings good
21. 12 because of the evil of your doings
21. 14 according to the fruit of your doings
23. 2 visit upon jou the evil of your doings
23. 22 have turned, .from the evil of their do.
25. 5 Turn ye. .from the evil of your doings
26. 3 because of the evil of their doings
26. 13 now amend your ways and your doings
32. 19 to give, .according to the fruit of his do.
35. 15 Return ye now. .and amend your doings
44. 22 because of the evil of your doings
Eze. 36. 31 Then shall ye remember your, .doings
Hos. 4. 9 I will punish, .and reward them their do.
5. 4 They will not frame their doings to turn
7. 2 now their own doings have beset them
9. 15 for the wickedness of their doings I will
12. 2 according to his doings will he recompe.
Mic. 2. 7 (are) these his doings ? do not my words
3. 4 have behaved themselves ill in their do.
7. 13 be desolate, .for the fruit of their doings
Zech. i. 6 according to our doings, so hath he
S.Work, occupation, ^ JJ.o maaseh.
Lev. 18. 3 After the doings of the laud of Egypt
18. 3 and after the doings of the laud of Can.
2 Ch.i?. 4 and walked . .not after the doings of Isr.
Psa. 64. 9 for they shall wisely consider of his do.
i.Doing, -Tp ^y. alilah.
Psa. 9. ii declare among the people his doings
66. 5 terrible (in his) doing toward the child.
77. 12 I will meditate, .and talk of thy doings
Isa. 12. 4 call upon his name, declare his doings
Eze. 14. 22 ye shall see their way and their dohus
14. 23 when ye see their ways and their doings
20. 43 there shall ye remember, .all your doings
20. 44 nor according to your corrupt doings, O
21. 24 in all your doings your sins do appear
24. 14 according to thy doings, shall they judge
36. 17 by their own way and by their doings
36. 19 according to their doings I judged them
/eph. 3. 7 rose early, (and) corrupted all their doings
3. ii thou not be ashamed for all thy doiugs
5. To do, riy% asah.
Exodis. ii glorious in holiness, fearful, .praises, do.
i Ch.22. 16 Arise, .and be doing, and the LORD be
Isa. 58. 13 If thou turn . .(from) doing thy pleasure
58. 13 honour him, not doing thine own ways
6. Work, epyov ergon.
Rom. 2. 7 who by patient continuance in well doing
7. To do, irotfca poieo.
2 Co. 8. ii Now therefore perform the doing (of it)
DOING, in
To do, troifo> poieo.
Gal. 6. 9 let us not be weary in well doing: for in
i Ti. 4. 16 for in doing this thou shalt . . save thyself
DOING, to be one s
To become, yivo^ai ginomai.
Matt2i. 42 this is the Lord s doing, and it is marveL
Mark 1 2. n the Lord s doing, and it is marvellous
DOLEFUL 268 DOOR
DOLEFUL, doleful creatures
1. Wailing, nvr: nihyak. [uncertain iffromAa^oA, 2}
Mic. 2. 4 and lament with a doleful lamentation
Z.ffoiolinffs, D ni< ochim.
Isa. 13. 21 houses shall bs full of doleful creatures
DOMINION
I.J/and, i; yad.
Jer. 34. i all the kingdoms of the earth of his dom.
2. Ride, dominion, ^y?? mimshal.
Dun. ii. 3 a mighty king, .with great dominion
ii. 5 his. .(shall he) a great dominion
S.Riile, dominion, ^i?po memshalah.
1 Ki. 9. 19 and in all the land of his dominion
2 Ki. 20. 13 there was nothing, .in all his dominion
2 Ch. 8. 6 throughout all the laud of his dominion
J sa. 103. 22 all his works in all places of his doinin.
114. 2 Judah was his sanctuary. .Israel his do.
145. 13 thy dominion, .throughout all generati.
Isa. 39. 2 there was nothing, .in all his dominion
Jer. 34. i all the kingdoms of the earth of his dom.
51. 28 Prepare . . all the land of his dominion
]>an. ii. 5 and his dominion (shall he) a great
Mic. 4. 8 unto thee shall it come, even the tirst d.
4. Dominion, authority, "iptf*? mishtar.
Job 38. 33 canst thou set the dominion thereof in
5. To cause to rule, hy% mashal, 5.
Job 25. 2 Dominion and fear (are) with him ; he
6. Rule, hyo rnoshel.
Dan. n. 4 nor according to his dominion which he
Zech. 9. 10 his dominion (shall be) from sea (even)
7. Rule, dominion, Jlp v sholtan.
Dan. 4. 3 his dominion (is) from generation to gen.
4. 22 and thy dominion to the end of the earth
4. 34 whose dominion is an everlasting domin
6. 26 That in every dominion of my kingdom
6. 26 his dominion (shall be even) unto the end
7. 6 the beast, .dominion was given to it
7. 12 they had their dominion taken away
7. 14 there was given him dominion and glory
7. 14 his dominion (is) an everlasting dominion
7. 26 and they shall take away his dominion
7. 27 the kingdom and dominion, and the
7. 27 all dominions shall serve and obey him
^ . Strength, power, Kpdros kratos.
i Pe. 4. ii to whom be praise and dominion for ever
5. ii To him (be) glory and dominion for ever
lude 25 dominion and power, both now and ever
Rev. i. 6 to him (be) glory and dominion for ever
9. Lordship, Kt/pjoVr/j kurintes.
Eph. i. 21 might, and dominion, and every name
Col. i. 16 thrones, or dominions, or principalities
Jude 8 despise dominion, and speak evil of dig.
DOMINION, to come to have
To rule, tread dou-n, rrn radah.
\um24. 19 shall come he that shall have dominion
DOMINION, to have
1. To rule, possess, hare, marry, H"? baal.
i Ch. 4. 22 who had the dominion in Moab, and Jas
Isa. 26. 13 lords besides thee have had dominion
2.7V; rule, S?0 mashal.
Gen. 37. 8 shalt thou indeed have dominion over us
Judg 14. 4 the Philistines had dominion over Israel
Neh. 9. 37 also they have dominion over our bodie?
Psa 19. 13 let them not have dominion over me
Dan. ii. 5 shall be strong above him, and have do
3. To rule, tread dovm, rrrfradah.
Gen. i. 26 let them have dominion over the fish
i. 28 have dominion over the flsh of the sea
1 Ki. 4. 24 For he had dominion over all (the region)
Neh. 9. 28 that they had the dominion over them
Psa. 49. 14 the upright shall have dominion 72. 8.
4. To rule, TH rud, 5.
Gen. 27. 40 when thou shalt have the dominion, th;it
5. To If suKan, &$ shalat, f>.
Psa. 119. 133 let not any iniquity have dominion over
DOMINION, to make to have
1 To cause to rule, fpc mashal, 5.
Psa. 8. 6 Thou mart est him to have dominion over
2. To rule, tread down, ny; radah, 3.
Judg 5. 13 he made him that remaineth have domi.
5. 13 the LORD made me have dominion over
DOMINION over, to have
have or exercise lordship, Kvpitvu kurieuo.
Rom. r,. g death hath no more domin. ; 6. 14, 7. i.
2 Co. i. 24 Not for that we have dominion over your
DOMINION over, to exercise
To linre / eyrfdxe. lunltthiji H fuiitst, KaraKvpifvia.
Matt 20. 25 princes of the (Jentilesexerci.se dom. over
DONE
The "f"ir, ~.^, dab<i,:
i Sum. 4. 16 What is there done my son?
DONE, to be
1. To If )n-rparrd, done, K~\- 1m rn, 2.
Exod34. 10 as have not been done in all the earth
2. Tots, r.-nh>t<ih, 2.
Judg 20. 1 2 What wickedness (is) this that is done
i Ki. i. 27 Is this thing done; 2 Ch. 11.4; Xeh. 6. 8.
Jer. 48. 19 O inhabitant of Aroer . say, What is done 1
Eze. 39. 8 Behold, it is come, and it is done, saith
3.7"o be completed, finished, rhy kalah.
Isa. 24. 13 gleaning grapes when the vintage is done
4.7V) be given, jnj nathan, 2.
Lev. 24. 20 as he hath caused, .so shall it be done
1 5. To be done, iyyt abad, 4.
Ezra 6. 12 have made a decree ; let it be done with
7. 21 shall require of you, it be done speedily
7. 23 let it be diligently done lor the house of
6. To be rolled, none, ^Jf alal, 4a.
Lam. 1.12 unto my sorrow, which is done unto me
7. To do, make, "f jj asah.
Exod 3. 16 1 have, (seen) that which is done to you
8. To be done, made,
~
fy asah, 2.
Uen. 20 9 deeds unto me that ought not to be done
29. 26 It must not be so done in our country, to
34. 7 folly . . which thing ought not to be done
Exod. 2. 4 stood afar off, to wit what would be done
12. 16 no manner of work shall be done in them
12. 16 man must eat, that only may be done of
21. 31 according to this judgment shall it be d.
31. 15 Six days may work be done ; but in the
35. 2 Six days shall work be done, but on the
Lev. 4. 2, 27 (c. things) which ought not to be done
4. 13, 22 (c. things) which should not be done
5. 17 which are forbidden to be done by the
11. 32 wherein (any) work is done, it must be
23. 3 Six days shall work be done : but the
24. 19 cause a blemish, .so shall it be done
Nuniis ii Thus shall it be done for one bullock, or
15- 34 w -s not declared what should be done
Deut25. 9 So shall it be done unto that man
Judgi i. 37 Let this thing be done for me : let me
1 Sa. ii. 7 so shall it be done unto his oxen. And
1 7. 26 What shall be done to the man that
17. 27 So shall it be done to the man that
2 Sa. 13. 12 no such thing ought to be done in Israel
Ezra TO. 3 and let it be done according to the law
Xeh. 6. 9 shall be weakened, .that it be not done
Esth. 6. 9,11 Thus shall it be done to the man whom
9. 12 what (is) thy request, .it shall be done
Eccl. i. Q which is done (is ) that which shall be d.
i. 13 concerning all (things) that are done
i. 14 I have seen all the works that are done
4. i all the oppressions that are done under
4. 3 hath not seen the evil work that is done
8. 9 unto every work that is done under the
8. 14 There is a vanity which is done upon the
8. 16 to see the business that is done upon the
8. 17 cannot find out the work that is done un.
9. 3 evil among all(things)thatnre done under
9. 6 in any (thing) that is done under the sun
Isa. 46 10 Declaring, .(the things) that are not .d.
Jer 3. 16 neither shall (that) be done any more
5. 13 thus shall it be done unto them
Eze. 9. 4 for all the abominations that be done in
12. ii so shall it be done unto them : they shall
12. 28 word which I have spoken shall be done
44. 14 and for all that shall be done therein
Dan. 9. 12 hath not been done as hath been done
i r. 36 for that that is determined shall be done
Obad. 5 it shall be done unto thee : thy reward
9 T<> become, yivo/j.ai ginomai.
Matt, i 22 Now all this was done, that it might be
6. 10 Thy kingdom come ; thy will be done in
8. 13 as thou hast believed, (so) be it done
ii. 20 wherein most of his. .works were done
11.21 which were done in you had been done in
ii. 23 which have been done in thee, had been d.
iS. 19 it shall be done for them of my Father
18. 31 when his fellow servants saw what was d.
18. 31 told unto their lord all that was done
21. 4 All this was done, that it might be ful.
21. 21 be thou cast into the sea; it shall be done
26. 42 if. .except I drink it, thy will be done
26 56 But all this was done, that the scriptures
27. 34 centurion .saw. .thosethingsthatwered.
28. ii and showed, .all the things that were d.
Mark 4. 1 1 all (these) things are done in parables
5 14 went out to see what it was that was d.
5. 33 knowing what was done in her, came
^3. 30 shall not pass, till all these things be d.
I.uke 4. 23 whatsoever we have heard done in
8. 34 they that feu (them) saw what was done
S. 35 Then they went out to see what was done
3. 56 they should tell no man what was done
9. 7 the tetrarch heard of all that was done
10. 13 if the mighty works had been done in
10. 13 which have been done in you, they had
11. 2 Thy will be done, as in heaven, so in
1 3. 17 for all the glorious things that were done
14. 22 Lord, it is done as thou hast commanded
21. 42 nevertheless not my will, but thine, be d.
23. 8 hoped to have seen some miracle done by
^3. 31 if. .in a green, what shall be done in
23. 47 when the centurion saw what was done
23. 48 beholding the things whicn were done
?4- 21 third day since these things were done
John i. 28 These things were done in Bethabara
15. 7 ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto
19. 36 these things were done, that the scripture
Acts 2. 43 many wonders and signs were done by
4. 16 that, .a notable miracle hath been done
4. 21 glorified (Jod for that which was done
4. 28 thy counsel determined t>efore to be done
4. 30 wonders may be done by the name of
5. 7 his wife, not knowing what was done
Acts 8. 13 the miracles and signs which were done
10. 10 This was done thrice: and the vessel was
11. 10 this was done three times: and all were
12. 9 wist not that it was true which was done
13. 12 the deputy, when he saw what was done
14. 3 granted signs and wonders to be done
91. 14 saying, The will of the Lord be done
24. 2 worthy deeds are dne unto this nation
28. 9 So when this was done, others also
DONE away, to be
1. To be withdrawn, y$gnra, 2.
Num 27. 4 the name of our father be done away from
2.7o make useless, narapyfia katargeo.
1 Co. 13. 10 that which is in part shall be done away
2 Co. 3. 7 which (glory) was to lie done away
3. 1 1 For if that, .is done away (was) glorious
3 14 which (veil) is done away in Christ
DONE, deed to be
To be, happen, come to pass, fie/all, n;rr hayah, 2.
Judg 19. 30 There was no such deed done nor seen
DONE, to have
I. To finish, -^ kalah, 3.
Gen. 24. 15 it came to pass, before he had done spea.
24. 19 when she had done giving him drink
24. 19 camels also, until they have done drink.
24. 22 it came to pass, as the camels had done
24. 45 before I had done speaking in mine heart
Exod34. 33 And (till) Moses had done speaking with
Ruth 3. 3 until he shall have done eating and dri.
2. 7V> perfect, finish, c,7 tamam.
Josh. 5. 8 when they had done circumcising all the
2 Sa. 15. 24 until all the people had done passing out
DONE, when . .were
To finish, n^ kalah, 3.
Ezra 9. i* when these things were done, the princes
DOOR
1. House, IV3 bayith.
i Ki. 14. 17 when she came to the threshold of thed.
2. Door, ^ dal.
Psa. 141. 3 Set a watch, .keep the door of my lips
3. Door, n$n dalah. [V.L. r^r].
Isa. 26. 20 Come, my people, .shut thy doors about
t.Door, nVn deleth.
Gen. 19. *6 Lot went out. .and shut the door after
19. 9 they, .came near to break the door
10. 10 pulled Lot into, .and shut to the door
Exod2i. 6 he shall also bring him to the door
Dent 15. 17 thrust (it) through his ear unto the door
Josh. 2. 19 whosoever shall go out of the doors of
Judg. 3. 23 Ehud., shut the doors of the parlour upon
3 24 the doors of the parlour (were) locked
3. 25 he opened not the doors of the parlour
11. 31 whatsoever cometh forth of the doors
1 6. 3 Samson, took the doors of the gate of
19. 22 certain sons of Belial, .beat at the door
19. 27 her lord, .opened the doors of the house
1 Sa. 3. 15 Samuel, .opened the doors of the house
21. 13 and scrabbled on the doors of the gate
2 Sa. 13. 17 Put. .out. .and bolt the door after her
13. 18 brought her out, and bolted the door after
1 KL 6. 31 And for the entering, .he made doors
6. 39 The two doors also (were of) olive tree
6. 34 And the two doors (were of) fir tree
6. 34 leaves of the one door, .of the other door
7. 50 for the doors of . .for the doors of the
2 Ki. 4 . 4 thou shalt shut the door upon thee
4. 5 she went from him, and shut the door
4. 33 He went in therefore, and shut the door
6. 32 when the messenger cometh, shut the d.
6. 32 and hold him fast at the door : (is) not
9. 3 open the door, and flee, and tarry not
9. 10 And he opened the door, and fled
18. 16 Hezekiah cutoff (the gold from) the doors
1 Ch.22. 3 for the nails for the doors of the gates
2 Ch. 3. 7 He overlaid also the . . doors thereof, with
4. 9 he made, .the great court, and doors for
4. 9 overlaid the doors of them with brass
4. 22 the inner doors thereof for the most holy
4. 22 the doors of the house of the temple
28. 24 shut up the doors of the house of the L.
39. 3 opened the doors of the house of the
^9. 7 they have shut up the doors of the porch
Neh. 3. i they sanctified it, and set up the doors of
3. 3, 6, 13, 14, 15 set up the doors thereof, the
6. i I had not set up the doors upon the gates
6. 10 and let us shut the doors of the temple
7. i I had set up the doors, and the porters
7. 3 let them shut the doors, and bar (them)
Job 3. 10 Because it shut not up the doors of my
31. 32 (but) I opened my doors to the traveller
38. 8 Or (who) shut up the sea with doors
38. 10 brake up for it. .and set bars and doors
41. 14 Who can open the doors of his face?
Paa. 78. 23 Though he had . .opened the doors of hea.
Prov26. 14 the door turneth upon his hinges, so
Eccl. 12. 4 the doors shall be shut in the streets
Song 8. o if she (be) a door, we will inclose her
Isa. 26. 20 Come; my people, .shut thy doors about
37. 8 Behind the doors also and the posts hast
Eze. 41. 23 temple and the sanctuary had two doors
4;. 24 And the doors had two leaves (apiece)
41. 24 two (leaves) for the one door, and two
41. 25 on the doors of the temple, cherubim
DOOR 26<J DOUBT
Zech ii. i Opeu thy doors, < Lebanon, that the flre
Mai. i. 10 even among you that would shut the d.
b. Threshold, lintel, *]5 saph.
2 Ki. 12. 9 the priests that kept the door put therein
22. 4 the keepers of the door have gathered of
23. 4 the keepers of the door, to bring forth
^5. 1 8 took, .the three keepers of the door
-
011.23. 4 tniri1 Part -(shal1 lle ) porters of the doors
34. 9 which the Levites that kept the doors
Esth. 2. 21 two.. of those which kept the door, were
6. 2 chamberlains, tlie keepers of the door
Isa. 6. 4 the posts of the door moved at the voice
Jer. 3 4 Maaseiah . . the keeper of the door
52. 24 took, .the three keepers of the door
Eze. 41. 16 over against the door, cieled with wood
^.Opening, entrance of a door, nns pcthach.
Gen. 4. 7 if thou doest not well, sin lieth at the d.
6. 16 the door of the ark shalt thou set in the
1 8. i he sat iu the tent door in the heat of the
1 3. 2 he ran to meet them from the tent door
18. 10 Sarah heard (it) in the tent door, which
19. 6 Lot went out at the door unto them
19. ii they smote the men that (were) at the door
19. ii they wearied themselves to find the door
43. 19 they communed with him at the door of
Exodi;. 22 none of you shall go out at the door of
12. 23 the loRi) A ill pass over the door, and
26. 36 thou shalt make an hanging for the door
29. 4, 32 the door of the tabernacle of the
29. ii kill the bullock, .(by) the door
33. 8 and stood every man (at) his tent door
33. 9 the cloudy pillar . . stood (at) the door of
33. 10 the cloudy pillar stand (at) the. .door
33. 10 worshipped, every man (in) his tent door
33. 15 incense, and the hanging for the door at
36. 37 made an hanging tor the tabernacle door
38. 8, 30 the door of the tabernacle of the con.
39. 38 the hanging for the tabernacle door
40. 5 put the hanging of the door to the taber.
40. 6 altar of the burnt ottering before the door
40. 12 thou shalt bring Aaron, .unto the door
40. 28 he set up the Hanging (at) the door of
40. 29 put the altar of burnt ottering (by) the d.
Lev. i. 3 offer it of his own voluntary will at the d.
i. 5 upon the altar that (is by) the door of the
3. 2 shall .kill it (at) the door of the taberna.
4. 4 he shall bring the bullock unto the door
4. 7, 18 the door of the tabernacle of the con.
8. 3 the congregation together unto the door
8. 4 the assembly was gathered . . unto the d.
8. 31 Boil the flesh (at) the aoor of the taberu.
5. 33 ye shall not go out of the door of the
8. 35 Therefore shall ye abide (at) the door of
10. 7 ye shall not go out from the door of the
12. 6 unto tlie door of the tabernacle of the c.
14. i:, 23 the door of the tabernacle of the con.
14. 38 shall go out of the house to the door
15. 14 come before the LORD unto the door of
i=. 29 bring them.. to the door of the taberna.
i. 7 present them before the LOUD (at) the d.
17. 4, 9 bringeth it not unto the door of the ta.
17. 5 unto the door of the tabernacle of the
17. 6 altar of the LORD (at) the door of the ta.
19. 21 bring his trespass ottering, .unto the do.
Num. -,. 25 the hanging for the door of the taberna.
3. 26 the curtain for the door of the court
4. 25, 26 the hanging for the door of the
6 10 to the door of the tabernacle of the con.
6. 13 he shall be brought unto the door of
6. 18 the head of his separation (at) the door
10. 3 assemble themselves to thee at the door
11. 10 every man in the door of his tent
12. 5 the LORD, .stood (in) the door of tlie tab.
16. 1 8 every man. .stood in the door of the tab.
16. 19 Korah gathered all . . unto the door of
16. 27 Dathan and Abiram. .stood in the door
16 50 Aaron returned unto Moses unto the d.
20. 6 Moses and Aaron went from, .unto the d.
25. 6 weeping (before) the door of the taberua.
27. 2 they stood . . (by) the door of the taberua.
Deut22. 21 shall bring out the damsel to the door
31. 15 pillar of the cloud stood over the door
Josh. 1 9. 51 divided, .at the door of the tabernacle of
Judg. 4. 20 Stand in the door of the tent ; and it
9. 52 Abimelech. .went hard unto the door
19. 26 the woman, .fell down at the door of
19. 27 was fallen down (at) the door of the
1 Sa. 2. 22 the women that assembled (at) the door
2 Sa. ii. 9 Uriah slept at the door of the king s
1 Ki. 6. 8 The door for the middle chamber (was)
6. 33 So also made he for the door of tlie tern.
7. 5 And all the doors and posts (were) square
14. 6 as she came in at the door, that he said
14. 27 .chief of the guard, which kept the door
2 Ki. 4. 15 he had called her, she stood in the door
5. 9 Naamau . . stood at the door of the house
i Ch. 9. 21 Zechariah. .(was) porter of the door of
Neh. 3. 20 the turning (of the wall) unto the door
3. 21 another piece, from the door of the house
Job 31. 9 I have laid wait at my neighbour s door
31. 34 kept silence, (and) went not out of the d.
Psa. 24. 7 be ye lift up, ye everlasting doors
24. 9 lift (them) up, ye everlasting doors, and
Prov. 5. 8 come not nigh the door of her house
8. 3 She crieth . . at the coming in at the doo.
8. 34 waiting at the posts of my doors
9. 14 she sitteth at the door of her house
Eze. 8. 3 to the door of the inner gate that looketh
8. 7 he brought me to the door of the court
8. 8 I had digged iu the wall, behold, a door
Eze. 8. 14 Then lie brought me to the door of the
8. 16 at the door of the temple of the LORD
10. 19 stood at the door of the east gate of the
ii. i at the door of the gate five and twenty
33. 30 by the walls, and in the doors of the
40. 13 five and twenty cubits, door against door
41. 2 the breadth of the door (was) ten cubits
41. 2 the sides of the door (were) five cubits
41. 3 and measured the post of the door
41. 3 the door, .the breadth of the door seven
41. ii And the doors of the side chambers
41. n one door toward, .and another door tow.
41.17 To that above the door, even unto the
41. 20 From the ground unto above the door
42. 2 Before the length, .(was) the north door
42. 4 and their doors toward the north
42. ii their fashions, and according to their d.
42. 12 according to the doors of the chambers
42. 12 toward the south (was) a door in the
46. 3 shall worship at the door of this gate
47. i he brought me again unto the door of
Hos. 2. 15 the valley of Achor for a door of hope
Mic. 7. 5 keep the doors of thy mouth from her
7.A gate, tyy shaar.
Exod35- 17 the hanging for the door of the court
Job 38. 17 hast thou seen the doors of the shadow
S.Door, 6vpa thura.
Matt. 6. 6 when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy
24. 33 know that it is near, (even) at the doors
25. 10 while they west tc buy. .the door was sh.
27. 60 he rolled a greai slone to the door of the
28. 2 [and rolled back the stone from the door]
Mark i. 33 all the city was gathered, .at the door
2. 2 no room . . not so much as about the door
11. 4 they., found the colt tied by the door
13. 29 know that it is nigh, (even) at the doors
15. 46 and rolled a stone unto the door of the
16. 3 shall roll us away the stone from the door
Luken. 7 Trouble me not : the door is now shut
13. 25 hath shut to the door, .knock at the door
Johnio i He that entereth not by the door into
10. 2 he that entereth iu by the door is the
10. 7 I say unto you, I am tlie door of the sheep
10. 9 I am the door : by me if any man enter
18. 16 But Peter stood at the door without
20. 19 doors were shut where the disciples were
20. 26 (Then) came Jesus, the doors being shut
Acts 5. 9 (are) at the door, and shall carry thee
5. 19 opened the prison doors, and brought
5. 23 standing without before the doors : but
12. 6 the keepers before the door kept the
12. 13 as Peter knocked at the door of the gate
14. 27 how he had opened the door of faith unto
16. 26 immediately all the doors were opened
16. 27 seeing the prison doors open, he drew out
21. 30 drew him out. .forthwith the doors were
1 Co.i6. 9 a great door and effectual is opened unto
2 Co. 2. 12 a door was opened unto me of the Lord
Col. 4. 3 God would open unto us a door of utter
Jas. 5. 9 behold, the judge standeth before the door
Rev. 3. 8 I have set before thee an open door, and
3. 20 Behold, I stand at the door and knock
3. 20 open the door, I will come into him, and
4. i behold, a door (was) opened in heaven
DOOR keeper, or keeper of the door
l.G ate keeper, tyi;? shoer.
i Ch.i5. 23 Berechiah and Elkanah (were) door kee.
15. 24 Obed-edomand Jehiah(were) door keep.
2.A door keeper, 6ip<apos thuroros.
John 18. 16 spake unto her that kept the door, and
18. 17 Then saith the damsel that kept the door
DOOR keeper, to be a
To keep self at tlie threshold, ]9ij spha/>h, la.
Psa. 84. 10 I had rather be a door keeper iu the house
DOOR post
Threshold, lintel, door, fjp saph.
Eze. 41. 16 The door posts, and the narrow windows
DOOR post, upper
Lintel, upper door post, fipys mashqoph.
Exodi2. 7 and on the upper door post of the houses
DOPH. -ELAH, .ijjE j cattle driving.
Eighth staiior cf Israel, between Sin and Sinai.
3. 12 look their journey, .and encamped in D.
33. 13 And they departed from D., and encamped
DOR, TH, -IXT circle.
An ancient royal city of the Canaanites, whose ruler was
an ally of Jabin king of Hnzor against Joshua. It was
the most southern settlement of the Phoenicians on the
coast of Syria, and a maritime city on the \V. border of
Manasseh and the X. border of Dan.
Josh ii. 2 and in tlie borders of D. on the west
12. 23 The king of 1). in the coast of D., one
17. ii and the inhabitants of D. and her towns |
Judg. i. 27 nor the inhabitants of D. and her towns
i Ki. 4. ii The son of Abinadab, in all. .region of D.
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i Ch. 7. 29 Megiddo and her towns, D. and her towus
j
DOR -CAS, Aop/cas, doe, gazelle.
A female disciple restored to life at Joppa.
Acts 9. 36 Tabitha. .by interpretation is called D.
9. 39 showing the coats and garments which D. I
DOTE, to
1. To become foolish, SK; yaal, 2.
Jer. 50. 36 upon tlie liars ; and they shall dote : a
2. To dote on, love, 3jy ayab.
Eze. 23. 5 she doted on her lovers, on the Assyrian-.
23. 7 with all on whom she doted : with all
23. 9 hand of the Assyrians, upon whom shedo
23. 12 She doted upon the As.yriaiis(her) neigh.
23. 1 6 she doted upon them, and sent mesaeu.
23. 20 For she doted upon their j.-aramours
3. To l>e sick, voaiu> noseo.
1 Ti. 6. 4 doting about questions and strife* of
DO -THAN, jrrn, ;rn, double feast.
A city of Mauasseh, W. of the Jordan, near Mount
Gilboa, N.E. of Samaria, and still called Dothan.
Gen. 37. 17 I heard them say, Let us go to D.
37. 17 And Joseph went, .and found them in Ii.
2 Ki. 6. 13 was told him, saying, Behold, (he is) iu 1).
DOUBLE
I. Double, fold, ^93 kephel.
Job ii. 6 that (they are) double to that which is!
41. 13 who can come (to him) with his double
Isa. 40. 2 she hath received, .double for all her sins
2.7*0 double, hs? kaphal.
Exodsg. 9 they made the breastplate double : a span
3. A second, repetition, "ijyo mishneh.
Gen. 43. 12 take double money in your hand: and the
43. 15 they took double money iu their haii l
Deut 15. 18 he hath been worth a double hired .serva.
Isa. 61. 7 For your shame (ye shall have) double
61. 7 in their land they shall possess thedouble-
Jer. 16. 18 I will recompense . .their sin double
17. 18 destroy them with double destructiou
Zech. 9. 12 I will render double unto thee
4.7V o, twofold, D jtp shenayim.
Exod22. 4 whether it be ox, or ass. .shall restore d.
22. 7 if the thief be found, let him pay doubl.
22. 9 he shall pay double unto his neighbour
Deut 21. 17 by giving him a double portion of all that
2 Ki. 2. 9 let a double portion of thy spirit be upon
5. Double, twofold, StirAoOj diplous.
i Ti. 5. 17 Let the elders, .be counted worthy of do.
Rev. 18. 6 unto her double according to her works
18. 6 cup which she hath filled fill to herdou.
DOUBLE, to
I. To double, "-S? kaplial.
Exod26. 9 thou shalt. .double the sixth curtain ia
2. To double, Stir\6ta diploo.
Rev. 18. 6 even as she rewarded you, and double
DOUBLE heart
Heart and heart, ih] i1
? leb va-leb.
i Ch. 12. 33 such as went forth, .not of double heart
Psa. 12. 2 (and) with a double heart, do they speak
DOUBLE minded -
Two soided, Styvxvs dipsuchos.
Jas. i. 8 A double minded man (is) unstable in ail
4. 8 purify (your) hearts, (ye) double minded
DOUBLE tongued
Double worded, 5i\oyos diloyos.
i Ti. 3. 8 not double tougued, not given to much
DOUBLED, to be
1. To be doubled, Ss? kaphal, 2.
Eze. 21. 14 let the sword be doubled the third time
2. To be repeated, done a second time, nyy shanah, 2.
Gen. 41. 32 the dream was doubled unto Pharaoh
DOUBLED
To double, V;r kaphal.
Exod28. 16 Four square it shall be, (being) doubled
39. 9 a span the breadth thereof, (being) doub.
DOUBT
A knot, doubt, joint, iap qetar.
Dan. 5.12 Forasmuch as . . dissolving of doubts, were
5. 16 that thou canst, .dissolve doubts : now it
DOUBT, to
1.7> be without resource, a.iroaeofj.ai aporeomai.
Johni3- 22 the disciples looked, .doubting of whom
Acts 25. 20 because I doubted of such manner of
2. To judge diversely, SiaKpivu diakrino.
Matt2i. 21 If ye have faith, and doubt not, ye shall
Markn. 23 shall not doubt in his heart, but shall
Acts 10. 20 go with them, doubting nothing: for I
ii. 12 bade me go with them, nothing [doubt.]
Rom 14. 23 he that doubteth is damned if he eat
3. 7"o be without ani/ resource, Stairopfw diajtore ..
Acts. 5. 24 doubted of them w hereunto this wouli
10. 17 while Peter doubted in himself what th.s
4. Ti> stand divided, Sto-rdfa distazo.
Matt 1 4. 31 O thou. .wherefore didst thou doubt?
28. 17 they worshipped him : but some doubted
DOUBT, to be in
7*o be without any resource, Stairopfta diaporeS.
Acts. 2. 12 they were all amazed, and were in doubt
DOUBT, to make to .
7*o lift up the soul, alpw <
l/ux^ / aAropsuchen.
John 10. 24 How long dost thou make us to doubt ? If
DOUBT 270 DRAW
DOUBT, to stand in
To be without resource, dropfo/zai aporeomai.
Gal. 4. 20 change my voice, for I stand in doubt o.
DOUBT, no
1. Truly, indeed, DJQV. omnam.
Job 12. 2 No doubt but ye (are) the people, and wis.
2 Then, therefore, Upa ara.
Luken. 20 no doubt the kingdom of God is come
3. Verily then, for, ydp gar.
i Co. 9. 10 For our sakes. no doubt, (this) is written
4.A Itngethcr, by nil means, iravTut pantos.
Acts 28. 4 No doubt this mail is a murderer, whom
DOUBT, without
To tear, r,T taraph.
Oen. 37. 33 Joseph is without doubt rent in pieces
DOUBTFUL
Diverse judging, SidxpHTis diakrisis.
Kom 14. i receive ye, (but) not to doubtful disput.
DOUBTFUL mind, to be of
To lift up on high, ptrtupifa meteorizd.
Lukei2 29 neither be ye of doubtful mil
DOUBTING
Reasoning, $ia.\oyi<r/j.6s dialogismos.
i Ti 2. 8 lifting up holy hands, without., doubting
DOUBTLESS
I. That, because, $ Id.
Isa. 63. 16 Doubtless thou (art) our Father, though
2.A t least, ye ge.
1 Co. 9. a If I be not. .yet doubtless I am to you
3. Doubtless, truly, certainly, SYJ df.
2 Co. 12. i [not expedient for me doubtless to glory]
DOUBTLESS, again
To come in, K^2 bo.
Psa. 126 6 shall doubtless come again with rejoicing
DOUBTLESS, not
I/, CK tin.
Numi4 30 Doubtless ye shall not come into the land
DOUGH
1. Dough, swelled, p3f? batseq.
Exodi2. 34 took their dough before it was leavened
12. 39 they baked unleavened cakes of the dough
Jer. 7. 18 the women knead (their) dough, to make
Hog. 7. 4 raising after he hath kneaded the dough
2, Dough, mixed dough, nyiy arisah.
Numis 20 offer up a cake of the first of your dough
15. 21 Of the first of your dough ye shall give
Neh. 10. 37 should bring the first fruits of our dough
Eze. 44. 30 unto the priest the first of your dough
DOVE
l.Doee, nji yonah.
Gen. 8 8 he sent forth a dove from him, to see if
8. 9 the dove found no rest for the sole of
8 10 he sent forth the dove out of the ark
8 . 1 1 the dove came in to him in the evening
812 sent forth the dove ; which returned not
1 sa. 55. 6 Oh that I had wings like a dove
68. 13 the wings of a dove covered with silver
Song 1.15 behold, thou (art) fair; thou (hast) doves
2140 my dove, (that art) in the clefts of the
4. i thou (hast) doves eyes within thy locks
5. 2 Open to me, my sister, my love, my dove
5. 12 (the eyes) of doves by the rivers of waters
6 9 My dove, my undeflled is (but) one ; she
Isa. 38. 14 I did mourn as a dove : mine eyes fail
59 ii We roar all. .and mourn sore like doves
60 8 and as the doves to their windows
Jer. 48 28 be like the dove (that) maketh her nest
Eze. 7 16 shall be on the mountains like doves of
Hos. 7. it Ephraim also is like a silly dove without
ir ii and as a dove out of the land of Assyria
Nah. 2 7 shall lead (her) as with the voice of doves
%.Dore, pigeon, irtptffrtpa peristera.
Matt. 3. 16 the spirit ofGod descending like a dove
10. 16 wise as serpents, and harmless as doves
21. 12 and the seats of them that sold doves
Mark i. 10 Spirit like a dove descending upon him
ti. 15 and the seats of them that sold doves
Luke 3. 22 descended in a bodily shape like a dove
John i. 32 Spirit descending from heaven like a dove
2. 14 those that sold oxen and sheep and doves
2 1 6 said unto them that sold doves, Take
DOVE S dung
lioasted chick pea, D"j 3i dibyonim.
2 Ki. 6. 25 fourth part of a cab of dove s dung for
DOWN
\.Beneath, low, nip5 mattah.
2 Ch. 32. 30 brought it straight down to the west side
2-Doum, down from, Kara kata (gen.)
Matt S. 32 whole herd of swine ran violently down
Mark 5. 13 the herd ran violently down a steep place
Luke 8 33 the herd ran violently down a steep place
3. Downward, KOLTOI kat6.
Matt 4. 6 thou be the Son of God, cast thyself down
Luke 4. 9 If thou be the Son of God, cast thyself d.
John 8. 6 [Jesus stooped down and with (his) finger]
John 8. 8 [agaiu ho stooped down, and wrote on the]
Acts 20. 9 foil ilnwn trom the third loft
[See also Beat, beaten, bow, bowed, bowing, break,
breaking, bring, broken, brought, carry, cast, cast self,
casting, come, coming, couch, cut, dig, drive, drop, fall,
falling, flow, get, go, go up, going, hang, hew, hewn,
kneel, laid, lay, let, lie, light, lighting, look, lying,
make go, pluck, pour, poured, press, pull, pulled,
pulling, push, put, ran, reap, roll, run, set, gink, sit,
sitting, smite, smitten, step, stoop, swallow, take, taken,
throw, thrown, thrust, tossed, tread, treading, trickle,
trodden, turn upside, turning upside, walk up, wander.]
DOWN sitting
To sit down, :yj yashab.
Psa. 1 39. 2 Thou knowest my down sitting and mine
DOWNWARD
Beneath, low. .193 tnattah.
2 Ki. 19. 30 Judah shall yet again take root downwa.
Eccl. 3. 21 the beast that goeth downward to the
Isa. 37. 31 of Judah shall again take root downward
ze. i. 27 the appearance of his loins even downwa.
8. 2 the appearance of his loins even downw.
DOWRY
1. Dowry, f^T zebed.
Gen. 30. 20 God hath endued me (with) a good dowry
2. Dowry, purchase money, irp mohur.
Gen. 34. 12 Ask me never so much dowry and gift
Exodr2. 17 shall pay money according to the dowry
i Sa. 18. 25 The king desireth not any dowry, but an
DRAG
yet, drag, rnsrp mikmereth.
Hab. i. 15 they, .gather them in their drag
i 1 6 they, .bum incense unto their drag
DRAG, to
To draw, drag, ffvpu>
suro.
Johiin 8 came .dragging the net with fishes
DRAGON
I. Howlers, jackals, ni3J? tannoth.
Mai. i. 3 waste for the dragons of the wilderness
2. Howlers, jackait, C jn tannim.
Job 30. 29 I am a brother to dragons, and a compa
Psa. 44. 19 hast sore broken us in the place of dragons
Isa 13. 2 i cry in their desolate houses, and dragons
34. 13 it shall be an inhabitation of dragons
35. 7 in the habitation of dragons, where each
43. 20 The beast, .shall honour me, the dragons
Jer. 9 1 1 I will make J erusalem . . a den of dragons
10 22 to make the cities, .a den of dragons
14. 6 they snuffed up the wind like dragons
49 33 And Razor shall be a dwelling for dragons
51.37 And Babylon . . a dwelling place for drago
Eze. 20. 3 Pharaoh king of Egypt, the great dragon
Mic. i. 81 will make a wailing like the dragons
3. Sea-serpent, J jri tannin.
Deut32 31 Their wine (is) the poison of dragons
Psa. 74. 13 thou brakest the heads of the dragons in
91 13 the young lion and the dragon shall thou
148. 7 Praise the LORD . .ye dragons, and all
Isa. 27. i he shall slay the dragon that (is) in the
51. 9 (Art) thou not it that, .wounded the drago.
Jer. 51 34 he hath swallowed me up like a dragon
i.A dragon, SpaKuv drakon.
Rev 12. 3 a great red dragon, having seven heads
12. 4 the dragon stood before the woman which
12. 7 against the dragon; and the dragon fought
: -. 9 And the great dragon was cast out, that
12. 13 when the dragon saw that he was cast
12. it the flood which the dragon cast out of his
12. 17 the dragon was wroth with the woman
13. 2 the dragon gave him his power, and his
13. 4 they worshipped the dragon which gave
13. ti like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon
16. 13 frogs (come} out of the mouth of the dra.
20. 2 he laia hold on the dragon, that old serp
DRAGON WELL, pjrin \"j fcmntain ofjackals.
A fountain near the 8. walls of Jerusalem.
Neh. 2. 13 I went out. .even bef we the dragon well

DRAMS
l.Darics, (Persian coin), O jb-nj? adarkonim.
i Ch.zQ. 7 five thousand talents and ten thousand d
Ezra 8. 27 twenty basins of gold of a thousand dra.
l.Darics (Persian coin), C i.t?-n darkemonim.
Ezra 2. 69 threescore and one thousand drams of
Neh. 7. 70 gave to the treasure a thousand drams of
7. 71 treasure of the work twenty thousand dr.
7. 72 the people gave (was) twenty thousand d

DRANK
Drinking, banquet, rwco mishteh.
Dan. i. 5 provision .of the wine which he drank
z. 8 nor with the wine which he drank

DRAUGHT
l.A catch, draught, Hypo. agra.
Luke 5. 4 and let down your nets for a draught
5. 9 he was astonished . .at the draught of the
l.A privy, seat without, atptopuv aphedron.
Matt 15. 17 whatsoever, .is cast out into the draught
Mark 7. 19 goeth out into the draught, purging all

DRAUGHT houM
f oings out, niKyio motsiwlh [v.L. rv.jrjns macharnoth]
2 Ki. io. 27 made it ti draught house unto this day

DRAW with strength. ,SVv STRENGTH.

DRAW, to
1 . To draw up, .ijn dalah.
Lxod. 2. 16 they came and drew (water), and filed
2. 19 also drew (water) enough for us, aud
2.7V) tread (the bow), rt-n darak.
a Ch. 14. 8 had an army (of men) that . . drew bows
3.7V> draw out, n^y mashah.
Exod. 2. 10 Because I drew him out of the water
4. To draw out, "HV!f mashak.
Gen. 37. 28 they drew and lifted up Joseph out of the
Peut.2i. 3 heifer, .which hath not drawn in the yoke
Judg. 4. 6 Go and draw toward mount Tabor, and
4. 7 I will draw unto thee, to the river Kishon
20. 37 the lien: in wait drew (themselves) along
1 Ki. 22. 34 a (certain) man drew a bow at a venture
2 Ch. 18. 33 a (certain) man drew a bow at a \euture
Job 21. 33 and every man shall draw after him
24. 22 He draweth also the mighty with his
Psa. io. 9 when he draweth him into, his net
28. 3 Draw me not away with the wicked
Song x. 4 Draw me, we will run after thee. The
Isa, 5. 18 Woe unto them that draw iniquity with
66 19 Pul, and Lud, that draw the bow, (to)
Jer. 31. 3 with loving kindness have I drawn thee
38. 13 So they drew up Jeremiah with cords
Eze. 32. 20 draw her and all her multitudes
Hos. ii. 4 I drew them with cords of a man, with
5. To draw away or off, pru nathaq.
Judg2o. 32 Let us flee, and draw them from the city
6. To draw away or out, pnj nathaq, 5.
Josh. 8. 6 till we have drawn them from the city
7. To draw about or along, any sachab.
2 Sa. 17. 13 and we will draw it into the river, until
8. To draw out, empty, p ~\ rug, 5.
Exodis. 9 I will draw my sword, my hand shall
Eze. 28. 7 they shall draw their swords against
30. ii they shall draw their swords against
9. To draw out or off, ^ shalaph.
Judg. 3. 22 he could not draw the dagger out of his
8. 10 and twenty thousand men that drew
8. 20 but the youth drew not his sword ; for
9. 54 Draw thy sword, and slay me. that men
20. 2 hundred thousand footmen that drew
20. 15 twenty and six thousand men that drew
20. 17 four hundred thousand men that drew
20. 25 eighteen thousand men ; all these drew
20. 35 and an hundred men : all these drew the
20. 46 twenty and five thousand men that drew
1 Sa. 17. 51 and drew it out of the sheath thereof
31. 4 Draw thy sword, and thrust me through
2 Sa. 24. 9 valiant men that drew the sword
2 Ki. 3 26 with him seven hundred men that drew
i Ch. io 4 Draw thy sword, and thrust me through
21. 5 an hundred thousand men that drew
21. 5 ten thousand men that drew sword
10. To cause to go up (or land), avaBiftdfa anabib.
Matti3 48 Which, when it was full, they drew to
11. To draw or bale out, avT\tu antled.
John 2. 9 the servants which drew the water knew
4. 7 There cometh a woman, .to draw water
4. 15 I thirst not, neither come hither to draw
12. To draw away or out, airoo-iroo> apospao.
Matt 26 51 stretched out (his) hand, and drew his
13. To become, begin to be, yivopai ginomai.
John 6. 19 see Jesus walking on the Eea, and drawing
14. To draw, draw out or towards, (\KVCH htlkud.
John 6. 44 the Father which . . sent me draw him
12 33 And I . .will draw all (men) unto me
18. io Then Simon Peter having a sword drew
21. 6 now they were not able to draw it for
21. ii Simon Peter went up, and drew the net
Aotg 16. 19 drew (them) into the market place unto
15. To draw out or towards, A/co> helkS.
Acts 21. 30 they took Paul, and drew him out ef the
Jas. 2. 6 and draw you before the judgment seats?
16.7*0 draw, draw out, airdta spao.
Marki4. 47 one of them that stood by drew a "^ord
17.7V) draw, drag, aLpai suro.
Acts 14. 19 having stoned Paul, drew (him) out of
17 6 they drew Jason and certain brethren
Rev. 12. 4 his tail drew the third part of the stars
18.7*0 cause to advance, irpo&i&d<a probibazo.
Acts 19. 33 [they drew Alexander out of the multit.i

DRAW wy, to
1. To draw off or away, airon-irdw apospao.
Acts 20. 30 speaking perverse things, to draw away
J.7~f aft off or away. a.<f>i<rrrifjii aphistemi.
Acts 5. 37 and drew away much people after him

DRAW back, tc
1. TV* turn or draw back, 3-r shub, 5.
Gen. 38. 29 it came to pass, as be drew back his l.ai.d
Josh. 8. 26 For Joshua drew not his hand back
Lam. 2. 3 he hath drawn back; [Heb. shub(5)achor].

DRAW 271 DREAM
5. To send back, \>-rro<TTf\\u> hupostellS,
Heli. 10. 38 if (any man) draw back, my soul shall
DRAW back, of them who
A ending (self} back; viroffro\r) hitpostoll.
Hcli. 10. 39 we are not of them who draw back

DRAW forth, to
Tu cause to go or come forth, ?; yatsa, 5.
i Ch. io. 16 drew forth the Syrians that (were) beyond
Kze - 3 draw forth my sword out of his sheath
2 1! 5 I the LORD have drawn forth ray sword
DRAW near, to
] . To come on, J 3) naga, :>.
Ksth. 9. i his decree drew near to be put in execution
1 sa 107. 1 8 they draw near unto the Rates of death
Kze. 7. 12 The time is come, the day draweth near
2.7*0 come near, 3TJ qarab.
Lev q. 5 all the congregation drew near and stood
Deut.25. it the wife of the one draweth near for to
Judg.iq. 13 Come, aud let us draw near to one of these
i Sa. 14. 36 Let us draw near hither unto God
Ksth. 5. 2 Esther drew near, and touched the top of
Job 33. 22 his soul draweth near unto the grave, and
Isa. 41. 5 ends of the earth were afraid, drew near
57. 3 draw near hither, ye sons of the sorceress
Lam. 3. 57 Thou drewest near in the day (that) I ca.
Zeph. 3. 2 she trusted not. .she drew not near to her
3. To cause to come near, 2^ qarab, 5.
Isa. 26. 17 (that) draweth near the time of her deli.
4. Coming near, na^j? qerabah.
I sa. 73. 28 But (it is) good for me to draw near to G.
5. To draw nigh, iyyifa eiJgizO.
Matt 21. 34 when the time of the fruit drew near, he
Luke 1 5. i Then drew near unto him all the publi.
21. 8 and the time draweth near: go ye not
22. 47 went before them, and drew near unto
24. 15 Jesus himself drew near, and went with
6.7"o lead toward, irpoffdyu prosago.
Acts 27. 27 that they drew near to some country
7.7*0 come toward, irpo<rpx^a proserchomai.
Acts 7. 31 as he drew near to behold (it), the voice
Heb. io. 22 I^t us draw near with a true heart, in

DRAW near, to cause to
Tu cause to come near, 2ir< qarab, 5.
Jer. 30. 21 I will cause him to draw near, and he
Eze. 9. i Cause them that have charge . . to draw n.
22. 4 thou hast caused thy days to draw near

DRAW nigh, to
1 . Tn come on, VJ} naga, 5.
I sa. 88. 3 and my life draweth nigh unto the grave
Eccl.ii. i nor the years draw nigh, when thou shait
2. To come near, y$ qarab.
Gen. 47. 29 the time drew nigh that Israel must die
Exod. 3. 5 Draw not nigh hither : put off thy shoes
i Sa. 17. 48 came and drew nigh to meet David, that
i Ki. 2. i days of David drew nigh that he should
i sa. 69. 1 8 Draw nigh unto my soul, (and) redeem it
no. 150 They draw nigh that follow after misch.
Isa. 5. 19 the counsel of the Holy One. .draw nigh
3.7"o (cause to) come near, 2^ qarab, 5.
Exodt4. io when Pharaoh drew nigh, the children of
4. To become, yivo/j.ai ginomai.
John 6. 19 Jesus walking on the sea, and drawing n.
5.7*0 draw nigh. tyylfa ejjgizo.
Matt 15. 8 Thi. people draweth nigh unto me with
21. i when they drew nigh unto Jerusalem
Luke 15. 25 as he came and drew nigh to the house
21. 28 look, .for your redemption draweth n.
22. i the feast of unleavened bread drew nigh
24. 28 they drew nigh unto the village whither
Acts 7. 17 when the time of the promise drew nigh
io. 9 went on their journey, and drew nigh
Heb. 7. 19 by the which we draw nigh unto God
Jas. 4. 8 Draw nigh to God, and he will draw nigh
5. 8 for the coming of the Lord draweth nigh
DRAW off, to
To draw off,
r^y shalaph.
Ruth 4. 8 Buy (it) for thee. So he drew off his shoe

DRAW out, to
1. To make long, lengthen, "ix arak, 5.
1 Ki. 8. 8 they drew out the staves, that the ends
2 Ch. 5. 9 And they drew out the staves (of the ark)
Isa. 57. 4 make ye a wide mouth, (and) draw out
2. Tn draw up, n^ dalah.
I rov2o. 5 a man of understanding will draw it out
3. To draw out, f^J chalat*.
Lam. 4. 3 Even the sea monsters draw out the
4. Tn draw up or out, *]C n chasaph.
Hag. 2. 1 6 (one) came to the press fat for to draw o.
5.7.- draw out, rtys mashah, 5.
2 Sa. 22. 17 he took me ; he drew me out of many
i sa. 18. 16 he took me, he drew me out of many
6. 7*o draw out, Tjyp mashak.
Kxod 12. 21 Draw out and take you a lamb according
Job 41. i Canst thou draw out leviathan with an
Psa. 85. 5 draw out thine anger to all generations?
7.7*0 draw about or along, 2-2 sachab.
Jer 49 20 least of the flock shall draw them out
50 45 the least of the flock shall draw them out
8.7*0 cause to go out or forth, piBpuq, f.
Isa. 58. io (if) thou draw out thy soul to the hungry
9.7*o open, nnp pathach.
Psa. 37. 14 The wicked have drawn out the sword
10.7*0 draw out, pn ruq, 5.
Lev. 26. 33 and will draw out a sword after you
Psa. 35. 3 Draw out also the spear, and stop (the)
Eze. 5. 2, 12 aud I will draw out a sword after them
12. 14 and I will draw out the sword after t!iem
11.7*0 draw out, avr\tti> antl<~>.

John 2. Draw out now, air.l bear unto the gover.
12.7*0 drart; draw out or forth, ff-irdia spaO.

Acts 16. 27 he drew out his sword, and would have

DRAW on, to
7*o shine or dawn upon, fVJ>u><TKa> epiphSskS.
Luke?3. 54 the preparation, and the sabbath drew on
DRAW to the shore, to
7*o anchor near, Trpo<Topfj.ifa prosormizo.
Mark 6. 53 they tame, .and drew to the shore
DRAW (toward evening), to
7*0 be feeble, fult, 15-1 raphah.
Judg 19. 9 the day draweth toward evening, I pray
DRAW up, to
1.7*0 draw up, n 3, ira giach, guach.
Job 40. 23 that he can draw up Jordan into his
2.7*0 draw up, avaffirdw anaspaG.
Acts ii. io and all were drawn up again into heaven
DRAW water), to
To draw (water], 2*y shaab.
Gen. 24. 13 rnen of the city come out to draw water
24. 19 I will draw (water) for thy camels also
24. 20 unto tho well to draw (water), and drew
24. 43 the virgin cometh forth to draw (water)
24. 44 and I will also draw for thy camels
24. 45 went down unto the well, and drew(wa.)
Ruth 2. o of (that) which the young men have dra.
1 Sa. 7. 6 gathered together to Mizpeh,. .drew (w.)
9.11 young maidens going out to draw water
2 Sa. 2j. 16 drew water out of the well of Beth-lehem
i Ch it. 18 drew water out of the well of Beth-lehem
Isa. 1 2. 3 draw water out of the wells of salvation
.Nah. 3 14 Draw thee waters for the siege, fortify
DRAW with, to
Bucket, something to draw with, avrX-rj/Liaantlema.
John 4. ii thou hast nothing to draw with, and the
DRAW, woman to
7*o draw (water], 2xy shaab.
Gen. 24. ii the time that women go out to draw
DRAWER
7*o draw up (water}, 2Ky shaab.
Deut 29 ii the hewer of thy wood unto the drawer of
Josh. 9. 2:, 23, be hewers of wood and drawers of w.
o. 27 hewers of wood and drawers of water for
DRAWING water, places cf
Places for drawing v:ater, C ^tfys mashnbbim.
Judg 5. ii noise of archers in. .places of drawing w.
DRAWN -
1.7*0 take, ~$> laqach.
Prov.24. ii If thou forbear to deliver, .drawn unto d.
2.7*0 spread out, ITS} natash.
Isa.* 21. 15 For they fled, .from the drawn sword
3.7*0 draw, tear, 2x3 sachab.
Jer. 22. 19 drawn and cast forth beyond the gates of
4. Removed, p fljj attiq.
Isa. 28. 9 weaned from the milk, (and) drawn from
5.7*0 open, r\rs pathach.
Eze. 21. 28 say thou, The sword, the sword (is) drawn
6.7*0 draw out, *fay shalaph.
Num22. 23 ass saw the angel . .and his sword drawn
22. 31 saw the angel, .and his sword drawn in
Josh. 5. 13 there stood a man. .with his sword drawn
i Ch. 21. 16 the angel, .having a drawn sword in his
DRAWN, to be
1.7*0 draw out, rf?y shalaph.
Job 20. 25 It is drawn, and cometh out of the body
2.7*0 be marked out, ixn taar.
Josh. 15. 9 the border was drawn from the top
15. 9 and the border was drawn to Baalah
15. n and the border was drawn to Shicron
18. 14 the border was drawn (thence), and
18. 17 And was drawn from the north, and
DRAWN away, to be
1.7*0 be driven or forced away, rn: nadach, 2.
Deut.3o. 17 but shalt be drawn away, arid worship
2.7V> be drawn away or out, pn) nathaq, 2.
Josh. 8. 16 all the people, .were drawn away from
3. 7*o be drawn away, pru nathaq, 6.
Judg2o. 31 the children of Benjamin .. were drawn a.
4.7*0 be drawn out or forth, |tA.Kojucu exelkomai.
Jas. i. 14 he is drawn away of his own lust, and
DREAD
I. Terror, .-p x cmah.
Job 13. 21 and let not thy dread make me afraid
2. Terror, fright, nr; chath.
Gen. 9. 2 the dread of you shall be upon every
3. Fear, reverence, tc?3 morn.
Dcutn. 25 the dread of you upon all the land that
4. Fear, dread, ~ns pachad.
Exod. 1 5.16 Fear and dread shall fall upon them
Deut. 2. 25 This day will I begin to put the dread
Job 13. ii Shall uot. .his dread fall upon you?
DREAD, to
I. To fear, be afraid, Jp; yore.
i Ch.22. 13 be strong, and of good courage; dread not
2. To fear, be afraid, terrified, r~iy arats.
Deut. i. 29 Dread not, neither be afraid of them
DREAD, to be
To declare or hold as fearful, \~% arats, 5.
Isa. E. 13 Sanctify the LoKli. .(let) him (be) your dr.
DREADFUL
1.7*0 be afraid, terrible, **rv dechal.
Dan. 7. 7 btholu, a fourth beast, dreadful and terr.
7. 19 of the fourth beast, which was. .dreadful
2.7*0 be feared, reverenced, K"
1
; yare, 2.
Gen. 28. 17 And he. .said, How dreadful (is) this
Dan. 9. 4 Lord, the great and dreadful God
Hab. I. 7 They (are) terrible and dreadful : their
Mai. i. 14 aud rny name (is) dreadful among the h.
4. 5 the coming of the great and dreadful day
S.F -t i; tei-i-ii/; ~~? par.uad.
Job 15. 21 A dreadful sound (is) in his ears
4. Fear, reverence, "NT yirah.
Eze. i. 18 they were so high that they were dreadf.
DREAM
I. Dream,
Gen. 20
Num i r
Deut i ^
Judg. 7
i Sa. 28
28.
i Ki. 3.
Job 7.
Psa. 73
Eccl. 5
Isa. 20.
Jer. 23.
Dan.
Joel 2
Zech.io
_ D
Dan. 2
E ^Ti chalom.
3 God came to Abimelech in a dream by
6 God said unto him in a dream, Yea, I kn.
10 I lifted up mine eyes, and saw in a dream
11 angel of God spake unto me in a dream
24 God came to Laban the Syrian in a dream
5 Joseph dreamtd a dream, and he told (it)
6 Hear, .this dream which I have dreamed
8 And they hated him yet . . for his dreams
9 And he dreamed yet another dream
9 Behold, I have dreamed a dream more
10 What (is) this dream that thou hast dre.T
20 we shall see what wr ill become of his drea.
5 they dreamed a dream both of them
5 each man his dream in one night
5 according to the interpretation of his dre.
they said unto him, We have dreamed a d.
9 And the chief butler told his dream to
r. In my dream, behold, a vine (was) before
it) chief baker, .said. .1 also (was) in my d.
7 Pharaoh awoke, and, behold . . a dream
i and Pharaoh told them his dream ; but
1 1 we dreamed a dream in one night, I and
1 1 according to the interpretation of his d.
ii and he interpreted to us our dreams
:2 to each man according to his dream he
15 Pharaoh said. .1 have dreamed a dream
15 thou canst understand a dream to inter.
1 7 In my dream, behold, I stood upon the
;_ I saw in my dream, and, behold, seven
2^ Joseph said . .The dream of Pharaoh (is)
i seven good ears, .the dream (is) one
1,2 the dream was doubled unto Pharaoh twi.
~c Joseph remembered the dreams which
6 (and) will speak unto him in a dream
i a prophet, or a dreamer of dreams, and
3 that prophet, or that dreamer of dreams
5 dreamer of dreams, shall be put to death
. 13 a man that told a dream unto his fellow
13 I dreamed a dream, and, Io, a cake of
. 15 Gideon heard the telling of the dream
. 6 LORD answered him not, neither by dre.
15 neither by prophets, nor by dreams
- the LOKD appeared to Solomon in a dream
15 Solomon awoke ; and, behold, (it was) a (i.
14 thou scarest me with dreams, and terri.
8 He shall fly away as a dream, and shall
15 In a dream, in a vision of the night,when
. ?o As a dream when (one) awaketh ; (so), O
3 a dream cometh through the multitude
7 in the multitude of dreams and many
7 shall be as a dream of a night vision
27 people to forget my name by their dreams
28 that hath a dream, let him tell a dream
^2 against them that prophesy false dreams
"8 neither hearkeu to your dreams which ye
17 understanding in all visions and dreams
1 Nebuchadnezzar dreamed dreams, where.
2 for to show the king his dreams
3 said unto them, I have dreamed a dream
3 my spirit was troubled to know the dre.
28 your old men shall dream dreams, your
2 seen a lie, and have told false dreams
::
Kn chelem.
4 tell thy servants the dream, and we will
5 ye will not make known unto me the dr.
6 ye show the dream, and the interpretation
( show me the dream, and the interpretat.
7 Let the king tell his servants the dream
Q ye will not make known unto me the dr.
o tell me the dream, and I shall know that
26 able to make known unto me the dream
DREAM
Dan. 2. :8 Thy dream, aud the visions of thy head
2. 36 This (is)
the dream ; aud we will tell the
2. 45 dream (is) certain, aud the interpretation
4. 5 I saw a dream which made me afraid, and
4. 6 unto me the interpretation of the dream
4. 7 I told the dream before them; but they
4. 8 and before him I told the dream, (saying)
4. 9 tell me the visions of my dream that I
4. 18 This dream I king Nebuchadnezzar have
4. 19 let not the dream, or the interpretation
4. 19 the dream (be) to them that hate thee
5. 12 interpreting of dreams, and showing of
7. i Daniel had a dream aud vision of his
7. i he wrote the dream, (aud) told the sum
j. What Juippens in sleep, a dream, 4vvi\viov.
Acts. 2. 17 and your old men shall dream dreams
4. A dream, 6vap onar.
Matt, i . 20 the angel . . appeared unto him in a dream
2. 12 being warned of God in a dream that
2. 13 the angel, .appeareth to Joseph in a dr.
2. 19 angel of the Lord appeareth in :i dream
2. 22 being warned of God in a dream, he tur.
27. 19 suffered many things this day in a dream
DREAM, to
1. To dream, C~TI chalam.
Gen. 28. 12 he dreamed, and behold a ladder set up
37. 5 Joseph dreamed a dream, and he told (it)
37. 6 Hear, .this dream which I have dreamed
37. 9 he dreamed yet another dream, aud told
37. 9 I have dreamed a dream more ; and
37. 10 What (is) this dream that thou hast dre ?
40. 5 they dreamed a dream both of them, each
40. 8 We have dreamed a dream, aud (there is)
41. i Pharaoh dreamed : and, behold, he stood
41. 5 And he slept and dreamed the second
41. ii we dreamed a dream iu one night, I and
41. ii we dreamed each man according to the
41. 15 I have dreamed a dream, and (there is)
42. 9 remembered the dreams which he drea.
Judg. -. 13 I dreamed a dream, aud, lo, a cake of
Psa. 126. i LORD turned . . we were like them that d.
Isa. 29. 8 even be as when a hungry (man) dream.
29. 8 when a thirsty (man) dreameth, and, be.
Jer. 23. 25 saying, I have dreamed, I have dreamed
Dan. 2. i Nebuchadnezzar dreamed dreams, where.
2. 3 I have dreamed a dream, and my spirit
Joel 2. 28 your old men shall dream dreams, your
2. To dream (frequent!;/), 4vvTn ido/j.a.i enupniazo.
Acts 2. 17 aud your old men shall dream dreams
DREAMED, to cause to be
7*o cause to be dreamed, cVri chalam, 5
Jer. 29. your dreams which ye caused to be drea.
DREAMER
1. T<> <Zrat//4, C7r;i chalam.
Deuti3. i arise among you a prophet, or a dreamer
13. 3 the words of that prophet, or that drea.
13. ; dreamer of dreams, shall be put to death
Jer. 27. 9 nor to your diviners, uor to your dream.
2. Master of dreams, DiSn Vjjg baal chalvm.
Gen. 37. 19 to another, fiehold, this dreamer cometh
3.7*0 dream (frequently), tvinrvi<Lopai enwpmaaamai,
Jude 8 these (filthy) dreamers defile the flesh
DREGS
\.Goblet, bo-tol, large cup, nj, 3j3 qubbaath.
Isa. 51. 17 thou hast drunken the dregs of the cup
51. 22 (even) the dregs of the cup of my fury
2. Preserves, dreys, lees, Q ~!$y shemarim.
Psa. 75. 8 but the dregs . . all the wicked of the earth
DRESS, to
1 . 7*o do yood, make right, no; yatab, i>.
Exod3o. 7 when he dresseth the lamps, he shall
2.7*0 serve, till, ijy abad.
Gen. 2. 15 put him into the garden, .to dress it
Deut28. 39 Thou shalt plant vineyards, aud dress
3.7*o do, inake, nj? asah.
Gen. 18. 7 gave (it) unto a young man. .to dress it
1 8. 8 he took, .the calf which he had dressed
2 Sa. 12. 4 to take of his own. .to dress for the
12. 4 took the poor man s lamb, and dressed
13. 5 let. .Tamar. .dress the meat in my sight
13. 7 saying, Go now. .and dress him meat
19. 24 had neither dressed his feet, nor trimmed
iKi. 17. 12 that I may go in and dress it for me and
1 8. 23 aud I will dress the other bullock, and
1 8. 25 Choose you one bullock, .and dress (it)
1 8. 26 they took the bullock, .and they dressed
DRESSED, to be
1.7*o be done, made, n^y asah, 2.
Lev. 7. 9 and all that is dressed in the frying pan
2.7*0 be a husbandman, ytupytofj.ai georyeomai.
Heb. 6. 7 herbs meet for them by whom it is dress.
DRESSED, ready
To do, make, npy asah.
i Sa. 25. 1 8 Abigail . .took . .five sheep ready dressed
DREW near
To come near, 2~S) qarab.
1 Sa. 17. 41 the Philistine came on and drew near
2 Sa. 18. 25 Aud he came apace, aud drew near
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DRIED -
I. To be dry, or dried up, trj; yabesk.
Num. 6. 3 neither shall he. .eat moist grapes, or dr.
2.7*o roast, n?p qalah.
Lev. 2. 14 thy first fruits green ears of corn dried by
DRIED, to be
1.7*0 be dried, :nn chareb, 4.
Judg id. 7 seven green withs that were never dried
16. 8 green withs which had not been dried
2.7*0 be burnt, scorched, Tyj charar, 2.
Psa. 69. 3 weary of my crying ; my throat is dried
3. 7*o be dry or dried up, P3; yabesli .
Gen. 8. 14 in the second month . . was the earth dried
Eze. 37. ii Our bones are dried, and our hope is lost
DRIED away
l.To be dry w dried up, vy, yabeah.
Nunui. 6 But now our soul (is) dried away
DRIED up
Dried up, nrty tsiclieh.
Isa. 5. 1 3 their multitude dried up with thirst
DRIED up, to be
1.7*0 be or become lean, poor, low, weak, ^Vj dalal.
Job 28. 4 they are dried up, they are gone away
2.7*o be dried up, 3iri chareb.
Gen. 8. 13 the waters were dried up from off the
Psa. 106. y the lied sea also, and it was dried up
Isa. 19. 6 the brooks of defence shall be.. dried up
Hos. 13. 15 his fountain shall be dried up: he shall
3.7*0 be dry or dried up, 2*3; yabesfi.
Gen. 8. 7 until the waters were dried up from off
i Ki. 13. 4 his hand, .dried up, so that he could not
17. 7 the brook dried up, because there had
Job 18. 16 His roots shall be dried up beneath, and
Psa, 22. 15 My strength is dried up like a potsherd
Isa. 19. 5 the river shall be wasted and dried up
Jer. 23. 10 the pleasant places, .are dried up, and
50. 38 they shall be dried up : for it (is) the laud
Hos. 9. 16 their root is dried up, they shall bear no
Joel i. 20 for the rivers of waters are dried up, aud
Zech.n. 17 his arm shall be clean dried up, and his
4. 7*o make or become dry, pa; yabesh, 5.
Joel i. 10 new wine is dried up, the oil languisheth
i. 12 The vine is dried up, and the fig tree
DRINK
I. Drink, juice, nfjyp mashqeh.
Lev. ii. 34 all drink that may be drank in every (such)
Isa. 32. 6 he will cause the driuk of the thirsty to
^.Banquet, drinkimj, .insfD mishteh.
Ezra 3. 7 They gave, .meat, and drink, and oil, unto
Dan. i. 10 hath appointed your meat aud your drink
3. Anything suked up, N3D sobe.
Hos. 4. 18 Their drink is sour : they have committed
4. Juice, marrow, refreshment, ijpp shiqqur.
Psa. 102. 9 I have, .mingled my driuk with weeping
i).Juice,\iarroiv, refreshment, ^py shiqqiii.
Hos. 2. 5 that give, .my flax, miue oil aud my dri.
6.Anything dntnk, ir^ua poma.
i Co. 10. 4 did all drink the same spiritual drink
Heb. 9. 10 (Which stood) only in meats and drinks
7. A drinking, ir6ms posts.
John 6. 55 For my. .blood is driuk indeed
Rom 14. 17 the kingdom of God is uot meat and dri.
Col. 2. 16 Let no man therefore judge you. .in driuk
DRINK, to
\.A banquet, drinking, nnyc mishteh.
Dan. i. 16 took away . . the wine that they should dr.
2.7*0 drink, banquet, nrj^ shathah.
Gen. 9. 21 Aud he drauk of the wine, and was druu.
24. 14 Let down thy pitcher, .that I may drink
24. 14 Drink, and I will give thy camels, .also
24. 18 Drink, my lord : and she hasted, and let
24. 44 Both drink thou, and I will also draw for
24. 46 Drink, and I will give, .so I drank, aud
24. 54 And they did eat and drink, he and the
25. 34 he did eat and drink, and rose up, and
26. 30 made, .a feast, and they did eat and dri.
27. 25 and he brought him wiue, and he drank
30. 38 when the flocks came to drink, that they
30. 38 should conceive when they came to drink
43. 34 Aud they drank, and were merry with him
44. 5 (Is) not this (it) in which my lord drink.
Exod. 7. 18 the Egyptians shall loathe to driuk of
7. 21 Egyptians could not drink of the water
7. 24 the Egyptians digged . . for water to drink
7. 24 could not drink of the water of the river
15. 23 they could not drink of the waters of M.
15. 24 murmured, .saying, What shall we drink?
17. i (there was) no water for the people to d.
17. 2 and said, Give us water that we may dr.
17. 6 shall come water . . that the people may d.
24. ii also they saw God, and did eat and drink
32. 6 the people sat down to eat and to drink
34. 28 he did neither eat bread, nor drink water
Lev. 10. 9 Do not drink wine uor strong drink, thou
Num. 6. 3 He shall . . drink no vinegar of wine, or
6. 3 neither shall he drink any liquor of
6. 20 after that the Nazarite may drink wiue
20. 5 neither (is) there any water to drink
20. ii the congregation drank, and their beasts
20. 17 neither will we drink (of) the water of the
20. 19 and if I and my cattle drink of thy water

DRINK
Num 21. 22 we will uot drink(of) the waters of the
23. 24 until he eat (of) the prey, and driuk the
33. 14 was no water for the people to drink
Deut. 2. 6 buy water of them . .that ye may driuk
2. 28 give me water, .that I may driuk : only
9. 9 I neither did eat bread nor driuk water
9. 1 3 I did neither eat bread, nor driuk water
1 1. 1 1 and driuketh water of the rain of heaven
28. 39 but shalt neither drink (of) the wine, nor
29. 6 neither have ye drunk wine or strong dr.
32. 14 thou didst drink the pure blood of the
32. 38 Which . .drank the wiue of their drink off.
Judg. 7. 5 that boweth down upon his knees to d.
7. 6 bowed down upon their knees to drink
9. 27 did eat and drink, and cursed Abinn-1 i:
13. 4 beware, I pray thee, anil drink not wiue
13. 7 bear a son ; and now drink no wine nor
13. 14 neither let her drink wine, .nor eat any
15. 19 when he had drunk, his spirit came again
19. 4 they did eat and drink, aud lodged there
19. 6 they sat down, and did eat aud driuk
19. 21 washed their feet, and did eat and drink
Ruth 2. 9 driuk of (that) which the young men hav<*
3. 7 when Boaz had eaten and drunk, aud his
1 Sa. i. 9 So Hannah rose up. .after they had drunk
i. 15 I have drunk neither wine nor strong dr.
30. 12 had eaten no bread, nor drunk (any) water
2 Sa. 1 1 . 1 1 shall I then go into mine house . . to drink
n. 13 he did eat aud drink before him ; aud he
12. 3 aud drank of his own cup, and lay in his
16. 2 the wine, that such as be faint, .may dr.
19. 35 taste what I eat or what I drink ? can I
23. 1 6 he would not drink thereof, but poured
23. 1 7 the blood . . therefore he would not drink it
1 Ki. i. 25 behold, they eat aud drink before him
13. 8, 16 neither will I eat bread nor drink wat.
13. 9 Eat no bread, uor drink water, nor turn
13. 17 Thou shalt eat no bread nor driuk water
13. 18 that he may eat bread and drink water
13. 19 did eat bread in his house, and drank w.
13. 22 and hast eaten bread and drunk water
13. 22 Eat no bread, and drink no water ; thy
13. 23 it came to pass, .after he had drunk, that
17. 4 it shall be, (that) thou shalt driuk of th&
17. 6 ravens brought him bread . . and he drank
17. 10 a little water in a vessel, that I may dr.
18.41 Get thee up, eat and driuk ; for (there is)
18. 42 So Ahab went up to eat and to drink
19. 6 he did eat and driuk, aud laid him down
19. 8 he arose, and did eat and drink, and went
2 Ki. 3. 17 ye may drink, both ye, and your cattle
6. 22 they may eat and drink, and go to their
6. 23 when they had eaten and drunk, he sent
7. 8 went into one tent, and did eat and drink
9. 34 when he was come in, he did eat aud dr.
18. 27 may eat their own dung, and drink their
18. 31 drink ye every one the waters of his cist.
19. 24 I have digged and drunk strange waters
i Ch.ii. 18 David would not drink(of)it, but poured
ii. 19 shall I drink the blood of these men that
ii. 19 Therefore he would not drink it. These
29. 22 did eat aud drink before the LORD ou that
Ezra 10. 6 he did eat no bread, nor drink water : for
Neh. 8. 10 eat the fat, and drink the sweet, and send
8. 12 went their way to eat, and to drink, and
Esth. 3. 15 And the king and Hainan sat down to dr.
4. 16 and neither eat nor drink three days
Job i. 4 called for their three sisters .. to drink
6. 4 the poison whereof drinketh up my spirit
15. 16 man, which drinketh iniquity like water?
21. 20 he shall drink of the wrath of the Almi.
34. 7 What man (is) like Job, (who) drinketh
Psa. 50. 13 Will I eat. .or drink the blood of goats ?
75. 8 all the wicked of the earth shall . .driuk
78. 44 turned their rivers . . they could not dri.
no. 7 He shall drink of the brook in the way
Prov. 4. 17 For they, .drink the wiue of violence
5. 15 Drink waters out of thine own cistern
9. 5 drink of the wine(which) I have mingled
23. 7 Eat and drink, saith he to thee ; but his.
26. 6 cutteth off the feet, (and) driuketh dam.
31. 4 (It is) not for kings to drink wine ; nor
31. 5 Lest they drink, and forget the law, and
31. 7 Let him drink, and forget his poverty
Eccl. 2. 24 that he should eat and drink, aud . .enjoy
3. 13 also that every man should eat and dri.
5. 18 good and comely . .to eat and to drink
8. 15 a man hath no better, .than. .to. drink
9. 7 Go. .drink thy wine with a merry heart
Song 5. i I have drunk niy wine. .O friends; drink
Isa. 5. 22 mighty to drink wine, and men of streu.
21. 5 Prepare the table, .eat, drink : arise, ye
22. 13 let us eat and drink ; for to morrow we
24. 9 They shall not drink wine with a song
24. 9 shall be bitter to them that drink it
29. 8 a thirsty man dreameth . . he driuketh
36. 12 they may. .drink their own piss with you
36. 16 drink ye every one the waters of hisowa
37. 25 I have digged, and drunk water ; and
44. 12 he drinketh no water, aud is faint
51. 17 which hast drunk, .thou hast drunken
51. 22 dregs, .thou shalt no more drink it again
62. S the sons of the stranger shall not drink
62. 9 they that have brought it. .shall drink
65. 13 behold, my servants shall drink, but ye
Jer. 2.18 what hast thou to do . . to drink the waters
a. 18 to drink the waters of the river ?
16. 8 Thou shalt not.. sit with them, .to driuk
22. 15 did not thy father eat and drink, and do
25. 16 they shall drink, and be moved, aud be
25. 26 the king of Sheshach shall drink after
25. 27 Drink ye, and be drunken, aud spue, and

DRINK 273 DRIVE
Jer. 25. 28 to take the cup at thine hand to drink
25. 28 Thus saith the LORD. . Ye shall, .drink
35. 5 and I said unto them, Drink ye wine
35. 6 But they said, We will drink no wine
35. 6 Ye shall drink no wine, (neither) ye, nor
35. 8 to drink no wine all our days, we, our
35. 14 he commanded his sous not to drink
35. 14 for unto this day they drink none, but
49. 12 not to drink, .have assuredly drunken
49. 12 but thou shalt surely drink (of it)
51. 7 the nations have drunken of her wine
Lam. 5. 4 We have drunken our water for money
Eze. 4. ii Thou shalt drink also water by measure
4. ii from time to time shalt thou drink
4. 16 and they shall drink water by measure
12. 18 drink thy water with trembling and with
12. 19 and drink their water with astonishment
23. 32 Thou shalt drink of thy sister s cup
23. 34 Thou shalt even drink it and suck (it) out
25. 4 and they shall drink thy milk
31. 14 their trees stand, .all that drink water
31. 1 6 all that drink water, shall be comforted
34. 18" and to have drunk of the deep waters
34. 19 they drink that which ye have fouled
39. 17 that ye may eat flesh, and drink blood
39. 18 Ye shall, .drink the blood of the princes
39. 19 and shall., drink blood till.ye be drunken
44. 21 Neither shall any priest drink wine
Dan. i. 12 give us pulse to eat, and water to drink
Joel 3. 3 sold a girl for wine, that they might dri.
Amos 2. 8 they drink the wine of the condemned
4. i which say. .Bring, and let us drink
4. 8 So. .three cities wandered, .to drink wa.
5. ii but ye shall not drink wine of them
6. 6 That drink wine in bowls, and anoint
9. 14 they shall plant, .and drink the wine
Obad. :6 as ye have drunk upon my holy mountain
16 shall all the heathen drink . .they shall d.
Jon. 3. 7 let them not feed, nor drink water
Mic. 6. 15 and sweet wine, but shalt not drink wine
Hab. 2. 16 drink thou also, and let thy foreskin be
Zeph. i. 13 they shall plant vineyards, but not drink
Hag. i. 6 ye drink, but ye are not filled with drink
Zech. 7. 6 when ye did drink . . did not ye . . drink
9. 15 they shall drink, (and) make a noise as
8. To drink, banquet, nny shethah.
Dan. 5. i Belshazzar the king, .drank wine before
5. 2 that . .his concubines, might drinktherein
5. 3 wives, and his concubines, drank in them
5. 4 They drank wine, and praised the gods
5. 23 thy concub nes, have drunk wine in them
4.To drink, irivw pino.
Matt. 6. 25 what ye shall eat, [or what ye shall drink]
6. 31 What shall we eat?. .What shall we d. ?
ii. 1 8 John came neither eating nor drinking
11. 19 The Son of man came eating and drinking
24. 38 they were eating and drinking, marrying
24. 49 and to eat and drink with the drunken
26. 27 gave (it) to them, saying, Drink ye all of
26. 29 I will not drink henceforth of this fruit
26. 29 when I drink it new with you in my Fa.
26. 42 pass, .except I drink it, thy will be done
27. 34 gave him vinegar to drink mingled with
27 34 when he had tasted . .he would not drink
Mark 2. 16 [and drinketh] with publicans-ami sinners
14. 23 he gave (it)
to them : and they all drank
14. 25 I will drink no more of the fruit of the
14. 25 that I drink it new in the kingdom of
15. 23 gave him [to drink] wine mingled with
16. 18 [if they drink any deadly thing, it shall]
Luke i. 15 and shall drink neither wine nor strong
5. 30 eat and drink with publicans and sinners?
5. 33 they said unto him. .but thine eat and d. ?
5. 39 No man also having drunk old (wine)
7. 33 neither eating bread nor drinking wine
7. 34 Son of man is come eating and drinking
10. 7 and drinking such things as they give
12. 19 take thine ease, eat, drink, (and)be merry
12. 29 what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink
12. 45 and to eat and drink, and to be drunken
13. 26 We have eaten and drunk in thy presen.
17. 8 serve me, till I have eaten and drunken
17. 8 and afterward thou shalt eat and drink
17. 27 They did eat, they drank, they married
17. 28 they did eat, they drank, they bought
22. 1 8 I will not drink of the fruit of the vine
22. 30 That ye may eat and drink at my table
John 4. 7 Jesus saith unto her, Give me to drink
4. 9 that thou, being a Jew, askest drink of
4. 10 it is that saith to thee, Give me to drink
4. 12 gave us the well, and drank thereof him.
4. 13 Whosoever drinketh of this water shall
4. 14 whosoever driuketh of the water that I
6. 53 drink his blood, ye have no life in you
6. 54 Whoso eateth my flesh, and drinketh my
6. 56 He that eateth my flesh, and drinketh my
7. 37 thirst, let him come unto me, and drink
18. ii the cup. .given me, shall I not drink it?
Acts 9. 9 three days, .neither did eat nor drink
23. 12 eat nor drink till they had killed Paul
23. 21 eat nor drink till they have killed him
Rom 14. 21 neither to eat flesh, nor to drink wine
x Co. 9. 4 Have we not power to eat and to drink ?
10. 4 did all drink the same spiritual drink
10. 4 they drank of that spiritual Rock that
10. 7 The people sat down to eat and drink
10. 21 Ye cannot drink the cup of the Lord
10. 31 Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or
11.22 have ye not houses to eat and to drink in ?
11. 25 as oft as ye drink (it), iu remembrance
i Co. it. 26 as often as ye eat this bread, and drink
ii. 27 whosoever shall eat this bread, and drink
ii. 28 so let him eat of (that) bread, and drink
ii. 29 drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh
15. 32 let us eat and drink;: for to morrow we d.
Heb. 6. 7 the earth which drinketh in the rain that
Rev. 14. 10 The same shall drink of the wine of the
16. 6 and thou hast given them blood to drink
18. 3 all nations have drunk of the wine of

DRINK abundantly, to
To drink to satiety, ~\yy shakar.
Song 5. i yea, drink abundantly, beloved

DRINK, to cause to
To cause or give to drink, to water, n$y shaqah, 5.
Num. 5. 24 he shall cause the woman to drink the
5. 26 shall cause the woman to drink the water
Song 8. 2 I would cause thee to drink of spiced wi.
Jer. 25. 15 and cause all the nations, .to drink it

DRINK, to be filled with
To drink to satiety, ~sy shakar.
Hag. i. 6 ye drink, but ye are not filled with drink

DRINK, to give
1. To cause or give to drink, to water, n^y shaqah, 5.
Gen. 21. 19 bottle with water, and gave the lad drink
24. 14, 46 and I will give thy camels drink also
24. 1 8 pitcher upon her hand, and gave him dr.
24. 43 Give me, I pray, .a little water, .to drink
Num 20. 8 give the congregation and . . beasts drink
Judg. 4. 19 Give me, I pray, .a little water to drink
4. 19 opened a bottle of milk, and gave him d.
2Sa. 23. 15 Oh that one would give me drink of the
i Ch. ii. 17 Oh that one would give me drink of the
Ksth. i. 7 they gave (them) drink in vessels of gold
Job 22. 7 not given water to the weary to drink
Psa. 69. 21 in my thirst they gave me vinegar to dr.
78. 15 gave (them) drink as (out of) the great
80. 5 givest them tears to drink in great mea.
104. ii give drink to every beast of the field
Prov 25. 21 if he be thirsty, give him water to drink
Isa. 43. 20 to give drink to my people, my chosen
Jer. 8. 14 given us water of gall to drink, because
9. 15 and give them water of gall to drink
16. 7 give them the cup of consolation to drink
35. 2 bring them . . and give them wine to drink
Amos 2. 12 But ye gave the Nazarites wine to drink
2. To give to drink, irorifa potizd.
Matt 25. 35 I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink : I
25. 37 when saw we thee. .thirsty, and gave. .d.
25. 42 I was thirsty, and ye gave me no drink
Rom 12. 20 if he thirst, give him drink : for in so

DRINK, to give to
To give to drink, irorifa potizo.
Matt 10. 42 whosoever shall give to drink unto one
27. 48 put (it) on a reed, and gave him to drink
Mark 9. 41 give you a cup of water to drink in my
15. 36 put (it) on a reed, and gave him to drink
DRINK, giving
To give to drink, njjy shaqah, 5.
Gen. 24. 19 when she had done giving him drink

DRINK, to let
1. To suffer to suck up or swallow, NDJ gama, 5.
Gen. 24. 17 Let me, I pray thee, drink a little water
2. To cause or give to drink, n$tf shaqah, 5.
Gen. 24. 45 I said unto her, Let me drink, I pray thee


DRINK, to make
I. To cause or give to drink, n$y shaqah, 5.
Gen. 19. 32 Come, let us make our father drink wine
19. 33, 35 they made their father drink w_ine
19. 34 let us make him drink wine this night
24. 46 and she made the camels drink also
Exod32. 20 and made the children of Israel drink
i Sa. 30. ii he did eat ; and they made him drink
Psa. 36. 8 thou shalt make them drink of the river
2. To give to drink, iroTifa potizo.
Rev. 14. 8 she made all nations drink of the wine of
DRINK, to make to
1. To cause or give to drink, njj^ shaqah, 5.
Num. 5. 27 when he hath made her to drink the
Psa. 60. 3 thou hast made us to drink the wine of
Jer. 25. 17 I. .made all the nations to drink, unto
2. To give to drink, iroTifa potizo.
1 Co. 12. 13 have been all made to drink into one spi.
DRINK
offering
1. Mixed or spiced drink, 3?9? mimsak.
Isa. 65. ii that furnish the drink offering unto that
^.Anything poured out,
~
D} nasik.
Deut 32. 38 drank the wine of their drink offerings?
3.Anything poured out, HOJ nesek.
Gen. 35. 14 and he poured a drink offering thereon
Exod2g. 40 fourth part of an hin of wine . . a drink off.
29. 41 according to the drink offering thereof
30. 9 neither shall ye pour drink offeringthere.
Lev. 23. 13 the drink offering thereof (shall be) of
23. 1 8 their meat offering and their drink offe.
23. 37 drink offerings, everything upon his day
Num. 6. 15, 17 meat offering, and their drink offer.
15. 5 fourth, .of an hin of wine for a drink off.
15. 7 for a drink offering thou shalt offer the
Num 15. 10 bring for a drink offering half an hin of
15. 24 his meat offering, and his drink offering
28. 7 the drink offering thereof (shall be) the
28. 7 the strong wine, .(for) a drink offering
28. 8 as the drink offering thereof, thou shalt
28. 9 mingled with oil, and the drink offering
28. 10, 15, 24 burnt offering, and his drink offer.
28. 14 their drink offerings shall be half an hin
28. 31 his meat offering, .and their drink offer.
29. 6 meat offering, and their drink offerings
[So in v. it, 16, 18, 19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 27, 28, 30, 31, 33,
34. 37. 38> 39-1
2 Ki. 16. 13 and poured his drink offering, .upon the
16. 15 meat offering, and their drink ottering*
1 Ch.29. 21 a thousand lambs, with their drink offer.
2 Ch. 29. 35 peace offerings, and the drink offering*
Psa. 16. 4 their drink offerings of blood will I not
Isa. 57. 6 to them hast thou poured a drink offer.
Jer. 7. 18 to pour out drink offerings unto other g.
19. 13 have poured out drink offerings unto
32. 29 poured out drink offerings unto other
44. 17 But we will, .pour out drink offering
44. 18 to pour out drink offerings unto her, we
44. 19 and poured out drink offerings unto her
44. 19 and pour out drink offerings unto her
44. 25 to pour out drink offerings unto her
Eze. 20. 28 poured out there their drink offerings
45. 17 meat offerings, and drink offerings
Joel i. 9 the drink offering is cut off from the hou.
1. 13 the drink offering is withholden fromthf
2. 14 a meat offering and a drink offering uul
4.Anything poured out, ^55 nesak.
Ezra 7. 17 meat offerings and their drink offerings
DRINK, strong
1.SweetdrinkfahatacUiatesorintoxicates),~\Z9s!ifkar.
Lev. io. 9 Do not drink wine nor strong drink, thou
Num. 6. 3 shall separate (himself) from, .strong dr.
6. 3 shall drink no . . vinegar of strong drink
Deut 14. 26 shalt bestow that money, .for strong dr..
29. 6 neither have ye drunk . . strong drink
Judg 13. 4 and drink not wine nor strong drink
13. 7 now drink no wine nor strong drink
13. 14 neither let her drink wine or strong drinU
i Sa. i. 15 have drunk neither wine nor strong drink
Prov 20. i Wine (is) a mocker, strong drink (is) rag
31. 4 to drink wine, nor for princes strong dri.
31. 6 Give strong drink unto him that is ready
Isa. 5. 1 1 (that) they may follow strong drink ; that
5. 22 men of strength to mingle strong drink
24. 9 strong drink shall be bitter to them that
28. 7 through strong drink are out of the way
28. 7 prophet have erred through strong drink
28. 7 are out of the way through strong drink
29. 9 they stagger, but not with strong drink
56. 12 we will fill ourselves with strong drink
Mic. 2. ii prophesy, .of wine and of strong drink
2. Sweet drink, (often fermented), (TiKtpa, ^v Heb.
Luke i. 15 shall drink neither wine nor strong drink
DRINK of, to
To drink, irlvu pino.
Matt 20. 22 to drink of the cup that I shall drink of
20. 23 Ye shall drink indeed of my cup, and be
Markio. 38 can ye drink of the cup that I drink of?
io. 39 indeed drink of the cup that I drink of
DRINK up, to
To press upon, PVJ! ashaq.
Job 40. 23 he drinketh up a river, (and) hasteth noi
DRINK with, to
To drink with, ffvpirivw sumpinij.
Acts io. 41 did eat and drink with him after he rose
DRINKER
To drink, banquet, r.rty shathah.
Joel i. 5 howl, all ye drinkers of wine, because of
DRINKING
1. Drink, juice, nj3p5 mashqeh.
1 Ki. io. 21 Solomon s drinking vessels (were of) gold
2 Ch. 9. 20 drinking vessels of king Solomon (vrere of)
2. To drink, n$y shathah.
Gen. 24. 19 camels also, until they have done drink.
24 22 as the camels had done drinking, that the
Ruth 3. 3 he shall have done eating and drinking
i Sa. 30. 16 eating and drinking, anddancing, because
i Ki. 4. 20 eating and drinking, and making merry
16. 9 drinking himself drunk in the house of
20. 12 heard this message, as he (was) drinking
20. 16 Ben-hadad (was) drinking himself drunk
i Ch.i2. 39 with David three days, eating and drink.
Job i. 13, 18 (were) eating and drinking wine iu
Isa. 22.13 And behold . . eating flesh and drinking w.
^.Drinking, n;ny shethiyyah.
Esth. i. 8 the drinking (was) according to the law
DRIVE, to
I. To thrust away or out, fi? hadaph.
Isa. 22. 19 I will drive thee from thy station, and
Jer. 46. 15 stood not, because the LORD did drive
I.To drive away, TSJ terad.
Dan. 4. 25, 32 they shall drive thee from men, .aid
3. To drive au-ay, [V.L. xi}, 5] rnj nadach, 5.
2 Ki. 17. 21 Jeroboam drave Israel from following the
4. To drive or force away, rnj nadach, 5.
Deut 30. i whither the LORD thy Go4 uath driven
35
DRIVE .-274 DROVE
Jer. 8. 3 the places whither I have driven them
16. 15 all the lands whither he had driven them
23. 3 all countries whither I have driven them
23. 8 all countries whither I had driven them
24. 9 in all places whither I shall drive them
29. 14 all the places whither I have driven you
29. 18 the nations whither I have driven them
32. 37 all countries whither I have driven them
46. 28 the nations whither I have driven thee
Eze. 4. 13 among the Gentiles, whither I will drive
Dan. 9. 7 countries whither thou hast driven them
Joel 2. 20 will drive him into a land barren and
5. To lead, drive, Jnj nahag.
1 Sa. 30. 20 (which) they drave before those (other)
2 Sa. 6. 3 the sons of Abinadab, drave the new cart
2 Ki. 4. 24 Drive, and go forward; slack not (thy)
9. 20 Jehu the son of Nimshi; for he driveth
1 Ch 13. 7 and Uzza and Ahio drave the cart
6. To lead, drive, Jn; nahag, 3.
Exodi4. 25 took off their, .wheels, that they drave
7. To cast out, V} nashal, 3.
2 Ki.i6. 6 king of Syria, .drave the Jews from Elath
8.To scatter, ns puts, 5.
Job 18. ii Terrors, .shall drive him to his feet
9. To drive away, airfXavw apelaund.
Acts 18. 16 And he drave them from the judgment
1 0. To cast out, tKfia.\\w ekballo.
Mark i 12 Spirit driveth him into the wilderness
John 2. 15 he drove them all out of the temple, and
DRIVE asunder, to
To shake o/, cause to move, in) nathar, 5.
Hab. 3. 6 he beheld, and drove asunder the nations
DRIVE away, to
1. To cause to flee, n-i-; barach, 5.
i Ch. 8. 13 who drove away the inhabitants of Gath
2.7*0 cast out, drive away, trja. garash, 3.
Exod. 2. 17 the shepherd came and drove them away
Psa. 34. title, who drove him away, and he departed
3.7o bring forth, Vn, *^n chil, chul, Sa.
Prov 25. 23 The north wind driveth away rain; so
4. To drive or force away, rnj nadach, 5.
Jer. 23. 2 scattered my flock, and driven them away
50. 17 the lions have driven (him) away ; first
5.7*0 drive or thrust away, rp} nadaph.
I sa. i . 4 the chaff which the wind driveth away
68. 2 As smoke is driven . . so drive them away
6.7*0 lead away, JHJ nahag.
Job 24. 3 They drive away the ass of the fatherless
7. 7*o blow or drive away, 2?) nashab, 5.
Gen. 15. ii the fowls came. .Abram drove them away
DRIVE far, to
To put far off, prrj rachaq, 5.
Prov 22. 15 rod of correction shall drive it far from
DRIVE out, to
1. 7*o cast out, drive aicay, enj garash.
Exod34. 1 1 I drive out before thee the Amorite, and
2. To cast out, drive away, zna garash, 3.
Gen. 3. 24 he drove out the man ; and he placed at
4. 14 thou hast driven me out from the face of
Exod 6. i a strong hand shall he drive them out of
10. ii were driven out from Pharaoh s presence
23. 28 hornets, .which shall drive out the Hivite
23. 29 I will not drive them out from before
23. 30 I will drive them out from before thee
23. 31 and thou shall drive them out before
33. 2 I will drive out the Canaanite, the
Kum 22. 6 and (that) I may drive them out of the
22. ii to overcome them, and drive them out
Josh 24. 12 which drave them out trom before you
24. 1 8 the LORD drave out from before us all
Judg. 2. 3 I will not drive them out from before
6. 9 drave them out from before you, and
i Sa 26. 19 they have driven me out this day from
i Ch.i7. 21 by driving out nations from before thy
Eze. 31. ii I have driven him out for his wickedness
Hos. 9. 15 I will drive them out of mine house
Zeph. 2. 4 they shall drive out Ashdod at the noon d .
3. To possess, occupy, succeed, C"v yarash.
Numzx. 32 drove out the Amorites that (were) there
4. To (cause to) possess, dispossess, en; yarash, 5.
Num32. 21 driven out his enemies from before him
33- 52 Ve shall drive out all the inhabitants
33- 55 if ye will not drive out the inhabitants
Josh. 3. 10 he will without fail drive out from
13. 6 them will I drive out from before the
14. 12 I shall be able to drive them out, as the
15. 63 children of Judah. .not drive them out
16. 10 they drave not out the Canaanites that
17. 12 children of Manasseh.could not drive out
17. 13 but did not utterly drive them out
17. 18 for thou shalt drive out the Canaanites
23. 5 and drive them from out of your sight
23. 9 the LORD hath driven out from before
23. 13 the LORD your God will no more drive out
Judg. i. 19 drave out (the inhabitants of) the moun.
1. 19 could not drive put the inhabitants of
i. 21 children of Benjamin did not drive out
i. 27 Neither did Manasseh drive out (the in.
i. 28 and did not utterly drive them out
i. 29 Neither did Ephraim drive out the Cana.
Judg. i. 30 Neither did Zehulun drive out the inha.
i. 31 Neither did Asher drive out the inhabit
i. 32 for they did not drive them out
1. 33 Neither did Naphtali drive out the inha
2. 21 I also will not henceforth drive out any
2. 23 without driving them out hastily ; neither
n. 24 the LORD our God shall drive out from
2 Ch.2o. 7 (who) didst drive out the inhabitants of
Psa. 44. 2 (How) thou didst drive out the heathen
5. 7*0 drive or force away, rnj nadach, 5.
Jer. 27. 10 that I should drive you out, and ye
27. 15 that I might drive you out, and that ye
6. To drive fir thrust out, ewQ(ca czttheo.
Acts 7. 45 whom God drave out before the face of
DRIVE up and down, to
7*o bear diversely, in different directions, oiaiptpu.
Acts 27. 27 we were driven up and down in Adria
DRIVE, to let
7*o give over to be driven, cViSi Swyui fytptiv.
Acts 27. 15 bear up into the wind, we let (her) drive
DRIVEN
1. To be driven or forced away, rn} nadach, 4.
Isa. 8. 22 and (they shall be) driven to darkness
2. 7*o be driven or thrust away, n. j nadaph, 2.
Isa. 41. 2 gave (them) . . as driven stubble to his bow
DRIVEN, to be
1.7*0 thrust out or away, rpn hadaph.
Job 18. 18 He shall be driven from light_into dark.
2.7b drive away, Tip terad.
Dan. 4. 33 he was driven from men, and did eat
5. 21 he was driven from the sons of men
3.7*0 be driven or forced away, rnj nadach, 2.
Deut. 4. 19 shouldest be driven to worship them
Jer. 40. 12 out of all places whither they were driv.
43. 5 nations whither they had been driven
Eze. 34. 4 brought again that which was driven
34. 16 bring again that which was driven away
4. To be turned round about, 3JIJ sabab, 2.
Psa. 1 1 4. 3 sea saw (it), and fled : Jordan was driven
114. 5 thou Jordan, (that) thou wast driven
5.7o be turned back, 3^0 sug, 2.
Psa. 40. 14 let them be driven backward and put to
6. To drive, t\avvta elauno, t\dv elao.
Luke 8. 29 and was driven of the devil into the wil.
Jaj. 3. 4 Behold also the ships . .driven of fierce
7. To be borne or carried, Qtpouat pheromai.
Acts 27. 17 fearing, .strake sail, and so were driven
DRIVEN away, to be
1.7*0 be thrust or driven away or down, r\r^\dachah,1.
Prov 14. 32 The wicked is driven away in his wicked.
2. To be driven or thrust away, TIJ nadaph, 2.
Psa. 68. 2 As smoke is driven away . . as wax melteth
Isa. 19. 7 shall wither, be driven away, and be no
3. 7*o be taken captive, rtyp shabah, 2.
Exod22. 10 be hurt, or driven away, no man seeing
DRIVEN forth, to be
7*o be cast out or driven away, cna garash, 4.
Job 30. 5 They were driven forth from among
DRIVEN on, to be
7*o be thrust or driven away or down, nrn dachah, 2.
Jer. 23. 12 they shall be driven on, and fall therein
DRIVEN out, to be
7*o be driven or forced away, rnj nadach, 2.
Deut 30. 4 If (any) of thine be driven out unto the
Jer. 49. 5 shall be driven out every man right forth
Mic. 4. 6 I will gather her that is driven out
Zeph. 3. 19 I will, .gather her that was driven out
DRIVEN quite, to be
7*o be driven or forced away, rrj nadach, 2.
Job 6. 13 and is wisdom driven quite from me?
DRIVEN to and fro
To be driven or thrust away, r
rij nadaph, 2.
Job 13. 25 Wilt thou break a leaf driven and fro?
DRIVER
7*o exact, PJJ nagas.
Job 39. 7 neither regardeth he the crying of the d.
DRIVER of a chariot
Rider, charioteer, 3$n rakkab.
1 Ki. 22. 34 he said unto the driver of his chariot
DRIVING
Leading on, jrt? minhag.
2 Ki. 9. 20 the driving is like the driving of Jehu
DRIVING out
7*o (cause to) possess, dispossess, srv yarash, 5.
Judg. 2. 23 left those nations, without driving, .out
DROMEDARY %
1. .-I young camel, dromedary, n^ 3, ~C3 beker, bikrali,
Isa. 60. 6 the dromedaries of Midian and Ephah
Jer. 2. 23 (thou art) a swift dromedary traversing
Z.Swift beast, courser, tra^ rekesh.
i Ki. 4. 28 straw for the horses and dromedaries
3. Mare, mule, IJ$T rammak.
Esth. 8. 10 riders on mules, camels, (and) young dro.
DROP
A drop, 17 mar.
Isa. 40. 15 Behold the nations (are) as a drop of a
DROP, to
\. To flow, *?ij nazal.
Job 36. 28 Which the clouds do drop (and) distil
2. 7*o drop, jCj nataph.
Judg. 5. 4 the heavens dropped, the clouds Elso dr.
Job 29. 22 they spake not again, and my speech dr.
Psa. 68. 8 the heavens also dropped at the presence
Prov. 5. 3 the lips of a strange woman drop (as) an
Song 4. ii Thy lips, O (my) spouse, drop (as) the hon.
5. 5 I rose up. .and my hands dropped (with)
3. 7*o (cause to) drop, jcj nataph, 5.
Eze. 20. 46 set thy face toward the south, and drop
21. 2 set thy face toward Jerusalem, and drop
Amos 7. 16 drop not (thy word) against the house of
9. 13 the mountains shall drop sweet wine, and
4.7*0 be poured out, 7|ru nathak, 2.
2 Sa. 21. 10 beginning of harvest until water dropped
5.7*o drop, be abundant, f\~iy araph.
Deut. 32. 2 My doctrine shall drop as the rain, my
6.7*0 drop, distil, fjin raaph.
Psa. 65. ii Thou crownest. .and thy paths drop fat.
65. 12 They drop (upon) the pastures of the wil.
DROP down, to
1.7*0 drop, 1?j nataph.
Joel 3. 18 the mountains shall drop down new wine
2.7*0 drop, be abundant, pj; araph.
Deut 33. 28 also his heavens shall drop down dew
3.7*0 drop, distil, fjyi raaph.
Prov. 3. 20 and the clouds drop down the dew
4. To (cause to) drop, distil, jyi raaph, 5.
Isa. 45. 8 Drop down, ye hea-ens, from above, and
DROP through, to
7*o drop, ]Vj dalaph.
Eccl.io. 18 through idleness, .the house droppeth th.
DROPPED
Flow, stream, Tj^n helek.
i Sa. 14. 26 when the people were come, .honey drop.
DROPPING
I. Dropping, fjVj deleph.
Prov 19. 13 contentions of a wife (are) a continual dr.
27. 15 A continual dropping in a very rainy day
2.7*0 drop, ]BJ nataph.
Song 5. 13 "his lips .. dropping sweet smelling myrrh
DROPS
I. Drops, D ^JK agalim.
Job 38. 28 or who hath begotten the drops of dewT
2. Drop, ]?} nataph.
Job 36. 27 For he maketh small the drops of water
3. Dropping, D p p") resisim.
Song 5. 2 (and) my locks with the drops of the night
DROPS, great
-1 clot, drop, 6p6n&os thrombos.
Luke22. 44 [great drops of blood falling down to the}
DROPSY, having the
Dropsical, full of water, vSpcairiKOs hudropikos.
Luke 14. 2 a certain man . . which had the dropsy
DROSS
1 .Dross, KB sug.
Eze. 22. 18 the house of Israel is to me become dross
2. Dross, "p sig.
Psa. 119. 119 Thou puttest away all the wicked . . dross
Prov.25- 4 Take away the dross from the silver, and
26. 23 a potsherd covered with silver dross
Isa. i. 22 Thy silver is become dross, thy wine mix.
i. 25 I will ..purely purge away thy dross, and
Eze. 22. 1 8 all they (are) brass, .the dross of silver
22. 19 Because ye are all become dross, behold
DROUGHT
1. Restraint, dearth, rnif? bitstsoreth.
Jer. 17. 8 and shall not be careful in the year of d.
2. Drought, waste, 3~in choreb.
Gen. 31. 40 in the day the drought consumed me
Jer. 50. 38 A drought (is) upon her waters, and they
Hag. i. n And I called for a drought upon the land
3. Drought, pTjn charabon,
Psa. 32. 4 is turned into the drought of summer
4. Drought, ninyov tsachtsachoth.
Isa. 58. 1 1 the LORD shall . . satisfy thy soul in drought
5. Drought, n;s tsiyyah.
Job 24. 19 Drought and heat consume the snow w.
Jer. a. 6 through a land of drought, ami of th<*
0. Thirst, pxsy tsimmaon.
Deut. 8. 15 fiery serpents, and scorpions, and drought
DROUGHT, great
Droughts, htoM^g taluboth.
Hos. 13. 5 know thee. .in the land of great drought
DROVE
1. Camp, njq*? machaneh.
Gen. 33. 8 What (meanest) thou by all this drove
DROWN
2. Drove, flock, herd, order, T]y. eder.
Gen. 32. 16 he delivered, .every drove by themselves
32. 16 and put a space betwixt drove and drove
32. 19 and all that followed the droves
DROWN, to
1. To <ircrftow, was/i away, IBB* shntaph.
Song 8 7 neither can thje floods drown it
2. To wake to sink, 0v8i(w buthizo.
i Ti. 6 9 drown men in destruction and perdition
3. To drink down, swallow up, Karairivw katapino.
Heb. is. 29 Egyptians assaying to do were drowned
DROWNED, to be
I. To be sunk, yji? taba, 4.
Exodis. 4 captains also are drowned in the Red sea
2.7*0 be watered, to sink, yjyp sluuja, 2 [V.L. n^].
Amos 8. 8 it shall be cast out and drowned, as (by)
3. To sink, water, yffp shaqa.
Amos 9. 5 shall be drowned, as (by) the flood of E.
4. To be made to sink down, Karairovri^o/nai.
Matt 18. 6 he were drowned in the depth of the sea
DROWSINESS -
Slumber, drowsiness, nsu numah.
Prov.23. 21 drowsiness shall clothe (a man) with rags
DRUNK
Satiated, merry, ~$3ip shikkur.
1 Ki.- 16. 9 drinking himself drunk in the house of
20. 16 drinking himself drunk in the pavilions
DRUNK, to be
1. To be drunk, nr,e> shathah, 2.
Lev. 1 1 . 34 and all drink that may be drunk in every
2. To begin to be softened, peevcncw methusko.
Eph. 5. 18 be not drunk with wine, wherein isexcess
DRUNK, to be made
I. To be filled, satisfied, ni-i ravah.
Jer. 46. 10 be satiate and made drunk with their
2. To be softened (with drink], ^e0uo> methuo.
Rev. 17. 2 have been made drunk with the wine of
DEUNK, to make
1. To satiate, make merry., ~Ciy shakar, 3.
2 Sa. ii. 13 he made him drunk : and at even he
Isa. 63. 6 make them drunk in my fury, and I will
2.7*0 satiate, make merry, "ire* shakar, 5.
r>eut72. 42 I will make mine arrows drunk with bl.
ler. 51. 57 1 will make drunk her princes, and her
DRTJNK, to have well
To be softened with drink, /j.f6v<a methuo.
John 2. 10 when men have well drunk, then that
DRUNKARD
I. To suck up, be satiated, tt^g saba.
Deut2i. 20 This our son (is), .a glutton and a drun.
Prov.23. 21 drunkard and the glutton shall come to
-Nah. i. 10 while they are drunken (as) drunkards
2. Satiated, merry, ~ft3y shikkur.
?rov.26. 9 thorn goeth up into the hand of a drunk.
Isa. 24. 20 earth shall reel to and fro like a drunkard
28. i Woe to the crown., to the drunkards of E.
28. 3 the drunkards of Ephraim, shall be trod.
Joel. i. 5 Awake, ye drunkards, and weep ; and
3. To drink sweet drink, -OB* nny shathah shekar.
Psa 69. 12 and I (was) the song of the drunkards
4. Softened with drink, utOvcros methusos.
i Co. 5. ii or an idolater, or a railer, or a drunkard
6. 10 Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards
DRUNKEN
1. To drink, K}\} saba (cr job).
Nan. i 10 while they are drunken (as) drunkards
2. Satiated, merry, iisr shikkur.
i Sa. i. 13 therefore Eli thought she had been druu.
25. 36 merry within Mm, for he (was) very drun.
Job 12. 25 maketh them to stagger like (a) drunken
Isa. 19. 14 err. .as a drunken (man) staggerethiin his
Jer. 23 9 I am like a drunken man, and like a man
3.7/0 be satiated, merry, ire* shakar.
Isa. 51. 21 hearnow this, thou afflicted, and drunken
4. To be softened, soaked with drink, /^eBvia methuo.
Matt 24. 49 a_nd
to eat and drink with the drunken
Acts 2. 15 For these are not drunken as ye suppose
i Co.n. 21 and one is hungry, and another is drunken
i Th. 5. 7 and they that, .are drunken in the night
Rev. 17. 6 1 saw the woman drunken with the blood
DRUNKEN, be
Satiety, merriment, pi^e* shikkaron.
Eze. 39. 19 and drink blood till ye be drunken, of
DRUNKEN, to be
l.T/o be satiated, merry, "\sf shakar.
Gen. 9. 21 And he drank of the wine, and was dm.
Isa. 39. 9 they are drunken, but not with wine ; they
49. 26 they shall be drunken with their own bl.
.ler. 25. 27 be drunken, and spue, and fall, and rise
Lam. 4. 21 shalt be drunken, and shalt make thyself
Nah. 3. ii Thou also shalt be drunken ; thou shalt
2. To be (shoio self) drunken, merry, -cc1 shakar, 7.
i Sa. i. 14 How long wilt thou be drunken? put
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3. 7"o begin to be softened, utOvffKta methuskd.
Lukei2. 45 and to eat and drink, and to be drunken
i Th. 5. 7 and they that be drunken, .in the night
DRUNKEN, to make
1. To be filled, satisfied, nn ravah, 5.
Lam. 3. 15 he hath made me drunken with wormw.
2. To satiate, make merry, i?f shakar, 3.
Jer. 51. 7 cup. .that made all the earth drunken
Hab. 2. 15 and makest(him) drunken also, that thou
3. 7*o satiate, make merry, ire* shakar, 5.
Jer. 48. 26 Make ye him drunken ; for he magnified
51. 39 I will make them drunken, that they may
DRUNKEN man
Satiated, merrt/, -.is? shikkur.
Psa. 107. 27 They reel . . and stagger like a drunken m.
DRUNKENNESS
1. Fulness, satiety, nyi raveh.
Deut29. 19 though i walk, .to add drunkenness to
2.Satiety, merriment, ptlif shikkaron.
Jer. 13. 13 I will fill all . .Jerusalem, with drunken.
Eze 23. 33 Thou shalt be filled with drunkenness
3. Drinking, carousing, r\y shethi.
Eccl. 10. 17 eat . for strength, and not . . drunkenness !
4. Drink, mulled drink, /W07J met/ie.
Luke2i. 34 overcharged with surfeiting, and drunk.
Rom 13. 13 Let us walk, .not in rioting and drunken.
Gal. 5. 21 drunkenness, revellings, and such like
DRU-SIL LA, Apouffi\\a.
A daughter of Herod Agrippa I. She became wife of
Felix governor of Judea.
Acts 24. 24 when Felix came with his wife D.
DRY
I. Dry, 3-in chareb.
Lev. 7. 10 meat offering ningled with oil, and dry
Prov.i 7 . i Better (is) a dry morsel, and quietness
2. Dry, drought, Tin choreb.
Judg. 6. 37 and (it be) dry upon all the earth (beside)
6. 39 let it now be dry only upon the fleece
6. 40 for it was dry upon the fleece only
3. A dry place, rryjri charabah.
Eze. 30. 12 I will make the rivers dry, and sell the
4. Dry, dried up, withered, eg; yabesh.
Job 13. 25 and wilt thou pursue the dry stubble?
Isa. 56. 3 neither let the eunuch say. .1 (am) a dry
Eze. 17. 24 and have made the dry tree to flourish
"
20. 47 and it shall devour every . .dry tree
37. 2 very many . . and, lo, (they were) very dry
37. 4 O ye dry bones, hear the word of the L.
Nah. i. 10 shall be devoured as stubble fully dry
5.A dry place, ne*r_ yabbashah.
Gen. i. 9 let the dry (land) appear : and it was so
T. 10 And God called the dry (land) Earth
Exod. 4. 9 it upon the dry (land), .blood upon the
14. 16 the children of Israel shall go on dry
14. 22 children of Israel went, .upon the dry
14. 29 the children of Israel walked upon dry
15. 19 but the children of Israel went on dry
Psa. 66. 6 He turned the sea into dry (land)
Jon. i. 9 which hath made the sea and the dry
2. 10 and it vomited out Jonah upon the dry
6.^1 dry place, ntrf: yabbesheth.
Exod. 4. 9 shall become blood upon the dry (land)
Psa. 95. 5 and his hands formed the dry (land)
7. Clear, shining, ns tsach.
Jer. 4. ii A dry wind of the high places in the wil.
8.--1 dry place, glowing, burning, .i;y tsiyyah.
Psa. 63. i my flesh longeth for thee in a dry and
107. 35 He turneth. .dry ground, .water-springs
Isa. 41. 18 I will make, .the dry land springs of
53. 2 grow up . . as a root out of a dry ground
Jer. 51. 43 Her cities are a desolation, a dry land
Eze. 19. 13 planted, .in a dry and thirsty ground
Hos. 2. 3 Lest I . . set her like a dry land, and slay
Zeph. 2. 13 will make Nineveh, dry like a wilderness
9. To be dry, dried up, pressed, pcy tsamaq.
Hos. 9. 14 give them a miscarrying womb and dry
10. Waterless, without water, tvuSpus anudros.
Matt 12. 43 he walketh through dry places, seeking
Luke 1 1. 24 he walketh through dry places, seeking
1 1 . Dry, withered, {rjp<f j xeros.
Luke23. 3 1 in a green . . what shall be done in the dry ?
DRY, to
To dry up, wither, eg; yabesh, 3.
Prov 17. 22 but a broken spirit drieth the bones
DRY, to be
1. To be dry, rin chareb.
Gen. 8. 13 behold, the face of the ground was dry
Isa. 44 . 27 That saith to the deep, Be dry, and I will
2. To be or become dry, withered, eg; yabesh.
Josh. 9. 5 all the bread of their provision was dry
9. 12 now, behold, it is dry, and it is mouldy
DRY, to become
To be dried up, ashamed, en3 bosh.
Hos. 13. 15 and his spring shall become dry, and his
DUE
DRY, ground
\.A dry place, HTiri char^cih.
Josh. 3. 17 the priests, .stood firm on dry ground in
3. 17 the Israelites passed over on dry ground
2 Ki. 2. 8 so that they two went over on dry ground
2. A dry place, .19*1: yabbashah.
Isa. 44. 3 I will pour, .floods upon the dry ground
3.A thirsty place, picpt tsimmaon.
Psa 107. 33 He turneth . . water-springs into dry gro.
DRY land
I.A dry place, nrnn charabah.
Gen. 7. 22 of all that (was) in the dry (land), died
Exodi4. 21 and made the sea dry (land), and the
Josh. 4. 18 priests feet were lifted up unto the dryl.
Hag. 2. 6 I will shake the heavens, .and the dry(l.)
2.A dry place, n?3: yabbashah.
Josh. 4. 22 Israel came over this Jordan on dryland
Neh. 9. 1 1 went through . . the sea on the dry land
3. A clear, shining place, "n n? tsechichah:
Psa. 68. 6 but the rebellious dwell in a dry (land)
4. A dry place, glowing, burning, n;x tsiyyah.
Jer. 50. 12 nations (shall be) a wilderness, a dry land
5. Dry, withered, ijp6s xeros.
Heb. 1 1. 29 passed through the Red sea as by dry (1.)
DRY, to make
1.7"o dry up, wither, eg; yabesh, 3.
Nah. i. 4 He rebuketh the sea, and maketh it dry
2. To cause to dry up, eg; yabesh, 5.
Jer. 51. 36 dry up her sea, and make her springs dry
DRY place
I.A dry place, glowing, burning, ] vy tsayon.
ISA. 25. 5 as the heat in a dry place ; (even) the
32. 2 as rivers of water in a dry place ; as the
2.A dry place, glowing, burning, rvs tsiyyah.
Psa. 105. 41 they ran in the dry places (like) a river
DRY scall
Scall, scurf, scab, mange, pnj netheq.
Lev. 13. 30 it (is) a dry scall, (even) a leprosy upon
DRY up, to
I. To dry up, Tin charab, 5.
2 Ki.ig. 24 with the sole of my feet have I dried up
Isa. 37. 25 with the sole of my feet have I dried up
50. 2 at my rebuke I dry up the sea, I make
Jer. 51. 36 will dry up her sea, and make her springs
Nah. i. 4 rebuketh the sea . . drieth up all the rivers
2. To be or become dry, withered, eg; yabesh.
i Ki. 13. 4 his hand, which he put forth. . dried up
17. 7 after a while, that the brook dried up
Job 12. 15 withholdeth the waters, and they dry up
14. ii and the flood decayeth and drieth up
3. To dry up, wither, ea; yabesh, 3.
Job 15. 30 the flame shall dry up his branches; and
4.7/o (cause to} dry up, eg; yabesh, 5.
Josh. 2. 10 how the LORD dried up the water of the
4. 23 the LORD your God dried up the waters
4. 23 which he dried up from before us, until
5. i that the LORD had dried up the waters of
Psa. 74. 15 thou driedst up mighty rivers
Isa. 42. 15 I will, .dry up all their herbs
42. 15 make the rivers islands, and I will dry up
44. 27 That saith. .1 will dry up thy rivers
"
Eze. 17. 24 have dried up the green tree, and have
19. 12 and the east wind dried up her fruit
Zech 10. 1 1 all the deeps of the river shall dry up
5. To dry up, ^paivta xeraino.
Mark 5. 29 the fountain of her blood was dried up
ii. 20 saw the fig tree dried up from the roots
Rev. 16. 12 the water thereof was dried up, that the
DRY shod
With shoes, sandals, C ^W ban-nealim.
Isa. ii. 15 and shall, .make (men) go over dry-shod
DUE
i . Thing, matter, 151 dabar.
Neh. ii. 23 a certain portion, .due for every day
2.Statute, portion, limit, pn choq.
Lev. 10. 13 it (is) thy due, and thy sons due, of the
10. 14 (they be) thy due, and thy sons due
^.Judgment, E$ys mishpat.
Deut 1 8. 3 shall be the priest s due from the people
4. What is due, a debt, o<(>fi\ri opheilS.
Rom 13. 7 Render therefore to all their dues
5.0im, proper, fStos idios.
Gal. 6. 9 in due season we shall reap, if we faint
i Ti. 2. 6 ransom for all, to be testified in due time
Titus i. 3 hath in due times manifested his word
6. 7*0 owe, be due, o<pfi\w opheilo.
i Co. 7. 3 render unto the wife [due benevolence]
DUE, to be
7*0 owe, be due, 6<ptl\w opheilo.
Matt 1 8. 34 he should pay all that was due unto him
DUE season
Time, season, ny eth.
Lev. 26. 4 I will give you rain in due season, and
Deut ii. 14 the rain of your land in his due season
DUE
Fsa.104. 27 rnayest give (them) their meat in due se.
145 15 thou givestthemtheir meat indue season
Prov 15. 23 word (spoken) in due season, Eccl. 10. 17-
DUE reward), those to whom it is
1. Worthy, meet things, &ia <uii<~
Lnke3. 41 we receive the due reward of our deeds
Its turners, V?^a [baal].
Prov. 3. 27 Withhold not good from., whom it is due
DUKE
1. Leader, head of a thousand, ^x, *\^y alluph.
Gen. 36 15 These (were) dukes of the sons of Esau
36. 15 duke Teman, duke Omar, duke Zepho, d.
36. 16 Duke Korah, duke Gatam, (and) duke A.
36. 16 these (are) the dukes (that came) of Elip.
36. 17 duke Nahath, duke Zerah, d.Shammah d
36. 17 these (are) the dukes (that came) of Reuel
36. 18 duke Jeush, duke Jaalam, duke Korah
36. 18 (were) the dukes (that came) of Aholiba
36. 19 These (are) the sons, .these (are) their d.
36. 21 these (are) the dukes of the Horites, the
36. 29 (are) the dukes (that came) of the Horites
36. 29 duke Lotan, duke Shobal, duke Zibeon, d.
36. 30 Duke Dishon, duke Ezer, duke Disdan
36. 30 these (are) the dukes (that came) of Hori
36. 30 among their dukes in the land of Seir
36. 40 these (are) the names of the dukes (that
36. 40 duke Timnah, duke Alvah, duke Jetheth
36. 41 Duke Aholibamah, duke Elah, duke Pinon
36. 42 Duke Kenaz, duke Teman. duke Mibzar
36 43 D. Magdiel, duke Irani: these (be) the d.
Exod 15! 15 Then the dukes of Edorn shall be amazed
i Ch. i. 51 dukes, .were ; duke Timnah, d. Aliah, d.
i 52 Duke Aholibamah, duke Elah, duke Pin.
i. 53 Duke Kenaz, duke Teman, duke Mibzar
i. 54 Duke Magdiel, duke Irani, .dukes of Ed
2. Prince, one anointed, ruler, TTPJ nasik.
Josh 13. 21 dukes of Sihou, dwelling in the country
DULCIMER
l.Jiagpipe, symphony, i
i js??3 sumponeyah.
Dan. 3. 5, 15 at what time ye hear the. .dulcimer
Z.ttaijpipe, .T:S B[V.L. JTJB B], snjtjm)ie>/ah.
Dan 3. 10 that every man that shall hear the. .dulc.
DULL
Slothful, KaOpos nothros.
Heb. 5 ii hard to be uttered, seeing ye are dull of
DU -HAH. nyn silence.
1. Son of Ishmael son of Abraham by Hagar. B.C. 1840.
Gen. 25. 14 And Mishnia, and D , and Massa
i Ch. i. 30 Mishma, and D., Massa, Hadad, and T.
2. A city of the tribe of Judah.
Josh 15. 52 Arab, and D., and Eshean
3 A city whose site is doubtful.
Isa. 21. ii The burden of D. He calleth to me out of
DUMB
\.Dtunh, bound, tied, oVx illem.
Exod 4. ii man s mouth? or who maketh the dumb
Prov 31 8 Open thy mouth for the dumb in the ca.
Isa. 35. 6 Then shall, .the tongue of the dumb sing
56. 10 they (are) all dumb dogs, they cannot bark
Hab. 2. 1 8 the maker, .trusteth therein, to make ( .
Z.Silent, still, D?n dumam.
Ilab. 2. 19 to the dumb stone, Arise, it shall teach !
3.S>>eechless, &\a\os alalos.
Mark 7. 37 he maketh . .the deaf to hear, and the rt.
9. 17 brought, .my son, which hath a dumb
9. 25 dumb and deaf spirit, I charge thee, come
4. Voiceless, &<ptavos aphonos.
Acts 8. 32 like a lamb dumb before his shearer, so
1 Co 12. 2 carried away unto these dumb idols, even
2 Pe. 2. 16 the dumb ass speaking with man s voice
5. KI unfed, dumb, Kw<p6s kOphos.
Matt 9. 32 behold, they brought to him a dumb man
9. 33 when the devil was cast out, the dumb s.
12. 22 Then was brought unto him one. .dumb
ii. 22 insomuch that the blind aud dumb both
15. 30 having with them, .dumb, maimed, and
15. 31 when they saw the dumb to speak, the
Luke ii. 14 he was casting out a devil, and it was d.
ii. 14 when the devil was gone out, the dumb
6. To be silent, ffionraa sii ixin.
Luke i. 20 thou shalt be dumb, and not able to speak
DUMB, to be or become
To be dumb, bound, tied, D^x alam, 2.
Psa. 39. 2 I waa dumb with silence, I held my peace
39. 9 I was dumb, I opened not my month
Isa. 53. 7 as a sheep before her shearers is dumb
Eze. 3. 26 that thou shalt be dumb, and shalt in>t
24. 27 thou shalt speak, and be uo more dumb
33. 22 mouth was opened, and I was no mored.
Dan. 10. 15 face toward the ground, and I became d.
DUBTE man
Dumb, bound, tied, oSx illem.
Psa. 38. 13 as a dumb man (that) openeth not his m.
DUNG
I.Dung, dirt, nMish, nsytf, rhsptt ashpoth.
>"eh. 2. 13 before the dragon well, and to the dung
3. 13 the wall unto the dung gate; 3. 14, 12. 31.
2. Dung, ty* gelel.
Job 20. 7 he shall perish for ever like his own duug
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Eze. 4. 12 thou shall bake it with dung that cometh
4. 15 I have given thee cow s, .for man s dung
Zeph. i. 17 out as dust, and their flesh as the dung
3. Dung, dunghill, S^j yalal.
1 Ki. 14. 10 as a man taketh away dung, till it be all
\.l>nng, dung heap, dunghill, jpi domen.
2 Ki. 9. 37 And the carcase of Jezebel shall be asdu.
Psa. 83. TO they became (as) dung for the earth
Jer. 3. 2 they shall be for dung upon the face of
9. 22 the carcases of meu shall fall as dung up.
16. 4 they shall be as dung upon the face of
25. 33 they shall be dung upon the ground
5. Dung, offscanrings, Q1EJ charim.
2 Ki. 6. 25 the fourth part of a cab of dove s dung
6. Dung, excrement, v~}3 peresh.
Exod29. 14 the flesh of the bullock, .and his dung
Lev. 4. ii the skin of the bullock, .and his duni;
8. 17 the bullock, and his hide, .and his dung
16. 27 they shall burn in the tire their, .dung
Numig. 5 her blood, with her dung, shall he burn
Mai. 2. 3 I will . . spread dung . . the dung of your
7. 0<c<Mr[v.L.
2"ini7<(m?n,o K 3r]c/ir ///<]
nxisfow/A
2 Ki. 18. 27 they limy eat their own dung, and drink
Isa. 36. 12 they may eat their own clUng, and drink
S.Dung, what is blovm out, SJ sy tsaphua.
Eze. 4. 15 I have given thee cow s dung for man s
9. Dung, what is blown out, JT5V tsaphia.
Eze. 4. 15 I have given thee cow s dung for man s
10. Dregs, refuse, (TKV$O.\OV skubalon.
Phil. 3. 8 and do count them, .dung, that I may
DUNG, to
To cuLst dung, Qd\\w Koirptav balls koprian.
Lukei 3 . S till I shall dig about it, and [dung! (it)
DUNGEON
I. Pit, dungeon, nia bor.
Gen. 40. 15 that they should put me into the dungeon
41.14 they brought him hastily out of the dung.
Jer. 38. 6 cast him into the dungeon of Malchiali
38. 6 And in the dungeon, .no water, but mire
38. 7 they had put Jeremiah in the dungeon
38. 9 whom they have cast into the dungeon
38. 10 take up Jeremiah, .out of the dungeon
38. ii let them down by cords into the dungeon
38. 13 and took him up out of the dungeon: ami
Lam. 3. 53 They have cut off my life in the dungeon
3. 55 I called.. LORD, out of the low dungeon
1. House, of the pit, lian n 3 beth hab-bor.
Kxod 12. 29 of the captive that (was) in the dungeon
Jer. 37. 16 Jeremiah was entered into the dungeon
DUNGHILL
I. Dung, dirt, nayx, n^yx oshpoth, ashpoth.
i Sa. 2. 8 lifteth up the beggar from the dunghill
Psa.iis. 7 (and) lifteth the needy out of the dungh
Lam. 4. 5 that were brought up. .embrace duugh.
1. Dunghill, dung heap, ."np-ro madmenah.
Isa. 25. 10 as straw is trodden down lof the dunghill
3. Dunghill or heap, ^i) nevalu.
Ezra 6. 1 1 let his house be made a dunghill for this
4. Dunghill, heap, bu nerali.
Dan. 2. 5 and your houses sliall be made a duugh.
3. 29 and their houses shall be made a dungh.
5. Dunghill, Kowpia kopria.
Luke 14. 35 fit for the land, nor yet for the dunghill
DUNG GATE or PORT, naif xrT -\-jy
>
shaar ashpoth.
A gate at the S.W. of Jerusalem.
Keh. z 13 before the dragon well, and to the dung p.
3. 14 the dung gate repaired Malchiah the son
12. 31 right hand upon the wall toward the d. g.
DU -RA, xyi circle.
A plain in the province of Babylon where Nebuchad
nezzar set up a golden image.
Dan. 3. i he set it up in the plain of D., in the pro.
DURABLE, dureth
1. Lasting, p liy athiq.
Isa. 23. iS eat sufficiently, and for durable clothing
1. Lotting, p.i; atlieq.
Pr>v. g. :<? (yirx). durable riches aud righteousness
3. ft t.f, Iffri esti, Matt. 13. 21.
DURST
To fear, be afraid, Ki; yare.
Job 32. 6 and durst not show you mine opinion
DUST
1. Dlist (pounded small), pax abaq.
Isa. 5. 24 their blossom shall go up asdust : because
29. 5 the multitude, .shall be like small dust
Eze. 26. 10 By reason, .their dust shall cover thee
Nah. i. 3 and the clouds (are) the dust of his feet
Z.Ashes, clay, dust, i?^ aphar.
.Gen. 2. 7 the LORD God formed man (of) the dust
3. 14 dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy
3. 19 for dust thou (art), aud unto dust shalt
13. 16 I will make thy seed as the dust of the
13. 16 o that if a man can number the dust of
18. 27 taken upon me. .which(am but)dust and
28. 14 thy seed shall be as the dust of the earth
DUTY
16 Stretch out thy rod, and smite the dust
1 7 smote the dust of the earth, and it became
17 all the dust of the land became lice
41 they shall pour out the dust that they
13 pour out the blood, .and cover it with d.
17 and of the dust that is in the floor of the
10 Who can count the dust of Jacob, and
21 was as small as dust: and I cast the d
24 the rain of thy land powder and dust
24 with the poison of serpents of the dust
6 and the elders, .put dust upon their head*
8 He raiseth up the poor out of the dust
13 and threw stones at him, and cast dust
43 Then did I beat them as small as the du
2 as I exalted thee out of the dust, and
38 flre. .fell, and consumed .. the dust, and
10 if the dust of Samaria shall suffice for
7 had made them like the dust by threshing
12 cast the dust of them unto the brook
<) king over a people like the dust of the
12 they, .sprinkled dust upon their heads
19 whose foundation (is) in the dust, (which)
6 affliction cometh not forth of the dust
5 is clothed with worms and clods of dust
21 for now shall I sleep in the dust ; and
9 and wilt thou bring me into dust again?
19 things which grow (out) of the dust of
15 I have, .defiled my horn in the dust
16 when (our) rest together (is) in the dust
11 His bones, .shall lie down, .in the dust
26 They shall lie down alike in the dust
24 Then shalt thou lay up gold as dust
16 Though he heap up silver as the dust
6 The stones of it .. hath dust of gold
19 and I am become like dust and ashei
15 and man shall turn again unto dust
38 When the dust groweth into hardness
14 her eggs, .and warmeth them in dujt
13 Hide them in the dust together; (aud)
6 I abhor (myself), and repent in dust and
5 Let the enemy, .lay mine honour in the d.
42 Then did I beat them small as the dust
15 thou hast brought me into the dust of
29 all they that go down to the dust shall
9 Shall the dust praise thee ? shall it declare
25 For our soul is bowed down to the dust
9 and his enemies shall lick the dust
27 He rained flesh also upon them as duat
14 For thy servants . .favour the dust thereof
14 For he. .remembereth that we (are) dust
29 they die, and return to their dust
7 He raiseth up the poor out of the dust
25 My soul cleaveth unto the dust : quicken
26 nor the highest part of the dust of the
20 all are of the dust, and all turn to dust
7 shall the dust return to the earth as it
10 hide thee in the dust, for fear of the LORD
12 (and) bring to the ground, (even) to the d.
5 ground ; he bringeth it (even) to the du.
19 Awake and sing, ye that dwell in dust
4 thy speeeh shall be low out of the dust
4 thy speech shall whisper out of the duat
7 and *heir dust made fat with fatness
9 the dust thereof into brimstone, and the
12 comprehended the dust of the earth in
2 he gave (them) as the dust to his sword
1 Come down, and sit in the dust, O virgin
23 they shall, .lick up the dust of thy feet
2 Shake thyself from the dust ; arise, (and)
25 and dust (shall be) the serpent s meat
10 they have cast up dust upon their heads
29 He putteth his mouth in the dust; if so
7 she poured it not. .to cover it with dust
4 I will also scrape her dust from her. and
12 they shall lay . .thy dust in the midst of
30 and shall cast up dust upon their heads
2 many of them that sleep in the dust of
7 That pant after the dust of the earth on
10 in the house of Aphrah roll, .in the dust
17 They shall lick the dust likea serpent
10 for they shall heap dust, and take it
17 their blood shall be poured out as dust
3 Tyrus. .heaped up silver us the dust 1
3. Dust, KovioprSs koniorios.
Matt ID. 14 when ye depart, .shake off the dust of
Luke 9. 5 shake off the very dust from your feet
10. 1 1 Even the very dust of your city, which
Acts 13. 51 they shook off the dust of their feet
22. 23 And as they cried out. .and threw dust
4. Clay, earth, x^os choos.
Mark 6. 1 1 shake off the dust under your feet for a
Rev. iS. 19 they cast dust on their heads, aud cried
DUST, to make
To beat small, thin, pp? daqaq, 5.
2 Ch.34. 4 he brake in pieces, and made dust (of
DUST, wnall
I. Dust (pounded small), pax abaq.
Exod. 9. 9 it shall become small dust in all the land
Z.Sinall, thin, or fine dust, pny shachaq.
Isa. 40. 15 are counted as the small dust of the bal.
DUTY
Matter, na? dabar.
2 Ch. 8. 14 to praise, .as the duty of every day requ.
Kzra ). 4 according, .as the duty of every day req.
Exod 8.
8.
8.
Lev. 14.
17.
Num. 5.
23.
Deut. 9.
28.
32.
Josh. 7.
1 Sa. 2.
2 Sa. 16.
22.
1 Ki. 16.
18.
20.
2 Ki. 13.
23.
2 Ch. i.
Job a.
4.
5.
7.
7.
10.
14.
16.
17.
20.
21.
22.
27.
28.
30.
34.
38.
39.
40.
42.
Psa. 7.
18.
22.
22.
30.
44.
72.
78.
102.
103
104.
113.
119.
Prov. 8.
Eccl. 3.
12.
Isa. 2.
25.
26.
26.
29.
29.
34.
34.
40.
41.
47.
49.
C2.
65.
Lam. 2.
3.
Eze. 24.
26.
26.
27.
Dan. 12.
Amos 2.
Mic. i.
7.
Hab. i.
/eph. i.
Zech. 9.
DUTY 277 DWELL
DTJTY, to be one s
To owe, be due, o<pd\u t>j>fieilS.
Lukci7. 10 we have done that which was our duty
Kom 15. 27 their duty is also to minister unto the/in
DUTY of marriage
Habitation, nyy onah.
Exud2i. 10 her duty of marriage, shall he not dimin.
DWARF
Lmn, thin, small, (Ti daq.
Lev. 21. 20 Or crook backt, or a dwarf, or that hath
DWELL, to
\.To sojourn, inhabit, draw together, i?J
<jur.
Lev. 19. 34 the stranger that dwelleth with you shall
Job 19. 15 They that dwell in mine houce, and my
Psa. 5. 4 For. .neither shall evil dwell with thee
Isa. ii. 6 The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb
16. 4 Let mine outcasts dwell with thee, Moab
33. 14 who among us shall dwell with the dev.
33. 14 who among us shall dwell with everlast.
Jer. 43. 5 returned, .to dwell in the land of Judah
44. 8 whither ye be gone to dwell, that ye
49. 18 neither shall a son of man dwell in it
49. 33 nor (any) son of man dwell in it
50. 40 neither shall any son of man dwell there.
2. To dwell, -!Vi dnr.
Psa. 84. 10 than to dwell in the tents of wickedness
3. To dwell, in dur.
Dan. 2. 38 And wheresoever the children of men d.
4. i unto all people, . .that dwell in all the
4. 12 the fowls of the heaven dwelt in the
4. 21 under which the beasts of the field dwelt
6. 25 all people, .that dwell in all the earth
4. To camp, nn chanah.
Isa. 29. i to Ariel, the city (where) David dwelt !
6. To sit down or still, 3tf
;
; yashab.
Gen. 4. 16 Cain went out. .and dwelt in the land of
4. 20 the father of such as dwell in tents
ii. 2 they found a plain, .and they dwelt there
11. 31 they came unto Harau, and dwelt there
13. 6 that they might dwell together
13. 6 so that they could not dwell together
13. 7 the Canaanite and the Perezzite dwelt
13. 12 Abram dwelt in the land of Canaan
13. 12 Lot dwelt in the cities of the plain
13. 1 8 came and dwelt in the plain of Mamre
14. 7 also the Amorites, that dwelt in Harezon.
14. 12 And they took Lot. .who dwelt in Sodom
16. 3 after Abram had dwelt ten years in the
19. 29 overthrew the cities in the which Lot d.
19. 30 Lot went up out of Zoar, and dwelt in the
19. 30 feared to dwell in Zoar: and he dwelt
20. i and dwelled between Kadesh and Shur
20. 15 Abimelech said, .dwell where it pleaseth
21. 20 and he grew, and dwelt in the wilderness
21. 21 And he dwelt in the wilderness of Paran
22. 19 and Abraham dwelt at Beer-sheba
23. 10 Ephron dwelt among the children of H.
24. 3 of the Canaanites, among whom I dwell
24. 37 of the Canaanites, in whose land I dwell
24. 62 And Isaac, .dwelt in the south country
25. 1 1 and Isaac dwelt by the well Lahai-roi
26. 6 And Isaac dwelt in Gerar
26. 17 in the valley of Gerar, and dwelt there
34 10 ye shall dwell with us . . dwell and trade
34. 16 we will dwell with you, and we will
34. 21 let them dwell in the land, and trade
34. 22 men consent unto us for to dwell with us
34. 23 consent unto them, and they will dwell
35. i Arise, go up to Beth-el, and dwell there
36. 7 more than that they might dwell togeth.
36. 8 Thus dwelt Esau in mount Seir : Esau
37. i Jacob dwelt in the land wherein his
38. 1 1 Tamar went and dwelt in her father s
45. 10 thou shalt dwell in the land of Goshen
46. 34 that ye may dwell in the land of Goshen
47. 4 thy servants dwell in the land of Goshen
47. 6 niake thy father and brethren to dwell
47. 6 in the land of Goshen let them dwell
47. 27 Israel dwelt in the land of Egypt, in the
50. 22 dwelt in Egypt, he and his father s house
Exod. 2. 15 Moses fled, .and dwelt in the land of M.
2. 21 Moses was content to dwell with the
12. 40 the children of Israel, who dwelt in Eg.
13. 17 thou hast made for thee to dwell in
23. 33 They shall not dwell in thy land, lest
lev. 13. 46 he (is) unclean : he shall dwell alone
18. 3 the land of Egypt, wherein ye dwelt
20. 22 land, whither I bring you to dwell
23. 42 Y e shall dwell in booths seven days
23. 42 Israelites born shall dwell in booths
25. 18 and ye shall dwell in the land in safety
25 IQ eat your fill, and dwell therein in safety
26. 5 and ye shall, .dwell in your land safely
26. 32 your enemies which dwell therein shall
26. 35 it did not rest, .when ye dwelt upon it
113. 18 and the people that dwelleth therein
13. 19 And what the land (is) that they dwell
13. 19 what cities (they be) that they dwell in
13. 28 people (be) strong that dwell in the land
13. 29 Amalekites dwell in the land of the
13. 29 and the Amorites, dwell in the mountains
13. 29 the Canaanites dwell by the sea, and by
14. 25 and the Canaanites dwelt in the valley
14. 45 the Canaanites which dwelt in that hill
20. 15 and we have dwelt in Egypt a long time
si. i the Canaanite, which dwelt in the south
A um 21. 25 dwelt in all the cities of the Amorites
21. 31 Israel dwelt in the land of the Amorites
21. 34 king of the Amorites, which dwelt at H.
32. 17 our little ones shall dwell in the fenced
3-.-. 40 gave Gilead unto Machir. .he dwelt
33. 40 Arad the Canaanite, which dwelt in the
33. 53 dispossess, .the land, and dwell therein
33- 55 v
?
x you in the land wherein ye dwell
35. 2 give unto the Levites. .cities to dwell in
35. 3 the cities shall they have to dwell in
35. 32 should come again to dwell in the land
Deut. i. 4 king of the Amorites, which dwelt in
i. 4 the king of Bashan, which dwelt at Ast.
i . 6 Ye have dwelt long enough in this mount
1. 44 the Amorites, which dwelt in that moun.
2. 4 the children of Esau, which dwell in Se.
1. S, 22 children of Esau, which dwelt in Seir
:. 10 The Emims dwelt therein in times past
2. 12 The Ilorims also dwelt in Seir beforetime
2. 12 succeeded them, .and dwelt in their
2. 20 giants dwelt therein in old time
2. 21, 22 succeeded them, and dwelt in their
2. 23 the Avims which dwelt in Hazerim
2. 23 destroyed them, and dwelt in their stead
r. 29 dwell in Seir, and the Moabites which d.
3. 2 king of the Amorites, which dwelt at H.
4. 46 king of the Amorites, who dwelt at Hes.
8. 12 built goodly houses, and dwelt (therein)
11. 30 which dwell in the champaign over
11.31 and ye shall possess it, and dwell therein
12. 10 dwell in the land which the LORD your
12. 10 giveth you rest, .that ye dwell in safety
12. 29 succeedest them, and dwellest in their
13. 12 thy God hath given thee to dwell there
17. 14 shalt possess it, and shalt dwell therein
19. i dwellest in their cities, and in their
23. 16 He shall dwell with thee, (even) among
25. 5 If brethren dwell together, and one of
26. i and possesses! it, and dwellest therein
28. 30 and thou shalt not dwell therein
29. 16 how we have dwelt in the land of Egypt
30. TO that thou mayest dwell in the land
Josh. 2. 15 and she dwelt upon the wall
6. 25 she dwelleth in Israel (even) unto this
7. 7 been content and dwelt on the other side
9. 7 Peradventure ye dwell among us ; and
9. 16 they heard, .(that) they dwelt among
0. 22 very far from you ; when ye dwell among
u>. 6 kings of the Amorites that dwell in the
12. 2 king of the Amorites, who dwelt in Hes.
12. 4 that dwell at Ashtaroth and at Edrei
13. 13 Maachathites dwell among the Israelites
13. 21 dukes of Sihon, dwelling in the country
14. 4 save cities to dwell (in), with their subu.
15. 63 the Jebusites dwell with the children
16. 10 the Canaanites that dwelt in Gezer
16. 10 Canaanites dwell among the Ephraimites
17. 12 the Canaanites would dwell in that land
17. 1 6 the Canaanites that dwell in the land of
19. 47 possessed it, and dwelt therein, and
19. 50 and he built the city, and dwelt therein
20. 4 give him a place, that he may dwell
20. 6 he shall dwell in that city, until he stand
21. 2 to give us cities to dwell in, with the
21. 43 and they possessed it, and dwelt therein
22. 33 the land wherein the children of . .Gad d.
24. 2 Your fathers dwelt on the other side of
24. 7 and ye dwelt in the wilderness a long
24. 8 which dwelt on the other side Jordan
24. 13 cities which ye built not, and ye dwell
24. 15 of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell
24. 18 the Amorites which dwelt in the land
Judg. i. c to fight against the Canaanites, that dwelt
1. 10 against the Canaanites that dwelt in Heb.
1. 16 and they went and dwelt among the peo.
i. 21 the Jebusites dwell with the children of
1.27 the Canaanites would dwell in that land
i. 29 the Canaanites dwelt in Gezer among
i. 30 the Canaanites dwelt among them, and
i. 32 the Asherites dwelt among the Canaanites
i. 33 but he dwelt among the Canaanites
1. 35 the Amorites would dwell inmountHeres
3. 3 the Hivites that dwelt in mount Lebanon
3. 5 the children of Israel dwelt among the C.
4. 2 which dwelt in Harosheth of the Gentiles
4. 5 she dwelt under the palm tree of Deborah i
6. 10 gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye d.
8 29 the son of Joash . . dwelt in his own house
9. 21 Jotham. .went to Beer, and dwelt there
g. 41 And Abirnelech dwelt at Arumah
9. 41 that they should not dwell in Shechem
10. i he dwelt in Shamir in mount Ephraim
11. 3 Then Jephthah fled, .and dwelt in the
11. 26 While Israel dwelt in Heshbon and her
15. S he went down and dwelt in the top of the
17. 10 Dwell with me, and be unto me a father
17. ii the Levite was content to dwell with the
18. i Danites sought them an inheritance to d.
18. 7 the five men. .saw. .how they dwelt care.
18. 28 And they built a city, and dwelt therein
21. 23 they, .repaired the cities, .and dwelt in
Ruth i. 4 they dwelt there about ten years
2. 23 So she . . dwelt with her mother-in-law
i Sa. 4. 4 of the LORD of hosts, which dwelleth
12. ii enemies on every side, and ye dwelled
IQ. 18 And he and Samuel went and dwelt in
22. 4 and they dwelt with him all the while
23. 29 And David, .dwelt in strong holds at En.
27. 3 And David dwelt with Achish at Gath
27. 5 some town in the country, that I may dw.
27. 5 why should thy servant dwell in the royal
27. 7 the time that David dwelt in the country
i Ka. 27. ii all the while he dwelleth in the country
31. 7 the Philistines came and dwelt in tlic-rn
t Sa. 2. 3 and they dwelt in the c Hies of Hebron
5. 9 David dwelt in the fort, and called it, The
6. 2 name of The LoKDJof hosts, that dwelleth
7. 2 See now, I.dwell in an house of cedar, but
7. 2 the ark of God dwelleth within curtains
7. 5 Shalt thou build me an house, .to dwell
7. 6 I have not dwelt in (an>) house since the
9. 13 So Mephiboeheth dwelt in Jerusalem ; for
M 28 So Absalom dwelt two full years in Jeru.
1 Ki. 2. 36 Euild thee an house, .and dwell there
2. 38 And Shimei dwelt in Jerusalem many da.
3. 17 I and this woman dwell in one house
4. 25 And Judah and Israel dwelt safely, every
7. 8 And his house where he dwelt (had) ano.
8. 27 hut will God indeed dwell on the earth !
9. 1 6 Pharaoh . . had . . slain the C. that dwelt
11. 24 they went to Damascus, and dwelt therein
!2. 2 fled . . and Jeroboam dwelt in Egypt
12. 17 the children of Israel which dwelt in the
12. 25 Jeroboam built Shechem. .and dwelt
13. ii Now there dwelt an old prophet in Beth.
13. 25 in the city where the old prophet dwelt
15. 18 the son of Hezion. .that dwelt at Duniag.
15. 21 he left off building, .and dwelt in Tirzah
17. 5 he went and dwelt by the brook Cherith
17. 9 get thee to Zarephath .and dwell there
2 Ki. 4. 13 she answered, I dwell among mine own
6. i the place where we dwell with thee is too
6. 2 make us a place there, where we may dw.
13. 5 the children of Israel dwelt in their tent
15. 5 so that he was a leper, .and dwelt in a
16. 6 the Syrians, .dwelt there unto this day
17. 24 they possessed Samaria, and dwelt in the
17. 27 let them go and dwell there, and let him
17. 28 one of the priests, .came and dwelt in b.
17. 29 every nation in. .cities, .wherein they d.
19. 15 O LORD God of Israel, which dwellest
19. 36 So Sennacherib king of Assyria, .dwelt at
22. 14 she dwelt in Jerusalem in the college
25. 24 dwell in the land, and serve the king of B.
i Ch. 2. 55 the families of the scribes which dwelt at
4. 23 those that dwelt among plants and hedges
4. 23 there they dwelt with the king for his
4. 28 And they dwelt at Beer-sheba, and Mol.
4. 40 for (they) of Ham had dwelt there of old
4. 41 these written by name, .dwelt in their
4. 43 they smote the rest, .and dwelt there u:ito
5. 8 the son of Joel, who dwelt in Aroer
5. 10 they d\i elt in their tents throughout all
5. ii And the children of Gad dwelt over aga.
5*16 And they dwelt in Gilead in Bashan
5. 22 And they dwelt in their steads until the
5. 23 the children of the half tribe, .dwelt in
7. 29 In these dwelt the children of Joseph the
8. 28 These (were) heads. .These dwelt in Jem.
8. 29 And at Gibeon dwelt the father of Gibeon
8. 32 And these also dwelt with their brethren
9. 3 in Jerusalem dwelt of the children of Ju.
9. 16 the son of Elkanah, that dwelt in the vU.
9. 34 These chief fathers of the Levites. .dwelt
0. 35 And in Gibeon dwelt the father of Gibeon
9. 38 they also dwelt with their brethren at J.
7 the Philistines came and dwelt in them
1. 7 David dwelt in the castle.; therefore they
6 the ark of God the LORD, that dwelleth
i I dwell in an house of cedars, but the ark
4 Thou shalt not build me an house to dw.
5 I have not dwelt in an house since the day
a Ch. 2. 3 to build him an house to dwell therein
6. 18 will God in very deed dwell with men
8. n My wife shall not dwell in the house of
10. 17 the children of Israel that dwell in the
11. 5 Rehoboam dwelt in Jerusalem, and
16. 2 to Benhadad king of Syria, that dwelt at
19. 4 Jehoshaphat dwelt at Jerusalem; and he
IQ. 10 of your brethren that dwell in their cities
20. 8 they dwelt therein, and have built thee
16. 7 against the Arabians that dwelt in Gur
26. 21 the king was a leper, .and dwelt in a
28. 18 had invaded the cities, .and they dwelt
30. 25 the strangers . . that dwelt in Judah
31. 4 he commanded the people that dwelt in
31. 6 the children of Israel, .that dwelt in the
34. 22 she dwelt in Jerusalem in the college
Ezra 2. 70 and the Xethinims, dwelt in their cities
Neh. 3. 26 Moreover the Xethinims dwelt in Ojihel
4. 12 when the Jews which dwelt by them came
7. 73 the Xethinims, and all Israel, dwelt in
8. 14 the children of Israel should dwell in
ii. i And the rulers of the people dwelt at J.
ii. i to bring one of ten to dw ell in Jerusalem
ii. 2 willingly offered themselves to dwell at
ii. 3 the chief of the province that dwelt in J.
. 3 in the cities of Judah dwelt every one in
4 at Jerusalem dwelt (certain) of the child.
. 6 All the sons of Perez that dwelt at Jeru.
21 But the Xethinims dwelt in Ophel
25 the children of Judah dwelt at Kirjath.
13. 16 There dwelt men of Tyre also therein
Esth. 9. 19 the Jews, .that dwelt in the unwalled
Job 22. 8 and the honourable man dwelt in it
Psa. 9. ii Sing praises to the LORD, which dwelleth
23. 6 I will dwell in the house of the LORD for
24. i the world, and they that dwell therein
27. 4 that I may dwell in the house of the L.
65. 8 They also that dwell in the uttermost
68. 10 Thy congregation hath dwelt therein
f S. 1 6 the hill (which) God desireth to dwell in
60. 25 (and) let none dwell in their tents
69. 35 that they may dwell there, and have it
DWELL
Psa 80 i thou that dwellest (between) the cherub.
84 4 Blessed (are) they that dwell iu thy house
01. i He that dwelleth in the secret place of
08 v the world, and they that dwell therein
101. 6 the faithful . . that they may dwell with
101 7 He that worketh deceit shall not dwell
107 34 or t x- wickedness of them that dwell
113. 5 the LORD our God, who dwelleth on high
123 i O thou that dwellest iu the heavens
132. 14 here will I dwell; for I have desired it
133 i how pleasant (it is) for brethren to dwell
140. 13 the upright shall dwell in thy presence
Prov. 3. 29 seeing he dwelleth securely by thee
21. 9 (It is) better to dwell in a comer of the
21. 19 (It is) better to dwell in the wilderness
25. 24 (It is) better to dwell in the corner of the
Song 8. 13 Thou that dwellest in the gardens, the
Isa 6. 5 I dwell in the midst of a people of
9. 2 they that dwell in the land of the shadow
10. 24 O my people that dwellest in Zion, be
23. 18 merchandise shall be for them that dwell
24. 6 they that dwell therein are desolate
26. 5 he briugeth down them that dwell on
30. 19 the people shall dwell in Zion at Jerusa.
32. 18 And my people shall dwell in a peaceable
33. 24 the people that dwell therein (shall be)
37. 16 O LORD of hosts . .that dwellest (between)
37. 37 So Sennacherib king of Assyria, .dwelt at
40. 22 spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in
47. 8 Therefore hear now this, .that dwellest
49. 20 give place to me that I may dwell
51. 6 they that dwell t..erein shall die in like
58. 12 The restorer of paths to dwell in
Jer. -2. 6 through a land . . where no man dwelt ?
4. 29 every city . . forsaken, and not a man dwell
8. 16 the city, and those that dwell therein
9. 26 and all . . that dwell in the wilderness
12. 4 for the wickedness of them that dwell
20. 6 all that dwell in thine house, shall go
23. 8 and they shall dwell in their own land
24. 8 and them that dwell in the land of Egypt i
25. 5 dwell in the land that the LORD hath
27. 1 1 and they shall till it, and dwell therein
29. 5, 28 Build ye houses, and dwell (in them)
29. 16 of all the people that dwelleth in this city
29. 32 he shall not have a man to dwell among
31. 24 there shall dwell in Judah itself, and in
35. 7 but all your days ye shall dwell in tents
35. 9 we have dwelt in tents, and have obeyed
35. 10 Nor to build houses for us to dwell in
35. ii for fear of the army, .so we dwell at Jor.
35 15 > e shall dwell in the land which I have
39. 14 Even they sent, .so he dwelt among the
40. 5 dwell with him among the people, or go
40. 6 dwelt with him among the people that
40. 9 dwell in the laud, and serve the king of
40. 10 As for me, behold, I will dwell at Mizpah
40. 10 dwell in your cities that ye have taken
41. 17 and dwelt in the habitation of Chimham
42. 13 But if ye say, We will not dwell in this
42. 14 but we will go. .and there will we dwell
43. 4 obeyed not the voice, .to dwell in the 1.
44. i all the Jews which dwell in the land of
44. i which dwell at Migdol, and
44. 2 desolation, and no man dwelleth therein
44 13 I will punish them that dwell in the land
44. 14 they have a desire to return to dwell
44. 15 even all the people that dwelt in the land
44. 26 all Judah that dwell in the land of Egypt
7 . 2 the city, and them that dwell therein
48. 9 shall be desolate, without any to dwell
48. 28 O ye that dwell in Moab, leave the cities
49. i why (then) doth . .his people dwell in his
49. 8 turn back, dwell deep, O inhabitants of
49. 30 dwell deep, O ye inhabitants of Hazor
49. 31 the wealthy nation, that dwelleth without
50. 3 none shall dwell therein : they shall
50. 39 the wild beasts of the islands shall dwell
50. 39 the owls shall dwell therein : and it shall
51. i against them that dwell in the midst of
51. 43 a land wherein no man dwelleth, neither
Lam. i. 3 she dwelleth among the heathen, she
4. 21 O daughter of Edom, that dwellest in the
Eze. 2. 6 and thou dost dwell among scorpions : be
3. 15 that dwelt by the river of Chebar. and
7. 7 O thou that dwellest in the land : the
12. 2 thou dwellest in the midst of a rebellious
12. 19 violence of all them that dwell therein
16. 46 she and her daughters that dwell at thy
16. 46 thy younger sister, that dwelleth at thy
28. 25 then shall they dwell in their land that
28. 26 they shall dwell safely therein, and shall
28. 26 yea, they shall dwell with confidence
31. 6 under his shadow dwelt all great nations
31. 17 dwelt under his shadow in the midst of
32. 15 when I shall smite all them that dwell
34. 25 they shall dwell safely in the wilderness
34. 28 they shall dwell safely, and none shall
36. 17 when the house of Israel dwelt in their
36. 28 ye shall dwell in the land that I gave to
37. 25 they shall dwell in the land that I have
37. 25 fathers have dwelt : and they shall dwell
38. 8 and they shall dwell safely all of them
38. ii that dwell safely, all of them dwelling
38. 12 that dwelt in the midst of the land
38. 14 when my people of Israel dwelleth safely
39. 6 among them that dwell carelessly in the
39. 9 they that dwell in the cities of Israel
39. 26 when they dwelt safely in their land, and
Hos. 4. 3 every one that dwelleth therein shall
9. 3 They shall not dwell in the LORD S land
14. 7 They that dwell under his shadow shall
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Joel 3. 20 Judah shall dwell for ever, and Jerusalem
Amos 3. 12 that dwell in Samaria in the corner of
5. 1 1 ye have built houses . . ye shall not dwell
8. 8 and every one mourn that dwelleth
9. 5 and all that dwell therein shall mourn
Mic. 7. 13 because of them that dwell therein, for
>"ah. i. 5 yea, the world, and all that dwell therein
Hali. 2. 8, 17 of the city, and of all that dwell ther.
Zeph. i. 1 8 a speedy riddance of all them that dwell
2. 15 This (is) the rejoicing city that dwelt
Hag. i. 4 (Is it) time.. to dwell in yourcieled hou.
Zuch. 2. 7 that dwellest (with) the daughter of B.
8. 4 old women dwell in the streets of Jerus.
9. 6 And a bastard shall dwell in Ashdod, and
14. 1 1 (men) shall dwell in it, and there shall be
6. To sit down or still, 2rr yethib.
Ezra 4. 17 and (to) the rest, .that dwell in Samaria
7. To lodge, pass the night, J*7, p
1
? Inn, lin.
Psa. 25. 13 His soul shall dwell at ease ; and his seed
8.7*0 stand up or still, iaj; amad.
Exod. 8. 22 land of Goshen, in which my people dw.
9. To tabernacle, ]~V shaken.
Gen. 9. 27 he shall dwell in the tents of Shern ; and
14. 13 for he dwelt in the plain of Mamre the
16. 12 he shall dwell in the presence of all his
25. 18 And they dwelt from Havilah unto Shur
26. 2 dwell in the land which I shall tell thee
35. 22 it came to pass, when Israel dwelt in that
49. 13 Zebulun shall dwell at the haven of the
25. 8 make me a sanctuary; thatljnaydwellani.
29. 45 I will dwell among the children of Israel
29. 46 that I may dwell among them
Sum. 5. 3 their camps, in the midst whereof I dwell
23. 9 the people shall dwell alone, and shall
35. 34 land, .ye shall inhabit, wherein I dwell
35. 34 I the LORD dwell among the children
Deut33. 12 The beloved of the LORD shall dwell in
33. 12 and he shall dwell between his shoulders
33 16 goodwill of him that dwelt in the bush
33. 20 he dwelleth as a lion, and teareth the arm
33. 28 Israel then shall dwell in safety alone
Josh 22. 19 wherein the LORD S tabernacle dwelleth
2 Sa. 7. 10 they may dwell in a place of their own
i Ki. 6. 13 I will dwell among the children of Israel
8. 12 The LORD said that he would dwell in
1 Ch.i7. 9 they shall dwell in their place, and shall
23. 25 that they may dwell in Jerusalem for
2 Ch. 6. i that he would dwell in the thick darkness
Job 3. 5 let a cloud dwell upon it ; let the black
4. 19 much less (in) them that dwell in houses
15. 28 he dwelleth in desolate cities, (and) in
18. 15 It shall dwell in his tabernacle, because
29. 25 sat chief, and dwelt as a king in the army
30 6 To dwell in the cliffs of the valleys
38. 19 Where(is).the way (where) light dwelleth?
39. 28 She dwelleth and abideth on the rock
Psa. 15. i who shall dwell in thy holy hill?
37. 3 (so) shalt thou dwell in the land, and
37. 27 and do good ; and dwell for evermore
37. 29 inherit the land, and dwell therein for
65. 4 (that) he may dwell in thy courts
68. 6 but the rebellious dwell in a dry (land)
68. 16 yea, the LORD will dwell (in it) for ever
68. 18 that the LORD God might dwell (among
69. 36 they that love his name shall dwell
74. 2 this mount Zion, wherein thou hast dwelt
85. 9 that glory may dwell in our land
94. 17 my soul had almost dwelt in silence
120. 5 Woe. .(that) I dwell in the tentsof Kedar!
120. 6 My soul hath long dwelt with him that
135. 21 Blessed be the LORD, .which dwelleth at
139. 9 dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea
I"rov. i. 33 hearkeneth unto me shall dwell safely
2. 21 the upright shall dwell in the land, and
8. 11 1 wisdom dwell with prudence, nnd find
Isa. 8. 1 8 LORD of hosts, which dwelleth in mount Z.
13. 20 neither shall it be dwelt in from genera.
13. 21 owls shall dwell there, and satyrs shall
26. 19 Awake and sing, ye that dwell in dust
32. 16 judgment shall dwell in the wilderness
33. 5 The LORD is exalted ; for he dwelleth on
33. 16 He shall dwell on high : his place of
34. 1 1 the owl also and the raven shall dwell
34. 17 generation to generation shall they dwell
57. 15 I dwell in the high and holy (place), with
65. 9 and my servants shall dwell there
Jer. 23. 6 In his days .. Israel shall dwell safely
25. 24 mingled people that dwell in the desert
33. 16 those days. .Jerusalem shall dwell safely
48. 28 leave the cities, and dwell in the rock
49. 16 that dwellest in the clefts of the rock
49. 31 neither gates nor bars, (which) dwell
51. 130 thou that dwellest upon many waters
Eze. 17. 23 under it shall dwell all fowl of every
17. 23 shadow of the branches .. shall they dwell
43. 7 where I will dwell in the midst of the
43. 9 will dwell in the midst of them for ever
Joel 3. 17 I (am) the LORD your God dwelling in
3. ai for the LORD dwelleth in Zion
Obad. 3 that dwellest in the clefts of the rock
o thou shalt dwell in the fleld, and thou
4 which dwell solitarily (in) the wood
8 thy nobles shall dwell (in the dust): thy
Mic. 4-
Nah. 3.
Zech. 2. o T will dwell in the midst of thee, saith
_ i I will dwell in the midst of thee
8. 3 and will dwell in the midst of Jerusalem
8. 8 shall dwell in the midst of Jerusalem
10. To cause to t tbernacle, pp> shaken, 5.
Judg. 8. 1 1 by the way of them that dwelt in tents
Job ii. 14 let not wickedness dwell in thy tabernacle
DWELL
11.7*0 dwell, KfV shere.
Dan. 2. 22 and the light dwelleth with him
12. To sit down, Ka.dr)fj.a.i kathfmai.
Luke 21. 35 that dwell on the face of the whole earth
13.7*0 settle dmcn, KaroiKfu katoikeo.
Matt. 2. 23 came and dwelt in a city called Nazareth
4. 13 he came and dwelt in Capernaum, which
12. 45 and they enter in and dwell there
l.uki-i i. 26 and they enter in, and dwell there
13. 4 above all men that dwelt in Jerusalem?
Acts i. 20 be desolate, and let no man dwell there.
2. 5 there were dwelling at Jerusalem Jews
7. 2 Mesopotamia, before he dwelt in C harran
7. 4 Then came he out. .and dwelt in Charruit
7. 4 into this land, wherein ye now dwel!
7. 48 the Most High dwelleth not in temples
9. 22 confounded the Jews which dwelt at D.
ii. 29 unto the brethren which dwelt iu Judiea
13. 27 they that dwell at Jerusalem, and their
17. 24 God. .dwelleth not in temples made with.
17. 26 for to dwell on all the face of the earth
22. 12 good report of all the Jews which dwelt
Eph. 3. 17 Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith
Col. i. 19 that in him should all fulness dwell
2. 9 For in him dwelleth all the fulness of
Heb. ii. 9 dwelling in tabernacles with Isaac aud J.
Jas. 4. 5 The spirit that [dwelleth] in us 2 Pe. 3. 13.
Rev. 2. 13 where thou dwellest. .where Satan dwel.
3. 10 to try them that dwell upon the earth
6. 10 avenge our blood on them that dwell on
ii. 10 they that dwell upon the earth shall rej.
1 1 . 10 two prophets tormented them that dwelt
13. 8 all that dwell upon the earth shall
13. 12 the earth and them that dwell therein
13. 14, 14 them that dwell on the earth
14. 6 to preach unto [them that dwell) on the
17. 8 they that dwell on the earth shall wonder
14.7*0 remain, jucVw meno.
John i. 38 They said unto him. .Where dwelle-t th 1
i. 39 They came and saw where he dwelt
6. 56 He that eateth my flesh, .dwelleth in me
14. 10 the Father that dwelleth in me, he doeth
14. 17 he dwelleth with you, and shall be in
Acts 28. 16 Paul was suffered to dwell by himself
28. 30 Paul dwelt two whole years in his own
1 Jo. 3. 17 how dwelleth the love of God in him ?
3. 24 And he that keepeth. .dwelleth in him
4. 12 God dwelleth in us, aud his love is pert.
4. 13 Hereby know we that we dwell in him
4. 15 God dwelleth iu him, and he in God
4. 16 he that dwelleth in love dwelleth in God
2 Jo. 2 For the truth s sake, which dwelleMi in
15.7*0 use or have a house, OIKCW oikeo.
Rom. 7. 17, 20 no more I. .but sin that dwelleth in
7. 1 8 I know that in me. .dwelleth no good
8. 9 if so be that the Spirit of God dwell in
8. ii But if the Spirit of him. .dwell in you
i Co. 3. 16 (that) the Spirit of God dwelleth in you?
7. 12 and she be pleased to dwell with him
7. 13 and if he be pleased to dwell with her
1 Ti. 6. 1 6 dwelling in the light which no man can
16.7*0 tent, tabernacle, ffKi\v6ta skenoS.
John i. 14 the Word was made flesh, and dwelt
Rev. 7. 15 he that sitteth on the throne shall dwell
12. 12 rejoice, (ye) heavens, and ye that dwell
13. 6 to blaspheme . . them that dwell in heaven
21. 3 he will dwell with them, aud they shall
DWELL, to cause to
1.7*0 cause to sit down or still, 3p; yashab, 5.
2 Ch. 8. 2 caused the children of Israel to dwell
Jer. 32. 37 aud I will cause them to dwell safely
Eze. 36. 33 I will also cause (you) to dwell in the
2. 7*o make to tabernacle, j3p shaken, 3.
Deuti2. ii choose to cause his name to dwell there
Jer. 7. 3 and I will cause you to dwell in this
7. 7 Then will I cause you to dwell in this
3.7*0 make to tabernacle, ]3V shekan. 3.
Ezra 6. 12 that hath caused his name to dwell there
DWELL among, to
7*o settle down among, tyKaroiKfw eflkatoikeo.
2 Pe. 2. 8 For that righteous man dwelling among
DWELL at, to
To settle down, xaroiKtw katoikeo.
Acts 2. 14 all (ye) that dwell at Jerusalem be this
9. 32 also to the saints which dwelt at Lydda
19. 17 the Jews and Greeks also dwelling at E.
DWELL in, to
I.A habitation, ^31, ^3] zebul
1 Ki. 8. 13 I have surely built, .an house to dw. in
2.A seat, 3(pa moshab.
Psa. 107. 4 wandered . . they found no city to dwell in
3. To be in a house, ivomfia ennikf i.
Rom. 8. ii by his spirit that dwelleth in you
2 Co. 6. 16 God hath said, I will dwell in them, and
Col. 3. 16 Let the word of Christ dwell in you
2 Ti. i. 5 which dwelt first in thy grandmother Lois
i. 14 keep by the Holy Ghost that dwelleth in
4.7*0 settle down, KaroiKfu ka.tnikfn.
Matt23. 21 sweareth. .by him that dwelleth therein
Acts 4. 16 manifest to all them that dwell in Jerus.
9. 35 all that dwelt at Lydda and Sarou saw
19. io all they which dwelt in Asia sjard the
DWELL
DWELL to make (to)
I. To cause to sit doion or still, IV, yashab, 5.
Gen. 47. 6 make thy father and brethren to dwell
Lev 23 43 that I made. .Israel to dwell iu booths
i Sa. 12. 8 and made them dwell in this place
Psa 4 8 thou, LORD, only maketh me dwell in
107 36 there he maketh the hungry to dwell
143 3 he hath made me to dwell in darkness
Hos. 12. 9 1. .will yet make thee to dwell in tabern.
2.7*0 make to tabernacle, J?^ shaken, 3.
Numi4. 30 which I sware to make you dwell therein
3. To cause to tabernacle, J?(? shaken, 5.
Psa. 78. 55 and made the tribes, .to dwell in their
DWELL round about, to
To dwell round about, irfpioiKta perimkeo.
Luke i. 65 fear came on all that dwelt round about
DWELL with, to
1. To dwell, SjJ zabal.
Gen. 30. 20 now will my husband dwell with me
2.70 dv;ell along luith, avvoitttw sunoikeO.
i Pe. 3. 7 Likewise, ye husbands, dwell with (them)
DWELLERS
l.Tb tabernacle, j:# shaken.
Isa. 1 8. 3 All ye. .dwellers on the earth, see ye
2.7*o settle down, Karomidi katoikeo.
Acts i. 19 it was known unto all the dwellers at
2. 9 Elamites, and the dwellers in Mesopo.
DWELLETH [See DWELL.]
Tabernacle, dwelling, j^a mishkan.
Psa. 26. 8 the place where thine honour dwelleth
DWELLING
1. Tent, jnk ohel.
Psa. 91. 10 shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling
^.Habitation, dwelling, *?:n, Sui zebul.
Psa. 49. 14 consume in the grave from their dwelling
3. 7*o sit down or still, 35*; yashab.
Gen. 25. 27 Jacob (was) a plain man, dwellingin tents
Num.2i. 15 that goeth down to the dwelling of Ar
i Ki. 8. 30, 39, 43, 49 hear thou in heaven thy dwell.
21. 8 the nobles that (were) in his city, dwelling
a Ki. 17. 25 it was at the beginning of their dwelling
3 Ch. 6. 2 and a place for thy dwelling for ever
6. 21 hear thou from thy dwelling place
6. 30 hear thou from heaven thy dwelling place
6. 33, 39 hear thou from, .thy dwelling place
Jer. 46. 19 thou daughter dwelling in Egypt
4. Place of sojourn, "fiyomagur.
Job 1 8. 19 nor any remaining in his dwellings
Psa. 55. 15 for wickedness (is) in their dwellings
5. Place of dwelling, nnp medor.
Dan. 4. 25, 32 thy dwelling shall be with the beasts
5. 21 his dwelling (was) with the wild asses
. Dwelling-place, Tip medar.
Dan. 2. ii. except the gods, whose dwelling is not
1.A seat, sitting, dwelling, s^iD moshab.
Gen. 10. 30 And their dwelling was from Mesha
27. 39 thy dwelling shall be the fatness of the
Exod 10. 23 children of Israel had light in their d.
Lev. 3. 17 a perpetual statute, .throughout, .yourd.
7. 26 of fowl, or of beast, in any of your dwell.
23. 3 sabbath of the LORD in all your dwellings
23. 14, 21, 31 a statute for ever, .in all your d.
25. 29 if a man sell a dwelling house in a walled
Kumjs. 29 shall be for a statute, .in all your dwell.
Eze. 48. 15 be a profane (place) for the city, for dwel.
8 Habitation, pi *? maon.
Jer 49. 33 Hazor shall be a dwelling for dragons
]Sah. 2. ii Where (is) the dwelling of the lions
Zeph 3. 7 so their dwelling should not be cut off
9. Tabernacle, |?;?P mishkan.
Job 18. 21 Surely such (are) the dwellings of the
21. 28 where (are) the dwelling places of the
39. 6 I have made, .the barren land his dwell.
Psa. 87. 2 more than all the dwellings of Jacob
Isa. 32. 18 my people shall dwell . . in sure d\ellings
Jer. 9. 19 because our dwellings have cast (ns) out
Eze. 25. 4 they shall . .make their dwellings in thee
10. Home, habitation, fold, nil naveh.
Prov 21. 20 and oil in the dwelling of the wise
24. 15 against the dwelling of the righteous
Zeph. 2. 6 And the sea coast shall be dwellings
II. X settled house or dwelling, KaToiKTjtm katoikes.
Mark 5. 3 Who had (his) dwelling among the tombs
DWELLING place
1. Tent, rnk ohel.
Job s! 22 the dwelling place of the wicked shall
Psa. 52. 5 pluck thee out of (thy) dwelling place
2. A seat, 3^0 moshab.
Num. 24. 21 Strong is thy dwelling place, and thou
i Ch. 6. 54 Now these (are) their dwelling places
Eze. 6. 6 In all your dwelling places the cities
37. 23 will save them out of all their dwellingp.
Z.Fixed plate, paa makon.
Isa. 4. 5 LORD will create upon every dwelling p.
18. 4 I will consider in my dwelling place like
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4. Habitation, pj ij maon.
i Ch. 30. 27 prayer came (up) to his holy dwelling p.
36. 15 he had compassion., on his dwelling place
Psa. 90. i LORD, thou hast been our dwelling place
Jer. 51. 37 Babylon shall become, .a dwelling place
5. Habitation, nj iyp meonah.
Psa. 76. 2 tabernacle, and his dwelling place in Zion
6. Tabernacle, jj^a mishkan.
i Ch. 6. 32 they ministered before the dwelling place
Psa. 49. ii (and) their dwelling places to all genera.
74. 7 they have defiled, .the dwelling place
Jer. 30. 18 I will . . have mercy on his dwelling places
51. 30 they have burned her dwelling places
Hab. i. 6 march.. to possess the dwelling places
7.Home, habitation, fold, ni) naveh.
Psa. 79. 7 they have . . laid waste his dwelling place
DWELLING place, to have no certain
7*o be unsettled, aarareta-astateo.
1 Co. 4. ii buffeted, and have no certain dwelling p.
DWELT in, to be
To tabernacle, ]?(? shaken.
Jer. 50. 39 neither shall it be dwelt in from genera.
DWELT in (that); or wherein they dwelt
Sitting, seat, sitter, 35;io moshab.
Numai. 10 burnt all their cities wherein they dwelt
2 Sa. 9. 12 all that dwelt in the house of Ziba (were)
DYED
Leavened, brightened, fpn chattels.
Isa. 63. i Who is this that cometh. .with dyed gar.
DYED attire
Turbans, dyed attire, D ^ap tebulim.
Eze. 23. 15 exceeding in dyed attire upon their heads
DYED red, to b
7*o be made red, DIN adam, 4.
Exod25. 5 rams skins dyed red, and badgers skins
26. 14 cov. for the tent (of) rams skins dyed red
35. 7 rams skins dyed red, and badgers skins
36. 19 cov. for the tent (of) rams skins dyed red
39. 34 And the covering of rams skins dyed red
DYING
A putting to death, vfKptatris nekrosis.
2 Co. 4. 10 bearing about in the body the dying of
DYING, to be or lie a
7*o die off, airo8vi]<TK<i> apothnesko.
Luke 8. 42 one only daughter, .and she lay a dying
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